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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 9, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill has posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Spack. 1 to. 3 6 to. 1 y r. One Inch. S 1 00 s 2 00 s3 00 $ 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 i 50 12 .50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 501 40 oof 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 9, 1889. Number 20. Business directory. Do your local advertising in the times. Circulation 56 quires one half larger than any other democratic paper in the county. Prances Romig. Attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. Torn w. Nix a m. P., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Linker. 5iyi a f. T Eric House painting paper hanging White washing and Ca Cimin lug neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at Aiton a a Ackey a shoe store. New Philadelphia. Ohio. March 2s. 1380. Quot c. Parks m. A. Physician and surgeon. 11 Calls Day night pro nifty answered. Of a in the Patrick building. South Broadway Esi Deuce two doors South t i depot. 4 Oiin s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Hila Delphiia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and and lining counties. Ofree up stairs opposite ourt Hause. On North Broadway. A Dyl r ii. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and con Yancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court Louse. North Broadway. I1 Lukl Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia. Ohie. Professional business entrusted to his care Tuscarawas Larrison and adjoining count Wili receive prompt and careful attention cd in Hummel Block second floor. G p. Everhart s 4�r new livery amp feed stable Dundee. . The very Best horse. Carriages and Sample aeons can now be had promptly at the lowest . Office and stable near the r it. Depot. Loway 2,1880. V1 Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 06 amp 108 water St., Cleveland. Ii bib cock. Ii. Hurd jr., Babcock. Ii. A. Bishop. Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., United grew York for the Sale their Cele ated Alaroma and Budiu brands roasted i fee. 21yl the Gilsey House new Piisila Derrilla. Of Iii. Ii. Minx is proprietor. Die House Lias been newly furnished through to. Pleasant rooms table Torst class. Prices iterate. Bus to and from the cars. Good very in connection with the House 4>yl Bucklen Warnaca Salve Rise Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises re.3. Ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter tapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin a options and positively cures piles no a juiced. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents r Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6y2 Money to loan first Morto i a farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken for three years More and for sums $1,000 and upwards. Privilege making partial payments $100 More Loans granted and Extension time Given when interest is kept up promptly. No commission and no charges for recording mortgages. For further particulars and information address we. Ii. Ross Gene a agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 42m6 october 11, 18ss. Co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray. A magnificent daily train service a a the Montana express. A a will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coach lies a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana great Falls Helena amp Botte for maps and general information inquire your own ticket age to. Or f. I. Will they Gene a and Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. 33 children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became mias she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. Saved the value a farm. Hew Philadelphia times. The weeks doings. Sellers cough syrup has attained a reputation almost equal to Sellers pills and More could hardly be said any Medicine. The syrup should be kept in every family where there Are children and grown up people find it a most valuable Medicine for coughs cold liars Ness and Throat and lung diseases. The pills Are such a Standard remedy in some parts the country that a family never thinks being without them. Said an old gentleman in Eastern Maryland Quot Why in be raised my family Sellers spills and i consider them almost essential to a family As bread. I n the last thirty years they have saved me enough in doctors Bills to for a Star. 6m6 Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday May 9, 1889. