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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 4, 1890, 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 solicit d. Volume v. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. $ 1 00 three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y r. 8 100 $2 00 �3 00 8 5 00 2 00 5 00 n 50 15 0< 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 5. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 business notices ten cents per Philadelphia o., thursday september 4, 1890. Number 36. Cd do a i m s a old a 5 2 a 7c 3 vyv in. I co a 5 6 2 l1 her in in ire a s is j x5 it 5 in i 5 it Ca it c6 1 i h it 1 h it a a j r 5 a a c a 73 Cai it it 1 a a a 1 it it 1 he 1 Al y. Zzz i i z i Rte i. So 5c it a c j 1 z 1 h 1 c a t c 1 la 3c 35 i in re j 1 i a i a Oion a i to xxx 4r new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday september 4, 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 a the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. In advance1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Amp a address All matter intended for publication to the times. J9 >5 a a amp 32 73 1 c cd Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 democratic judicial convention. The weeks doings. Court convenes the 10th inst. Sham Battle at Uhrichsville to Day. Rolling Mill will have electric lights it is not cowardly to Retreat at the bar. Sportsmen Are seeking the blood the pheasant. The infirmary Board was in session monday and tuesday. The weeks doings. Belts from 8 cents to 25c. Each belts for 33 cents at the Bon ton. Silk Ruji trains depart from Alliance As follows Central Lime going West no. 1. Fast line. 9. Chicago express. 11. Mail. 3. Mail express. Going East no. S. Fast line. It. Accommodation. A. Mail. 10. Fast express. 20. Day express. 6. Alliance accommodation. T 2 30 10-20 t 9-20 4-50 3-45 f 6-30 . 3 10 p ill. T 9-Lo . 10-30 45 trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a in 12-45 a a and 2-30 p in. Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at9- a a 4-30 and 3-00 . . 3 Lias 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 tie ticket agent Alliance Ohio. A daily. 1 daily except sunday. Daily except monday. A a. Ford general pass and ticket agent. Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The C. Amp St. Louis railway ii Andle route. Schedule taking effect june 15,1890. Going West. Trains depart from the in. C. A St. Louis de pot Uhrichsville Junction As follows the committee the eighteenth and nineteenth districts met at Cambridge Ohio tuesday july 29th, 1s90 and decided to hold the next Democrat District convention at Newcomerstown Ohio thursday sept., 11th. 1890. At 1 clock porn. For tie purpose nominating one candidate for member state Board equalization and transact such other business As May come before the convention. The representation in said convention will be based the vote gov. James e Campbell for 1-89, and will entitle each county to one Delegate for every 100 voters and one Delegate for every fraction 50 More votes cast for Janies e Campbell As follows Coshocton.31 Guernsey. Monroe. Tuscarawas. Noble part. W. Ii. Mccabe Secretary. 21 53 wire Hamilton chairman. Democratic state ticket. For Secretary state Hon. Triad. E. Cromley Pickaway county. For supreme judge Hon. George b. Okey Franklin county. For member Board Public works Jion. Leopold Keif be Miami county. Express. Accommodation. Express. Express. Going East. Express. Express. Express. Accommodation 11-05 t 5-20 a 12-15 a in t 3-53 p in 2-45 11-05 2-40 p ill 8-15 a everyday. Central Tirre t except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg. , 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 Ehrichs Vilie Junction. O Hio. E a Ford. Gou. As. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Wood uen. Manager Pittsburg l a. 1.e \ Lla d Ikpi t i i a to re r. L. Democratic co. Ticket. For congressman fourteenth District James w. Owens Licking county. I us aka was in eve going East. B Kan. In schedule t May i 1890. Stations. Ltd ail express local. Lea Vuk new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 go 1o canal Dover. E 35 a a 210 a a 1 10 a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2 a a Mineral Point. 7 3u a a 2 31 1 1 Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 46 a a a Yue Foburg. 8 10 a a 2 51 a a 9 a i Malvern. 8 45 a a 3 01 a a it 2ta a Oneida. S 45 a a 5 06 Quot 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 3.55 a a Alliance. 10 00 a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. 1210 a a 4 50 a a Bellaire. 4 50 a a s 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 1 7 60 a going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. To 610 . 12 45 . Bellaire. 4 40 it 10 Wellsville. S 15 2 40 Cleveland. S 00 1 15 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 1 15 Yin . Minerva. I 03 4 25 7 25 Onuida. 1 a it 4 36 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 15 Wayne Surg. I 28 5 h 55 Magnolia. Mineral Point. 11 33 5 07 9 20 11 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 .45 10 10 canal Dover. 