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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 22, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times pc3lishbd Evert thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing it every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the �?otimes1�?T advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. Lye a. $ 100 5 2 00 $ 3 00 $ it 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 is 00 a 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 7ft 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 22, 1890. Number 21. Hew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday May 22, 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 #5111 Philadelphia times 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 m0�?T3 1.50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. #5address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Democratic county convention the Dover Road. The weeks doings. The weeks doings. The democratic county convention Tuscarawas county Ohio will he held in the opera House at new Philadelphia Ohio saturday. June 7th, 1890, for the purpose placing in nomination candidates for tie following named offices one judge the probate court. One clerk court common plea3. One county reorder. One prosecuting attorney. One county commissioner. One county Surveyor. One infirmary director. One Coroner. Also for the purpose selecting delegates to the state congressional and judicial conventions. The following is a list the number delegates to which each township and voting precinct is entitled to be represented by in said convention townships. Delegates. Auburn. 7 Bucks. A Dover. 26 Fairfield. 5 Franklin. 0 cos Hen a precinct no. 15 no. 211 a a no. 311 a a no. 43 Jefferson. 9 Lawrence. 8 Mill precinct no. 14 a a a a no. 24 no. 35 a a Dennison precinct. 12 Oxford. 10 Perry. 5 Rush. 4 Salem. 10 Sandy. S sugar Creek. 11 Union. 1 Warren. 4 Warwick. 6 Washington. 5 Wayne. S York. 8 total.201 by order the democratic executive com. Jacob a. Horn chairman. H. Kschier Secretary. Major George w. Steele has received the appointment As governor Oklahoma territory. Or Steele is a resident Marion ind. Harrison remembers his own state. The Hartford mine near Ashley pa., caved in last week covering a space ten acres in bombing 27 miners. Heroic Ell oits were made to get them out alive but to no Avail. The state Board Pardon has recommended a commutation the death sentence Foje Icharles Blythe the negro who murdered col. Jones Cincinnat to. The ground was that there was provocation. A a there is a very Large amount tall kicking by Farmers and others Over the obstruction the Highway Between new Philadelphia and canal Dover by the electric railway and already a move is foot in Dover to have a new Bridge across the River at Dover and a new Highway opened Between the two towns. It would be a Brilliant specimen Fina Ciering to permit a private corporation to destroy a Bridge and Highway without any Cost to them and then compel the county to go to an expense $25,000 $30,000 to remedy the Blunder. We fancy the taxpayers will do some very Strong kicking before that is done. The electric railway May not be As great a Bugaboo to horses As some people imagine. Wait Wach and . Why try to Point out a a Bugaboo a before it is in sight no one need to be scared. The county is not going to be compelled to expend $25,000 $30,000 to remedy this fancied Blunder. Some people can see blunders so easy in improvements to a town Community. Tiow would towns become cities if this kind argument was used and listened to. Did the Farmers around Columbus Cincinnati Cleveland Dayton Zanesville Canton and various other towns get angry and kick and take to the Woods because these cities and towns were granted franchises Over streets and Bridges. Were the authorities these places charged with blunders bless your soul no the Farmers rejoiced that Good markets were offered them by thriving towns growing up. They raised the value their lands As the City limits approached them and did not get mad and leave the country because l Street cars approached them. If their horses frightened a Little they trained them to the change. In cities you can behold almost out solid Phalanx horses buggies carriages drays and Street cars All moving along in one vast throng and no scared horses either. If new Philadelphia and canal Dover grow in population the Farmers the Community will be benefited by a better Market. If any Farmer wants to live like a Hermet let him strike out for some country not yet populated. Our streets Are often obstructed by improvements in building but these Are things that cannot be helped. He that cannot endure a Little inconvenience while his neighbor is building and to some extent obstructing the Public easement is not a Good citizen and if those who travel the Dover Road cannot endure a Little inconvenience while the company is building the Street railway they had better stay at Home take some other Road. The company is pushing the work rapidly and will soon be through. The Dover Road is now far better than the country roads Are. The commissioners will receive Praise instead curses after this is