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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 26, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times publish cd every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times. The a a times advertising rates. Spack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. T 2 0-.i #3 00 s 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 99 six inches. 3 00 50 12 50 22 50 Lylall column. 5 09 12 50 22 50 40 <0 one column. 1 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 bus Ness notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday september 26, 1889. Number 39. Business directory. Prances Romm attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. Toxin w. Nix in m. P., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. A i a f. Tidrick House painting a key a shoe store new Philadelphia Ohio. March 23.1889. Lamb John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. Now Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas Aud in joining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. Lei . Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday sep Tembek 18s9. Importance the coming election. An Appeal to democrats. Lummel Bloch second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 j h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia., Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and ies will receive prompt and careful alien via n. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Of Wirthe new put Ladelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in if not paid within three mods 1 so remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Cir address All matter intended for publication to the times. Democratic ticket. Jujj amp. Diff j ftcv3 toe it Sale Nurst guaranteed. Salary Cess Ful men. Apply nation this paper to canvass Quot the steady employment g expenses paid to Sec once stating age. .-,---. .v,.,. Vav Hase Itilio Lilb a 1 am Rochester new York. Til decl omit oct t71vtincj the instalment plan by Alt s which you can sell our i j popular books ments savings a cents a week will insure. You Twenty times As Many sales As deliveries without fail. A r to a a particulars. Address a Chi a 1 i lil a i i. Company Cincinnati. Ohio May 16, m a wante the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. J. Murray proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. I rices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. I ii. Amp a. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining it. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc., sent free address r. S a a. P lace Patent att is Washington d. Ieb.2, 8yj Champion planing Mill John nagely prop r. A dealer in a Litas Lami Iii ac., a. C 1heupest a and Best builder in the City before you contract be sure to Call at the Champion planing Mill West front Street new Philadelphia it. John nagely in. August 15, 1889. 33y i found at last a ii the class Nick to Gay restaurant a and a lunch room a at Gosi heist Ohio. Doc. Mckinsey proper Public Salo real estate. For governor James e. Campbell Butler county. For lieutenant governor w. V. Marquis Logan. For supreme court judge 31. I. Collett Washington. For attorney general Jesse 3x. Lewis Champaign. For state treasurer. Xiv. K. Boden Guernsey. Flt r state school commissioner c. Miller Putnam. For supreme court clerk i. J. Schok3iakeit, Seneca for Board Public works Frank Reynolds Hamilton for senator in general assembly�?18th and 19th districts John a. Buchanan Tuscarawas. For representatives in general Assembly David ii. Troendly Eli ii 11enfee. For treasurer Christian c. Forney. For sheriff Peter Goeler. For commissioner Edward 11. West iia fee. For infirmary director Ozias Delong. Democrats Tuscarawas county let us reason together. The approaching november election in Ohio is one National and state importance and every True Democrat should so look upon it and Rise like True patriots High above every personal prejudice local grievance that May tend to endanger our Triumph at the polls. Democrats it is your duty to pause and reflect As to the effect should you permit Eli Benfer to be Defeated at the polls. To this end the Republican opposition in Tuscarawas county Are plotting and scheming and Hope to be aided in their nefarious work by democratic votes. Will you permit them to succeed in pulling the Wool Over your eyes and thus possibly defeating the Good work now being done by your democratic Brethren Over the whole state we Hope and believe not. Remember democrats Tuscarawas county that a United states senator is to be chosen by the next legislature and the loss the Ohio House May lose the necessary vote in the United states Senate matters National concern that May be vital importance to the democratic party the entire Union. Remember too that it is the year for redistricting the state Ohio for congressional representation the weeks doings. Remember the fair. It will be held october 1, 2, 3 and 4. It promises to be the Best Ever held. Peaches Are Selling in this Market at 75 cents. Fine Job printing done at the times office. On Call a the c. L. A w. Railway has discontinued its sunday trains for this year. Or. And mrs. Joseph ditto Cleveland Are visiting their sons in this City for a couple weeks. A for rare bargains in dry goods and notions go to the closing out Sale the new York Cash store. 