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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 20, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The hew Philadelphia times published cy1by thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your Avob solicit d. New Philadelphia times the a times Quot advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1y"t. Is 00 12 00 s3 00 85 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday november �?~20, 1890. Number 47. Cleveland and Marietta Ray. In effect sept. 28, 1890. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 5. No. 3. No. 1 no. 2 no. 4 500 pm 11 15 am Cleveland. 230 pm 612 i230ri Akron. 114 65s 160 730 123 pm /45 am 230 Canton. Toledo. Us Vajc a 1�?~223 620 1 155 a j 530 pm 755 255 540. Anal Dover 1128 506 805 305 550 burners. 1117 455 810 3-1 1555 1000 h ack baud. 1111 1449 43 815 317 11 5 326 �?o830 4-011 Violi a. I 50 39 837 340 620 Xci Brtown 1043 420 847 850 1630 Post Roy. 1032 406 Quot 8&Quot, 4 a to f087 Guernsey. 1 it 5 359 9.0 400 642 Jav Anbolt on. 1019 333 910 415 1351 Millers. 16 9 343 317 422 430 1354 Oldham a. 1002 3.36 925 7o7 Cambridge. 935 330 451 76 Ryers Vilie 9/2 3 9 5�?~ 5 739 it pleasant 913 256 nil j-745 i 7nl Glenwood. 912 259 517 Ava. 905 1243 527 80l belie Valley 853 2.13 5o7 it 1 1 t a id Well. 845 223 318 Dud Ley. 8&> 214 552 827 sooth Olive 827 207 553 852 mix tar City 821 202 .05 849 Marksburg o3 154 51 i 84 Elba. .�?~�?��?��?�5 146 627 i0 Warner. 751 133 687 919 Whipple. 840 123 052 9 5 Stanley. 721 108 657 930 a Aywood. .15 193 715 948 Marietta. 7"00 12451030 la Parks by 1 15-0 1055pm a Quot done to Stop. Flag stations. Trains no. 2 and no. 5 run daily and carry through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore Send Washington. Through coaches on trains no. 2, 3, and 5 Between Marietta Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with cd. A a. T. Amp 0. C. Sex. By z amp 0. R., and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b. Amp 0. East and West at Newcomerstown with a. A St. L. East and West at anal Dover with c. L. A a. Arid c. A p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. Amp l. So. And Valley i y. A. X. A Ikon. Gun manage r. W k Richards Gene a pass age to new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday november 30, 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 is the new Philadelphia will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advance81.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. In address All matter intended for publication to the times. A great Many Young men Are seeking a warm place to work this Winter and Are meandering toward the rolling Mill. when our subscribers come to town to their taxes we Hope they will kindly remember us on subscription. It takes Money to run a newspaper. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. R Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1890. Going East. Stations. All. Express local. Leave new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 a 1 00 canal Dover. 6 35 a a 2 10 a a 110 Quot Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2o0 a a Mineral Point. 7 3 a a 2 31 a a 2 15 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 46 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 2-51 m 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 3 15 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3.55 a a Alliance. 1000 a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 1250 . 6 35 a a Wells i lie. 1210 Quot 4 50 a Bella ire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 00 going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 610 12 4-5 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 10 Wellsville. 8 15 8 00 2 40 1 15 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 ii Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 11 12 4 3o 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 15 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 11 33 5 g7 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 10 p in 6 00 10 40 a drive new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 11 00 a trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect Ai Alliance with trains on the Quot great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare Etc., apply to a f. Milar agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph Wood e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. A t Pittsburgh a. Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 4� trains depart from Alliance As follows on Central time going West no. 1. Fast Lieut 2-30 9. Chicago express. 10-20 11. ?-20 3. Mail express. 4-50 p in going East no. 8. Fast line 3-45 14. Accommodation 6-30 4 mail. 3-Jo 10. Fast express 9-10 20. Day expresstl0-30 6. Alliance accommodation. 2-45 they Are making excellent Wool out of the Liber of the fir tree by Means of electricity. The time is now come when the Lamb May As Well lie Down with the lion. At port Huron mich., it is said there is a. Scheme to Cut a third Tunnel under the St. Clair River to Sarnia to be used by Street ears foot passengers and wagons. The grand trunk will begin to on their second Tunnel soon. A a every year a layer of the entire sea fourteen feet thick is taken up into the Clouds. The winds Bear their Burden into the land and the water comes Down in rain upon the Fields to flow Back through Rivers. Parnell the Irish Leader is a a under a Cloud a on account of of Shea being divorced from is wife upon the alleged ground of adultery with Parnell. There was no defense made and the allegations were of course taken to be True. It will be the theme of discussion the next parliament. M or. Koch of Germany claims to have discovered a remedy for tuberculosis. The remedy is to he called a a paraboloid a in prescriptions handed to chemists. 