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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 14, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio 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 every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 $ 1 00 2 00 3 00 5 00 8 00 $ 2 00 5 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 13 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 40 00 s 5 00 15 00 22 50 so business notices ten cents per line. Volume in. New Philadelphia o., thursday november 14, 1889. Number 46. Business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. P r. M. S. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio Over citizens National Bank. Office 44yl John w. Nixon m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl toxin s. Graham u attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday november 14, 1889. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Aytek new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Olio at the following rates one year in Advance.$1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 j ii. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House Ortli Broadway. 47yl Samuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas liar Sou and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Lummel Block second floor. A car remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Ctr address All matter intended for publication to the times. The Montana robbery. Having a larger Stock italian bees than i wish to keep i will sell a portion them at fair prices. They arc in condition. Call the editor the times. The weeks doings. 0 a e s zl2c.e w w wanted to canvass for the Sale Nursery Stock steady employment guaranteed. Salary and expenses paid to successful men. Apply at once stating age mention t his papi r. I am Bebuti ours company Rochester new York. Til decl la omit oct a the instalment plan by Nav Jtj 1.x x a which you can sell our popular books payments savings 50 cents a week will insure you Twenty times As Many sales As Cash deliveries without fail. Write immediately for particulars. Address lyceum publish 1 nil ti.a�u1 �1ncis�?T wanted May 15, Mil i. S. A a. P. Lacey procure patents in the v. 8., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. S. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc. Sent free. Address r. S. A a. P. Lacey Patent att is Quot Washington d. Feb. 2, �?T8syl real estate Eor Sale Exchange desirable farms in Tuscarawas county and other counties Ohio and in other states. Small tracts land near new Philadelphia. A Florida Orange Grove a number desirable residences business properties stocks goods a. Money to loan first mortgage at Low rates. F. S. Mom 11, atty at Law. Office in Mclean a Block new Philadelphia 0. March 14, 1889 12tf wanted. Salesmen to introduce and Soli our line Stock in their own write for our special terms to salesmen during the present season. Exclusive territory granted. Salary and expenses paid to Good men. Address at once Selover amp Atwood nurserymen Geneva new York. Oct. 3, 5m children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. It Lias been announced by a Chicago paper that congressman Butterworth Cincinnati will move to Chicago to engage in the Lav business. There is no Chance for Benny to go to the u. S. Senate. Church members a Tuscarawas county congregation Are All split up Over a discussion about jobs boils and the factions Are known As obites and anti obites. One party claims that he was a real patient Man while the other says that a Man covered with boils and having lost his property we rite such a press. Ohio state journal a a the democratic ticket in 1892, will be Hill and we have no objection to seeing Campbell the ticket As second place but Hill will have to satisfy the democracy the country that lie did not knife Cleveland in 18-8, before lie will get the nomination. It looks As though his skirts were not clean. Buy now Silks velvets pushes dress goods lives poor men Oft remind us honest toil done to stand a Chance More we work we leave behind us bigger patches our pants. On our pants once new and Glossy now Are patches a different Hue All because subscribers linger and will not pay us what is due. Then let them be up and doing Send in your mite be it so Small when the snows Winter we will have no pants at Exchange. There Are already quite a number candidates for speaker the House representatives. We notice among the number mentioned Hon. J. P. Por Besof Coshocton and Hon. John e. Monot Stark. We would like very much to see . Forbes in the chair As speaker lie is an Active member the House and Well qualified to preside Over that body. We Hope he will get there. Colors and Black by the Yard. Our All Wool French Cashmere at cents a Yard Are unequalled value. 