39w2 Why two prices for shoddy clothing when you can buy reliable clothing w. Sutton a co., at honest prices. For a Good lunch and hot Coffee a game billiards Cali Julius Smith in the Deis Block canal Dover. Everything clean and in Good order. Mis. John Graham gave an elegant the weeks doings. Personal mention. From f Tea party Friday night last in Honor and the loss a i Benfer May give the the platform. 1. The democracy Ohio in convention assembled approve the declaration the principles made by the National democracy demanding reduction Tariff taxes. We will continue the Battle for Tariff Reform until tiie cause the people is triumphant. 2. We regard trusts in whatever form organized As the legitimate result our present Tariff system. And we demand the repeal All Tariff taxes that enable them to extort from the people exorbitant prices for tie articles they control. 3. We again acknowledge the great debt gratitude the nation owes to the heroes the late War and we declare in favor just Liberal and Egu Tabic pension Laws. 4. We denounce the Republican administration flt r its repeated violation its pledges in behalf civil service Reform. 5. We denounce the present state administration As the most partisan demoralizing and extravagant in our history. We invite the careful investigation All our citizens info our financial affairs As shown by the official records. 6. We protest against tie repeated enactment Laws vesting the appointing Power in the governor enabling him to control the local boards our leading cities while depriving them self government. It constructs a vast political machine that is at All times dangerous and in the hands a partisan chief executive has become a positive menace to the interests the state. 7. The nomination tie governor Ohio for a third term in violation All precedent by the notorious and disgraceful use patronage at his command is an outrage against the people and should be rebuked at the polls. 8. We heartily favor Home Rule in Ireland we demand it also for Ohio. While favouring All Laws that securely protect the ballot Box and the honest voter we demand the enactment Laws that enable our cities to choose their own servants and control their own affairs. Control the state to the Republican party anti a redistricting the state wholly m the interest that party a party you Well know that uses Power so in scrupulously and thus losing to the democratic party Ohio two More congressmen at least a sufficient number to suit the schemes scheming Republican managers. If you oppose Eli Benfer you practically oppose the Best interests the democratic party state and nation. Democrats think the vital interests at stake interests in your hands to be defended and protected by you As freemen patriots and True democrats. The defeat Eli Benfer any Ether democratic legislative candidate might possibly be the defeat the democratic party at Large. Can you As democrats afford to assume such a risk surely you can not. It is no use to disguise the fact that Many Are opposed to . Benfer because he has advocated Temperance. Should that defeat the democratic party we Hope there is no Law statute party that provides that a Man May not be a Denion t an a a Temperance Man at the same time. We could name hundreds Good democrats As every other Man can who Are Temperance men. Or. Benfer never voted prohibit bit Ion advocated it Only Temperance that Sall. And Are we not taught by the highest authority to a be temperate in All even those who sell liquors at least Many them oppose intemperance. It looks a to a Man up a tree As though this opposition account Temperance was a dangerous move Tor those who Are Strong advocates personal Liberty As it May possibly tend to draw the line Between the advocates Temperance and those personal Liberty and thus make a j contest within the parties. Besides j should . Garver he elected lie will i vote All legislation affecting the 1 it a where you can get a Good Square meal at any time. Warm cold lunch ice Cream soft drinks wild game and oysters in season. .1 quiet and orderly placeo31 a Beautiful place for fishermen at the River near by for camping parties. Come and enjoy yourselves and get your refreshments at Mckinsey 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 6ho cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. Ohio Wool xxx 31035 32033 x 31032. X and above Why has not the Harrison administration kept up the Price Wool ? Yool is no higher to Day than it was during the Cleveland administration. Does the present Tariff Wool Aid in keeping up the Price ? the heirs the estate Adam Mathias will sell at Public Sale the premises Friday september 27,1s89, 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 11 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 lock port. 