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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 24, 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 Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . On Inch. 8 1 00 8 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 5ft 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. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday october 24, 1889. Number 43. Business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia. Ohio. New Pabila Delphiia times. The weeks doings. John w. Nix a m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl a f. Tidrick House painting paper hanging White we t ing neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at Walton a Ackey s shoe store new Philadelphia. Ohio. March 23. 1389. H�n6 John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday october �?~44, 1889. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 j ii. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Samuel Moolten attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to Iii care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Lummel Block second Rio . Philadelphia times will be a Roii sized every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advance81.00 if not paid within three mods 1-50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 4j��?oaddress All matter intended for publication. To Tiik times. 1 Emo ratio ticket. 8alesmbu wanted to canvass for the Sale Nursery Stock steady employment guaranteed. and expenses paid to successful men. Apply at once stating age. Mention this paper. Chase blight ii us i Gill any. Rochester new York. Til dec 1�?< nit oct a it f 7 Quot Trp Cut the instalment plan a xxvi a jul a 1 a which you can sell our popular books payments savings 5ft cents a week will insure you Twenty times As Many sales As Cash deliveries without fail. Write immediately Lor particulars. Address a cum publish i no company. Cincin to a re Quot t7 i a Nati. Ohio v it 1 Bijj May 16, m 5 ii. 8. Amp a. P. 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 u. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc., sent free. Address it. So a. P Lacey Patent att is. Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T83yl 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. Wanted. Salesmen to introduce and sell our line Stock in their own write for our special terms to salesmen during the present season. Exclusive territory granted. Salary and expenses paid to Good men. Address at once Selover amp Atwood nurserymen Geneva new York. Get. 3, 5in for governor James e. Campbell Butler county. For lieutenant governor w. V. Marquis Logan. For supreme court judge 31. Follett Washington. For attorney general Jussi 31. Lewis Champaign. For state treasurer w. E. Roden Quot Guernsey. For state school commissioner Ltd. C. Miller Putnam. For supreme court clerk i. J. A sciioe3iakek, Seneca for Board Public works Frank Reynolds Hamilton. For senator in general Assembly a the and 19th districts John a. Buchanan Tuscarawas. For representatives in general Assembly David if. Troendly Eli r Benfer for treasurer Christian c. Forney. For sheriff Peter . For commissioner Edward b. Westina Feit. For infirmary director Ozias id Long. Subscribe for the times if you want a Good paper for $1. A Good All Wool shirt at $1.13, Worth $1.35, at the new Buffalo clothing store South Broadway. 42w3 boys cloth shirts at $1.13, Worth $1.35, at the new Buffalo clothing grand opening Friday the 18th. 42w3 the Premium list the Dover fair takes up considerable space this week and cuts Short the news department our columns. The finest selection ii ats Caps clothing and gents furnishing goods at the new Buffalo clothing store South Broadway. 42w3 the rapists Leonard and Banks received their sentences yesterday and sheriff Bowers left for columns with them this morning where Leonard will reside for 12 years and Banks 9. Or. Fred. Wenger will give the 8th november one his Schwinder fests in the rear his hotel. Or. Wenger keeps a no. 1 hotel and treats All the boys As gentlemen. A clean meal Means much. S Legal notice. Ham an Young whose residence is unknown is hereby notified that Harriet m. Voting Oil the 14th Day september. A. I. 1889, filed her petition in the com t common pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio charging him with adultery and absconding with a female whose name is unknown and praying that she May be Liv Oreed from him and have custody their minor children. And he is further notified that s id cause will be heard in said court after the expiration six weeks from the first Public in u Beret. H a lilt i it m. Young. Plaintiff. Dated sept. Is a. 1889. 