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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 25, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thur3eay. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill , posters and Job printing 01 every description done Short notice. Your favor solicit d. New Philadelphia times the Quot times Quot advertising rates. Spack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. 8 1 00 82 00 8 3 00 8 5 my three inches. 2 00 5 00 1 50 15 a six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 001 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday september 25, 1890. Number 39. ,ei3l Al it Cleveland a Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May is 1890. Going East. Stations. 1 ail express local. Leave new Philadelphia 8 2 a. 111. 2 0c . 1 00 110 a a canal Dover. 6 35 a a 210 a a Zoar. 7 i it a a 1 2 25 a a 2 00 Mineral Point. 7 30 a 2 31 a a 215 a a Magnolia. S a 246 a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 a a 2 51 a a 3 07 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 3 15 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3.55 a a 1000 4 25 a a 6 35 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . Wells Ville. 1210 a a 4.50 a a Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 00 a going a est. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 010 . 12 45 . 10 10. Bellaire. 4 40 Wellsville. 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 2s 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 111 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. I 53 5 35 110 10 canal Dover. 112 10 6 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 i 6 15 ill 00 hew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday septem Helt 25, 1s90. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 43�?othe new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.s1.00 if not paid within three mo�?T8 1.50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended Lor publication to the times. Democratic state ticket. Editorial notes. The weeks doings. 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 m the past. 38 w2 a greater number our patrons Are tardy this year in paying subscriptions than any previous year. Money is scarce especially with the Farmers. But it takes Money to run a newspaper and we shall have to Calfta All those whose subscription is past due now while the roads Are passable. So please he prepared for As when we come else Call at the office with it. For Secretary state Hon. Thad. E. Cromley Pickaway county. For supreme judge Hon. George b. Okey Franklin county. For member Board Public works Hon. Leopold Keifer Miami county. Democratic county ticket. All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the Yvo est connect at Alliance with trains the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to j. F. Mylar agent new Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph Wood e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. A t Pittsburgh a. Cleveland and Marietta in effect May 11, 1890. For congressman fourteenth District James w. Owens Licking county. To 012 Cas 1 0 ions. Micron. Going 30 pm 4 a i Verj for probate judge Jasper h. Mitchell Dover. For clerk courts John c. Dona hey Perry. For recorder Hugh t. Minn is Goshen. For 1 a Rose cutting a11orney, James g. Patrick Goshen. For county com Mission r. We Are informed that . E. D. Kal Denbaugh has identified himself with the american casualty insurance co. Of Baltimore City. From what we can learn it is one the Best institutions for the Labouring Man that we know . The labourer who is most liable to be injured and lose his valuable time is protected the object this company is to protect the labourer and indemnify him in Case Accident. We Are pleased to see . Kaldenbaugh looking after the wants the labourers and manufacturers in this respect As Well As he did in their interests in securing the Street car line. Success to you de. Or. Creel the twin City Independent had for himself and family a neat dwelling erected and last week they moved into their new Home. It is a double Frame building Well planned and finished throughout. George is a Hustler and knows just where to drive a Nail. In connection with his newspaper he also has a Large notion store in which he has associated with himself As partner miss Mamie Coddington a lady rare business qualities and prominence. Miss c. Is full business d vim. Both Are wide awake i i f the patronage iop a Muscara a Nai and anti to d to a Shar and respect the \ it was c nov i ites a for Tver nov ii. I g Dir lit the a a Kuffer a ilk ins , the delegations u it it r. Mur Conrd equal cd Powers Are neither Mitch Maii for in do mention and a Atli the a were App inf Elt did not Haw Ivin Hergarden. The building Boom in our town still continues. Prof. F. S. Belding is Leader the kind Rdarden band. A Good All Wool cloth for 22c Peryy a at s. Rennerts canal Dover. When at Dover done to fail to Call j. Stuhlmiller for candies hot Coll be Etc.3 the cheapest drugs and Patent med loins in the county at Wells drug store. The kindergarten co. Pride themselves with having the finest orchestra travelling. For grand bargains in boots and shoes Call at Samuel Stetler a place factory Street canal Dover. 