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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 13, 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 every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times volume Philadelphia o., thursday december 13, 1888. The a times Quot advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 mo.6 to. 1 y . One Inch. S 1 00 8 2 00 8 3 00 8 5 60 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 501 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 501 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Number 51. Professional cards. John w. Nixon. D., physician and surgeon. Office in the tinker building South Broadway. Residence front Street with Lark Williams. A c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building South Broadway. Residence two doors South 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 and Loining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 4.yl j h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. Lei Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to Las care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Joseph p. Murphy a livery amp feed stable Phillips Burgh. Ohio. First class rigs 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 no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat a faction Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6y2 pate1tts. H. Amp a. P. Lacey procure patents in the it. A. Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc., sent free. Address r. A a. P. Lacey Patent att is. Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T83yl Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 100 amp 10s water St., Cleveland. P. H. Babcock ii. Hurd jr., Babcock. 11. A. Bishop Hurd tio resale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 24yl new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. 11. T. Minx 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 the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases 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 otherwise promptly an so ered. Office Over Loutzenheise re a drug store new Philadelphia. Ohio 4yl steam engines boilers and machinery. Engines and boilers for Mill shop farm in every size and style desired and to suit every purpose. Saw Mills and Wood working and feed Mills shafting pulleys belting and Mill supplies. Also a Large lot Good second hand engines and other machinery very cheap. Harmes machine depot. 97 amp 99 first ave., Pittsburgh a. 48yl Money to loan first Mortozie farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More and for sums $1,000 and upwards. Privilege making partial payments 3100 More Loans granted and Extension 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, 1888. 20yrs. Practice in pensions amp Soldier claims. Success no fees. Send for new Laws. C. Sites amp co., atty a Washington,. Notice Sale desperate claims. Rile Itne signed will sell at puh lie auction at 2 clock p. M., saturday december 22d, 1888, at the Post office building it Ragersville Ohio the desperate claims be ongoing to the estate Jacob Krebs jr., deceased. Terms Cash. Abraham Youngen administrator Jacob Krebs . V. Ream attorney. 49w4 co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray. A magnificent daily train service 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 Montana thursday december 13, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a a the new timf.8 will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance .�81 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the times. Remember the times office is Headquarters for neat and artistic Job printing and our prices Are reasonable in every particular. Coshocton turned her electric lights last week and her citizens express themselves highly pleased with the improvement. The latest advices from Africa is that Stanley still lives and is proceeding at the Back the great Oil Rivers under the British Flag and that the natives Are Friendly. His expedition requires a Long period to reach the coast. Omaha Nebraska has a High License which is claimed to be highly beneficial in doing away with saloons. The fee is �1,000. There Are 215 saloons in the City Omaha and which City has a population 100,000. Emperor William Berlin is confined with an ear complaint. It May become a serious matter and remove the present Crown head. Germany has her share fatality among her leading men. An investigation is to be made concerning the alaskan scandal. It has been charged through the newspapers that the soldiers stationed there have subjected the Indian women to great indignities. The Story looks a Little a a fisheye for the reason that the regular army enforce the strictest discipline and the officers surely would not allow it. Secretary Whitney has ordered three vessels to proceed at once to Hayti. The release the vessel seized by the Hay teens has been demanded and if not complied with it will be taken by Force. There is a kind rebellion in Progress in Hayti and very Flimsy pretexts Are taken for committing seizures Neutral vessels that Are trading