50 latest novelties in dress trimmings Gimps fringes applique effects braids buttons dress linings and dress makers findings. Novelties in fur trimmings. Largest variety Best goods in hosiery and underwire for men woman and children. Largest Stock fall and Winter wraps for ladies and children. Jackets and Long wraps in cloth Seal Plush jackets Coats and mantles guaranteed to Wear Well at lowest prices. Finest Alaska Seal skin Coats and jackets also shoulder capes Boas and muffs in All the fashionable furs. Garments sent c. O. With examination privilege the Best kid gloves $1.00 a pair and upwards. Blankets Eider Down quilts table linens towels lace curtains heavy curtains table covers and upholstering. Write for samples and prices. There is a great amount philosophizing As to the cause the Republican overthrow in Ohio and Iowa. Some have it the liquor question in both states. Some have it the third term in Ohio and some Foraker a meddling in municipal affairs. All these things contributed to some extent in the overthrow but the chief Factor we think in both states was the change the Tariff question. People see the necessity Tariff Reform and Are voting their sentiments. Republicans Are already uneasy about the situation and a movement toward a Radical change the Tariff will be instituted at the next Congress. Harrison will recommend it in his message. Democrats should press Onward in this matter for it is the a a slogan the party for 1892. Grover Cleveland was right hut the a a Wool was still Over the eyes the people in 18s8. It is pealing off nicely now. The Republican plot to steal the state Montana and by fraud add to the party majority in the United states Senate is now in full headway. Yesterday president Harrison issued his proclamation admitting the state into the Union knowing the seriou3 complication its political affairs. The state went democratic governor so decidedly that there was no Chance for the returning Board to reverse the verdict. The democrats elected a majority the legislature hut As this carried with it two United states senators it was determined by the Republican plotters to steal enough seats to change the results. Silver Bow county offered an Opportunity and the votes one precinct were thrown out for alleged informality in the returns. The courts were appealed to with the result a decision that the county canvassing Board must count the votes the precinct in dispute thus giving the delegation and the legislature to the democrats. Notice Appeal was Given and last Vod mesday set for the decision that motion. On monday the Republican state canvassing Board anticipated the tinal action the courts by canvassing the vote the state throwing out the votes in the disputed precinct and declaring the Republican candidates in Silver Bow county elected to the legis later. Certificates were issued by the Hoard to those candidates and the Hoard then adjourned sine die so As to he beyond reach a counter order. On wednesday the court decision was Given rejecting the Appeal and again ordering the full vote Silver Bow county to he counted. The clerk that county in compliance with the order issued certificates to the democratic candidates. The Republican papers that have referred to the Montana matter said the republicans wanted nothing hut what was legally theirs and would abide by the division the courts. That decision gives the legislature and two United states senators to the democrats. But the republicans have disregarded the decision usurped the legislature and will Send to Quot Washington two republicans claiming to have been chosen United states senators. This has been done with the consent and in the interest those very near the administration. The act usurpation was followed promptly by the proclamation the president admitting Montana. It is not to be supposed for a moment that the democrats Montana will quietly submit to this Lawless proceeding. They have a majority the legislature legally elected and holding certificates from the officials authorized to Issue them. If two republicans Are chosen senators by a majority made up with the Aid the illegal members from Silver Bow then two democrats will probably he chosen senators by a majority made up by the Aid the legally elected members from Silver Bow and the United states Senate will have to choose Between them. Very Likely a partisan majority in that body will decide in accordance with party wishes instead with the Law hut such a proceeding will m the end Cost the Republican party More than the gain by the a fiendish act. Go to Hinkle amp co., for bread pies and cakes. 46w3. Thanksgiving Day thursday november 28th. _ $1,500 to loan enquire f. S. Kornig Mcclane Block. 46tf . And mrs. Charles Birch West fair Street gave an elegant Tea to a number their lady and gentlemen friends Friday evening last. The occasion was a highly enjoyable one to All present. The Young ladies Emanuel a lutheran Church give a Basket and Pound social and also some ice Cream cake and Coffee thursday in the basement. A Nice Little programme has been prepared and you will be Well entertained. We. I. Mckee As administrator the estate Ann e. Leggett will sell at Public auction december 14th, the farm known As the Nathan Leggett farm 7 Miles East new Philadelphia the Salt Well Road. Said to be a valuable farm. The new Law requiring that voters shall not congregate within 75 feet polling places for electioneering purposes worked like a Charm election Day. It is a Good Law and prevents undue influence upon voters. It meets the approval All parties. A Freddy a night watchman at the pipe works met with a severe Accident monday night last lie was pouring Oil to Start up a fire when the can exploded burning him severely and in falling Down broke one his legs the fractured Bones protruding through the flesh. Messes. Hinkle amp Coley Bakers and confectioners East High Street have added to their popular establishment a new bread Wagon and Are now prepared to deliver bread Etc. This new feature will save the trouble running to the bakery every time you want bread pies cakes. We can heartily recommend this firm As first class in their line. Will deliver bread every Day. 46w3. On saturday night last a fellow by the name Deitrich who worked for . Hartline we ent to Strasburg to Nicholas Peterman and asked to hire his horse to go to some