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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 20, 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 01 every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicited. Volume Iii. New Philadelphia times new Philadelphia o., thursday december 20, 1888. The a a times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y or. One Inch. $ 1 00 $ 2 00 $ 3 00 $ 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 09 i so 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Number 52. Professional cards. John w. Nixon m. T physician and surgeon. Office in the tinker building on South Broad Way. Residence on front Street with Clark Williams. 51yl p c. Parks m. In 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 rom 10, attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Melane 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 Ortli Broadway. Lyl 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 tie court House North Broadway. Lyl Amuel Moore 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. Joseph p. Murphy a livery amp feed stable Phiillips Burgin. Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 25. 44m0 Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6y2 p.te1tts. H. K a. P. Lace procure patents in the 1. 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 tree. R. K a. P. Lacey Patent att is. Address Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T8syl Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 100 amp 10s water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock ii. Hurd jr., Charles Babcock 11. 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. 24 Al the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. 11. Minkis 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. 4 ill t. W. Mcdermott d. Y. 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 stored. To a 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 and feed Mills shafting pulleys belting and Mill supplies. Also a Large lot of Good second hand engines and other machinery very cheap. Harmes machine depot. �?~.7 k 99 first ave., Pittsburgh a. 48yl 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 $1,090 and upwards. Privilege of making partial payments of $100 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. H. Ross Geum a agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 42m6 october 11, 1888. 20vrs. Practice in pensions amp Soldier claims. Success or no fees. Send for new Laws. C. >1. Sites amp co., atty Washington,. Notice of Sale of desperate claims. The undersigned will sell at pub a lie auction at 2 of clock p. In., on saturday december 22d. 1888. At the Post Offlee building in Ragersville Ohio the desperate claims belonging to the estate of Jacob Krebs jr., deceased. Terms Cash. Abraham Youngen administrator of Jacob Krebs or. M. Ream attorney. 49w4 co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray a magnificent daily Traill service a the Montana will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers wit i Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities of Montana Fei 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 20, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 of forthe new 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. Air address All matter intended for publication to the times. Allen. Meyers is now on trial charged with the Talley Sheet forgery Job at Columbus. It will take about two weeks to grind it out. Near Pueblo Colorado on the Arkansas River Valley about Twenty Oil Wells have been drilled and the yield of Oil is about 1,000 barrels per Day. Jake Ivil rain and John l. Sullivan will fight to a finish for $10,000 a Side at a Date to be fixed within six months. Sullivan challenged Kilrain and the Challenge was accepted. The South Carolina Senate has passed a Bill making it a Misdemeanour punishable by expulsion for any member of the legislature to accept a free pass from any Railroad. The measure will pass the House. Harper who is confined in the Ohio Penitentiary for the Fidelity Bank embezzlement is insane. His action for several Days has shown that his mind is out of balance. He is now in the insane department. Sex City treasurer a worthy of Cleveland is trying to arrange with ins Bondsmen to permit him to return Home without prosecution go West and begin life anew. He can restore about $257,000 of the $438,000 lie stole. The Case of Fotheringham against the Adame express company has been compromised by the payment to him of $8,300. Fotheringham was the messenger robbed two years ago of $100,000, and arrested on suspicion after the robbery. In a cheap eating House in Bermondsey London on monday night a Man without provocation Cut the Throat of the landlords daughter. She is not expected to recover. There Are rumours that the would be murderer is a Jack the senators Quay and Dudley of Indiana would he a Nice pair to advocate an honest ballot and a fair count. Why should republicans howl about the frauds of the South Indiana and new York now come to the front As rivals of the South. Our patrons who come to pay their tax should remember that we have a Little tax to pay too and Many of them have