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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 14, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio Court common fleas. Proceedings. Judgment for plaintiffs. Oxford Bank v the Excelsior Coal company. X David Harshman v Geo a Bender. Construction will. Catherine Forsythe v Enos Keffer. John w. Fackler v Samuel w. Myler tried to jury verdict Tor plaintiff. Cases settled. George h. Lillett a v William r Shields. Charles Schreiber v John Nagley. Fillmore Crabtree v we b Thompson. Cases continued. William Kerr v John s Pyle. May j. Mummey v Alex. Mahaffey. Cases dismi8sed. Harvey Gibbs v Sarah e. Gibbs. State cases Ohio v Bradford Voshall motion overruled demurrer overruled. Ohio v Peter Baker. In the matter the appointment William e. Lash county auctioneer. Plaintiff to plead c. E. Herbold v w. W. Scott. U. K. Kiser v Susan g. Kiser. Julia h. Dutton v Jos. A. Winspear. Cephus c. Carroll v same. Christ. B. Kohr v unknown heirs Chas. Kohr. Defendants to plead Orange c. Lawbaugh v e. Lawbaugh. Anna Accola v Loretta Degrief. John f. Ladrach v John Blous. C. Forsythe v Benjamin Forsythe. Third assignment jury cases. Tuesday feb. 19. Michael eyes v the Cleveland Lorain a Wheeling r. Co. Wednesday feb. 20. Rebecca read v Hiram Carnaham. Thursday feb. 21. The Nashville Iron amp steel co. V the new Philadelphia Iron a steel co. Mary Helmsderfer v Henry Geib. Friday feb. 22. William l. Davis v the Excelsior Coal co. James Taylor v John Lickey. Tuesday february 20. Ohio v Sandford Voshall. Wednesday february 27. Ohio is Charles Voshall. Ohio v Peter p. Baker. Thursday feb. 28. Joseph Kollar v the Excelsior Coal co. Andrew Yackey v Peter Lantz. Charles g. Taylor v penn., Coal co. Friday March 1. James Aiken v Richard c. Anderson. Susan a. Brainard v the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling r. R., co. Ohio complaint Alice Yoder v Thomas Osborne. Tuesday March 5. John Myers v John h. Froelick. Wesley m. Tracy v William a. Gordon. John t. Rice v William a. Gordon. Catherine Davy v William a. Gordon. Wednesday March 0. William Wingate v Zebulon p. Sparks thursday March 7. Elizabeth Dinzer v John w. Fisher. Friday March 8. Ohio complaint Elizabeth Dinzer v John w. Fisher. Philip sheets v Henry w. Woodard. John b. Harding v William h. Harding it Al. Executors. Real estate transfers. Compiled in tie Cleof the recorder deeds we e Case to r f Baxter >-10 acres Oxford township $700. Same to Moses r Ross 3-10 acres Oxford township $700. Same to Solomon Mercer 35 Square rods Newcomerstown $900. Same to George Benton 3-10 acres Oxford township. $700. Same to g f Gardner 1-8 acre Oxford township $550. Adam Deible to Catharine Thomas 20 acres Auburn township $800. S c Forsythe a to e. J. Moore and e e Brown lot 83, Uhrichsville $713. W r Eckfeld it Al to c v Graham lot 8, Dennison $150. Maurice Moody to mrs Nellie Lingen part lots 12, 13, 14, 15,10 and 17, Dennison $400. De Edwards to 8 j Stoody part lot 17, new Philadelphia $75. John s Yoder to 1 e Moyer 50-100 acres sugar Creek $400. E p Jacob to Daniel a Meese h acre a i a Shen township $75. Gust Fox to c g gite Solun part to 6, Gnadenhutten $200. V c Tufford to Nancy e Mccoy 12 �?�io-100 acres Oxford $700. Mary c Mccullough to Jas Dunlap a rip land Dover $201. Jane and j s Scarborough to Jennie lass part lot s3, Uhrichsville $2,750. John Zul incr to Henry j Peters lots i Hagersville $100. Sheriff Bowers to Weible Wentz a co _j6, Dover $117. R m Hall it Al to Oscar a and Mary j Quillen 14 acres Oxford $400. M s Walsh to Thomas Wright lot 14 and part 15, Dennison $2, 00. Philip ii Deis to David s Swihart lots 347 and 348, Dover $20,000. John Steuber to James and Mary e 8mith, lot 70, new Philadelphia $700. Adam Balli to John staffer 2a acres Auburn township $255. John Jinnis to Ella Jinnis 57 acres Fairfield $3,500. De h grew to Alary Weaver 55-100 acres and lots Sandy Vilie $700. F w Peters exp trs to Frank a Ellhof 1-16 acres Wayne township $30. A Sale investment. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results in Case failure a return Purchase Price. On this Safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring Relief in every Case when used for any affection Throat lungs Chest such As consumption inflammation lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Etc., Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly Safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. A Posto Tice has been established at Booth this county with George b. Stewart postmaster. Religious and educational a when the Forenoon life Are wasted there is not much Hope a peaceful and fruitful evening. A the course which some people try to take respecting the scriptures a accepting the Bible and rejecting what is in it a serve with Active Zeal and Humble Confidence and wait with patient expectation for the time when the soul shall be Johnson. A the half Christian and the halting Christian whose lives Are not Happy May Well consider the saying Rothe that a impure imperfect virtue has a bitter taste Only when it is perfectly sincere can its tests be . By desiring what is perfectly Good even when we do not Quito know what it is and can not do what we would we Are part the divine Power against evil widening the skirts Light and making the struggle with darkness narrower. A the number primary schools reported in Hungary is 16,417 attendance upon the same 1,836,459 pupils and the Cost maintenance $5,110,-523. The attendance was equivalent to 79 per cent the children subject to the compulsory Law. A knowledge is Power Over nature but it is not Power Over ourselves. It arms our desires with new resources but these desires themselves it leaves to their own play. It intensifies the Speed and momentum the will but it secures it no better direction. A one the Best recommendations