12 10 6 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 11 00 All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers flt it a the West connect at Alliane with trains the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare etc., apply to to. F. Milak gent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph woo e. A. Ford. General manager. Pittsburgh. A. Cleveland and Marietta Ray in effect May 11, 1890. Stations. Going North. Going South. No. 5. I 7 no. 3. 500pm 1115am 612 1230pm i 658 j 128 pm 190 745 am 745 230 805 i 253 1 815 303 820 309 825 315 836 327 843 i 337 852 347 8.58 354 903 359 i 912 409 819 41ti 925 425 j 441 i 454 1 .500506 j i 516 j 533 540 1 545 552 i 55 is j 612 i 622 637 1 643 j 700 540 550 555 600 611 620 630 637 642 651 65-3 702 724 1 no. 2 no. 4 Cleveland. Akron.1 1 Canton. 230 pm 114 1223 i Toledo. 620 la Val car 1145ax a 700pm canal Dover 1122 6 45 i Turners. 1112 025 Blackband. 11 6 1620 Philipsburg 1100 615 Wolf a. 1047 t>g2 Neomer toxin 1040 555 Post boy. 1629 545 Guernsey. 1022 538 Kim Holton. 1017 533 Millers. Loos 523 a Oldham a. 1001 516 Cambridge. 955 510 Byersville 932 453 it pleasant 919 440 Glenwood. 913 433 Ava. 907 427 Belle Valley 858 418 j Caldwell. 848 4i Dudley. 838 358 South Olive 832 352 Dexter City 827 347 Jack Surg o26 340 Elba. 813 332 Warner. 759 318 Whipple. 849 �?�31.8 Stanley. 783 253 Cay Wood. 727 247 Marietta. 710 i 230 la Parks by _ 225 140 pm 903 1913 924 940 1043 a Don t 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. Close connections made at Marietta with c-w.ab., t. Amp C. Kex. Liy., 7 a It., and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b. Pfc East and West at Newcomerstown with pc. A St l. East and West at canal Dover with c. L. A w. And c. A North and East at Valley Junction with w. A l. C. And Valley by. W in Richards Geum i pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. For probate judge Jasper h. Mitchell Dover. For clerk courts a join c. Donahey Perry. For recorder Hugh t. Minn is Roslien. For prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick Goshen. For county commissioner Adam Miller Oxford. For Surveyor Oliver ii. Hoover Goshen. For infirmary director James m. Pouter Mill. For Coroner Bazil d. Downey Goshen. On monday this week . John Meyers county treasurer stepped Down and out office and . C. C. Forney. Treasurer elect took Possession. Or. Meyers made an excellent officer and his son one the Best deputies that Ever was in the office. They go out with the Best wishes Many friends. Prof. Forney we Are confident will be second to none As an obliging and efficient officer and has Given one the strongest Bonds Ever filed in the county. Or. Forney has employed . Ambrose Bowers for Deputy. Ambros is a very might and intelligent Young Man and upright in every respect. Tax payers will be pleased with their administration. The democracy Ohio nominated a Strong ticket at the convention last week. T. E. Crinley was nominated for Secretary state. He is the Farmers candidate and very popular and will Lead the part a to Victory if any one will. Hon. Geo. B. Okey was nominated for supreme judge. He has a great Legal mind and knows More about the supreme court decisions than any other lawyer in the state. He is worthy the support the people. Hon. Leopold Keifer Miami county was nominated for member Board Public works and is an excellent Choice. If the democracy Ohio will but do their duty and go to work the whole ticket will be elected. Now is the time for democrats to Waken up in this county for a few who Are displeased with the nominations for county offices Are trying to deliver the offices Over to the republicans. Democrats Are you willing that this shall be done ? if not go to work for the ticket. Hanna Sullivan died recently at new Castle pa., aged 111 years. De. Lester paid �7.50, last saturday for looking into a Glass too often. Cabs. Swihart Lias purchased the Saloon and fixtures Andy Schupp at Goshen. The largest line school books and school supplies in the county at Wells drug store. 36w-l Henry Shearer an inmate the county infirmary from canal Dover died saturday. Saturday was Day at Massillon Coal mines below this City. §3,300 were paid out to miners. The Lockport m. E. Sunday school will picnic at City Park near Bricktown thursday sept. 4th. Samuel Foltz had a very neat veranda placed in front his residence North Broadway last week. Hilarity at the opera House sept. 11, 12 and 13th. Done to fail to attend and enjoy an evening Delight. Milos Ogle counterfeiter arrested at Columbus with �1,000 his person wont have Many Miles to go. George Fisher Bolivar a struck Oil this year when he raised 1,200 bushels potatoes. They will net him a handsome Fortune. Married August 21st, at the m. E. Parsonage Blakes Mills by Rev. M. T. Scarborough Clement c. Kiser and miss Alice l. Simmers. The cheapest drugs and Patent med loins in the county at Wells drug store. A Little girl in Cincinnati school fell Down stairs and broke her Skull. --3-- Candy maker Landman Cincinnati suicide last wednesday. Sweet Way doing business. G. M. Struble Nitro Glycerine Hauler is being looked after several pieces his body have been lost. An editor at Monroeville offers�25 for the apprehension the Rascal who poisoned Liis two Kittens. Quite a catastrophe. Frank Clemens at Crestline fired a Cannon off full powder in Honor a grand picnic. It was a a a picnic to find him after that. Wash. Greer who hammered Sam. Cox near Zanesville a few Days ago was captured and is under �1,000 Bonds. Geo. Coleman a Cincinnati Man stuck his head out a moving car m a Bride and lost it. This goes to show a Man had better keep his a a Mug to himself. Notice Sellers auction Sale advertisement our fourth Page this week. Sale to commence saturday sept. 0th. An italian by the name Mixter who was crazy suicide last week at Niles. That kind mixer generally ends that Way. The largest Stock White Lead linseed Oil varnishes colors brushes and painters supplies in the county at Wells drug store. 