11 is remedy will be Given free to the the world. It is stated that a Bill will be presented to the Reich Stag to Grant 1,000,000 Marks to prof. Koch. Congress has passed an appropriation of 8350,000 for the Purchase of the Portage Lake and River improvement canal and the Lake Superior ship canal railway and Iron canal. These works connect Portage Lake with Lake Superior and will now be nude free from tolls. The Copper mining industries will be greatly benefited by this action of Congress. Trains leave Alliance for Niles and lungs town at 5 a a 12-45 a a and 2-30 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at0-50 a a 4-30 and 8-00 . . 3 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running of trains apply to the ticket agent Alliance Ohio. Daily. Daily except sunday. Daily except monday. K a. Ford general pass and ticket agent. Joseph Woop manager Pittsburgh a. The p. C. Amp St. Louis railway. A an handle route. Schedule taking effect june 15, 1890. Going m est. Trains depart from the p. U. Amp St. Louis de pot Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. 11-05 accommodation. T 5-20 express. 1 12-15 express. T 3-53 going East. Express 2-45 a in 11-05 express. 2-40 accommodation 8-15 a every Day. Central time except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg , Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trains East and w est. For time tables rates of fare through tickets and further information regarding the running of trains apply to ticket agent Chr chs vile Junction Ohio. E. A. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. It s a i h x put it x he i 00 of w o it b h a o % 6 a i c. _ a s 7c a pc acc cd s cd o r 4 a a it Quot 2 0 us r a o a c be 5 o a a a a to re 1�?t cd a is c 125 a Picicc cd caul Ciao it c jz5. We 55 o m h it \ h in la Cleveland a Peninsula. Akron. Canton. A a Jet la la x 2 a r w a o q. Quot a Quot of h to co 1 d5g c6 c k-5 a Iron Etc co h g a i 1 a c a a o i Etc cd 1c is n to to j o m 1�?00 30 Cut o c 3 o c. A co v a �?��?o3 o 54 o 55 Felt i the weeks doings. Infirmary directors in session. Court closed last Friday until january 1891. Sheet Mill few Days. Shut Down monday for a Greenfield amp Reich of the a a Bonton a have dissolved. Urfer amp Kinsey will dissolve partnership december 31st. Lawyer bold will practice his profession in Dover hereafter. The supper at m. E. Church Friday evening was grand and Well patronized. The Young people of our City enjoyed a social hop at Eagle Hail Friday evening. Whist club no. 2, gave a dance a Eagle Hall Friday night and was Well attended. Uhrichsville is to have a town Hall. W. Ii. Riffle has the contract for building it. The Street cars Are doing a splendid business especially so while the roads arc so Muddy. When in clean shave got lot Quot to Barnhill Andrall on John of my. You want n Kline he a the Coal haulers and operators have raised the Price of Coal on account of our Muddy streets. Goshen Council no. 7d, or. O. U. A. M., will attend the lutheran Church in a body next sunday evening. The weeks doings. A we certainly Trust that the democrats of the new York legislature will do themselves the Honor of electing Hon. Charles a. Dana of the new York Sun As United states senator. A emr. Dana is a life Long Democrat and a Wise Man. He is also honest and would Honor the place and would stir up the animals in great shape in the Senate. He would immediately be one of the most striking characters in that body. A it should be borne in mind that or. Dana is one of the most Learned and remarkable men in the United states. He is joint author of the american cyclopedia and his information is Well nigh inexhaustible. A the Wasan associate of Horace Greeley years ago and derived his economic principles from the same source As the Sage of the Tribune. A during the War he was assistant Secretary of and unlike Many democrats of today was in those Days a Patriot. Or. Dana and his paper were on the winning Side in the late contest in new York and it is Only proper that he should reap some of the fruits of the world Republican. Because he was on the right Side in the last Campaign in his state is not sufficient to satisfy the people of new York that lie should be thus honoured. Or. Dana has been quite Balkey in the support of the National ticket and has greatly aided the republicans b t his course. Republican cause now. Wind blows. It is quite significant that papers Are advocating his it shows which Way the a x c m r c s3 o Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and ail skin eruptions and positively cures files or no Equire. It is Guaran eed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents Der Bax. For Sale by f. C Miller a son. By a a a merry Christmas a is the cheery greeting shinning from every Page of that Ideal Mouthy Demorest s family Magazine the december number is just at hand. What one will not know about preparing for Cliris Mas about trimming the tree and suitable gifts and Good cheer and How to heartily enjoy the merry Christmas tide after Reading this charming Magazine is not Worth knowing. Lighting the Way for Santa clause is the very appropriate introductory water color the Rich humor of w hich will be highly appreciated by the Little ones and a a children of a larger growth As Well and the Page engraving that follows a Raphael painting the Virgin and child a is from a noted painting and will be appreciated for its