a Young person can have is that being careful. You can Tell the careful boy girl at sight they Bear the Mark Royalty we Atli them. The Royal Freedom from Slack and slovenly ways. They Are careful in their language in their dress and their person. A he that can give Little assistance himself May yet perform the duty Charity by inti iming the ardor others and recommending the petitions which he eau not Grant to those who have More to bestow. The widow that shall give her mite to the Treasury the poor Man who shall bring to the thirsty a cup cold water shall not lose their . Johnson. A a recent careful study methods at Cornell University shows that there is no diminution Effort because the presence women in the lecture and class rooms. On the contrary the women Are an incentive to the Young men and the influence the two sexes in their w Ork is found to be we Holesome and Herald. Killing a Chicken. Wit and Wisdom. Is a a Plum pudding the table Worth two in the . A these things Are generally Best remembered which ought most to be forgotten. Not Seldom the surest remedy the evil consists in forgetting it. A the exercise Power influence Over others for our own glorification is Mere selfishness the employment it for their Good is True be win Grant. A it is unspeakable advantage to possess our minds with an habitual Good intention and to All our thoughts we ords and actions at some laudable end. A Addison. A Don Quixote thought he could have made Beautiful Bird cages and toothpicks if his brain had not been so full ideas chivalry. Most people would succeed in Small things if they we Ere not troubled we Ith great . A when you see the honoured name some eminent minister the gospel paraded As sponsor for some nostrum you May Pardon his Blunder the ground his credulity and Good nature but it will not be Safe for you to Swallow the nostrum. A Christian advocate. A we have known instances in we hich wives we Ith Gooseberry eyes and yellow hair have secured the undying love their lords by tickling their palates we Ith delicious viands and practising due Economy in personal and household expenses. Depend upon it love like jealousy a a grow a by we hat it feeds in. Y. Ledger. A one who professes to be writing English would naturally be supposed to exhibit first and Foremost a knowledge English and yet the English Many writers would seem to be much farther from their thoughts than the French latin phrases with we hich they in English and therefore adulterate and weaken their speech. Is. Times. A debt however courteously it be offered is the cup a Siren and the wine spiced and delicious though it be an eating Poison. The Man out debt though with a crack in his shoe leather and a Hole in his hat is still the son Liberty free As the singing Lark above him but the debtor though clothed in the utmost bravery what is to but a serf upon a Holiday a slave to be reclaimed at an instant by his owner the creditor a a coquette is one that is never to be persuaded out the passion she has to please nor out a Good opinion her own Beauty time and years she regards As things that Only we Rinkle and decay other women she forgets that age is written in the face and that the same dress which became her when she was Young now Only makes her look the older. Affectation Cleaves to her even in sickness and pain she Dies in a High and coloured ribbons. A la Bru Ycre. A sympathy which paid Well. Undertaker to recent widow the death your husband my dear mrs. Hendricks the Community loses a valuable member. Widow a yes. Or. Mould. Undertaker you will we ant solid mahogany course widow in i think so. Undertaker Ever faithful to his duty and Loyal to his friends. Widow a a yes . Mould. Undertaker and the plate must be pure Silver i suppose. Widow Weller he yes pure Silver. Undertaker i can recall so Many generous acts your husbands. His was a Noble nature mrs. Hendricks. Widow a yes poor John Wras the soul generosity. Undertaker the handles and trimmings we ill have to be first class in every Way course and say about Twenty five carriages. Widow i hardly think so Many will be needed. Undertaker a yes they will my dear Madam. Consider your husbands standing in society and the number friends he had. It is a serious question if Twenty five will be enough. Widow a very Well . Mould. Undertaker thank you mrs. Hendricks i believe that is All. Good . Y. Sun. A mean trick in Dinguss. Dinguss Shadbolt Here is that Dollar i borrowed you a month two ago. Shadbolt in extreme vexation a confound you Dinguss what did you want to break your record for my Stab offered to bet me $5 the other Day that you we Ould pay that Dollar and i took him up. Dinguss subsequently Calls to Stab and collects $2.50 pursuant to previous Tribune. A tender hearted housekeeper s first attempt at the bloody work. Apropos the new Domestic science killing chickens by chloroform i recall an amusing experience my Early housekeeping when i was a Tyro in the business. I had intended having a Chicken pot pie having Learned How to make it from an old Southern Mammy and i wanted to astonish the head the House with my proficiency. But 1 forgot one thing although quite familiar with the famous recipe mrs. Glass a first catch your 1 had not caught the chickens it was not killed and there was no Cook Book in All the Range my ignorance and it was almost unlimited which gave a recipe for cooking live chickens. A Joanna a i said to my stanch maid All work a you must kill the a never did such a thing in my life a said Joanna shortly. A a Feather always wrung their necks at a then Why not wring its neck a i suggested with a shudder. A could no to do it Mem. In a that tenderhearted that As soon As the Chicken begins to squawk i put both fingers in my ears and hides my head this was not very encouraging. It we As getting to the time that the Chicken chickens should be simmering in the pot preparatory to going into the pie. Joanna suggested that i stand at the Gate and Hail a a a a but not a boy Over the tender age six years appeared and i grew desperate. A this dependence a Man is All nonsense a 1 said severely. A i am determined to have Chicken pot pie for supper. Now Joanna if you will catch the Chicken i will kill it i we ill Cut its head off with an i Felt like a blood thirsty murderer As i made this speech but Joanna said she could easily catch the Chicken if i would kill it. A but we we ill a eed a pair Mem a she said cunningly. 