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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 4, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Time i new Philadelphia o., thursday Jan. 4, 1894. Number 2. Business directory. Prye metical and scientific Horseshoe special attention Given to diseased it and faulty action in roadsters. Tto shoeing Trotters and pacers a specially. Shop in Rufers stand 4-26 Gay West front Street. M. S. Maple dealer in groceries proviso is adj i we handle a thing but la a goods. Highest Barkiff Price paid for countr produce. 4sgive ,il9r k West front str Wall near planing Milt new Phil a. 35-Ly br0may0tel, formerly Jacob Foehl 4 son proprietors. Is Pasie second to be free bus to and from All Good barn accommodations. Do. Broadway Cor. Front St. New Phil Delphia Ohio. I 36-lf . Byron Hendershot. To i Scytko edit Omen / in a tvs North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-f C. Ellis i. Pm Iteck. Its for building any description execute in Short notice Callnn me at no. 48 South i a Dway. New Philadelphia Ohio. Sol Al a. Joseph f. Fox her Gentsch a drug store a Philadelphia Ohio it office Day night. Office Les women from 1 to 3 p. N. Ter attorney at Law Jion Given to business in pro office and residence w. Omerly occupied by j. A. D. A. P. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to 10 a. M. 2 to 4 p. M. 7 to 8 p. M. Sundays 9 to 10 a. M. T h. Booth in a a a a a no 0&Quot attorney at Law Public and conveyancer. Special it a paid to collections executors orators and guardians accounts. Stairs opposite the court House 5 Roadway. 47yl Hio Ermers insurance it any Lere to stay. It is finale to insure your property your i Sij. Do not be deceived Lse representations and predict other agents. J. R. Exp Ritz agent. I. R. Hendershot adjuster. Notice to our the Farmers patrons. Pub. Co. Has baking t powder absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening late t United states government food report. Royal baking powder . 106 Wall St . Hard times in Germany. Berlin dec. 21�?berlin seems to have suffered less from hard times than has Hamburg were owing to the stagnation Trade several thousand skilled workmen and Many More labourers have been thrown out work. At Breslau Many weavers have quit work because they cannot live wages times. Now if Germany had a Low Tariff no doubt our Republican Brethren would charge it All to that cause. But the fact that Germany has the highest Tariff any civilized country prevents their using it for by the Way we would like our Republican contemporaries to give us a cause for suffering in Germany. The esteemed Prendergast Gays he has stopped talking to the press. The latter however has not stopped talking to him about him much to the disgust and ill humor the gentleman who has been elected to dance a hornpipe the Post. Republican newspapers seem to take great pleasure in abusing Queen lil. It is probably because a. E is a coloured woman that they speak derisively her. When it comes to needing votes these same Chappies would like to be known As the great champions the coloured race. A Little consistency would be More to their credit. It can to Tell a a Volt what life is that the amount it in a person depends upon the condition the nerves. Without Good healthy nerves life is feeble and miserable and liable to leave the body entirely but with nerves braced up by i heeler a nerve v1tal1zer thous and athletic. The vital ends Over exertion unusual a extreme excitement from weak nerves and cures All nerve like prostration debility less headache Etc. Y. _. Price $1.00 a bottle us he druggists for free Sample found write us enclosing five cents is for postage. The doctor gives 1 free advice to any nerve disease sufferers. All Welcome. The . Brant makers Albion. Mich. And 4� Day St., Mew Yon senator Morgan is a firm believer in the fact that the Sandwich islands should be annexed to the United states yet cannot Hope for the consummation during the present administration. It claimed that the matter is m the hands the foreign relation committee and we May hear from it later . It is a noteworthy fact that those who clamor loudest for Protection when applied at Home and prices raised them Are fully As anxious As any one to seek a Market where they can Ouy cheaper. It is human nature and we done to blame them for