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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 30, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Beat advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicit d. 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 to. 1 yer. S 1 00 t 2 00 13 00 5 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume v. New Philadelphia o., thursday october 30, 1890. Number 44. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1890. Going East. Stations. I express lavs new Philadelphia 6 25 . Canal Dover 6 35 a a Zoar. 715 a a Mineral 7 30 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a Waynesburg 8 10 malvern.�?~8 35 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a minerva.1 9 00 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a Alliance. 10 00 Quot Cleveland. 12 50 . Wellsville. 1210 a a Bellaire. 4 50 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 2 00 . 210 a a 2 25 a a 2 31 a a 2 46 a a 2 51 a a 3 01 a a 3 06 a a 315 a a 3 25 a a 4 2.5 a a 6 35 a a 4 50 a 8 05 a a 7 00 local. 1 00 . 110 a a 2 00 a a 215 a a 2 59 a a 3 07 a a 3 2.5 a a 3 32 a a 3 45 a a 3.55 a a Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday october 30, 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 ssh the new Philadelphia times will be Pubil sned every thursday Horning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.1.00 if not paid within three to s 1.50 going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. It ave Pittsburgh. Bellaire. Wellsville. Cleveland. R Alliance. B. Yard. Minerva. Onuida. Malvern. Waynesburg. Magnolia. Mineral porn Zoar. Canal Dover., arrive new Philada 6 10 . 12 45 . 4 40 i 8 15 10 25 ill 03 ii 12 11 17 11 23 11 p i 10 10 2 40 1 15 3 10 4 15 4 25 4 36 1 43 5 00 5 07 5 21 5 35 6 00 6 15 7 10 . 7 25 j 7 55 8 15 8 55 9 20 i 9 55 110 10 10 40 �?~11 00 it a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A frs address All matter intended for publication to the times. Democratic state ticket. The political Mill for Secretary state Hon. Triad. E. Cro Ailey Pickaway county. For supreme judge Hon. George in Okey Franklin county. For member Board Public works Hon. Leopold Keifer Miami county. Candidate for recorder. All trains passenger with train running 1�?Tu through a for Tim j. P. Yet Joseph Geu Pittsburg Fin oily except sunday. Est connect at Alliance great fort Wayne route Quot sleeping cars and Tal Pala Chic rat s New fare Etc., apply to Lii Ladelphia Ohio. E. A. Ford. Gen. Pas. Age to for congressman fourteenth District James w. Owens Licking county. For member state Board equal Zatz a. Milton Turner Guernsey county democratic county ticket. Cleveland and Marietta Ray. In effect May 11, 1890. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 5. No. 3. No. 500pm 1115am612 1230pmi. 658 128 pm. 100 745a is. 74-5 230805 253 540 815 303 f550 820 309 555 825 315 836 327 611 813 337 i 620 852 347 j630 858 354 637 903 359 i 642 912 4651 819 416 658 q25 425 702 441 724 4.54 737 500 t1435 16 11749 510 i 759 526 i809533 hl5 540 821 515 �k27 552 834 559 i 841 612 j 853 1 qq3 637 1913 643 1924 700 a 910 .11043 id Eveland. Akron. Turners. Blackband. Post boy. Millers. Oldham a. I Cambridge Byersville Ava. Dudley Macksburg Elba. Warner. Whipple. Stanley. I Cay Wood. Marietta. No. 2 no. 4 230 pm 114 11223 1 620 11 5a> 700 pm 11122 635 1112 625 11106 1620 615 1100 1047 t602 1040 555 11029 545 11022 538 1017 533 11008 523 1001 516 1 155 i 932 919 510 453 440 913 433 907 427 re 858 418 1 848 408 1 833 358 a 832 r 827 529 352 347 340 813 s32 1 759 318 j 849 3 8 7 33 253 i 727 247. 710 230 s 225 140 pm for probate judge Jasper h. Mitchell Dover. For clerk courts John Donahey Perry. For recorder Hugh t. Minnis Goshen. For prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick Goshen. For county commissioner Adam Miller Oxford. For Surveyor Oliver h. Hoover Goshen. For infirmary director James m. Porter Mill. For Coroner Bazil d. Downey Goshen. A done to Stop. Flag stations. Trains no. 2 and no. 5 run daily and carry through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore and Washington. Through coaches trains no.2, 3, and 5 Between Marietta Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Mitchells Organ the tikes can Only see a few the reasons out the 14 Given Why Burry should be elected probate judge and does not mention the 14th reason in which it is shown that Mitchell As mayor canal Dover pocketed a neat sum Money for securing for the electric Street car line the right Way through the Public thorough fare Dover putting that township to an expense Over $500 for repairing its streets and Public roads. The tax payers in Dover very Likely Admire that kind a Deal and will endorse that kind a Man for a position there he can still continue to pocket their hard earned dollars and Farmers and mechanics journal. To All whom it May concern whereas the editor the Farmers journal published at new Philadelphia Ohio has charged in his paper that Jasper h. Mitchell the democratic candidate for probate judge who was mayor canal Dover in the year a sad when the franchise to the electric Street railway was granted received a Money consideration for securing the right Way &c., As indicated in the above article taken from the journal this week we and each us have this to say we were members the Council canal Dover when the right Way was granted and we unqualified Day say that . Mitchell did nothing More j