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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 24, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Evert thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Tour favor solicit d. Volume y. New Philadelphia times new Philadelphia o., thursday july 24, 1890. The Quot times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column., one column. 1 to. 3 to. J 6 to. 1 yer. 3 1 00 200 3 00 5 00 8 00 3 2 00 500 7 50 12 50 22 50 3 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 40 00 3 5 06 15 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Number 30. Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 >8� trains depart from Alliance As follows Central Lime to. 1. A 9 no. #. 14. 4. 10. 20. 6. Going West East line. Chicago express. Mail. Mail express. Going East fast line. Accommodation. Mail. T 2-30 10-20 t 9-20 4-50 3-45 f 6-30 3 10 p in hew Philadelphia times. Fast express ,? ? Lay express. V 11 Alliance accommodation 2-4p in trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at. 5 12-45 a a and 2-30 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at9-50 a in -i-3o and 8-0 . . 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 tiie ticket agent Alliance Ohio. Let Aily. Daily except sunday. Daily except monday. A. Ford general pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The p. A St. Louis railway handle route. Schedule taking effect june 15,1890. Going West. Trains depart from the p. A St. Louis depot Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. Uh5 accommodation. T <>20 express. Express. 12-15 f 3-53 going East. Express a express. Express. Accommodation 2-45 11-05 2-43 8-15 Quot everyday. Central 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 a it fare through tickets and further information regarding i lie running trains apply to ticket agent. I Hrichus Ellie Junction Ohio. E a. For it Gen. Pas. And ticket agent Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Fen. Manager Pittsburg a. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. K. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1890. Going East. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday july 24, 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,Coo it b tvs it Philadelphia will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.$1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 4��?o remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post Ofhie order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication. To the . The weeks doings. Judicial circuit convention. The democratic convention to nominate a candidate for circuit judge for the fifth judicial circuit Ohio will be held at mount Vernon Ohio tuesday August 5th, 1890, at half past 19 clock a. And the counties composing the circuit Are hereby respectfully called to Send delegates to this convention to be selected the basis one Delegate for each Lou votes cast for governor Campbell at the last state election and an additional Delegate for the fractional ratio if Over 250, which will entitle the several counties to delegates As follows Ashland. G Coshocton. 7 Delaware. Fairfield. Holmes. Knox. Licking. Morgan. Morrow. Kuski Ngum. Perry. Richland. Stark. Tuscarawas. Wayne. 104 .10 Ury order the democratic judicial circuit ii Smittee. J. R. Stones pier chairman. Chas. B. Hunt Secretary. The democratic ticket. For congressman fourteenth District James w. Owens Licking county. Stations. Of ail express i local. Lewk new Philadelphia 1 6 25 2 co . 210 a a 1 . Canal Dover.1 6 35 a a 1 10 a a Zoar. 7 15 a 2 25 a a 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 Quot 2 31 a a 2 15 a a Magnolia. 8 00 Quot 2 46 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 3 10 a a 2 51 a a 307 Quot Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 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 a a 3 55 a a Alliance. 10 00 a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 1250 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. 1210 a a 4 50 a Bella re. 4 50 a a 8 05 Quot Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 00 a a Uno West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 6 10 . 12 45 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 10wellsville. 8 15 2 40 i. Cleveland. 8 00 1 15 1. Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. I 10 55 4 15 j 7 to . Minerva. Ill 03 4 25 1 7 25 Oneida. 31 12 i 4 36 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 .8 15 Waynesburg. 11 23 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 111 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. Ill 47 5 27 9 5.5 Zoar. 111 53 5 i to canal Dover. 12 10 6 00 110 40 arrive 6 15 11 00 new Philadelphia 12 20 i All trains Are run daily except sum a. Passe ers for the West connect a Alliance with trains to cd a great fort Vayne route running Pullman Palace keep my cars and through conches to Chicago. For 11 tic i aides rates fare Etc. Apply to j v. . Gent. New i Lila Delphi a. Ohio. Jos1pii woo., e. A. Flt it a i it. mar Ager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pitts t go a. For probate judge Jasper h. Mitchell Dover. For clerk courts John Dona hey Perry. For recorder Hugh t. Minn is Goshen. For prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick Goshen. For county commissioner Adam Miller Oxford. For Surveyor Oliver ii. Hoover Goshen. For infirmary director James m. Porter Mill. For Coroner Bazil d. Downey Goshen. The National g. A. R. Wil be held in Boston August 12th to loth. Low rates via the Pennsylvania lines. 