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. In a personal letter to . V. Ream . Campbell informs him he will speak at two Points in Tois county when the committee Calls him. We would he much pleased to hear . Campbell. Lion. John ii. Thomas Springfield is spoken As candidate for the u. Senate the democratic Side in the event Success. Lie is a Tariff reformer Friend the wage worker and Farmer. Lie will doubtless be a Strong candidate. Pior interest with his party. Thus nothing would be gained by the defeat Benfer. Also the defeat Benfer would be an irreparable loss to the democratic party As it will deprive it a Good democratic vote in the legislature. The Republican party has sent circulars to All the state and even National officials setting Forth the importance carrying the next Ohio legislature for reasons we have mentioned and begging for Money to put into the Ohio Campaign. We have been told that mom y has been offered democratic Saloon keepers for their influence. Now if this be True it would be a lasting disgrace to have the party sold out simply because . Benfer a views Temperance. The result this fall will determine what the democratic party is made in Tuscarawas county. The Republican part a is making a desperate Effort to hoodwink Saloon keepers by offering them a Man whose views Are a Liberal a and where that will not win they try Boodle. The fight is and the democratic party must stand up Lor their Man. Defeat the democratic party by the loss Benfer a vote and there is no telling the consequences questions local option in the county. In Point ability . Benfer is Well qualified to fill the office. We Appeal to every Democrat to stand by the ticket in this important election. Let your watchword be a the whole ticket and a clean democratic record for old Tus miss Mollie Granberry Philadelphia pa., who has been visiting her brother ii. A. Granberry. The grand jury did a wholesale business in presenting indictments this session. Only one Case that prize fighting at Dennison missed fire. The criminal term will be quite lengthy. Or. And mrs. R. T. Thompson Muscatine Iowa Are the guests . Hugh Mitchell having been called by the death mrs. Lewis Mother mrs. Thompson and mrs. Ii. K. Mitchell. For next four weeks we will make special Price All Fine Wall paper and window blinds to make room for Holli Day goods. If you Are going to paper do it now and save Money. Wells drug store new Philadelphia 30w4 revs . Domor and j. R. Keyes Are attending the session the East Ohio conference at Massillon this the pulpit the m. E. Church will he filled next sunday morning and evening by some member the conference. If you want Choice groceries and provisions at honest prices and want to Deal with a pleasant and honest Man the editor would respectfully recommend the citizens Dover and Vicinity to Call . G. T. Holmes second Street Dover As he ranks among the Foremost. 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 1. Mrs. L. A. Joss will return this week from Pittsburg wit i a Well selected Stock millinery. Miss Walker will also return to take charge the trimming. This mention will be sufficient to attract the attention the ladies. Cheap school hats for children in Felt Twenty five cents. Or. John Minnis Fairfield township whom we spoke last week As being Hurt by a fall from a horse died tuesday at 7 clock M., and will be buried to Day thursday at St. Mathews Church. Lie was aged about 65 years a prosperous Farmer and an the Little child John n. Shank was buried monday. No shoddy goods sold at w. Sutton a cons the old reliable clothiers and hatters. 38w4 new goods at new York Cash store in room formerly occupied by Minnig amp Gooding. 38w4 c. I. Mathews will lecture spiritualism in Eagle Hall sunday sept. 29, at 2 30 The Public Are invited. When in need a suit overcoat hat anything in the furnishing line Call w. Sutton a co. They sell the Best goods for the least Money. 38w4 the Newcomerstown fair was a Success up to the last Day Friday. The rain Friday was a great draw Back and caused a Small attendance. Ladies desiring fall and Winter dresses will save Money by examining my samples. I have everything in the dress goods line. Respectfully 39tf Chis. E. A xxx. The vigorous foreign policy James g. Blaine is visible Only in the manner in which the Blind family treat the helpless wife that graceless scamp James g. Blaine Democrat. When you want Nice fresh bread cakes pies Etc., done to forget to Call . Ii. It Erzig the Clever Baker and restaurant near the Public Square canal Dover Everything clean and tidy at his place. Chases Barley malt whisky is free from All Trace Verdigris other impurity. Being Rich and nutritious it builds up the feeble and consumptive. Sold by a. Bippus a son new Philadelphia. 35 w 4 Seely i Hopkins Ngen 25 years residing at Philipsburg pa., shot and killed his wife and Mother in Law the 22d instant then fired two shots at himself inflicting wounds in his head from which he will recover. Jealousy was the cause the tragedy. We Are already very Busy in our cloak department. You will be surprised at the Large and attractive Stock ladies Plush wraps and jackets we Are offering. We can also show you an elegant line children a cloaks at lowest prices. Remember our garments Are All new and the very latest styles. 