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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising podium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicit d. Philadelphia times. The a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. Imo. 3 to. 6 to. 8 i 12 3 2 5 7 50 3 7 50 12 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 8 00 22 50 40 i yer. $ 5 15 22 50 40 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday november 13, 1890. Number 46. Cleveland and Marietta Ray. In effect sept. 28, 1890. Going South. Stations. Going North. To. 5. ? i co no. I no. 2 no. 4f?00pm 612 1115am. Cleveland. 230 pm 1230pmakron. 114 658 128 pm Canton. 1223 too 730 745am 200 Toledo. Lev a 620 ii55ai 53cpm 755 255 540. Anal Dover 1128 06 805 305 550 Turners. 1117 455 810 311 555 Blackband. In j449 143 815 317 too Philipsburg 1105 826 ?339 Lull Wolf a. 105 1 130 837 310 620 co town 1043 420 817 360 630 Post boy. 132 106 8 a 359 St Guernsey. 1025 t359 90 4o5 642 Kimbolton. 1019 353 910 817 415 fi51 Millers. 10 9 549 422 558 old 11 Artiss. I 2 336 925 430 707 Cambridge. 955 350 i 726 Dyersville 932 309 5 kit 739 pm pleasant his 256nil 45 Glenwood. 912 259517 tin i Ava. 905 243 527 hoi Belle Valles 858 253 5o7 810 Caldwell. N-45 22.�?T54-5 818 Dudley. 835 214 552 Hajt South Olive 827 207558 832 Dexter City 821 202606 849 Macksburg ol3 151514 847 Elba. Is 5 140 Cost 900 Warner. 751 133637 910 Whipple. 840 123652 925 Stanley. 721 108657 to Cay Wood. 713 103 Zzz in. 948 1030 Marietta. La Parks 700 155 1245 1055 pm new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday november 13, 1890. J Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 new Philadelphia times will published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year in advance1.00 in not paid within three mods 1.50 Stop. Flag stations. Trains no. 2, Ifo. 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 Aud Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with cd. Ii b., t. Ii C. Sex. Ry., z in 0. R., and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with la. In 0. East and West at Newcomerstown with . Ii St l. East and West at canal Dover with c. L. A w. And c. In in North and East at Valley Junction with w. In l. K. And Valley a. A. T. I Roe p. Gen manager. W k Richards. Gene a pass age i Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. In Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1890. Going East. Stations. A a ail express local. Lica Viz new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2oo . I canal Dover. 6 35 Quot 210 a a i to a a Zoar. 715 a a 2 25 a a 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a �?~115 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 46 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 to a a 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 la 3d a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3 55 a a Alliance. 10 00 a a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. 1210 a a 4 59 a a Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 a a. ?0ing West stations. Mail. Express local. Leave 12 45 . Pittsburgh. 6 to . Bellaire. 4 40 Lolo Wellsville. 8 to 2 40 Cleveland. 8 i 15 Alliance. To 25 3 to Bayard. To 55 4 to 7 to . Minerva. La 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. La 12 4 36 7 55 Malvern. La 17 4 43 8 15 a a Ayu Esburg. La 28 5 8 55 Magnolia. La 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. La 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. La 53 5 3,5 to to canal Dov . 12 to p in 6 00 to 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 la 00 remittances should sent draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Woman suffrage was Defeated South Dakota 8.000 votes. Hares majority Over Foster in eighth District is 186. Close Call. In the the jacksonian Wayne county has All the poultry the county crowing for the democratic Victory. Russell amp co. Of Massillon have been taking lessons in despotism from speaker Reed. In new zealand the House representatives has voted in favor woman suffrage 37 toll. The official returns give Only one Republican congressman Claugue in Wisconsin. Pecks majority is 30,000. We urn 5wr i an Anglish Syndicate has purchased i several Large pork packing establishments in Chicago and will increase their capacity. Harrison county gives a Republican majority Secretary state 667, and Tuscarawas gives a democratic majority 1,056. Martin a. Foran is to fired from the democratic club Cleveland for bolting the democratic ticket Hon. Tom. L. Johnson. Montana is conceded to democratic. The state Senate is democratic one majority. Dixon Democrat was elected to Congress. All trains Are run Dally except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains the a great port Wayne route i running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to j. P. Milar agent. New Philadelphia. Ohio. Joseph woo e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Pittsburg it. Wayne a Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 Asp trains depart from Alliance As follows Central time no. I. 9. La. 3. No. 8. Of. 4. To. 20. 6. Going West fast line. Chicago express. Mail. Mail express. Going East fast line. Accommodation 6-30 mail. 3-10 p in fast express. T 9-10 a in Day express .tlu-30 p in Alliance accommodation 2-45 p in t 2-30 a in 10-20 a in t 9-20 a in 4-50 p in 5-45 a in trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a in 12-45 a in and 2-30 p in. Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at 9-50 a in 4-30 and 8-00 p in. . 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. Daily. Daily except sunday. Daily except monday. E a. Ford general pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The p. C. Amp St. Louis railway the democrats Wisconsin effected George w. Peck the author a a pecks bad boy a governor. Ile should now write a Hook with Mckinley As the a a give away a character. The towns Pierre and Huron were voted at the recent election for the capital South Dakota. Pierre won the permanent capital from eight to ten thousand majority. Blaine is about the Only Republican who was not engulfed. He is the shrew St politician in the Republican party. Ile spoke like a Prophet at Philadelphia. Will he Cross swords again a fifth Cleveland in 1892? dealer. One the latest inventions is a waiter Cycle for travelling w Ater. The Cut in the scientific american resembles a bicycle mounted two logs held together a Light Iron Frame. On the wheel Are twelve paddles that strike the water propelling the vehicle. The wooden runners prevent sinking. President Harrison passed through Dennison last tuesday evening no. 20, East bound ins return from Indianapolis where he had gone to vote. A paragraph. The 18,000 democratic majority in Indiana looks As though he voted the wrong Side else it was a cold greeting. Very Dan a Akule route. Schedule taking effect june to 1890. Going West. Trains depart from the in. B. Amp St Louis depot Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. Accommodation. Express. Express. 11-95 t 5-20 a 12-15 a in t 3-53 p in going East. Express. W express. Express. Accommodation 2-45 t 11-05 a in 2 40 p in t 8-15 p in a everyday. Central timed to except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg Columbus Cincinnati 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 tire running trains apply to ticket agent Uhrichsville Junction Ohio. E. A. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburg a. The Vermont legislature has a Bill before the House to permit women who a property tax to vote at town Village and tire District elections. The Bill is said to Likely to pass. The Burlington free press says a a refusal to Grant this privilege is to argue that taxation without representation is inst and a a a the weeks doings Little trixie. Mrs. C. W. Strawn near new Cumberland died last week malarial fever. Quail Hunters Are numerous More so than quails. Farmers Are having a picnic now with sportsmen. Trixie Imperial Quartetti is with Little trixie company at opera House saturday evening november loth. A refrigerator in first class condition Good size. Will sold cheap. Of information Call at the times office. 00 me re boys and children a overcoats to select from at w. C. Sutton so . Prices always the lowest. 4lw4 married at Baltic o., nov. I. By Rev. Wilson Yeisley Joseph Gerber and mrs. Emma Ridenour both Tuscarawas county. Little trixie. A musical comedy at opera House saturday evening november loth. Tickets now Sale at Hall s. Prices�?25, 85 and Doc. Adam Stermer has bought out his partner Adam Davis and will continue the grocery business at the cd stand. Frank Brown is now clerking for him. The cheapest place in the county for drugs and Patent medicines is at Wells drug store 43\v3 new Philadelphia Great bargains at the fair no. 13, South Broadway for a and 10c. One Dollar will Bay More than Yon can carry. Done to miss it Raiff Block. Ii. E. Burnside. Sneak thieves entered Rudy Gilgen a Saloon thursday night and carried away about $30.00 Worth cigars tobacco Etc. The thieves entered a window in the rear the building. A Georgia editor writing for a free pass the Railroad said a if you cannot renew this pass kindly Send me a pair thick Soled shoes As i have got to leave this place next done to fail to see Little trixie next saturday evening at opera May Smith Robbins one the Best singing and dancing Soubrette travelling. Supported a Good company. For Sale trade�?160 acres Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property in near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call the editor the times. Of for Sale a Blacksmith shop and tools. Good location in Small Village. Plenty 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 other impurity in chases Barley malt whisky. It is Rich and nutritious and the Best All whiskies for family Aud medicinal purposes. Sold a. Bippus so son new Philadelphia 40w4 the Princess Maria Anna Portugal who recently married an untitled doctor Medicine when she might have wedded a titled Prince gave As her reason a i prefer to marry a Man without a name rather than a name without a miss Flora Grace Iowa is the inventor a cooking thermometer which instead registering a summer heat a a blood heat and a a freezing Point a a Marks the boiling at the gently the varying bread cake simmering Altitude and baking Points for Mats and pics. A Good citizen will not drag politics into business attempt to injure any Many a business because the political Mill did not grind out to suit him. It is right that we have two political parties. They Lichi each other in Check. We should willing to abide the result. Sorry to Sec some businessmen lending Aid and Comfort to the business retaliation in business matters. No. 3 11 15am 1203pm 12 30 1 28 2 15 r�?1 g a to to h cd in t-ccxt.