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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 21, 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. Tour favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Sfach. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. Lye a. One Inch. 11 s 2 00 $ 3 00 $5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 4c 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume in. New Philadelphia o., thursday november 21, 1889. Number 47. Business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office p the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. Or. 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 Tolyl John Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and and Loining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j h. 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 North Broadway. 47yl Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention office in Hummel Block second floor. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. 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 no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller amp son. 6y2 s old a a s i Bdl new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday november 81, 1880. Hummel Block second floor fast High St. Several candidates. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 �3�?othk new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.1.00 if not paid within three m0�?T3 1.50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication to the times. The official count gives Lampson Republican candidate for lieutenant governor a plurality 22 votes. It is a close shave however and May end in a contest. The Farmers Dakota who emigrated to that state in the last two years without any Means ahead Are in a suffering condition and will have to be aided by the state. Wanted to canvass for the Sale Nursery Stock steady employment guaranteed. Salary and expenses paid to successful men. Apply at once stating age mention this paper. Chase Brothers company Rochester York. Til dec la omit oct the Republican papers Are howling at democratic Success this year because they attribute it to the vote the liquor interests. Why not attribute Republican Success in former years to the same cause its a poor Rule that wont work both ways. Quite an additional number candidates for u. S. Senator have announced themselves within the past week. Hon. Calvin Brice Lima o., is one the prominent ones. We Are sorry he is so late coming in the race for his claims upon the democratic party Are second to none. The services rendered in the National Campaign As Well As in the Ohio Campaign just past entitle him to the highest consideration by the House and Senate. Or. Brice is a Young and Active Man and possessed More than Ordinary sagacity and executive ability and has Given time and Money to Aid in both state and National these Are matters that should not be overlooked and should be rewarded where the party rendering the Aid is capable honest and sound the great principles the democratic party. No one can doubt this As being True Calvin Brice. He is a Tariff reformer and has the interests the people at heart and if chosen to represent Ohio in the u. S. States Senate he will be a valuable member that body and Able to push the reforms the party in the interests the masses. While we have spoken highly another we feel that we Are doing no injustice to him in giving equal Praise to Hon Calvin Brice. We Are satisfied our representatives will choose from the number who have been faithful to the party in time the party will be satisfied should the Choice be Calvin Brice. The weeks doings. The poles for the about All planted. Electric wires Are go to Hinkle and cakes. Amp co., for bread pies 46 w3. The weeks doings. The times Only one Dollar a year. As newspaper offices printing office must be have a Devil a patents. By s., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining ii. S. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc., sent free. Address S. Amp a. P. Lacey Patent att is. Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T8syl real estate for Sale Exchange desirable farms in Tuscarawas county and other counties Iii and 111 other states. Small tracts land near new Philadelphia. A Florida Orange Grove a number desirable residences business properties stocks goods a. Money to loan 011 Lirosi mortgage at Low rates. F. S. Romig. Atty at Law. Office in Mclean a Block new Philadelphia. O. March 14.1889 12tf wanted. Salesmen to introduce and sell 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 so Atwood nurserymen Geneva new York. Oct. 3, 5m children cry for Pitcher s Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became mias the Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. We were pleased to meet j Edge Yoder member Congress from the Lima District last week lie is one the leading members the House and was prominently spoken for the party will recognize him further in the future. Some go to Church to weep