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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 16, 1891, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published 1vbby 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. Youb favor solicit. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Saoi. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. By r. One Inch $ i 00 200 300 5 00 8 00 f 2 00 5 to 7 50 12 50 22 50 $300 7 50 12 50 22 50 40 00 $500 15 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 three Inch. Sex inches. Half column one column. Business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday july 16, 1891. Number 29. Business directory. A a ep1i Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. It new Philadelphia. 0 August 14.1390. 33yl a r. S. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia. Ohio. Office Over citizens National Bank. 44yl c c. Ellis a a architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 43 South Broadway. New Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia Ohio. Ail professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl Samuel Moore. Attorney at Law new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in this Caracas Harrison and adjoining counties. Will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Myers Block second floor. A. A. Buckaway. D. 0. Webs Tab attorneys at Law new Philadelphia. Ohio. Up eclat attention Given to conveyancing and a tie settlement estates. Office in Chapin Block pub in Square. Idyl j. Ii. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts. Office us stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl a it. I it. Gentsu1i, new Philadelphia Ohio office Over Saunders Barber shop West High Street. 49 office hours�?9 to 12 m. 2 to 4 p. M., and 7 to j p. Residence East _ 43y 1_____ re emed. The Gilsey House Fred. Wenger proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. 4, per Day. Fine bar and House newly # l Vav a furnished. Tved stable la connection. _39y1 let opened april 1,1889. Thoroughly refitted. The Central House James e. King proprietor. Formerly the Iron City hotel Quot centrally located near the depots. Good livery Uear the hotel. Essyl canal Dover Ohio new Philadelphia Market. Corrected weekly by John Kaderly produce dealer at time our going to press. Flour Patent v barrel. 8 a a sack. A a Best family. V barrel. A a Amber v sack. 5 80 1 50 5 20 1 40 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday july 1g, 1891. Myers Block second floor North Broadway. Weekly pointers. Pearl read had cholera Moribus. A severe attack population new Philadelphia 5,000 hot water is the Best pneumonia preventative known. A Bee gathers a Pound Honey from 200,000 different Flowers. The social world. Mrs. Week. Jean Niles was quite sick last a3the new Philadelphia Timm will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advance81.00 if not paid within three mods 150 3�?oremlttances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Of address All matter intended for publication to the times. The men who so easily discovered Columbus first Landing place for a Chicago newspaper should at once be put the track Marsh the Phila Delphia Absconder. Fletcher Douthitt was nominated common pleas judge by acclamation tuesday at Republican state convention at Steubenville. Pierces name was withdrawn. Or. Mansfield was nominated in place judge i Lance. The Prince Wales whose Royal Nephew emperor William Germany is now visiting him will probably initiate the Kaiser into the mysteries Baccarat before he returns to Germany that is if mama Vic has not prohibited it. Postmaster general Wanamaker a business with the wrecked Keystone Bank Philadelphia May have been perfectly honest and legitimate but it is very unfortunate for him and for the administration that it should require so Many explanations. The senatorial committee met at Cambridge the 14th, to fix time and place for senatorial convention. Our committeeman was absent and doubtless the convention will be at Cambridge again. It ought to be at newcomers town that being a Central Point. Wheat Quot to Bushel .1 03 Oats v Bushel. 50 Rye Bushel. 55 butter Pound. 10 5.121505 1007 06 08 04 eggs. Dozen. Buckwheat hour t1 Pound. Hams v Pound. Shoulders. V Pound. Sides Pound. Lard Pound. Tallow Pound. Beef Pound. 07 214 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 Salt new York per bbl. 1 30 White Lime a it barrel. 1 00 Akron Cement a barrel. 1 35 calcined plaster to barrel. 2 25 land plaster v ton. A 00 a a a a barrel. 1 50 potatoes f Bushel old. 1 0 rags per Pound. 01 onions per Bushel. 1 00 Hay per ton. 7 00 Timothy seed per Bushel. 1 80 Wool. 28 5330 fertilizer per ton 35 0007 06 08504 75 chickens per Pound. Ducks a a. Turkeys Quot. Geese each. Clover seed per Bushel. Foreign markets 3d Page. Wheeling amp Lake Erie Ray time in effect Jan. 18, 91�?standard time. No eastward. Toledo la Monroeville j Orrville a no. 7. No 9. No. 13 Youngstown i Pittsburg har Massillon. Navarre. Yaley Junear canal Dovenar. Cambridge. Marietta a Valley june. Or Sherrodsville. Bowerston Mingo Junction Westward. I i Steuben Mingo unction Scio. Bowers Onla Sherrodsville. Valley june. A Marietta la Cambridge. Canal Dover la Valley a Uncle Navarre. Massillon. Orrville a Pittsburgh la Youngstown. Akron. Orrville la Toledo. A 7.40am 9 5012 20pm 1 25 3 so 7 35 12 40 1 20 i 1 35 100pm 3 05 5l6 1 50a in 6 00pm 6 4o 4 50pin 7 00 m 60 2 50am 4 55 10 00 7 45pm 3 00am 5 05am 6 00 8 15 11 05 7 30 8 05 2 05 7 302 55 7 40 4 28 9 107 05no. 23. 2 15 2 40 2 55 3 11 5 17 5 30 7 40 8 05 8 20 no. 3. 7 25am 8 20 9 15 9 36am 3 27 pm 4 05 6 45am 6 50 9 07 9 20 no. 4. No. G. No. 8. No. 21. 