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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 10, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill it ass posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times volume Philadelphia o., thursday october 10, 1889. The Quot times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y r. One Inch. 8 1 00 it 2 00 8 3 00 8 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 .50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Number 41. Business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. John w. Nix in. M. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied . Tinker. 5yl p f. Tidrick House painting paper hanging White washing and Oal Cimin ing neatly done and work guaranteed Jit Rea Oit Nable prices. Leave orders at e Ackey a shoe store new Philadelphia Ohio. March 24. It d. 1-Tmb John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas an Ltd and Loining counties. Office up stairs opposite court Alonse. On North Broadway. Iii new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday october 10, 18s9. A a the Dover fair a Brilliant Success respect. In Eye it y suppose advertising in a the time a was the cause it. Hummel Bloch second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 j ii. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to toll Crons executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. I j i Gamuel Moolten attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his cart in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Lummel Block second floor. A tithe Philadelphia times will published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.�1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 a remittances should sent draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Of so address All matter intended for publication to the. Tikes. The weeks doings. Snow and sleet fell monday first the season. The democratic ticket. 11 Oal Esme w wanted to canvass for the Sale Nursery Stock steady employment guaranteed. Salary and expenses paid to successful men. Apply at once stating age. Mention this paper. Chase Brothers Rochester new York. Til dec 1�?emit oct a t71vf1pq the instalment plan Ruijin i Kawli Icli you can sell our popular h k s ments savings 50 cents a week will insure you Twenty times As Many sales As Cash wanted May 16, in it the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Murray proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars Good livery in connection with the House. Idyl e\a-te3it, ii. Amp a. Leev procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining in. Patents. Lull instructions in patents terms etc., sent free. Address it. X a. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T8yl Champion planing Mill John nagely proper. Dealer info governor James e. Campbell Butler county. For lieutenant governor w. V. Marquis Logan. For supreme court judge m. I it. L Ollett Washington. For attorney general Jesse m. Lewis Champaign. For state treasurer w. E. Roden Guernsey. For state school commissioner a. C. Miller rutnam. For supreme court clerk i. C. Schoemaker Seneca for Board Public works Frank Reynolds Hamilton. For senator in general assembly�?18th and 19th districts John a. Buchanan Tuscarawas. For representatives in general Assembly David h. Troendly Eli r 1jenfer. For treasurer Christian c. Forney. For sheriff Peter Goeler. For commissioner Edward h. Westhafer. For infirmary director Ozias Delong. The platform. Term simile i Ssiss a &.c., Csc. Cheapest and Best builder in the City before you contract. Do sure to 1 at the Champion planing Mill West front Street new Philadelphia. John nagely . August 15, 1889. G3yl found at last a first class Nice tidy restaurant a and a lunch Boom a at a Ohio. Doc. Mckinsey proper where you can get a Good Square meal at any time. Warm cold lunch ice Cream n soft drinks wild game and oysters in season. Quiet and orderly Pla a Beautiful place for fishermen at the River near for camping parties. Come and enjoy yourselves and get your refer cements at met Kinsey a restaurant at Goshen the Trenton Road. July 15, 1889. 30wl2 children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. 1. The democracy Ohio in convention assembled approve the declaration the principles made the National democracy demanding reduction Tariff taxes. We will continue the Battle for Tariff Reform until the cause the people is triumphant. We regard trusts in whatever form Organ result our present e demand the repeal Ible them to extort from the people exorbitant prices for the articles they control. 3. We again acknowledge the great debt gratitude the nation owes to the heroes the late War and we declare in favor just Liberal and equitable pension Laws. 4. We denounce the Republican administration for its repeated violation its pledges in behalf civil service Reform. 5. We denounce the present state administration As the most partisan demoralizing and extravagant in our history. We invite the careful investigation All our citizens into our financial affairs As shown the official records. It. We protest against the repeated enactment Laws vesting the appointing Power in the governor enabling him to control the local boards our leading cities while depriving them self government. It constructs a vast political machine that is at All times dangerous and in the hands a partisan chief executive has become a positive menace to the interests the state. 