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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 29, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published eve kit thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. You favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Stack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. $ 1 00 $2 00 8 3 00 85 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 0 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 rail column. 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. A 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 29, 1890. Number 22. Ltd pm s3 x h c a so if co c % 1�?� 1�?1 f x x a 5 1 no. 6. 5 a . Chi Snag la 1-h cd i a Ltd Ltd no. 4. S 5 5 s c31coxn 1 a a r go 55 a a it . O 02 a Cleveland a Peninsula. Akron. A Val a Jet la c w �?�4�? in 0 is 0 x. Of w s cult a it 57 0 0 a p c is x c 0 a a it 5 3 a a cd 0 a a a a 1 x x a 35 Cut new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday May 20, 1800. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5, Coo new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advance1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect nov. 10 trains depart from Alliance As follows Central Lime going West no. 1. Fast line. T 2-30 9. Chicago express. 10-20 11. Mail. T 9-20 3. Mail express. 4-5o p in going East no. V. Fast line 3-45 14. Accommodation 0-30 4. Mail. 3-10 10. Fast express. 110-30 20. Day express. Tlo-30 6. Alliance accommodation 2-45 trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a a 12-45 a a and 2-40 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at�?~j-50 m. 4-30 and 8-00 . Notko no. 3 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running trains apply to the ticket agent Alliance Ohio. Jaily. Daily except sunday. Daily except monday. A a a. Fold. General pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. A by remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A i address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Editorial notes. To Morrow will be decoration Day. The Case s. W. Mercer is. G. W. Miskimen Newcomerstown for damages in the Sale a Patent regulator for Grain drills occupied the court for several Days the past week. Monday evening the jury brought in a verdict $1,612 in favor the plaintiff. Democratic county convention. The p. C. Amp St. Louis railway. Pan ii Andle route. Schedule taking effect nov. 10, 1890. Going West. Trains depart from the 1. C. So St. Louis depot Uli Richville Junction As follows express. Accommodation express. Express. Going East. Express. Express. Express. Accommodation. 11-05 5-20 12-15 a in 3-53 2-45 a in 11-05 2-40 8-15 the democratic county convention Tuscarawas county Ohio., will be held in the opera House at new Philadelphia Ohio saturday. June 7th, 1890, for the purpose placing in nomination candidates for the following named offices one judge the probate court. One clerk court common pleas. One county reorder. One prosecuting attorney. One county commissioner. One county Surveyor. One infirmary director. One Coroner. Also for the purpose selecting delegates to the state congressional and judicial conventions. The following is a list the number delegates to which each township and voting precinct is entitled to be represented by in said convention townships. Delegates. Auburn. 7 Bucks. 9 Clay. C Dover. 20 Fairfield. 5 Franklin. 6 Cohen a precinct no. 15 no. 211 no. 311 a a. Quot no. 4 3 Jefferson. 9 Lawrence. 8 Mill precinct no. 14 no. 2. 4 no. 3. 5 a Dennison precinct. 12 Oxford. La Perry. 5 Rush. 4 Salem. To Sandy. 8 sugar Creek. 11 Union. 1 Warren. 4 Warwick. I Washington. 5 Wayne. 8 York. 8 every Day. Central time except sunday. Through coaches from Uli Richville Junction to Pittsburg , Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trains East and West. For time tables rates fare through tickets and further information regarding t he running trains apply to ticket agent Uhri ohs Ville Junction Ohio. E. A. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect nov. 10, 1889. Going East. Stations. A a All. I express 1 local. Leak 1 new Philadelphia g 25 a.111. 2 00 . 1 00 canal Dover. G 45 a a 210 a a 130 a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 2 31 a a Magnolia. 800 a a 2 4g 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 a a 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 old a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 0g a a 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 45 Quot arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3.55 a a Alliance. 1005 a a 4 25 a a. Cleveland. 1250 . G35 a a Wellsville. 1215 a a j 4 50 a a Bellaire. 