seeking the Best Market possible but they should tune their harps accordingly. Consistency would then travel hand in hand with them. Whenever you hear a merchant claiming that advertising does no Good you set it Down As a fact that lie does not do what he says in his advertisement. An advertisement always tells with a merchant that carries out his promises. The chief thing necessary to effective advertising is to have an inducement to offer and then make your Promise Good so that the Public will believe you. Friend Given us notice that after dec. 81, 1893, they would raise our clubbing rates the Farmers Friend 10 cents each per year. That makes it impossible to give the times and Farmers Friend both for $1. We will give both papers for $1.10 to those who want it. We made this Liberal offer to induce our patrons to up promptly and have Only raised the extra amount which the pub. Co. Has put upon us. The regular subscription Price the Farmers Friend is 50 cents a year and when you can get the times which is $1, both for $1.10, you still have a great bargain. We will give the times Farmers Friend and new York world for $1.75. The times and new York world $1.05. Salesman wanted. The lumber Barons Michigan and Wisconsin Are petitioning Congress not to remove the duty from lumber. The Republican party would have the poor people All Over these United states taxed two dollars per thousand lumber for the Benefit these few Rich Fellows. Think the poor suffering humanity All Over the great prarie country paying tribute to nabobs. The leaders the g. O. P. Are the nabobs and that settles it. Times and Farmers Friend $1.10. Or. F. Marion Crawford the novelist has come to the United states business from his adopted Home in Italy and is giving readings from his works in some the Large cities. Herbert Spencer has been writing for More than forty years and a partial estimate the profits from the Sale his most important Hooks shows that they have brought him in less than �1,000 a year. Types american women. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker miss Alice Lahmer is visiting in Cleveland. Ferd. James arrived Home saturday from a. Thermes Farmers Friend and new York world $1.75. Miss Erwin Cleveland is the guest . And mrs. Nagley. Or. And mrs. Kurtz entertained the a Bob White boys monday eve. Or. And mrs. Mccleary entertained a number friends thursday eve. Or. Alberti Williams spent a few Days with friends in this City the past week. Bob Burdette at big 4 opera House Jan. 12. Special train the c., l. Amp w. Brants Balsam the great cough cure always in sight at Gentsch a drug store. Edgar Walter and wife have moved into their Beautiful dwelling North Broad Way. Or. Knisely wife and sons spent a few Days with relatives the past week in this City. Miss Anna Mitchener entertained some her Young friends at her Home monday eve. Miss Sadie y Eagly who is attending school at Pittsburg spent the holidays with Iier parents. Or. Kelly Pittsburg and . Ray keys new Lisbon were in this City during the holidays. Or. And mrs. We. Nist Canton Are the guests this week . And mrs. Noah Beechy this City. Misses Millie and Carrie Niles gave a very delightful dinner to about fourteen Young friends monday. Faded clothing made to look like new by dyeing Over with magic dyes fast colors 10 cents. Gentsch a drug store. Rev. J. B. Rust dec. 20th, at the parsonage. Zachary Strickmaker jr., and Cora Lute both Blakes Mills Mrs. Butt an aged lady Mother mrs. Fred. Lehman who resided in West Philadelphia died saturday afternoon pneumonia. She was buried tuesday afternoon. The Jackson club Uhn Casville will hold their sixth annual reception at Union Hall Uhrichsville o., monday evening january 8, 1894, 8 p. M. C. F. Wilkins Secretary. We loaned to some one two Law books a Story a equity and the party has neglected to return them. We forget who the party is and will be very much pleased to have them returned de. Of. To a Young Man asking for his opinion . Oliver Wendell Holmes recently enumerated As the three Best books a the Bible Shakespeare a a plays and a Good dictionary Worcester web. w. M. Newstetter publisher the Massillon gleaner made an assignment last week. He run a Large Job office at such rates that would break any one up. His liabilities Are equal to the assets. The state Kansas is now overrun with tramps since the tramp