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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 23, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published eve by thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your payor solicit d. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches., six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . 8 1 00 82 00 8 3 00 8 5 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 october 23, 1890. Number 43. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1890. Going East. Stations. M ail express local. Leave new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 00 . 1 00 . Canal Dover. 6 35 a a 210 a a 110 a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 215 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 46 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 810 a a 2 51 a a 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 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3.55 a a Alliance. 10 00 a a 4 25 a a. Cleveland. 1250 . 6 35 a a. Wellsville. 1210 a a 4 50 a a Bellaire. 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 45 . Bellaire. 4 40 110 10 a. Wellsville. 8 15 i 2 40 i. Cleveland. 8 00 1 15 Alliance. 10 25 i 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 1 4 15 i 7 id . Minerva. 111 03 4 25 j 7 25 Oti Ida. 11 12 1 1 36 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 15 Waynes Buryj. Ill 28 1 5 00 8 55 Nolia. U 33 5 07 1 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 -17 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 55 10 10 canal Dover. 12 la 6 00 la 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 6 to 11 00 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday october 23, 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5, Coo ass the new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advances1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 the Rich Many a candidate. A remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication to the times. Democratic state ticket. All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect Ai Alliance with trains the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to j. F. Milar agent new Philadelphia Ohio. For Secretary state Hon. Til and. E. Cromley Pickaway county. For supreme judge Hon. George b. Okey a Franklin county. Board Public works Hon. Leopold Keifer Miami county. For congressman fourteenth Dis James w. Owens Licking county. Strict Joseph woo general manager. Pittsburgh. A. E. A. Ford. Gen. Pas. Age to Cleveland and Marietta Ray. In effect May 11, 1890. Going South. Stations. Going North. For member state Board equalize at a. Milton Turner Guernsey count. Democratic county ticket. No. 5. 1 no. 3. No. 11 no. 2 no. 4 500pmi 1115am a Cleveland. 230 pm 612 658 1230pm 128 pm Quot a i Akron. Canton. 114 1223100 745 745 am 210 Toledo. 620 Laval my artl45a& 700 pm 805 253 540 canal Over 1122 635 815 303 t550 1urner a. 1112 6�?~25 820 825 309 315 555 600 Blackband. Not 6 Philipsburg in 1020 015 335 327 611 won s1047 002 555 843 337 620 630 no motown k 4o 352 347 Post boy. 1029 545 858 354 f637 Guernsey. 1022 538 903 359 642 Kin Bolton. 1017 5 3 912 409 051 Millers. 1008 523 819 415 653 Oldham a. 1001 516 925 425 702 724 Cambridge. 955 510 441 454 by Ersilie 932 453 737 l t pleasant 919 440 500 743 Glenwood. 913 433 506 749 Ava. 907 427 516 526 533 759 Belle Valley 858 413 809 315 Caldwell. Dudley. 848 838 408 358 510 821 South Olive 832 352 545 $827 834 Dexter City 827 347 552 Macksburg 020 340 559 841 Elba. 813 332 012 853 Warner. 759 318 622 903 Whipple. 849 �?�308 637 643 918 Stanley. �?o33 it 253 924 Cay Wood. 727 247 700 940 Marietta. 710 230 140 pm 1043 la Parks by 225 1 a done to Stop. Flag stations. Trains no. 2 and no. 5 run daily and carry through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore and Washington. Through coaches trains no. 2, 3, and 5 Between Marietta Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with cd. A a. T. A 0. C. Sex. Ity.,. Z. A 0. R., and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b. Amp 0. East and West at Newcomerstown with . A St l. East and West at canal Dover with c. L. A. And c. A p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. A l. E. And Valley by. W k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 �3" trains depart from Alliance As follows Central time for probate judge Jasper h. Mitchell Dover. For clerk courts John c. Donahey Perry. For recorder Hugh t. Minn is Goshen. For prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick Goshen. For county commissioner Adam Miller Oxford. For Surveyor Oliver h. Hoover Goshen. For infirmary director James m. Porter Mill. For Coroner Bazil d. Downey Goshen. The Farmers journal this week gives fourteen reasons Why . Burry should be elected. We mention three four for the information the Public no. 2�?�?o he is a Large tax payer and in sympathy with those who Large taxes i a take notice Allye poor people / you Are not deserving sympathy according to the above reason and this comes too through . Burry a Organ. The inference is that you can go to hades when Burry is elected but he would like your votes All the same. No. 9�?