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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 11, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. 300k5, Bill Heads posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicit d. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. Lye a. 100 12 00 3 00 5 00 200 5 00 7 50 15 0- 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday september 11, 1890. Number 37. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1880. Going East. Ran -4 j3 h 0 y co a a. Express local. A Kava new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 0c . 1 00 1 10 a a Raoul Dover. 6 35 a a 210 a a Zoar. 7 15 Quot 2 25 a a 2 00 Quot Mineral Point. 7 30 Quot 2 31 a a 215 a a a Aioli. 5 00 a a 2 46 a a 259 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 a a 2 51 a a 3 07 Quot Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 old a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 3 32 Minerva. 9 00 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 0 to 3.55 a a Alliance. La 00 a a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 a a Well Ville. 1210 a a 4 50 Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 00 a going West. Stations. Mall. Express local. 1 leave Pittsburgh. 610 . 4 40 8 15 12 45 . 10 10 2 40 Wellsville. Cleveland. 8 00 1 15 Alliance. 10 25 3 10 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 10 . Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 11 12 4 36 7 55 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 15 Waynesburg. 11 23 5 00 1 8 55 Magnolia. 11 33 5 07 i 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 10 6 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia ,12 20 6 15 11 00 new Philadelphia times. All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains on the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare Etc. Apply to j. F. Mylar. Agent new Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph Wood e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Cleveland and Marietta Ray. In effect May 11, 1890. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 5. 1 no.3. No. 1 a no. 2 no. 4 500pm 1115am. Cleveland. 230 pm Cio 1 230pm a. L28pwakron. 114 1223 658 Cantou. To 4 a. Toledo. 620 74-5 230laval car 1145aj 700 in a 805 253 540 anal Over 1122 685 815 303 550 Turners. 1112 t625 ,.20 309 555 Black band. 1106 1620 825 315 600 Philipsburg 11 0 615 886 813 327 611 wolfs. 1047 1502 337 620 co motown 1040 555 852 37 680 Post boy. 1029 545 858 854 637 Guernsey. M22 .538 9 3 359 642 Kimb Ouon. 1017 533 912 4 9 651 Millers. Loos 523 819 416 .05 Oldham a. 1001 516 92.5 42-5 i 702 a a Ambridge. 955 51 1 141 724 Byersville 932 453 4-r4 737 it pleasant 919 440 5>3 t�?T43 Glenwood. 913 433 506 1749 Ava. I07 427 516 759 526 1809 belie Valley 858 41s a said Well. 848 408 533 a Quot it Dudley. 838 358 .510 321 South Olive 832 352 545 a -7 Dexter City 827 347 552 834 Macksburg 82� 340 559 841813 332 612 853 Warner. 759 313 622 i 903 Whipple. Sj9 75 3 637 1913 Stanley. 733 253 247 643 24 1 Aywood. 727 700 90 Marietta. 716 2301043 la Parks by 225 140 pm a done to Stop. Flag stations. Trains no. 2 and no. 5 run daily and carry through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore and Vasington. Through coaches on trains no. 2, 3, and 5 Between Marietta Canton Akron Cleveland Ami Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with cd. A b., t. Amp 0. C. Sex. Ky., z to. R., and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with A 0. East and West at Newcomerstown with pc. A St l. East and West at canal Dover with c. L. A w. And c. A p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. A l. K. And Valley try. W k Richards Geum a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Schedule taking effect june 15, 1890. Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 a per trains depart from Alliance As follows on Central Lime going West no. 1. Fast Linet 2-30 9. Chicago express. 10-20 11. Mail. 9-20 3. Mail express. 4-o0 going feast no. Fast line 3-45 14. Accommodation 6-30 4. Mail. 3-10 10. Fast express 9-10 20. Day express10-30 p in 6. Alliance accommodation 2-45 trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a a 12-45 a a and 2-30 . Arrive it Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at 9-50 a a. 4-30 and 8-00 pm. . 3 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running of trains apply to the ticket agent Alliance Ohio. Daily. Daily except sunday. Daily except monday. E a. Ford general pass Ami ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. Samuel More editor and proprietor going East. Express. Express. Express. Accommodation thursday september ii 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 the p. C. Amp St. Louis railway. Pan handle route. Going West. Trains depart from the p. C. Amp St. Louis depot Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. U-05 accommodation. T 5-Zu express. 12-15 express. T 3-53 2-45 11-05 2-40 8-15 a a so Utke new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advance�1.00 if not paid within three mods a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. A to address All matter intended for publication to the times. The weeks doings. Democratic judicial convention. A everyday. Central time except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg Columbus Cincinnati Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trains East and West. For time tables rates of fare through tickets and further information regarding the running of trains apply to ticket agent i a Riehs Ville Junction Ohio. E. A. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. I a of x w it w he h Cloo o0 a a a 8 w o w it i = 0 a t k a 0 h 0 00 a 54 54 z 0 2 i 1 0 a 0 a Xci a -4 s x. At Quot to a a q. I 0 is Zig 7 Nih Romr. If 35 o 20 to 0 a it 00 act stations. La Cleveland a Peninsula. Akron. Canton. A Val a Jet la n e amp c v x a 1 c Buscc 1 to in .0-.e t Quot a 1 cd c 1 to i 5 to c a get a i of t a 3c or. T 1 0 of 0 Vicic wac 82 a com i Roxo a 1 a a a it it to o �1 x 2 i gag c4&Quot i o the committee of the eighteenth and nineteenth districts met at Cambridge Ohio on tuesday july 29th, 1890 and decided to hold the next Democrat District convention at Newcomerstown Ohio on thursday sept., 11th. 1890. At 1 of clock . For the purpose of nominating one candidate for member of state Board of equalization and transact such other business As May come before the convention. The representation in said convention will be based on the vote of gov. James e Campbell for 1s89, and will entitle each county to one Delegate for every 100 voters and one Delegate for every fraction of 50 or More votes cast for James e Campbell As follows coshocton.54 Guernsey.24 Monroe .37 tuscarawas53 Noble part 11 w. Mccabe wire Hamilton Secretary. Chairman. Democratic state ticket. For Secretary of state icon. Thai. E. Cromley of Pickaway county. For supreme judge Hon. George Okey of Franklin county. For member of Board Public works Hon. Leopold Etfer of Miami county. Democratic county ticket. For congressman fourteenth District James w. Owens of Licking county. For probate judge Jasper h. Mitchell of Dover. For clerk of courts John c. Dona hey of Terry. For recorder Hugh t. Minnis of Goshen. For prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick of Goshen. For county commissioner Adam Miller of Oxford. For Surveyor Oliver h. Hoover of Goshen. For infirmary director James m. Porter of Mill. For Coroner Bazil d. Downey of Goskin. Be Ever True to the democratic party. An open enemy is to be respected in comparison to the sneaking Slimy conduct of a pretended Friend As much so in politics As in any other such a be flow will even neglect the Mother that gave him birth. The Rush township Quot Judas a who sought to betray the democratic party through the columns of Tho Ohio Democrat is now busily engaged in his traitorous conduct in organizing an element against Jasper Mitchel. The Day of reckoning will come when he seeks to Crail into the legislature. Auction auction Fine jewelry at auction attend the auction at Sellers store. The weeks doings. Attend the auction at store. Fliers Jewely attend the auction at Sellers a jewelry store every afternoon. Remember that the Newcomerstown fair will be sept. 23, 24, 25 and 20. Ladies you Are especially invited to attend the auction at Sellers jewelry store every afternoon and evening. Jason Smith insulted citizens in Pike run Posto Tice and was taken to jail where he was troubled with Quot tickets on Sale at Halls jewelry store for prices�?15, 25 and 35c. September 11, 12 and 13th. Done to miss a Good laugh for it is better than Medicine. We. Walton and John Griffith became intoxicated Friday night and instead of going to their Homes slept in the Allentown Church and saturday paid $8.00 each for so doing. Chris Gerber so Sallie Walker won first Money in the trotting race at Uhrichsville. Or. Mcdermott a horse took second Money and a High Jack a belonging to Nathaniel Harden third Money. The balloon ascension at the Uhrichsville fair was a failure in one respect As the people who were holding the balloon Down let go too Quick before the Quot Aeron to could seize his trapeze and away it sailed with the Parachute and trapeze dangling in the air and the chagrined prof. Left behind. Our people were much elated Over the prospects of having the c. Amp p. Extended to Dennison but the Pennsylvania company has too Many Irons in the fire and inform our town Council that they can not give that Extension any attention until Spring. E. Longacre v. S., and h. Zinkon of Baltic have returned from an extended trip East having visited viagra Falls Buffalo Marysville Chautauqua and Many other Points in new York and Canada. They report a Good time and Are the kind who can enjoy such a trip. If you Are a Lover of Fox Hunting come to the county Faira Dover wednesday oct. 1st. There will be three classes one for the Best trailing dog another for the fastest dog and one for hounds under one year old. A Lively Fox and a Good pack of hounds can Knock a brass band silly when it comes to music so some of our old Hunting friends Tell us. 37w3 splendid attractions at the Newcomerstown fair. You can see the massacre of Gen. Custer sept. 25th you can guess at no. Of tickets sold that Day and win a first class fare to Niagara Falls also you can witness a wedding on the grand stand at 11 of clock you can see the Champion Rifle shot of the world Don Francisco. The Edison phonograph will be there and then the races. Of my. Just go and see them. General Bob Kennedy in a recent speech in the House said that mat Quay senator from Pennsylvania and chairman of the National Republican committee stands branded As a criminal and that the Republican party can not afford to follow the leadership of a branded criminal. A tis True he does stand branded As a criminal and no doubt it is True but How much better is the official who presides Over the nation As the beneficiary of quays conduct of democrats defeat the county ticket this fall then you can look out for no More democrats will fill the county offices for some time to come. Retaliation will Crown your work for years to come. Republicans Are laughing in their sleeves at the dirty work that is being done by would be democrats and Are doing everything they can to create dissension. They