38 w3 . C. Jenkins will deliver an address a subject a a Farmers Alliance a the fair grounds in Dover wednesday october 1st, at 2 clock p. Joseph Meek was made Happy monday afternoon Over the arrival twin girls coming to Hoard with him. Joe will get that hat Over his ears now. Mother Bunch has rented her mansion in Edgefield and gone to Youngstown. The workhouse sentence judge Pearce Hung Over her scared her . Her new mansion the Dover Road will be left the contractors hands. Another lot new goods this week at mrs. L. A. Joss. Have you seen the Lovely hats at her store for the fair go and get one those Odd shapes. Buy before they get common. Miss Walker is hand to make anything ordered in it Yin a millinery this season r the weeks doings. W Iasi a Nee they slow tick 25, 35 mesday to Hoar Glia rant Garden co., a a veiling Sci hem. Fled t Era House 1 Ali. Do perform Standard prints Only five cents at s. Rennerts canal Dover. New fall goods this week at mrs. L. Drakes canal Dover. A Good shoulder shawl for ten cents at s. Rennerts canal Dover. We have All colors All Wool cloth at 22 cents per Yard at s. Rennerts canal Dover. Any one wanting a new hat for the fair will save Money by calling mrs. L. Drake canal Dover. For a Fine line jewelry and silverware at living prices Call at g. Krebs jewelry store third Street canal Dover. Lizzie Engel has just finished her fifteenth Hundred pair pants for our clothiers Here. Had worked Only about three years the Job. Mrs. John Quinlain accidentally broke off a Needle while trying to pull it out her left hand saturday. A physician relieved her from the pain. A Farmers picnic was held at the residence Hon. F. Ankney saturday. Many Farmers and their families were in attendance. If you want a Nice watch clock anything done in the repairing line at living prices and Short notice Call at g. Krebs third Street canal Dover. Have you seen our line fall and Winter wraps everybody declares it is the Best and finest line in the county be share and give us a Call. No trouble to show goods at s. Rennerts Deis Block canal Dover Ohio. The Best line jackets and Winter wraps at prices that defy Competition at s. Rennerts. If you want a Nice dress be sure and Call i in Orcsi we have the latest novel tie Veau c x Cut a come now and 50. Ii i mat. Cut Ore he y the Higl Sale at Hali Al and the order. Prices in Iii to Lorenz Souliv Mam Day egg Iru n Ara Miner United in Satur torn. The and was wit ple. They Iii ing train. Points about people. Cyrus Hummel is ill with typhoid fever. Clay Knisely this City is dangerously ill typhoid Tever. Or. And mrs. Chas. Harman sunday de in port Washington. Miss Ada Wert returned to her Home in Massillon monday evening. Mary Harvey Uhrichsville was the guest mrs. J. B. Read monday. Or. And mrs. Wait and family left for their Home in it. Vernon monday. Or. Cyrus Ilum Mell old town Valley is seriously ill typhoid fever. Mrs. Mccleary Newcomerstown is visiting her son and daughter in this City. _ mrs. Taylor Pittsburg and mrs. Lynch new Brighton Are visiting Here. William Kaley and Al. Westwood Cambridge came up Here saturday to see their families. Or. Isaac couts Paoli was in town monday. He never forgets to Call us when in the City. Mrs. Huffman and daughters Ruth and Maggie. Are at Cambridge in attendance at the m. E. Conference. E. C. Collier and daughter mrs. Robinson new Cumberland were guests mayor Mcgregor and wife saturday. Or. T. S. Taylor a merchant and general business Man Paoli gave the times office a pleasant Call monday. From Hartwood. Messes. C. Harris and v. Ward Niles came to Titis place saturday to n ten the funeral their Kysely. Friend w. 1. Charley Maurer Street car conductor tapped John limes thursday evening Quot using rough language while in pres ence ladies. It Vav. Jocko i i i Ped off in this City from conference Al his Many friends. St liver in his i Cambric Rev. W. S. Murphy who has been stationed in the Northern part the state for the past three four years visited relatives Here before attending annual conference at Attica. The Young people to the number about forty completed a very pleasant Surprise for miss Mary Finney saturday evening sept. 13. The evening was passed in social Chat until supper was announced when the company retired to the dining room and surrounded the feast. All seemed to do Justice to the occasion. After this a few games were in order followed by the distribution presents. She was the Happy recipient several useful and valuable presents. The company then adjourned wishing her Many returns this anniversary Day. Messes. F. C. Moore and a. C. Murphy accompanied by the misses Ingabee Murphy and Amanda Browning attended the state fair at Columbus last week. The repairing our Church is completed and adds much to the appearance the same. Miss Maggie Miller is visiting friends in Harrison county at present. Edward Harper Rush township was visiting friends near Here last saturday and sunday. Miss Stoner Tappan. Is visiting