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Wirthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. In Advance.1.00 if not paid within three mods a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Posto Allce order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication. To Tiik times. Democratic convention. The democrats Tuscarawas county Are requested to meet at the usual places holding their primary elections in the respective townships and precincts Friday. May 24-th, 1889, at irom 4 clock to 0 clock p. Except in the precincts Goshen Mill and Dover townships where the meetings will be held from 4 clock to 7 clock p. In. Of said Dayan organize said meetings respectively by selecting a chairman and Secretary who shall act As tellers and proceed to choose by ballot delegates to represent said townships and election precincts in the democratic county convention to be held in new Philadelphia saturday May 25th, 1889, at 10 clock a. M., to nominate candidates for the following offices and in the following order two representatives. One treasurer. One sheriff. One commissioner. One infirmary director. Also to select delegates to the democratic senatorial convention for this District and to the democratic state convention and to transact such business As May properly come before the convention. Each township and election precinct will be entitled to delegates in the county convention upon the following basis. One Delegate for every 25 votes and one for every fraction 13 votes cast for the democratic presidential electors in november 1888, which will give each township and precinct the number delegates Here stated Viz Auburn. 8 Bucks.10 Clay. 6 Dover.27 Fairfield. 5 Franklin. 6 Goshen precinct 16 a a 2 11 a a 3 .12 43 Jefferson. 9 Lawrence. 8 Mill Dennison.12 Uhrichsville precinct 15 Quot a a 24 a a a 35 Oxford.10 Perry. 5 Rush. 4 salem.11 Sandy. 9 sugarcreek.11 Union. 1 Warren. 4 Warwick. 6 Washington. 5 was lie. 9 York. 8 total.220 the chairman and secretaries the primary meetings will see that the names the delegates choose Are properly certified to the convention. By order the democratic Central committee. J. Evans chairman. V. Ream. Asset Sec a. The Columbus dispatch has been investigating the italian quarters in Columbus. They Are Orange and banana paddlers and have their fruit lying around the dirty filthy floors among tobacco refuse in the dirtiest and worst hovels. It is feared that their peddling this fruit will be the Means spreading diseases. They will doubtless have to be regulated by the City authorities. Section 6958, revised statutes the state Ohio says Quot whoever leaves deposits any Poison at any common Street Alley Lane thoroughfare any kind any Yard enclosure other than the Yard enclosure occupied by such person shall be fined not More than fifty nor less than five dollars imprisonment not More than thirty nor less than five Days both and shall be liable to the person injured for All damages sustained next year every Farmer in the United states will be visited by a paid officer the government and asked to give the statistics his farm crops Stock Etc. For the previous year which is the present one 1889. To be prepared for the census taker begin now to keep accurate account All farm operations and continue it throughout the entire year. Let every Farmer be prepared for the officer who will Call upon him at the proper time for the information. The miners at Scranton pa., Are in a starving condition. Many Are actually suffering. The mines Are operated now principally by italian and hungarian labourers who live like hogs to the exclusion the old miners. Verily the promised Protection to the people by the new administration does not protect. There was no period during Cleveland a administration that will compare with the present depression in business. The people have been hoodwinked Many times by the false pretentious the Republican party and it is High time they were learning that the Republican party is not the Friend the toiling masses but rather corporate trusts and monopolies. Next year a new appraisement the real estate in Ohio will take place and for this purpose land appraisers will be elected at the regular election next november. We believe that it is the duty the county commissioners at their june session to Divide the county into suitable districts and give notice by publishing the same in the papers in order that an appraiser May be selected in each District at the fall election. Heretofore it has been the custom to denominate each township a District. The matter selecting these officials is one that demands the consideration the Public and none but men sound judgment who understand the value real estate should be selected. An Exchange remarks that a scientist has figured out that the sense smell is More acute i animals than in human beings. Perhaps this explains Why polecats avoid each other and never speak As they pass by. Messes. Charles Beans and s. D. Barr have purchased the Sandyville flouring Mill and refitted it with the roller process machinery and Are now prepared to make As Good roller flour As any null in the county. They have a Good substantial Mill property with an excellent water Power. You can get chopping done also. They will handle some Grain. The Farmers that Community should now give them a Liberal patronage. A Man by the name Austin a labourer in the rolling Mill hired a horse and buggy Moses Goodwin sunday to take a drive. He went to a House near the Dover Salt works where he intended to Stop and in turning around the. Horse became excited and plunged Down the Steep Bank into sugar Creek where the water was eight nine feet deep. Austin jumped out As they went Down the Bank and saved himself but the horse Vas drowned and the buggy damaged about $25. The horse was valued at $100. Austin claims the horse backed Over the Bank while others who saw it say the horse went head Foremost. The disappointed Boomers Oklahoma Are returning to their former Homes. They Are in destitute circumstances. Many them had nothing but their household effects before going and that was sold to make the trip. They must necessarily suffer from hunger unless Given Aid. Their horses Are Mere skeletons. Oklahoma was a badly inflated