Are even trying to raise a nationality prejudice by saying the germans were snubbed and Quot no German on the ticket. Democrats this is a two edged sword done to pick it up when thrown at your feet by republicans for the purpose of having the party in this county commit suicide. One of the unfortunate occurrences at the Uhrichsville fair was the killing of Quot Almont a the thoroughbred stallion belonging to messes. B. P. Scott and j. M. Custer of this place and Nicholas Amos and a or. Aden of Harrison county. The horse was valued by the owners at $10,000. Gett of Rockford and Bob Mcmillen the Driver of Almont and two or three others were speeding their horses around the track when Leggett who was speeding Hia horse the return Way of the track As the others were going the regular Way got out of place causing a collision the sulky Shaft of Leggett a Rig penetrated the breast of Almont to the depth of 18 inches striking the heart killing the horse instantly. Leggett a horse was injured some but not seriously or. Leggett was thrown out and badly bruised but will recover. The Accident is much to be regretted As it was a heavy loss. Attend the auction at Sellers store. Attend the auction at Sellers jewelry store every afternoon and evening. New philadelphian turned out nobly to patronize the fair at Uhrichsville. The cheapest drugs and Patent med loins in the county at Wells drug store. F. Douthit purchased P. Taylor a interest in Centre Block saturday for $3,500. John Eckert has made some excellent improvements in his Fine shoe store lately. De. Ehret who is in county jail for rape has the bilious fever in its worst form. Hilarity at the opera House sept. 11, 12 and 13th. Done to fail to attend and enjoy an evening of Delight. The largest Stock of White Lead linseed Oil Varr tithes colors brushes and painters supplies in the county at Wells drug store. 36w4 the German Catholic Congress will Convene at Pittsburgh on sept. 21st. Excursion rates via the Pennsylvania lines. See notice in this paper. Farmers desiring their will do Well to inquire at fice for choppers. Corn Cut up the times of-37 w 2 see Davidson a comedy company at opera House thursday Friday and saturday evenings sept. 11, 12,13. Frank. Davidson has a Fine company do not fail to see them thursday evening at opera House. Tickets on Sale at Halls. Prices�?15, 25, 35. Springfield 111. Register Quot the Gen eral verdict was that it was one of the Best entertainments that has been Given in the City for at opera House thursday Friday and saturday evenings. A cat at Washington c. H., in the past four months is said to have carried Home 42 rabbits 5 quails 30 mice and 20 pieces of other game. It would doubly repay some of our nimrods to get that cat. Miss Kate Miller gave an elegant masquerade party tuesday evening last at the residence of or. And mis. O. Ii. Hoover. There were 38 Young people present and All pronounced the occasion an enjoyable one. Last thursday night Between the hours of 12 and 1 of clock the citizens were startled to hear the fire Bell ring. It was discovered that the barn belonging to mrs. We. Eberhardt was ablaze. The fire company turned out and did Good work. Supposed to be incendiary. Insured for $225. Left a Ash pile. Picnic arranged by the choir and Sabbath school of Jerusalem a reformed Church on Stone Creek. Good speaking in German and English Good music vocal and instrumental games will be indulged in refreshments Etc. A Gohd time to All who will favor us with their attendance. Come All. Rev. F. Kalbfleisch. Did you Ever hear the Martins when they were about to depart for their Quot sunny South Home Well it is surely a pleasure to listen to their Chi Ruping to their Young broods that never travelled the dark Road to a More congenial clime during the wintry months. On last tuesday night Between the hours of 8 and 12 of clock they gathered together and departed. Will return in Spring time. Probably the greatest time canal Dover Ever had or new Philadelphia Ever witnessed will be the dedication of the new school House at canal Dover on Friday this week. Bands from All Over the country Are invited to attend. Also All the different lodges will participate. It is claimed there will be 7,000 people in the procession. A regular program will be carried out. Go be sight seers and see something grand. Points about people. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world Tor cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Saf action or Money refunded. Price 25 cents str Box. For Sale by f. C Miller amp son. 6y2 when a Democrat has enjoyed the emoluments of a county office and then turns out to oppose the democratic ticket and Aid tiie Republican candidates he forfeits All claims As a Democrat. He should go Over to the Republican party and stay there. It is claimed we have some traitors of this kind. Furnish us the proof and we will publicly expose them. The present incumbents As Well As the sex officials owe a duty to the party that gave them office and aided them financially. Just look around you and see How Many Are at work for the ticket. Shame on you. Go to work now for the ticket and not let it be said that your love for the party is measured by your Petty greed for the Money that is in the office. We shall ventilate this scheming that is going on Here among democrats if there is any More of it. The Uhrichsville and Dennison fair passed off last week with More than its usual degree of Luck As to weather the first three Daj a of the fair were Bright weather and on thursday there was an immense crowd on the grounds. Thursday was grand army Day and the old Soldier won the crowd. The Sham Battle was quite an