some of our Money that we would like to have to pay it with. We shall be compelled to Call on those who Are in arrears unless they come in and pay us. Please save up the Money for us. New York will celebrate the Centennial of Washington a first inauguration in that City april 29th and 30th, next. President Harrison has been invited to attend also president Cleveland and his Cabinet. A grand Hall will be held on the evening of the 29th, and a big dinner on the 30th. Uncle Sam has sent two vessels Down to Hayti to look after american vessels that have been held there and to see fair treatment. The haitians May yet provoke Uncle Sam to give them a Little Brush by Way of pastime. It is reported that Hayti is Manning her vessels to prevent them Landing. A few Days will show whether they will Hack Down or not. The democracy of Dakota Are preparing and working up a sentiment for the admission of Dakota As a state. Now is the time for the democracy in Congress to act and admit Dakota Montana new Mexico Washington and Utah. It will be fatal to oppose them and will he Wise policy to favor their admission. Two of the territories will he democratic at least. Three a new Coons. The Choctaw indians executed one of their number Lyman pus Lee a frat a cider under judicial sentence on the 13th inst., by shooting him. The condemned was tied hand and foot blindfolded and sat upon his coffin. Three Winchester bullets passed through him near the heart making death instantaneous. This seems to us More humane than hanging. A coloured preacher let Liimol the bars. On saturday night last a coloured Man and two coloured girls one fifteen years old and the other thirteen called at the residence of Rev. Dodd and asked for something to eat and lodging he the would be preacher exhibiting letters and papers showing that he was a Baptist preacher. He told a pitiful Story that he was out of Money Etc. Rev. Dodd told him that he was not prepared to give him lodging but believing him to be a Man of Good intentions gave the Trio their supper and one Dollar in Money to pay a nights lodging and sent them to the Gilsey House for lodging which was furnished them. This expounded of the gospel represented that one of the women was his wife and the younger one his daughter and they were Given a room together with one bed. The next morning when breakfast was announced they went to the table and satisfied their appetites. When Church time came the coloured brother went to Rev. Dodds Church and there passed himself Oil As a minister and was treated with due Courtesy and a collection taken to help the brother on his Way. In the mean time the proprietor of the hotel questioned the girls concerning their travels and soon Learned from them that something was wrong and when assured that they would he protected from harm they told their sad Story. This Man who give his name As Rev. Or. Charles Dewitt Taylor came to the residence of the older girl Cortella Pendegrass in St. Louis and represented to her father that he could get the girl a Good situation As servant girl in a Good White family and the parents believing the reverend gentleman consented. They started on their journey begging their Way and he representing the girl to he his wife who was compelled through threats to submit to his associations As such. He had imposed upon Railroad companies and secured Twenty passes and was Well equipped for travelling and had imposed upon ministers and churches for other expenses lodging Etc. When they arrived at Cincinnati lie duped the younger girl and her parents in the same Way that he would find her a Good Home in Buffalo n. V., and she was compelled through threats to submit to the same treatment As the other girl and thus they travelled on As one family until they reached this City. After hearing this Story an affidavit was filed before mayor Korns. The examination disclosed the facts As above. He refused to testify and plead not guilty. He was therefore hound Over to the common pleas court to answer to the charge of rape. Not being Able to give Bond was lodged in jail. The girls were held As witnesses. Papers on his person disclosed the fact that he has a wife and daughter in new York City. Also that he had a Call to preach at Meridian Mississippi. He could have been held under other charges hut the one is sufficient to Send him to the Penitentiary for several years. The younger girl being under fourteen years of age makes it a grave offence and the penalty is Twenty years imprisonment. The Way of the transgressor is hard even with preachers. This fellow should have been a mormon doings of the week. A late report makes Stanley and Emin Bey prisoners in the heart of Africa they Are held at Squakim. Their captors Are willing to release them provided Egypt will abandon Squakim and if refused they will he put to death. This expedition against this coloured race has not been crowned with Success and not very profitable to Egypt or the British government. Stanley was to go to the Relief of Emin Bey but it seems both were captured. Stanley is the great african explorer and England will surely abandon the Soudan country rather than lose Stanley. Six of Cleveland a National Banks Are owing the state of Ohio and