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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 7, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times a 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 the a a times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. $ 1 00 $ 2 00 s 3 00 5 00 three inches. 2 to 5 do 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 to 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 line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday february 7, 1889. Business directory. John w. Nixon m. >., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker Tolyl t Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. Aii Calls Dav night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building South Broadway. Residence two doors South 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. Aii professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House Ortli Broadway. 47yl j 11. 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. Lyl Camuel 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 Lionor. Joseph p. Murphy slavery amp feed stable Phillips Burgh Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 25. 44016 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 required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6y2 executors notice. The undersigned to the legally appointed and duly qualified executor the last will and testament j Acob Opp late Tuscarawas county deceased. Aii persons interested will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. John a Kennedy executor. January it 1889. >w3 Babcock Hurd amp ., wholesale grocers too amp los water St., Cleveland. P. H. Babcock ii. Hurd jr., Charles Babcock ii. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee ., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 24y the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. 77. T. Minnis proprietor. The House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 4oyl t. W. Mcdermott V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Lorse 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 severed. Office Over Routzen Heiser 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. Harm is machine depot. 97 amp 99 first ave., Pittsburgh a. 48yl Money to loan first Mort Oace farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More and for sums $1,000 and upwards. Privilege making partial payments sid1 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. Less. Co to Montana via these. Paul Minneapolis an Manitoba Ray. A magnificent ally train seance a a the Montana express a will he inaugurated november to 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 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday february 7, 1889. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 forthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.#1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 Tfir 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. It is claimed that German officers the army Are examining american forts vessels guns Etc., in disguise and furnishing the same to the War department in Germany. A Bill has been introduced in the Pennsylvania legislature prohibiting treating making it a penal offence punishable by a line not less than $50 Over $100 for any one to treat another to intoxicating liquor. The Effort the French to resurrect the Panama canal is a failure. The greater part the work has been completed and an immense amount Money expended and squandered. They tried to sell Bonds enough to Complete the work but have so far failed. The w. A l. E. Railroad through Harrison county is nearing completion. The rails and ties Are now being distributed along the line and in a few months More the Road will he open to the Ohio River. The new Mexico legislature has passed a Law making it a Misdemeanour for any corporation firm any kind to blacklist a former employee and fixes the punishment for a violation the same at a Fine $500. It also gives the right civil action to an injured party to recover damages. The West Virginia contest for United states senator still continues. Goff k., has 43 votes Kenna d., has 41 votes with seven scattering votes. There Are enough democrats to nominate Kenna if they could All agree. Balloting has been going several Days. They will probably Spring a new Man before they will vote for Goff. Representative Ankeny from Tuscarawas county has introduced a Bill in the Ohio legislature to forfeit All election bets to the poor. This is a Good Hill and should pass. Or. Ankeny is a Farmer and a Good Woods Field spirit. It matters not what the merits the Bill Are if passed would be a dead letter. The prosecuting attorneys the state would never enforce the Law. It would be like Many other Laws our statute books. Doings the week. The prospective High protective administration does not stimulate business As was predicted by Republican politicians. On the contrary business failures Are rapidly the increase. Wages Are being reduced and labor strikes Are now the order the Day. The Protection comes in