7. The nomination the governor Ohio for a third term in violation All precedent the notorious and disgraceful use patronage at his command is an outrage against the people and should rebuked at the polls. 8. We heartily favor Home Rule in Ireland we demand it also for Ohio. While favouring All Laws that securely protect the ballot Box and the honest voter we demand the enactment Laws that will enable our cities to choose their own servants and control their own affairs. Celebrated John is a vote against the amendments to the Constitution without fail. This country has More telephones than All the rest the world. There will a meeting the democracy York township at the Ank Ney school House saturday evening october 12th, for the purpose organizing a Campbell club. Let there a Good turn out. M. C. A. John Deavitt Miller lectured to a crowded House at Uhrichsville last saturday evening Quot love courtship and marriage a the same subject that he will lecture Here. Every one was delighted and Are noting his humorous accurate hits. Many there arc promising to hear the same lecture again at ouro Pora House dec. 18. Our people Quot know a Good thing when they see which is demonstrated the Way the lecture course tickets Are being purchased. No better and cheaper entertainments were Ever offered to the people our City. On account previous engagements for the opera House a change has been made in some the dates for the y. M. C. A. Be Curc course. The following dates will remain unchanged Rev. Joseph Cook oct. 21. Frank Beard nov. 12. Jahu Dewitt Miller dec. 18. Col. F. Copeland Jan. G. Boston Ideal Banjo mandolin amp guitar club about january 28. The democratic party asked that the Tariff taken off lumber so that the poor May Able to build better Homes. The Republican party opposes it and favors protecting a few wealthy owners the Forest against the countless thousands who need cheap lumber the vast Prairies the West where there is no Timber. Mckinley says he despises the word Quot lie wants dear lumber. Mckinley is a Leader his party. What do you think his doctrine ? now that the rottenness Fork cry a Board Public affairs in Cincinnati has been exposed the letter Geo. R. Topp chairman the Board which letter fell into the hands the wrong party the Republican press Are trying to claim that Topp was insane. If Topp was insane then the whole Board was insane. The fact is rottenness charac and i Criggs a cd Foraker a City management boards. This Man Topp has been chairman the Republican executive committee in Hamilton county Over four years. The fair at canal Dover last week was one the Best Ever held in Tuscarawas county. The weather was favourable yet a Little Cool Friday. The managers the fair spared no pains to make it a Success. They advertised liberally which contributed largely in gathering a Good attendance and in inducing exhibitors to bring their articles. Fully 8000 people attended thursday and was said Many to the largest crowd that Lias attended there. Friday had also a Good attendance. We believe that the people generally were highly pleased with the exhibition and the races. The display in Stock poultry and farm machinery was very Fine. The Halls were never nicer. Ive feel that new Philadelphia contributed liberally to their Beauty the Many exhibitions the part her citizens and they Are deserving mention. One the most Nascine Ting displays was the Floral display our very worthy and energetic nurseryman and Florist Daniel Wyss. Lie had two arrangements Choice plants and Flowers 1st, Evergreen background with tropical plants and ornamental vines and grapes hanging baskets with passion vines and Flowers. Conspicuous was the head and neck the Deer among the evergreens. Fine specimens roses Calla lilies etc., in Bloom. 2nd arrangement was in the Center the building consisting Coelus bed and Smilax in Center making a pleasing and attractive display which called Forth Many expressions admiration from the ladies. Or. Wyss had exhibition a Fine assortment fruit. He had six varieties grapes and was awarded first Premium All. The varieties were Brighton Niagara Pocklington Empire state Vergenes and Worden. He got first Premium sixteen varieties pairs As Well As largest collections. He also got first Premium ten Best varieties Winter apples. Mrs. Wyss had a very Large collection sealed fruits jellies preserves Butters etc., which she was awarded premiums very liberally. Or. Wyss expects to compete at state fair next year. People who want Trees other Nursery Stock should note the fact that his Stock Trees and plants is not excelled in the state and should see them when purchasing such goods. Or. John Burry amp son were not to outdone any one and a finer display ladies wraps and cloaks could not found. The ladies almost went wild Over those handsome garments and Many made purchases then and there. The next stand in our Way was that . John c Joss the manager the Quot Domestic he had a Rich display jewelry musical instruments and sewing machines. Ilis Booth was decorated with Many fancy specimens Handiwork