Cuya hoga county the sum of $110,829.10, taxes and have begun proceedings in the United states circuit court to restrain the county treasurer from collecting the taxes assessed on their Stock. They hold that the county auditor and the state Hoard of equalization have illegally assessed their Stock higher than is authorized by Law and higher than is capital in the hands of individual citizens. This reminds us that Over forty years ago the legislature enacted what was known As a the Crow bar that Law authorized the county treasurer in Case a Bank refused to pay its taxes to proceed and breaking open the Bank a vault take by Force sufficient Money to liquidate the taxes. The Law was enforced by the treasurer of Stark county against one of the Massillon Banks that had refused or neglected to pay its tax. Perhaps governor Foraker had better recommend the re enactment of the Crow bar Law. Governor Foraker made the following announcement on the 15th instant concerning the White Caps a a the so called White Cap organization has been permanent disbanded and there will be no More meetings raids threatening whippings or terror icings of any kind by those who composed the membership but should there he any repetition of any such practices the state is in command of the testimony and the facilities generally to enable it to promptly bring the leaders to senator Riddleberger of Virginia resigned his seat in the Senate on the 13th instant. He has been a mugwump and finally was counted a Republican hut was not treated As he thought he should he by the republicans and As a punishment to the party resigned his seat. The governor of Virginia is a Democrat and of course will appoint a Democrat to fill his place. This will tie the Senate and prevent the republicans passing the Senate Tariff Hill. This mugwump has downed them for this term of Congress. The United states grand jury is in session at Indianapolis colonel Dudley a member of the Republican National committee is the chief subject of investigation. The grand jury is in Possession of his original letter wherein he recommended or instructed the local committees to Purchase votes in a a blocks of Dudley is afraid to return to the state. The probability is that an indictment will be found against him. Dudley and Quay Are Bright stars in the Republican firmament and liar Rison will fill a purchased office. The Little son of or. Kinsey of port Washington died on monday last of depth Ria. Post office hours on Christmas and new years Day will he 7 to 9, a. Up it and 3 to 4 p. M. Rev. J. A. Cook will preach a Christmas Sermon at the presbyterian Church next Sabbath morning. All Are invited. Since the local option ordinance of Dennison Lias been declared null and void the Saloon men Are opening up business again. A sufficient number of tickets not being sold to Sam Jones lecture at Uhrichsville saturday evening there will be no excursion train to that place. The m. E. Sabbath school will give a cantata entitled a a the new Santa clause a or a a the Good old Candy Man a on monday evening december 24th, 1888. Admission 20 cents. Or. Jacob Sehl has shown us an old hymn Book printed in the year 1766. It contains Over 500 pages of songs and prayers printed in the German language at marburg and Frankfort. It gives the birth of or. Martin Luther in Eisleben in november 10, 1483, and he died on the 18th Day of febuary 1546 was buried in Wittenburg on the 22d of same month aged 63 years. It is an old relic Worth preserving. A Young Man by the name of Voshal who was lodged in the lock up a few weeks ago on charge of appropriating an overcoat to his own use and had broken out of the lock up and escaped was arrested on Friday last on the charge of forgery. He had purchased clothing of w. C. Sutton a amp co., on a forged order. He is now in jail awaiting trial and will soon have an Opportunity to learn a Trade. Uhrichsville and Dennison have organized a company and will now proceed to put in a Plant to illuminate the town with electric lights. That will be a great improvement to their town. Why should the county seat he behind other towns of her size. There is no doubt but it is a paying investment and if some of our capitalists would go into it they would Benefit themselves and at the same time afford cheaper Light for the people. It is Worth looking into at least. For the second time in a month the third time in a year the Northwest is called upon to commiserate the storm swept East. While we Are yet enjoying the lingering autumn weather Only distinguished from the genuine Indian summer by a Little frostings is in the air and the need of extra Blanket of nights they Are blinded by Snow storms devastated by gales battling with blizzards. We forgive All their former ill natured remarks and sincerely pity them for their intolerable dully Zeics. When the editor that started the Story that Pat. Read of the Standard was fined $617, and is serving out a thirty Day sentence in jail for libel he was surely hard up for something sensational. He has caused half the editors in Ohio to make a similar statement although innocent of the fact that it is false. Read was tried and found guilty hut has not received a sentence of any kind yet. Brethren done to