30w3 buggies carts and Etc., at Taylor a hardware store. The teachers Institute will Convene the 4th August in this City. Dev. T. Dewitt Talmage will lecture at Freeport Ohio August 21,1890. Be sure and attend the great clearance Sale at s. Runner so canal Dover. T. B. Raiff has a Fine line tobacco and cigars in the old Post office room. Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and a reasonable prices communications without signature the writer invariably find the waste Basket. And done to you forget it. We have 20 pieces ingrain carpets at goats to 40cts per Yard. Your Choice at 371 cts. Runner canal Dover The new Dennison school building caught lire sunday from the Heater used for soldering. We did not learn the extent damage. Mrs. E. Cady and family Ober Lin o., have located in this City for the purpose starting a conservatory for music. Mrs. And her two daughters Alice and Elizabeth Are Well known throughout the different states As being Fine musicians and Able instructors piano and Organ voice culture violin mandolin and theory music. They will give a concert in this City in a few weeks assisted by some the Best Talent in the country one especially and that is Lottie Demuth who has the reputation being the finest musician any so Young in the state. They Are also prepared to teach in All the above branches and ladies contemplating to take music lessons either the above mentioned instruments in voice culture will do Well to Call at their residence East High Street this City. Board and room will be furnished those coming from a distance. Watch for their advertisement elsewhere in this paper next week. A Happy birthday. Jefferson county has just let the contract building thirty three Miles Pike to Mcdonald amp Simmons Cadiz at 84,000 per mile. The Street railway is doing a thriving business no funerals. Kickers Are resting easier their pulse and temperature gradually assuming a Normal condition with Strong probability ultimate recovery. Thursday last was the 18th birthday miss Nano Boothe and to celebrate the occasion miss Boothe invited about one Hundred her lady and gentlemen friends to be present in the evening to partake her hospitality. To say it was the grandest party Ever Given in new Philadelphia is no exaggeration. The Young ladies were dressed in elegant style and the Parlours were artistically and beautifully decorated while the gentlemen were in full evening dres making the Gay and Joyful in by a scene pleasant to look upon. The repast was not to be surpassed in Richness and variety. The evening was one full enjoyment to the cheerful and Happy guests. Gaines it it various kinds music dancing wit and sentiment. Pro menacing Etc., helped to fill up the evening s Liberal program. The hostess miss Nano entertained i Ladylike and handsome style As one a to the manner born and always appeared in her happiest mood. May she live to enjoy Many recurring Happy periods her life. Wedding Bells. The weeks doings. For rent to suitable room can be rented at 85 per inquire at the times office. Of for Fine nine room House very convenient to Public Square. 22 w 6 . Romio Mclain Block. Miss Bertha Kaderly who recently graduated in Germany will sing in our City in the near future. De. Dover had a so tto with Charies Wilson saturday account a girl. It was a draw game. Take the electric cars for s. Runners bargains in dry goods dress goods dross trimmings carpets and curtains a canal Douer Judge Yeagley will deliver an address in the y. A. Rooms Kaderly Block sunday afternoon at 4 clock. All cordially invited to attend. Rev. J. Burke will preach in the presbyterian Church next Sabbath morning at the usual hour and in the Baptist Church in the evening. All cordially invited. Or. John officer brother mrs. Lucy Joss died at his residence in Girard Kansas monday morning inflammation the bowels. He leaves a wife and one child. Mrs. Joss left monday for Girard to attend the funeral. Marriage licenses granted. Peter Schleicher and Caroline Klein. J. R. Kurtz and Olive m. Mozena. We. Arthur and Emma Demuth. G. A. It at Boston. Reduced rates via the Pennsylvania lines. For the National Encampment f. A. R. To be held at Boston August 12th to 15th, round trip tickets will be sold via the Pennsylvania lines August St 9th, 10th at greatly reduced rates either via new York and rail lines to Boston via new York and Steamer through Long Island sound. Tickets will be Good returning until august20th, inclusive by special arrangement return limit can be extended to september 30th. Grand excursion to Cuya hoga Falls. Personal mention. John Filipp Barber Canton is in town. Miss Lizzie Marsh is visiting friends near Winfield. Or. Bertolette and wife Leetonia Are visiting friends in n. Dover electric flashes. From fort Washington. I Ohio a. Sex Perm to station mrs. A. J. Smith and daughter Kate visited mrs. Moore last week. Miss May Morgan Carrollton is visiting miss Georgia Albert this City. Miss Weiser Winfield is the guest mrs. Ii. E. Epenschied this week. Or. And mrs. John Griffith returned to their Home in Massillon last saturday. _ mrs. D. B. Ludwick and a. Knisely spent a few Days in Carrollton last week. Or. And mrs. Arthur Demuth Ober Lin Are in this City the guests mrs. Horning. Miss Edith Metzler and sister Jessie Baltic visited at h. E. Espenschied a last week. Mrs. Shauver North Walnut Street is sick la Gripp. We Hope she May soon . And mrs. Henry Bowers and children spent several Days with friends in the country. _ . A1 lie Joss left saturday