4 50 a a 1 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 25 a a i 7 00 a a 1the supreme court the United states Lias declared the Minnesota Law requiring that All fresh meats sold in the state shall be Cut from animals slaughtered within the state and inspected two Enty four hours before Slaughter unconstitutional. The court holds that it interferes with and burdens Commerce and therefore in conflict with the Constitution. This is a Victory Tor the dressed beef Armour can go with his business. Ross Quay intends to Placo a corruption Lund 8100,000 in Ohio to carry the congressional delegation. He thinks Mckinley can win in the 16th District he Mckinley having already concluded to be a candidate. Quay thinks that Charley Foster can buy his Way through in the 8th District with the Aid eight ten thousand dollars. Republicans under Quay expect to buy their Way from funds raised by the trusts and other protected leeching concerns which seem to be the life that g. O. P. Why we cannot have free coinage Gold and Silver is a query we can not answer unless it be that the Money Kings the Money Center like new York own our legislators. Who Ever heard Gold and Silver the recognized Money the world Over being too plenty it surely can never depreciate and if it causes lower rates interest it will be All the better for the poorer classes. It matters not what tie production is let it be coined and let Uncle Sam endorse it and it will be Good. Our congressmen should favor it if they would do their constituents an everlasting favor. Will the Day Ever come when class legislation will end. The weeks doings. The times Only one Dollar a year. Four new houses Are in course construction West fair St. Of memorial Day program. Order services Friday May 30 personal mention. Total. .201 by order the democratic executive com. Jacob a. Horn chairman. Ii. Ii. Schev Secretary. Demo crate congressional convention. Fourteenth District. Going West. The democratic voters the fourteenth congressional District Ohio composed the counties Coshocton Licking Muski Ngum and Tuscarawas Aro Herby notified that the democratic congressional convention said District will be held at Zanesville tuesday june 17th, 1890, for the purpose nominating the democratic candidate for member Congress in this District. The basis representation to which each the said counties shall be entitled to delegates is the following ratio one Delegate for each 100 votes cast for James e. Campbell for Govener at the state election in november 1889, and an additional Delegate for each remainder fifty More votes so cast. The several counties will be entitled to. The following number delegates in a did convention respectively to wit in the 16th congressional District composed Holmes Wayne Stark and Medina counties judge w. Stil Well is spoken As an available candidate and Well qualified to represent the Tariff Reform views the District. It is conceded that an Able Man should fill Mckinley a place. Judge Stilwell a ability As an orator and his deep and Well defined ideas the Tariff question Are qualifications that should not be overlooked. His speech 011 the Tariff question in this City about two years ago pleased the people and won him hosts friends. His services in the interest the party Are worthy recognition and we sincerely Hope the judge will be nominated. . Muski Ngum Tuscarawas. Basis. 3402 59 155i94 5251 Del. 34 59 go 53 total. 200 by order the democratic congressional committee the fourteenth District. J. T. Irvine. Cd n. J. 11. Newton Sec a. Stations. Mail i express local. Leave 1 Pittsburgh. 6 10 . 12 45 . Bellaire. Wellsville. 4 40 10 10 8 15 2 40 Cleveland. 8 00 1 05 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bavard. 10 55 4 15 7 10 a.111 Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 11 12 4 3o 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 35 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 11 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 10 g 00 10 40 arrive 11 00 new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare etc., apply to j. F. Milar agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Sep11 Wood e. A. Ford. Or. Douglass Newcomerstown gave our Sanctum a Call last week. He Hopes the people will remember him convention Day. Now that we have demonstrated beyond a doubt that we have As Good fire Clay near the corporate limits new Philadelphia As any in the state and that there is a vein excellent Coal top the Clay so that both can be mined easily the town is prepared to offer an inducement to any responsible parties who will construct works for making tile sewer pipe tire Clay Brick. A Liberal sum will be Given which would justify any one starting quite extensive works. Those who Are interested in this class manufacturing would do Well to come and investigate. There is no better location anywhere in the state where first class Clay and Coal can be had together. The Council and improvement committee solicit correspondence at once. Mayor Crater Newcomerstown spent a Day two in this City last week buzzing the boys politics. He always wears a smile. By All Means let the democrats select Cleveland As the place to hold the state convention. That City has excellent r. And hotel facilities and the Best place Jose general manager. Pittsburgh a. Gen. Pas. Age to Cleveland and Marietta Ray. In effect May ii 1890. Going South. Stations going North. No. 5. I no. 3. No. 1 j w no. 4 500pm 1115am .1 Cleveland. 236 pm 012 i230pu Akron. 114 g58 128 pm Canton. 1223 1 0 745 am i Edo. 020 745 210 Laval pc a 11.�vvx 7 h pm 805 815 253 303 540. 1550 f555 anal Oyer Turners. 11l lid 1 to >25 20 309 it tack band. 11c6 020 825 315 too Philipsburg 11 h r,q.5 s3g 813 327 011 wolfs. 1047 002 337 020 comr town pro 555r 852 347 630 Post boy. 1029 j 2 15 858 354 037 Guernsey. 1022 538 9 13 359 042 Kimbolton. 1017 5 53 912 4 9 651 Millers. 1008 523 819 41g 658 Oldham a. 1001 51 925 425 702 Cambridge. 955 510 441 454 724 Byersville 932 453 737 it pleasant 919 44t .500 743 Glen Wood. 913 433 500 749 Ava. 107 427 510 759 Belle Valley 853 418 520 s09 Caldwell. 848 408 ,533 815 Dudley. 833 .158 540 821 South Olive 8712 352 545 827 Dexter City 827 347 552 834 Marksburg o20 340 559 841 Elba. 81. 