with that Island. Or. John w. Nixon Jefferson co., has located Here in our City. He moved his family last week and has rented the office formerly occupied by . G. L. Tinker South Broadway. Or. Nixon is a straightforward Christian gentleman skilled in his profession and is worthy a share the Public patronage. We have known him for 15 years and know whereof we speak. Doings the week. Charles Schmidt a former canal Dover boy was arrested in Massillon last saturday charged with having murdered an old Man by the name Frazee while in a lumber Yard in Cleveland the 19th Day june 1887. It is said he committed the deed by striking his victim the head with a Hammer. He was taken to Cleveland and lodged in jail. It is a wonder the cow boys from the Indian territory done to capture that foul mouthed Ingalls Kansas As a a a Maverick a for he surely has not the Brand either political party even a gentleman. A Man that will circulate slanderous matter about the president and his wife knowing it to be false is not fit to have the Protection the United states government. Two Large pottery establishments Are now being constructed in Wheeling West a. One will employ 350 men and the other quite a Large number. Why could not new Philadelphia throw out some inducement for a pottery to locate Here. It would be quite a Benefit to the town. Let Home capitalists join with some others who Are skilled in the business. For maps and general information inquire your own ticket age to f. I. Whitney. Geum a Pas. And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. Southern Ohio papers say that Cadiz has the Promise a Branch Railroad to connect with the w. A l. Independent. If their Branch was no better than the wheelbarrow line from Cadiz Junction the Panhandle main line to Cadiz it would be but Little Benefit to the town. What Cadiz needs is a main line Road. The Cannon Ball line would do the town some Good if built. The Steubenville Herald charges the High school girls that City with immoral conduct such As going into saloons and drinking. The attention the Board was called to it and it was found that certain girls had been in saloons drinking after school hours but the school Board had no jurisdiction in the Case. Steubenville is trying to keep Pace with Columbus. The charge was lately made by the Columbus journal that thirty boys and girls the Public schools frequented saloons together. Anything you know to be metropolitan eleven the White Cap band the Indiana Side were indicted by the last grand jury for Crawford county. Futhey will be prosecuted with a vengeance. Chief police col. Deitsch Cincinnati has received a warning from the White Caps that if he does not close up certain Dens in the City he will come in for severe punishment. The object the White Caps is to Stop evil doers in their wild career such As thieving abuse family adultery and any other misconduct. But the danger is that it will soon cause bloodshed and murder like the Bald Knob Bers Missouri. Better let a few guilty ones escape. The one Hundredth anniversary the death Rev. Charles Wesley one the founders methodism and the most gifted hymn writer Christendom will be celebrated in the methodist episcopal Church next sunday at 7 . Hymns . Wesley a composing will be Sung and Brief addresses will be made by j. A. Richards Esq., Rev. E. P. Jacob and the pastor. All Are invited. Eli Knisely an old and respected citizen North Broadway died tuesday afternoon after an illness but a few Days. He caught a severe cold producing lung trouble which soon did its fatal work. Or. Knisely lived alone for several years doing his own work and cooking a great portion the time thereby depriving himself Many comforts in the Way living that probably hastened his death. He has a brother living in new York and one near this City. Rev. Simon delivered a Sermon to the Young men which was very Able and instructive and was listened to by a Large audience the Chapel auditorium being filled. The singing under the leadership Chas. F. Welty was very Good. The Young men who acted As Ushers and those who attended to the collection deserve Praise for their quiet gentlemanly behaviour Rev. Simon will in the near future deliver an address to the Young ladies and we bespeak for him a very Large and appreciative audience. Uhn Casville has been visited once More by fire. Last thursday night a fire broke out in the Telegraph office in the building adjoining John West son water Street. It spread rapidly through two three buildings causing considerable damage before the fire was put out. The new water works proved a Good thing and prevented quite a conflagration. Or. E. Battershell suffered considerable loss from the tire and water to his dental office. Or. Creels five and ten cent store came in for a heavy share the loss also mrs. Beagles millinery Stock. It is said More goods were damaged by water than by fire. Some the parties however carried insurance. A runaway occurred our streets tuesday afternoon. A team owned by a . Limbaugh was hitched in front Louis Zellener a store when the band accompanying the opera Tampany began to play the Street