�?o lie pays More taxes in a year than those less deserving have Ever yes be poor people . Burry is Well off financially which is All rights but he made it off the poor people merchandising. Is he any More entitled to your vote that account than Mitchell . Mitchell is an honest poor Man and pays taxes in proportion to what he is Worth. The weeks doings. Three Gas All the week. The Mckinley a a Boodle is afloat in the land. Sixty seven free tickets were furnished for new Philadelphia and 100 for Dover to republicans to attend the Boss Reed meeting at Medina saturday. Quite a number availed themselves the Opportunity from this town. Boss Quay Dud Ley a blocks business to be repeated in Ouray joining counties. Democratic Farmers Are being hired with their teams by Mckinley Boodle at $5 per Day to haul voters to the polls with a Promise a so much per head for All votes secured for there never was a bolder attempt to influence voters than is being practice in the Mckinley District. The a fat Fried out the Nanu Saetur ers and the trusts is the Power behind the throne. The present Tariff Laws Only tend to increase the Trust business. For instance putting the Low Grade sugar such As is not used until it goes through the refiners hands the free list Only fatten the Trust and does not cheapen the Domestic article. This the Mckinley Bill does. Senator plumb s views. The $3,000 township House is under headway. Charles Holmes will Herer after work in the Dennison shops. Mrs. Daniel Korns gave a ten party last wednesday evening. Custer Brothers last Friday sold Over $500 Worth cloaks. John l. Campbells Little daughter Cora is ill Scarlet rash. Pipe works will be sold under the Hammer. Stockholders cannot agree. The rolling Mill at Dover is being re Modded and enlarged. Large orders to be filled. The blast Furnace at canal Dover is now running Day and night. Has lately been repaired. Lee Price lost his $50 red setter dog monday. His whereabouts Are still unknown to him. Joseph Hart wife and son port Washington were the guests mrs. S. B. Flora tuesday. When you see a Man walking up the Beach in a barrel it May the presumed he has had bad Luck with his clothes. They claim that F. Bash has a a a Quick stepper a in shape a yearling Colt which is said to have trotted a mile in 3 20. Some the neighbors East front Street have gone so far a3 to enter into litigation Over a dog which had bitten a Little boy belonging to Dory Erwin. County commissioners should order electric lights placed in the dome the court House. It would be a grand thing As the time could be seen More distinctly and at same time a greater distance. The weeks doings. G. G. G comedy co. The g. G. G. Comedy co. Carry a band and orchestra and give a first class entertainment. Me Donahey now has charge the John Walker meat establishment and will be pleased to meat you All. George Andersons double team ran away last saturday from being scared at an engine. Nothing damaged. A refrigerator in first class condition Good size. Will be sold cheap. Of. Information Call at the times office. To rent a 11 room House cellar Cistern City water grate fires and sprinkler for Street about october first. Inquire at clerks office. 33tf for cheap rates and Quick time going West Call address j. F. Milar agent Cleveland amp Pittsburgh Ray new new Philadelphia Ohio. 34tf the autumnal service will be held in the m. E. Church next sunday at 10 30 a. Responsive readings music recitations Etc. All Are invited. He dealt a horses and cattle and feed and head heard i wanted a a Muley a so he wrote a a if a first class mule you need please done to forget yours Points about people. Lew Wallick is Home from Chicago. John Smith moves into his new House this week. Miss Kate Patrick is visiting in Chicago. _ mrs. C. C. Welty is in Chicago visiting. Andy Ness. Crawford is bed fast bilious Ham Skinner Cleveland was in town last David Newton will go to Canton saturday a Short pleasure visit. Or. Skinner and wife Are visiting their daughters in Pueblo Colorado. Mrs. We. Jimmeson has been indisposed for a few Days overworked. John Wensel returned from a business and pleasure trip East last week. C. W. Mitchner wife and family Salt Lake City Are visiting Here. An interesting letter from tie great common sense senator. We understand that Fletcher Douthitt has his Eye open for common pleas judge. According to the Farmers journal this week . Burry is the Rich Many a candidate . Burry is that True has the a a reverend a a put his foot in it a by playing the part a Burchard f no. 1. 9. 11. 3. No. 8. 14. 4. 10. 20. 6. Going West fast Linet 2-30 Chicago express. �?�10-20 mail. T ?-20 mail express. 4-50 going East fast line 3-45 a a accommodation <>->>0 a 111 mail. 3-10 fast express. 9-10 Day expressfl0-30 Alliance accommodation 2-45 we miss our guess greatly if the attitude Goshen town slip democrats toward Jasper Mitchell does not place them in a a a Hole when their township has a candidate that will be hard to extricate themselves from. The principal defection exists in and was begun in Goshen township. Better Stop before you come to the Brink. Trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a a 12-45 . And 2-30 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown aty-50 a a 4-30 and 8-00 . Note no. 2 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running trains apply to the ticket agent Alliance Ohio. A daily. Dally except sunday. T daily except monday. A a. Ford general pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The p. C. Amp St. Louis railway. A an handle route. Schedule taking effect june 15, 1890. It is now time that democrats were getting Down to hard work for the whole ticket. We have a ticket competent men from top to Bottom. Let us go to work now in Earnest and see that every Man is elected. Republicans say they Are going to elect three men the ticket. Democrats arc you ready to deliver up your party going West. Trains depart from the p. C. A St. Louis depot Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. H-95 a 111 accommodation. T 6-20 express. Express. 