�4�? re a c. H c co cd w a pm a i x x "9 la s co a 3 a we have been receiving the Cleveland world a neat and Well printed 8-Page daily. We Are pleased to place it our Exchange list. Although Republican it is an excellent newspaper and will compare favourably with any the newspapers published in tile Forest City. It is reasonable in Price and any one wanting a City paper either daily weekly should write a the world Cleveland Ohio. Points about people. I a it. L. H. Oerter canal Dover was in town monday. J. H. Watt Richmond Ohio was in town monday business. Shawsville. W. Ii. Deitz a solid Democrat from Shanesville was in town monday business. Jacobs Waynesburg is sojourning among his friends and relatives Here. A a a mrs. Oliver nisely returned Home wednesday from her visit with relatives in Rochester. Or. Frank and miss Della Snyder attended the Tyler crites wedding in Dot ver wednesday nov. 5th. M. Koziar a school teacher ecu in Ber land was in town monday. He claims that he has not broken any Timber yet. Or. And mrs. John t. Evans went to Cleveland monday to attend the funeral . Thomas brother in Law mrs. Evans. Miss Mamie Criswell entertained about forty her Young lady and gentlemen friends at her Home North Broadway last Friday evening. Or. Shatter North Walnut Street is dangerously Iii and has been for several Days old age and infirmities incident thereto is the cause. Miss Jennie Raynor Cleveland o., who has been Here caring Tor her sick sister mrs. John Bigler West Ray St., returned to her Home to Day. C. Espeer sr., and son c. F., Wells county Indiana Are visiting at the residence prof. Kuhn at Blakes Mills. Of. E. Was formerly a Tuscarawas county boy but for the past 22 years has been a resident Indiana. The Wall paper Sale will still continue at Cost at Wells drug store 46w3 new Philadelphia After next monday we will display the largest selection books for the holidays in the county. These books Are All kinds and descriptions. The most them were bought outside the combination and will retailed at less than combination wholesale prices. If you want Choice selection come Early arid get prices. 46 w3 Wells drug stole new phila., Ile yelled Kempis Balsam. I yell a a Kemp a Balsam the Best cough i always do when i hear a Man cough and i can to help it. It saved me and it will cure you. I was threatened with pneumonia last Winter and it broke it . It helps the children out when their throats Are sore cures their cough and tastes so Good. The first dose helps you. So writes a. In Arnold Engineer the West Shore Ray at Canajoharie n. Y. 43 governor elect Boyd an Ohio boy. Zanesville nov. 7. James e. Boyd governor elect Nebraska is a Zanesville boy and his father Joseph Boyd now lives Here and is the present weigh master at the seventh Ward Scales. The governor came from Ireland with his father when a child lived three years Iii Belmont county and then came to this City where he resided until a Man grown. -3 c is Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve la the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles to required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat-safaction. Money refunded. Price 25 cents Der Box. For Sale i s p. C Miller a sop. 6y2 the action Russell amp co., Massillon in cutting the wages All democratic employees 33 per cent because they voted for Warwick instead Mckinley is a bold stroke at the right suffrage and is tyrannical in the extreme. Such conduct is detestable and a disgrace to Ohio. Russell so co. Would own their employees As slaves. How striking their conduct in contrast with m. I. Harter Mansfield who is also a Large manufacturer agricultural implements and w to tells his men to vote As they please. The democratic employees Russell amp co. W Ere compelled to quit work because their wages were insufficient and because it w As too galling to continue Side Side a fifth republicans who get one third More wages. Hon. M. Harter Mansfield who was elected to Congress was appealed to to give them employment in his shops and thanks to that honorable gentleman he will see that they Are cared for. Such men As Harter arc a credit both to Bis state and the House Congress. The Wheeling a Lake Erie completed its track into Steubenville last thursday evening and the first engine ran to Market Street at the same time. Hundreds citizens were out to see the locomotive come in after the l is rail was Ison paragraph. For Sale Exchange a Good machine shop a fifth excellent new machinery and building. Adapted to most any kind machine work could easily converted into a Nice manufacturing Plant. Good town 1300 inhabitants. Call at times office. J. A. Burrow s was Here a few Days this week in the interest his company p. lard it co., Jersey City . J. A. W As introducing his new Brand tobacco a a Turtle a and a Fine article too. He gave away about $35 Worth monday and tuesday. The Browm Stone front residence occupied John i. Laughead South Broadway was discovered to fire Friday afternoon last but before the fire company arrived John had regained vigor sufficient to mount a ladder and ascend to off Here the wild flames were raging and a fifth a bucket water subdued the flames. Little damage but tally insured. An insult to Homes county. Washington nov. 7. In an interview today senator Sherman has this to say the democrats Holmes county who stood like a Stone Wall against Mckinley a Boodle assaults a Well they were rebels during the War and they have not yet recovered from the prejudices then