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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 5, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio County news. East Shanesville. Sunday we were blessed with a very Good Shower of rain which was badly needed in this Section. Our sunday school has decided to attend the Barros Mill picnic August 28. Everybody should turn out and see the fat Many a race potato and sack race Etc., which will take place on saturday August 7th. The Union Hill band will furnish music for the occasion. A Lively time is expected. F. W. Miller bid his Many friends Good Bye on Friday afternoon and started for St. Joseph county Indiana where he is engaged to teach an eight months school. F. A. Is a self made Man and successful teacher. Married on tuesday evening by Esquire Zollars w. Ii. Baker and Emma Limbaugh. May they be crowned with Joy and happiness is our sincere wish. Our Grain buyers Are paying 75 cents for wheat. Farmers Are nearly through harvesting their Oats which is a Good crop. Blackberry Are plenty every Farmer might have them by being a Little careless. A Little Bend says the dog Days Are bad Medicine for him. Jerome Gordon has had his House ornamented by a Nice coat of plaster. The plastering was done by John Wal lick who is a first class Workman. Levi says he Only weigh 245 pounds and expects to win first Money in the fat Many a race. William says he weighs 225 pounds and that Levi will have to scratch gravel at a Lively rate if he wins. George says lie weigh 215 pounds and will a a get there a we. Fenton who had sprained himself badly while running a foot race has entirely recovered from limping since his Best girl from Walnut Creek was Down to see him. The editor of the Coshocton Tochen Hiatt accompanied by his Shanesville correspondent or. Husler were around shaking hands with their Many friends Here. George says peaches Ripen Early this year. Grant Ilo Hstetler has returned from Wooster where he has just taken a course in penmanship. He is an Able Penman and can Sling Ink at a Lively rate. Barack apis. Dennison. Mexico must give up editor cutting or fight. Tiie House foreign affairs committee requests tiie president to renew tiie demand for Iii release and in Case of a continued refusal to sever diplomatic relations with the mexican government Texas still hot for War. De. Times a you will scarcely recognize Dennison Ere Long with the electric Light and the new $12,000 depot we Are to have in the near future. Superintendent Taylor was Here the other Day with the plat of improvements contemplated by the Railroad company. The land co. Are doing their share. They have already Laid out two Parks one of which is completed. It will be in the rear of the new depot. All the unsightly Little buildings will be torn away and replaced by handsome substantial buildings. Dennison is certainly destined to become the Altoona of the West. Or. Thomas Finneran one of Dennison a pioneers has passed away. He was aged g8 years and leaves a wife and son. Last wednesday John Moore while working next to the roof Over the stage in the Alhambra opera House stepped on a piece of Board which broke and precipitated him to the floor breaking his left wrist and injuring his Back quite seriously. Or. Mccurdy was called and removed the Man to his Home. On wednesday of last week Tillie Page an inmate of Madame Bunche a House of ill shape disappointed in a love affair attempted suicide by swallowing an ounce of arsenic in a Glass of Beer. Another girl who was present tried to take the Poison from her but did not succeed she then gave the alarm and by the time the doctor arrived Tillie was unconscious and in convulsions. The doctor administered an emetic and antidote and the frail Tillie is reserved As the subject for a future sensation. Last Friday morning William Norman an employee in the Railroad Yard Here while attempting to make a coupling was caught Between the cars and Only lived about an hour after being taken out. He had hold of the link and was walking backward and did not notice the cars behind when the bumpers came together and forced the link entirely through his body. He leaves a wife and six children. His remains were taken to Jefferson county for burial. On last wednesday miss Allie rum Baugh while assisting her Mother to lift a boiler of water from the stove up set the boiler the scalding water running Over her feet burning her severely. She is getting along nicely and will be All right in a few Days. On thursday last father Campbell arrived Home from san Francisco where he has been for the past three months. In the evening his congregation accompanied by the Dennison band and German Macachor society gave him quite an ovation. Addresses were made by Rev. Mattingly e. Lingan and others. On sunday evening the holy name society presented father Mattingly who has been officiating Here during father Campbells absence with a Beautiful Gold headed Cane. Or. Hugh Mcaleer made the presentation speech to which the reverend gentleman very feelingly replied. Sunday then the railway picnic. Engineer John Ward has a Young son. August 4th,�?T80. Dennis. The Community about new Birmingham is shocked at a tragedy which of j curved about three Miles East of there i on last wednesday afternoon on the farm of Jonathan Redd. From the j meager intelligence we have received i seems that a ice Tidrick a Young married Man of that Vicinity got into a quarrel with Redd about a Days work. They were in the Hayfield and Redd who was sitting on a Hay Rake got off j and started toward Tidrick who told him if he came near he would hit him raising a gun which he had in his hand. Redd did not Stop and Tidrick gave him a fearful blow on the Side of the head crushing the Skull. Or. Wall was sent for wednesday evening but had not arrived at six of clock thursday morning when the Young Man was thought to be Judex. Washington d. C., August 3.