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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 26, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thur8day. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing 01 every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times volume in. The a times Quot advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 yer one Inch. $1 06 s 2 00 8 3 00 8 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 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 ten cents per Philadelphia o., thursday december 26, 1889. Number 52. Business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia. Ohio. P r. M. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio Over citizens National Bank. Office 44yl John w. Nixon m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl 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 North Broadway. 47yl j h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Jamuel 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. 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 Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller a son. 6y2 pate1tts. Ii. Amp a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., 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, �?T8syl real estate for Sale Exchange desirable farms in Tuscarawas county and other counties Ohio and in other states. Small tracts land near new Philadelphia. A Florida Orange Grove a number desirable residences business properties stocks goods a. Money to loan first mortgage at Low rates. F. Ilomin atty at Law. Office in Mclean a Block new Philadelphia March 14.1�89 l2tf hew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday december 26, 1889. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 45the new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advance81.00 if not paid within three mods 1-50 4�remittanees should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 4�address All matter intended for publication to the times. Montana is still running a double legislature and will until it is decided by the courts which is the lawful body. In Columbus saturday the Wheeling a Lake Erie filed certificates the Steubenville Branch line Bellair Extension and increase capital Stock from #7000,000 to $9,900,000. All persons owning real estate should have it placed in their name the auditors books. The Law requires land appraisers to assess the property in the name the persons in whose name it appears the auditors books. Wanted. Sat i salesmen to introduce and sell our Ine Stock in their own write for our special terms to salesmen during the present season. Exclusive territory granted. Salary and expenses paid to Good men. Address at once Selover a Atwood nurserymen Geneva new York. Oct. 3, 5m Beaver dam Valley Brick Yard new Philadelphia Ohio. John off Holder proper first class Brick and roofing tile always hand at moderate prices. Give us a Call.5cyl children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. Holiday excursions. Low rate tickets via the Pennsylvania lines. Holiday excursion tickets at Low round trip rates will be sold from All ticket offices the Pennsyl Lania lines West Pittsburg 011 december 24th, 25th, 31st, 18s9, and january 1st, 1890, Good going 011 Date Sale and returning until january 3d, 1890 to Florida. Juror John Culver the Cronin Case has sued the Chicago Herald for 825,000 damages for saying he was influenced by Money in the Cronin Case. The prosecuting attorney refuses to shake hands with him and says he is dishonest. The second Jackson banquet reception will be Given by the Jackson club Uhrichsville and Dennison january 8th, 1890, at the opera House. Invitations will be issued in a few Days. The banquet last year was a grand Success and the boys will make the coming one a Brilliant affair. Owing to the space taken up by the delinquent tax list and a Rush Job work we could not give our usual attention to local matters. We ask our readers to Bear with us a couple weeks until the Rush is Over and in the meantime wish you one and All a a Happy new year a the weeks doings. Christmas Day As warm As May. Playing marbles the order the Day. The time for a swearing off will soon be Here. The electric Light is a grand improvement Over Gas. Do not fail to hear Lottie Demuth the child pianist at opera House new years night. The musical treat the season will be the concert new years night at the opera House. Dandelions were out in full Bloom in this locality last week. The dry goods stores this City will be closed new years Day. The Public schools closed tuesday this week for a fortnights vacation. There will be a meeting the probate judges Ohio in Columbus the 16th and 