evening for Indianapolis where he intends to make his Home. Miss May Gibbons Columbus is visiting relatives in this City the guest sex sheriff Bowers. Miss Marie Getzman and May Morgan Carrollton visted in our City a few Days the past week. Or. And mrs. Charles Birch Are visiting friends in Cleveland and Pittsburg. Mrs. Birch will remain a month. Or. Mccaw Berver Falls pa., and miss Ella Wilson Dennison spent Sabbath last with the times family. Via Cleveland and Marietta railway Oil thursday july 31, under the auspices the uniformed rank new Philadelphia i. O. O. F. And the citizens band canal Dover. A special train leaves Amp m. Depot at canal Dover at 6 a. Returning train leaves Falls not later than 5.15 j. Fare for the round trip 81 no. Children in Der 12 years age 75 cent s. Or. A it it in . Of electric line Trout railway Lias guaranteed to furnish ample accommodation for 500 More people from new Philadelphia in ample time for excursion train. For further information inquire j. Joss clip a i. O. O. F. Committee. Judicial convention. C level an d a n d 51a r1 ext effect May 11, 1890. Ii a going South. Stations. Going n Orth. No. 5. No. 3. No. 1 no. 2 no. 5 10 i 612 1115amloveland. I4r>i_\t. 230pm Kron. 558 128cm Canton. P 0 745 am in Edo. 620 715 230 la at ii i5aj 700 pm k0.5 253 540 canal Dover by 635 815 303 550 555 in Urner a. Iii 525 29 399 Lilac band. at 1 a a 82315 500 Philipsburg non t 15 836 0-611 wolfs. 1047 692 843 852 33 i 347 i 620 630 n com town Inlo Post boy. In29 5 5 515 858 354 1637 Guernsey 1022 5. Is 993 359 642tvimbolton.l017 8 5 >3 912 4 9 tool 523 819 416 658 Oldham a. 1001 516 925 125 i 702 Cambridge .1 p55 510 441 i2i Byersville. P j 453 454 i 737 it pleasant 919 410 590 1748 913 033 5 kit i749 Ava. Toy 4,7 516 i 759 Belle Valley 858 413 526 809 Caldwell. 848 493 533 815 Dudley. 833 358 540 321 South Olive 83.2 i52 545 a l 27 Dexter City 827 547r a 834 Macksburg 62340559 841. Elba. 813 �?�0612 853 Warner 759. 313 1 622 i 903 Whippie. 849 39.8 637 1918 Stanley. 7 43 1253 1 643 324 May Wood. 727 1247 700949 Marietta. 719 230.1043 us Parks by 225 110 pm it is the boast Chicago that within the limits the City there Are 4,000 acres land occupied by railroads with 1,100 Miles track. There arc Twenty live different railroads entering t h Ere. Geo. Webster living near Harrisville while hauling a Load wheat from the Field to his barn ran Over his Little girl s x y old killing her. He did not know it until he again returned to the i id and found her Cadiz Sentinel. We. R. Pugh Twenty and More years ago principal new Philada a Union schools and for several years last past a resident Columbus d in that City thursday veiling july 17. It. He was about sixty years old and leaves a wife formerly Mary Mitchener n. La and eight nine children to mourn the loss husband and father. The marriage j. Holland Kurtz new Philadelphia and miss Olive m. Mozena Uhrichsville was solemnized at the Home the Bride in the latter place thursday evening about eighty invited guests were present to witness the ceremony. The Hymen Al knot was gracefully tied by Rev. W. B. Smith Alliance assisted by Rev. John Williams Nav Phila. The wedding took place at 8 p. M., and among the delightful accompaniments the occasion was the piano a wedding March a so gracefully performed by mrs. We. B. Thompson adding much to tick Impre Dvo ceremony. After Many and Earnest congratulations to Brile and Groom a Bountiful collation was served and liberally enjoyed with resolved by the democracy Tuscarawas county in convention assembled that the Hon. John w. Jenner Richland county o., is our Choice for judge the circuit court and the following gentlemen Are appointed delegates to the judicial convention to be Holden at it. Vernon o., the 5th August 1890, who Art instructed to East our vote for . Jenner and in ease the delegation is not full at said convention those present to cast the full vote for said Jenner. Delegates a a. T. Ready a. W. Patrick. John a. Wagner h. H. Porter Samuel Moore t. J. Forbes e. Lin Gan Geo. W. Bowers d. O. Webster r. L. Shoemaker r. T. Benner. H. Ii. Porter clip a co. Convention. O. Ii. Hoover Secretary. And Robrita a i the Bride n such artistic handsome a miss Sadie Mackenzie Brockville Canada intends spending the summer with her cousins . And mrs. John Doyle. _ . And mrs. Hendershott and . And mrs. Sam. Moore attended the Kurtz Mozena wedding last thursday evening. _ prof. L. Kollor wife and Little daughter new Cumberland Are visiting . Powell raid family West Ray Street. _ miss Jennie Raynor Cleveland is Here visiting her sister mrs. John Bigler who is not expected to live and her parents . And mrs. Raynor. Miss Lizzie Skinner will Start for Den Zer Colorado in a few Days to make that place her future Home. We arc sorry to lose so estimable a lady from our City. _ . And mrs. John Warner and Little daughter Dennison gave the times a pleasant Call saturday last placing a couple dollars our table for the paper for himself and gave us the name a new subscriber thanks. Or. Warner reports Dennison As nourishing in the highest degree. Misses Ella Wilson Dennison Yin me Smith. Artie Smith Nellie Tran Blanche Smith Emma Brown and ii. Haskins Uhrichsville and . Mccaw new Brighton miss Dazie Benedict Niles and miss Florence Hardesty Columbus were guests miss Nano Boothe the Lgth. Minnesota Farmers have nominated a state ticket. Owens received the nomination for governor. The Mckinley Bill was denounced in convention As a a the crowning infamy the state is from 2,000 to 40,-000 Republican. The