it will seen that the Ohio senator still refuses to come into the Union and it is not improbable that the Ohio people will resent this Wanton insult selecting a Democrat to succeed a a honest John. Stone head. Jumped tile town with two japs. F received too late for last week. I Hurrah for the democrats and Hon est government your Republican neighbors and half Breed democrats Are just beginning to realize the extent their defeat last tuesday and present a pitiable sight indeed. By the result last tuesdays vote we Are forced to think that Sugarcreek township contains a Good Many democrats ? we Hose blood is tinged with republicanism to such an extent that when election Day comes around they a a ready to affiliate with the republicans and help try to defeat Good and honest democrats. Then a if you want to called democrats you must relieve yourselves such meanness and instability. It is queer to what extent the paltry office school examiner will cause some Fellows who want to called leading democrats Sugarcreek township to practice political deception and chicanery in their own ranks i maybe they were afraid Coiffe other fellow might get the position in Case a Democrat w Cre elected probate judge. Our War neighbors the Holmes county democrats highly elated Over the great Victory in the 16th District. The Holmes county democracy is too pure to bought Boodle. Millersburg w ill have a grand democratic Jubilee to Morrow afternoon. Rev. L. S. Keyser Springfield u., who a visiting friends in this Vicinity the past two weeks retarded Home last Friday. While Here he delivered two very interesting sermons in the lutheran Church nov. 2d. L. Preyer and family and his son in Law Ben. Lantz and family will Start for Missouri in a few weeks to make it their future Home. Or. Troyer owns quite a Nice farm in that state. Rev. J. M. Long jew Ett Ohio delivered a Sermon sunday morning in the lutheran Church. We Are informed that he has been employed to take charge this circuit the coming year. Miss Mary Schen who is at Canton sick w Ith typhoid fever is slowly recovering. L. K. Shamberger is making his delivery fruit Trees at new7 Cumberland this we Eek. Lew is a Hustler in the tree business. De. Miller has gone to Cleveland to work at his Trade. Will move there next month if the City suits him. Andy Strauss has engaged in the Saloon business in Carlisle Holmes county Ohio. Representative Hon. W. S. Troyer Holmes county was in town last week talking with friends about the great democratic Victory. Prof. Moore Logansport Indiana is conducting a singing class Here. John Richardson talks going to Chicago to aces it a position tendered him his brother Garing in the rolling Mills that City. To Day the Quail become a target for the Marksman. We notice several persons from a distance who came Here to Hunt. There is considerable sickness Here especially among the children. The disease seems to similar to la Grippe. L. Swank wrent Home last week to vote for Foster hut came Back looking rather disconsolate. Yours respectfully occasional. Not to Hunters and trespassers. Stabury pa., nov. 8. A petrified body was exhumed from the Sunbury cemetery today. James Sewell raised the body his daughter miss Kila Sewell who was buried Iii 1887. It took seven men to lift tile casket. The body is Well preserved and As hard As Marble. In life she Wras a Brunette but the hair had turned White. The body is completely petrified. Even the Flowers placed in the casket we Ere turned to Stone. We the undersigned Farmers and land own Nernof Franklin township 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 any the undersigned parties for the purpose Hunting shooting. Any one found Hunting shooting trespassing the lands said parties without permission will prosecuted to the full extent the Law a Garber John Garber Jerry Garber George Canary Joseph Ilar line Isaac Huffman Jonas Snyder Peter Haas la j aul Geo Haas c c ferns a Zimmerman Solomon Seese Thos Walker Henry a Hick j g Border c Canary j d Shutt l w Bair Abe Weber John a Bair Isaac Eberly John ii Garber e r Benfer Conrad Seikel Isaac Bixler David Bixler g w Forney George w Stout ii a Shutt j f Peters John Wei hand Fred. Zeltman in Kapuzky for Sale. From Somerdale. Received too late for last week health is Good at present. The Young folks seem to affected More than any others. J. C. Lebold a returned from an extended trip through the West. As he is president the Fairfield township Farmers Alliance we presume he took extensive observations in that direction. Our flourishing Little Burgh can soon boast one the grandest store rooms within ten Miles. We noticed our old Friend j. M. Dixon the Street the other Day. Or. D., wife and daughter have just returned from Paris they report a grand time. School has commenced again but still our directors do not enforce the compulsory clause the Law yet some men can swear what they Iii do the streets Are full their oath bound truants who ought to either in the Public school a Reform school. James Dixon a Little daughter Lena met with quite an Accident last Friday. While she and Little Cora were playing with the Hatchet Cora in some Way acc Dently Cut Lena a right fore Finger so badly As to Render amputation necessary which was done drs. Hutton and Sawyer. We have one the easiest supervisors that Ever grew out the ground. He gives nature its own Way and does nothing to the roads so if they get bad it can to blamed to him but How in