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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 6, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio % Ltd a a the new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing 01 every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicit d. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 yer 9 1 00 2 0 3 00 5 00 8 no a 2 00 5 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 f 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 40 00 s 5 0 15 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday november 6, 1890. Number 45. Cleveland and Marietta Ray. In effect sept. 28, 1890. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 5. No. 3. No. 1 no. 2 no. 4 500pm 1115am Cleveland. 230 pm. 612 1230pm Akron. 11460s 128 pm cantons 12231 k Oviedo. 620 730 230 Lay Al car 11,55a 530 pm 755 25.5 540 anal Dover 1128 706 805 305 f.550 Turners. 1117 5-5.5 810 31 i f>55 t600 ill Neckband. 1111 j 449 815 817 Philipsburg lit.5 143 326 7330 611 Wolf 8 boo 134 837 620 no motown 1043 420 817 860 t630 Post boy. 1032 506 854 359 057 Guernsey. 125 359 9 0 405 642 Kini Bolton 1019 353 .-60 415 651 Millers 10 9 343 317 u 2 ti�?~5s a Oldham a. L p2 336 92.5 48 a 707 an Bride. 9.25 3. 0 451 in Byersville or pleasant Pis a 9 511 "45 a a Ewoud. 912 7 9 517 751 via. 213 527 801 Belle valley5 �j-35.7 Oigt my is Aldwell. Dudley. 54 83-5 223 214 5.52 827 Loikith Oliv 3j7 2u7 832 Dexter it i to 821 202 too 819 Macks lurid o 3 154 514 847 Iba. 8 45 146 627 u 0 Arner. 751 133 637 910 v nipple. 64 123 652 4-u 5 a a Tanley. 21 138 <57 1 r Ivy by Vod. 71i 1103 1245 11055 pm. 715 4030 Marietta. La Parks by i 00 .155 new Philadelphia times. Tvs Roost of cows Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday november a 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 a done to Stop i i stations. Trains no. 2 and no. 5 run daily and carry through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore and Ashington. Through coaches on trains no. 2. 3, and o Between Marietta Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close c unctions made at Marietta with cd. Amp i�?T., t. A C. Sex. By., z a 0. It., and Ohio River Nickels at Cambridge with b. To. East and West at Newcomerstown with in a. A 1st. L East Ami West at Canul Dover with c. L. I a. And c a p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. A l. E. And Valley t y. A. T. Wilock. Gen manager. Yvo k Richards Gene a pass age to Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. K. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1890. Going East. Stations. I ail express local. Leave new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 go . 1 it 0 . Canal Dover. A it 3.5 a a 210 a a 1 it a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2 Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 2 15 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a �?~2 46 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. A a a 2 51 a a 31�7 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a a a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 90 a a 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3 55 a a Alliance. Loon a a 4 25 a a Cleveland 1250 . 6 35 a a Wells i lie. 1210 a a 4 50 a a Bella ire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 00 a a going West. Stations. Leave Pittsburgh. Bel lain. Yves Siville. Cleveland. Alliance. Bayard. Minerva. Oneida. In 12 Malvern. I it Waynesburg. 11 28 Magnolia ill 33 Mineral Point. 11 47ill o3 canal Dover. 12 10 pin arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains on the a great fort Wayne a touted running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare etc., apply to j . Get. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph Wood. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. A t Pittsburgh a. Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 3r trains depart from Alliance As follows on Central Lime no. 1. 9. 11. 3. No. 8. 14. 4. 10. 20. 6. Going West fast line. Chicago express. Mail. Mail express. Going East fast line. Accommodation. Mail. Fast express. Day express. Alliance accommodation. T 2-30 �?�10-20 t 9-20 4-50 3-45 6-30 a in 3-10 t 9-10 a in 10-30 p in 2-45 �5thk new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advance�?