36w4 the Ohio state fair will open at Columbus monday september loth and close september 19th. Reduced rates via the Pennsylvania lines. If you wish to make a wedding present just Call at the store mrs. Jacob Miller and select a handsome Tea set that Beautiful chinaware which you can have at absolute Cost. Call and see. The weeks doings. Tickets Sale at Halls jewelry store for prices 15, 23 and 35c. September 11, 12 and 13th. Done to miss a Good laugh for it is better than Medicine. John l. Parsons at Cincinnati was arrested for dressing in female clothes. First Parson record known to be arrested for being attired in woman a Hab aliments. The ladies id society the lutheran Church will give a supper at it i incr Knisely son North Broadway Friday evening. Supper 15c. All Are cordially invited. Married at the residence John Hammond Blakes Mills >., August 3>, is90, by Rev. M. T. Scarborough Leo l. Smith and miss Emma Grimm both new Philadelphia. We make it an invariable Rule to look closely after collections but it does not follow that in doing so we impugn the Honor honesty those to whom we give notices that their accounts Are due and we request them prompt payments. Miss Nellie Kelley the Ohio state journal is the Only Telegraph woman in the country holding such a place. She Tala s her words from the Telegraph instrument and then uses the Type writer taking 1,500 words nightly. She has not missed a night for years. Married at Chicago lii., thursday aug. 28th, 1890, win. Allen mite Limner formerly new Philadelphia it and mrs. Nellie Graham Chicago. Or. M. Has Many old friends Here where he was born and reared who Send greeting Good wishes for health and Prosperity. Sorry to learn that . Shaw the Central House at Dover will discontinue hotel keeping for the present. His lease expires september 20th, and the owners have made arrangements for other parties to occupy it. His successor will have to Hustle if Fie excels . Shaw. Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt theum fever sores Tetter \ happen hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat san Eton Money refunded. Price 25 cents Der Box. For a amp in by f. C Miller a son. 6y2 the question to be settled this fall is do you want a Man educated in the Law for probate judge one who makes no prevention whatever As to the knowl Edge the Law a matter vital con Cern to litigants would you hire a Man to superintend your High schools if he held no certificate did not pretend to have a literary education certainly not. A ooh a says one a if we elect . Burry he will employ a competent Well who is he ? i f deputies Are to play the part judge and Ren Der judicial decisions that would in deed be a new departure. The Legal Points that arise in the probate court Are As intricate As in the court common pleas. Deputies As a Rule have to be educated m the office by one who already knows the work the office . Barnhill is a Democrat and could not accept tie position Deputy under a Republican and if he remained at All he would want to remain under a democratic administration. This is a very import it question to be decided at the Pui is. Lockport is proud just because they have electric lights. Marquis Andrews is claimed to be the Best Wool Sacker in the county. Last saturday was Day at rolling Mill and great Deal Money changed hands. Napkins for 50, 05, 68, 75 cents and $1 per dozen and upwards at Greenfield amp Rauschs. Lockport citizens have electric lights and everybody loses Many hours rest watching it twinkle. Gents sateen neckties and silk tie rings in All shades for ten cents at the Bon ton East High Street. Ernst Schmidt sr., raised a Liell Ballon with his lady renter last wednesday and she had birr arrested in Ernst. A pleasure boat capsized at Deal and seven passengers drowned. When it was found out a great Deal trouble was caused. Points about people. Sherman Marks undyed in this City. From Hartwood. Otto Lair Cleveland spent Sabbath in n. Philip Gintz was at canal Dover last saturday. Lenry Billett is a business trip in Michigan. Otto Lair Cleveland was in this City Over sunday. Geo. Cross Canton was in town a few Days last week. Allie Knisely visited co univ last week. Friends in the . Clair and de. Huzzard arc in jail waiting to hear what the grand jury has to say about their Case. Last wednesday evening these two men robbed mrs. Thomas �20, and skipped to canal Dover via the Street car route. No sooner was it found out than Daniel Sweeney slipped Over there and captured them in a Saloon and brought them Here before Iii Honor who found them guilty robbery and gave them such a heavy Bond that they withstand the pressure and were placed in Safe keeping. A the ways the transgressor is the Standard Democrat published in this City was sold last