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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 5, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio Vinegar bitters the eminent and world renowned German Oculi St Aurist and optician on Temperance bitters known. David Zimmerman Gold leap making. Two woman teach in free daily la a Van York basement. Hundreds of people Stop every Day to look Down the Steps leading into the basement of one of the old buildings of that part of Park Row that used to be Chatham Street. Behind closed doors at the foot of the Steps they see two women seated facing each other at a Small wooden Bench covered with White Oil cloth. One woman is blonde plump Aud smiling the other is dark thin and melancholy. The top of the Bench is made of three boards each about ten inches wide and the Middle one is raised two inches higher than the others leaving two cracks that wide one facing each woman. Beneath the table is Hung a wooden trough so that whatever Falls through the cracks goes into it. At the left of each woman is a thick pad about five inches Square apparently of Many pieces of kid Laid together. The woman raises one of the kid pieces with her left hand and a gleaming yellow surface lies exposed. With a pair of wooden tongs nine inches Long each foot about the size of a Lead Pencil in her right hand the woman makes a dexterous Jab at the yellow surface and pulls it away a fluttering quivering Sheet of Gold. It seems to be crumpling up into All sorts of shapes but the woman blows on it and it settles Down outspread Flat upon the White Oil cloth before her. Its edges on every Side Are irregular and ragged. Her left hand has grasped an arrangement of two steel knives with Rocker Edge fastened together parallel to each other about four inches apart by rods. She places this Over the Golden Sheet so that the knives rest upon two of the irregular edges. A Little Rock and the edges Are Cut straight while the irregular bits trimmed Oft curl up and flutter about. A dexterous whiff of the woman a breath sends them kiting like dead leaves through the crack in the table. The knives meantime have trimmed the other two edges and As the ragged bits from them too go through the crack the Square yellow Sheet is caught up in the wooden tongs and whisked Over to a Book of Blank Pink paper each Page just the size of a yellow Square that lies before the woman. It probably is inclined to be rebellious and double up or wrinkle but another breath from the woman slips spreads it out Flat and the Pink Page is turned in an instant concealing it from View. All this is done so quickly that the throng at the top of the Steps holds its breath As the Golden 9heets whisk about and the Little ragged leaves flutter through the crack in the table in a a continual yellow Shower. If the Sheet when spread upon the Pink Page shows a flaw a bit of Leaf picked up on the end of a Little stick is put Over the hold and patted Down in a instant. If a Sheet tears in being lifted out of the skins one of the ragged edges blown away is Laid Over it at the Edge that is torn off and a Little rub with the end of a stick welds the two pieces together then a breath blows the free Edge of the added piece off of the main Sheet and the whole is spread out Flat and fair As though it had never been mended. When the Little Pink Book is full it is put away to be done up in delicate wrappers and sold to sign painters and decorators who want Gold Leaf. Back in the dark recesses of the basement men Are beating out the thin sheets so delicate that a breath whisks them All about from lumps of Virgin Gold. The women work at the foot of the Steps because the Best Light is there and they need it most. The idea that he is thus affording a Good Many people daily free lessons on the Gold beater s Art does not worry the owner of the n. Y. Sun. Manufacturers of or. Moritz Salm and dealers in Iron and slate mantles grate fronts and tile hearths a full line of Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad. In effect june 2, 1889. New Standard time. Trains going South. Oti tit and. A com a com a stations. No. 1. Modal a. Modal a. No. 19 no. 3. No. 5. Cleveland a. 6 45a.m. 4 15p.m. Tio Oam Black River 7 00 a a 4 25 a k-30 a a Elyria 7 22 a a 4 45 a a. 7-22 44 Grafton 7 53 a a 5 10 a a 8 00 a Medina 8 30 a a 6 00 a a. 10-15 a a chips Walak 8 47 a 6 18 a a 10 4u a a Sterling 9 05 a a 6 38 a a. 12 05pm Warwick �?1�?o9 31 a a 7 05�?o105�?o Fulton "9 40 a a 7-12�?o 1-30�?o Massillon. 