12-15 t 3-53 going East. Express. Express. Express. Accommodation 2-4> f 11-05 2-40 p 111 t 8-15 when messes. Burry and Barnhill were sending word to German democrats that Jasper Mitchell belonged to the Junior order United american mechanics and that this order is opposed to foreign born citizens a statement which is wholly untrue so far As Mitchell being a member they should have told that he barn ill is a member and had joined the order just before the convention. Or. Barnhill knows whereof he tenets the order. Speaks As to tin a everyday. Central time except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg Columbus Cincinnati Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trains East and West. For time tables rates fare through tickets and further information regarding t he running trains apply to ticket agent 1 chs Ville Junction Ohio. F a. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. Republican papers have been using the argument that . Burry has claims upon the people because he Speaks both the German and English that comes very Handy course but is not required in filling that office. But to those who consider that a necessary qualification we wish to say that . Mitchell can also speak the German language a fact which Many germans Tuscarawas county know personal knowledge by conversation with him. If you done to believe it try him. S he h a a it Ltd to i it >-2 it is co co t a 0 a a e. _ 0, 0 a at to 0 cd =4 s a a r it 10 a going North. Cleveland sex. Co s p c ,rhrh22�i no. 4. 10 25am 9 28 8 55 8 05 7 20 stations. A Cleveland a Peninsula. Akron. Canton. A Val a Jet la so 0 a no. 7. 500 pm 5 49 6 12 6 58 7 37 a i m no. 3. 1115am 1203pm 12 30 1 28 2 15 a i s h d w k cd s # co a a it As it a amp w it �?��?o5 5i e4 t3 a a co 3 co a 3 a 3 a i 3 for Sale trade�?160 acres Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property in near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call the editor the times. Of where is there a Democrat in Tuscarawas county who has done More for the democratic party than Jasper Mitchell when asked by his party to go and make a political speech he always did it. When asked to make a speech at any Public gathering at the dedication a Lodge he always responded. In fact he was a servant for the people. There is not an officer in any office in the county to Day but what has had the Hearty support Jasper Mitchell. Will you Reward his Merit a the postmaster general has decided that postmasters who fail to notify the publishers when the Suben Bers move away fail to take papers from the Post office shall be responsible for their subscription. This is All very Good but what we need most is some Means by which we can overtake and bring to punishment the Man who deliberately subscribes for a paper receives it for two three years and then departs from his Posto Tice residence for parts unknown either to the postmaster the publisher. That is the dead Point in the newspaper business we should like to see . Washington october 6. The following letter write by senator plumb to a Germantown a manufacturer has just been published. It is dated aug. 14 and says a i have yours the 3d. Do not give yourself any concern about my relations to the Republican party. Did you never before hear a Republican who Wras such notwithstanding he did not believe in the highest possible protective Tariff and in giving to the manufacturers everything they asked for if All those who believe with me were driven out the Republican party i beg you to take notice that it would not be a very powerful organization. It certainly would not carry Many the Western states. How do you account for the fact that a majority the Farmers new Jersey Delaware Connecticut and a Large proportion those Pennsylvania new York and Ohio Are democrats notwithstanding they live in the Shadow the chimneys for which extreme Protection is invited do you think the Tariff is More Ben fit to the people Kansas than it is to those Pennsylvania and Connecticut How does it happen that a majority the Farmers Indiana a great manufacturing state Are democrats i am myself in favor Protection but i believe we have gone far enough and whether wre have gone far enough not i insist that if a manufacturer wants More Protection he must demonstrate the necessity for it. This has not even been attempted but with an insolence which in itself Calls for rebuke the manufacturers and those who represent them have simply said we want it and that is enough. There has not been an argument which was Worth the name offered to show that higher Protection was needed. It is rather a poor commentary the american manufacturer that after having been Given the local Field for More than thirty years by High duties he is not Only still too weak to stand alone but too weak to even exist unless he gets