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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 18, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Erbby thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicit d. New Philadelphia times volume Philadelphia o., thursday september 18, 1890. The a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column., one column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. By r 8 1 00 82 00 83 00 8 5 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Number 38. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1890. Going East. Stations. Mail express local. Leave new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 00 . 1 00 . Canal Dover. 6 35 a a 210 a a Llo a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2 00 Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 215 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 46 a a 2 59 Quot Waynesburg. 8 10 a a 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 Quot 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3155 a a Alliance. 10 of a a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. 1210 a a 4 50 a Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 00 a going West. Stations. Mall. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 610 . 4 40 12 45 . 10 10 Bellaire. W Ellaville. 8 15 2 40 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 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 11 31 5 07 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 All trains Are run Dally 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. Milar. Agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph Woole. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh. A. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday september 18, 1800. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 a a a the new Philadelphia Timko will be Pubil sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Kates one year in Advance#1.00 if not paid within three to s 1.50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. A a a address All matter intended for publication to the times. Democratic judicial convention. Cleveland and Marietta Ray. In effect May 11, 1890. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 5. No. 3. No. 1 no. 2 no. 4 500pm 612 1115 am. Cleveland. 230 pm 1230pm 128 pm Akron. 114 Avi Canton. 1233 too 745 45 am 230 Toledo. La Val pc a i 620 1145a 7 k pm is 5 253 540 a a Ana Dover 1122 6. ,5 s15 303 319 t550 i urine re a. 1112 625 it of f55 i Ackland. 1106 1620 825 315 to lion Philipsburg 1100 t615 836 327 611 Wolf a. 1047 6,02 813 337 620 no motown 1040 555 852 347 tfi.30 Post boy. 1029 545 88 354 637 Guernsey. 1022 538 9 .3 359 642 k i Nib Olton. 1017 533 us it 4<i9 551 Millers. Los 523 819 410 658 Ltd a id barn s1001 516 925 1 425 702 a a Ambridge. 955 510 441 t 4 932 4534 >4 7 7 of pleasant 919 410 500 j Ltd . 913 4.35 5 i 749 . 907 427 516. 750 Belle Valley 858 41s 1 526 it in Aid Well. 848 4-os 533 415 Dudley. 838 t irs i 540 1821 South Olive 8.12 it 2 545 427 a Exter it Ity 827 �?~s47 552 k u Mack 8 Burg .20 340 559 841 re la. 815 i h3 2 612 Ivy it 6 Arner. 759 31-s 622 Whipple. 849 h s i.37 mis Stanley. 7. .3 a it it 643 if. 24cay won gtd. I2. J 1217 700 910 Marietta. I irks by i 10 1 7.25 he 1 Llorme 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 o clock . For the purpose of nominating one candidate for member of state Board of equalization and transact 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 1889, 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 guernsey24 Monroe .37 Tuscarawas.53 Noble part 11 Ii. Mccabe wire Hamilton Secretary. Chairman. Democratic state ticket. For Secretary of state Hon. Til and. E. rom Ley of Pickaway county. For supreme judge Hon. George b. Okey of Franklin county. For member of Board Public works Hon. Leopold Keifer of Miami county. The a Eek a doings. Remember that the Newcomerstown fair will be sept. 23, 24, 25 and 20. A Good All Wool cloth for 22c Peryy a at s. Rennerts canal Dover. A Hasty Man should bridle his Tongue so that he can rein in his temper. Or. And mrs. John Bartles entertained a few friends tuesday evening. The cheapest drugs and Patent med loins in the county at Wells drug store. When at Dover done to fail to Call on j. Stuhlmiller for candies hot Coffee Etc.3 your Choice of 1,200 Twenty five cent handkerchiefs for 10 cents at s. Rennerts canal Dover. High water played Lia voc in the Low grounds through this Section last week doing much damage to crops. Quot Don t Stop. Flag stations. Trains no. 2 and no. 5 run daily and carry through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore and Washington. 1 through coaches on trains no.2, it and a it Between Marietta Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with cd. A a t. A 0,0. Sex by. H amp P., and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b. Amp East and West at Newcomerstown with . Amp it l East and West at canal Dover with L. Amp And A p. North and East at Valley Junction with A l. K. And Valley by. A w la Richards Gtna a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Democratic county ticket. For congressman fourteenth District James Owens of Licking county. Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 a a a a trains depart Froin Alliance As follows on Central time no. 1. 9. 11. 3. No. 8. 14. 4. 10. 20. 6. Going West fast line. Chicago express. Mail. Mail express. Going East fast line. Accommodation. Mail. Fast express. Day express. Alliance accommodation. T 2-31 10-20 t 9-20 4-50 3-45 t ti-30 3-10 t 9-10 a in 110-30 2-45 trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a a 12-45 a a and 2-30 . Arrive at 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. Quot daily. Daily except sunday. Daily except monday. E a. Fori general pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. Tiie p. Amp St. Louis railway ii Andle route. Schedule taking effect june 15, 1890. Going West. Trains depart from the p. Amp St. Louis depot Uhrichsville Junction As follows or Rpss. 11-05 a Iii accommodation. Express. Express. T 5-20 12-15 f 3-53 p ill going East. Express. Express. Express. A co m m o a t i o n 2-45 t 11-05 2-40 p in t 8-15 is very Day. Central time except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg. , 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 Hrichus Volle Junction Ohio. E. A. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. O co a co. For probate judge Jasper h. Mitchell of Dover. For clerk of courts John Do Nakiey of Perry. 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 ii. Hoover of Goshen. For infirmary director James m. Porter of Mill. For Coroner Bazil d. Downey of Goshen. If you want to see Tine horses cattle sheep hogs and poultry go to the Dover fair sept. 30 and oct. 1, 2 and 3. The Cream of the land can be seen there. Bring on your exhibits Early and have your Booths and stalls assigned you. The weeks doings. The democracy of this senatorial District held their convention at Newcomerstown last thursday to nominate a member of the state Board of equalization. There was a Small attendance on account of bad weather. Or. Milton Turner of Guernsey county was the Choice of the convention. He is a Good Man and a one armed Soldier. Dan. Zimmerman has his Deer and Bear at his place now instead of Coney Island. They Are beauties. Erst Schmidt had Frank Kroft pulled last week for Selling drinks on sunday. Kroft paid the costs and was dismissed. For grand bargains in boots and shoes Call at Samuel Stetler a place factory Street canal Dover. 38w3 Lem. Hamilton brought Tom. Mitchell from Cambridge last wednesday. Tom had forgotten to John Shull $17.50, for Board. People done to take Hunting and base Ball sufficiently serious in this country. The Are constantly making sport of one and game of the other. Edie Slaughman aged eight years pulled a dish of scalding water off the stove tuesday morning and was seriously scalded needing a physicians assistance. Mrs. Anna Crawford a widow lady on North third St., was married to John Mcknight of Atlantic Iowa sunday evening by Rev. J. La Keyes at the m. E. Parsonage. The L. Amp w., and also the Amp m. Road was considerably damaged by the recent heavy Rains. Several Breaks through the track near Goshen were made last f rid a. Mrs. Beck aged so years was buried in Dover thursday last. She died from the effects of a paralytic stroke. Five children Are left on Earth to mourn the loss of a Christian Mother. Treasurer Forney a Chimney toppled Over and broke several pieces of slate roofing on his residence quite a crowd witnessed the Avalanche of bats caused by wet weather. Have you seen our line of fall and Winter wraps everybody declares it is the Best and finest line in the county be Shure and give us a Call. No trouble to show goods at s. Rennerts Deis Block canal Dover Ohio. Mrs. Jerome Gordany a two Little children in their buggy came very near being killed last Friday at canal Dover while in attendance at the dedication. Christ. Deism horse was about asleep when it fell upon the cab mashing it to the ground but the children escaped uninjured. It looks Nowr As though the twin cities Uhrichsville and Dennison were to have a Street Ray. The More improvement we can have in the towns of Tuscarawas county the less taxes will be on the Farmer As the increased duplicate shares the Burden of county tax. Messes Athey amp Johnson of Cleveland Are the parties who will construct the Road. Married by Rev. J. R. Keyes at the m. E. Parsonage sept 14, 1890, John Mcknight of Atlantic Iowa and mrs. Anna Crawford of new Phila., The largest Stock of White Lead linseed Oil varnishes 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. The lutheran Church social will be held at the residence of or. And mrs. O. Ii. Hoover on South Broadway Friday evening of this week. Supper and ice Cream will be served. All Are invited. Immense damage was done to Corn in the Valley by the floods of last week. Seeding has been delayed but if the weather proves favourable for a week longer a fair crop of wheat will be sown. Bro. Scott of the reporter thinks we have a Lack of Faith in regard to the Street car earnings. Our news gatherer thought the figures too Large and indeed we thought so too. But we Are agreeably surprised now that or. Johnson has substantially verified the figures and whose word we do not doubt in the least. John