Bubble. There Are thousands acres just As Good land in Northern Texas As in Oklahoma that can be bought from the Railroad companies state and schools for $1.25 per acre. And yet these people expected to find a Paradise in this Little Indian strip. People should not go to a new country wholly destitute Means. The movement to secure Purchase the tract for a town Park and race track is now assuming shape. The vote has been ordered by the town authorities. We feel confident that the vote will carry in Lavor the Purchase. We have heard but Little objection to it. The committee appointed to solicit for the Normal school building is now ready for business. They will gladly receive subscriptions. Done to be Back Wark about it if you want the improvement in the town go and see the committeemen at once. This is the time to act and help secure something beneficial and permanent for the town and Community. The following persons Are charter members the Eastern Ohio Normal school located in this City j. R. Hendershot j. Kaderly , j. L. Kennedy j. F. Wilkins James a. D. Richards j. L. Mcllvain Jos. Junkins j. Custer j. W. Yeagley f. C. Miller f. Glauser g. Senhauser Geo. Welty Taylor. In our meanderings through the county last week we dropped into the store s. Miller amp son at Barros Mills and was much surprised to see the amount business done in that Little Village about one dozen houses. The location is the Connaton Valley Road and since the widening that Road Barros Mills has become quite a shipping Point for Stock. It is in Rich farming Community and through the Energy and Good business qualities . Miller amp son and their genial and accommodating ways they have built up a splendid mercantile Trade. They carry a Large and Well selected Stock goods All kinds and can and do sell As cheap As any merchants in the county. They also handle Grain. The Farmers that Community can do no better than to patronize . Miller amp son. The Village Lias no hotel but you can always get a Good clean meal at . Millers. Mrs. Miller and her Good looking daughter know How to get up a Good meal. While there we met . Daniel Allison and Jonas Allison who Are extensive dealers in Stock. They were earring a lot sheep calves and hogs. They Are Lair buyers and have no trouble to get plenty Stock. Or. Fred. Gribble near rangers vile came to town last thursday business bringing with him $200.00, which he had wrapped up in a piece paper and deposited in his overcoat pocket previous to his leaving Home. After his arrival Here and his team being cared for he proceeded to transact his business when upon searching his pockets discovered that his Money was gone. Lie retraced his stuns to where he had left his team and could not find his wealth there. Lie stated his loss to every one he met and frantically be stimulated and dived Down into his different pockets with both hands but with Barren results. Lie then Bethought himself that he might have lost it the Road leading to Beyers Mill where he had gone in the morning previous to coming into the City and immediately started for that Point. I. S. Olmstead whom he had told his loss was repeating the affair to a group persons imitating . Gribble a actions when in d. Downey stepped up Ami inquired the cause the commotion. Upon learning the facts lie promptly pulled out his pocket a Quot Wade Bank Bills amounting to $200.00, tallying in every particular with the loss . Gribble. Or. Downey had noticed . G. Going along the Alley near his place business and seeing something fall from the person Gribble called his attention to it. Or. G. Responded by saying Quot Yust you takes him und go und take Somodi Nesmit it a not thinking the package was the one lie so bemoaned the loss later. M r. Downey passing that Way a Little while afterwards picked up the Little package and examining it found it contained the amount above stated. There was no Quot monkeying about the matter the Money was handed Over to . Gribble who was More than Happy Over its recovery while . Downey was correspondingly Happy in returning it to the proper owner. The weeks doings. The commissioners were in session three Days this week. Mrs. Della Dick who has been quite ill with soar Throat is convalescing. A movement is being made to open up for settlement the Sioux reservation in Dakota. A new Comet is steering this Way and can be seen with the naked Eye about the last May. A Cyclone swept Over the City Fargo d. T., tuesday a roofing houses and doing considerable damage. Common pleas court resumed business again tuesday after a three Days session circuit court. The jury in the Nelson Cable Case went to Sandyville wednesday morning to View the ground in dispute. A new Ohio Law provides that property sold execution May be paid for in instalments instead Cash in hand. The Wheeling amp Lake Erie Railroad has completed its track to Scio. In a few weeks it will run through to the Ohio River. The certificate incorporation for our Normal school arrived yesterday. It is incorporated under the name Quot Eastern Ohio Normal the Seal Brown horses the carriages and stable outfit owned by sex president Cleveland were sold cheap at auction monday at Washington. The old District school forty fifty years ago will be presented to the Public by some our Best citizens next week. Done to fail to see it. Or. And mrs. C. C. Welty entertained in handsome style the new Philadelphia whist club at their Home East fair Street thursday evening. The Council Uhrichsville repealed the local option ordinance last week. They think a full Treasury is better than prohibition in name Only. Diseases the digestive blood urinary and cutaneous systems can be cured by . Nixon. Consultation free. Office South Broadway. 