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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 6, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times volume Philadelphia o., thursday december 6, 1888. The a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. Business notices five cents pm line. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y r. 8 1 00 8 2 00 8 3 00 8 5 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 2 00 7 50 12 50 22 .50 5 00 12 50 22 ,50 40 00 8 cd 22 50 40 00 75 00 number 50 professional cards. 20yrs. Practice in pensions amp Soldier claims. Success or no fees. Send for new Laws. Sites amp co., atty a ,. T c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day or night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building South Broadway. Residence two doors South of 0 a p depot. 49 prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 47yl j ii. 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 Moolten attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Whiite m ail to take the Agency of an i to Man our safes size 28x18x18 inches weight Noo lbs. Retail Price 35 other sizes in proportion. A rare Chance and permanent business. These safes meet a demand never before supplied by other Safe companies As we Are not governed by the Safe Pool. Address Alpine Safe co., Cincinnati Ohio. September 2ff, 1888. 40m6 0sepii p. Murphy a j livery amp feed stable Phillipsburg ii. Ohio. First class Tigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 25. 44m6 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 sat Saf action or Money refunded. Price 20 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller a son. <>y2 h. Amp a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability of inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc., sent free. Address r. Amp a. P. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. Feb. 2, Essyl Babcock Hurd. Amp co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 10s water St., Cleveland. P. H. Babcock h. Hurd jr., Chablis Babcock h. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited of new York for the Sale of their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands of roasted Coffee. 2tyl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Ii. T. Min is proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 45yl t. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate of the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases of Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed it pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph or otherwise promptly an swered. Office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia. Ohio 4yl steam engines boilers and machinery. Engines and boilers for Mill shop or farm in every size and style desired and to suit every purpose. Saw Mills and Wood working machinery grist and feed Mills shafting pulleys belting and Mill supplies. Also a Large lot of Good second hand engines and other machinery very cheap. Iiames machine depot 1 7 amp 99 first ave., Pittsburgh a. 4syl Money to loan on first mortgage farm Security at Low rates of interest. Loans Only taken r three years or More and for sums of $1,000 and upwards. Privilege of making partial payments of ?10o or More on Loans granted and Extension of time Given when interest is kept up promptly. No commission and no charges for recording mortgages. For further particulars and information. Address we. Ii. Ross Gene a agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 42m6 october 11, 18s.s. Notice of Sale of desperate claims. Tiie undersigned will sell at pub a lie auction at 2 of clock p. M., on saturday december 22d, 1s88, at the Post office building in Ragersville Ohio the desperate claims belonging to the estate of Jacob Krebs jr., deceased. Terms Cash. A Kasiam youngest administrator of Jacob Krebs or. V. Ream attorney. 4p�4 co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray. A magnificent daily train service a a the Montana will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities of Montana for maps and general information inquire of your own ticket age to or f. I. Whitney Gene a Pas. And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday december 6, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 circuit court convened tuesday with judges Albaugh and Jenner on the Bench. The Dayton plow company assigned on the 30th inst. This surely was not the result of the Mills Bill. Doings of the week. A lathe Nam Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance. $1 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Tai address All matter intended for publication to the times. The president has issued his last message to Congress. It is quite lengthy and surely is an Able document. He still advises Congress of the importance of Tariff Reform. He shows up the injudicious expenditure of Money in paying High premiums for the Bonds that have not yet matured which measure was taken to prevent a Money panic by too great a contraction of the currency. He objects to a useless expenditure of Money in Public improvements simply for the purpose of getting rid of the surplus which indeed is Good statesmanship on his part. The hints to the legislative branches of the government on every Point Are Wise and just. He quotes Andrew Jackson on government policy and adds that it surely is appropriate at this time. Sackville West gets a just and scathing notice. Trusts