38w7 it leads with agents everywhere. Pole to pole Tours round the world. The efforts the republicans to fasten the ballot Box fraud . Campbell reminds us an English proverb a Many go up for Wool and come Down having a larger Stock italian bees than i wish to keep i will sell a portion them at fair prices. They arc in tint class condition. Call the editor the times. Allen w. Thurman and Frank c. Dougherty will address the people Dover township Friday evening november 1st. Speaking will take place in the rink canal Dover. Thomas m. Leonard Pike run who has been in jail the charge j rape had his trial last week. He was i found guilty. The assault was made Little Anna Robertson lie will take up his abode in the Penitentiary this i week having received his sentence. A it Joseph Murphy Jefferson town ship will offer at Public Sale at his residence Friday nov. 8th, a lot horses cows reapers and mowers and a full line farming implements. Sale to commence at 9 clock a. M. Terms made known Day Sale. 42w3 october 24th and 25th, the Cleveland amp Marietta Ray will sell excursion tickets to Newcomerstown at the rate one and one third fare for round trip. This will give All who desire to attend the Street fair at Newcomerstown an Opportunity do so. 42w2 . Ii. Barnett an enterprising merchant has opened up a Nice Stock clothing and gents furnishing goods in the building . A. T. Raiff lately occupied by Fribley amp co., South Broadway. Or. Barnett is a Clever fellow and merits a share the Public patronage and we wish him Success. 42 w 3 we wish our patrons who Are in arrears would pay up to january 1, 1890. It is a big task and involves expense for us to go to every one to collect the renewal Price our paper. We shall Call those who fail to pay up which will necessitate our charging $1.50. The weeks doings. Sheriff Bowers took Martin Dix Mill township to the Asylum at Columbus saturday. Great bargains at the new clothing store ii. Barnett. New goods just arrived. Call and see our Stock before you Purchase elsewhere. 42w3 look out for the new Buffalo clothing store South Broadway in the Raiff building South end City Block . H. Barnett proprietor. 42w3 grand opening at the new Buffalo clothing store South Brodway Friday this week. Our prices defy Competition. Opening Friday the 18th. 42 w3 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 be found at the Mill. 36tf a Billett amp Miller. We called . Geo. Zahner while at Shanesville tuesday. He has opened up a firs class harness shop the Corner the Public Square where you can get harness saddles Robes blankets whips and any thing in that line at reasonable prices. By the Way . Z. Is a Good judge a horse and always has a Good one to sell. We wish him Success. The trial the Case the state Ohio is. Edward Loeft took place last week. Lie was charged with shooting with intent to kill. It was a Clear Case and the jury found him guilty. The tragedy grew out Domestic troubles. His wife was divorced from him a few months ago and went to live with her father. Loeft shot the father in Law and would doubtless have killed the entire family had he not been overpowered. He w�?Ta3 sentence cell to the a a pen a yesterday for eight years and left for there this morning accompanied by sheriff Bowers. Miscellaneous items. Drunkenness liquor habit. In All the world there is but one cure . Haines Golden specific. It can be 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 is consumption incurable. Read the following . C. Ii. Morris Newark ark., says a was Down with abscess lungs and friends and physicians pronounced me an incurable consumptive. Began taking . Kings new discovery for consumption am now my third bottle and Able to oversee the work my farm. It is the finest Medicine Ever Jesse Middlewart Decatur Ohio says a a had it not been for . Kings new discovery for consumption i would have died lung troubles. Was Given up by doctors. Am now in Best try it. Sample bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drugstore. Marr scr at wherlin Wheeling. W. Ya., october 20. This evening John Platt aged 20, was shot in the head and instantly killed by Jimmie Mullarkey aged 17. Both live the South Side. Mullarkey and another boy had been Hunting and Piatt and his party had been Nutting with a Small Wagon. As they met the Caldwell a run Road Mullarkey asked to be allowed to ride and Platt refused. Instantly the gun was Dis Mullarkey claims it was an he was locked up. Charged. Accident. News about town. An intensely interesting Book. Thrilling scenes marvelous discoveries a Mil strange Phenomena in All parts the world. Wonders the tropics. Remarkable journeys. Renowned explorations and voyages the a St Low priced fast Selling Money making Book agents the Market. Over win pages and 3 to Superb engravings. Sale sight everywhere. Agents wanted for descriptive circulars and extra High Lrons address lyceum publish 1n g it 0., done to forget the Democrat meeting in new i Hilado a monday next at i clock p. M. A letter from . Campbell to m. V. Ream ays he will arrive Here from Dennison by Early train in monday morning. Pak the word. May 16, m6. Cincinnati Ohio. Champion planing Mill John nagely proper. A dealer in a cheapest and Best builder in the City to amp if before yet a a contract to sure to Call at the Champion planing Mill West front Street new Philadelphia John nagely sit. August 15, 1889. 