17w4 the Lawn Tennis club this City Are preparing ground North Broadway Street to while away the Long summer evenings at that interesting game. A Young lady by the name Clara Graham Kansas City was convicted horse stealing the 6th inst and sentenced to two years in the Penitentiary. Or. Frederick Weber an old German citizen aged 78 years died at his residence 1st Street North High Friday morning last at 10 clock. Funeral saturday p. Do you want a suit clothing hat anything in the gents furnishing line if so Call w. C. Sutton amp co., where you will find the largest and cheapest Stock to select from. 17w4 w. C. Sutton a co. Are showing the largest and Best selected Stock clothing hats Caps and gents furnishing goods in the country at prices that defy Competition. 17w4 attorney general Miller has called upon marshals Jones and Needles for an explanation their conduct and that their deputies the occasion the opening Oklahoma territory. At s. Everharty a new livery and feed stable Dundee Ohio can be found the very Best horses carriages and Sample wagons and can be had promptly at the lowest rates. Office and stable near Railroad station. 19\v2 Forest fires have done an immense amount damage in Northern Minnesota and Northern Wisconsin. Many dwellings have been burned. A great amount Stock and lumber has been destroyed. See the Man at the Telephone our 4th Page and hear his shouts in Praise Billett a Miller at the steam Mill Ray Street. He knows whereof lie affirms and if you do not know Call them and get a sack their flour and then you will know. If you want a new buggy if you want a new Carriage if you want a new Wagon if you want a new cart go to a. Raiffe a establishment South Broadway room formerly occupied by the Fribley firm. He can suit you with any kind a vehicle and at reasonable prices. 19w2 a party Young men coming toward the Centre from East Avenue Friday evening about 10 clock made a terrible noise As they passed up the Street. No doubt they intended a complimentary serenade to the citizens along the Way but the music was too discordant to receive any bouquets. If this party Are forming a singing club we advise them to go out to the dam and practice As there is no Law against killing fish with music. Dan. Getzman the Ohio Farmers insurance agent Here has applied to congressman Mckinley for an appointment As Indian agent. The chief duty such agents is to sell . To Salt for sugar cabbage leaves for tobacco and Coffee sacks for Broadcloth and Getzman wants to Stop such nefarious Carroll co. Chronicle. Daniel can fill the Bill exactly. He used to Cater to the wants the Public in this City when engaged in the hotel business to a nicety and when a Man can Issue rations satisfactorily to the travelling Public commercial drummers especially he certainly ought to prove a Success with our Indian wards. We Hope Dan. Will Quot git the weeks doings. Go and see personal mention. Quot waiting for the verdict a City opera House. On saturday evening May 11th, �?T89. Go the Young people will be Happy to learn that a circus will soon exhibit in new Philadelphia. Go to Routzen heifers drug store for your Wall paper. Such bargains Are nowhere else to be found. W. C. Sutton amp co. Have just received a full line French flannel shirts in All the latest shades and styles. Prices varying from 50 cents to $3.50 a piece. You can always get what you want in the provision line at g. Senhauser a. He keeps vegetables All kinds cured meat and the Best groceries. 19w2 go to g. Senhauser son West High Street for fresh groceries provisions fruits Queens Are and cured meat. His Trade is booming because he pleases the people. 19w2 any person in need a first class typewriter should not fail to write to j. W. Rolli Stone Creek o., for catalogue and Sample writing the world typewriter. For Sale a Good second hand Phaeton Houpt make practically As Good As new and Cost $150. Will sell Low want to buy a two seat Rig is the reason for Selling. Inquire at the times office. 3t the residence Jesse Winspear West High Street caught fire the roof Friday noon last from Sparks dropping it. The alarm was sounded but before the Quot fire laddies reached the scene the bucket brigade had got in its work putting the Blaze out. No damage any consequence. A boy named Green aged about 10 years while playing with companions the school grounds Friday last fell and broke his Arm. Ilis teacher miss Crispin with judicious and commendable action Tore her apron into strips bandaged the Little Fellows Arm and had him taken Home where medical Aid was summoned. A fish Market has been opened in the Beck Block South Broadway adjoining the Gilsey House by . A. I Halliwell formerly Akron who will keep hand fresh fish received daily. As . I Halliwell intends making this business a permanent one Here we ask for him a Liberal patronage. The new Philadelphia dramatic club have been requested by a number the enterprising citizens this place to repeat their successful performance the Beautiful Melo drama Quot waiting for the verdict a and have named May 11th, at City opera House. They Are Good and deserve a Good House. Turn out and show the Young folks How we appreciate