and monopolies also come in for a share of criticism. The president urges upon Congress the importance of proper measures to insure a right disposition of our Public lands. Over so million acres of land have been arrested from illegal usurpation. His message is a Wise and just recommendation. Lout City Nebraska is constructing a Sod House to be sent to president Harrison. The railway company furnishes a car on which it is to be constructed. The director of the mint in his annual report estimates the Gold product of the u. For the last year at $33,000,000 and that of Silver at $53,000,000. It seems As though the Kansas newspapers Are each trying to see which is the Champion of liars. We must confess they All come in Well on the Home stretch. The jute bagging Trust is on its last pins. The sentiment Fig inst this Trust was so Strong and the sales had fallen off so much that the Mills will not be controlled any longer. Old Jeff. Davis is not expected to live Long. The Republican party will be chief Mourner. Old Jeff served a Good purpose for the party As a they should give him a decent burial. General Harrison should give his Many a Dudley a Cabinet position. The rogues who purchased his election should be rewarded. The fact that Dudley has been arrested and is to be tried for his fraud will not injure his reputation with the administration. County commissioners were in session this week. A Good 1300 Pound draft horse six years old for Sale cheap. Call on i. L. Hykes Barnhill Ohio. 50w2 or. J. W. Stoody has moved into his handsome new dwelling and business room on West High Street opposite the m. E. Church. Those who hire their washing done will find it to their interest to Call at the chinese laundry. See his Price list on 4th Page. The Little son of John Dieffenbache while wrestling with some one of the other boys just after coming out of the school room yesterday got his Arm broke in the fall. Subscribers a done to complain you have had your Harvest and now we Are having ours by Way of advertising. The holidays will soon be Over and then we will give you the usual amount of Reading matter again. 3 f if you want to buy a Holiday present for a Friend or any member of your family go to Jacob Millers and buy something substantial useful and Beautiful from his assortment of China Glass Bronze and fancy wares. Our City a visitors. Born to or. And mrs. We. Sharp a baby boy. Or. Charles Mcllvain returned to Wooster monday. A Quot Jack the Ripper incident. Miss Eva Black is spending a few Days with her sister at Mineral Point. The club met at the residence of miss Gertrude Spence monday evening. John Joss took in the Forest City this week and purchased his Holiday goods. George Taylor ran Down from Cleveland thursday last to see his Best girl. That a a old Fox a Jay Gould is trying to get up a huge Railroad Trust to prevent rate cutting. The Rock Island system has not yet consented and which is necessary to the great Trust a trusts Are Mere private affairs that the president or any one else have no right to interfere with. A the Many friends of gust Williams will he pleased to learn that he has received a permanent position with a. N. Kellogg amp co., Cleveland. We predict he will fill his position with profit to himself and pleasure to his employers. A e will Hope that on the meeting of the legislature the Senate will Early take into consideration and pass the two cent mileage Bill passed by the House last Winter. This the people demand and the right to expect. We do not want the Railroad interest to Tell us that by Means of excursions they already carry passengers for on an average at half rate or even less. What we do want is an Opportunity to come and go As we please and when we please for which we wish to pay a reasonable fare and not be herded like cattle into More or less uncomfortable and overcrowded cars on dangerous excursion trains. If railroads will carry immigrants from new York to Chicago for from one to two dollars per head they should not object to carrying regular passengers at the rate of two cents per Independent. We think the Republican party is so identified with corporations that it will not dare to pass the Bill referred to although it seems to be a just Bill that would Benefit the Public but a we shall see what we shall of the White Cap outrages that Are being committed at Sardinia in this state were perpetrated Down South governor Foraker would raise a howl about it. But As it is in Ohio it does not seem to disturb his equilibrium. The election is Over and it would be very poor Campaign Thunder being committed in Ohio. The Senate Tariff Bill will be urged by the republicans of the next Congress. They claim a reduction on sugar of $28,000,000, and on tobacco $24,000,000, and argue that they Are both necessities. We agree that sugar is a necessity and have no objection to the reduction on that but As to tobacco is that essential to the warmth of the body or the sustenance of the body it is no More a necessity than whiskey or any other stimulant. Every Man woman and child can get along without tobacco and would be better off physically without it and much better off financially. It seems strange that Tobb eco should be claimed As a necessity. Representatives officials from the Baltimore amp Ohio Wheeling amp Lake Erie and the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling railroads met in this City a few Days ago and entered into a contract to build a Road from Bellaire or rather