made the Domestic sewing machine Hustler and no mistake. Or. John t. Dieffenbache had a department filled Wiki harness Robes etc., making a handsome display. Or. Is one our enterprising business men and has built up the Best Trade in his line in the county. He believes in letting the people know he has the Best goods for Sale. Try him for a Good bargain. Or. Henry Eckert next with the noted new Wheeler amp Wilson sewing machine one the Best in the Market. The department allotted to him was handsomely curtained with specimens work done the Wheeler amp Wilson machine. These specimens were indeed Beautiful. He had a lady opera Ator who could show the merits his machines to perfection. Or. Eckert Pluck and Energy has sold More machines than any other dealer in the county and Lias a handsome competence to show for it. He is reliable and can sell you one the Best machines in the Market. We were attracted too the Beautiful show in boots and shoes that enterprising merchant . E. R. Parm Elee who is a Success in showing goods. The Singer sewing machine folks our town were not behind the rest in showing their Well known machine. We have forgotten the name the exhibitor. This we believe ends the list exhibitors from new Philadelphia. That popular merchant . Runner canal Dover had a Fine wrap and cloak display. Lie is one Dover a Best business men and fully abreast tie times in merchandising. Call him make his acquaintance and you will not regret it. Or. Putt canal Dover had a very Fine Apia Ian display lie is certainly Well versed in Bee keeping. Iii samples Honey were very Fine. Many other exhibitors Are deserving mention but we did not know them. The Quot big four from new Philadelphia Jackson Cox Myers and Kennedy had exhibition their celebrated Mccormick reaper and Binder. Their machine is becoming very popular As the number sales made them will show. These men Are reliable and will do just what they say in regard to their machine. The Spicer manufacturing co., n. P., comes in for a share Praise their agricultural implements. Their Hay Tedder and cultivator Are among the most valuable tools a Farmer uses. Every Farmer in the county should own these implements. Rice the fat Man from Phillipsburg knows How to show up the celebrated Empire reaper and Binder and had his share spectators. We can heartily recommend . Rice and his machine. Last but not least the attractions i we shall mention was editor Scott a Rel Quot the Campbells Are coming a a at Ankney school House saturday even a. Mrs. A. Lomiller and daughter Edna Are visiting at the residence her daughter mrs. Ii. Read. Or. Battershell this City is attending the Ohio Valley dental society meeting this week at Flushing Ohio. Our correspondents must not feel offended if we Cut their communications Down a Little for want space omit items because we had already Learned the substance and had it in Type. A Farewell reception will Given Rev. Or. Domer and family at the methodist parsonage thursday evening this week from 8 to 10 clock. All their friends Are cordially invited to present. Rev. Or. Domer will preach at one the services in the methodist episcopal Church next sunday. At the other the pulpit will occupied some member the lutheran Synod now in session in this City. There will a Public Sale live Stock consisting sheep hogs cows and a very Fine Colt at the residence mrs. Eleanor Cole near Green Ridge school House one mile North Pike run thursday october 17th. A sheriffs wife at Little Falls Minnesota liberated a prisoner the name John Mitchel and eloped with him the 3d inst. This seems to a new method introduced prisoners to effect an escape. Would it not a Good plan to elect old bachelors to that office the weeks doing is. From port Washington. The Bonus offered the Cambridge folks to induce the building a rolling Mill at that place has at last caught some our leading business men. The company is composed a. Beyer a. It. Shields Arthur Brown w. C. Brown and i. Mccaully. Cambridge gives this company $30,000, guarantees free right Way for siding and gives six acres land for Mill site. The Mill is to in operation in four months. We Are sorry these men did not invest in this town As there could no better place for another Mill. Our theatre goers have a treat in store for them next saturday evening As it will bring with it the appearance Minnie Milne and George Edgar in the one act emotional drama prudence Rudd and the three act comedy old tonics Ward. Miss Milne is an actress possessing All the attributes Success. She is endowed with a charming versatility and remarkable magnetism. She is Young Bright talented and pretty and never fails to win the hearts her audience from the first. Or. Edgar is too Well known to require comment. His Merit As an actor Talent Power and ability Are unquestionable. With two charming stars very Clever plays and a supporting company far above Tho average a most enjoyable evenings entertainment is assured. Still we have Hopes a Street car line. Or. Johnson Cleveland failing to get the lighting the town had dropped the Street car project and it was supposed that ended the matter but the citizens our town Are endeavouring to have him reconsider the matter and he has signified that if the right Way is furnished Over the streets that he will then come in and compete for the franchise. The citizens the town generally favor it and they should give it every encouragement possible. Great credit is due to . De. Kaldenbaugh for the part he is taking in working the matter up and in securing right Way. The Council and mayor our town Are favourable to the project and will do All within their scope authority to secure the electric line. Let us have it All Means. Fire at canal Dover. Fine Job printing done at the times office. On Call a look out for Low prices at new York Cash store. 