combination the Farmers Alliance and the United labor party will doubtless Swallow up the old parties. Done to step i stations. Trains no. 2 and no. 5 run daily Cairy through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore and w Ashington. Through coaches trains no. 2, 3, and 5 Between Marietta Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close e. A sections made at Marietta with cd. A b., 1. A Sex. By. Z a R. Ohio River packets at Cambridge with fat. A East an 1 West at Newcomerstown with 1\c. A St. L. East Oil West at canal Lover with L. A w. Aug j. A p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. A l. A and Valley it y. W k Richards Geum a la ass age to a. T. Izikoff Jen manager. Sentiment by All present far As our judgment affairs extends was very in arrayed and in All respects looked a pretty and queenly As a we congratulate . Kurtz winning a life mate culture Good heart such As her most intimate Friend concede to be h adding traits the one lie has chosen. We take plea ure too in saying that . Kurtz is a very worthy gentleman and capable doing ids full share towards making their Homo a Happy one and that such it May be the Twain have our Best wishes. The Bride and Groom left at Midnight for Clew land and Detroit with 1 v t wishes Many friends for a plea ant trip Safe return and continued enjoyment through life. The Bride was the recipient Many handsome presents which the following is a partial list hand painted umbrella stand Large ornamented bisque urn Silver Pickle Castor Silver cake Basket inlaid with Gold half dozen Silver fruit knives handsome Silver Tea set oxidized Silver carving set Silver cake knife Silver card receiver Silver bouquet Holder Silver fruit dish Silver butter knife Beautiful China salad set decorated China celery dish 1 Doz. Have Lin China plates 1 Doz. Same cups and saucers half Doz. Decorated China fruit plates handsome bisque mantel ornament Fine Glass Pitcher and goblets frosted Cut Glass Beautiful bisque Rose Jar Silver jewel Box Book a Mary the Mother the House David a Book a practical housekeeping a Crumb Brush and tray a Fine quilt White Bedspread pair Fine Linen table cloths Doz. White Linen napkins pair Fine embroidered towels pair Fine bordered towels pair Beautiful tidies Wash stand and Dresser cover handsome embroidered Plush stand Scarf lined with Satin handsome hand painted bolting cloth throw an fire broke out in the hardware store . Almon at a Sherrodsville Friday night last which in its mad career came near burning out All the business portion the town. Our informant save that the hotel owned by . Daugherty with All the contents owned by the lessees was Burnt a probably a loss $4,000. J. Almonds loss will it is thought reach $8,000. Rainsberg Eros drug store building and contents also burned loss estimated $4,000. Mrs Fino ment and a A. Case s store House and part the Stock burned loss about $4,000. Al Baugh new store building and Stock goods consisting clothing and gents furnishing goods suffered a loss about $6,000. Jenkins grocery was burned loss $3,000. Pierce livery barn Conotton Valley depot Post office and two three dwellings were also burned making a total loss property about $40,000, a very severe blow certainly to the enterprising town. Rally soon we Hope to see Sherrod Vilh the ninth annual meeting the Tuscarawas county Pioneer association will he held at Uhrichsville >., Friday the 22d Day August 1890, at 10 clock a. M., continuing through the Day. You will not be disappointed in the entertainment that will be Given you for we expect to have addresses from Many and some in particular that will be very interesting. Come you that Are old an 1 you that Are Young bring your wives and your daughters bring your baskets Well filled and to prepared to have a regular social Pic Nie and an old time gathering where we can review Over the past and Lay plans for the future that will make these annual gatherings a Well Spring pleasure and More interesting As the years Roll by. Or. F. W. Caulley press i. U. Deardorff Sec a. Dover is the Boom. During the heavy rain storm thursday we. Cairns barn was damaged by lightning. Friday evening while Street car was coming from new Philadelphia was detained about thirty minutes account a Load Hay which had been upset in Bridge. Mrs. L. Drake and her daughter returned tuesday from a weeks visit at Chippewa Lake. Mrs. Drake is the leading Milliner our City. Jake Horn has one the finest saloons bakery and restaurants in the county. It wont be Long a till you will hear that he Lias gone into the banking business. Plin Vinton has been troubled with a malarial attack for a few Days past. Lous Lockner will make it Snow now. He has just received $3,700 from a deceased aunt in the old country. Or. F. Ball insurance agent Cleveland is in this City in the interest his company. He is a gentleman in every respect. Merchants Are complaining Dull times. Just wait . Merchants the Farmers will bring their Grain in in a Short time. Prof. Muckley attracted Large crowds by introducing the Eddison talking apparatus last week. Muckley has Many friends in this locality. J. J. Jurgins has been twisting his face for several Days too Many cucumbers. The Mercury stood thursday last at �?