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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 5, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium a 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 m 0. G to. 1 y . One Inch. S 1 00 $ 2 09 in 3 00 t p 6 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 09 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 Philadelphia o., thursday september 5, 1889. Number 36. Business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. John w. Nix5n, m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway. In the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 61yl d. F. Tidrick. House painting paper hanging White washing and Ca Cimin ing neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at Walton amp Ackey a shoe store new Philadelphia Ohio. March 28.1889. I4m6 John s. Grai 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 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday August 29, 1889. Lummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a lathe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. In Advance.81.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 pfc remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Tf3address All matter intended for publication to the times. Democratic ticket. 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. C ale Meh wanted to canvass for the Sale Nurs by Stock steady employment guaranteed. Salary and expenses paid to successful men. Apply at once stating age mention this paper. Chase Brothers company Rochester new York. Til dec 1�?omit oct agents the instalment plan by pm can popular books Linch you can sell our 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 publishing company. Cincinnati. Ohio. May 16, nut wanted Babcock Hurd. Amp co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 10? water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock ii. Hurd jr., Charles Babcock ii. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 2iyl g p. Everharty sister ��3r livery amp feed stable . The very Best horses carriages and Sample wagons can now be Hail promptly at the lowest rates. Office and stable near the r it. Depot. May 2, 1889. Loyl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. J. Murray proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 45yi is. Ii. 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 11. Amp a. P. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T8>yl Champion planing Mill John nagely proper. Dealer in a t 1 t a1 m �?�____1 ac., amp 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 John nagely . August 15, 1s89. 33yl found at last a first class me tidy restaurant a and a lunch room a at a Osi tens Ohio. Doc. Mckinsey proper where you can get a Good Square at any time. For governor James e. Campbell Butier comity. For lieutenant governor w. V. Marquis Logan. For supreme court judge m. I it. Follett Washington. For attorney general Jesse m. Lewis Champaign. For state treasurer w. E. Roden 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�?18th and 19th districts John a. Buchanan Tuscarawas. For representatives in general Assembly David ii. Troendly Eli 11 Benfer for treasurer Christian c. Forney. For sheriff Peter Goeler. For commissioner Edward i. Westhaver. For infirmary director Ozias Delong. Republican convention. The republicans held their county convention saturday. The crowd was somewhat larger than usual probably owing to the increased representation allowed since the basis was changed. They started in somewhat enthusiastically doubtless thinking there was sufficient opposition to two the democratic nominees that a Plum was within their grasp. Later developments in the convention however showed that in their scramble for these nominations they had blasted All their hope3. The convention was called to order and p. 8. Olmstead was chosen chairman. Or. 01 instead made a two minutes speech in support the Republican party the Joseph Benson Foraker a dynasty As Well As Harrison a administration. Or. Mccurdy was chosen Secretary amp prof. Duft Newcomerstown was chosen assistant Secretary. Each township furnished a member the following committees credentials rules and order business committee Central committee and com. On resolutions. Convention adjourned until 2 Clook. All townships were represented except Warren. The committee resolutions reported endorsing the Chicago platform 1888, and the administrations Larrison and Foraker and promised an increased vote in the earning Campaign. The report was mildly applauded. Nominations being next in order the names p. A. Garver a. G. Nelson and Henry Bowers announced for representative. Or. Garver was nominated the second ballot. Joseph Kollars was then nominated for second place As representative in other words he was chosen As the Lamb to be slaughtered to pull Garver through. George Welty was then nominated for treasurer by acclamation. W. Ii. Kep linger 8. Schweitzer John Rice Robert Galbraith Benj. F. Spring and David b. Moore were announced As candidates for sheriff. Moore Oxford was nominated the 5th ballot Lezekiah avar Dell was then nominated for commissioner by acclamation and Warner Rogers was nominated for infirmary director in the same Way. The democracy Ohio were very agreeably surprised upon meeting and making the acquaintance Virgil p. Kline Cleveland. 