the name common a sense can our trustees Dodge this Case downright neglect if the oaths took effect him that Are hurled him he would soon there head Over heels. T Ost strayed the Post office strayed Over to lotto Well de. Did shed some tears but they wife Joy and gladness to know that it had gone Cut the fire into the smoke. Joe w Isey a Little daughter Mamie got a bad Cut her upper lip. Did not learn the particulars. Our efficient and gentlemanly school master has an idea that if he was old enough to vote his attentions to the elderly Matron the new addition would not spurned with such wonderful vigor. A. P. Saunders says he has no religious scruples about getting his wages any fair Means. It is rumoured that one our worthy business men can testify to the same fact. A. P. Saunders and i. N. Boobs Are driving team for Joseph Wise. We noticed p. Herstine wending his Way towards . Worriers. Go in my boy. Younger men than you have been seen going to see the fair damsels. This Valley has been flooded twice this fall and crops damaged considerably. J. C. Leboldus potatoes fared the worst however As they rotted badly. The Sabbath school this place is in a flourishing condition j. S. Foliar superintendent. Preaching every Sabbath evening at the school House. All invited. Edition Frinces. Froh Southern Tuscarawas. The relation teacher and school officials. Paper read before the Auburn township t. Cd a the president the same at a meeting held october 25,1s90. Real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds . George Krammes while his Way to Carrolton last week was taken with a severe attack asthma and was compelled to Stop Here with . Fred Torgler who kindly cared for him and nursed him through. Or. K. Speaks highly . And mrs. Torgler and miss Ida Humerickhouse who gave their personal attention for several hours during his suffering. Hon. J. N. Carlile Jim went to Colorado when it was a territory. Thirty years ago he took Horace Greely a advice and went West to grow with the country. Ile has made about $500,000 hard work. Last Winter he visited friends in new Philadelphia his old Home. He has been elected treasurer Pueblo county representative to the state h gis lature and at the late election was successful the democratic ticket As treasurer the state Colorado. His friends Send congratulations. Ann Arbor mich., nov. 7. Two japs., students the Michigan University have created quite a sensation eloping with two american girls from Here. The japs Are Kusutaro Fukushima and Yeitaro to Kano both Noble families and graduates the Law department Here last year. One the girls was miss Fuller Ypsilanti who is quite Young Good family and very handsome. The other woman was considerably older and Well known in certain circles. The clopers were traced to Detroit then to Windsor whence All Trace them was lost. The noted thorough bred Percheron stallion description and Pedigree a a Frederick is a Beautiful Iron Gray six years old and weighs about 1900 lbs. Ile is Tine appearance heavy hone and Good action for a heavy draft horse. He was foaled april 20, 1884, and imported in 1887, Geo. Vandevender Lexington Illinois. He is recorded in the Percheron Studbook America under no. 7310. Also two half blood Norman mares both which Are Iii foal the above named horse. Also one heavy draft horse 15 years old and one thorough bred shorthorn Bull 2-years old. Inquire e. J. Moore a. P. Latto executors the estate Alexander Latto deceased. 46w3 Farmers Are Busy garnering the Golden Corn the Supply which is limited. The magic lantern show at Albanys school House last tuesday evening proved a Success. Beauty and homely Liess elegance and laziness were bartered away at fair to medium considerations. A we wonder what attraction Lew Carby finds at Albany. A shrewd botanical Horticulturist look for lilies in Bleak november weather. Malarial fever is still raging in our midst. Dent Young is slowly recovering from a severe attack fever. A an observer a the times seems to the possessor an immense vocabulary. Stick to understandable words. We Are glad to see the democracy Murphy a run come out in Public frankness and express their patriotic intentions. A twas the hat your fathers wore. Democratic Tariff Reform seems to have wrested much the Flower from the Republican ranks according to election returns. We Are glad to see the reformation so general whether due to Protection Mckinley ism what. Sally Perkins. A Brave girl. The first step. Excursion to Cleveland. The Pardon and rimless to Given at Cleveland music Hall Ever a afternoon and evening sunday excepted from nov. 12 to 18th inclusive for Benefit Lakeside Hospital will exceed in grandeur anything Ever yet presented. Booths representing All nations and costumes also 12 National new and novel dances will Given 400 Cleveland a leading ladies gentlemen and children under direction miss Margaret Mcl. Eager new York supper being served every evening from 6 to to clock. Special excursions will Given All railways. Done to fail to see this and Aid a worthy cause. 