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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 16, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Veiby thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. Philadelphia times. The Quot times Quot advertising rates. Sfach. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y a. One Inch. $ 1 00 9 2 my $ 3 00 # 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 Hall column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 001 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 16, 1889. Number 21. Business directory. 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 in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. John w. Nixon m. D., physician and surgeon. # office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl p f. T Eric House painting paper hanging White washing and Ca Cimin ing neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at Walton amp Ackey a shoe store new Philadelphia Ohio. March 28. 18814mb p c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South c i 1 depot. 49 John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite 3ourt House North Broadway. 4iyl h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and con a Yancer. Special attention paid to collections be tutors. Administrators and guardian s cunts. Office up stairs opposite the court ouse North Broadway. 4<yl Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. 1 professional business entrusted to his care Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining count i will receive prompt and careful attention. Bee in Hummel Block second floor. Agents the instalment plan by Ifsich you can sell our popular books Uay cents. Or savings 50 cents a week will inure you Twenty times As Many sales As Cash it Ati Ohio Inan wanted May 10, m0 p. Everharty a new a livery amp feed stable . Tie very Best horses. Carriages and Sample a a agony can now be had promptly at the lowest ates. Office and stable near the r it. Depot May 2.1880. I -�?T1 Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 10g amp 10s water St., Cleveland. A a. H. Babcock ii. Hurd jr., Babcock u. A. Bishof ii urd a a agents for the Union Coffee co., limbic Vork. For the Sale their celebrated a. A Bunola brands roasted Coffee. F the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. 11. T. A lexis proprietor. The House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the ears. Good livery in connection with the House. 4>yl Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped lauds chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. I t is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller k son. 6y2 Money to loan in first mortgage farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken a three years More and for sums 81.000 d upwards. Privilege making partial payments �100 More Loans granted and Extension be Given when interest is kept up promptly i commission and no charges for recording a gages. For further particulars and info Ilion address we. H. Ross Gene a agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 42m6 Tober 11, 1888. Co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray. A magnificent daily train service a a the Montana express a will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana for maps and general information inquire your own ticket f. I. Whitney. Gene a . And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. 33 saved the value a farm. 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. In the last thirty years they have saved me enough in doctors Bills to for a Star. 6m6new Phi Ladelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday May 1�, 1889. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Urther new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in if not paid within three m0�?T8 1.50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication. To the 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 trom 4 clock to 6 clock p. Except in the precincts Goshen Mill and Dover townships where the meetings will be held from 4 clock to 7 clock p. 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 he 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 delegates Here stated Viz Auburn. 8 Bucks.10 Clay. 6 Dover.27 Fairfield. 5 Franklin. 0 Goshen precinct 16 a a 2 ii a a 3 12 a a 4 3 Jefferson. 9 Lawrence. 8 Mill Dennison.12 Uhrichsville precinct 15 it Ltd 24 a a a a 35 Oxford.10 Perry. 5 Kush. 4 Salem.11 Sandy. 9 sugarcrcek.11 Union. 1 Warren. 4 Warwick. 6 Washington. 