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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 31, 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 Quot times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y it a. One Inch. 8 1 00 8 2 00 83 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. Volume in. New Philadelphia o., thursday october 31, 1889. Number 44. Business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. J r. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio Over citizens National Bank. Office 44yl John w. Nix in m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl 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 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 Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Salesmen i w a wanted to canvass for the Sale Nursery Stock steady employment guaranteed. Salary and expenses paid to successful men. Apply once stating age. Mention this paper. Chase Brothers company Rochester new York. Til dec la omit oct at a /ft7 pc the instalment plan by Vic in 11 x i which you can sell our popular books pay ments savings 50 cents a week will insure you Twenty times As Many sales As Cash deliveries without fail. Write immediately for particulars. Address lyceum publish 1 no company. Cd Sci n Nati Ohio May let my i new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday october 31, 1889. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a Quot pm la Delphi a times will be Dii sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advance1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 ear remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 9address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Democratic ticket. Wanted patents. H. Amp a. P. Lacey 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 k. S a a. P. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb 2, �?T8syl real estate for Sale Exchange desirable farms in Tuscarawas county and other counties Ohio and in other states. Small tracts land near new Philadelphia. A Florida Orange Grove a number desirable residences business properties stocks goods a. Money to loan first mortgage at Low rates. F. Romig atty at Law. Office in Mclean a Block new Philadelphia 0. March 14.1889 12tf wanted. Salesmen to introduce and sell our Fine 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 a Atwood nurserymen Geneva new York. Oct. 3, 5m 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. Legal notice. Uaman Young whose residence is in is known is hereby notified that Harriet m. Young the 14th Day september. A. Let. 1889, tiled her petition in the court common pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio charging him with adultery and absconding with a female whose name is unknown and praying that she May be divorced from him and have custody their minor children. And he is further notified that said cause will be heard in said court after the expiration six weeks from the first publication Hereof. Harriet m. Young plaintiff. Dated sept. 18, a. 1889. 38w7 Champion planing Mill John nagely proper. A dealer in a colors and Black by the Yard. For governor James e. Campbell Butler county. For lieutenant governor w. V. Marquis Logan. For supreme court judge 31. I it. , Washington. For attorney general Jesse 31. Lewis Champaign. For state treasurer w. E. Bockx Guernsey. For state school commissioner c. C. Miller Putnam. For supreme court clerk i. J. C. Schoemaker Seneca for Board Public works Frank Reynolds Hamilton. For senator in general Assembly Isth and 19th districts John a. Buchanan Tuscarawas. For representatives in general Assembly David h. Troendly Eli k Benfer for treasurer Christian c. Forney. For sheriff Peter Goeler. For commissioner Edward b. Westhafer. For infirmary director Ozias Delong. The weeks doings. Bargains at the new Buffalo clothing store. Farmers see what . Barnet says our 4th Page for your Benefit. For a ladies handsome Cabinet and writing desk go to a. Gintz a co. Watch for . Saims coming. Ife will be at the Exchange next tuesday. Call and see our Fine line gents furnishing goods at the new Buffalo clothing store. Owing to a press other matter we Are compelled to omit some correspondence and personal column. The finest antique Oak bed room suits in the county for the Money and Only $15, at a. Gintz and co. The weeks doings. A Good cloth shirt at 89 cents Worth $1.00, at the Buffalo store. Grand opening Friday the 18th. 42w3 mrs. We. Kelley Blakes Mills died Friday morning last consumption in the 43d year her age. She was buried monday afternoon in the new Philadelphia cemetery. Mrs. Catharine Auman died at the residence her daughter mrs. Isaac Shauver this place last thursday morning. She was 76 years 9 months and 2 Days old. Funeral last saturday afternoon. Our candidates. ac., a. Cheapest and Best builder in the City before you contract be sure to Call at the Champion planing Mill West front Street new Philadelphia Join nagely . August 15,1889. 