�1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.30 remittances should be sent by draft. Registered letter or Post Ofhie order to the id Diess of the proprietor. A address ail matter intended for publication to the times. We Dinday est Ning after the result of the tie i Ion was known Many democrats of our town including several republicans in company the band went to Dover to pay their respects to or. Mitchell the probate judge elect and to Greet the citizens generally of the town of Dover. The lady friends of mrs. Mitchell from the twin cities gathered in and gave her quite a Surprise in the evening and were present when Tho serenades arrived. The Street car train was loaded to the utmost extent. The Dover band met the delegation from Here on factory Street a procession was formed Ai d marched to tie residence of or. Mitch 11. After music by the bands or. Mitchell responded with a few appropriate Rem irks followed by several Olheis from each town. The cigars were passed and the usual greetings followed. The citizens of Dover turned out to swell the throng regardless of party for it was not a party greeting. The republicans of Dover and in fact All Over the county did Noble work to rebuke the Many Fale charges that had been made against Mitchell and we heartily thank them i Lor it. The train returned to West fair Street where the hand and crowd got off proceeded to the residence of or. Minnis the recorder and gave him a Hearty serenade. Prosecuting attorney Patrick and clerk Donahey were also remembered. While Victory perched on the democratic Banner All Over the United state., where expected and in Many places Vav Here not expected it came very near being a a wat Eiloo against us on part of or ticket m Tuscarawas county. Because of a feeling engendered by defeats in a i conventions several Democrat. Of g Sheri aided by a few in other , bolted the ticket. The republicans thus encouraged nominated their Mist popular Man for probate judge t it oppose Mitchell. They also nominated a. Popular Man Robert Galbraith of Trenton to oppose Minnis for recorder. Never was a Campaign waged harder by the republicans and never was so Many democrats under pay beating the Republican drum. The Quot Mckinley methods was duplicated in old Tuscarawas and came near being too much for air. Mitchell even with his party majority of 800. We owe the Victory to the republicans in a Large degree for had they not resented the false charges and scorned the methods used we would have lost the recorder and probate judge. Many thanks to them for their kindness. Mitchells majority for probate judge is 80, and m Innis recorder 07. The remainder of the ticket was elected with majorities ranging from 500 to 1000. The result of the Battle in Tuscarawas county. Ici Pilj Zb-q-x1 i3bllablb great democratic everywhere v and for the townships and precincts. Sec a state. Prob. Judge. Clrk of courts pros. Atty. Recorder. Com�?Tis9ioner i Surveyor. Inf. Director Coroner. I no Cromley a. Burry a. Donahey Streeter a. Mitchell a. 1 a oof Patrick i t to Minniss a. Birker. Miller a. X 1 0 3 52 ?1 a j a w Porter i. Downey a. Dickson a. Auburn. 51 175 110 113 54 j 173 5g 173 50 171 68 154 55 173 i 63 160 Bucks precinct no. 1 21 250 32 222 21 231 21 Zeta it 21 254 31 22 21 236 i 31 213 21 236 clan. 159 110 193 105 160 i 138 16 13 8 10&Quot 124 172 121 160 139 165 121 i Over. 454 647 of / 778 460 611 4 Gnu 617 497 601 400 642 452 648 476 no 4 469 631 Fairfield. 90 126 94 120 i 95 118 8 / 129 118 87 t a it a ill 89 91 124 i 103 j 112 91 125 f ran Al in. 90 169 93 165 102 j 156 104 155 99 157 108 147 102 157 104 154 101 156 Goshen pit cinch no. 1. 96 134 100 130 94 166 99. 125 99 125 88 142 92 136 98 124 96 134 a a a a no. A. 365 260 451 171 546 202 364 254 364 256 0�?0 0 0 24u 308 250 414 201 3-y3 270 no. 3. 253 280 354 180 231 508 220 318 292 257 i 200 261 275 j 318 214 249 287 a a a no. 4. 97 83 92 89 96 82 81 99 98 84 s7 7-> 93 87 96 84 98 82 Jefferson. 46 210 it 3 182 46 210 43 212 46 207 kit 199 46 210 47 211 46 208 Lawrence. 165 166 157 176 160 165 163 168 174 157 193 137 164 166 1 171 158 it >6 163 Mill or Cinet no. 1 210 96 197 122 209 103 214 101 244 73 215 98 215 96 i 200 109 215 97 no. 2 102 94 206 87 190 95 182 104 216 75 190 95 192 93 168 i l it 192 1 93 a a a no. 3. 192 117 191 113 191 11 187 118 222 87 189 121 194 114 1 164 143 192 115 Dennison precinct. 285 312 311 292 283 314 314 354 244 282 524 283 315 286 513 284 314 Oxford. 210 230 261 221 199 j 230 201 2o i 245 214 1 14 301 211 230 213 a Perry. 87 96 it 1 a i 83 74 105 86 96 81 100 90 93 87 96 90 it it 87 95 Rush. 100 99 119 81 100 99 100 99 113 83 103 92 101 98 107 98 101 Salem. 109 231 116 212 110 231 107 131 131 210 106 222 104 233 1 a 8 129 Sandy. 189 186 189 190 194 i 183 188 187 209 164 334 143 196 183 94 182sugarcreek. 76 240 140 172 76 243 70 257 68 247 .8 t 234 i i 214 78 1 235o f 4 i i i Union. 86 18 92 13 86 18 8g 17 92 14 it 16 84 19 84 18 j 86 18 Wai. 115 91 134 73 114 91 107 98 140 65 117 86 114 92 115 91 j 115 90 Warwick. 131 146 152 120 128 is 129 142 172 86 130 140 130 142 129 142 130 141 by Ashington. 54 104 i i 80 49 109 48 109 64 93 54 101 58 100 51 107 54 102 Vayne. 