1 did n t care. I Felt that when i once had my h and in. J we Ould be Able to kill the what Kyj Roost them and 1 got out a housemaids apron and Felt the Edge the axe to see if it was Sharp. The Chicken made a noise that alarmed the neighbourhood. Windows flew up cats scampered dogs barked. I entrenched myself in the woodshed until Joanna came in with it. Still shrieking in Chicken language and kicking with All its might. A its Good and plump a she said with a Grin As she was about to hand it to me. A i can not to executioner and guard both a i cried. A if i am to Cut its head off you must hold it. Now Lay its head that blocks it wont take a moment now a i looked round w wildly and raised the axe. That Chicken had ceased to struggle. Its head was Laid the Block and it Wras regarding me with one Eye a red. Distorted Eye. �?o1 can not do it a i exclaimed a there Joanna ill hold the Chicken and you Cut its head the girl grinned. A i done to mind it a she said a ref i car hit it we we ill never know what she hit there was a concussion and i ran in and barricaded the door. The checked flew to the top the Fence unhurt the next i heard Wras the Manly voice our next door neighbor choking with laughter As he offered his services. A Well we had the pot pie but 1 never have attempted to take the life a Chicken since and i doubt if a bottle chloroform and a sponge would be any inducement in the line murder most fowl As Macbeth has it but the pie we As a free press. The hidden color. A Masher s adventure in the waiting room a country station. She sat there in the Corner the ladies waiting room at four mile Ririe station a vision mute loveliness. Her face was somewhat in Shadow but s pair great Deer like eyes looked ou1 from under the rim the pretty hat she wore and her figure whose perfect symmetry the folds her caped gown could not hide we As that a goddess. As i glanced at her in a kind spellbound admiration a Pearly tear began to build itself her lower eyelid and gathering Power from some hidden emotion it broke Loose at last and beaded Down her Cheek and splashed to the floor. Such uncomplaining misery was More than i could stand and w talking Over to her i inquired in As gentle a Way As 1 could the cause her unhappiness. Completely unnerved at the sudden influx sympathy she buried her face in her hands and As convulsive sobs Shook her frail body until j thought her heart would break she gasped a my Mammy she done Send me to do Shoah an errant and i jes1 sneaked in Heah Fei to More Lize a Hovver hit Wiz greens in molasses Gree i molasses what she Tole me wow to Jess Luff me do loan a Snicke chief w ill yer a i gave her one and boarded a Friendly . Pointers from an undertaker. By dying now a Man can save Money. Never in the history our distinguished profession has it been possible to secure a respectable interment for so Small an amount Money As at present. The inventions and improvements which always cheapen commodities have in our business kept apace with the times. A decade ago there was not much difference in prices and methods. Now there is every difference. Ten years ago any funeral would average $150 now there is no average. A Man can spend profitably $5,000 in getting properly planted he can have the thing done in pretty Good shape for a weeks salary and hell feel ju9t As satisfied As though he were investing a Fortune in it. Some people Are very apprehensive concerning their funeral and others done to think about r at All. If a Man we ants to have the thing done properly and go without a hitch $60 will make a pleasant display in his neighbourhood. There has been a Cut in rates among undertakers late and prices Are at Bottom Rock. After a Little the trouble will be adjusted and the old scale restored. But our inducements at present should not be overlooked. Now is the time to . Louis Globe Democrat. A Liberal offer. Any person sending us one new subscriber to the new Philadelphia times for one year can have either the following periodicals for one year at the reduced Price in the right hand column. If you wish one the papers named below at these Low figures Send the amount together with $1.00 for the times. The subscribers for the times must be new ones and not transferred from one member a family to another. Address All orders to newspaper subscription Agency Stone Creek Ohio. Left hand column is publishers Price $1 50 american agriculturist$1 20 1 00 Cleveland Plain dealer 90 1 00 a a Leader. 90 3 00 a a press daily. 2 00 1 15 Cincinnati enquirer. 1 00 1 00 a a times. 85 1 00 a a come a Gazette .90 1 50 Chicago Ledger lit 1 25 1 00 Detroit free press. 90 1 00 Dairy world. 80 3 00 fireside companion. 2 25 50 farm journal. 25 3 00 Golden Days. 2 25 1 10 household Brattle Borough. 90 4 00 harper�?T8 Magazine. 3 25 4 00 a a weekly. 3 45 4 00 a a Bazar. 3 45 2 00 a a Young people 1 70 3 00 new York ledge. 2 50 3 00 a a weekly. 2 50 1 00 a a world. 90 5 00 puck. 4 00 1 00 Pittsburg Chron. Telegraph. 85 4 00 police Gaz. Or sports a world 3 25 3 00 saturday night. 