33vl the republicans Montana Are trying to steal the state by throwing out the vote in several counties and precincts where there Are democratic majorities by claiming there was fraud. It is a Nice party indeed to cry fraud. Democrats beware there Are desperate efforts being made to defeat nearly every candidate the democratic county ticket. Our ticket is a Good one and Why humiliate these men by reducing their majorities for groundless reasons. The ticket will be elected to a Man but it has a bad influence to Cut Down the majority any nominee. Also see to it that the state ticket is not lost sight . Market reports. Corrected by Jokn Ula Derly produce denier october 24, 1889. Flour Patent p bbl. $ 0 20 a a a a $ sack. 1 30 a a Best family bbl. $ 4 so a a Amber sack. 1 20 a a a a new Proe 1 30 wheat Bushel. 78 corny new Bushel. 40 Oats new Bushel. 23 Rye if Bushel. 55 butter in Pound. 13 5 16 eggs dozen. 18 buckwheat flour Pound. 05 hams in Pound. 10 shoulders in Pound. 08 sides in Pound. 08 lard Pound. 08 tallow in Pound. 3 beef in Pound. 07 5 15 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 White Lime in barrel. 1 00 Akron cements in barrel. 1 35 calcined plaster in barrel. 2 25 land plaster ton. 9 00 a a a a up barrel. 1 50 potatoes in Bushel. 30 dried peaches in Pound. 03 dried apples in Pound. 04 rags Pound. Cd onions Bushel. 40 Hay a ton new. 7 00 Timothy seed�?1$ Bushel. 1 25 Wool. 30@35 fertilizers a ton. 35 00 Clover seed up Bushel. 3 25 chickens a Pound. 040,06 ducks a Pound. 07 turkeys a Pound. 07 geese apiece. 50 Fine Job printing done a a 011 Call a Secretary Noble has decided that the re rating pension claims by Tanner was unlawful and that All Advance received by those re rated will h Ive to be paid Back. It will the held Back out their lawful pensions in future payments. Tanner has Given his party a difficult task to perform that is to heal the breach within the party and to get the pension rulings Down to a lawful basis. Some fiend at Newcomerstown has made three attempts to shoot John Mccleary a Young Man and brother miss Mecleary teacher in our schools John Mecleary is employed in the Telegraph office at Newcomerstown. The last attempt at shooting was tuesday morning about 4 clock when the Ball crashed through the window and whisked past his head. This was the third attempt in a week. The citizens the town should Hunt Down the fiend and if caught give him an ample and speedy dose Lynch Law. While at Pike run monday we called at these oreo . Jas. M. Zornig and was surprised to find that any store in the Village was doing so Good a business and carrying so Large a Stock goods. Or. Romig has stood the storm strikes and panics for a period ten years in the business without failure and has now a flourishing Trade. He carries about $0,000 Worth goods consisting dry goods clothing provisions gents furnishing goods hats Caps boots and shoes Etc., which lie Sells As cheap As any merchant in the state. He is reliable and honest and deserving patronage. The indians Washington to the number about 20,000 will soon be entitled to a vote the same As the Whito Man. The treaty with several trills in which they cede their lauds to the government and take lands in severally makes provision for their right to that elective franchise. What will the republicans do to influence them ? some scheme must be devised to pred Judie them against the democrats. The latest news from Washington is to the effect that Harrison will urge a revision the Tariff As soon As Congress meets and that Blaine will also favor it. It will be resorted to As a party expediency. The g. O. P. Sees the handwriting the Wall and the party to right itself will take up the policy the democratic party. This Protection to capitalists will soon be a thing the past. The people will not stand it any longer. An Ohio murderer. At the times office. Oakdale tenn., october 20. Constable d. Jackson Morgan county arrested at this place to Day Jacob Napper alias Jacob Hultz alias Campbell for the murder Adam Educil Marion o., that occurred the night november 0,1888. The prisoner tallies with the description sent out by sheriff Kelley and the Constable is now awaiting orders from the sheriff. One thousand dollars is offered for his arrest. The prisoner admits to being in jail for murder and can give no definite account Hia self for the past year. Our City Council have taken the necessary preliminary Steps to the granting a franchise for a Street railway Between new Philadelphia and Dover. A Resolution the Council inviting bids for carrying passengers was passed wednesday night last and ordered to be published in the times. Messes. A they amp Johnson Cleveland have already taken up the right Way the majority frontage along the proposed line and Are in a fair Way to get the franchise from the two towns and from the county. Our people Are delighted with the idea that we Are to have a Street railway. It will no doubt prove to be a stimulus to people to locate in our town and will thereby in Arcase the travel. One thing needed very much in new Philadelphia is More capital invested in houses for rent. There Are not enough now7 to Supply the demand. Rev. Joseph Cook Boston delivered his famous lecture a ultimate a Mericas to a crowded House monday night. The Large and appreciative audience was held spell bound for two hours. The Rev. Gentleman is a master the lecture stage and Well merits the great reputation he has. He Drew a vivid picture America in the future a her resources and a a ultimate development and asserted the probability her supporting 400 millions people. Then contrasted this continent with the