altogether a different Way that is cordons police protecting the property monopolies and keeping at Bey the striking labourers. The coveted lands at last to go to settlers. The u. And the Creek indians Indian territory have concluded a treaty whereby the indians in consider Tion $2,280,857, cede to the government All unoccupied lands in the Indian territory owned by them. This puts the government in undisputed Possession the Oklahoma strip and will thereby open the whole the ceded lands for settlement. Immigrants will Lolek in there like blackbirds. It is a Wise move. The latest Story about Crown Prince Rudolph Austria is that he was murdered. He was too i Tamte with a certain Baroness. Her husband and her brother confronted her with unmistakable proof her Liaison with the Crown Prince and demanded her that she commit suicide to exonerate her husband and her family at the same time threatening that if she did did not commit suicide they would kill the Crown Prince. To save the Crown Prince with whom she seemed desperately in love she committed suicide in the presence her husband and brother by taking Poison. Then they mounted their horses and proceeded to where the Prince was living and shot the Royal family to cover up the scandal caused the statement to go out that he had committed suicide. There is waywardness in High life for maps and general information in quire your own ticket I. Whitney Gene a . And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. 33 India rubber is being tried for paving streets in several German towns. The first pavement the kind was Laid by Herre Busse Linde the Goethe Bridge in Hanover in 1887. The material is claimed to Combine the elasticity rubber with the resistance Stone and to be perfectly noiseless unaffected by heat cold and less Slippery than asphalts. Canal Dover. The feeling seems to prevail in Europe and America that the death Prince Rudolph Austria is but another link in the Chain events that seem destined to remove All prospective rulers who Are obnoxious to and disliked by the great bismark. It is believed Rudolph was assassinated. Reference to the fact that the mysterious death Gambetta and Chanzy France who opposed the ambitions bismark the like mysterious death general Skobeloff Russia who was another Thorn in the Side the ambitious German the death the late King Louis Bavaria and now Prince Rudolph All tend to impress the mind europeans that they Are striking coincidences either in support the hand destiny the Remote Agency a cold hearted ambitious ruler Clearing the obstacles from the path he covets. The relationship All to the great Chancellor and their untimely deaths raise a Strong presumption in favor the latter theory. Prince Rudolph was very popular and entertained ideas government that were disliked by bismark. Only fifty can join Joss club. Call address C. Joss West High St., for particulars you May be left out. The following marriage licenses have been granted W. Exly and Margaret Williamson Nelson Christy to Etta Uptegraph win. L. Simpson and Rosalie Krim. The body mrs. Steese a former resident this City and sister mrs. Bates accompanied by her husband was brought Here from Denver Colorado and interred in our cemetery. Judging from the arrests made in Dennison for violation the local option ordinance at that place they have at last enacted a Law that wont leak. The paragraph says Bob Woods plead guilty and responded to a Fine $75. At this writing thursday morning it is wit i profound sorrow that we Are compelled to announce the precarious condition John a. Buchanan esq., and before the times reaches our readers his spirit will have crossed the silent River and joined the mighty Hoste the other Shore. A More extended notice his untimely demise will appear in these columns next week. The remains mrs. Chas. Steese who died at Denver Colorado were brought to this City saturday by her husband for interment. Deceased was a sister mrs. A. Bates and Well known to Many our citizens. Or. Steese formerly lived Here and at that time was among the prominent business men the place. He will remain Here a few weeks visiting old friends and then return to Chicago. The Pennsylvania company is determined to break up the practice men and boys jumping and off trains when in motion and has employed detectives to look after the matter and see that transgressors Are prosecuted under the Laws Indiana and son paragraph. It is a very common occurrence for the boys this City to jump the trains the Amp p. Branch. It would be Well for the boys to take warning before they Are picked up by the detectives. An example one would do Good. The new Philadelphia pipe works company made an assignment tuesday to Samuel Schlup. The works have been Idle for several months account financial embarrassment and other trouble. One Day last week Ruth Willard Cleveland obtained a Novit judgment against the concern for $8,801.86, and sheriff Bowers made a Levy the works for that amount. There is also a mortgage $25,000 the establishment held in Trust by C. Vinton this place. The concern seems to be pretty badly tangled up in