68 190 84 170 68 189 68 188 68 184 68 186 68 190 68 190 72 186 York. 51 212 1 103 156 48 214 48 215 43 204 66 188 56 1 210 56 a i 205 52 211 the official count give s majorities As follows Cromley 1056. Mitchell 8 0. Donahey 1180. Patrick 136s. Minnis 67. The majorities Given court of common pleas. Massachusetts and new Jersey democratic Here arc Correct taken from the official count but the figures in table May vary a Little. The weeks doings. The weeks doings. Notice to Hunters Ami trespassers. In a far off land Blakes Mills wants to move. Annex. Good last week brought us the first Snow of the season. Halloween night passed off very quietly As did some of the Little boys. Work on our �20,000 tile works has commenced. Our streets Are in a terrible condition. Who is to blame ? Routzen Heiser a store is adorned with a new and elegant sign. We the undersigned land owners of Oldtown Stone Creek Buckhorn and Fries Valley have found it necessary for Protection to our Stock and ourselves to publicly notify according to Law All persons that they Are forbidden to enter upon the lands of any of the undersigned parties for the purpose of Hunting or shooting. Any one found Hunting or trespassing on the lands of a poor old Man ruse is dead in exclaim the murderer after com citing san Francisco. Nov 2. A. Ii. Ruse of Lynch Burgh Ohio was shot and instantly killed at Winnemucca nev., by 11. W. Lewis. Ruse was 05 years of age. The two men had been quarrelling for some time and met in the old the Fred. Harder news of coming to Al. Getz had his face severely Burnt said Partie without permission will be i Corner Saloon an Eye witness to the a _ _ i a a at. R n a _ j _ i i. I Merit or Lollo the Olanna h it Tny if a a life in his coffin last week turned out at the rolling Mill monday evening to be a false statement. Sheriff Doeier and wife have been court adjourned thursday last until indisposed for a few Days with i Agrippa. November 10th. We learn that the up i m w Jenl. I a Quot a exx Sylvania elect8 democratic go error wife and son of j Edge Pierce Are ill. We were astonished to learn that j As. B. Gray forfeited his Bond of �500, several Days ago and broke for Canada. Jessie daughter of Charles Rausch died of cancer Friday last and was buried at Stone Creek aged live years. A gain of five democratic congressmen in new York. Giving one Hundred and Twenty democratic majority in the next House trains Luave Alliance for Niles Ami Youngstown at 5 a in 12-45 a in and 2-30 p in. Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at9-50 a a 4-30 and 8-00 pm. . 3 Lias Pullman Palace bleeping cars through to Chicago. ,.for time tides rates of fare through tickets and baggage Cheeks and further information regarding the running of trains apply to the ticket agent Alliance Ohio. A daily. Daily except sunday. Paily except monday. A a. Ford. General pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The p. C. Amp St. Louis railway a an Hani it be route. Schedule taking effect june 15,1890. Going West. Trains depart from the p. C. Amp St. Louis depot Uhrichsville Junction As follows. 11-05 a in. T 5-20 a m12-15 to 3-53 the times was delayed last week by the p. M. Objecting to it being circulated through the mails with a supplement in it. Both parties have sent supplements of like character and form without postage heretofore and we find them in our exchanges this week. It is claimed that the department has lately decided that supplements could not go without the name of the paper containing them was printed on the supplement. If this is True then the department should have Given notice. There is no doubt but what the party prompting the p. M. To do this was moved by a partisan feeling. But while it gave us trouble to re mail the papers it was a Benefit to the democratic ticket for it aroused the democrats. Mrs. Elia Fisher Ila per died sunday evening of child birth. Deceased was Twenty eight years of age she was interred tuesday last. James Scott and Sarah Jones both estimable Young people Here were made Man and wife sunday evening. We extend our wishes. Rev. Cook and wife of Steubenville were in our City thursday and Friday last. Called Here to officiate m the Schweitzer Snyder wedding. We learn that a tool and lathe company would like to locate Here. It is claimed to be a big institution. Lets get it and have a booming City. Election passed off quietly tuesday and we believe everybody will have to be satisfied. Henry Godfrey had one of his legs burned in the i Olling Mill at Dover last thursday night. Some Rascal Hung a Beer sign Over prof. A Laupert a door last Friday night. Bad sign sure. Canal Dover has a new drum corps and a salvation army. Must be a rare treat for Dover to have such a Good i army. We were fondly expecting that the new shoe factory would be a Quot go a but alas our Hopes Are blasted. A disagreement among the projectors of the j Plant is the cause of the failure. We can now try something else. We learn that George Harmon intends to sue the c. L. Amp w. Ray co. For prosecuted to the full extent of the Law b f Spring John