them. A boy aged 14 years named Bartholomew residing at Freeport the line the Cleveland Lorain a wheel a ry., was killed last thursday. He persisted in Riding up and Down the track while the cars were being shifted and while thus engaged fell Between the cars and his head was completely severed from his body. This should be a warning to some boys in this place who who Are in the habit jumping moving trains. A Compromise has been effected in Meyers will Case. Rezin Meyers the son and his Mother get 150 acres with the buildings and All the personal property and costs and about $1000 debts. The heirs by the first wife get the remainder the farm being about 200 acres. The expenses litigation were heavy and the Case would have gone to the circuit court last week had it not been settled. All parties would have been better off had a Compromise been effected at first. One the first things noticed by visitors to a town is the condition the streets and general appearance the town. Neglect in having clean streets and alleys with decayed looking buildings gives a bad name to the paint makes a big ton Democrat. If Bro. Fisher wants to see Nice clean looking streets and alleys we cordially invite him to visit our Little City. We have some old wooden structures near the Centre which Are almost annually painted adding some to their appearance yet they mar but Little the symmetry our otherwise Beautiful town. School children have got into the habit crowding into the Post office As they go to and from school to the great annoyance the postmaster and business men who want to get their mail. The postmaster says that sometimes two three children the same family will ask for the mail. Some will make it a loafing place. The postmaster informs us that the postal Laws prohibit school children from frequenting the Post office unless upon the written permit the parents and that loafing in the Post office is positively prohibited. Parents should advise their children in this matter. Merit wins. Miss Kate Laughead is in Canton. Will Hill Dennison Sun Dayed in our City. _ miss Nano Boothe spent tuesday in canal will Marks returned to his Home in Toledo saturday. Mrs. Etta Hiner Cleveland is visiting friends in our City. H. E. Shull sex marshal this City started for the a a far West a last thursday. Or. And mrs. Jones Cambridge Are the guests their son in this City this week. _ Geo. W. Cross Canton was in town business last week circulating among his Many friends. Mrs. Stewart and master Fred Canton visited friends in new Philadelphia the past week. Mrs. S. Moore returned from Harrison county last week where she had been an extended visit. Miss Bert Shaw Newcomerstown spent several Days in new Philadelphia the guest mrs. O. I nisely. Or. J. A. Spence Flushing spent the Sabbath with his parents James Spence and wife in this City. Or. W. E. Deford mayor Carrollton o., was visiting his Cousin Harvy Barnhill this City yesterday. Or. And mrs. Judge Yeagley this City went to Steubenville last thursday morning to attend the funeral mrs. Yeagley a brother. Andrew Patrick this City left last monday for Topeka Kansas for a visit with his two sons at that place. Will be absent about four weeks. Misses Mary and Maggie Johnson miss Morrow Joe. Johnson Jim. And will. Tweed Charles Minghan and will. Hill Uhrichsville were at the Quot Hub saturday last. Mrs. A. J. Smith and Little daughter Kate and miss Carrie Merriman Tippecanoe Harrison county and miss Ollie Mozena Uhrichsville were guests the times family a few Days last week. We had the pleasure meeting . John p. Brisbin Lyons Kansas formerly a Tuscarawas county boy saturday in our City. Or. B. Left Uhrichsville Over a Quarter Century ago enlisting in company k., commanded by our old Friend capt. Parrish 98th V. I., As 1st sergeant from which rank he was promoted to 2d and 1st lieutenant for meritorious conduct at the Battle Perryville. He was afterwards promoted to Captain and assigned to co. A., 1st regiment u. S. Veteran engineers which position he held until the close the War. He now holds a commission from the u. S. As civil John drifted West after the War and finally located in Lyons Rice county Kansas where he is now one the first members a Large real estate firm doing business in that City and one its most energetic citizens. We Are glad to note these facts and congratulate . B. On his Success. Tuscarawas people contemplating going to the West in that direction will do Well to consult write to . Brisbin. Our trip to . We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been Selling . Kings new discovery for consumption . Kings new life pills Bucklen a Arnica Salve and electric bitters and have never handled remedies that sell As Well that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the Purchase Price if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely their merits. F. C. Miller amp songs druggists. From canal Dover. Last week we Quot took in the town Sherrodsville in the interest the times. We were pleased to add several new subscribers to our list. We found . Albert Herbert who is a dealer in groceries provisions and produce located in a neat room with a fresh Stock and doing a Good business. We can heartily recommend him to the Public As a Square dealer and accommodating to his customers. Done to fail to Call him. We next called . S. K. Davis who makes a specially undertaking. We wish our readers May never have occasion to use the