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 in 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. Miller so songs drug store. Ask your friends about it. San Antonio. Texas nov. 7. A most remarkable Story Frontier bravery the heroine being miss Pauline Collier a Young lady 16 years age conies from Childress a new town in the Landle country this state. Miss Collier is a Pupil in the Childress District school and although she lives ten Miles from that town she makes the rip Back and Forth each Day a spirited Texas Poney. One morning last week she left Home at an Early hour and was Riding leisurely along when she espied an enormous Catamount immediately in front her crouched in the Short Prairie grass ready for a fatal Spring. With admirable presence mind miss Collier seized her Lariat hanging at her Saddle bowl and with great dexterity the animals neck was encircled with the deadly Coil. At a word from its mistress the Pony we hich miss Collier we As Riding sprang away at a Gallop dragging the Savage but helpless monster to its death. Upon becoming satisfied that the animals life was extinct the Young lady undid the rope from the Pommel her Saddle leaving the Panther stretched upon the Prairie behind her. Proceeding her Way to school she met John Perry in company with several cow boys and related the Story. They w ent to the spot where the dead Panther Lay and proceeded to denude it its hide which will made into a Robe and presented to the Young lady. The Panther weighed 210 pounds. Hold it to the Light. How the teacher and his school offi vials harmonize and co operate in the great and important work educating the youth our country is vital importance. In no other we Ork perhaps is Harmony Anion All concerned so essential and in no other work will discord ultimately prove so disastrous a in the affairs education and the non to Cape ration directors and teachers always will and must result in waste Power and labor As w Ell As Money. The teacher is a servant. The sooner he learns and believes this the better for himself and his school. The directors Are the employers the teacher is the employee. The teacher has no right to dictate we would perhaps better say command the directors wad in do How to act but the directors have a Legal right to dictate to the teacher. Many difficulties arise Between teacher and director and otherwise because the arrogance the teacher. When the teacher claims All authority in and Over hic school when he feels offended when any person counsels him even has a request he is certainly acting very unwise and does not fully understand his position nor does he labor to the Best interest himself his school. A but a will some one say a a shall we who have spent years hard labor in studying the science teaching now at the mercy a whimsical and ignorant Public who at Best know Little nothing the Art teaching 7�?� certainly not but although some persons Are a meddling disposition and will a scrupulously interfere with the teachers Best intentions yet Are such cases beginning to rare occurrence. Many persons will from a certain degree modesty allow affairs to go wrong without daring to interfere As they sometimes should. The teacher who considers himself a servant will have no trouble in that direction he will due respect to any suggestion request however untimely it May seem. It would impracticable and detrimental to the Success the school for any teacher to become irritated and Fly into a passion and perhaps into a quarrel because his views and ideas do not coincide with those i employers. The prudent teacher can in such and similar cases Avert much strife and ill feeling being courteous and self possessed reasoning kindly for in this lies a Power strength with the party parties promising to due regard to All concerned appealing to them for help in bringing everything to a Happy and peaceful culmination. Truly none hut the most obstinate and unscrupulous person if he sees that the teacher is sincere in his calling will insist in his own perhaps perverse ruling. Other cases occur Over which the teacher can sail smoothly promising to consider and investigate carefully and to do what seems Best. A slight change alteration in some unimportant matter yet leaving the principle As before would in Many cases result in peace and Harmony and leave you the consciousness that you Are doing your duty toward the children entrusted to your care. Under All circumstances should the teacher encourage the co operation directors. Not Only their co operation but their advice and admonition. You should ask them to offer any suggestion for the betterment your school and should thankfully receive any hint advice. Make them feel that you w ant them to so suggest what they would think Best for Many them have More experience perhaps in certain directions than you. Yes they May have witnessed the failures others and you can profit their experience if you Are Able to grasp the Opportunity. The teacher has reason to Humble because As . Findlay puts it a a he knows so we Are continually wanting in knowledge and skill and should therefore not despise to descend Low enough to learn from the humblest person Yea even from the smallest our pupils. But let not despise ourselves because we arc servants. Truly even though we servants we Are having grand opportunities to sow the Good seed that will grow and will Bear fruit now and will continue to grow eternally. Our lord and master has said a a but whosoever will great among you let him your minister and whosoever will chief among you let him your let therefore continue the Good work with renewed vigor and strength submissively never leaving out sight the All absorbing importance our calling. Ellen Anderman to Annie k. Williams j acre new Philadelphia $ 300 Maurice Moody to Ettie Cort Wright lot 6, Dennison. 