All Over. The electric Light was criticised and cursed by some at first but where is there a citizen that would have the Plant removed now so the world moves. There is one thing certain a the columns the times shall not be the medium through which the croakers shall pipe Forth their uncalled for grumblings. The above article from the advocate reminds us a sugar coated Pill. The last two three lines is to pacify the patient while he is taking the dose but the remainder the article contains the Medicine that was intended to give the Farmer the griping pains. The times Only one Dollar a year. The Little daughter Jacob Hertzig died thursday measles and was buried Sabbath afternoon. Married a the 15th, inst., by Rev. Ross at his residence in this City we. O. Abbuhl and Bertha Bovard. The Standard Oil Trust is believed to have obtained control the Chicago Gas Trust which has a practical monopoly Gas lighting in Chicago. What is there in this world that this octopus will not reach for. We Are showing the Best line flannel and striped fancy shirts Ever Bro to to this City in All grades and prices.17-5 Charles Congleton Mineral Point Nephew Henry Congleton this City was killed by the cars last thursday evening. Or. Michael Schott Shanesville was Down to visit his son Albert and wife and see his new grand daughter sunday. On memorial Day May 30th, 1800, the new Philadelphia Post office will be open from 7 to 8 30 a. M., and from 5 to g p. There will be preaching at the methodist episcopal Church next sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 30 p. Evening subject a a tribute to the memory our fallen do you want a Spring suit made to order if so w. C. Sutton amp co. Have an elegant Stock piece goods to select from and will make you just what you want As to style and fit. Call and be convinced. 17w-5 the Garfield Monument dedication at Cleveland 011 decoration Day will be attended by president Harrison and his Cabinet besides other prominent men. Reduced rate3 via the Pennsylvania lines. See notice in this paper. 21 w2 quite a Lively Little fight occurred in front the Post office last thursday evening Between Christ. Ackerman and Charlie Fisher from the fact that Charlie thought Christ. A a talked too the mayor thought they had had some fun for which he would charge them $1 each and costs. Messes. Swihart a Goudy have arrived from Illinois with another car Load All purpose and driving horses which they will other for Sale at reasonable prices at the livery stable George w. Goudy. You will save much valuable time and Money by buying them if you Are in need a horse. A splendid dwelling property for Sale a lot 66x264 feet. Good dwelling eight rooms two Halls slate and tin roof Good cellar Good out Kitchen barn buggy shed Corn crib etc., and a splendid variety fruit. Everything for a pleasant Home and one the Best streets in the town. Call s. Moore real a state agent new Philadelphia. 9tf candidates for commissioner. Quite an London. Henry m. Stanley received ova tation and reception in a Victory Over the heathens Africa is As great an achievement in the eyes the English people As any Ever won Over a civilized nation. The notorious Frank Tolliver West va., and brother the Kentucky Tolliver a the outlaw gang was killed by Frank Zelller the 16th inst., with a Brick. The sooner these outlaws kill each other off the better. Dave Stratton the Mccoy gang was run Over by a train thursday last and killed. Thus ended the life another notorious villian. The Farmers Alliance Huntington county pa., with a membership nearly 400, has issued a Call for a mass meeting the Farmers the county a a for the purpose demanding the political parties the nomination such men As will Best represent the interests the Farmer in our legislature and in supporting the various Bills that Are to the interest the Farmer and Labouring Hon. John g. Carlisle Kentucky has been elected to the seat in the u. S. Senate made vacant by the death senator Beck. Or. Carlisle is at present a member Congress and the Leader the democratic Side lie receives the position account his ability As a statesman and also As an endorsement his Able and Well defined ideas 011 Tariff Reform. His Power will be Felt in the Senate and missed in the House. An election will be held to till the vacancy m the House. Such men As Carlisle should be kept at the head the legislative part the government. Those croakers for Protection will have a Chance to taste the sweets it if Mckinley a Tariff Bill passes and the Good housewife should Call for a Woolen c in t. Carpets will Advance rapidly and the Good people All Over the country will contribute liberally and not to the Benefit the Wool growers in the United states either for cur Domestic wools Are not carpet wools. Mckinley a Bill provides for a higher duty carpet wools which Are principally imported. The poor Farmer is made to believe that it will increase the Price is Wool. A vain delusion it is. The Farmer should note carefully How Tbs increased expense he is put to carpets and Woolen goods he uses and be if he has profited any. We announce the name this week Henry Hahn Bucks township As a candidate for county commissioner. We would say Hahn that he is an intelligent and