a continuance of the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling from Martins ferry to which Point it has been built through to East Liverpool. The plan is that the four companies build the Road and use it jointly. As stated the papers have been signed work will be commenced As soon As possible and pushed to completion. It is believed the Road will be completed through and ready for operation within a 11 Heel into intelligencer. One of the fruits of Harrison selection is to require the people of the United states to pay an average of fifteen cents per Yard More for carpet than before. The National carpet manufacturers association met in Philadelphia and decided on a raise of fifteen cents per Yard. They Felt secure in their Trust operations now that the Republican party is coming into Power. But the people you know like to pay their surplus Cash to these trusts because it sounds like Protection. The coming four years will yield an abundance of this class of Protection. There Are 25,000 coloured voters in Ohio. Nine tenths of these men vote the Republican ticket. It was the negro vote in Indiana Ohio new York and Illinois that made Harrison the president for four years at Ter the 4 the of March. The a a coloured troops fought nobly for Harrison and now we will see if he is As Liberal in giving them offices As was Cleveland. The negro voters always get promises from republicans but very Seldom any offices. The White republicans Are not very Liberal to the contingent that gives them Plain dealer. Secretary Vilas Points out in his report that during the present administration there have been restored to the United states and opened for settlement 83,156,990 acres of the Public Domain and that the restoration of 65-020,538 acres More has been recommended. Or. John b. Read proprietor of the Standard informs us that the policy of the Standard Wili henceforward be Republican. He has chosen the Republican party with which to pledge his political Faith and pledges his paper to be in Harmony with the same. The paper heretofore has been Independent. This makes Competition in the Republican Camp in new Philadelphia. The re count of the vote in West va., gives Alderson democratic candidate for Congress in the third District seventeen majority and Fleming democratic candidate for governor is also elected. This will give the republicans a majority of five in the fifty first Congress. A Bill has been introduced in Congress by representative Stone of Kentucky proposing an amendment to the Constitution providing that the president and vice president shall be chosen every four years by the direct vote of the people. It provides for a separate election for president except congressmen. It surely is entitled to some favor. The state association of retail grocers will make an Effort at the coming session of the legislature to secure the enactment of a Law making it Legal for persons claiming Money due for groceries clothing and other necessaries of life to collect five to ten per cent of such debts weekly from the employer of the debtor and repealing so much of the exemption Laws As Are in conflict with the proposed shield and Banner. Canal Dover comes to the front with a new Enterprise. A company of canal Dover capitalists has purchased a manufacturing Plant of Canton folks for the manufacturing of haying tools and farm implements and Are removing it to Dover. We have not Learned who All Are engaged in the Enterprise but do know that or. J. W. Hopkins foun Dryman is one of the company. It is to be a joint Stock company. Canal Dover is full of business push and will soon score up with new Philadelphia in population. Our people had better Waken up or we will be left. Or. And mrs. Saumel Rufer will please except our kindest regards for a package containing several pieces of the finest wedding cakes we have received for Many a Day. May the world Deal gently with them is our wish. The following marriage licenses have been granted Frederick Schupp and Elizabeth Lamneck Thomas w Mcdermott and Ida m Rufer George Austin and Phoebe e King Thomas f Scott and Flora Mathews Jilton i Williams and Samantha Miller. Willis Korns is playing the part of editor of the advocate while editor Mcilvane is taking a Western trip. Or. Korns gets out a first class paper too and that is not All lie is a Model Young Man and should be editing a paper for he is fully competent. A dust explosion took place in the Furnace room of Stenglein furniture factory no. 29, at Saginaw City Michigan. The building was made a Complete wreck and then took fire and burned. One Man lost his life. Loss $25,000. You will please notice a 4 column advertisement of Robert Dodd on the 4th Page. He takes the a whole bakery on notions fancy articles House furnishing goods toys ii old a goods amp a. Done to fail to Call and see his Mammoth Stock and hear his astonishingly Low prices. / if you want Home roasted and fresh Coffee you had better go to Jacob Millers. He Downs them All by keeping the Best of groceries. He has More China Ware and Glass Ware than any ten stores in Tuscarawas county. Buy your Holiday goods there. We Are glad to hear that miss Emma Welty who has been ill is improving daily. Mrs. Nelson of Cleveland is visiting mrs. Catherine Sargent North Broadway. _ miss Ella Lahmer entertained a number of her Young friends saturday evening. Or. Ii. A. Mackaman was called to Beech City this week in consultation with or. Gowdy. Charles Mclane who is attending Wooster