d. Rockefeller is now supposed to be the richest individual on Earth. His wealth amounting to nearly $150,-000,000 he was born in Cleveland Where he got his Start in life. It is claimed John will build a $2,000,000 City Hall in the near future at his Birthplace. If you contemplate building next Spring let your contract to messes. Welty Savidge amp co., of the Buckeye planing Mills this fal1, so that the material can be prepared during the Winter season and by so doing they can afford to allow you a handsome rebate on prices. We mean business and you will be largely benefited by letting your contracts now. 38w4 ask your friends about it. Important matters. Tickets for a a Patrice a at Halls. Prices 25, 35 and 50 cents. A ape Tyr Stow court House janitor is ill bilious attack. East Liverpool is to have an electric Street Ray to Cost $100,000. A genuine Fox Chase at the canal Dover fair. Done to fail to see the sport. Mike Foster had his right Eye burned out by Boping Iron in Mill at Dover saturday. The National Library in Paris is the largest in the world. It contains 2,500,-000 volumes. Farmers desiring their Corn Cut up will do Well to inquire at the times office for choppers. % 37 w2 Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and at reasonable prices. The largest line of school books and school supplies in the county at Wells drug store. 36w4 As we go to press we learn that mrs. Mary Shetlar Mother of mrs. Benjamin Emerson is dying. Later mrs. Shet Ler is dead. The reason Why Christian science is almost Universal in Oregon is because they refuse to believe the evidence of their census. See Patrice and her excellent company at opera House thursday evening september 18th, in the latest musical comedy drama a a a Midnight is i-3 o oooo p5 3 cd i 5 a o a a is >1 m a o h a it h to k t a a it it s pc 2 s a a c o 2.7 o .21&Quot"5 amp s c.?�?T it Quot a in a Osl it a a a a a the editor of the advocate would like to impress the people that the lawyers have grabbed too Many offices. That he knows is not the Case but a Little cheap demagoguery of this kind he thinks will prejudice the people against the election of Mitchel because he is an attorney. The office of prosecuting attorney and probate judge Are the Only county offices that attorneys Ever try for. A it is a pity that there Are not More Andrew Carnegie to build and endow Public libraries. Such a Public gift could be used to advantage in Independent. Pile on the protective Tariff and the Money from tie masses will be gathered into the hands of the few As in Carnegie Scase. It was the Peoples Money with which Carnegie was Enk dowing Public libraries. T a it t a pfc 01 of 1 it co 25 to co a 15am 03pm 30 28 15 h-m74h71 a c r t t to it xxx. O 03 a 54 r l cd j d pc /. I o o 25 c a a cd h c a a o Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for 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 Dor Dox. For Sale by f. 0 Miller it Sou. 6y2 the Wool growers of the sixteenth District who Are holding their Wool in anticipation of a Rise in the Market when the Mckinley Bill passes will hardly be so inconsistent As to vote against their interests this fall even though their political inclination May be democratic. Massillon Independent. A that is like the Promise made if democrats would vote for Wool was to increase in Price. Ask the Farmer if he can get any More to Day than he could when Grover Cleveland was in office ? the Farmer is no longer to to hoodwinked by Republican promises. Your distressing cough can be cured. We know it because Kempis Balsam within the past few years has cured so Many coughs and colds in this Community. Its remarkable Sale has been won entirely by its genuine Merit. Ask some Friend who has used it what he thinks of Kempis Balsam. There is no Medicine so pure none so effective. Large bottles 5oc and $1 of All druggists. Sample bottle free. Loyl the m. E. Church of this City closes the ecclesiastical year with the following statistical report members received by letter 22 members received on examination 11 baptisms infants 24 adult 11 paid for pastoral support s 1,1 of 00 benevolent contributions $291 mud indebtedness on parsonage $2,932 current expenses $509 improvements on Church property $200. Total $5,-040 00. The rental value of the parsonage $250, is not included in this statement. The notes representing the cancelled debt on the parsonage were publicly burned at the evening service last sunday while the congregation Sang the a topology. A scrap of paper saves her life. It was just an Ordinary scrap of wrapping paper but it saved her life. She was in the last stage of consumption told by physicians that she was incurable and could live Only a Short time she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece of wrapping paper she read of or. 