33yl buy now Silks velvets pushes dress goods democrats go to the polls tuesday and do your duty. This is our last Appeal before the election. Done to scratch a Man from your ticket. They Are All Good men and deserving your suffrage. Vote for . Benfer for representative for matters great importance both state and National depend upon the result. Lay aside your personal prejudices this time in the interest democracy. If you Are a True Blue Democrat you will do it. Vote for . Goeler for sheriff because he is a Democrat a Good Man for the place and a Man whom you will be glad to meet both in a social and business Way. Lie is popular with the people who know him. Democrats do not forget the fact that e. B. Westhafer our candidate for commissioner is a first class Man in every respect. He is a successful business Man and Farmer and if Able to manage his own business properly he surely would be Able to do business for the county in a proper manner. The German people should remember too that . Westhafer talks German fluently and can therefore talk business matters with you in your native language. Give him a rousing majority. Vote for prof. Forney who is thoroughly qualified for the office treasurer and who will be accommodating to every one. Vote for honest Chris and you will never regret it. Done to forget . Troendly because he lives away Over in Bucks township where democrats grow the Bushes lie is an excellent gentleman and Mer its every democratic vote. Of pcs you must vote for that smiling old gentleman for infirmary director Ozias Delong. His very presence makes the poor unfortunates our county feel Happy lie is a Good Man in the right place. Now there is still a very important office which Tuscarawas county has the Honor filling and that is state senator. Our candidate . John a. Buchanan is Well known throughout the District As an Able and Well posted Man a Good parliamentarian and Well qualified to take care the interests his constituency. Give him the largest vote Ever polled in the District. And lastly done to forget the state ticket. Vote for Jimmy Campbell Tariff Reform and the liberties the people. Vote for John l. Kennedy for land appraiser. See that every democratic vote is out. Menus pants for 89 cents Worth $1.00, at the new Buffalo clothing House South Broadway. 43w3 boys cloth shirts at $1.13, Worth $1.35, at the new Buffalo clothing grand opening Friday the 18th. 42\v3 the times newspaper and Job printing office gets out the nicest posters in the county. Cali and see samples. Camp Behy a answer business directory. To the Board revision new Philadelphia Breving co. Why he asked mayor Mosby to investigate his self. Call and see our goods also our prices at the new Buffalo clothing store. Room formerly occupied by Fribley amp co. Our Holiday rockers just arrived at a. Gintz amp co. They Are done to fail to see them before buying for the holidays. The finest dining room sets in the county at a. Gintz a co. We can sell you a High Back dining chair antique Oak for $7.50. _ great bargains at the new clothing store h. Barnett. New goods just arrived. Call and see our Stock before you Purchase elsewhere. 42w3 having a larger Stock italian bees than i wish to keep i will sell a portion them at fair prices. They Are in first class condition. Call the editor the times. 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 what was the consideration for the ballot Box document and who were to be benefited by its Purchase a other Call to the Board to begin an investigation oar All woo French Cashmere at 50 cents a Yard Are unequal value. Latest novelties in dress trimmings Gimps fringes applique effects braids buttons dress linings Anu dress makers findings. Novelties in fur trimmings. Largest variety Best goods in hosiery and underwire for men woman and children. Largest Stock fall and Winter wraps for ladies and children. Jackets and Long wraps in cloth Seal Plush jackets Coats and mantles guaranteed to Wear Well at lowest prices. Finest Alaska Seal skin Coats and jackets also shoulder capes Boas and muffs in All the fashionable furs. Garments sent c. O. With privilege examination the Best kid gloves $1.00 a pair and upwards. Blankets Eider Down quilts table linens towels lace curtains heavy curtains table covers and upholstering. Write for samples and prices. Co., we noticed a fellow Friday morning last South Broadway with a pair queer pets. They were Large sized rats White As Snow and would come and go at his bidding and run Over his body As playful As Young Kittens. A fire started from some in explain j ble cause in the basement the Patrick building South Broadway saturday Forenoon. It was discovered before it had advanced very far and was easily subdued by the firemen who promptly responded to the alarm. No damage. Or. Peter Eckert Ragersville gave our Sanctum a Call monday. He says he had a loss by fire two weeks ago losing dwelling and contents. Or. Hendershot agent for the Ohio Farmers insurance co., adjusted the loss $473.45 and he had his Money in eight Days from Date the fire. There Are no better insurance men than . Hender shot and his company always recommends itself. We learn from a dispatch dated Abilene Kansas oct. 28, that . C. H. Lebold a former citizen Tuscarawas county who was at the head what was considered one the strongest Banks in Central Kansas suspended this morning under liabilities amounting to $600,000, two Hundred thousand which belong to local depositors. The firm claims to own $600,000 Worth real estate and notes and say they will pay in full if Given time to realize. The collapse caused great excitement in Abilene. We Hope Charley will weather the storm. Our Newcomerstown correspondent says their Street fair was a grand Success in every particular. That John Law Post boy took the Premium for the greatest number cats behaving brought 105. That candidates for the different county offices were in attendance. That there was a pretty fair turn out at the prohibition meeting. That j. T. Pocock was nominated by the democrats for land appraiser. That a. Baker a Carpenter fell off a trestle work a distance 65 feet and was badly injured. For want space we were compelled to condense Newcomerstown item?.