39w2 j. Buidry a sox. Or. Desteiger age to the Well known fur House Walter Buhl a co. Of Detroit Michigan will he at j. Burry a songs new Philadelphia monday tuesday and wednesday sept. 30th, october 1 and 2, with an elegant line Seal skin Salques and furs. This will be a rare Opportunity to secure bargains in Seel skins at j. Burry a songs. Mrs. James Meagher Mineral City died wednesday last. A a be was born to them about four weeks ago and mrs. Meagher never recovered from her illness accompanying child birth. Mrs. Meagher was an excellent lady and Mother and leaves three children. Many Are the acquaintances who sympathize with . Meagher in his bereavement. First grand wrap opening sept. 30, and oct. 1st and 2d, monday tuesday and wednesday at j. Burry amp souls new Philadelphia Remember we have the largest Stock ladies Plush wraps and jackets Ever seen in the Tuscarawas Valley which we Are offering at astonishingly Low prices. Also an elegant line ladies and child . Charles Axx has returned from his Western trip. Or. A. R. Llo lines Post office inspector was Home sunday. Or. John ready spent sunday with his parents in this City. Or. Chas. Walton and wife Cleveland visited friends Here saturday. Or. And mrs. James Kaldenbaugh went to Fremont this week for a visit. Mrs. Richard Zielley Massillon was the guest Al. Deardorff a few Days this week. Miss Hattie Carlisle and Theodore Sargent returned to Washington wednesday. Or. And mrs. Harvey Miller and daughter and Kittie Hummel were in Cambridge this week. Charley Snyder who has been travelling with a theatrical troupe was Home sunday. Mrs. Robert Scildon and two children Catskill n. Judge Lahmer. Are the guests miss Lillie and Carrie Senhauser have returned from their visit to Boston and Worcester mass. Mrs. A. T. Lady and daughter mrs. Byron wait it. Vernon went to Pittsburgh monday. Mrs. Moore and son Smith attended clip Reynold wedding reception at deers dle last tuesday. Or. Clark Leesville and miss Annie Amos this City attended the Clark Reynard wedding at do Ersilie thursday last. Or. N. Everett Dayton is visiting his sister grand Mother Hoover and her son Ii. Hoover and family this week. _ judge Taylor win. Burry and Stell Knisely were at Massillon last saturday attending the masonic command Erv. _ . Will Ward Niles arrived in n. In. On wednesday. We understand he is to take charge a department in the Reeves rolling Mill. Mrs. Susan critics a former resident this place but now Cleveland is in new Philadelphia visiting her son Edward critics and will remain several weeks. _ . Parks was called to Belmont co., tuesday account the death win. Parks his father who died monday evening at the residence his daughter. Old . Green for Many years a resident this City but now Cleveland who has been visiting his daughter Here for the past two months returned Home last thursday. Or. And mrs. Jesse d. Elliot returned last monday from Columbus whither they had been to View the a a Hub the Buckey state and enjoy a visit with their son Sincl air who is engaged in the Carriage business in that cite. Upright honest and respected citizen rents cloth wraps. Opening sept. 30th he leaves a wife and one daughter. J and oct. 1st and 2d. J. Burry a son. Mrs. E. Rush who was in attendance at the Becker Kline wedding returned to her Home in Cleveland Ohio last saturday. During her stay she made Manny friends who will be always be pleased to see her. Alling Friom . A Jack Frost has made his appearance. Hal. B. And Harry g. Stonebrook were visiting in Roscoe last Sabbath. Mrs. Rice Dundee is Here visiting her sister mrs. George Mizer. Charley Ripple Newcomerstown visited n. Scheibert a family last sunday. John Mccormick and Jennie Everhart were United in marriage last thursday. Miss Nora Gibson Guernsey county visited her sister mrs. Morris Hawk the latter part last week. Harry Loveless formerly this place but now Muski Ngum county is Here visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Boyd the Vicinity canal Lewisville visited her parents . And mrs. It. Bixler last saturday. Ira b. Mizer Evans Creek attended the show at Hagersville last Friday evening. John Garver and wife Ragersville were guests at go. Pm Kong a residence the latter part last week. Mrs. Henry lower Chili spent a few Days the beginning the week with her son main Street. A number Young foik3 from Evansburg spent sunday with Samuel leeches family North town. George and Charley Mizer with their Lam ilk Evans Creek have gone to spend a week with relatives in Summit county. Pard Barchey who met with the Accident reported in last weeks Issue is improving rapidly and will soon be Able to be about. Al. Jelm Ieie and family Coshocton visited his parents . And mrs. Fred. Helmreich Bucks township last saturday and sunday. The Arion Swiss Bell ringers gave an entertainment at the town Hall last wednesday evening. Everybody present was Well pleased with the performance. Rev. Farrah preached his Farewell Sermon from the m. E. Pulpit last Sabbath. It was an Able discourse. Iii members he re Are sorry to have him leave but age and infirmity compel him to place himself the retired list. The death Angel has again passed Over our Vicinity and two mothers have fallen victims mrs. John Horn and grand Mother Biggie. The demise mrs. Horn which took place wednesday morning last week came not unexpected for she had for Many months been a sufferer from that dreadful disease a consumption. For the last few weeks her life had Hung by a very tender Cord which when severed relieved her her earthly sufferings. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Dodd new Philadelphia Friday. The other death that grand Mother Giggle occurred the same Day. She died at the Home her son Jesse having attained the age four score and four. During her Long and successful life she had always lived a devout woman and in after years when account infirmities she was obliged to give up her daily toils life her Bible was her companion. She died not like one without Hope but with the Assurance that there was a Crown awaiting her in the realms beyond Mother you have gone before us to that Home beyond the sea where again you expect to meet us when by death we Are set free. Bill shorty. Real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds to John Tracy to Nancy Weaver Sandyville �275. Joseph Stoutte so to to Hiram Barrett 5 acres Dover and Franklin �337.50. Delila Warner to j. Stoutt lot 114, Dover �1,700. A. B. Johnson to Martha , part lot 265, Uhrichsville �700. Maurice Moody to t. L. Watters lot 10, Dennison $150. Hiram Eckman to John Everett 24 acres Warwick �184.07. Solomon Everett to John Everett 24 acres Warwick �1,105. A. E. Roth it Al to Sarah Everett 86 7-100 acres Warwick $1,500. Guthrie to Emerson r. Vanos Tran part lot 157 and 15s, Uhrichsville $1,100. Maurice Moody to Edward Greenlees lot 1, Dennison �300. A. B. Johnson to Ellen a. Grimes part lot 264, Uhrichsville $800. John w. Hill to John c. Grace part lot 265, Uhrichsville �700. Or i a.1 a ear scrap pro from lie Ayek dam. We noticed two three weeks ago a correspondence from Beaver dam signed a is. N a in which lie claims to have Given us our a a Medicine a so we will take it and not run to the editor and raise the old Nick about it. We have not got a soft place our head like you but if we had the editor should not know it. We now have a few questions for a a s. will you please Tell us who went to . Henderson and accused him keeping cider for her boys to get drunk ? and w hat lady was it that admitted that her girls did not get Home until 4 clock monday morning All we have to say is those who Are guilty vill have to Wear the shoes. We could Tell How Many drunkards live Beaver dam. People who live in Glass houses must not throw stones at us As our pen never tires and we will give the readers facts. We will not polish things off so nicely As did a is a is. called us a dog Tut the shoe does not lit our ears Are not the right shape and we have never been Able to scent cider in a barn after dark. We know you. Y. 31. A. Lectures. Fro31 sugar Kkt. Fro31 fort Washington. Last monday mrs. And . Erwin Fulton started a trip through the Western states for the purpose viewing the country and visiting relatives. Mrs. I. Horner mrs. D. Barnett and miss Mina Lorner from Miami county Indiana Are visiting friends and relatives at this place. Susan b. Howl Stetler after an extended visit in the West is Home again. Miss Mary Miller has been sick with measles but is again Able to be about. Last Friday Shanesville Lodge no. 97, k. Of p., dedicated their new Hall Mill Street. Owing to the inclement weather the turn out was not so Largo As it would have been had the weather been fair. Regardless the disagreeable weather the lodges from the following places were represented new Philadelphia canal Dover Navarre Apple Creek Philipsburg c Oshock ton and Millersburg. May Lodge from Millersburg was largely represented and brought with them the Millersburg Cornet band. A twelve Pound boy came to e. E. Gordon a. E. E. Being our Constable deputized him to stay and assist him for the next Twenty one years. Relate refer. Remember the old reliable Tuscarawas county fair always exhibits the finest Stock in the state the latest and done to forget the old reliable Tuscarawas county fair that always pays her Best improved machinery and Agricula premiums in full and gives satisfaction Tural implements manufactured and the Farmer that always stays at Home has the finest Floral Hall any county and does not see the improvement in in the state and. Always has the largest Stock vegetables Grain and farm simple crowd. Why because the attractions Are great and the premiums Liberal go and see the Best fair Ever held in Tuscarawas county october 1,2, 3 and 4 ments cannot successfully compete with his 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. Caracas it private Dalzell one the rank est kind republicans scores the Harrison administration for dismissing Tanner from the pension Bureau. He thinks Tanner As comp it. Tent As some the rest the leading officials. No doubt he is about right for it is a very weak and incompetent administration. William Mckinley has