Law has been rendered ineffective and it takes a Small army police to keep them from looting the towns. Such tramps Are not entitled to Aid. The daughters John d. Rockefeller teach in Mission sunday schools and Are engaged in other forms Christian work. Miss Sofii Nisba Breckinridge is a practising lawyer in Kentucky. She is the daughter congressman Breckinridge. A sister Gen. Butler eleven years older than he is now living near the old Butler Homestead in Nottingham n. 11. She is the widow Daniel s. Stevens. Lbs. Tessier a widow has supported herself and four Small children for three years by delivering daily newspapers in Toledo >., and managed to Lay by a Little for an emergency into the bargain. Susan r. Anthony admits that gov. Flowers appointment her As Man Ager the state Industrial school at Rochester affects her deeply. A you set i have been regu red As a sort hoofed and horned creature for so Long a said a a she a that even a Little thing touches my traits Many . A Cleveland wholesale grocery House desires an experienced competent Salesman for Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. With such an one very Liberal arrangements will be made. Address letter Carrier a Green a Cleveland Practical jokers sent a bogus Deputy sheriff to arrest John Rudy Muncie ind., for imaginary horse stealing. Rudy was so frightened that he became As crazy As a Loon. 200 acres land in Southern Wisconsin. Good soil and Good Timber White Oak red Elm White Walnut and sugar would Trade for Tuscarawas ., town property a farm. Inquire s Moore. Offer $500 w physician just who can Why analysis this contains a fuse opium in any drug. 8e at Glt note he a drugstore. Hand Colic cure in Ohio. Orville o., May 4th, 1893. Commend forever . Les for children. My in so bad i was almost lady Friend told me lie cure i bought a 25c. The baby and myself now and refreshing sleep. I hands pleasant physic edit to myself and child. Y yours mrs. Geo. Boyd s remedies for children imiller amp son druggist. Farmers Friend $1.10, senator Kenna died poor. He had not the Art making Money nor the other Art keeping what he made. The late prof. Horsford devised a profit sharing system for the employees the manufacturing company which he was president that included Dowers to such the women As might leave to marry. Israel Putnam a great grandson the old revolutionary hero whose name he bears is a resident Rock Island Clackamas county Ore. He is a pensioner the late War and is very proud his decent. He has in his Possession the uniform dress coat and Cane presented to his great Grandfather by Lafayette. Truman Henry Safford professor astronomy at Williams College is one the most remarkable a lightning calculators now living. His manner is Quick and nervous and when a doing a Large and difficult sum in his head he walks rapidly up and Down the classroom clasping and a clasping his a amp ads twitching his Mustache. The makers . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer offer All nervous sufferers advice and consultation the doctor free charge. Enclose stamp to the j. W. Brant ., Albion mich., 42 Dey St., new York. Ask Gentsch a drug store. Revival services Are in Progress at the United bretheren Church. The attendance at All the services Are larger and the religious interest is increasing. Some 8 10 persons have already manifested a desire to become christians. There will be a special reception service next Sabbath morning. A during the epidemic la Grippe chamberlains cough remedy took the Lead Here and v As much better liked than other cough h. M. Bangs druggist Chatsworth 111. The grip is much the same As a very severe cold and requires precisely the same treatment. This remedy is prompt and effectual and will prevent any tendency the e disease toward pneumonia. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Druggist. The office prosecuting attorney changed hands monday. Or. James j. Patrick having served his second term was succeeded by Hon. John s. Graham the newly elected prosecutor. Or. Patrick has become one the prominent Young attorneys the bar and has a Good practice to take care . Graham is one the leading members the bar and there is no doubt ins Giying satisfaction. The entertainment Given at the German reformed Church Christmas evening by the sunday school was a grand Success. The Church was filled to its utmost capacity and hundreds went away that could not Gam an Entrance. This shows that a 1 Roger Church is needed by this congregation. The program the evening was very appropriate and attractive. After the performance the evening had closed the superintendent . Schneider was presented a handsome chair by the teachers the Sabbati school Rev. J. B. Rust presented him with a valuable Book notes the International lessons. Or. Schneider no doubt merits this marked recognition As he is a worker and an upright Man m every respect. Franklin Rusdorf a machinist Salem this state visited his parents and friends in this City during the holidays. He holds a position in the Buckeye engine works at that place. He is a Model Young Man with Many friends. The Columbus watch . Of Columbus o., failed Jan. 1st. The liabilities Are about $250,000 but the assets greatly exceed Thal amount. Sex mayor Philip a. Bruck is appointed receiver and thinks that 100 cents the Dollar will be paid to creditors. Messes. Cummins and English the two new members the infirmary Board were sworn in monday. Messes. Porter and Labold retiring their terms office having expired. The outgoing members Are Good Clever tellows and the new members will doubtless fill their places with equal credit. The lecture committee have contracted with the L. Amp w. For a special train not less than four coaches to Dover for Burdette a lecture Jan. 12. Passengers will be landed at the terminus a switch near the opera House. On returning train will also Stop at Wyss crossing and Broadway. Fare 15c monday at 12 clock the term office . Adam Miller As county commissioner expired. . S. Kline the successor was duly installed. Or. Miller has made an exceptionally Good officer and retires with the respect and Good will his party and friends. Or. Kline is a citizen in Good standing and Well qualified to fill the office and we have no doubt he will do it with credit. John Cliff Ord sold his Wool clip last week at 23 cents a Pound. As the Wilson Bill is being discussed Wool appears to Advance a Little and will probably soon reach London prices. It looks to us that at no time has the Tariff added anything to the Price Wool. If there was some Way to suppress the shoddy Mills say by taxing shoddy through the internal Revenue Wool would soon assume a Normal Sentinel. A stabbing affray occurred at a spelling school at Tracy this county last Friday night. A fellow by the name Geary and one John Armstrong got into an altercation and in the skirmish that followed Armstrong stabbed and severely Cut Geary about the face and neck it is thought fatally wounding him. Armstrong skipped to parts unknown. Geary was still living tuesday. We did not learn the full particulars leading to the affray. Or. H. T. Minnis stepped Down and out office monday and . A. C. Naragon donned the a a official . Minnis made a Good accommodating officer giving general satisfaction. We sincerely wish him Success in his future undertakings. Or. Naragon is a Good Clever fellow and will no doubt fill the office with credit. He has retained As his Deputy mrs. Jessie Axx who is very efficient in the duties the office and who has always Given satisfaction under past administrations. Or. And mrs. And mis3 Wycoff . Mcmahon and . Mathews Cambridge mrs. Reese Gallion . And mrs. De Kennedy Cincinnati . Westfall miss Beaty and . Stocking Carrollton John Scott Waynes Burg misses Evans and Hardman Uhrichsville . Scott Cadiz misses Smith Crater Cunningham and . Yingling Newcomerstown . And mrs. Adams . And mrs. Ashton misses Cox Deardoff Wentz messes. Ream Deis and Wentz Dover attended the dance in this City last thursday evening. About a year ago i took a violent attack la Grippe. I coughed Day and night for about six weeks my wife then suggested that i try Chambr lain a cough remedy. At first i could see no difference but still kept taking it and soon found that it was what i needed. If i got no Relief from one dose i took another and it was Only a few Days until i was free from the cough. I think people in general ought to know the value this remedy and i take pleasure in acknowledging the Benefit i have received from it. Madison Mustard Otway Ohio. 