while others go to sleep. Some go their wives to please their conscience others go to ease. Some go to Tell their woes others go to show their clothes. Some go to hear the preacher others like the Solo screeched. Boys go to reconnoitre girls go because they Aughter. Many go for Sage reflections precious few to help collections. The australian system voting was tried in the recent election in Massachusetts and All parties Are More than satisfied with its Workings. The leading candidates either Side declare themselves delighted with the method. It is a method which not Only renders fraud impossible but renders it impossible for either party to charge fraud at the polls upon its opponent. It insures a perfectly free and honest election and permits every Man to vote his own sentiments. The following gentlemen were elected land appraisers in the several townships Tuscarawas county tuesday nov. 5th Auburn Frederick Zimmerman. Bucks Philip Schlab. Clays a. E. Humerickhouse. Dover Jonas c. Bair. Fairfield Isaac Maughiman. Goshen David Johnson. Left Erson pm i 1 i p Leon hard. Lawrence John Lebold. Mill John w. Adams. Oxford to. J. Pocock. Perry Warner Rogers. Rush Jonas Milliken. Salem Jacob Adams. Sandy a. B. Kimmell. Sugarcreek a. Ilos Tettier. Union Mathias Wagoner. Warrens Isaac True. Warwick George Schmitz. Washington Jesse Blair. Wayne Conrad Koehler cd Rke William Kinsey. Or. Robert Galbraith has been appointed postmaster at Trenton vice Al. Roth removed. It is estimated that it would take a train 3,125 Miles Iong to carry the Kansas Corn crop. The sportsman in this locality the past week have been making the Quail and pheasants seek a cover and the rabbits Hunt to Weir holes. The festive Fly has disappeared from the grocery store but the cold weather brings the usual array a behind the stove loafers to take his place. A Man who drowns his sorrows in the flowing bowl May forget them for a while but they come Back redoubled in intensity to torment him. The Coshocton Democrat last week painted itself red having two columns roosters in that color with a Large one to decorate the Centre the Page. Our Duck Hunters should recollect that the Law forbids the killing wild ducks sunday. Monday tuesday each week during the open season. On thursday nov. 28th, 1s89, thanksgiving Day the new Philadelphia Post office will be open from 7 to 8-30 a. M., 11 to 12 111., and from 3 to 4 p. Rev. H. Conaway Gilmore circuit is Happy Over the arrival a Little preacher at his Home. He is not As eloquent As his father but will doubtless be More yell Oquient. Three new houses Are in course construction North Broadway one the Sargent lots and two the Vinton lots All Frame houses and it will require the carpenters to Hustle old Winter will catch them. $1,500 to loan enquire Mig Mcclane Block. Of f. S. To 40tf come to the damaged goods Sale today thursday nov. 21st, at j. Burry so songs old stand. The Sale damaged goods caused by the fire at j. Burry so songs will begin to Day thursday nov. 21st. Charley Engel North Broadway killed a couple porkers monday morning and the hogs a a squealed about it. Mrs. Fred. Kinzy who fell and broke her Arm last week is improving As we Ell As can be expected. California and mexican Tours via the Queen and a Crescent route have been appreciated by hundreds who have been carried across the continent with Comfort to the Pacific coast to Balmy Mexico via Lookout Mountain new Orleans the sunny South without break detention escaping the rigorous Winters and the discomforts Snow blockades the More northerly routes. This line appreciating the generous patronage it has received has still further improved its train service and Are now running a through tourist sleeping car from Central Union depot Cincinnati to los Angelos and san Francisco without change. These tourist sleepers Are furnished with pillows comforts and every thing necessary to the Comfort the traveler at a very Small Cost. The run is made through to the Pacific in five Days. These tourists sleepers leave the following dates at 8 p. A nov. 6 and 20 december 4 and 18 january 8 and 22 february 5 and 19 much 5 and 19 april 2 and 16 May 7 and 21. Two express trains leave daily via this line making close connections at Shrek port and new Orleans for Texas Mexico California and the far West. Ask your ticket agent for tickets via Queen and Crescent route. Geographically Correct county maps Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi and Louisiana mailed free to any address application to d. G. Edwards g. P. Amp t. A., Cincinnati 43tf Republican papers Are still working away at the senatorial question and declaring that the senatorial prize is for Sale. We do not believe the use Money to secure the prize will be Avail with the next legislature nor is there a Shadow evidence to support the idea that any the candidates will Endeavor to corrupt the legislators by the Means bribery. Charlie Foster is the Only one who attempted to buy the sen Ato ship. He went around with his bag Boodle before election but the same did not work. A have