Point we did not learn where. Peterman refused to hire him his horse and he Deitrich said he would get one somewhere and left. A Little later in the evening Jacob faucet from the country missed his valuable Mare from the hitching rack in front Jacob Gap Fertz a store where he had hitched her. Search Wras made for the Mare and she was found in a condition that showed the most brutal and fiendish work. The Mare had been taken up the Road above Strasburg near the cemetery and there the fiend whoever he May be Cut the mares Throat Cut her Tongue out and Hung it a stake and disembowel a her. Suspicion pointed toward Deitrich and he was thereupon arrested and taken before a Squire Haas monday when the examination was begun and continued Over until tuesday afternoon. The evidence showed that Deitrich had tried to hire a horse Peterman a Short i time before the Mare faucet was missed. The testimony Hartline showed that he carried a Large Sharp knife and a revolver and that he had a vicious temper. The knife and revolver were missing when he was his coat bore Marks spots blood the sleeve though the sleeve had been washed As far up As the elbows and the lining had also been taken out which Are very suspicious circumstances. At this writing the hearing had not been completed and we cannot therefore give further particulars. If this Man should prove to he the guilty one he should have the full penalty the Law and that is entirely too mild if guilty. The tortures practice by the red Man would he More appropriate in this Case. The Mare was valued at $2o0. As to the motive to the crime some think it was done through anger. The Mare was known to he a Little Cross to strangers and would resist any attempt to get her Back. The presumption is that the fellow led her up the Road to the cemetery and there attempted to get her Hack when the Mare probably showed fight and he in anger did the deed this version it however looks rather unreasonable. Election returns. From Sustar Creek. Real estate transfers. The official vote in Tuscarawas coun Jas politics will now be Laid aside for to state and county officials is As j a while we will again Endeavor to con follows governor. Campbell a. 5254 Foraker a. 4257 majority. 997 Ile wig prohibition candidate for governor received344 votes lieutenant governor. Marquis a. 5231 Lampson a. 4307 majority. 924 treasurer state. Bodend. 5223 Brownr. 431790g tribute a Small portion the news to your newsy paper Solomon Hochstetler Holmes co., spent sunday with his brother Amos at this place. The firm Beachy amp Troyer have Laid m a Large Stock Winter goods and Are offering musical instruments to their customers they take the Lead in this Section. Amos Hochstetler bought the hardware store f. Shift a Slanesville and will move it to this place m a few Days. Stealing two dealer. Senatorial another ticket for 1892. Joseph Horn amp co �?~>09 to 021 Penn Avenue Pittsburg a. Oct. 24,18v9. 43yl a bargain for Farmers we take pleasure in informing our readers that the Ohio Parmer which has a National reputation As the leading agricultural journal this country is offered for the remainder this year and All the next for Only one Dollar. Its very Large circulation now Numar ing Over sixty five thousand subscribers going to every state in the Union and its Liberal advertising patronage enables its publishers to give to the Farmers this country one the very Best most enterprising reliable and instructive agricultural live Stock and family journals America at the very Low Price Only one Dollar per year. The Ohio Farmer is published at Cleveland Ohio is National in everything except in name is a lg-page�?g4-collumn�?weekly 52 issues a year and is acknowledged authority All agricultural subjects. It is conducted by an Able and experienced editorial management that Spires no expense labor to add everything possible to its value. Specimen copy and Premium list will be sent free to All applicants by addressing the Ohio Parmer Cleve and o., the democracy having won a glorious Victory in Ohio should now tread cautiously in the legislative Halls. Let us have a clean Cut and honest administration. The cities should to restored to Home Rule by the repeal the obnoxious Law and the Power vested again in the people. The state institutions should be put under Good management by selecting and appointing none but men Good and True. One the important duties the next legislature will have to perform is the election a United states senator. We want an Able and honest Many a Tariff reformer and an anti monopolist one who will oppose the trusts such a Man As the Hon. Lawrence t. Neal the Hon. Virgil p. Cline Are the class that should fill that High office. Our representatives should remember that if they Ever expect to he re elected to the House they will vote for a Good Man for s senator. You Are probation now and More important duties devolve this coming legislature than has devolved upon it for several years. Do not be owned by any ring a Click that May want to bridle you for any the old ring masters. It is a Little Early to nominate a candidate for the presidency for 1892, hut recent events in the we est will naturally cause the thoughts the people to dwell that interesting subject. In Case the National democracy shall he unable to find a Leader to its liking in Illinois in new York How would it do to go Over in Iowa Down into Ohio Horace Boies the governor elect Iowa is a Lively stepper and there is a a Rise up Williaim Allens air about James e. Campbell the governor elect Ohio. The Herald has no desire to precipitate a controversy any sort but How will this ticket answer for 1s92 for president James e. Campbell Ohio. For vice president Horace boie3 Iowa. Platform hit Mem again. _ to 1ie Deputy sheriff. We hear that Pat. Read is to he Deputy sheriff under . Goeler. We congratulate him and wish him Success in his new Field. We fully believe that . Goeler will make a first class sheriff and we feel satisfied he has made no mistake in employing . Read As his Deputy. He is Young Active and sober and fully capable performing the duties devolving upon him. Read is deserving because the valuable services rendered . Goeler in his Campaign. Pat. Has been editing the Standard for Over three years Quot and has been quite a Hustler. As we understand it the Standard w ill he disposed As . Read cannot attend to the duties Deputy and edit the paper too. Houses for Sale. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. Among the Many prominent gentlemen mentioned for United states senator is . John ii. Thomas Springfield He is a leading manufacturer Springfield and employs a great amount labor. He is a stranger to us but we find he is strongly endorsed by the hons. Lawrence t. Neal m. K. Harter and Virgil p. Kline Cleveland w to say they Are not in the race. To he endorsed by such men is sufficient guaranty his ability honesty and integrity to satisfy us he is a gentleman worthy the support the democracy Ohio. Or. Thomas was a member the state executive committee and contributed largely his time and Means to secure the election Campbell and a democratic legislature. Lie has always been an enthusiastic Democrat and a hard worker for put and it is right that he should be rewarded lie is a Man the people and works with the masses and another very important trait . Thomas is that he is a Tariff reformer and Able to fight the Battle for the people in the Senate. Lie should have the Hearty support All Tariff reformers and we sincerely Hope our representatives will use All honorable Means for his election. A woman h discovery. A another wonderful discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this county. Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She bought us a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption and was so much relieved taking first dose that she slept All night and with one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name is mrs. Luther thus we rite w. Hamrick amp co., Shelby n. a free trial bottle at f. Miller amp soils drug store. Or. John Allen an highly respected citizen this place aged 71 years died at his residence tuesday evening this week. He had been an invalid for a Long time with consumption. He leaves a wife and two daughters mrs. E. Redpath and mrs. I. Getzman to mourn his loss and who have the sympathy their Many friends. The funeral will take place thursday at 2 clock p. M. Mother Goose and her family accompanied by a the shaking quakers a have accepted the kind invitation the ladies the High Street band the presbyterian Church new Philadelphia to visit their City and we ill appear at the opera House the evening november 21st, at 7 30 clock. Everybody earnestly solicited to attend. We will Endeavor to please you admission adults 20c children 10c. Yours sincerely Mother Goose. Godfrey Grid he Pittsburgh brother Andrew Grid he and mrs. Sylva Nus crites this City died at the residence the latter saturday lung and liver trouble aged 43 the deceased had been in the employ one the express companies at Pittsburgh for Many years and was a very efficient employee lie was a Young Man excellent habits and was held in High esteem by his Many friends and acquaintances. He was married about 7 months ago to miss Tunick Pittsburgh whom he leaves 11 is remains were Laid to rest in the new Philadelphia cemetery tuesday afternoon. On saturday night one we Himes a Coal Miner imbibed too freely liquor and being a vicious nature wanted to kill some one. To in company with Frank Gregory we ent into Wengert a Saloon. Gregory cautioned limes to quiet Down and not make such threats and called Tor a Glass Beer for Wenger refused to give it to him and off ered him a Glass Seltzer this insulted Himes and he became boisterous. Wenger put him out his place. Gregory had gone out ahead Himes and was standing in front Kuen clip a meat Market when Himes came along and attacked Gregory with a knife. He Cut him the Hack the head and hand and three gashes in the Side. Gregory is considerably Hurt hut will survive limes was arrested and lodged m the cooler. Monday morning he was taken before mayor Mcgregor a charge cutting with intent to kill. He offered a plea guilty. Mayor Mcgregor thought Best to have a hearing and so continued the Case until Gregory is Able to appear and sent limes to jail. The penalty will Likely be severe if held the charge. Young lady Cut to pieces. Majority. Attorney general. Lewis a. 522s Watson it. 4311 majority. Supreme judge. Follett Dickman a. 91 majority. Board Public works. Reynolds a. Hahn it. 4311 914 5202 4338 majority. 8g4 school commissioner. Miller a. Hancock a. 5199 4308 majority. Clerk supreme court. Shumaker a. Hester a. Majority. State senator. Buchanan a. Quinn a. Majority. Representatives. Troendly a. 5221 Benferd. 