than an a other Good citizen the town i would have done having the Good the town at heart that he had no voice whatever in granting the franchise but was simply a presiding officer at the meeting and that no attempt was made Mitchell s part to unduly influence a single member the Council that we feel that we have minds our own and knew what we were doing when said franchise was granted that we know the above charges to be wholly false and malicious and that we regard them As a reflection upon our integrity and ability to act As councilmen. The conduct . Mitchell in this matter was Manly and upright and we Here append our signatures to the same G. Harger t. H. Bran Nan Henry w. Enck j. E. Reeves Jos. H. A Brigit a. Weiss. The editor the journal has his 14th reason Why Burry should be elected probate judge effectually answered above. Six reputable gentlemen Brand your reason As a malicious falsehood and they Are All republicans but . Ebright. It is a reflection upon the Good citizens Dover and reverend banker like the lie you published and retracted it will react upon your own candidates head. If . Burry is trying to ride into office upon the lies your own origin that any one else he will be mistaken and every Good citizen canal Dover regardless party should rebuke such ungodly methods. Or. Minnie our candidate for recorder is Well known throughout the county and is known to be Well qualified to fill the office. We clip from the Argus Jan. 1, 1885, an article which Speaks . Minnis in the highest terms a saturday evening last week . Hugh Minnis the very efficient Deputy recorder was the recipient a handsome present from our esteemed Friend recorder Daniel Wysa. On this occasion . Minnis was purposely detained at the office working at a cold figures until 1 clock but when he entered the threshold his Happy Home the gentleman was agreeably surprised to find an elegant supper in waiting prepared by his estimable wife and a few invited guests among whom we note elder j. Ii. Dodd Daniel Wyss and wife Louis Zellner and wife Samuel Rufer and wife and George w. Bowers and wife. After supper recorder Wyss presented to his worthy employee . Minnis a valuable Gold headed Cane bearing the inscription a recorder Wyss to his Deputy As a Reward for promptness a accompanied by the following very neat and Well timed Impromptu speech a ladies and gentlemen a it will be g years in one week from next monday that i took charge the recorders office this county. During this time i had in my employ a number clerks and deputies All whom with but one exception As far As 1 know entertain a kind and Friendly feeling toward me to Day and i have no reason to feel otherwise towards any one them As i have been Well satisfied with tin in services. To he honest competent and prompt Are requisite qualities a Good clerk Deputy. Or. 11. T. Minnis for whom this Surprise counts and who has been in my employ since 1881, Over three years i am proud to say possesses these qualifications. His honesty i never doubted. After he became familiar with the work this office i found him fully competent. During the time lie was in my employ he missed but few Days. In the hours assigned to him for work he has been regular and prompt. In being prompt he far exceeded my expectations which i always highly appreciated. Or. Minnis this Cane which i present to you i desire you to regard As a Token my appreciation your services during your employment by me and it is further intended As a Reward for promptness As indicated by the inscription theron a recorder Wyss to his Deputy As a Reward for a like a Thunderbolt a Clear Day the whole proceedings took Friend Minnis entirely by Surprise but with emotion deep he responded in terms befitting. The present is a valuable one fittingly bestowed upon a trustworthy employee by a generous warm hearted the weeks doings. Points about people. A East and West at canal Dover with L. And A p. Ortli and East at Valley Junction with w. A l./. And Valley by. W k Richards Gene i pass age to a. T Wikoff Gen manager. Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 4� trains depart from Alliance As follows Central Lime no. 1. 9. 11. 3. No. 8. 14. 4. 10. 20. 6. Going West fast line. Chicago express. Mall. Mail express. Going East fast 6-30 mail. 3-10 fast express. 9-10 Day express. Tl0-30 Alliance accommodation 2-4o t 2-30 10-20 t 9-20 4-50 3-45 trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a a 12-45 a a and 2-30 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at9-50 . 4-30 and 3-00 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. Laily. Daily except sunday. Daily except monday. A a. Ford general pass and ticket agent. Josma Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The p. C. Amp St. Louis railway a an handle route. A schedule taking effect june 15,1890. Going West. Trains depart from the in Amp St. Louis depot Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. 11-05 accommodation. T <&Quot>-20 express. Express. T 12-15 3-,53 going East. Express. Express. Express. Accommodation to 2-45 11-05 2-40 p in 8-15 a everyday. Central time 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 the running trains apply to ticket agent i Hrichus Ville Junction Ohio. E. A. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. W s a it h a h-1 Hilt pop w a a a t-5 it too 71 p5 w a w w it 1 St i 6 sb8s i �5 j z. O a s s 1 1 i 301-5ck3 j going North. Cleveland sex. E e pc i a nor i i. C a a Cox in i a a re. _ i stations. La Cleveland a Peninsula. Akron. Canton. A Val a Jet la a pm p a a Rel it 6 a a j g in a its get 1 i no. 3. 