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggist. Or. Wyss moved the Post office saturday night into the new building . Schoch. It is a firstclas3 office and a credit to the town. has fitted it up in modern style with a Large number boxes so As to accommodate any one wanting a Box. The room is Large and Well lighted and the change should be appreciated by All the patrons the office. Or. Wyss has gone to increased expense to accommodate the Public. There is one important thing that should now be observed and that is to avoid loud talking and laughing in the Post office lobby while waiting for the mail. It annoys the office Force and is a nuisance generally. Children should not congregate there to annoy the postmaster and be in the Way patrons the office the postmaster should enforce the regulations in every respect and it is the duty every one to live up to them. Or. Wyss has Given very Good satisfaction so far and in the new quarters will surely give no grounds for complaint. Every year 480, the worlds crop cinnamon is 16.000 tons. France raises and eats 5.000 tons radishes. Last year the italians exported 000,000 dozens eggs. The worlds oat crop every year exceeds 15,000,000 tons our beet sugar crop last year was pounds. The world raises and eats every year 29.000.000 tons Rye. The restaurants Paris sold in 1891 18.000 dozen frogs legs. Michigan is first in Copper Salt and lumber second in Iron third in sheep fifth in hops sixth in wheat. Illinois is first in Corn Oats pork distilled liquors and railways second in Coal wheat and hogs third in cattle. Iowa is first in hogs second in Corn Hay and Oats third in horses and mules fifth in railways seventh in wheat and Coal. California stands first in Gold and grapes second in sheep and Wool in hops third in wheat fifth in Silver eighth. Ohio is first in sheep and Wool second in Petroleum and steel fourth in wheat Coal and liquors fifth in cows Hay and tobacco. Pennsylvania is first in Rye Iron steel Petroleum and Coal second in buckwheat and potatoes fourth in Oats fifth in silk and Wool sixth in Salt and Copper. New York is first in manufactures printing hops Hay potatoes buckwheat and cows second in Salt liquors and railways third in Iron and steel fourth in sheep. The Semi weekly Post a year. In casting about for a paper for 1894, that will meet your own wants and your family a wants you should not in Justice to your own interests Overlook the Pittsburgh Semi weekly Post Price one Dollar a year. You cannot get a greater newspaper bargain anywhere in the country indeed none so great. Two eight Page papers a week 104 papers a year for one Dollar. It can to be beat. The Success thus far met with by the Semi weekly Post subscription is without precedent. You want to join the club subscribers right away. Send to the Post for a free specimen copy. 2-it the times Farmers Eriend and new York world $1.75. St. Goliard Tunnel. This great Boe is through the Alps mountains and is the vital link Between the orld France the North and Italy the South. Tiie work was begun August 31, 1857, the King Sardinia himself firing the first mine the Boring was done simultaneously from both the North and South sides and september 26,1870, thirteen years from the time starting the workmen Shook hands at the meeting Point 39,-482 feet nearly eight Miles is the exact length the perforation 3,000men in Winter and 4,000 in summer did the Job which Cost the Good round sum $15,000,000. The first train rolled through september 17, 1871. It is a great work it Cenis Tunnel is nine Miles Long. Some people Are poor because for a sore Throat there is nothing better than a flannel Bandage dampened with chamberlains pain Balm it will nearly always effect a cure in one nights time. This remedy is also a favorite for rheumatism and has cured Many very severe cases. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller amp Sod druggists. New Cumberland tips. Young folks wish for How the Sleigh ing. Many people Are complaining Grippe and bad colds. Dan Kimmel Canton spent the holidays with friends at this place. Protracted meetings Are in Progress at the m. E. Church with Rev. Williams in charge. Miss Joe Kinsey port Washington visited with old acquaintances at this place last w6ek. Miss Cora Parr who is teaching the primary school at this place spent the holidays at her Home in Trenton Some sneak thieves broke into d. W. Huffman a store Christmas night by gaining an Entrance through a Back window. About $200 Worth goods were taken. This is the