8 30am 8 42 10 47 20 50 315pm i 3 27 5 s3 i 5 45 7 s 05 1 50 3 05 11 15 11 40 g 04 6 32 3 55 5 00 6 3 f 111 10am 0 2 Iam 7 35 9 00 9 39 4 8 7 10 9 10 i 89 11 55 2 00pm 9 15 10 55 12 1.5pm 12 50 1 13 i 48pm 1 3 14 6 55 i 7 30 7 5.0 1 53 7 25am 10 .50 112pm 2 05 4 is 6 25 8 27 i 2 10 1 5 22 7 48 i8 50nov Loi 12 55am i 7 37 9 50 daily. Train no. 13 leaves Toledo 7.45 p. A carries passengers from Toledo Only to Points West Lvin Sway. The Road is now open from Toledo to Steubenville Ohio. Trains no.5 and 6 Ruu solid be tween Toledo and Steubenville. Through car services Between Toledo Cambridge and Marietta. A a and Steubenville. A a a a and Akron Youngstown and Pittsburg. Quot Chie Fojo Akron Youngstown and Pittsburg. James m. Viall Geum a pass. Agent. A. U. Blair. Traffic manager. The old Calico r. K. Is to be built through from the b. Amp o., to Freeport Harrison county. The tax in All the townships carried but one and the vote will he taken Over again in that. The Road is graded the greater part the Way. It will be a great Benefit to Freeport. _ the republicans appear to be placing More dependence upon the big crops than upon their record arguments to help them out the Hole in Ohio and Iowa this year. Thi9 Isnit the first time that the Republican party has had the audacity to claim the credit for Good Crope. _ every Man who puts a tin roof his House is Given a practical demonstration the beauties Republican legislation by having to $1.00 a Box More for his roofing tin than was charged before the tin schedule the Mckinley Bill took effect. Ask your Tinner if this Isnit straight. It is certainly the wish everywhere that the very unjust restrictions which France and Germany have placed upon the importation american pork should be removed but the republicans have so often stated that they were about to be removed that it will require the official action the two overment to convince people that they really Are to be removed. Gen. John c. Black sex commissioner pensions who has a Law office in Chicago objects to being confound dec with John c. Black the banker the same City. Why general we Resur prised at you most men would be Only too glad to get themselves mixed up even temporarily with a wealthy banker we seriously object ourselves to having the Opportunity to Check against another Fellows Bank account without committing forgery. The cheapest Chicken is to Cut Way to cure its head off. A sick Dan. And John Sullivan Wheeling Are in town. _ miss Mary Sargent old Chicago is visiting her grand father. Or. To. Van Ostran Uhrichsville was in our City this week. Fears Are entertained that the potato crop is not going to be very Large. Farmers Are busily engaged with their crops and enjoy the hot weather. Last week 25 persons died in new York from sunstroke and 14 in Boston. A undertaker Linn prepared for burial the first chinaman in this county last sunday. Sharp Brothers Are remodelling the opera House. They know the wants the people. Mrs. Alma Christy was suddenly taken ill last saturday night needing a physicians care. New Philadelphia has Home the finest singers in the county. We should feel proud our Sweet singers. Sunday. June 28, was the honest Day in the san Joaquin Valley for 75 years. Thermometer was 130� in the Shade. Or. Hattery Bolivar Lias sold his drug store and will give his undivided attention to the practice Medicine. There is a cat in Americus ga., that has Given birth to 553 Kittens. Probably it is the one that Noah let out the hag. Larry e. Burnside sold his five and ten cent store last week to Virgil rickets. Harry will go to Youngston. We wish both gentlemen Success. Walton amp Ackey a wholesale store was entered by burglars a few nights ago and several dollars Worth different articles were stolen. They went through the transom. Prince George Greece is visiting in the United states. Gust. Beyer will arrive Here saturday from his european trip. News notes. Hugh Mitchell Cincinnati is visiting his parents in this City. Miss Ada wort Massillon is the guest miss Emma Welty. Or. Ii. Haskins and Friend . Shafer spent Sabbath in n. P. Or. De. Schweitzer and miss Boothe were in Uhrichsville Sabbath. Mrs. Frank Corl Navarre is visiting her parents . J. D. Otis and wife. 2,400 immigrants landed in new York last month including 1,200 italians. Mrs. Della Jackson Colorado visited with mrs. F. Douthitt Over sunday. Or. Guest Les. To. Nickles Cincinnati is the his Cousin . Charlie Nick miners and Day labourers Are out a strike at the Massillon City Coal mines. The Day labourers want nine hours to constitute a Days work and an Advance ten per cent is the cause the miners being out. Teachers examinations. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates in new Philadelphia saturday August 1 and 29. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will he admitted to the class after 9 ?Tclock.�? strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with pen and Ink and the necessary paper will he furnished by the Board. Examiners Chas. Haupert a. Baker. J. W. Pfeifer. Anyone who desires a lot convenient to the rolling Mill should Call s. Moore. Lots can be had at a Low figure in the Block West front Street adjoining . Dubach. Terms�?