attraction but the boys had no show for the crowd closed in on them and gave them a very poor Chance to make a display. The old soldiers went at it with a vim however and the rattle of the Musket no doubt reminded them of the Days of actual experience on the Battle Field. Or. Mcfadden of Gilmore met with quite an Accident when the charge was made to take the Cannon. Something a he does not know what struck him in the face taking off half of his hat brim and lacerating the end of his nose lips and Chin. The flesh was torn off the Chin to the Bone. The wound is not dangerous but painful. It was a narrow escape for if the missile whatever it was had struck on the head or Throat it no doubt would have killed him. Some think it was a ramrod that was left in a gun and was revolving As it went. Two others were slightly injured. The races on thursday were crowded out. Friday morning rain set in and in the Forenoon nothing was done except to pass on the various classes of Stock. In the afternoon the Wreather tvs More favourable and a trotting race was Given and a very interesting one too although the track was very Muddy. The fair was a Success financially and had not the rain set in the races would have been Good. The Hall was All that could be expected this year. Some excellent Stock was on exhibition. We congratulate the managers on being so successful with the weather against them on the closing Day. The visiting season is nearly Over. Michael Mizer of Zoar station was in town saturday. L. B. Wei to Zanesville trip. Has returned from his or. Helms of Steubenville is visiting James a. Linn. Or. W. D. Knisely is very sick with typhoid fever. Miss Drake of Massillon is visiting mrs. O. Knisely. Emuel Rausch of Uhrichsville was in Tow i Over sunday. Patsy brow Ning of Cleveland is the guest of t. W. Jackson. Mrs. Abram Sharp had a severe attack of croup sunday night. Sherman Marks of Toledo is visiting his Mother mrs. O. Knisely. New Cumberland. Val. Schaeffer of Columbus has been employed by j. C. Dittmar. Or. Bower of Beaver pa., is visiting de. Sargent North Broadway. Charles Hamilton of Columbus was in our City saturday evening. Henry Wiandt and wife left monday for Illinois to visit their relatives. Fred. Heind Engartner of Canton visiting his son alex., in this City. Is the annual meeting of the woman a foreign missionary society of the m e. Church took place saturday and sunday. The meeting was Well attended and the exercises quite interesting. The program consisted of greeting by the pastor address of Welcome by miss Annie Fackler response mrs. S Strahl annual address mrs. D. Ii. Lee a returned missionary from India paper miss Laura Adams recitation Quot what is woman a work a miss a. Spencer address miss m. J. Elliott a returned missionary from Japan. All exercises were Good and some very Good. The report shows a Good work in the cause. The next annual meeting we ill be held at Uhrichsville. Jake Wagner and son Harry left monday to visit friends at new Castle a. _ j. M. Burtcher and j. W. Horn of Dover were in town on business saturday. _ miss Florence Hardesty spent a few hours at Valley Junction one Day last week. T. Fribley left on tuesday for Springfield mo., to visit his sister mrs. Grim. G. Murray of Buffalo n. Y., will auctioneer the jewelry goods off for Sellers. Miss Millia Niles has been visiting miss Lulu Milar South of town for a few Days. _ mrs. Phoebe Denton of Decatur ills., is visiting at the residence of we. B. Winch this City. A party of about fifteen Dove rites attended the lutheran Church of this City last sunday. Sex sheriff Goudy and wife and Frank Goudy and his wife were at the picnic near Ragersville saturday. Mrs. Jas. Spence has been called to Martinsburg Ohio by the severe illness of her Mother mrs. Blackburn. Mrs. W. Ii. Coley and sister mrs. J. A. Hinkle Are at the bedside of their sister who is ill at it. Hope Ohio. Henry Gribble was adjudged insane last week and was taken to Columbus Asylum by sheriff Goeler wednesday. Mrs. Winch Mother of w. B. Winch who is past 80 years of age has been seriously ill with heart trouble but is some better at present. Mrs. Mathew Adams of Cadiz mrs. Rev. Strahl and mrs. Emma Foutz of Deersville delegates to the missionary meeting at this place we Ere the guests of the times family. % or. Samuel Sedgwick of Cleveland after a visit of several Days with relatives and acquaintances Here returned Home tuesday. He says he never enjoyed himself better than on this occasion. Have you attended the great auction Sale of clocks watches silverware jewelry of All kinds and in fact anything Ever kept in a first class jews Ery store at Sellers ? if not you should do so at once whether you need anything m that line or not. Everything is going at a great sacrifice and or. Sellers guarantees every article sold to be exactly As represented so you can lose nothing and probably save much by purchasing at this one of the greatest auction sales of Jewely Etc., Ever in this county. Ladies Are especially invited every afternoon and evening. Received too late for last week the people of our Vicinity have been treated to a virtue ? by the holding of a Camp meeting of the coloured persuasion in the Beautiful Grove near town. There we As quite a contrast in the nature of each of their exercises. On sundays we had the Rich truths of the gospel expounded ? by one of the Quot culled Brethren who dwelt largely on Quot mesas and the prop lists of Olding times a together we Ith the Quot mounting of peace and during their week sessions amusements such As concerts Reading and recitations by the a culled sintering a were Given. Socials in which the Young men of our Vicinity took