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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 2, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Eveet thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch three inches. Six inc half column one Colu Iru. Volume y. New Philadelphia o., thursday january 2, 1890. Business directory. Prances Romiz. Attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia. Ohio. P r. A s. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio Over citizens National Bank. Office 44yl John w. Nix in. M. D., physician and surgeon. Office on South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by or. 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 . On North Broadway. 47yl new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday january 1890. Hummel Bloch second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 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 Samuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care Iii Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in a Lummll Block second floor. Bucklen Warnaca Salvo. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Saf action or Money refunded. Price 2f> cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller a son. 6y2 /. Patents. £3tjir 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 m0�?T3 1.50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Four years old. We Are Happy to Bay to our Many friends and patrons that the new Philadelphia times was four years old yesterday. It give3 us pleasure too to note the fact that the times has the largest circulation of any paper published at the county seat. We feel that our Success is not alone due to our efforts but partially due to the efforts of the Many Well wishers of the times. We heartily thank every subscriber for their patronage and Trust our relations May always be pleasant. We shall Endeavor to Merit an increased patronage for the coming year. We wish our friends one and All a Happy and prosperous year. Ii. So a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 20 years examinations As to patentability this country and some fatal cases Are of 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, real estate for Sale or Exchange desirable farms in Tuscarawas county and Oiler counties of Ohio and in other states. Small tracts of land near new Philadelphia. A Florida Orange Grove a number of desirable residences business properties stocks of goods a. Money to loan on first mortgage at Low rates. F. Romit. Atty at Law. Office in Mclean a Block new Philadelphia March 14, is89 12tf the influenza is spreading rapidly in is could reported. The weeks doings. The weeks doings. Wanted. Salesmen to introduce and sell our Fine 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 amp Atwood nurserymen Geneva new York. Oct. 3, 5m reaver dam Valley Brick Yard new Philadelphia Ohio. John off Holder proper St class Brick and roofing tile always hand at moderate prices. Give us All. 5cyl children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she wis a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. Holiday excursions. Representatives troendly and Benfer and senator John a. Buchanan have already gone to Columbus to arrange their quarters for the coming session. Senator Buchanan a head quarters will be at the Neil House. We have not Learned where the two representatives will engage lodgings. We Hope oui representatives will support Hon. Jesse p. Forbes for speaker of the House. Or. Forbes was a former Tuscarawas boy and represents our neighbor county of we should kindly remember our neighbors. Jesse is a Bright Young Man and Well worthy the Honor. The russian influenza a disease which spread Westward to the United states has visited Many cities in this country. People Are seized with violent sneezing running of the nose pains and a general depressed feeling. The disease is not of itself fatal but Many cases of pneumonia follow closely and Many cases prove fatal. We have not heard of it in this Community. Low rate tickets via the Pennsylvania lines. Holiday excursion tickets at Low round trip rates will be sold from All ticket offices of the Pennsyl Larcia lines West of Pittsburg on december 24th, 25th, 31st, 1881and january 1st, lv90, Good going on Date of Sale and returning until january 3d, 1s90 Henry w. Grady the eloquent orator and Able editor of the Atlanta Constitution is dead and the South loses one of its Best men. His ambition seemed to be to restore Friendship Between the North and South and develop a High and Noble sphere for the Southern people As citizens and As manufacturers. He was outspoken on the race question and gave warning that the Whites would never surrender their government to the coloured race though Superior in numbers. \ guns at Taylor a hardware store. $1,500 to loan enquire of f. To Mig Mcclean Block. 