11 is speech from the Balcony Tae Philips House tuesday night revealed his ability and Power As an orator. His democracy is undoubted for he planted himself unhesitatingly upon the Side Tariff Reform and the leading Reform issues the Campaign. Lie makes a Good impression at first sight and is undoubtedly one Ohio a most Able men. Had be been the nominee lie would have carried the state beyond a doubt. Lie did not seek the Honor. It was a Case the people who know him seeking him. But his acquaintance was somewhat limited and had no one making a canvass for him. Or. Kline is one the rising men Ohio and he will be sought in the future for the people Ohio know him now. We announce his name As a candidate for president in 1892. The democracy need not be ashamed him for he will make another a Grover it is such men As Kline who will not stoop to the Low trickery in politics and the purchasing votes that we should seek to Honor. Dayton the Queen City Ohio entertained her guests during the democratic convention in handsome style. A she is possessed several Good hotels. Especial Praise May be Given the Philips Home for the courteous treatment by the proprietors excellent table and the successful handling and ministering to the wants such an immense crowd As was lodged and entertained at that House. The City Dayton is clean and progressive and has Many Beautiful business houses and residences. In fact it is a very attractive place. One thing Only we disliked and that was the sidewalks pavements. Not enough pains had been taken to smooth the stones and join them together. The City is full abreast the times in Public improvements. The press Dayton entertained the press the state in Royal style at the democratic club rooms for which Courtesy the Dayton press has our Best wishes. The Queen City has proven herself equal to the task taking care a state convention. Convention notes. Warren township cared so Little for the interest the Republican party that she did not Send a representation to the convention. The Pike run band was in attendance at the convention and rendered some Good music for one so Young in experience. Prof. Duff Newcomerstown stampeded the convention to Moore by an enthusiastic speech setting Forth his Moore a Soldier record. The Choice for sheriff saturday docs not please the masses the Republican party. They thought Bob Galbraith a surer Winner. The mane vering the republicans saturday indicate that they think that they can trip up one the candidates for representative and the sheriff nominated by the democracy. In this they will be sadly disappointed. The Republican part a in Goshen is not very harmonious just now. The primaries Friday showed that there is a Small Volcano beneath and that the lines Are quivering. The chiefs staff Are not a unit and concerted action will necessarily be averted. The Republican executive committee Tuscarawas county certainly deserve great credit at the hands the party for the systematic manner in which it has rigorously though courteously conducted the interests the party for the past year resulting in one the most enthusiastic Republican conventions held Here since the War. Yet it seemed to take great pleasure and derive much satisfaction in putting in nomination a ticket which the democrats the 5th november next will derive greater satisfaction in defeating even to the last Man the ticket no Trust. In North Dakota. Meal warm cold lunch ice Cream soft drinks wild came and oysters in Seaton. $2tcl quid and orderly a Beautiful place for fishermen at the River near by for camping parties. Come and enjoy yourselves and get your refreshments at Mcklin Seyu a restaurant at Goshen the Trenton Road. July 15, 1889. 30wl2 children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was Bick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became mis3, she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. 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 the Choice the democracy at Day ton while it does not please the entire party is one that will Crown the party with Victory this fall. Not so much account the strength and popularity . Campbell himself As upon his unequivocal acceptance the principles set Forth in the platform. We have Good reason to believe that he will advocate those principles in his canvass which will overcome the opposition the past. The platform the party is stronger than the Man but there is always room to a a grow in the Issue As made by the democratic party is clean Cut and unmistakable. It is a winning Issue. Tariff Reform and local self government have interested the people Ohio and awakened them to a sense their duty and the Effort to rebuke the Republican party for its blunders will be crowned with Success. The Liberal element the Republican party is tired Boss ism. The