quite a hilarious part said to have been augmented by negro Corn juice which we As in Camp and we hich was a very attractive feature the hilarity causing the land lord to keep late hours in Camp. For details inquire of the Quot Jolly twelve who participated therein. On last Sabbath in the afternoon the services were interrupted by some Quot Perth men and boys from Malvern and Vicinity who strutted Over the Camp insulting ladies and when and ised to take a Hasty departure drove into a vehicle standing at or near the Entrance overturning it and causing damage thereto to the amount of $4.50. The boys left Wiser than they came. Moral if you do not know How to behave abroad stay at Home and save disgrace to your parents. We hardly think religion and morality Are encouraged by this coloured affair and judging from the numbers present at every exercise we believe this opinion in Advance of others to the contrary. On monday morning the stakes of the 8x10 tent where negro men and women were domiciled promiscuously during their visit were pulled and they took leave. Geo. Barrick of the a Hub a Sun Dayed with friends Here. Mrs. J. A. Bowers was Given a Surprise on the anniversary of her birthday. Mrs. Bowers is Well deserving of this Mark of Friendship. A brother of Rev. W. C. Mcallister delivered a highly interesting Sermon on last Sabbath afternoon in the m. E. Church. The Rev. Is a Clergyman of ability and we Hope he May be with us when there is nothing Light or trifling in character to conflict with the attendance of some of the churches members. Citizen. From Hart Wood. The county fair that will be held near canal Dover sept 30, and oct. 1, 2 and 3, promises to be one of the Best that the management has Ever held. The Premium list has been enlarged and the premiums increased in amount. A new building containing fifty pens for sheep and hogs will soon be furnished giving these classes a Fine Opportunity for display. Many new stalls for cattle Are being erected and nearly fifty new Box stalls for horses with Many new hitching rails. The grounds have been re arranged in Many particulars which the management think will add much to the Comfort of the people. The Entrance for teams will he about opposite the eating House on the South Side of the grounds the society having opened a new Street from the new Phila. Road. No teams can enter at the old Gate. If you wish to avoid the Street cars drive around by the Kurtz Road and enter the grounds near the rolling Mill. This is the county fair and As such should be patronized by All. The directors devote their time and labor and their Only Reward is a successful fair. 37-w2 there has been prepared for introduction in the legislature of new York with a View to making it a Law a Bill containing the following provisions a a a person who wilfully states delivers or transmits by any Means what Ever to the manager editor publisher or reporter of any paper Magazine publication periodical or serial for publication therein any false or libel Ous statement concerning another per son or corporation is guilty of a mis this is a Law that ought to be on the statute books of every Commonwealth in the land. Froni ditch hollow or. John Westphal who has been working in Harrison county returned Home recently. Messes. Frank Stocker and j. Westphal Are working in the Timber on the Forbes farm. Miss Callie Ludwig we understand has gone to work for her sister Amelia whose husband intends keeping a hotel in Toledo. Or. L. F. Delong a former teacher of our school in company with his sister Zella called on friends and relatives in Uhrichsville last week and also attended g. A. Day at the fair. Grandmother yorker called at the residence of r. E. Palmer Laft week. She is quite Spry for an old lady being past 90 years of age. Messes. John Welsch and Jos. Miller Are we orking on the saw Mill with Jacob Schug. Our school for the coming Winter will be under the management of miss Sarah Stocker formerly a student of the school. We wish her unbounded Success and if the directors and parents will stand 8by her and work with her we feel confident that we will have a Good school. Or. John Widenor of Nebraska and miss Mary Westphal of this place were married at the moravian parsonage at Gnadenhutten by Rev. A. E. Oerter on tuesday sep. 2d. They were serenaded by a number of boys of the Community on wednesday evening. A number of Young ladies were present to show their respect for the Bride and Groom and Sang several Nice songs. Or. And mrs. Widenor will go to Nebraska where he owns a farm. Mary is one of our Best Young ladies and from what we have Learned of or. Willenor he is a wide awake Young Man. May unbounded happiness and Prosperity Ever attend them is the wish of the writer together with their Many friends. Jake c. U. Later. Sunday school picnic at Ragersville. Our school begins to Day under the direction of w. A. Shaw of Paoli. Several persons from this Community attended the Uhrichsville fair on last thursday. Our Church is undergoing repairs at present in the Way of papering and painting under management of Sherman George. Messes. Chapman and c. A. Decker expect to attend the fair at Smyrna this week. Or. John Weidner of Nebraska and miss Mary Westphal of dutch hollow were United in marriage on last tuesday. They will Start fur their Western Home this week. May happiness attend them. Or. Thomas Mcfadden was considerably Hurt in the Sham Battle at Uhrichsville on last thursday. His face was bruised and Cut by As is supposed someone carelessly leaving the ramrod in his gun when discharging it. M iss Drusilla couts began a fall term of school in District no. 2, this town shop on last monday. The misses