~2 00 p. M., 98� in the Shade and 115� in the Sun. It was a scorcher. Isaac Gibbs has quit the meat Market business. The Central House under the management we. Shaw is in excellent condition and furnishes to its daily visitors excellent eatables. Sam. Runner our dry goods merchant says the two towns will meeter re Long. Dover wants a circus and wants it bad. Would like to have Barnum if there is ground enough Here. A great Many n. Boys come Over Here the Street cars and get too full for utterance but they Are Nice boys. Farmers report wheat about half a crop too wet and the Fly interfered. Harde Stysh Are buying new wheat already. Price 75 cents. Christ. Gerber claims he has been benefited several shiners already by the Street cars. Mrs. B. Flora and mrs. Abraham Sharp n. P., were Over Here to see their friends sunday. About 75 our citizens attended the Alice Crouch entertainment at the county seat Friday evening. Miss Lizzie Cox has accepted a position As clerk in s. Rennerts dry goods store. A. Lodd Bolivar was in town monday. Or. In keeps a first class class list by at that place and receives a Large patronage from the travelling Public. At Bolivar thursday lightning struck the barn Andy Baker who had just finished hauling in his Grain and Hay loss 82,500. Charles Andrews Canton is visiting his parents Here. De. Eppins has accepted a position in the Deis amp Fertig wholesale establishment. Billy better the firm Greenber Ger amp better clothiers is in Michigan business. Prof. Richardson Shanesville was in town saturday. Zella White visited friends at Winfield sunday. J. Snyder Arcanum Michigan is in town. Hattie Bence and Fitima Brook visiting Canton ians. There will be an ice Cream festival at Winfield july 26. Joe Slingluff rides a a a safety bicycle now. And its a Dandy. Jake Burkle jr., Dennison is in town. Joe Klar intends erecting a Fine business Block his lot opposite reporter office. Miss Cora Young is visiting Cambridge people. George Koos claims he found a Timothy Stock 5 feet 7$ inches Long de. Swing Luff a farm. Cricket. Infernal ingenuity. Are Myrtle Sargent Newcomerstown spent sunday with miss Ora tinkle. Anna Slade visited friends in Newcomerstown sunday last. J. O. Nargney will move into the moravian parsonage this week. Edward simmers Dennison visited his Mother a few Days last week. We. Tubs and family Coshocton called their Many friends and relatives in port the past week. Miss Florence Gold has been seriously ill with typhoid fever for the past week but is Nowr slowly recovering. Or. R. Anderson having regained sufficient health returned with his father from Chattanooga tenn., last wednesday. Mrs. A. G. Nelson daughter Alice and miss Sadie Benton were the guests miss Maud Mulvaine Newcomerstown last saturday. The Rev. R. Kinsey Easton pa., has been called to the bed Side his Mother mrs. Joseph Kinsey Fry a Valley who is very Low. Mrs. Charles Bock Buckhorn died at her residence last thursday and was buried Here the following the funeral services were conducted in the German lutheran Church by Rev. G. Graff assisted by Rev. R. We Inland. At a recent meeting the . O. U. A. M., the following officers were in stalled by . 0., j. L. Shaw coun., w. Price v. C., Chas. Kline asset rec. Sec., V. Wiand condr., Adam Leif Fer Warden Samuel Burrell S., Retzler i. S., j. L. Mcpherson. D. W. Mcginty. Newspaper bulletin. and Garden. From Bethel. As no news has appeared in your paper from our neighbourhood for some time from our neighbourhood we shall Endeavor to report a few items now with a Promise More punctuality in tie future. The weather is very hot. The Farmers will soon finish their Hay crop for this season while the wheat has All been taken care and All hands ready to do likewise with the Oats and then comes the stirring music the threshing machine and the gorgeous colouring the Golden autumn Days to Many the loveliest season All the year. Or. W. A. Mizer Bakersville the Ohio Farmers insurance agent was seen in our neighbourhood last week we suppose business for the company. The ladies the German evangelical Church give an ice a Ream festival saturday evening july 26, in Heisters Grove two Miles North Wolf a station. The proceeds will go to the new Church which is Lee a erected at Philipsburg. All Are cordially invited. Or. Jesse Brown who left Lam Spring for Portage county has returned Home again. Lie thinks Portage is Good hut that old Tuscarawas ranks still higher. Right Friend Jesse. Mrs. Julia Bock who has been suffering for More than a year with cancer trouble died last thursday morning and was buried in the it. Washington cemetery saturday. She leaves a husband five children and a Large number relatives and friends to mourn her loss. She was an upright Christian woman and a kind and affectionate wife and Mother. Mother thou Art gone to sleep thee guard the Angels keep thou Art from earthly trouble free where we mourn and wait for thee. E. And e. Points from Ohio agricultural station. Fungus diseases plants their nature and the remedies that their study has recommended smut blight rust and mildew. The new trans Continental route from this Dis iness again. Ter and build up her bus Uncle Ned a knowledge. Happy hoosiers. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises Jores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and ail skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat-safaction. Money refunded. Price 25 cents Der Box. For Sale by f. C Miller son. 6y2 the eleventh annual pennyroyal reunion will be near Fairview Guernsey county wednesday and thursday August 27 and228, 1890. In a Little District in Guernsey county men have been born lived flu have filled Ever a official position in this country from supervisor to United states senator. There Are other people who have been born moved there who would be willing to fill ail these positions and they hold a Mutual admiration meeting. Their greatness is attributed to an Herb called a a pennyroyal a which is Sid to be More fragrant than a horse the pro Tique Oak Een Tertale antique Oak Roek Gram this year promises More than usual j it antique Oak tapestry Rocker antique Oak and Plush Rocker two Large velvet rugs a handsome ingrain drugged portraits brides a and Ilia handsome Wicker work Basket silk and ribbon head rest Etc., Etc., too numerous to interest. Among those who a Wear the i Green who will see present Are Hon. 1 John a. Buchanan 1. 