1115am 1203pm 12 30 1 28 2 15 h d Cal no. 1. 7 25am 8 17 8 45 9 42 10 35 1 �?�5 a a a pc s5 w it d Refl is Al 3 Al is x _ out a -5 73 a 5 a a 3 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 pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Galaction Money refunded. Price 25 cents Der Box. For Sale by f. C Miller a son. 6y2 the advocate in a Laboured article to arouse dissension in the democratic ranks presents a picture that would make an egyptian Mummy laugh. It says the a a gang a has a slate made As follows . Benfer whom the advocate says voted with the Cincinnati gang against Campbell is to be the next representative . Troendly is to be Laid the shelf Mike Ream is to be successor to Mitchell As probate judge treasurer Forney is to have a second term Jacob Horn Dover is to be his successor sheriff Goeler is to be retired and Jim Hopkins is to have his place John a. Buchanan is to be Laid upon 1 lie shelf and a member the gang from Coshocton Given his place in the Senate for helping to Lay Murphy out and that Sam Moore expects the gang to support him for prosecuting attorney but the gang will betray him again and that he has abused the democrats who sympathized with him before Etc. In answer to this bulk monstrous lies that has Bel bored the Republican editors we have this to say and we know whereof we speak that the question who goes to the legislature to succeed Benfer and troendly has not been discussed by the democrats Tuscarawas county nor do we know whether either them will be a candidate for reelection and if they do the whole democratic party will be at Liberty to say who shall be the successor. As to . Ream being the candidate the a a gang six years in the future is too ridiculous to be noticed. Or. Ream is the Only Man we know who has said anything about it and he simply says he will be a candidate which every Democrat has the privilege As to it r. Forney being reelected we simply say that subject has not been discussed and we presume the democracy will almost unanimously Accord him the second term As heretofore with Bill officials that Jake Horn Dover 3 to be successor to Forney the gang slate any other slate is news to us and we venture the assertion that Jacob Horn has never announced himself As a candidate. That sheriff Goe Ler is to be retired is a novel idea in deed. Does not the advocate know that Dover township stood by Gobler and we As the Means nominating him ? such Balderdash does not worry . Goeler any his friends. As to . Buchanan being shelved and a Coshocton Man being sent to the Senate for helping defeat Murphy is too absurd to be noticed. The fact is a the gang masters a As they Are styled by the republicans were not at the convention in which Murphy we As Defeated. Each township chose delegates to that convention and could not have been under a a gang influence and . Murphy is too much a Man to believe such nonsense. As to a Sam Moore being a candidate three years in the future for prosecuting attorney we have never said that we we Ould be a candidate for any office again. Three years is a Long time in the future and if we Ever conclude to be a candidate the assertion the advocate and other re publican papers that the a a gang would be up in arms against us a does not con Cern us in the least and would not influence a single Friend a Sam Moore against Jasper Mitchell for they All have too much sense. No democrats we can to believe you Are so Gullible As to listen to the Campaign lies the advocate go and vote like men for every democratic candidate and Victory is ours the editor the Farmers and mechanics journal Lias plus week engaged in another profession As indicated by the four columns Campaign lies. He has a a a whopper under the title the a poor Alan a Friend a and like All other Campaign canards has no signature to it. Another a a whopper he published this week is that Mitchell paid $200 for the votes a delegation and the Republican party has even hired a huh Onasi White to travel Over the county to peddle that lie. They should have hired the reverend for he can Excel White. Everybody Well knows that air. Reams character is above reproach and we Ould not stoop so Lowr As to even attempt to sell the votes Sugarcreek township. It is a reflection upon the delegates from that township a sit upright gentlemen. This matter Alessis. Ream and Almitchell Brand As a falsehood but who will believe it knowing so Well the Revernd a methods campaigning if the Farmers Tuscarawas county want to strike an effective blow in favor lower salaries for county officers let them vote the Republican ticket next tuesday. If a Good portion All that ticket should win you would see an immense petition for reduction salaries go from this county to next Winters legislature. The republicans would agree to the proposition and the democrats would work for it to get the offices Back. Try it and . You mean Bro. Stoutt that the petition would be to double the salaries like your party did for the president and for the governor Ohio. Your party a record is bad Bro., salaries. Farmers you had better stick to the Good old democratic party. The Republican party fixed the present salaries for county offices and fell from Grace at the time the a salary done to you remember it Insh Vogue. Don t miss seeing the Fine display wrap at urf6r amp Kinsey a nov. 8,4 amp 5. The finest line wraps in the county will be exhibition at Urfer amp Kinsey a nov. 3, 4 and 5. Done to forget the Niles Benefit concert at opera House Friday night. Admission 15, 25 and 35 cents. You will hear some excellent singing and instrumental music at the opera House Friday evening this week. Go. 500 menus says and children a overcoats to select from at w. C. Sutton amp . Prices always the lowest. 