men More than five senses a is a problem with which Many minds Are puzzled. The scientific american says that the president the British association prof. Flower endorses sir John Lubbock a idea that the Field inquiry is limitless and that there May be a fifty other senses As different from ours As sound is from sight and even within the boundaries our own senses there May be endless sounds which we cannot hear and colors As different As red from Green which we have no Conception. These and a thousand other questions remain for solution. The familiar world which surrounds us May be a totally different place to other to them it May be full music which we cannot hear color which we cannot see sensations which we cannot . A. K. Robinson whom Many our people will remember As a citizen new Philadelphia for a few years before and up to the breaking out the rebellion and who had a hardware store Here committed suicide at the hotel Moser in St. Louis saturday 9th inst. His son Geo. Robinson Ravenna o., was notified and went to St. Louis the 12th to take charge his fathers remains and effects. According to the Telegram announcing this death the son George r., had not seen his father for four years the latter having travelled considerably during that time. The deceased As we learn from some our older citizens was a pleasant companionable Man. Mrs. A. K. Robinson wife deceased died a few years ago. She was a most estimable lady and had a Large Circle friends Here. A. K. Robinsons business since the War was civil engineering. He had a life interest in his deceased wife a estate which is said to be about $100,000. Farmers take your produce to our Branch store West Side Public Square Mclean a Block. J. Burry amp son. Cards Are out announcing the wedding . Clifton Smith and miss Fttie banker thanksgiving evening. From Dennison. Buy now Silks velvets pushes dress goods colors and Black by the Yard. Our All Wool French Cashmere at 50 cents a Yard Are unequalled value. 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 privilege examination 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. Joseph oct. A. . Horn amp co., 609 to 621 Penn Avenue Pittsburg a. 43yl in an interview published in the Cincinnati Post John h. Thomas spoke As follows regarding the a a millionaire sentiment which Republican newspapers Are endeavouring to create against him a a Man May have Money and still be a very Good sort a person. If Money is not used to corrupt voters i cannot see Why a senator should be discriminated against because its Possession. Speaking myself i am not As Rich As i have the credit being. I have a competency have made More Money than i Ever thought i would but it has been made in the legitimate channels Trade As 1 never speculated 111 anything in my life. Just now i am not making much. I am distributing what i have putting it in Good shape. By the Way the people my town Are glad that i have some wealth As there is not a Public Enterprise in the City that has not some my Money in it. Outside my Home and my factory 1 own but three four pieces real estate As i would not be bothered by the renting dwelling houses. Yes i shall make an honorable fight for the Senate and i want All my friends to Aid me in accomplishing my there is a Man in Denver who has an idea that the country ought to give up the present method disposing dead bodies and adopt one which he suggests. He does not advocate cremation nor anything else which so far As is known appears to have been suggested by any other person. His scheme is to freeze the dead body in water take the Block ice in which the body has been Frozen and carry it to the North and Deposit it the shores one the Arctic seas. Lie says that he has already made some favourable Progress and that an English Syndicate is considering the establishment an International cemetery the shores Baffin a Bay where he says that future generations May go to find the faces their ancestors the nineteenth Century As natural As life. Vice president Morton will probably work the Senate for All its custom at his bar. If the Senate patronize him he will surely succeed As its patronage is Democrat. Vice president Morton has opened up a High toned Saloon in Washington City. The g. O. P. Should howl Temperance loud enough to make their vice president hear. This is the first instance record where a High official engaged in the Saloon business. A Georgia Farmer prevents his cows from jumping a Fence by cutting off their lower Eye lashes make them think the Fence is three times As High As it really is. If you Cut the upper lashes a reverse delusion will result so he says. Things Haven to improved so much in the state Connecticut since the Good old Blue Law Days. I11 those times when a Man wanted to kiss Hie wife the lords Day he would take her behind the door to do it. Now when he goes behind the door for that purpose he takes some other Man s wife. Of the supreme court holds that the biennial election amendment which has a majority All votes cast the proposition is legally adopted Many changes will