4739 Garver r4gg8 Kollar a. 4293 renter s majority 71 troendly a 535. Sheriff. Goeler a. Moore a. New Philadelphia nov. 7. At Shanesville this county last wednesday miss Emma Hickson the eight teen year old daughter Amos Hickson was run Over by the cars and killed. She had been to the i Ostoffie and in crossing the Railroad track returning Home was struck by the rear cars a broken train and her body literally Cut to . Coroner Downey was called in the above Case and the evidence showed that the Young lady had done her shopping at East Shanesville and started Home Down the Railroad and when about one half Mike Down the track where there was a farm crossing she saw a height train coming which blew the proper signal. She stepped off at the farm crossing until the train passed As she thought and stepped the track again looking in the direction the train was moving. The train men had Cut the train a Short distance below the crossing and was making a rapid run with the engine and front part the train while the rear part was coming under the management a Brake Raan unseen by the Young lad a crushing her to death. The brakeman called to her As loud As he could but the noise the moving train in front her drowned his voice. The Coroner will Render a verdict holding the Railroad company responsible for the death and guilty Gross negligence. It was a sad Case and a Shock to her friends. The chamber torture majority. County commissioner. Westhafer a. Wardell 11. Majority. County treasurer. Forney a. Welty a. Majority. Infirmary director. Delong a. It is a mystery to Richard Funk How the boys got his whisky barrel out his Saloon halloween. A Short time ago there was a mock legislature organized at this place. J. M. Richardson was chosen speaker and u. G. Hostetler clerk the House. It will be guided by the standing rules and orders for conducting business in the House repro Stative the United states. The object is to become further advanced in literary pursuits and better acquainted with the working machinery the u. S. So far the organization has proved successful and Good prospects for doing much Good. Miss Emma Ellixon a grown Young lady living in the country near this place was wont to come Here frequently and in doing so went along the Railroad track which ran near by her Home. On last wednesday afternoon she left r,22 i this place for Home and As usual went along the Railroad track. When she had gone hut a Little ways from the station a freight train came in opposition. She stepped off from the track hut unnoticed by her the train had been uncoupled and when the front part the train was past it is supposed she thou to it was All past and stepped Back the track when the rear end the train struck her killing her instantly and badly mutilating the body. Her remains were Laid 10 rest at Shanesville Friday. The bereaved family have our sympathy in their sad bereavement. Relate refer. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds 891 5233 4311 5198 4272 927 f. W. Mccauley to Ina p. Edson lot 151, Uhrichsville $50. Geo. E. Campbell to Frank c. Harvey lot 120, new Philadelphia $2,400. Henry Stephan to Mary Jones lots 23, 24, 25, Mooreville $50. J. T. Ro3enborough to Ida c. Baxter 20 3-4 Square rods Oxford $135. Samuel Schlup to Sarah Llowes lots 7, 8, 13, new Philadelphia $175. We. Scitz to Peter Steitz 4 acre Auburn township $35. T. H. Loller to Rob. Thom lot 6, Dennison $225. Maurice Moody to Isabella White lot 43, Dennison $150. Maurice Moody to Annie e. White lots is and 19, Dennison $100. Maurice Moody to Edward m. Lowe lot a Dennison $200. We. Ii. Galbraith to we. Barnhill 80 acres Perry $2,400. Cliff. Grimes to John and William r. Sharp part lot 150, new Philadelphia $1,100. Geo. Ii. Beans to Sarah Hykes \ acre Goshen $160. Hester Mclveen it Al to Philip Fuhr 7 31-100 acres Mill $1,006.50. 4734 4662 71 5146 4399 747 4857 4692. 15 5136 personal mention. M. Blackburn Illinois is visiting . And mrs. J. Spence. . Campbell Lorain is visiting friends in new Philadelphia. Compiler a. 4379 majority. 7c mrs. Harry Evans Odon 111., after a three weeks visit with friends in this county returned to her Home. A the in none to . Me. Donahey Westchester this county was visiting his brother clerk Donahey during the past week. Is the apartment to which the unhappy sufferer from inflammatory rheumatism is confined. If Ere the crisis Dain is reached that Fine preventive i Lostetter a stomach bitters is used by persons a rheumatic tendency much unnecessary suffering is avoided. Nervine Anodyne and sedatives while having none hut a specific effect Are yet very desirable at times. Yet can they produce no lasting effect upon rheumatism because they have no Power to eliminate from the blood the rheumatic virus. Hostetter a stomach bitters does this and checks at the outset a disease which if allowed to gain headway it is next to impossible to dislodge to do More than relieve. Rheumatism it should he remembered is a disease with a fatal tendency from its proneness to attack the heart. A resort to the bitters should therefore he prompt. Dyspepsia kidney complaint malaria and nervousness Are relieved by it. 43w4�?40yl and the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway has no equal. Regulas travellers will have no other and account its superiority it Fias been chosen by the government to carry the fast mail to the Northwest. Its vesti ruled trains Between Chicago St. Paul and Minneapolis Are the finest in the land steam heated and lighted by electricity. Connects at St. Paul with All lines running to Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and Northwest British territory. The line from Chicago to Council Bluffs and Omaha is the shortest Between these Points the equipment is unsurpassed Pullman sleeping cars to Council Blu Lis and reclining chair cars the latest improved pattern Are run free for individuals parties holding second class tickets thus saving expense and securing