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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 19, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill heals posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times. The Quot times Quot advertising rates. Space. 1 mo.3 to. 6 to. 1y . One Inch. 5 1 001 f 2 00 3 00 $ 6 co three inches. 2 00 5 . 7 60 16 my inches. 00 7 60 12 .60 22 60 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 60 40 to one column. .1 8 001 22 60 40 00 75 00 bus Ness notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday september 19, 1889. Number 38. Business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office 11� the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. J0i1n w. Nixon m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl 13 f. T1drick, House painting paper hanging White washing and Ca Cimin ing neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at Walton a Ackey a shoe store new Philadelphia Ohio. March 23. 1380. I4md John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl hew Philadelphia times. The weeks beings. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday september 1s89. Hummel Bloch second floor fast High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 tithe 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 1.50 43�?oremittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Ai address All matter intended for publication to the times. Ltd Amuel Morite attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Lummel Block second floor. S wanted h to canvass for the Sale Nursery Stock steady employment guaranteed. Salary and expenses paid to successful men. Apply at once stating age. Mention this paper. I Mam Brothers company Rochester new York. 1 i 1 Dee 1�?omit get k f i tit Quot to f g to the instalment plan by i io1 which you can sell our popular books payments savings 50 eels a week will insure you Twenty times As Many sales As Cash deliveries without fail. Write immediately for particulars. Address lyceum publish i no wanted May 16, Mil the Colsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. J. Murray proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 45yl pjltx11tts. Car ii. S. Amp a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. 8., Canada and Europe to years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. S. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc., sent free. Address it. 8 a a. P. Lacey Patent att is. Washington d. Feb. 2, �?T8vyl Champion planing Mill John nagely proper. A dealer in a amp a. Cheapest and Best builder in the City before you contract be sure to Call at the Champion planing Mill West front Street new Philadelphia. John nagely sit. August 15, 1889. 33yl found at last a first class Nick tidy restaurant and a lunch room at gostie3s7, Ohio. Doc. Mckinsey proper Public Sale re u in Tatul. Democratic ticket. For governor James e. Campbell Butler county. For lieutenant governor w. V. Marquis Logan. For supreme court judge m. I. Follett Washington. For attorney general Jesse m. Lewis Champaign. For state treasurer w. E. Ii Odin Guernsey. For state school commissioner c. Miller Putnam. For supreme court clerk i. A. Seneca for Board Public works Frank Reynolds Hamilton for senator in general Assembly Lith and loth districts John a. Buchanan Tuscarawas. For representatives in general Assembly David ii. Troendly Eli k Henke it. For treasurer Christian c. Forney. For sheriff Peter Goelek. For commissioner Waki a. Westh Feit. For infirmary director Ozias Delong. Remember the fair. It will be held october 1, 2, 3 and 4. It promises to be the Best Ever held. Peaches arc Selling in this Market at 75 cents. Fine Job printing done a a Call a at the times office. Court convened tuesday with judge Pearce the Bench. Workmen Are still finding bodies every Day at Johnstown. Look out for Low prices at new York Cash store. 38w4 you will save Money by buying your goods at new York Cash store. 38w4 a the weeks doings. Personal mention. Ii. E. Espenschied the jeweler keeps a Nice line Gold and steel spectacles and Sells them reasonable. 38w2 latest fall and Winter styles menus boys and children a clothing at w. Sutton amp cons. Prices always the lowest. 38w4 / vote for Tariff Reform and downfall the trusts that Are robbing the people. If you want Trust monopolies and dear necessaries life vote the Republican ticket. To heartily favor Home Rule in Ireland we demand it also in democratic republicans now wish Cleveland was holding the reins government. They should Call the a a immortal to. N.,�?� to relieve the pressure. The act the Pennsylvania Railroad company in discharging the two employees who engaged in the prize fight a few Days ago is highly commendable. It is a Good was to teach Reform. Repairing watches clocks and jewelry a specially at ii. E. Espenschied a. Highest prices paid for country produce at new York Cash store. 38w4 the Apple crop is not very Good in this locality. The fruit is defective and falling off rapidly. The splendid rain monday will tart the wheat Itiat has been sown and will revive the pastures. Go to Detroit the Beautiful City the Straits via c. Railroad sept. 23. Tickets Good four Days. A the Tuscarawas county agric ritual society will hold their annual fair at canal Dover oct. I 2, 3 and 4. New goods at new York Cash store in room formerly occupied by Minnig amp Gooding. 