week to Rev. Banker a Baptist minister. Or. Banker took charge the paper Friday the paper is Christianer tie Farmers and mechanics journal devoted to the interests the tax payers Tuscarawas county and the Republican party. It has taken quite a leap politically from that a democratic Sheet to an aggressive Republican paper. The paper was first started As an Independent Sheet under . P. H. Read and then sold to John b. Read who made it democratic and afterwards sold it Back to H. Read who now retires from the newspaper Field by Selling to Rev. Banker. We Welcome . Banker to the newspaper Arena and Hope he May have smooth sailing. Just How Friendly two Republican editors a will take to each other m this Field labor is yet to be tested. Remember there is labor in the Vineyard for All so Here is our reverend. We still have hand a Large selection Fine China goods finely decorated Ware etc., that we Are now Selling at Cost and no Humbug about it. We wish to close out that Branch Trade a All soon at mrs. Jacob Millers. At the Nursery Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia Ohio you can buy All kinds the Best varieties fruit Trees cheaper than anywhere else. Call and see for yourself. Evergreens Maple Trees and Strawberry plants a specially. August 7. 1890. 3m Why the retail Price for China Ware when you can decorate your table with Fine China goods at wholesale Price. This we can assure you for we Are closing out the immense China shop the late Jacob Liller. We have Many Hundred dollars Worth left yet and will continue to sell at Cost until All that class goods Are sold. Mrs. Jacob . Parties occupying the Exchange Block rooms teased a scissor grinder the Street last wednesday by throwing things at him which made him angry. At one time a chunk some hard substance which looked As though it had Teeth ? cracked him the head which made the grinder yell bloody murder. That party would have been arrested had he been found out. The scissor grinder took a walk. The Cleveland press correspondent from this City has great exaggerate be Powers when lie says a a receipts new electric railway be tween Here and canal Dover average daily �50.00.�?� Well now any person with Good common sense would be More Wise than to he a stuffed with such there would have to be 500 people daily passing at 10 cents each to make the above amount. The correspondent can to pull the Wool Over this intelligent Community. Neighbor pleas give Correct items. While Benjamin Fuhrer wife and four Little children were driving toward canal Dover sunday morning their horse became frightened at the Street car and in turning around pushed the buggy upon the track and the occupants knocked out upon the ground w without injuring them. The buggy and horse belonged to Mose Goodwin and now Moses will have to get a new buggy. The horse went through the harness. Ben is plucky but not enough strength for a foolish horse. The last chances Only five More encyclopedia Brittania will allow you to take one copy a month. Only five gets left at Wells drug store. 36w4 chases Barley malt whiskey is Stini plating and nourishing to the old and feeble it is absolutely pure. Sold by a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia 32 w4 the German Catholic Congress will Convene at Pittsburgh sept. 21st. Excursion rates via the Pennsylvania lines. See notice in this paper. Vicks buoy while trimming an Apple tree last thursday accidentally had a severe Gash Cut into the Side his neck by a Sharp a. A physician sewed up the wounds. Arth Brown purchased Frank Riden Baughs Pointer last week. Before the dog was taken away he bit a Little girl Jet. Morris. Brown let to shoot the cur but it was a shame he did not. Will continue our Wall paper Sale for 30 Days longer. Any paper in the House will be sold at actual Cost Only 30 Days More to reduce Stock at Wells drug store. 30 w 4 Peter launch a Gray headed new Ark Man was arrested for raping Zerina Kuppinger. If Peter was made a la Unish there would be no further trouble his part. Or. Rees Eberhardt and his a a a kit men have built 10 new houses ranging m Price from �600 to �3,500, besides a it modelling and repairing several others. Let us hear from others. Jno. Griffith Alliance was visiting friends Here last week. Millie Niles is visiting in the country the guest miss Milar. Mrs. E. M. Carly and daughter Alice visited Dove Ritea saturday. Chas. Eberhardt and wife were vist ing in Bolivar thursday. Geo Canada wife and baby canal Dover were in town sunday. Charley Nagley left Friday morning last for Alabama ga., business. Lawyer Greene wife and baby Uhrichsville were in town sunday. Of ii. C. Sharp has lately returned from his pleasure trip to Mountain Park my. Miss Maggie Doyle Rochester is guest her sister mrs. Olive Knisely. Mrs. T. B. Raiff and children visited Shanesville friends a few Days last week misses Carrie Niles and Dazie Dodd returned from Uhrichsville saturday. Joe Loeb and wife Uhrichsville was in town Legal business saturday. Tom Loller attorney Uhrichsville was in town saturday. Clarence and Jona Simon Are visiting Rev. Simon and wife. Sam. Lenner Plymouth was the guest s. Of Donnell last week. Miss Thompson Coshocton is the guest David Raiff and family. Miss Cline Pennsylvania is visiting mrs. O. Hoover. Sheriff Goeler and Tommy Raiff