kind furniture that boars mortal Man to his last resting place but when any one does in your Vicinity you should recommend . Davis As a proper party to furnish the burial outfit. Reasonable prices and skillful work guaranteed. Or. Davis also keeps a for Sale a handsome line furniture and Wall paper which he Sells at Small margin. A door two from . Davis we find German Brothers who have an excellent meat Market where you can get fresh and cured meats at All times. They Are Clever business men and entitled to the Liberal patronage they enjoy. We called . L. S. Fall merchant tailor who informed us he had All he could possibly do in his line. We thought it a Happy state things. We finally persuaded him that he had time to read the times. We Hope the Good people Sherrodsville and Vicinity will see to it that he is always kept Busy. For a neat fitting suit Fine hat go to . Hall. We found . J. H. Morgan formerly this county keeping a flourishing restaurant and Saloon. We had the pleasure also adding to our list . A. , a very Clever gentleman connected with the mining business. Or. C. N. Capes has purchased the building where the Post office was and has moved his Stock dry goods and groceries into the same. Or. Capes is a reliable business Man and entitled to a Liberal patronage. Messes. Win. Holders and Samuel Suchias have leased the Carlisle House formerly kept by . Richardson and now ask the patronage the travelling Public. They set a Good table and furnish excellent accommodations and we know the Public will find it a Good place to Stop. We will notice others soon. If you want to buy a Good buggy cheap you should go to Jacob Gep Fertis stra3burg, Ohio. Twenty five buggies to select from. 17w4 Jacob Ripple old citizen Dover died and was buried tuesday May 7th. Geo. Shultz who has been operating the Barber shop opposite c. A p. Depot moves to Canton this week we Here he has obtained a Job in a first class shop. Etna Hook and ladder co., met May 3d and elected j. A. Rosen Berry Foreman Thos. Sharp assistant Foreman e. E. Craig Secretary f. J. Ripple treasurer and David Notter Warden for the ensuing year. Andrews Deis and Valentine Wenz we ent to Quot Genette a the Eldorado Pennsylvania where they have their treasures invested. The chances Are that they had better unload before Long if they want to make any Money. John Montag son Nicholas tag Dover is Home a visit to his father and Mother. The Young Man is located at Columbus Ohio but in what business we did not learn. J. J. Zigler the firm j. J. Zig Ler a co., we As married monday morning at 9 clock to a daughter Jos. Streb. The ceremony took place at St. Joseph Church and we As according to the rites the Catholic Church. We wish the couple Long life and happiness. Jacob Geib son Philip Geib Dover we As married wednesday May 8th, to a Young lady living in new Philadelphia. The Groom is a Young Man Good habits and an industrious Young Mechanic. Hope he May find married life congenial. A horse belonging to a livery Man in new Philadelphia and driven by a rolling Mill Man accompanied by his wife walked became frightened the Bank sugar Creek near the sugar Creek Salt Well sunday last and in some Way fell into the Creek at a place where the Bank is High and water deep and was drown Ned. The woman had gotten out the buggy when the trouble first began and the Man jumped and avoided a ducking and perhaps death. We we Ere told some time ago that the Dover Village school Board had closed a contract with the owners the Smead dry closet patents to have the system put into the new building. Our informant represented that his information came from one the Board and we then thought it unnecessary to agitate the matter further. Now report comes that it is Only the system ventilation the building that is contracted for. We again Call the attention the Board to the difficulty experienced and the danger connected with the system in the cities where there is a thorough system sewerage and Weiglin Well the consequences in a place like Dover where nothing can escape except through the flues soak away in the Sand. There will come a Day when the Earth is saturated wherever the Cess Pool is located and there will be Many Days when the flues will not operate perfectly. The consequences will be that the stench from the Pool and the gasses from the Furnace will make the building dangerous to the health the children. Grafton. From Stock Creek. Received too late for our last Issue. Ily. Davis is opening his gun shop in the Arbogast building. Anything from a pop gun to a Cannon repaired. A boy baby came to Fred. Lieser a House to stay last sunday. L. S. Beach is stationed at the Tunnel As operator for the present. It does not please him very Well. A Large portion ground caved in the West Side the Cut Over Tunnel no. 4, saturday night. The slip is to such an extent that its removal will Call for nearly the same amount work As has been done in the original Cut. This heavy fall ground and Rock has caused timbers in the Tunnel to move in from the sides and the passage is now too narrow for coaches to run through. They have put in braces High enough to Clear Coal cars which will be used to remove the dirt. Passengers and other traffic will have to he transferred either Over the Hill shoved through Coal cars. It is evident that the company we ill again have to erect a temporary track Over the Hill until the Tunnel will he possible. The ground hog has seen its