the Legal Mill and it May require considerable time before everything is adjusted so that the Plant May be enabled to resume operation. When in full blast Over a Hundred men Are employed in and about the works and the enforced idleness has compelled Many families in new Philadelphia to hedge very closely this Winter. The Case Nannie Mcmillen this City against Ann Graham Uhrichsville for civil damages was tried before judge Pearce to a jury Friday last week. The plaintiff alleged that in March 1887, she leased from the defendant a House in Dennison then occupied by one mrs. Bunch. An article agreement was drawn lip signed sealed and delivered and one months rent paid in Advance. Afterwards defendant claimed she had knowledge that mrs. Mcmillen intended to use the House for immoral purposes and therefore denied her Possession the premises hence the action. The jury rendered a verdict in favor the plaintiff Tor $536.00. Jas. T. Of Donnell and John Laughead appeared for the plaintiff and Frank Green and t. Ileal a Uhrichsville for defendant. The citizens our town and Vicinity were shocked Friday morning last hearing the death . Joshua Gooding near town. He went to bed feeling As Well As usual. About eleven clock he complained pain in the breast and took an opiate. He slept until about three clock Friday morning when the pain grew worse the doctor was sent for but . G. Lived but a few minutes. Heart disease was the cause his death. In the death . Gooding this Community loses one its Best citizens. He was highly respected and was regarded As strictly honest and a kind neighbor. It was a terrible blow to the family coming so sudden. Or. Gooding was aged 05 years. He leaves a widow and several grown up children. The funeral services took place sunday attended by Many friends. \ monday night last As Jacob Darst jr., who is now Telegraph operator at the c., l. A w. Depot was Locking the door the South Side the building just As he was ready to leave for Home some fiend with murder at heart fired two shots at . Darst one Ball passing through his hat and lodging in the Side the building. The shots came from across the Railroad track from the freight cars one the tracks. Some parties in Erwin a Saloon above the depot heard the shots and ran around to where Darst was but the miscreant who fired the shots could not be found. The motive for the deed can not be conjectured As . Darst is a quiet civil person and has no known enemies. The probabilities Are the would be murderer had a grudge at some one else and mistook his Man. The Railroad authorities ought to have sufficient Light around the depot to expose any one lurking about there with evil intent. Our town seems to be making an unenviable reputation late. It was but a few Days ago that a Uhrichsville party was knocked Down and robbed at the same place. Or. Jacob Darst sr., offers a Hundred dollars Reward for the arrest the offender monday night. The Railroad company should also offer a Large Reward for his arrest. It will soon be so that the citizens will fear to go to that depot after night. Peter Renner old citizen dead and buried. Ordered that All school children must be vaccinated by a certain time and the doctors Are Busy. Town Council voted corporate Aid to a the Myers manufacturing company to the amount $5,000, with certain conditions and reservations. Andrew Deis and a few others Are about to put a clean new and firs class Stock groceries into the vacant room in the Andrew Deis Block 3d Street. C. E. Herbold to be manager. Mike Nugent the Tariff orator has been visiting the country school houses and attempting to make the people believe that a 47 per cent tax is a Blessing and that the consumer does not the duties imposed. We have a few women in our place whose actions and general bearing do not place them above suspicion but who Are continually accusing others a chastity and crookedness. If we hear any More complaint we intend to give them an airing in a manner they Little suspect. A number our mechanics Stone masons Carpenter ers and plasterers Are going to Pennsylvania near Pittsburg to erect a number buildings for the deism and others who have been investing in real estate in that place. From what we hear they expect to rival Findlay Ohio in a Short time. At any rate they Are Boomers to help a Boom. The Central House in this place has again been closed. Or. Smith who last had Possession was a genial landlord and bad worked up a Good Trade and our people were sorry to see him leave. Some dissatisfaction arose Between . Smith and the owners the building and furniture and the result was the closing the place. The Hose company is playing the untie Miller comedy company percentage three nights this week. Proceeds to be applied to purchasing new uniforms for the Hose boys. Monday night was their first appearance in the Little detective the performance was Good and fairly Well patronized. Prof. Franklin the great mesmerism appears at the town Hall the evenings feb. 8th and 9th. Proceeds his two nights performance to go to the Catholic Mutual Aid society and will More than Likely be fairly Well