38w4 the Little infant died saturday last. Of . Alexander you will save Money buying your goods at new York a Ash store. 38w4 after october 1st common soldiers the French army will get a Little Over five cents a Day. Court convened tuesday a after a vacation a week. The court Mill will run steadily now. The county commissioners signed the Pike Bonds at their adjourned meeting tuesday. The citizens new Philadelphia Are sorry to lose Rev. Domer. He is Well liked All. We wish him Well. Or. And mrs. Henry Dahmer leave today thursday for Pittsburg pa., to attend the exposition and will also visit the unfortunate City Johnstown. Or. C. A. Lamson takes charge the Gilsey House formerly kept Jack Murry. He is a very Good Clever fellow and we wish him Success. A county fair in which coloured people Only Are allowed to compete for premiums has been organized at Clarksville tenn., with a capital $10,000. When in need a suit overcoat hat anything in the furnishing line Call w. C. Sutton amp co. They sell the Best goods for the least Money. 38w4 the remains Harry Skinner whose death we mentioned last week arrived at new Philadelphia from Colorado Friday. The interment took place saturday. Watkin Watkins plead guilty tuesday to the indictments for illegal sales liquor and was fined $100 and costs and sentenced to thirty Days in the work House at Cleveland. The Dover folks treated our Quot fire laddies quite really after the assistance rendered at the fire monday. An excellent dinner was Given them and they were Welcome guests. Dover people Are not to outdone in any thing. Or. George w. Wilhelm Republican nominee for representative from Stark county attended the Dover fair. Or. Wilhelm is a very pleasant gentleman and will make a close contest with Dresbach the democratic nominee. There is no Verdigris other impurity in chases Barley malt whiskey. It is Rich and nutritious and the Best All whiskies for family and medical purposes. Sold a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia. 40 w4 bargains bargains bargains w. C. Sutton amp co. Are offering the greatest bargains in clothing any House in the county. Call and examine their Stock and you will convinced. 38 w4 at the late elections m the new states the two Dakotas and Washington give a Republican majority while Montana is democratic a Small the Capitol South Dakota carried in favor Pierre. Three cities Pierre Huron and Sioux contested for the Capitol. In South Dakota prohibition carried 5,000 majority. The republicans the eleventh senatorial District have at last settled their difficulty in the Way two candidates claiming the nomination having both withdraw and a Man nominated. The trouble grew out c Boss it and curiosity collecl8 can Well spent ism and the greed one county to monopolize the office. They will in a crippled condition however and the feeling engendered May lose them the senator after All. The republicans were so fearful losing control in the Senate that ail the influence possible was brought to Bear claimants to the nomination. An hour in looking Over them. Many them Are relics the late War and Are reminders Days the rebellion in which Bro. Scott saw the Quot elephant face to face. The people appreciated his interesting show very much. Every body was pleased with the fair. It was a grand Success financially. Or. B d. Downey is entitled to credit for the part he took in the management. The editors the Dennison paragraph and the Tuscarawas chronicle Are passing Quot compliments a upon each other in almost every Issue. Fire started in the livery barn Kuhn amp Wigely factory Street monday Forenoon destroying the building which belonged to . Kuhn and also the ileum Rich store building adjoining. For a time it looked As though the fire would wipe out the buildings tie entire Street. The Dover fire company which is an excellent one brought the fire under control after a desperate fight. In the mean time they telephoned to Newfli Ladelphia for help. The new Philadelphia fire company responded As soon As possible but their services were not needed when they arrived. The ileum Rich building was occupied a. Weiss with a Stock clothing which was about All removed incurring a loss four five Hundred dollars. Loss covered . E. Amick occupied part the Kuhn building As a Cigar store. He succeeded in removing about All his Stock. His loss is not Large. Kuhn amp Wegerly lost their Hay and Grain. They were protected insurance. Both buildings were fully insured. There were three four families living up stairs in the buildings destroyed who lost a Good portion their goods. One family we Are told lost All they had. These parties living up stairs will feel their loss worst As they had no insurance and were parties limited