be wrought in an official it will give governor Campbell and the incoming Assembly from two to three years and will add a year to the terms the attorney general state treasurer and auditor state. It will also extend for one year the time All township officers whose term expires in 1s90, for the reason that under its provisions the terms state and county officers must expire in even years and township offices in Odd years. It will however affect All county officers whose terms under the present arrangements Are Tor three years. Phis includes probate judges county clerks prosecuting attorneys recorders county commissioners and infirmary directors. If the amendment becomes a part the Constitution it will be necessary for the general Assembly to enact a statute either extending the terms these officers to four years to Cut Down the time to two years. The Steubenville Gazette says if the Ohio Farmers would rigidly refuse to a a sportsmen the run their farms to shoot and kill at their own Sweet will a in season a May be the game and the fish Law would be so changed As to allow the Farmers themselves to occasionally kill a Little game catch a few fish their own farms without being liable to a heavy Fine assessed for the Benefit dead beat a a spotters at the county seats. If there Ever was one Law that led All others in infamy it is the present fish and game Law Ohio. A revolution in Brazil brings Forth a new Republic. Dom Pedro the emperor has been deposed and an entirely new government formed and a truly Republican form government at that. The masses the people Are in favor the new form government. The emperor and his family will probably leave the country. Senor Dafonseca has been proclaimed As president. 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 the official footing the vote for governor gives Campbell a plurality Over Foraker 10,875. Fashion years Republican majorities have now gone out news. The Man who went out to milk and sat Down a Boulder in the Middle the pasture and waited for the cow to Back up to him was the eldest brother the Man who kept store and did not advertise because he reasoned that the purchasing Public would Back up to his place when it wanted something. The Dennison paragraph says that thursday last Eli Hill Chas. Berk in Wilson Norris and David Hite went out Hunting when Hite scaring up a Rabbit fired at it killing it and probably mortally wounding one his companions Norris who stepped suddenly out from behind a tree and received several shot which entered the breast and bowels producing dangerous wounds. The same paper also says that the store . J. Ii. Bell in Dennison was entered sunday morning last week the Safe cracked and $150.00 taken. No clue. A fire occurred last thursday morning about 1 clock in j. Burry amp songs dry Good store the South East Corner Public Square doing much damage before it could be extinguished. The origin the fire is not certain but it is supposed it caught from the Furnace in the basement else from spontaneous ignition rags that had been bought and deposited in the room below the store room proper. The fire caught the stairway leading from the basement to the first floor reaching which the flames spread in every direction through the Large Saleroom burning and scorching everything in their course. By this time the tire was discovered the alarm Given and the firemen responded As promptly As the Early hour would allow but not soon enough to prevent the fiery Demon from leaping up the stairway leading up from the produce room to the Large carpet room the second floor immediately Over the City Bank. Here the flames played havoc As the position As was unapproachable to the firemen and could Only be held in temporary Check by a Large volume water kept constantly thrown through the broken window. The firemen finally succeeded in reducing the flames below and entering the main Entrance with their Hose soon had the fire extinguished. The City Bank an Annex to the main Block came in for its share damage necessitating its removal for business to the drug store f. C. Miller so son for the present. The Telephone office and Battershell a office the second floor Over the store room sustained no damage other than the contents being displaced ready for removal if necessary. As a whole the fire was disastrous to the goods and a great Deal the Woodwork inside but where the Consolation comes in is that the conflagration was checked in time to save a valuable blocks an ornament and Pride to new Philadelphia. Or. Burry a loss in Stock is estimated at this time at from $15,000 to $18,000. Insured for $8,000 loss building $3,000, insurance $6,000. Or. Burry is one new Philadelphia a most Active energetic business men and identified with All her interests for Over a Quarter a Century and this disaster while it is severe will not Check but rather double his old time Energy and bring him to the front again Superior to the wreck. Bogus two Dollar notes Are in circulation. Look out for them. They Are very defective and if examined carefully can be