were at Bolivar last thursday business. A. N. Auer representing to be a Stock buyer from new York registered tuesday at Sherman House and stayed until Friday. On Friday he told Lafe Wal lick that his son had taken a car Load cattle to new York from Orrville and Massillon and that he was Short Money and the son would be Here Friday evening. He said he had some cattle to for at new Cumberland which he wanted to ship As soon As his son arrived and asked landlord Wal lick kindly for a loan �50.00 until evening. Wallick course thought it All right pulled out the necessary Lucre and gave it. Afterwards the Confidence Man took a Rig and went to Uhrichsville and put the horses in Uhrich amp sprouls livery stable when he said he would Call for them in the evening As he was going to Newcomerstown to ship Cate. Lie never returned but told them the Rig belonged to w. L. Wallick. He left a Satchel and a Gold headed umbrella but nothing to give his name. He was about 55 years age slender with Long Beard wore glasses and Blind in right Eye genian descent with broken language. Wallick Hopes to capture the rogue. Get one the Large Webster dictionaries at Wells drug store before they Are All gone. Two dollars and fifty cents for two weeks Only. 30w4 Wells drug store. Chases Barley malt whiskey is free from All Trace Verdigris other impurity. Being Rich and nutritious it builds up the feeble and the consumptive. Sold by a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia 30w l we learn through the Washington Post that . H. H. Arnold and miss Helen Rosaline Kirby were married aug. 26. The grooms family presented the Bride with a number valuable gifts. The times extends Best wishes. For Sale a 70 acre tract Good land five Miles from new Philadelphia 45 acres Good coal�?4 it. Vein easy Access it. Of Blackband Ore under 20 acres. Fair buildings Good Orchard Good Spring near the House. Liberal Price and terms easy. A bargain in it. Call at the times office. On monday judge Yeagley appointed . P. H. Segrist for the full term 3 years the school examining Board he having served out the unexpired term . Zahner. He also appointed . A. C. Baker Sugarcreek township to fill out the unexpired term prof. Ray which is 2 years . Ray having resigned. Obed Ruof aged 30 years and demented has been lost from his Home at Zoar Ohio. When last seen he was at canal Dover August 20th. He is weak minded and evidently lost his Way Home. Any information As to his whereabouts will be thankfully appreciated and liberally rewarded by his friends at Zoar. The annual meeting the woman a foreign missionary society the new Philadelphia District will be held in the methodist episcopal Church next saturday and sunday. There will be sessions at 2 30 and 7 30 M. Saturday. The annual address will let a delivered by mrs. Rev. D. H. Lee a returned missionary form India at 10 30 a. M. Sunday. In the evening there will be an address by miss m. J. Elliott a missionary from Japan. All Are cordially invited. Observations at Sherrodsville de. Whalan and wife Steubenville Are visiting at the residence Joseph j unkind. Mrs. Wait and her two children it. Vernon Are visiting her parents a. T. Read and wife. Messes. Chas. Holmes Isaac Wenger and Harry Winch with their ladies spent sunday at Zoar. John Figert sex clerk the courts who is making Home in old town Valley was in town saturday. O. F. Bash is at Medina this week attending horse racing. Probably will feel bashful when he returns. Sadie Barr Cleveland accompanied by mrs. Crawford visited their numerous friends at Bolivar last week. The burned District the town is fast being rebuilt and the usual Prosperity will soon reign. James j. Dailey keeps a Good hotel a. A. Mccartney is the Boss Blacksmith the town. Messes. Biddle amp Breed very Clever germans keep an excellent lunch stand and refreshing drinks Call and see them quite a number Sherrodsville citizens have malaria and typhoid fever fever. The health officers can find the cause with a Little Effort. Or. George Barrick a very excellent citizen and dry goods merchant Isdo ing a Good business near the w. Amp l. E depot. He keeps a Nice clean Stock dry goods groceries and provisions. Every citizen the town and Community should share his patronage with . Barrick for he is reliable and honest. Wes. Welty our popular Boot and Hoe Man has gone to new York and Loston to invest in a new Stock hoots and shoes. Miss Georgia e. Emerson Hamilton ills., will spend the Winter with her Uncle Wesley Emerson at canal Dover and other friends. Received too late for last . Samuel Moore Coshocton is visiting relatives in this Vicinity. Or. Frederick Pace Michigan is visiting old friends and relatives in this Community. Or. Pace formerly lived near Here but went to Michigan thirteen years ago this being his first return. He seems favourably impressed with Michigan. Messes. A. Beal and t. Mcfadden trustees this township were in this Corner the township last week concerning business belonging to their office. J. P. Curby and wife enjoyed the Hospital ties e. Kail and family last sunday. Miss Anna Pace Newcomerstown is visiting miss Clara helter at present. A. Curby and wife visited relatives in Guernsey county last week. Mrs. N. Weingarth son Theodore and daughters Mary and Louisa attended a missionary meeting Fry a Creek last