been secured by the Republican committee to speak Here saturday. He will doubtless Tell the Miner that if Foraker is elected his a a dinner pail will be tilled a and if Campbell is elected wages will come Down and he will have to go with an empty bucket. He will not Tell you about the reduction in wages All Over the country after Harrison selection and the Many strikes it caused. What has become our democratic executive committee that no arrangements have been made to push the Campaign work ? will the democrats re it having been decided that the election held in Oxford tp., some time ago the local option was illegal another vote was taken last saturday which resulted in a Victory for the the vote stood 111 for the Sale to 69 against. It was believed by every one that the a a Drys would gain the Day consequently the result was a great Surprise. Apathy the part the Temperance people perhaps indifference lost the election for them for we understand they had a Good majority at the previous election. An elderly gentleman the township remarked to us after he Learned the result a Well we will swing open the Gates our cemeteries to receive for burial the a unfortunate victims to Strong drink if we cannot persuade them while living to let the deadly Poison it seems that nothing but a bitter foretaste hell will keep some people out it while there Are others who will enter its dark confines with open and against reason and All personal Index. Or. Milner canal Dover Speaks very highly the Ohio Farmers insurance company As a prompt paying and honest institution. He lost his dwelling his farm by fire the 27th August and the company adjusted the loss without a quibble and the i City Cleveland St this month Only about ten Days from Date fire he had his Money in full for loss and he heartily recommends it As a Safe company to insure in. Married the 18th Day sept., �?T89, at the residence the brides sister mrs. Louis Romig Trenton o., by Rev. Win. Romig . Jacob Becker and miss Minnie c. Kline both the the occasion was a quiet one Only a few friends and relatives witnessing the ceremony. The Young couple Start in life with Bright prospects. Both Are amiable disposition and esteemed by All their acquaintances. We wish them a . E. Barnett manager the j life unalloyed pleasure and Prosper the United states is ahead China except in one things High Protection. China leads in that regard hut if republicans have their Way it wont be so Geo. F. Cline Book publishing co., Denver col., and miss Martha i. Mitchell youngest daughter . Ii. I. Mitchell were married at the residence the brides father in this City tuesday at 1 clock noon. The newly wedded couple left immediately the afternoon train for Denver their future Home. Or. Barnett is a live business Man and Well worthy the hand miss Mitchell. We congratulate him securing so Good a life partner As miss Martha who is an accomplished amiable and highly respected lady. The times wishes the Happy Twain a Bright and prosperous future. A scientific gentleman was visiting a Friend in a Rural town not Long ago and Ity and blessed with a family bouncing boys and girl. Interested people. Messes Jos. Deems Grant simmers and Frank Browning took in the Pittsburg exposition last week. Revs. Williams and Mohn started for Massillon last tuesday to attend m. E. Conference. Miss Mcnary Coshocton is visiting her sister mrs. V. Juhr this place. Chs. Hamilton who has been spending the summer in Illinois will be at Home in a few clays. He will soon take charge the Newport schools. Miss Meyer Uhrichsville is visiting at e. T. Mohns and friends. Miss Mollie Everett will begin her second term school at lock 17, next week. Mollie has been Vicy successful at that place. The game base Ball the 14th, Between the stars and Cross roads was the most exciting the season and resulted in a score 20 to 21, in favor the latter. Or. Smith West Lafayette did some expert playing for the ships while Dennison blues rendered timely assistance for the Cross roads. On thursday the m. E. Parsonage this place was dedicated with an excellent program speeches music and Good tilings to eat. The people this Village owe Rev. Williams much for his untiring Zeal and Enterprise in pushing this Noble work to a finish. The proceeds the evening were about $75.00. Rev. Knight Scio was present. W. Frit. Advertising a Patent Medicine in the Peculiar Way in which the proprietor Kempis Balsam for cough and colds does is indeed wonderful. He authorizes All druggists to give those who Call for it a Sample bottle free that they May try it before purchasing. The Large bottles Are 50c and �1. We certainly would advise a trial. It May save you from consumption. A Safe investment. The triennial font trere. Main Idle in the Camp and let the re j Long and the american working Man publicans come in and take All the offices this fall it is High time the county was beginning to organize we should have a Little speech making done throughout the county and arouse the democracy to a sense their duty. Will have to engage in the rat Industry. A Springfield Democrat. Cadiz is talking constructing a Branch to the Wheeling amp