historic value As Well As its Beauty. Besides these Are at least two Hundred and fifty other handsome illustrations for this representative family Magazine is noted for the Quality and Good Quality of its pictures. A in the streets of Paris is profusely illustrated article in Reading which one is in fancy transported to that charming City and if one prefers to visit nearer Home the description and exquisite pictures of the Washington residence of senator Sawyer of Wisconsin afford a revelation of Beauty. There Are splendid stories and poems and every department is brimful of just what you want to know in its special line. A a sanitarian treats of that sad affliction a a obesity a and the com Ruon sense treatment recommended is bound to be efficacious and a your girls will be delighted with the com Dietta in their special department. But our advice is subscribe for this splendid Magazine and you can have a rare treat each month. It is Only $2 a year and is published by w. Jennings Demorest 15 East 14th Street new York. A prof. Kuhn a Normal school is progressing nicely. The professor As an educator is hard to beat. The funeral of or. And mrs. Fred. Kuenzli a five months old baby occurred last sunday. The gasoline Light Plant will be thrown out of existence and electric Light will be used in its Stead. They Tell us that Only three vacant lots can be found in our what a the matter with cremation ? 500 menus boys and children a overcoats to select from at w. C. Sutton amp . Prices always the lowest. 44w4 the Wall paper Sale will still continue at Cost at Wells drug store 46w3 new Philadelphia For Jacob Heck lock 17, has been awarded an increase of pension which we believe All old soldiers Are entitled to. The old pump has been exchanged in the rear of or. Smiths office for a a the old open Well it needed a windless. Engine no. 46, controlled by John Sharp on the c. L. Amp w. It a jumped the track near Uhrichsville saturday. Nobody Hurt. Union thanksgiving services will be held in the lutheran Church thursday nov. 27, at 10 30 a. Rev. Simon will deliver the discourse. Paper Mill shut Down for want of Straw. If Alex had our town in a wheat Field now he could be running right along he a a Good Sun. A Cross eyed Barber is bad Luck for a Barber shop. Customers cannot Tell whether they Are to have their eels clipped or their Throat Cut when things look wrong. It is hard to ask for bread and he Given a Stone a said a tramp at the door of a newly married couple when the Young wife responded by throwing three or four biscuits at him. A Good memory is a Blessing says a writer and it is one wealth cannot buy. Just look at the Man who suddenly becomes Rich. He cannot even remember the faces of his old friends. Christ. Ackerman was pleasantly surprised by about fifteen couple of his friends last wednesday evening. The occasion being his 31st birthday anniversary. They All had a Royal Good tune. Lem. Hamilton having purchased mrs. Shull�?T8 restaurant has been presented with a head of cabbage that weighed Twenty four pounds and measured 72 inches in circumference. Now is the time to begin looking after those that Are in need of Suste Teanee through the Long Winter that is before us. Some May need clothing while others need provisions and fuel. See to it Good people. A kind act is never forgotten either on Earth or in heaven. Last thursday evening about four of clock As or. Cyrus Carson was taking to his Home above Bricktown a Load of Corn from the Field across the canal he attempted to Cross a High wooden Bridge Over the canal when the Bridge gave Way precipitating him team and All into the water. The timbers struck him and held him Down until he was drowned. Or. Carson leaves a wife and one child. He owned the farm known As the Rosemond farm. The cheapest place in the county drugs and Patent medicines is at Wells drug store 46 w 3 new Philadelphia For Sale or trade�?160 acres of Good land in Izolt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property in or near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call on the editor of the times. Of the times is adding new material to its office and becoming better prepared for business every Day. Should you want printing of any description done to fail to Call on us. James Kaldenbaugh has purchased the Stock of groceries of King amp Smith for the purpose of closing it out and have the room for a banking establishment. In a Short time or. Kaldenbaugh will open a Bank. We wish you Success James. A part of a freight train jumped the track on the Bridge at canal Dover and plunged through the Bridge timbers into the water last thursday night. Some of the timbers were torn away but the Bridge was soon repaired so As to resume business again. Marshal John Burkheimer of Mineral Point and his Deputy fiddle brought and jailed John Shaw a Miner by occupation aged 40 years for incest with his Only Daugher Jennie aged 15. Iii hellish conduct has been carried on for the past four years. He plead guilty and should be dealt with to the full extent of the Law. The Little Fellows Raiff amp Gustaff of whom we spoke last summer As having put up a building on Walnut Street for a confectionery store have found their building inadequate for their business and have taken in another partner master crowly and procured a larger room near Ray Street where they May be found at All reasonable hours ready to wait upon their customers and right change made every time. Oar Woolen Mills. Points about people. Having refitted our Mills for manufacturing Woolen goods such As yarns flannels Cassimeris sat nets and a special line for Farmers and mechanics Wear we respectfully invite the attention of the Public to the same. All our goods Are manufactured from pure Ohio Wool and Are therefore free from shoddy and Cotton. We constantly have on hand a Large assortment of yarn flannels Cassimes Etc., which we will Exchange for Wool or sell for Cash at reasonable prices. 