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 H. Cole druggist. A Quot Ort . Trial bottles of this wonderful discovery free at f. Miller amp son drug store. Our lawyer Friend m. V. Ream was complimented by the appointment As member of the democratic state executive committee. Or. Ream is working like a hero for the ticket and is a True Blue Democrat. He says that he desires All his friends to support the democratic candidate for probate judge or. Mitchell and that six years in the future he will ask the democracy for its support. In the meantime he will give his undivided time to his practice and will be found at All times at his office. His labors As committeeman will not interfere with his business. We Are glad to know that or. Ream is straight politically. The dedication exercises of the new Oak Grove school House at canal Dover and Flag presentation under the auspices of the Paul River Council no. 101, or. O. U. A. M., last Friday was a grand Success throughout the whole affair and witnessed by several thousand people. At 1 30 p. M., promptly the Parade took place which marched to the Grove where the exercises were held. In the Parade there were in the neighbourhood of 4,000 people composed of lodges orders mechanics Young ladies representing the different stats and several Hundred school children with handsome bouquets. Four bands made exhilarating music. The procession was 1 mile in length and Well formed. Prayer was offered by Rev. Dunbar then came music by the Canton battalion band address of Welcome by prof. J. W. Pfeiffer after which came Choice instrumental and vocal music rendered by the Dover Harmonie. The dedication address by prof. Jones was Well received. The music by the grand army band of Canton was excellent. The Flag presentation speech by state v. C., j. G. A. Richter of Columbus was heartily received and was Well applauded then came the Star spangled Banner by the German band of Dover. The reply by Jacob Horn president of the school Board was made in a few poignant remarks and received cheers from the audience. A red White and Blue a was then Sung by the audience. Objects of the or. It. A. M., by Rev. Chapman was Well received and music by the Canton band was Well rendered. A your principles a by state Secretary j. W. Hoagland received Many compliments. Music and Benediction pronounced by Rev. Kemper closed the exercises. The school House is an excellent one and was planned by Hart amp Cramer of Columbus and built by contractor j. H. Nolan of the same place. On account of the i clemency of the weather hundreds of people were kept away. The school Board and citizens of canal Dover can Well feel proud of their new Structure which is a handsome one containing twelve Large rooms and the latest improved Heater. The Day was one of pleasure to All. Death of Thomas Dixon. After a lingering illness of several months of general debility or. Thos. Dixon an old and highly respected citizen passed to the heavenly Shore sunday evening. Or. Dixon was Horn in Mckean Erie county pa., nov. 15,1816 and was in his 74th year at the time of his death. His younger Days were spent in farming later on he followed the mercantile business. For about 25 years he was of the firm of English amp Dixon in the manufacture of machinery in this City. For a few years past he has lived a retired life. He was faithful believer in universalism and requested Rev. Carrollton a uni versa list to preach his funeral Sermon which took place wednesday at 2 of clock . He leaves a wife and four Daugh ters to mourn his loss. There Are also two surviving Sisters mrs. Thos. Moore and mrgaret Dixon. Peace to his re Mains. 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 pen 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 horse3, 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 be 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 we ish 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 Sueh should be patronized by All. The directors devote their time and labor and their Only Reward is a successful fair. 37-w2 Points about people. Mrs. J. A. Buchanan is quite . Mrs. Joss is visiting friends in Canada. Why is it thus the last chances Only five More encyclopedia Brittania will allow you to take one copy a month. Only five sets left at Wells drug store. 36w4 remember that the race track at canal Dover is one of the Best county tracks in the state. Some of the Best horses in the state will be there. The races will be very exciting this year. Remember that the Tuscarawas county fair at canal Dover never fails to please the people. Liberal premiums always attract the exhibitors and a Large attendance is the result. This year promises As Well As any year in the past. 3sw2 our Jolly sex Constable William Evans of Cambridge and his wife Are spending a few Days visiting friends in this City. We Are sorry to lose Billy As he was an honest and upright citizen and Hope he will some Day return to our City to live. Chases Barley malt whiskey is free from All Trace of Verdigris or other impurity. Being Rich and nutritious it builds up the feeble and the consumptive. Sold by a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia 36w4 the managers of the canal Dover i air have made an extra Effort to put the grounds and track in Good shape and by enlarging the premiums and Premium list to give the people the Best fair Ever held in the county. The display in every line will be excellent. Let everybody bring something. 