second time within two years that . Huffman has been robbed we Hope he will be successful in capturing the outlaws. Black lick. Uhrichsville jottings. Mrs. Perd. Davis is visiting her father Samuel Haskins who has been sick for several Days. Quite a tragedy occurred at Trenton last Friday evening in which Young Peter Gehrig Dennison was seriously stabbed by a Man bearing name Armstrong. He made his escape and up to Date has not been arrested. De. Fletcher Dennison was run Over and killed sunday evening last. He was caught by the switch engine in the Dennison Yards. One his limbs was crushed and he died shortly after from the effects. T. E. Peterson has just returned from Columbus having spent a few Days with his political friends. He reports a Good time. James Parrish and wife Little Washington pa., Are visiting capt. E. A. Parrish this City. Bud. Thomas has returned from Missouri alter an absence 7 months. Mill. Jewelry made from blood. There is a Large factory in a Small town near Chicago employing about 100 workers which is Given Over to the manufacture articles wasted animal blood. At certain seasons the year this unique factory uses quite 1<>, 000 Gallons fresh blood per Day it is first converted into thin sheets by evaporation Ana curtain chemical processes and afterwards worked up into a Varity articles such As Combs buttons earrings Belt clasps bracelets Etc. Tons these articles Are sent to All parts the world every year. Some foolish mothers a he Roar Silver spoons Are used to scrape kettles. Coffee Tea Pepper and spices Are left to stand open and lose their strength. Potatoes grow in the Celler and the sprouts Are not removed until the potatoes become worthless. Brooms Are never Hung up and Are soon spoiled Nice handled knives Are thrown into hot water. The Flower is sifted in a wasteful manner and the bread is left with dough sticking to it. Clothes Are left the line to whip to pieces in the wind. Tubs and barrels Are left in the Sun to dry and fall apart. Dried fruits Are not taken care in season and become Wormy. Rags strings and paper Are thrown into the fire. Pork spoils for want Salt and meat because the brine wants scalding. Bits meat vegetables bread and cold puddings Are thrown away when they might be warmed steamed and served As Good As new. Have courage to discharge a debt while you have the Money in your pocket. To speak your mind when it is necessary that you should do so and hold your Tongue when it is prudent that you should do so. To speak to a Friend in a a a seedy coat even though you Are in company with a Rich one and richly attired. To own you Are poor and thus disarm poverty its sharpest sting. To Tell a Man Why you refuse to credit him. To Tell a Man Why you will not lend him your Money. To Cut the most agreeable acquaintance you have when you Are convinced that he lacks principal a Friend should Bear with a friends infirmities but not with his vices. To show your respect for honesty in whatever Guise it appears and your contempt for dishonesty and duplicity by whomsoever exhibited. To Wear old clothes until you can for new ones. To prefer Comfort and propriety to fashion Winall things. To acknowledge your ignorance rather than to seek for knowledge under false pretences in providing an entertainment for your friends not to exceed your Means. To insure the property in your Possession and thereby your debts in full. To obey your maker at the risk being ridiculed by York Star. 50 doses Honey figs�?50 cents. A Honey figs is a very concentrated extract Ripe California figs Etc. It has no equal As a Safe cure for constipation colds fever nervousness inactive kidneys Etc. Old folks love it and children beg for More. Physicians give it in place Castor Oil. Keep up with the times and done to let any drug Gist sell you some syrup not half so Good which he makes More profit. Demand a Honey figs a made by the Fig Honey ., and Tell your neighbors How splendid it is. No other laxative Ever sold so Well gave such satisfaction. 8old by f. H. Gentsch. 