47w4 tiie Zoar society. No Money required of responsible parties to commence treatment. Drs. France amp Ottman formerly of new York now of the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request of Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia monday nov. 24. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor of the Sherman House from 9 a. To 6 p. One Day Only. The doctors describe the different diseases better than the sick can themselves. It is a wonderful gift for any one to possess. Their diagnostic pow ers have created wonder throughout the country. The France medical and surgical Institute of Columbus Ohio is the Only medical Institute in the state incorporated with a capital of -8300,000.00. Obituary mrs. Adam Davis is ill. Enoch Fribley is in Washington . Harrison n. P. Harkins spent Sabbath in Lew. Week. Wallick left for Chicago last banker week. Brown was in Chicago last miss Sallie Kurtz returned from her visit monday. Mrs. Howard Dawes of Lorain is visiting in Charley nagely was at Cleveland last wednesday. Annie Bates returned from her Kansas visit last week. Mike and ing in Cleveland. Daughter Are visit Joseph Smith left last week to work in rolling Mill there. Peter Wagoner of Montana is guest of c. C. Forney. The miss Emma Snyder spent a few Days in Cleveland the past week. Andrew Patrick and wife Are visiting their sons in Topeka Kansas. Rev. Simon went to Guernsey county on business the first of the week. Miss Gussie Stocker of port Washington will return to College soon. De. Smith and wife took in the excursion to Cleveland last Friday. Valentine Shaffer visited his wife and family at mount Vernon last week. De. Stinebaugh of gallon Michigan is visiting Here and at blake�?T3 Mills. We. Gordon and his Mother of Mineral Point were in town Friday. Or. Michael Nelson and family of Youngstown have removed to our City. Mrs. De. Entry Are Smith and mrs. John Cov both ill of Throat trouble. Mrs. Charles Buehl and son of Columbus Are visiting in it. Washington. Or. G. W. Dodd wife and daughter of Delroy Are the gut its of his parents Here. Ozias Delong of port Washington was in our City Early in the week he is Ever Welcome. Miss cunning of Mineral Point was the guest a Day or so last week of or. Battershell and wife. Or. Nixon and wife funeral of mrs. Nixon a Rison county last week. Attended the sister in liar j. D. Loutzenhiser was in Cleveland last week laying in a Supply of Holiday goods. Mrs. Helen Mccleary and Little son left for Wasson wednesday to be gone a few weeks. 01. Jones employed in the rolling Mill accidentally fell on a hot Sheet Iron Friday and burned himself seriously. _ we noticed the smiling face of Billy Evans of Cambridge on our streets monday. He never forgets his old friends. Miss Jennie Webster has gone South to Lake Village Arkansas to spend the Winter and will also be one of six brides maids at her cousins miss Kate Reynolds wedding. Courtney Browne while returning from Chicago last week happened to get into the car where Grover Cleveland was. We expect there was a Happy meeting. _ mrs. Mary Snyder of Scio was the guest of mrs. S. B. Flora monday in route to join her husband at Columbus where or. Snyder holds a lucrative position in a medical institution. John Markley a Young Man of about Twenty two years who resided on old town was on his Way from Phillipsburg where he had been working near the Tunnel on wednesday when he was run Down by a Coal train and killed. He was walking up the Railroad track and when the mail train came along he stepped off until it passed and then resumed his journey on the track. A Coal train following caught him and ground him to pieces strewing them for Many Yards along the track. It was a horrible spectacle. The Skeleton of a Mastodon found at Ligate forty Miles West of St. Thomas Canada is on exhibition in that town the area of the grave where the monsters Bones were found is 35 by 21 feet. The Bones were scattered Over it one joint fitting into the other in a bed of Gray Marl about six feet below the surface. Over the Marl is a thick layer of Black Loamy soil. The length of the animal gauged by the measurements of the Bones already found and allowing for those that have not been discovered is from the Point of the nostril to the Root of the Tail about feet. This is greater than that of the celebrated Mastodon Gigantes discovered near Newburgh n. Y., in the summer of 1845, and the Skeleton As a whole is larger and More Complete than any that have been found in Kentucky Ohio Missouri California or Oregon a Exchange. It is with sorrow we Are called upon to chronicle the sad and sudden death of mrs. Anna Finical which occurred november 10th, 1889, at her Home near Deersville Harrison county Ohio of congestion of the brain. After Twenty four hours suffering death claimed sister Annie for its victim. The family Circle has lost a Loving wife and devoted Mother. She was a devoted Christian lady faithful to her Trust. The m. E. Church has lost a faithful member but its loss will be her gain As she has passed the Pearly Gates and is Safe on Canaan a Side. Mrs. Finical was a sister of mrs. Or. Nixon of our City Anil a Niece of our worthy Friend John s. Graham. The deceased was fifty years of age and leaves a husband and three sons to mourn her departure. She was Laid to