$50 Down and 50 per year until paid. Also some Nice lots reasonable terms sixth Street adjoining the Rev. Singely property. Also Walnut Street. Easy cuts and Long time. Call at this office and we will show you the if you want a Nice building lot in a desirable location done to fail to see the Oak Grove addition. Call George w. Bowers Samuel Moore. Lotf there Are a great Many More reasons for blaming the Republican part for the misery the Farmers the country for several years past than there Are for thanking it for the exceptionally Good crops the present year. The Tariff legislation the Republican party was directly responsible for the bad condition the Farmers which the Good crops that a kind and discriminating Providence has now Given them will Only partially alleviate. Of course every intelligent Farmer knows these things As Well As we do hut the Republican claim credit for the Good crops causes us to print the fact that senator Gorman whose Superb management won the a National democratic Victory during the past thirty years barring the election Tilden in �?T76, has taken advisory charge the various state campaigns in his capacity acting chairman the National committee during the absence in Europe senator Brice chairman that committee is itself enough to cause every Democrat to feel encouraged As to results this year. Senator Gorman has no Superior As a political manager and he has expressed himself As being determined to do his level Best to win everywhere the democrats have a fighting Chance. Madam Deleon clairvoyant is now in canal Dover and has engaged rooms with mrs. Canada Conner third and Wooster its. She prepares and understands the egyptian Charm work which never fails to bring Good Luck to the wearer. Luther aged thirteen son . And mrs. We. Johns in the country had his right leg broken above the knee from being thrown by a horse that stumbled Over a Railroad tie sunday morning. Or. T. H. Smith was summoned and rendered valuable service. The lad is now doing Well. Miss Lena Hupfeld. Of this City and prof. John Moos Kidder Missouri were United in marriage by Rev. Simons thursday evening july 9th, at the Home the brides parents. The Happy couple went to Michigan and Western Points a wedding tour after which hey will reside at Kidder where prof. Is engaged As musical instructor in the Institute. The Tuscarawas county teachers Institute will be held in this City commencing August 17, and continuing for two weeks. Such Able educators As prof. O. P. Gordy the Ohio University Athens mrs. Margaret w. Sutherland principal the Columbus City Normal prof. S. K. Mardis Gnaden Hutten and c. Z. Cronebaugh port Washington have been seemed for the occasion. A Well known pastor East Liverpool believes he has hit upon asian that will allow a Mother to go to Church without leaving her babe at Homo without the child disturbing the entire congregation. He proposes to have an infant room heated and properly furnished and have a corps competent women take charge the babies during the service Quot thus allowing everybody to enjoy the preaching a says a dispatch. But what the nurses. Are they no body. Chung Kee the chinese laundry Man for some time past living in the tenement House . William Coley in this City died sunday afternoon brain fever at the age 58 years. He was Horn in Canton China where he leaves a Wile and family. This is the first chinaman death in the . Coley attended to All his business affairs which were very successful lie lived in this country 38 years and during that time Mada frequent visits to his family. His remains will be interred at Pittsburg by his request. They have their own Church at that place. Through his Industry he leaves $225 in the Bank. An administrator will be appointed. Messes. Hamen and Ecker spent sunday in Fry a Valley with their Young ladies. John l. Campbell and wife Are visiting relatives and friends in go Cresy county. Pure ice Cream furnished to order Tor picnics and private families at 28tf _ Judy a. Judge Yeagley and family Are visiting in Steubenville with relatives and friends. Marion Mcllvain gave an elite Soiree tuesday. About fifty Young folks were present. _ John g. Croxton Philadelphia pa., is visiting with his sister mrs. J. H. Barnhill. Solomon he Wanckhouse and wife have moved into their new House Tuscarawas Avenue. Or. Stevenson misses Minnie Spence and Cora Schweitzer spent a few Days in Leesville. Mrs. Minerva Fitz and daughter Richmond ind., Are visiting relatives in this City the guests mrs. Amanda Bowers. Frank Monroe Minerva was in the City last week visiting his brother . Monroe the dentist. Mrs. John w. Judy Cleveland is visiting her parents h. T. Stockwell and wife this City. The reports the failure the european wheat crop while inducing a perfunctory sort regret is nevertheless Good news for the Farmers the in nit cd states who will have More wheat than they could dispose if the markets the world should contain a Normal amount. Henry Clews in his financial circular states that from the Best estimates at hand there will be a deficiency in the total european crop 380 to 130 millions bushels. The United states crop will be probably 550 millions bushels and this 360 millions bushels is required for Domestic consumption thus leaving about 190 millions bushels for Export. This coming demand upon the United states crop is sure to put a fair Price wheat and therefore the prospects the Western Farmer Are More than Bright. The Only thing to be apprehended is the resultant hard times that May ensue from the poverty the crop failures Europe will cause. The present gain May be a future dispatch. Sylvanus Haupert Heidelburg College spent last sunday with his brother prof. Charles Haupert in this City. Or. S. Clark and wife Leesville Are in the City visiting mrs. Cos Mother mrs. Waddington. E. L. Arnold and wife Massillon visited with her parents . S. P. O Donnell last week in this City. Misses Tod Welty and kit Mcclean messes. George Marsh and isomer Scott were in Uhrichsville last Sabbath. Miss Bernice Kail Uhrichsville was the guest her Cousin mrs. J. B. Read the forepart this week. Or. Hardesty and family who have been visiting in our City leave wednesday for Bay View Michigan to spend the summer. Henry Caddes Wolf station is the guest his daughter mrs. We. Johns in the country mrs. W. A. Hardesty and