17th january 1890. There is no doubt about the deadly effect electricity Over electric wires. It seems to be Able to kill every time. Geo. Krammes Tuscarawas was granted a pension last week. Also John pawing canal Dover was allowed an increase pension. I Tali has established an Industrial Home for the unlawful wives mormons who Are forbidden by Law to cohabit with the would be husband. Not very Many have embraced the Opportunity making it a Home. The mormon Church is influencing them against entering the Home. The first wife is held to be the lawful wife. We learn that a new paper is soon to be started in Uhrichsville to be known As the twin City Independent. Creel a co. Will be the editors and Lien n Iso a paragraph. Here is our brother Creel. We wish you Success for we Are not so jealous hearted As some newspaper men were when the times was launched 011 the sea journalism. Many unkind predictions were made but we outlived them and to Day have the largest subscription list any paper in this City personal mention. Commencing december 8th, the Queen a Cressent route will have double daily sleepers Cincinnati to Jacksonville with Pullman Palace and Mann boudoir sleepers. This line is 110 Miles the shortest and 3 hours the quickest and the Only line running compartment sleepers 111 which a Section is practically a stale room train leaving Cincinnati 8.10 am has through Sleeper via w. A a. Route arriving at Jacksonville 11.30 next morning. This is the fastest time Ever made 27 hours and 20 minutes the Florida special leaving Cincinnati 7.00 pm. With baggage car Day coaches and Pullman Palace and boudoir sleepers runs through solid via e. T. V. A. Route a no change for any class passengers baggage arrives Jacksonville 11.4-3 next evening. Train leaving Cincinnati 7. 00 pm. Lias Pullman Palace and boudoir sleepers Cincinnati to Jacksonville via w a a route arriving Jacksonville 7.55 second morning. 50\v3 impatient eager and 110 less thoughtless persons who go to the Post office especially dark Days just before the Gas is lighted in the evening and stand in front the Case and commence beating a Tattoo upon their Box As a signal to a a give me my mail a show a Bear in mind that neither the postmaster nor his assistants can see you locate the tapping. If such persons would present themselves at either the windows where they can be seen and Call their number they would be served in much less time and save the officials much annoyance and unnecessary trouble. Is a year. The Cleveland weekly Plain dealer an 8 Page 56 column Strong aggressive Democrat la newspaper. The Plain dealer will devote itself earnestly to the restoration democratic supremacy in the councils the nation. The Plain dealer believes in equal rights and an honest vote that unnecessary taxation is unjust taxation that a a monopolies a and a a trusts a Are a menace to our free institutions. The Plain dealer prints a Complete epitome the news in every Issue. Subscription Price Only s1.00 a year. Accurate and reliable Market reports a Complete and exact. The Plain dealer never guesses. Specially valuable to Farmers. The farming department will alone save any Farmer Many dollars. The veterinary department is specially valuable and open to All subscribers free charge. All the sporting news. Editorial sketches illustrated articles family Council and Many other attractive features making it t1ie newspaper you want free Sample to anyone. Price one Dollar a year. Id dress the Plain dealer 227 Bank St., Cleveland Ohio. Cash commissions paid to postmasters agents. George Sluthour a poor boy new Philadelphia who went West to make his Fortune recently won 8500,000, thereby making him a in seeking to double his Fortune lie lost All and was brought Back to Ohio hopelessly . Enquirer. New Philadelphia dec. 19.�?a cinder tap burst in the rolling Mill Here this morning with terrific Force shattering a portion the building and instantly killing a Workman named Richard Turner. Another Man was badly Plain dealer. Both these items Are exaggerated but Are characteristic the reporter for these dailies from this Point. He she it pays 110 regard for truth in transmitting news and As noticed in the Penny press a few weeks ago even invaded the family Circle and wrote up matter that was private and in 110 Way belonged to the Public. C. Clark Leesville visited his a a Best girl a last week in this City. Miss Nellie Carl Cleveland will spend the holidays with mrs. L a Joss. We noticed our old Friend . Harrison Kail Gilmore in town saturday. Or. John Andrews Auburn township Ivas in the City Friday business. _ Harry Kurtz Leetonia is spending the holidays with his father . Roland Kurtz near town. Edson Kennedy and Charles l. Mcilvaine