Means. Greenburger amp better and Hanson amp a Luis Ted their goods out into the Street but suffered no loss except damage removal. The Street was filed with merchandise for quite a distance. The lire was Well managed and the Dover people May feel proud their tire company for the town was saved a conflagration the company a herculean efforts. The flouring Mill Hardesty Bros was scorched a Little and was saved Only great Effort. One fellow went crazy enough to begin kicking out plate Glass windows and had to fired out into the Street to prevent him destroying property. Most ail however kept their wits and helped to save the property. A. N. Davis was at Home monday. Mrs. Drake Columbus after spending several months with the family a. N. Demuth returned to her Home last tuesday. Miss Minnie Porter a teacher in the new Philadelphia schools was at Home last week during a three Days vacation the school. Rev. In. H. Oerter j. A. Roenbaugh mrs. Mcgill and miss Eva Porter attended the Mission festival held in the moravian Church at Uhrichsville last sunday. Last monday night thieves entered the grocery store mrs. Eis and stole Money to the amount $11.00. Two tramps were arrested next Day suspicion but the Council finding no charge against them released it is now supposed that the Money was stolen some one better acquainted with things than the tramps. One the finest trains that Ever passed through Here was a special the Goth inst., Enro Ute for Washington with a delegation f. And a. Mrs to to the masonic conclave held at that place. Wesley Bremer who shot and killed his boy at Glasgow several years ago and was imprisoned for life in the Ohio Penitentiary died last week consumption. He was brought to Gnadenhutten last wednesday and buried there the g. A. R. On thursday. Augustus Lamneck returned from great Falls Montana last week after several months trial that great country. Lie like a. A. Of Ratenburg thought Quot great Humbug would a better name for the place. Rev. F. Ross who for the past two years has had charge the m. E. Circuit Over the River has been removed to a charge near the county seat. His Many friends Here will miss his genial and whole souled companionship and his congregation a beloved preacher. His place has been supplied Rev. Jackson from Adamsville who to use . Ross own words Quot is a nobler Man than i a and a larger one which is saying a great Deal. Or. Ross will make his Home in new Philadelphia. This morning monday at about 11 clock our Public Square was the scene two Lively runaways. A team belonging to . Gray was standing in front a. Leys wardroom when the door blew open and struck the horses the head. This frightened them and caused them to run off. They ran Down the Alley across the Square and into the hitching rack in front c. Wiands when they struck the horses ran leaving the Wagon turned upside Down. This caused another team that was tied at wiands to break Loose and run too they started towards Nargney a but being afraid a new Barber pole placed there they turned in another direction and ran into the rack at Philip Barthes shoe store. The horses were somewhat bruised but not seriously Hurt nothing was broken except the Tongue . Gray a Wagon. Had it not been for these two hitching Racks both store fronts would have been completely demolished and the horses badly Cut. A. Ril fool. From Raffers Ville. News scarce. Weather very Cool. Pumpkin Quot Huskins Are about at an end. Jack Frost has Only visited us once twice. The Union sunday school will close next Sabbath. The merry peal the school Bell is again heard in the Village. A. A. Garver is off to Pittsburg and Philadelphia a business trip. Or. Chas. Lahmers attended the reunion his old regiment the 80th V. I., at Warsaw last saturday. Or. We. Levengood and daughter and John Richardson have returned from their Western trip. Mrs. Fred. Eckert returned Home last saturday from a two three weeks stay with her daughter mrs. Or. Goudy at Beach City. Or. Lenry Wasem a sister Dakota is spending a few weeks Here. It has been a number years since her last visit Here. We wonder where All the people came from that went through our town last thursday Enro Ute to the fair. If every Community was As Well represented As ours the crowd must have been great that Day. Our Barber shop has changed management for a few months. Or. Eli Miller will Sling the razor and shears now. When needing any work done in his line give him a Call. The Baltic band enlivened the town somewhat last wednesday and Friday with a few its Choice selections. They were their Way to and from Dover where they had been employed to play for the fair. Come Over Quot boys a when you can stay longer. Or. Al. Lang and miss Hattie Hostetler were wedded last thursday afternoon at Shanesville . they left thursday eve. For a one two weeks stay at Shreve. May your trip through life one pleasure and Prosperity. Court was in session last saturday. A Squire Bixler officiating. Case Simon Neff is. John Stingle. Cause difficulty in settling. Or. B. Fisher Baltic attorney for the plaintiff and . Jasper Mitchell canal Dover for the defendant. Jury decided in favor Stingle. We forgot to mention in our last communication that our town can now boast another new Enterprise. Miss Cora Walker and miss Louisa myer have opened a millinery and dress making shop. In the millinery department will found All the newest and Nob Biest styles hats at prices to suit everybody. Dresses made Short notice in All the latest styles. This kind a store is what our people have Long been wanting. Now we have it. Let us All give them a Good share our Patron Ron age. I. O. Neer. Miscellaneous items. This country has one lawyer to every 900 its population. The visible Supply wheat is now less than at any time since 1s82. New goods at new York Cash store in room formerly occupied Minnig amp Gooding. 