patronized. We were always under the impression that the catholics tried to prevent their people from attending such performances and it will be a Surprise to the writer if any Large number them shall be there although it is for the Benefit a Catholic society. Grafton. Suicide while sane. Edward Baker Gnadenhutten this county committed suicide at Canton saturday night last week. A special from that City concerning bakery a sad ending is As follows Edward Baker aged 27, son . Baker Gnadenhutten went into Myers a Ruperd a hardware store saturday night and asked for a Large revolver telling the clerk to Load it. He paid for it. While the clerk was making change Baker put the pistol to his own forehead and blew out his brains scattering them Over the floor. He has been a cripple All his life it being necessary for him to walk crutches. Ilis pockets contained a dozen More love letters from Agnes Frome Gnadenhutten. Written a Page in a Little passbook in his pocket was a never say that one in his right mind never committed suicide for i did. Remember i am a Good boy. De he has been in the City two weeks and has been under the influence liquor the greater part the time. The Coroner was notified and took charge the remains. From Stone Creek. Philip Arbogast who for the last six months has been lingering be fast with nervous complaint died last thursday evening and was interred in our cemetery sunday Rev. Stechow officiating. Arbogast reached the age to years 8 months and 7 Days and leaves a widow two sons and three daughters to mourn his loss. Mrs. Lizzie Kissinger East Liverpool Ohio is visiting relatives in this Vicinity. Mrs. Sophia Glen Allegheny pa., is the guest her Mother a is. A. Griffith who has been under the weather for the last couple weeks. The workmen at the Tunnel struck for an Advance 15 cents a Day. They have been getting $1.10, but want $1.25. What the result will be can Only be told m the future. Public Sale. Personal mention. I will offer at Public Sale thursday the 28th Day february 1889, in the town Baltic Tuscarawas county Ohio the following real estate one two Story Frame dwelling House five rooms cellar stable and necessary out buildings and full lot Mill Street. Also one Frame store building with counters and shelving two Story with four rooms above for dwelling. Building four years old. Store room 20x30, 12 feet High Glass front double doors. Full lot except 22x46 feet out Southeast Corner. It is the Best business location in town and a very desirable property. Sale to commence at 1 clock p. Terms made known Day Sale. 7w3 11. E. Espenschied. Tuesday last week . Seth Shaw a Stock dealer West Lafayette returned from East Liberty pa., where he had just sold four car loads hogs reviving $3,400 for them. He retired for the night with the Money under his Pillow. Some experienced thief and robber had shadowed him and in the night effected an Entrance and stole his Money escaping unheard. Stockmen should not carry Money with them As they Are frequently watched by professional thieves. Or. Roland Kurtz near town is lying seriously ill stomach Bowel and kidney trouble. It is hoped he will recover. Will Kennedy Sun Dayed at Bolivar. Miss Lucy Grimes is visiting friends at miss Nell Edgerly visited friends at Leesville last week. Henry Leutke Findlay was in our City one Day last week. Miss Edith Spence visited in Dennison a few Days last week. Charles Kennedy Lorain was visiting in this City the past week. Mrs. 1. In Harmon is visiting relatives at Jewett Or. And mrs. W. L. Waluck spent Sabbath with shia Neville friends. Or. F. W. Bainbridge Toledo was visiting in this City the past week. Mrs. Charles Axx Deputy recorder Sun Dayed with canal Dover friends. Kurg Wallace Salem o., spent the Sabbath in this City. Or. J. A. Spence Flushing was in the City for a few hours saturday. Mrs. W. R. Shields is visiting her brother Robert Nugen at Coshocton. Mrs. Emmet Uhrich Uhrichsville is visiting her Mother mrs. Jacob de Greif. _ miss Helen Johnson Massillon o., spent the Sabbath at the residence a. Bates. Or. And mrs. Blickens Derfer leave this week for their Home in Oakland Missouri. Charles keepers and wife Dennison spent Sabbath in our City with mrs. Kos parents. Miss Rosa Laughead newcomers town is visiting miss Kate Laughead this City. _ . Jos. Blickens Derfer and wife left monday for their future Home at Oakland to. Jas. Milar wife and babe leave this week for Canton to reside there in the future. Or. Jas. Bertolette Leetonia is visiting at the residence Roland Kurtz. Mrs. Maria Gregg Coshocton is visiting in this City the guest mrs. Marne Carey. Miss Lulu m. Wells has returned from a four weeks visit with Wellsville and Wheeling friends. Charles Young and wife Oberlin o., Are visiting his Mother mrs. Jacob Young this City. Messes. Geo. Hansan sch offer and Joe Krantz canal Dover were in our City saturday night. We understand that John Sharp is about to erect a dwelling where the old one now stands. Henry Kuhn from Blackband was visiting a few Days last week at in e. Espenschied a this City. Or. George Moonia Worthville Dakota is visiting