�?the House committee on foreign affairs at a called meeting to Day took up and considered the resolutions introduced by representatives Belmont Crain and Lanham in relation to the cutting Case and also the correspondence on that subject furnished by the Secretary of state. Representative Lanham appeared in person before the committee in support of his Resolution and finally the following preamble and resolutions drawn up by representative Crain was adopted whereas a. K. Cutting an american citizen is wrongfully deprived of his Liberty by mexican officials at paso Del Norte in the Republic of Mexico and whereas the mexican government refuses to release said cutting upon the demand of the president of the United states and whereas the government of Mexico alleges As a reason for its refusal to comply with such demand that said cutting is guilty of violating a mexican Law upon american soil and whereas the House of representatives while appreciating the disposition shown by the government of Mexico to carry out International obligations can never assent to the doctrine that citizens of the United states May be prosecuted in a foreign country for acts done wholly upon american soil therefore be it resolved first that the House of representatives approves of the action of the president of the a tinted states in demanding the release of said a. K. Cutting. Resolved second that the president of the United states be and is hereby requested to renew the demand for the release of said a. K. Cutting. The resolutions were unanimously adopted and will be Laid before the House by chairman Belmont to Day and immediate action requested. A member of the foreign affairs committee holding close relations with the administration stated to night that the adoption of the cutting resolutions should they pass the House to Morrow would imply much More than seemed to be generally supposed. In the first place he said Mexico has been asked to release this Man cutting. Mexico has refused and has Given reasons. These resolutions declare those reasons insufficient and request the president to renew the demand. Should this renewed demand be refused our minister will be at once withdrawn and then in All probability an extra session of Congress would have to be called. Or. Belmont the chairman of the House committee on foreign affairs is working most earnestly for the release of or. Cutting. Texas still hot for War. Austin Texas aug. 3. Governor Ireland notwithstanding he has no information from the Border has directed the adjutant general to order Captain Jones company of rangers now in Uvalde county to proceed at once to Eagle pass. The governor continues to receive applications both by wire and mail to raise troops. General Henry e. Mcculloch an old Indian fighter and general in the Confederate army Lias offered his services. Colonel Smith of Clebourne offers a brigade of ten regiments. Nogales a. T., aug. 3.�?Over one Hundred guns of the Remington pattern went through by express monday consigned to governor Torres of Sonora. There is much comment Here Over International affairs and the feeling is bitter Between american and mexican citizens. A Good Many mexicans Are coming to the american Side of the line. They take occasion to express violent opinions but the citizens Are trying to keep Down All feeling. The greasers think they can make Short work of the United states. Elpaso tex., aug. 3. The mexican government a few Days ago said cutting would receive his sentence last saturday but the Promise has not been kept. It is now said that wednesday the sentence will be pronounced. The mexican people have become very insolent toward All americans. Weil informed mexicans say that the feeling is that if Texas was left out Mexico could whip tie remainder of the United states very easily. A meeting of citizens of Elpaso was held monday night the Call for which was signed by the Best citizens of the place. The Call reads a a grand mass meeting will be held to night at 7 30, in front of the grand Central hotel to endorse the action of governor Ireland in demanding military Protection for the Texas Frontier and Protection against mexican outrages on american citizens. Americans must not be shot Down in cold blood by mexican rumoured resignation of minister Jackson. Dallas tex., aug. 3. News was received Here monday purporting to confirm the rumours at the City of Mexico of minister Jackson a resignation his reason being his humiliation at the position he is placed in on account of Mexico a disregard of Secretary Bayard a demand for satisfaction in the cutting Case. Who tiie fuss is about. The imprisonment of or. A. K. Cutting is creating no Little excitement on the mexican