38w4 the convicts Tennessee Are leased for the next six years to a corporation for $100,000 per annul. No shoddy goods sold at w. C. Sutton amp cons the old reliable clothiers and hatters. 38wl exportation United states machinery into Mexico grew from $462,384 Worth in 1ss0 to �4,000,000 in 1887. Why two prices for shoddy clothing when you can buy reliable clothing w. C. Sutton amp co., at honest prices. Mrs. Thomas Ferrell Carroll co. Visited at the residence s. Moore and other acquaintances this week in this City. Or. William Waddington Philip and Annie Waddington left tuesday for Rosemond ills., to visit relatives. By a collision the race track at the East Palestine o., fair the 13th instant the two horses Cuya hoga chief and Sunshine were both killed. That a it. Lebanon Ohio Patriot whisky sets the Tongue Loose and when the Tongue Waggett the fool begins to dance. Having erected in front our flouring Mill a new and first class set Scales we respectfully invite the Public to share their patronage with us. The location is Handy and we can always found at the Mill. 3gtf Billett amp Miller. Choice land for Sale. A part the Well known Rezin Myers farm at Sandyville station. For terms and particulars enquire m. E. Smith 212 test Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. 40w8 while flaxseed has receded from the High Price level a few weeks ago it still Sells for fairly Good figures around $1,25 01,30 per Bushel in Chicago. The Selling value is controlled largely the linseed Oil Trust. The Deacon knows. From Gilmore. One the most pleasant events the time was the reunion the survivors the Battle Chickamauga the old Battle ground last thursday and Friday. Union and Confederate veterans met and formed a permanent organization and resolved to ask Congress to Purchase the Field Battle which they propose to erect monuments. Each the constitutions the five new states in one form another recognizes the right woman to suffrage. North Dakota South Dakota Idaho and Washington have each granted school suffrage Toad Lotsof that sex Montana gives them the right to vote local questions provided they Are tax payers while Washington and South Dakota will submit the question unrestricted woman suffrage to the voters. Interested people. Advertising a Patent Medicine in the Peculiar Way in which the proprietor Kempis Balsam for coughs and colds does is indeed wonderful. He authorizes All druggists to give those who Call for it a Sample bottle free that they May try it before purchasing the Large bottles Are 50c and $1. We certainly would advise a trial. It May save you from consumption. A dig in the ribs received too late for our last Issue. J . Editor please oblige giving room to this my first correspondence to your valuable paper which is considered one the Best in the i am Only 14 years old but if these items Are acceptable i will write again the 23d september . And mrs. Woodard started a trip to Kansas to visit relatives. Mrs. Mary Murphy wife sex treasurer Joseph Murphy after a Long visit in the West returned Home the 19th ult. On the 28th ult., mrs. And . Abraham Cappel were surprised a family re Union. While at work All their children and grand children and a number neighbors and friends poured in upon them. An elegant dinner was soon spread the daughters and daughters in Law. Grandpa and grandma Cappel took their seats at the head the table with All their grand child Ren 1g in number seated around them All under the age ten years and All Able to feed themselves. After dinner Many presents were Given to the grand parents. Among the Nice presents was a silk dress to mrs. Cappel and a Gold watch to . Cappel. Then followed appropriate remarks and prayer. The party then dispersed after wishing the old couple a Long and Happy life and a reunion with their family in heaven. There is quite an excitement among our people account the Atlantic Oil and Gas company leasing nearly All the land in this Vicinity for the purpose Boring for Oil and Gas. A test Well is to bored and if Gas is found Many others will put Down. The township school building this township is now finished. Pupils who wish to study higher branches will attend there. We expect a Largo attendance. There is no teacher hired but one other township can boast such a school building As ours. Ii. L. R. From m com Erst own. If the right Side and lower part the diaphragm though playfully meant and delivered is calculated to evoke profanity from a Chappy whose liver is out order. When that Region is sore and congestive pokes seem fiendish. Look at a Many a countenance Ere you prod him under the ribs. If his skin and eyeballs have a Sallow tinge you May infer also that his Tongue is furred his