38w2 picnic arranged by the choir and Sabbath school of Jerusalem a reformed Church on Stone Creek on saturday sept. 20th. Good speaking in German and English Good music vocal and instrumental games will be indulged in refreshments Etc. A Good time to All who we ill favor us we Ith their attendance. Come All. Rev. F. . Messes. Welty Savidge amp co Are saving Many dollars to builders who Purchase of them building material. They buy direct from the Mills and Cut off the profits of the Middle men or jobbers the Benefit of which goes to the purchaser. Call and get their prices on All kinds of lumber at the Buckeye planing Mills. If Jou have a contract to let give them a Chance to bid. 38w4. Mrs. Spence is visiting friends in Barnhill. _ sheriff Goeler we As in newcomer town thursday. Mrs. J. Niles spent monday in Uhrichsville. _ Fred. Smith of Cleveland has returned Home. Wean Deis of Dover spent sunday in this City. Miss Jennie Hummel left for Columbus monday. Mrs. Agnes Allen returned to Carrol ton monday. Samuel Updegraff of Canton was in town Charlie Mcllvain returned to Wooster miss Mary Kohr of Dundee is visiting in this City. Lucy Hephinger returned from Cleve and saturday. Lula Wardell is Newcomerstown. Visiting friends in de. Dick and wife attended the dedication at Dover. Mrs. We. Pittenger of Dennison we As in n. P., monday. Miss Mary Rittenhouse of Marietta is visiting in our City. Robert h. Mcgee returned to his iome in Chicago monday. Nano Booth is visiting friends in uh-rich8ville and Dennison. Jacob Degrief and daughter Lucille were at Dover Friday. George Knisely of Canton visited his parents Here last Friday. Miss Margaret Sehl of this City is visiting friends in Columbus. Mrs. Otis is visiting her brother in Navarre who is quite . Sheriff Goeler went to Newconb town thursday on business. Irs we notice that our county exchanges particularly those inclined to be Republican in politics Are Fri Tiff that because a Man is a lawyer it would disqualify him from being a fit person to be probate judge. Now if the court knows itself and we think it does palaver would sound utopian to a Feegee islander but to an intelligent people it is utterly a too too. We can to persuade ourself to believe that a lawyer is the embodiment of All that these journals would have people to believe. Now for instance our near neighbor j. F. Green who is a candidate for prosecuting attorney on the Republican ticket is a gentleman eminently suited for the position and a big majority of our citizens will testify by their votes at the coming election the truth of this assertion. And again there is Jasper Mitchell of Dover candidate for probate judge on the democratic ticket. Because he is possessed of Fine Legal attainments a Well balanced mind does acquirement detract from his fitness to fill a position hardly. We have nothing against the Farmer but in our opinion there is honesty intelligence and fitness for official position outside of their ranks. We know of no cases where Farmers fill the position of prosecuting attorney. So w Hyall this kind of talk by our professional Brethren against a Law yer filling the office of probate judge Green will be the next prosecuting attorney and Jasper Mitchell the next probate j Edge. Stick a pin twin City Independent. Yes brother Creel it does look rather strange that a Man should be opposed because he is qualified and we fully agree with you that or. Mitchel is highly qualified to fill the position. The fact is the lawyers Wink at the Effort to put in a Man who has no knowledge of the Law for he is much easier persuaded to the wants of their Case in hand and the More litigation his errors create the More business for the lawyers and the Many cases thereby carried up to the common pleas court makes fat picking for them. If you want to make the lawyers we Alk the a Chalk a elect a lawyer for probate judge. Now brother Creel you Are a Little off As to who will be prosecuting attorney. We heartily agree with you that or. Green is a promising Young lawyer and we Ould make a Good prosecutor but or. James g. Patrick is his equal in every respect and has Given satisfaction and lie will be the next prosecuting attorney by 800 majority. From Ragersville. They favor reciprocity. Bert Croxton of Cleveland is visiting friends at Dover and this City. Lulu Wells and Sadie Miskimen were in Dover thursday visiting. Sam. Runner at Dover is troubled we Ith inh mation of the Eves. A. S. Van Busk irk of Canton visited mayor Mcgregor last Friday. Mrs. Mary Judy entertained a ladies at her Home last thursday. Few Eva Amos has been having a serious time with her face monster boil. Tommy Quinn is left Cambridge and is now at we Ork in our Mill Here. Pay Day at the pipe works last saturday. Many boys were made Happy. New York sept. 8. A meeting of the members of the produce Exchange was held this afternoon and about one thousand five Hundred members and merchants were present. The question of reciprocity was the matter Brough t before the meeting. Consul general Williams of Havanna addressed the meeting on the advantage of reciprocity. At the close of his remarks a Resolution was adopted that the new York produce Exchange As a body solicits Congress to urge acts of legislation on diplomatic negotiations As would insure the enlargement of these foreign markets to american products. It was resolved to