College spent a few Days at Home this week. Miss Jessie Buchanan had a few Young friends in to spend saturday evening. Or. Delong our genial infirmary director made our Sanctum a Friendly visit on saturday last. Messes Howard Smith will Timons and Cleney Yog Nitz spent Turkey Day in new Philadelphia. The dance Given by the Young folks thanksgiving evening was a Success everybody present enjoyed it. Mrs. Kaldenbaugh gave a very delightful reception for her son James and wife at the Exchange hotel thursday evening. Miss Bessie Hoover entertained some of her Young acquaintances in Honor of her two friends misses Thompson and Graham of Uhrichsville saturday evening. _ Emil Bamberger of the firm of Rummer amp Bamberger and or. Jacob Kline of Uhrichsville paid the times office a visit on thursday last. They Are both pleasant gentlemen. Or. And mrs. Mcdermott of Leroy accompanied by their children june Edna and Walter attended the wedding of i r. Mcdermott and miss Ida Rufer thursday. The members of the family of or. John Otis this City held a reunion thanksgiving Day at his residence North Broadway or. And mrs. Yant of Fostoria and or. And mrs. Coel of Navarre did full Justice to the Turkey. Christ. Berkhemer who has been pm Quot played in the Beo Boater office in this City for nearly three years resigned his position there to accept one in the West Bote establishment in Columbus and left for that City last Friday. Success to you Christ. Brace up. Judge Settle who nominated Grant for his second term died of heart disease at Raleigh n. C., of the 1st inst. He was appointed minister to Peru by Grant. There is an apparent inclination on the part of certain teachers in different sections of the state to take Issue with the state school commissioner and the attorney general in the interpretation of certain portions of the recent legislative act relating to examinations. The Section whose official interpretation is chiefly called in question is that relating to examination in physiology and Hygiene. The authorities mentioned above have decided after careful study of this Section that in order that a certificate May be valid after the first of january 1889, it must include physiology and Hygiene. The dispatch is in receipt of a letter from a a pedagogue asking for an a official opinion on this subject. He says that a a township clerk says that while it is Clear that under this Law a Board is prevented from employing a teacher after january 1, 1889, who has not physiology on his certificate yet the teachers of this township having already been employed previous to that Date Are legally entitled to their salaries until the close of the terms for which they have been employed whether they have physiology on their certificates or not. A a pedagogue must therefore decide for himself Between the opinion of the attorney general and state school commissioner on the one hand and a a a township clerk on the dispatch. This May interest some of the teachers of this county. It would be Well for them to attend the first examination and have it added to their certificates if they have not already done so. Those who love to gaze upon the Beautiful should Call and see Jacob Miller s Mammoth Stock of China Ware Glass Ware Bronze Ware and fancy Ware of All kinds. It is absolutely a magnificent China shop not equated in Tuscarawas county. A m never buy stale groceries or Provis p ions. Old canned goods Are dangerous. If you Call at the store of Jacob Miller you can always find what you want and As Good As you want. The Best brands of everything in the provision line always fresh and in Large quantities at Millers. Mrs. Joseph w. Newburgh of canal Dover died on Friday morning last after an illness of several years. She was an aged lady and her ailment was a Large tumor. Or. Lewis held a postmortem examination and removed the tumor which weighed 64 lbs. Mrs. N. Was 77 years old and a life Long Christian lady. A pugilistic Ruffian with the appropriate name of Sullivan attended a meeting of the salvation army at Helena m. T. Vigorous prayers were offered for him to which he objected. The saintly soldiers surround him to offer Consolation and advice and the Philistine commenced to strike out. The soldiers of the lord engaged him in Battle and the pugilist whipped the whole army and put it to flight. Or. P. H. Read editor of the Standard and miss Verna s. Lowmiller were married tuesday morning. Rev. Cook performed the marriage ceremony in the presence of a few of their personal friends. The newly wedded couple left on the Early Tram for Cleveland and Toronto Canada to spend the honeymoon. Miss Lowmiller is an estimable Young lady and has Many friends who wish them a world of happiness. They will not set up housekeeping until Spring. Here is our Pat that your matrimonial bark will Ever sail on a smooth sea. _ done to forget the fair and festival to be Given by the Young people of the lutheran Church tuesday december 18th. Done to Tail to see the Hickory nuts of Hickory renown. They Date their history As far Back As the creation. The walnuts their first Kin will also be there and you will be pleasantly greeted by old father butter nut. Fancy articles of every description Beautiful ornamental and serviceable. There you can refresh yourself with a Fine cup of Coffee or Tea buns cake ice Cream amp a. Also you May for the Small sum of five cents guess As to the number of pickles in a pint Jar. Proceeds to go towards the Purchase of a pipe Organ. Come