Markley Richard e Keffer Charles Hoffman Jacob e Iti Eker John f Baker Benj sherrets Adam Figert s b Miller George swab Mikel Gass Harvey Thompson Sebulon Schrader Martin Moomaw Frances j troendly Charles Lenz Philip Leon Nard David g Moomaw Jas Forbes j Thomas Thompson John f lad Neh Eli w Miller Hiram Angel Daniel Krepps jr., Adam Froelich d Kohler John Laub Chrisenza but Hier Barney Wherry j Oseph m Filer Yum Lien Nock a Henry Haas Simon laymen Abraham Lorenze jr., Peter Mowl Melvin Miller. Jacob Amati John Figert John Gintz August Markel Fred Belize Jacob Hannon we Marburger j no Maurer jr., Henry j Wasem Alexander Finton Carl Golzman Solomon Kuhn Adam Brarden Christian lib ice Joseph Wolf Jacob Schupp Andrew Thompson n Melesc Amos Thompson a j Hawk Charles Rausch sr., Daniel Wherley Daniel Hawk Adam Brarden or. Peter Anderegg Lewis Buss Adam Deid Daniel sheets Adam Lanzor Lenry ii Schumacher John w Ferrell Jacob Wherley Peter Spring w Brown pm murder tells the Story of How it occur Edas follows a ruse and Lewis were talking i was very close to Lewis saw him with his hand in his hip pocket i caught ills hand and shoved it Back took him by the and walked with him to the front door and went out. Lie spoke about ruse having threatened him spa be to him about his family and the trouble it w Ould cause if he had a difficulty with ruse. At once he wheeled round and started Back in a fast walk and i followed him stayed by his Side. Lie finally spoke to ruse and said you hit me a ruse spoke in a conciliatory manner. Lewis said Weil drop it and be ruse said he was willing and they Shook hands. And then Lewis said. Come Tike a r ise said 1 will take a 1 heard ruse say in an excited manner done to As i looked up i saw ruse throw up both hands., trying to pitch the pistol Lewis had the pistol High in his hand when he discharge it. Ruse fell and died almost instantly. Lewis stepped outside the door and in a moment returned and said. Poor old Man ruse is lie then left the Saloon regain Joseph Springer Adam Regula Nicholas Pfeiffer win Limbach Fred damages As his son ed., who was killed lid Rick Fred Leif Fred la Artsik Louis and vent lip the enquirer. Last monday evening was not of age Heller Kate Bucy. And the father had not Given his con sent for him to work on the Road. Notice to Hunters and tres Jessers. The methodist episcopal Church has under consideration the question of the admission of women As Lay delegates to its chief Council the general conference on the same Equality As Man the the Nils Benefit concert last Friday undersigned Farmers and w a the 1 to Hest Market drice for i opera House was a financial land owners of Franklin township have Hiram Ord Neil tvs of i kinds Success throughout and a Rich treat to ail Tui us it necessary for Protection to subject having been submitted by the a a pox unify amp sons. Wlla Lead tie Opportunity of witnessing our Stock and ourselves to publicly no general conference to a vote of the East High St., new Philadelphia. 45w8 it. The performers were heartily cheer tiny according to Law All persons that laity of the Church. The vote of the de and highly appreciated. Proceeds Are forbidden to enter upon the congregation of tins City will be taken Rounelle 1 to carry Over the amounted to nearly $85.00. We learn lands of any of the undersigned parties on Friday nov. 14, from 3 to 5 of clock 1 p. W they have been requested to repeat it Lor the purpose of Hunting or shooting p. M anti from 7 to g of clock p. M. T1zreport of a eld is a Quot on in the near future. A a it a a a a a it of tiny or a Memberg entitled to vote Are earn and the of a Artadi trespassing on the lands of said parties Estolv a Reed to or rent nah a Ftp a bag Enville to next week for want of a without permission will be prosecuted the Imp Onam Oue suon time and room. J the marriage of miss Clara Snyder Quot to taut question. Express. Accommodation express. Express. Going East. Express. Express. Express. Accommodation 2-45 a in 11-05 2 40 p in 8-15 a every Day. Central tined except sunday. Through coaches from 1 Hrichus Villa Junction to Pittsburg. Columbus Cincinnati 1 and St. La tuis Pullman Palace but Pirig cars attach d to through Rains East and Wasu for time tables rates of fare through tickets and fur tier information regarding Wio of trains apply 10 ticket agent i it chs Ville Junction Ohio. E. A la Ord Gen. In As. And ticket agent Pittsburg a. Joseph Woon Gen. Manager Pittsburg i .1. P 1 i �5 c cd. 7 it5 to 1 a 1 pm 5 a /. X i b6 o a 0 pc i x it or. E. K. Davidson called at the office Oil monday and took exceptions to the first paragraph of the letter from dutch hollow. The letter charges or. Davidson with skipping out with the proceeds of a lot of lumber leaving his employees to suffer for their wag s. Or. Davidson says these charges Are unjust and false that he was Only at canal Dover