Telegraph the Resolution to senators Evarts and Hiscock at Washington at once so that they might receive the same while the reciprocity amendment was being discussed by the Senate. The pulpit an Ltd the stage. Lenry Damer and wife Are attending the state fair at Columbus this week. Miss Ollie Mcmilland of Bolivar spent a few Days last week with Lou Savidge. Gert. Spence returned Home saturday from a pleasant visit in Uhrichsville. _ Cornelius Winklepleck assistant Deputy sheriff visited Westchester people last thursday. Mrs. De. Hogan is visiting her Niles relatives. De. Knows what it is to be a Bachelor now7. Mrs. Anna m. Sharp of Millersburg is at the bedside of her aged Mother who is quite miss Etta Everett a teacher in the Dennison schools spent sunday with mrs. O. Ii. Hoover. If you Are a Lover of Fox Hunting come to the county fair at 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 monopoly in the lumber Trade in Tuscarawas county a a busted by Welty Savidge St co., at the Buckeye planing Mills. Profits to lumber dealers have heretofore been too great and while we have taken time by the Forelock in purchasing from first hands and by being satisfied with fair profits can now meet our customers with prices that will not cause the Blush of shame to Perch upon the Cheek. Remember the place on East Ray Street. Welty Savidge amp co., new proprietors of the Buckeye Mills. 38 w 4 obituary. To memory of Janies f. Slykes Milt. Born february 2d, 1879 died september 6th, 1890, aged 11 years 7 months and 4 Days god has called our Darling to him for he needed him above to Lead us on to glory to sing of Jesus and his love. Death is always sad and hitter to us mortals Here below but if we could see you smiling we would not weep i know. Jimmy dear we know you re watching by the Golden River a Shore and will Ever we Ait to Welcome us to come to you once More. Of dear Jesus May we meet him in that land that a free from pain there to sing forever praises to thee our god and heavenly King Rev. F. Shrout pastor United Brethren Church Blue Mound Kansas says a a i feel it my duty to Tell what wonders or. Kings new discovery has done for me. 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 a a after a thorough trial and convincing evidence i am confident i it a. Kings new disco cry 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. Miller St songs drug store. A Challenge from the Prairies. J. Wirt Kail actor and journalist of Leesville visited his Niece mrs. J. B. Read this City last wednesday. Mrs. Stockwell and Marion returned Home tuesday from a visit to friends in Mies Mamie Beatty of Massillon and miss Mamie Hoover of Philadelphia a., Are the guests of Lou Savidge. Morey Ray left on saturday last to Complete his collegiate course at the Ohio state University at Columbus. Eastern Republican journals furiously denounce Western Republican senators for working and voting for reduced Tariff and threaten to read them out of the party. By what right have the champions of the Mckinley Bill become the keepers of the republicans conscience ? when it comes to Reading republicans out of the party for opposing prohibitive duties the yeomanry of the West will be on hand and Eastern autocrats May discover that the parly leaders Are Notin position to bid Defiance to Public sentiment in Kansas Nebraska Iowa and it Niayha been rep or. Ripple of the Bakersville revs was m town Friday Enro Ute to canal Dover to attend the dedication of the school House. George Snyder after four years absence from Here came Home from Denver Colorado where he has been making a livelihood for himself and wife. Common pleas court convened on monday last. In this connection we might say that the court room has been re modelled and re arranged which makes it More convenient and for which the janitor Frank Stow deserves much credit. Frank is a Hustler and the right Man for the place. State fair excursions. Emma Burry Cora Glasbrook Annie Jones Ina Savidge and Sadie Miskimen were at Dover Friday in attendance at the dedication. The reason that Wanamaker is going to prohibit love letters to pass through the mail is because he claims it to be a lottery. _ or. Henry Wiand of near Trenton called at our Sanctum on monday and renewed his subscription to the times. Or. Wiand is Neof the leading Farmers of Warwick township and has reared a Good family. He and his Good wife Start next monday to visit their four children who Are located in three different states of the West Illinois Iowa and Nebraska. They will be absent three months. We wish these aged people a Safe journey. 