pleasant family after a delightful visit to relatives in this City left tuesday for their Home in Columbus. The chronicle says there is one Man in Uhrichsville who certainly realizes that a woman with a club and a a a pop is an ugly customer to tackle. The citizens first Street were alarmed at the report a pistol shot one afternoon last w Eek. Investigation made known that a certain fellow who has been separated from his wife for some time filled up with a fire water in order to make him Brave and then proceeded to the House his wife where he undertook to abuse her. The Little woman whacked him Over the head with a club which so incensed the a big Brave fellow that he gathered the woman up carried her to a High Hoard walk near the House and dropped her to the ground below. This was More than injured innocence could forego. She gathered herself up and let him Hare the contents a gun she fortunately had in her pocket and it was his turn to be carried off with a Ball in his stomach. The age decay. How the Light life gradually out from the Hody. Goes shot five times. Pittsburgh. July 12. A special from Butlo says saturday evening John Mininger drove up to his brother Adams House and Sai i he in tended feeding his horse in the barn. Brother Adam remonstrated and an old feud ten years standing was revived. John grasped his elder brother by the Throat when the latter Drew a revolver and shot five times every Bullet taking effect one lodging just above the heart. Adam who is a Well to do Farmer gave his revolver to the officers to Day but exhibited simple Surprise when detained in jail. John who is an Oil Well junk dealer is reported dying to night. A prize fighting editor Maysville ky., july 14. William m. Hundley the editor the Higginsport Ohio Enterprise who engaged in a prize fight with Albert Hansis Man sunday july 5, published a card in his paper to Day in which he asks forgiveness from those who Are disposed blame him for disregarding religious and moral Laws. He says he is penitent and he Hopes the readers his paper will Overlook his indiscretion and not Stop their subscription. He concludes by pledging himself from Ever again violating the Sabbath becoming a principal in a prize fight. Coming events. Agricultural fairs will be held in this county and neighbouring counties As follows Cadiz september 1-4. Canal Dover september 22-25. Carrollton september 22-25. Canton september 28-october 2. Coshocton october 6-9. Newcomerstown sept. 29-Oetober 2. Orville october 13-16. A Lake is forming in the Barren tract land known a Colorado desert in California. Parties have been trying to discover the mystery its some claim the Waters come from the Ocean some the Gulf California and some from Salt Lake because the water in the newly formed Lake is Salt. The Lake is twelve Miles wide and the water is four five feet deep. The Lake lies close to the Southern Pacific Railroad. Full fledged Teutli. Clarkson is coining Back from Europe right in the midst the hot weather to push along the organization Republican clubs. There is a lesson in this for some the slow moving democrats who have not yet perceived the importance this club movement in its bearings upon the great fight next year. Senator Brice in his recent circular letter commending the National association democratic Cius stated a self evident truth when he said that the Campaign which has already begun although there Are people so Blind and deaf As not to have discovered that fact would he largely fought by clubs. If clubs Are to be Trumps it behoves every Democrat to see that his party has the strongest hand. How ? Why by joining a club and by inducing his neighbors to do likewise. J. G. Eng was taken in by our efficient Deputy sheriff e. P. Degreif last week one morning upon a requisition issued by his excellency the governor Pennsyl Vaida for forgery committed in Lititz that state some three years ago amounting to nearly $800. He was handed Over to j. Haines a detective Pennsylvania. Zug has been acting As insurance age to in this City for the past 18 months and gained Many friends for his kind disposition character. We feel sorry for him but the a a Way the transgressor is he took it very Cool and admitted the crime. He will return if the matter is properly adjusted. De. Degrief is becoming quite an expert in the detective business and through his Manly efforts and Fine traits character has won hosts friends. He is an excellent official. Or. William lint and the handsome daughter William Woodruff Baltic were the guests . And mrs. Ii. E. Espenschild sunday. Mrs. J. B. Read gave a grand Musi Cale saturday evening last. Some Choice vocal and instrumental music was rendered during the evening. Houston Texas july. 12 mrs. Kate Williams a Domestic has Given birth to a Hoy Baity which has a full set Teeth. Medical men Are puzzled. The new Anival is a perfect child and As Lively As a newspaper reporter not since the Daj Artif Richard Iii. Has such a Youisif Cofer been heard . Birth growth decay death such is the Normal history Man. The three periods life should sustain a certain proportion to each other�?20 years growth 60 years maturity 20 years decay. This is we hat might have been counted upon As the Ordinary course human life but for the fact that we labor order a Load ancestral transgression physical and moral Law supplemented and intensified to our own personal delinquencies and follies says the youths companion. How pleasant is the picture Twenty years childhood and youth 60 years intellectual Progress and achievement with Domestic and social Joys and then 20 years slow almost unconscious decay characterized by serenity mind pleasing memories and joyous anticipations a grander life beyond the grave. Badly different is human existence