46tf miss Cora Stoody gave a party to a lot of her lady friends monday night. Judge Yeagley has been on the sick list for a few Days but we Are glad to see him out again. If you want a Good paying position read the a a add in another column headed $50�?$75 per month. Marion i Hoopingarner was made Happy on the 27th uit., upon the arrival of a fourteen Pound girl. Next y. M. C. A. Lecture monday january 6th. Subject a snobs and snobbery by col. L. F. Copeland the a a Prince of married by Rev. Cook at the presbyterian parsonage last week Fillmore Crabtree and miss Margaret a. Gatchell both of Tuscarawas county. Married by Rev. J. R. Keyes dec. 25, 1889, at the Home of the Bride George a. Wassman of East Liverpool Ohio and miss Bertha Regina Emerson. The hour for opening the new Philadelphia Posto Tice on sunday has been changed from 2 to 3 p. M to 9 to 10 a. M. This change will go into effect after sunday january 5th, 1890. Feed cutters at Taylor a store. Hardware lw4 there were ten children brought from Jefferson county to the Home in this county on Friday last. Santa Claus paid Pike run a visit sure and left with James Romig a bouncing boy and George Beans two Fine girls the United weight being seventeen pounds. Philip Miller sex postmaster for canal Dover died on Christmas morning and was buried on Friday. Brights disease was the cause of his death. Or. M. Was appointed postmaster under Cleveland a administration. To Florida commencing december 8th, the Queen k Cressent route will have double Dai sleepers Cincinnati to Jacksonville dts Pullman Palace and Mann Bou or sleepers. This line is 110 Miles be shortest and 3 hours the quickest d the Only line running Compart Lent sleepers in which a Section is act Cali a state room train leaving Cincinnati 8.10 am As through Sleeper via w. A. Route driving at Jacksonville 11.30 next mor ing. This is the fastest time Ever Laden 27 hours and 20 minutes he Florida special leaving Cincinnati v00 pm. With baggage car Day coaches and Pullman Palace and boudoir sleepers runs through solid via e. T. V. Amp g. Route a no change for any class of passengers or baggage arrives jacksonville�?T11.45 next evening. Train leaving Cincinnati 7. 00 pm. Has Pullman Palace and boudoir sleepers Cincinnati to Jacksonville via w amp a it Ute arriving Jacksonville 7.55 second morning. 50v\3 year. The Cleveland Plain dealer an 8 Page 56 column Strong. Aggressive democratic newspaper. Or. We. A hash who has been a member of the it county commissioners Board for the past six years retires from office with the closing year. Or. Lash has been an Active and conscientious member of the Board and we feel Safe in saying Lias Given general satisfaction. He has always favored a fair distribution of the county printing but was on the minority Side and could Only show a Good intention. We commend his efforts for fairness just the same. His successor or. Westhafer we feel will till the Bill As an honest Able and fair official. He enters on his duties the first monday of this month. J. G. Newman a new House on Ray Street is nearing completion and will be a a a Dandy a when completed. Why not More of our monies men follow his example which would be a profitable investment for them and pleasing to the Community. Rev. Cook will preach a Sermon next Sabbath reviewing the work of his charge during his pastor ship of the past seven year8. Or. Cook has held the Friendship and esteem of his congregation in the highest degree. A salary with expenses paid will come Handy to anyone who is now out of employment especially where no previous experience is required to get the position. If you want a position see advertisement on our fourth Page headed a a a Chance to make iw4 Jacob Stoody has sold his new dwelling and store building on West High Street to Harry Cramer son in Law of j. G. Newman for tiie sum of $5,500. He has also sold the Stock of groceries to be invoiced february 1st, next. Ira Smith the twelve year old boy of Canton who shot and instantly killed Caroline Kroff aged 12 years August last was found guilty of manslaughter. The boy did not know the gun was loaded. The citizens think the verdict was wrong. The wife of Dom Pedro late emperor of Brazil died december 28th, of heart disease. The emperors troubles seem to come doubly upon him. An exile from his country though an emperor is not very encouraging to Kings and Queens in this enlightened age. Leave your orders at City drug store for copies of Centennial letter copying books. 51 w3 do your local advertising in the times. Circulation 56 quires one half larger than any other democratic paper in the county. The a a stand up carpet Stretcher a is the most Complete Stretcher Ever offered to the Public. Sold by 52w6 P. Taylor amp co. Mrs. Lucy Joss gave an elegant Tea party new years eve in Honor of miss Nellie Carl of Cleveland. All enjoyed themselves exceedingly Well. 