pleasant Valley cemetery nov 12th. We extend our heart Felt sympathy to the friends in their bereavement. A. A a spirit leave thy House of Clay lingering dust resign thy breath spirit cast thy chains away dust be thou dissolved in death thus the mighty Savior Speaks while the faithful Christian Dies thus the Bonds of life he Breaks and the ransomed captive or. J. Bahley of Pittsburg pa., Salesman in the furniture establishment of Hopper Brothers of this City spent a week in this place As the guest of or. And mrs. J. P. Murphy and miss Kate m. Torgler. He was greatly delighted with our pretty town and pretty girls. He returned to the City monday leaving behind him pleasant memories with the Many acquaintances he made Here. Send m your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and a Leas enable prices we the highest Market Price for hides and poultry of All kinds. Donahey amp sons. East High St., new Philadelphia. 45w8 a few More websters Large dictionaries will be closed out at $2.50. Come before they Are All gone. Wells drug store 46w3 new Philadelphia Fur Good building lots Well located in the City of Wichita is. Would Trade for town property in new Philadelphia or canal Dover or for land in Tuscarawas con for any one wanting to particulars inquire of agent. All books of teachers Reading Circle kept in Stock at teachers rates. Wells drug store 46w3 new Philadelphia Houses Tor Sale. A number of desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. Great Clearing but Sale. Qty. A bargain go West. For Samuel Moore of owing to the change of our business which will take place on the 31st Day of december 1890, and wishing to reduce our Stock of merchandise we invite the Public to come and see the great reduction of prices which we of Fer in All goods pertaining to our Busi Ness. Urfer amp Kinsey. 47w5 linked with a ring. The marriage of miss Jennette Rennie and Edward Castle was solemnized at the brides Home by Rev. E. W. Simon by the ring ceremony according to scottish rites. The House presented an elegant appearance while each room was decked with handsome Flowers consisting of Smilax geraniums and ferns. Promptly at 7 15 of clock thursday evening nov. 13, 1890, prof. J. W. Niles and daughter Millie played the wedding March. Minnie Lumbaugh of Cambridge acted As bridesmaid and Daniel Asher of Columbus acted As groomsman. Essie the five Yeai old daughter of or. And mrs. Frank Schenk with flowing Golden hair dressed in White Swiss came gliding in with a Silver tray bearing the ring. The brides Trousseau consisted of Light Blue Satin trimmed in Vandyke lace and ribbon with handsome bridal veil looped with real Orange blossoms and roses. The Young Groom was attired in a Plain Black suit. The brides table presented an elegant appearance and was draped in Pink China silk and Smilax. The supper to say the least was grand beyond description. Over 150 partook of the bounteous repast. After supper the newly wedded couple immediately left on the evening train for their Home in Columbus where the Groom had everything in readiness to Start in life. Miss Jennette daughter of or. And mrs. W. B. Rennie is a Young lady of Fine qualities and will make an excellent help meet. Or. De. Castle is the son of or. And mrs. L. J. Castle of Grafton West va., and a Young Man of excellent traits of character and Fine business qualities. At present he is engaged with Lawrence Butler amp co. Of Columbus in a Large carpet establishment. Mrs. Charles Schlagle had charge of the culinary department and was highly complimented As perfect in every respect. B. L. Grim had charge of the carriages for the occasion which conveyed the invited guests to and from the residence of or. And mrs. W. B. Rennie. To say the least Ben has an Eye to business. Mrs. John b. Read miss Edith hum Mell and or. Thomas Richards rendered several Choice solos and duets durin g the evening and received Many highly complimentary remarks. Prof. Niles and daughter Millie rendered some excellent instrumental music. The evening was a pleasant one and everybody enjoyed themselves in every particular. The following is a list of presents which were numerous and Beautiful and the names of the donors Beautiful Berry dish Silver Berry spoon and tidy rings or. And mrs. John Dougal stand lamp or. And mrs. Hilton and James Bowers and wife Silver knives and Forks Helen Rennie handsome Ebony clock with Bronze figure of lady or. And mrs. J. T. Of Donnell or. And mrs. J. Strickmaker j r. And mrs. S. Schlup Georgie Albert Lucy Jennie and Clifford Grimes stand lamp w. P. Rogers and wife Ebony clock with Bronze figure Charley Rennie one half dozen Gold fruit knives miss. Sadie Mckemzie Silver Eake Basket or. And mrs. O. Ii. Hoover Linen table cloth and a dozen napkins Walter Martin and wife Silver horse shoe will Vilall individual Salt and Pepper with Silver tray will Bigler one half dozen hand painted China fruits plates mrs. S. B. Flora Cook Book or. And mrs. Mcgregor Silver cake dish and driving gloves William Carrothers Philadelphia a Silver and Gold water Pitcher will Sharp Pickle Castor mrs. Term Baugh and daughter Silver spoon and butter knife miss. Daisy King one dozen China fruit plates Carrie and Mille Niles Silver Creamer and sugar bowl and tray and Silver card receiver or. And mrs. H. L. Hall Berry dish miss Clara Sherrick Lena Forney hand painted plaque miss Jennie Hummell China Basket mrs. S. Schlup Silver butter dish or. And mrs. Barrier Silver carving set William Rennie Chicago butter dish or. And mrs. J. A. Mattock Silver Napkin rings. Miss Sareh Brooks Uhrichsville Berry dish mrs. T. C. West and mrs. Berkins of