44w4 we have positive information that . James Kaldenbaugh will Start a new Bank in our City within the next two months. Success to you James. The admission to the Niles Benefit concert at opera House Friday evening is Only 15, 25 and 35 cents. It will be a grand treat. Done to fail to witness do you want a suit overcoat pair pants made to order if so w. C. Sutton amp . Have just what you want and can please you in style and fit. 41 i we have added 2 quires to the times list in the last two weeks making 02 quires. If you want to advertise do it in the times for it has the largest circulation any paper in town. If you Are wanting anything in the clothing hat Cap gents furnishing goods line Call w. C. Sutton amp . They carry the largest Stock and can not fail to please Joti. Prices guaranteed. 44w4 Insh Vogue at opera House monday evening nov. 3d. This company conies direct from Columbus o., where they Are playing All this week. Do not fail to see them. Tickets now Sale at Halls. Prices 25, 35, 50 and 75 cents. Wesley Meese who resides in the country held the Lucky number for the furniture at the 3-g entertainment last saturday evening which Drew a Beautiful set furniture. Anna Eckert Drew the ladies Gold watch in the afternoon. One the happiest men in town is j. Ii. Porcher. Last monday morning a Fine 10-Pound boy arrived at his Home lie wanted a girl but says he is satisfied because it is a Democrat. Be sure and train him up in the Way he should go air. Porcher. Jacob Kohr was in n. P. Saturday. Silas merchant was at Cleveland last week. A a Jake Wagner this City was quite ill last week. A. T. Raiff and Cleveland friends. Wife Are visiting Charley Rousch Paulding county is visiting friends Here. Rease Everhart this City is visiting friends in Canton. Delbert Hendershot visited Uhrichsville friends last Friday. P. Brown was at Uhrichsville thursday business. Last Harry cruise friends in this City. Cadiz is visiting and family have moved to this City from. Uhrichsville. J. C. Joss returned last Friday after a Short business trip to new York. Aliss Ella Al Cleary was in our City a Sabbath tie guest other brother. Henry Vinton was at Uhrichsville last week in the interest Byers Mill. Etta Neff this City fell out bed one morning last week and broke her . Herman Kaserman Canton spent Sabbath with his Many friends in this City. _ John Stinebaugh has had the appearance his residence improved lately by a coat paint. From Shanesville. Airs. Hotels and Little daughter Clara Ashtabula Are the guests miss Clara Snyder this City. In gents them All. Neckwear Aliss Carrie Geckeler alter several months visit with relatives in this City has returned to Cleveland Rev. Simon has returned to his Home in this City after a pleasant visit with friends at Wadsworth last week. Aliss Ada Kohr has gone to spend the Winter with her Uncle and aunt air. And airs. Jacob Kohr Winfield. We Are glad to hear that Cyrus Hummel is Able to be around again after a very severe siege typhoid fever. Frank Skelly the accommodating clerk at the Sherman House spent a few Days at the Forrest City last week. The political meeting held in Erwin a rink saturday evening was Well attended considering the i clemency the weather. James Patrick and m. V. Ream discussed the political topics the Day in a highly appreciative manner. Barros Mills Cornet band was hand and rendered some their choicest music. Mickinley will speak at Berlin Holmes county tuesday afternoon and at Walnut Creek wednesday afternoon. Judge Stillwell is Ai Ckinley a path and will address meetings at the same places in the evening. It is rumoured that some people from Pennsylvania Are visiting friends in Holmes county in the interest Mckinley. They pretend to want to buy farm products but at the same time take occasion to election Eer their Ohio friends in Ai Ckinley a behalf. We Trust the democracy Holmes county will remain firm and True to their party. Walter Bros have sold their Butcher shop to a air. Shrader near Winfield who will take charge in a few weeks. Airs. Rachael Canada Millersburg is visiting her Mother airs. Wagner. W. D. Scheu our Carriage Painter is working at Gann o., for j. H. Fox. We Are informed that j. H. Wallick and family will soon move to canal Dover. Last tuesday evening As Jacob Sliffe and Joseph Yoder were driving Down Dover Street their horse become frightened and ran away throwing both gentlemen out giving them a severe shaking lip but not injuring them seriously. The buggy was badly wrecked. George Taylor Cleveland was Home a Short time last saturday. Avilton Blick and wife returned from Nebraska last thursday highly pleased with their visit and the Western country. Occasional. Court common pleas. Proceedings. Ruoai dutch hollow. Appointment receiver and inventory partnership property. Harrison Andreas v Ellsworth e. Pennell. Order partition. Ida r. Carnahan v Patrick h. Read. Jury trials. Mary m. Nelsch v Frederick Weber verdict for plaintiff $885.99. Judgment for plaintiff. John Hitchcock v Alary r. Haskins it Al. Guardian Adlite. Alathea l Kennedy v Samuel