Border. Or. Cutting is a Man about 40 years of age publisher of a Spanish newspaper called the ii Cen Tizuela at the Small town of paso Del Norte where he is confined in jail awaiting his trial. The immediate cause of his arrest and imprisonment is the publication of certain defamatory remarks on a rival publisher Imi Glis Medina in his own paper and also in the sunday Herald of ii paso substantiating his remarks with the addition of fraud and slander. Cutting was arrested by the mexican authorities at the motion of Medina. He was not even allowed to furnish bail. American citizens have often been subject to the indignities of mexican authority and in the event of War the feelings of both governments will be agitated by the wrongs that have occasionally been perpetrated on both sides of the Border. Judge Castenado before whom cutting is to be tried is probably sustained by mexican Law which enables him to pass sentence on offences not committed within mexican jurisdiction. Soldiers Are gathering in Elpaso. Mexico believes that she can easily defeat the United states. She firmly believes that in Case of avar the Southern states would come to her assistance to regain what they lost during the civil War and she also believes England would Render her valuable assistance in blockading the Atlantic and Gulf ports. The United states government thinks the affair will be amicably settled. Judge Castenado has formed a dislike to cutting owing to his cuttings treating him with marked disrespect. Mexican lawyers think that cutting can be sentenced to no heavier punishment than two years imprisonment for deliberate and flagrant contempt of court. Should he be sent to a mexican prison the much angered texans May make assault on Mexico and thus give the threatened avar a sudden impetus. Gladstone goes out. It avas a pleasant Day for Queen Victoria at Osborne much pleasanter than it avas nearly six months ago Ashen the Marquis of Salisbury Avent to Osborne to relinquish the seals of office and or. Gladstone Follo aved him to accept them from her a milling hands. A messenger from or. Gladstone informed the Queen her pet aversion knew Ashen he was beaten and that he and his associates proposed stepping Down and out. That no doubt gave her majesty a better appetite for dinner and it was Avith an eager pen she dispatched a message for her favorite Salisbury to come and see her. But there May not be so much fun for the Queen before the play is Over. Salisbury will have his innings now but the chances of his staying in Are very slim unless he makes another Appeal to the people in the expectation of getting a parliament that will give him a working majority. That will be the time Ashen the Royal merriment is Likely to be checked. If Gladstone takes the Field in that Campaign he will Lead the a common people against the a privileged classes with More direct purpose than in the fight out of which he has come stronger than Ever in his hold on the hearts of the a common people although Defeated at the polls. Had Gladstone Twenty years of vigorous Active life before him he would in that time break for ewer the Rule of the privileged classes that has existed in England for centuries reduce Royalty to a Mere Shadow or to nothingness and make England a Republic in fact if not in name. In six months he has done More in this direction than had been done before in any one generation. One of the greatest and broadest minded of English statesmen gives place for the time to one of the smallest and narrowest minded but the world moves convard in spite of occasional seeming halts and . A general revision desirable. The Constitution of the United states needs Many amendments. It avas framed for 3,000,000 of people thinly stretched along the Atlantic coast before steam or electricity had been employed for human uses before the invention of the Cotton Gin the spinning Jenny and All our marvelous modern machinery for multiplying and cheapening manufactured goods nor Avert great corporations kno Avn when our Constitution was framed. We now Are a people of 00,000,000, whose interests Are of a vastly different kind from Arhat they Avert one Hundred years ago and the Constitution Avrich avas so admirably adapted to the wants of our forefathers has become Avorn out and in Many respects inapplicable to the necessities of the present generation. The electoral College provisions has become an anachronism. There is danger of civil strife whenever ave elect a president because of the doubt As to the Means of determining the result. There Are literally scores of provisions in the Constitution Avrich need revision and amendment. Why not then have a constitutional convention to commence its sittings in the Hundredth anniversary of the meeting of the convention a High framed the present Constitution of the United states a Demor svs Magazine. Have mercy on them. There is a class of people in this country Avaio get up at five of clock in the morning and Avaio never get Hack to bed until 10 or 11 of cock at night who Kavork without ceasing the a Hole of that time and receive no other emolument than food and the plainest clothing they understand something of every Branch of Economy and labor from finance to cooking though harassed by a Hundred responsibilities though driven and worried though