they became frightened broke Loose and ran Down East High Street. Near the lutheran Church they ran to the pavement and dashed Down it for quite a distance and finally came in contract with a lamp Post breaking it Down demolishing the Wagon and harness. One the horses became detached and ran Down the Street. The horses were caught but will doubtless be inclined to take fright at bands music at any time hereafter and run away again. Luckily no one was Hurt. Leaders bands should at once cease playing when it is seen that they Are frightening a team until it can be removed. They ought to be liable for damages in such cases and doubtless Are if the question was raised. We have frequently noticed a band continuing to play when it could not help being cognizant the fact it was frightening horses and liable to cause trouble. Shadrack Cape Sandy township was arrested saturday last charged with cutting one Zebulon Sparks with intent to kill. It appears that about two weeks ago Sparks was having a line surveyed Between his land and that . Copes. The ill feeling that had existed Between the two men for several years past was re kindled this occasion. Cope assaulted Sparks first with his fist and then with a knife inflicting several wounds one in the face penetrating through into the Mouth and one a Slit in the ear and a Cut two the head. Or. Hoover the Surveyor separated them. Or. Sparks filed the complaint before j. H. Booth Esq. A hearing Wras had monday and Cope was recognized to the court common pleas under Bond. Cope was the aggressor striking the first blow but found his match in strength and would have been flogged had he not resorted to the knife. There is no doubt that Cope was in fault and will Likely have a Lively tussle with the Law to escape the severe penalty the same. Both Are prosperous Farmers Sandy township and it is to be regretted that two neighbors should have such a feeling existing Between them. The Case the incorporated Village Dennison is. George Dugan for violating the prohibition ordinance came up for hearing error in the circuit court last week. The mayors court and court common pleas were reversed. The circuit court held that the ordinance was null and void. One the Legal questions in the Case grew out the manner in which the ordinance was passed. The Council passed the ordinance under a suspension the rules requiring them to be read at three different meetings without a Reading. The mayors court and common pleas held Dugan for a violation the ordinance. He was acting As he claimed As agent for a brewing company in taking orders for Beer and delivering it to individuals from the train. The goods were billed direct from the company to the purchaser which was held by the courts below to he an indirect Way carrying the business and therefore a violation the ordinance. This raised the question As to we Hether it was the intent the Law makers to reach parties Selling to individuals in quantities. The circuit court held that it could not reach that class but Only those who were regularly engaged in the traffic buying liquor and retailing it. The lower courts were said to err in the construction the statute. The Case will probably be carried to the supreme court the latter question for the purpose establishing a precedent. If the ordinance was illegally passed it will create a Ripple in the lawmaking Power Many corporations for Many corporations rushed through their prohibition ordinance in the same Way. Doings the week. First the season the Snow the Beautiful Snow nothing More Beautiful in this clime. not forget the fair and festival to be held at the lutheran Church basement tuesday evening . 18. No cheap auction goods at ii. E. Espenschied a jewelry store. All genuine goods. 51-3w a Good 1300 Pound draft horse six years old for Sale cheap. Call i. L. Hykes Barnhill Ohio. 50w2 judge Raley Carrollton sentenced John Henry to two years imprisonment in the Ohio Penitentiary for burglary. Fred Boden coloured Dennison was arrested the charge Petit Lar Cenci and lodged in the county jail last week. Prices Are very reasonable at the jewelry store ii. E. Espenschied and the goods always give satisfaction. 51-3w two passenger trains the Denver amp Rio Grande r. R. Tried to pass each other the same track the 20th inst. Two men killed and several injured. The following marriage licenses have been granted Charles r Wallace and Viola Latto George w Barnett and Elizabeth Sells William c dudgeon and Sarah c Benson Charles Winsch and Emma Heck. If you want to buy a Holiday present for a Friend any member your family go to Jacob Millers and buy something substantial useful and Beautiful from his assortment China Glass Bronze and fancy wares. Thomas i. Copeland Harrison county was tried for burglary last week convicted and sentenced by judge Pearce to six years imprisonment in the Penitentiary. He lived at Cadiz Junction and burglarized a car. Some Rascal broke in and robbed the Shanesville Post office the night december 4th. The Safe was blown open and about �100 in Stamps were taken. Twenty five dollars Reward is offered for the arrest the thief. Monday a Stone rolled off the Stone Quarry upon the c. A p. Track and if it had been night would have caused a terrible Accident. Fortunately it was Day time and was discovered in time. Before buying your Holiday goods done to forget to Call at ii. E. Espen Schiedt a jewelry store West High Street and see his Fine assortment Silver plated Ware All kinds. We guarantee Good Quality and fair prices. 