miss Bernice Robinson at present. Several from this locality attended the show at Newcomerstown last tuesday and give a favourable report. Robert g. Galbraith candidate for recorder the Republican ticket was in this neck the Woods last week viewing the political Outlook. He thinks lie will be the recorder but he should remember the words Burns a the Best Laid plans men and mice aft gang Theodore Weingarth started monday sept. 15, for Bethlehem penn., where he will attend the theological Seminary. To wish him Success in his efforts. Mrs. Ii. Ii. Woodward who Lias been the sick i a for some time is mend ing slowly. The Normal so conducted by i township it urday with their Eterei school Bud. Ness the i sen Good 5 out my in at. The 11s. Court common pleas. Proceedings. To Pec sex t Lora its gent they know it. Ltd i tracks n till s will i Rains a a through sit and a Sliu i urdu Fth c tween Mari Aud Toledo. Close Conn w. Amp i?., i. Ohio River East and to St. L. East a v. Aid v Junction wit i to n. A i it. R t by an Ibri one Arietta i z a it it. U., i go with 1>. Ltd Ali i tibial Dov r with rth and East at Valley. K. A in Valley t y. W k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. I a and amp 0. A. Amp 1,. W. A l Pittsburg it. Wayne a Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 13 4tg trains depart from Alliance As follows Central time no. 1. 9. 11. 3. No. S. 14. 4. 10. 20. 6. Going West fast line. Chicago express. Mail. Mail express. Going Easl fast line. Accommodation. Mail. Fast express. Day express. Alliance accommodation. T 2-39 a in 10-20 t 9-20 4-50 3-45 t 0-30 3-10 p in f 9-10 10-30 2-45 trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 . 12-45 a a and 2-30 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at 9-50 a a 4-30 Ami 3-00 .note.�?no. 3 Lias Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates fare through tickets and baggage Diecks and further information regarding the running trains apply the ticket agent Alliance. Ohio. Quot daily. Daily except sunday. Daily except monday. E a. L Ord general pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh. A. The p. C. Amp St. Louis railway pan handle route. Ali at the race track at is one the Best county state. Tome the Best state v. Ili he there. The very exciting this year. We learn from a reliable source that . John a. Roenbaugh a prominent and influential citizen port Washington and who has always been a staunch Republican has declared ins intention to vote the straight democratic ticket this fall. No doubt . Roenbaugh feels that the policy the Republican party is against the labourer Farmer Mechanic and the hone and sinew the land generally. The g. O. P. Is the Friend the monopolist and capitalist. Many More republicans should come out in favor a government for the people. It worries the editor the advocate very much for the times to urge democrats to stick to their ticket and avoid the danger Dis organizing tie party without cause. He construes it to he a threat when it hears no such construction and is no More than an admonition and a caution. Of course the advocate thinks nothing a a stretching the blankets to fortify the Republican Effort to create a nationality prejudice. That idea was conceived at the Republican convention and followed up by the chronicle. The editor the advocate was not Brave enough to follow suit except by mis construing. d j us 3 nub a i party. O win. Frazier a 5b Home drunk monday evening and began annoying his wife who became i i a used at his Demeanour and threw a trowel full mortar at him striking Idun in the face and filling his eyes. Frazier was building a new House and his wife was engaged in hauling gravel and Earth out the cellar and course was angered to have her husband come Home drunk and the mortar bed being Handy she picked up a trowel shovel and dashed the mortar into his face. He suffered intense pain and . Of Connell was called who does not at this time know whether the Man will lose his sight hut the supposition is that he Gazette. Air. Mcl it we la Arti Terpisi a Farn by wish i Access in new i a elem to Al cob Labold i \ ice presiden schedule taking effect june 15, 1s90. Going West. Trains depart from the p. V St. Louis depot Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. A m accommodation. T 5-o express. Express. A 12-15 a in 3-53 p in going East. Express. Express. Express. Accommodation 2-4 it 11-05 2-40 i it in f 8-15 a every Day. Central timed except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg Columbus in Cunati Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trains East and West. For time tables rates fare through tickets and further information regarding the running trains apply to ticket agent i Lrichs Ville Junction Ohio. E. A. Ford. Gen. Pas. And ticket agent. Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. A <71 35 v cd k k q a r a p 1 a a e22 i x a 11 r 10 x it it is amp 5 0 a s c 1 53 j stations. It it \ a ass a c Quot _ c 0 5 a 3.2�?T Quot j 3 a a c Rel cd it it 5 it it c w 1 1 c v 1 x sgt a �?o�3865 Sec cot 0 5 a re l. Leg i Law 5 Quot. �?o0 Jim a c 22 22 11 a a i 6 democrats a the Republican editors and politicians Tuscarawas county want you to vote the Republican ticket this fall because As they say you Are corrupt and against the interest the tax payers and that you Are not capable managing the affairs the county. They say you get too Large a salary. They do not Point out where you have wronged any one hut you Are thieves general principles. They think you ought to help them into office and let them enjoy these fat salaries that the Republican Legislatures have fixed for them in county matters As Well As state. You know it is proverbial with them to raise salaries for instance the governors salary from $4,000 to �3,000, and president from $25,000 to �50,000. They bought the presidency and if you will now submit to them stealing your conscience they will be extremely Happy. Just Swallow the a a Taff y a our it publican editors old Tuscarawas county Are giving you and the Republican party will attend to drawing the salaries in this county. One the planks in the platform the Farmers Alliance i3 the declaration in favor lower salaries. It is Well in this connection to remind our Farmer friends that it was the Republican party that increased the salary the president the United states from �25,000 to �50,000, and the salary the governor Ohio from �4,000 to �8,000 a year. It is also True that the exorbitant salaries that Are paid to Many our Public officials were made so during the War and the succeeding years while the Republican party controlled every department the government both state and National. In this matter As Well As in the matter excessive Tariff taxation the Farmers should have the courage to place the responsibility where it belongs. And the old Republican Farmer should realize too that if he had voted to condemn his his party when it enacted these outrages instead voting each year to whip the Southern rebels he would not now be asking somebody to lick his political Carrollton chronicle. Malice was organized in i hip last week with a Sid Cut Aiden i incr John Koliar i Roa a user and Franklin Brown Secretary. They have quite a membership now with prospects Many More. Their meetings will be held at the township House. Mrs. Catharine Swihart who lives near Ragersville is seventy seven years old and never saw a Street car until this morning. She came in town with her son in Law Fisher her Way to Brandywine and sent him to Dover to remain until she could arrive the car so that she could say that she had Rode Street cars at her advanced age. Death mrs. Mary Hammel Slittler. Gnu j ground his head i his Eoli a it t i a me u he climbed u me wry slip in the fall infecting a Arbone and u univ pm Cit life in a building at graph wire b in building to pass p to raise the wire my and fell to the a ladder fell 011 terrible right was splintered. Proving. This writing he is in Louisa Larker died at her Home in Vanwert county >., aug. 25th, 1890, typhoid fever and heart failure. She was the daughter Adam and Charlotte Harker and was in her 15th year. Sleep dear Anna and take thy rest god has called thee Home he thought it Best. The above item was received from a subscriber for the Benefit friends in this . Notice to Hunters and trespassers. Rev. Ross Plains circuit Are sorry to la our town friends Here. Vol oct to e Rev. Been Wain ski a it 5s As has mad by 1 Burn the g. A citizen Manv i it a it it the to 1.7 71 col wooo i x 2-1 i x x c. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt a lieu fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat a faction Money refunded. Price 25 cents a a Box for Safe by f. C Miller amp son. Tij2 the editor the advocate last week charges us with having kicked against the democratic ticket in times past and therefore we Are not the proper party to insist upon party discipline. To distorts the truth for political purposes is one the chief traits the editor the advocate. He Well knows that All the kicking we Ever done was before the nomination and that we never fought the ticket nominated either personally through the paper. Beriah Wilkins was not nominated and we had Good reasons for opposing him and have no apologies to make for it. But the editor the advocate converts himself into a Parrot to repeat the lies that were published in the Ohio Democrat As to our kicking by that editor whose disgraceful conduct had caused him to be kicked out by his partner and shunned by the people because his indecency. The editor the advocate thinks no doubt that a lie serves the purpose As Well in politics As the truth provided the people do not know any better. His efforts however were useless in the Campaign for mayor and will prove so in this Case. The German reformed Church lower Stone Creek held a Sabbath school picnic in Ankeny a Grove 011 saturday last. A More enjoyable occasion has not been witnessed this season. The program exercises was a3 follows Forenoon greeting by the pastor Rev. Kalbfleisch and addresses by Rev. Secrist Akron and Rev. Jones Zanesville All which were attentively listened to. Then came the intermission for the feast and a feast it was too. There were at least 200 feet tables spread and loaded Down