came Home from Wooster College to spend the holidays. John m. Ready new York has been visiting his parents Hon. A. T. And mrs. Ready the past week. Or. Chas. E. Mitchener Salt Lake City arrived Here last thursday looking the picture Good health. Messes. C. Foster E. Hunt and l. Hardman Uhrichsville were registered at the Exchange last Friday. Cheap excursion rates for the holidays the c. Amp m. By. Tickets Good going dec. 24, 25, 31, 1889 and Jan. 1st, and returning until Jan. 3rd, 1890. A concert for the Benefit the lutheran Church will be Given new years night at City opera House by prof. J. Arthur Demuth and daughter assisted by some our Best Home Talent. The cantata Given by the methods St Church at the opera House tuesday evening was a grand Success. Much credit is due . J. B. Taylor and miss Hoffman for the Success the occasion. For weak lungs and feebleness chases Barley malt whisky is an excellent tonic. It is absolutely pure full Nutriment and builds up the system. A. Bippus a son sole agents in new Philadelphia. 50w4 a watch night service will be held in the m. E. Church new years eve beginning at 9 clock. A part the evening will be devoted to a memorial service for the members the Church who have died during the year. All Are cordially invited. Died . David b. Sherrod Apo plex aged 76 years at his residence near Sherrodsville tuesday dec. 17th. Or. Sherrod was born in Tuscarawas county and inherited from his father a part a farm lie owned at the time his death. In religion he was a methodist in politics a Democrat and was one the Best known men in the county. Richard Homer met with quite a serious Accident last week from an explosion a buggy full molten refuse from one the puddling furnaces at the rolling Mill. The red hot Iron and dross was thrown in every direction. A portion it took Homer in the eyes and face destroying the sight one Eye and probability losing the other lie was taken to the Hospital at Columbus for treatment. The annual agricultural convention will be held in the Senate chamber Jan. 15, and convention stockbrokers and Farmers will be held at old Board Trade rooms Columbus Jan. 14 and 10, 1890. Special rates have been secured at hotels where associations have their Headquarters. The passenger agents association will Likely meet before the inauguration the governor and make special rates for the week. A wreck occurred in the pan handle Yards at this place about 9 clock last night in which Charles f. Sweesey a a Yard Foreman was instantly a caboose 011 which he was Riding was thrown from the track and upset and he was caught Between the caboose and a pair trucks. His head was terribly crushed. The deceased was a son . James Sweesey Uhrichsville and a son in Law . John Kothe paragraph dec. 21. Misses Mary and Dollie Ward Niles o., Are spending the holidays with their brother Jas. Ward jr., North Broadway. Or. . Mitchell will he absent from his dental office from christinas morning until the following saturday. Gone to Wheeling w. A. J. Taylor Holmes who is studying Lav with his Uncle col. J. T. Holmes Columbus came Home to spend the holidays with his parents . And mrs. A. R. Holmes East High Street. Evans Valley items. Delinquent tax sales. Believing you would like to hear from our Valley we come again. Mud is the order the Day. Sophia wife James Thompson died dec. 9th, and was buried at Evans Valley cemetery last tuesday. Had been twice married. Her husbands were Brothers Lloyd and Jas. Thompson. She had four children by her first husband two whom Are living. She was aged 53 years was a member the English lutheran Church this Valley and a Good Christian was a sister Michael and William Mizer and mrs. Samuel Ridenour. Philip ii. Mizer and his sister Maggie who died at Knoxville tenn., were brought Home Here and interred in the Evans Valley cemetery. We see Billy lash our Valley now and then and we wish to say he has been an honest and worthy county official. Jacob Stephon has moved into his new House. Joseph Frutchy has purchased the j. Reichart farm and has built a Gristmill thereon. The St. Jacob sunday school is dead. Local dissection the cause. The literary society is in full blast at Haas school House. From fort Washington. The usually quiet Village new Cumberland says the Mineral Pointer has been having quite a series sensational experiences in the neighbourhood later barn burning school rumpus a Church Organ fight and now they have a Young Man and his sister jailed for stealing $100. It seems that in the latter part Harvest . Smith residing about one mile South town missed a $100-Hill from his pocket Book. Miss Hannah Carnes a Young woman employed in the family was accused and arrested for the theft but they failed to find