detected. Mrs. Or. Buell gave an elegant entertainment to a number her lady friends at her residence North Broadway Friday evening last. We. Hines assault with intent to kill will have a hearing before mayor Mcgregor next saturday if his victim is Able to appear against him. Jack ready who fell and broke his leg in the pipe works monday night last week As reported in last Issue died the next evening and was buried Friday afternoon last. Frank Gregory who was stabbed by Hines a Coal Miner As reported in the times last week is still suffering intensely from his wounds so his wife reports and his condition precarious. It would be quite a Relief if some our sportsmen would shoot that a a Duck a Bonnet which hangs in the milliners window a temptation to every woman who has a husband with a thin pocket Book. Robert Hatfield was arrested saturday a charge obtaining goods under false pretence by . Barnett the Clothier South Broadway. Lie was sent to jail to await action the grand jury. Or. John Kinzy proprietor the West High Street meat Market who has been confined to his Home by sickness a number weeks is Able to be about again when the weather permits. A. Bippus amp 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. 4gw3 a Large line Rochester hanging and stand lamps in the latest styles Rich Gold and oxidized Silver finish at less prices than Ever before offered for same Quality goods at Wells drug store new Philadelphia 47w3 the consensus opinion among democrats who have the Best interests democracy at heart is that the Hon. Cal. S. Brice should be elected to the Senate to succeed the Hon. Henry b. Payne. Or. Brice is a representative Man and would reflect credit the democracy and the state Ohio in the Senate. Len. Smith a former employee the handle shops Here but for the past two years has been working in Pittsburg died at that place last wednesday ulcerated sore Throat and heart failure. His remains were brought to Uhrichsville the Home his parents and Laid to rest in the Union cemetery last Friday under the auspices the a. O. U. W. And j. O. U. A. M., which lodges he was a member. Leu. Avas a Young Man highly esteemed and his death was a severe Shock to Iris Many friends. An unmarried Man named Copeland from Bloomfield employed in erecting a suspension Bridge Over the track at the shops while pulling a wrench last wednesday slipped and fell from the Bridge to the track below a distance Twenty five feet breaking his leg and receiving other injuries that will Lay him up for a Long time. Wilson Norris and David elite were out gunning for rabbits last thursday and Hite accidentally discharged his gun the Load lodging in Norris breast and Abdomen. He is still living but in a very precarious condition. The ladies the episcopal Church gave a fair and festival in Library Hall last Friday and saturday we have not Learned How much they cleared but understand it was very satisfactory. The democrats Mill feel very proud their record in the last election if a Premium had been uttered Mill would have been entitled to we understand that hereafter our Republican friends will leave the a a Roorback a business alone. Honesty in politics pays just the same As in other walks life. At the ratification meeting in Uhrichsville the other night a Resolution was passed endorsing the Hon. J. P. Forbes Coshocton for speaker. We think this the proper thing in the proper place the lion. J. P. Is a Tuscarawas county boy and a Good one. The brotherhood locomotive engineers Avill give a Ball in Library Hall thanksgiving evening. The b. Of l. E. Ball is usually considered the affair the season and we believe they will this occasion keep up the record. Cyrus. A Consolation. Dedicated to miss Bertha c. Mayer March �?T88, by d. C. Guntsch. Of thou grandly Beautiful Spring whose fitting Type will Ever cling to thoughts buds and blossoms rare in life a expectancy nor deeming there a Thorn could Nestle with the full blown Rose through gilding Sun and shadowy repose. Roll Back vain Spring time blighting woes a heart Long aching Blest repose doth crave thee in its despair some potent Balm Elysian where now anguished tones funeral Knell in melting pathos whispers fare thee Well. While love and virtue in our race shall find one staunch abiding place and smile with women sweetly rest to Calm the storm troubled breast so surely Here if truth were fairly told has truthful nature found a perfect Mould. And thus it is with death at last the friends for Aye the friends past must meet forever with the dead sad Fate like his whose Noble head had not Earth Whereon to lie whose love Man their Steps direct Avith peaceful love. So now her whose form doth bring sad memories Lovely Spring with vivid thought Good and True graces rare and graces due we bring our tribute goodly was the store love Home and Kindred which she bore. Ilert a but a nature refined she but to goodness inclined her life so free from sordid thought her Happy deeds so freely wrought is it not strange that from the Bower his love god chose the rarest Flower. Then let Sunshine and now