Comfort. Connects at Council Bluffs with Union Pacific railway for Points in Nebraska Colorado Wyoming Utah Idaho Oregon Nevada Aud California. All ticket agents sell tickets via this popular route and you will make no mistake by asking for your tickets by the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway. Eor further information and a new map the United states Send to Geo. Ii. Heafford first assistant Gene ral passenger and ticket agent Milwaukee to we. Kelly travelling passenger agent 23 Clinton Block Columbus Ohio., . And mrs. Or. Schweitzer a Ron came Down to attend the wedding and remained several Days the guests . And mrs. O. Ii. Hoover. . Ellis Redpath Boston came tuesday to visit her parents . And mrs. John Allen. Or. Allen is lying very ill with consumption with no hop his recovery. Miss Flora Williams daughter . And mrs. Frank Wiliams will Leavi saturday this week for Cleveland where she will reside the coming Winter with her aunt and learn the Milia Nery business. Miss Flo. Is a Good girl and no doubt will he successful in her new undertaking. Or. E. Helmreich Halo mo., and editor the Hale City times gave the times office a pleasant Call monday. Or. Ill Reich had been summoned to canal Dover account the serious illness his father. He is a Bright Young Man and making a Success his paper. _ a sensible mail. Resolutions respect. Whereas it has pleased the supreme ruler the universe to remove from our Council by the hand disease and death our worthy brother Frederick in my therefore he it resolved by philos Council no. 390, Royal Arcanum that in the death brother Kinzy this Council loses a worthy member the town an honest citizen and his family an affectionate Parent and that we tender to the afflicted family our deep sympathy in their bereavement. Resolved that while we mourn the loss our brother from our earthly councils we have an Assurance that while this our earthly Tabernacle May he dissolved we have in store for us a building not made with hands eternal in the heavens where we shall be reunited m a Blissful state immortality beyond the grave. Resolved that our Council charter he draped in mourning for 30 Days in Token respect for our deceased brother. Resolved that our town newspapers be requested to publish these resolutions and that a copy the same he forwarded to the family the deceased. Respectfully submitted c. Ii. Mathews a . Knisely r Muttee w. H. Walton. J Mizee new Philadelphia nov. 8, 1889. We have the men. The first Gas. A great Surprise is in store for All who use Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs the great guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it is sold its merits and that any druggist is authorized by the proprietor this wonderful remedy to give you a Sample bottle free it never fails to cure acute chronic coughs. All druggists sell Kempis Balsam. Large bottles 50 cents and $1. Drunkenness liquor habit. Subscribe for the times if you want a Good paper for $1. Or. James a. Thompson one new Philadelphia a esteemed citizens died at Iii late residence in this City Friday last paralysis aged 78 years. Or. Thompson was one the most even tempered men that Ever did duty in our court House. He served in the capacity court Bailiff for thirty five years always giving perfect satisfaction. When in charge a jury no one had Access to any member nor did he Ever Tell before a verdict was arrived at How the jury stood. The judges and attorneys were All attached to him. The members the bar headed by judges Hance and Peart marched in a body to witness the last sad rites Over a Friend and citizen. Or. Thompson was one the pit cers the county you May say. Lie leaves a wife and grown up children two whom live in Montana. He remained a few Days ago that a if a Man lived As he thought was right he would not fear to a Short time before his death he joined the presbyterian Church and requested Rev. Cook to a announce to the we orld that he was a believer in Christ and that lie died to save the world who believe in his remains w Ere Laid to rest Ishii Day last. In All the world there is but one cure Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea 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 dental notice. The first recorded discovery Nat ural Gas in the United states resulted from brings made within the present limits the City Charleston s. C., in 1s15, hut in this Case the Gas does not appear to have been put to any use. In 1821 natural Gas was discovered issuing from a Spring at Fredonia n. Y., this discovery was made by a woman who had gone to the Spring one dark bight to draw some water in a pail. In order to Aid her in doing this she put Down a lantern when the Gas which we As rising from the Spring took fire. This alarmed the woman who hastily dropping j both pail and lantern ran Hack to her i Home fast As possible. This Gas was first collected by excavating and covering the Spring. It was then conveyed into a Small Holder made Copper and from thence to a Mill and several stores where it was used for Light. This was the first practical use natural Gas in the United states. When Lafayette passed through the Village in 1824 the hotel called the Taylor House was illuminated with this Gas in Honor this distinguished Man. The Well is said to be producing yet and Fredonia is still lighted by natural a ican. Would use Balsam for the Throat and lungs. It is curing More eases coughs cold asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung troubles than any other Medicine. The proprietor has authorized any druggist to give you a Sample bottle free to convince you the Merit this great remedy. Large bottles 50c and $1. To Chicago. Autumn excursion via the Pennsylvania lines. On thursday nov. 14th, excursion tickets will he sold from Uhrichsville Junction p. Amp St. Louis Ray to Chicago via the Pennsylvania lines at rate $8.75, Good returning until monday nov. 18th, inclusive. The american fat Stock show will he in Progress during the limits this excursion. 