�?fd. A ghastly find was made last wednesday morning East water Street by mrs. Winsell in the immediate front her residence. In going out the front door her attention was attracted by a White object lying the grass near tiie Gutter and stepping out to investigate found it to be a foetus the masculine gender about five months the proper authorities were notified who repaired to the scene and took the child to a physician who immersed it in alcohol to keep As an anatomical specimen. There is no clue As to who put the unborn infant there. The body looked As though it had had proper care before being deposited the sidewalk As it was clean and free from any stains that usually obtain in such cases. Just Why it was left in such a Public place is past finding out. No Effort we learn has will be made to ferret out the matter and comment is unnecessary. Fred a Kinsey an old and respected citizen died tuesday at 11 a. M., from Haemorrhage the result cancer the Chin and Throat. Will be buried at 2 clock p. M., Friday from his late residence. Or. C. F. Klein son in Law . We. Wallace went to old Mexico last Friday to Purchase $100,000 Worth cd Nickel to make chewing gum. He is manager the Cleveland chewing gum factory. Or. Rees Everhart has about completed one the nicest houses for the Money for we. Evans that has been constructed in the town lately. The Price for it completed including foundation and cellar is $s00.. Any one contemplating building should it. Married. By Rev. J. R. Keyes at the Sherman House october 24,1889, Albert b. Crago and miss Nannie b. Mcclintock both Tippecanoe Ohio. Also by the same at the Home the Bride the same Day near new Cumberland Abraham l. Boyd and miss Jennie Joseph Murphy Jefferson township 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. Terms made known Day Sale. 42w3 for Sale Only three More those desirable lots North Broadway and four North third Street in Vinton a building lots in new Philadelphia o., easy terms. Ii. C. A Alvin Vinton props. John a. Himes agent. 42tf 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 Billett a Miller. 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. A sensible 3ian. A democratic rally monday was the Day . James e. Campbell was to speak in this place but sickness in his family and other pressing matters prevented his coming. A Large crowd democrats from Over the county assembled notwithstanding the i clemency the weather. They were somewhat disappointed in not seeing our candidate. A meeting was held in the opera House and was addressed by . Chas. Baker Cincinnati who was sent to fill the appointment. Or. Baker showed up the rottenness Foraker a management Cincinnati in All its details. He made a telling speech. He says Hamilton county will give a democratic majority next tuesday. The meeting was quite enthusiastic. The Ragersville Gnadenhutten and new Philadelphia bands furnished music for the occasion. Would use Kemp a Balsam for the Throat and lungs. It is curing More cases coughs cold asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung troubles than any other Medicine. The proprietor has authorized any druggist to give you a Sample bottle free to convince you the Merit this great remedy. Large bottles 50c and $1. Dental notice. Joseph oct. 24, 189. Horn amp 609 to 621 Penn Avenue Pittsburg a. 43yl the democrats held a primary at the township House monday night to nominate a land appraiser for Goshen township. Or. John l. Kennedy was unanimously chosen. This is a very important office and should interest every property Holder. Or. Kennedy to think is a Good practical Man for the place and we Hope he May be elected. Let the democracy go to work it a and we can elect . Kennedy. Farmer should make a note this and take an interest in his election. Wedding Bells. Married at the residence the brides Mother North Broadway thursday morning oct. 31st, 1889, by Rev. J. A. Cook the presbyterian Church . Wilson a. Korns Deputy postmaster and miss Fannie Sargent youngest daughter mrs. Catharine Sargent. No cards. Only the immediate relatives the contracting parties were present. The Happy couple took the 2 30 train the c. Amp p. By. For a Short wedding tour to Pittsburgh and their return will make their Home with the brides Mother. We congratulate these Young people with All our Best washes for their future. We have known both them from almost childhood and the Groom particularly As he was our protege in learning the a part we have stood Side by Side