sorrow a Comfort sad hearts the Morrow with thoughts a heavenly Spring whose buds and blossoms Ever cling beyond the Banks the Stormy River eternal in gods glory forever. A selected. The chamber torture we. Bland known As a Kansas Bill a the Banner House was assessed a Fine $25.00 Aud costs and sent to the county jail for five Days by mayor Mcgregor last thursday. He plead guilty to Selling liquor to a minor. Cheap enough. We Avish our patrons who Are in arrears would up to january 1, 1890. It is a big task and involves expense for us to go to every one to collect the re naval Price our paper. We shall Call those who fail to up which will necessitate our charging 1.50. A Miner named John Huff avas arrested at Pike run tuesday for attempting to kill his wife. He tried to brain her with a heavy poker but was prevented by her running from him and the timely assistance neighbors. The desperate Man avas caught bound and brought to this place and lodged in City prison to await affidavits to be filed against him by his wife. A hearing Avill be had this week. The Man has been drinking very heavily late Avrich no doubt caused All the trouble. Or. A Bartholomew who brought him up says he is a peaceable Man when sober that he had just lately commenced to drink and it made a perfect Demon him. Probably a few Days in prison Ashen the effects alcohol have passed off and reason has full Sway the matter Avill be dropped. Another old Soldier has gone to his last camping ground. Or. Jacob Bippus died peacefully at his residence in Avest front Street this City last Friday afternoon at 4 clock surrounded by his family and relatives. Or. Bippus was in the 60th year his age and leaves a wife three daughters Barbara Emma and Elizabeth one son George and four Brothers Andrew George John and Frederick Bippus to mourn his loss. Lie was an honorable member the g. A. R. Post in this place which body buried him with military honors in the Neav Philadelphia cemetery sunday afternoon amidst a drenching rain Avrich deprived Many paying their respects to the honoured dead. Or. Bippus was a member the 126th Ohio Volunteer regiment during the rebellion participating in some prominent Battles coming out unscathed. He received an honorable discharge at the close the avar but exposure incident to army life had fastened disease in his system a Phthisis Pul Monalise which slowly though surely terminated his existence a the muffled Drums sad Roll has beat the soldiers last Tattoo no More life s Parade shall meet the Brave Aud fallen few. On Fame a eternal camping ground their silent tents Are spread and glory guards with solemn round the bivouac the is the apartment to Avrich the unhappy sufferer from inflammatory rheumatism is confined. If Ere the crisis Dain is reached that Fine pre restive i Lostetter a stomach bitters is used by persons a rheumatic tendency much unnecessary suffering is avoided. Nervine Anodyne and sedatives awhile having none but 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 be remembered i3 a disease with a fatal tendency from its proneness to attack the heart. A resort to the bitters should therefore be prompt. Dyspepsia kidney complaint malaria and nervousness Are relieved by it. 43w4�?40yl drunkenness liquor habit. A in All the world there is but one cure a Juines 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 moderate Drinker an alcoholic Lovreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured Avo 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 epoch. The transition from Long lingering and painful sickness to robust health Marks an epoch in the life the individual. Such a remarkable event treasured in the memory and the Agency whereby the Good health has been attained is gratefully blessed. Hence is that so much is heard in Praise electric bitters. So Many feel they owe their restoration to health to the use the great alterative and tonic if you Are troubled with any disease kidneys liver stomach Iong Short standing you will surely find Relief by use electric bitters. Sold a 50c and $1 per bottle. Real estate transfers. Court common pleas. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds proceedings. W. K. Eckfeld to James Shantz lots 7 and 8, Dennison $300. Brock Hill Coal co. To Jas. W. Roby lot 19, Brock Hill $40. John Booth to Lucinda Booth 235 acres Oxford $1,000. We. E. Case to m. R. A ogling 1-8 acre Newcomerstown $625. Peter Karl to Rudolph Rothacker 2 acres Dover $425. James w. Roby to Arthur a. Rhoads lot 19, Brock Hill $300. W. K. Eckfeld to John w. Mohn lot 9, Dennison $235. A. W. Patrick to George Ickes 2 55-100 acres Goshen $1,200. Frank w. Leggett to Phebe a. Truax lot 18, Pike run $225. W. Herron to Frank Leggett lot 18, Pike run $200. J. H. Hostetler to j. A. Burry part lot 1, Dover $1,100. Ii. C. Vinton to Alice Miller lot 390, new Philadelphia $475. Daniel Korns to Charles f. Korns lot 55 and 56, Neav Philadelphia $1900. Jas. B. Cordrey to John e. Hunt lot 17, glasgow$100. Edward Hursey to George Hill 27 acres Salem $2,300. We. C. Saunders to Edward