one and ail. You Are feeling depressed your appetite is poor you Are bothered with headache you Are fidgety nervous and generally out of sorts and want to Brace up. Brace up but not with stimulants Spring medicines or hitters which have for their basis very cheap bad whiskey and which stimulate you for an hour and then leave you in worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood Start heavy action of liver and kidneys restore your vitality and give renewed health and strength. Such a Medicine you will find in electric bitters and Only 50 cents a bottle at Miller amp songs drug store. Some foolish people allow a cough to run until it gets beyond the reach of Medicine. They often say a ooh it will Wear away a hut in most cases it wears them could they be induced to try the successful Medicine called Kempis Balsam which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure they would immediately see excellent effect after taking the first dose. Price 50 cents and $1. Trial size free. At All druggists. 46yl for Sale.�?20 acres of land situated in Goshen township Tus. Co., Ohio. Large Frame House Good stable and outbuilding Orchard of apples pears peaches Etc. This property is within a Quarter of a mile of the Goshen Coal works. These works Are owned and operated by one of the Best companies in Ohio. Property Well situated for a boarding House. Twenty thousand Bank pos scan be made from the Prem ses and which find ready Sale. Apply at the times office or to Henry Burton on the premises. Oct. 4. 41m6 the largest and most Complete Stock of books in Eastern Ohio. Books by the thousand All kinds. Juvenile books an immense Supply. Come and see All at popular prices. 50-3w Wells drug store. The largest lot of Fine Holiday presents Ever purchased by us in Plush Brun leather Bronze and everything the latest. 50w3 Wells drug store. Something have just received a Fine line of Rose and Potpourri jars in All sizes and styles at j. Loutzenheiser�?Ts.�?50, 3w you can save Money by buying your fall and Winter goods at Fribley amp co s. They arc positively Selling at Cost until january 1. 49vv2 a Fine line of Plush and celluloid toilet cases odor cases amp a. Amp cat j. A a. An extraordinary Story is told of two ladies Well known in society who have had to seek the special Protection of the police. The other Day they were walking out of curiosity through the East end and the conversation turned upon the recent murders. They expressed the Hope that the Assassin if caught would he handed Over to the women of the neighbourhood to be lynched. The next Day they both received communications signed a Jack the Ripper a informing them that they had been overheard and traced to their respective Homes and assuring them of a speedy visit from their mysterious correspondent. At Scotland Yard the missives were declared to be in the same hand writing As the More important of those received previous to the Miter Square and Berners Street Liverpool courier. The system of Cream gathering in which so Many dairymen Are interested is gaining Many friends in All parts of the North. The great object being to Lessen the work at Home As Well As to obtain the greatest Price in the Sale of butter. The Cooley system seems to be leading far in Advance of All others and for factories As Well As for private dairies it claims to have no equal. Notice the advertisement wherein is set Forth to some extent the record of triumphs at the great fairs and expositions to which should be added first Premium Rhode Island state fan 1888. It is indeed wonderful what Progress has been made in the Dairy business. Unclaimed letters. Probate court. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office december 3, 1888 will Dunn or Moses Simmons or John Farnsworth miss Laura Hock or Clarence Price miss Lydie Baker or we Hells Annie e barns or Jack Meek. If not called for in fourteen Days Wili be sent to the dead letter office. F. P. Degreif p. Bascoe Johnson a 17 years old boy who lives in Franklin county ga., was brought up before the District court at Atlanta charged with illicit distilling. He pleaded guilty and testified a i used a powder can for the still a common Coffeepot for the Cap and connected them with a gun barrel which answered the purpose of a worm. I mashed a Peck of meal at a time and got about a pint and a half of Mountain Dew from it that is All i know about it. My partners name is Tom Smith a boy who lives in Franklin the Hom Eliest Man in new Philadelphia As Well As the handsomest and others Are invited to Call on any druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs a remedy that is Selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to relieve and cure All chronic and acute coughs asthma bronchitis and consumption. Large bottles 50 cents and $1. 46vl Holiday excursions via Vania lines. Pennsyl excursion tickets at Low round trip rates will be sold by the Pennsylvania lines West of Pittsburgh on . 24th, 25th and 31st, 1888, and Jan. 1st, 1889, Good returning until thursday Jan. 3rd, 1889. No tickets will be sold to adults for less than 25 cents nor to children less than 15 cents. 