5 Way nov. 9 York. S total.220 the chairman and secretaries the primary meetings will Sec that the names the delegates choose Are properly certified to tie convention. By order the democratic Central committee. T. Evans chairman. Wakeam. Asset Sec a. Editorial notes. The Columbus dispatch says colonel Poorman is not a candidate for governor. A Small race War is going in Gretna miss. Several have been wounded both sides. The supreme court has decided that the Scott exclusion Law is constitutional and that Congress can abrogate treaties and exclude aliens whose presence is inimical to our interests. It is claimed by democrats Rush township that their candidate for representative tried to defeat William lash at the polls and worked against him. Should he be supported ? major j. W. Warm paymaster United states army and a squad soldiers were attacked near Cedar Springs Arizona by Banditt who secured $29,000 and fled to the mountains. If Halstead had not called general Grant an ass he might have been minister to Germany to Day. Who would have thought this same mule would be Able to kick at this late . Delaware still punishes criminals at the we tipping Post. The whippings take place every three months. On the 11th inst. Twelve criminals were severely whipped. Imprisonment is also added. David Walker and William Walker his son and John Mathew members the Bald Knob Bers were hanged the 11th inst. At Ozark. To. This band was organized As regulators but finally came to grief As murderers. The Farmer who is ignorant enough to be taken in by Bunko men should be tied up and thrashed and then tarred and feathered. Two Farmers in Ohio have lately been swindled in this Way out $8000. All the White Lead manufacturers in the United states Are in the Trust except two firms in St. Louis and one in new York. It is authoritatively said that the Trust has submitted an offer to buy out these three firms. During the storm at Bradford pa., Friday mrs. W. X. Mcneill and her three Small children were killed by lightning. They had taken Refuge in the cellar but the electric fluid ran Down into the basement doing its deadly work. The business men Columbus have appointed committees to solicit Money to cover incidental expenses and make an Effort to secure the state convention for Columbus. The claims Columbus will be Laid before the state Central committee. Columbus lacks a Hall sufficient size. H is quite important that the majority the members the next legislature should be Good sound Active democrats. It is also important to the interests the people Ohio that tried and efficient men should be selected to make Laws for the people this great state. We believe it would be to the credit our party and also in the interest Good government for our people if our friends Over in the eighteenth senatorial District would renominated Alid select for another term in the Senate Hon. Ii. Mortley Coshocton. In years he is probably the oldest member the Senate. In attendance to Public duty and efficiency in discharging the same he ranks High up among the boys. He is a Strong partizan but his political Zeal being tempered by rare Good sense never leads him beyond the line gentlemanly conduct. Lie is thoroughly posted in the rules governing legislative bodies and can therefore Render his constituents much More effective service than a new Man. We earnestly Hope the democracy the eighteenth District will give us senator Morley for another Post. If George Washington were alive today he would be one the great leaders the Republican a me r icon. If George Washington were alive today he would be ashamed the policy the Republican party. He would not be in favor purchasing votes in Quot blocks five a a in shielding and fostering trusts and monopolies. George Washington and the g. O. P. Could not lie in the same bed. The party would have to be purged its sins first. Some men Are born great some achieve greatness and some Purchase greatness by a Large expenditure Tribune. Yes Ohio is cursed with a few the latter class but the Tunc eventually comes when they pass into Quot innocuous Goshen township comes to the front with a candidate for representative in the person Henry Burton. Or. Burton is a representative the Labouring classes and Well Worth the support that party and if nominated and elected will look after the interest the we Are informed that the Hon. Ii. H. Porter will be a candidate before the democratic county convention for representative. We had heard him spoken As a candidate for the Senate but learn that he will not ask the endorsement for senator. Or. A. Buchanan a name will be announced in convention As a candidate for the endorsement As senator. The Kinsley Mercury says a Man that can ride Over southwestern Kansas at the present time and see the magnificent prospects for a big crop without giving a wild whoop and Hurrah for this glorious heaven favored country is a miserable ingrate without poetry in his soul common sense in his head sympathy in his heart. He should be beat up some with a club and forced to live in Oklahoma until old split foot Calls him Home. Advices from Samoa show that the condition the wrecked steamers Trenton and Vandalia has