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 and Small tracts on Dover Road. Cheap lots on easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. F. Romig. Office in Mcclane Block. 46tf i have the House and lot recently occupied by Jacob Bippus deceased for Sale and will receive bids until january 18th, 1890. Geo. W. Bippus. Iw3 adm a. For Sale or trade�?160 acres of Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property in or near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call on the editor of the times. Of for Sale Fairview building lots at West end of fair Street new Philadelphia near new school House site very cheap Long time Small Cash payments. John a. Iii Mes at. 42tf for weak lungs and feebleness chases Barley malt whisky is an excellent tonic. It is absolutely pure full of Nutriment and builds up the system. A. Bippus amp son sole agents in new Philadelphia. 50w4 the Beautiful cantata a the birth of Christ a rendered by some of the members of Emanuel a lutheran Sabbath school Christmas eve under the direction of the superintendent w. B. Winch assisted by Jirs. Winch was a decided Success and will Bear repeating. Personal mention. Or. And mrs. Mentzer Are visiting friends at Leesville Ohio. Or. Harry Kurtz and miss Lou Belott left for Leetonia monday. Ber mrs. J. Ii. Tipton of Richmond ind. Is visiting Jas. Spence and family. A misses Emma Snyder and Nellie Lytle visited Uhrichsville friends last week. White sewing machines at Taylor a popular hardware store. Iw4 John Burry and family of Cleveland Are spending a few weeks with friends in this place. Earl Smith of Cleveland Ohio spent sunday with his lady Friend miss Blanche Greene. Miss Wiinnie Spence returned Christmas from a five weeks visit in Richmond ind. Mrs. Will. Nusdorfer of Cleveland is visiting her parents or. And mrs. John Kaderly of this City. Harry Stewart of Canton spent the holidays with his Many acquaintances in new Philadelphia. John Tumbleson and wife from Leesburg Indiana Are visiting at the residence of treasurer Jie yers. The misses Ollie and Mary Ford of Harrison county visited at the residence of s. Moore last week. Or. Robert and miss Ida Patterson of Cleveland Are spending toe holidays in new Philadelphia the guest of or. And mrs. A. Shott. Arthur Marshall of Mansfield Ohio spent a few Days last week the guest of miss Addie Crowley on his Way to Toledo Ohio his future Home. Vick and Harry Donahey sons of clerk Donahey spent the holidays with friends in Freeport Harrison county. Vick says he made the a Cotton tails Hunt their holes. Miss Mira Teetrick a highly accomplished Young lady of Bucyrus Ohio and or. We. Harkins of Ashland Ohio returned Home tuesday after a pleasant visit with the times family. The Farmers of Coshocton county Aie wide awake in reference to the necessity of Good roads. They will have a Bill introduced in the coming legislature authorizing the county commissioners to a Walter establish Lay out Grade and improve county roads and highways and to Grade the same not less than Twenty feet wide and on which when so Grad d there shall be a track not less than ten feet wide which shall be covered with gravel or broken Stone Etc.,�?� said work to extend throughout the whole county to be executed by superintendents under the employ and direction of the commissioners and such material and work to be paid for out of the county Treasury. The Plain dealer will devote itself earnestly to the restoration of democratic supremacy in the councils of the nation. The Plain dealer believes in equal rights and an honest vote that unnecessary taxation is unjust taxation that a a monopolies and a a trusts Are a menace to our free institutions. A the Plain dealer prints a Complete epitome of Toje news in every Issue. Subscription Price Only 811.00 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 of charge. All the sporting news. Editorial sketches illustrated Arti family Council and Many other Active features making it newspaper you want free Sample to a Nynne. A Ojie do guar a year the democrats of the state of Jary land oppose the australian ballot Box system on the ground that it induces bribery beforehand to influence votes t he Law will not be passed in Jia Ryland the Gist of the opposition is couched in the following language a a the system that removes the voter from the influences of men of intelligence to a Box leaves him to the danger of the Money Power. You pay a voter if you pay him at All in secret. By the system he is exposed to the corrupt inti fences of bribery More than other matters to come before the legislature Are of vital importance but this is the one great thing to in Plain dealer no St., Cleveland Ohio is paid to postmasters r agents. I he friends of the several senatorial candidate Are gathering at the Capitol and next f rid a and saturday will witness some very interesting political work. 1 