British Empire and demonstrated by geographical reference the fact that Uncle same a possessions Are As great As John bulls in that the Sun never sets the territory the United states. He spoke at length upon the dangers and conflicts Likely to flow from our great centers population our Large cities where corruption riots and dangerous and disturbing elements Are at work engendered and controlled As the speaker thought by the liquor interest and the wicked grasping monopolists. Both political parties were arraigned and rebuked for winking at the evils referred to for Sake Power. The Only remedy suggested for the troubles predicted was Wisdom from High. A dig ill tie ribs if tht3 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 he sour that he has pains not Only beneath his ribs but also under the right shoulder Blade. Also that his 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 a a California and mexican Tours via the Queen and it so Crescent route have been appreciated by hundreds who have been carried across the continent with Comfort to the 1 Pacific coast to Balmy Mexico via Lookout Mountain new Orleans the sunny South without break detention escaping the rigorous Winters and the discomforts Snow blockades the More northerly routes. This line appreciating the generous patronage it has received has still further improved its train service and Are now running a through tourist sleeping car from Central Union depot Cincinnati to los Angelos Anil san Francisco without change. These tourist sleepers Are furnished with pillows comforts and every thing necessary to the Comfort the traveler at a very Small Cost. The run is made through to the Pacific in five Days. These tourists sleepers leave the following dates at 8 p. A nov. 6 and 20 december 4 and 18 january 8 and 22 february 5 and 19 much 5 and 19 april 2 and 16 May 7 and 21. Two express trains leave daily via this line making close connections at Shrek port and new Orleans for Texas Mexico California and the far West. Ask your ticket agent for tickets via Queen and Crescent route. Geographically Correct county maps Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi and Louisiana mailed free to any address application to d. G. Edwards g. P. Amp t. A., Cincinnati It is the current report about town that Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who arc 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 a. Ii. Westhafer Tracy Tuscarawas co., I4tf interested people. List premiums awarded at the thirty ninth annual far Tuscarawas county agricultural society held the grounds at canal Dover october 1, 2,j3 and 4, 89. Class a Field crops. M r Woodling crop wheat not less than $ acre and not less than 35 bushels to the acre.$10 00 g w Benson crop Oats not less than 1 acre sixty bushels to the acre .10 00 class by farm products. John a Wagner Best a Bushel red wheat.1 00 m r Woodling 2d Best. 50 c Lantz Best $ Bushel White wheat co a m Adams Best i Bushel common oats1 00 Cyrus Hummel 2d Best. 50 Phil Eick Best j Bushel heavy Oats 00 Chas f Becker 2d Best. 50 de Seikel Best \ Bushel Rye 1 00 Geo w 8heeler, 2d Best. 50 Geo w Benson Best \ Bushel White corn1 00 Geo w Sheeler Best \ Bushel Clover seed .1 co Philip Yockey Best \ Bushel yellow corn1 00 m r Woodling 2d Best. 50 Geo w Benson Best Sample Corn 1 00 s b Guthrie 2d Best. 50 Cyrus Hummel Best Sample pop eorn1 00 mrs. Daniel,2d Best. 50 Geo w Benson Best Sample Broom Corn. 50 j j Wagner 2d Best. �?~25 8 b. Guthrie largest collection farm products.5 00 mrs Ida Winspear 2d Best.3 00 f w Benson Best \ Bushel Early potatoes .1 00 mrs d Wyss 2d Best. 50 8 b Guthrie Best j Bushel late potatoes .1 00 j g Strub 2d Best. 50 Geo w Benson Best display Irish potatoes grown by exhibitors 2 00 de 8eikel, 4 Bushel Sweet potatoes. 1 00 c Bambek i Bushel yams1 00 w Streb 2d Best. 50 de Seikel bes Bushel buckwheat 50 g w Sheeler Best a Bushel Timothy seed. 50 de Seikel 2d Best. 25 second division Apia Ian depot. A ii putt Colony bees in Observatory hive.$5 00 w s Kline 2d Best.3 00 w 8 Kline Best single comb bees and Queens in Observatory hives2 00 a h putt 2d best1 00 w 8 Kline Best and largest display queens.1 00 a 11 putt 2d Best. 50 w 8 Kline Best comb Honey Best display.2 00 a it putt 2d Best 1 00 Jacob Lahmers 2d.3 \ a i us j a ,r0ar 3 mods l and Ancier 6.3 a 8 Klee Best extract Honey.1 00 jjsnyder2d 2 a ii putt,2d Best. 50 a h putt Best Honey extractor1 00 w 8 Kline 2d Best. 50 w 8 Kline Best comb foundation. 50 25 50 50 25 Clark Bros Heifer 2 years old$4 50 a a Heifer 1 year old 4 50 class do holsteins pedigreed. Gottfried Nan i Bull any age 8 00 a a a a Bull calf under 1 year.5 00 a a a a cow Heifer any age8 00 jerseys pedigreed. Henry Penkert Bull any age.8 00 children a Home cow Heifer any age.8 00 a a a a Heifer calf under 1 year.5 40 sweepstakes. Clark Bros Herd aberdeen.15 00 committee a. H. Moore and de. Inter Miller. Class and Wool. Thorough bred Spanish. Chas Krantz ram 2 yrs old Over 6 00 a a ram bet. 1 and 2 years5 00 a a ram lamb.4 00 a a two ewes 2 year old Over.6 00 a a two ewes bet. 1 and 2 years.5 00 a a two Ewe lambs4 00 grades. P ii Lind 2 ewes 2 yrs old over4 00 a a 2d Best.2 00 a a 2 ewes bet. 1 and 2 years.3 00 a a two Ewe lambs.3 00 a a two Ewe lambs2 00 committee Isaac Maughiman c. W. Strawn l. M. Kollar. Classes sheep and Wool. Registered Downs. H c Cable Rani 2 yrs old and Over 00 a a ram 2 yrs old and over3 00 a a ram Between 1 and 2 y�?Trs5 00 a a a a a 3 00 a a ram lamb4 00 a a a a 2 00 a a 2 ewes 2 yrs old Over 00 a a a a a a a a 3 00 a a two ewes Between 1 and 2 years old5 00 a a two Ewe lambs.4 00 grades. Ii c Cable 2 eyes 2 yrs old Over.4 00 a a 2 ewes bet. 1 and 2 years3 00 a a 2 Ewe lambs3 00 Joseph Krantz two Ewe lambs2 00 Long Wool grades registered. Joseph Krantz two Ewe lambs3 00 a a 2d best2 00 sweepstakes. 