his old Home and friends in this county. Miss Mary Schweitzer alumni Ella a Valley left a few Days ago to spend a week with friends in Coshocton and Gurncy counties. Mrs. Emerson Goodrich accompanied by mrs. Kate Buell leave to Day for the former a Home in Washington C. Miss Nam w. Boothe entertained a party Young folks at her Home West Roy Street monday evening last. Taylor Lioumes has resigned disposition As Deputy postmaster and left monday this week for Columbus to read Law with his Uncle col. Taylor Holmes. Or. And mrs. De. L. Arnold accompanied by . And mrs. Wilson and two Little daughters Massillon spent Sabbath with . And mrs. Of Donnell East Avenue. Scientific miscellany. A stupendous mystery. Proctor declared that few even among scientific men appreciate the amazing mystery the Force we Call Gravity. Wonderful As is the familiar attraction bodies to the Earth gravitation is altogether a greater mystery when considered As a property possessed by matter. The universality the property which belongs not merely to this that substance but to every substance solid liquid gaseous and not to such and such aggregations matter but to the ultimate molecules and atoms is an amazing if not an appalling mystery. Here is matter which men Call inert not merely possessing inherent Force but with its whole texture instinct with inherent unexplained probably inexplicable Power. But if the universality gravitation and the infinite Range the Force thus exerted by All matter Are wonderful infinitely More wonderful is the instantaneous nature its operation. This Quality Universal gravitation is indeed so wonderful that few who hear it for the first time can even admit that it is possible. Yet the astronomer has been to demonstrate that the interval time required for Gravity to extend its action from one body in space to any other body even if separated by a distance so great that Light at 187,000 Miles per second takes thousands years to Cross it is less than any interval which can be measured. Disease Genus must tin. Recent developments in bacteriology according to . Austin Flint give increasing Promise results the greatest importance to the whole human race. A revolution in the science and practice Medicine is being slowly but surely wrought and a better acquaintance with bacteria must in time make preventable easily curable a Large class now formidable ailments. Among the diseases in which the presence bacteria has already been surely traced and their influence lessened destroyed to the Relief cure the patient Are consumption diphtheria typhoid fever yellow fever relapsing fever the malarial fever certain Catarrh tetanus and nearly All contagious and skin diseases. Work the Hermit people. An interesting collection the productions the koreans has been brought to England and is now in the Kew museum. Like the japanese these Little known people make an extensive use m their few industries paper which is made from the bark the paper Mulberry. This collection includes various White Cream coloured papers for drawing writing wrapping Etc with fans and hand screens paper and Bamboo oiled paper tobacco pouches and hat coverings paper kites with Bamboo frames Sun blinds Bamboo split into thread like strips and Fine clothing such As undershirts and cuffs split Rattan. Very Tine work is displayed in some the articles. A new discovery. Found the Street tuesday night a gentleman a Black kid Glove. The owner can have the same by calling Robert Waddell. Uriah Young son Johnson who resides near Dundee was caught by a tree he was cutting wednesday last and instantly killed. From 100,000 to 150,000 infants die yearly in France from hunger and like preventable causes and the evil is growing. The first year death rate was 15.9 per cent in 1840-44, and is now 20 per cent. The grand jury Jefferson county has indicted James Ritson Uhrichsville the murderer the coloured Man at Steubenville for murder in the first degree. It is a very easy matter to get into trouble but not so easy to get out it. Mrs. Bazzle Waltz aged 70 years whose Home is near it. Tabor this county died one Day last week while a visit to her daughter mrs. George gooderding in Allen county Ohio. The remains were interred at new Cumberland tuesday last. Prof. Pickering the Harvard col lege Observatory estimates that 4,000 5,000 nebulae not yet found by direct observation would be shown in photographs the entire sky. By photo graphic Aid he has discovered a number these objects surrounding the great Nebula Orion. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You May yourself be one the Many who know from personal experience just How Good a thing it is. If you have Ever tried it you Are one its staunch friends because the wonderful thing about it is that when once Given a trial . Kings discovery Ever after holds a place in the House. If you have never used it and should be afflicted with a cough cold any Throat lung Chest trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time Money refunded. Trial bottles free at C. Miller a songs drug store. I As agent for Rosanna and Gottleib Gasser will sell at Public auction the premises r. And g. Gasser in the town Phillipsburg in Jefferson township Tuscarawas county Ohio saturday the 2d Day March 1889, at 1 clock p. M., a dwelling House and lot with All necessary out buildings. Terms one half Down As follows $25 Day Sale and the remainder the first half april first when deed is made and one fourth in one year from that Date and the remainder in two years secured by mortgage with interest at 0 per cent. 7\v2 Jacob Schaffer. A Savage s beverage. The intoxicant the society and South sea islands has for its basis the Kava Root Piper Rethy Stirum. The Root is chewed by women and girls employed for that purpose and when Well Mastic Ted and mixed with saliva is ejected into bowls mixed with coca juice and left to ferment. The drink is used As wine in Many places and is in great demand among the natives and some Whites. A German exposition. Apple pie. A. A new Creek Indian treaty. One which will Benefit tin government and he fair to the red men Washington feb. 5. The president to Day transmitted to Congress for its approval and ratification a provisional agreement lately entered into Between the United states and the Creek indians by which the title and interest in and to All lands in the Indian territory elsewhere except such As Are held and occupied As Homes Are ceded to the United states. By the terms the agreement the Creek nation cedes to the United states the title to the entire Western half the Domain the nation lying West the division line established by the treaty in 1800. The United states agrees to to the indians $2,280,857�?$280,-587 to paid to the National treasurer the nation and $2,000,000 to remain in the United states Treasury to the credit the nation and Bear interest at the rate 5 per cent. The nation agrees to devote annually for educational purposes. The president says that the ratification the agreement will be Benefit to the government. The agreement he says is entirely free from any suspicion unfairness injustice towards the indians. He Calls special attention to the fact that in order to become effective the agreement must be ratified by Congress prior to july 1,1889. A sound logical opinion. The sum 5,000,000 Marks has been raised by the Export society Germany for a floating exhibition Palace in the form a steel ship 564 feet Long with four engines and four screws. It is expected that this vessel will Start from Hamburg its first voyage in 1890. If the anticipated profit 2,000,-000 Marks annually is realized floating exhibitions will be Likely the become common during the next few years. A Beard Over 7h feet Long is worn by Louis Coulon a Mechanic 63 years old living in Mon Lucon France. Coulon had to shave when twelve years old but soon gave up the razor and at fourteen was made conspicuous by a Beard a foot Long. He is less than feet tall and coils his Beard around Bis neck. Sore throats May be prevented according to . In v. Knaggs by the continuous wearing from ten to Twenty threads Berlin Wool. These should be kept round the neck except during ablutions and left off gradually by removing one thread daily. The remedy is supposed to act upon the ring skin e. Bainbridge monday esq., county atty Clay county Texas says a a have used electric bitters with most Happy results. My brother also was very Low with malarial fever and jaundice but was cured by timely use this Medicine. Am satisfied electric bitters saved his . I. Wilcoxsen horse Cove ky., adds a like testimony saying he positively believed lie would have died had it not been for electric bitters. This great remedy will Ward off As Well As cure All malarial diseases and Lor All kidney liver and stomach disorders stands unequalled. Price 50 cts and $1, at C. Millar a songs drugstore. Saved the value a farm. Number 7. Written for the times. It gratified us to arise to orate and to say All the pies beneath the skies the Apple has the Sway. The pumpkin pie May take your Eye a tis Fine when Nice and fresh thou mighty High you May rely wont do for daily a a the custard bake will do first rate a tis soothing to the Teeth for gracious Sake but Little take if soggy underneath. Then there a the plump Well it is some when baked up in a pie but take a run it for fun a twill make you heave a sigh. The Cherry too in pie will do eat sparing if you please the future View when half Way through you May lose your ease. That thing Art they Call a tart inlaid with Corduroy your Tongue will smart till tear drops Start your Comfort will destroy. Hukel berries and gooseberries Are Fine baked now and then used with dainties meats and gravies at feasts for hungry men. The peach would seem the very Queen ? baked up two stories High with dip Cream it is supreme delicious my my some folks May like their favorite no matter if they do for just a bite do All right but not the season through. Let housewives make and Ever bake the grand old Apple pie in every state its name is great for it the children cry. This pie be yours be epicurus for pastry its enough give the sewers while health endures Aii other trashy stuff. Some pies Are fair just Here and