Saunders 31 acres Rush $50c. From port Washington. Personal mention. Mrs. Loffman this place visited at Mineral Point last week. Last Days . Harry b. Keffer Uhrichsville gave the times office a pleasant Call last f rid a. Mrs. James g. Patrick and miss Nellie Patrick visited friends in Cleveland the past a Eek. Rev. Noel Canton presiding elder East Ohio conference avas in town 011 monday. _ messes. Charles Bro Avn and Leo Smith canal Dover were guests the times family tuesday. Miss Emma Welty returned Home last week from a pleasant visit Avith friends in miss Della Snyder tio has been visiting friends in Wheeling returned Home last week. Miss Annie Waddington has returned Home from an extended visit with Illinois friends. _ mrs. De. King after a lengthy visit to friends in Harrisburg pa., returned Home last week. J. Nargney avas in Coshocton we Eek business. Miss Mary Lanzer spent several last a Eek in Newark. Miss Violet Hastings Tappan is visiting Avith the family same a Mowl. Philip Lamneck returned from Montana last saturday. 11 is Azife and children preceded him about a a Eek ago. Boyd Mowl who for the past few months has been engaged at work in Portage county returned to his Home last tuesday. To Morrow evening tuesday Rev. W. Ii. Oerter this place Viii deliver a lecture in the moravian Church a Uhrichsville a things seen the other Side the he will also exhibit several magic lantern views the City Paris. W. A. Gold has been the sick list for the past a Eek. Being unable to teach his school avas dismissed. The band boys Are preparing to give a concert in about Tavo three weeks. They Are being instructed by a . Fox Scio. Charles Riley has taken charge the Telegraph office at lock 17. It is remarked by Many that the times is the cheapest and Best newspaper published in Tus Carnavas county. Try it and see Only $1.00 per year. A. P. Ril fool. Jury trials. Harrison h. Arnold v Isaac h. Kurtz Case withdrawn from jury settled $3,-300 will sustained. John b. Harding v we. H. Harding it Alex to jury withdrawn Case settled. Cynthia m. Huston v Jacob Huston judgment for plaintiff $1,250. Galon Huston v Sylvester w. Andreas Case withdrawn from jury and settled. Charles Moore v p. C. So St. Louis R. Verdict for plaintiff $1,000. T. Hamilton v j. H. Hamilton exp to v verdict for plaintiff. John Booth v the Ohio insurance co Case withdrawn from jury and Case settled. Decree equitable Relief. Lottie b. Glass v Jacob l. Glass. Cases continued. Hawk amp Tracy v the american express company. Ohio 011 complaint Ann Steitz v William Wallies. Cases dismissed. Ohio complaint Susan Whit Mer v John Brien. Ohio complaint Romain k Norris v Milton Barringer. Luella Cunningham v Solomon Mercer. Criminal recognizance. Ohio v Harry c. Wells. Defendant to plead. John p. Brisben v Barbara Bland. Joshua p. Grim v William Bland. Chas. F. Maus v Elizabeth Stickel. Cephus c. Cowel v Joseph a. Win Spear. B. R. Hartman v Jacob w. Stoody. C. G. Taylor v Pittsburg Cincinnati amp St. Louis Railroad. Decree injunction. Annie m. Skeels m. Skeels. Cases settled. John h. Benfer v Lafayette Smiley. Henry Langkamp v Rudolph Maurer. R. W. Deems v we. Summers. Galon Huston v Sylvester w. Andrus. Silas w. Lappin v Isaac True. A. Matlack v f. Amp w. I. Priest. Plaintiff to plead. Reeves Iron company v Chas. Angel. Jeremiah Weaver v g. Brainard. Judgment for plaintiff. Mary Weaver v Emeline Snook. William Pickersgill v Jacob Burcher. James Kaldenbaugh v Elizabeth Albert. I11 the matter commissioners re port. Cases heard motion. Chas. G. Taylor v Pittsburgh Cincin Cannati so St. Louis Railroad. A. B. Johnson adm a v p. C. So St. L. Railroad. Sarah m. Kinsey v Maurice g. Kinsey. A a the Best is none to miss Kate Graham Uhrichsville visited her Friend mrs. Otto Schweitzer Nee Bessie Hoover this week. 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 will 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. Or. And mrs. J. C. Joss and two children Carrie and George visited friends in Pittsburgh pa., last week. Inte rested people. Miss Marne Thompson Uhrichsville was the guest miss Minnie Spence West fair Street sunday. Or. Jno. W. Burry Cleveland Visited his parents . And mrs. John Burry West High Street this week. Advertising a Patent Medicine in the Peculiar Way in which the proprietor Kempis Balsam for coughs and colds does is indeed wonderful. He authorizes All druggists to give those who Call for it a Sample bottle free that they May try it before purchasing. The Large bottles Are 50c and $1. We certainly would advise a trial. It May save you from consumption. Or. Arth. Smith Cleveland was in town the first the week shaking hands with his Many friends and plying his vocation commercial drummer books by the thousand. Or. John Linebarger and wife Dennison and mrs. Emma pastor Portland o., attended the funeral their father Jacob Bippus sunday last. Married. At the residence the brides parents nov. 14th, in Union tp., by Rev. S. F. Ross . I. G. Albaugh and miss Hannah m. Eggan. At the residence . S. Moore this place thursday evening nov. 14th, by Rev. S. F. Ross . E. E. Mcgrew Minersville Guernsey county Ohio and miss Jennie Keffer this county. Marriage licenses granted. Mrs. C. C. Forney who has been visiting her son Frank Janes in Denver Colorado the past few months returned Home last week delighted with her visit. _ we had the pleasure meeting . J. H. Emminger Sec a the Mansfield Mutual fire ins. Co., saturday. He is one the Foremost insurance men the state and paid up the Burry loss without a quibble. The choicest selections from the Franklin Caxton and Arlington editions making the largest selection authors and largest line books in the county also a full line gift books in Fine bindings. Wells drug store new Philadelphia. 