sufficient evidence against her. About 10 Days ago w. Carnes brother the accused girl a Young Man 21 years appeared to be very flush Money and As nobody knew his having struck any kind legitimate Bonanza it became a matter interest As to How he made the it was finally ascertained that one the Hanks at Canton had recently changed a$100-note for the Young Man. He was then arrested by officer John Mizer and taken before a Squire Robinson. It was claimed by his sister that she had found the Hill the train and had Given it to her brother to get changed for her. But their testimony did not seem to coincide exactly and the girl was bound Over to court and in default bail was sent to jail at new Philadelphia her brother being held As a witness. Rpike lands lots and parts returned delinquent by the treasurer Tuscarawas county Ohio together with the taxes and penalty charged thereon agreeably to Law Are contained and described in the following list Viz la a grids. Mrs. Mardis Bolivar spent a few Days in town last week. Insurance agent f. Kinsey Tuscarawas made a business trip to a a port last Friday. A g Nelson was at lock 17, business to Day monday. Cards Are out announcing the wedding a f Davis this place to miss Sophia Kirby Alliance to take place at the brides Home 011 tuesday evening dec. 24. Rev. Palmer new Albany Indiana after a Short visit with his parents Here returned Home last week. Postmaster w j Haskinson has greatly improved the appearance our Post office with a new counter and show Case. W Cunningham Columbus Sec a the f. And a. M. Insurance company was in a a port a several Days last week. The p c a St Louis Ray company has placed a watchman at the crossing below the depot. The need a watchman there had been Felt for a Long time As Norrow escapes with life had frequently been made. Baeb Ireland entertained a party her Little friends last wednesday evening at the resilience w l Kline. A. P. Ril fool. Township a names. I r t i q s . Twp. Or lot. Acres. Val tax a Ipeng Ltd Bucks twp. Wenz Valentine. 4 4 5 6 $1 16 Wolf John a. 4 7 5 26-100 10 1 20 Clay twp. T Heck Johnm. A Gnadenhutten 14 lock 17 1-16 187 4 33 Kuhn John a. A it i 3or ring 26_______ 2 50 a. 1 q 89 Dover twp. Mcbride James c 9 . 3 .14-1 Fairfield twp. It x a a to to new port John. 1 9 3 n e Cor 8 34 608 14 30 same 1 9 3 n e Cor 13 26 490 11 73 Franklin twp. Stiner Harrison. O 10 i 19. 16-100 to 1 Stoutt Geo. A. 3 9 2 150 4 24 same 3 10 23 2 10 220 5 74 same 3 10 23 40 1060 23 87 Goshen twp. Fairless 40 190 n he plunger Esther. 2 8 1 33-100 500 20 40 Ohio state . 1 8 4 35 1 20 1 60 read John a Schoenbrun 5. 203-18 2090 47 09 same to 4730 105 17 same it 34. 851 2880 64 42 same 1. Or 37. 94 2720 60 89 same u 38. 20 410 10 03 same to 31. 6 390 9 60 same it 8. 16 430 10 47 same 1 8 2 50. 1140 26 10 Smithley Jacob. 1 8 4 a #23. 50 620 14 an same 1 8 4 a a it 30 1 65 whittle James. 1 8 3 5 4 70 2 49 same 1 8 3 155-100 80 2 73 Jefferson twp. Oesch Samuel. 3 7 2 3620 308 / 60 Mill twp. Best Sarah. 1 7 4 Uhrichsville corp i 190 10 15 Hunt James. 1 7 4 Uhrich tract. 840 20 98 same 1 7 4 u h 2 1-t 20 1 99 Patterson Cath. 1 7 4 7 and 8. 67-100 20 3 38 Ferrell Phoebe. 1 7 4l Uhrich tract. 3-10 10 1 66 Graham Annie. 1 4 4 to to 1-5 370 18 84 Latto William. I 13 23 s a. 40 730 16 06 Reinacher j a. 1. 7 4 10. 4 3 100 5 55 Simmons s a. 1 7 4 s a. 25x125f 425 16 17 Thompson we. I 7 1 4. 5 160 11 04 same 1 4 1 4. 646-100 210 14 18 Birch Michael. 7 14 37 s a. 2-100, 50 4 14 Welch Ralph a. I i 1 .25x125 it 25 2 57 Oxford twp Fisher Joseph. O 0 24 so s it. 30 440 16 94 same 3 0 23 s e. S a. 20 230 9 oooo Hall Richard a. 3 5 21 s w. N a. 14 190 8 61 Shepherd Joseph. 3 5 23 a e. S w. Ore right 40 500 13 89 same 3 0 n w a a 49 1130 22 04 Warner a a. 3 5 20 a e. S w a a 40 3001 11 85 same 5 20 a e. N w a a 40 306 11 85 same 3 5 20 8 e. So a a 40 800 29 94 same Ltd 5 21 a j n w a a 80 600 22 70 same 3 21 a n w a a 80 600 22 71 same 3 5 21 a w. S w a a 40 300i 11 85 Perry twp. Huntsman Mary a. 1 5 3 n end e n a. 10 80 20 Rush twp. Best Philbert a. 1 0 12 n a. 93 h so 2 69 Houk Isaac. 7 13 26 s a. 128 2650 51 52 same 7 13 s a. 25 370 8 05 same t 13 26 a s e. N a. 301 490 10 34 Crim Martha a. 1 6 15 Wise. 20 330 7 30 same 1 6 15 Wise. 40 660 13 58 same 1 6 15 else. 45 800 16 28 same 1 6 16 n a. 50 830 16 84 Sproull John . By 4 13 20 s e. N a. 37 620 12 81 Sandy twp. Bailey e a. 1 10 i so. 160 5960 90 76 Myers George. 1 10 1 1. 3 82-100 90 2 85 Myers resin. 1 10 3 a i s a. 3 90 35 Salem twp. Ival Denbaugh e a. 3 6 i a w. S a. 40 790 20 68 same 3 6 14 w n a. 40 1440 36 87 same 3 6 14 n e. A. 20 410 11 21 Sugarcreek twp. Miller Christian. 4 8 8 s a. O 60 69 Nolty Joseph. 3 8 4 s w. S a. O 50 1 97 Union twp. Herron John a. T 14 29 Noeln a. 40 800 13 64 Smithly j Acob. 1 8 4 . 