50-4w the electoral vote of California. Sacramento cat nov. 30. The electoral vote of California As announced by the Secretary of the state today is As follows Harrison 124,809 Cleveland 117,729 Fiske 5,761 Curtis 1,591. Official vote of Kentucky. Louisville ky., nov. 30. The official vote of Kentucky is As follows Cleveland 183,800, Harrison 155,-134, Fisk 5,225, labor 622, Belva Lockwood 2. Ella Wheeler Wilcox believes in progressive immortality that we Are to successively inhabit other planets. Happily Ella does not know. If the troubles of the other planets Are anything like those of this world let us by All Means stick to our old fashioned . Bad roads find miserable weather have loaded Down our shelves with fall and Winter dry goods which we Are offering at wholesale Cash Price until january 1. Remember at Bare Cost. Come Early. Fribley amp co., new Philadelphia Ohio. 49w2 if any of our readers desire steady paying work we advise them to write j. E. Whitney nurseryman Rochester new York for terms to agents As he furnishes Fine outfits free. Iii Stock is warranted and prices reasonable. Experience is not needed. 4gwl2 All our goods Are bought from first hands either direct from the manufacturer or imported. We have bought in such Large quantities that we can give you the closest possible bargains and will make it an object to Purchase from us. 50w3 m. E. Wells. New Cash store. You will do Well to Call and see j. W. Stoody a new Stock of groceries and provisions in his new store on West High Street opposite m. E. Church. 50-4w m. V. Ream has a Good seven room House on Ray Street for rent. Enquire for further particulars at his Law office. 48tf a merry Christmas a come in and see the Large line of Holiday goods we have just received. J. Louzeni Weisek. A Complete Stock of Rochester lamps at Wells drug store. Otice is hereby Given that the Fol lowing accounts and vouchers of executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed in the office of the probate court of Tuscarawas county Ohio and will be for hearing on saturday december 22d, 1888 and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed of. Final account and vouchers of Robert Lyons jr., guardian of Rachel Llagun. Final account and vouchers of William Latto executor of the will of Hughey Carruthers deceased. First account and vouchers of Henry f Baab administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Frederick Baab deceased. Third account and vouchers of James a. Burgess and Galen d. Burgess executors of the will of David Burgess deceased. Final account and vouchers of Lewis s. Winsch guardian of James Wages. Final account and vouchers of Valentine Wenz administrator of the estate of Treacy a. Carlin deceased. Final account and vouchers of George n. Joss guardian of Albert c. Joss. First account and vouchers of Washington h. Westhafer administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Samuel Smith deceased. Final account and vouchers of Isaac i. Simmers guardian of William h. Van Lehn and supplemental final account and vouchers of Isaac i. Simmers guardian of James h. Van Lehn. Final account and vouchers of John w. King administrator of the estate of Chloe r. K. Jones deceased. Final account and vouchers of Joseph h. Shull executor of the will of Joseph Shull deceased fourth account Ami vouchers of James Boals guardian of James 11. Boals. First account and vouchers of Robert Smith executor of the will of Ida k. Smith deceased. Second account and vouchers of Francis s. Mcclelland executor of the will of Richard Mcclelland deceased. Final account and vouchers of John j. Munk administrator of the estate of Anna Munk deceased. First account and vouchers of John c. De seeker executor of the will of John m. De seeker deceased. First account and vouchers of Jacob Hambach executor of Wendelin Hambach deceased. First account and vouchers of Oliver h. Hoover trustee of the estate of Gustave Trustdorf under the will of Charles h. Trustdorf deceased. Final account and vouchers of Andrew c. Latto executor of the will of Alexander Latto deceased. Final account and vouchers of Benjamin Fowler executor of the will of Catharine Fowler deceased. Final account and vouchers of Henry Geib guardian of Benedict r. Goodman. Third account and vouchers of Cyrus hummed guardian of Blanche hummed. Final account and vouchers of Wesley m. Tracy administrator of the estate of Eliza buried deceased. Fina account and vouchers of Wesley m. Tracy administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Amelia Shaffer deceased. Final account and vouchers of Israel Berkshire deceased late guardian of Lucretia Berkshire As rendered by Robert Carruthers executor of the will of Israel Berkshire deceased. Final account and vouchers of John r. Gaytred one of tie administrators of tie estate of Perry g. Gaytred a. Amended first account and vouchers of Remus r. Cartrell one of the administrators of the estate of Perry g. Gaytred deceased. Final account and vouchers of David Fox guardian of Emory w. Henderson. Dated . 4, 1988�?4w j. W. Yeagley 50 probate j Edge. Transfers of real estate. I a compiled in the office of the recorder of deeds. 