he lobbying will All be done and ready for t a vote when the session opens Fairiee is undoubtedly in the Lead and we Trust his following will be sufficient to nominate him. If Brice does not prove to be the Man there i3 no doubt but it will be a a a dark horse a As the attacks upon Brice has been so bitter by the other candidates that Price s following will never go to them fun scar a wag county will stand by Brice and three votes will be cast for the Lima senator. This is the sentiment of the constituency in Tuscarawas county. This to us seems to be for the Best interests of the democratic party. School commences again on monday next and the children will have to be on the look out for the truancy Law takes effect then and the a a truant officer will look after All children who violate the Law by staying awl by from school. Parents should consider the welfare of their children and keep them at school and not grumble when the officer catches the truant boy. A Man named j Ohn niger says the Newtoni Erston Index of dec. 26th, was found dead near Post boy Early sunday morning and upon examination it was found he died from the effects of bad whisky. Niger had been in company with a Miner named Maug saturday night they got on a a spree a and on their Way to a boarding House niger sat Down on a stump to Cool off Maug urged niger to go on to the House but he refused to go and Maug left him there next morning niger was found dead he had fallen to the ground face downward with his arms folded across his breast. His Mother and sister living at Black band were sent for and they ordered his mining tools sold and gave him a decent burial near their Home. From the Cleveland Plain dealer of last saturday we copy the following a a a most remarkable Case has just been reported from Beach City a Small town in the southwestern part of this county. Mrs. Catharine Brown died and was buried there a few Days ago. She was almost 94 years old. She had been married twice and had 21 grandchildren 36 great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren. She had seen her father her Grandfather and her great Grandfather and thus standing in the Center As representing one generation she looked Back upon three other generations and then upon those that came after Here her children he children a children her children a children a children and her children Schil or ppm a children a children in All four generations. This remarkable old lady years ago put her House in order and kept her lamps trimmed for the reaper. She made her own burial Robes knit herself a pair of Linen stockings for the occasion gave full details for her burial and then calmly awaited the messenger of on january 13, 1890, the Cleveland amp Marietta Ray will sell Low rate excursion tickets from All Coupon stations to Columbus Ohio on account of the inauguration of governor elect Campbell. Tickets Good going on All regular trains and returning until january 14. Further information and rates Given by any ticket agent of the c. Amp m. Ray upon application. Agent Morris of the Valley Road reports Over three tons 60,000 lbs of Holiday candies unloaded at his station for the Trade at Mineral Pointer. Bro. Plosick that is the first knowledge we had that your people were so a sweetly that amount would give at least two pounds each to every Man woman and child in the township. That would be a bad break for a new year. A at a meeting of the National Union held dec. 23d, 1889, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year president a. W. Bower. Vice press to a. C. Sanders. E. Fribley. P. Or. Geo. H. Peck. Sec Yaj. G. Dieffenbache. F. . T. Dieffenbache. Treasurer John a. Himes. Chaplain a. V. Schweitzer. W. . A. Richards. Bechold. Miller. Trustees ii. V. Savadge James a. Richards j. T. Mccullough. Hon. J. N. Carlisle wife and two children of Pueblo col., and mrs. Sex governor Stone of Iowa but now of Washington Are visiting the families of John l. Kennedy and a. W. Patrick. Or. Carlisle is a Cousin of or. Kennedy. Adam Rinehart and wife of Kenton Ohio Are visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. Vail this City. Fifty one years ago or. Rinehart left this county where he was born and with his parents moved into Hancock county when that county was All in Woods. Tie pulpit and the Sta a. Rev. F. M. Shrout pastor United Brethren Church Blue Mound Kansas says a i feel it my duty to Tell what wonders or. Kings new discovery has done for me. My lungs were badly diseased and my parishioners thought 1 could live Only a few weeks. I took five bottles of or. Kings new discovery and am sound and Well gaining 26 pounds in Arthur love manager loves funny folks combination writes a a after thorough trial and convincing evidence i am confident or. Kings new discovery for consumption beats Mem All and cures when everything else fails. The greatest kindness i can do my Many thousand