200 j m Huston to Stewart a Romig lot 21, part 22, Dennison .150 James Shields to Emaline Snook 77 acres and lots 7,8 and 9, Sandy. John a Kothe to James a Sharp a acre 29 perches Union. Elias c Myers it a1 to Sarah e Lehr lots la and 12, Trenton. Christ. Helmrich to John a. Hostetler 105 acres Dover. The Rock Iron co to Zachary and Francis m Hammond 3 4-10 acres Dover. Theo a Packer to Sylvester w Andreas lot 12 and 13, Uhrichsville. Same to same lot 18, same. Daniel Appl to Jacob l Maurer part lot 4, Bolivar. Jacob Wenger to John f Bigler 51 9-100 acres Clay. Clarissa Ross to Marshall j whee land lots 26 and 27, port Washington. Adam Dunlap to the Board education la acres Perry 112.50 Adam d Howard to Ellsworth Skeels lot 96, Mineral. George Deardorff to William Mitchell 1-5 Aero Dover. Nancy c work to Virginia c Bliss lot 32, Dennison. John Spahr to Gottlieb Sahr 02� acres Auburn. Too 500 5,003 18,375 250 300 200 350 Roo 1,200 i i co 200 300 3,465 Stillwater. James plotts has been the victim a severe attack Quinsey. Andy says if he done to go Home with a girl from Hillside the very next literary it will not his fault presume not. Farmers attention i september 13th, a. A. Gibson bought two pigs each weighing 85 pounds. October 31st he sold one them which weighed 204 pounds a gain 119 pounds in 47 Days More than 24 pounds per Day. Now if you can beat that Chip in. The result pleasant Grove school examination for october is As follows Zona Latto and Hun. Sproul 86 Bertha heed and Bun. Brainard 85 Gatha George and Brade Latto 80. None published below so. Will read. A blow at . Yesterdays congressional elections Are not to interpreted As a Flop the country to free Trade As Palmer would have people believe. They Are simply a protest rather a revolt against what has come to known ask Mckin Lewis my a an increase Tariff duties already High enough too High for the Benefit a class manufacturers and to the injury millions Consumers. This revolt Means that while the Republican masses Are As much in favor moderate duties for the Protection Domestic manufactures against destructive foreign Competition As they were in 1888, their minds Are made to have no More legislation for the sole Good Eastern Mill Tribune rep minister Lincoln will resign. Ohio agricultural station. Next to the cabbage worm the worst insect enemy the cabbage is the Aphis Plant Louse which is so often found upon the leaves and in the Heads in great numbers. This is a Small bluish White insect that subsists upon the sap the Plant and multiplies with great rapidity. Like most the Peculiar family to which it belongs this insect has the Power not common among insects to bring Forth living Young but with most those that have been carefully studied there is in the fall a sexual generation which the True eggs Are Laid and in this egg state most them pass the Winter. But although the cabbage Aphis has been known both in Europe and in America for More than a Century the sexual generation has never heretofore been found and entomologists did not know where when the eggs were Laid nor How the insect passed the Winter. Recent investigations however carried at the Ohio Experiment station . C. M. W erd conclusively that the sexual Gem ration develop late in autumn the cabbage and that the eggs Are Laid the cabbage leaves. The True male is a Small winged creature with a More slender body than the other winged forms. The egg laying female has no wings and is Pale Green in color this discovery the fact that the insect passes the Winter in the egg state the cabbage leaves has an important economic bearing. It suggests As one the Best w ays preventing the injuries this pest the destruction Dur ing Winter the old cabbage leaves with the eggs upon them instead leaving them undisturbed until Spring As is too often done. Watering milk Lor Cream raising. The Cornell University Experiment station has made a series experiments in setting milk for Cream raising different methods the results which As summarized in Bulie Tion no. 20 that station Are As follows in eleven trials where the milk was set in the Cooley Creamer with ice water at a temperature 44 degrees the average per cent fat in the skim milk was .23. In eleven trials where milk was diluted with an equal weight cold water and set in the open air the average per cent fat in the skim milk was 1.38. In six trials where milk was diluted with 20 and 50 per cent cold water the average per cent fat in the skim milk was 1.24. In ten trials where milk was diluted with to to Looper cent its weight hot water the average per cent fat in the skim milk was 111. In two trials where milk was set in deep cans without dilution in running water at 60 to 63 degrees the average per cent fat in the skim milk was -89. In two trials where milk was set in shallow cans at 60 degrees and 64 degrees the average per cent fat in the skim milk was .48. In one trial where milk was set in shallow Sand one third its weight water at 120 degrees added the per cent fat in the skim milk was .75. Frog in her stomach. A new discovery. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You May yourself one the Many who know from personal experience just How Good a thing it is. A 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 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. C. Miller so songs drug store. A lady a perfect companion. Chicago nov. To. Minister Robert t Lincoln left Springfield saturday night for Washington. On arrival at the capital he will prefer a request to relieved his Mission to the court St. James and when the diplomatic forms have been complied with will return to Chicago to resume the practice Law. Having purchased the meat Marke t John g. Walker East High Street we intend to offer to the Public the very Best fresh and cured meat chickens turkeys Etc., at the lowest current prices. We respectfully invite a share Public patronage. Yours respectfully 45w8 Donahey so sons. J Good building lots Well located in the City Wichita a. Would Trade for town property in new Philadelphia canal Dover for land in Tuscarawas county. A bargain for any one wanting to go West. For particulars inquire Samuel Moore agent. Of a. Bippus is son is Solo agent in new Philadelphia for chases Barley malt whisky. Rich and pure it is a Fine tonic for the weak arid feeble it strengthens the lungs. 44tv4 to rent a la room House cellar Cis Tern City water grate fires and Sprink Ler for Street about october first. Inquire at clerks office. 33tf for Sale. A local sensation was developed at the West end the City this morning the announcement that a Frog had been removed from mrs. Abbie Taylor a Stom Ach. The woman when seen a reporter. Said that . Matthew travers had removed the Frog from her stomach to Day. She had been treated a number physicians for a tumor which she was supposed to have her stomach. Mrs. Taylor for the past eight years has had a ravenous appetite and at times has been very sick. She has been the Point submitting to an operation several times and at last consented. She said she must have drank the Frog in the water Over eight years ago. The Frog is exhibited at the woman a House and Many callers have been received to Day. The Frog has Tho appearance a dried Toad and wan partially de Globe. I it i Ileal stand taken tile it. S. Express. The anti lottery Law going into effect sept. 19, effectually closing the mails to any lottery and making it a crime to Send any advertisements tickets that sort through the mails recourse was taken to the express. As soon As the increase business in this line came to the knowledge the officers tile United states express co., an order was at once forwarded to All agents forbidding them to receive Forward any lottery tickets advertisements any package which they had reasons to believe contained such articles Money to Purchase them. This express company has taken a decided stand in regard to this important question and if All express companies were the same mind the lottery would have very poor picking. Jack rabbits. A thorough bred Short Horn Bull four years old perfectly gentle and weighs about 1,600 pounds. Will Tak it $55. For information apply at times office. Houses Tor Sale. A number desirable residences Iii new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Knoire at times office. Your distressing cough can cured we know it because Kempis Balsam within the past few years Lias cured so Many coughs and colds in this Community. Its remarkable Sale has been won entirely its genuine Merit. Ask some Friend who has used it what he thinks Kempis Balsam. There is no Medicine so pure none so effective. Large bottles 5oc and $1 All druggists. Sample bottle free. 15yl 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. And $1. Sample bottles free. Painless Chu birth our new Book tells How any woman May become a Mother without suffering any pain whatever. Also How to treat and overcome morning sickness swelled limbs and other evils attending pregnancy. It is reliable and highly endorsed physicians As the wife a True private company . Send two cent stamp for descriptive circulars and confidential letter sent in sealed envelope. Addres Frank Thomas amp co. Publishers Baltimore my. 4oyl we the highest Market Price for hides and poultry All kinds. Donahey amp sons. East High St., new Philadelphia. 45w3 a few More websters Large dictionaries will closed out at $2.50. Come before they Are All gone. Wells drug store 46w3 new Philadelphia All books teachers Reading Circle kept in Stock at teachers rates. Wells drug store 46w3 new Philadelphia All school books furnished with Holden a Patent Book covers free Cost. We Are sole agents. Wells drug store 43w3 new phila., Do you want a suit overcoat pair pants made to order so w. C. Sutton is co. Have just what you want and can please you in style and fit the festive Jack Rabbit is a strict vegetarian and will not touch grease any kind nor will to tackle vegetables that Are seasoned with grease. Or chartists in Colorado take advantage this fastidiousness and protect their Trees from his incisors rubbing the body the Trees with a Bacon Rind. In gents furnishing goods we Lead them All. Underwear in All prices. Neckwear the latest styles. Gloves so Hose Etc., in endless varieties. Every thing in our line at prices that defy Competition. Call and examine our Stock and get prices. 44w4 w. C. Sutton so co. For Sale a 70 acre tract Good land live Miles from new Philadelphia 45 acres Good coal�?4 it. Vein easy Access it. Of Blackband Ore under 20 acres. Fair buildings Good Orchard Good Spring near the House. Liberal Price and terms easy. A bargain in it. Call at the times office. I if you Are wanting anything in the clothing hat Cap gents furnishing goods line Call w. C. Sutton so co. They carry the largest Stock and can not fail to please Jou. Prices guaranteed. 44hark signs Model t Ltd a

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