5 80 27 Walker Emma a. 7 14 36 s e. N a. I 30 1 66 Warren twp. Booth John heirs . I 15 29 s a. A s 440 46 84 Fry James . I 15 29 s a. 11 40 1 87 Iva Derly Elizabeth. I 15 31 a e Cor n e. S a. 10 80 40 Lucas Jesse. T 15 21 e s a. 33 910 20 62 Mills Jonathan. I 15 i apr s a. Q 3 300 7 47 Wayne twp. Adams William. 3 10 16 w i s a. 52.1 1480 32 28 Adams Frank. I 4 10 i 9�?o. N 30 1 89 Danner Rudolph. O 9 apr w 8. 7 i t it it 250 6 28 Washington twp. I Dicks Ruth. 1 a a 5 21 n a. 1 4 10 1 32 Morris Neal a. I 2 1 5 11 a end w s a. 42 j 69 17 43 same a it 5 11 a end e s a. 4� j 69 17 43 York twp. Bucy Cath. Jane a Sarah. 1 4 j 7 n a. 110 340 1 77 98 Dpn re Orff jps<5o r 4 1 1 11. O 1061 33 44 same 3 7 22. 1 13-100 u i 1 30 Keiser Mary a. 1 1 apr s a. I 5 7-100 lot j 4 35 same i 2 4 apr s a. 4 1 81 1 2 79 act Wilt Mots the following is the Roll grand and Petit jurors selected for next term common pleas court grand jury. William ii. twp Nathan Legge Tunion a a Peter Bimeler Lawrence a a Samuel d. a a Elisha Haynes ill a a John Secrist. Wayne a a John f. Rice Sandy a a Samuel Wilcoxen Goshen a a William a a Louis a a Patrick Henry a a Daniel w. a a Albert a a i. K. Riple Rush a a Petit jury. John w. Goodman Dover a a Charles a a David Norma Oxford a a Josiah Murphy Washington a a Andrew Portz Bucks a a Horace Donnell ill a a Samuel a. a a John a a Jesse a a William Mashburne Jefferson a a Wesley a a a. J. a a John Brownin Oxford a a Henry Decker Oxford a a George a a Albert a a Al. Greenle Emill a a e. a a s. B. a a Johp Hanson Over a a the grand jury convenes january 14th and the Petite jury Jan. 28th, 1890, from Sseaver dam. Again we come with a few items. J c ishm still has real estate to sell. The schools our Valley Are doing Well. Or. Ganger teaches our school and is Well thought by All. We learn that John Ferris has taken a boy to raise. That is right John a a multiply and replenish the Lytel is in a very critical condition but we Hope he May recover As he is a valuable neighbor and Friend and always ready to help the poor. Philip Giggle is Legal Counselor for Leonard Smith. Boys you had better not go a a Belling marriage occasions again. We know you. Names. In lot. Out lot. What town a additions. It. Front. Value. Penalty. Tax. Block lot. 1 Mccook Geo a. 7 21 Dennison. Whole $520 $20 69 Mercer Enoch. 4 12 a a Mckee a add. It it 15 1 75 Mckee Leonidas. 3 4 it 44 it i 10 1 50 same 3 5 u 11 u a 10 1 50 outlet Mckee Thomas . 1 a to 2d a a i acre 20 2 26 Block lot Brown Eliza a. 6 4 a a Welsh a add. Whole 30 2 89 Mcconville d. Heirs. 9 6 44 it i a a n 10 1 64 same 4 1 a i m a 20 2 26 in lot outlet Dickison Jesse. 35 Newcomerstown n in part 60 3 07 same 36 h to 60 3 07 same 37 to t. To 390 14 44 in lot outlet Douglas Sarah a. 8 Quot Beers add. Whole 490 17 89 Beers a Shields. 3 a a Beer a Shields and ii 330 16 74 Shumaker Joseph c 28 a a Pococke Sadd. A 360 8 10 Shroyer Philip. 40 Sandyville. I 160 4 29 Snelbecker Joseph. 14 a a Beckels add. N 210 4 17 8a me 15 it u a i i 10 1 16 same 16 a a a ii 10 1 16 same 17 it to to ii 10 1 16 same 18 a a to ii 10 1 16 same 19 a it to ii 10 1 16 Hill Robert. 61 Glasgow. Ii 15 1 7 Riley James. 6 ii 240 5 28 Wolf e. A. 35 Wolf a station. Ii 5 1 13 same 38 to ii 5 1 13 same 12 a ii 20 1 37 same 13 to i i 20 1 37 Pritchard William. 19 Shanesville. Ii 200 5 22 Crooks Mary. 26 new Cumberland. Ii 160 4 46 Vail Mary. 3 a a Meek a add. Ii 60 2 83 Carnahan Lizzie. 1 a a suters add. I 4 60 9 31 Foehl Mary a. 11 Foehl a sub division. A 320 6 01 court common pleas. And notice is hereby Given the we Hole said several tracts lots parts lots so much thereof As May be necessary to pay the taxes and penalty charged thereon will be sold by the county treasurer at the court House in said county the third tuesday january next being january 21st, 1890, unless said taxes and penalty be paid before that time and that the Sale will be continued from Day to Day until the several tracts lots parts lots shall have been sold offered for Sale. John w. Kinsey december 23d, 1889. Cd a Quot to Audi to a real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds he was a Christian scientist. Wra. B. Thompson to the trustees Sandy township lot 30, Sandyville,$150. Jos. Simmers exp to to Maggie j. Williams part lot 6, Dennison $351. Enoch g. Wolf to Thomas Porter 40 acres Salem $1,000. Maurice Moody to a. H. Wilson it Al lots 8 and 9, Dennison $200. Nancy Wallace to John t. Murphy 19# acres Mill $1,000. Jane Dever to Asa Cutler strip land Newcomerstown $1,800. Maurice Moody to the p. C. A St l. Ray co., 41 73-100 acres Mill $6,676.80. Sheriff Bowers to Catharine w. Hea Lea lots 12 and 13, Dennison $2,005. Sheriff