47w3 and the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway has no equal. Regulas travellers will have no other an i account its superiority it has b in 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 is 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. For further information and a new map the United states Send to Geo. Ii. Heafford first assistant general passenger and ticket agent Milwaukee to we. Kelly travelling passenger agent 25 Clinton Block Columbus Ohio., a Tennessee wonder. Having erected in front our flouring Mill a new and first class set Scales we respectfully invite the Public to share their patronage with us. The location is Handy and we can always be found at the Mill. 36tf Billett so Miller. Choice land for Sale. News about town. It is the current report about town that Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who Are troubled with coughs sore Throat asthma bronchitis and consumption. Any druggist will give you a trial bottle free Cost. It is. Guaranteed to relieve and cure. The Large bottles Are 50c and $1. Card thanks. A part the Well known Silezin Myers farm at Sandyville station. For terms and particulars enquire m. E. Smith 212 West Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. _ 40w8 for Sale Only three More those desirable lots North Broadway and four 011 North third Street in Vinton a building lots in new Philadelphia o., easy terms. Ii. C. Amp Alvin Vinton props. John a. Himes agent. 42tf Isaiah Albaugh and Hannah Eggan. We. Irain and Emma Sci troeder. E. E. Mcgrew and Eliza j. Keffer. L. J. Dummer Smith and Emma Wyss. Jas. Nickles and Melissa m. Minor. E. E. Meese and Anna heter. Card thanks. I desire to express through the column the times my sincere thanks to the firemen citizens and fellow business men for their efforts and kindness shown me during the trying ordeal when my property was being destroyed by fire and since. John Burry. The members the family . Jacob Bippus deceased request through the columns the times to tender their Heartfelt thanks to the friends who so kindly assisted them in their late affliction. Also to the g. A. R. Post for its prompt and sympathetic action. Any one buying goods to the amount $5.00 at a. Gintz so cons. Furniture store is entitled to a ticket in a drawing in which a $20.00 bed room suit is Given to the Lucky number. 47-w2. Not a Hundred Miles below Nashville is a curious spectacle known As the a Sun and it consists a painting upon an immense Rock which rises to an Altitude several Hundred feet. As to who painted it 13 a mystery which i believe was never unravelled. Many think it was the work the red brother centuries ago perhaps. But there the Sun and the Moon Shine out in All the freshness new paint. They Are located Midway the Cliff and stand out in bold Relief. As to How any human being Ever reached the spot is a question which i believe has never been solved. It is supposed that in those Days they had no giant ladders and could not easily reached that Point from below. The Only natural rope that time was a wild grape Vine which Tennessee is so prolific and some Indian might have been by this Means letdown Over the dizzy Bluff and when he had finished his work had again been let Down pulled up. At any rate these pictures Are there the everlasting Rock and Are Likely to remain there for future their business booming. Messes. Hinkle so 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. Solomon Gladfelter Nas been reappointed game and fish Warden for Tuscarawas county vice j. B. Patterson gone somewhere. For and Small tracts Dover Road. Cheap lots 011 easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. F. S. Office in Mcclane Block. Romig. 46tf probably no one thing has caused such a general revival Trade at f. C. Miller so songs drug store As their giving away to their customers so Many free trial bottles . Kings new discovery for consumption. Their Trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs colds asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung diseases quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free Large size $1. Every bottle warranted. The goods damaged by the fire at j. Burry amp songs will be placed Sale to Day thursday nov. 21. Subscribe for the times if you want a Good paper for $1

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