with the choicest eatables and delicacies that could be procured. And a fact worthy note is that none can Excel the German ladies Stone Creek in the Culin Arv Art. Everybody was welcomed and none went away hungry and As much was hauled Home As would have fed another such crowd. After dinner a season merriment followed in which prof. Forney seemed perfectly at Home and a very Welcome guest. The y Ork town and Ragersville bands rendered excellent music adding much to the enjoyment the occasion. Afternoon exercises consisted an address in German by prof. Forney. Of course we did not understand what he said but judging from the attention Given his address was highly appreciated. Then followed judge Yeagley whose experience and training in the Sabbath school has amply fitted him for such occasions. He never fails to have attention. Thus ended the program the Day and a very enjoyable season. Ave extend our Many thanks to mrs. John Wenger and mrs. Daniel Kulin for their kindness and the Bountiful dinner shared by us. May the Good people this Valley live Long and Prosper is the wish be editor. The reaper who ruthlessly severs the fondest Hopes and whose sickle cuts keenest through affections Tew drills has again invaded our Community bringing to All the most poignant grief the subject our sketch mrs. Mary Hammel Shetler after a lingering illness several weeks heart trouble super induced by irregularity the blood a circulation peacefully passed to her maker a wednesday Moring 10 a. M., at a Ripe old age surrounded by near and dear relatives and friends. The deceased was born near gettysburgpa., March 14th, 1804, and consequently was aged 80 years 0 months and 2 Days at the time her demise. She was Ger Man Irish descent her ancestors Many them having attained the age 112 years at their death. November 11 the 1853, she was married to Henry Shetlar which Happy Union was blessed whith 14 children 9 boys and 5 girls and 38 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren survive her deceased removed with her parents to this City in 1808. When at tub time there were about a dozen old Iok Cabins. Her father was appointed Cap Tain in the War 1812, but it Lite not serve. On May 18, 1369 her husband died suddenly at Taylorsville 111., where he was visiting and looking up a location to reside. Being past four score and six her sight and mental faculties were remarkably preserved and Enjo red Good health until this summer. Being urged to spend the remaining years her life in Leisure and ease she made her Home with her daughter mrs. Benjamin Emerson where she died. She witnessed the John Funston execution dec. 25, 1825. At Tjie age 7 years she became a member the lutheran Church. Rev. Snyder being the first preacher that was Ever Here having been a devout christan lady and Mother 79 years. She has gone to receive her Crown and Reward in heaven. Her sole purpose in life was to constantly read her Bible and follow her masters teaching and very Sel Dom missed attending Church. The form that lived but for others is stilled but the Noble soul hath burst its tenement and with its eve living progressive restlessness is marching through the paths illuminated by gods smile to grasp its fulfilled yearnings and the Joy in heaven is subdued to softest tenderest whisperings to quench the weeping Earth. Memorial services were held in the lutheran Church 011 Friday afternoon at 2 p. M., Rev. E. W. Simon officiating. The remains interred in the Beautiful cemetery at new Philadelphia. Peace to her mortal remains. The relatives and friends have the sympathy the entire City. Is. P. Cor twin City Independent a the undersigned Farmers and land owners have found it necessary for Protection to our Stock and ourselves to publicly notify according to Law All persons that they Are forbidden to enter upon the lands any the undersigned parties for the purpose Hunting shooting and any one found Hunting shooting trespassing the lands said parties will be prosecuted to the full extent the Law is Stemple Valentine Brown Leonard us Odoerfer Sherman Wright Jacob d Reed James 1 Burgey Levi Waltz we Wambaugh Henry Dahmer Silas gooderding we Stiftner w t Brown Geo f Masher Henry a Allick p Avad Din ton f Wallick j d Ballett r Jewell d Aat Sanders c Avra Ilick j Alatise sr., f Stiftner j Dessecker 01 Rosenberry i Collins Wallace Stiftner and Stiffler d a Murray. Called Home. It you find you Are going Down Hill m Point health. Failing strength impaired digestion and assimilation Are the Marks decline. Check these and other indications 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 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 malarial complaints rheumatism bilious Ness and kidney troubles. 