Dennison Plush foot rest no name two Glass dishes one Glass Pitcher one Satin shopping bag one quilt mrs. La Grafton West a. Towels and rack e. B. Wharton and wife blankets t. Richards towels Agness Addison Uhrichsville fancy rockers and foot rest ered and will Kuenzli and wife fancy Rocker Geore stiffer and wife and or. And mrs. Shanks a Lovely Gold watch set with diamonds Olive dish and China Boquet older or. And mrs John b. Read China vase Logan Mccormick Silver cake Basket and towels Nellie Rennie Finger Bowel Kate Miller hem stitched tables cloth and dozen napkins to match Urfer amp Kinsey Book of songs miss Grace Hammonds silk throw mrs. Cora Scott mrs l. B. Williams and daughter fur Rug Cook Hook prof. Niles and wife Sachel bag Lizzie Marsh laundry bag w. B Rogers and wife Beautiful Plush album and Easle Ella Powell loot rest e. Stocker table Linnen towels and baby shoes mrs. Annie Blume Pickle Fork and butter knife mrs. Dearen and daughter Bronze urns or. And mrs. J. L. Kidd stand lamp Chas. Nagely quilt or. And mrs. Dennison quilt or. And mrs. Stocker and daughter lace Shams and spread or. And mrs. J. G. Johnson table cover or. And mrs. Thos. Cox Cracker Jar s. Moore and wife Berry dish f. Dye Berry dish Lena Fahrney and Clara Sherrick hand painted plaque Jennie Hummell Silver butter dish or and. Mrs. Barrier Silver carving set we. Rennie Chicago butter dish or. And mrs. Mattock handsome Gold watch set with diamonds or. And mrs. Rennie Center stand ii. A. Wilmot and Edith Hummell hand painted throw Jesse Moore Newark Fancy throw Lyda Wye off easel and picture Fred Schenk and wife and Silas Compton and wife Cream ladle Hattie Ferris. Congratulations Are due the Young couple As they Are both excellent people and of Good parentage we bespeak for them Success in their journey through life. From Somerdale. Health is not As Good As As we could wish for. Damp weather May have something to do with it. Roads Are bad and have been so nearly All fall. Hope they will freeze up this Winter. Business quite brisk. Our town has one new business House to boast of. Or. Roberts has purchased the meat Market and put in a Stock of Candy canned goods groceries and cigars. Success. Count one for the democrats in �?T92. Some of our friends of the g. O. P. Look Pale since the election. Bennies checks arc getting Rosy again however. A Squire Giggle is crowded with business of late. It is rumoured that he contemplates taking in a clerk or two. There Are several families moving from this place to the Hocking Valley. Chickens Are Worth or rather Are Selling at 8 cts. Per Pound. The Farmers have the everlasting respect of the Hunting class of Somerdale. Some of our would be Church lights have let go their heavenly grasp of account of their Brothers in Church forbidding them privilege to Hunt on their farms. Somerdale can show up some of the lost arts in architecture. We would modestly ask modern architects to come and View our wonderful heterogeneous Alhambra by Moonlight. The wonderful what you May Call it i3 intended to be the permanent domicile of a Man of wonderful Large understanding. Although not invited we do not fell slighted but rather feel to congratulate we. Ehlers and miss Ora Crist of Zoar station who were bound m holy Wedlock at the residence of i. Crist thursday of last week. Both Young people Are of excellent families and have Only to be known to be admired. Or. Ehlers is a promising business Man of Canton May they As they go out from hosts of warm friends meet with the same else where and unlimited Success is our Earnest wish. Farmers Are Busy husking Corn. While the Sun is shining make Hay is the Farmers Golden Rule just at present and it is Good policy too. It is reported that or. Thollie contemplates moving away soon. If True will leave the Somerton House vacant again. We Hope it is a false report however As or. T. Is a Good citizen. Somerdale it is reported is Likely to lose one of its saloons and Valley Junction to be the gainer if gain it be to have a Saloon in a town. Thomas Welch the Boss trimmer was Home last week. He is a Wayne co. Boy. It is reported that i. N. Boone and family contemplate moving to los Angeles county cal., Early in the Spring to accept a position of some kind. Did not learn particulars. Saloon and Butcher shop under Wilkinson shall. Wonderful Nice meat too you can bet your old Copper boiler on that. Observer. Blakes Mills. A teachers Reading Circle was organized on monday night. Meets once a week in the High school room. We Are glad to note that John Hammond who was recently injured in a Coal mine is recovering. Council purchased some new Fine supplies. Isaac Hill one of our old democratic guards is ill. Mrs. Neiderheiser while in the act of closing the cellar door lost her balance and fell into the cellar Way sustaining injuries. We Are glad to learn of the election of our democratic Friend or. Thompson to a seat in the Indiana legislature. We would Call the attention of our marshal to the frequent violations of the ordinance prohibiting Riding and driving on sidewalks. We were accused of being the writer of the last article published in the times from this place. We Here publicly state without fear of contradiction that we did not write that article. It has always been our to write of our religious societies with utmost respect. A new Democrat has taken up his abode with councilman Graff. He will vote Twenty one years hence. Keno. Ohio agricultural station. He yelled Kemp s Balsam. The question a what varieties of wheat Are beet adapted to Black soil is one of considerable interest to Many Ohio Farmers for such soil unless it contains