2 25 prices other papers application. We handle leading German papers. An insulting peripatetic Likely to be lynched for setting two houses fire. Cheyenne Wyo. T.,feb. 9. A tramp called at the residence Sam Brown a Butcher last evening. He we As refused assistance and knowing Brown was absent he insulted his daughter. Mrs. Brown left the House quietly and loosened Browne a two ferocious Bull dogs. They made at the tramp but the Man was full fight and succeeded in killing both animals with a club. During the Melee the wife and daughter had locked and barred the doors. The tramp unsuccessful in the attempt to enter the House set fire to it and an adjoining residence. Brown appeared at this juncture extinguished the flames in his Kitchen and arming himself started after the tramp enlisting a posse. The tramp will be lynched when caught. Fast trains. Do you think taking a Western trip going West ? if so write to John Laughlin travelling passenger agent Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway 217 East Baltimore Street. Baltimore for maps and other printed matter. Name the place Section country you desire to visit and you will be furnished with the lowest rates fare by the Best route running fast trains Yesti billed and steam heated. 4wt5 must carry the English Flag. Detroit mich., feb. 9. The members the salvation army Are considerably worked up Over the orders collector customs Benson Windsor that hereafter when they pay their regular saturday night visit to the Canadian Side they shall leave the stars and stripes behind and carry the English Flag at the head their procession. A not while i am Little Rock ark., feb. 9. The House representatives by a vote 56 to 12, this morning passed a joint Resolution sympathizing with Kansas in her county seat wars and with Ohio in her struggle to suppress White Caps and urging Congress to assist the states named in suppressing lawlessness. Property for Sale. Two lots 264x66, with Good two Story Frame dwelling 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings Good Well and Cistern and a Good cellar under the House. All kinds fruit. Would sell As a whole Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf every lady courtship among the apaches. The Apache Brave when he goes courting makes no Effort to make himself agreeable to his intended Bride. Indeed he rarely notices Speaks to her except to answer some question hers. He pays the most assiduous attention to her male relatives particularly her big Lazy Brothers. At night he goes to her fathers Lodge and distributes the presents about. If a Pony he is picketed close by if it is a cow a Horn is tied to the Lodge which shows his intention the bridegroom comes sneaking around in the morning to see the result his proposal. If the articles have let Een taken inside the horse removed Etc., he is All right whereupon the Bride goes and builds a new Lodge Tepee for herself and puts things in order generally for the Buck she Calls master. If the trinkets Are not touched the proposal is not accepted and the suitor carries them away again. A Chicago Tribune suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness Etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive full particulars a new treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . W. H. Armstrong 3033cambridge St., phila., a. 51yl for Sale will Trade for a Small piece land property in new Philadelphia a hotel stand in the town Lii Lisburg this county. The lot is Large and has Good buildings it also Hall rink the same lot. A Good bar and Pool room in connection with the hotel. Good stable. For information Call at the times office. 46tf. For Sale a will Trade for Good town property a 40 acre tract Good Hill land 30 acres it Good Timber 10 acres cleared no buildings. 4j foot vein Coal under the whole tract situated about 3 Miles North Trenton Tuscarawas county. For further information Call at the times office. If any 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 Little Annie Redmond kidnapped at Chicago nearly a year ago was accidentally discovered in the Home friendless last evening and restored to her parents. Her father who had been rendered insane by her disappearance was restored to reason by her return. 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 mias she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. Three farrr�9 in Montgomery county kansas�?400 acres in ally will Trade for a Good Stock merchandise Price $6,000. Address lock Box 8p4, Independence Kas 17tf dieters grow to a a a til to _ powder recommended by the highest medical and chemical authorities who testify to its absolute purity wholesomeness and wonderful strength. Every can guaranteed to do the work any other baking powder costing twice As much. Every can guaranteed to give satisfaction Purchase Money refunded. 1 in can me s lb., Loc. J4 la. 5c. If your dealer does not keep Crown do not let him persuade you to buy some other he claims to be just As Good but ask him to oblige you by getting dieters Crown baking powder. The Host successful in life Abe those who follow meal Economy in All things. Such habits and practice Are largely due to a knowledge the outside world and its affairs gained from careful study and Reading the better class metropolitan newspapers such As the weekly enquirer in Worth Merit and Enterprise the enquirer certainly stands at the head modern journalism. Its Mammoth size gives room for thirty per cent More Reading. Its information news and intelligence is from the most reliable sources direct from a corps Over Twenty five Hundred correspondents representing the interests the daily and weekly enquirer in every part the country. A Public Benefactor beyond All comparison because absolutely free and Independent All combinations pools trusts syndicates and organizations. Can teach truth and state fact unmeasurable Benefit to the people at Large. Commercial affairs and Market reports from every known Center in the country exceed in detail All others. It is the one Only paper that can fill the place several we Here Only one can be afforded. It costs $1.15 a year yet renders a service equal to that obtained at from two to five times that sum through other journals. Economically it is the cheapest because the largest and Best. The Best evidence is comparison trial. Get a Sample copy free hand your subscription to our agent the postmaster. The i it Aily enquirer. 