not changed both being Complete wrecks. The guns were removed from the Trenton King mat afar a men aiding in the work. An unsuccessful attempt was made to run the nip sic to Auckland. The vessel is sound. Notices were issued by Admiral Kimberly advising the natives to put an end to the War. Tamases refuses to make overtures for peace at present. The present administration pays no More attention to civil service Reform than if it had never been heard . Postal clerks and postmasters Are being bounced As rapidly As the clerical work attending new appointments can be performed. The democracy should do likewise in the future. To the victors belong the spoils is the motto the g. O. P. If you Are out nights for a Good old time beware genial strangers who May offer you a Cigar in strange places. The latest scheme among thieves is to enter a railway Carriage occupied by a single traveler make themselves agreeable and finally offer the traveler a Cigar. The passenger smokes it goes to sleep and is relieved All his valuables. An investigation showed that the cigars used for the purpose Are prepared with chloroform Morphia. The smoker undergoes the effect the drug without detecting any unpleasant doors. The democratic county convention is drawing near. We should select Good men for the House representatives and a Man that can carry his party vote in his own township. The Ile bold libel suit against the editor the Iron Valley reporter came lip for trial last week and was in Progress one Day when . Scott took sick causing the Case to be continued. Or. Scott is subject to heart disease has to take great care himself. He can to stand excitement a nervous Strain. This is a ease that ought to be quashed and compromised. It would be better for both parties As it looks As though the alleged slanderous matter lacked the elements malice and any editor is liable under the circumstances this Case to publish matters that Are without foundation in fact. The trouble Between Patterson and . Ile bold is to be lamented. Or. Ile bold thinks that Scott had been and was trying to persecute him while . Scott disclaims it and says the article was written As a matter news Only. Or. Ile bold seems like a very Nice gentleman and is Well connected. To prosecute this matter further will Only incite ill feelings and hatred Between Good citizens. The weeks doings. Mrs. Helen Stuart Richings at Eagle Hall wednesday thursday and Friday. The Itin Erate musicians the sure harbingers Spring occupied our town in full Force last monday. Remember the times office is now equipped for getting out posters any size from a Quarter to a full Sheet. Next Friday is the Day the Park vote will be taken. How Are you going to vote now is the time to think the matter Over. Married at the presbyterian parsonage thursday last by Rev. Cook . William Judy to miss Mary e. Ben Isen both Tuscarawas county. Or. William Latto Stillwater is lying seriously ill Brights disease the kidneys. There is no Hopes his recovery. A car Load buggies have just arrived at Jacob go ferus at Strasburg Ohio. Good top buggies from $50 to woo. 17w4 mrs. E. A. Parish Uhrichsville died at the residence her son in Newark o., at 5 clock yesterday morning paralysis. She was brought to Uhrichsville yesterday. Elijah Leggett an old and respected citizen who resided near Roxford was buried last week. A Large concourse people attended the funeral. Having disposed my property and am going out business will sell my entire Stock buggies at Cost All my own make. Chas. Ii out Lew Philadelphia 9wi2 the administration has chopped the head off the Dennison p. M., . Finny. T. R. Woodburn has been appointed in his Stead. Republicans do not wait for the term office to expire. Personal mention. Mrs. Joseph Talbott Chicago is visiting in this City. Or. E. W. Dole spent last sunday with friends in Columbiana. Miss Saline Moore leaves to Day for her Home in Missouri. Kurg Wallace Salem visited with his friends in this place last sunday. Or. James Graham spent Sabbath with his sister mrs. Janies Patrick. Or. C. T. Carnahan Dennison was in our City saturday evening. Or. P. Steitz Shanesville gave our Sanctum a Call tuesday. We Are pleased to learn that . Daniel Minnich who has been ill is much better. Or. Harrick Uhrichsville is attending court this week the guest . W. Richardson. Or. Ii. S. Arnold has returned to new Philadelphia after a few weeks absence in Colorado. _ . And mrs. Chas. Keepers Uhrichsville Sun Dayed with mrs. Keepers parents in this City. Or. Peter Goeler candidate for sheriff was in town tuesday looking after his political fences. Misses Minnie Spence and Kittie Welty will visit Roscoe friends the former this week. Mrs. Rev. Simon is visiting her parents in Washingtonville o., the Rev. Is also away business. Or. William Knisely and miss Laura Kennedy left yesterday to spend a week with acquaintances