sunday. Quite a number Young people went to Freeport the 21st, to hear Talmage. They report it Well Worth the trip. M iss Lily Finney Albany spent sunday afternoon last with her sister miss Mary Finney. The misses Mella Blair Frances Murphy Emma Nicholas Bernice Robinson Ingabee Murphy Nettie Worley Eva Carruthers Cora neighbor Lulu car Ruthers and Maud Carruthers in company with messes. F. C. Moore j. J. Murphy l. A. Carruthers Albert Murphy Albert Blair John Carruthers Chas. Bond l. D. Carruthers and Chas. Carruthers and wife visited a picturesque scenery in Perry township last sunday known As the Penitentiary. They report a pleasant time. Miss Phoebe Eckert this City in company with some friends left yesterday for Pittsburgh pa., to attend the exposition Hope she will have a pleasant time. Or. Samuel Sedgwick Cleveland gave the times office a Call saturday and had his name added to the times list. Or. Sedgwick formerly lived at Blakes Mills this county. J. D. Hunt begins a fall term school to Day monday in the Sands District Salem township. Miss Lula Carruthers Neoga 111., who has been visiting friends in this settlement started for her Home last Friday. Her school begins sept. 1st. Or. T. T. Chad Well departed this life the 25th, ult., at the age about 59 years. He was a victim that dread disease consumption. He was a consistent member the m. E. Church at this place. Was a former teacher and held the office Justice for several years. He was a respected and honoured citizen. He leaves a wife who will greatly miss his kmdnes3. Peace to i is ashes. Rev. Shuman preached his Farewell Sermon for this conference year at this place Sabbath last. This closes his fourth year this charge. He has the privilege returning if he chooses. Quite a number Young folks attended Church at Gilmore last sunday evening. On wednesday aug. 27th, the friends and relatives mrs. Harrison Kail to tie number about 75, met at their residence h Miles West Gilmore to celebrate her 67tli anniversary. To say that she was surprised is putting it very mildly. They came with their baskets loaded and in a Short time a table was spread in the rear the House for the accommodation the guests. We can not describe the eatables but suffice it to say everything that taste could wish willing hands prepare was there. After All had partaken the sumptuous repast the afternoon was spent in social Chat interspersed with vocal and instrumental music. The boys engaged in a game Ball. The crowd was then called to order by j. Ii. Cochran and several valuable presents were Given by friends. All seemed to enjoy themselves and parted wishing her Many successive returns her birthday. X. Y. Z. Reunion 126 regiment from Tuscarawas. I5elknap�?Ts Ali annual excursion to Points West september 9th. 1890. One fare for the round trip. Palace Pullman and chair cars throw without change. Embrace the Golden opportunities a take a trip in a Palace. Visit your friends see the country and be Happy. Write at once and secure your tickets so that accommodations can be reserved for you this excursion which will run the handsomest train that Ever left Ohio. C. S. Belknap excursion agent O. Box 074, new Philadelphia. 32w5 Sandyville o., aug. 28, 1890. Editor times dear sir a please announce a Farmers Alliance Pic Nic at Zoar Ohio thursday sept. 11th, 1890. Prof. Ilick son Louisville Ohio John c. Harmony Marlboro Ohio and other prominent speakers will be present. Four bands and a glee club will furnish music and a general Good time is expected. Would be pleased to Piave you with us. Hastily l. V. Lehn Sec. Farmers Alliance. At Bolivar Ohio. Harvest excursions via Vania fines. The Pennsyl weather very much the fresh order very unfavourable for Corn but All right for blowing and the putting out fall crops. Miss Louie Russell has been very sick for several weeks but we Are glad to say is improving very fast and will no doubt soon be about again. Work will soon commence the new planing Mill when those who desire any work lumber in that line will not be compelled to go to other Points but can be accommodated right at Home no doubt just As cheap if not cheaper. We wish the venture Succo the j. O. U. M. Have rented a Hall myer Shaffer amp Enck and will Lav their initiation next saturday night. Have 22 members now with prospects quite a number More. E. C. Myer and wife Dover Sun Dayed with e. A. Myer and family. John Reiser jr., and family spent sunday with a. Reiser in n. Phila. A boat Load Dove Ritea Pic Nice in Kent a Grove sunday but from reports their presence was nothing to be proud As a Beer was King a and when that is the Case we All know How the subjects Are. Our Republican candidate for recorder seems to be in goo4 spirits and full Hope and if hard work and hustling will get him the office he will surely get there. Well Bob we wish you Success but you must not be too confident. Mayor Romig seems to be stirring things up in general and says he does not want Gnadenhutten Tolgo ahead our City. Please remember the aforesaid is a much older corporation. Add. Senft spent sunday and monday with his parents &c., especially Ernst . Elmer Benners new House is about completed and makes a very Fine appearance. L. E. Romig has taken the contract to put up a new House for Mother Benner right opposite the residence r. T. Benner. It