reproached and looked Down upon they never revolt and they cannot organize for their own Protection not even sickness releases them from their posts. No sacrifice is deemed too great for them to make and no incompetency in any Branch of their Kavork is excused. No essays or books or poems Are Avritte in tribute to their steadfastness. They die in the harness and Are supplanted As quickly As May be. These Are the housekeeping wives of the Labouring news. There is a proverb which says there Are More false facts than false theories in the Avold. Indeed false theories Spring from mistakes As to facts or a Ayrong interpretation of them. An instance of this is the Case of wheat found in the coffins of egyptian mummies. It has been stated Over and Over again that such a heat retained its vitality for Over four thousand years and had sprouted As fresh and Green As the seeds of last years planting. Minister s. S. Cox Avaio represents this country at constantinople had this matter thoroughly tested. He sent a package of a heat found in the Graves of mummies to responsible agriculturists in this country Avaio planted it under the most favourable conditions but it Avold not germinate. Indeed it avas found on cutting the seed that it had turned to dust. A Farmer in Tippecanoe has a precocious Little coat 1 year old that although not a Mother gives a quart of milk morning and evening. It is not larger than a Good sized dog and so Strong is its maternal affection that it has adopted a daughter much its Superior in size Avrich it buckles and looks after very carefully. Prohibition in Mississippi. Efforts of the anti liquor element to prevent negroes from voting. New Orleans la., july 30. The most extraordinary move yet made in the local option Campaign now going on in Mississippi is that submitted by the prohibitionists of Loundes co. The negro has been the disturbing element in the Mississippi liquor elections. In most of the counties there has been a White majority for prohibition Avrich has been swamped by the negro vote. eliminate this disturbing element the prohibitionists of Loundes demand that there should be a democratic primary election under the auspices of the democratic executive committee on the question of prohibition at which no negro should be allowed to vote. The result of this primary is to decide the question of License or no License. For several Days the democrats of Loundes have been a Rangling Over this question and a majority of them seemed to favor the idea of keeping it entirely within the democratic lines. The Antis or Avet Side hoax Ever have refused to abide by this plan which amounts to the practical disfranchisement of the negro. The question is not yet finally decided. A Croad of loafers in fall River mass., attempted to amuse themselves one Day recently by the roaming apples at the nests of some English sparrows. The Trees Avert filled Avith hundreds of Birds a High stood the fun until it became monotonous and then organized and made a dash upon their tormentors. They flew straight for the face and it began to look serious for the offenders. Some of the latter ran to a Safe distance and looked on but the More adventurous ravaged the Battle. Two of the boys Avert pecked at until their faces and hands Avert covered with blood and they Avert obliged to defend themselves with clubs in order to save their eyes. They tired before the sparrows however and at last Avert obliged to beat a Hasty Retreat. The prohibitionists of Georgia Are getting More water than they Avant. It has been raining at Savannah Ever since the 25th of july. Market reports times office August 5, 1886. Flour Patent bbl. $ 5 10 a a a a sack. 1 35 a a Best family bbl $ 4 45 a a Amber sack. 1 20 a a a a Neav proc. 1 50 wheat Bushel. 75 corny new to Bushel. 40 Oats Neav Bushel. 2s@30 Rye Bushel. 66 butter�?4 Pound. 6@10 eggs�?4 dozen. 10 Bucka heat flour�?4 Pound. 03 hams Pound. 10 shoulders u Pound. 06 sides Pound. 07 lard Pound. 07 Tal Loave Pound. 05 beef�?4 Pound. 07015 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 White lime�?4 barrel. 1 00 Akron cement�?4 barrel .1 35 calcined plaster 4 barrel. 2 25 land plaster to ton. 0 00 a a a a �?14 barrel .1 50 potatoes�?14 Bushel new 40@50 dried apples�?14 Bushel .50 a a a a a 4 Pound .02 rags�?14 Pound. 01 onions�?14 Bushel. 50 hay�?14 ton ,.5@ 6 00 Clover seed�?14 Bushel .6 25 Timothy seed�?14 Bushel .2 25 Wool. 35 fertilizers�?14 ton. 35 00 administrators Sale of real estate. In pursuance of a order of tiie 1 probate court of Tuscarawas county Ohio. I will offer for Sale at Public auction upon the premises Between one of clock p. In. And four of clock p. In. On saturday the 21s� Day of August 1886, the following described real estate situate in the township of Lavayne county of Tuscarawas and state of Ohio to wit part of lot no. Twenty one 21. In the 1st Quarter of the 10th township and the4th Range of the Connecticut ave Stern Reserve school lands beginning at the North West Corner of said lot thence South % degree West 12 chains to a Post thence North 88% degrees East 4 chains and 60 links to a Stone thence North 39% degrees East .3 chains and 21 links to a Post thence South 80% degrees West three chains and 77 links to a Post on the Bank of the sugar Creek thence South 42% degrees East 4 chains to