lie any More about this and some of these Days we will give you the truth As to the penalty in Reeds Case. A very pleasant birthday Surprise party was Given mrs. Charles Williams on West water Street monday evening last. One of the leading features of the occasion was an elegant supper. There were several valuable and useful presents bestowed upon the hostess among which was a Beautiful hanging lamp. A pleasant evening of social enjoyment ended the occasion with Many kind wishes for the Good lady and a desire that she May live to enjoy Many such occasions. The local option Laws in Tuscarawas county seem to he rather Flimsy in their construction. Last week the Goshen township local option Law was put to the test in common pleas court in the Case against Watkin Watkins of Pike run. The court held that there were Gross irregularities in taking the vote Etc., and that the action of the trustees was therefore null and void. Whether the trustees will try it Over again is a question for the future. It always pays to do a thing Well and not in too great a hurry. A new wholesale dry goods firm in Tacoma w. T., having built a big warehouse in the Centre of that growing town a Stock of More than $150,000 Worth of goods has been bought in new York and is being carried in a special train in Best possible time which will probably be twelve or thirteen Days. This is said to be the largest consignment Ever sent to one party in a special train. Conspicuous signs were posted on the cars stating that they contained goods for the new establishment in Tacoma. The train of Twenty cars went out Friday night Over the Erie Road. It will pass Over the Chicago and St. Paul and Northern Pacific roads. Doings of the week. Over production in window Glass has caused the manufactures to Call a convention to form a Pool to limit production. Many new factories has sprung up in the Gas regions that the outfit is very Large and Competition is too Lively to suit the manufacturers ideas of profits. A Glass Trust will be the result but the people will have to stand it. The Panama canal company has failed causing a Ripple in financial circles. The greater amount of Stock is held in France comparatively Little be ing held in the United states. The failure will not Likely effect business in the United states. An interesting surgical operation. Last saturday messes. David Raiff author Brown and Geo. Morgan went out for a Days sport at Hunting. While on the Wenger farm they separated and or. Raiff agreed to take a different route through a piece of underbrush in Pursuit of some game they had started up and were to meet at the further end of the Thicket. After going a Short distance or. Raiff changed his course and started in the direction of Brown and Morgan. When within forty or fifty Yards of them a Rabbit was started up by the dogs and Brown fired at the Rabbit not knowing Raiff was in the direction he was shooting As the underbrush was thick. A howl from Haiti a dog was the immediate response and a glance in that direction told what had happened. Or. Raiff was seen to stagger and they ran and caught him and carried him to the House of or. Wenger. Examination showed that Twenty nine shot had penetrated his thighs. The dog was standing close in front of him which saved his lower limbs As the dog had quite a number of shot in him. Or. Raiff was taken to his Home and properly eared for. His wounds Are not dangerous hut very painful and sore and will Lay him up for several Days. If the shot had gone an Inch higher it would have proved fatal. It was a narrow escape from death. Or. Brown regrets the Accident very much but no blame is attached to him. It was rather thoughtless in or. Raiff changing his course without giving warning. The faithful dog did not arrive Home until monday and was very stiff and sore. Sudden death. Our City a visitor. A sad and sudden death occurred on West High Street sunday morning last. Mrs. Alonzo Himes a lady of about thirty three years old and seemingly in Good health took her Little babe and made a Call on a neighbor and while sitting in a chair talking threw her head Hack Drew one Long breath and was dead. Physicians were called in who pronounced her dead some of them claiming she died of apoplexy and some heart disease. It was Learned that she complained in the morning of dizziness. It was a sudden Shock to or. Himes who is almost prostrated with grief. Mrs. Himes was a daughter of Mathew English an excellent lady wife and Mother. She leaves two children a a Hoy eight year old and the baby about two years old. The funeral took place on tuesday and was attended by a Large concourse of friends who Are grieved at her departure. Or. Himes has the sympathy of his Many friends in this City. Unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office december 17, 1888 mrs Jno ditto mrs Rebecca Jones mrs c Frank Muller mrs Catherine Martin miss Zena risker miss Mary Sutter miss Malinda Stull or j k Williams. If not called for in fourteen Days Iii he sent to the dead letter office. E. P. Degreif p. M. 