in the printing office picking up the cold Metal messengers that told love and marriages deaths riots murders catastrophes All the ills life for nearly a decade years and in All this time we never knew him to make a false step. Honorable and upright to Day his character is without a stain and miss Fannie is More than to be congratulated in her Choice. The Bride is one new Philadelphia a accomplished Young ladies whose education is first order and whose deportment has always been recognized As amiable and judicious. The times office extends Hearty congratulations. The impression having gone out that we have sold our practice and retired from the dental business we wish to state that we Only disposed our interest in the fixtures and contracts the old office since which time we have been practising at residence. For the convenience our Many patrons we have removed our office into a neat room Over the citizens National Bank where we Are fully equipped to operate in dentistry in All its branches. 44w3 m. Vail. A bargain for Farmers. We take pleasure in informing our readers that the Ohio Fanner which has a National reputation As the leading agricultural journal this country is offered for the remainder this year and All the next for Only a tie Dollar. Its very Large circulation now numbering Over sixty Jive thousand subscribers going to every state in the Union and its Liberal advertising patronage enables its publishers to give to the Farmers this country one the very Best most enterprising reliable and instructive agricultural live Stock and family journals America at the very Low Price Only one Dollar per year. The Ohio Farmer is published at Cleveland Ohio is National in everything except in name is a 16-page�?64-collumn�?weekly 52 issues a year and is acknowledged authority All agricultural subjects. It is conducted by an Able and experienced editorial management that spares no expense labor to add everything possible to its value. Specimen copy and Premium list will be sent free to All applicants by addressing the Ohio Farmer Cleveland,0., colobus october 21. Hon. James e. Campbell passed through this City to night in route to Woodsfield where he Speaks tomorrow. The following letter which is self explanatory he mailed to the Board revision Cincinnati before leaving Home and upon his arrival Here tonight furnished the enquire a copy. Hamilton o., october 21. To the Board revision Cincinnati Ohio gentlemen a i am this Day in receipt your letter the 18th, returning my Telegram the 12th without assigning any cause for its return without any comment thereon. The Telegram reads As follows Van Wert o., october 12. A Hon John. B. Mosby chairman Board revision Cincinnati a i respectfully decline to appear before a Board which you Are the chairman but suggest that you turn the boards attention to investigating your self and the imputed charges in the Cincinnati newspapers that you made a corrupt bargain with a forger to pay him for his despicable work by giving him the office smoke inspector. Should the Board investigate your relations to 11. G. Wood i Hope you May be Able to prove your insanity at the exact Date when it would be most useful As a plea in defense. James e. Campbel. If your honorable body returned this Telegram to me because you had not jurisdiction the charges therein referred to it would have been tiie Ordinary business method to name that fact. If you returned it to me because you esteemed the charge to be frivolous i will enlighten you wit i some incidents connected there with which May convince you As they have convinced the Public that this is a very serious matter. The gentleman to whom i refer Hon. John b. Mosby is the mayor Cincin Nati. He agreed some weeks ago to appoint one r. G. Wood to the lucrative office smoke inspector that City but subsequently reconsidered because charges made against the said Wood accompanied by proof showing him to be unfit to occupy any position Trust Honor. These charges were preferred by the committee one Hundred. Or. Woods Promise appointment was made upon the recommendation the governor Ohio and the governor had frequently telegraphed and written said Wood in relation to transactions which passed Between said Wood and others As the consideration for said appointment. The said Wood was not a Man Good standing nor political influence nor indeed is it certain what his political affiliations were and there was no reasons for his appointment except one. Which seems to be founded upon a crime. He did about that time forge the names myself and other men much greater importance in the Politi Cal world to a document which purported to be a contract but which Dis honoured every one us including the memory the late s. Cox who was dead at the time the forgery was perpetrated and among the names Are two my late Republican colleagues from Ohio. The said forged document so far As i have been Able to learn was never seen except by the governor mayor Mosby Halstead and the governors brother. Which them received it from . Wood whether either them received it directly not i have not yet been Able to learn. I Only know that the paper is in the custody . Halstead and that he has never attempted to Point out to the Public the Channel