unloading and delivering lumber. Or. Davidson says lie had no intention of taking advantage of his creditors and has come to an understanding with his attaching creditors and tin v will not lose a cent. Has got an overdose of m Kinley a a a a i ii Iii in Bill Bihui to or. Ben. Schweitzer was co Summa we. Baker had his buggy smashed 0 j on thursday evening last by tie to pieces last saturday by a Street car Rev it Jug Cook of Steubenville at the running into him. Horses had pulled residence of the brides parents on West on to the track and the car was not no High St., in presence of Many invited tired. Billy escaped uninjured but relatives and friends. A bounteous re i lican papers for notices we Receiva candidate like the a x m It o go Saba x s. To a a s 2 c u c a s f. A it a 2 7�?. It u n leg a ctr o re re we thank the rep the Many gratuitous de. Although not a Arnold Winkie Reid a we were willing to take the thrusts of Tho enemy a Lance that Victory May be ours. With due Courtesy brother editors we wish to inform you that the judge to occupy the chair is Jasper h. Mitchell. Coal dealers of Cleveland Are complaining of unfair treatment by the r. R. Comp Anies. They say the railroads does not furnish them cars and use them All to haul from their own mines to fill contracts in the Northwest and the consequence is a Coal famine is feared by the dealers. E s co s a i p x o a a. V c in. A amp c a i p a Bucklen Warnaca Salvo. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents Der Box. K or Sale by f. C Miller amp son. 6y2 i he town of Mercer Allen county this state is afflicted with an epidemic a Black diphtheria. Citizens Are fleeing from the town. Every Case is fatal and some live Only eight or ten adults Are stricken the same As children. The l Oard of Trade will hold a meeting Friday evening at 7 30 of clock. The political Campaign is Over now and we must show our interest in the two towns by Active work. Let everybody turn out. No mugwump Ery in . Warwick overcomes a a Boodle in the 16th District. Two democratic congressmen elected in Kansas and two Farmers Alliance men. Nebraska wheels into the democratic column. Indiana is democratic by 15,000. West Virginia lands squarely in the democratic ranks. Wisconsin Kansas and Minnesota democratic. Iowa is thought o to be democratic. All is Lovely except in Ohio which gives a Republican majority of 7,-000. Democrats have great reason to rejoice on the result everywhere except in Ohio j on account of the trouble in Cincinnati in the Board of improvement and the course Campbell took to get rid of it Hamilton county went Back on the party and Rolls up a Large Republican majority there which turned the state against us. This great change is due to the tidal wave of Tariff Reform. Our party is right on this question and the people will Rule regardless of monopoly and Money Power. Loses his buggy. Tuscarawas county tax payers will be called upon to pay for about 20 head of sheep which were killed for Lambert Fabley thursday by dogs. The Boodle is going to the dogs sure. The starting in of Winter closely re past was served after which the newly made couple left on the evening train to spend their honeymoon. They Are both excellent Young people and tiie times extends Best wishes. Or. I. C. Gentsch whose card appears in another column has opened an office in the Powleson Block West to the full extent of the Law a Garber John Garber Jerry Garber George Canary Joseph Ilar line Isaac Huffman Jonas Snyder Ptter Haas i ii j aul Geo Haas c c Fernsel a Zimmerman. Solomon Seese Thos Walker Lenry Wallick j g Border c Canary j i Shutt l w Bair Abe Weber John a Bair Isaac Beriy John ii gather e u Benfer Conrad Seikel Isaac Bixier David Bixier g w Forney George w Stout b a Shutt. J f Peter Wei hand. J. K. Keyes pastor. Too wanted. Flom Mulli Iyo a run. And 100 men to Call on any druggist Tor a free Trail package of lanes family Medicine the great Root and Herb remedy discovered by or. Silas Lane while in the Rocky mountains. For diseases of the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For Constina John la on a l Clearing up the complexion it does wonders. It is the Best Spring Medicine known. Large size package. 50 cents. At All druggists. 15yl Zembles the same period last year a High Street near the Public Square superabundance of rain and very bad the doctors extended experience Dur roads. Re he effect of bad roads is Al in Many years in pharmacy and medi ready Felt in the Trade of the town. Cine and the unusual opportunities enjoyed by him in his profession that he 1 is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of pharmacy and the University of Georgetown Washington d. A War i rants the belief thit the same Success will attend him Here As we copy the following extract from the Sweet Springs mo., Lleraldi or. D. C. Gentsch who came Here about a year ago returned to his old a Home m new Philadelphia <>., last very successful Good practice while Many friends Here to his old Home. A Cranky Hrh legroom. The lutheran Church now makes a Fine appearance. Bed Well and Sehl Are hard to flown in their the Church has been remedied to some extent and its members May Well feel proud of a handsome edifice. A Man Iii Peoria. 