0 ii Krantz Spanish ram with 3 ewes.10 00 ii c Cable. Down ram with 3 ewes.10 00 committee Isaac a Maughiman c. W. Strawn l. Ai. Kollar. Class a Swine Poland China registered w f Hines King Tomkins co$0 50 Simon in Asrieh Mammoth pippin. 50 Cyrus Lummel red canola. 50 Fernan Betscher Newtown pippin 50 Cyrus Lummel red seek no further. 59 Simon in Asrieh Best collection crabs 50 a a largest and Best collection peaches not less than 3 1 00 Fernan Betscher 2d 50 Simon Hisrich Bilyeau late october 50 a a Waterloo. 50 a a Sally worrell50 a a Mountain rose50 Sal Way. 50 a a Beers smack50 a a red melocton50 a a late Crawford. 50 a a George the fourth 50 a a Morris White. 5o a a Lemon cling. 5o a a old Mixon free. 5o Cyrus Hummel Smock cling 5o Simon Llis Rick Black George. 5o a a largest varieties grapes not less than 3 Bunches. Daniel Wyss 2d 5o a a Brighton. 5o a a Niagara. 5o a a Pocklington. 5o Simon in Asrieh Martha. 5o a a Delaware. 5o a a Ives seedling. 5o a a Concord. 5o a a Clinton. 5o a a Norton a Virginia Daniel Wyss Worden. 5o a a largest and Best Vari ties pears. 1 Simon Hisrich plate Sheldon 5o a a Duchess. 5o a a flemish Beauty Daniel Wyss. 5o a a Winter Neils. 5o a a Keifer hybrid. 5o j l Luttrell vicar Wakefield. 5o Simon Hisrich largest and Best variety plums. 1 Jos Winspear 2d 5o s Hisrich plate German prunes. 5o de Seikel one dozen quinces 1 s Hisrich largest and Best collection All fruit. 3 Daniel Wyss 2d 2 committee Solomon Bixler James m. Reese a. C. Nixon. Class in Flowers professional class second division. A ii putt,2d Best. A ii putt Bee smoker. A a Best surplus Case. W s Kline 2d Best. A a Best Bee hives All things considered.2 00 a ii putt,2d Best.1 00 a a Honey knife. 25 a a Zink Honey Board. 25 a a slatted Honey Board 25 a a Wood Zinc Honey Board. 25 awarding committee Adam May Andrew Swartz Benjamin Fisher. Class cd draft horses. W l Rice Stallon 4 yes old Over $3 00 Elias Snyder 2d best4 00 Jos Wise stallion Best 2 year old5 00 Philip Eick 2d best3 00 j b Hickman stallion Colt 1 yer olu5 00 Joseph Krantz 2 13 00 Isiah Kline gelding 4 years old Over.4 00 Ezra Johnson 2d.2 00 advertising a Patent Medicine in the Peculiar Way in which the proprietor Kempis Balsam for coughs and colds does is indeed wonderful lie authorizes All druggists to give those f a Lebold gelding 3 years old 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. Married. J j Snyder boar 1 year old Over.6 00 sow 1 year old Over.5 00 John a Warner 2d.3 00 j j Snyder boar Between 6 and 12 mods old6 <0 00 00 j a Wagner sow and litter pigs not less than six. Under 3 mods old8 10 do do 2d. It 0 j j Snyder sow Between 6 and 12 mods old4 0o Jacob Lahmers 2d.2 00 j a Wagner sow 3 mods old and under 3.3 00 j j Snyder 2d2 00 berkshires pedigreed. The democratic idea the National Democrat the differ ence Between the democratic and Republican parties the question taxation is not a difference Between 47 and 40 per cent., which is a Mere matter detail nor a question Between a prohibitory Tariff one Side and free Trade the other which is a Mere academic discussion no interest to practical men. But it is a difference Itiat lies at the very Root All government a question upon which it depends whether our government shall be the people for the people and by the people a government All the people by a very few the people for an extreme october 12th, by Rev. Wilson Yeisley . M. A. Crile and miss Ida f. Trio Raar both Coshocton county Ohio. October 17th, by Rev. Wilson Yeisley . John e. Rothacher and miss Clara c. Mizer both Coshocton county On thursday oct. 17, 1ss9, at the Gilsey hotel in this City by j. Ii. Booth esq., . James e. Gray and miss ther Essa m. Evans both living near Gilmore this county. On saturday october 19, 1889, by j. H. Booth j. 1., at his office in new Philadelphia Ohio . We. Logan and mrs. Rachel c. Hewston allot Tuscarawas county Ohio. By Rev. J. R. Keyes oct. 16, Geo. W. Reed and miss Jennie Bland both new Philadelphia october 17, George Wheeler and miss Elizabeth Taylor both Barnhill Isaac Bartholomew Albany and miss Lena Quot Stile Bower Baltic Ulysses s. G. Leggett and miss Florence j. Morty both Uhrichsville. Mean As Jack the Riper. Hanover penn., october 20. The fiend who Lias been mutilating cattle near Here Lias transferred his base operations to York township. This morning Farmer Andrew Miller going into his stall found that tie Tail a valuable Alderney cow had been entirely Cut off and Hung beside the poor animal Winch had nearly bled to death. Wall paper Sale. To make room for Holliday goods will sell till november 1st, any Wall paper in the store at cost�?20,000 Rolls to pick from. Wells drug Stoke. 