10 cd a a 7 32�?o 6 0�a.m. 2 15 a a navarre.7 47 a a a a 2-54 Beach City. 10 26 a a 8 02 a a 6 35 a a 3 40 a a Strasburg. Ai3 a a 6 44 410 Dover 10 45 a a 8-28 a a tv5fi a a Voz a new philae. 10 53 a a i 8 35 a a 7 05 a a 51-30 a a Goshen 8 43 a a 7-11 a Tuscarawas. ,8 50 a a 7 26 a a Uhrich Svall. 11 15 a a 1 9 00 a a 6 45 a a 11 30 a. A. Newport. Quot ofis Quot. Stillwater. 11 46 a a .1 7-45 a Tippecanoe 11 54 a a. 7 56�?otree port a j 12 10 . 8 10 a a. Flushing 12 40 a a. 8 40 a a. Bridgeport. 1 2 05 a a. 9 55�?o arrive at Wheeling by Street car from Bridge port depot. Trains going North. Stat mag acs0.&Quot i Ita come stations Modaty a no. 4. Modal a. No 24 no. 2. I no. 6. 2tetw , keeps constantly on hand and for Sale grandest modern discovery. Triumph of pharmacy. The Only True practical a elixir of life and health is one that promotes digestion improves the appetite cleanses the liver purifies the blood and stimulates the brain and nerves without injurious reaction and one that May be taken alike by adult or infant. Profane compounds made of vile rum or bad whisky sweetened and Flavoured under the title of bitters tonics &c., produce effects far worse than the disease for which they Are taken. Vinegar bitters is a pure tonic a Nervine without being narcotic a blood Pur tier without Poison a liver tonic without purging and above All a life giving stimulant without alcohol. The Only Medicine with such Powers in the world. A genuine Temperance beverage far surpassing alcohol in any shape As a tonic and it might be called liquid life since it stimulates invigorates and regulates digestion nutrition secretion excretion respiration and All the functions whereby life is maintained we literally take in vitality in spoonful. It is not too much to assert that the equal of vinegar bitters docs not exist and no counterpart or compound with similar Virtues lots Ever been known. California if remarkable Tor nothing else would be immortalized by the production of the medicinal fruits roots and herbs of which this bitters is composed. Many of them used by the indians and the medical profession in the treatment of chills and fevers rheumatism Catarrh consumption neuralgia headaches liver complaint kidney disease jaundice gout piles oils skin diseases &c., too numerous to mention but easily understood when the action of the bitters on the vital functions is remembered. The discovery was partly accidental but the present perfect bitters is the result of science. Millions of sufferers have gratefully and glad fully endorsed during the past Quarter of a Century the wonderful Success of this phenomenal tonic of the world. In order to meet every probable demand two formulas of the same ingredients Are now put up. The old style is stronger slightly bitter and More cathartic. The new style pleasant to the taste and expressly adapted to women and children. Remember there is 110 disease of Low vitality debility of functions or nervous prostration for which vinegar bitters is not curative and its singular Power Over tiie lower organisms renders it the implacable foe of the deadly microbe and omnipresent bacteria in malarial diseases cholera consumption internal diseases &c., and so great is its Power As a germicide that it is an unequalled Verm Fuge. A Book could be written of its Virtues and another of testimonials but it is Only necessary to remember its general action upon the liver blood brain and nerves to realize is use in a majority of the ills that flesh is heir to and that 10 fan should Ever be without a bottle of old and new style vinegar bitters m the House. Send for our ladies Book. Address r. Ii. Mcdonald drug co., 38yl 532 Washington St., new York. Copper rivets rubber belting leather belting Shaft rubbers Saddle nails buggy knobs tufting buttons Hob nails saddles whip holders harness Oil Martingale rings Martingales Curry Combs rubber Patching rivet setts bridle Bitts bridles harness ornaments lines strip awls tacks breast straps buggy cushions breast strap slides choke straps Hare clips flame Staples Hames Hame rings halters whips. Girth web snaps ferrets bridle fronts buckles stirrups harness rings harness soap size Sticks punches lard Oil miners Oil Zinc pads shoe buttons Fly nets Axel grease rubber packing Castor Oil hitching straps breast strap rings Halter bolts Box loops Button Hooks gum Tragacanth neats foot Oil fish Oil machine Oil Hame rivets horse cards gig saddles shawl straps tug Hooks interfering pads sweat pads butt chains Trace chains whip stocks sir Cingles Saddle blankets whip crackers Channel nails Belt Hooks buggy washers everything sold at the very lowest prices Cash paid for hides and sheep pelts May 9, 1888. 