As we see it. We look with wonder upon Gladstone past 80, still vigorous in body and mind still Strong and Wise to Lead the great Liberal party in England. We accept threescore and ten As life a natural limit and expect Only labor and sorrow if this limit is passed. We Are doomed we think by our inheritance and to some extent this is True. But we should remember the Law recuperation. The torn flesh heals the broken hone reunites. Diseases tend towards recovery the weary toilet rises from sleep Strong for new labors. The Wise physician bases his Hope upon the Law. And this tendency nature to heal herself May he greatly assisted by careful and int Ellegant living so that it is always possible that the Man unfortunate ancestry May secure for himself a Good old age and Start his posterity upon Art ascending plane. Do what we will however life must have its end. When the age decay is reached hidden changes Are going the culmination which is the last great change. The Muscles shrink the brain shrivel the nerves lose their sensibility and Active Power the arteries perhaps become Chalky fatty the heart is weakened the circulation is enfeebled and at last the end comes. During the final period then we must take things calmly avoid excesses All kinds guard against exposures to cold keep up a degree mental activity cultivate cheerfulness and look Forward with Hope. He fears death Only in a sudden form. Bar Harbor me., july 12. It has been and is a source great trouble to the friends and family . Blaine to keep him busily engaged to keep dementia away. Or. Blaine fears sudden death Only and seems to think that his condition is now Good and wants to be left alone. The fear sudden death seems to affect his mind seriously much to the to raiment his physician. To Day was a gala Day for him. In the morning he received the president the Maine Central railway and a few intimate friends. After lunch the usual walk with his son and afterwards a drive with mrs. Blaine. He seemed much refreshed upon his return. All the attractions furnished for . Blaine Are said to be arranged by his physician and mrs. Blaine who keep their Heads together most the time hatching some scheme to keep the Secretary a mind away from business. Height cruelty. Nervous women Seldom receive the sympathy they deserve. While often the pictures health they Are constantly ailing. To withold sympathy from these unfortunates is the height cruelty. They have a weak heart causing shortness breath fluttering pain in Side weak and hungry spells and finally swelling Ankles oppression choking smothering and dropsy. Or. Miles new heart cure is just the thing for them. For the nervousness headache weakness Etc., his restorative Nervine is unequalled. Fine treatise a a heart and nervous diseases and marvelous testimonials free. Bold and guaranteed by f. Miller amp son real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds ii. T. Minnis recorder. The Pittsburgh Stock markets ending july 9th, were As follows cattle Choice $5.85 to $6. V other grades $3 to $4.50. Closing tone the Market quiet. I logs heavy $5 to $5.15. Light 84.90 to $5. Closing tone firm. Sheep Choice $5.05 to $5.25. Other grades $3 to $4.50. Lambs�?$4.50 to $6.50. Closing tone firm. Cattle declined some last week hogs increased 10 to 15 cents sheep increased 20 to 25 cents. Simon Straub to Edith g. Summers lot 187, Dover $800. Elizabeth and George Pinkstock to Henry lab 4. Acres Lawrence $115. Sheriff Goeler to John w. Laughlin it Al about 400 acres Sandy $13,420. Isabella Keefer it Al to j. F. Farber one third interest 147.v acres Sandy $1,853.34. John Ward to e. W. Carpenter eight acres Warren $250. Sheriff Goeler to John Ward five acres Warren $101. Karl p. Ackermans guardian to Alice m. Clark lots 8 and 13, new Philadelphia $1,530. T. J. Edwards to Susan e. Edwards 40 acres Rush $1,500. Andrew Patrick it Al to Sam. Shull 128 65-100 acres Clay $12,000. Adam Wiss to Mary a. Johnson 48 9-10 acres Wayne $2,700. W. G. Hamilton to Henry Larstine 33-100 acres new Philadelphia $1,050. Philip Smitley to David Davis acre Goshen $70. John Maurera a adm a to Adam Maurer 90 acres Jefferson $1,450. G. W. Hilton to Mary Fraley part lot 80, Uhrichsville $3,500. F. W. Moore a Assignee to Annie a. Rogers lot 23, Uhrichsville $266.67. Maurice Moody to Robert Ramsey lot 12, Dennison $200. J. 11. Dugan to Mary ,part lot 9, Dennison $2,500. Philip Shaffer to Mary Stringer lot a Dover $200. J. B. Mathias to John Hupfeldt part lot 205, new Philadelphia $850. Jas. W. Congleton to e. L. Wenger lot 1, new Philadelphia $500. Elizabeth Dick to j. Hummell lot 11, new Philadelphia $125. A. T. Riley to r. F. Gardner part lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, de unison $1,200. R. F. Gardner to Harry Brown lots 1 2, 3 and 4, Dennison $1,200. Julia m. And c. E. Keepers to a. H. Bash part lot 165, Uhrichsville $825. Susan Boyers adm a to j. Cross part lot 307, Uhrichsville $700. Samuel Welch to Philip Russell part lot 381, Uhrichsville $300. E. A. Parrish to Elizabeth Nign part lots 365 and 366, Uhrichsville $150. Jacob Leonard a adm a to Elizabeth Popil lot 20, Dennison $650. Nettie g. Guthrie to Jos. P. Deems lot 5, Uhrichsville $650. Michigan Forest fires. Sault Ste. Marie july 14. Early this week a Small Brush fire broke out in Detour the Shore Lake Huron and has since spread unchecked until the whole Western part the country from Lake Huron to Lake Superior is a Furnace blazing Wood. The Village Detour has been totally destroyed As has also the Small Hamlet Prentiss Bay. Meager reports from Gatesville Iroquois Donaldson and Stevensburg indicate that those towns have been destroyed by the fire to the last building. It is also reported from towns along the Duluth South Shore