new states have done some heroic work in the framing their constitutions but we have seen nothing better from the conventions any them than an article in the Constitution North Dakota providing that any combination Between individuals corporations associations e Ither having for its object effect the controlling the Price any product the soil any article manufacture Commerce the Cost Exchange is prohibited and declared unlawful and against Public policy and that any and All franchises heretofore granted extended that May hereafter be granted to extend in the state shall when the owners violate this article he null and void. This is coming at the difficulty directly and in a practical Way. If every state in the Union had such a provision in its Constitution the country would be Safe from what is now one the greatest dangers connected with its Prosperity. Good doctrine the weeks doings. County commissioners were in session this week. Common pleas court convenes the 17th instant. The Small boy can dance once again to the cheerful tune the school Bell. Or. Salm at the Exchange hotel to Day. If anything is the matter with you go and see him miss Nora Gudgeon this City was married yesterday wednesday to . E. B. Grennawalt Dauphin a. Professor Ray was appointed school examiner by judge Yeagley last week in place prof. Beck whose time had expired. Kalamazoo mich., expects to realize $1,000,000 for celery this year. The business is chiefly in the hands hollanders. Charles a. Loder the German comedian will give a Street Parade at noon tuesday sept 10th. Come one and All to the opera House at night. The Cigar makers new Philadelphia canal Dover and Lockport turned out in Matt As a fraternity to attend the funeral Frank Brown monday p. The first annul Al exhibition the Western Pennsylvania exposition society will open at Pittsburg wednesday sept. 4th, and close saturday oct. 19th. Headquarters for drugs paints medicines school books school supplies Etc. Prices always the lowest at Wells drug store new Philadelphia 36w4 subscribe for the new Philadelphia times at $1 per year. It has 400 More subscribers than any other democratic paper published in Tuscarawas county printed in the English language. Found in front the court House the morning the 27th ult., a ladies Gauntlet Black kill Glove. The owner can have the same he calling at the times office and paying for this notice. For Sale a Good second hand Rhae ton i Loup make practically As Good As new and Cost $150. Will sell Low want to buy a two seat Rig is the reason for Selling. Inquire at the times office. 3t for next four weeks we will make special Price All Fine Wall paper and window blinds to make room for Holli Day goods. If you Are going to paper do it now and save Money. Wells drug store new Philadelphia 3gw4 . And mrs. G. W. Kates Philadelphia pa., will deliver two lectures spiritualism and give tests at Eagle Hall sunday next morning and evening. The Public Are invited to attend. The postal service by Way new Philadelphia to Bakersville is a poor excuse. The times package had failed to arrive at the place monday. We can to account for that for it was mailed Here All right. The largest Stock paints oils varnish and colors in the county. Be guarantee our White Lead and linseed Oil strictly pure. Lowest Price always at Wells drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. 86w4 w. C. Cook Dalton Wayne county who will succeed Hon. G. W. Crites As internal Revenue collector october 1st, was in town monday in company with . Crites making himself acquainted with the Field. Charles a. Loder As the German comedian made a hit. Lie is the Best artist the burlesque German character Type in the stage new York. At the opera House tuesday sept. 10th. 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. 3gtf Billett a Miller. Personal mention. Miss Lydia Downey is visiting friends at Beaver a. Miss Nena Deardoff a visiting Emma Welty. Miss miss Alice Lahmer spent thursday in Oneida. _ _ . Will. Blindly East Liverpool was in our town this week. Or. Hamilton Cambridge spent several Days in our City the past week. Or. Ii. H. Ripley Westchester was the guest clerk Donahey this week. Mrs. More and Little daughter Eva Are visiting relatives in Ashland Ohio. Thomas English Kansas City spent a few Days with friends Here this week. Messes Frank Irvine and Louis Welty have gone a two weeks trip to the lakes. Mrs. Armstrong Indianapolis is visiting her sister mrs James t. Of Don Nell. Mrs. Abe. Knisely Chicago is the guest her sister mrs. Englman and . Knisely. Mrs. Judge lather and daughter Carrie returned from their Cleveland trip saturday. Or. And mrs. Charles Jones were called Home to attend the funeral their Mother at Antrim. Miss Lizzie Marsh has returned from a very pleasant visit with friends in Canton. Or. Charles e. Coventry Kansas City is visiting his father John Coventry this City. Miss Maine Beatty Massillon was the guest miss Lou Savidge the past week. Miss Davis Mineral Point is guest . And mrs. De Brown week. The this w. B. Law and wife Harrison co., visited at the residence