38w4 no shoddy goods sold at w. Sutton amp cons the old reliable clothiers and hatters. 38 w4 Why two prices for shoddy clothing when you can buy reliable clothing w. Sutton amp co., at honest prices. A Fine Large girl baby came to reside with . And mrs. J. K. Wheeling at Blakes Mills wednesday the a Lii inst. Mother is doing Well. When in need a suit overcoat hat anything in the furnishing Lino Call w. Sutton amp co. They sell the Best goods for the least Money. 38wl just received a Nice line Mouth Quot harps at ii. E. Espenschied a jewelry store West High Street next door to Mathias amp . 59w2 Headquarters j icings school but Etc. Prices Al a drug store new drugs paints med oks school supplies is the lowest at Weils Philadelphia 30w4 t received a Fine line silverware ladies and gents watches at ii. E. Espenschied a the jeweler next door to Mathias amp Williams store. 38w2 the largest and most Complete Stock clothing hats Caps and furnishing goods to be found anywhere at Bottom prices at w. Sutton amp cons. Having a larger Stock italian bees than i wish to keep i will sell a portion them at fair prices. They Are in Firu Elass condition. Call the editor the times. For Sale Trade Ico acres Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property in near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Cali the editor the times. Of now is your Chance to get a ride the Beautiful Steamer City Cleveland from Cleveland to Detroit and return. Go with the popular c. Amp m. Excursion to Detroit sept. 23d. Good four Days. For next four weeks we will make special Price All Fine Wall paper and window blinds to make room for Holliday goods. I f you Are going to paper do it now and save Money. Wells drug store new Philadelphia 36\v4 chases Barley malt whisky is free from ail Trace Verdigris other impurity. Being Rich and nutritious it builds up the feeble and consumptive. Sold by a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia. 35w4 c. Ii. Mathews will deliver a lecture spiritualism at Eagle Hall sunday evening sept. 22, at 7 clock Sharp a subject a spiritualism its facts and philosophy. The True and the false. A the Public is respectfully invited. Al having erected in front our hearing Mill a new and first class set Scales we respectfully invite the Public to share their patronage with us. The location is Handy and we can always be found at the Mill. 30tf Billett amp Miller. Miss Mary Kohr spent several Days last week in n. P. Or. H. Haskins Uhrichsville spent Sabbath with friends in this City. Mrs. Samuel Moore returned from her visit in Ashland monday last. Misses Ella Wilson and Cora Timmons Dennison visited in our City Sabbath. Mrs. Stewart and son Fred Canton visited friends in this City several Days this week. Or. W. Dale Knisely leaves for Chicago wednesday to resume his medical studies. Miss Melissa Moore Harrison co is visiting her brother the editor the times this week. from Bakersville. A a col. . Samuel Frutiger a promising Young Man York township has gone to Wooster to attend College. Prof. Charles Haupert supt the new Philadelphia High schools was in Dennison last . A i y and m Maggie miss Cora Hoffman this City entered upon their duties As teachers in the Mineral Point schools lat week. They Are both excellent teachers. There is considerable hair pulling among republicans in Tuscarawas co., now. The fight arises account the republicans frankly admit that there is not a Shadow a Chance to elect any Man the county ticket. Where you can get a Good Square meal at any time. Warm cold lunch ice Cream soft drinks wild came and oysters in season. Jul Al quiet and orderly a Beautiful place for fishermen at the River near by for camping parties. Come and enjoy yourselves and get your refreshments at Mcklin Seyu a restaurant at Goshen the Trenton Road. July 15,1889. 30wl2 children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. The postmaster general has decided that a thereafter no Saloon keeper can hold a position in the service the United states As a postmaster and that no Post office can be kept in a place where liquor is it strikes us that decision will reach a postmaster two in Tuscarawas county the Post office being in the same building the Saloon is in. The Public debt statement for August shows an increase $5,070,092.25.