still higher Protection than he has Ever had. 1 am open to conviction upon this As upon everything else but i cannot he driven and it happens at the present time if the indications which multiply every hand can be relied that a very Large majority the people Kansas Are with me. I get letters and telegrams from there by hundreds endorsing my course and All from republicans and i also get scores similar letters from the Eastern and Middle states. A is no to it quite possible now that a Man May be a Good Republican and a Good protectionist without taking the same view7 a particular duty which the manufacturers do Isnit it possible that a manufacturer who is to get the Cash in his pocket direct As the result the imposition a duty is liable to be warped somewhere by his self interest and Isnit it fair for the Consumers the United states to say in a Given Case that even if the duty May be necessary the Burden is greater than they ought to Bear a my judgment is the manufacturers Are making an Issue which is going to be hurtful to them As i also sincerely believe that the imposition the duties which they Are asking for will be hurtful to the country. If this sincere belief makes me other than a Republican then i have never known what the Republican party was. You quote messes. Mckinley and Reed to me they Are two eminent men but human beings and liable to be mistaken. May i not in opposition to that quote . Blaine to you May i also not quote to you the thousands republicans in the state Iowa who have left the party account its position the Tariff w7hereby that state instead giving 60,000 majority As it did in 18s0, is now in the doubtful column a a Wichita Eagle oct. 7th. There is no Verdigris other impurity in chases Barley malt whisky. It is Rich and nutritious and the Best All whiskies for family Aud medicinal purposes. Sold by a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia 40w4 been granted a Enoch has been Enoch Fribley has government position in government employ before and we believe gave entire satisfaction to All. All there is wrong with him he is not the right Side the Fence. For Sale a 70 acre tract Good land five Miles from new Philadelphia 45 acres Good coal�?4 it. Vein easy Access 2� it. Of Blackband Ore under 20 acres. Fair buildings Good Orchard Good Spring near the House. Liberal Price and terms easy. A bargain in it. Call at the times office. The Gibbeny Gordon amp Gibbeny comedy company Are Here and will remain All week. This company is first class and the plays rendered in excellent manner. Go and hear them at opera House. Popular prices. Change program every night. They also carry an excellent band and orchestra. Miss Minnie Congleton is visiting her sister mrs. Frank Mauk in Kansas. George Taylor ton socialist Cleveland was in town a few Days this we Eek. Charley Walton and mrs. Jacob officer were in Sandyville thursday. Jacob Degrief and daughter Lucy Are visiting relatives at Lima this week. Married by Rev. J. Keyes at the m. E. Parsonage oct. 18, Gilbert Waltz and miss Catharine e. Kate. On oct. 19, at the residence Frank Custer we. West and miss Sarah Drew Ett All new Phila. The new addition to new Philadelphia known As Oak Grove will be Laid out soon. Beautiful lots can be purchased in this addition at reasonable prices which will double in one year. For information this subject Call Geo. W. Bowers s. Moore. G. G. G. Comedy co. At opera House the entire week commencing monday evening oct. 20. This company played Here a week last season and gave Good satisfaction. The company is stronger this season. Prices 15, 25 and 35 cents. Tickets Sale at Halls. Albert Newton a Saloon keeper West Uhrichsville has a novel advertising card which he hands to his callers. Call and get one and done to fail to heed the commandments thereon. Those who indulge in the beverage will find Albert an orderly and Clever fellow. The contract for the buildings the new tile roofing factory was let tuesday to Rees Eberli Ardt. Work was begun to Day wednesday and will be pushed As fast As possible. A new Era is dawning upon new Philadelphia and a bustling Little City will be the compliment to new Philadelphia m the near future. Forced to leave Home. From Stillwater. Mrs. We. Wallace and daughter Willet pa., Are visiting relatives in the country. Homer Harmon South Bend ind., visited his sister Here mrs. B. P. Scott last week. Walter ii. Kirby a journalist Perrysville was the guest mrs. S. B. Flora monday. Our Deputy sheriff e. P. Degreif was at Steubenville Over sunday business. D. C. Gentsch and family Missouri will remove to this City sometime this week. Or. Lytle wife and daughter Cornelia have returned from their visit to Chicago. Mrs. C. C. Welty has returned from a visit to her sister mrs. Rire Beng in Chicago. A great Many people from Here went to Medina saturday to hear some great speaking. John l. Kennedy went to Pueblo Colorado last week. His son ed., is there lying ill Mountain fever. Fannie Campbell Boston will spend the Winter with her Uncle Geo. Dearborn and family Here. Received too late for last week seeding done and the Farmer is wrestling with the sturdy Corn stalk while he smilingly says a lots better la i thought. We Are glad to learn that . Exley who was caught by a rolling log a Short time since and seriously injured is convalescing. Father Edie is still poorly trouble tending to