Emma Gengnagel and Lizzie Ross will be taken to the institution for deaf and dumb at Columbus sept. 10. A. Z. From . Billy Davis and Maggie Reese were United in the Bonds of Matrimony last saturday evening. A first class time was had on the occurrence. A. C. Rainsberger a new store is near ing completion and will make a Fine room for our enterprising druggist. A. Richardson is talking of buying the St. James. Geo. Becker of Pittsburgh was in town monday morning. Samuel Maughiman is busily engaged in his new livery and feed stable. Abraham Lincoln has gone to Massillon on a visit. Benj. Gill and Harry Thomas our accommodating painters came Home from the country saturday evening where they had been since tuesday on different jobs. They returned monday morning. A Baker from Uhrichsville whose name we have not heard contemplates starting business in Sher Cortsville soon. D. From the Pittsburg commercial Gazette a Home like hotel. The Keystone answers All the requirements that travellers demand. The Keystone hotel on fourth Avenue just below Market Street is located on one of the quietest streets in the very midst of this Busy City. The House is near the markets and within a few minutes walk from All the Large stores and business houses in the City. The rooms Are Large and nicely furnished. They Are connected with the office by electric Bells. The table is equal to any in the City. Great care is exercised in this direction. The Steward is one of the most competent men in the City and selects nothing but the Best the markets afford. The House is furnished with the latest style of fire escapes and is one of the safest in Pittsburg. The guests of the House Are from every town in the Western end of the state and from Ohio and West Virginia. It is an excellent place to Stop if you Are in the City for a Day or so. Obituary. Real estate transfers. Senator Quay and his friends who have obtained control of the Pittsburgh chronicle in order to bolster up the waning candidacy of Delamater the Republican candidate for governor have made an unsuccessful Effort to secure As editor sex postmaster general Clarkson. Cark Sony a refusal it is understood is due to the fact that he has Hopes of becoming editor of the Chicago Tribune. A Syndicate of wealthy republicans is reported to have put $2,-000,000 into a Pool for the Purchase of that paper from its present owner Joseph med ill. Its present proprietor has been shockingly Heterodox on the subject of the Tariff and Protection and the idea is to bring it Back into the fold As an orthodox High Tariff Organ. Postmaster general Wanamaker is said to be a heavy subscriber to the Pool. Plain dealer. Owing to the i clemency of the weather the picnic to be held at Ragersville on saturday last was postponed till monday of this week. A great Many people assembled on saturday notwithstanding the weather and a general Good time was had. J. Mitchell esq., being present was loudly called on for a speech Aud responded in one of his Happy talks of about one half hour pleasing All who were present when an adjournment was had until monday. Early monday morning the people came pouring into Ragersville and to Shanks Grove where the picnic was to be held and by 12 of clock at least five Hundred had assembled. The Large table groaned with edibles the choicest of the land and everybody did Justice to the Good things. Before dinner Rev. Knoll entertained the Assem an eloquent address in the language holding the Large spell bound with his Ehu he was followed by Hon. C. C. Forney our efficient county treasurer who in his always Happy manner responded in an English speech. With the talk of or. Forney our people were greatly pleased and wished him every Good thing in this life and the life to come. The Ragersville band furnished the instrumental music and the singers of Ragersville and Vicinity the vocal. Quite a number of amusements were arranged for both old and Young prominent was the Quot merry go round a constructed and managed by or. Louis Zimmerman of Ragersville which was a source of great Delight to the Young people. The Day was a Happy one throughout and the picnic a great Suc Ces All retiring feeling Happy that they had Given the Day to enjoyment and social pleasure. May we have Many More like occasions. Welkin. Compiled in the office of the recorder of deeds 20 475 175 170 a. Hochstetler Assignee to Noah Mast lot 17, Shanesville.$906.53 d. Hostetler to Elizabeth Snellen Berger lot 3, Ragersville. $377 Betscher stuffing amp Hostetler to Theo. Ripple lot 41, dover200 Theo. Ripple to Amanda Fulmer lot 41, Dover. 200 Benj. Keller to Franklin Shoemaker 15 acres Goshen. David Bahler to j. F. Carr lot 00, Shanesville. C. Ii. Mathews to Henry Jenny lot 1, new Philadelphia. Joseph Welty to we Millington lot 1, new Philadelphia. Joseph Welty to Elizabeth Harris lot 2, new Philadelphia. 160 Kate Mulino to w ii Riffle lot 12, Uhrichsville. 300 John Voelm to trustees Iron Valley Lodge lots 1,2, 3 and 4, Sandy Ville. 250 George Lechner to John Bierly 107 acres Sandy. 3,500 we r Kennedy to Eliza d Dutton 108 rods Warren. 15 j a Barry to Charles Stouffer lot 402, Dover. 1,400 George m Kugler to Jacob Harrig 1-6 acre Sandy. 550 Thomas b Stewart to Henry c Asher 223 acres Washington. John Syler to Alice a Beechy it of lot 25, Bucks. John Heafner it Al to Mahala Robinson 15 acres Warren. Philip Shafer to we g Smith lot 10, Dover. John a Zeeb to Hannah m Medley part of lots 7 and 8, new Philadelphia. 6,700 400 4i 200 85 statistics. Iron Valley reporter we Are indebted to census supt. Grinnelle for the approximate estimates population of various townships and towns of Tuscarawas county inhabitants. Auburn. 1260 Bucks. 