1. Taylor Hon. Lorenzo Danford. Among the outsiders Are gov. J. E. Canipelli and Dan. Ryan Secretary Sentinel. Mention. What a this world a coining to my friends seem Oil the run when Leek shers my kind just bring two dollars thirty . I Laid awake some Twenty nights and worked from Sun to Sun and dug out this photo Sophy for two dollars thirty one. T studied Franklin Bell and Morse and other works a ton and for this inspiration got two dollars thirty one. On Edison i racked my brain you know lies a big gun i talked to reps and democrats for two dollars thirty one and when the hat was passed around course you thought a twas fun to stand your Uncle Edward off with two and thirty one. The Hill life in a mowing Down my race is nearly run ill bet you la have the night Mare bout two and thirty one. If i come out next wednesday night i Trust you la have More a Mun a for you done to get much Hominy for two and thirty one. Kindly submitted to the Liberal press by uni Ned and his committeemen. 8. Look out fora Cyclone from me from the court House Elevation wednesday night. Hope Tom boys will be hand to lift me to my place. Your u. N. We. Timmons postmaster Ida Ville Indiana writes a electric putters Lias done More Tor me than All other medicines combined for that bad feeling arising from kidney and liver John Leslie Farmer and Stockman same place says a a find electric bitters to be the Best kidney and liver Medicine made me feel like a new j. W. Gardner hardware merchant same town says electric bitters is just the thing Tor a Man who is All run Down and done to care whether he lives Dies he found new strength Good appetite and Felt just like he had a new lease life. Only 50 cents a bottle at . Miller amp songs drug store. Could scarcely devise More excruciating tortures than those which you see the evidences in the face a rheumatic neuralgia sufferer. The agonies Are the consequence not checking a rheumatic neuralgia attack at the outset. Hostetter a stomach bitters has been found by skilful medical practitioners to possess not Only remedial but defensive Efficacy where those diseases exists a tendency to them is exhibited. Surely this puissant but Safe botanic Medicine bearing too such High specific Sanction is better than the but most unsafe not Only in continuance but in isolated doses. The blood is Dep rated thoroughly from the rheumatic virus and the nerves slightly i purged upon saved from ultimate and dire Ful throes by this benign saving Medicine which likewise exhibits marked Efficacy for malaria kidney complaints dyspepsia constipation and liver complaint. 40�?27w 4 via the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul r1 in and the Northern Pacific r. R. Commencing sunday june 15, 1890, there will be established a through line Vestibule Pullman sleeping cars running daily Between Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul Lalena Montana Spokane Falls Tacoma and Seattle Washington and Portland Oregon making the fastest time to and from All Points puget sound and the North Pacific coast and affording an excellent throw route for passenger destined to California Points. West bound trains will leave Union passenger station Corner Adams and canal streets Chicago daily at 5 30 pm., arriving St Paul 7 00am, Fargo 1 55 pm., Lalena 1 15 . Spokane Falls 5 30 pm., Tacoma 10 50,Seattle 11.15a.m.,Portland 0 30 pm. These trains will carry All classes passengers and will also provide the finest dining car service Between Chicago and the Pacific coast. Trains All lines from the East arrive in Chicago in ample time to make connection with the 5 30 . Train from Chicago. In addition to the foregoing special Pullman sleeping cars for famous Yellowstone Park will lie attached to these in a recent bulletin the Ohio agricultural station . Clarence m. Weed says that investigations and experiments made within the last few years upon the various rots snits blights mildews and other affections plants caused by fungi have already Given us practical remedies for Many these pests and there is Good reasons to Hope that Many others will soon be brought under control. On account the great interest in the subject now Felt by Many fruit growers it has been thought desirable to present in this bulletin a general discussion the subject together with formulas for the preparation the several fungicides now in use. To give the Reader a Clear idea what is meant by a fungus disease i cannot do better than to quote the following discussion by . Roland Thaxter the Connecticut Experiment station fungus fungus disease that is a disease caused by a fungus fungi is the term properly applied to a majority ailments among plants which Are commonly and loosely designated by such names As blast blight mildew Mould rot rust Scab scald and smut All which convey to the mind a More less confused and inaccurate idea what they Are intended to distinguish. Such diseases Are accurately known Only by the scientific names which have been Given to us the fungi which cause them. For