40-3gw4 my mis this Rea it exe Vav u the m i to part Bee uni r limit the. R. It u men Jol this township b. L. Smith at the my closed last sat knowing. They h i in a Grove near the owing to the rather a pleas a a Thi Forenoon con a recitations by the j y students also a j a huh some Fine vocal i a a i a temper d j rant Edwards Ai. J u by miss Lelia de to a recitation i Weil delivered and j jell spout ill Prepa Rik was Tsien Dis aah a can not describe i a Gram but 1 t the Iid imagination. The i i 110011 were opened j was followed by an i appointment court Constable. Imp anselment grand jury. Report grand jury. Confirmations Etc. Martha Freshwater v j. B. Mcgone Gal. J. S. Graham v Adam Giggle. S. Williams v ii. C. Williams. Judgment for plaintiff. A. Ley amp co. V t. J. Stocker. Cases continued. C e Miller vol Travis. Ii l a Eatherford v Daniel Manghi win. H m Lynn v Susan e Lynn. J c Art Bros v ii j Bond. Nannie Mcmillen v Anna Grham. Valentine Doershuk v Christ Gerber. Cleveland amp Marietta r r v Cleveland amp Pittsburg r r. J a Thompson v j ii Harding. Jocob Zimmerman v Ellsworth Brick. Harrison Kail v Bentley Berdette. Elmira Horton v g m Horton. William Krupps v Village Dennison. De j Maloy v Village Dennison. Silas merchant v j t Mccullough. John Orr amp sons v j Benson. Sarah Taylor v John n Taylor. Anna m Randal v Frank e Randall. Dismissed. Henry Zimmers v Eliza Zimmers. Myron a Thompson v David Judy. Beriah Ayi Lkins v John it Dawson. Anna Albert v Oliver 1 Albert. Chas e Murray v a ii in Utt. Sarah Senseman v Thomas Hykes. Defendant and plaintiff to plead. Peter Schmidtz v Clamp a Railroad. John Newport v Oliver Rosenberry. John Dorschuck v Peter Goeler. Isaac Bixler v George Walters. John a Himes v Nora j Grenwalt. A James Ayers v Bowner Brothers. Juiia a Dutton v Albert Bates. A Shultz v Mary Reese. It ii Lyon v j h him. Mired Dickey v Jefferson township. Is m Johnson v x d Chandler. G a Wudlick v Elizabeth a inward. Geo a alter v Christ Gerber. A i it Everett v Josiah a Ardell. John l Worth v Henry Prog. Julia Vogt s v j a Rogers. Real estate transfers. Unions and demurrer sustained Amuel Stetler v we Swihart. Lever Brothers v g c he r. Urt v b Bitnias v and compiled in the office the recorder deeds Agnes Thomas to Maggie Reiger lot 17, Dover. §200 Philip Shafer to Agnes Thomas lot 17, Dover. 600 Peter Hoopingarner to John w. Rusk lot 338, Uhrichsville 1,450 Job Gil pins to t. J. Murphy 60 65-100 acres Perry. 1,223 Robert Leech to John Watkins lot 24, Mill. 600 r. C. Roth it Al to Dorcus Roth 19 55-100 acres Rush. 100 Geo. E. Campbell to a. W. Patrick and John w. Yeagley 9 3 10 acres Goshen. 644 Mary and Fanny ii Rinker to Annie Brinker 7 acres y Ork .100 t. J. Evans to Cora Dutton lot 7, Dennison. 1,000 John Bruck to we. J. Lowry lot 75, Dover. 925 Gotfried Kislig to Samuel Bitte Cofer 15 acres Fairfield. 135 Peter Hoopengarner to j. W. Rusk lot 411, Uhrichsville .250 Richard Kowloon to Alice m. Clark lots 437, 438, 439, 440, new Philadelphia. 1,700 Alice and William Clark to a. A. Gibson lot 11, new Philadelphia. 240 a a. Polen to Joshua Polen it lot 2, Dover. 137 Christ. Stetler to Fred. Stetler it lot 87, new Philadelphia .400 David Turkheimer to Eliza Fisher 1 acre Sandy. 425 Lizzie Notter to Philip Hill lot 79, Dover. 1,200 j ii bean to David Smitley 42 acres Goshen. 125 the Rock Iron co to Rudolph aah Inkler 1 54-100 acres Dover. 115 George b Stewart to Sarah Stewart 10 acres Washington 2,000 Phineas Arnold to James and a Groom 4 45-100 acres Dover .550 Jesse i Elliott Jet Al to Hannah Peters part lot 6, new Phila phia. 190 Philip Shafer to Ellen Swinder Man lot 6, Dover. 215 from shia Neville.  11 gave our a a. I v Adam Giggle. Susan e ill Mick. Emu reeks overruled Minn Al c p h v Joshua Glt Sar Ding. Miller. Drunkenness liquor Labit. Or. Or. We. D. Knisely youngest son Oliver Knisely this City died Friday last typhoid fever after an illness three weeks. His death came like Thunderbolt to his friends who fondly hoped that he would recover. The crisis came wholly unexpected. I r. Knisely was Horn december 31st, 186 his death occurred september 19, 1890 he being in his 23d year. He graduated from the la Nion schools in this City in the class �?T87, and entered the Rush medical College at Chicago and Grad 11 ated from that institution in the class �?T90. He at once entered the practice Medicine with his brother Allen at Uhrichsville at which place he contracted the disease that carried him away. I r. Aah ill Knisely was beloved by All who knew him. He was a Bright and Model Young Man. A tis sad indeed to he stricken Down in the Bloom youth and Many hearts Are touched with sorrow. He was under Promise marriage to an estimable Young lady Massillon whose grief is unbounded. As a Token love for the departed his class �?T87 bestowed a Pillow Flowers his Many friends in society Here a Cross and Pillow Flowers his brother Stel Ling an Anchor Flowers his friends at Uhrichsville a Harp composed Flowers and a Basket Cut Flowers. Never was the Floral tributes More profuse and Beautiful than this occasion and never More fitting As they were emblematic the pure life and character the deceased. To the family this is the second cup grief in the last five years the Mother the deceased being Laid to rest in 1886. One Consolation is vouchsafed to the grief stricken friends and that is the sympathy their Many Friend sin the Community and the Hope and knowledge that the brother and son has triumphed Over death and is rejoicing with the redeemed. Rest brother rest. In All the