a Post thence South 54% degrees East 67 links to a Post at Low water Mark thence North 68 degrees East 13 links to a Post thence North % degree cast 9 chains and 16 links to a Stone on the North line of said lot thence North 88% degrees West 17 chains and 88 links to the place of beginning containing fourteen and ninety hundredths acres saving and excepting therefrom about 2% acres heretofore deeded by Lorenzo Wardell and wife to Geo. W. Wardell and w Ife. Also one half acre More or less heretofore deeded by Amelia Parkey to said George a. Wardell and wife. Also one Road one Rod wide heretofore conveyed to Amos Johnson being the Road leading from the Dundee and Wilm Troad to the line of the above described land being eleven and one half 11% acres to be so sold and being the Only land of which said Johas Wardell died seized. Appraised at $675.00. Terms of Sale one half Cash Down on Day of Sale and one half in six months from Day of Sale with interest the Back payment to be secured by mortgage on premises. John 11. Refer Adnis a of Jonas Wardell deceased. July 22d, a. 1. 1886. 30w4 executors Sale of real estate. In pursuance of the order of the 1 probate court of Tuscarawas county Ohio i will offer for Sale at Public auction on saturday the 2lsf Day of August 1ss6, at 10 of clock in the Forenoon upon the premises the following described real estate in the township of York county of Tuscarawas and state of Ohio to wit lot number ten 10 in Quarter township one township seven 7 and Range three 3containing ninety six and three fourths acres More or less. Also lot number Twenty three 23quarter township one township seven 7 and Range three containing ninety nine and three fourths acres More or less. The same will be sold free of the Dower of Magdalena Llan Penkrat widow of Christian line Penkrat. First tract appraised at.$6,228 75 second tract appraised at. 5,985 00 terms of third in hand one third in one year and one third in two years from the Day of Sale with interest. The deferred payments to be secured by mortgage upon the premises sold. Jacob Weller executor of the will of Christian Llan Penkrat. By p. S. Olmstead his attorney. July 17, 1886. _ 30w4 excitement in i exas. The Capitol. Great excitement has been caused in the Vicinity of Paris Texas by the remarkable recovery of . E. Corley who was so helpless he could not turn in bed or raise his head everybody said he was dying of consumption. Atrial bottle of or. Kings new discovery was sent him. Finding Relief he bought a Large bottle and a Box of King s new life pills by the time he had taken two boxes of pills and two bottles of the discovery he was Well and had gained in flesh thirty two pounds. Trial bottles of this great discovery for consumption free at All drug stores. Cyl very remarkable discovery. Or. George v. Willing of Manchester mich., writes a a my wife has been almost helpless for the past five years so helpless that she could not turn Over in bed alone. She used two bottles of electric is so much improved that she is Able now to do her own electric bitters will do All that is claimed for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest their great curative Powers. Only fifty cents a bottle at All drug stores. 6yl Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. Miller amp son. Cyl j. R. Arn proprietor. Without doubt the finest Saloon in Tuscarawas county. Fancy hot and cold drinks. Imported and native wines and liquors. The Best brands of cigars always on hand. Billiard and Pool Hall on second floor. Tables of the latest finish. Checks Given to the bar. No. Ii City Block new Philadelphia Ohio. Beaver dam Valley Brick Yard. New Philadelphia John off Holder prop. First class Brick manufactured from the Best Quality of Clay on hand and for Sale at All times and at a moderate Price. Roofing tile also on hand and warranted to be As represented. Satisfaction guaranteed As to Quality and Price. Give us a Call. 32. Top at ceo. Crab a a restaurant amp Saloon no. 15, Broadaway opposite court House new Philadelphia Josf Styhe celebrated new Philadelphia Beer on draught. Fine brands of pure liquors and wines. A Good cold lunch always on hand. The place is first class in All its appointments. 21-tf Charley Engels restaurant amp Saloon will he found constantly on hand the finest brands of liquors wines and cigars fresh Cool lager and cold lunch of every description. Free soup every Day consisting of Turtle vegetable of Tail Etc. Served from eight to eleven in the morning. $1 the remember the place Broadway opposite Iierman House. Come everybody 27 executors notice. Estate of George p. Mizer deceased. Motte is hereby Given that the undersigned 1 a a has been legally appointed and qualified As executor of the last will and testament of Geo. P. Mizer late of Bucks township Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased. All persons interested will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. William a. Mizer 3lw3 executor. New Liila Delphiia times. Oil i St one Dollar per year. As Large As any other paper in the county. Contains thirty six columns of matter. For working people. Send 10cents postage and we will mail you free a Royal valuable Sample Box of goods that will put you in a Way to make More Money in a few Days than you Ever thought possible at any business. Capital not required. You can live at Home and work in spare time Only or All the time. All of both sexes of ail Ages grandly successful 50 cents to $5 easily earned every evening. That All who want work May test the business we make this unparalleled of-1 or to All who Are not Well satisfied we will Send $1 to pay for the trouble of writing us. Full particulars directions Etc., sent free. Ini mouse pay absolutely sure for All who Start j at once. Done to delay. Address Stinson is co., Portland. Maine. 