1 Louis Zellner to Charles Zellner part of lot 396, new Philadelphia $1,300 Jas a d Richards to Jacob w Stoody lot 143, new Philadelphia $300. Fanny s Vinton of Al to Plin Vinton it Al 235 acres Dover township $13,740. Same to same part of lot 289, Dover $4,500. Geo Betscher it Al to ii o Andreas lot 32, Dover $200. Catharine Ley to Catharine Opp ii 53 93-100 acres Oxford $1,100. Fanny s Vinton it Al to it Ary v 3/c-Nulty, 169 74-100 acres Goshen $8,487. Henry c Vinton it Al to Fanny s Vinton lots 311 and 312, new Philadelphia $5,500. Fanny s Vinton it Al to ii c Vinton it Al five acres Goshen $3,000. Fanny s Vinton it Al to ii c Vinton it Al lots 11 and 12, new Philadelphia $500. Fanny s Vinton it Al to h c Vinton it Al lots 390, 391 and 392, new Philadelphia $2,000. Fanny s Vinton it Al to Henry c Vinton 119 76-100 acres Goshen 7,185.60. Fanny s Vinton it Al to Alvin Vinton 204.1 acres Goshen 6,816.66. Thos Walker to John w had lot 4, Dennison $100. We t Guthrie to Clara j a Oore lot 27, Uhrichsville 400. O c Lawbaugh to Beriah Johnson lot 85, Shan Svide 1,900. We Jennings to John Lantzer nine acres Wayne township 460. Steam Hea. Passenger cars. A the Experiment of heating trains by steam has been successfully tested by one Western line the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway and now the through Vestibule trains of that company leaving Chicago every Day for St. Paul and Minneapolis at 5 30 p a and leading Minneapolis at 6 50 p in and St. Paul at 7 30 p a for Milwaukee and Chicago Are systematically equipped with steam heating apparatus. No matter what degree of cold May exist anywhere along the line an even temperature of heat is maintained throughout the Interior of the train. As rapidly As possible All through trains on the various other lines of the Chicago Milwaukee amp St Paul railway will be provided with appliances for the heating of its coaches by steam. 46wl2 unheard of bargains in dry goods at Fribley amp cons just now. Try it yourself. A it is of no use to argue the question Philip i am neither stubborn nor opinionated i have simply had a lesson that will last a life look Here Jack you Are like some old Bachelor who has been jilted by one women and goes about declaring and women Are a not at All my brother Charley died of Brights disease brought on by using one of those so called a blood purifiers a the kind you see attractively advertised in every Nook and Corner. It contains iodide of potassium a drug useful in extreme cases when cautiously Given under a doctors supervision but death dealing to and who take it m Quantity. If your brother had died under such circumstances you would hate Patent medicines As i a a i do dislike the name of that mis called a blood purifier a for 1 have heard a first class physician say it is the cause of half the cases of Brights disease in the country and it is strange the proprietors have not been prosecuted for Selling it. But i was recommending vinegar bitters and that does not contain any Mineral narcotic or other hurtful a ooh nobody supposes that old woman a remedy will Hurt anybody the question is will it cure anything id As soon think of taking some of my grandmothers Herb a by a of would be better off Jack if you had some of that Tea to tone up your system now instead of taking a Glass of Brandy to make you sleep one night and perhaps a bottle of Beer the a a is this a Temperance lecture Phil a a no it is a vinegar bitters lecture. In be taken the Medicine More or less for fifteen years and look the world Over you will not find a healthier Man than i a what is All this nonsense about old style and new style vinegar bitters Are they different a a yes the old style looks like Coffee with milk in it the new style like Coffee without milk. The Man who made the old style for Twenty years a practical chemist made a Milder pleasanter preparation adding to it Here and taking from it there until he produced my wife says the finest Medicine Ever made. It cured her of constipation and it cures the children of hives and All the Little ailments they Ever have. If my wife thinks they have Worms she doses them with old style. We always have loth kinds in the House and together they keep the doctor away. A a and you insist that the proof of the pudding a a a is the eating precisely. Jack get a bottle of tiie old style vinegar bitters a men i think prefer old style usually try it and you will then he like an old Bachelor who after railing against women for years fall in love with a Good woman at last. You will say tit re Are Good and bad Patent medicines but vinegar bitters is the Best of the a fall right. Phil to pleas you ill try it and report $1 the celebrated Only Temperance bitters known. Vinegar bitters a Beautiful books free. Ail Dess h. Ii. Mcdonald drug co., 3yl 532 Washington Street new York. Grand clearance Sale. We wish to Call the attention of the people of Tuscarawas county to the fact that we Are overstocked with overcoats cloaks menus and boys suits and Woolen goods in Gem ral. It is no fault of ours but the weather constant rain and warm weather barred Sale of Woolen goods. We quote you special prices on overcoats 7 $25.00 Fine Kersey Coats French plaid lining $16.50. $20 Satin lined Chinchilla Beaver $14.75. $15 Chinchilla Beaver $12.50. $12.50 braided Edge Chinchilla Beaver $10. Space forbids our mentioning prices but we wish it understood that no firm in the county can show a cleaner better assorted line of cloaks and wraps than we. We Call attention to out $1 and $5 line of Short wraps. Cloaks from $1.25 to $50. Menus suits from $1.50 to $2<>. Press goods. 40c, 36-Inch All Wool flannels 30c. 5 pc 36-Inch All Wool Tricot 37 pc. 35c, 36-Inch English Cashmere 25c. $1.75,54-in Broadcloth in colors,$1.50. 