and Atlantic Road and the Minneapolis St. Paul and Salute Ste. Marie Road that the Road hands have become exhausted fighting fires and the Bridges must go. A late Telegram from Bay Mills the Lake Superior Shore says that nothing can save that place and the two largest Mills in the state those the Hall and Munson company. The people have placed All their movable goods boats. Owing to the dense stiff Ink smoke which hangs Over the City and River St. Mary navigation is closed. Captains refuse to put out in the inky darkness. Several vessels Are reported ashore up the River. The forests the can Adian Shore Are All afire. Honor Tho dear old Mother. Attention Farmers. Or. And mrs. Frank Romig returned from their wedding trip wednesday looking Well and As though they had a Good time visiting relatives and friends. Or. And mrs. John c. Saunders gave a grand Musicale last wednesday evening. A bounteous repast was served. Everybody was delighted with the music and Fine singing. W. T. Mathews after a two Days visit with his brother c. H. Started wednesday for the magnetic Springs Union county Ohio tin Canton for health and recreation. Prof. Haupert is attending the Ohio state teachers association at Lake Chautauqua n. Y. And will also attend the National teachers association at Toronto Canada next week. Twenty dollars in Gold a Pony Farmer who can furnish evidence that any Binder Mower has As Many Points excellence As the famous Mccormick. Sold by John Myers North court House new Philadelphia 15tf they May wed. The following marriage licenses have been granted by judge Mitchell Hudson e. Willard and Edith Smith. Jean Moos and Lena Hupfeld. Ira c. Herrington and Agnes m. Hutchinson. Samuel Moore George w. Bowers John c. Donahey m. V. Ream and Many others attended the state democratic convention at Cleveland tuesday and wednesday this week. Misses Gertrude Spence and Kate Welty accompanied by miss Georgie Vorhees Coshocton returned from their visit wednesday. Miss Vorhees will visit a number her lady friends in this City and Dover. For Exchange a splendid Home made Phaeton nearly new. Will Exchange for a Young Mare horse from 3 to 6 yrs. Old must be a Good stylish animal. Will take difference As the Case May require. Inquire at the times office. Horrible spectacle. Cincinnati o., july 14. William Leive aged Twenty four had his head torn off this morning by a punching machine in the foundry Schriber amp sons. It was a hobble pc Tacle. The Schoenbrun magnetic Springs Bath House two Miles South new Philadelphia is now open for giving Baths and invalids will receive the Best possible care. 29w8 Ferdinand Shearer. I internally and externally. A mystery explained. The papers contain frequent notices Rich pretty and educated girls eloping with negroes tramps and Coachmen. The Well known specialist . Franklin Miles says All such girls Are More less hysterical nervous very impulsive unbalanced usually subject to headache neuralgia sleeplessness immoderate crying laughing. These show a weak nervous system for which there is no remedy equal to restorative Nervine. Trial bottles and a Fine Book containing Many marvelous cures free at f. Miller amp songs who also sell and guarantee . Miles celebrated new heart cure the finest heart tonics. Cures fluttering Short breath Etc. Honor the dear old Mother. Time has scattered the snowy flakes her brow slowed deep furrows her Cheeks hut is she not Sweet and Beautiful now the lips Are thin and shrunken but those Are the lips which have kissed Many a hot tear from the childish Cheeks and they Are the sweetest lips in the world. The Eye is dim yet it glows with the soft radiance holy love which can never fade. A yes she is a dear old Mother. The Sands life Are nearly run out but feeble As she is she will go further and reach Down lower for you than any other upon Earth. You cannot walk into a Midnight where she cannot see you cannot enter a prison whose bars will keep her out you cannot mount a scaffold too High for her to reach that she May kiss and bless you in evidence her deathless love. When the world shall despise and forsake you when it leaves you by the Wayside to die unnoticed the dear old Mother will gather you in her feeble arms and Tell you All your Virtues until you almost forget that your soul i3 disfigured by vices. Love her tenderly and cheer her declining years with holy Devotion sex. Electric hitters. Washington letter. From our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., july 10,1891. The administration is in a Quot Peck trouble a and telegrams have been flying thick and fast to and from Washington and the presidential cottage at Cape May Point but for the very Good reason that had . Blaines advice been taken the administration would not have been in its present very unpleasant predicament no telegrams have been sent to bar Harbor. The cause All this is the chilian insurgent Steamer Itata which it has Cost to bring into the Harbor at ban Diego California More than $100,000. It is now feared by attorney general Miller and Secretary Tracy upon whose opinions As Lawers . Harrison was persuaded to Sanction the orders which sent the Charleston in Pursuit the Itata in spite . Blaines that this government had no right to take Possession the Steamer after she had gone outside the three mile limit that a mistake has been made. If As is now believed Here the court shall decide that the Itata has not violated our neutrality Law tie chilian insurgents whose agents and attorneys now Here claim represent theol constitutional government Chili will demand that the United states a heavy Cash indemnity for having interfered with their Success by refusing to allow the Itata to deliver the arms which she carried. There is some ugly talk Here about