111., took out a License to get married and the newspapers recorded the fact he has sued them for damages claiming that the Public has no business with a mails private affairs. Iii lawyers Tell him that he can win his press. If that was Good Law the poor editors would have a Tough time of it As they have All been violators Many times. M. C. Donahey of Westchester of clerk Donahey has taken week. The doctor was in building up a Here lie made or. Brother c Possession of the Mold orred to leave Ifoma t Market formerly kept by or. Walker. Or. Donahey is a first class Man and will keep a first class Market in every respect. Yve Welcome him to our town and bespeak for him a fare share of Public patronage. Having purchased the meat Market of John g. Walker on East High Street who regret his return Yve take pleasure in informing our readers that the Ohio Farmer which has a National reputation As the leading agricultural journal of this country is offered for the remainder of this year an 1 All of next for Only one Dollar. Its we intend to offer to the Public the very Large circulation now numbering very Best of fresh and cured meats Over sixty five thousand subscribers going to chickens turkeys etc., at the lowest j every state of the Union and its ii proceeding8. Jury trials. G. Yvo. Lilton v Philip Bose he it us verdict for defendants. Luella s. Cunningham v Solomon Mercer judgment for plaintiff $513.07. Conf1reation and Dower assignment. Catharine Forsythe v Ben. Forsythe. Stanley Williams v Henry . A. Ley amp co. V t. J. Stocker. Judgment on verdict. John l. Yorth v Henry Brog. Cases settled and dismissed. Isaac si1011 v Phoebe a. Truax. Albert Bates v Tobias j. Miller. Sarah a. Taylor v John a. Taylor. Sam. Stetler v Villiam swim Arr. Trial to court. Mary Johnson v to. More head. John j. Shultz v Rebecca Smith finding for plaint Iff. Plaintiff to plea. J. L. Cohen v Ohio insurance co. J. L. Cohen v fire insurance co. Flora Lieser v Peter Ehrett. Receiver to sell. Ii. A. Andreas v Ellsworth a. Pennel. Defendant to plead. Alfred Dickey v Jefferson township. Peter Velty a co. V Yum. I. Mckee. Assignment of court Casus. Monday nov. 10. 21�?Daniel c. Gentsch v Oliver Knisely. 26�?patterson amp Junkins v a. J. Vilkin 110�?o. C. Lawbaugh v c. Amp c. Road. 165�?yv. D. Norris it Al v a. J. Wilkin. 175�?nicli. Kuhn v Hiram c. Eek num. Tuesday nov. 11. 134�?cornelia Loutzenhiser v Charles Hummell it Al. 186�?John a. Himes v Nora j. Grcen Wall. 192�?jennie Bailey v Minerva Smith. 269�?elizabeth Blasser v Fred Reiser. 262�?c. S. Bue Klins v j. M. Ruttledge. 151�?yvise, Aceb amp co. V new Philadelphia pipe Yorks. Wednesday nov. 12. 13�?David Judy v Ben Fisher. 38�?remus Gartrell v John Myers. Thursday nov. 13. 47�?floyd Minnis v Alice Minnis. 143�?levi l Dunlavy v Russell a co. 158�?John Myers treasurer v James m. Smith. Call at a a times a office. Ii Al estate Transfer compiled in the Ollie of the recorder of deeds i it Kascur politics is at its Climax and we Are ready As Liberty Loving patriots to show our Juffer Soojian valor rather than play the Rule of despicable traitors to our democratic cause As Dame Rumor or Republican lies has so wantonly heaped upon us. By e feel it our duty to publicly vindicate ourselves of such ridiculous falsehood As the readers of Irvine a democratic Sheet have no doubt carefully perused Felt it a duty to ourselves our Paity and our god. George Yvo. Carpenter wife and Little daughter were the guests of Josiah Murphy sr., last Sabbath. John w. Murphy our Young Survey Over 50 people were forced to leave or did a Job of county surveying near their Homes yesterday to Call at their Paoli a few Days ago. I druggists for a free trial package of Lucy m. Murphy was the guest of lanes family Medicine. If your blood Benj. Rasher a few Days ago. Is bad your liver and kidneys out of or. Jennings president of the mus order if you Are constipated and have Kingpin conference m. P. Church headache and an unsightly complexion shared the hospitality of Ecsi amur done to fail to Call on any druggist to Day play last thursday evening after and for a free Sample of this grand remedy dressing the class at Hartwood. Our the ladies Praise it. Every one likes it. Pastor Rev. Mccormick accompanied Large size packages 50 cents. Gyl him. John Urkart to John Man lot a Dover. Christian Deis to a ii Hardesty lots 294 and 295, Dover. Sarah e and m l Lehr to e c my Eret Al Yarwick. Abram Shaw to Geo a Mathias t acre Rush. We Griffin to t j Evan 2 