44y let their babies cry with Colic giving Mother no rest night Day. How foolish when . Hands Colic cure gives immediate Relief to baby. It removes wind from the stomach quiets the nerves and gives restful sleep. Mother Send to Day to your drug store for a 25c. Bottle. Think the weary hours it saves you. If baby a Gums Are sore teething use . Hands teething lotion. At f. C. Miller a son 25 cents. The attempt to clean out and repair the Kimbolton Tunnel the Amp m. Ray which caught fire some months ago is burning yet has been abandoned. The Railroad company is now casting about Tor another route wether it is to be through the Hill at another place around the Hill has not been definitely paragraph. Y. M. C. A excursion. The c., l. Amp w. Will run a special train four five coaches. Leaving new Philadelphia at 7 00 p. M. For the y. M. C. A. Lecture at canal Dover january 12 passengers will be landed a siding close to the big 4 opera House. 2-2 midwinter fair excursions one the quest auce that is at p minds the per roads. Any one whatever to do wit even thoroughfare cities will not i much work s Nelt fit for general trav doubt but that n kinds is kept Froid because the Cost a loss to the prod tie Eseary to have a f occupy a Days Tine Corn potato then the profit to estion. Of vital import h a rotating the ibo has country the Virgei Between the 1 stale to state ded to make Road. D. There can be no Uch produce All the markets merely marketing would be her. When it is Liec our horse team and e to Market a Load is five six Miles the pro Dimer is All knocked off. We know that in some localities the Only Way to Market Grain is to a a drive it to Market and thus much Gram is kept from the Market that might other Ert to it swell the amount needed in non during localities. We would like to Lia who oppose govern in this matter to take called the old boor Missouri and i am sur assistance would come e some those it interference trip Over what is lick Road in 5 that a Wail for no matter from what Quarter govern me Wise. The Road is 40 t and at most is nothing throughout. The a a ruts that the hubs vehicle ground and 1 have seen no it other-60 feet wide but a Ravine a get so deep Roll the Ragon wheels Olid with yellow Clay so that it were necessary to take a rail and punch out the mud before proceeding. It is the opposite in Rocky localities. The roads Are full huge stones and shelves so much so that a Wagon most shake to pieces and half As Long As they should there is no doubt but the need attention but which Way to proceed to obtain is tiie question. Why not evict labor to bring this buggy is Al Wear about it our roads is the Best Good results put Ali the a a Road and give Man d Why not 1 govern me the Many say at $1 mass the roads most others. Look at throughout this s and no Man will d thus expended Woi and so enhance the property. A term from Market is the distance in t about part mho 11 if ecu the l l t try u it Ion the i hat n to Ion >011 ids try key 3 1. 11 a ill Fai 10 Mil did b it is no t. Let ids ratio Wilt take in our oui i but try. It t hoped to v it this Younon Art i ils ment it is a will Oart mint kill tin Ter is i the res while manae and not a lie and draw placed m til a ult for Good the Otic d it will Figi her hand robber. Re head to 11 the mat id hands calculable if wrongly e Treasury j. U n u l aimed l Etters. Letters addressed to pers below remain unclaimed i and will be sent to the Dea Olid n to d l named s Oitice tier fice if not Cla Arnold w. E. Pecker Maggie Cox mrs. J. W. Hardy Wiiiiam Frye f k. English. Harry Lawhead John Maurey Ela d by dec. 25, 1893. Miller. Emma Opp William Quinn d. J. Higgs Mary Smith. J. T. Fetu Eky mrs. Edward Sharpe j. P. Wilson Jasper Whitman Edie please say a a advertised when a for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmas marriage permits. Plus . We. M. Everli tuomas Deal i David d cult Law it a. Foot rail might to California and Oregon at reduced rates via Pennsylvania lines. On account the midwinter fair at san Francisco special Low rate tourist tickets to that City As Well As to san Diego los Angeles san Bernardino and other Winter resorts in California will be sold via Pennsylvania lines. Tourists can have the Choice route from Chicago and St. Louis. Tickets will be limited for return passage until april 30,1894. Tourist tickets to Portland oreg., valid going returning via California an also for Sale Over Thi first class route. For details apply to it the nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent address f. Van Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburg a. 2-4w. Transfers real estate. N. E. Keeth to Samuel m. Sudduth 92 9 acres Uhrichsville 81,200. Eliza j. Bailey to John d. Bailey land Sandy 85826, Thos. Brock to Mary b. Oliver lots 11 ,11 Midvale $75. Geo. Freeland to Lucy Tobison 1 acres Rush. $250, Alvaretta And Orsbern Zimmerman lot 14, part 13, Newtown $500. Sarah Fout to trustees m. E. Church a Llo acre Washington $100. H. L. Minor to David j. Keehner lot 26, Dover $625. J. C. Johnson it Al to Nancy m. Frensdorf lots 4. 