1 to. 3 mo8. 6 Mas. 1 . Sunday and daily $1.50 $3.75 $7.00 $14.00 daily except sunday 1.25 3.25 6.00 12.00 John r. Mclean publisher Cincinnati. O. Sheriffs Sale Hiram Eckman is. Rufus Roth. By virtue an order Sale to me directed and issued from the court common pleas Tuscarawas county. Ohio i will offer for Sale at Public auction at the door the court House in the town new Philadelphia within and for the county Tuscarawas and state Ohio saturday March 2, 1889, Between the hours one clock p. M. And four clock p. M. Of said Day the following described real estate situate in said county to wit a part the second Section the seventh township and first Range in the United states military District and bounded and described As follows to wit being a part a tract land belonging to the estate Joseph Engler deceased and be Ingalzo a part lands set apart for the Dower estate Elizabeth widow said Joseph Engler deceased the same being and Hying Between the state Road leading from Trenton to new Philadelphia and the Ohio canal beginning at a Point in the Middle said Road North Twenty four rods from and parallel with the North end the House situated in lot number Twenty five As distinguished the plat said town Trenton thence North along the Middle said Road five rods to a stake thence West to the Middle the Ohio canal thence South along the Middle said Ohio canal five rods thence East to the place beginning in the Middle said state Road containing seventy hundredths an acre. Appraised at s2l terms Cash. Geo. W. Bowers sheriff. Buchanan ready and it orig att is. 6w5 Legal notice. The undersigned has been duly appointed executors the last will and testament Jacob Krebs late Tuscarawas county o., deceased. All persons indebted to the estate Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance. Eli Krebs Frederick Krebs executors. January 28, 1889. 6w3 Legal notice. Xue undersigned has been duly a appointed administrator the estate Jacob g. Luke late Tuscarawas county 0., deceased. Noa11 j. Troyer. January 14,1889. Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul by. Steam heated and electric lighted Vestibule trains to St. Paul and Minneapolis. Finest dining cars in the world. Through sleeping cars to Denver. The route the first a Golden Gate excursion tickets to Colorado. Excursion tickets to California. Everything first class. First class people patronize first class lines. Ticket agents everywhere sell tickets Over the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway. 7w3 for Sale. A Good second hand Phaeton cheap. Enquire at times office. 5w3 Market reports. How it worked. Corrected by John Kaderly produce dealer february 14, 1888. Flour Patent bbl. $ 6 00 a a a a sack. 1 50 a a Best family bbl. $ 5 20 a a Amber 7$ sack. 1 40 a a a a new proc. 1 50 wheat�?7$ Bushel. 1 00 corny new Bushel. 40 Oats new Bushel. 30 Rye Bushel. 55 butter�?7$ Pound. 20 eggs dozen. 14 buckwheat flour Pound. 05 hams Pound. 11 shoulders�?7$ Pound. 08 sides Pound. 09 lard Pound. 09 tallow Pound. 04 beef Pound. 07 5 15 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 White Lime barrel. 1 00 Akron cement�?7$ barrel .135 calcined plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster ton. 9 00 a a a a a barrel 1 50 potatoes Bushel new .25 dried peaches�?7$ Pound .03 dried Apple a Pound 3$ rags Pound. 01 onions Bushel. 50 Hay ton new. 15 00 Timothy seed�?7$ Bushel .1 75 Wool. 33 fertilizers ton. 35 00 Clover seed Bushel. 4 25 chickens a Pound. 04 5 05 ducks a Pound. 06 turkeys a Pound. 07 geese apiece. 40 5 50 a Good morning Jack Why i Haven to seen you for a month past. What in the world is the matter with you you seem to have renewed your a Well Phil i have. Done to you remember the last time i saw you How miserable i was sick and Blue and in that sort mood a Man gets sometimes when he feels the most Noble thing in life is to go straight to the a not so bad As that i Hope at All events you did no to go that Way you Are looking far to Happy and a thank goodness no rather thank vinegar bitters. Do you remember that Day 1 saw you last when you recommended that remedy to me so persistently and i was first vexed and then half convinced a a i remember it perfectly and you say another word upon the subject your looks Tell me that you took the a no doubt it everybody remarks upon my improved looks and temper but i must really Tell you All about it. I got the old style As you recommended and did no to mind the bitter taste at All. I finished the bottle in about two weeks and was greatly improved so much so i determined to change off and try the new style. A Well How did you like it a a you told me your wife preferred the new style i believe Well i must say i agree with her. I like the old style very much but the new is a finer smoother More expensive a i believe it is in fact i have heard so and i wonder the Mcdonald drug company sell it for the same Price they do the old style because it is really a very costly a Well that Dosena to concern us. Who was it said that people fancied themselves pious sometimes when they were Only bilious no matter i was Only going to say that people often seem wicked when it is Only their liver their stomach some other cantankerous Organ the body so out order they be Good if they a and if All the miserable dyspeptic and victims bilious Ness headache and the thousand and one ills that flesh is heir to would Only take vinegar bitters what a Happy world this would be a a i should recommend the new a i never go Back the old a Well they can pay their Money and take