prosperous Farmer a Good Mechanic and thoroughly qualified to fill the office. He has been before the democracy this Punty asking the nomination for commissioner three times prior to this and he thinks that old democratic Bucks township is entitled to recognition. Or. Hahn is a True Blue Democrat and has Laboured Long and faithfully for the party. If nominated lie will not be found wanting 111 votes. Charles Sattler Sandy township has again announced his name As a candidate for county commissioner. He was a candidate a year ago and came very near being nominated. In fact his candidacy was so prominent then that he needs no futher encomium now. He claims that Sandy township has been left out in the cold fora Long time and naturally thinks that her turn has come this year. He is a Man undoubted ability and fit Ness for the office. The interests the county will be taken care if he is nominated. Frederick Glouser our Goshen township candidate for commissioner we Are pleased to say is preeminently fitted Lor that office. He is one the a Best Stone masons and builders 111 the county is a thorough scholar and business Man generally. He Speakes both English and German language. We announce his name this week and commend him to the democracy Tuscarawas county for judgement upon his claim and Merit and know that no mistake will be made should they nominate him. Or. Adam Miller Oxford township is one the candidates for commissioner and a Man worthy the support the democratic party. He has had considerable experience Public works and has a thorough knowledge that class business which devolves upon commissioners. He was a prominent candidate a year ago and is a first class Man in every respect. If nominated he will poll the full vote the party we have had six months wet weather. The like is unknown to this part the country. The Farmers succeeded in sowing about one fourth the oat crop and the season is now past. It is now the 22d May and no Corn planted and not one fourth the ground slowed. The season for Corn will soon pass by unless a late fall would save the Corn. In consequence Corn has gone up in Price to county convention june 7th. A Little lady has come to Board . And mrs. Will Kennedy. With we Are pleased to see miss Stella Gray who has been quite ill is Able to be about again. Local option carried again at Newcomerstown by 8 majority. So the town will remain dry. It is claimed that the Louisiana lottery people have offered a million dollars a year for a charter. A . Hill Uhrichsville has started a livery in opposition to the Watkins amp co. Bus line at Bike run. It is estimated that there Are 1,300 deserted farms in new England that could be made paying property. The largest and cheapest line window shades in the county at Wells drug store new Philadelphia. 19w4 . R. Smytheman a former citizen new Philadelphia and who has been in Montana and other Western states for the past 20 years returned to his native place a few Days ago. He was at one time in partnership with we. Campbell and c. B. Harvey in Boot and shoe business. We Are sorry to say . Smytheman is suffering from an abscess which has broken him Down in health somewhat. We Hope he May soon be restored to health. On thursday May 29th, the Cleveland and Marietta ry., will run one their popular Low rate excursions to Cleveland. Tickets will be Good returning All regular trains up to and including june 2nd. Five Days in Cleveland and a Chance to attend the Dedi cation the Garfield Monument and take a trip the Lake. Rates from canal Dover will be $2.50cts. For further information apply to any agent the c. A m. By. 21w2 the school Board let the contract for the six room school building for the West end town Friday night last to j. Ii. Nolan Canton for 812,282, except slating and tin work which was awarded to l. Zellnor amp sons this City for $865, making total Cost building $13147, the contract for the building at East end town is not yet awarded. The building that has been contracted for will be begun immediate in. It will be a Fine Structure and a credit to the town. All the latest novelties in flannel and White shirts neck ties kid gloves half Hose etc., at w. C. Sutton amp cons. 17w5 All the latest styles in hats Caps and clothing at w. C. Sutton a cons and will he sold at Bottom prices. 17wo water Street is now known As St. Clair Street. We wonder what stigma was Enst upon that Street by its former name. There will be preaching next Sabbath morning and evening at the Baptist Church by the pastor Rev. Burke. All arc cordially invited. Or. W. C. Brown has brought suit against we. Sharp for slander in the sum $12,000. The slanderous matter grew out a transaction 111 Bank. The town Dennison is going with their Street paving. The ordinance is now being published. Some towns can do what they talk about. The most Complete line Wall paper in Eastern Ohio at the lowest prices at Wells drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. 19w4 if you intend buying a Spring suit done to fail to Call w. C. Sutton a co. They keep the Best assorted Stock to select from and guarantee prices. 