in Wooster. Quite a severe wind rain and Hail storm visited this Section last Friday night and saturday morning our citizens could be seen gathering up the branches their blown Down Trees. Talk about Cheeky new Philadelphia has a Man who takes the Lead in that line. He called at the office the other Day and after stopping his paper because he Hadnot the time to read asked us if we could spare him a few exchanges a we have several Law books loaned out and would be very much obliged if the borrowers would return them. One countryman borrowed a Book from us about a year ago to Sec How to write a will and has never returned it. We have forgotten his name. The Quot detest Rick Skule a fifty years ago is progressing and will be present Ted to the Public first next week. Done to fair to see it As it will carry you Back to the Quot Lang syne Days which Many you have heard about from grandpa and grandma. Those our towns people who rely the City water for their Supply have had to borrow their neighbors pumps for several Days past account the offensive odor attached to the water from the Reservoir. The water company Are now remedying the defect. Or. Isaac Warford who has been a citizen our town for the past year engaged in the butchering business has sold out to a . Walker Dover who has already taken Possession the shop. Or. Warford left yesterday for Newcomerstown his former Home. Ill health was the cause his quitting the business. The Young menus Christian association this City will hold a Lawn fete May 30th, the proceeds which will be used to establish a Library and Reading room for the Young men the City. The association is working hard for their cause and deserve the patronage the Well thinking people our Vicinity. Prof. Mosso Turin finds that the blood eels is poisonous when injected into the veins dogs and other animals and that an eel weighing five pounds contains Poison enough to kill ten men. The blood the eel is inert however when taken into the stomach and the poisonous properties Are destroyed by heat. The Many friends our popular photographer . X. Strickmaker and his estimable wife gave them a genuine Surprise last saturday evening. They came from All parts town and from canal Dover and All brought baskets refreshments. It was an enjoyable affair and lasted until the approach sunday put a Stop to the festivities. Colonel Boone has commenced work the Pittsburg Cadiz amp Ohio Railroad. This Road is known As the Quot old Calico Road a which is graded to a Point Between Antrim and Freeport. Colonel Boone says he will connect the b. Amp And c. L. Amp w. Road by Christmas. He is a Railroad Boomer. This Road when completed to Cadiz will greatly Benefit Harrison county. The Pennsylvania Railroad has promulgated the following order a fall Bosses must be present when their employees Are paid to identify them. Bills against an employee for Board washing groceries will not be accepted paid except written order the superintendent. To liquor will be sold under any circumstances. Any employee who neglects to his Board clothing washing and living expenses will be discharged. To employee will be permitted to ride Over the Road with without a pass to procure his without proper permission. Suspension will follow a violation the latter order. The company will give no heed to Bills against its employees for paragraph. Mrs. Helen Stewart Ritchings the spiritualist was quite sick yesterday. She is the guest mrs. C. Mathews. Mrs. Webb while out taking a pleasure ride was thrown from her horse but fortunately sustained no injuries. Lion. We. Johnson Uhrichsville has concluded to cast his lot in the Hoosier state and moved there last week. _ . James Kaldenbaugh has returned Home from his Western trip. It is said lie has his Eye Denver As a future Home and business Point. From canal Dover. A. R. Holmes new Philadelphia was in Cadiz Over sunday in attendance at the funeral his brother in Law capt. A. Sentinel. Hamilton Skinner traveler for the Standard paint co. Of Cleveland throw Michigan and Wisconsin is Home a weeks vacation. Messes. B. F. Varner j. C. Varner and John c. Irons Tracy Ohio gave us a Call tuesday and left us some Good hard Cash subscription. Many thanks. Mrs. Rev. Mcnulty and three children left for Oberlin Ohio last Friday a visit to her sister. The reverend goes to Atlantic City to prepare their cottage for occupancy. He will be joined there by his family and will remain for the summer. Evolution ears. At a recent meeting the Western Microscopical club London prof. Stewart remarked that while we expect to find the ears upon the head in the larger animals we look in vain for the same arrangement in lower invertebrate creatures. Many these like the Scallop have no head others like crabs and lobsters have their ears placed their horn3 antennae others like the Green Grasshopper have the ear the foreleg others like