51-3w if you want Home roasted and fresh Coffee you had better go to Jacob Millers. He Downs them All by keeping the Best groceries. He has More China Ware and Glass Ware than any ten stores in Tuscarawas county. Buy your Holiday goods there. Those who love to gaze upon the Beautiful should Call and see Jacob Millers Mammoth Stock China Ware Glass Ware Bronze Ware and fancy Ware All kinds. It is absolutely a magnificent China shop not equated in Tuscarawas county. Never buy stale groceries provisions. Old canned goods Are dangerous. If you Call at the store Jacob Miller you can always find what you want and As Good As you want. The Best brands everything in the provision line always fresh and in Large quantities at Millers. For Sale.�? West Ray St., a Large two Story Frame building 12 Good sized rooms front and Back stairway Gas in every room piped for water Nice cellar Beautiful Yard and Shade Trees Good barn Etc. Terms easy. For further particulars enquire j. Ii. Booth. 51 j. Burry a son Are making a great Slaughter in prices wraps All kinds furs and Woolen underwear from now until after the holidays. We Are not going to wait As some do until after the holidays for we have a Large Stock and wish to reduce it. Come in now and select your goods and make your purchases. We mean just what we say. 51-2w Don t forget the fair and festival to be Given by the Young people the lutheran Church tuesday december 18th. Done to fail to see the Hickory nuts 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 every description Beautiful ornamental and serviceable. There you can refresh yourself with a Fine cup Coffee Tea buns cake ice Cream a. Also you May for the Small sum five cents guess As to the number pickles in a pint Jar. Proceeds to go towards the Purchase a pipe Organ. Come Noe and All. At the annual election officers new Philadelphia Hose company no. 1 and no. 2, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year Foreman we. Bechold. Assistant Albert Kuenzli. Secretary William w. Bowers. Treasurer . R. Kislig. Steward Frederick Gintz. Sex. Dick. John s. Knisely. Peter Smith. Hose cart no. 1. Captains John s. Knisely. Assistant a. A. Kaserman. Hose cart no. 2. Captains a. G. Diefenbacher. Assistant William Grunder. Our City a visitors. I court common pleas. Probate court. Try it yourself. Mrs. Oliver Knisely is spending a week with Canton friends. Or. P. H. Read and lady have returned from their wedding trip. Mrs. Or. Chas. Gentsch Cleveland is visiting her parents this City. Mrs. Jacob Dick has been suffering terribly with a soar foot and is unable to walk. Miss Birdie Janes Ann Arbor Michigan is visiting her aunt mrs. E. An Derman East High Street. Mrs. Fred Hartzel and Little daughter Canton Are the guests mrs. Judge Patrick West fair Street. Mrs. James English Kansas City who has been a visit to friends in new Philadelphia has gone to Philadelphia a. _ editor Mcllvain returned Home yesterday from the National editorial excursion through Texas and the South West. Misses Annie and Allie Bates gave a fashionable Tea party to about eighty invited guests at Exchange hotel Friday evening last. Fred Degreif and his sister mrs. E. Gooding Lima o., will arrive at their Home in this City Friday to remain during the holidays. Mrs. Luper came to new Philadelphia a few Days ago Enro Ute for Uhrichsville to see her son . Emory Battershell. Or. B., we understand has sustained heavy loss by fire. A word about California. The Western railroads have recognized the importance California travel by placing fast and improved trains in service and endeavouring in every Way to remove the tedium the Long journey. If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific slope this Winter it will be Well for you to communicate with the nearest passenger ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines who will give you the tallest information about All the roads and sell you tickets at the lowest rates via any route you May choose. 51-2w will they wed it is stated that Coshocton will most probably enjoy a Case genuine mis egnation. A Young girl living with her parents in the Vicinity the cemetery has for some time accepted the company and attentions a coloured Man and the report is that they will soon marry. A messenger sent by the girls father called at the office the probate j Edge a few Days since and asked if a License had been granted the couple but the application for the permission to wed had not been Coshocton Standard. A gift for All. In order to give All a Chance to test it and thus be convinced its wonderful curative Powers i r. Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds will be for a limited time Given away. This offer is not Only Liberal but shows unbounded Faith in the merits this great remedy. All who suffer from coughs colds consumption asthma bronchitis any affection Throat Chest lungs Are especially requested to Call at Miller a songs drug store and get a trial bottle free. Large Bot Les �1. _ for Sale.�?20 acres land situated in Goshen township Tus. Co., Ohio. Large Frame House Good stable and outbuilding Orchard apples pears peaches Etc. This property is within a Quarter a mile the Goshen Coal works. These works Are owned and operated by one 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 to Henry Burton the premises. Oct. 4. 41 my a great Surprise is in store for All who use Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs the great guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it is sold its merits and that any druggist is authorized by the proprietor this wonderful remedy to give you a Sample bottle free it never fails to cure acute chronic coughs. All druggists sell Kempis Balsam. Large bottles 50 cents and �1. Every lady proceeding s. Suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness Etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive full particulars a new treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . In. Ii. Armstrong 3033 Cambridge St., phila., a. 51yl Holiday excursions via c. Amp m. Railway. Excursion tickets at Low round trip rates will be sold by the Cleveland a Marietta railway co., december 24th, 25th and 31st 1888 and january 1st 1889. Tickets will he Good for return passage up to and including january 3rd,1889. Holiday excursions the c. Amp m. Railway. Holiday excursion rates will be granted to and from All stations the Cleveland a Marietta ry., . 24th, 25th, and 31st 1888 and january 1st 1889. Strayed stolen a Poland China Brood sow weight about 350 pounds. A Liberal Reward will be Given the person finding this animal. Jacob d. Reed. New Philadelphia Ohio. If you want a Nice watch clock for a Christmas present you will do Well to Call and see the Beautiful line goods at h. E. Espenschied a. 51-3w a Fine assortment solid Gold set rings for both gents and ladies at reasonable prices at h. E. Espenschied a store. 51-3w jury trials. Aneth m Young v John Lunitz jury withdrawn Case settled. Harding a Meek v Henry Harmon. Virginia Bailey v w l Wallick verdict for plaintiff �125. Defendant to plead. John Orr a sons v h a Hessmer. Thomas Lanning v Louisa Miller. Charles Schneider v Theodore Lanning. Cases continued. Daniel c Gentsch v Oliver Knisely. J d Otis v Susan Swihart. Walter Lund v wilis r Crater. Jemima Brown v Robert ii Brown. Alda j Fleck v Frank Fleck. Samuel a Lebold v the Hartford insurance company. Markley Kugler a co v a w Gilbert a co. The Nashville Iron co v the new Philadelphia Iron and steel co. Jus k Kaldenbaugh v b f Stocker. Lewis Carhart v Levi i it Williams. J d Bernd a co v l s Richards. Andrew Deis v c t Hurd. John a Himes v Samuel i Waltz. Joseph Nulty v Chasles ii Winner. Confirmations. Lucy a Munk v Albert Baltzley. Plaintiff to plead. Jesse Landes v Casper Singhouse. Edward Ila Eft v Margaret Ansell. Cases dismissed. Jos Gordon v David Barkhymer. John d Mardis v John Mcruiz. Cases settled. Sampliner a Rich v a a Hostetler. J i Bernd a co v John a Hostetler. Joseph Horne a co v same. Bamberger Bloom a co v same. J r Burnham a co v same. Landerman harsh Minerva Meneley Wood Brown a co v same. Welker a Reese v j a Hostetler. John a Hostetler v Cornelius j Mclane. Edward Rosemond v Ernst Schneider. David Gebler v Wesley Swank. Circuit court. John Edie v Mary a Edie settled and costs paid. We r Jones v Jacob Sheumaker dismissed at Cost plaintiff. Ellen s Wagner v Cornelia g Zuta Vern dismissed at Cost defendant. Anola s Lewis v Jacob Knoblock dismissed at plaintiffs Cost. John a Beaber receiver v r .1 w Dodd adjourned to april Calendar. Bertha Meyers v Jennie Bailey dropped from Calendar. In the matter allowance for court Constable. Geo Dugan v Village Dennison error in proceedings no evidence tending to show that plaintiff in error was guilty the tense charged in affidavit that the purported ordinance for alleged violation is not a Legal ordinance. G w Hilton and David Judy v w f Clark reversed upon grounds petition in error. The american express co v Hawk a Tracy reversed ground admission testimony against the objection plaintiff in error. A w Sampliner v John a Hostetler a co reversed grounds that the weight evidence was against verdict and judgement. We ii Swihart v John d Otis referred to t i Healea to take and report conclusions Law and fact. Della m Gilgin v John i Otis referred to t i Healea to take and report conclusion Law and fact. James Wilcoxen v we d Logan referred to j ii Booth to take and report conclusions Law and fact. Belinda c Craigo v Jos k con Well finding for defendant petition dismissed motion for new trial. Transfers real estate. Notice is hereby Given that the following accounts and vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed in the office the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio and will be for hearing saturday december 22d, 1888 