17w5 . John Williams will deliver an address to the y. C. A. Members at their newly furnished rooms in the Kaderly Block next Sabbath at 4 p. Every body is cordially invited. For Good building lots Well located in the City Wichita is. Would Trade for town property in new Philadelphia canal Dover for land m Tuscarawas county. A bargain for any one wanting to go West. For particulars inquire Samuel Moore agent. Of the dedication the Garfield Monument will take place at Cleveland May 30. The president and his Cabinet and the Marine band Washington . Will be there. To accommodate All who desire to attend the dedication the c. A m. Ry., will sell extremely Low rate excursion tickets to Cleveland May 29th and 30th. Personal mention. Mrs. Louis Savidge left Friday for Denver. _ miss Jennie Drake Dover was in our City Friday. Or. John m. Ready with Ais parents. Spent Sabbath . All. Last week. Joss visited Uhruch stillians Rolla a. Murphy was Friday business. At the a Hub a mrs. C. Browne has her visit at Deleware. Returned from miss Cora Stoody is Home from her school in Mineral Point. Al. Domer and sister Shanesville Are visiting in this City. Mrs. Annie Gooding Lima is visiting relatives in this City. Miss Ella Burry is visiting . And mrs. De. Arnold Massilon. Or. And mrs. Max Lappin Kansas City arrived in this City tuesday. Or. Jesse Elliott Dover spent Sabbath with his parents in this City. Stell Kysely returned last week from his visit to Niles and other Points. Miss Maine Gotze Burgh Zanesville is the guest miss Flo Gintz. Mrs. James Spence left monday for a visit with friends in Knox county. Miss Richards who has been visiting her sister mrs. Strong has gone to Niles. Mrs. Or. Smith Newark o., is visiting her Mother mrs. Singhause. Mrs. J. B. Savage has gone to Saguache Nebraska to spend the summer. George Johnson Uhrichsville a enterprising banker was at the a a Hub last week. Mrs. John Tipton Richmond ind., is visiting her parents . And mrs. J. Spence. _ . And mrs. Bion Trout Orrville Are the guests . And mrs. Peter Fairney. _ . Charles keepers and wife Uhrichsville visited her folks in this City 011 sunday. _ messes. Ferd James and George Bip pus made a business trip to Uhrichsville last week. The burial . Zahner. Misses Jennie Buchanan Boothe left tuesday for a friends in Canton. And Nano visit wit i William Rennie Innerleithen Scotland is visiting his grand father we. Rennie this City. Miss Gurtie Mcmurray Trenton is visiting at the residence Charles Bartles and family. Miss Fannie Gross a teacher in our Public schools has been visiting friends in Dennison the past week. Or. W. Kurtz our genial electric Light Man went to Wheeling tuesday to be gone a Short time. Look Here. It there Purchase a is any one who wishes to desirable residence property in new Philadelphia they should Call the editor the times at once and Purchase the Best property for the Money in the town the property consists a two Story Frame dwelling eight rooms and Hall Bay window veranda and excellent cellar. House nearly new and in perfect condition and Cost $2,000. Lot 00 feet front and 264 feet Long. Good Cistern Good barn fruit various kinds and in a Good neighbourhood and a Good Street. Also the lot adjoining 53x264 feet. I pm sell All this property if sold soon for $1,800, and reasonable terms. This is the least that will buy it. Call soon. Of a subscriber to the National Stockman and Farmer from Stark county this state says in Stockman april 14 in editorial department i find an article urging Farmers to organize by some name so that some Good will be accomplished. In this Vicinity we feel that we Are driven to he Wall by Money Kings monopolies corporations trusts etc., and against whom we must defend ourselves. The Farmers Alliance is at work Here and the eyes the people arc opening. A Lively interest is taken and h. F. Ilion Kansas is lecturing and organizing and is bringing to Light hidden things regarding the causes depressed prices products. The Farmers Alliance will in the near future surround the fifty cents by the Load and sixty cents county seat Canto nand we Trust the at retail. Wheat is now 90 cents. If we had some Kansas 15 cent Corn new it would come Handy. Work will go 011 till the officers salaries will be Cut in two in the Middle. A subscriber. Wood pulp is now being used As the basis a plastic compound to serve As a substitute for Lime mortar in covering and finishing Walls. It is designed to possesses in addition to All the desirable qualities Ordinary mortar the characteristics being harder and when applied to Woodwork in a thin coat rendering it both fire and Waterproof. The 29th annual convention the Tuscarawas county sunday school Union will be held at Newtoni Erston tuesday wednesday and thursday june 17th, 18th and 19th. The program will be ready for distribution next week. The indications Are encouraging for a Large and interesting meeting the sunday school workers our county and All who can should arrange to be present. The people Newtoni Erston will gladly and hospitably entertain All who attend. On thursday May 29th, the c. A m. Ry., will run one their popular Low rate excursions to Cleveland. Tickets will be Good returning All regular trains up to and including Joun 2nd. Five Days in Cleveland and a Chance to attend the dedication the Garfield Monument take a trip