�? Stockman and Farmer. This is under a Republican administration too at that. That the present administration is incompetent is a fact Patent to the minds All reasonable men. The party is kept Busy giving excuses and explanations. The party even goes so far As to dispute its own official reports. Mrs. Kate Thompson Eddyville Iowa is visiting her brother . S. Vail whom she has not seen for thirty six years. Mrs. Raiff misses Mildred and Irene Meyers Millersburg who have been visiting . And mrs. Magee leave for their Home wednesday. Or. John Minnis Fairfield township met with a serious and probably fatal Accident thursday last by being thrown from a horse lie struck the Back his head and shoulders injuring the spine and producing paralysis. Or. Nixon was called and is treating him. Ilis recovery is regarded As very doubtful. Or. Minnis is one the Best citizens in Fairfield township and it is hoped he will recover. Be heed. The heirs the estate Adam Mathias will sell at Public Sale the premises Friday september 27,18s9, All the real estate owned by said Adam Mathias deceased situated in York township two and three fourths a mile South new Philadelphia The farm will be offered in one body and also in several lots one tract 4 1j acres with Good House it will be offered separate. The Home farm contains 141 acres is in a Good state cultivation moderate Good buildings plenty Timber and a Good four foot vein Coal under about 100 acres it also three splendid Good Orchards it. The. Same Day in the afternoon will be sold 37 acres Good Plain land adjoining Lockport. Will sell this tract in lots As a whole to suit purchasers. Sale to commence at 10 clock a. M., when conditions and terms will be made known by j. B. Mathias. General Wykoff the c. Amp m. Road met with the canal Dover people saturday to negotiate with them for the Transfer their charter and right Way their Short line from Dover to Valley Junction. A Transfer was made subject to the approval the Board directors the Amp m. Road who propose to extend their line to Valley Junction. They say they will turn their line from Stone Creek Valley and come by Way new Philadelphia and then to Dover if the new Philadelphia corporation will give them Light Way through the town. Do the citizens want another Road ? if so do not commence to talk against it and discourage the company As was done when the c. Amp m. Was first built. Corporal Tanner has been called Down from his High Roost in the pension department. He was compelled to hand in his resignation. Incompetency reckless management and his Visuth is what caused his removal. In his Milwaukee speech at the National Encampment he said a a i Tell you comrades that $12 a month Small As it May seem will often preserve the virtue some dead comrades this was an insult to the Many widows soldiers. Their virtue is prize very Low by this enthusiastic gentleman who doubtless Means All right. He like Foraker shoots off his Mouth at Randum. Blunders seem to be the chief act this administration. The position commissioner pensions was tendered major Mckinly but was refused. A Man has not permanently been settled upon. The largest Stock paints oils varnish and colors in the county. We guarantee our White Lead and linseed Oil strictly pure. Lowest Price always at Wells drug store. New Philadelphia Ohio. 36w4 the report the tax Levy Dennison Uhrichsville and the property owners along the new Pike Road was up for hearing before the commissioners last week. No objections having been filed to the apportionment the report was approved. The Tuscarawas county fair held at canal Dover pays the largest Premium any fair in the county and More Money for racing than Ever remember the Beautiful race track where All can see and Many thousands will be entertained oct. 1, 2, 3 and 4. Rome the fastest horses in the country have already entered for the races at canal Dover october 1, 2, 3 and 4. All premiums will be paid in full. Make your entries in Good time. Bring your draft horses Road horses trotting horses pacing horses and Colts and compete for the Liberal premiums. Done to forget the old reliable Tuscarawas county fair that always pays her premiums in full and gives satisfaction. The Farmer that always stays at Home and does not see the improvement in Stock vegetables Grain and farm implements cannot successfully compete with Iii neighbor at farming. Remember you can see the finest display everything at canal Dover fair ground. Remember the dates october 1st, 2nd, 3d, and 4th. The liquor store a. A Pimenthal at canal Dover caught fire wednesday last destroying the furniture counters cigars and a considerable Quantity liquor before the fire was extinguished. The up stairs is used As a residence and the family was Cut off by the fire from making their escape by the stairway and had to be rescued from the windows the second Story. Considerable damage was done to the building. The loss is probably $500. At the methodist episcopal Church next sunday the reception probationers into full membership will follow the morning Sermon. The anniversary the s. S. Missionary society will be held at 7 30 p. In. An attractive program music recitations Etc., will be rendered. Or. Tames Rogers a Workman in the Rollig Mill was severely burned monday night As lie was passing i bar hot Iron through the oils. The tongs broke causing him to fall the bar hot Iron sever by burning his Back hips and one Arm. He is suffering severely. The alarm fire was sounded thursday inst and tie fire department responded promptly Only to find that the fire which had started in . Otis House water Street had already been extinguished. But very Little damage done. Fires make Little headway in our City now. The fire laddies always get there promptly and do their duty Well. Remember the old reliable Tuscarawas county fair always exhibits the finest Stock in the state the latest and Best improved machinery and agricultural implements manufactured and has tie finest Floral Hall any county in the state and always has the largest crowd. Why because the attractions Are great and the premiums Liberal 1 go and see the Best fair Ever he d in Tuscarawas county october 1,2, 3 and 4 marriage licenses granted. At the presbyterian parsonage sept. 10. 