1.25,54-in a a a a 1.00. Other bargains in Domestic flannels notions Etc., at prices astonishingly Low. Call Early and secure the plums. Holiday goods. If you Are looking around for something out of the Ordinary line for Christmas for presents come and see our line of Plush toilet setts manicures shaving and work Box setts Fine and damask linens with napkins to match. Table spreads in Chenille and j ate. Furs we have in Mink Beaver Monkey and opossum. Our Stock is Complete. Call and see us and we guarantee you satisfaction. Renner at Johnson new Deis Block canal Dover Ohio. 48w4 our Chicago and Denver express. Commencing sunday october 28th, the Only exclusive through Pullman car line from Chicago to Denver via Council Bluffs and Omaha will be established Over the Chicago Milwaukee a St. Paul and Union Pacific railways on the following Tunc schedule leave Chicago daily 10 40 p. Arrive Council Bluffs 6 50 a a arrive Omaha. 7 05 a a leave Omaha. 8 00 a a arrive Denver 2d Day 5 25 a a this train makes direct connection with All trains from the East arriving in Chicago at night. Sleeping car fare $6.00. Excursion tickets to All Colorado Points now on Sale. 45wl0 the remains of mrs. General Sherman who died at her Home in new York last wednesday morning passed through Here Over the pan handle yesterday at noon in route to St. Louis for interment. In a special car attached to the train were the sorrowing family general w. T. Sherman his two sons and four . My Plain dealer an 8 Page 56 column Strong aggressive democratic newspaper. The Plain dealer will devote itself earnestly to the restoration of the democratic supremacy in the councils of the nation. The Plain dealer believes in equal rights and an honest vote that unnecessary taxation is unjust taxation that a a monopolies and a a trusts Are a menace to our free institutions. The Plain dealer prints a Complete epitome of the news in every Issue. Subscription Price Only one Dollar a year. Accurate and reliable Market reports Complete and exact. The Plain dealer never guesses. Specially valuable to Farmers. The farming department will alone save the Farmer Many dollars. The veterinary department is specially valuable and open to All subscribers free of charge. All tiie sporting news. Editorial sketches illustrated articles family Council and Many other attractive features making it the newspaper you want free Sample to anyone. Price Only one Dollar a year address the Plain dealer 227 Bank St., Cleveland Cash commissions paid to postmasters or agents. 48 court of common pleas. Third assignment of cases. Tuesday . 11. John Booth v Blackband Iron co. Edward Mcgrew v John d Bailey. F h Groff v David Barnheiser. Thursday . 13. Ohio v Watkin Watkins. Friday . 14. Daniel Maughiman v Isaac Maughiman. John c Lintner v John w bid Well. W b Kennedy v James Mccue. J. W. Midelton v Frank Black. Lucinda Maughiman v Isaac Maughiman. Edward Housou v Eliza j Sisson. Peter Eckert v Thomas Moore a t.�. Saturday. Die. 15. Wentz Wagner at co v v . Joseph k conwel v Oscar a Cranson. Westinghouse co v Elijah Hostetler. Monday . 17. Samuel Douglas v Sarah e dough William Willigman v Ezra Albaugh. Tuesday . 18. Christena Dutton v William j Dutton. Susan Johnson v Gliamas j Johnson. Mary a Pyle v Illarion m pole. Washington kale it Al v we Shaw. Wednesday . 19. Thos Banning v Louisa Miller. Harriet Stocker v Christian Stocker. James i. Stewart v the new Philadelphia pipe works. Thursday Dee. 20. Anna Albert v Albert. Charles Schneider v Theodor Ning. Doretta Llovett v Edward Ifo Eft. He Friday . 21. Anna 1 Pfeffer v Martha gananian. Henry Bowers v Riley j Aultman. C e Miller v Lewis l Travis. 11 l Weatherford v Daniel Maughiman. Julia ii Dutton v Jos a win Spear. L s Cunningham v Solomon let Felt r. John Galbraith v we Barnhill. Harrison Arnold v i h Kurtz. Elizabeth Kohr v Anna e merchants National Bank v Vicle. Las Wentz. Robert Render v a Arion 1 Skeals. Alice a in him v Floyd Jinnis. Catharine Forsyth v Benj Forsyth. Wilson v Henry Gardner. Cephus c Casio v Joseph a win Spear. Their business booming probably no one thing has i such a general revival of Trade at f. Miller at songs drug store As their giving away to their customers of he Many free trial Littles of or. Kings new discovery for consumption. Their Trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs colds asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung diseases quickly on rial. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free Large size $1. Every bottle warranted. For Sale or will Trade for a Small piece of land or property in new Philadelphia a hotel stand in the town of Philipsburg this county. The lot is Large and has Good buildings on it also Hall or rink on the same lot. A Good bar and Pool room in connection with the hotel. Good stable. For information Call at the times office. 46tf. Market reports. Times office december 6, 1888. Flour Patent bbl. $ 6 00 a a a a sack. 1 50 a a Best family Quot i bbl. $ 5 20 a a Amber sack. 1 40 a a a a new proc. 1 50 wheat Quot i Bushel. 1 00 corny new it Bushel. 40 Oats new it Bushel. 35 Rye Bushel. 55 butter a Pound. 18 eggs dozen. 20 buckwheat flour Quot i Pound. 05 hams Pound. 12 shoulders u Pound. 09 sides pm Pound. 09 lard i Pound. 09 f allow of Pound. 04 a beef�?11 Pound. 07 a 15 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 White Lime barrel. 1 00 Akron cement�?11 barrel .1 35 calcined plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster�?11 ton. 9 00 a a a barrel 1 50 potatoes Bushel new .30 dried peaches Quot to Pound .03 dried applet a a Quot Pound 01 Kaost Pound. 01 onions i Bushel. 50 Hay Piton new. 12 00 Timothy seed Bushel .2 00 Wool. 21�? fertilizers ton. 35 00 Clover seed�?1$ Bushel. Chickens a Pound. 04@05 ducks a Pound. 06 turkeys a Pound. 07 geese apiece. 40@50

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