27-160 acres Mill. Thomas Nixon to Yum ii Bell jr., part of lot 75, Uhrichsville. E g Helwig to Priscilla l Helwig lot 408, Prisscilla l Helwig to Orville l Helwig lot 408 Mary m Taylor it Al to Louisa j Latourette 9 acs. And 61 Perch by Arwick. Joshua goodings a to s f Rosset Al 45 acres Goshen. D l and Laura a Miskimen to Stephen Elliott 1 acre Oxford. J m fanning to o e Farmer 68 acres Perry. George Betscher to Dennis and Annie Andreas lot 47, Dover. Martha j Updegraff to Anna Dallman part of lots 245, 246, 247 and 248, Dover. Mcclelland Valtz to Ralph Wain Wright lot 13, Somerdale. James f Evans to Lydia Drummond part of lot 5, Bolivar. J c Ackerman to Yvo amp l e Tkv co 5 34-100 acres Fairfield. S 600 9506 5066 1666 2606 125 260 206 2600 8750 91 2000 106 700 177 150 150 is consumption incurable. Read the following or. C. Ii. Morns Newark ark., says Quot was Down with abscess of lungs and friends us physicians pronounced mean incurable consumptive. Began taking or. Kings new discovery Lor consumption an now on my third bottle and Able to oversee the work on my farm. It i the finest Medicine Ever Jesse Middlewart Decatur Ohio says a had it not been for or. Kings new discovery for consumption i would have died of lung troubles. Was Given up by doctors. Am now in Besto try it. Sample bottles fro at f. C. Miller a songs drugstore. Lie yelled Kempis Balsam. I have for Sale As agent a splendid Stock of general merchandise in a Good town Vith a Large and Well established Trade Stock not so if worn but first class and will invoice 8 or 9 thousand dollars that can be sold and take in part pay a Good piece of land in Tuscarawas Harrison or Coshocton counties. Good store building can be sold wit Stock if desired. Good reasons for Selling. Address the editor of the times. 31tf. For Sale or Trade. I have for Sale or Trade several tracts of Western land in Nebraska Kansa and Missouri will Trade for Stock of an kind or any Good Chattie property a a fair value or for town property some of these lands Are improved an some unimproved Anil some partial i of a proved. Title Good and us strap can he furnished. Call on the Edito. Of times. Of excursions via Vania lines. The Pennsyl Harvest excursion tickets to land and business centers in the Vest North West South and Southwest will be Sou. At one fare fur round trip via the Pennsylvania lines Vest of Pittsburgh 011 september 9th and 23d, and Octoba 14th. For Complete information Appl to nearest ticket or pass agent. 36w fur due Large Island lying Between the two dams on the Tuscarawas River one of the finest locations for a summer resort in the county. It also comprise the Best fishing Waters in the state. A ill be offered 011 reasonable terms. Inquire of l. Edie Tuscarawas Ohio or s. Moore editor times. 27ti for Sale. One platform Spring Wagon with covered top. It was built for a delivery Wagon at a Cost of $90 one set of harness new. Will sell very cheap. Call on or address p. Oakleaf port Washington or editor of the times. 31tf for Sale or Trade. A Good 40 acre tract of improved land in Norton county Kansas five mile from Railroad. Also a 40 acre Timber c Laim 24 acres planted in Forest Trees. Ill Trade for Small farm or Stock or town property. Call at the times office. I or Good building lot. I located in the City of Wichita is. A Ould Trade Lor town property in Nev Philadelphia or canal Dover or of land 111 re Tuscarawas county. A bargain or any one wanting to go Vest. Of particulars inquire of Samuel Moore agent. Of for Sale a 70 acre tract of Good Lan a five Miles from new Philadelphia 4 acres of Good coal�?4 it. Vein easy 0. Access 2� to. Of Blackb amp and Ore unde 26 acres. Fair buildings Good Orchard Ood Spring near the House. Libers Price and terms easy. A bargain in i. Call at the times office. In gents furnishing goods we Lea a them All. Underwear in All prices neckwear the latest styles. , 4-Hose, etc., in endless varieties. Every thing in our line at prices tha defy Competition. Call and examine our Stock and get prices. 44w4 w. C. Sutton amp co. For Sale. A thorough bred Short Horn Bull four years old perfectly gentle Anc weighs about 1,600 pounds. Yville take $55. For information apply at times office. Of House Tor Sale. A number of desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Knau ire at times office. A. Bippus a son is sole agent in new Philadelphia for chases Barley malt whisky. Rich and pure Itisha Fine tonic for the weak and feeble it strengthens the lungs. 44w4 to rent a 11 room House cellar Cistern City water grate fires and sprinkler for Street about october first. In quire at clerks office. Itt if you Are wanting anything in the clothing hat Cap furnishing goods line Call on a. C. Sutton a co. They carry the largest Stock and can not fail to please Jou. Prices guaranteed. 