world there 13 but one cure Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea 01 Coffee without the knowledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati Ioyel with my address by supt. Mardis Gnad Nhut ten who d Welt mainly upon tie importance Homo training and the usefulness libraries in Public schools. He made Many Good Points and received Good attention throughout. He was followed with a Short address by supt. Haupert new Philadelphia. He received the undivided attention the audience and dwelt principally upon schools country and town. He seemed to think it was fallacy for parents to go from country to town for the purpose affording a better education for their children. He gave considerable importance to the matter having better teachers in our country schools. This matter he said was too often overlooked by local directors. Both gentlemen gained Many favourable comments front those who heard them. Aate would he pleased to have them visit us again. A Box social at night concluded the exercises. All seemed to enjoy themselves and went away with an increased enthusiasm to do Good work. It was a grand Day for this township and had it been pleasant there would have been a much larger crowd. X. Y. Z. Thos e Beans v Tuscarawas Valley Oal company. Julius yokes v j a Rogers. Frank r Black v Ann Eliza Miller. Jos Giggle v Adam Giggle. J b Mathias v de Davy. Michael Ariedman v de ii Osemond. From Dover. Is consumption incurable. Electric hitters. This remedy is becoming so Well known and so popular As to need no special mention. All who have used electric bitters sing the same song Praise. A purer Medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do All that is claimed. Electric bitters will cure All diseases the liver and kidneys will remove pimples boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Avill drive malaria from the system and prevent As Well As cure All malarial fevers. For cure headache consumption and indigestion try electric bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed Money refunded. Price 50 cents and �1 per bottle at c. Miller amp songs drug store a strange infatuation. Read the following . C. H. Morris Newark ark., says a a avas Down with abscess lungs and friends and physicians pronounced me an incurable consumptive. Began taking . Kings new discovery for consumption am now mjg third bottle and Able to oversee the work my farm. It is the finest Medicine Ever Jesse Middlewart Decatur Ohio says had it not been for . Kings new discovery for consumption 1 would have died lung troubles. Was Given up by doctors. Am now in Best try it. Sample bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drugstore. 1 Wilt Hurst and Zorro Wile Oung bal Ela Tivi lore Here hippy who left Ife Start for Lin and expect to be should they like ill Mitke it their monopoly in the lumber Trade in Tuscarawas county a a busted by Welty Savidge a 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 shame to Perch upon the Cheek. Remember the place fast Ray Street. Welty Savidge amp coned proprietors the Buckeye Mills. 38w4 too la it Lin wanted. Silet Shutz a lad 16, Bolivar is infatuated whith mrs. Belle Snyder a widow 30 with four children. The boys father remonstrated with him. When the lad Drew a revolver and threatened to shoot. The Hoy went to Hoard with the widow Snyder but afterwards returned borne. Ilis parents urged him to give up the singular Medicine known attachment. This worked the mind the Hoy and he took a dose Poison and nearly died. Mrs. Snyder sold her place and moved to Navarre. The boy followed and the Canton authorities have been notified not to Issue a marriage License and arrest Tho Independent. And 100 men to Call any druggist fora free trial package lanes family Medicine the great Root and Herb remedy discovered by . Silas Lane while in the Rocky mountains. For diseases the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and Clearing up the complexion it does wonders. It is the Best Spring Large size package. 50 cents. At All druggists. Loyl everybody wishes for Good weather fair week. Farmers almost through seeding. Mrs. John Emerson is the sick list. Miss Fertig gave her father �50 to put in the Safe and the old gentleman forgot where he Laid it. Not found. Miss Jenny Drake got 011 Street car the other Day to go to new i�?Thila., and dropped her pocketbook which contained �10. Searched the car hut it could not be found. The Brick masons Are through at the Furnace and supt. Drake says they will blow in in about three weeks. Henry Sinnock and Joe Karns Aye at Salem attending the races. Reeves Bros Are moving their sidetracks switches Etc., preparatory to commencing work 011 tee new Mills. Miss Della Deal Avil Mot is learning the millinery Trade with mrs. A. Drake the leading Milliner. Or. And mrs. Kohr Winfield visited the lady a sister mrs. Aah Esley Emerson a wednesday last. Jim King is Back where he belongs in the hotel business. Jim is a Hustler and the Central under his management will take a Long stride toward the front. A quite a number our folks attended the funeral a ill Knisely at new i�?Thila., sunday