1889, by Rev. J. A. Cook . Samuel c. Stull and miss Bell Davy Mineral Point Ohio. At the residence her parents in canal Dover sept. 11, 1889, by Rev. J. A. Cook miss Anola Lewis and . George b. S. Brock Decatur Indiana. Or. R. Stoneman and miss Kate Goodwin were married at the Home the Bride the 12th inst., Rev. J. R. Keyes performed the nuptial ceremony. On wednesday afternoon sept. 11th, 1889, at Gnadenhutten by t. B. Rankin esq., . Simon p. Wiandt to miss Emma a. Swinderman All Tuscarawas county Ohio. Lion Dennison. John r. Timberlake and Mattie e. Hastings. Sherman George and Eldora Milliken. Willis Simmerman and Maggie l. Alton. Rezin d. Stoneman and Kate Goodwin. P. L. Riley and Rachel c. Wright. A new discovery. John Connors a Tinner employed in the Railroad shops Here and living in Uhrichsville returned Home from his work last saturday evening and found his if lying across the bed dead. Doctors were summoned but the vital spark had fled. An autopsy was held yesterday and the conclusion was that she died from heart disease. She was childless. A brakeman name unknown had his left hand crushed saturday evening while making a coupling. Or. Mccurdy amputated the injured member at the Elbow. Quite a Large number Odd Fellows and their wives left sunday and Mon dry for Columbus to attend the festivities to be held by the order this week. Yard master Henry Marcer is visiting the Pacific slope. Or. R. F. Gardner who has been very ill with typhoid fiver is convalescent. The electric rights will be tested this week. J. Wilkin and family will move to Washington d. C., this week. S. Johnson the Dennison Bank is building a handsome residence Grant Street. There Are a number typhoid fever cases in town. Democrats stick together Foraker has got to go. Cyrus. Mrs. Slettie Hawk Kansas is Here visiting her Mother airs. Or. Stewart. E. Agnes Beach City was in this i Vicinity last week buying live Stock. Ii. T. Stonebrook was in new Philadelphia last wednesday business. The supper at Taylert a Church saturday evening was largely attended. Miss Jennie Barrick new Philadelphia visited her parents at this place saturday and sunday. Grandmother Riggle is quite ill. Win. Mimkon Baltic was Here business last saturday. Or. Larry lower Trumble co., visited Bis brother . T. Lower last week. Mrs. Slettie Coon co1 urn bus was Cai cd Home to see her Mother mrs. John Horn who is very Low with con. Sumption. Josiah Stewartz Muski Ngum co., has moved in the House made vacant by ii. W. Swigert and now has the mail route Between Here and Newcomerstown. Henry Billet the new Philadelphia milling co., was in town business the latter part last week. Our new merchant Henry Lei scr has moved his family to his new Home Dover St formerly occupied by j. End Lich. Miss Lizzie Palmier is visiting friends and relations in the Vicinity Shanos Villo. We. Wilson Roscoe and Francis lower Chib called h. F. Stonebrook last saturday. Or. J. Holtzworth a pleasant Young gentleman Evans Creek has accepted a position As clerk in a dry goods store at Norwalk. For More than a year . Holtzworth has been employed to gather Cream for the port Washington Creamery and during that time gave entire satisfaction. We wish him the same Success in his new Enterprise. Last sunday morning while mrs. Bent Warren was letting the cows through the bars in some manner she was struck by a falling rail Felling her to the ground where she was found in an unconscious state. Medical Aid was summoned and she was found to have received a severe cerebral Shock but probably not fatal. One moment we Are called upon to write a word pleasure the next moment we Are called upon to drop a tear sorrow tuesday evening last week the people our Village were greatly grieved when it was announced that a sad and serious Accident had befallen Park the eldest son . And mrs. John Bart hey who at that time was acting As Groom for his Grandfather proprietor the Stewart House. While in the act bedding a horse with some chaff carried in a Basket the animal became frightened and in some Way struck the boy with his fore feet inflicting several severe Scalp wounds and bruising Bis body in different places. Or. Lower who was immediately summoned dressed the wounds very neatly. Since then he has lain in a Semi conscious condition. Or. Beers Newcomerstown was called in consultation saturday and at this writing the patient is reported better but the doctors say he is not entirely out Langer. Bill shorty. From Dundee. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You May yourself be one the Many who know from personal experience just How Good a thing it is. If you have Ever tried it you Are one its staunch friends because the wonderful thing about it is that when once Given a trial . Kings discovery Ever after holds a place in the House. If you have never used it and should be afflicted with a cough cold any Throat lung Chest trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time Money refunded. Trial bottles free at f. Miller amp songs drug store. From pout Washington. As the excursion train Wras returning from the Wheeling fair last thursday night Over the c. L. Amp w. R. K. A lot Drunken rowdies were aboard and a Drunken Row was the natural consequence. At Maynard station while the train was stopped the Row began and one fellow Drew Bis revolver and tired at the one he was quarrelling with missing Yfim the Ball struck a travelling Man in the shoulder making a slight wound. Two shots were fired while in the coach one lodged in the seat near Jacob Shoemaker this City. The miscreant then ran out and jumped off the train while three other men followed. The Rowdy turned and fired three yeas she spent with her two daughters j shots at his pursuers and escaped Cap a portion the time in Muscatine j Ture. Quite a number our citizens Iowa and a part the time in this i were the train but none them City. The funeral took place Sab j were involved in the disturbance. It is Bath afternoon from the residence said Jacob Shomaker will never be a mrs. Sarah Lewis died at the residence . Hugh Mitchel this City August 11th, 1s89, in the 81st year her age. The deceased was born in Philadelphia county pa., August 22d, 1s09. She moved with her parents to this state in 1s20. Her last fifteen . J. Holder was in Cleveland last week business. Joseph Loeb Uhrichsville was in town last Friday. Thomas Patterson Newcomerstown made a business trip to a a port a last wednesday. Rov. S. F. Ross preached his Farewell Sermon at the Centenary Church sunday last. Insurance agent . Kinsey Trenton was in town thursday last week in the interest his business. The Board education has Given permission to dismiss school thurs Day and Friday sept. 19 and 20, to give All an Opportunity to attend the c. O d. Fair at Newcomerstown. Mrs. Emma Mclan with her two Little daughters Hay Springs neb., is visiting with her Mother mrs. We. W. Riley. Ii. L. Sperling this place a fireman the p. Amp St. Louis Road fell from an engine in the Dennison Yards last monday and severely Cut his right hand a piece broken Jug. He will not be Able for duty for several weeks. Mrs. George Miller residing about 2 Miles East town died at her Home last thursday at the age eighty years and two Days. The funeral services were held in the Gennan lutheran Church saturday by Rev. O. Krafft. A. P. It fool. Cutting Corn is the order the Day. Judging from present appearances the Corn crop is going to be very Good especially High and Hilly land. The potato crop however is not so Large As expected and people complain that so Accord but was requested to do so and a few weeks ago there appeared an article in the times relating to Church affairs at Phillipsburg. Said article was written in such a spirit ridicule and solemn matters treated with such petulance that it deserves no reply. But As it contains Gross misstatements facts and outspoken falsehoods it needs a reply for the Sake truth lest the readers who have no other source information than such one sided communications would be left under a very wrong impression. The main facts Are simply these the German congregation at Phillips Burgh was organized Many years ago by a minister the German ref. Church and As a reformed congregation. The next minister was also a reformed minister. The lutheran English and the reformed congregation never United themselves into one organization that called itself a evangelical a but they United Tor the purpose procuring a lot and building a House worship it always however remaining two separate organizations. For the last 22 23 years the German congregation was again served by ministers the reformed Church but in the intervening time several ministers the evangelical Church were Labouring there. When the last minister Rev. Stechow left even before then a movement was stirred the object which was to elect the next time an Independent an evangelical minister. A great majority concurred in this movement and the final result was that the present minister Oltha numerically larger portion was elected after two Reform ministers had preached their so called trial sermons but were not elected. Now we wish to be understood. We do not deny those people the right electing an evangelical Independent minister this is a free country and they have a perfect right to elect whatever minister they desire. We perfectly concede this. But if a certain number members no matter How great that number May be conclude to make a change in the Church name and in the election a minister and we concede them that right we ask in the name common sense has not any other number the right to remain True to its Faith confession and name and again we which party is the one in reality which makes the disturbance that which secede the one that remains the majority and minority have nothing to do in this matter. Every sensible person knows that truth and right Are not nearly always with the majority. We could very easily prove this if it were necessary. Suppose three fourths the members the Preshy. Church at new Philadelphia should resolve to form a congregational Community the other fourth however were decided to remain a presbyterian congregation As it had been before and As such would claim the Church would that party