friends is to urge them to try it. Free trial bottles at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. Christmas at the Tuscarawas Home. Children a delinquent tax sales. Rimie lands lots and parts of returned delinquent by the j treasurer of Tuscarawas county Ohio together with the taxe3 and penalty charged thereon agreeably to Law Are contained and described in the following list Viz la a studs. A sneak thief entered the House of Lee Miller North Walnut Street by raising the window Sash on the lower floor saturday morning Between 1 and 2 of clock. After skirmishing in the lower rooms he went up stairs and when he was going throw a trunk mrs. Miller awoke and seeing the Man asked what he was doing there. The thief replied a a you a better keep still if you know what s Good for mrs. M. Screamed which awoke her father who was sleeping in an adjoining room and was visiting there at the time who immediately sprang out of bed and hurried to his daughters room but just in time to see the intruder going Down stairs at a rapid Gate and jump opt of the window which he had the thief before going up stairs Laid a Large cake and a Platter of meat in reach and when he left took them. He evidently knew All about the premises and expected to find Only or. And mrs. Miller in the House and As or. Miller it May be interesting to the readers of the times to know How Christmas was observed at the children a Home. The new addition was completed in time for the Holiday festivities the entire building and grounds having been put in Complete order reflecting great credit on the excellent management of the superintendent and his Good wife. On Christmas eve there was an entertainment Given by the children assisted by the employees. Much Praise is due the teachers misses Harmount and Wright for the excellent manner in which the children acquitted themselves. At the close of the entertainment All of the children marched into the front parlor to receive a treat of Candy and Popcorn and to see the Beau fully illuminated Christmas tree. The remainder of the evening was spent in games songs and having a Good time general. At 10 of clock the Happy children said Good night and a merry Christmas looking Forward to the morning and they were not disappointed either As each child was the recipient of a suitable present. The dinner consisted of Turkey Etc., Etc., which was served in the new dining room it was a pretty sight to View the Bright and Happy children As they marched to their places. The county commissioners and their wives were invited to take dinner at the Home. Messes. Lash and Emerson with their wives were present or. Benner being unable to come. They expressed themselves As being Well pleased with the management of the Home. The Dover band came Over in the afternoon and played a number of their choicest selections. They received the Many thanks of the children and the Good music was highly appreciated by the older members of the household. The children of the Home ought to be thankful to the people of the county for such a pleasant Home and to or. And mrs. Harmount and a aunt Lydia a for the delightful time they had on Christmas. It was one Long to be remembered by All. Spectator. Township amp names. R t q s Bucks twp. Wenz Valentine. 4 7 5 Wolf John a. 4 7 5 Clay twp. Heck John m. A Gnadenhutten Kuhn John a. A it 7 3 Dover twp. Mcbride James a. Q 3 9 19 Fairfield twp. Newport John. 1 9 3 1 same 1 9 3 Franklin twp. Stiner Harrison. 3 10 1 Stoutt Geo. A. 3 9 2 same 3 10 23 same 3 10 i 23 Goshen twp. Fairless Hephinger Esther. 2 a 1 Ohio state of. I 8 4 read John Schoenbrun same it same it same u same ii same a same ii same i 8 2 Smithley Jacob. I 8 4 same i 8 4 whittle James. I s 3 same i 81 3 Jefferson twp. Oesch Samuel. 3 7 21 Mill twp. Best Sarah. 1 7 4 Hunt James. 1 7 41 same 1 7 4 Patterson Cath. la 7 4 Ferrell Phoebe. La 7 4 Graham Annie. 1 i 4 Latto William. 7 13j 23 Reinacher j a. La 71 4 Simmons s a. 1 7 4 Thompson we. 1 71 a same 1 7 a Birch Michael. Or i 14 of Welch Ralph a. 1 7 1 Oxford twp 24 Fisher Joseph. 3 5 1 same 3 5 23 Hall Richard a. 3 5 211 Shepherd Joseph. 3 5 23 same 3 5 23 j Warner a a. 3 5 201 same 3 5 20 same 3 5 20 same 3 5 21 same 3 5 211 same 3 5 21 Perry twp. 3i Huntsman Mary a. 1 5 Rush twp. 12 Best Philbert a. 1 6 Louk Isaac. 7 13 26 same 7 13 26 same 7 13 26 Crim Martha a. 1 6 15 same 1 6 15 same 1 15 same 1 6 16 Sproull John or. 7 13 20 Sandy twp. 10 Bailey e a. 1 7i Myers George. 1 10 1 1 3 Myers resin. 1 10 Salem twp. Kaldenbaugh e a. 3 6 7 same 3 6 14 same 3 6 14 Sugarcreek twp. 8 8 Miller Christian. 4 Nolty Joseph. 3 8 4 Union twp. 29 Herron John a. 7 14 Smithly Jacob. 1 8 4 36 Walker Emma a. 7 14 Warren twp. Booth John heirs of. 7 15 29 Fry James of. 7 15 29 Kaderly Elizabeth. 7 15 31 21 Lucas Jesse. 7 15 Mills Jonathan. 7 15 j3g Wayne twp. 10 Adams William. 1 o o 16 Adams Frank. 4 10 1 Danner Rudolph. 