rowers to George l. Metzger 16 acres York $312. Hiram Williams to Mcclellan Waltz lot 13, Somerdale $125. We. W. Porter to Joseph ii. Guthrie lot 4, Uhrichsville $255. Judith m. And Jacob to we. F. Kohl lot 8, Bolivar $450. We. F. Kohl to Daniel w. Zutavern lot 8, Bolivar $500. Henry h. Miller to George s. Zahner lot 78, Shanesville $500. We. Lindon to James Lindon 80 acres Perry $2. Jane Lindon to we. Lindon 80 acres Perry $2. Daniel Mackaman sex. To Valentine wills 140 acres Warren $6,115. Chicago dec. 19. A dispatch from West Union ind., j says that Paul Hill an old resident Over 70 years age was called recently to Pennsylvania by the spirit his former wife through a medium. Taking his earthly partner with him he went to hop Bottom where he was induced to leave his wife and live with his spirit Affinity. The medium got his Money j �?$3,000�?and his wife came Back. His eyes Are now opened to the fraud and he will try to recover the Money he gave up. It is said that this wife a spirit wanted some apples whereupon he bought and gave the medium 200 barrels. Silk dresses and other material things were offered to the ghost and appropriated by the woman flesh until he is penniless. Or. Hill has been an ardent supporter Christian science until it is believed his Nind is turned. Remarkable Rescue. Happy hoosiers. We. Timmons postmaster Ida Ville Indiana writes a electric bitters has done More Tor me than All other medicines combined for that bad feeling arising from kidney and liver John Leslie Farmer and Stockman same place says a a find electric bitters to be the Best kidney and liver Medicine made me feel like a new j. W. Gardner hardware merchant same town says electric bitters is just the thing Tor a Man who is All run Down and done to care whether he lives Dies he found new strength Good appetite and Felt just like he had a new lease life. Only 50 cents a bottle at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. 1 names. We 1___ out lot. What town a additions it. Front. J value. I Brj i penalty. Ohio state . 30 i j Lowville. Whole $350 8 7 44 Wolfarth Jacob. 6l a a Fosters add i i 1901 4 50 same i j ii h Ono Zooi 8 15 Limbach Eliza. La a a Knopps add ii 9 30 Dugan Mary a. It i Gnadenhutten. U 517i 14 52 same 40 ii ii 36 1 94 same 41 ii ii 36 j 1 94 same 42 ii i i 1 36 1 94 Dugan Mary a. 30 a a w 2 acres. Ii 135 -1 53 Luebner Charles. 20 a 140 5 93 Sam e 21 i ii i i 3<> a it 27 same ii a a it it Ltd 28 Boals Hester. 4 a a Peters s. A. I i 9< 0 8 56 Kohr Christian. 10 mechanics by Booth add. E i 21 1 4 7 same 11 ii ii ii whole 4 1 Gilill Jacob. It Dover. 376 17 59 Betcher Schilling a Hostetler. B s. A ii add. I i 50 3 21 Ranny e a. 14 North Somerdale. I c 13 68 Wise Joseph. 3 Wise a add. To Somerdale i 4 1301 4 97 Saam Nicholas. Strasburg a Pitsky a add 154 it 4 94 Kuhn John a. Of Lockport. Ii i 2301 5 same 36 whole 20 1 43 read John a. 11 Blakefield. N h 10 1 same 12 ii whole 20 1 44 Bippus Jacob. 61 new Philadelphia. E 570 30 92 Eckert Henry. 154 a a right Way 8x28 9fi 9 05 Bland Barbara. 59 a 66x132 1670 65 82 same 60 a 6x132 50 95 Ohio state . 194 a a West Side. 10 130 t 85 same 195 a a East Side. 28 1110 59 40 read Nettie a. 165 1 ii 52 28 Compton Silas. A a Campbells add 410 16 92 Angel Charles. 9 a a a a 2nd add a a 50 2 95 Dildine Elizabeth. 17 a a Hugus add e n 360 5 27 Gopp Elizabeth. 30 it it whole 270 15 21 Minnis Agnes. Block 6 lot West Philadelphia. 4 it 130 6 05 Paulus Adam. In lot 19 lot Philips Burgh lease. I i 100 4 04 Topf John a. 38 Bolivar Yantis add. Ii 140 4 51 same 39 a a i i 50 2 26 same 33 to to ii 60 2 52 Bird Barnet. 120 Uhrichsville. U 470 23 67 Hicks Thomas. 121 ii 1 a a 50 it 41 Folwell Annie. 81 a a South Side. 24 900 59 95 Haskins Isaac a. 1 to whole 280 14 51 Thompson we. 246 i i 630 42 27 taxes Susan. 3,19 a a 120 8 86 Bonner j f and a a. 25 a a Dawson a out lots 18-10a 70 5 58 same 26 a to a 5jacrs 220 15 41 barns Henry. 446 a had add. W w 140x00 30 2 96 Helwig Priscilla. 408 u Ltd to whole 40 q 62 Helwig Tafflen a. 447 a a a a a e w 44x60 20 2 31 Reed Christina. J 378 n to n whole 360 18 40 Spellman Jacob. Helwig Ellen a. 420 it to to Pic a a a 2d add acre 230 20 8 1 82 97 same to to to to whole 40 2 93 same a a a a 2d add ii 20 1 96 same 18 a a it to to 1 10 1 48 same 42 to to a it 1 2-5pr 8 1 39 same 49 to to a to 30x00 8 1 53 same 50 j n to u a to ii 8 1 53 same 51 to it it u ii ii i 8 1 53 same 52 to to it it to to ii a 1 53 Thompson we. 29 u it ii whole 20 1 2 31 Helwig Ellen a. A i a a a a a a 3d add ii a 30 1 2 45 Oyster Maggie. 4 a a Huston a 3d and. O ii i 70 5 58 Lukins Daniel. 25 a a m a a addition. Ii 10 1 48 Birney Lucilla a. I Block 2 1 lot 5 1 a a porters 2nd add. I a a j 30 2 45 Smith Alexander. 