the boys clean them out by the dozens and Are reaping their dimes for the trouble. A Little higher Bounty sparrows would clean them out also. Charles Rausch Ragersville has engaged himself to the Blacksmith Emporium e. Humrighouse. .1. J. Torgler and Daniel Miller will erect a Blacksmith shop Dover St. F. E. Meese has engaged himself to Moses Lewis a co., publishing firm Cleveland Ohio As Book agent. He will be stationed in Pennsylvania probably. A. V. Paulus is digging the foundation for a new dwelling which he intends erecting this summer. The handsomest lady in new Philadelphia remarked to a Friend the other Day that she knew Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs was a Superior remedy As it stopped her cough instantly when other remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this an a convince you its Merit any druggist will give you a Sample bottle free. Large size 50 cents and $1. Every lady suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness Etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive full particulars a a Etc treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . If. Ii. Armstrong 3033 Cambridge St., phila., a. Tolyl having disposed my property and am going out business w ill sell my entire Stock buggies at Cost All my own make. Cimias. Houpt new Philadelphia 9wi2 real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds George miser to Catherine m. Zurcher 44-100 acres York township $155. James w. Grove to Daniel j. Welsh lot 405, Dover $1075. John w. Thompson to Ferdinand Trustdorf lot 1, new Philadelphia $300. Jesse Landis to Ferdinand Trustdorf 15-100 acres new Philadelphia $150. Elmira Ripley to Susan r. Mccurdy lots 1 and 2, Dennison $1200. Mary c. Mccullough to Monroe d. Polen Block 6, Dover $175. Nathan m. Mccreary to John Leisy 53-100 acres Fairfield $106. John Leisy to Emma Edwy Ards 53-100 acres Fairfield $1. Sheriff Bowers to Maria Loutzenhiser 54 acres Goshen Fairfield $918. Isaac h. Kurtz to w. B. Coventry lots 11 and 12, Dover $1000. We. H. Wylie to Alfred b. Johnson lot 9, Dennison $700. Michael Schott to Philip and John kerch lot 82, Shanesville $1000. Foster w. Moore to Frances e. Guthrie lot 27, Uhrichsville $4-50. Lenry g. Goeler to Philip kerch lot 56, Shanesville $418. John w. King to Andrews h. Shoop 1 acre Goshen $1400. C. J. Nungesser to Jesse t. Beachler lot 3, new Philadelphia $700. Elizabeth Snellenberger to Frederick Gribble jr., lot 18, Ragersville $377. Christian Deis to Nicholas Weins 6 and 77-100 acres Dover $603. Charles Hasbrook to Frederick Gil Gen lot 3, Goshen $350. Jonas Rettey to we. L. Davis lot 89, part 63, Mineral City $1000. We. L. Davis to Elmer s. Slutts lot 89, Mineral $950. Frederick Wentz to Jacob Spallinger strip land Dover $1800. Jacob Spallinger to Frederick Wentz lot 316, Dover,$1800. J. W. West to we. Ii. Holbrook lot 12, Dennison $500. Stripped by fire. Wandering naked along the Roadside. Xenia May 4. Charles Jones a tramp umbrella mender built a fire along the Railroad near this City last evening and Lay Down by it to sleep. He awoke about three clock this morning and found his clothing wrapped in flames. A stiff wind was blowing and he could not put the fire out. He pulled part his apparel off but his body was horribly burned about the breast Abdomen and legs. Suffering indescribable agony he walked around the Vicinity perfectly nude until eight clock this morning when he discovered a Man in a Field who got him some clothes. In his naked condition he was afraid to go to a House. He started to town after getting the clothes and reached Here about noon after a terrible walk three Miles owing to the suffering caused by the clothes rubbing the Burns. He made known his injuries and was at once taken to the county Hospital. The condemned Buhl Knoeber. Jefferson City mo., May 7. The friends the three Bald Knob Bers who Are condemned to hang in the Ozark jail Friday have made their last Appeal to governor Francis. All the newspapers and nearly All the leading citizens the southwestern part the state have joined in asking the governor for a commutation. The two walkers father and son have not showed the least agitation at the approach death and have told their friends that they would rather be executed than spend their natural lives in prison. Ceylon a Hope. The microscopic fungus which has preyed the leaves the coffe Plant since 1869 has Well nigh ruined Ceylon diminishing its exports Coffee nine tenths. Other products have been tried As substitutes for the former great crop Cinchona having been produced to such an extent that the Market has been glutted and the Industry rendered unprofitable. In the last dozen years Tea has been cultivated and is now exported to the value $3,000,000 yearly promising to take the place Coffee and restore Prosperity to the Island. Circuit court . A car Load buggies have just arrived at Jacob Gepfert sat Strasburg Ohio. Good top buggies from $50 to $100. 