apoplexy. Othie Baker has rented the old Cabin mrs. Houks farm. A Squire rankings appointment for last monday night at the school House was recalled account inclement weather and will be monday evening oct. 20. The Squire seems anxious to organize a Grange Here. Mrs. Maggie Exley attended a Surprise for her Mother mrs. Williamson near new Phila., last thursday. Miss Clema Sproull will attend the Public school Tascio this e. E. Utterback teacher at pleasant Grove gave us a report his examination for the month ending oct. 3d. Misses Zena Latto and Bertha Reed were the successful contestants for highest average Grade said Grade being 85. Considering the lists we think this a Good Grade. We know they Are not playthings. Who will win next month . T. G. Gordon has purchased a lot just opposite the Lima Church and a new House will soon Mark the site. Lost one our most respected friends last tuesday Rev. Williams pastor the m. E. Church at pleasant Grove solemnized the rite marriage Between . Jesse Barkley and miss Della Worbs at tue residence the Bride. As they two Are now one the question is which have we lost the same evening the Happy couple took their departure for Cleveland. Returning Home at noon saturday they were greeted by a number their friends at . Barkley a where had assembled to assist in the annihilation the Gay repast which had been prepared for the occasion. Jess and Dell have Many friends All whom Are anxious to offer congratulations. You a had Orter seeded. Lafferty at that dinner. No one will now deny the fact that de. Is an expert operator with a a Turkey leg . George has taken Possession his new Home. Messes. Plotts and Yarnell will soon Complete their work at the Bridge. J. H. Worbs one our genteel Young men has gone to Cleveland to try his fortunes As ail assistant Book keeper. C. G. Houks genial smile beamed among the Happy group at . Barkley son saturday. Father Campbell the a Berry Man a is going to erect a new mansion Lor the old a a mar this fall. A Short time since the dogs made a raid a flock 40 sheep belonging to John Young and killed 38, one the others being wounded. Give us just a Little More dog tax please. Will u. Read. Court common pleas. Proceedings. Appointment guardian Adlite. Julia Peter v Logan Machan. Jury trials. Ohio complaint Catharine Groff v Frank Schmidt verdict guilty $400.00 maintenance judgment. Ohio complaint Lucy a. Hildt v James b. Gray verdict guilty $400.00 maintenance judgment recognizance forfeited. George w. Tope v Norman Meese it Al verdict for plaintiff $437.68. Ohio complaint Cora Peters v James Lonkard verdict guilty $300 maintenance. John l. Worth v Henry Brog verdict for defendant. Plaintiff to plead. Thomas e. Beans v Tuscarawas Coal company. George w. Belcher Assignee v Christ. Roth. Dismissed. J. H. Barnhill v Julia h. White. Defendant to plead. James Fivecoat v Simon Rupert it Al. Divorce. Minnie Sylvan v Jacob Sylvan. Judgment for plaintiff. Reymer Brothers v Gilbert c. Hoover it Al. Smith a Curtis v Gilbert c. Hoover it Al. From Blakes Mills. Real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds 150 400 from port Washington. Opened to the Public a boarding House in the Degreif property just opposite the m. E. Church by s. E. Ilor Wisberger. Also a restaurant and Saloon in connection. Your patronage solicited. 41 w4 prof. B. J. Bechtel a teacher vocal and instrumental music from Wooster Ohio has become a citizen our City. His place business will be found at j. C. Joss Jewely store. The professor is a Young Man More than Ordinary musical Talent and a gentle Man in every sense the word. For anything in his line you will do Well to consult him. Robot Mcmillan our horse Trainer has in his Possession a a George a a a ing stallion three years old. It is claimed by All horsemen that he is one the greatest Young pacers known in the country. A a Bob a understands training a horse and next year you May expect to see a goer. He has no equals As he has pulled a cart one fourth a mile inf thirty two seconds. Who can Down him ? prof. Jean Paul Niles by request will give a complimentary concert october 31st, in the lutheran Church. He will be assisted by several his pupils albeit Senhauser and Jessie Knisely the Well known Cornet and violin soloists m is. Hardesty and daughter miss Florence miss Bernice Kail Uhrichsville mrs. Netta Flora read messes. Cooper and Richards this City and others. It is hoped they will be greeted with a Large audience. Usual prices. The marriage William West and Sarah Drewett was consummated sunday evening by Rev. Keyes at the residence Frank cu3ter, North Broadway. The affair was witnessed by Only a few relatives and immediate friends after which a bounteous repast was served. They left the evening Street car for the West fair Street where a new Home had been prepared by the Groom. They have the Best wishes the Community. A family reunion was held at the residence Catharine Myers near Stras Burg last tuesday. Those present were Fred Snyder and wife and George Myers and son Van Wert county mrs. Phoebe Bash Brush Colorado Rudolph Kapuzky and wife Daniel Maybaugh and wife miss Catharine Myers Daniel Myers and wife Stark county Charles Myers and wife Newcomerstown Henry Myers and wife Jacob Myers and wife sex county treasurer John Myers and mrs. Catharine Myers has passed her eighty first year and her health is remarkably Good. Her husband died in 1878, at the age 72 years after a lingering illness. On the following Day they concluded to have a family group and went to the photograph gallery John Strickmaker at canal the Brothers and Sisters in one group and the Brothers and Sisters in Law in an other. At the reunion an elegant repast was served and a most enjoyable time was bad. Over 50 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call at their druggists for a free trial package lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Call any druggist to Day for a free Sample this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Every one likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. 