the Lake. Rate from canal Dover will be $2.25. For further information apply to any agent the c. A m. By. At a Council meeting tuesday night at Blakes Mills they agreed that their Village should come into the corporation new Philadelphia provided the tile works Are established their Side the River. It now remains to be seen whether we get the tile works. We have the Best Clay and Coal together. The Coal can be mined first and then the Clay blasted out afterwards. Let our town do what is fair and right now and we will take jump toward. We announce the name . Seth Hattery Boliver this week As a candidate for probate judge. Or. Flattery is a scholarly gentleman and Well qualified to fill the office probate judge. He is a graduate one the leading medical colleges in the land and while this class knowledge is not usually regarded As a necessary qualification for that office it is not amiss. Or. Hattery has always been a staunch Democrat and an Active worker. He has a knowledge general business Laws and a comprehensive idea All Legal questions arising in the probate office. If nominated will make a careful and upright judge and a pleasing official to meet. L. Berrick formerly auditor Carroll county but at present Canton was in our City Friday last. John Andrews Ragersville with his Ever smiling countenance was seen our streets last Friday morning. Miss Lulu Wells and her Little sister Anita left for Wheeling tuesday morning to spend a few Days visiting relatives. _ c. C. Eckert Idaho formerly this county was in town last Friday with is father c. C. Eckert sr., Ragersville. Headquarters Andrew Crwford Post no. It g. A. It. Department Ohio new Philadelphia May 19, 1s90. General order no. 2. As sunday May 25th, 1890, is the Day set apart for members the grand army to attend divine services and As the Rev. E. W. Simon has been selected by the committee to conduct said 1 services assisted by the clergy this City it is expected that All members the Post that can possibly do so will attend the services to be held that occasion. It is therefore ordered that the members the Post meet at their Headquarters at 9 clock a. M., Sharp the Date aforesaid thence to proceed to the City opera House where the usal sunday memorial services will be held. By order i. A. Correll p. J. Attest w. Ii. Ray adjutant. To defray the necessary expenses incurred the grand army Post will take up a collection at the services to be held in the opera House sunday May 25, 1890. General order no. 3. I11 order that the Graves our dead comrades that Are buried in the old town cemetery May be suitably and appropriately decorated in the coming memorial Day it is herbs ordered that All members this Post that can conveniently attend meet at Post Headquarters at 8 30 a. M., 011 May 30th, 1890 thence to proceed to the aforesaid cemetery and in conjunction with the citizens and school children the Beautiful old town Valley strew Flowers Over the Graves the dead persons that Are there sleeping. By order i. A. Correll p. C. Attest w. H. Ray adjutant. Written for the times. Tiffin o., May 12, 1889. Last saturday morning we in company with . Willard president Heidelburg University . Van Horn president the theological Seminary . Rust professor Exegete a and historical theology . Hibshman pastor the Grace reformed Church . Kefauver pastor the first reformed Church and Rev. John b. Rust left this City for Bloomville Ohio to attend the funeral . Zahner who for Many years has been a faithful worker both in the educational circles and in the advancement the spiritual kingdom while he yet lived at Shanesville Tuscarawas county Ohio. Regardless the bad weather we found a number friends and relatives assembled at the House mourn ing. The burial took place promptly at 10 a. After the usual services at the House we for the last time were permitted to take a View the Corpse once the dwelling a precious soul. It did not appear As though our Friend and brother was lying in the cold embrace death but like a Way worn traveller sweetly taking his rest. That kind Loving and compassionate countenance never shone out More radiantly than from that narrow cell. Though the coffin was covered with Beautiful White Flowers still All this Token respect was a feeble representation the purity that Many a life who Lay sleeping beneath them. From the House mourning the Corpse was taken to the first reformed Church. While the remains were borne into the Church the choir was singing in respect to our departed Friend and to the Praise god. Then . Hibshman read the 15th chapter i. Cor., 26th to 28th verse. An Earnest prayer was offered up by . Kefauver after which the congregation joined in singing the German hymn a a Jesus my Hope and then . Rust one the most eloquent and Lluent speakers in the reformed Church made a Short address in the German language the words found in John 17 24. This was followed by another German hymn after which . Willard in a most solemn and Earnest manner spoke a Short time the words recorded in i. Thes., 4 13, 14-18. The following is a condensed form the memorial As communicated by . Rust a a Rev. J. G. Zahner d. D., was born in Obersig Isheim Wurtemburg Germany december 21, 1820. Died at Bloomville Seneca county