afternoon. On thursday evening last about two dozen our nicest Young folks gave miss Cora Ashbaugh at the a Hub a a very pleasant Surprise and through the kindness . Johnson the Street car co., they were enabled to take advantage that pleasant Young lady a hospitality until 12 clock. All had an i excellent time and Are Only sorry the it they cannot go very often As Cora expected to change her place residence in the near future. A e notice in the Iron Valley reporter that a Herbert Croxton has grown to be a tall and fashionable Young lady miss Cora Ashbaugh and her s mean her Friend miss Taylor Slanesville were the guests mrs. Avi 11 Martin saturday last. Johnny Lex tried to run the Street car the other evening and got thrower off Tor his pains. Served him right. _ u. C. Forced to leave Home. Over 50 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call at their druggists for a free trial package lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Call any druggist to Day for a free Sample this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Every one likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. 16yl be editor and j. H. Mite town a Call last Friday. J. A. Emma Over the Arriva . Miles an have been vis for Home last i Milton Blini Coin neb., to ii gone several week that country they Home in the near future. Shanesville schools open next monday with the following corps teachers h. A. Richardson principal kit tie Haskins intermediate and Cora Strome primary. A graded course has been adopted to go into effect at the beginning next term. Mrs. La Eter abyss and mrs. Samuel Rufenacht Are visiting Toledo friends. Ben Hartman attended the state fair. Says it was a Success this year. L. C. Zollars served As a grand juror last week at new Phila. Am. Bair formerly a infield this county but at present Iowa called 011 a few his old acquaintances saturday. Several families changed residence last week. 11. A. Richardson moved into the Miller residence West main Street Jerry Burrell into the Exchange hotel Rev. Selzer into the Ley House East main Street and Henry Berger into his former residence 011 Mill St. Chas Ley port a Ashington was in town shaking hands with old friends last thursday. The teachers Sugarcreek twp. Are trying to induce the Board education to adopt a graded school course. Hope they May succeed. Mrs. Jos. Fox is seriously ill. It is feared that a surgical operation will be necessary in order to save her life. The 1st october the remains Rev. Or. Zahner will be removed from Bloomville o., to this place for re in Tennent in the German Reform . Shanesville and Vicinity Wras the scene his most Active life and it is but proper that he should rest Here. Occasional. If you Are a Lover Fox Hunting come to the county fair at Dover a Ted Neslav oct. 1st. There will be three classes one for the Best trailing dog another for the fastest dog and one for 1 hounds under one year old. A Lively the last chances Only five More Fox and a Good pack hounds can encyclopedia Brittania will allow you Knock a brass band silly when it comes to take one copy a month. Only five sets left at Wells drug store. 36w4 to music so some our old Hunting friends Tell us. 37 w3 stray so Dreen. Glass Nav be Cut with a Strong pair scissors if held under water. W the use India rubber for erasing Pencil Marks was first suggested in just prior to jt52 by an academician named Magellan a descendant the great navigator. Will continue our Wall paper Sale for 30 Days longer. Any paper in the House will he sold at actual Cost Only 30 Days More to reduce Stock at Wells drug store. 36 w 4 the latest scheme for marking the Points made in playing cards the cars is to stick a Pencil Between the j j slats the window Blind and the Pencil travels up and Down according to the Luck. Ashen a shoot is plucked from a Tea Plant it hears three four leaves and a Bud. The smallest Hud and Leaf the stalk make the finest teas and the lower leaves the stalk when sifted make the coarser kinds Tea. Chases Barley malt whiskey is free from All Trace Verdigris other impurity. Being Rich and nutritious it builds up the feeble and the consumptive. Sold by a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia 36w4 chinese pheasants were introduced into the vast forests Oregon less than ten years ago and they have increased to such an extant that it is estimated that there Are now at least a million them in the United states. Messes. Aah Elty Savidge a co Are saving Many dollars to builders who Pur the managers the canal Dove Chase them building material. They fair have made an extra Effort to put buy direct from the Mills and Cut off the grounds and track in Good shape j the profits the Middle men Job and by enlarging the premiums and j hers the Benefit which goes to the Premium list to give the people the Best j purchaser. Call and get their prices fair Ever held in the county. The Dis All kinds lumber at the Buckeye play in every line will be excellent. Let planing Mills. If it have a contract everybody bring something. 38w2to let give them a Chance . 38w4

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