their Choice for both kinds work Only Temperance bitters known. Vinegar bitters the Grea l blood purifier and health restorer. Cures All kinds headache a thin thirty minutes try it. The Only Temperance bitters know. It stimulates the brain and quiets the nerves regulates the bowels and renders a perfect blood circulation through the human veins which is sure to restore perfect health. Feta it a Beautiful Book free. Addess r. H. Mcdonald drug co., 38yl 532 Washington Street new York. The eminent and world renowned German Oculi St Aurist and optician . Moritz Salm founder and principal Eye ear nose and Throat infirmary Corner High and Lafayette streets Columbus. Ohio makes his next visit to port Washington february 2d, at american House Newcomerstown. February commercial hotel Uhrichsville. February 4,Central hotel new Philadelphia february 5, Exchange hotel. Dover february 6th, 1889. Ill return same Date each month. Chronic diseases the Eye such As granulated lids chronic inflammation the lids the Iris the Choroid Ltd the Retina chronic ulcerations spasms the lids cancer the lids and Eye la ears running Over tie Cheeks Day and night blindness purulent mattering sore eyes gonorrhoea Ophthalmia. Syphilitic Ophthalmia red blotches Brown ones the Ball. it i Lithal Mia. Opa cities milk Lite the Eye glaucoma cupping the nerve Ama Rosis falling out lashes. Sores redness edges lids eyes and All other diseases to hich the Eye its appendages Are liable positive and rapid cure guaranteed. This eminent German specialist from Berlin positively cures All diseases the Eye ear nose Throat and lungs after Al others fail. He has cured More cases blindness deaf Ness. Catarrh Throat and lung diseases than any living physician. Go and see i r. Salm at this visit. Consultation and examination free. Address All communications to 1> Moritz Salm Columbus. Ohio. Olaf Road notice. A petition will be presented to the commissioners Tuscarawas county Ohio at their session commenting monday february 4th. 1889, for the establishment a county Road along the following described route commencing in the Road leading from East Shanesville to Farmersville the Boundary line Between the lands Samuel Helmuth and l. J. Mast thence South along the Boundary line dividing the lands Samuel Helmuth and l. J. Mast and the lands Isaac Miller and Ezra Neff to the land s. J. Miller thence South through s. J. Millers land to the Boundary line Between a. It Millers and s. J. Millers lands thence South along said Boundary line to the land a. C. Miller thence South through a. C. Millers land to the land Daniel Hoopengarner thence South through Daniel Hoopengarner a land to the new Philadelphia and Miller Burgh Road and terminating therein. The route the whole distance to be along the present by Road. Many petitioners. Sugar Creek township Tus. Co. 0., january 5,1889. 3w4 our Chicago and Denver express. Commencing sunday october 28th, the Only exclusive through Pullman car line from Chicago to Denver via Council Bluffs and Omaha will be established Over the Chicago Milwaukee it so St. Paul and Union Pacific railways the following tire schedule leave Chicago daily 10 40 p. M. Arrive Council Bluffs 6 50 a arrive Omaha. 7 05 a a leave Omaha. 8 00 a a arrive Denver 2d Day 5 25 a a this train makes direct connection with All trains from the East arriving in Chicago at night. Sleeping car fare $6.00. Excursion tickets to All Colorado Points now Sale. 45wl0 Legal notice. The undersigned have been duly appointed executors the last will and testament John Leadrach late Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased All persons indebted to the estate Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance. Gotlieb Leadrach. Jacob Leadrach. John . J january 16,1889. 4w2 Spring disorders shattered nerves tired brain impure blood debilitated system All Aro the natural outcome in the Spring. A Medicine must be used and nothing equals Paine a celery compound. We let others Praise us you cannot help believing a disinterested party. Brigadier general w. L. Greenleaf Burlington. Yt., writes a i have used paines celery compound several occasions and always with Benefit. Last Spring being very much run Down and debilitated i commenced caking it. Two bottles made me feel like a new Man. As a general tonic and Spring Medicine i do not know its a i have used two bottles your Paine a celery compound and it has Given entire satisfaction As an a t. L. And and it has Given entire Sal appetizer and blood Berner Watertown Dakota. Paine a celery compound is prescribed by physicians recommended by druggists endorsed by ministers praised by users and guaranteed by the manufacturers As a Spring Medicine which will do All that is claimed for it. Use it this Spring and see How quickly it tones you up. Purifies the blood. Full accounts wonderful cures made by Paine a celery compound after other medicines and the Best physicians had failed sent free. There s nothing like it. Fl.. Six for $5.00. Druggists. Wells Richardson amp co., Burlington it. Simple durable economical. It is easy to Dye with Diamond dyes David Zimmerman new Phila Delphiia times. Zfat Zeta keeps constantly hand and for Sale Copper rivets rubber belting leather belting Shaft rubbers Saddle nails buggy knobs tufting buttons Hob nails saddles whip holders harness Oil Martingale rings Martingales Curry Combs rubber in a telling rivet setts bridle Bitts bridles harness ornaments lines strip awls tacks breast straps buggy cushions breast strap slides choke straps Hanie clips Hame Staples Hames Hame rings halters whips Girth web snaps ferrets bridle fronts buckles stirrups Oak Kip harness rings French Kip harness soap condition powders j size Sticks tallow punches Ink lard Oil shoe strings i miners Oil Heel nails Zinc pads 1 eyelet setts shoe buttons rasps Fly nets nippers Axel grease Pinchers