and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed . Final account and vouchers Robert Lyons jr., guardian Rachel Haun. Final account and vouchers William Latto executor the will Hughey Carruthers deceased. First account and vouchers Henry f. Baab. Administrator with the will annexed the estate Frederick Baab deceased. Third account and vouchers James a. Burgess and Galen d. Burgess executors the will David Burgess deceased. Final account and vouchers Lewis s. Winsch guardian James it. Wages. Final account and vouchers Valentine Wenz administrator the estate Treacy a. Carlin deceased. Final account and vouchers George x. Joss guardian Albert c. Joss. First account and vouchers Washington h. Westhafer administrator with the will annexed the estate Samuel Smith deceased. Final account and vouchers Isaac i. Simmers guardian William h. Van Lehn and supplemental final account and vouchers Isaac i. Simmers guardian James h. Van Lehn. Final account and vouchers John w. King administrator the estate Chloe k. K. Jones deceased. Final account and vouchers Joseph ii. Shall executor the will Joseph Shull deceased fourth account and vouchers James Boals guardian James 11. Finals. F first account and vouchers Robert Smith executor the will Ida k. Smith deceased. Second account and vouchers Francis s. Mcclelland executor the will Richard Mcclelland deceased. Final account and vouchers John j. Munk administrator the estate Anna Munk deceased. First account and vouchers John c. Dessecker executor the will John m. Dessecker deceased. First account and vouchers Jacob Lambach executor Wendelin Hambach deceased. First account and vouchers Oliver ii. Hoover trustee the estate Gustave Trustdorf under the will Charles h. Trustdorf deceased. Final account and vouchers Andrew c. Latto executor the will Alexander Latto deceased. Final account and vouchers Benjamin Fowler executor the will Catharine Fowler deceased. Final account and vouchers Henry Geib guardian Benedict r. Goodman. Third account and vouchers Cyrus Hummell guardian Blanche hum Mell. Final account and vouchers Wesley m. Tracy administrator the estate John Burrell deceased. Final account and vouchers Wesley m. Tracy administrator the estate Eliza Burrell deceased. Fina account and vouchers Wesley m. Tracy administrator with the will annexed the estate Amelia Shaffer deceased. Final account and vouchers Israel Berkshire deceased late guardian Lucretia Berkshire As rendered by Robert Carruthers executor the will Israel Berkshire deceased. Final account and vouchers John r. It Jarrell one the administrators the estate Perry g. Gartrell a. Amended first account and vouchers Remus r. Cartrell one the administrators the estate Perry g. Gartrell deceased. Final account and vouchers David Fox guardian Emory w. Henderson. Dated . 4, 1988�?4w j. W. Yeagly 50 probate j Edge. A a it is 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 All women Are a a not at All my brother Charley died Brights disease brought by using one those so called a blood purifiers a the kind you see attractively advertised in every Nook and Corner. It contains iodide potassium a drug useful in extreme cases when cautiously Given under a doctor s supervision but death dealing to All who take it in Quantity. If your brother had died under such circumstances you would hate Patent medicines As 1 a a i do dislike the name that mis called a blood purifier a for i have heard a first class physician say it is the cause half the eases Brights disease in the country and it is strange the proprietors have not been prosecuted for Selling it. But 1 was recommending vinegar bitters and that does not contain any Mineral narcotic 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 taking some my grandmothers Herb a you would be better off Jack if you had some that Tea to tone up your system now instead taking a Glass Brandy to make you sleep one night and perhaps a bottle 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 less for fifteen years and look the world Over you will not find a healthier Man than 1 a what is All this nonsense about old style and new style vinegar bitters Are they different a a a yes the old style looks like Coffee with milk in it tin now Stylo like without milk. Thu Man who made tin 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 constipation and it cures the children hives and All the Little ailments they Over have. If my wife thinks they have Worms she doses them with old Gyle. To have both kinds in the House and together they keep the doctor away. A a and you insist that the proof the pudding a a a is the eat in. Precisely. Jack get a bottle the old Stylo vinegar bitters a men 1 think prely old style usually try it and you will then to like an old Bachelor who after railing against women for years fall in love with a Good woman at last. You v ill say there Are Good and bad Patent divines but vinegar bitters i it the Best the a fall right Phil to pleas you ill try it and report Only Temperance bitters known. Vinegar bitters i As compiled in the office the recorder deeds. 