the fresh water shrimp have it the Tail. In fact it would seem that in these lower forms life whose origin was Long Anterior to the evolution Man nature was feeling her Way and making experiments As to the future position the sense organs. The verdict unanimous. W b suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies Quot i can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six bottles and was cured rheumatism ten years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Ohio affirms Quot the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 20 years experience is electric thousands others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases the liver kidneys blood. Only half Dollar a bottle at Jiller amp songs drug store. A simple motor. A new method utilizing the Power running streams has been devised by m. Tan a russian Engineer. His apparatus consists an endless Cable carrying a series Canvas Cones which open and shut like an umbrella. The Cable passes Over a double drum Board a Pontoon and at the other end Over a Pulley suspended from a buoy. On the lower part the rope the Cones Are opened and forced Forward by the current water thus setting in motion a Shaft drum. Every lady suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive full particulars a Neva treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . If. H. Armstrong 3033 Cambridge St., . _ 51yl f Send m your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and at reasonable prices. George Crater has been sick for a week More with Erysipelas in the face. At one time it was thought he could not possibly recover. He is some better at present and Hopes Are entertained his final recovery. Or. B. B. Brashear was Here in consultation with local physicians in the Case sickness Phil. H. Miller who was at one time thought to be his deathbed. He is reported slightly improved and we Hope it May be permanent. Mrs. Jac. Walter is seriously ill with a combination complaints which May prove fatal. John kerch and George Walter Are both slowly recovering from the injuries sustained some time since. Walter carries one hand done up in bandages and kerch is not Able to be out yet. Earnst Marquart a sober industrious Young Man who for Many years worked in the furniture factory has purchased the undertaking outfit formerly belonging to Peter Renner and is ready to do All kinds work in that line at the old stand. The work moving the front part the Brick building in the Grove is in Progress to make room for the new school House which is to be built the site this summer. The contractors expect to finish their Job in about six weeks if no ill Luck befalls them. The Competition Between runner a Johnson and e. Hoffman the bankrupt store is Sharp and Lively these Days. They Are trying to out do one another in cutting prices and in the bargains they offer. Now is the time to buy if you want a Large lot goods for a Little Money. The Woods is full candidates for sheriff. Shetler Goeler and Morehead were among our people this last Ivecek. Our own Man Ebright is hustling All along the line in a manner worthy the cause and will Quot git thar it it is in the books. The Wilt not Ball club came Down last saturday afternoon and done our boys up to the tune 13 to 2, adding another to the Long list Wilmot a victories. Our boys Are trying to find out who struck Paddy Ryan and where Paddy dropped when he fell. W. F. Henderson who was formerly in business Here paid our town a visit last week. He was Here As a witness in the Herbold Scott damage suit. Henderson is one the upper tens but he can Dodge Little obligations just like any Ordinary Man a match race has been arranged Between same a Toomey a Black stallion Harry Carlos and Joe Karns Natty Little horse Joe Pond. Race to come off june 29th, 1889, Between the hours 12 clock m. And 4 clock p. In. Of that Day the fair ground track for a purse $200. George Philippi is operating the Barber shop opposite the c. Amp p. Depot where George Sheetz was lately wont to mow whiskers and clip hair. Philippi is a very Good Workman and deserves a fair share the work in his line. The Wilmot baseball lists allowed their Rowdy ish propensities to get the better them their Way Home saturday last. After they had gotten outside the corporate limits they commenced Yelling like Digger indians and driving like mad. In their course they caught up with a sister John Weber who lives with her brother a farm to the right Wooster Road several Miles out town. The woman was accompanied by her Little Niece the daughter John Weber and was Riding in a top buggy drawn by a Blind horse. When the three teams with the Wilmot crowd and Likely a Liberal allowance Bernhard a Best Board came up behind the horse attached to the buggy started to run. One team turned out and attempted to pass the buggy the others were coming up behind and with the