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 hoarding House. Twenty thousand Bank pos scan he 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 j. Burry amp son Are making a great Slaughter in prices on wraps of 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 before buying your Holiday goods done to forget to Call at ii. E. Espen Schiedt a jewelry store on West High Street and see his Fine assortment of Silver plated Ware of All kinds. We guarantee Good Quality and fair prices. 51-3 w 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. For West Ray St., a Large two Story Frame building 12 Good sized rooms front and Hack stairway Gas in every room piped for water Nice cellar Beautiful Yard and Shade Trees Good barn Etc. Terms easy. For further particulars enquire of j. Ii. Booth. 51tf on the 6th instant or. N. F. Schwartz of Shanesville performed successfully an important surgical operation on a Young lady near that place who suffered from internal injuries sustained by a fall several years ago and which resisted All medical treatment at the hands of Good physicians during All this time. The operation was that known in surgery As Laparotomy which consists in opening the abdominal cavity three or four inches this was done and the conditions causing the trouble corrected the opening is then closed with silk Cord and after proper dressing is allowed to heal All of which was done and the patient made a prompt and easy recovery. The result is a High compliment to or. Schwartz As a skillful and courageous surgeon. Or. Charles Bartles is in Cincinnati this week. Or. B. F. Stewart of Canton is in new Philadelphia. E. E. Barch will spend sunday with parents in this City. Of great importance. Or. And mrs. We. Mclean Are spending a week in Carrollton. Mrs. A. W. Patrick has gone on an extended visit to Chicago. A Bill Intro lug eel in the Senate velt lne Day will develop and Settle a great agricultural country. Or. And mrs. W. Jackson will spend a few Days at Navarre. Or. O. Dodd ran up to Warren last tuesday on a business trip. Mrs. Rev. Mcnulty will spend the holidays with her Mother in this City. Or. Frank Irvine has returned from his visit to his parents in Zanesville. Thomas m. Smith was at Bolivar leading the orchestra three nights last week. Henry Tratenburg will spend Christmas with his Mother and sister this City. Mrs. James Robinson of Uhrichsville is visiting mrs. M. M. Gutherie this week. Or. Huston Hay and wife visited friends and relatives in Coshocton this week. Miss Bessie Hoover spent monday in Uhrichsville the guest of miss Kittle Graham. Mrs. Annie Gooding and babe of Lima Are visiting her parents or. And mrs. J. Degrief. Or. And mrs. A. Rippeth of Les Ville Are the guests of or. Benjamin Scott on the Avenue. Or. Oliver Knisely wife and daughter Anna bile who have been spending several Days in Newcomerstown returned yesterday. Or. Billy Knisely of new York came j to new Philadelphia last week to attend the funeral of his brother. Scientific miscellany. A new luxuriant vegetation of Krakatoa was totally destroyed by the eruption in 1883, not a living germ being left. Three years later the Island was visited by or. M. Treuby who now reports having found six species of microscopic algae which coated the Rock and seemed to have formed the soil on which eleven species of ferns had taken Root. A common grass of Java was growing and there were quite a number of such species of flowering plants As first appear on Coral islands. Seeds or fruit of several Coral Island Trees were found on the Shore. Krakatoa is ten Miles from the Island of sibe Sie containing the nearest terrestrial vegetation Twenty Miles from Sumatra and Twety one from Java. Intellectual influence of the is the name or. Guye of Amsterdam chooses for inattentiveness and he quite singularly finds that the nose is one cause of it. A Dull Hoy became Quick to learn after certain tutors had been taken from the nose and a Man who had been troubled with vertigo and buzzing in the ears Lor 12 years found mental labor easy alter a like operation. In a third Case a medical student was similarly relieved. Or. Guye supposes that these nasal troubles affect the brain by preventing the cerebral Lymph from circulating freely. Boilers exploded by prolonged official investigation the most extensive and Complete destruction of steam boilers on record has been attributed to the sudden ignition of Coal Gas mixed with air that had accumulated in the flues. The explosion occurred july 25, 1887, in upper Silesia Germany. Twenty two boilers each with More than 1000 Square feet of heating surface were instantly blown to pieces buildings covering half an acre were destroyed and three men were killed. The probate court. Editing by in it or. Kinsey and family went to port Washington to attend the funeral of or. Kinses Brothers child. Mrs. B. Flora of new Philadelphia was the guest of mrs. Mary e. Kail last Conotton Valley time. Hon. A. Ready and wife will eat Christmas dinner with their daughter mrs. J. B. Waigh Tat it. Vernon Miss til 1 Isenhouser and Alice Wenger were the successful competitors for the prize quilts at the German fair last thursday. Will and Ella Burry entertained the whist club in excellent style tuesday night last. A Jolly Good time was the order of the Day. Miss Clara Custer who has been visiting friends in Canton returned in time to take he place at