1 we e Case to Geo w Bartholomew 3h Square rods Newcomerstown �275. G w Bartholomew to Harriet Mercer 31 a Square rods Newcomerstown 625. Reuben Walters heirs to Albert Walter 107.1 acres Sugarcreek 6,609.20. We i Hess to Peter and Valentine Karl lot 350, new Philadelphia 6,000. Michael Schott to Mary Miller lot 62, Shanesville 1,500. We Campbells adm a to Robert Waddell lot 9, new Philadelphia 282. E r Beatty to Philip Fuhr part lot 16 and 17, Dennison 1,900. Peter Mccurdy to Sina a Benson lot 1, Dennison 1,550. We w keepers to James a Himes part lots 165 and 166, Uhn Casville 800. We w Wallace to George s Evans strip land Dennison 700. Edward Dick to John f Congleton part lot 408, new Philadelphia 325. Mary Fairless to l x Lowden 50-100 acres Goshen 20. Jas m Andreas to Mary c Andreas 3-4ths acre Dover 300. Eli g Metzger to Delila a Mathias 33j acres Warwick township 1,725. Peter Karl to we a Jas w Grove 1 acre Dover 200. G n Fellers to Burress Stonebrook lot 72, Blakes Mills 300. S a Hess Assignee to Peter and Valentine Karl lot 350, new Philadelphia 3,500. A sensible Man would use Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs. It is curing More cases coughs colds asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung troubles than any other Medicine. The proprietor has authorized any druggist to give you a Sample bottle free to convince you the Merit this great remedy. Large bottles 50c and $1. A Beautiful Book free. Artess r. Ii. Mcdonald drub co., Acyl a it a a Washington Street new York. Fraudulent land entries. Cheyenne wyo., . 5. In the matter fifty live desert land entries held for cancellation by the general land office decisions were rendered yesterday by Register Wilson and receiver Garrard the Cheyenne land office which cancel fifty one the entries covering 60,000 acres and dismiss four. Forty six the entry men live in new York Massachusetts and new Jersey five in Wyoming and four cannot be found. The entries were made in the interest Thomas Sturgis the Union cattle company and the Goshen Hole irrigating company this territory. In each Case the defence moved to dismiss for Lack jurisdiction but the motions were overruled. The land which will be opened for individual settlement embraces one the finest districts in Eastern Wyoming and is ail available As farming lands. To our Chicago and Denver express. It any our readers desire steady j paying work we advise them to write commencing sunday october 28th, j. E. Whitney nurseryman Rochester j the Only exclusive through Pullman Par new York for terms to agents As lie j line from Chicago to Denver via coun furnishes Fine outfits free. His Stock is cil Illus Sand Omaha will by it established warranted and prices reasonable. Sex j Over the Chicago Milwaukee a St. Paul Prience is not needed. 46wl2 and Union Pacific railways the Fol lowing time schedule leave Chicago daily. Arrive it Council Bluffs j Holiday excursions via Pennsylvania lines. Excursion tickets at Low round trip rates will be sold by the Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburgh . 24th, 25th and 31st, 1888, and Jan. 1st, 1889, Good returning until thursday Jan. 3rd, 1889. No tickets will he sold to adults for less than 25 cents nor to children less than 15 cents. 5o-4w All our goods Are bought from first hands either direct from the manufacturer 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 j us. 50w3 m. E. Wells. New Cash store. You will do Well Socall and see a. W. Stoody a new Stock groceries and provisions in his new store West High Street opposite m. E. Church. 50-4w m. V. Ream has a Good seven room House Ray Street for rent. Enquire for further particulars at his Law office. 48tf a merry Christmas a come in and see the Large line Holiday goods to have just received. J. I it. Loet Zenshee . A Complete St it cd Rochester lamps at Wells drug store. The largest lot Fine Holiday presents Ever purchased by us in Plush Brun leather Bronze and everything the latest. 50w3 Wells Duro store. Something have just received a Fine line Rose and Potpourri jars in All sizes and Stylo at j. Loutzenheiser�?Ts.�?50, 3w you can save Money by buying your fall and Winter goods at Fribley a co s. They Are positively Selling at Cost until january 1. 49 w2 a Fine line Plush and celluloid toilet cases odor cases a. Ac., at j. Loutz Heiser a. Arrive it it Maha. Leave it Maha. Arrive Denver 2d Day this train Maki with All trains i Ron 0 10 p. 6 50 a 7 05 a a 8 00 a a 5 25 a a direct connection in fast arriving in Chicago at night. Sli t Ping car fare �6.00. Excursion ticket to All Colorado Points now Sale. 45wl0 unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office december 10, ds8 miss Anna Waters 2, Robert w Winkler Joseph by Miler Kosina Fenger widow by Thomas James Stevens Joseph Moore min Flatt rooms Alex Huston miss Mary Johnson James Henderson Thos Fox miss Lizzie Hopes John Adams John Bass miss Caroline Branin. Adeline Axx a ilex Beyette miss Mary Fisher. If not called for in fourteen Days Wii. sent to the dead letter office. A p. I it a ire if i. Renews her youth. Mrs. Phoebe Che Ley Peterson Clay county Iowa tells the following remarkable Story the truth which is vouched for by the residence the town a a i am 73 years old have been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for Many years could not dress myself without help. Now i am free from All pain and soreness and am Able to do All my own housework. I owe my thanks to electric bitters for having renewed my youth and removed completely All disease and try a bottle Only 50c at Millers drug store. F. C. Miller a son. Repairing watches clocks and jewelry a specially at h. E. Espenschied son West High Street. 