16yl mrs. Anderman and mrs. Beatty will spend the Winter months in the West with relatives. Mrs. John Dougal and her Niece Sadie Mckenzie returned from a pleasure visit to Chicago relatives last week. Mrs. Phoebe Bash and daughter Brush Colorado Are visiting her aunt mrs. John Myers. Morley Williams East Liverpool is visiting relatives and friends in this City prior to his removal to Kentucky. From Washington township. Democratic meetings. The democratic executive committee has arranged meetings As follows at Lannings school House in Perry township Friday evening october 31. Speakers by special request m. V. Ream and j. D. T. Bold. At Shanesville saturday evening october 25th. Speakers a. W. Patrick and m. V. Ream. At Ankney school House october 24th, in the evening. Speakers a. A. D. Richards and d. O. Webster. At Newcomerstown october 24th, in the evening. Speaking by Hon. J. A. Buchanan. At Bolivar november 1st. Speakers j. W. Yeagley and j. F. Wilkin. At Strasburg november 1st. Speakers a a. A. Hostetler and m. V. Ream. Tie pulpit and tie stage. Rev. F. Shrout pastor United Brethren Church Blue Mound Kansas says a a i feel it my duty to Tell what wonders . Kings new discovery has done for me. My lungs were badly diseased and my parishioners thought i could live Only a few weeks. I took five bottles . Kings new discovery and am sound and Well gaining 26 pounds in Arthur love manager loves funny folks combination writes a a after a thorough trial and convincing evidence i am confident . Kings new discovery for consumption beats Mem All and cures when everything else fails. The greatest kindness i can do my Many thousand friends is to urge them to try it. Free trial bottles at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. Rain and mud predominates. Silas Berkshire and family Are visiting friends in port Washington. Mrs. B. Has but recently recovered from a severe malarial illness. George Yores late from Missouri died at his residence near Hartwood Friday oct. 17. His remains were interred in Centenary cemetery. Deceased leaves a Large family to Battle for the necessities life. Medil Bear is at present teaching singing school at Wesley Chapel. Or. Bear is a skilful vocal music expounded and his approximate Worth can hardly be overestimated he being not Only proficient in notes but also in apog Giatra and the finer acquirement the Art. We were pleased to meet our Friend miss Lilly Finney from Albany in Gilmore a few Days ago. Her fastidious physiognomy brings Sunshine in our midst. The works our Board education seems to be but a Medley Hasty conclusions met with by a farrago Public censure. An observer. Or. Nelson is quite ill with the grip. Has been confined to his bed for Over two weeks. Jonas Bremer who was kicked by a horse three months ago is Able to sit up. Rev. Oerter Gnadenhutten delivered an interesting Sermon to a Large audience last sunday evening. Harry Sperling was Home last Friday evening. Mrs. De. Hass and daughter Zanes Ville Are visiting at the residence Adam Glazer. Mrs. Dellon from Iowa who is visiting in port reports having seen George Snyder the Long lost brother mrs. H. H. Porter this place. George has always been counted As one that was dead having left for the West some 20 years ago and has not been heard from since until mrs. Dellon reports him alive. Mrs. We. Riley spent last week visit ing her son at West Lafayette. Quite a number cases typhoid fever Are reported in this place. Jack Moore Gnadenhutten while pitching for the port boys broke his . Young who is Home from Cleveland o., for the Winter pitched for the Gilmore boys. The score was 6 to 5 in favor Gilmore. J. C. Rhodes and wife Columbus Are visiting with his sister Clara Rhodes. Old Salt. J a Slingluff to Mary t Hammer lot 396, Dover. $ 300 we m Lucas to t b Smith lots 10 and 11, 5 17-100 acres Uhrichsville.16,500 Ellen and Thos f Smith to we l Davis 3 7-100 acres Sandy 1,650 Maurice Moody to s Brooks a acre Dennison. 200 n t Guthrie to Samuel p Guthrie 1 a acres Mill. 2,845 s p Guthrie to Nettie j Guthrie lot 351, Uhrichsville. 500 Louisa Eggenberg to Alexander Mahaffey lot 77, Gnadenhutten we h Gorsage to Joseph Alles House lot 24, Dover. Joseph Welty to we z Burton lot 12, new Philadelphia .140 Henry Davy to Henry s Odbert 8 63-100 acres Fairfield. 862 Philip Shaffer to Joseph Alles Louse lot 25, Dover. 225 Isaiah j Harris Assignee to Fred Andreas 113 11-20 acres sugar creek5,936.21 c e Sattler to Clarissa Kerr lot 26, Mineral. 1,000 Thomas Moore to Mary Jones \ acre Goshen. 1.00 John Billett to Eliza Powell part lot 483, new Philadelphia. 1,050 John w Carr to Earnest Gieser lot 4, Dover. 