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 by a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia. 40w4 Choice land for Sale. By limited class the people. The re new Philadelphia Ohio. 42w3 publican party says that taxes Are blessings and the More the people a nation Are taxed individually the More prosperous the nation is As a whole. The democratic party declares that taxes Are burdens and the less we have them the better and that the idea enriching the whole Community by taking property in minute quantities from a great Many people and giving it in Large quantities to a few people is simple rubbish. Sixty million dollars in one Many a pocket is a very imposing evidence his Prosperity but the nation would be better off if each one 60,000, 000 people had a Dollar in his pocket although it is True that the $60,000,000 would not make much show when divided up. Undoubtedly it makes Money circulate to take it out ones pocket and put it into the other but that does no to make the whole amount any greater. And so it makes it circulate to take it from one Man and give it to . C. Clark Leesville attended another but the process does not bless the Joseph Cook lecture monday the Man it is taken from. Night. A part the Well known Stezin Myers farm at Sandyville station. For terms and particulars enquire m. E. Smith 212 West Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. _ 40w8 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 Over.4 h Isiah Kline 2d2 us Elias Snyder gelding 2 years Olda 00 c ii Lebold Mare 4 yes old over4 do t a Render 2d Best.2 00 f a Lebold Mare 3 yrs old Over 00 Geo w Nugent 2d2 00 s Trover Mare 2 yrs old Over 4 00 j j Evans,2d3 00 1 year old.3 00 John Zimmerman 2d.2 00 f a Lebold Brood Mare and colt.5 00 John Zimmerman 2d3 00 awarding committee a. M. Rudy George w. Goudy. Class cd second division. Horses for general purposes. S Toomey stallion 4 years old Over 8 00 w ii Zutavern 2d.4 00 Cyrus Roth stallion 3 years old 5 00 ii a Kettering stallion 1 year old5 00 j p Slimmer 2d.3 00 Philip Eick gelding 4 years old Over.4 00 f w Andreas 2d Frank a Hartline gelding 2 years old4 00 g w Nugent gelding 1 year old.3 00 2d Best.2 00 Thos Price Mare 4 years old over4 00 f a Lebold 2d best2 00 g w Nugent Mare 3 years old Over.4 00 n b Wise 2d best2 00 John Kollar Mare 2 years old Over.4 00 Lister putt 2d best2 00 Theo Morris Mare 1 year old.3 00 w m Sweeny 2d Best.2 00 Louis Meininger Brood Mare and Colto 00 Jacob Behmer 2d best3 00 third division roadsters. J w Voglesong stallion 4 years old Over$8 00 ii e Sinnock 2d Best. A l Rice Between 3 and 4 yrs old5 00 j a Hostetler stallion Between 3 and 4 years old.6 00 Joshua Leggett gelding 4 years Over.4 00 Theo Morris 2d Best.2 00 g w Benson gelding 2 years old.4 00 Henry Renkert Mare 4 years old Over.6 00 e Carnahan 2d Best.3 00 Ben Andrews Mare 2 years old over6 00 j a Hostetler 2d Best.3 00 Henry Renkert Mare 1 year old.5 00 John Kollars 2d Best.3 00 fourth division draft horses. Carlton Stenly stallion 4 years old over10 00 Theo Morris 2d Best.5 00 w l Rice stallion Between 3 and 4 years old6 00 fifth division matched horses. F i slide pair matched roadsters.8 00 Valentine Lio them pair matched general purposes8 00 f w Andreas 2d general pur>osee4 00 Isiah Kline pair matched draft8 00 j j Evans 2d beet4 00 Geo w Goudy matched team.8 00 a a 2d beet.4 00 sixth division Sweepstake draft stallion. C ii Lebold draft stallion with four get.15 00 Theo Morriss Tallon for All purposes with four get.15 00 Jos Karns roadster stallion with 4 get.15 00 committee a. K. Kennedy Jesse Steiner m. T. Kohr. Ii f Hudson boar year old Over.6 10 Joseph Krantz cd. 3 00 11 f Hudson sow 1 year old Over. Do Joseph Krantz zd.3 a i f Hudson Hoar Between 6 and 12 mods. 5 0 Joseph Krantz 2d.3 0u ii f Hudson 3 mods old and under 6.3 diet Joseph Krantz 2d 2 00 sow and litter pics not less than six under 3 mods old. 8 00 ii f Hudson 2d4 a a sow Between 6 and 12 mods. 3 j Krantz 2d2 00 Large Breed registered. E m Shettler 1 year old and Over.5 a a sow and litter pigs not less than six under 3 mods old. 5 00 Jos Krantz sow and litter pigs not less than six under 3 months old3 e a Shettler sow under i year old. 3 00 Joseph kant/., Hoar under 1 year old3 a it 2d 2 00 class a Swine sweepstakes pedigreed. J j Snyder Best Herd Poland China not less than four.10 00 ii f Hudson Best Herd berkshires. One Hoar and three sows.10 0o e m Shettler Best Herd White hogs 1 Hoar and three sows in committee Frank Adams t. Gordon and George Waltz. Class go poultry Clark Bros two Black Cochins. 1 Geo w Sharp two Partridge Loci wins 1 2d i Effie a Hartline two Light brahmas. I it to Frank a Hartline 2d.�? -�?~>0 Clark Bros. 2d Trio bantams. .30 Ralph Llende shot Trio games. 1 <j0 Lien a Quot Sharp White crested Black Poland l Jacob Hass 2d. 50 2d Golden Polaris. Ryl Trio Black Spanish. 1 00 Raymond Adams Trio White in horns 1 00 Jacob Hass Trio Brown leghorn. 1 00 2di>4 Silver spangled Lia burgs 1 no Geo w Sharp Trio Plymouth locks 1 00 d. Wyss collection plants and finest arrangement. 1 00 u 2d 5> 00 it Best col. Of Cut Flowers. 0 00 it 2d 1 00 it Best collection variegated plants. 