3 9 2 Washington twp. Dicks Ruth. 2 5 21 Morris Neal a. I 2 5 ill same o 5 11 York twp. Bucy Cath. Jane amp Sarah. A it 7 / Deardorff Jesse a. I 3 t 1 same i 3 7 1 Keiser Mary a. I 2 / 4 same i 2. 7 1 4 or. Twp. Or lot. Acres. Part n a. Or s or n a. Or 14 lock 17 or n or 26 or n e. Or n e Cor 8. Or n e Cor 13 or 19. Pre 1. S w Cor s a. S e. S w a a a tax amp Val Ipeng Ltd 26-100 1-16 o 3 34-100 341 26 16-100 n 10 40 6 la a 1871 so $1 16 1 20 33 89 95 3 06 or 40 or 35 or 5. Or 11. Or 34. Or 37. Or 38. Or 31. Or 8. W h 26. E f 23 or 24 or 5. Or 5. Or 36. 60s 490j j 1501 220 1060j 190 500 20 3 33-100 1 20 3-18 20901 91j 4730 851 2880 94 2720 20 410 6 390 16 430 50 1140 50 620 21 30 j 41 70i 155-100 u0 20 308 Uhrich tract. Hij Uhrich tract. Or s a. Or 10 or s a. Or 4 or 4 or s w25x125 it 1-10 to 40 a a i h 25x1251 5 646-100 2-100 8 w. S a. Or s e. S a. Or s w. N a. N e. S w. Ore right or n w a a n e. S w a a s e. N w a a s e. So a a w j n w a be j n w a in w. S w a a 190 j 840 20 20. 10 370 7301 100 425 160 210 50 25 i 30 440 20 230 14 190 40 500 49 1130 40. 300 or n end e j n e. 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N or s w 2 2 40 5 Quot i 11 10 33 n 60 50 800 80 30 440 40 80 910 300 52 1480 301 >.7n -11 4 42 42 10 690 690 14 30 11 73 1 31 4 24 �?�5 74 23 87 5 80 20 40 1 60 47 02 105 17 64 42 60 89 10 03 9 60 10 47 26 10 14 30 1 65 2 49 2 73 7 60 10 15 20 98 1 99 3 38 1 66 18 84 16 06 5 55 16 17 11 04 14 18 4 14 2 57 16 94 9 33 8 61 13 89 22 37 11 85 11 85 29 94 22 70 22 71 11 85 3 20 2 69 51 52 8 05 10 34 7 30 13 58 16 28 16 84 12 81 90 76 2 85 2 35 20 68 36 87 11 21 2 69 1 97 13 64 2 27 1 66 46 84 1 87 3 40 20 62 7 47 32 28 1 89 6 28 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. Ii 2 s 1 of $ 2 00 $300 a Quot a 2 00 5 00 7 50 1ft 3 00 7 50 12 50 27. 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line number names. In lot. Out lot. What town amp additions. It. Front. Value. Penalty. A a tax. Mccook Geo a. Block lot. 21 Dennison. Wholeis52ft $20 69 1 75 Mercer Enoch. 4 12 a a Mckee a add. To 15 Mckee Leonidas. 3 4 u 1 m to 10 1 50 same 3 5 u u to 10 1 50 Mckee Thomas of. Outlet 1 \ acre 20 2 26 Brown Eliza a. Block 6 lot 4 a a Welsh a add. Whole 30 2 89 Mcconville d. Heirs. 0 6 u u m ii 10 1 64 same 4 1 a a a ii 20 2 26 Dickison Jesse. In lot 35 outlet Newtoni Erston n or no a u �0 part 60 3 07 same 36 44 60 3 07 same 37 to t. 44 390 14 44 Douglas Sarah a. Ill lot 8 outlet a a Beers add. Whole 490 z 17 89 Beers amp Shields. 3 a a Beer amp Shields and 44 330 16 74 Shumaker Joseph c 28 a a Pococke Sadd. 44 360 8 10 Shroyer Philip. 40 Sandyville. Ii 160 4 29 Snelbecker Joseph. 14 a a Bec Elsadd. 4 4 210 4 17 same 15 u it to 4 4 10 1 16 same 16 to to ii 4 4 10 1 16 same 17 it to to ii 10 1 16 same 18 it to to 44 10 1 16 same 19 it to to ii 10 1 16 Hill Robert. 61 Glasgow. Ii 15 1 27 Riley James. 6 it it 44 240 5 28 Wolf e. A. 35 Wolf a station. Ii 6 1 13 same 38 ii 44 5 1 13 same 12 ii 44 20 1 37 same 13 ii 44 20 1 37 Pritchard William. 19 Shanesville. 4 4 200 5 22 Crooks Mary. 26, new Cumberland. 4 4 160 4 46 Vail Mary. 3 1 a a Meek a add. Ii 60 2 83 Carnahan Lizzie. 1 a a suters add. Ii 60 2 31 foe i Mary a. 11 Foehl a sub division. I 4 320 6 01 and notice is hereby Given the whole of said several tracts lots or parts of lots or 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 on the third tuesday of 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 or parts of lots shall have been sold or offered for Sale. John w. Kinsey county auditor. December 23d, 18s9. From Lush. Smuggled cigars. 110 3400 27 1060 13-100 10 5 7-100 150 4 80 1 17 17 32 43 43 77 98 33 44 1 30 4 35 2 79 totxt3st a lots. The grave gets tired 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 of physical enjoyment the zest of 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 or a a pick me up a to give a fillip to digestion or a help the if such misguided folks would resort and adhere to a Lostetter a stomach bitters it would be Well with them. This Superb inv Gorant supplies the stamina that the feeble require by was lying very sick thought he could permanently reinforcing digestion and have his own Way m the matter. The assimilation. It overcomes nervousness old gentleman describes the thief As being tall and slim and wearing dark whiskers. Insomnia malaria kidney complaints Billiou Ness constipation rheumatic and neuralgia. 40yl�?52w4 names. 1 in lot. 1 3 i r 0 of that town amp additions to 0 3 it Manjra penalty. Tax. Ohio state of. 30 1 Lowville. Whole 3 >350 $ 7 44 Wolfarth Jacob. 6 a a Fosters add 190 j 4 50 same -1 t j u ii i i 388 8 15 Limbach Eliza. 11 a a Knopps add u 70 2 30 Dugan Mary a. 39 Gnadenhutten. I i 517 14 52 same 40i ii ii 36 1 94 same 41 ii i i 36 1 94 same 42 ii a 36 1 91 Dugan Mary m. 30 a a w or 2 acres. 135 4 53 Luebner Charles. 20 ii a 140 5 93 same 211 ii i i 36 2 27 same 22 ii i i 36 2 28 Boals Hester. 