breath Apt to sour that he has pains not Only beneath his ribs but also under the right shoulder Blade. Also that Iii bowels Are irregular and his digestion impaired. Instead making a Jocose demonstration his ribs recommend him to take and steadily persist in taking Hostetter a stomach bitters the finest anti Billious and alterative Medicine extant. Incomparable is it also for dyspepsia rheumatism nervousness kidney trouble and fever and ague. Iy40w4 mrs. Annie grim Terra haute Indiana is visiting friends and relatives in this place. Mrs. Maud Mulvane who is teaching school at port Washington spent sunday with her parents. Mrs. Grace Domer and Little son Adamsville Are visiting her parents . And mrs. T. Erwin. Mrs. Reast and daughter Eunice left tuesday for a visit with friends in the West. Or. Neil Mercer Bowerston ind. Is Home for a visit to his parents. Quite a number our citizens will attend the Coshocton county fair this week. Miss Ella Mccleary is Home from new Philadelphia a visit. Some our citizens will attend the exposition at Pittsburg next week. There is some talk a Street fair Here in the near future. Charley Culp has left Here for Colum bus where he will work at his Trade. Miss Hattie Pratt has returned Home from Columbus where she has been spending the summer. Now a word about the coming elec Tion i think every Democrat should vote the straight ticket from beginning to end. I understand there Are schemes to defeat Eli Benfer for representative which every Democrat should watch and see that the republicans done to carry out. I have personally known Benfer for Twenty years and have Al ways known him to a straight for Ward Man and a sound Democrat and would always found battling for the interest the party. Now democrats old Tuscarawas vote for Benfer our old Friend the candidate for Sher Iff Why should a Democrat scratch him ? he who has always been a democratic worker and looked after the interest his party and will make a Good sheriff and i think that any Democrat that would scratch his name would doing wrong. O. I. A. A. It. Vernon Banner it was Deacon Richard Smith who made the remark that if governor Foraker was renominated for a third term Quot his political Throat would Cut from ear to marriage licenses granted. Chas. Matthys to Catharine m. Feller Henry Heler to Rachel Simmons. Seward l. Helmick to Flora e. Mathias. John Brien to Susan Whitwer. Joshua Lewis to Eliza Kelly. John a. Hart to Emily ii. Galbraith. Thomas h. Watkins to Emma t. Treacle. Epoch. From Dundee. The transition from Long lingering and painful sickness to robust health Marks an epoch in the life the individual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory and the Agency whereby the Good health has been attained is gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so much is heard in Praise electric bitters. So Many feel they owe their restoration to health to the use the great alterative and tonic. If you Are troubled with any disease kidneys liver stomach Long Short standing you will surely find Relief use electric bitters. Sold a 50c and $1 per bottle. Drunkenness liquor habit. Or. Or. H. Rainsberger wife and baby Bowerstown Are spending a few Days at the residence her parents . And mrs. G. Y. Springer West main Street. Mrs. Frank Hill Canton is also listing parents and friends Here. Mrs. W. Stout and miss Matilda c. Kanagy this place were visiting relatives and friends at Wooster last week. Albert Crise who has been living at Akron this summer has returned Home to attend school this Winter. Quot berth is one our brightest scholars and a favorite among his associates. Dan. Wetter left this morning for stands Ohio where he expects to administer knowledge dissolved in Quot Birch Oil a to the growing generation this Winter. Last saturday was the birth Day James b., the oldest son sex commissioner j. Ii. Benfer. Some his friends proposed to celebrate the occasion and the result was a grand Surprise party in the evening. All who were present confess that the time was enjoyably spent and the party a decided Success in every particular. Charley Willour our genial Section Boss is the happiest Man m town. He says his ways Are now ways pleasantness and his paths Are paths peace division under his care seems two Miles Shorter his men Are one third faster the Days seem one half Shorter All is peace and happiness everywhere All because a Little Quot dishwasher a has made its Home at his House. Our hand Charley. Or. Frank Schwann and Sisters Minnie and Jessie and miss Kate Kanagy attended Forepaugh show at Massillon last Friday and expect to spend a week visiting relatives at that place. Some our folks expect to take in the Coshocton fair this week. Our schools open next monday. Small boy mad. U. B. Still. Real estate transfers compiled in the office the recorder deeds e. B. Westhafer to we. E. Floyd lot 3, Uhrichsville $100. We. I. Mccausland to s. A. Romig lot 6, Uhrichsville $200. Maurice Moody to j. C. Cross lot 27, Dennison $175. We. Hill to John w. Schwitzer lot 3, new Philadelphia $75. B. Luccock to we. C. Mccone Aughey 3 acres Oxford $200. B. Luccock to Addison c. Hursey 6 acres Oxford $300. G. W. Fawcett to Ezra Fawcett lot 4g, Gilmore $100. We. E. Beck to Simon j. Beck 3-8 acre Goshen $800. Jane g. Of