bribery by the agents the bal Maceda government and maybe before the thing is finally settled somebody a reputation will get badly a marched. This incident has again strongly shown that . Blaine is the brains the administration. Everything that he has opposed has turned out disastrously for his party. He was opposed to the outrageous usurpation Power by speaker Reed the Force Bill and the Mckinley Bill which by superhuman efforts he succeeded in having modified by tacking As an amendment the Good old democratic doctrine Trade reciprocity although twas so restricted in the Hill As enacted into a Law that but Little Benefit further than showing the benefits which would naturally follow a general Extension our Trade with foreign countries the Trade which is really Worth having and the Wisdom that opposition was unmistakably demonstrated by the Cyclone last november. Secretary Foster has announced his intention calling in the government deposits in National Banks except about $15,000,000, which is course to be left where it will be the most Benefit to the Republican party. Nothing that he can do will however be surprising after his audacity in putting the $100.-000,000, the Gold Reserve redemption fund and the fractional Silver hand which is by Law Only a Legal tender in sums ten dollars and under the Treasury statement As available Cash to meet the current demands the treas Uay. Hon. L. T. Neal Ohio was in town this week having been called Here by the sad duty attending the funeral his sister. Under the circumstances he course would not talk politics although an attempt was made by an unfeeling newspaper Man to interview him. There is a Law the statute books the United states which provides a heavy penalty for any person persons in the employ the government who gives subscribes Money to Purchase anything to be Given to any other employee the government but like Many other Good and sensible Laws it is constantly violated and nobody Ever suffers for it. The latest violation this Law was the presentation to maj. Rathbone who has just been promoted from chief inspector the Post office department to be fourth assistant postmaster general an office by the Way created solely for political purposes by the billion Dollar congrats by the Post office inspectors who had been his subordinates a $550 Gold watch and Chain. It is claimed by the inspectors that maj. Rathbone resignation Schief inspector wa3 accepted to take effect the first july and at the time the presentation he had not been sworn in As fourth assistant postmaster general and that the presentation was no violation the Law. These to Toffice inspectors Are adepts in quibbling but its dollars to Burnt matches that when maj. Rathbone draws his first months salary the Hooks the disbursing officer will show that his in his new office began the first july and if it did somebody ought to take the trouble to see that the men who made the presentation Are duly prosecuted hut a a what a everybody a business is nobody a business a and it Isnit at All probable that any thing will he done. The fact that . Wanamaker proposes making a big Cut in the amount allowed Tho Southern railroads for the fast mail service Between new York and Tampa Florida which was originated under the Cleveland administration is exciting a Good Deal very unfavourable comment. Ohio Agricula. Sex. Station. Reports timely subjects from the state agricultural Experiment station Strawberry a Light Home made fertilizers. Professor if. Garman entomologist and botanist the Kentucky Experiment station reports in bulletin 31 that station a series experiments in the application Bordeaux mixture to Strawberry plants for the prevention Leaf blight from which he draws the following conclusions 1. Injury from Strawberry Leaf blight can he largely prevented by the use Bordeaux mixture and eau Celeste and to some extent by potassium Sulphide and London purple. 2. Bordeaux mixture is much Superior to the other preparations used. 3. Applications Bordeaux mixture should be made As often As once in two weeks. From the Complete exposure the leaves to rain the mixture is removed from Strawberry leaves much sooner than from grape leaves those Trees. 4. Prepared according to the formula Bluestone 64 pounds Lime,3j pounds water 22 Gallons it May be sprayed without the slightest injury to leaves. 5. Twenty two Gallons the mixture is sufficient for spraying during one summer 331 feet Strawberry plants As commonly planted in rows and will Cost for materials considering Bluestone Worth eight cents per Pound and Lime Worth 1 cent per Pound fifty six cents. By buying materials in Quantity this Cost can he reduced. 6. A removal the blighted leaves in summer without subsequent spraying will increase instead diminish injury i rom blight. Home mixed fertilizers. The following notes the Home mixing fertilizers taken from the annual report the Maine Experiment station Are As applicable to Ohio As to Maine the mixing fertilizers the farm through the use chemicals and raw materials does not seem to have been undertaken to any extent by Maine Farmers although it is clearly shown that intelligent Farmers in other states Connecticut for instance Are finding it profitable to adopt this method obtaining commercial manures. During the years 1887 and 1888 the Connecticut Experiment station examined Twenty one fertilizers mixed by Farmers from chemicals purchased by themselves and the analysis shows 1. These Home mixtures compared favourably in composition with Tho Best Factor made fertilizers. 2. The Home mixtures had a satisfactory mechanical condition. 