be the disturbing one ? now in answer to a few statements in that communication the following May be sufficient that the German minister from new Philadelphia forced himself into the Church at Phillipsburg is a falsehood. That he gave a discourse in behalf the minority and instructed these poor sinners Etc., a leu Cheringa the majority is another falsehood. That he helped them to go into the courts is a third falsehood. What that minister did was this lie preached upon the invitation the consistory session and according to a Resolution the reformed congregation not As their regular mini Dor but Only As Supply. He always admonished the people to avoid All strife and Contention As far As possible but to be quiet yet decided and steadfast As far As the right was their Side. And he did not interfere in anyway m those matters out his own real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds James Wilcoxen to Caroline Clark it Al lot 250, Uhrichsville �1,500. George ii. to Robert Leech lot 25 and 26, Uhrichsville. $675. Mary a. Griffith to Christian Lieser 40 acres Jefferson $1,200. W. W. Herron to Charles and Serena capes 4 1-10 acres lats 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, Goshen $500. Samuel Hall to Sarah a. Hall lot 3, new Philadelphia $1,400. Janies it arding to Elizabeth Lams it. Lots 3 and 4, Newcomerstown $400. We. Hill to we. Cheney part lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Dennison �1,100. A. B. Johnson to Lewis Penn lot 8, Dennison �000. Henry Fisher to d. J. Knisely new Philadelphia lots 5, 6 and 7, �150. Amos Ilo Hstetler to i. J. Harris 1 acre sugar Creek $3,500. R. Temple to Nellie Burchfield 12 Square rods Newcomerstown �750. J. W. Redman to a. B. Hall lot 58, Mineral City $580. James Milliken to the Board education co perches Rush �75. L. Mckee to m. L. Page lot 14, Dennison $100. Jonas Warner to Albert de Mutli 26 44-100 acres Warwick �3,244. Albert de Mutli to Jacob e. Lind 30 77-100 acres $3,077. Philip Heidi a Assignee to Charles Miller 132 acres Dover �3,400. We. L. Davis to Albert Dillehay 1-5 acre Fairfield �500. Jacob Beamer sex to to Catharine Hall 18 acres Warren $1,000. Prudence Harding to t. Its. Taylor lot 22, Newtown $150. Mischel Ian ions items. This land the presidents has just witnessed the Happy Union the heretofore divided political factions that comprise the Republican party the 8tate. They a know Jas Mahone and anti Mahone ites the Republican party. Now that Mahone has been Endor sed by his App Fuents Tor governor and an old anti Mahone ites for lieutenant governor with almost Universal satisfaction along the line is a precursor Republican Victory never before seen in a old president Harrison and the National committee Blaine and Sherman did press. Hello is that the old a rebel a yell a the Republican papers talk so much about it looks much that Way. There Isnit a Union Soldier nor a coloured Man the Virginia Republican tickets the contrary every nominee from governor Down is a. Confederate Soldier nominated his War Reccord the band played a a Dixie when the nominations were announced at the Tate convention and the platform declares in favor state pensions for rebel soldiers and the free press makes the shameful admission that Harrison Blaine amp co shaped up the Republican factions in Virginia and reconciled them by doling out Federal appointments this is big business ? indeed for the highest officers the nation but the free press seems to think it is practical politics and likes it because it will Carroll chronicle. From Tuscarawas for Sale cheap. Many Are Rotten. This is due probably to the wet season. Rev. Smith preached his Farewell Sermon at the m. E. Church last sunday his first year this circuit having expired. He is an eloquent and effective preacher Earnest and zealous in his work virtuous and Christian like in character and during the past year has made Many friends who ardently Hope that he May be re instated and allowed to remain another year. Or. James u. Waiter has returned from Ada Ohio where he has been attending school the past summer. Or. W. Is one Wayne townships Best teachers and Speaks in High terms Superior advantages a n d prosperous condition the V. Or. Perry Steffe has gone to Van weit county o., to engage in business. His Many friends wish him Success in whatever lie May undertake. We. Brown Foreman the Stone quarries at this place has purchased George Smiley three acres land just West town and is erecting a neat Little Domicil the same. Geo. Lantzer we learn gets Possession the House now occupied by . Brown. The Sabbath schools this place have surely done a Noble work this summer. An unusual degree interest has been plainly manifested especially by the growing generation and younger class people. The writer was highly gratified last sunday seeing a school girl perhaps twelve Summers ably conducting a class her associates. May the Good work continue until All our Street a Ramblers shall abandon their carousing and find the Sabbath school with its cheerful and Christian influences a source pleasure and profit. We Are told that . Ezra Cotton near Here contemplates moving into Holmes county in the near future. He expects to farm upon his father in Laws place. Or. Frank