the progressive euchre party entertained by or. Will Burry. Or. Fred Neuman will he Home from College at Dayton on saturday of this week. Lie will spend the holidays with his father . Neuman. Miss Annie Patrick and mrs. Albert Bates has gone to Canton to meet their Cousin the daughter of Joseph Mcdill of Chicago who is on her Way South to spend the Winter. The Pittsburg italian orchestra has been engaged by the Young people of our City for a grand Ball to he Given next wednesday evening at Eagle Hall. Supper at the Exchange hotel. . J. Albert was surprised by a Large crowd of her friends and neighbors on last wednesday evening. It was the occasion of her fifty fourth birthday and was celebrated in Royal style. An elegant supper was served. She was the recipient of Many valuable presents. All went away highly delighted with . Strayed or stolen a Poland China Brood sow weight about 350 pounds. A Liberal Reward will he Given the person finding this animal. Jacob d. Reed. New Philadelphia Ohio. If you want a Nice watch or clock for a Christmas present you will do Well to Call and see the Beautiful line of goods at h. E. Espenschied a. 51-3w a Fine assortment of solid Gold set rings for both gents and ladies at reasonable prices at ii. E. Espenschied a store. 51-3w m. 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. D. Louzeni Weiser. The largest lot of Fine Holiday presents Ever purchased by us in Plush Brun leather Bronze and everything the latest. 50w3 Wells drug store. An end to Bone scraping. Edward Shepherd of Harrisburg 111., says a a having received so much Benefit from electric bitters i feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years my doctors told me i would have to have the hone scraped or leg amputated. I used instead three bottles of electric bitters and seven boxes Bucklen a Arnica Salve and my he is now sound and electric bitters Are sold at 50 cents a bottle and Bucklen a Arnica Salve at 25c. Per Box by f. Cd Miller 6r son. A word about California. The Western railroads have recognized the importance of California travel Lay placing fast and improved trains in service and endeavouring in every Way to remove the tedium of the Long journey. If you contemplate a trip to the Pacific slope this Winter it will he Well for you to communicate with the nearest passenger or ticket agent of the Pennsylvania lines who will give you the fullest information about All the roads and sell you tickets at the lowest rates via any route you May choose. 51-2w the Washington special published in yesterdays Pioneer press in reference to the scheme of the agricultural press association for setting the Rich farming lands of Northern Montana Means More than might be gathered from the Brief dispatch. Yesterday the agricultural press association filed articles of incorporation with the Secretary of state of Montana. The general nature of its business is the owning improving Selling and dealing in lands tenements and Hereditaments in Minnesota Dakota and Montana. The capital Stock is $150,000, and the incorporator Are Hon. John b. Connor Indianapolis ind., president a. Ii. Lawrence Cleveland Ohio Milton George Chicago c. I. Colman St. Louis to x. J. Coiman St. Louis to i. R. Mcginness St. Paul Wilmer Atkinson Philadelphia s. H. Stevens Minneapolis d. W. Wood Chicago Orange Judd Chicago. These represent the papers named in the Telegram As follows the new England Farmer of Boston the farm journal of Philadelphia the Ohio Farmer of Cleveland Ohio the Indiana Farmer of Indianapolis the Ruai world of Montana the Western Rual of Chicago the Orange Judd Farmer Chicago the Western Farmer of Madison wis., the farm Stock and Home of Minneapolis. Last june the passenger department of the Manitoba Road organized an excursion composed of editors of farm papers throughout the United states and they visited Northern Montana. They became fascinated with the farming lands of the milk River country and were surprised that there were no settlements or Farmers in a land where the soil was so Rich and the prospects so Good. The reasons were Plain. The lands were a surveyed. They were in no land District. No provision had been made for settlement except the act of Congress approved feb. 8, 1887, which provided that titles could Only he secured by live years settlement. Noland could he secured for town or trading Point and the five year limit was very discouraging to Many would be settlers. Under this act for a distance of 400 Miles through a Rich agricultural country the same state of affairs prevails. 