Lake Erie Road at Adena in Jefferson county. Is one which is guaranteed to bring noting the suspicious proximity the i you satisfactory results in Case privy vault to the Well spoke it to failure a return Purchase Price. On his Host. The Friend insisted that there this Safe plan you can buy from our was no danger contamination As the advertised druggist a bottle . Water from the Well was Clear As a Crys j Kings new discovery for consumption Tal. In the evening the visitor procure it is guaranteed to bring Relief in every de a Little Oil Peppermint and poured Case when used for any affection it into the vault. Next morning at i Throat lungs Chest such As con breakfast there were wondering com j sumption inflammation lungs Bron in Entson the Quality the water which. I chitin asthma whooping cough croup was undrinkable. The explanation was j Etc., Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable Given in due time and a remedy applied i to taste perfectly Safe and can always Tiow Many farm and Village Wells Are i be depended upon. Trial bottles free at there in like Case 1 f. Miller amp songs drug store. Low rate excursions to Washington d. C., via the Pennsylvania lines. Tickets to Washington for the triennial conclave the knights Templar will to sold to All applicants from the principal stations the Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburgh at the rate one lowest limited first class fare for the round trip october 4th, 5th and 6th, 1s89, and tickets May be obtained at any station if timely notice is Given the agent. They will be Good returning until october 31, and special arrangements been made to accommodate passengers desiring to visit new for Complete information Call upon address the nearest passenger ticket agent the Pennsylvania line?.�? this triennial conclave will he a memorable sight and there is no better time to visit the East than in the is said that thi3 country has nearly four thousand millionaires. Arthur Davis sunday cd Over at Home. Ii. L. Sperling was in Dennison last week. A. G. Nelson was in Newcomerstown thursday last. Frank Patterson the county seat was in town last saturday. Rev. Ross started tuesday for Massillon where the general conference is to be held. The Feather renovating co. Of near Kimbelton after having been located Here for several weeks pulled up stakes and left tuesday the 17th. Chas. Ley and wife aged parents our merchant a. Ley have decided to spend the fall and Winter in a a port a and have moved in a part the residence mrs. Sperling. Their former Home was in Shanesville. Regardless the cold and Rainy weather last week Many people from our town attended the Newcomerstown fair. A few the a a boys who failed to get wet the grounds availed themselves their last Opportunity while the Way Home by dead heading their Way behind the engine and tender the train. After the train had gotten under Good headway the fireman turned the Hose them. One poor fellow jumped off walked Back to Newcomerstown and remained Over night when half that expense would have taken him Home had he but taken the right course in the first place. They say the travelling fruit tree agent Coshocton was in the crowd. A. Ril fool. Teachers a examination statistic. A i abstract from the annual report the Board examiners Tuscarawas county for the year ending August 31, 1889 no. Of meetings held. A a localities in which meetings were held. A a applications gentlemen. Ladies. 17 364 186 total. No. Of re examinations gentlemen. Ladies. Total. No. Of different applicants ladies. 550672188-97165 total. 262 no. Of certificates granted for 5 years to gentlemen. 11131164 .105 .319 a a 3 years to gentlemen. A a 2 years to gentlemen. A a 2 years to ladies. A a 1 year to gentlemen. A a 1 year to ladies. Total. No. Of rejections gentlemen. Ladies. 154 As already mentioned by this paper the Young menus Christian association has arranged for a course lectures and entertainments which will occur monthly for five months the approaching Winter beginning with october when the course will be opened by col. L. F. Copeland with a snobs and snobbery a the subject which he has Given first place in his varied list. Wherever a lecture course is regularly Given col. Copeland is favourably known and has received the highest encomium the press. He has been placed to open the course by the urgent advice the agent the lecture Bureau whose interest course is one with ours and who to illustrate the colonels popularity stated that at Canton where two thousand season tickets were sold for a course ten lectures at the closing entertainment a ballot was taken for the most popular lecturer and Over some the most noted lecturers the country col. Copeland was chosen As the favorite. Can you afford to miss this lecture and allow your neighbor who has attended to Tell you what a treat you have lost at great expense the committee has secured for one lecture Rev. Joseph Cook the celebrated Boston divine author a utne Boston monday lectures a ac., ac., his subject will he a ultimate farther comment is unnecessary As Rev. Cooke a reputation and renown Are world wide and his subject is