j. L. Kennedy saturday. Miss Winnie Smith Uhrichsville attended the party Given by miss Frankie Mclean High Street. The misses blotter Baltimore who have been visiting friends in this City returned Home monday. From Bakersville. From port Washington. From Dennison. Misses Hattie Carlisle and Laura Kennedy visited . Ulman and wife at Massillon last week. Or. And mrs. Nathan Stine Are ing their daughter mrs. Charles Liams water Street. Visit Wil mrs. Geckler returned last week from her trip across the briny deep having been gone about two months. Miss Berger liar Risburg Ohio and . Kelser Shreve Ohio Are guests miss Maine Criswell. Messes John Burry amp son have a lot fancy goods exhibition at the i Richville fair this week. Or. Frank and wife was called to attend the funeral her sister miss Callie Blind at port Washington. Miss Hattie Carlisle daughter j. N. Carlisle Pueblo Colorado is visiting at the residence John l. Kennedy. Hon. Lawrence t. Neal although not chosen to Lead the Ohio democracy will yet t be honoured by his party for his ability and courage in advocating the needed reforms 111 the administration government both state and National. His speech from the Balcony the Phillips House showed his courage and ability. Of Iii is proud such nieu. The platform is to be commended for two things it is Short and to the Point. It goes out its Way to favor Home Rule in Ireland but dexterously uses this to reinforce a demand for Home Rule in Ohio for such Home Rule As will enable cities to choose their own servants and control their own affairs. That is Good doctrine everywhere and the right kind an Issue to be raised in a state Ledger rep. _ a Benefit Ball was Given last thursday evening by the new Philadelphia fire department to Valentine Frew a disabled member. The receipts were $31.00. Or. Frew expresses Heartfelt thanks to All parties and especially to Silas Compton who was chief mover in the matter. 11. P. Baker the milk Man has placed a new and Beautiful Wagon upon his route in this City and miss a pc Allied looks very Queen like in it. We Are pleased to note this evidence Prosperity for . Baker is a Man to whom you can confidently look for an honest quart Good milk. Received for last weeks Issue but got mislaid hence we deem it advisable to publish this week. Eggs�?12c per dozen. Butter�?10 cents per Pound. The rumble the Thresher is again heard in the land. A number horsemen from about Here attended the Dover horse fair last week. Ii. J. Stonebrook was in Coshocton last week attending court. John troendly and wife who have been attending school at Lebanon Are at Home for a few weeks vacation. V. E. Bahmer attended the reunion the 51st V. I., at Coshocton last thursday and Friday. Communion service at the Evans Creek lutheran Church last sunday was largely attended. Mrs. Henry lower and mrs. Adam Levengood Chili were guests at . J. Lowers residence last Friday. Misses Alice and Lillie Pearis were in new Philadelphia last saturday. Or. Ross Huntsman Philadelphia roads is Here helping his father in the flouring Mill. Frank Hawk has gone to Columbus where he is employed As clerk in his brother a store. Mrs. Or. Lower and miss Ida Bixler were visiting friends and relatives in Coshocton last week. Miss Ada Grey Seville and miss Hunter Coshocton spent sunday with w. A. Mizeris family main St. Miss Millie Vogt Dennison a former teacher in the primary department Here is visiting her Many friends at this place. Miss Millie is a successful Teather Ami will teach the grammar school at Dennison the coming Winter. Sick list mrs. John Horn . W. Hawk . E. P. Stewart Pearl Swigert and mrs. Michael Mizer. The Hydraulic cider press Dover Street is squeezing out the Apple juice with a Hundred and eighty ton pressure. Those desiring much cider from a few apples should bring them to the Hydraulic. Last saturday evening shortly after the mail arrived the decency our streets was rendered obscene by an intoxicated Ribald ? who tried to run the town but he met an obstacle in the Way it was Curtis fist and it sent him sprawling to the ground. The Public sentiment is a a fair warning and rightly miss Violet Carnaham who has been visiting her Cousin miss la Wells returned to her Home in Dennison saturday. Frank Leggett Union township and Harry keel Boliver and brother mrs. We. Kennedy spent the Sabbath with the family John l. Kennedy. _ . Chas. Wyand and sister and . Wendall Abeline Kansas . And mrs. Austin Topeka and . And mrs. De. Arnold Massillon were guests s. Of Donnell and wife the past week. Or. It. E. Mcdonald prosecuting attorney and j. It. Neely clerk courts both Carroll county were in this City saturday last. They Are very Clever gentlemen and we would take them to be Bright efficient officers. Received too late for our last Issue. 