1 to to n a 2 j 2 31 Hilton Gwawr Porter in lot lot _ 4 a apr 1. N a 44-101 acre. 40 3 62 Shamell Catharine a. 24 ii ii ii acre 42� 21 26 Guthrie Francise. In lot 27 lot a a p. A c. Addition. Whole 22t 1 1 it a 15 07 Bartholow c to. 1c to to to 1 a a >1 1 48 tin1 grave gets tire Ltd yawning seemingly for certain wretched invalids who toddle feebly along though always looking As if they were going to die but omitting to do it. They dry up Wither dwindle away finally but in the meantime never having robust health know nothing physical enjoyment the zest that existence to which they cling with such remarkable they Are always to be found trying to mend by tinkering themselves with some trashy remedy tonic a a pick me up a to give a fillip to digestion a help the if such misguided folks would resort and adhere to Hostetter a stomach bitters it Avold be Well with them. This Superb inv Gorant supplies the stamina that the feeble require by permanently reinforcing digestion and assimilation. It overcomes nervousness insomnia malaria kidney complaints Billiou Ness constipation rheumatism and neuralgia. 40yl�?52w4 mrs. Michael curtain Plainfield 111., makes the statement that she caught cold which settled her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse. Lie told her she was a hopeless victim consumption and that no Medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested . Kings new discovery for consumption she bought a bottle and to her Delight found herself benefited from first dose. She continued its use and after taking ten bottles found herself sound and Well now does her own housework and is As Well As she Ever was. Free trial bottles this great discovery at f. C. Miller a songs drug store Large bottles 50 cents and $1.00. Marriage licenses granted. Ira m. Boyd and Annie e. Ripley. We. A. Carpenter and Jennie Pollock. Ii. Parties and Mary c. Schmitz. Ulysses s. Durcan and Ida c. Rohrer. R. C. Herris Berger to Mary Ash Baugh. Charles Pfeiffer and Rebecca j. Rose. John Ashelman jr., and Sarah j. Swisshelm. C. F. Colter and Anna Marshall. Cheap excursion to California in Pullman tourist sleeping cars for passengers holding second class tickets to Pacific coast Points which will be run through from Chicago via Omaha to san Francisco without change at any intermediate Point via the Chicago Milwaukee a St. Paul and Union Pacific Shore line Only the following dates for leaving Chicago Viz january 16 and 30, february 13 and 27, March 13 and 27, april 10 and 24, May 8 and 22. The sleeping car fare from Chicago to san Francisco is but $4.00 per berth and the accommodations Are excellent. For further particulars apply to the nearest Coupon ticket agent address a. V. Ii. Carpenter Gene a pass. Agent Milwaukee wis. 52tf january 13, 1890, the Cleveland a Marietta Ray will sell Low rate excursion tickets from All Coupon stations to Columbus Ohio account the inauguration governor elect Campbell. Tickets Good going All regular trains and returning until january 14. Further information and rates Given by any ticket agent the c. A m. Ray upon application. Holiday excursion rates. Proceedings. On dec. 24, 25 and 31, 1889, the c. A m. Ry., will sell tickets to and from All Points their Road at rate one and one third fare for round trip. Tickets Good returning until Jan. 3d, 1890. Card thanks. Or. We. Bechold tenders his thanks to the friends who so kindly rendered favors and assistance during the illness his houses for Sale. Unclaimed letters for the week ending dec. 21,1889 Anda room Alice Andrews j p Barker Lillie Baker Lanzo Covey Chas Fox Rosa Engler Hannah Hayea mrs Emma Hensel capt. Garseal Joshua Kuhn j b Lewis Clara Leonhard Geo w mox mrs a Grove Chas Wasson a c St Clair David Samuels mrs Fred Stuckey Phoebe Scott Wilcox specific co. Daniel Korns p. M. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. _ for building lots at West end fair Street new Philadelphia near new school House site very cheap Long time Small Cash payments. John a. Himes at. 42tf for Sale trade�?160 acres Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property in near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call the i editor the times. Of at a shooting match at Francis Ank neyts last saturday a week . George Mizer won the Nineteen Pound Turkey. He made three shots at a distance seventy five Yards at a Mark and placed three balls Side by Side within one Inch the Center. The a a Breech loaders Dover township who lost the $1.50 Slingluff a place can be accommodated if they will Challenge . Mizer. We ask them to show a better record than the above. Yours respectfully Isaac Beaber. For and Small tracts Dover Road. Cheap lots easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. Confirmation