20mg Oak Kip French Kip condition powders tallow Ink shoe strings Heel nails eyelet setts rasps nippers Pinchers Welt knives Burnishers Sand paper Emery straps measuring straps bristles shoulder Sticks Cement Heel plates Glover a Needles shoe polish Cork insoles Rosetts half soles French calf sole leather american calf Oak upper buggy Lap dusters French Morocco harness leather dash leather lace leather Belt leather Oil cloth Button Fastener Gaiter elastic toppings linings apron skins Boot web Linen thread silk thread shoe knives shoe pegs hammers awl handles steel Shanks harness Needles Heel braces Heel Ball lasts awls Wax clamps Boot Trees crimp boards Peg cutters Girths beeswax eyelets Plush Robes fur Robes rubber cloth sea grass Matts rubber horse covers hungarian nails lasting tacks Zinc nails coach pads shoe buckles neck yokes i g11 age knife open links Etc., Etc., Etc., House furnishing goods. Tin Iron and slate roofing and spouting a specially we Are agents for the celebrated founder and principal of Eye ear nose and Throat infirmary Corner of High and Lafayette streets Columbus. Ohio makes his next vist to Uhrichsville dec. 4, at Central hotel. New Philadelphia dec. 5, at Exchange hotel. Will return on same Date each month. The Best for soft Coal. Unto 5, Oitt Block new Philadelphia 8vi Bridgeport. Flushing. Freeport. Tippecanoe Stillwater. Newport. Uhrichsville. Tuscarawas Goshen new philae. I dover1 Strasburg Beach City. Navarre. Massillon. Fulton. Warwick. Sterling. Chips Walak Medina. Grafton. Elyria. Black liver Cleveland. 4 45am 5 u2 a a messes. Hinkle amp Coley Bakers and confectioners East High Street have added to their popular establishment a new bread Wagon and arc now Repard to deliver bread Etc. This new feature will save the trouble of running to tin bakery every time you want bread pies or cakes. We can heartily recommend this firm As first class in their line. Avi 11 deliver bread every Day. 46w3. The Only go nine hard Fubber. Reservoir St Lff Edin Quot pen Ever on t this Price. Done to confound it with other so called Fountain pens. We will paid if a trial proves unsatisfactory. Upon receipt 1 5. V it will Send the pen i for 82 Doz. $3.50. Mailed in handsome Case with filler and full directions. Addie Rick mfr., 5 Murray St. New York. This Holder with solid 14 Karat Gold pen Only $1.0 each. Trains Stop on signal for passengers. Tickets on Sale at All stations and ticket of Ces. Oscar Townsend general manager f. M. Townsend superintendent. Any one buying goods to the amount of �5.00 at a. Gintz amp cons. Furniture store is entitled to a ticket in a drawing in which a $20.00 bed room suit is Given to the Lucky number. 47-w2. Cleveland and Marietta rail Way. In effect june 1g, 1889. Go North the Cleveland la Parks by. Marietta. Caywood. Stanley. Whipple. Warner. Elba. Macksburg. Dexter City. South Olive. Dudley. It Aldwell. Belle Valley. Ava. Glen Rood. It pleasant. Byersville. Cambridge. Oldham a. Millers. K Anbolt on Guernsey. Post boy. No motown. Wolf a. Philipsburg Blackband. Turners. Canal Dover. A Val june Canton. Akron. Cleveland. Buffalo. Toledo. 200 am 635 652 658 94 Miles the shortest s Houi the quickest. 530am 555 605 630 655 720 we wish to say also an 8 page56 column Strong aggressive Democrat la newspaper. Time�?27 hours. Entire trains baggage car. Day coaches an sleepers run through without change. 110 Miles the shortest 7 hours the quickest. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. The Plain dealer will devote itself earnestly to the restoration of democratic supremacy in the councils of the nation. The Plain dealer believes in equal rights anti at honest vote that unnecessary taxation is unjust taxation that a a monopolies a and a a trusts area menace to our free institutions. The Plain dealer prints a Complete epitome of the news in every Issue. Subscription Price Only $1.00 a year. Accurate and reliable Market reports a Complete and exact. The Plain dealer never guesses. Specially valuable to Farmers. The farming department will alone save any Farmer Many dollars. The veterinary department is spi orally valuable and open to All subscribers free of charge. All the sporting news. Editorial sketches illustrated articles family Council and Many other attractive features making it the newspaper you want free Sample to anyone. Trice one Dollar a year. Machine time�?28 ii us through sleepers without change. Tha Short line Between Cincinnati and Lexington ky., time 2la hours. Knoxville tenn., a a 12 a a Asheville n.o., a a it Chattanooga tenn., a a 11 Atlanta. Ga., a a 15 Birmingham Ala a a 15 direct