1 the Little Village port Washington is still alive and Able to speak for itself though i believe it has not had a voice in the columns the times for some time but at this writing there is not much that would interest the general Public j. O. Nargney has taken a new departure in the stationery line and now comes a Fine Stock sunday school and Day school cards printed by himself. He desires the address sunday school superintendents and school teachers to whom he May Send prices. Quite a number a a port folks attended the sunday school picnic held at Brownings Ford last saturday. Several schools were present also the band and moravian choir this place. The program consisting vocal and instrumental music and recitations was Well rendered. The port band has contracted to furnish the music for the Uhrichsville fair. The a a boys Are under the instruction prof. P. Lanning and Are in Good shape. A coloured Camp meeting was held in Adam stockers Grove two Miles East town last saturday and sunday. Mrs. Mulvaine and son Jessie Newcomerstown were visiting with miss Sadie Benton last week. Miss Callie Blind after several weeks sickness did at her Home last tuesday August 20th. The funeral was held in the German lutheran Church thursday. Robert Nelson was at Tippecanoe last tuesday business. Charles Riley who has had charge the night Telegraph office Here during Otto Mccullough so two weeks a has been relieved . Mccullough again taking charge thursday night. Thomas Patterson Canton visited with his Cousin . Nelson a Day two last week. The school enumeration this District shows 225 Between the Ages six and Twenty one there being 112 males and 113 females. Septie miser 2, �?T89. A. Crile Pearl was in town business last Friday. Win. Evans Dennison visited in town the latter part last week. Ii. J. Stonebrook was in Shanesville business last saturday. Henry lower and Little son Webb the Vicinity Chili visited relatives in this place last Sabbath. Born to . And mrs. C. Hawk a boy baby. Ira b. Mizer and lady Evans Creek attended the festival at Keene last saturday evening. Or. Jacob Endlich has removed his Stock goods to the Hawk Block and is now Selling at greatly reduced rates. J. Stinebaugh was in canal Dover business last week. Most the Farmers in this neighbourhood Are through threshing and seem Well pleased with the crop. Jacob j. And Frank l. Mizer Evans Creek and quite a number from the Village attended the singing at Taylor a Church sunday evening. Mrs. John Horn who is suffering from pulmonary Phthisic is said to be in a very critical condition. A number people from this place Are attending the state fair at Columbus this week. Michael 11. Mizer has gone with Rev. Yeisley to Erie pa., to attend Synod. A. Stephon spent sunday with w. E. Case at Newcomerstown. Harry g. And Hal. B. Stonebrook attended the picnic which was held in behalf the local correspondents the Index at Browing a Ford last saturday and report a Good time a Larry g. Has been their correspondent from this place for More than a year and seems to possess a special faculty for news. Quot a to september 2, �?T89. Miss Gussie Stocker starts to Day for Lebanon where she expects to attend the National Normal University. Miss Carrie Deacon after a several weeks visit with her sister mrs. George Cornet returned to her Home in Pittsburg tuesday last week. She was accompanied As far As Dennison by . Otto Mccullough. A. Ii. Dentith was the Lucky bidder for the janitor ship the school House a his bid being $90. Fred Eckert Cut a severe Gash in his hand while threshing for Frank Stocker. W. B. Stevens Uhrichsville ? in Dayed with his a a Best a . Warden Dennison and miss Minnie Stocker this place were United in marriage at the Home the brides Mother last sunday at 10 clock a. M., by Rev. W. Ii. Oerter. Last evening no Small stir was created by the ringing the fire Bell. The congregation was comfortably seated in the moravian Church and the opening services just Over when the alarm was Given. The whole congregation left the Church and proceeded in the direction the lire which proved to be Only a Small Blaze in a closet Rev. Krafts dwelling. The company hastened to the scene and had the flames extinguished before Many one remarked that the congregation would most Likely be women As they were the first Back to the Church but it was amusing to Sec everyone Man woman and child come Back and take exactly the same seats they occupied before. They were certainly Well rewarded by the excellent Sermon to which they listened. School opened to Day with the following teachers supt. L. Cronebach grammar department c. N. Sperling third room miss Eva Porter second f Ary department miss Botimer and Pri Mary miss Maud Mulvaine. A. P. Ril fool. A meeting the army tin Cumberland at Chattanooga. A Young Man named Charles Moore Bridgeport was killed in the c. w. Yards at Uhrichsville last Sun 1 by afternoon. It was his first trip Over the Road. He pulled the coupling pin Between the engine and caboose while they were in motion and attempted to step from the caboose to the engine he missed his step and fell under the caboose and was killed instantly. An unknown Man at least he refused to give his name had his leg Cut off in the ii Andle Yard Here sunday evening. He attempted to jump a moving freight train missed his hold and fell under the cars. Or. Mccurdy amputated the leg above the knee. A Young son James