there at some great gathering for steady Wear we now declare that Apple pie is King probate court. Sellers cough syrup has attained a reputation almost equal to Sellers pills and More could hardly be said any Medicine. The syrup should be kept in every family where there Are children and grown up people find it a most valuable Medicine for coughs cold hours Ness and Throat and lung diseases. The pills Are such a Standard remedy in some parts the country that a family never thinks being without them. Said an old gentleman in Eastern Maryland a Why in be raised my family Sellers spills and i consider them almost essential to a family As bread. In the last thirty years they have saved me enough in doctors Bills to for a Star. Gmo Samuel Rufer and William sagely have formed a partnership and opened up the Blacksmith shop at Kufert sold stand his lot where he resides. They Are prepared to do general Blacken with ing horse shoeing and All kinds steel work All which they guarantee first class. They respectfully solicit a share the Public patronage. Of for Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town goo inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can be had at the times office. Of for Sale 207 acres half mile West Aurora Centre two Good houses barns granary living water Etc. Terms easy. C. W. A Mcc. Hurd 102 a 104 water St., Cleveland 6w3 an International exhibition alimentary substances will be held at Cologne from May 18 to oct. 15. Notice is hereby Given that the following accounts and vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed in the office the judge the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio and will be for hearing saturday febuary 16th, 1889, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed final account and vouchers Samuel Brown guardian Charles in Brown. Final account and vouchers Michael Denzer administrator the estate Christian Denzer deceased. First account and vouchers Henry in Porter guardian Amanda a. Narg Ney. Final account and vouchers Solomon 1. Miller administrator the estate Andrew Shrock deceased. Second account and vouchers Henry in Porter administrator the estate Caroline Miskimins deceased. Sixth account and vouchers Charles p. Minnich one the executors the will John Minnich deceased. Final account and vouchers Christian Deis administrator the estate Rosanna Herbold deceased. First account and vouchers Frederick Glauser executor the will Christina Wenger deceased. Third account and vouchers Henry l. Custer guardian Cora May and Jesse Winspear. Final account and vouchers Hannah m. Shearer guardian Oren p. Shearer. Fourth account anti vouchers John Linard executor the will David w. Kennedy deceased. Second account and vouchers Gearge w. Forney executor the will Jacob Reed deceased. First account and vouchers Philip Shafer executor the will Egidius 11 Finley deceased. First account and vouchers Franz Baker guardian Emma Baker. Third account and vouchers Samuel Rufer guardian Sarah j., Florence a. And Flora a. Welch. Fourth account and vouchers Joseph Hooper Garner executor the will Francis putt deceased. Fourth account and vouchers John Machan and Robert Machan executors the will Samuel Machan deceased. Final account and vouchers Thomas n. Mills administrator Anna Calli Han deceased. Final account and vouchers David Ervin guardian Robert g. Truman. First account and vouchers Jasper in Mitchell Assignee Ananias Harper. Second account and vouchers Henry l. Custer administrator de Bonis non with the will annexed the estate William Welch deceased. Second account and vouchers Jasper Mitchell administrator the estate Lydia a. Burchfield deceased. Eighth account and vouchers Nicholas Frank guardian Anastasia Hoover an insane person. Final account and vouchers Philip a. Garver administrator the estate Lenry Fansler deceased. Second account and vouchers Moses Yoder administrator the estate Jacob Miller deceased. Third account and vouchers Henrietta Zimmerman trustee the heirs Mary Waddigton deceased under the will Lenry Zimmerman deceased. Final account and vouchers Samuel Moore administrator the estate Henry Taylor deceased. Third account and vouchers Jacob Voelm guardian Charles l. Voelm. Final account and vouchers Samuel Schneiter guardian Flora Abbuhl. Final account and vouchers Jacob Voelm guardian Mary And John Voelm. Second account and vouchers John a. Hostetler Assignee Jacob muck Ley. First account and vouchers John a. Burris administrator the a state Richard neighbor deceased. Second account and vouchers William r. Romig and George w. Tape executors the will Henry Romig deceased. Final account and vouchers Susan Heck administer matrix the estate John m. Heck deceased. First account and vouchers John w. Goudy guardian Laura a., John a. And Catharine s. Varner. Sixth account and vouchers Matthias Delong executor the will Jesse Delong deceased. First account and vouchers Belinda Coffey executrix the will William Coffey deceased. Fifth account and vouchers Moses i. Hochstetler administrator the estate Isaac Hochstetler deceased. Final account and vouchers l. A. Cornet