connections at new Orleans and Shreveport or Texas Mexico and California. Trains leave Central Union depot. Cincinnati crossing the famous High Bridge of Kentucky and rounding the base of Lookout Mountain. Is furnished to the we Are starting a club the Best in the Market going South Over one million acres of land in Alabam the future great state of the South subject to pre eruption. Unsurpassed climate. Which is Boom free from horse motion. Three Springs and the easiest Riding cart made. Send for description prices Etc to Conner Brothers manufacturers Ada Ohio. 48tf la Toledo. Buffalo. Cleveland. Akron. Canton. Valley Jun ctr a. Canal Dover. Turners. Blackband. Philipsburg. Wolf. Newcomers on Post boy. Guernsey. Kimbolton. Millers. Oldham a. Cambridge. Byersville. Point pleasant Glen Wood. Ava. Belle Valley. Caldwell. Dudley. South Olive. Dexter City. Macksburg. Elba. Warner. Whipple. Stanley. Caywood. A Marietta. Parkersburg. Call and see us jews in Jerusalem. Their condition worse than that of any of i heir Kace the world Over. The jews of Jerusalem have Many paupers among them and their condition is worse than that of any of their race the world Over. The numbers who have been forced Here by persecution Are supported almost entirely by the different jewish churches Over the world and the number of different denominations of jews and christians who Are so supported has made Jerusalem a City of mendicant. At certain hours of the Days bread is Given away at certain places and the people come to these in crowds. The jews themselves in the fewest of eases change their religion but the different denominations of begging christians move about from Church to Church As the supplies Rise and fall just As the bad boy changes his sunday school according to the prospects of presents at time of Christmas. Such giving has made Jerusalem the hot bed for the propagation of beggars and this is True of other people than the jews. The number of alms takers among them has made the Jerusalem jews As a class regardless of their personal appearance and they live in dirt and 9qualor. I have visited a great number of their houses whole families live in one Cave like a room of the size of a Hall bedroom with no windows and lighted Only by the door at the front both Walls and floor Are of Stone. There is Little furniture to speak of. There is Only a bed or two for the grown people and the rest of the family must bunk on the floor. The Kitchen is in most cases a Little Box just High enough for the woman of the House to stand upright in and not More than three feet wide and four feet deep. At the Back of this there is a rude stove of Stone for the burning of charcoal and somewhere in the catacombs which make up the tenements of a score of families there is a Well which is the common property of All. On the door posts of each dwelling whether it be of Only one room or More there is tacked a rolled up strip of White Parchment six inches Long 011 which is written the name of Jehovah and the ten commandments and every one of these Palestine jews wears the commandments tied upon his Arm under his coat. They have in some cases phyla teries for their foreheads at time of worship and the most of them Are very devout. They do not approve of wearing any other than the jewish dress and most jews who come Here adopt the dress which i have . G. Carpenter in Chicago times. The Shah and his dentist. One of the most honoured of the Shah a suite is the Imperial dentist and m. Hubennet has probably seen More of English High life than any person of his calling except of course or. Evans. In his second diary his majesty frequently alludes to the persian dentist in chief who is i believe a swede. One characteristic passage runs thus a pm. Chretien also a dentist who was known to me through having on my former voyage amused himself with my Teeth came some Days ago with or. Holozan. Hubennet had filled a hollow tooth of my left upper jaw but the filling had become Loose and Hubennet could not get it out but when Chretien had worked at it for some Days it finally came out. I was very glad and am going to have the tooth filled this was in 1878, but Hubennet has still charge of the Imperial world. Pianos and organs for rent sewing machines pianos organs clocks a Ches and jewelry repaired. Engraving neatly done. No. 33 West High Street. Telephone no. 43. New Philadelphia Ohio. Al for rates maps Etc address n. C. Kerr. Trav. Pass. Agte 94 West 4th St., Cincinnati 0 j. C. Gault Gen. Manager. D. G. Edwards g. P. Amp t. A Cincinnati Ohio. 13yl that wre have bought the Grain warehouse formerly owned