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 Ohio Pennsylvania company will sell Harvest excursion tickets to Points West one fare for the round trip on september 9th and 23rd, and october 14th. For full particulars Call on or address j. F. Milar agent a. Coned Philadelphia Ohio. 35tf the Normal school taught by b. A , in Washington township this county will close saturday sept 20th, with a program of rare Merit and interest. Profs. Haupert Mardis and Duff Are billed to speak. Ragersville has again donned her Festal Robes set at wider angles her Ever open doors and sent her posts with greeting and Good cheer to Welcome her neighbouring Sisters and under tue auspicious Banner of the Sabbath school bade All to share in appropriate exercises to the quickening in spirit and the Extension of that sacred institution which has for its theme the edification of the rising generation. Though we hold in Reid exile the wild orgies of and the sensual excesses of the Bacchanalia we believe a properly conducted picnic May be made the Means for the production of much Good. Especially is the Good spirit of the occasion encouraged when As a reunion it becomes the Organ for the impartial intermingling and association of patrons teachers and scholars of different schools for the retaliation of Friendly greetings and Christian cheer and the common participation in songs of Praise and prayers of thanks giving to the All Bountiful father whose Beneficent hand has prospered the sunday schools till from an Humble Assembly of riotous youths in the streets of Gloucester it numbers it votaries among All sects and classes in most civilized nations. And for the Benefit of those whose presence was denied by the i clemency of the weather which disco Moded Many and disappointed More we will Endeavor to recount the most interesting of the various incidents connected with the somewhat conglomerate affair. For the site of the picnic a Beautiful Knoll connected with a Wood of sturdy Oaks of easy Access and situated about i of a mile South of town was selected. On three side9 it is washed by the diminutive branching of one of the fountains to Sugarcreek while to the East Springs upward a projection of a Range of Hills that Rolls its convolution to the lowlands of the Tuscarawas. Just beyond on a similar Elevation among a clump of Trees is still plainly traced the remains of an ancient earthwork and though veiled in darkest mystery there is evidence of extensive operations. Here some foreigner once ranged his Battle ground and doubtless bivouacked for a time for to the East where the descending slope Greet the Miry ooze now tillable Are yet visible remains of a Stone Pike apparently traversed in passing from Knoll to Knoll. Toward the South on another land Promontory our ancient fathers slumber while opposite and beyond the Grove lies in Prospect the pleasant Hamlet of Ragersville. Saturday sept. 6th, awaited with greatest expectations dawned with equal disappointment. The boisterous elements apparently endeavoured to Render All things most disagreeable. About 8 of clock however the Vapours seemed exhausted the Clouds began to break and the indications favored a fair Day. But this proved Only a temporary Lull in the determined course of nature to the still greater discomfort and exasperation of All. Within two hours the heavens had again mustered their orders and with renewed Energy began indiscriminately to shed pleasant Dews on the Heads of All whom the cessation had enticed abroad causing Many to seek temporary shelter in the Village. The picnic was at once postponed till monday and generally announced and for the Many people in town though hospitably housed Active measures were taken to Render the Best possible substitution in recreation As circumstances would allow. The town Hall was thrown open and within a few hours a Bountiful festival was in Lively operation. Three bands Sugarcreek Yorktown and Ragersville broke the Monotony in a blasts of civic tru Petry to whom Are due Many thanks for their Hearty co operation in the spirit of the occasion. Mitchel democratic nominee for probate judge cheered the drooping spirits of the assembled people with a pleasant talk while his opponent Burry will Long be remembered by the boys in uniform for his lavish hospitality. The festival organized on the Spur of the moment was most Gratifying in its results the omnibus Clouds that Hung like a blight Over All a filled by and saturday with its drowned expectations closed not unsatisfactorily to Many. On monday As Aurora in the first Gray streaks of Dawn rolled her Chariot from the Gates of the Orient gently parting the curtains of night and with her a Rosy fingers tipping in Carnation the few stray Clouds that still lingered above the horizon All not otherwise seriously engaged promised themselves ample remuneration for their previous disappointment. At an Early hour the people began to Drift toward the Grove and the Ever increasing tide caught in its surge not Only the Humble Pedes train but also the rider in elaborate Caparisos. Seven of clock and the deep peals of the Church Bell announced that the procession headed by the band and followed by a gayly troop of Sabbath school children with a miscellaneous rear was ready to Start. On arriving at the grounds where All was in readings after appropriate music and song the Days proceedings were formally ushered in with devotional exercises Rev. Noll officiating after which the Rev. Most beautifully described tin Book of our life a deeds which we All have under construction to which we Are daily adding whether conscious of not and which is the Only treasure or curse god will permit us to take to the Distant realm. And especially did he counsel the children to keep its pages clean and write them full of a Golden deeds a and Well might some of out elder Brethren a