Kennedy. Motions and demurrer overruled. Julius l. Colien v the Ohio insurance . Same v the firemen insurance . Criminal. Ohio v John Liller. Bastardy recognizance. Ohio complaint Ruhanna Lytle v we. B. Stevens. Defendant to plead. Lemuel Hamilton v Jacob Art. George Walter v Christian Gerber. Ida r. Carnahan v Patrick h. Read. Daniel Korns is James f. Irvine. James t. Of Donnell v Henry Bowers. Confirmation and Sale. Geo. A. Betscher Assignee v Christian Roth. Continuance stricken out. Sarah a. Taylor v John a. Taylor. Cases continued. Thomas e. Beans v Tuscarawas Valley Coal . In the matter times holding common pleas courts. Real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds the advocate says that the times had but one candidate and that is the gang candidate for probate judge. We can not expect the truth from the advocate during Campaign times for the editor is not built that Way and it is really a wonder he is Able to be out bed after giving birth to such an effusion lies As those he was delivered this week. If it had been his first product the kind he would have died sure. The times shows for itself whether it treats our candidates for the other offices fair. It done to take a Blind Man to see who the fight is waged against and where you find the political enemy fighting there you find us repelling the attack and that is what worries the advocate. We would respectfully ask what the advocate journal have said in the interest the Republican candidates other than probate judge. They leave Galbraith wholly in the cold to fight his own Battle. Republican editors have tried to impress the Farmers that we have an extravagant administration in Tuscarawas county. The tax notices Shiv exactly the Levy the Hundred dollars. The following shows the tax levied by the various counties mentioned for county purposes giving the political complexion each Scioto r 88c the Hundred. Guernsey r 73c a a a a a a Noble r 60c a a a a a a Carroll r 48c a a a a a a Stark d 39c a a a a Tuscarawas d 32c a a a a a a the above is from tax tables received from the various counties named. Air. Burry has never denied that he was Friendly to the Street railway and gave $50 toward it. If there is anything wrong about this Friendship to the Road Why scratch Mitchell because he was Alvayor canal Dover we Hen the right Way we As Given Are they not equal footing so far As that grievance touches the Farmers who travel the Road furnishing goods we Lead underwear in All prices the latest styles. Gloves a 4-Hose, Etc., in endless varieties. Every thing in oar line at prices that defy Competition. Call and examine our Stock and get prices. 44wt4 w. C. Sutton amp . Charles Hinig aged 23 years and son air. John Hinig Bricktown died saturday typhoid fever. He was one the twins. This is the second death from fever in that Home. The girl who lived with air. Hinig died a few weeks ago the same disease. Air. Hinig has also been quite ill typhoid fever but is convalescing. Air. Charles Engel aged thirty seven years died last Friday morning typhoid fever. The deceased was Well respected and was a kind hearted and courteous citizen. The funeral took place sunday afternoon. Services were conducted by Shonbrun Lodge no. 107, i. O. O. F., w hich he was an honoured member. Last londay evening about 8 clock while the Yard engine we As doing some shifting de. Harmon aged 17, employed by the L. Amp a. Ry., attempted to jump from the moving engine and in some Way his foot caught the Pilot somewhere and was throw the track when he was literally Cut to pieces. He was a son George Harmon and a resident Here. His relatives and friends have the sympathy All. Airs. Charles Anil Mot Pittsburg is visiting air. And airs. Charles Birch and Lilly Simpkins Niles returned Home this week after a pleasant visit with them. _ do you need a cloak if so done to fail to see Urfer amp Kinsey a elegant cloaks nov. 3, 4 and 5. A refrigerator in first class condition Good size. A ill be sold cheap. Of. Information Call at the times office. To rent a 11 room House cellar Cistern City water grate fires and sprinkler for Street about october first. Inquire at clerks office. 33tf Josh. Ii Ensel our Street commissioner was at Uhrichsville last we Eek ordering two car loads to Ling never mind we will soon manufacture it ourselves. Insh Vogue brimful sensations Catchy music new songs Jig and reel dancing Etc., will be produced at the opera House very soon. Lookout for the Date. _ 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. A Ery cheap. Cali at times office. It is reported that air. Davison who bought a lot Timber from one the Forbes heirs eloped recently with a snug sum Money leaving his employees to suffer. He went to the place he had been shipping his lumber to receive his pay promising to return the following Friday and pay his men but no Davison appeared. Part his employees attached what lumber and logs he left and the balance will have to do the Best they can with a bad bargain. Aye Hope they May yet catch the miscreant and Reward him according to his works. John Westphal has been digging Coal the past week for Thomas Phillips a Ashington township. Jacob Blind moved from port aah Ashington to dutch hollow. He will stay with his Mother for the Winter As he can have More convenient stables for his Stock than he could have at port and not so far to haul feed. Favourable reports have reached us from Nebraska. Airs. Alary ayes Phal Ayi Denor is exceedingly Well