44 w4 he to i be current prices. Byte respectfully invite a share of Public patronage. Yours respectfully 45w8 Donahey a sons. A lady a perfect companion. Painless childbirth our new Book tells How any woman May become a Mother without suffering any pain whatever. Also hot to treat and overcome morning sickness swelled limbs and other evils attending pregnancy. It is reliable and highly endorsed by physicians As the wife a True private companion. Send two cent stamp for descriptive circulars and confidential letter sent in sealed envelope. Addres Frank Thomas amp co. Publishers Baltimore my. 45yl eral advertising patronage enables its publishers to give to the Farmers of this country one of the very Best mo3t enterprising reliable and instructive agricultural live Stock and family journals of America at the very Low Price of Only one Dollar per year. The Ohio Farmer is published at Cleveland Ohio is a Rev. C. W. Murphy visited his father Benj. Murphy a few Days ago. Corn is being husked. Spear shake. From Evans Valley. For Sale or trade�?160 acres of Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Yould Trade for property in or near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call on the editor of the times. Of do you want a suit overcoat or pair of pants made to order if so a c. Charles Stiner shut Down his hairy the first of this month. Lie did a Good tonal in everything except in name is business. Sold his cheese at 1and 12 Sutton amp co. Have just what you want a 16-page�?64-column weekly of 52 is cents per Pound to a firm in Cincinnati and can please you in style and fit. Sues a year and is acknowledged a or. John Maurer an old citizen died Hority on All agricultural subjects. Ii is oct. 11th and was buried on the 13th conducted by an Able and experienced at St. Jacobs cemetery editorial management that spares no John Brown is agent for a Alridge expense or labor to add everything port conn., firm Selling Bronze Monu possible to its value. Specimen copy and meats. Is doing a Good business. Premium list will be sent free to All the Miller Brothers will Purchase a on and after next Sabbath regular applicants by addressing tiie Ohio far 16-horse Power engine from the Ault services will be held in the lutheran Meb Cleveland Ohio. Man co. Will run three saw Mills. J Church. 44 w4 a refrigerator in first class condition Good size. Yville be sold cheap. Of. Information Call at the times office. I yell a a Kemp a Balsam the Best cough 1 always do when 1 hear a Man cough Ard i can to help it. It saved a and it will cure you. I was threatened with pneumonia last Winter and it Brok it it up. It helps the children out when their throats Are sore cures their cough my tastes so Good. The first dose help you. So writes a. K. Arnold Engineer on the West Shore Ray at Canajoharie n. Y. _ 43 for Sale or Exchange a Good machine shop with excellent new machinery and building. Adapted to most any kind of machine work or could easily be converted into a Nice manufacturing Plant. Good town of 1300 inhabitants. Call at times office. This remedy known and so Popi special mention. Ai electric bitters sing Praise. A purer me is and it is claimed. Electric b diseases of the liver remove pimples in Fri other affections cause will drive malaria from the system and prevent As Wei As cure All malarial fevers. For cure of headache consumption and indigestion try electric bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle at f. 0. Miller a songs drug store. 11 Ling so Well Ilar As to need no i who have used the same song of Heine does not sex ii to do All that is it Turs will cure All and kidneys will Salt Rheum and d by impure blood. New Tram Continental r it Ute via Chicago Milwaukee it amp St Paul and Northern Pacific railroads. For Sale a Blacksmith shop and tools. Good location in Small Village. Plenty of work for one Man. Only one in the place and for Miles around. Price �200. Very cheap. Call at times office. There is no Verdigris or other impurity in chases Barley malt a whisky. It is Rich and nutritious and the Best of All whiskies for family Aud medicinal purposes. Sold by a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia 40w4 500 menus boys and children a overcoats to select from at w. C. Sutton amp through Pullman sleeping car leaves Chicago daily at 5 30 p. M. For St. Paul and Minneapolis. A a Fargo North Dakota. A a Helena and Butte Montana. A a the Yellowstone Park. A a Spokane Falls and Tacoma. A a Portland Oregon. Best route to Seattle and All North Pacific coast Points. The Scenic line to California via Portland and the Shasta route. Tickets on Sale every where. For information apply to any agent or address a. A. Ii. Carpenter general passenger agent Chicago ii., or to we. Kelly jr., trav. Pass. Agt., 16 �>.�?T8. Prices always the lowest. 44w4 j South Broad St., Philadelphia a. 44 2

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