332 i 012 853 Warner. 759 318 022 903 Whipple. 849 308 253i 037 918 Stanley. 733 043 924 Cay Wood. 727 247j 700 940 Marietta. 710 2301 1043 1 la Parks by to pm �?�t4 140 pm the Mckinley Bill did pass the House but it is claimed it will be abandoned in the Senate and a substitute for the same introduced. It is to be hoped that it will be forever buried by the Senate. Governor Campbell has appointed a commission for the purpose locating a new epileptic Asylum in the state under the provisions made by the legislature. Several towns Are urging their claims for its location. Last week a joint committee new Philadelphia and canal Dover citizens was appointed to present the joint claims the two towns for the location it Midway Between the towns. George crites was appointed Secretary who will enter into correspondence with the members the commission and have them visit the towns and View the location. We believe we can give As Good a location As any town in the state and see no reason Why Tuscarawas county can not have it. The valuation Goshen townships personal property is $600,297. Or. John Williams addressed the y. C. Association Sabbath afternoon last. Lightning struck the tenant House Daniel i Hoopengarner saturday morning and burned it Down loss $600. Memorial services were held in music Hall Sabbath Forenoon. The services were conducted by Rev. Simons. The pipe works caught fire from the cupola one Day last week but was subdued before much damage was done. The suit Lydia Whitmire against Alfred c. Demmith Uhrichsville has been compromised and fully settled. Married april 20th 1890, by Rev. Noll Ragersville Ohio . Robert Wyss and miss Regina m. Coppersmith. The Corner Stone for a new lutheran Church will be Laid at canal Dover next Sabbath. Rev. Simon this City will officiate. Carlton voted tile and sewer pipe works tuesday. They offer $10,000 As an inducement to some one to build works there. On memorial Day May 30th, 1890, the new Philadelphia Post office will be open from 7 to 8 30 a. M., and from 5 to g p. The new Philadelphia water company have been draining off the water from the Reservoir for the purpose cleaning same and tilling with fresh water. The High Waters overflowed a part the town Sherrodsville last week causing considerable inconvenience and damaging carpets and household goods. Get your Sale rills printed at the times office and receive a free local notice that goes All Over the county and among the Farmers. Thursday last Frank Stowe and marshal Sweeny removed the old town pump from the Lawn Public Square and covered Over the Well and improved the Lawn thereby. The Young menus Christian association have just put up a Beautiful sign in front their rooms in the Kaderly Block. The y. C. A. Seen to be do ing much Good. Do you advertise in the times it has a bonafide circulation sixty quires now. Remember a paper with a Large circulation will do you More Good than one with half As Many. Arthur Lensel son Simon Lensel while his Way Home saturday night was knocked Down and severely stunned by lightning. He was carried Home unconscious. We had quite an electric storm in this Vicinity saturday night about ten clock accompanied by some Hail. The rain continues each Day so that there is no Chance to Plant Corn yet. Lightning struck the barn occupied by . Snider Rev. Ilm Geleyn Slot seventh Street saturday night shattering one end the barn but not firing it. His cow was in the barn but was not Hurt. The Garfield Monument dedication at Cleveland decoration Day will be attended by president Harrison and his Cabinet besides other prominent men. Reduced rates via the Pennsylvania lines. See notice in this paper. 2iw2 . Robert Wyss assessor sugar Creek township was kind enough to give us an abstract the taxable personal property his township which we publish in this Issue. We would be glad to receive like reports from others. Done to Stop. Flag stations. Trains no. 2 and no. 5 run daily and carry through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore and Washington. Through coaches trains no. 2, 3, and 5 Between Marietta Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with cd. Amp b., t. It pc C. Sex. By., z to. R., and Ohio River packet at Cambridge with Amp East Ami West at Newcomerstown with 1�?T,c. A it l. East and West canal Dover with c. L. Ltd w. And 0. Amp p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. So l. F. And Valley by. W k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. The Republican state committee chose sex governor Foraker to be temporary chairman the Republican state convention to be held in Cleveland july 16th. This will bring fora Ker face to face with his political enemies his own party. He will doubtless even up with Sherman. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises Gores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Saf action Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller 3r sen. 6j2 the supreme court the United states has lately rendered three decisions great interest to the the Iowa prohibition Law first got the Quot Black next came the mormon Church property confiscation held valid and now the Law in opposition to dressed beef from other states has been punctured and rendered null Aud void. Now if they could Only Down the trusts the supreme court a a the United states a Ovid attract some attention. The supreme court the United states has rendered a decision in the Case going up from Utah in which it was decided that the act Congress known As the Edmunds anti polygamy Law was constitutional and valid. This Law dissolved the Morman Church corporation annulled its charter directed the appointment a receiver to wind up its business affairs and Esche ated to the United states All the real estate owned by the Church in excess $250,-000, which was not the Date the passage the act held for the purpose worship burial. The United states begun proceedings to confiscate $750,-000 Worth property belonging to the Church. The mormons contested the ground unconstitutionality and carried the Case to the United states supreme court. This is a hard blow to mormonism. Justices Fuller Lamar and Field dissented. The Saloon keepers Iowa since the supreme court the United states has decided the prohibition Law that state unconstitutional Are opening up their places and becoming agents for wholesale firms out the state to handle the original packages. The Saloon keeper takes the order sends it to the shipper and then receives the goods in the original package and then delivers it to the purchaser. His Salop serves the purpose a storage House the 19th inst the democracy Licking county at their annal convention unanimously adopted the Resolution endorsing Hon. James w. Owens for a second term As congressman from this District. The Newark advocate says that the adoption that Resolution was not the work politicians in his special interest but it was the spontaneous expression the real sentiment the democratic people. We Aro glad that the democracy Licking have so enthusiastically endorsed Captain Owens. It is right to give him his second term. It would not be Good democracy nor even Good policy for any other aspirant to appear in the Field at thi3 tin we feel confident that the democrats old Tuscarawas Aro willing to concede his nomination first because precedent second because he merits his second term ground has been broken North Roadway for two More new houses messes. Wilhelmi and . Gribble have begun the construction a Fine House each. Many other new houses Are the Way and the town Lias a decided building Boom. Let the Good work go . Roth planing Mills Are running full Force and our mechanics Are All Busy. Messes. Byron Hendershot and Joseph Lytle Are census enumerators and request that All persons give the necessary information unhesitatingly. Some questions see m to be prying into private business too much but they can to help it. They Are sworn officers and dare not make Public any information. A splendid dwelling property for Sale a lot 66x264 feet. Good dwelling eight rooms two Halls slate and tin roof Good cellar Good out Kitchen barn buggy shed Corn crib etc., and a splendid variety fruit. Everything for a pleasant Home and one the Best streets in the town. Call s. Moore real estate agent new Philadelphia. 9tf . John Maughiman Fairfield township wan seriously Hurt saturday evening last. He was Riding a Colt and carrying a Corn planter when the animal soared throwing . Maughiman off against the Fence breaking both Bones the left leg three inches below the knee. He is a Man 70 years old which will make recovery slow. The 29th annual convention the Tuscarawas county sunday school Union will be held at Newcomerstown tuesday wednesday and thursday june 17th, 18th and 19th. The program will be ready Lor distribution next week. The indications Are encouraging for a Large and interesting meeting the sunday school workers our co my and All who can should arrange to be present. The people Newcomerstown will gladly and hospitably entertain All who attend. Procession. New Philadelphia brass band. Firing squad. Andrew Crawford Post. Steven Wilson Camp s. Of v., and All other organizations will meet in the Public Square at 1 30 clock . The procession will move under the management colonel P. Taylor and past Post commander George w. Bowers at 2 clock p. M., Over the following route North Broadway to fair Street West fair to sixth Street South sixth to High Street where the children from the Home will join the procession with the drum corps then Forward East High Street to Eagle Hall where the procession will be join a by the children from our Union school then Forward East to second Street thence North second Street to cemetery column will halt and Gate open order children to March Forward into the cemetery where the following services will be observed by the children strewing Flowers soldiers Graves under the direction comrades Wra. F. Neely Undy divine w. Ii. Ray and James m. Hummell. Immediately after the children March in the columns will close and Forward March to cemetery building and take their position in front the orators stand where the Public memorial services the g. A. Will be held including the oration by Rev. John w. Toland. After which services will be held at soldiers lot then return to Public Square and be dismissed. Should the weather be inclement the services will be held in the opera House. G. A. Committee. Thursday last Henry Stiller threw David Raiff from his Sycicle As he was passing in front Godfrey Schoche a damaging the Sycicle and slightly hurting . Raiff. Raiff tiled an affidavit against stiffer charging assault and Battery whereupon Stiller was fined $10 and costs. Or. Still Era a antipathy to the Sycicle comes from some one running against him the sidewalk. He has Ever since been dumping the boys from their wheels when they came near him. The supreme court has decided that a Sycicle is a vehicle and that