sell warm is Home from West Lebanon and expects to stay. Yes Frank no place like Home a tis True no place like fair Dundee for some loved one is calling you dear Frank come Back to me. U. B. Still. Authorized by that body the Chris Tian Church which he is a member. Now Only a few More to col. Mulligan from the illustration which you used not a very appropriate one i think it appears that you must be pretty Well acquainted with cards and their use and importance in playing and gambling with them. I am Happy to say that i do not understand anything this matter. But so much i know that As a Rule the card playing business is not regarded and i think justly so As a virtue and 1 am further convinced that a Good knowledge the Bible and a daily use it has a much better influence upon the moral character a Man than the Best knowledge cards and their use. I would As a Friend kindly advise you to make yourself better at Home in the Bible than in the card playing room it will be much better for you in every respect for body and soul. Fhi Maletus. Our Village keeps jogging along about As usual with Here and there some few changes. One new House has been erected this summer namely that mrs. Brady which is nearing completion stands the lot alongside Bense Rolli and will make her a very Nice Home. Then comes Charles Reiser who has the foundation about completed for a new House Cherry Street near r. T. Benners residence. The House is to be built by . Nagley. We have not seen the plan but suppose it will be a Good one. Directly West that comes gust Keg ulass lot where he is busily at work excavating a cellar and getting ready for the masons for the foundation a new House also to be built this fall. Then comes Tom Benner East and adjoining Reisert Slot with a pile ground thrown out and a Large pile building blocks also a pile lumber which looks very much like a new House in the near future. Then the same Street further West Conn s another pile Stone and lumber which also shows indications for a House this fall Winter which will be put up by Charles Kamel. Officer cunning has also been improving his property by putting up a neat and substantial stable and shed his lot. It will be fixed to the boys satisfaction when he gets a horse and conveyance which will come in time. Will Rolli is putting a Kitchen to his House work done by l. E. Romig. Then in the country we have the satisfaction seeing our old Friend Abraham Lichty putting up a neat and commodious dwelling which they very much need plan something similar to the moravian parsonage work done by Fred. Heter. The Farmers Are All very Busy with their wheat Clover seed and potatoes which we will report later. Respectfully a writer in the Canton Democrat asserts that eight million feet lumber were sold in Canton in the month August to a medium poor men to construct houses. The Tariff tax at �2 a thousand feet would amount to �16,000, which went into the pockets the millionaire lumber Barons three four states. Just contemplate the spectacle the common people a Small City laying �16,000 As one months tribute at the feet a few dozen lumber Barons republicans Call that a protecting infant industries a but common people Are finding out it is Bald robbery. The Mills Bill put lumber the free list and the free list it wiil go in Good time. The current up disc opinion against further robbery for the Benefit the Rich is irresistible. The Sioux City Corn Palace opens september 23 and closes october 5, 1ss9. It will be larger grander and More artistic than its predecessors. The Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway which is the direct route to Sioux City will sell excursion tickets at greatly reduced rates. The last three half rate Harvest excursions will leave Chicago and Milwaukee by the c. 8 St. P. It a september 10 amp 24 amp october 8, 1389. For information circulars showing rates fare map Etc., address a. V. H. Carpenter general passenger agent Milwaukee wis. 37w3 potato culture. Or. Gilbert has Learned from twelve years Experiment at Roth Amsted that potatoes require a due proportion j nitrogenous and Mineral food As Lias Long been held by Good Farmers Ami that Mineral manures alone produce Little results. The Liberal use barn Yard manure seems to be justified by the Large yield which is thought to off set the disadvantage greater liability to disease. Continuous growth potatoes in the same land appears to Render the crop less liable to disease instead More so. I. Know. Meeting the army the Cumberland at Chattanooga. Her daughter mrs. Hugh Mitchel. The deceased was a Good Christian the funeral services were conducted by Rev j. A. Cook. Ler than he was when the bullets were flying uncomfortably close to him. It is said that As a big drunk the Wheeling fair was a Success. Farm 91 acres situated in Rush township within three Miles two railroads Good new House and other buildings Well improved. Also 50 acres Good Hill Laud situated within two Miles Uhrichsville. For further information Call w. Ii. Westhafer Tracy Tuscarawas co., I4tf Low rate excursion to Detroit mich., and return by the popular c. Amp m. Ray monday sept 23d. Tickets Good returning until sept. 26, with the privilege one Day Stop Over in Cleveland return trip. Below is time for train and rates fair for the round trip round trip. $ 3 50 3 50 3 50 3 50 2 32 2 55 3 17 3 39 canal Dover. 