by or. Frank Black near the steam Mill and Are now prepared to Purchase All your address the Plain dealer 227 Bank St., Cleveland Ohio. Cash commissions paid to postmasters or agents. Champion planing Mill Joshua p. Grimm is. William Bland it. Al. By virtue of an order of Sale to me Diu reeled and issued from the court of common pleas of Tuscarawas county. Ohio i will offer for Sale at Public auction at the door of the court House in the town of new Philadelphia within and for the county of Tuscarawas. And state Iff of Iii on saturday december 21st, 1389, Between the leans of of of clock p. It. And four of clock p. In of said Day tie following described real estate situate in said county to wit a part of the we-1 half number sixty to ill the t it a i of new Philadelphia beginning at the Northwest Corner of said lot thence eastward 011 Hie North Boundary line of said lot one Hundred and twelve feet thence southward by a line parallel to the Western Boundary line it i said a it 1. Try feet thence Westward by bin parallel to the North Boundary line of said i t one Hundred and twelve feet to the West Boundary line of said lot Thuee northward on said Wesr Boundary line to the place of by a ginning. Also part of the a St half of let number so Xiv 61 and part of the West half of it number fifty Niue 59 in said town of new Philadelphia bounded As follows to wit beginning Outle West Boundary line of said lot number fifty nine 39 six feet Distant from the Northwest Corner of said lot thence northward 011 the West Boundary line of said lots numbered fifty nine 59 and sixty to thirty two feet thence eastward by a line parallel with the South Boundary line of said lot number sixty a a it one Hundred and thirty two feet thence southward by a line parallel to said West Boundary line thirty two feet thence Westward by a line parallel to the no a Boundary line of said i d number fifty nine -9 get of Hundred and thirty two feet to to Western b us tary said lot the place of regi lining. Appraised at. Terms Cash. Geo. A. Bowers sheriff. S. Mooke and m. V. Ream att is. 47wg everybody should read the John nagely of rope a the Only perfect substitute for mothers milk. Invaluable in cholera inf Antum and teething. A quickly assimilate do d for dyspeptic consumptive convalescent a perfect nutrient in All wasting diseases. Requires no cooking. Keeps in All climates. Och for our Book a a the clue 0 and feeding of infants a mailed a a to any address do Iber Gooda a co., Boston. Mass. 23y 1 at Good prices daily and weekly. Powder weekly edition one Dollar a year. It contains ail the general news of the daily edition of the dispatch which has the largest circuit alien in Central Ohio. Independent in polities it is hit most valuable chronicle of political news in the state impartially giving the occurrences and opinions of All parties so that All sides May be known. In the department of foreign news the dispatch has always been Distin to anguished by the fullness of its Cable dispatches. A a tiie Home a instructs the housewife and the child Dren in regard to economical and tasteful new dishes the fashions and tiie making of Home comforts. In addition we give latest reports of Trade and prod re markets the conditions of Money columns of miscellaneous Reading poetry a Complete Story every week jokes and anecdotes sporting news popular science the doings of Well known persons of the worm a department devoted to sermons and religious notes. While the weekly dispatch gives the latest and Best news of the state it is also a journal for the family. Subscribe one Doliani at any time for a full year. Postage free to any part of the United states or Canada. Daily dispatch 65 cents per month or $7 per year. Weekly dispatch $1 per year. Address a d. Brickell amp co., 26 North High St Columbus 40 you done to believe us come and try us recommended by the highest medical and chemical authorities who testify to its absolute purity wholesomeness and wonderful strength. Every can guaranteed to do the work of any other baking powder costing twice As much. Every can guaranteed to give satisfaction or Purchase Money refunded. 1 la. Cd an 30c. H lb., 10c. H la. 3c. If your dealer does not keep Crown do not i a him persuade you to buy some other he claims to be just As Good but ask him to oblige you by getting Dieter 8 Crown baking powder. Infants invalids no. 5 and 6, daily. Through coaches on trains nos. 2 and 3. Between Marie to Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c w i b i a and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b amp 0, East and West at Newcomerstown with p. C it fast l East and West at Dover with cd is w and c and 1�?T, North and East at Valley Junction with w so l e and Valley Ray. W k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. A Kokk Gen manager. Cheapest and Best builder in the City before you contract be sure to Call at the Champion planing Mill on West front Street new Philadelphia John nagely so. August 15, 1ss9. 