pleased with her new Home. Air. And airs. G. D. Liller airs. Frederic Liller master Charley and Aliss Salome Weingarth visited friends in Harrison county sunday oct. 19. O. A. Decker and Chris. Kuntz Are building a Cor crib for Harmon Bond. That most unwelcome visitors death called at the residence air. Aus. Kail oct. 18th, and called him away. The worst All fevers typhoid caught hold him and he had to go. Imagine if you can the grief at the household his father when he was brought Home where he was a Short time ago to a party the picture health a Corpse sunday evening. Aus. Was Only 34 years age. This should teach us the shortness life and the certainty death and urge us to be Ever ready when the death an gel Calls. He leaves a wife two Chil Dren father Mother brother and sister and a great Many friends to mourn his loss. Life is real life is Earnest and the grave is not its goal. Dust thou arts to dust return eth Yas not written the soul. Let us then be up and doing Avith a heart for any Fate still achieving still pursuing learn to labor and to wait. O. I. C. B f and John Price to Isabella Surgenor part lots 9 and 10, Dennison. $ 450 Ai Yoder to a i Bontrager 88 5-10 acres Sugarcreek. 6,000 f Hay to j Alc Clelland 138.9 acres Goshen.11,000 j ii Adolf to p j Liller 59 acres Bucks. Geo. Limbach to Board education $ acre Goshen. Elizabeth Albert to Alfred Korts lot 11, new Phila. Sheriff Geller to j n Rennecker 40 acres Awarren. I j Harris Assignee to John Penrod 434 acres Sugarcreek. Sheriff Goeler to Henry Ander Man 40 acres York. John Fox to Uriah Gerber part lot 66, Shanesville. John Booth to Geo a Booth 224 acres Oxford. John a Fox to John Fox part lot 66, Shanesville. Geo Beans to Jane Williams 45 acres Goshen. John a Ihinger to Robt Stocker part lots 187 and 188, Dover. Alice and aarm Clark to Ellen Haman lot 3, new Phila. Call at a a times a office. I have for Sale As agent a splendid Stock general merchandise in a Good town with a Large and Well established Trade Stock not shelf worn but first class and will invoice 8 9 thousand dollars that can be sold and take in part pay a Good piece land in Tuscarawas Harrison Coshocton counties. Good store building can be sold with Stock if desired. Good reasons for Selling. Address the editor the times. 31 . For Sale Trade. I have for Sale Trade several tracts Western land in Nebraska Kansas and alis Souri will Trade for Stock any kind any Good Chattle property at a fair value for town property. Some these lands Are improved and some unimproved and some partially improved. Title Good and abstracts can be furnished. Call the editor times. Of Harvest excursions via Vania links. The Pennsyl Harvest excursion tickets to land and business centers in the West Northwest South and Southwest will be sold at one fare for round trip via the Pennsylvania lines ayes Pittsburgh september 9th and 23d, and october 14th. For Complete information apply to nearest ticket pass agent. 36w6 for Sale. The Large Island lying Between the two dams the Tuscarawas River one the finest locations for a summer resort in the county. It also comprises the Best fishing Waters in the state. Will be offered reasonable terms. Inquire l. Edie Tuscarawas Ohio s. Floore editor times. 27tf for Sale. One platform Spring Wagon with covered top. It was built for a delivery Wagon at a Cost $90 one set harness new. Will sell very cheap. Call address p. Oak Leaf port Washington editor the times. 31 for Sale Trade. 10o 100 1000 50 2600 1605 550 3000 300 400 1400 300 a Good 40 acre tract improved land in Norton county Kansas five Miles from Railroad. Also a 40 acre Timber claim 24 acres planted in Forest Trees. Will Trade for Small farm Stock town property. Call at the times office. I Good building lots Well located in the City Avie Hita is. We Ould Trade for town property in new Philadelphia canal Dover for land in Tuscarawas county. A bargain for any one wanting to go we est. For particulars inquire Samuel Floore for Sale. A thorough bred Short Horn Bull four years old perfectly gentle and weighs about 1,600 pounds. A ill take $55. For information apply at times office. H houses Tor Sale. Eup Epsy. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. This is what you ought to have in fact you must have it to fully enjoy life. Thousands Are searching for it daily and mourning because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands dollars Are spent annually by our people in the Hope that they May attain this Boon. And yet it May be had by All. We guarantee that electric bitters if used according to directions and the use persisted in will bring you Good digestion and oust the Demon dyspepsia and install instead Eup Epsy. Aye recommend electric bitters for dyspepsia and All diseases liver stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. And $1.00 per bottle by f. C. Liller amp son druggist. A. Bippus amp son is sole agent in new Philadelphia for chases Barley malt we Hisky. Rich and pure it is a Fine tonic for the weak and feeble it strengthens the lungs. _ 44w4 special announcement. Nov. 3, 4 and 5 will be the dates for the great special cloak Sale at Urfer amp Kinsey a. 100 bushels soft Corn for Sale inquire at this office. 