a considerable admixture of Sand is generally found to be less suited to the production of wheat than soils whose lighter color indicates a smaller proportion of organic matter in their composition. The following Experiment which it is proposed to continue through a series of years has been undertaken in the Hope of obtaining a satisfactory answer to this question. The locality selected for this test is thirty nine Miles West of Columbus on the Little Miami Railroad on the farm of a. E. Wildman in a Section of country where there Are Large areas of Black land either covered originally with Burr Oak and elms or Bare Prairie. The special Field used for the Experiment had been in cultivation for Many years the crop for 18s9 being Corn. Twelve varieties of wheat were selected from those which had Given the Best results at the station. They were sown in plots of one tenth acre each about the Middle of september the remainder of the Field 30 acres being sown with egyptian wheat. About the Middle of june rust made its appearance in this Field and by june 20, the entire Field was covered. An examination made on that Date revealed a marked de Fforence in the amount of rust on the different varieties. The wheat was harvested in duo season the Grain threshed from each plot was carefully weighed and the weight per measured bushels was determined by Means of an apparatus made specially for this purpose by Fairbanks Morse amp co. The results Are Given in the following table the yields per acre being Given in measured bushels wheat on Black soil yield of Grain and weight per Bushel. Real estate transfers. Variety. Egyptian. Valley. Penquite a velvet. Pool. Diehl Mediterranean. French Prairie. Pen Quito a velvet. Geneva. Deitz. Reliable. Penquite a velvet. German emperor. Farquhar. Mealy. A 34 8.50 3314 8.60 73 41 16.67 5914 13.17 17% 4.67 63 4 14.45 73ss 16.21 69 a 14. .53 53 41 13.00 80 53% 59 4 41 13.75 17.98 12.73 13.31 9.94 3 40 39 44 of. 45 37 4 43.% 47 4 41 40 44% 42% 44% 41% i yell a a Kemp a Balsam the Best cough i always do when i hear a Man cough and i can to help it. It saved me and it will cure you. I was threatened with pneumonia last Winter and it broke it up. It helps the children out when their throats Are sore cures their cough and tastes so Good. The first dose helps you. So writes a. Arnold Engineer on the West Shore Ray at Canajoharie n. 43 synonym of Michigan Amber. It will be noticed that three plots were sown with velvet chaff. The object of this was to test the uniformity of the soil. Apparently the soil was sufficiently uniform for a satisfactory test and evidently the velvet chaff although suffering from the rust in common with All other varieties has proved Superior to any of them in productiveness on this soil for it can be no Accident that each of the three plots of this variety should give such a de idly larger yield than that obtained from any other variety. The variety most nearly approaching the velvet chaff in yield is Geneva also known As hungarian and the Superior weight per measured Bushel indicates that this variety has suffered somewhat less from rust than any other although it also was seriously injured. Conclusion. The velvet chaff wheat used in this Experiment Penquite a velvet has been recommended first by the farm department of the Ohio state University and later by this station As being More reliable on Black soils than most other varieties. The Experiment above described justifies this commendation. For Sale. The noted thorough bred Percheron stallion description and Pedigree a a Frederick Isa Beautiful Iron Gray six years old and weighs about 1900 lbs. He is of Fine appearance heavy Bone and Good action for a heavy draft horse. He was foaled april 20, 1884, and imported in 1887, by Geo. Vandevender of Lexington Illinois. He is recorded in the Percheron Studbook of America under no. 7310. Also two half blood Norman mares both of which Are in foal by the above named horse. Also one heavy draft horse 15 years old and one thorough bred shorthorn Bull 2-years old. Inquire of e. J. Moore or a. P. Latto executors of the estate of Alexander Latto deceased. 46w3 a Safe investment. Compiled in the office of the recorder of deed c. F. Lind to John myer lot 21, Dover. Daniel Minnich a Assignee to Lottie m. Galbraith lot 188, new Philadelphia. Lottie m. And Robert g. Galbraith to Susan Wallace lot 188, new Philadelphia. George h. Beans to Jacob Williams \ acre Goshen. Peter Fass to Emanuel Gibbs lot 253, Dover. Mary a. Amp we. F. Robison to j. I. Holmes lot 197, Uhrichsville Rachel Grove to Mary s. Goudy part of lot 327 and 328, new Philadelphia. C. H. Slingluff to e. H. Sheeler lot 4, Dover. Adolph Lebean it Al to we. Ott 53 j acres Bucks. Philip Myers to Joseph Walker 2 acres Warwick. Philip Myers to Josephus Walker 2 acres and 10 91-100 perches Warwick. Joseph Walker to Philip and Elizabeth Myers 2 acres Warwick. Philip Myers to we. E. Myers 45 51-100 perches Warwick. T. J. Evans to j. E. Fisher lot 146, Uhrichsville. Jacob l. Maurer to we. E. Case part of lot 7, Bolivar. F. Mcelhany to w. E. Case it Al 1 acre Oxford. Catharine Lay to w. E. Case strip of land Oxford. Hester a. Sheeler to we. Feller 23 93-100 acres Sugarcreek. James bailey�?T3 a to Eliza j. Bailey 207� acres Sandy. 