rubber packing Welt knives Castor Oil Burnishers hitch ii straps Sand paper breast strap rings Emery straps Halter bolts measuring straps Box loop., bristles Button looks. Shoulder Sticks gum Tragacanth Cement neats f a get i 1. Heel plates fish it it rovers Needles machine a shoe polish Jiame rivets Cork insoles horse cards Rosetts a Milf soles it big sad los. Shawl Iros French calf tug in Joks sole leather 1 Uteri it Rin pads american calf sweat upper i butt chains buggy Lap dusters Trace Cha is French Morocco 11arness leather w hip s it eks j Sircin Gies dash leather Saddle blankets lace leather whip rat hers Belt leather 1 Channel nails Oil cloth Belt Hooks Button fasteners buggy washers Gaiter elastic toppings linings apron skins Boot web Linen thread silk thread shoe knives shoe pegs hammers awl handles steel Shanks harness Needles Heel braces Heel Ball lasts awls Wax clamps Boot Trees crimp boards Peg cutters Girths beeswax eyelets push Robes fur Robes rubber cloth sea grass Matts. Rubber horse covers hungarian nails lasting tacks Zinc nails coach pads shoe buckles neck yokes Guage knife open links Etc., Etc., Etc., everything sold at the very lowest prices Cash paid for hides sheep pelts and furs october 18, 1888. 43m6 Louis Zellner amp sons manufacturers tin. Copper and Sheet Iron Ware Ani dealers in a Iron Ami slate mantles irate fronts i tile hearths. A full line Cook and heating stoves House tarnishing goods Etc. Tin Iron and slate rooting and spouting a. Speclaiji3t, we Are agents for the celebrated Richmond hot air furnaces the Best for soft Coal. Ito. 5, its Quot bloc ii new Philadelphia 8yi Ohio scientific american established 1845. A the oldest and most popular scientific and mechanical paper published and has the largest circulation any paper its class in the world. Fully illustrated. Best class Wood engravings. Published weekly. Send for specimen conv. Price $3 a year. Four months trial $1. Munn amp co., publishers 361 Broadway . Architects amp edition scientific american. A great Success. Kach Issue contains coloured lithographic plates country and City residences Public buildings. Numerous engravings and full plans and specifications for the use such As contemplate buil Ding. Price $2.50 a year 25 Eta. A copy. amp co., publishers. May be secured by applying to Munny a co., w i have had Over 40 years experience and have made Over 100,000 applications for american and foreign patents. Send for handbook. Correspondence strictly confidential. Trade Marks. In Case your Mark is not registered in the Patent office apply to Munn a co., and procure immediate Protection. Send for handbook. Copyrights for books Chart maps Etc., quickly procured. Address Munn a co., Patent solicitors. General office 361 Broadway n. Y. Joe climb a a c h i n e s e l a u n dry Cyvas is a too. D0ntvbouuyr rubber boots until you have seen the a col Chester with sole leather Heel. This is the Best fitting and most durable Boot in the Market. Made the Best pure gum Stock. The Solo leather Heel saves Money to the wearer. Buy your Arctic in Yull i til you have seen the Colchester Arctic with a outside counter. Ahead All others in style amp. Durability. If you want the Worth your Money try the Colchester with a outside kept Here by Best stores at wholesale by the .11 Ley in rear Chas. Engels ii. Cd 11 ii3s it so co., new Philadelphia Ohio. No it a. 15. M3 Pittsburgh. A White shirts 10 cts new White shirts 12.\ nightshirts 10 ctr undershirts 7 cts drawers 7 cts Woolen shirts 8 cts collars 2 cts cuffs 4 cts socks 4 cts handkerchiefs,2 cts ladies collars a cts White vests 20 cts Hose 4 Els sheets 10 cts towels 4 cts flex us All work done within three Days. Wash Days a monday wednesday and Friday. Claims for shortage must be made at once. Washing 90 cents per dozen. December 6, 1888. 50mg bilious Ness sick head Jackie uk4utijukn, liver indigestion 2>xbpltsla, col la Launt jaundice after Darkie us came Light. One month ago . Moritz Salin the Germania Eye ear nose and Throat infirmary Columbus Ohio operated my right Eye for Cataract. 1 was Blind totally Blind for 12 years and to div i can read and write again. Can see hundreds Yards away in fact can see As Good As when i was a boy. P All this thanks to the doctors successful operation. J. W. Torrence 62 years old. Bell Center Logan co., dec. 24. 4w4 by t3ing the genuine dk.mclane�?Ti celebrated a by liver pills pkg naked Only by Fleming bros., Pittsburgh Ptg ii War coup the amp kits made in St. 44yl Alt e w waft to u All to take the Agency an i Ell flan our safes size 28x18x18 inches weight 500 . Retail Price $35 other sizes in proportion. A rare Chance and permanent business. These safes meet a demand never before supplied by other Safe companies As we Are not governed by the Safe Pool. Address Alpine Safe co., Cincinnati Ohio. September 27. 1888. 4 m6 traveler a guide. , Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad. In effect feb. 2, 1889. New Standard time. Trains going South. Stations. No. 1. A pm Inoff fit a. No. 3. A com modal a. No. 5. No. 19 Cleveland. 6 45 a. M. 4 15p.m. 5 20 am Black River 7 <0 a a 4 25 Quot 6 30 a a Elyria. 7 20 a a 4 45 a a 7 20 a a Grafton. 7 40 a a 5 10 a a 8 05 a Medina. 8 30 a a 6 00 a a 10 15 a a chips Walak 8 4-5 a 6 18 a a 10 40 a a Sterling. 9 05 a a 6 38 a a 12 05 pm Warwick. 9 31 a a 7 05 a a 1 05 a a Fulton. 9 40 a a 7 12 a a 1 30 a a Massillon. 10 02 a a 7 32 a a 6 00a.m. 2 45 a a Navarre. 10 16 a a 7 47 a a 6 15 a a 3 22 a a Beach City. 10 28 a a 8 02 a a 6 34 a a 4 05 a a Strasburg. 10 39 a a 8 13 a a 6 47 a a 4 40 a a Dover. 10 54 a a 8 28 a a 7 04 a a 5 50 a a new child. 11 02 a a 8 35 a a 7 15 a a 6 20 a a Goshen. 11 19 a a 8 43 a a 7 22 a a Tuscarawas 11 16 a a 8 50 a a 7 49 a a 7 08 a a Uhrichsville. 11 25 a a 9 00 a a 7 25 a a 11 30 . 757 44 Newport. Stillwater. 