4 00 done to miss this cheap ride the Lake from Cleveland to Detroit the Beautiful Steamer City Cleveland arriving at Detroit at 5 a. M., sept. 24th.�? those desiring to go from stations where we have no agents can get tickets the train. For further information see Small Bills. Leave. Caldwell 1 30 p. Belle Valley. 1 40 it. Pleasant. 2 01 Byersville 2 13 Cambridge. Kimbolton. Town., Phillipsburg. 3 50 3 50 3 50 3 50 3 50 a fir eat Surprise is in store for All who use Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs the great guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it is sold its merits and that any druggist is authorized by the proprietor this wonderful remedy to give you a Sample bottle free it never fails to cure acute chronic coughs. All druggists sell Kempis Balsam. Large bottles 50 cents and $1. For meeting the army the Cumberland at Chattanooga september 18th and 19th, rate one fare for round trip,$9.75, will be made from Cincinnati. Tickets sold sept. 12th, and 16th, Good for return to oct. 10th, via the Queen and Crescent route. This is one the grandest Scenic lines the continent passing As it does through the Beautiful Blue grass Region Kentucky crossing the famous High Bridge which spans the Kentucky River at an Elevation 285 feet above the Channel passing through the pretty towns Lexington Deleware Nicholasville and the fruit counties Lincoln and Pulaski. In the mountains at Point Burnside where the line crossed the Cumberland River the scene is one picturesque grandeur beyond description. This is the Only direct line running entire trains through without charge. Three express trains daily leave Central Union depot Cin Cannatti. A sound logical opinion. A Send blk Man. Would use Balsam for the Throat and lungs. It is curing More cases coughs cold asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung troubles than any other Medicine. The proprietor has authorized any druggist to give you a Sample bottle free to convince you the Merit this great remedy. Large bottles 50c and �1. Harvest excursions. E. Bainbridge monday esq., county atty Clay county Texas says a a have used electric bitters with most Happy results. brother Aho was very Low with malarial fever and jaundice but was cured by timely use this Medicine. Am satisfied electric bitters saved his . I. Wilcoxsen horse Cove ky., adds a like testimony saying he positively believed he would have died bad it not been for electric bitters. This great remedy will Ward off As Well As cure All malarial diseases and for All kidney liver and stomach disorders stands unequalled. Price 50 cts and $1, at f. Millar amp songs drugstore bargains bargains bargains w. Sutton amp co. Are offering the greatest bargains in clothing any House in the county. Call and examine their Stock and you will be convinced. 3sw4 the Pennsylvania lines will sell cheap tickets september 10th, 21th and october 8th, 1889. The Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburgh will sell excursion tickets at one fare for the round trip to principal Points in the Northwest Southwest and South Good returning thirty clays from Date Sale. For full information apply to the nearest passenger ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines. 36 w3 half rate Harvest excursions. Will leave Chicago and Milwaukee via the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway for Points in Northern Iowa Minnesota South and North Dakota Montana Colorado Kansas and Nebraska August g and 20, september 10 and 24, and october 8, 1889. Tickets Good for return passage within 30 Days from Date Sale. For further information circulars showing rates fare maps Etc., address a. V. H. Carpenter general passenger agent Milwaukee wis. 32w4 Harlem Bill posters were greatly irritated last week to find so Many their Bills torn Down and chewed up by goats As they supposed but a watch being set the culprit was found to be an old Man who had received an injection the it rown Sequard elixir taken from a Goat. _ Between 1853 arid 1887 the production Cane sugar increased from 1,233, 000 tons to 2,754,000 tons annually beet sugar increasing during the same period from 190 000 to 2,433,000 tons. The total increase All kinds in ring the same period named was 3,764,000 tons. The mexican government is reported to be about putting a High duty upon live cattle which Are largely imported into that country from our own and have heretofore been the free list in Mexico. If you want a Nice Gold set ring Call h. E. Spen spied the jeweler and watchmaker West High Street next door to Mathias amp Williams. 38w2 any person in need a first class typewriter should not fail to write to j. W. Rolli Stone Creek o., for Cata Logue and Sample writing the world typewriter. We acknowledge the receipt a complimentary ticket to the Carrollton fair oct. 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th. The fair promises to be first class this year. England is said to have one cow to 8 persons France one cow to 3.1 persons America one cow to 2 Perrons Vermont one cow to h persons

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