is to he a one Story building something like . Wynette san Effort is being made to organize a k. Of Lodge but have not heard what Progress has been made. Warwick. On the morning the 28th we found the Beautiful and historic town Bolivar gayly decorated with flags flying and Arches draped with the National colors and the streets alive with expectant citizens. This was the Day the reunion the 126th regiment. This Day Many would clasp hands with comrades whom they had not met since they were mustered out service at the close the War at the expiration the term their enlistment. Many years have flown since then and How great the change in men and times. Then they left the South m ruins and desolation. Now it is prosperous and Happy with not a vestige War except the Battle Fields which nature has lovingly clothed in Leaf and gladdened with Bird song. Then they were Young and bronzed by Southern clime hastening Home with glad heart and proud step to friends and sweetheart. Now a3 they fall in line and Advance with military step to the music some old War song you note the change. Time has silvered the hair and paled the once bronzed face and care sits upon the brow Many. We know that with Many yes very Many these Brave men life a pathway has been Barrasse by difficulties and want frequently lies in ambush. In vain they Appeal to a head quarters at Washington for additional rations but the cry cannot penetrate the political fortifications a nothing but a Golden Cannon Ball a Silver bomb Shell can hit the charmed Center. There were 115 survivors the 120th regiment present at the reunion who marched up to the school House where in the Shady Grove everything had been arranged and beautified for them. Meeting convened at 10 30 clock the time until noon being consumed in addresses Welcome responses and music. At 12 clock the veterans their wives and children marched to dinner and such a dinner As will Long be remembered by those partaking. A table occupying a goodly Corner the Beautiful Grove surrounding the school House 5vas literally loaded Down with dainties prepared by the Loving hearts and willing hands a a american a Queens a As a Gallant speaker termed them that Day. At 1 clock they again met and were addressed by a number eloquent speakers among whom was . Robert Cassidy Canton o., formerly a Pennsylvania regiment who gave in glowing language the results the great Victory these veterans had helped to win a Victory far reaching and still upon the March in coming events. The theme that Victory Liberty and Equality to All Mankind Earth a remotest Corners. After . Cassidy had retired amid deafening applause there were numerous responses to the presidents Call for comrades O. Address and number children in which Way the afternoon passed All too quickly and at 3 30 clock they adjourned to meet again at seven clock the interval being occupied pleasantly with friends and acquaintances until 0 clock when supper soldiers fare bean soup pork Coffee some extras in the shape Good butter and bread was served which a great number people enjoyed and none went away from Hospital Bolivar hungry. The exercises the evening consisted As it had throughout the Day music vocal and instrumental addresses by comrades and an address to the comrades by . Cassidy consisting interesting reminiscences amusing and otherwise. Or. Black Bolivar also gave a Short performance which evinced considerable histrionic Talent among the a undeveloped resources that place. The chairman who was quartermaster the regiment and whose genial appearance bore testimony t it the Gast Romic attribute gave the closing address a patriotic Appeal to the parents and children some the closing words which were a parents teach your children to love and Generau their country and the Beautiful Flag i Liberty so dearly bought teach them to be american truly american and no ver Dodge the after More remarks and the singing a Paul i Lang syne a the first reunion tin 120th regiment was Over. Do a Lelegko. Real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds Jacob doll guardian to George Froelich 40 acres Bucks a 266 j. H. Harper to Annie e. Harper lot 15, Uhrichsville. 10 Alvin Waltz to m. B. Growl 58 acres Warren. 100 John b. Reads a to Verna m. Read lots 11 and 12, Blakes Field. 30 Fred. Warner to j. C. Kron lot 45, new Philadelphia. 527 e. B. Wharton to a. B. Johnson strip land Uhrichsville 75 Christ. Beachy to Anna Beachy 98 23-100 acres Sugarcreek 7,40t Samuel Rosenbury to Jacob Haas part lot 156, Dover. 2,20 j. A. Rosenbury same to same .95 Jos. J. Krantz to Anna Jenkins lot 3, Dover. 235 Samuel Warner to Bunie Warner part lot 4, new Philadelphia 27. Sheriff Goeler to we. And Jacob Fox 3 acres Dover. 1,50. We. And Jacob Fox to William Myers 3 acres Dover. 1,55 Philip Shaffer to de. Myer lot 23, Dover. 25 Beers amp Shields to Jacob w. And Margaret neighbor lot 4, Newcomerstown. 