11 38 a a 11 49 a a 7 47 a a 8 02 a a Tippecanoe 11 59 a a 8 25 a a Freeport. Flushing. 12 14 . 12 47 a a. 8 33 a a 9 07 a a. Bridgeport. 2 05 a 10 25 a a arrive at Wheeling by Street car from Bridge port depot. Trains going North. Stations. Accommodate a no. 2. No. 4. A com no. 6. No. 24 Bridgeport. 11 35 4 12 pm. Flushing. 12 55 a a 5 29 a a Freeport. 1 24 6 01 a a Tippecanoe. 1 40 a a 6 18 a a Stillwater. 1 52 a a 6 30 a a Newport. 2 03 a a 6 40 a a Uhrichsville. 2 12 a a 6 50 a a 5 00 . 2 12 a a 6 50 a a 4 30am Tuscarawas 5 08 a a 2 20 7 05 a a 4 40 a a Goshen. 5 15 a a 2 37 Quot 7 13 a a 4 50 a a new Hilad. 5 33 a a 2 34 a a 7 21 a a 5 05 Quot Dover. 5 32 a a 2 43 a a 7 46 a a 5 32 a a Strasburg. 5 46 a a 2 57 a a 7 46 a a 6 4a a Beach City. 5 58 a a 3 08 a a 8 02 a a 7 03�?o Navarre. 6 15 a a 3 22 a a 8 15 a a 7 40 a a Massillon. 6 30 a a s 37 a a 8 30 a a s 45 a a Fulton. 6 50 a a 3 57 a a 10 05 a a Warwick. 6 58 a a 4 05 a a 10 20 a a Sterling. 7 25 a a 4 30 a a 11 10 a a chips Walak 7 48 a a 4 53 a a 12 01 by Medina. 7 59 a a 5 09 a a Grafton. 8 35 a a 5 55 a a 100�?o Elyria. 9 07 a a 6 20 a a 4 15 a a Black River 9 25 a a 6 35 a a 5 00 a a Cleveland. 9 40 a a 6 45 a a 10 15 a trains Stop signal for passengers. Tickets Sale at All stations and ticket offices. Oscar Townsend general manager we. 11. Grout Gene a freight and ticket agent Cleveland and Marietta railway. In effect december 2, 1888. Go North. No. 2 no. 4 no. 8. A no. 10 la Parks by. 200am 855 am Marietta. 645 1150 300pm 530am Cay Wood. 703 120o 325 555 Stanley. 709 1204 335 605 Whipple. 725 1229 400 650 Warner. 735 1219 415 655 Elba. 750 1253 435 720 Macksburg. 757 1 10 445 745 Dexter City. 804 107 455 804 South Olive. 809 111 500 812 Dudley. 816 117 510 832 Caldwell. 825 125 526 900 Belle Valley. 8.�?~55 135 540 925 Ava. 844 144 555 940 Glen Wood. 850 150 005 950 it pleasant. 856 156 515 11 too Byers i he. 908 2lo 635 1025 Cambridge. 927 228 7i i 1130 Oldham a. 933 235 1142 Millers. 940 242 1155 Kimbolton. 950 253 1210 Guernsey. 955 257 1225 Post boy. 1002 304 1240 no motown. 1013 315120 Wolf a. 1020 325 135 Lii Lisburg. 1033 336 200 Blackband. 1038 341 210 Turners. 1044 347 220 Cana Dover. 1055 357 240 a Val june. Canton. 1117 1215 pm 417 440 Akron. 115 Cleveland. Buffalo. 230 81.5 Toledo. 620 iii.5 a via w. A l. E. And l. Amp m. Going South. No. 1-5. No. 3. No. 7 i 1 no. 9. La Toledo. 745 am. Buffalo. 540cleveland. 1115akron. 1230 pm. Canton. 128valley Jun ctr a. 45j pm 230 >00 am canal Dover. 512 253730 Turners. 555 303 a. 750 Blackband. 600 309 a. 800 Phillipsburg. 605 314810 Wolf a. 616 325835 newcomers 625 335940 Post boy. 635 245 1002 Guernsey. 642 352 i. 1020 Kimbolton. 647 357 i. 1040 Millers. 657 4071055 Oldham a. 704 414 i. 1110 Cambridge. 714 424 i 725a m 1130 Byersville. I a a a a it 4401220 pm Point pleasant 747 4541245 Glenwood. 753 5 h 1 1255 Ava. 800 506 a. 105 Belle Valley. 810 516 835 135 Caldwell. 825 526 j 900 200 Dudley. 832 533 915 215 South Olive. 838 500 927 2 it Dexter City. 842 .545 932 240 Macksburg. 849 552 942 300 Elba. 856 559 952 31 Warner. 910 613 1015go Whipple. 920 621 1030 i m Stanley. 935 638 1055 425 Cay Wood. 941 703 1105 435 a Marietta. 1600 703 1130 500 Parkersburg. 155 pm 1145no. 5 and 6, daily. Through coaches trains nos. 2 and 3. Between Marietta Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c w a b a c a a and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with i a East and West at Newcomerstown with p. C a St l East and West at Dover with claw and c and 1\ North and East at Valley Junction with w a l e and Valley Llvy. W k Richards Send i pass age to a. Wikoff Gen manager. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect feb. 10, 1889. Going East. Stations. express local. new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 10 . 1 20 . Canal Dover. 6 45 Quot 2 20 a a 1 45 a a 715 a a 2 35 a a 215 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 h Quot 2 41 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 56 a a 3 >9 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 a a 3 01 a a 3 17 a a Malvern. 8 25 a a 3 11 a a 3 35 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 16 a a 3 42 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 3 25 1 3 55 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 35 a a 4 05 a a Alliance. 10 05 a a i 20 a a Cleveland. 1250 . 6 35 a a Wells i he. 1215 a 5 25 a a Bellaire. 5 10 a a him a a Pittsburgh. 2 25 a a 7 45 a a going we St. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 6 10 . 1235 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 10 Wellsville. 8 15 2 50 Cleveland. 7 45 1 35 Alliance. 10 25 3 45 Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 30 . Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 45 Oneida. 11 12 4 36 8 10 Malvern. 11 17 4 43, 8 35 Waynes Burg. 11 28 5 my 8 55 Magnolia. 11 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 /.oar. 11 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 10 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 11 00 All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect a Alliance with trains the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to r. K. Dixon agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. James Mccrea e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to. Pittsburgh a. Valley railway. In effect december 2, 1888. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 3. No. 7. No. 4. No. I. Is. A a ?_1 t_1 1 15pm 5 08 5 37 6 33 7 25 la Cleveland a Peninsula. Akron. Canton. A Val a Jet la 9 24ar� 9 6 8 55 7 .55 705 2 30pm 1 42 1 15 12 15 11 30am patents. Ii. A 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 i Washington d. C. Intent att is. Feb. 2, �?T8y i 20yrs. Practice in pensions. Amp Soldier claims. Success no fees. Send for new Laws. C. 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