example the onion smut in Connecticut is known As Turocy Stis Copula Uro Cystis being the generic group name Given to All Smuts having the special characters found in the onion smut while Cepla which notes the fact that it is found in Small cultivated onions is the special name applied to the particular species mentioned. Whatever different names we May decide to give them rather to their visible effect rather products their nature is practically the same in All eases. That is the injury is caused by certain lowly organized plants living in the tissues the Plant which harbours them and is conveniently called their Host Host Plant. Their vegetative portion consists an indefinite growth thread like tubes which usually Branch in grow in through the tissues the Host and absorb from them their contained Nutriment. Such thread like tubes Are called Hyphie and from them Are produced the reproductive bodies fungus usually in the form what Are called spores. The spores which correspond in Many cases to the seeds higher plants and perform the same function Are very various in their size shape and color and markings. Many Are simple composed a single cell and others Are compound and divided by partition into from two to sometimes very Many cells. They Are usually very minute and invisible to the naked Eye except in the mass. In germination which takes place under proper condition warmth and moisture one More Liph v Are produced from the spores its divisions and from the Hyp lne thus produced Are ultimately formed More spores similar to that from which they sprang. In a general Way then and in the simplest Case the individual fungus Plant May be said to consist a spore producing a series threads which Are borne other spores similar to that which they owed their origin. Thus it will be seen that these diseases Are caused by plants developing from spores. Hence if those spores can be destroyed if unaffected Host Plant can be coated with something which will prevent the development the spores the injury will be stopped. To this fact i is due the important practical results recently reached in fighting Plant Dis eases. The substances used destroying these spores preventing the developing the fungi Are called fungicides Kil lers the fungi. The most important fungicides now in use Are the compounds Copper especially the sulphate cop per Blue vitriol and the Carbonate Copper. From these substances two the leading fungicide solutions Are made the Bordeaux mixture and thu Ammoniacal Carbonate Copper. Letter from Blaine the my Kinley Bill. Hold it to tic eight. Trains thus affording duri tin iu111 drunkenness liquor Labit. E. Selover amp co., the nurserymen Geneva n. Y., request our assistance in securing for them one More first class men to take an Agency in this adjoining counties for the Sale their Nursery Stock. This firm guar Noces All Stock and pays salaries ranging from �30 to $100 per month and expenses to successful workers. Any our readers not engaged for the season whose time is not wholly employed will do Well to grasp the Opportunity Here offered and write the above firm at once for full particulars. A Good Chance for All. 27 w8 in All the world there is but one cure . Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea Coffee without the knowledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking their own free wiil. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl mar months a direct through car line to the world s wonderland and the Lake bark Region the Northwest. Time 48 hours to Mammoth hot Springs hotel. The advantage to be secured by purchasing through tickets via a route composed such favourably known and Well established lines As the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul and Northern Pacific railways must be apparent to All first class travel ices. For sleeping car reservations through tickets time tables and further information apply at City office Chicago Milwaukee so St. Paul Ltd a at no. 207 claim St., Union passenger station Chicago address f. A. Miller asset g. A., c., m. Amp St. Ray Chicago 111. We. Kelley jr., trav. Pas. Agt., . Ray room 25 Clinton Block 00 Columbus Ohio. The Man who tells you confidentially just what will cure your cold is prescribing Kempis Balsam this year. In the preparation this remarkable medi i Cine for coughs and colds no expense is i 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 bottle s free. The following letter from Secretary Blaine has been received by senator Frye bar Harbor me., july 11, �?T90. Dear . Fry Eli have just received intelligence from the highest commercial authority in Havana that american hour under the new duties imposed by Spain cannot reach the cuban Market under a Cost �11.46 per barrel counting the shipping Price in new York at $4.80 per barrel. Spain holds the Market for herself and is Able to Send plur Opean flour at a Price which totally excludes the american flour from the markets Cuba and Porto Rico. Other articles american growth Are likewise taxed by Spain to the Point prohibition. This sided Commerce will seriously injure the shipping Routs which Are still in american hands largely if not exclusively. It would certainly be a very extraordinary policy the part our government just at this time to open our Market without charge duty to the enormous crops sugar raised in the two Spanish islands. Cuba and Porto Rico furnish the United states with nearly quite one half the sugar which we consume and we Are far larger Consumers than any other nation in the world. To give a free Market to this immense product the Spanish plantations a the moment Spain is excluding the products american farms from her Market would be a policy As unprecedented As it would be unwise. Our Trade with the american republics As Welk As with the West India islands has been for Many years in a most unsatisfactory condition. The aggregate balance Trade with All latin America is heavily against us. A single illustration will suffice. Since we repealed the duty Coffee in 1872, we have imported the products Brazil to the extent $821,. 