82 David Biteler to Conrad Biteler lot 11, new Philadelphia 6u resolutions respect. The following resolutions were adopted by equity Lodge no. 73, k. Of p., August 28, 1890 resolved that in the death brother Philip Getzman C. Our Lodge has lost one its Best and charter members his family an affectionate husband and father and the Community a Good citizen. Resolved that while we sympathize and mourn with his bereaved family our common loss. We Bow in Humble submission to the edicts the great supreme Chancellor who doth All things Well. Resolved that these resolutions be published in the papers our City and spread upon the minutes our Lodge and a copy be sent to the bereaved family our beloved brother. W. E. Beck r. W. Mcilvaine Jno. A. Buchanan. Committee. Slappy hoosiers. We. Simmons postmaster Ida Ville Indiana writes a electric bit ters has done More Tor me than All other medicines combined for that Bau feeling arising from kidney and live John Leslie Farmer Anc Stockman same place says a a find electric bitters to be the Best kidney and liver Medicine made me feel Lik a new j. W. Gardner hard War merchant same town says electric bitters is just the thing Tor a Man what is All run Down and done to care Whethe he lives Dies he found new strength Good appetite and Felt just like he had a new lease life. Only 50 cents bottle at . Miller amp songs drugstore German Catholic Congress. Excursions to Pittsburgh via tie Pennsylvania lines sept. 20 and 2i for annual meeting German Catholic. Congress at Pittsburgh sept. 21st t 23d, excursion tickets Good returning until sept. 25th, inclusive will be sold via the Pennsylvania lines sept 20th and 21st at one fare for round trip ladies. Mrs. L. A. Joss is in Pittsburgh attending the fall openings millinery. One the wholesale firm just returned from Europe with a Fine assortment patterns which Are copied for our Trade with new ideas for trimming and novelties in their line. Mrs. Joss will continue to please her Many customers and friends As usual with miss Walker As trimmer whose ability needs no comment for she is universally known As a first class Milliner. All arc invited to Call East High Street. Put the 15rak-s if you find you Are going Down Hill i. Point health. Failing strength mgt paired digestion and assimilation an the Marks decline. It Leek these an other indications premature deca with tiie grand Vitalizer and restrain in tonic Hostetter a stomach bitters id ginning at the Fountain head til a stomach the bitters remedies its inefficiency corrects its errors and Seg it vigorously at work. The digestive Organ is thus enabled to thorough separate from them its nutritive principles which the blood assimilating i enriched. Thus is the system nourished and being nourished strengthen stand abnormal waste its tissues stayed. Appetite the Power to rest Well a Pilar habit Are also re establish r. And the various functions move one More in their natural and healthful Groove. The bitters moreover is a specific for and preventive malarial complaints rheumatism bilious nes and kidney troubles. 40-30w4 ask your friends about it. Drunkenness a liquor 5 Libit. Do 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 West Pittsburgh september 9th and 23d, and october 14th card thanks. In All the world there is but one cure. Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea Coffee without the knowledge Thi person taking it effecting a speedy an permanent cure whether the patient i a moderate Drinker an Aico holi it wreck. Thousands drunkards hav it been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without then knowledge and to Day believe the quit drinking their own free will no harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Sen for circular and full particulars. Aci dress in Confidence Golden specify co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40y state fair excursions. Or. And mrs. Chas. Ii. Hemmeger return their sincere thanks to relatives and friends who assisted them through their fatal Accident and sad affection for Complete information apply m the death their Darling daughter i fare for round trip from stations in round trip tickets to Columbus account the state fair will be Sok via the Pennsylvania lines septem her 15th, 10th, 17th, 18th and 19th, Good returning until september 20th. At to nearest ticket pass agent. 36w0 i Grade. My. Amp mrs. Hemmer. Ohio your distressing cough can he cured. We know it because Kempis Balsam within the past few yest s has cured so Many coughs and colds in this Community. Its remarkable Sale has been won entirely by its genuine Merit. Ask Ime Friend who Lias used it what he thinks Kempis Balsam. There is no m Dicine so pure none so effective Norge bottles 5oc and �1 All druggists. Sample bottle free. 15yl Good opening for a Good Man account ill health i wish to sell my property in Sherrodsville Carroll knit Ohio known As the St. James hotel. The House contains 22 rooms for hotel purposes a store room 18x42 now occupied As a dry goods store. Good livery and fetal stable the premises. Lot 00x200 feet. Terms reason enable. Only hotel in town. Call address. J. J. Dailey proprietor. Sherrodsville Ohio. Exit minx to tin Southwest. Reduced rates to St. Joseph mo., via the Pennsylvania lines. For the National Encampment sons veterans at St. Joseph mo., August 20-30, round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates via the Pennsylvania lines August 24th, 25th and 20th,Good returning until september 1st. 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. Moore editor times. 27tf marriage licenses granted. L. L. Smith and Emma grim. John Weidne Rand Mary e. West Lial. S. E. Harrisberger and Louisa Aeling

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