21yl in presents Given away. Send us 5 cents postage and by mail you will get free a pack i a jul a of goods of Large value that will Start you in work that will at once bring you in Money faster than anything else in America. All about the $2uo, in presents j with each Box. Agents wanted everywhere of either sex of All Ages for All the time or spare time Only to work for us at their own Homes j fortunes for All workers absolutely assured. Done to delay. Ii. Help kit co. Portland Maine. Win 21yl More Money than at anything else by taking an Agency for the Best Selling Book out. Beginners succed grandly. None fail. Terms free. Book co., Portland Maine Mir to Send six cents for postage i i am rect the free a costly Box of m l goods which will help you to ii More Money right away than anything else in this world. All of either sex succeed from first hour. The Broad Road to Fortune opens before the workers absolutely sure t a once address tar a co., Augusta me. 211y Kyj v. Ream jr., attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Office a Corner Public Square in Judy building new Philadelphia Ohio. Iy3 Julius c. Dittmar a shaving parlor and Bath rooms next door to news depot. Hair cutting a specially. All work done with neatness and dispatch. 1000000xbottles sold and Nevery Puls to cure coughs.c0lds.1 a Vrr mfr Mur blood searcher always apes pimples, Quot a it v ail k.0c a Ca la sold by All up a a a 5 i to 5 co. Of icy pit . $1. Re opened. The English amp Dixon works. Ebright amp Troup Are now prepared to furnish repairs for All the machines manufactured by English amp Dixon. They also repair machinery of every description engines boilers threshing machines amp a. Jobbing work of All kinds done on Short notice and at very moderate rates. Ign remember the place English amp Dixon sold foundry and machine shops opposite the c. L. Amp w. Depot new Philadelphia Ohio. Real estate travellers guide. Of new Philadelphia Properly of All kinds for Sale or Exchange All properties advertised free of charge. Commission charged Only when Sale or Exchange is made and at reasonable rates. All inquiries by mail promptly answered. A partial list of properties now in our hands fore Sale or Exchange will be found below. Cail at the times office Over citizens National Bank. No. 1 tract of land. I now offer a bargain in land that will pay any one desiring to Purchase or Trade to investigate. The tract contains 200 acres All in Timber situated in Vinton county Ohio Twenty Miles from Chillicothe Ross county and ten Miles from Londonderry station. A new proposed line of Railroad will pass within five Miles of said land which is within two and a half Miles of Eagle Mills Post office where there is a Church and a school. The land is of average Quality and Well timbered consisting of White Oak Hickory and Chestnut Oak. The Timber and Tan bark alone if properly handled will pay for the same. The land is not broken and Hilly As some lands Are but can lie divided into Nice Fields of from 15 to 25 acres and will make a desirable farm. Good title guaranteed. Will sell said land on easy terms and at a bargain or will Exchange for a general Stock of merchandise Good livery Stock or a Small farm near Railroad. Parties desiring to Trade not having Stock enough to meet our Price can have easy payments on the difference. The owner is not Able to Clear up and look after this land and will give some one a bargain. Any one desiring to Purchase or Trade will Call on or address the proprietor of the times new Philadelphia Ohio who will furnish you with information concerning the same. Of no. 2. Dwelling House. A Fine two Story Frame House containing seven Large rooms conveniently arranged finished in Good style and papered throughout. Bay Extension in front of the House affording a Fine View of the Street also a portico in front Good chimneys built from the ground up grates in four rooms and stove hues for three rooms Good cellar closets and Large Cistern Wood and Coal House and other out buildings. Splendid variety of fruit Trees just beginning to Bear such As pears plums peaches and apples 5,500 bearing strawberries of excellent Quality 500 bearing raspberries. Also plenty of currents gooseberries and grapes. Two lots one 66x264, and the other 54x264�?lioth fronting on the Street. This property is situated on a Good Street in new Philadelphia Ohio. The proceeds of the berries alone will pay a Good per cent on the investment. Price very reasonable and easy payments. Call at the tiffs office. Of no. 3. Cottage Home. A severe attack of a Western fever Lias induced another one of our Good citizens to place his Beautiful cottage Home on our real estate list to be off ered at a sacrifice. There is absolutely a bargain in this offer. A new Story Ami a half Frame dwelling