45 w2 the supreme court new York Lias rendered an opinion in the sugar Trust Case in which it holds the conduct the Trust unlawful. The court dissolves the Trust. That should he the Fate All trusts and the Day is coming not far in the future when All the states will follow this decision. The impression having gone out that we have sold our practice and retired from the dental business we wish to state that we Only disposed our interest in the fixtures and contracts the old office since which time we have been practising at residence. For the convenience our Many patrons we have removed our office into a neat room Over the citizens National Bank where we Are fully equipped to operate in dentistry in All its branches. 44 w3. . Vail. Fine Job printing done a a Call a at the times office. 1 he verdict i unanimous. W b suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six bottles and was cured rheumatism ten years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Ohio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 20 years experience is electric thousands others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases the liver kidneys blood. Only half Dollar a bottle at f c Jiller amp songs drug store. On a recent sunday morning the rats entered a coloured Church at Natchez in such numbers that the congregation had to adjourn. It was estimated that 1,000 the rodents put in an appearance. And they Are Loo i ones even if eur arms lit. Not Tho rest. This question arms is a live one in Europe where lighting May to expected at any time but we the very warlike and extremely Unmil itary Sovereign people the United states can afford to View it with indifference. Wre know that we have millions fighting men ready to Spring to arms at their country Scall. The arms they would Spring to May not be the Best but the men Are splendid. We have Springfield i Les for a few thousands Tho millions and have provided by the Law the land in Force in the year Grace 1889, that each Man All the rest shall have a a Good Musket Forelock two spare hints a sufficient Bayonet a and other warlike gear except in the Case officers each whom must have a a Spon Toon and a sword Hanger a As he May elect. Our criterion military excellence is very different from that Europe. There it is the capability men to Gei into position to shoot and to shoot straight and Quick hero it is the prettiness with which soldiers under police escort can March up the main Street a great Tow i. We consider it the part Wisdom to prepare for More peace in time peace but should a foreign foe suddenly attack us Tho pulse the Patriot would thrill at the spectacle presented by our armies springing to their arms and marching Down Broadways under the Protection the Broadway squad a each Man the rank and file bravely bearing along his Forelock his two spare hints and his sufficient Bayonet and every officer gallantly brandishing his Hanger and flourishing his Spon Toon while the cowering and cowardly enemy was pitching 2,000 Pounder Hells among them from a Safe position off Coney Magazine. A the brotherhood carpenters and joiners is now one the most powerful organizations in the country it has 05,000 members in its 623 brandies. Pungent paragraphs. A the pen enables a Young Man to give his girl a inkling his capital. A figures can to lie but lies figure site extensively in almost All statistical transcript. A a new play is entitled a the headless another Opportunity perhaps for brainless Herald. A pupils at the school politics learn the arts paving the Way to office and the drainage the Public . O. Picayune. A Tommy a pop. What a a philanthropist a . Gill a a philanthropist my son is a Man who would Ather Supply a dozen men with a Collar apiece than give one Man a a Boston Gazette. A wife who never lets her husband forget that she is doing the housework a a my poor hands have been working aver since in be been husband know your poor Tongue a epoch. A a Tommy a said a Mother to her 3even-year-old boy a you must not interrupt to when Lam talking with ladies. You must wait till we Stop and then Yon can a but you never Stop a retorted the boy. A a did you take to for a fool when you married me a cried an angry husband in Tho thick a Domestic quarrel to which the wife meekly responded a no James i did not but then you always said i was no judge . Ledger. A said a physician a Goon health demands that the Mouth be kept closed while we have known instances where a Many a health would have been materially improved if to had kept his Mouth closed shut while free press. A enamoured Swain a for you Darling wad Lay to Doon and a practical Maiden a that sort thing is Clear out Date Willie. What a girl wants nowadays is a Man who will get up and Hustle for haute express. A Down to hard old gents a huh l you think you can support my daughter in Tho Stylo to which she has been accustomed a Young suitors a Well no but i can support her in the style to which her Mother was accustomed a Good Many years after she married old gent subdued a a take her my son and be . Weekly. A Bald headed and very homely old gentleman to photographer a a drat Sulci pictures. Can t you make to look