glance at whose record shows a prevalence of ills heed the timely counsel and take advantage of remaining opportunities to make c corrections for previous errors and deck their final pages with works of Merit and of Worth. Treasurer elect Forney next entertained the audience with a very interesting and practical talk dropping some terse and pregnant reflections on sunday school work and exhorted the rising generation to a Queens of the Kitchen for their assiduous labors in the gastronomic Field. Though disappointed on saturday and obliged to run the Gauntlet of sundays depredations As Well As dangers from dampness and mildew they without reluctance provided an abundance of wholesome food to the excellence of which the Host of partakers must Ever remain a braver testimony than any within the scope of our pen to raise. Scarcely had the afternoon session been fairly introduced when the flood Gatts of heaven were again swung ajar and the rain rattling among the tree tops filled timid hearts with consternation while the most Valient were left no alternative but Hasty departure. Further proceedings being impossible the picnic so thoroughly quenched on saturday renewed with fresh Hope and vigor was brought to an unceremonious close. I. L. Pense Roso. From Newcomerstown. Received too late for last the marriage of prof. We. Shott and miss Loulu a. Johns at the la Theran Church last thursday evening was a Brilliant affair. The ceremony took place at 8 of clock Rev. S. S. Adams officiating in the presence of Over 100 invited guests. The Church was handsomely decorated with natural Flowers and evergreens and Over the alter was placed a Large Bell covered with festoons of Flowers and after the ceremony the bridal party and guests went immediately to the hotel cresent where an elegant repast was served. The reception which followed was exceedingly pleasant and lasted until after 12 of clock. Or. And mrs. Shott will leave the 26th, via Wash into City d. C., where they will remain for a few Days for Newbury s.c., where or. Shott is engaged As professor in Newbury College. The presents received were Choice and Well adapted to household needs. Among the guests from abroad were or. And mrs. A. E. Swab John a. Shott Ray Lehn and miss Ada sex line of Sandyville or. And mrs. J. A. D. Richards of new Philadelphia or. And mrs. W. Mcnaughton mrs. Carnahan miss Bunn and or. E. Jacobs of Coshocton misses Maggie and Rosa Kline of new Concord and or. And mrs. F. S. Miskimen of Quaker City. S. Put on tie ii rakes if you find you Are going Down Hill in Point of health. Failing strength impaired digestion and assimilation Are the Marks of decline a Heck these and other indications of premature decay with the grand Vitalizer and restraining tonic i Lostetter 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. 40-36w4 cannot enjoin a National Hank. Boston sept. 9. There was a hearing before judge Holmes of the supreme court to Day on the question of the right of a state court to enjoin a National Bank. The matter arose out of the failure of Potter Lowell St co. And the granting of a temporary injunction a few Days ago by judge Holmes to restrain the second National Bank from disposing of nine notes amounting to $45,000, by John ii. Mcbride St co., of Cleveland Ohio and upon which the firm claim they have not realized one Dollar. Or. Hutchins represented the Bank and raised a Point under a decision of the United states supreme court in Pacific National Bank is. Mixter a state court could not until final judgment in a suit Issue an attachment or an injunction against a National Bank. Judge Holmes agreed with the views of or. Hutchins and declined to allow the injunction to continue. Dru Ken nmn liquor Labit. Or. In All the world there is hut one cure Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup of Tea or Coffee without the knowledge 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 full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl supp any. Ill this is what you ought to have 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 of 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 a i citric 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. To recommend electric bitters for dyspepsia and All diseases of liver stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. And $1.00 per bottle by f. Miller amp son druggist. Hold it to Slih Light. A search the Good Book a a prove a things and adhere to that which is further exercises were postponed till the afternoon and All dispersed to partake of a Bountiful repast recounting pleasant reminiscences As they lingered Over the Board. In vain have we sought in our knowledge of the Man who tells you confidentially just what will cure your cold is prescribing Kempis Balsam this year. In the preparation of this remarkable Medicine for coughs and colds no expense is spared to Combine Only the Best and purest ingredients. Hold a bottle of Kempis Balsam to the Light and look through it notice the Bright Clear look repartee requisite material for the Fram j then compare with other remedies ing of an appropriate tribute to the Price 50c. And $1. Sample bottles free

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