Yelling and noise the horse driven by the lady soon became unmanageable. The buggy was upset and wrecked the woman and child thrown out and quite seriously injured by falling and being dragged along the ground. The plucky woman held to the lines and was dragged quite a distance and when picked up was unconscious. One team the Wilmot outlaws was not even stopped the others did have sense enough to Stop and assist the woman and child. Grafton. From Newcomerstown. Real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds Charles Robinson is very Low with fever but Hope for his speedy recovery. We had a Nice Shower rain Here last Friday night which was needed very much. Miss Hattie Sultzer Columbus is Home a visit to her parents and Many friends. Born to . And mrs. Less Galigher a daughter one Day last week. Frank Wilgus has received his appointment As postal clerk the p. Amp c. Route and was ordered to report for duty the 12th inst. Mrs. E. Pocock and mrs. Nettie Gardner were visiting Frazeysburg Over sunday. Now . Editor i would like to say a few words about our candidates from this township before the county convention the 25th inst the first is g. B. Smith for representative a Man More than Ordinary ability. He has served in the same capacity before and gave Good satisfaction to the democracy Tuscarawas county. Capt. A. Miller for commissioner a Man that would make a Good officer. He has had experience in Public works and is a fair minded Man. Shell Dickinson for Sherieff who is competent to fill the office in every respect and is worthy the office. He comes from a Republican family but has always been a Democrat. He has held township offices and has filled them with credit and any Delegate in the convention need not be ashamed to vote for Quot i understand there is some parties Here who Are doing some dirty work against him in fact is trying to Trade him off but it wont work it will be with the same party this time As it was once before he had sold the goods but could not deliver them. Let everything be fair and honest. Our old democratic Friend Joe More head spent a few hours in town sunday. Joe is a candidate for sheriff and is looking after his fences. O. I. A. W. Tuscarawas county sunday school convention. The 28th annual convention the Tuscarawas county sunday school Union will begin at Shanesville monday evening May 27th, and continue in session until wednesday evening. The program contains a variety Good subjects and speakers and All interested in the sunday school cause in our county should make an Effort to attend. Or. Samuel Findley Akron editor the Ohio educational monthly will be present and assist in the work the convention. Or. Findlay is Well known in Tuscarawas county As one the leading educators in the state and he is just As Earnest and efficient in the sunday school cause As he is in educational matters. It is hoped All sunday schools will appoint delegates and that there will be a rousing attendance. The people Shanesville will cheerfully and hospitably entertain All who attend. W. A. Pottenger county Secretary. Hugh Russel is exp to to Sanford w. Vanvoorhis 112 acres Sandy twp.,$5500. Alfred Davis to Joshua Davis it Al a acre Mineral City $300. Obed sours to Kate s. Sawyer acre Mineral City $650. Charles h. Sawyer to Addison White j acre Mineral City $750. Louisa Miller to Clark Mccollough 26 18-100 acres lots 31, 32, Washington $1500. Drusilla Dotts to Adam Lonzer sr., 24$ acres Jefferson $100. Jacob Cox to James Hunt j acre Mill township $4000. Franklin Fisher to Daniel Rowe 5 17-100 acres sugar Creek $450. John Burri to Leroy Springer part lot 91, new Philadelphia $800. Charles a. Kennedy to Anna g. Burri lot 92, new Philadelphia $1600. Welsey m. Tracy to John Simetz 1-6 acre Sandy township $550. Jonas Warner to Minnie Ilo gland 1 acre Warwick $1000. Philip Pingstock to j. P. Kuhn lot 19, Strausburg $800. Daniel Kennedy to the Church Christ part lot 155, Uhrichsville $1. Marriage lie Enxel granted. William Mcadoo and Charlotte Leffingwell Louis Zimmerman and Antoinette a. Rouf Thomas b. Hammond and Evelyn Kilpatrick George m. Horton and Elmira Hensel Vincenzo i Nicola and Mary f. Lish Orlando Springer and Ida v. Rennels. Rook Linding. Magazines music periodicals Law and medical books ruling and Blank books made to order at the lowest possible rates. Missing numbers supplied. Hoppinger amp co., Cor. Seneca and Long St., Cleveland february 21. 