3,00 3,of 1,20 1,80 9� 2,5 20 1,7 0 20 1c< 1,190 5,550 notice to Sun term. We the undersigned Farmers and land owners of Goshen Fairfield and Warren townships have found it necessary for Protection to our Stock and ourselves to publicly notify according to Law All persons that they Are forbidden hereafter to enter upon the lands of any of the undersigned parties for the purpose of Hunting or shooting and anyone found Hunting shooting or trespassing on the lands of said parties will be prosecuted to the full extent of the Law Samuel d Waltz Armor Strawn Obediah Conwell Robert Giggle we Waters Josiah Sparks Jason l Henderson Benjamin Gundy David Brown Isaac Giggle s w Ricketts Adam Giggle Henry Gundy Jacob Truman Daniel Dessecker John n Renneker Leonard Smith w ii Roby w s Gundy Harvey Smith Adam Renneker Louis Kreig George Lightel Samuel Rentch 47w2 notice to Hunters and trespassers. We the undersigned Farmers an land owners of Franklin township hav found it necessary for Protection t our Stock and ourselves to publicly notify according to Law All persons the a they Are forbidden to enter upon the lands of any of the undersigned partic for the purpose of Hunting or shooting. Any one found Hunting shooting c. Trespassing on the lands of said parse without permission will be prosecuted to the full extent of the Law a Garber John Garber Jerry Garbe. George Canary Joseph Ilar line tsar it Huffman Jonas Snyder Peter Haas ii j aul Geo Haas c c Fernsel a Zim Merman Solomon Seese Thos Walker. Henry Wallick j g Border c Canary d Shutt l w Bair Abe Weber Johr a Bair Isaac Eberly John ii garbed e r Benfer Conrad Seikel Isaac Bixler David Bixler g w Forney George v Stoutt b a Shutt. J f Peters John Wei hand Fred. Zeltman r. Kapuzky Merit wins. Having purchased the meat Market of John g. Walker on East High Street we intend to Oiler to the Public the very Best of fresh and cured meats chickens turkeys Etc., at the lowest current prices. We respectfully invite a share of Public patronage. Yours respectfully 45w8 Donahey Csc sons. one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results or in Case of failure a return of Purchase Price. On this Safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle of or. Kings new discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring Relief in every Case when used for any affection of Throat lungs or Chest such As consumption i Nofia meation of 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. We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been Selling or. Kings new discovery for consumption or. Kings new life pills Bucklen a Arnica Salve and electric bitters and have never handled remedies that sell As Well or 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 on their merits. F. C. Miller amp songs druggists. Hudson Maxim of Pittsfield mass., brother of Ilioram Maxim the Well known inventor has developed a new smokeless powder for guns that has so far As tested merited the eager attention of army officers. The production of a new Small Caliper Rifle is entirely dependent upon the result of tests of this class of powder and at present the tests made with the Maxim powder give Gratifying evidence of Success. For Sale a Blacksmith shop and tools. Good location in Small Village. Plenty of work for one Man. Only one in the place and for Miles around. Price $200. Very cheap. Call at times office. A. Bippus amp son i3 sole agent in new Philadelphia for chases Barley malt whisky. Rich and pure it Isa Fine tonic for the weak and Feebie it strengthens the 44w4 All school books furnished with Holden a Patent Book covers free of Cost. We Are sole agents. Wei lbs drug store 46w3 new phila., A Law Lye a perfect companion. Painless childbirth our new Book tells How any woman May become a Mother without suffering any pain whatever. Also How to treat and overcome morn ing sickness swelled limbs and other evils attending pregnancy. It is reliable and highly endorsed by physicians As the wife a True private companion. Send two cent stamp for descriptive circulars and confidential letter sent in sealed envelope. Addres Frank Thomas a co. Publishers Baltimore my. 45yl 100 la it lies wanted. And 100 men to Call on any druggist for a free trial package of lanes family Medicine the great Root and Herb remedy discovered by or. Silas Lane while in the Rocky mountains. For diseases of the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and Clearing up the complexion it does wonders. It is the Best Spring Medicine known. Large size package. 50 cents. At All druggists. 15yl wedded in the seventies. Do you want a suit overcoat or pair of pants made to order if so w. C. Sutton amp co. Have just what you want and can please you in style and fit. The Epworth league in m. E. Church last tuesday evening was Well attended. Clint. Jones has been granted a ent on a perforated pully. Pat after next monday we will display the largest selection of books for the holidays in the county. These books Are of All kinds and descriptions. The most of them were bought outside of the combination and will be retailed at less than combination wholesale prices. I f you want Choice selection come Early and get prices. Wells drug store 46w3 new phila., Ironton. Nov. 13. Creed Janney and mrs. Sarilda Burton of Wayne county. W. Va., wer-3 wedded Here this morning. The Happy Groom is 84 year3 old while the Bonnie Bride is his Junior by Only two years. They took a Carriage ride Over the City and were Given quite an ovation while Here. Forced to leave Home. Over 50 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call at their druggists for a free trial package of lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out of order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Call on any druggist to Day for a free Sample of this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Every one likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. 16yl

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