2t to the Public. Nol Ltd it to the Light. From s her rods Ville. The journal s headlines show that the Republican party has but two candidates. Democratic meetings. Certain democratic candidates Are making desperate efforts to get Republican votes to make up losses in their own party. It is a shameful reproach upon men calling themselves republicans that democratic losses have heretofore been made Good to them from our party when if republicans had been faithful our candidates would have been elected. Vye can never expect to build up a party in this county unless republicans Are All faithful to their own candidates and we sincerely Hope the party will show a United front next . Democrats do you a catch a the advocate wants your votes for the Republican candidates but done to want any republicans to vote for a democratic candidate. Who is making a greater Effort to get votes from the opposite party than air. Burry and hi3 a a Boodle is being used freely to do it too. The democratic executive committee has arranged meetings As follows at Lannings school House in Terry township Friday evening october 31. Speakers by special request Ai. V Ream and j. D. T. Bold. At Bolivar november 1st. Speakers a. A. Yeagley and j. A Ilkin. At Strasburg november 1st. Speakers a a. A. Hostetler and m. V. Ream. At Black band saturday evening nov. 1st. Speaker a. A. D. Richards. At new Cumberland Friday evening oct. 31st. Speaker Eli r. Benfer. Go to the polls with a clean ticket. Air. Harvey Barnhill was asked to come out Over his signature by the editor the Tuscarawas Democrat and deny the charges that he Barnhill was working for the defeat Jasper Almitchell but no he could not face the music after having election ered so Many democrats in the county for air. Burry. He did deny to the same party that he was working against Almitchell doubtless thinking that would not reach the ears those parties he had talked with. He was asked to deny in the same Way that he was tendered the office Deputy by Mitchell at an increased salary $200 per year and he refused to do that but he did quietly deny it personally to some his friends. We dare him to deny it under oath. Last thursday we saw . Alonzo Latto Uhrichsville and Aliss Almartha Philips Tippecanoe aboard a c., l. Amp a. Train their Way to Beach City to be married by Rev. Philips brother the Bride. Air. Latto is a Fine Young Man excellent habits and Well worthy the hand the fair Bride. Aliss Philips is one Tippecanoe a handsomest and most estimable Young ladies. We wish them a world happiness. They will reside in Uhrichsville for the present. For Sale Exchange a Good machine shop with excellent new machinery and building. Adapted to most any kind machine work could easily be converted into a Nice manufacturing Plant. Good town 1300 inhabitants. Call at times office. Wraps Coats jackets Urfer amp Kinsey will have Alor Day tuesday and a wednesday Noverr Ber 3, 4 and 5, a special cloak Sale. A re have made arrangements with e the largest cloak manufacturers to be with us the above dates. Having adopted a new plan this year we will not take measurement for Coats but will have in Stock those dates Over $6,000.00 Worth ladies Coats in All sizes and styles. Can suit you in style and Price. A the advise our friends and customers to buy their Coats at once As the Tariff Bill recently passed has caused a Sharp Advance 15 per cent All Plush and cloth goods. Aye will continue to sell at the old Price for the next 20 Days Only. Remember the place and Date. Urfer amp Kinsey new Philadelphia John Parr and ii. A. Schweitzer Are examining the treasurers office. The Public should not forget that the evening nov. 6th they have the Opportunity hearing one the fore most orators the american lecture platform. The lecture entitled a Saul Tarsus a we hich Hon. G. R. A endling will deliver this occasion is a Dis Cussion orators and oratory and an analysis the life and greater speeches St. Paul some which Are rendered with powerful effect. The Genius the eloquence and the heroic qualities Paul make a rare theme and in the hands an orator such Power As . A endling a fascinating lecture is the result. It is not a discussion any the religious phases the teachings Paul but weaving the supernatural element treats the subject from a critical and historical Point View and is therefore deeply interesting to All classes. It is to Day one the great lectures the american platform. Done to fail to secure a ticket for the entire course As it will thus Only Cost you an average 20 cents per entertainment. A single lecture including a reserved seat will Cost 50 cents. Reserved seats we ill be Sale at Halls jewelry store four Days before each lecture. Only 500 course tickets will be sold. Aye we Ould therefore that they get their tickets Early. A Minsha Vogue is an intensely interesting picturesque play. A Beautiful Story nicely acted and magnificently presented. Its characters Are portrayed with a faithful adherence to nature. The comedy scenes Are excellent. The singing and dancing . Y. Morning journal. A Young Man this City we ent out a a mashing a one evening last week and his attention was drawn to a would be handsome Young lady and he falsely gained her consent to take a but before he departed for the Carriage he was very much surprised to discover that the handsome Young lady was none other than a Young Man attired in woman a clothing. The joke was too Good to keep. New trans Continental route via Chicago Milwaukee amp St Paul and Northern Pacific railroads. Suggest to our readers through Pullman sleeping car leaves Chicago daily at 5 30 p. Ai. For St. Paul and Alinne Pohs. A a Fargo North Dakota. A a Helena and Butte Alontaga. A a the Yellowstone Park. A a Spokane