Assignee John a. Roenbaugh. Final account and vouchers Philip a. Garner and r. Kapuzky executors the will John Fulk deceased. First account and vouchers Albert Blickens Derfer guardian William in Bigler. Final account and vouchers Oliver in Hoover executor the will la Vina Cordrey deceased. Final account and vouchers John Milone administrator the estate William Thompson deceased. Ninth account and vouchers Gordon Gilmore guardian Mary Ann Gilmore. First account and vouchers Reichenbach jr., guardian Frank Curtis and Celia Baker. First account and vouchers Alvin e. Leggett guardian Philip Kaderly. First account and vouchers Samuel w. Walter executor the will Samuel House deceased. Final account and vouchers b. F. Shutt executor the will Daniel Shutt deceased. First account and vouchers George Mccartney guardian Frank and Lilly b. True. Final account and vouchers Joseph t. Mccullough Assignee George w. Second account and vouchers Nathaniel Russell executor the will Hugh Russell deceased. First account and vouchers Daniel Wyss guardian William f., Mary c., Charles h., Flora s. And Christian e. Hanenkrat. Final account and vouchers Elias r. Benfer and w. H. He linger administrator the estate Mary Zeigler deceased. Third account and vouchers David Linebaugh guardian George Lim Baugh. Second account and vouchers Louis Klein administrator with the will annexed the estate Samuel Wenger deceased. Sixth account and vouchers . In Hoover and Charles Hummell executors the will Frederick Hummell deceased. Iii id account and vouchers Frank Wible guardian Emma Maria just and Eda Paulina just. Second account and vouchers John Smith jr., guardian Ella Bukey. Final account and vouchers Eli Travis administrator the estate Elizabeth Travis deceased. Supplemental final account and vouchers Isaac its executor the will James Mccutc deceased. Final account and vouchers Christian Fisher executor the will Jacob Deitz deceased. Final account and vouchers Jacob Hainbach executor the will wend Elin Hainbach deceased. Final account and vouchers James Johnson administrator the a state Mary Mackey deceased. Final account and vouchers Nathan m. Mccrary guardian Alice m. Frase. Final account and vouchers Samuel Brown guardian Charles . Yeagley. Probate indie. Jammy 22, 1889. 5w4 after darkness aim Light. One month ago . Moritz Saint the Germania Eye ear nose and Throat infirmary Columbus Ohio operated my right Eye for Cataract. I was Blind totally Blind for 12 years and to Day i can read and write again. Can see hundreds Yards away in fact can see As Good As when i was a boy. For All this thanks to the doctors successful operation. J. W. Torrence 02 years old. Bell Center Logan ., dec. 24. 4w4 strange but True. I have been under . Salmi a treatment for deafness the past two months. I was very hard hearing and for the time i have been under treatment i have improved to a remarkable degree so much so that i can hear almost As Well As Ever and am still improving. I cannot recommend the doctor too highly. Mary Wilmo Tii 74 years old. Kenton Ohio dec. 24, 1888. 4w4 houses for Sali. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. Farmers Jefferson township will please take notice that we will run our chopping Mill every tuesday each week. Your path nag a is solicited. Yours respectfully 5w3 Brown it Rygula. A sensible Man would use Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs. It is curing More eases coughs colds asthma Bron Cinitis 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 50e and >1. 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. Aii druggists sell Kempis Balsam. Large bottles 50 cents and $1. I lie skin and digestion miners Are made delicate by Lack Sun Light but . A. G. Nasmyth finds that the air Coal mines compares favourably in chemical composition with that schools and workshops. The temperature is much Lxi to term even luxurious the highest in an English mine during three months being 35� fahr., and the lowest 53�. An official report gives the number British boiler explosions for the year ending with last june As with a loss 31 lives. More than half the explosions were due to the use worn out damaged boilers seventeen to defective designs and fittings undue working pressure seven to ignorance neglect attendants and six to miscellaneous causes. Musical tones May be produced from Sand concludes . C. Carus Wilson G. S., if the grains Are rounded polished and free from Fine fragments if they have sufficient play to enable them to slide one against the other if they Are perfectly clean and if they possess a certain uniformity and Range size. Since 1884 observations have been made All Over France for the purpose detecting any variations in the level the land. The North Eastern part appears to be sinking about an Inch a year a change that must produce serious results in a few centuries if it continues. Whenever any alleged White Caps molest the recipient a recent Anonymous note who has had a hard struggle with adversity the subsequent movements the undertaker will reveal the identity some them

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