smythe employed in the shops had the thumb and Finger one hand taken off last Friday by being caught in the cog wheels a Bolt machine. Or. Mccurda amputated the injured member and the Young Man is getting along nicely. John Foote a Section hand had his foot badly crushed by a Section track falling it. While the injury is painful it is not serious and Foote will be All right in a few Days. Quite a number republicans More than usual went from Here last saturday to attend the Republican convention. The republicans Are going to make a desperate Effort to elect at least one candidate their ticket presumably one the representatives. Agents Are already going around offering to Trade governor Foraker for representative. Let the democrats beware and under no circumstances scratch their ticket. The republicans want to save the legislature even if Foraker whom they Are All tired has to go. Or. David Wright the Pittsburgh a times a visited his brother Thomas the past week. Or. J. B. Same and daughter Hazel returned saturday alter a months visit with friends in Steubenville. Or. E. C. Lingan and children Are visiting friends in Mansfield The Uhrichsville fair commences sept. 3, and if the weather remains Good promises to be the most successful in the history the association. George sumeral mail clerk called friends Here sunday. Democrats listen to no propositions to Trade your ticket. You have a Good ticket vote it clean. Cyrus. Tis Money after All. From sugar in Llemit. Grandmother Wert Man who saw her eighty first summer spent sunday in Winfield. Mrs. Join Burkhalter Sun Dayed in Orrville. The Cornet band this place will go to the picnic at Shanesville next saturday. Amos Hostetler n. C. Beachy and u. G. Hostetler Are attending the Ohio state fair this week. The first Republican primary election Ever held in this township was held at this place last Friday evening. There were thirty four votes polled which was beyond All expectations. A John Hostetler the Blacksmith has sold his shop to the Zahner Brothers Ragersville the latter Are machinists and master hands and will undoubtedly do a Large business. They Are not Only master hands but gentlemen in every respect. We Welcome them in our midst and wish to them unbounded Success. John after Selling came to the conclusion that he could not leave a town As enterprising As this so he will build another Home at this place for himself and stay with us. Relate re fro. Miss Ella Mccleary Newcomerstown and Miff a Fannie Gross port Washington two the Young ladies employed in our Union schools arc now costly domiciled with mrs d. Min Ich East High Street. I Dulier in Ltd son die together a a singular Cire Matane. A scrap paper saves her i f cremation has been legalized in Sweden and is Likely soon to be authorized in Norway. As Foraker will open his Campaign in a coloured Section this state in order to Stem the tide disaffection among the Negros it will be in order for him to explain his disgustedly quitting Ohio Wesleyan University because a coloured Man was admitted As a dealer. A new England Man advises a Young Man who has two thousand Dollas and wishes to buy a farm to loan the two thousand to some Farmer and go to work for him by the month. He thinks the Young Man will own the farm in due time. Fine Job printing done a the fool Hardy c. I it. Graham who attracted attention by going through the whirl Pool rapids at Niagara Falls in a barrel has eclipsed All his past foolishness by going Over the Falls in his barrel and actually came out alive though badly bruised. He has overcome the worst dangers nature Earth but hades is yet unconquered and his barrel would scarcely carry him through that. Sunday afternoon Peter Nyffenegger a Young German labourer was drowned in the Tuscarawas River just below the Bridge. He and another Young Man drove their horse and buggy into the River for the purpose washing the buggy and tightening the tires. Not knowing the depth the water he plunged in where it was near 20 feet deep. The horse and buggy went Down taking Nyffenegger along he Holdin to the lines. The other Young Man jumped into the water and swam out. The horse was also drowned. About 3 i hours later All were drawn out lie funeral took place monday afternoon. It was just an Ordinary scrap wrapping paper but it saved her life. She was in the last stage consumption told by physicians that she wa3 incurable and could live Only a Short time she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece wrapping paper she read . Kings new discovery and got a Sample bottle it helped her she bought a Large bottle it helped her More bought another and grew better fast continued its use and is now Strong healthy Rosy plump weighing 140 pounds. For Fuller particulars Send stamp to w. H. Cole druggist fort Smith. Trial bottles this wonderful discovery free at f. C. Miller amp son drug store. Half rate Harvest excursions. Will leave Chicago and Milwaukee via the Chicago Milwaukee a St. La aul railway for Points in Northern Iowa Minnesota South and North Dakota Montana Colorado Kansas and Nebraska August g and 20, september 