Falls and Tacoma. A a Portland Oregon. Best route to Seattle and All North Pacific coast Points. The Scenic line to California via Portland and the Shasta route. Tickets Sale every we Here. For information apply to any agent address a. A. H. Carpenter general passenger agent Chicago us to am. Kelly jr., trav. Pass. Agt., 16, South Broad St., Philadelphia a. 44-2 returning from an extended visit to different Points we will Endeavor to give a Brief list the sights and sayings witnessed our return the new Block is we Ell under Way. It is truly an ornament to our Village and covers More space than any other building in the county. The new c., Amp s. Depot is also rapidly nearing completion. It is somewhat larger and finer than the old one. Henry Malov Lias erected a Fine residence Leesville Street which he will occupy As soon As completed. J. A. Al Organ a new store room Al ill Street is about completed. George Barrick has added a Ware room to his store. A. C. Rainsberger has conveyed his Stock goods from the Newell property to his Fine new store room where he will conduct business in the same Way As before the fire. . John Davis and airs. Annie Robinson at 6 15 a. M., tuesday the 21st inst. The Happy couple immediately left for Canton where they remained until Friday when they returned to their old friends. On the same evening air. By. Tomlinson and Aliss Lizzie Al Organ were made one. They left the 7.00 p. train for alas Sillon to spend the Honey Moon. Returned saturday. A grand Ball was Given last monday evening in their Honor. All concerned have the Best wishes the whole Community. Quite a number our citizens went to Canton last saturday to hear Blaine and Mickinley speak the subject Tariff. D. R. Y. 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. Avi Zereas certain unreliable and unprincipled persons Are maliciously circulating the slanderous reports that i bought Silver knives and Forks from Horace Hall the jeweler and gave them to a lewd woman thus seeking to injure mein the eyes the Public and to Hurt my Good name As a citizens All which statements Are unmitigated lies. To Clear myself from said wilful and malicious slander said persons not being responsible in Law for their utterances i hereby submit the following Ebert Wardt. To tolled Kempis Ila Sam 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 up. 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. R. Arnold Engineer the ayes Shore Ray at Canajoharie n. Y. 43 opened to the Public a boarding House in the Degreif property just opposite the Ai. E. Church by s. E. Horrisberger. Also a restaurant and Saloon in connection. Your patronage solicited. 41 w4 and after this Date All school books will be furnished with Holden a Patent Book covers free Cost. Ave Are sole agents for these covers and can be had Only at a Ells drug store 41w4 new Philadelphia Affidavits Rees the state Ohio 1 Tuscarawas county. / i Horace Hall being duly sworn upon my oath say that i am a jeweler in the town new Philadelphia Ohio that Rees Eberhardt bought from me a set Silver Tea spoons and table spoons upon which i engraved the name his wife and gave them to her she selecting them and the style lettering she wished engraved them. Afterwards air. Eberhardt selected a set Silver knives and Forks and had the same letters engraved them As were engraved the spoons. I never before since sold him any kind silverware. Horace l. Hall. L. A signed and sworn to before me this 28th Day october 1890. John Donahey clerk courts the state Ohio Tuscarawas county / i Rees Ebert Wardt being duly sworn upon my oath say that the knives and Forks mentioned in the foregoing affidavit i gave to my wife and she has them in her Possession with the spoons. 1 never bought any silverware except As stated in the foregoing affidavit neither did i Ever buy furniture supplies any kind for any one except my wife and our children. Rees Eberhardt. L. A signed and sworn to before me this 28th Day october 1890. John Donahey clerk courts. A scrap paper saves her life. For Sale trade�?160 acres Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Avold Trade for property in near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call the editor the times. Of for Sale a 70 acre tract Good land five Miles from new Philadelphia 45 acres Good coal�?4 it. Vein easy Access 2j 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. Cail at the times office. Avail paper Sale at Wells drug store will be continued for next thirty Days. All Wall paper positively at Cost. Wells drug store 41 w4 new Phila., There is no Verdigris other impurity in chases Barley malt a risky. It is Rich and nutritious and the Best All whiskies for family Aud medicinal purposes. Sold by a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia 40w4 it was just an Ordinary scrap wrapping paper but it saved her life. She was in the last stage consumption told by physicians that she was incurable and could live Only a Short time she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece wrapping paper she read . Kings new discovery and got a Sample bottle it helped her she bought a Large bottle it helped her More bought another and grew better fast continued its use and is now Strong healthy Rosy plump weighing 140 pounds. For Fuller particulars Send stamp to a. H. Cole druggist. Fort Smith. Trial bottles this wonderful discovery free at f. C. Liller amp son drug store

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