4 a a Peters s. A. Ii 290 8 56 Kohr Christian. 10 a Booth add. E \ 21 1 47 same 11 k it Ltd 1 whole 41 1 88 Hill Jacob 76 Dover. Ii 376 17 52 Betcher Schilling amp hos Tetler. 28 a a b s. Amp ii add. A a 50 3 21 Ranny e cd a. 14, North Somerdale. It 1 580 13 68 Wise Joseph. 3 Wise a add. To Somerdak l i 135 4 97 Saam Nicholas. 8 it Trasborg a Pitsky a add ii 150 4 24 Kuhn John a. 35 Lockport. Ii 230 5 .88 same 36 a whole 20 1 43 read John a. 11 Blak Esfield. N a 10 1 23 same 12 ii whole 20 1 44 Bippus Jacob. 61 new Philadelphia. E \ 57 0 30 92 Eckert Henry. 154 a a right of Way 8x28 20 2 05 Bland Barbara. 59 ii 66x132 1670 65 82 same 60 ii 6x132 50 2 95 Ohio state of. 194 a a West Side. 10 130 7 85 same 195 a a East Side. 28 1110 59 40 read Nettie a. 165 ii whole 880 52 28 Compton Silas. 1 a a Campbells add ii 41 16 92 Angel Charles. 9 a a a a 2nd add 50 2 95 Dildine Elizabeth. 17 a a Hugus add end 360 5 27 Gopp Elizabeth. 30 ii whole 270 15 21 Block lot Minnis Agnes. 6 2 West Philadelphia. Ii 130 6 05 in lot of lot Paulus Adam. 19 Philips Burgh lease. Ii 100 4 04 Topf John a. 38 Bolivar Yantis add. Ii 140 4 51 same 39 it to i i 50 2 26 same 33 it u ii 60 2 52 Bird Barnet. 120 Uhrichsville. A 47 23 07 i 1 Viii pm i i a v a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Hicks Thomas. 121 a a. A 50 3 41 Folwell Annie. 81 a a South Side. 24 9001 59 95 Haskins Isaac a. 1 to whole280 14 51 Thompson we. 246 a a. Ii j 63< 42 27 taxes Susan. 319 to ii 1 120 8 86 Bonner j f and a a. 25 a a Dawson sout lots 1 8-10a 70 5 58 same 26 a u .1 a jacks 220 15 41 barns Henry. 446 a a ii amp d add. Wow 10x60 30 2 96 Helwig Priscilla. 408 a Ltd a whole 40 3 62 Helwig Ellen a. 447 a a a a a a a a 44x60 20 2 31 Reed Christina. 378 it a a a 1 whole 3601 18 40 Spellman Jacob. 421 u la it go 230 8 82 Helwig Ellen a. A a a a h 2d add acre 201 1 97 same a to it i whole 40 2 93 same 1 r a a a a a a 2d add ii 20 1 96 same by j u a m a \ 10 1 48 same 4. To to u it 2-5pr 8 1 39 same 41 i to a it it Iff i30x60 9 1 >3 same 5 it to u to to n 8 1 53 same 51 to u to n to ii i 8 1 53 same 55 to it n it to ii 8 1 53 Thompson we. 2< a to a to to who 20 2 31 Helwig Ellen a. A a a a a a 3d Adt i a a 30 2 45 Oyster Maggie. A a Huston a 3d and. 0 1 a a i 7 0, 5 58 Lukins Daniel. 2. 3 a a m amp a addition. Ii 10 1 48 Block lot Birney Lucilla a. 2 3 a a porters 2nd add. A 30 2 45 Smith Alexander. 5 a a it a a j 20 2 31 in Loi i of lot 1 1 Hilton go amp a w Porte r 7 a a pm 0.1. N Vej 44-10 0 acre j 40, 3 62 Shamell Catharine a. 2 a a a. Car e 420 21 26 in to. Of lot Guthrie Francise. 2 1 a a p. Amp c. Addition. Whol e 220 15 07 Bartholow c to. 6 a u u a 1 10 1 48 protracted meeting is in Progress at Rush Chapel Rev. Hudson in charge. There is not much interest being manifested a his efforts to christianize the wicked sinners of this neck of Woods. The Oil Well near Gilmore or More properly speaking the Hole being drilled for Oil purposes has reached a depth of. How Many feet did you say a the managers Are very reticent in regard to any information connected with their Enterprise. Questions put the manager As to depth composition of strata or prospects of final Success Are invariably answered with a pleasant remark about the weather or some other like important subject. Supposition puts it however at about 1,000 feet. They have struck a Small Quantity of Gas which at times Burns very freely. Our old democratic Friend or. Ilef fling is a mine Host to the workmen. The Sanders school under charge of miss Jennie Berkshire celebrated Xmas with a grand Christmas tree. This school As regards educational Progress thorough discipline and As far As the teacher is concerned love of profession stands head and shoulders above any in the township. Mis3 Berkshire is one these indefatigable workers who never shirk any task and whose sole aim is the interest of the school. How different from some teachers we could name whose Solo ambition is the completion of their term so they can draw their salary. The welfare of the school is secondary. The prime Factor in their estimation is partiality towards directors children and friends the tickling of the vanity of some of the directors themselves or any other Means so As to hold on to their position. Nothing is considered too Low to stoop so As to accomplish this one Point. While i will admit that the above portrait does not apply to a majority of the teachers yet it is met with quite frequently and in some future Issue i May have occasion to be More specific to prove the above assertion beyond a reasonable there is something else needed to make a Success of a school besides a motto on the Wall with a god bless our school a and the teacher at the same time working for the Blessing of that other fellow and that of the directors. C. R. Itic. Cheap excursion to California in Pullman tourist sleeping cars for passengers Holdim 