806,000, and have sold to her $156,135,-000 our own products. The difference $664,661,000, we have paid in Gold its equivalent and Brazil has expended the vast sum in the Market Europe. You can readily see How different the result would have been if in return for the free admission brazilian Coffee in our markets we had exacted the free admission certain products the United states in the brazilian Market. To repeat this error with sugar to an amount three times As Large As with Coffee will close All Opportunity to establish reciprocity Trade with latin America. The charge against the protective policy which has injured it most is that its benefits go wholly to the manufacturer and the capitalist and not at All to the Farmer. You and i will know that this is not True but still it is the most Plaus table and therefore the most hurtful argument made by the free trader. Here is an Opportunity where the Farmer May be benefited primarily undeniably richly benefited. Here is m Opportunity fur a Republican Congress to open the markets 40,000,000 it people to the products american Farmers. Shall we seize the Opportunity shall we throw it away i do not doubt that in Many respects the Tariff Bill pending in the Senate is a just measure and that most its provisions Are in accordance with the Wise policy Protection. But there is not a Section a line in the entire Bill that will open the Market for another Bushel wheat another barrel pork. If sugar is now placed the free list without exacting important Trade concessions in return we shall close the door for a profitable reciprocity against ourselves. 1 think you will find some valuable hints this subject in the presidents Brief message june 19, with As much practical Wisdom As was Ever stated in so Short a space. Our foreign Market for bread stuff s grows narrower. Great Britain is exerting every nerve to secure her bread supplies from India and the rapid expansion the wheat area in Russia gives us a powerful competitor in the Market Europe. It becomes us therefore to use every Opportunity for the Extension our Market both the american continents. With nearly $100,000,00 Worth sugar seeking our Market every year we shall prove ourselves most unskilled legislators if we do not secure a Large Field for Sale and consumption our bread stuffs and provisions. The late conference american republics proved the existence a common desire for closer relations. Our Congress should take up the work where the International conference left it. Our Field commercial development and Progress lies South us. Very sincerely yours James g. Blaine. The Hon. W. Frye United states Senate. Re Mirku re Sci for Sale Trade a Good dwelling and store room combined and a Stock general merchandise that would invoice at about $1,000, situated at a Good Point in a Small Village the Amp p. Railroad. Would Trade for dwelling property in new Philadelphia canal Dover. Reason for Selling the owner wants to educate his children. The stand has a Good Trade. Call s. Moore agent times office. For Sale Trade. From Beaver dam. Sickness seems to be the Ord r the Day our Valley. Harry Lytle is very sick asthma. Bud. Smith is the sick list. John Lytle is not expected to live Long As he is very Low. William Walters Stone Creek vis to a our Valley sunday last week. Shocking wheat and making Hay engages the Farmer these Days. W. K. I have for Sale Trade several tracts Western land in Nebraska Kansas and Missouri 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 mrs. Michael curtain Plainfield 111., makes the statement that she caught cold which settled her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim consumption and that no Medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested . Kings new discovery for consumption she bought a bottle and to her Delight found herself benefited from first dose. She continued its use and after taking ten bottles found herself sound and Well now does her own housework and is As Well As she Ever was. I1 Roe trial bottles this great discovery at f. Miller amp songs drug store Large bottles 50 cents and $1.00. Ask your Friendt about it. National Bridge property sold. Glassgow va., july 17. The natural Bridge property has been sold to a Massachusetts and Virginia Syndicate for $200,0 0. It was purchased from col. H. Parsons and Hon. J. G. Blaine who have owned it for a number years. Your distressing cough can be cured. We know it because Kempis Balsam within the past few years has cured so Many coughs and colds in this Community. Its remarkable Sale has been won entirely by its genuine Merit. Ask some Friend who has used it what he thinks Kempis Balsam. There is no Medicine so pure none so effective. Large bottles 5oc and $1 All druggists. Sample bottle free. Loyl we have Given a. Bippus amp son the Agency in new Philadelphia Tor our Barley malt whiskey. Distilled from malted Barley it is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., 28w4 distillers Louisville by

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