with a one Story addition containing in All 5 rooms Well finished. Height of Story 10 it. A Good Cistern and necessary out buildings on the premises also fruit such As grapes plums and gooseberries. Lot 33x120 ft., on a Good Street. Call at the times office soon if you want a Good bargain of no. 4. Dwelling House. If you want to buy a Good Home in the Beautiful town of new Philadelphia done to forget to Call on the proprietor of the times and he will show you a property at a bargain. It is Well located on a Good Street and in an excellent neigh Iio Rhood and convenient to Public share. The lot is 55x264 feet. A Good new two Story Frame House with five rooms Well finished Good cellar and All necessary out buildings including a Good barn Large Cistern and Well of excellent water and a Bountiful Supply of grapes on the premises. It will pay you to investigate this offer. No. 5. Business room. For Sale or Good 2-Story, with basement Frame business House in Good condition with counters and shelving Well located in a town of three or four Hundred population on the c. L. It so w. Ii. R. Good business Point. Building and lot 22x60. Will sell on reasonable terms or will Trade for a Stock of goods. Chance for a bargain. For information Call at the times office. No. 6. Farm fifty acres. A desirable Little farm 21 Miles from new Philadelphia Ohio. The land lies rolling and can All be cultivated. Soil is Good. Four acres of Timber Twenty acres of Good Coal underlying the Hilly part. Bank opened and in Good working order. Good Story Frame House Bank barn and other out buildings such As Wagon shed Corn crib granary Etc. Well of splendid water near the door also an excellent Spring of soft water near the House. Good Market for Coal in new Philadelphia and Good Road to haul Over. Price reasonable with a payment Down and easy terms on remainder. No. 7. Business Block. Three Story Brick business House with basement. Every Story occupied pays 10 per cent on investment building first class suitable for any kind of merchandising. Lot 102x23, situated near Public Square new Philadelphia Ohio. Price reasonable and easy payments at 6 per cent interest. No. 8. Dwelling House. Line acre of land and Good two Story building containing rooms suitable for tio arding House Saloon or grocery situated on a Good Road in a mining District near new Philadelphia Ohio. Cheap at the Price asked. No. 9. Dwelling House. A two Story Frame House containing four rooms and Kitchen situated on South Walnut Street in new Philadelphia Ohio. House nearly new and in Good repair. Lot 44x180. Price $800. Terms to suit purchaser. Also five lots on same Street can he bought Worth Coa Money. Price from $175 to $250 Aiyah no. 10. House and 2i , $1,200. Two Story Frame House with one Story Kitchen attached. Stable and other out houses and Cistern. Good fruit of All kinds on the premises and ready to Bear. There is also a Good Spring on the rear end of this lot. House contains five rooms grates in two rooms and Stone flues in the others. A desirable location and about three quarters of a mile from Public Square. Terms one half Down and remainder in three annual payments. Cheap at the Price. The land alone is Worth $800. No. 11. A cheap lot for Sale. 50x132 feet situated on South end of West Street East Side on an Alley in new Philadelphia. A Good location. Price $200. Terms easy. Cleveland and Marietta railway. New through line Between the Ohio River and the great lakes. The popular line to Chicago St. Paul Milwaukee. Minneapolis and All Points in the great Northwest. Direct connection for the Pennsylvania Oil Fields and All Points East and Southeast. December 6,1885 going North. Stations. Sex. No. 2. Sex. No. A. Marietta. 6 20 a. M. 2 30 pm Caywood. 6 38 s 2 51 s Stanley. 6 43 s 2 .56 s Whipple. 6 57 s 3 10 s a Arner. 7 062 38. Elba. 7 173 38. Macksburg. 7 25 3 42 Dexter City. 7 323 .50. Caldwell. 7 534 11. Belle Valley. 8 034 21. Point pleasant a 284byesville. 8 38camb Ritre. 8 505 10. Kimbolton. 9 175 46. . 9 476 20. Phillipsburg. 10 07 8 6 32 s Black band. 10 12 s 6 36 s canal Dover. 10 286 55. Valley Junction. 10 517 20 Canton. 11 39 a. M. 7 58 am Akron. 12 33 p. M. 8 54. Cleveland. 1 50 r. M. 10 15 Buffalo. 8 00 p. X. 6 20 Orrville. 1 10 p. M. 10 05 Creston. 1 5510 45. Wellington. 2 4011 28. Norwalk. 3 2712 10 a x Monroeville. 3 4412 25. Toledo. 5 55columbus. 12 35 11 95 Chicago. 5 40 8 55 Pittsburgh. 3 30 6 00 new York. 7 00 5 55 going South. Stations. Sex. No. 3. Sex. No. 1. Toledo. 7 50 5 of Monroeville. 10 007 02. Norwalk. 10 13. 7 12. Wellington. 11 008 10. Creston. 11 50iv5 20. Orrville. 12 206 00. Cleveland. Leave 8 35 5 40 Akron. 10 00 7 00 Canton. 10 58valley Junction. Ill 488 35. Valley j unction. Leave 2 12 7 35 canal Dover. 2 388 00. Black band. 2 57 s 8 18 s Phillipsburg. No. 17. 3 02 s 8 23. Newcomer St Saccom. 3 278 47. Kimbolton. 4 009 17. Cambridge. 6 30 am 4 309 45. Byesville. 6 554 5510 02. I t. Pleasant. 7 15. 5 0510 19. Belle Valley. 8 035 30 s 10 54. Caldwell. 8 17. 5 4011 04. Dexter City. 8 476 0211 30. Macksburg. 9 006 1011 38. Elba. 9 116 1711 46. Warner. 9 306 2911 58. Whipple. 9 426 39 h 12 08 s Stanley. 10 026 5212 23. Claywood. 10 19. 6 5712 29. Marietta. 