350 Wesley minor to Harvey l minor lots 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27, Dover. Magdalena Weidman a a to August Stahleker lot 5, Dover. 1,008 1,390 notice to Hunters trespassers. Improvements Are going Here but rather slower than elsewhere. The electric lights illuminate our Crossings and a few other a a prominent places but our school and Church buildings Are left in the dark. Some us had better Light after night before we got the dazzlers. There should be a few More lights put up so that the tax payers would have the Benefit a lighter Light As Well As a heavier tax. The methodist congregation has a new pastor and the people speak Well him but How Long he will stay remains to be seen. The a latter Day saints had better keep mum they will be swept Down and out. It does not savor much Christian Charity when ministers different denominations Sling hot shot at each other. Consistency is a rare jewel and is hard to find sometimes even in religious societies. Of course this is none our bus iness and that is the reason we mention it. Several new houses were built in town this summer but our streets and sidewalks need improving very much and which could be done without extra. Outlay if each property owner was required to Lay a Brick pavement in fron his own residence. Why does no our town Council make such a move we Are sure an ordinance to that effect would result in an increase the valuation property and would be Worth much More than it Cost in that it would make our streets passable and More convenient for citizens and sojourners. If we want Lockport to be a place where wealthy men will invest their Money we certainly must improve its walks streets and Buik Didgs. Make it attractive and then it will be sure to be a larger town in a Short time but neglect to improve it and it will remain the same old Lockport for the next three Hundred years. Sock Nix. From Shanesville. We the undersigned Farmers and land owners Stone Creek and crooked run valleys have found it necessary for Protection to our Stock and ourselves to publicly notify according to Law All persons that they Are forbidden to enter upon the lands any the undersigned parties for the purpose Hunting shooting. Any one found Hunting shooting trespassing the lands said parties without permission will be prosecuted to the full extent the Law Michael Lonzer Daniel Glazier j ii Dummermuth John Brenisen mrs. We. Orin departed this life oct. 9th. She was rendered perfectly helpless and speechless about 18 months ago by a paralytic stroke and was a constant sufferer up to the time her death. She was about 70 years old. Her remains were entered in the m. E. Cemetery saturday oct. 11th, Rev. Mrs. Runkle officiating. Peace unto her ashes. Mrs. Walter and family removed to Dundee last thursday. Sorry to see them leave. J. A. Fox and family moved Oganes last week where he will engage in business. Success to you Joe. Our enterprising Millers have erected a Standard scale the Public Square. Daniel s. Troyer this place who is taking a course in pharmacy at Ada was Home a few Days last week. He returned monday last to Complete the course. The series meetings conducted by mrs. Runko and Rev. Moody were brought to a close sunday evening. They were largely attended and we Hope will be productive much Good. Mrs. Moody started for Missouri last week to bring a couple her songs children Here. The Mother died a Short time ago. De. Miller has gone to Chili to work at his Trade Shoemaker. Last sunday evening . Edward Zahner took unto himself a partner for life in the person miss Mary Smith the fair daughter George Smith. The marriage ceremony was performed at the residence Rev. Selzer the reverend gentleman officiating. Long May they live and Prosper and May their cup Joy always be full to overflowing is the wish their Many friends. Let us hear More the Barnhill Burry combination. Such political rottenness and chicanery deserves to be fully and completely exposed. Occasional. Charles Henny Samuel Winkler we Walters we Beaber Francis Ankeny John putt John Wenger it h Roser n Rosenberry Benj Fisher Philip Baker Josiah Ankeny Aaron Shull Charles Murry Christian Mutti we Homrighausen. Philip Harman Abraham Walters Geo Fisher Gabriel Shull David Limbach s e Horrisberger George May e Maurer c sch Widerman Matthias Fisher George Reif Daniel crites Fred a Frutiger John Stucky Christian Fox 42w no More plural marriages from Tuscarawas. President Woodruff has a revelation Abol Ishing polygamy. From reaver dam. Notice to Hunters and trespassers. We the undersigned Farmers and land owners Oldtown Valley have found it necessary for Protection to our Stock and ourselves to publicly notify according to Law All persons that they Are forbidden to enter upon the lands any the undersigned parties for the purpose Hunting shooting. Any one found Hunting shooting trespassing the lands said parties without permission will be prosecuted to the full extent the Law Josephs. Helmick c w Wolfe s e Bair Solomon Beaber Adam Limbach Benton Shearer Leopold Fox Henry Beaber we Kinsey Daniel Bugher Simon Limbach lewi3t Kinsey Frederic Becker Henry Mcm Erter John Kasey Nicholas Spring Gottlieb Hertl in. Miss Eliza Lytle and a . Andrews Indiana were married last thursday. On tuesday last Milton Lytle and miss Smith new Hagerstown were married. The boys Gaye them a grand serenade and were treated kindly by the folks. We