10 and 24, and october 8, 1889. Tickets Good for return passage within 30 Days from Date Sale. For further information circulars showing rates fare maps Etc., address a. V. Ii. Carpenter general passenger agent Milwaukee wis. 32w4 last saturday a sad scene was witnessed at the residence judge we. B. Brown. Or. Brown had been in declining health for two three years and a few Days ago was stricken with paralysis. Saturday it became evident that he had but a few hours to judge Brown who was 84 years old has lived a widower 30 years his third wife having died in 1s59. One his sons Frank p. Brown aged 37 years and who has suffered from epilepsy from childhood lived with the father they hiring an old lady to keep House for them. Father and son were engaged in the Cigar business. Their companionship was almost constant each always seemed to have the care and Comfort the other at heart. So much concern did each have for the other that both had expressed a wish to die at the same time. On saturday Frank seeing that death would soon claim his father became almost frantic with grief and prayed that he might die first and told his brother judge a. Ii. Brown that he must die first. While grieving thus he was attacked with epilepsy and fell to the floor lie was removed to a bed where he expired about 1 clock and at 3 clock the father died. So they had their wish father and son stepping into eternity together. Judge we. B. Brown was an old and respected citizen this county and held the office probate judge six years lie ba3 four children who survive him judge a. H. Brown and three daughters. Frank p. Brown remained single during life and was an upright Young Man. Their remains were Laid to rest monday in the new Philadelphia cemetery. For meeting the army the Cumberland at Chattanooga september 18th and 19th, rate one fare for round trip,$9.75, will be made from Cincinnati. Tickets sold sept. 12th, and loth Good for return to oct. 10th, via the Queen and Crescent route. This is one the grandest Scenic lines the continent passing As it does through the Beautiful Blue grass Region Kentucky crossing the famous High Bridge which spans the Kentucky River at an Elevation 285 feet above the Channel passing through the pretty towns Lexington Deleware Nicholasville and the fruit counties Lincoln and Pulaski. In the mountains at Point Burnside where the line crossed the Cumberland River the scene is one picturesque grandeur beyond description. This is the Only direct line running entire trains through without charge. Three express trains daily leave Central Union depot Cincinnati i. We re in this world to labor and help our Fellowmen. The one does this a the other that a by muscle strength and brain. But for this help and labor we have the Cheek and Gall to ask you for the Money so a tis Money after All. Its Money after All. Its Money after All. We Are All after Money so a tis Money after All. The doctor in his office sits among his phial and pills and says he pays his visits to cure the Peoples ills. But the Price he will ask you for the Medicine and Call will convince you that he a quacking for the Money after All. Its Money after All. Its Money after All. The doctor quacks for Money so a tis Money after All. The minister selects a text and thus devoutly says a repent be sinners and believe forsake your evil ways. Pm Labouring for the master do you hear his precious Call a but lies Labouring for the Money so a tis Money after All. Its Money after All. Its Money after All. Lies Labouring for the Money so a tis Money after All. The lawyer whispers in your ear a a your claim is just and True. Ill make collection quickly and proceeds to but for getting compensation he a the cheesiest All. He will take the whole a co Boodle a so a tis Money after All. Its Money after All its Money after All. Boodle a he will take the whole a com so a tis Money after All. The office seeker roves about from morning till night and says if lies elected hell legislate for right. But when he is in Congress lies the biggest rogue All. He gobbles up the Money so a tis Money after All. Its Money after All. Its Money after All. Lie gobbles up the Money so a tis Money after All. A a s Ufal estate transfers. Frederick Butcher to Johnw. Paul us lot 2g part 27, Philipsburg $8,400. Annie e. Cahill to Foster w. Moore lots 22 and 23, Uhrichsville 175. James Dunlap to Jack t. Hammond part Block a Dover 201. We. Mcconnell to Ezekiel in Walior ton strip land Uhrichsville 2u0. Sarah font to Amanda c. Huff 3 acres Washington 050. W. Pm lash to Jacob l. Maurer John Lash lot 62, Bolivor 1100. Henry Licker to Henry Shoup lots 3 and 4, Philipsburg 475. Daniel Davy a adm., to Belle Davy 50�?T, acres Fairfield 2,103. Sarah font to we. Ii. Shaw lot 25, Newtown 125. We ii. Price to Peter Karl 8 9, Winfield 80. Thos. Mears adm., to Mary Maloy lot 20, Dennison 2200. G. R. Ames to Andrew Lockard 40 acres Salem twp 2100. Daniel w. Ames to Andrew Lockard 40 acres Salem twp., 1040. Henrietta Mears it Al to Mary f. Lot 2o, Dennison 2200. slate a air. Eup Epsy features at the Ohio Central fair. Is centrally