Donnell to Clara j. Of Donnell 82 acres Mill $1,435. E. Ann Wise to we. Sattler 4 64-100 acres Fairfield $185.g0. We. H. Roby to Joshua Leggett 103 3-5 acres Union $4,657.50. The Zoar society to Mary Mccreery lot 4, Valley City $85. Abraham w. Patrick to Lewis Buss 41 34-100 acres Jefferson $905. Outrage at Audi. In All the world there is but one cure Haines Golden specific. It can Given in a cup Tea Coffee without the knowledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking their own free 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 october 12tli. Last week during the temporary absence himself and wife a gang toughs went to the House a peaceable coloured Man named Jim West who resides in suburban Quot Hellas half acre a took their children from bed and car riled them out without clothing and proceeded to demolish the household articles and tear Down the House making a Complete wreck it. Two White men named Charles Green and George Sti Nard have been arrested and More arrests will follow. Great waste Money. Troy Democrat the splendid Foraker Fina Ciering is shown in the enormous and shameful Price they paid for the printing the Ohio soldiers roster. The enquirer shows that it has coat the state so far $160,000, and the time it is completed it will Cost $250,000. This for copying and printing the 318,-180 names Ohio a soldiers a work which ought to done for $50,000. In this one matter Foraker a splendid Fina Ciering will an extra expense to the state $200,000. Their business Rooming probably no one thing has caused such a general revival Trade at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store As their giving away to their customers so Many free trial bottles . Kings new discovery for consumption. Their Trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs colds asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung diseases quickly cured. You can test it before buying getting a trial bottle free Large size $1. Every bottle warranted. Married Rev. R. Keyes at Lockport o., october 2, 1889, Lorain c. Rickard and miss Susan Metzger. Pittsburgh exposition. Last cheap excursion via the Pennsylvania lines. The exposition will close october 19th, the last cheap excursion via Pennsylvania lines will run thursday october 17th, and excursion tickets including admission to the exposition will sold at the rate $2.50 from new Philadelphia to Pittsburgh Good returning until saturday october 19th. The canal Dover papers Are having a Rich time defending and vindicating the school Board in regard to the contract for the new school building. As Long As the editors Are getting paid for it the line they can stand it. Died. Atlanta City n. J., ocl 3. W. Ii. Watson Leetonia Ohio died suddenly this morning apoplexy in his cottage Here. The deceased was the founder the Leetonia reporter and at various periods in life acted As editor the Louisville Mutual Aid new Philadelphia Argus and Dover weekly dealer. The deceased edited the new Philadelphia times for a period about six months in 1886, and worked the Ohio Democrat for a time in 1887-8. Michigan a peach crop is reported Short this year but apples Are abundant. At the opera House october 12th�? Minnie Milne and George Edgar in the powerful one act emotional drama prudence Rudd followed their new three act farce comedy entitled old Toni s Ward. Read the following opinions the press a a he made the part sympathetic surcharging it with deep feeling and he quickly won and steadily held tie pit tying and Loving interest the audience. The effect was electrical. The Climax in the last act is a William Winter in Nev York Tribune. Quot he plays it unlike Robinson Whiting and wins the sympathy the audience from Start to Howard jr., in Boston Globe. A emr. George Edgar was magnificent. He is a True artist. A a Atlanta Constitution. Done to forget the Date october 12th. Prices�?25, 35 and 50 cents. Seats Sale at Bowers amp Yeagley a. Quot miss Milne made her debut in Quot old tonics Ward and scored a West end critic. A a no word ours can overdraw his splendid portrayal the part. A thorough conscientious artist. A a Chattanooga tenn., times. Quot those present largely enjoyed the drat a As presented. Miss Milne fairly captivated the audience her rendering Plain Standard. News about town. It is the current report about town that Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who Are troubled with coughs sore Throat asthma bronchitis and consumption. Any druggist will give you a trial bottle free Cost. It is guaranteed to relieve and cure. The Large bottles Are 50c and $1. For Sale cheap. Farm 91 acres situated in Rush township within three Miles two railroads Good new House and other buildings Well improved. Also 50 acres Good Hill land situated within two Miles Uhrichsville. For further information Call w. Ii. Westhafer Tracy Tuscarawas co., 14tf lost strayed stolen. From my stable in new Philadelphia Ohio the night saturday., september 28, 1889 a Black horse Colt nearly three years old. A Liberal Reward will paid to any person who will return him to me. 40w2 Jas. A. Ric aads. Latest fall and Winter styles menus boys and children a clothing at w. C. Sutton amp cons. Prices always the lowest. 38w4

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