9m3 the samoan conference. Natives will elect their makes no claim for indemnity. London May 13. The times says the samoan conference has come to an agreement in regard to the land commission question and its Side issues also to the restrictions the Sale firearms and spirits to the natives. The election a King will be left to the samoans. It is doubtful if Germany will yield As easily the tripartite principle government As in the Council England shows no leaning playing the part an honest broker. The Berlin correspondent the daily revs says that the samoan conference has agreed that a Neutral zone shall be created at Apia and that equal rights shall be granted to All the Powers with regard to customs. The correspondent also says that Germany has As yet made no claim for indemnity for the killing germans by natives in Samoa. The next sitting the conference will be wednesday. After the Sioux reservation. Pierre dak., May 11. For some time hundreds settlers have been lying in wait along the Sioux reservation for the appointment the Sioux commission and recently when the news was received Many them went the Reserve and staked out their prospective claims. The matter was called to the attention the Interior department and now a dispatch from Washington announces that settlers will not be molested by the government if they go the reservation peaceably pick out the land and make no disturbance As it is Only a question time when the lands will be ceded and thrown open. Money tie cure All. Youngstown May 12. Miss Annie Patterson a handsome Brunette Twenty recently employed counsel and had a petition prepared charging Edwin Webb a wealthy real estate agent with breach Promise and demanding $10,000. Miss Patterson also gave her counsel several Quot baby Bunting letters received from Webb to be introduced in court. Last night a settlement was effected miss Patterson accepting $500 and turning Over the letters to Webb. Forced to leave Home. Court common pleas. Over 60 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call for a free trial package lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Call any druggist to Day for a free Sample this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Everyone likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. Til nov. A race Between bees and pigeons lately took place in Westphalia. The bees were marked by rolling in flour and the first reached Home Over the distance 3j Miles 25 seconds before the first Pigeon three other bees arriving before the second Pigeon. Proceedings. Cases consolidated. Jacob Shaffer . V Jacob Shaffer . Jacob Shaffer . V Jacob Shaffer . Cases continued. Charles e. Herbold v we. W. Scott. Tuscarawas Coal amp Iron co. V Eban Vankirk. John Eckert v Geo. Beamer. Defendant to plead. Mary a. King v Sarah j. Kurtz. S. W. Mercer v Geo. W. Miskimin. Ohio v we. F. Kohl. Lydia Whitmire v Alfred c. Demuth. Henry Lankamp v Rudolph Maurer. V. Ream adm a v new Philadelphia Iron amp steel co. Judgment for plaintiffs. John Wolf it Al v Louisa Schneider it Al. Cases settled. Salem Gray v William Dinning. Mandates from circuit. Annie Mcmillen v Anna Graham. F. H. Goff trustee v David Barnhisel and r. F. Clark extra. Infirmary directors v Mary Ledley. Decree8 for plaintiffs. Olive Kline v David Kline. Ola Flad v George Flad. Barbara Kline v Samuel c. Kline. Vincenzi Denichols v Pasqua Miralda Denichols. Decree for cr08s-partiti0ner. F. H. Goff trustee v r. F. Clark extra and Barnheiser. Tried to jury no verdict. W. S. Nelson v Benj. Cable. C. E. Herbald v w. W. Scott. Confirmations. William e. Case v William Shaw. Second assignment. Tuesday May 21. No. 9�?j. B. Kelley amp co. V Jacob Ile Lmke. Wednesday May 22. No. 71�?rebecca read extra v Hiram Carnahan. No. 89�?William Gamble v John my Hattie. Thursday May 23. To. 49�?John d. Otis v Susan Swihart. 117�?elisha Babcock v Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad. Friday May 24. No. 230�?Ohio complaint Amanda Barkheimer v we. Burnell three rears to one Man. The Yery Lively experience a Hunter who was after Coons. Charles Reilley a Veteran Hunter living the Border Sussex county x. J., recently had a desperate encounter with three bears in which he came off Victor and now has Over eight Hundred pounds Bear meat. Reilley heard his dogs Barking in what is known As Townsend swamp tuesday night and in the morning thinking they had treed a Coon he started out armed Only with an a. He came however upon a Large Black Bear with two cubs at her Side watching the dogs. Reilley at once attempted to Retreat but the old Bear gave Chase. He slipped behind a tree when she made a Rush but missed him. The Bear then Rose her Hind legs and attempted to hug the Hunter but a Well directed blow with the a Cut a vein in her neck and stopped her for a moment. She returned to the charge but another blow disabled her. The two cubs then came to the mothers Rescue and attacked Reilley in the rear. They soon bore him to the ground and were fast overpowering him when the dogs joined in the two hears turning to attack their new enemies. Reilley recovering the a gave the two cubs their quietus. He was covered with blood and scratches while two his dogs were killed. Later neighbors helped carry the bears to the House. The old Bear tipped the beam at 412 pounds while