Are informed that . And mrs. Andrews will leave for their Home in Indiana soon. We Are sorry to lose mrs. Andrews from our neighbourhood As she was a very excellent Young lady. E. Waltz will go to Stone Creek next week to labor. We. Whitehair and Milton Lytle will commence their respective schools next monday. J. W. Ferris has moved to Smithville where he will Blacksmith Shoemake keep store Etc. We. Sundy is seriously ill. Mrs. Gilmore is very ill lung trouble. Henry Markly and family Scio were visiting at the residence e. Waltz last week. We know you. On and after this Date All schoo books will be Fuji sized with Holden a Patent Book Tyves free Cost. We Are sole agents these covers Aud can be had Onjo at Wells drug store 41 w4 new Philadelphia Our carpenters seem to be very Busy. John Prysi and Crew have finished their part the planing Mill put an addition to c. E. Cunning a stable and Are now working at s. A. Myers putting up a Corn crib &c., from there they go up to lock port. L. E. Romig and Crew Are about done at the Benner House and from there will go Over towards Edgefield and put up a House for Myers. Jacob Kratz is putting up an addition to Benj. Roth a House at Beidler. The Stone work is being done by Jno. Schumaker for Harry Lehn for a new House. The Brick property the Corner formerly owned by j. Blatter has changed hands Martin Lehn being the buyer. Consideration $3,500. Charley Warner has been the sick list quite awhile but we understand is getting better slowly. Typhoid fever. Clay Unger whom we made mention in our last is improving nicely. David Huber has bought the property where Rufus Roth formerly lived and is putting it in repair before moving into it. Initiation tuesday night in the . O. U. A. Two candidates to be admitted. Part the machinery has arrived for the new planing Mill. Mayor Romig has had several cases before him the past week. One for resisting an officer and the other assault and Battery. We understand Martin Lehn intends starting a hardware store in the Brick. Something we think which would be a great convenience and should be a Success. Jackson. From Stone Creek. Salt Lake City oct. 6. Wilford Woodruff president the mormon churches claiming to have had a revelation abolishing polygamy presented his manifesto to the conference in the Tabernacle to Day and it was unanimously adopted. A motion read by Bishop Whitney and supported by George q. Cannon declaring that Wood Ruff is the Only Man Earth authorized to receive revelations and that they accept his manifesto against plural mar nage Sas authorized from god and binding the people was unanimously. At the general conference the Church Jesus Christ latter Day saints this morning the official declaration pres i Dent Woodruff forbidding in future marriage in violation the Laws the land was read and the congregation numbering nearly 10,000 persons including the apostles Bishops and leading elders the Church by unanimous vote recognized the authority the president to Issue the manifesto and accepted it As authoritative and binding. George q. Cannon publicly announced his endorsement the manifesto and his recognition the supremacy Laws that had been declared constitutional by the supreme court the United states. The conference also adopted the original articles Faith among which is a we believe in being subject to Kings president rulers and magistrates in obeying honouring and sustaining the the action settles the vexed question and places an effectual bar against polygamy in Utah. It is the most important step taken by the Church for More than a Quarter a Century. Last Sabbath oct. 12th, the German evangelical United Friedens Church was dedicated. Although the weather was very bad and unfavourable a Large crowd had gathered at the Church to hear the sermons from the Able pastors that were present among whom were Rev. Shettler Massillon o., revs. Hildenbrandt and Schaffer canal Dover Rev. Kraft port Washington Rev. Shaffer Allegheny pa., and Rev. Lohman Stone Creek congregation. First service was held at 9 30 a. After service they adjourned for dinner which was Given by the ladies the congregation. After All had partaken this glorious repast they again assembled in the Church at 2 30 p. Services were held until 4 p. M., when they adjourned to meet at 7 p. In. Services were held until 8 clock when the congregation was dismissed by Rev. Lohman. All retired feeling that they had established a glorious work a House wherein they might worship god and save souls for the salvation their maker. The congregation desires to thank the ministers the gospel most heartily for their kind and benevolent services also to the choir canal Dover for their excellent music which was appreciated by All. They also desire to thank the Many for their valuable contributions for the purpose the Church. May they All live Long and receive blessings from him who hath All things in his Power is the wish Many. A member. Charles Engle East Ray Street is dangerously ill typhoid fever. 100 bushels soft Corn for Sale a in i quire at this office. 2t epoch. 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 by use electric bitters. Sold at tocts and $1 per bottle. Wall paper Sale at Wells drug store will be continued for next thirty Days. All Wall paper positively at Cost Wells drug store 41w4 new Phila., o

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