patriotic and alone this lecture is Worth the whole Price a season ticket. A love courtship and marriage is the subject the popular humorist Jahu Dewitt Millers lecture. Or. Miller delivered i the closing lecture in the course at us a g Richville last Winter keeping his crowded House in convulsions laughter for two hours making it the crowning feature the season and he has been recalled to open the y. A. Course for them this Winter. A it is Annec Sarv to enter into an extensive analysis detail this remarkable Man who ranks among the first and leading platform orators. Special attention is called to the very Strong array letters in this circular from representative men and women and also from the press. No words language can do him Justice. He must he seen and heard in order to be fully appreciated. If any one engaging . Miller should find that he docs not come up to their expectations representations the management the party aggrieved shall have the right to draw at sight for All damages and it will be duly Honoredslayton lyceum Bureau Chicago Iii. The Only original Frank Beard in his humorous and artistic a Chalk come and see the inimitable artist and caricaturist a Host in himself. Art fun humor anecdote and instruction Are All combined in one evenings entertainment. His cartoons in the judg and puck and his illustrations for harpers Scribner s Century and Many other prominent periodicals have made his name and Genius familiar to thousands. We bespeak for him a crowded House for this is his second appearance at this place and All who saw him before say they want to Sec and hear him again. Buy a season ticket and get for Twenty cents what will Cost you half a Del if you wait. The Boston Ideal Banjo mandolin and guitar club with George l. Lansing and a. I. Rover As its soloists have been secured at a Cost one Hundred dollars which is a reduced Price having secured the whole course one Bureau. This club is unexcelled. No finer musical entertainment has Ever been offered to the lovers music this City. They Are Best described by those who have heard them the entertainment was a big Success in every sense the word. No finer audience has in late years graced any Public event which has taken place in the Academy music. The Boston Ideal Banjo mandolin and guitar club gave some Beautiful selections which were heartily Applaudedglobe. The membership the y. A. Hope and will earnestly Endeavor to make the lecture course an institution this City which can be accomplished Only by your Liberal patronage. The Price season tickets Lias been placed so low�?$.0o�?that a ticket May he Purchase d for each member a family for the heretofore Ordinary Cost a single one. We desire to give everybody the Opportunity to attend and be benefited by this Superior course entertainments. The number season tickets Are limited therefore procure your tickets Early save $1,50 and encourage the Young men. The course will open in the latter part october. Do r. miss the first lecture for it will equal any one the whole course. Season tickets $1.00. Single admission tickets 50 cents. Reserved seats 60 cents. Entertainment committee. Sfrom a letter just received the dates for the several lectures have been fixed As follows Joseph Cook october 21 St. Col. Copeland november 15th. Jahu Dewitt Miller december 20th. Frank Beard january 7th. Boston mandolin club january 28th. Please Bear these dates in mind Cut this out for future reference. Total. 231 j. G. Zaminer clerk Board. News about town. Some 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. Headquarters for drugs paints medicines school books school supplies Etc. Prices always the lowest at Wells drug store new Philadelphia 36\v4 it is the current report about town that Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who Arr troubled with coughs sore Throat asthma bronchitis and consumption. Any druggist will give you a trial bottle free Cost. It is guaranteed to relieve and cure. The Large bottles Are 50c and $1. Just received a Fine line silverware ladies and gents watches at ii. E. Espenschied a the jeweler next door to Mathias a Williams store. 38w2 4 you will save Money by buying your goods at new York Cash store. 38w4 having erected in front our flouring Mill a new and first class set Scales we respectfully invite the Public to share their patronage with us. The location is Handy and we can always he found at the Mill. 3gtf Billett a Miller. 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 just received a Nice line Mouth harps at ii. E. Espenschied a jewelry store West High Street next door to Mathias amp Williams. 39w2 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 the largest and most Complete Stock clothing hats Caps and furnishing goods to let a found anywhere at Bottom prices at w. Sutton a cons. Ii. E. Aspens Cluied the jeweler keeps a Nice line Gold and steel spectacle and Sells them reasonable. 38w2 latest fall and Winter styles menus boys and children a clothing at w. Sutton a cons. Prices always the lowest. 38 w4 workmen Are still finding ladies every Day at Johnstown

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