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 amp St. Paul and Union Pacific Shore line Only on 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 or address a. Y agent Milwaukee wis. 52tf a. Clever trick that has fooled a great Many smokers. The proprietor and a few friends were sitting around the table in an Uptown cafe the other Day when the door opened and two men each carrying a big bundle under his Arm walked in and took seats at another table. The newcomers were evidently foreigners judging from their Olive complexion sparkling Black eyes and Fine White Teeth. They had an animated conversation in Spanish Over a Small bottle of wine and occasionally shot furtive glances at the proprietor. One of them walked Over to the table where he was sitting and asked a does Senor Martinez Leev in Zis neighbourhood a the proprietor replied that he knew no one of that name and the spaniard walked Back to his companion. The proprietor whispered to his friends a i know what these ducks Are up to. Just watch and you la see some presently the spaniard crossed the room again and addressing the gentlemen around the table said a i Haf got some arte Ecles to Deleaver to Senor Martinez in new York and Haf lost Hees cart. Do none of Zegeri Tlemcen know Senor Martinez he keep Abee the proprietor repeated that he knew no such person. A nah a said the spaniard a zat yes too bad. 1 Haf a lot of Beautiful cigars Gran cigars which i Haf brought from Cuba and 1 must take zem All and he cast appealing glances proprietors friends. Seeing that no one was affected this declaration he leaned Over and in a hoarse whisper said a i am Zee Steward on a cuban Steamer and i have smuggled Zee cigars Beautiful Havana cigars for Senor Martinez. Haf you got a room where i can show zem to you Beautiful cigars gran1 cigars All Havana. Can to take Mem Back no More. Let you Haf Mem Vera the proprietor without saying a word walked Over to where his hat Hung on a Peg and took it off. The face of the Cigar vender fell. He threw Down a Dollar Bill for the wine and hastily grabbing his bundle walked out of Tho room followed by his companion. The proprietor laughed and said to his friends who looked surprised a a that a quite an old game. Those cigars no More saw Havana than i did. Those Fellows make a living by getting people to believe that they work on cuban steamers and smuggle the cigars. The cigars Are usually of the two for five species. These men Are mighty Clever and it takes an old hand at the business to detect them. They probably thought just now that i was going to Call a policeman and thought it Best to skip oven though they were not smugglers.�?n. Y. Sun. Bac drunk Annex a Liq nor habit. De Leonard Chas Skinner we Fleming Ella Thomas Betsy Sargent Nettie Newton Jas Mcmullen s e Jones e g Haynes William Gaines Sarah France James Dunn Elias Ila yes w e Angel in All the world there is but one cure or. Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup of Tea of Coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it effecting a speedy and ii. Carpenter Gene a pass permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking of 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 unclaimed letter for the week ending dec. 28,1889 Frank Angle Jno schemerhorn Gida Athey Rebecca c Newton Lizzie Shoemaker Leonard Newton a w wanly de Jones mrs Anna Wilanne Geneva Gatschet c w Clark mrs Mary Angel Robert Hanna j ii Brun. Daniel Korns p. M. Marriage License granted. Robert a. Belknap and Mary a. Ran Dai. Jacob Yackey and Mary m. Archinal. Rolla a. Murphy and Annae. Mears. We. M. Rees and Nellie m. Dubaugh. Samuel f. Winkler and Minnie m. Shawver. Jacob Bra Meier and Caroline wer Mer. John ii. Wherley and Emma Stein Baugh. T. P. Garber and Ada e. Hostetler. Epoch. The transition from Long lingering and painful sickness to robust health Marks an epoch in the life of the individual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory and the Agency whereby the Good health has been attained is gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so much is heard in Praise of electric bitters. So Many feel they owe their restoration to head i to the use of the great alterative and tonic if you Are troubled with any disease of kidneys liver or stomach of Long 07 Short standing you will surely find Relief by use of electric bitters. Sold at 50cts and $1 per bottle. Notice. All persons indebted to the late firm of j. Burry amp son will please Call for settlement. 50t a Bury amp son. Holiday excursion Itom. On dec. 24, 25 and 31,1889, the c. Amp m. Ry., will sell tickets to and from ail Points on their Road at rate of one and one third fare for round trip. Tickets Good returning until Jan. 3d, 1890. Houses Tor Sale. A number of desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at tikes 1 office

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