1382 Clay. 1349 Dover. 1786 Dover Village. 3500 Fairfield. 1108 Franklin. 1111 Goshen. 2747 new Philadelphia Village. 4800 Jefferson. 1206 Lawrence. 1712 Miff. 1204 Dennison Village. 2950 Uhrichsville Village. 3750 Oxford. 1086 Newcomerstown Village. 1240 Perry. 934 Rush. 1028 Salem. 1199 port Washington Village. 490 Sandy. 2144 Sugarcreek. 1637 Union. 704 Warren. 869 Warwick. 1454 Washington. 963 Wayne. 1317 York. 1279 the pulpit and the stage. Bly with German audience Quence. The largest line of school books and school supplies in the county at Wells drug store. 36w4 Helen Wisner second oldest daughter of Rev. C. Wisner and his wife k. C. Wisner was born january 8th, 1874, at Chicago. Ills. Baptized in her infancy instructed in the gospel of god and brought up in the nurture and admonition of the lord she made a Public profession of her Faith in Christ in the reformed Church of this City of which her father is the pastor on Palm sunday 1889, and together with a class of Twenty five Youthful persons was taken into Church and admitted to the lords table. Previous to her fatal sickness she had visited in company with her next younger sister Clara her married sister mrs. Ida a. Vorbeck and her brother Louis in Chicago ills. After a four weeks pleasant visit she returned in Good health to the parental Home. But after a Fuff week More she was taken ill on saturday August 2d, 1890, with a violent fever which rapidly developed its typhoid nature. 1 n spite of the careful nursing and the assiduous attention of her medical attendant her last hour rapidly Drew on and she Quot fell asleep in Jesus on sunday morning at 2 a. M August 10th, at the age of 16 years 7 months and 2 Days while her parents and two youngest Sisters stood by her Side with hearts uplifted to god and eyes flooded with tears. She was a daughter at once Dutiful intelligent gentle and tender hearted especially toward her Mother a Young Christian in living sympathy with All Good causes pertaining to the kingdom of god devoted in the worship of god her Saviour. During her sickness in seasons of Fuff consciousness she repeatedly gave expressions to her convictions that she would soon be called away from this life that she was resigned to the will of her redeemer. In conversation with her father she suddenly repeated the words Quot Jesus Lover of my soul let me to thy bosom Fly a Etc. At another Sim Ilar occasion on wednesday before her departure when her Mother had prayed with her she with a Clear voice closed the prayer in German Quot Christi blut und is mein Schmuck und Shrenkle do Etc. She charged her younger 3isters to stand by their Mother and till her vacant place. The Christian burial services took place on tuesday August 12th, the Rev i r. F. O. Zesch of Cincinnati conducting it and the Rev. G. I. Williams of Whetstone reformed Church and Rev w. Marcus assisting him. Her remains were placed in the vault and will shortly be taken to Chicago for interment. A Large concourse of sympathizing people and friends were present on the sad occasion and if Floral decorations May do Honor to the beloved daughter who has entered upon the better and abiding heavenly Home then it was done in this instance. May god administer the needed Solace to the bereaved hearts of the members of the family where Ever hence this dear one is , Ohio inquirer aug. 15. Rev. F. M. Shrout pastor United Brethren Church Blue Mound Kansas says Quot i feel it my duty to Tell what wonders i r. Kings new discovery has done for me. My lungs were badly diseased and my parishioners thought i could live Only a few weeks. I took five bottles of or. Kings new discovery and am sound and Well gaining 26 pounds in Arthur love manager loves funny folks combination writes Quot after a thorough trial and convincing evidence i am confident or. Kings new discovery for consumption beats Mem All and cures when everything else fails. The greatest kindness i can do my Many thousand friends is to urge them to try it. Free trial bottles at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. From reaver dam. Farmers Are Busy threshing. Or. Wills is the Quot Bossy Thresher and is doing nearly All the work on upper Beaver dam Valley. Farmers Are getting in their wheat. I. M. Waltz the Best Fence builder on the Valley is working 011 Stone Creek. Mrs. Lytle is very sick of a fever. Bub Stephens has sold his property to or. Mckey. Samuel Lytle is attending conference. Joshua Hensel is doing some Good work on the roads in our Valley. Mrs. Hannah Smith met with a painful Accident last week by a Stone Faffing on her foot. Lewis Krieg and wife go to Scio soon. W. K. From fort Washington. One of our enterprises. A visit to the nurseries greenhouses and fruit farm of Daniel Wyss. I f you go one and one Quarter Miles directly West of the Public Square of our Beautiful City you come to the residence greenhouses and one of the nurseries of Daniel Wyss. Here or. Wyss started his Nursery in 1882, and in 1885 erected his dwelling House greenhouses Etc. By viewing the buildings the Beautiful Yard with its Shade Trees and charming Flower Beds it seems scarcely possible that so much could be accomplished in so Short a time. Five years ago last july the tract now occupied by his residence greenhouses Yard and Garden was a Field of Oats. Soon after engaging in this Enterprise or. Yes Learned that he needed More land and different soil. Two years ago he succeeded in obtaining his desired wants. He and his kind Friend or. Samuel Rufer our worthy sex commissioner purchased forty eight acres of the Mclean farm West of the River near Bricktown. This tract of land is located about one and one half Miles from or. Wyss