the two Young ones weighed Over 200 pounds each. Shame and death wrought by an infatuated girl. Winchester ky., May 11. A terrible Accident occurred in Breathitt county yesterday. J Edge red Strong has a Beautiful sixteen year old granddaughter Lydia Strong who became enamoured a Burly coloured Man named Milton Richmond andean elopement was planned. Judge Strong and a few friends pursued the fugitives and overtook them. A demand for surrender was answered by a shot from the Many a pistol which pierced judge Strong a hand. In another instant the coloured villian was dead pierced by fourteen bullets. After giving the girl a severe whipping she was taken Back Home. When her father Pearl Strong heard it he Drew his pistol and fired at her. A Friend struck his hand and the Bullet Cut off a lock her hair. Crazed with the thought the shame that thus came upon his family he placed the pistol against his own head and fired. His aim was not True however and the Bullet slowed its Way under the Scalp without penetrating the brain. He was disarmed and has since been closely watched to prevent his committing suicide. The family is one the most prominent in that Section the state. A priests rime. Held without rail for raping i Church organist. Raleigh n. A May 12. At Midnight last night father John j. Boyle priest in charge the roman Catholic Church the sacred heart in this City was taken to the station House charged with a capital crime. The warrant which he was arrested charges him with committing rape upon Geneva Whitaker the organist his Church a delicate girl 15 years age daughter sex mayor Wesley Whitaker magistrate and prominent Catholic Raleigh. Father Boyle it is asserted by the girl enticed her into his room by telling her that her Morgan music was there and then committed the terrible crime. The girl was in a deplorable condition last night and to Day. Her physician says her assailant succeeded in his infamous attempt. Candidate announcements please announce my name As a candidate for the office sheriff subject to the decision the democratic county convention. A. A. Shetler 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. 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 Henry ii. 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 the 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 be 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. Or. 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 ii awk 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. P. Mcgregor Warren twp. Please announce my name As a candidate for representative subject b the decision the democratic count convention. Henry Burton Goshen township please announce the name e. U. Ben 1�?~er Franklin township As a candidate for representative subject to the decision the democratic county it invention. Many democrats. Please announce the name . I. Helling Washington township As a candidate for representative subject 9 it the decision the democratic county convention. Many democrats. Please announce the name Davit ii. Troendly As a candidate for representative subject to the decision tax democratic county convention am oblige Many democrats Bucks twp. Please announce the name Thom As b. Rankin As a candidate for rep tentative subject to the decision tin democratic county convention. Democracy Kush twi please announce the name Thoma j. Murphy As a candidate for representative subject to the decision tin democratic county convention Ami oblige Many democrats Perry township. Please announce the name c. K Sattler As a candidate from Sandy to. For the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Many democrats. Please announce my name As a candidate for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county c mention. Frederick Glauser Goshen twp. 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. Oxford democracy. The Many democratic friends John Andres Auburn township desire that his name be 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 Asj. Candidate for county commission a 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. In late French experiments a pressure several Hundred tons to the Square Inch reduced discs Cork to one fifth their original thickness but the original bulk was regained in ten minutes after the removal the pressure. A woman discovery. Quot another wonderful discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this county. Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She bought us a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption and was so much relieved taking first dose that she slept All night and with one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name is mrs. Luther thus write w. C. Hamrick amp co., Shelby x. a free trial bottle at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. T

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