Ohio May 7, 1890, aged 69 Jears 4 months and 16 Days. The doctor came to this country in 1845 and entered the ministry in 1847, locating at Shanesville from there he went to Ragersville in 1858. Afterwards settled in new Philadelphia As pastor the Stone Creek charge but finally removed to Shanesville where he brought his ministerial labors to a close about ten years ago account ill health. He was married to Wilhelmine Kappele cites Bury which Union was blessed with ten children four sons and six daughters All living. There remain to mourn his loss his wife his children two Brothers a sister ten grandchildren and a Large Circle friends and neighbors in Tuscarawas county where he spent his whole Public life both in the cause education and the reformed Church readily feel that an efficient energetic and virtuous worker in the cause Christ and his kingdom has been called to his rest in a House eternal in the heavens. Or. Zahner was a room mate . Rust while in College at Mercersburg pa., and these ties Friendship were never broken. The following were the pall bearers doctors Kefauver Yan Lorn Hesse Man and Rev. John rust. The services were in charge Rev i it. J. Parks reformed pastor Bloom Ville. The Corpse was Laid to rest in a Beautiful cemetery outside the City limits. After the funeral we obtained a few facts not before mentioned just seven Days before the death . Zahner he moved from Shanesville to Bloomville to spend the remainder his life As a retired minister with his daughter Clara wife Khlair the banker. For some time the doctors health was poor still he was not dangerously ill. Last wednesday Forenoon he sat in his chair As usual. Then after dinner he tried to rest the sofa but he did not feel comfortable and soon reoccupied his chair when at 1 30 p. M., without the least w. Ring the messenger death came and his soul passed without the least struggle to its maker. Thus an upright and god fearing Man was called peaceably to Lay himself Down never to let another wave trouble Roll across his peaceful breast asleep in Jesus blessed sleep from which none Ever wakes to weep a Calm and undisturbed repose unbroken by the last foes. Enocia graphs. Agricultural report May the following estimates have been carefully compiled from the monthly returns the regular township crop correspondents the state Board agriculture nearly every township the state being represented per cent. Wheat condition compared with a full average. 83 Barley condition compared with full average. 82 condition compared with a full average. 91 Oats acreage compared with full average. 84 Oats condition compared with a full average. 84 wheat drilled in. 90 wheat condition drilled 85 wheat sowed broadcast. 10 wheat condition broadcast 72 wheat damage by hessian Fly. 1 wheat damage by other insects. 1 Clover average Date sowing March 29. Clover acreage compared with a full average. 92 horses losses during Winter and Spring. 1 .4 cattle losses during Winter and Spring. 1.3 sheep losses during Winter and Spring. 3 hogs losses during Winter and Spring. 2 fruit buds Winter killed. 38 Berry canes condition. 85 the returns show that since the report april 1 wheat has declined two Points. The present estimate places the average condition at 83 per cent. This slight decline May be attributed to two causes the april frosts and the exposed and debilitated condition the roots. In districts where wheat now looks most promising it is possible there will be disappointment owing to the frankness growth. Abnormal growth Straw is not promising for a heavy crop Grain. The present report sustains the returns last month As to the destruction the wheat Viz that the Best wheat with a very few exceptions is found to be in the rolling and Hilly counties the state East South and Southwest the next Best average in the Central portion while the poorest is confined to the West and Northwest counties. Spring blowing was very late owing to the wet weather consequently the sowing Oats was delayed beyond the usual time Many Fields not yet being sown. The Oats sown Are not generally sufficiently advanced to judge correctly condition. It is quite evident there will be an increased acreage. Fruit buds were damaged by the frosts March and april peaches will sustain the greatest loss. From Hart Wood. Done to go off before you Are ready particularly a Long journey. Be fully prepared. You cannot be permit us to say unless you Are accompanied with the traveler a and tourists Vade Meenam Hostetter a stomach bitters most genial appetizers acclimatize is and promoters digestion. Against sea sickness malaria cramps and comics Begotten badly cooked unwholesome food and brackish water nervousness increased by travel chronic bilious Ness and constipation the bitters is a Sovereign preventive. It in parts a relish for food not altogether to your taste and prevents it from disagreeing with you. Never was there such a capital thing for the unfortunate dyspeptic who stands in dread the Best cooked meal. Stomachin trouble caused by ill prepared viands aboard ship steamboats and rations hastily bolted at railway restaurants is soon remedied by the bitters which gives a quietus also to rheumatism kidney troubles and insomnia. 