1 lie Bill introduced by senator plumb provides for the Sale of a Section of land near what is known As Bov Dom about two Hundred Miles West of the Dakota line on the Manitoba Road to the press association at $1.25 per acre upon which May he established a trading Center and town. This is to he followed by the establishment of a United states land office at the same Point. The Bill further provides for the repeal of the five year clause and to allow the settlers to Purchase the land at $1.25 per Aero upon actual settlement and that no Man can enter More than 160 acres. Liis is to enable settlers to acquire title soon after making improvements and is practically the Preemption Law. Should the Hill pass and a land office he established the settlers need not wait for the surveyors hut could acquire squatter rights and secure title when the land was surveyed and the plat filed. When the agricultural editors returned from their trip of inspection there appeared in the different journals a glowing account of these vast unoccupied farming lands. These articles referred to the fact that there were thousands of people in the overcrowded East who might secure Homes and become prosperous Farmers in the Northern Montana Valley. The scheme for securing settlement As above outlined was hit upon and the details have so far been carried out. It is a great colonization scheme and if the Hill is passed it is expected that within a year a settlement with eight or ten thousand people will follow. The settlers will he for the most part people of the Eastern states and readers of these farm journals. They will be mostly All americans and of the Best class of immigrants. The members of the association Are men who have been heretofore somewhat hostile to the Northwest and who until the trip of last summer believed that it was a Bleak and Barren waste. They now become advocates of its rapid settlement and will vouch for its Rich soil and comparatively mild climate. The advantages to St. Paul by the colonization of this great Northern territory Are of importance. This movement Means the Early settlement of 400 Miles of Rich farming lands along a line of Railroad which has its Eastern terminus in this Eity. The country is directly tributary to St. Paul and the products will he marketed Here while the wholesale houses will Supply the needs of the new agriculturists. The entire tract is government land no part having been reserved for Railroad Grants. The population will therefore i Etc dense and composed As it surly will he of the Best class of immigrants in Turer or imported. We have bought intelligent and industrious tanners the j such Large quantities that we can give demands Tor the necessaries and Lux you the closest possible bargains and the following marriage licenses have been granted Thos. Daniels and Rosa Geib John i. Limbacher and Mary a. Cupric it i. F. We Ireland and Amanda Goettge Silas ii. A Rook and Bertha i limes g. Ii. Simpson and Lucy Bell Merrel j. Taylor and Elizabeth Spooner George j. Wagner and Juba a. Hunt c. W. Stiffler and Olive m. Kennedy Frank l. Mccauley and Allie r. Kum Bangh Jacob Gilbert and Jessie Langill Geo. Stoner and Amanda e. Livingstone g. W. Lower and Magdalena a. Mcpherson Albert e. Stanford and Mary Mccauley. Good results in every Case. 1. A. Bradford wholesale paper dealer of Chattanooga tenn., writes that he was seriously ally cited with a severe coid that settled on his lungs had tried Many remedies without Benefit. Being induced to try or. Kings new discovery for consumption did so and was cured by use of i few bottles. Since which time he Lias used it in his family for All coughs and colds with Best results. This is the experience of thousands whose lives have been saved by this wonderful discovery. Trial bottles free at f. Miller amp songs drug store. The population of new Philadelphia is about 4,500, and we would say at least one half Are troubled with some affection of the Throat and lungs As those complaints Are according to statistics More numerous than others. We would advise All our readers not to neglect the Opportunity to Call on their druggist and get a bottle of Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs. Trial size free. Large bottles 50c and $1. Sold by All druggists. A 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 a 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 Haun. 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 1. Burgess executors of the will of David Burgess deceased. A final account and vouchers of Lewis s. Winsch guardian of James it it. Wages. Final account and vouchers of Valentine Wenz administrator of the estate of Treacy a. Carlin deceased. Final account and vouchers of George x. Joss guardian of Albert c. Joss. I1 list account and vouchers of Washington 11. 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 Lehu and supplemental final account and vouchers of Isaac i. Simmers guardian of James ii. Van Lelm. Final account and vouchers of John w. King administrator of the estate of Chloe it. K. Jones deceased. Final account and vouchers of Joseph ii. Shull executor of the will of Joseph Shull deceased fourth account and vouchers of James Boals guardian of James h. Boats. F 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 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 Ham Bach executor of Wendelin Hambach deceased. First account and vouchers of Oliver of. Hoover trustee of the estate of Gustave Trustdorf under the will of Charles 11. Trustdorf deceased. Final account and vouchers of Andrew c. Latto executor of the will of Alexander Latto deceased. Final account and vouchers of Fowler executor of the will of Catharine Fowler deceased. Final account and vouchers of Henry Geib guardian of Benedict u. I Hgt of Man. Third account and vouchers of Cyrus hummed guardian of Blanche h summed. Final account and vouchers of Wishy m. Tracy administrator of the Estam John buried deceased. Final account and vouchers of Wesley m. Tracy administrator of the estate of Eliza buried deceased. Final 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 he will of Israel Berkshire deceased. Final account and vouchers of John k. Gaytred one of the administrators of the 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. It Xart Roll deceased. Final account and vouchers of David Fox guardian of Emory w. Henderson. Dated . 