2 00 it 2d 1 00 ii Best col. Of roses in Bloom 2&Quot. 00 it 2d 1 00 ii Best col. Of geraniums. It a 00 ii 2d 1 00 ii Best collection begonias. A it 00 ii 2d 1 00 ii Best display Smilax. 2 00 a 2d i 00 to t to to 25 25 25 25 25 mrs. Wyss crab Apple a a peach a a Cherry mrs. G. H. Hildt Plum s. B. Guthrie Pear mrs. Wyss any other kind Jelly not named. 25 d. It yes largest collection preserves and Jelly not named 2 00 s. B. Guthrie 2nd 1 00 committee Agnes Stiffler miss h. Miller P. Guest. Sealed fruits. Wyss sealed peaches Tena Shuler a a plums d. Wyss a a cherries s. B. Guthrie a a gooseberries d. Wyss a a strawberries a a a a apples a a a a grapes s. B. Guthrie a a raspberries d. Wyss a a pears a a pickles s. B. Guthrie a a currants mrs. P. Yockey a a quinces s. B. Guthrie a a crab apples d. Wyss s. B. Guthrie d. Wyss 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 huckleberries 25 blackberries 25 Corn 25 elderberries 25 tomatoes 25 Beans 25 it c to a m it 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 2d50 a a 2d Trio Llo dons. 5n Trio Small ducks. 1 Oft Stanley a Hartline Trio Large ducks a 1 00 g w Koos 2d50 j a Wagner Dover geese. 4 00 g w Koos Trio common geese. 1 00 in in Streb. Cd. 50 Lark Bros Trio Wyandot. 1 00 d w Sharp 2d50 de Karns pigeons. 50 c f Becker 2d25 Eddie Hilt it Doz Spring chickens 50 Clark Bros Langhans. 1 co g w Sharp Black breasted red game Bant a 1 00 committee Lewis g. Krantz Jacob Hawk a. Pritchard. Class ii Garden vegetables. .50 class do cattle. Frank a Hartline red polled Bull calf worthy a 50 native and improved. J a Wagner cow 3 years old.6 00 a a Heifer 2 years old6 00 a a Heifer 1 year old6 co a a calf.4 00 Philip Yockey Salsify. Mrs Daniel a yes gallon tomatoes. 5o Deardurff 2d 25 i w Benson Doz parsnips Quot. 50 Philip Yockey 2d 20 mrs Daniel Wyss a Peck White onions 5n w w Benson 2d 25 a a a Peck red onions. 5o so Guthrie 2il 25 s v Becker a Peck seed onions. 50 j j Wagner 2d 12&Quot mrs Daniel Wyss gallon Lima Beans &Quot>0 Philip Yockey 2d 25 mrs Daniel yes gallon White Beans. A Philip Yockey 2d 25 Edward Seikel gallon soup Beans. 5ft c e Becker 2d is g w Benson Sample turnips. 5o miss Tina Shuler 2d 25 Philip Yockey Sample Mangold Wurtzel 5n Edward Seikel 2d 25 Sample blood beets. 5ft Geo Koos 2d 25 Edward Seikel Sample sugar beets. 5< Robert Wenger three drumhead cabbage. Jwj three Flat dutch cabbage 5o Jacob Hass 2d 25 de Seikel any late variety cabbage. 5o j j Wagner 2d 25 a a Sample lettuce. 5o Jacob Haas. 2d 25 Philip Yockey Sample Leek. 5ft Jacob a Lieser Sample peppers. 50 Jacob Haas 2d 25 c f Becker Sample carrots. 50 Philip Yockey 2d 25 three Sweet pumpkins 00 a a 3crooked necked squashes. 1 g Samuel Haines. 2d5ft mrs. Aniel Wyss 3 Hubbard squashes 1 00 u c Deardorff three marrow squashes 1 00 George Koos 3 common pumpkins. 1 00 2d 50 j j Wagner. 3 cv.liflowers1 00 Jacob Haas 3 Kohlrabi 5ft Philip Yockey a Doz Dwarf celery. A Daniel Wyss 2d Large celery 25 Edward Eiseg. Display cucumbers 1 Oft Tina Shuler 2d 50 Samuel Haines Sample antelopes. 50 committee Frank Hartline h. G. Kuhn i. Huffman. Class in fruits. Cyrus Hummel largest and Best collection fall and Winter apples labelled by exhibits .-. 3 00 Simon Hisrich 2d 2 00 Daniel Wyss Best ten varieties Winter apples. 1 00 Cyrus Hummell 2d 50 j a Winspear plate Maiden Blush not less than three. 5ft Daniel Wyss plate Sweet russet. 5ft Fernan Betscher rambo. 50 Cyrus hum rate Orange Sweet. 5ft w f Hines Tal non Sweet. .50 Daniel Wyss. Bald win. 50 a a Wells Domino. 50 a a Gate Belmont. 50 Cyrus Hummel Grimes Golden. 50 Simon i Sirich Jonathan. 50 w f Hines Ben Davis. 50 Simon Hisrich Roxbury russet. 50 a a Rome Beauty. 5ft Fernan Betscher Weaver Sweet. 5ft Simon Hisrich Stark. 5ft Cyrus hum Mol pecks pleasant. 5o j a Winspear ble Wahine pippin. 5g Simon Hisrich Romanitz. 50 Daniel Wyss. American Golden pippin 5ft j j Wagner Belleflower. 50 Simon Hisrich Newton Spitzenburge. 50 Cyrus Hummel Western Beauty. 5ft f Hines Tulp Chockly. 5ft Cyrus Hummel Northern spy. 50 Sunn in Asrieh. Striped pertain. 50 Cyrus Hummel Rhode Island greening 50 class in Amateur class Flowers. P. Yockey collection geraniums. 2 00 a a single specimen Plant. Of a a single specimen in Bloom. I do a a Silver edged geraniums .00 a a variegated geraniums 5o a a collection begonias 2 00 l. Kasson one begonias Rex 1st. 5o a a a a a a. 00 p. Yockey single specimen Plant. 25 a a single specimen Bloom 1 00 mrs c Koehler single specimen in Bloom. 1 00 p. Yockey 2d a a coleus. 5o a a Fern in pot. >0 mrs c Koehler 2d 25 p. Yockey Ivy. 5o a a hanging Basket. 00 mrs Koehler display dahlias 1 00 p. Yockey 2d a 5o a a 2d 5o mrs Koehler display Verbena 1 00 p. Yockey pm boxes. 1 00 a a Floral design 011 wire 1 00 miss Mila Fisher,2d hand bouquet 25 mrs Koehler pair in vases. 1 00 miss Mila Fisher 2d 5o p. Yockey display Cut Flowers table design in Sand. 1 00 mrs Koehler 2d 00 p Yockey display ornaments grass 1 olt a a a spotted Leopard. 5 it committee mrs. Cora e. Mattery mrs. Ii. Fisher mrs. F. A. Lebold. Class a a bread butter cheese Etc miss Tina Shuler bread 2 loaves. \ 00 a a a a 2d. 5u mrs p ii Lahm butter five pounds 1 00 miss Clara e Streb 2d. 5o Gertrude Adams two loaves bread baked by miss 15 yes u under 1 00 Mila Fisher Corn Pone. 1 00 Clara e Streb 2d 5o mrs Daniel Wyss Jelly 1 00 Clara e Streb 2d5o mrs Daniel Wyss fruit cake 1 00 mrs pm Lahm spor be cake 1 00 Clara e Streb 2d 5<> mrs i Wyss iced cake 2 00 Mila Fisher Cak e any kind 1 go Clara e Streb 2d 5o mrs 1 ii Lahron 5 lbs. Butter made in May june. 1 00 Tillie Seikel 2d5<> Clara e Treb country hand made cheese. 