3. The ingredients the Home mixtures Cost the Consumers an average from 20 to 25 per cent less than if purchased in factory made fertilizers after allowing $3 per ton for Cost mixing. It is not claimed that All Farmers would find it profitable to mix their own fertilizers from chemicals hut it is believed that there Are Many Farmers in the state so situated with reference to markets and transportation that they could buy and mix chemicals with profit. This could be better done perhaps by an association Farmers so that by the Purchase and transportation Large lots at one time a saving could be made in prices and freights. If any Farmer association Farmers is disposed to give this matter a trial the station will advise whenever desired As to the proper selection materials and formulas. Why Ohio Wool in Low. The Home Market club an association designed to help the cause Protection by advancing the interests manufactures makes a statement to which the attention the Wool growers Ohio is requested and concerning which they might do Well toques Tion . Mckinley. This statement in that the High duty a Grade Wool which must be mixed with our native wools which cannot to produced hero Lowers the Price tie native Wool without cheapening the cloth and makes the manufacture cloth so expensive As to restrict the demand whereas if these grades were admitted free the Price cloth could he reduced from 20 to 50 cents the Yard and an increase probably 2 cents per Pound he paid for native Wool. The fact that Ohio Wool has fallen off from 2 to 3 cents a Pound in Price under the operation the Mckinley Tariff gives support to this claim the Home Market club. A wonder worker. Hello hello hello Here i come All right. I have sold out to the boys and will give my entire time to painting wagons buggies and carriages and handling wagons buggies carriages and carts. Will do first class painting at a moderate rate. All work warranted. Hello hello hello. I have painted 85 jobs this season can paint 150 if they Are presented in proper time. Hello hello Hilo. All right. We will bring along our rigs As we know you do Good work and at a Low Price. Thanking All for their Liberal patronage in the past 30 years. 52tf w. Hemmeger. This a Emecia is becoming so Well known and so As to need no special mention. All who have used electric bitters sing the same song Praise. A purer Medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do All that is claimed. Electric bitters will cure All diseases the liver and kidneys will remove pimples boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent As Well As cure All malarial fevers. For cure headache consumption and indigestion try electric bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed Money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle at f. Miller amp songs drug store. A Carpenter by the name m. S. Powers fell from the roof a House in East i gets Moines Iowa and sustained a painful and serious sprain the wrist which he cured with one bottle chamberlains pain Balm. He says it is Worth $5 a bottle. It Cost him 50 cents for Sale by f. Miller amp son new Philadelphia. A Connecticut woman named her the Best coup remedy is grease. Use j daughter a a darkness a because Ehe said 1 a a men love . Van Pelt editor the Craig mo., meteor went to a drugstore at Hillsdale Iowa and asked the physician i in attendance to give him a close something for cholera Moribus and looseness the bowels. He says a a i Felt so much better the next morning that i concluded to Call the physician and get him to fix me up a Supply the Medicine. I was surprised when he handed me a bottle chamberlains Colic cholera and Diarrah Tea remedy. He said he prescribed it regularly in his practice and found it the Best he could get prepare. I can testify to its efficiency in my Case at All events. A for Sale by f. Miller amp son new Philadelphia. Services in the m. E. Church sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 30 p. Sunday school at 9 a. Epworth league monday 7 30 p. Prayer meeting wednesday 7 30 p. Seats free. All Are invited. 19tf Chaser Barley malt whisky being Rich and nutritious builds up the system being free from All impurities it has pleasant stimulative effect. A. Bippus amp Sod a Ole agent for new Philadelphia. Or. Frank Huffman a Young Man Burlington Ohio states that he had been under tie care two prominent physicians and used their treatment until he was not Able to get around. They pronounced his Case to he consumption and incurable. He was persuaded to try . Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds and at that time was not Able to walk across the Street without resting. He found before he had used half a Dollar bottle that he was much better he co tinned to use it and is to Day enjoying Good health. If you have any Throat lung Chest trouble try it. We guarantee satisfaction. Trial hot Clef ree at f. Iller amp songs drugstore. Cholera inf Antum has lost its terrors since tie introduction chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy. When that remedy is used and the treatment As directed with each bottle is followed a cure is certain. Or. A. W. Walter a prominent merchant at Wal-tersburgh.ill., says a it cured my baby Hoy cholera inf Antum after several other remedies had failed. The child was so Low that he seemed almost beyond the Aid human hands reach any 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp songs new Philadelphia. Many years practice have Given c. A. Now amp co., solicitors patents at Washington d. C., unsurpassed Success in obtaining patents for All classes invention. They make a specially rejected cases and have secured allowance Many patents that had been previously rejected. Their advertisement in another column will be interest to inventors patentees manufacturers and All who have to do with patents. 2tf

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