being so corporations could prohibit by ordinance their use the sidewalks. This City having no ordinance to that effect and while that is the Case they cannot be prohibited. Or. Stiffer was wrong in his course for two reasons first he endangers the life and limbs the rider by throwing them and secondly he cannot enforce what he claims should be a Law in the absence it and even then it cannot be legally done by Force. Byci leists should be very careful when Riding the sidewalks. We would say for . Raiff that he is a very careful and peaceable Man. Some Are agitating the passage an ordinance to prevent them travelling the sidewalks. A new order the Iron Hall was organized in the a. O. Of u. W. Hall thursday evening May 22, 1890, with thirty four charter members. The following officers were elected Junior Post Justice a John deafen Bacher. Chief Justice i. A. Correll. Vice Justice a. G. Boon. . Hathaway. Cashiers a. V. Smith. Herald a. G. Diefenbacher. Adjuster a. G. Webster. Pro Date a. . Watchman Charles Eckert. Vedette a. E. Davis. Medical examiner . J. S. Spence. Trustees a. A. Davis John Eckert a. A. Stermer. The Lodge was instituted by a. B. Lee Wooster i. S. J. Half rate excursions to Caldwell o., the Cleveland and Marietta ry., june 12th and 13th. Grand reunion the old veterans at the old Camp grounds at Caldwell. The following Well known speakers will be there Gen. Aiger gov. Campbell Gen. Dowling Gen. Rusk mrs. John a. Logan and Many others. Tickets will be Good returning until june 14th. For further information see Small Bills apply to any agent the c. Amp m. By. Silas merchant wednesday last. Went to Cleveland . We. Lash sex commissioner was in town saturday. Mrs. Miller Lowville is visiting her aunt mrs. Peter Dick. N. C. Beechy p. Of Sugarcreek was among our callers last week. Mrs. F. Richardson canal Dover visited in this City last week. Mrs. Trout Orrville spent several Days with her Friend mrs. Or. Knisely. T. B. Raiff the tobacco Man made a business trip to Uhrichsville yesterday. iss Keplinger Winfield was the guest mrs. Henry Bowers last week. Miss Fannie Slade port Washington attended examination saturday. Or. And mrs. Cody Cleveland Are visiting at the residence . Louis Jones. Mrs. D. Smith mrs. F. Richardson last week. Visited her aunt canal Dover our old Friend Henry Mosher Barnhill was circulating among his friends Here thursday. Rev. If. E. Cole Barnhill was among our callers saturday renewing his subscription for the coming year. Or. F. W. Neiderheiser and son Robert Mattoon iii., Are visiting relatives and friends at Blakes Mills. Close Barnhill school j important matters. Overton Dodd son Rev. Dodd returned from Omaha Nebraska last week. He has been in poor health and will remain at Home. Or. Jas. Wenger Superior wis., arrived saturday last a visit with his folks after an absence four years. He is engaged in the real estate business. The schools Barnhill closed last thursday May 22d, 1890, after a highly successful term seven Aud one half months. It is always an occasion great interest when scholars who have been pursuing a course education and training whether in the lower higher grades come to the close their school term and leave the institution learning in which their time has been spent for the Active pursuits How highly Gratifying to see those same scholars carry with them the evidence that they have faithfully attended and profited by the course instruction thus ended. Such was the close Tho Barnhill schools. The afternoon the 22d was happily spent. We were pleasingly entertained by songs declarations and Duetts Given by the school which were Well executed. Besides these there were addresses made by Rev. Ii. E. Cole John Kline a. W. Swihart and ovaries helter which were Well received and were interesting and appropriate for the occasion. We Are pleased to say that . G. W. Helter . F. I Hoopengarner and mrs. Florence thymes have taught As successful a term school Here As has been taught since our schools have had in existence. Two these teachers will be retained for the coming year. We also learn that miss Elsie Green has been secured for the coming year. The Hon. Directors Are to be commended for their Success in securing such Able and competent teachers As they have had the past term and will have the coming year. They should hold fast As Long As possible to that which is Good. The school building will be remodeler adding one More room. The schools will be superintended by . G. W. Helter. From tie Noble purpose and unfaltering courage and enthusiasm which . Helter has manifested in his shool during the past Winter we look Tor a successful school the coming year and to the time when the Barnhill school shall not be a reproach to any the schools our county. A visitor. Teachers excursion to St. Paul. The National educational association and Council education have decided to hold their next annual convention at St. Paul minn., july 4 to 11,1890. The meeting occurs at the most favourable season the year in a Cool and delightful climate and in a Region country possessed the greatest historic geologic and Scenic interests. Aside from the intellectual and social advantages the meeting itself All Are insured a pleasent vacation at Small expense. The committee appointed to arrange for the excursion the teachers from Ohio to St. Paul at the time the annual meeting the National association met at Alliance saturday March 8, and adopted the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway As the official route for the Ohio teachers going to St. Paul. It is the desire the state manager that superintendents and principals will co operate with the committee and try to induce As Many teachers and their friends As possible to join the excursion which has been arranged for by this line. For circulars giving full and detailed information address professor c. C. Davidson state manager Alliance 22 w 5 done to go off before you Are Heady thursday May 29th, the Cleveland and Marietta by., will run one their popular Low rate excursions to Cleveland. Tickets will be Good returning ail regular trains lip to and including june 2nd. Five Days in Cleveland and a Chance to attend the dedication the Garfield Monument and take a trip the Mako. Rates from canal Dover will be $2.25cts. For further information apply to any agent the c. Amp m. By. _ 21 w2 All candidates before the coming convention must Send in their names to the committee arrangements and printing before june 3rd, their names will not appear tickets published for the convention. Ii. Ii. Set leu j. W. Kinsey committee. A memorial address was delivered by Rev. Keyes at the m. E. Church sunday evening to a Large and appreciative audience who enjoyed a Rich treat. Mrs. Annie Blickens Derfer and miss Patrick Sang a Solo to the Delight All who were there. Many were turned away account seating capacity. Or. T. B. Raiff manufactures As Fine a Cigar As you can find any where. Just Call him at the old Post office rooms and try one. No cheap goods put off for first class. James Hummel is now prepared to Supply the Trade with machine made ice. It is pure and Nice for Domestic use. Call him when in want ice. There will be preaching every Sabbath morning and evening by the pastor Rev. Burke the Baptist Church. All Are cordially invited. Miss Inez Fishell entertained a number her Young friends Friday eve. Particularly a Long journey. Be fully prepared. You cannot be permit us to say unless you Are accompanied with the traveler a and tourists Vade Mecum Hostetter a stomach bitters most genial appetizers acclimatize is and promoters digestion. Against sea sickness malaria cramps and col is Begotten badly cooked unwholesome food and brackish water nervousness increased by travel chronic bilious Ness and constipation the bit ters is a Sovereign preventive. It Ini parts a relish for food not altogether to your taste and prevents it from disagreeing with you. Never was tier such a capital thing for the unfortunate dyspeptic who stands in dread the Best cooked meal. Stomachin trouble caused by ill prepared viands aboard ship steamboats and rations hastily bolted at railway restaurants is soon remedied by the bitters which gives a quietus also to rheumatism kidney troubles and insomnia. 40�?18w4 a National event. Garfield Monument dedication at Cleveland decoration Day account which the Pennsylvania company will sell excursion tickets to that City at greatly reduced rates. The occasion will be graced by the Provence president Harrison and his Cabinet besides other dignitaries state and National renown. Civic and military organizations from several states will participate in a Parade. In the evening will be a grand display fireworks including a statue fire fifty five feet High representing the martyred president. The event will be National interests and As such will attract a vast assemblage. Following Are the Low rates round trip rate. New Philadelphia. Canal Dover. Zoar. Mineral Point. Magnolia. Tickets will also be sold for regular trains afternoon the 29th, and will be Good returning any regular Frain until june 2d, inclusive. 21 w2 candidate announcements 2- 00 90 80 headquarter Andrew Crwford Post no. <1, g. A. It. Department Ohio new Philadelphia May 19, 1890. General order no. 3. In order that the Graves our dead comrades that Are buried in the old town cemetery May be suitably and appropriately decorated in the coming memorial Day it is Herby ordered that All members this Post that can conveniently attend meet at Post Headquarters at 8 30 a. In., 011 May 30th, 1890 thence to proceed to the aforesaid cemetery and in conjunction with the citizens and school children the Beautiful old town Valley strew Flowers Over the Graves the dead persons that Are there sleeping. By order i. A. Correll attest a. Ii. Ray adjutant. Editor times a please announce my name As a candidate for the office probate judge subject to the decision the county democratic convention. V. Ream Goshen. Editor announce my name As a candidate for probate judge subject to the decision the democratic county convention june 7th, 1890. Harvey Barnhill. Editor announce to the democrats Tuscarawas county that i will again ask for the nomination for probate j Edge at the coming convention. J. W. Mitchell Dover township. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate for probate judge subject to the decision the county democratic convention. Seth ii after a Lawrence. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate from Dover for the office county recorder at the coming convention subject to the wishes the democracy Tuscarawas county. Can speak the German language. John j. Jurrens. Editor times a please announce my name As a candidate from Goshen for the office county recorder at the coming convention subject to the wishes the democracy Tuscarawas county and oblige Hugh t. Minnis. Editor i Imes Mill township presents the name Jacob k11 Miner for recorder subject to the decision the nominating convention. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate from Sandy township for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7th, 1890. Charles Sattler. Editor times a please announce the name Frederick Reichenbach Ayne township As a candidate for the office county recorder subject to the wishes the democracy Tuscarawas county Ohio. Many democrats. V. Important work completed. From Bucks township. To the Many friends and readers the times in Tuscarawas county i wish to say a few words in regard to political facts we All know that Bucks township is one the most solid democratic townships in the county. We polled 261 votes november 1889, and out those we Only lost thirty two votes giving the democrats a plurality 229. Now where is there another township 11 the county that can show As Good figures As these now friends we think this an Honor to keep Down the republicans to such Small figures therefore we Are presenting a Man to the convention As a candidate for commissioner and a More True and solid Democrat cannot be found. Or. Hahn has cast his vote in Bucks township for thirty two years and never had a scratch upon it he has also worked at elections in favor voting straight democratic tickets. Friends Tuscarawas county remember that old Bucks Lias had but one county office in Over fifty years consider these facts and see if the county does not owe Bucks a Little Honor ? . Hahn cannot see everyone himself who will be a Delegate but remember him when you come to vote at the convention. Or. Hahn can speak both English and German and is pre eminently fitted for the office he is asking for. Remember your democratic Friend Bucks. From lower Stone Cheek. Or. F. Richanbach. Jr., Wayne township has just completed the platting Tuscarawas county for the decennial appraisement real estate. The investigations necessary to successfully perform this task gave that gentleman such a knowledge the titles to the lands the county As but few men have. An examination the maps 011 the Walls tie auditors office will convince any person that . Richanbach was entirely equal to the comp rated and extensive undertaking. The fact that he did it for a Low Price and did not shirk his duty adds Honor to the ability the Workman. Or. Reichenbach is a candidate for recorder and asks that the democracy Tuscarawas diligent inquire into his merits. Many democrats. Editor times the Many democratic friends . Frank Kelly desire that his name be announced As a Candi Nath from Goshen for the office county recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7, 1890. Many friends. Editor times please announce the name Captain Adam Miller As a candidate for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held at new Philadelphia saturday june 7th, 1890. Many citizens. Editor concluded to be a candidate for the nomination county recorder you will please announce my name subject to the decision the coming democratic county convention. John i. Mcgill Salem township. Drunkenness liquor habit. In All the editor times please announce my name As a candidate for tie office recorder subject to the decision the Denio cratic county convention to be held june 7th, 1890. S. L. Dougless Oxford township. Or world there is but one cure Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea 01 Coffee without the knowledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl editor announce my name As a candidate for the office county recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7th, 1890. I speak the German As Well As the English language. A. T. Myer Warwick township. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate for commissioner subject to the decision the county democratic convention june 7th, 1890. Frederick Glauser Goshen. Of a new discovery you have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You May yourself be one the Many who know from personal experience just How Good a thing it is. If you have Ever tried it you Are one its staunch friends because the wonderful thing about it is that when once Given a trial . Kings discovery Ever after holds a place in the House. If you have never used it and should be afflicted with a cough cold any Throat lung Chest trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time Money refunded. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. We learn that prof. Richardson Dundee has accepted the superintendency the Mineral Point schools for the coming year likewise that miss Hoffman new Phil a has accepted the Quot by primary miss Zimmer Newcomerstown the Quot a primary and miss Lillie Vankirk this place the intermediate department. Miss Kate m. Graham has been tendered the Quot by Grammer school and . A. B. Wingate new Cumberland the Quot a grammar. A Mineral Pointer hold it to the Light. Krons Are Busy sawing. Plenty rain and water. The Turner mines Are shut Down. Wheat and grass is looking Well. Work about this place is very Good. The gardens Are beginning to look very Well. The Anderman mines Are running almost every Day. Miss Emma Fisher is Home from College for a few Days. David Forney had a valuable dog killed the Railroad track the other Day. There is a new opening being made the Anderman farm and there will be a new incline. Or. Croxton this place is building some More houses and . Wilson is building one. Raney a mine is not running 011 account the switch being out repair but will soon Start up again. Homer Dotts this Placo who was married about a year ago has left his wife in a very bad condition without a cent. The cause is unknown. Ruck. The first step. Perhaps you Are run Down can to eat can to think can to do anything to your satisfaction and you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning you Are taking the first step into nervous prostration. You need a nerve tonic and 111 electric bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its Normal healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use this great nerve tonic and alterative. Your appetite returns Good digestion is restored and the liver and kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 50c., at f. C. Mil Ler amp songs drug store. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate for the office county Coroner from Dover township subject to the decision the county democratic convention june 7th, 1890. Joseph ii. Ebright. Editor announce my name As a candidate from Clay township for the office county recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7th,1890. W. A. Mcconnell Clay township. From port Washington. Mrs. John Greger and two daughters Denver Colorado Are visiting in this place. Mrs. J. C. Stone gave a Temperance lecture to a Large audience in the moravian Church last wednesday and thursday evenings. Mrs. A. Ii. Demuth was very seriously injured by falling Down a might stairs. At last accounts she was slowly recovering. Mrs. Amelia Lumbardy this place died at her Home last saturday. Rev. Ross new Philadelphia has been spending a few Days with his Many friends in this place. D. W. Mcginty. Forced to leave Homo. Over 50 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call at their druggists for a free trial package lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Call any druggist to Day for a free Sample this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Everyone likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. Loyl aka Verdam items chases Barley malt whisky aids digestion. Chases Barley malt whisky pure and Rich. Chases Barley malt whisky for weak lungs. Chases Barley malt whisky for purity. A. Bippus son sole agents for new Philadelphia. 19w4 editor announce my name As a candidate for infirmary director subject to the decision the democratic county convention. W. B. Brown it Goshen township. Editor times having concluded to be a candidate for the office recorder you will please announce my name subject to the decision the democratic convention june 7th. I am Able to speak and write both the English and German language. Philip h. Kuhn York township. Editor times please announce the name Frederick Meyer Goshen township As a candidate for recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Or. Meyer is thoroughly competent has always been a sound and Active Democrat Speaks both the English and the German languages fluently and his nomination would gratify hosts democrats. Editor announce my name As a candidate for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7th, 1890. Henry Hahn Bucks township. Receiving new Wall paper daily. Remember we keep up our Stock at All times in All grades from the cheapest to the Best. Our prices Are always the lowest. Wells drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. 19w4 the Man who tells you confidentially just what will cure your cold is prescribing Kempis Balsam this year. In the preparation this remarkable Medicine for coughs and colds no expense is spared to Combine Only the Best and purest ingredients. Hold a bottle Kempis Balsam to the Light and look through it notice the Bright Clear look then compare with other Price 50c. Aud $1. Sample bottles free. There has been no Corn planted yet our Valley Ona Counton wet weather. Kirk Arnold just finished sowing Oats saturday last. Gartrell says he has not finished sowing his yet. Jason Henderson is dealing in Stock and is a Good party to sell to. E. Waltz says that if it does not Stop raining soon he will Start out to preach the gospel. S. W. Rickets is to be married soon they say. It is rumoured that j. W. Ferris is going to move to Pike run. We know you. Editor times a please announce my name As a candidate for county recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7th, 1890. W. Crater Oxford township. Done to Purchase a reaper Binder Hay Rake without first calling w. A. Latto at his livery barn in Uli Richville agent for the celebrated Walter a. Wood machines the Best in the Market. See his and. On 4th Page. 14wl2 the lutheran mite society met at the residence w. B. Winch last Friday. Lunch and ice Cream were served and a very pleasant evening was spent. Messes. Flora amp Gintz inform us that they will pay Cash for Gensig. If you have any to dispose give them a Call. Editor times will you please announce the name Joseph l. Taylor As a candidate for the nomination county recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Or. J. L. Taylor has spent time and Money for the support the party a life Long Democrat and old school teacher 25 years a Man untarnished character and stands High politically and religiously and oblige Many friends far Sale. A thorough bred Short Horn Bull four years old perfectly gentle and weighs about 1,600 pounds. Will take $55. For information apply at times office. Of for Fine nine room House very convenient to Public Square. 22wg f. S. Romig Mclain Block

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