through which it came to him. Unless the four gentleman i have named can show that they did not Sunborn this forgery to be perpetrated nor receive the forged document directly from the forger the Public will justly hold them to be As guilty As the forger himself. This matter needs investigation in some form. I have tried every Means in my Power to find the forger who left the state country immediately after the discovery his crime. He was recently so poverty stricken that he wa3 unable to buy Medicine when sick and food when in health yet he obtained the Means from some source to go so far away that he is completely concealed from the persons who have tried to find him and is enabled to live through the Bounty those whom he has tried to serve. Lie could have no motive in perpetrating this crime except to make one the four parties above named governor and another one United states senator. He must therefore have had some consideration for perpetrating the forgery in their interests for no Man walks up to the door the Penitentiary simply from love and affection. I have ascertained that this Man Wood caused letters to be mailed the 14th Day october at Washington i. �,., and also at Saginaw Mich., and Lansing Mich. This would indicate that he is not Only trying to mislead persons who May pursue him but that he intends to remain concealed until the pending election perhaps longer. I therefore respectfully suggest that your honorable body if it have jurisdiction Over mayor Mosby a connection with this Man Wood Call persons and papers before you and ascertain whether there was a consideration that passed Between the mayor and . Wood and whether that consideration he the forged paper to which i have alluded and that they Call for said paper and its custodian and compel him to disclose from whom he received it and thus Trace the Channel communication Back to the forger in order that the Public May know who first received the paper and at whose instigation As Well As for whose Benefit the crime wa3per pet rated. As you refused to give my Telegram to the Public press and May also refuse to make Public my communication shall take the Liberty sending a copy it to one More newspapers general circulation. Very respectfully James e. Campbell. In reviewing the business interests and industries the town an Industry that will come in for More than an Ordinary mention is the brewery owned and operated by messes. A. Hafenbrak and m. Seibold incorporated As the new Philadelphia brewing company. This brewery is one the most successfully conducted in this Section the state. It is in enterprising and capable hands and its popularity is attested by the steady increase in the demand for the Beer manufactured which requires the running the brewery at its fullest capacity to meet the demands. Indeed it is not an uncommon thing to have orders come in faster than can be supplied. To meet the increasing Trade the company Are at present arranging to put in a new cellar and casks and thereby increase the capacity. Last year the sales amounted to not less than 6,000 barrels consuming 15,000 bushels malt and 7,000 lbs. Of hops. They always make their own malt thus buying Large quantities Barley for which the highest Market Price is paid. The works Are extensive consisting in All seven buildings embracing the brewery which is 40x100 three Stone cellars storage room 50x25 two stories in House. Bottling works 18x30. The Quality the Beer is a 1, nothing being manufactured but a strictly pure hops and malt Beer. Employment is Given to about a dozen hands . Seibold being superin Pendant and . H. Graab Foreman. John Kaderly. In reviewing the business interests the town a business that Well came in for a prominent mention is the Long established Well known and popular general dry goods store . John Kaderly. Or. Kaderly has been an Active and progressive merchant the town for upwards thirty years and during this Long time it is unnecessary for us to say he has had extensive dealings with the people and done a Large and satisfactory Trade. As one the towns most successful business men the influence his business has created in stimulating the volume business and in drawing Trade Here has been marked. He is in the Best position to meet the Public in his line and at his store the people find All the advantages which experience can secure. The Stock handled is a Large and excellent one and embraces Staple and fancy dry goods All kinds dress and Mantle goods hosiery trimmings Etc., carpets and House furnishings fair goods ladies cloaks Etc. The store presents an attractive appearance and indicates Complete management. H. L. Hall. Urfer amp Kinsey. In reviewing the business interests the town a business that will come in for a prominent mention is the Well calculated and popular general dry goods store the above named enterprising Young firm. Since establishing about a year and a half ago this firm has met with the most satisfactory Success. The manner in which the business has been carried Forward indicates the kind Energy and Enterprise that came to the front. What we wish to emphasize in this article is the fact that the Public find advantages in dealing Here. The business is up with the times and the store for