51 w3 in memor1um. Lines the death Mary e. Tracy. When first we met her she was but Small a Little child three a twas years ago yet we recall her fresh to our memory. Just As she looked with sunny curls and Brown eyes sparkling Bright our memory to us unfurls her visage this sad night. Sad because the news it bears that she has passed away the Little one by gone years has entered heaven to Day. A to Day a for in heaven there a no night there where her spirit fled and thus we say a though dead to night she lives to Day and was she still the Little child As known in Days Yore yes still though grown be a woman mild True Pinnoc Finice she bore. For Christ Lias said m language mild in the Book that he has Given a except be become As a Little child 5 c shall not enter the kingdom and thus she lived in innocence bile she dwelt Here below. For she gave her heart to Jesus Many years ago. So As sin lived she passed away to leave testimony Bright that she had gone to glory so Beautiful and Light. For when by death her breath was broken and her lips could no More t ii she smiled a Farewell Token to her friends that All was Well. And heaven is hers we know Lull Well so Well Only Siy a a it Good Bye a and not Farewell for she a gone to Well where we May meet her by and by. Look up dear Mother Grieve no More let Hope dispel your fears she is not lost but gone before to guide you Home in after years. A Friend. Gilmore. Miss Fima Johnson is visiting Uhn Casville friends this week. Mrs. Josiah Curby Lias quite poorly the past few weeks. Miss Clare Miller Lias returned Home from Uhrichsville. The k. Of p. Has about decided to give an Oyster festival in the mar future. The methodist Union sunday school with . J. J. Gooding As and ant is making favourable Progress. Quite an interest is manifested. Appropriate exercises will get held in the Church Hristu sevening by Tom Bool. Dennis Gilmore met with a very serious Accident last tuesday causing almost instantaneous death. Hot in company with his father was helping Gordon r. Gilmore remove an Iron pump from a Well. A roughly constructed Derrick poles served to hold the pump in position As they lifted it from the Well. When about thirty feet the pump Stock had been lifted from the Well the Chain holding the poles together broke causing a Large pole upon which the weight the pump rested to fall upon his head producing a frightful fracture from which he died in about two hours. The deceased was about 20 years age Bright promising and Well respected by All his acquaintances. Funeral services were conducted from the m. E. Church by Rev. Conaway saturday morning at 10 clock Blake s Mills. Our Village Council ordered the Purchase gasoline Street lamps. Tomse will he used in connection with the Oil lamps we already have. This is undoubtedly a Wise action. 1. Groff received a Telegram announcing the death mrs. Davy Nee Groff new York City. The Many friends mrs. Davy will receive with profound sorrow the news the death this accomplished lady. Our Side walks Are being improved. We Are glad to note the action the Council in this matter. Some Straw is being shipped hero to the paper Mill but not sufficient to secure its continual run hence we might say it is a a half some real estate is changing hands and improvements will be made. Arrangements Are being made for the proper Observance christina1-, at the m. E. Church. A series meetings Are being held at the Goshen m. E. Church by our minister. Would it not be proper for Simon to lower that Broom say at least to a half i the Many topics conversation a town Hall receives some attention. K end. Steam heating passenger cars. A the Experiment 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 that company leaving Chicago every Day for St. Paul and Minneapolis at 5 50 p a and leading Minneapolis at 6 50 pm and St. Paul at 7 30 p a for Milwaukee and Chicago Are systematically equipped with steam heating apparatus. No matter what degree cold May exist anywhere along the line an even temperature heat is maintained throughout the Interior the train. As rapidly As possible All through trains the various other lines the Chicago Milwaukee a St Paul railway will be provided with appliances for the heating its coaches by steam. 46wl2 for Sale will Trade for a Small piece land property in new Philadelphia a hotel stand in the town Philipsburg this county. The lot is Large and has Good buildings it also Hall rink the same lot. A Good bar and Pool room in connection with the hotel. Good stable. For information Call at the. Times office. 46tf

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