and sales. Charles f. Mauo v Elizabeth Stickel it Al. Chas. E. Mitchner v we. Mitchner. John a. Wardell v Catharine Howe it Al. Catharine w. Lealea v Thos. Healea. Mary e. Beck v Aaron Patterson. Frances m. Read v Patrick h. Read. E. P. Jacobs v Louisa e. Henderson. Thomas e. Brock v Mary e. Smith. In the appointment a. T. Ready re appointed Soldier Relief committee. M. J. Link auctioneer. Allowance to court Constable. Plaintiff to plead. Peter Baker v Village Mineral. Patterson a Junkins v a. J. Wilkin. Mary d. Myers v Village Uhrichsville. O. P. Albert v w. B. Rennie. Alex. Mccullough v Robert l. Morris. Jas. A. Thompson v j. H. Harding. John Newport v Oliver Rosenberry. Same v same. Mathew l. Kennedy v Sam. T. Kennedy. Harrison Kail v Bently Burdette. Elisha Babcock v c. L. A w. John Orr a son v h. Cessner. Ernest Greer v c. L. A l. W. Ray. George Mills v Emanuel Arnick. Girard Iron co. V Ruth d. Willard. John p. Brisben v Barbara Bland. Defendant to plead. John Myers trustee v j. M. Smith. Conrad c. Kusey v Everett a Thompson. Brice a Gross v the Brock Hill Coal company. Eugene k. Edson v w. Ii. Gallagher. Israel c. Painter v Sarah a Miller. We. A. Adams v Valentine j. Hup Rich. David Kline v Emmit w. Uhrich. John p. Lab v Isaiah Collins. Wesley k Eckfield v m j Van Nenma. Henry Barnes v Riley j. Ault Man. Julia ii. Dutton v Joseph Winspear. James a Thomson v Robert l Morris. Thomas e Beans v Tuscarawas Valley Coal company. Cases dismissed. Sallie b Gray v Joseph George. Andrew Deis v Thompson Huston co. Cases settled. Mary Kuehler v f ii Hinke. Philip Smithey v Jacob Smithey. Judgments. Albert Bates v Margaret Sweney. W f Clark v g w Hilton it Al judgment verdict for defendant. Cynthia m Huston v Jacob Huston judgment verdict for plaintiff. M t Hamilton v s a Hamilton judgment for plaintiff verdict. We Korr v John s Pyle judgment verdict for defendant. J i Cohn v Ohio insurance company plaintiff to give Security for costs. J l Cohen v the Farmers insurance to plaintiff to give Security for costs. John Brisben v Barbara Bland puff a a demurrer overruled. Ross Weiss v Uhrichsville fire Clay company defendants motion overruled defendants demurrer overruled. Daniel Mcgregor v w. A l. E. Ray co motion to quash service sustained. Sarah j Smithy v John i Gracy administrator judgment for plaintiff. James Aiken v Richard c Anderson judgment verdict for plaintiff. David a Strawn v Jacob a Strawn. Decree divorce. Minnie Thompson v Chas. O. Thompson. We Lyons v Mami 15 Lyons. I ii Ward v Christena n Ward. Annie Albert v Oliver p. Albert. Preliminary hearing. J b Mathias v j s Graham amended answer motion sustained. Samuel w miser v g w Miskimens motion sustained to plead i Stanter. Nicholas Kuhn v Village Tuscarawas mayor reversed. J c Art Bros v ii j Bond it Al defendants motion sustained. We c Gould v Patrick ii read demurrer defendant overruled deft to answer. Reymer Bros v Gilbert c Hoover defendants demurrer overruled defendants to answer. Smith a Custer v g c Hoover deft a demurrer overruled defendants to answer. C b baby v j i longshore motion for Security for costs sustained. Valentine Doerschuck v Christ Gerber defendants motion sustained Allf to Amend. John Ramsey v z p Sparks puff a a motion overruled. Thomas e Beans v Tuscarawas Valley Coal co defendants motion overruled. Corn City Mutual ins co v Stoutt it Al motion for judgment overruled. Mary c Stoutt v Curtis Barnett puff a a demurrer overruled. Samuel w Murcer v g w Miskimen defendants demurrer overruled answer Jan. 14. J l Cohen v Ohio insurance co defendants demurrer overruled. J l Cohen v firemen sins co defendants motion sustained amended petition required. M v Ream v new Philadelphia Iron and steel co defendants demurrer overruled to answer. Mary Johnson v Joseph Morehead plaintiffs demurrer sustained defendant to plead. Gerard Iron co v Ruth i it Willard defendants demurrer sustained. F. Office in Mcclane Block. Romig. 46tf chases Barley malt whiskey is stimulating and nourishing to the consumptive the old and the feeble. It is absolutely pure. Sold by w. Holland Uhrichsville. 51 w4 for Sale. An old fashioned 8-Day clock�?90 yrs old a rare German relic. Call at 52w3 ii. E. Espenschied a. Notice. All persons indebted to the late firm j. Burry a son will please Call for settlement. 50tf j. Burry amp son. The a a stand up carpet Stretcher a is the most Complete Stretcher Ever offered to the Public. Sold by 52w6 P. Taylor a co. Dru Kenne a liquor habit. Or. In All the world there is but one cure Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea Coffee without the knowledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl

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