any better than that after five sittings a photographer thoroughly exasperated a �?o1 think i can sir if you will allow me to take the Back your head. It Hasni to so much expression As the other Side but it s a blamed sight a Burlington free press. A Snag by in his office to trim looking Book agent a a we done to want any your blasted literature Here. Git out a agent thought you might want a copy a How to be Happy though snags by a hold ill subscribe for my wife. She a been wanting that Book these ten years. A Drakes Magazine. Dipti Eria in chewing gum about ten Days ago Little Amy Murphy living at West end was chewing gum and not feeling Well gave the gum she had been chewing to another Little girl. The latter chewed it for a while and then passed it to two other playmates. All four girls were soon afterwards taken Down with by Utheria and two have since died. The physicians say that the disease was carried from the Murphy child to the others in the chewing gum. For Sale Only three More those desirable lots North Broadway and four North third Street in Vinton a building lots m new Philadelphia o., easy terms. H. A Alvin Vinton props. John a. Himes agent. 42tf Choice land for Sale. The times newspaper and Job printing office gets out the nicest posters in the county. Call and see samples. A part the Well known Silezin Myers farm at Sandyville station. For terms and particulars enquire m. E. Smith 212 West Tuscarawas Street Canton 40 w8 marriage License granted. We wish our patrons who Are in arrears would pay up to january 1, 1890. It is a big task and involves expense for us to go to every one to collect the re Newal Price our paper. We shall Call those who fail to pay up which will necessitate our charging 1.50. A. Bippus a son Are sole agents in new Philadelphia for chases Barley malt whiskey. Rich and pure it is a Fine tonic for the weak and feeble. It strengthens the lungs. 46w3 John r. Smith and Mary e. Recker. We. Sundheimer and Sarah Garber. Fred. Rodenstein and Anna Schmidt. The to mks Only one Dollar a year. For and Small tracts Dover Road. Cheap lots easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. F. S. Romig. Office in Mcclane Block. 40tf menus pants for 89 cents Worth $1.00, at the new Buffalo clothing House South Broadway. 43w3 Mark Twain a remains. An old Printer tells a new Story the famous humorist. J. H. Stebbins an old Printer gives this unpublished reminiscence Mark Twain a it was when he was known Only As Sam Clemens. To was local reporter the Virginia City Enterprise and i was a Printer the same paper. Clemens was writing humorous sketches but his Fame As a humorist was Young yet. He was an inveterate smoker and smoked the foulest smell ing pipe in Virginia City by All Odds. Clemens office was just off the composing room and although printers As a Rule Are not squeamish about pipes and things this pipe was Breeding a revolution. It smelled so internally bad that to always spoke it As a the there were numerous plots suggested to get a the remains out the Way but we hesitated about putting them into execution when we Learned that it was pipe considerable value and one that he cherished account its associations something. It was Clear however that something had to done and we finally concluded to present Clemens with a new pipe. We had suffered be much from the old pipe a thousand smells that we Felt justified in making him the victim a joke if we could and so to scoured Tho town and bought the cheapest pipe we could find that would pass after night for a Good one. I think it Cost us thirty cents. One night after to had the paper up we All filed solemnly out into the local room and presented Clemens with the pipe. Tyre threw As much ceremony into the presentation As possible. One the boys made an address that was really affecting. He talked about the toilers in Tho profession journalism their Long nights labor when All the rest the world was wrapped in peaceful slumber. Then he worked in some the poetry about tobacco and the Solace it afforded the tired brain. He spoke the warm Friendship that existed Between the local department and the composing room and hoped nothing would Ever occur to sever those Silken ties. Then he handed him Tho Twenty five cent fraud wiped his fingers through his eyes and sat Down. A Clemens was knocked completely out for a time but he pulled himself together and returned his thanks in a very feeling manner. He said the pretty gift from his co workers the paper touched him deeply and he would retain it Long As a souvenir pleasant Days. The old pipe had Long been a Friend and companion. It had been a comforter in lonely hours but this handsome gift from friends he loved made the parting easy and As a Climax to his remarks he threw the Ili smelling old timer out the window. To accepted his invitation to go Down stairs with him and knowing Tho miserable swindle we had perpetrated every Dollar he spent gave us a Pang. A the very next night while Clemens was smoking his new pipe the bowl the cussed thing split open from Stem to St in. Yvo heard him growling to himself and looking out a Hole in the Wall through which he shoved copy we saw him brushing the ashes off his desk and clothes and swearing softly in a very picturesque manner. He did no to say a word to us about the pipe its Fate and you bet to said nothing to him. It was evident however that he had done some thinking for to appeared at the office next night complacently smoking a the remains he had gone Down into the backyard and hunted it . World

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