10 35 7 20 12 50 s Stop on signal Only. Connections made with All lines at Junction Vuu no Vivnia Iii mud nun a ii urn at univ i Uili Points for All important cities East or West. W. A. Mccloy acting Gene a passenger age to Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad. In effect May 30, 1880. New Standard time. Trains going South. Stations. No. 1. Acom modal a. No. 3. Acom modal a. No. 5. No. 17 and no. Cleveland. 7 00 a. M. 4 00p.m. 3 00 am Black River 6 55 a a 3 45 a a 4 00 Quot Elyria. Grafton. 7 15 a a 4 0.5 a a 4 30 a a 7 40 a a 4 30 a a 5 30 a a Medina. 8 39 a a 5 38 a a 7 00 a a chips Walak 8 48 a a 5 47 a a 7 15 a a Sterling. 9 15 a a 6 15 a a 8 1.5 a a w Arwick. 9 40 a a 6 36 a a 9 40 a a Fulton. 9 48 a a 6 43 a a 10 00 a a Massillon. 10 07 a a 7 05 a a 5 50a.m. 11 00 a a Navarre. 10 21 a a 7 20 a a 6 05 a a 11 50 a a Beach City. 10 34 a a 7 38 a a 6 20 a a 12 10pm Strasburg. 10 45 a a 7 49 6 32 a a 12 35 a a Dover. 10 56 a 8 01 a a 6 44 a a 1 00 a a new philae. 11 05 a a 8 10 a a 6 53 a a 1 30 a a Goshen. 8 15 a a 6 59 a a 1 45 a a Tuscarawas Uhrichsville. 11 15 a 11 23 a a 8 20 a a 8 30 a a 7 05 a a 2 08 a a 11 47 a. M. 7 15 a a 2 45 a a Newport. 11 55 a a 7 25 a a 3 00 a Stillwater. 12 05 . 7 35 a a 3 30 a a Tippecanoe 12 15 a a 7 45 a a 3 55 a a Freeport. 12 30 a a 8 02 a a 4 30 a a Flushing. 1 00 a a 8 33 a a 5 55 a a Bridgeport. 2 15 Quot 9 50 a a 8 30 arrive at Wheeling by Street car from Bridgeport depot. Trains going North. Stations. Acom Modaty a no. 2. No. 4. A com modal a. No. 6. No. 24 Bridgeport. 11 25 4 05 pm. 4 00 am Flushing. 12 38 a 5 22 a a 6 19 a a Freeport. 1 10 5 56 a a 7 15 a a Tippecanoe 1 25 a a 6 13 a a 7 45 a a Stillwater. 1 35 a a 6 23 8 10�?� Newport. 1 45 a a % 33 a a 8 15 a Uhrichsville. 1 52 a a 6 43 a a 8 45 a a 5 00 . 2 00 a 6 43 a a 8 45 a Tuscarawas 5 08 a a 2 08 6 52 a a 9 00 a a Goshen. 5 14 a a 6 58 a a 9 10 a a new philae. 5 20 a a 2 18 a a 7 05 a a 9 25 a Dover. 5 30 a a 2 27 a a 7 14 a a 10 00 a a Strasburg. 5 42 a a 2 39 a a 7 26 a a 10 45 a Beach City. 5 52 a a 2 50 a a 7 38 Quot 11 10�?� Navarre. 6 05 a a 3 03 a a 7 50 a a 11 50 a Massillon. 6 20 a a 3 18 a a 8 05 a a 12 45pm Fulton. 6 40 a a 3 37 a a 1 35 a a Warwick. 6 48 a a 3 45 a a 2 05 a Sterling. 7 14 a a 4 10 a a 3 10 a chips Walak 7 30 a a 4 25 a a 3 45 a Medina. 7 52 a a 4 47 a a 5 38 a Grafton. 8 25 a a 5 25 a a 7 20 a a Elyria. 9 00 a a 5 55 a a 7 50 a Black River 9 20 a a 6 15 a a 8 30 a Cleveland. 9 30 a a 6 30 a a 10 30 a trains Stop on signal for passengers. Cleveland with fast trains for the East and West. Also with Cleveland and Detroit steamers for Detroit and All Points in Michigan and Canada. At Lorain with n. Y. 0. A St. Ii. Ray for Fostoria it. Wayne Chicago and Points West. At Elyria with the l. S. A m. S. Ray for Sandusky Toledo Detroit Chicago and All Points West and Northwest. At Grafton with c c j a i Ray for Crestline Indianapolis St. Louis and All Points West and Southwest. At Sterling with n y p a r a formerly a a g a for Ashland Wadsworth Akron Mansfield and intermediate mints. At Warwick with c a a c r r for Akron Orville it. Venon and Columbus. At Massillon with 1. It w a c Ray for Canton Wooster Pittsburgh Etc. Also with w a l k Ray for Points on that Road at Justus. C a c Ray for Points on that Road. At canal Dover with c Ray formerly m p a c for Cambridge Marietta. Parkersburg Etc. At Uhrichsville with p c and St l Ray for Steubenville Coshocton Zanesville Newark Columbus Cincinnati and Indianapolis. At Barton with St Clairville a Northern Ray for St Clairville Ohio. At Bridgeport with c. A 1. Ray for Bellaire Pittsburgh Etc. At Wheeling with b a o Ray for Washington. Baltimore Etc., and with Ohio River steamers. Tickets on Sale at All stations and ticket offices. Oscar Townsend general manager. We. Ii. Grout Gene a freight and ticket agent. Swaims Nursery Westchester Ohio. lie undersigned wishes to announce to the a Public that he has permanently located his Nursery in Westchester Ohio., where he always has on hand a full and Complete assortment of fruit Trees and Small fruits of every variety adapted to our climate and soil. 1 wish to Call Especial attention to the fact that i can Supply Osage Orange hedge either one or two years old in any Quantity desired. My fruit Trees Are All of my own cultivation. And fruit growers can rely upon getting what they want. Oil n. S. Swat Cadwallader Ohio. A. Lluc sey s blood searcher cures scr Fula malaria cancer Erysipelas hoi Jit pimples ulcers sore eyes totter Salt Klikum mercurial and Ull skin diseases. Also constipation and liver complaint. Ladius who suffer from debilitating diseases and female complaints will find speedy Relief by using this remedy. It makes a Lovely complexion. W. Lipcott of Mesopotamia o., was cared of scr Fula of thirty years. Two bottles cured mrs. L. J. Dukes of co fax ind., of ulcerated ankle and big neck. Or. Lindsey a la Loci searcher cured my son of Erya Petua. Mrs. E. Sikl tzar Larimer station a. The ii Mimi searcher is the safest surest and most powerful purifier Ever known. Sold by a druggists. regulator Tho liver a us Only Sellers liver pills the Best and Only True lives bz3ulat02. Tucy cure head a he. Bilious Ness. Cost Veness. Liver complaint i Ever and Aqua. And All similar diseases like magic. Get the right kind. Sellers liver pills 25 Els. From All druggists

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