and beautifully located. Has an established reputation being second to none in the state and in fact leads them All. Pays All her premiums $0,00o will be paid in premiums this year. Has engaged a first class circus to exhibit the grounds 3rd and 4th Days the fair. An excellent musical combination will give open air concerts each Day. A professor music will furnish vocal and instrumental renditions which cannot fail to please and lie appreciated. The races will be equal to any in the state As a Superior Grade horses will be there and sharply contest for the Liberal purses uttered. High bred and thorough bred Stock All kinds will be exhibited and offered for Sale the grounds also machinery All kinds. No gambling will be allowed about the grounds. Excursion rates All railroads leading directly to Newcomerstown. An elegant Floral Hall filled to overflowing with Fine pictures Flowers shrubbery curiosities fancy work Etc. Refreshments All kinds furnished and pure fresh water for Man and beast conveniently distributed Over the grounds. Officers to preserve order and give any need information. A place for the Safe keeping baggage and All other necessary conveniences. An excellent Opportunity to meet old friends pleasantly while away the time. Please remember the dates sept. 17,18,19, 20. Excursion via Pennsylvania lines. Excursion tickets will be sold via the Pennsylvania lines to Columbus from september 2d to 6th, at rate $2,95 cts from Uhrichsville Junction Good returning until september 7th. For time trains see Bills. Unclaimed letters for the week ending August 31, 1889 j. A. Camp mrs. E. A. Priest miss Lottie Jones Henry Bruch Henry Fisher Emma Beaber miss Ida Smith mrs. Josaphine Janey Geo. Fox Allen Boyde Henry v. Sites e. Boles. Daniel Kobs i. Vor Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town goo inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can he had at the times office. Of this is what you ought to have in fact you must have it to fully enjoy life. Thousands Are searching for it daily and mourning because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands dollars Are spent annually by our people in the Hope that they May attain this Boon. And yet it May be had by All. We guarantee that electric bitters if used according to directions and the use persisted in will bring you Good digestion and oust the Demon dyspepsia and install instead Eup Epsy. We recommend electric bitters for dyspepsia and ail diseases liver stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. And $1.00 per bottle by f. C. Miller amp son druggist. Meteoric velocities. Harvest excursion the Pennsylvania lines will sell cheap tickets september 10th, 24th and october 8tb, 18s9. The Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburgh will sell excursion tickets at one fare for the round trip to principal Points in the Northwest Southwest and South Good returning thirty Days from Date Sale. For full information apply to the nearest passenger ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines. 36 w3 meteorites have been known to weigh Many tons while it has been estimated that some shooting Starit which have proven to be like composition weigh not More than two Grams and not one in Twenty reaches a Pound. These bodies begin to glow when As High As eighty Miles and though the smaller fragments Are completely burned and disappear while still High in tic air their rate travel in our atmosphere has been pretty accurately measured. The lowest velocity yet determined states prof. J. Norman Lockyer is something like two Miles per second the highest some fifty Miles a second and the average probably thirty Miles a second which is about 150 times faster than a Shell leaves one our most powerful guns. Our meteoric bombardments would be serious without the protecting air Cushion. Having a larger Stock italian bees than i wish to keep i will sell a portion them at fair prices. They arc in fir to class condition. Call the editor the times. Chases Barley malt whisky is free from All Trace Verdigris other impurity. Being Rich and nutritious it builds up the feeble and consumptive. Sold by a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia. 35w4 House for Salt. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. Marriage licenses granted. E. B. Wharton and Minnie j. Stocker. John f. Beyers and Alice a. Kuhn. John Young and Katie Hardesty. Any person in need a first class typewriter should not fail to write to j. W. Kolli Stone Creek o., for Cata Logue and Sample writing the world typewriter. Over 100,000,000 Forest Trees were planted the Prairies the Northwest last year. Nebraska planted the largest number Kansas second Dakota third and Minnesota fourth. Farmers Are coming to town now to Trade. They have their Harvest saved and it is hoped have some Money and we will not object to their giving the times office a Call. A Watermelon firm at Adams Park ia., which consists 800 acres and produces 4<>0 car loads melons is said to be the largest Watermelon p itch in the world

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