17w4 for Fine printing Call at this office. Candidate announcements please announce my name As a candidate for the office sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention. A. A. Subtler Bucks twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Cyrus Roth Clay twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Joseph Morehead Mill twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention. J. W. Hopkins Mill twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention. S. B. Ryan Warren twp. Please announce the name Lenry h. Stocker As a candidate for the office sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention and oblige the democracy Salem twp. I respectfully announce myself As a candidate for the office sheriff subject to the decision Thev democratic county convention which convenes saturday May 25, 1889. Sheldon Dickinson Oxford twp. Please announce that . Joseph ii. Ebright a wounded Soldier and worthy Democrat Dover township will lie a candidate for sheriff Tuscarawas county before the next democratic county convention and oblige Many democrats and comrades. Please announce the name Peter Goeler Sugarcreek township As a candidate for sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention . Goeler has always been a faithful Democrat and has stood by the ticket. Many democrats. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office county treasurer subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Jacob Hawk Lawrence twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office county treasurer subject to the decision the democratic county convention. C. C. Forney Goshen twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office county treasurer subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Louis Zellner Goshen twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office county treasurer subject to the decision the democratic county convention. D. I. Mcgregor Warren twp. Please announce the name e. I. Renter Franklin township As a candidate for representative subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Many democrats please announce the name . I. Helling Washington township As a candidate for representative subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Many democrats. Please announce the name David 11. Troendly As a candidate for representative subject to the decision the democratic county convention and oblige Many democrats Bucks twp. Please announce the name Thomas b. Rankin As a candidate for representative subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Democracy Rush twp. Please announce the name Thomas j. Murphy As a candidate for representative subject to the decision the democratic county convention and oblige Many democrats Perry township. Please announce the name c. E. Sattler As a candidate from Sandy tp., for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic it county convention. Many democrats. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Frederick Glauser Goshen twp. If. Groff trustee is. Barnheiser reversal probate and common pleas courts. Anna Graham is. Anne Mcmillen reversed remanded to common pleas court for new trial. Lambright Fribley is. Ohio Farmers ins. Co. Appeal affirmed. Bertha Meyers is. Jennie Bailey settled. Marriage licenses granted. John e. Riley and Mary a. Murphy James Hiller and Emma l. Drumm Charles j. Moery and Rosa l. Schneiter Clark Lawson and Flossie Pursell William Graab and Mary Eckert Joseph j. Ziegler and Lavina m. Krantz David Morris and Mary Burcher William c. Johnson and Emma d. Swaney. Helen Stuart Richings. The noted lecturer and elocution St will give a series lectures spiritualism in Eagle Hall the evenings the 14th, 15th and 16th inst. Descriptions spirits clairvoyant by seen and psychometric readings will follow each lecture. The admission is Only 10 cents. Excursion to Cincinnati. The p. C. Is St. Louis Ray co., Panhandle route will sell excursion tickets to Cincinnati May 13th and 14th at rate one fair for the round trip for the Encampment sons veterans Good for return passage until May 20th, 1889. _ a curious feature the artificial Teeth Industry is variety color required for different countries. Canada for instance demands Teeth snowy whiteness South America those a yellow color and China Only Black Teeth. Please announce the name Adam Miller a Good staunch Democrat Oxford township As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention. O x r d d e mock a y. The Many democratic friends John Andres Auburn township desire that his name to announced As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held May 25th. He is an honest upright business Man and a Good Democrat. Many democrats. Please announce the name e. B. Westhafer Rush township As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the coming county convention. He has always been a staunch Democrat and we claim this end the county is entitled to the nomination. Many democrats Rush twp. A Safe investment. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results in Case failure a return Purchase Price. On this Safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring Relief in every Case when used for any affection Throat lungs Chest such As consumption inflammation lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Etc., Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly Safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. The population new Philadelphia is about 4,500, and we would say at least one half Are troubled with some affection the Throat and lungs As those complaints Are according to statistics More numerous than others. We would advise All our readers not to neglect the Opportunity to Call their druggist and get a bottle Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs. Trial size free. Large bottles 50c and $1. Sold by All

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