every season the year has its attractions in the newest latest and Best goods in the All the advantages which Enterprise and experience can secure is offered Here. The store in Point general equipments excellence and completeness Stock and capable management is creditable to the proprietors. Each and every department is Replete the Stock carefully selected and attractively displayed. The Stock embraces Many things in the line Staple and fancy dry goods dress and Mantle goods in All the latest patterns and styles Silks satins pushes gloves hosiery trimmings carpets House furnishings ladies cloaks Etc. The Stock to be fully appreciated must be seen. Although the Junior dry goods firm the City messes. Urfer a Kinsey Are in the front ranks. John c. Joss. Our review the town would be very incomplete without reference to new Philadelphia a largest established Well known and popular jewelry and music Emporium carried by . J. C. Joss. Or. J. Has represented this line mercantile Industry in the town for upwards a Quarter a Century and his business is certainly too Well and favourably known to need any extended reference. Suffice it to say that he has been one the most successful merchants the town. His excellently equipped and Well appointed store is one the attractions the town and a Merit to it and an inspection the magnificent display goods will prove both pleasant and profitable. Or. Joss has raised the business to a High Standard excellence and is certainly in the very Best position to meet the wants the Public in his lines. The Stock is All selected with the greatest care with the Aid years experience and is Superior Quality. In the jewelry department is everything in the line Gold and Silver watches clocks great variety jewelry All descriptions silverware a. Special feature the store is the splendid display piano organs and other musical instruments . Joss sewing machine Trade has grown to Large proportions. He a two capable men the Road and his store May be said to be headquarter for sewing machines. Next in our review the town we desire to give reference to the jewelry business . Ii. L. Hall. The sue a it Cess which has attended . Halls efforts since establishing about three years ago has been very he has built up a Large and satisfactory Trade Quot in this City. The High Standard excellence to which the business has attained is evidenced in the splendidly equipped store and Superior Stock. Or. Hall is in the very Best position to meet the wants the Public. He is enterprising and goes in to keep his business abreast the times and is a jeweler More than Ordinary ability. The store is neatly appointed the handsome Wall and counter displaying a Stock As Fine As the markets afford embracing Gold and Silver watches the Best makes clocks great variety and jewelry All descriptions amp a. Or. Ii. Will offer special inducements for fall and Holiday Trade and any one in want anything in his line should Call. E. Alexander. The advantages this Well known and popular clothing House has always offered to the Public has built up for it a Large Trade. Or. Alexander the enterprising proprietor is always at the front in the clothing Trade and can offer to his patrons bargains which has made his House popular. He has been established Here 5 years and is among our most successful merchants. As usual he is prepared with an excellent Stock for a big fall and Winter Trade and anyone wanting anything in his line should see his Large Stock clothing hats Caps Etc. Court common pleas. Proceedings. Fine Job printing at the times office. Done Call a Parr amp Kelley. Next in our review will be a reference to the popular Boot and shoe business the above named gentlemen who established about two years ago. What we wish to emphasize in this article is the fact that the Public can obtain advantages in dealing Here. The business is an enterprising one and is kept abreast the times. Its deserved popularity is due to the fact that the Public find Here reliable goods at the closest prices. The Stock is an excellent one and is Well selected and embraces the latest and Best makes from the ladies finest French kid to the menus and boys heavier Wear rubbers overshoes slippers Etc. The business Well deserves its Large Trade. Subscribe for the times if you want a Good paper for $1. E. H. Espenschied. Next in our review comes the above named gentleman a jewelry readers the times and our citizens generally Are familiar with this excellently equipped store. To those who May not As yet visited . Espenshied a reference Here to his business will be interest and we think profit. It is now about a year ago since the subject our sketch established. It is Only necessary to visit and inspect his store. The store presents the most attract Tractive appearance and indicates taste judgment and experience. The Stock displayed from handsome Wall and counter cases is As Fine As the markets afford and embrace Fine Gold and Silver watches clocks every variety jewelry All descriptions silverware a. The repairing department receives special attention. F. C. 3iillek amp son. Next in our review we will refer to the popular and Well conducted general drug business the above named Well known firm. The business messes. Miller a son is too Well and favourably known to need any extended reference. During the Long time it has been before the Public it has done uniformly Large Trade and is deservedly popular for the High Standard to which it has been raised. The firm Are in the Best position to meet the wants the Public. They carry a Large and Well assorted Stock embracing a full line pure drugs All kinds druggists sundries the leading Patent medicines Etc. Also a Large assortment shades blinds stationery and everything usually carried in a first class drug store. A new discovery. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You May yourself be one the Many who know from personal experience just How Good thing it is. If you have Ever tried it you Are one its staunch friends because the wonderful thing about it is that when once Given a trial . Kings discovery Ever after holds a place in the House. If you have never used it and should be hinted with a cough cold any Throat lung Chest trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time Money refunded. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller a songs drug store. Drunkenness liquor habit. Defendant to plead. J. P. Grim v we. Bland. Walter Lund v w. R. Crater. John Schneider v we. Thornburgh. J. K. Conwell v g. H. Sproull. J. B. Mathias v Susan e. Helmrich. Judgment for plaintiff. Harrison Kail v Bently Burdette. W. Ii. Henderson a co. V c. E. Her bold. Christ. Kuenzli v Nicholas Miller. Catharine w. Healea v Thos. Healea. John Eckert . V Geo. Beamer. Stoutt a Vinton v Isaiah j. Harris. J. A. Wardell v Catherine Howe. Criminal jury trials. Ohio v James Mcmillen verdict not guilty. Ohio v Thomas Mullen Leonard verdict guilty sentence twelve years in Penitentiary. Ohio v Edward Hoeft verdict guilty sentenced eight years in the Penitentiary. Ohio v Edward Banks verdict guilty sentenced nine years in the Penitentiary. Decrees for plaintiff. Anna m. Schaeffer v Geo. Schaeffer. First Church Dennison v to effect loan confirmed. Chas. E. Mitchner v we. E. Mitchner Chas. F. Maus v Elizabeth Stickle it Al Mary e. Beck v Aaron Patterson it Al Amelia Cummings v Jas. Cummings. Chas. F. Maus v Elizabeth Stickles. Cases settled. We. Gam Berjv John Sci Hattie. John t. Rice v we. A. Gordon. Cases continued. Chas. Hess v Nicholas Miller. John a. Himes v e. W. Mathias. Collins e. Miller v Louis l. Travis. Philip Schneider v j. Ii. Somers. J. C. Allman amp co. V Alex. Bartholomew. Jury trials. We. Kerr v John s. Pyle verdict for defendant. Mary Koehler v f. H. Hence. Cases dismissed. Theo. Truax v j. Rutledge. In the matter allowance Penitentiary. Guards for convicts transportation. Or. 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 third assignment jury cases. 132. Thursday october 29. Harrison Arnold v Isaac ii. Kurtz. A sound logical opinion. The 3iissks Shriver. E. Bainbridge monday esq., county atty Clay county Texas says a a have used electric bitters with most Happy results. brother also was very Low with malarial fever and jaundice hut was cured by timely use this medi Cine. Am satisfied electric bitters saved his . I. Wilcoxsen horse Cove ky., adds a like testimony saying he positively believed he would have died had it not been for electric bitters. This great remedy will Ward off As Well As cure All malarial diseases and for All kidney liver and stomach disorders stands unequalled. Price 50 cts and $1, at f. C. Millar a songs drugstore. The chamber torture i. Strick31ak fit. In reviewing the business places and establishments the town a visit was made to the above named gentleman a neatly apportioned and Well equipped photograph studio and a Short time was pent in inspecting the really excellent display artistic work which adorns . Strickmaker a studio and which is evidence his professional ability. The work turned out is a High order and shows the results years experience and study. Or. Strick maker being engaged in the photograph business Over a Quarter a Century All kinds work is done from an Ordinary photograph to the most elegant Cabinet and a specially is made enlarging by the different processes. The studio is handsomely appointed and equipped with All the latest appliances Fine scenery Etc. The business is deservedly popular. Located in Exchange Block opposite Exchange hotel up stairs. _ a. Gintz amp co. New Philadelphia possesses the advantages a fire nature business which is in a position to offer to the Public All the advantages to be had in the larger places. Messes. A. Gintz a co. Established about four years ago and has been successful in working up a big Trade. He is in the very Best position to meet the wants the Public in the line household furniture and is enterprising and keeps his business abreast the times. He handles a Large and Well assorted Stock his Well arranged store rooms being full All kinds furniture for parlor Bod room dining room and Kitchen. Undertaking also receives Especial attention being equip Ped with a Hearse and funeral supplies iof All kinds. The business is deservedly popular. In referring to the millinery Here we take pleasure in devoting space to a Brief reference to the popular and Well conducted business the misses Schriver who have been doing a successful Trade for a number