4, 1988�?4 w j. W. A Eagle 50 probate j Iid /. Holiday excursions via Vanla lines. Pennsyl every lady suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness Etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive l Ull particulars of a Weir treatment for such troubles. Sent free. or. If. Ii. Armstrong 3033 Cambridge St., philae. 5lyl Holiday excursions on the c. Amp m. Rai i Way. Holiday excursion rates will be granted to and from and stations on the Cleveland a Marietta ry., . 24th, 25th, and 31st 1888and january 1st 1889. Never buy stale groceries or provisions. Old canned goods arc dangerous. If you cad 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. \a11 our goods Are bought from first hands either direct from the Man the handsomest lady in new Philadelphia remarked to a Friend the other Day that she knew Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs was a Superior remedy As it stopped her cough instantly when other remedies had no effect whatever. to prove this amp convince you of its Merit any Druk St will give you a Sample bottle Frt Large size 50 cents and $1. Something have just received a Fine line of Rose and Potpourri jars in All size and styles at j. D. Loutzenheiser�?Ts.�?50, 3w urics of life will he considerable and St. Paul will Supply their wants. The general features of the Section in which the association proposes to encourage settlement is a wide gently rolling Plain with a background about forty Miles South of the milk River of the heavily timbered Bear Paw and Little Rocky mountains. Verv Large a to Springs in these mountains Send out i Large streams of pure Clear water tothe i milk River. The Valley of the milk a River varies in Width from five to ten j Miles with heavy Timber in the Beds of j the Stream. Large sections of the noun try arc underpaid by Coal veins from eight to twelve feet thick. The Section is Well within the limits of tire warm wind which comes from the Pacific in Winter. Rains Are heavy and abundant in the Spring and summer and so far As the land has been Farmed the crops of wheat Oats potatoes Etc., have been very Large. Hon. Norman j. Colman is connected with the association and in the event of the passage of the Bill has declared his intention of opening a Large horse ranch on the milk River. The climate is said to be especially adopted for Stock . Paul and Minneapolis Pioneer press. No cheap auction goods at ii. E. Espenschied a jewelry store. All genuine goods. 51-3w will make it an object to Purchase from us. 50w3 m. E. Wells. Those who love to gaze upon the Beautiful should Call and see Jacob Millers 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. 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. A Good 1300 Pound draft horse six years old for Sale cheap. Call on i. L. Hykes Barnhill Ohio. 50w2 prices Are very reasonable at the jewelry store of ii. E. Espenschied and the goods always give satisfaction. 51-3w a Fine line of Plush and celluloid toilet cases odor cases amp a. Ac., at j. D. Loutz Heiser a. A Nice assortment of Gold pens and penholder at h. E. Espenschied a jew Eley store on West High Street. 51-3w 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 lie sold to adults for less than 25 cents nor to children less than 15 cents. 50-4w Holiday excursions via c. Amp m. Railway. Excursion tickets at Low round trip rates will let a sold by the Cleveland a Marietta railway co., on december 24th, 25th and31st 188 and january 1st 1889. Tickets will he Good for return passage up to and including january 3rd, 1889. 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. His Stock is warranted and prices reasonable. Experience is not needed. 46wl2 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. Market reports. Times office december 13, 1888.00 flour Patent in bbl. $ 6 50 a a a a in sack. 1 20 a a Best family in bal. $ 5 40 a a Amber in sack. 1 50 a a a a new proc. 1 00 wheat in Bushel. 1 40 corny new Quot 4 Bushel. 35 Oats new a it Bushel. 55 p Bushel. 18 butter in Pound. 20 eggs�?14 dozen. 05 buckwheat flour�?14 Pound. 12 hams a Pound. 09 shoulders�?14 Pound. 09 sides in Pound. 09 lard�?14 Pound. 4.j rallow�?14 Pound. 15 beef in Pound. 07 a 15 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 00 White Lime in barrel. 3 35 Akron cements in barrel .1 25 calcined plaster�?14 barrel. 2 00 land plaster in ton. 9 50 a a a a a in barrel .1 30 potatoes�?14 Bushel new .03 dried peaches in Pound .3.1 dried apples in Pound of rags in Pound. 50 onions�?1$ Bushel. 00 Hay in ton new. 15 75 Timothy seed in Bushel .1 33 w ool. 00 fertilizers in ton. 35 50 Clover seed in Bushel. 4 05 chickens a Pound. 04@06 ducks a Pound. 07 turkeys a Pound. 50 geese apiece. 40

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