33yl Trade we expect to treat All our patrons courteously and fairly. Kindly thanking you for past favors we Are yours respectfully Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. R Tuscarawas Branch schedule. In effect May 12, 1889. Going East. E. P. Jacob is. James g. Henderson. By vir1 he of an order of Sale to me directed and issued from tin court of common Picas of Tuscarawas county Ohio i will offer for Sale at Public auction at the door of the court Blouse in the town of new Philadelphia within and for the county of Tuscarawas and state of Ohio. 011 saturday december 14th, 18s9, Between the hours of one of clock p. M. And four of clock p. M. Of said Day the following described real estate situate in said county to wit part of lot number fifteen to 111 second Quarter of township eight a a and Range one 1bounded As follows to wit beginning at a stake on the said Boundary line of said lot Twenty one chains and thirteen links West of the Southeast Corner of said lot thence North Twenty chains to a stake thence West ten chains to a stake thence South Twenty Evains to a stake thence East to chains to the place of beginning containing Twenty acres More or less. Praised at $900.00. Terms Cash. George i. Bov los by eff. J. S. Graham atty. November 11, 1389. 4owo you will rave sick headaches gains Jen the Side dyspepsia poor appetite feel listless and unable to get through your daily work or social enjoyments. Lifa will to a Burden to Yon. Express local. Strictly first class. Warranted. All second growth Hickory. Steel axles and tires. Low Bent scat arms. Perfectly balanced. Long easy Riding Oil tempered Spring. Best wheels and Best All Over. Price $18.00. Leave new Philadelphia canal Dover. Zoar. Mineral Point. Magnolia. Waynesburg. Malvern. Oneida. Minerva. Arrive Bayard. Alliance. Cleveland. Wellsville. Bellaire. Pittsburgh. Join p. Lab is. Isaiah Collins it. Al. By virtue of an Oiler of Sale in partition to me directed and issued from the court of common in leis of Tursea rate As county Ohio i will offer for Sale at Public auction at the door of tiie court House in he town of new Philadelphia within and for the county of Tuscarawas and state of Ohio on saturday december 28. 1ss9, Between the hours of one of clock p. M. And four of clock p. M. Of said Day fhe following described real estate situate in said county to wit situate in the township of Fairfield county of Tuscarawas and state of Ohio and described As follows to wit the East half of the Northeast Quarter of Section seven 7 in township numbered nine 9 and Range one 1 of the unappropriated lands in the military District sold at Zanesville Ohio containing eighty acres More or less excepting thereof com one acre one Rood and Twenty six perches sold and conveyed by Janus Fenton and wife to John Philips by deed dated november 30th, a. I. 1833, Alai run off to him by Thomas King Surat Yor out of the West Side of the aforesaid half Quarter Section. Also a part of the West half of the Section township and Range aforesaid beginning at a Post 17 and 50-100 chains from the North end of the line dividing the Northeast Quarter of said Section seven township nine and Range one and running North 10 3-4 degrees West 1 29-100 chains to a Post thence North forty four and one fourth 44 a degrees East 3 3-100 chains to a Post on the aforesaid line thence South one fourth a degree East 13 2o-100 chains to the place of beginning containing one acre one Rood and Twenty six perches. Appraised at $2,080.00 Cash one third in one year and one third in two years with interest and mortgage Security on the sold for deferred payments. Geo. A. Bowers sheriff. A. W. Patrick atty. 4sw5 november 23, 1ss9. A till cure you drive the Poison out of your system and make you Strong and Well. They Cost Only 25 cents a Box and May save your life. Can feel and at any drug store. Beware of counterfeits made in St. Louis.3� stations. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh i Bellaire. Wellsville. Alliance. I Tay amp re. Minerva. Oneida. Malvern. Waynesburg. Magnolia. Mineral Point. canal Dover. Arrive new Philadelphia administrators Sale of real estate. Positively cuub9 Lumbago. Pais in Back i a Rishty a disease Billett amp Miller in pursuance of an order of the probate a court of Tuscarawas county. Ohio i will offer for Sale at Public auction on saturday december 14th, 1889, at one of clock p. In., at the door of the court House in new Philadelphia Ohio the following described real estate in tie county of Tuscarawas and state of Ohio to wit the West half of the South West Quarter of Section twelve 12township nine 9range one 1 of the unappropriated land in u.8. District a a military a subject to Sale at Zanesville Ohio containing eighty acres More or less. Appraised at $3,660 terms of Sale one to Laird in hand one third in one year Aud one third in two years from the Day of Sale with interest the payments to be secured by mortgage upon the premise go13 William d. Mckee adm Rof estate of Ann e. Leggett deceased. John s. Graham atty. November 11,183 46w5 new Philadelphia o a new clo t h i n a hats Caps and gents furnishing goods corrected by John Kaderly produce dealer december 5, 1889. Flour Patent bbl. $ 5 20 a a a a it sack. 1 30 a a Best family a bbl. $ 4 80 a a Amber sack. 1 20 a a a a new proc. 1 30 wheat�?1 Bushel. 80 corny new Bushel. 40 Oats new Bushel. 23 Ryff Bushel. 55 butter Pound. 13@16 egos dozen. 22 buckwheat flour Pound. 04 hams a a it Pound. 10 should Erst Pound. 08 sides Pound. 08 lard Pound. 08 tallow Pound. 04 beef Pound. 07 5 15 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 White Lime barrel. 1 00 Akron cements barrel .1 35 Cal red plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster ton. 9 00 a a a a a barrel. 1 50 potatoes Bushel. 30 dried peaches Pound .02 dried apples Pound 04 rags Pound. 01 onions Basliel. 40 Hay ton new. 8 00 Timothy seed Bushel .1 25 Wool. 30@35 fertilizers a it ton. 35 00 Clover is and Bushel .3 00 chickens a Pound. 04 5 06 ducks a Pound. 06 turkeys a Pound. 07ii Husnu $0 a trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains on the a great fort Wayne route a running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare Etc., apply to j. F. Milks. Agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. James Mccrea e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Our Stock has just been opened up in the Raiff building lately occupied by Fribley amp co. It is positively a new Stock a and has never been on the shelves or country before. We respectfully invite every one to Call and see our goods and get our prices before purchasing. Valley railway. In effect december 2, 1888 we wish on patrons who Are in arrears would pay up to january 1, 1890. It is a big task and involves expense for us to go to every one to collect the renewal Price of our paper. We shall Call on those who fail to pay up which will necessitate our charging 1.50. Stations. Going North going South no. 6. 2 30pm 1 42 1 15 12 15 1130am no. 4. A Cleveland a 9 24am Peninsula 9 03 Akron 8 55 Canton 7 55 a Val a Jet la 7 05 administrators notice Motice is hereby Given that the undersigned 1 has been appointed and qualified a admin Istratov of the estate of Jacob Bippus. Late of Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased. All Thos interested will please tyke Nome Aud govern t themselves acco i o a y. 47w i be. Age Bippus adm r. Look out now for your Holiday presents. H. E. Espenschied has opened up his new7 Stock of Holiday goods already consisting of Gold and Silver watches chains rings pins of All kinds the finest in the Market. 48-w4. 20yr8.practicelnpensions a is 5 u i Soldier claims. Success is inv 0v no fees. Send for new Laws. C. M. Sites amp co., atty a . Small profits and satisfy Letioa to our patrons is our motto. For Sale or Exchange a business room and Stock of general merchandise in a Good business town of 600 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can be had at the times office. Of administrators notice any person in need of a first class typewriter should not fail to write to j. W. Roil Stone Creek o., for Cata Logue and Sample of writing of the we rep typewriter. Fri Olive is hereby Given that the de has been appointed and qualified As administrator of the estate of Jonathan Baker late of Tuscarawas couty Ohio deceased a All persons interested will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. To o Joshua Baker admin la Trator. For and Small tracts on Dover Road. Cheap lots on easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. F. S. Romig. Office in Mcclane Block. 46tf a an antidote for the elixir of life we ill prove a very important discovery if the victims continue to loom up at the present Kiu it october 17, 1880,

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