years. Their business is deservedly popular with the ladies the City and Community and is highly appreciated for its excellent management and the advantages it offers. The misses Shriver Are accomplished and advanced milliners and in Best position to meet the wants their Large Circle lady customers. Their really Fine Stock shows taste and judgment in its selection and embraces All the most stylish and fashionable millinery All kinds fancy goods trimmings a. Work promptly done. 31rs. Baldwin. Our town has the advantages an excellent millinery business which is deserving the appreciation the ladies the City and Community. We desire to give special reference to the Well conducted and popular store mrs. Baldwin. The millinery line which to every lady is first importance is Here represented in a manner which does credit to the excellent taste and ability mrs. Baldwin who is an accomplished and experienced Milliner. Her handsomely appointed store displays a Beautiful Stock the most stylish and fashionable millinery All kinds a full line fancy goods ladies and children a underwear a. Trimming done in the most artistic manner. Mrs. L. A. Joss. The popular and Well conducted millinery business mrs. L. A. Joss is too Well and favourably known to need any extended reference. A review the town would be incomplete without while the lady readers the times will doubtless appreciate a reference thereto. During the Long time mrs. Joss has been established Over Twenty years she has done an unusually Large Trade and met the wants her lady patrons in a manner which reflects credit upon her taste and her store is always equipped with a Beautiful Stock the most stylish and fashionable millinery All kinds fancy goods a. The business is deservedly popular. Is the apartment to which the unhappy sufferer from inflammatory rheumatism is confined. If Ere the crisis Dain is reached that Fine preventive Hostetter a stomach bitters is used by persons a rheumatic tendency much unnecessary suffering is avoided. Nervine Anodyne and sedatives while having none hut a specific effect Are yet very desirable at times. Yet can they produce no lasting effect upon rheumatism because they have no Power to eliminate from the blood the rheumatic virus. 11 octet term a stomach bitters does this and checks at the outset a disease which if allowed to gain headway it is next to impossible to dislodge to do More than relieve. Rheumatism it should be remembered is a disease with a fatal tendency from its proneness to attack the heart. A resort to the bitters should therefore be prompt. Dyspepsia kidney complaint malaria and nervousness arc relieved by it. 43w4�?40yl California and mexican Tours via the Queen and a Crescent route have been appreciated by hundreds who have been carried across the continent with Comfort to the 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 and san Francisco without change. These tourist sleepers Are furnished with pillows comforts and every thing necessary to the com fort 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 Wuis 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. A t. A., Cincinnati 43tf Friday november 1. 124. John b. Harding v we. Ii. Harding it Al exp trs. Wednesday nov. 6. 54. Cynthia m. Huston v Jacob Huston 55. John s. Huston v Jacob Huston. 59. Ohio comp. Cynthia m. Huston v Jacob Huston. Thursday nov. 7. 6. Receiver Corn City ins. Co. V Joseph m. Stoutt 82. John ii. Benfer v Lafayett Smiley. Friday nov. 8. 118. Henry Langkamp v Rudolph Maurer. Saturday nov. 9. 143. R. W. Deems v w. Simmers. Monday nov. 11. 141. G. Huston v Sylvester Andreas. Tuesday nov. 12. 133. Chas. Moore v the Pittsburgh a Cincinnati r. R. Co. 144. Mathias t. Hamilton v Jos. Ham Ilton. Wednesday nov. 13. 146. John Booth v the Ohio insurance company. 156. Cephus c. Carroll v Joseph win Spear adm. Thursday nor. 14. 183. Mary e. Williams v Theo. Erwin. Friday nov. 15. 186. W. F. Clark v g. W. Hilton it Al. 187. Hawk a Tracy v the am. Sex. Co. Tuesday nov. 19. 157. Elma Cunningham v George w. Bowers sheriff it Al. 170. Fred. Torgler v Jacob Torgler. A great Surprise is in store for All who use Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs the great guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it is sold its merits and that any druggist is authorized by the proprietor this wonderful remedy to give you a Sample bottle free it never fails to cure acute chronic cough3. All druggists sell Kempis Balsam. Large bottles 50 cents 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 . 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 a co., South Broadway. Or. Barnett is a Clever fellow and merits a share the Public patronage and we wish him Success. 42 w3 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 store. New Philadelphia Ohio. 42w3 there is no Verdigris other impurity in chase�?T8 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. A part the Well known Rezin Myers farm at Sandyville station. For terms and particulars enquire m. E. Smith 212 West Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. _ 40w8 a Good All Wool shirt at $1.13, Worth $1.35, at the new Buffalo clothing store South Broadway. 42w3

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