40�?18w4 a National event. L. A. Caruthers receives the appointment census taker this township. He is a competent Young Man and will fill the position creditably. J. Hunt is teaching the Spring term school at Glasgow. Quarterly meeting at this place the 11th and 12th inst., was Well attended. President Wells preached two Fine discourses. J. J. Murphy will teach in District 4, this township next Winter. Messes. Morris and Lindsay were through this Section buying cattle last week. J. F. Cappel will teach next Winter in District no. 6, Clay township. Miss Laura Morris is teaching the Spring term there. The pleasant face w. Ii. Shaw was seen among 11s last Sabbath. L. E. Delong will teach the Centenary school next Winter. Grandmother Vhores passed her 90th mile Stone the 8th inst. She is very Active for one her age. She walks from one neighbor to another with Little difficulty. Grandmother Chadwell is about 91, but is confined to her room most the time. She is not very Well at present. Will. Linard Rush township circulated among his friends during quarterly meeting. X. Y. Z. Is consumption incurable. Read the following . C. Ii. Morris Newark ark., says a was Down with abscess lungs and friends and physicians pronounced me an incurable consumptive. Began taking . Kings new discovery for consumption am now my third bottle and Able to oversee the work my farm. It is the finest Medicine Ever Jesse Middlewart Decatur Ohio says a a had it not been for . Kings new discovery for consumption i would have died lung troubles. Was Given up by doctors. Am now in Best try it. Sample bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drugstore. Candidate announcements from port Washington. Garfield Monument dedication at Cleveland decoration Day account which the Pennsylvania company will sell excursion tickets to that City at greatly reduced rates. The occasion will be graced by the Prosence president Harrison and his Cabinet besides other dignitaries state and National renown. Civic and military organizations from several states will participate in a Parade. In the evening will be a grand display fireworks including a statue fire fifty five feet High representing the martyred president. The event will be National interests and As such will attract a vast assemblage. Following Are the Low rates miss Anna Kinsey Gilmore spent last Sabbath with miss Callie Glazier in this place. A. G. Nelson has gone a business trip to Northern Michigan where he intends to remain a few weeks. Mrs. Stone a Temperance lecturer will speak in the moravian Church wednesday and thursday 22nd and 23rd. Or. Harry Sperling was Home for a Day last week. J. F. Oaklief left for Columbus last week. W. Mcginty. Ask your friends about it. 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 110 Medicine so pure none so effective. Large bottles 5oc and $1 All druggists. Sample bottle free. Loyl chases Barley malt whisky aids digestion. Chases Barley malt whisky pure and Rich. Chases Barley malt whisky for weak lungs. Chases Barley malt whisky for purity. Bippus son sole agents for new Philadelphia. 19vv4 too ladies wanted. New Philadelphia. Canal Dover. Zoar. Mineral Point. Magnolia. Round trip Kate. $2 75 .2 25 1 and 100 men to Call any druggist fora free trial package lanes family Medicine the great Root and Herb remedy discovered by . Silas Lane while in the Rocky mountains. For diseases the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and Clearing up the complexion it does we onders. It is the Best Spring Medicine known. Large size package. 50 cents. At All druggists. Loyl at private Sale Alley 12 Leet i in. Wide electric bitter tickets will also be sold for regular trains afternoon the 29th, and will be Good returning any regular Frain until june 2d, inclusive. 21 w2 Pittsburgh Stock markets. This mown special electric remedy is becoming so Well and so popular As to need no mention. All who have used bitters sing the same song Praise. A purer Medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do All that is claimed. Electric bitters will cure All diseases the liver and kidneys will remove pimples boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent As Well As cure All malarial fevers. For cure headache consumption and indigestion try electric bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed Money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. For the past week cattle Choice $5.00 to $5.25. Other grades $3.75 to $4.25. Closing tone Market firm. Hogs heavy $4.35 to"$4.4n. Light grades $4.30 to 84.35. Market for last week closed Dull. Sheep Choice $3.50 to $5.65. Other grades $2.00 to $4.75. Olos eing tone Market Strong. Corny 39 to 40cts. Wheat�?95 to 96cts. Oats�?30 to 31cts. Flour Patent v bbl. $5.75 to $0.00. Editor times a please announce my name As a candidate for the office probate judge subject to the decision the county democratic convention. V. Ream Goshen. Editor announce my name As a candidate for probate j Edge subject to the decision the democratic county convention june 7th, 1890. Harvey Barnhill. Editor announce to the democrats Tuscarawas county that i will again ask for the nomination for probate judge at the coming convention. J. W. Mitchell Dover township. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate for probate j Edge subject to the decision the county democratic convention. Seth Hattery Lawrence. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate from Dover for the office county recorder at the coming convention subject to the wishes the democracy Tuscarawas county. Can speak the German language. John j. Jurgens. Editor times a please announce my name As a candidate from Goshen for the office county recorder at the coming convention subject to the wishes the democracy Tuscarawas county and oblige Hugh t. Minnis. Editor times Mill township presents the name Jacob Kummer for recorder subject to the decision the nominating convention. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate from Sandy township for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held j Une 7th, 1890. Charles Sattler. Editor times a please announce the name Frederick Reichenbach Wayne township As a candidate for the office county recorder subject to the wishes the democracy Tuscarawas county Ohio. Many democrats. Editor times the Many democratic friends . Frank Skelly desire that his name be announced As a Candi Nath from Goshen for the office county recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7, 1890. Many friends. Editor times please announce the name Captain Adam Miller As a candidate for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held at new Philadelphia saturday june 7th, 1890. Many citizens. Editor concluded to be a candidate for the nomination county recorder you will please announce my name subject to the decision the coming democratic county convention. John d. Mcgill Salem township. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate for the office recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7th, 1890. S. L. Dougless Oxford township. Editor announce my name As a candidate for the office county recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7th, 1890. I speak the German As Well As the English language. A. T. Myer Warwick township. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate for commissioner i object to the decision the county democratic convention june 7th, 1890. Frederick Glauser Goshen. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate for the office county. Coroner from Dover township subject to the decision the county democratic convention june 7th, 1890. Joseph ii. Ebright. Editor announce my name As a candidate from Clay township for the office county recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7th,1890. W. A. Mcconnell Clay township. I will sell at private Sale All my household and Kitchen furniture. Any it desiring to Purchase anything in Thi line will Call at my residence East High St. Mrs. Daniel Minnich. Editor announce my name As a candidate for infirmary director subject to the decision the democratic county convention. W. B. Brown Goshen township. Editor times having concluded to be a candidate for the office recorder you will please announce my name subject to the decision the democratic convention june 7th. I am Able to speak and write both the English and iceman language. Philip h. Kuhn York township. Editor times please announce the name Frederick Meyer Goshen township As a candidate for recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention. Or. Meyer i it thoroughly competent., Lias always been a sound and Active Democrat Speaks both the English arid the German languages fluently and his nomination would gratify hosts democrats. The fight off. San Francisco May 15. The Gallagher Mcc Arthy fight has been declared off account Gall agers illness. Bob Fitzsimmons recently arrived from new zealand will Fig i Mccarthy May 29 for the California athletic clubs purse $1250. Visible Supply Grain april 19 wheat 24,513,272, bushels a decrease 1,635,368 Corn 17,855,506 bushels a decrease 2,670,275 Oats 3,320,624 bushels a decrease 648,226 1,064,488 bushels a decrease 294,328 Barley 911,270 bushels a decrease 141,332. The German baptists the United states will this year hold their annual meetings at North Manchester ind., and Warrensburg mo., the last week in May. Excursion rates via the Pennsylvania lines. See notice elsewhere in this paper. 20w2 Street for two Mitch enors out lots Northwest Corner fair and Chestnut sts., new Philadelphia is sub divided As indicated by above plat. The five lots Are offered for Sale reasonable terms. Apply to j. Elliott . Editor announce my name As a candidate for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7th, 1890. Henry Hahn Bucks township. Editor announce my name As a candidate for county recorder subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 7th, 1890. W. R. Crater Oxford township. habit. Marriage License granted. Daniel Shank and Emma d. Helwig. David Hite and Minnie Richardson. A. I. Nelsch and Ella Nolan. Samuel ii. Jacobs and Ella t. Leisure. Jonathan Rutter and Matilda a. Mathias. In All the world there is but one cure i r. A lainess Golden specific. It can be Given 111 a cup Tea 01 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 will. 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

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