residence and consists of the different kinds of soil requisite for the successful growing of Nursery Stock plants and fruits of All kinds. Or. Wyss was certainly fortunate in securing this location for Nursery grounds and fruit farm. 1 Lere again you see the Mark d improvements made in so Short time. Nursery Stock consisting of All kinds of Choice fruit Trees such As apples pears plums apricots peaches cherries and mulberries have been extensively planted As Well As ornamental Trees of various kinds leading and Best varieties of grape vines and raspberries. One of the most pleasing sights is his Beautiful and extensive Strawberry Field. These plants Are grown both for the Trade for Sale and fruiting. Or. Wyss informed us that last Spring he paid $19 for six new varieties of Strawberry plants 50 of a kind making 300 plants. A great Many other new and valuable varieties were added to his Large list of is . An Apple Orchard of 100 Trees a fun some Pear Cherry and quince Trees and a Vineyard of 1000 vines were planted one year ago last Spring. Last Spring a peach Orchard of about 425 Trees of the choicest varieties was planted All of which except one or two Trees grew and did exceedingly Well. Although having done some advertising and Job work for or. Wyss heretofore we had 110 idea that his plantations and business were As extensive As we found them. An Enterprise like this deserves recognition and the patronage of All lovers of Good Truit and Choice ornamental Trees and Beautiful Flowers. Or. Wyss is quite an admirer of Maple Trees of which he has no less than ten or twelve thousand of different varieties Silver Norway hard Maple or sugar Wierus weeping Ash leaved and Sycamore leaved. Here we find magnolias horse chestnuts native and foreign Ash Birch Balm of Gilead Tulip Trees cat Alpa and a great Many others. All varieties of Evergreen from the Dwarf Pine to the stately Norway Spruce. Ilie varieties of fruit Tress of All kinds Are too numerous to mention. Suffice it to say that he has everything in the fruit tree line that May be desired. Or. Wyss is also quite an admirer of bees and has an Apiary consisting of 32 colonies located near his residence. If you pass there before Jack Frost cafes on him you will observe a Beautiful Star of Alternan theras and an Oblong coleus bed both of which Are objects of great Beauty. Around his verandas Are found handsome climbing vines such As clematis Ampel Opsis Etc., while Flowers decorate the whole surroundings. Or. Wyss informs us that he is now engaged in the business that he always admired and that if his life is spared and his health be Good that he expects at no Distant Day to make his Mark in horticulture. We have known or. Wyss for several years and know that he is upright Aud honest and that no Quot shoddy goods will be put upon his customers. You can rely on getting just what you Caff for. If you will visit his Nursery you can see just the class of Stock you want and of any variety. We Are exceedingly glad that we have such a meritorious Enterprise in our midst. Put on the Drakes or. W. Nelson of is penning mich., while on a business trip to Al Liance came Down for a Day to see his relatives in port. Frank Martin of Roscoe spent the Sabbath at this place. Valentine Hass of Columbus was in port on business last week. Theodore wine Garth leaves for Beth Rehem penn., monday sept. 15, where he will attend the theological Seminary at that place. Or. Fred Retzler was in Newcomerstown on a business trip last week. Robert Nelson is 011 the sick list. Old Salt. If you find you Are going Down Hill in Point of health. Failing strength impaired digestion and assimilation Are the Marks of decline. Check these and other indications of premature decay with the grand Vitalizer and restraining tonic Hostetter a stomach bitters. Beginning at the Fountain head the stomach the bitters remedies its inefficiency corrects its errors and sets it vigorously at work. The digestive Organ is thus enabled to thoroughly separate from them its nutritive principles which the blood assimilating is enriched. Thus is the system nourished and being nourished strengthened and abnormal waste of its tissues stayed. Appetite the Power to rest Well a regular habit Are also re established and the various functions move once More in their natural and healthful Groove. The bitters moreover is a specific for and preventive of malarial complaints rheumatism bilious Ness and kidney troubles. 4036w4 forced to leave Home Over 50 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Caff at their druggists for a free trial package of lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out of order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Caff on any druggist to Day for a free Sample of this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Every one likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. 16yl d Runks nmn liquor Labit. Or. In All the world there is hut one cure Jain est Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup of Tea or coff be without the Kne pledge of the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking of their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and Fuff particulars. And Iress in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl state Fiir excursions t. B. Raiff has a Fine line of tobacco and cigars in the old Post office room. Ohio round trip tickets to Columbus on account of the state fair will be sold via the Pennsylvania lines on september 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th, Good returning until september 20th, at one fare for round trip from stations in

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