1 00 ii a a a a 5o mrs to Wyss Sample Maple molasses mrs a ii Guthrie,5 ibs Maple sugar mrs Daniel Wyss peach butter. Elf a Streb Apple butter. M is d Wyss quince butter. A a Pear butter. Mrs s b Guthrie Plum butter. 1 mrs i Wyss Cherry butter. Mrs s b Guthrie pumpkin butter. Mrs d Wyss grape butter. Mrs s b Guthrie Melon butter. Mrs i Wyss Elderberry butter. A a Gooseberry butter. Tina Shuler siberian crab butter. Mrs d Wyss Tomato butter. A a s b Guthrie Plum butter. A a a a Raspberry butter. A a d Wyss any other kind butter a a a a dried Corn. S b Guthrie dried blackberries. Mrs d Wyss dried peaches. A a dried apples. A a dried cherries. S b Guthrie dried currants. Mrs d Wyss largest collection butter. A a a a a a a a wild Plum butter to 5o 5o 5< 5o 5 1 7>i it 5< it 5o 5o 5� it 5o 5 r. Oft 5o 5o 7 0 5� any other kind fruit not named 25 largest collection sealed fruit. 2 00 s. B. Guthrie 2nd a a 1 00 pickles. Tina Shuler pickled cherries 25 d. Wyss a a cucumbers 25 a a a a peaches 25 a a a a plums l 1 c c pears antelopes eggs a a cabbage a a apples a a grapes a a Muskmelon a a cauliflower Mila Fisher a a peppers p. Yockey a a tomatoes d. Wyss a a onions a a a a Beans Catsup Chilli sauce Chow Chow any kind pickles not named. 25 cider vinegar. 25 largest collection pickles. 25 committee Agues Stiffler Bliss h. Miller P. Guest. Class a a agricultural implements Etc. J. A. Ridenour Wagon Jack. 1 00 . A a 2nd a a 50 j. J. Grove washing machine 1 00 j. T. Diefenbacher 2nd 50 j. A. Ridenour Apple Parer 50 g. L. Haverfield Cadiz o., farm Gate with fastenings. 50 John Zinkon specimen blacksmiths work. 1 00 w. L. Rice 2nd 50 Fred Ripple Sleigh 2 00 2nd 1 00 single top buggy 2 00 2nd 1 00 c. Feil open buggy 2 00 Fred Ripple �?~2nd 1 00 s. Toomey sulky 2 00 s. T. Naylor 2nd farm Wagon 2 00 c. Feil Market Wagon 2 00 a. Or. Mizer Ira Mize Harvey Thompson. Class la Domestic manufactures. J Mila Fisher pair Woolen stockings. 50 Jesse Leonard fancy knit stockings 1 00 Rev. Breitenbaugh 2nd 50 Jacob a. Leiser double knit mittens 1 00 Jacob Haas 2nd 50 Mila Fisher Woolen mittens 50 Jacob a Leiser 2nd 25 mrs. F. M. Adams socks 50 airs. A. Woodling rag carpet 1 00 Jacob Yelm 2nd 50 j. Burry k son turkish Rug 1 00 s. Runner 2nd 50 Nora Robinett fancy Rug 2 00 airs. W. Kline 2nd 1 00 Tena Shuler Cotton stockings 50 s. B. Guthrie Linen sewing thread 1 Pound 50 5lbs dressed flax 50 3 pounds Woolen yarn. 50 3 pounds Flaxen yarn. 50 Mila Fisher country yarn 50 Clara e. Streb 2nd 25 airs. A. Woodling Corn Husk foot mat ----50 5 50 come Ltd Elottie Kollar Annie Bair A. Guest. 25 i 25 9a Daniel Wyss american Golden russet 50 preserves and jellies. Airs. Avyss peach preserves a a quince preserves Tina Shuler Plum preserves. A it mrs. Wyss Cherry preserves 25 Pear preserves. 25 a a Raspberry a a 25 a a Melon a a 25 a a Citron a a 25 s. B. Guthrie Strawberry a a 25 d. Wyss Blackberry a a 25 s. B. Guthrie Gooseberry a a 25 currant a a 25 d. Wyss Elderberry Jam ____25 s. B. Guthrie Blackberry Jam mrs. Wyss Cherry a a any other kind Jam not named. B. Guthrie Quinco Jelly Apple airs. Avyss currant Raspberry a a grape a a a a siberian a a Gooseberry a a Elderberry a a Tomato preserves Apple a a 25 25 2 i 25 25 25 1 Tena Shuler 2nd 25 j. Burry it pc son Comfort 1 00 2nd 50 Nora Robinett fancy silk mittens 50 Cosie Krantz 2nd a a 25 airs. F. L. Richardson Woolen log Cabin Comfort ____1 00 Tillie Seikel 1 pair Crochet mittens. 50 committee a. A. Avalon Solomon Ackerman j. M. Porter. Class air Needle work a first division. Airs. A. Woodling gents shirt 1 00 2nd 50 Jessie Leonard Chemise 1 00 Tillie Seikel 2nd 50 lady a night dress 1 00 2nd a a 50 lady a skirt 1 00 airs. F. Ai. Adams 2nd 50 Leona c. Kuhn 2nd embroidered Pillow Shams 50 Emma j. Winspear fancy trimmed Pillow Shams 1 00 Clara e. Streb 2nd 50 mrs. Opperman lady a White apron 50 Emma j. Aat Spear 2nd 25 Tillie Seikel child a White apron 50 a a a a 25 mrs f r Lehman child a dress 1 00 Tillie Seikel 2nd 0 Jessie Leonard child s Hood 50 mrs. Jos. Hostetler 2nd 25 Clara e. Streb 2d infants dress 50 50 25 50 25 Jessie Leonard infants socks 25 airs. F. Miller 2nd 25 belie Croxton tire screen 25 airs. Louis Kasson 2nd 25 mrs. F. Miiller sofa Pillow 25 i Rev. Breitenbaugh 2ud 25 Jessie Leonard pattern bag Emma j. Avi Spear 2nd 25 50 50 25 Tina Shuler Elderberry preserves 25 Rev. Breitenbaugh shop no bag 50 grape a a 25 Emma j. Winspear 2nd 25 d. A abyss siberian crab Apple 25 mrs f. Miller table cover 1 00 Auy kind preserves mrs. Opperman 2nd 50 25 not named. Tina Shuler currant Jam airs. Wyss Strawberry 25 Raspberry a a 25 s. B. Guthrie Gooseberry a a 25 airs. Wyss Strawberry Jelly 25 s. B. Guthrie Cranberry 25 table Scarf 1 00 25 j mrs. J. Voelm 2nd 50 Rose Adams handkerchief Case 50 airs. F. L. Richardson 2nd 25 mrs. Jos. Hostetler whip Case 50 Emma j. Avy Spear 2nd 25 continued fourth

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