5, Uhrichsville $1,0 >0. E. B. Wharton to j. A Billingsley strip land. Mill. $437. Matilda Hays exer. To Emily Wherry part lot 160 Uhrichsville 8850. S. A Ilaga to Wiliiam Shaw 4 acres Kush $150. C. A Sawyer it. Al., to a t. Tice. Part lots 125 and 126, Mineral $350. John and Chas. Nagely to Sophia Rhoads lots 71 and 72, Mineral $250. Philip Shafer to Mary Walter lot 62, Dover $250 Afred Davis to David and Mary a lout Elschlager part lot 139, Mineral $75, a. A Creter to Carrie b. Parks 40 100 acre Newcomerstown $650. Sophia s. And Arthur a. Rhoads to John nagely amp son. Lot69, Midvale $585. Elizabeth Latto to j. K. Miller 86 acres Rush $1,100 Case and Ross to the incorporated Village Newcomerstown 1-10 acre Loo. Emily Mccleary to the incorporated Village Newcomerstown part lot 26, 8300. G. A Mulvane to the incorporated Village Newcomerstown part lot4o. $410. A. J. Austine to . Shurtz lot 1 Newcomerstown 8225. Cornelius Rinehart to R. Rinehart it Al part lot 2, Lowville $1,100. W. F. Warner to Olive a Bremen lot 3. Port Washington $100. Sarah e. Graham it Al to Lee Hudson 31 acres. Oxford 8100. Ebon Vankirk to Elizabeth Jones 1-10 acre Mineral 8500, John Lebold to Lizzie Leins 16 acres Sandy 85.000. Elizabeth and E. Sattler to William a hone lot 95, Mineral 8175. At a meeting dents held last by a vote 20 to it be dispensed v t is concerned in made As will ret str Etive life played. The g. Good in its Way conducted we 1< has it Preth am Zucati Woi k base Ner Arij ill Ball Jors an Tak he Rem out wit 11 hot t let Drugg time Oug Kay a a it i Nunu a off and prosperous new year to one and All is the wish spa Flag bios. 11 thanking you for past favors and hoping to secure a share your future patronage. We will make prices in accordance with the times and will sell you goods at Lowes prices than Ever before known in the history our county. On and after Jan. 1st, 1894, we will sell for Cash Only and at read our Price list groceries below for Lack space we omit prices dry goods but will give you proportionately Low prices. Flour flour we handle no cheap poor flour but guarantee every sack and if not satisfactory trial return balance sack and receive the Price paid for the sack. Best Patent flour p sack Corn meal per sack buckwheat flour la grocery list. , Best granulated sugar soft White sugar Light Brown Cote Best Brand package l me Japan Tea per Lea but to English breakfast per la Tea Best Gunpowder Tea Best Young Hyson do issues Best it it Orleans per Gal syrup Best Golden drip syrup Best our favorite starch Best per la starch test Loose per la Corn Star ii Best per la Beans Best Navy 6 la for Beans Best Lima 6 la for Barley Pearl 6 la for i Apnoea Best 6 la for Kiu Best Carolina , Best medium 6 la. I Mcc it at Best soda Best brands rolled Oats per la tolled Oats 2-lb packages 1. A fast food 2-lb packages butter Choice lard Best country potatoes Fine Bush. Chocolate bakery a Best chocolate Sweet 4 cakes Cocoa Van Houton a half la Cocoa Van i i Lemon cakes Ginger a a wine a a Ginger snaps it u to i 3 lbs 3 lbs lbs 3 lbs la crackers Best 4 los Coffee essence 2 for stove posh rising Sun stove polish Ena Meline stove polish electric paste blacking masons 2 boxes blacking Acme per bottle blacking our dressing bluing Loc size Box bluing 5c size 2 Tor bluing Ball 2 for bluing liquid per bottle beef and Iron per bottle Axle grease Lye Babbette a 3 for Bird seed Mustard in glasses Catsup Heinz a 12 yeast foam per pack tobaccos. Moklan it Mou sri Utam Rose Ign a Choice la Urna chewing. A 4 in cent cuts3 10-cent cuts canned goods. 1,0 it ii k a is ust 1 re a Steps deep a a ins string 2 la can aids Gulden Wax 21b can it in Seibles it in Riverside 3 can irn morning Dew 2 cans Rmour a beef 2ib can Ted beef 1 in it can it., yellow 3.b cans 2 for gets per can in Letts 2 la cans 2 for a California Apple line 3 for get 3 for Mal it get Quot a dried fruits. Ticy Norma la for 3lb for Ella James to. Legal Adams flair 3 for it use 1 for ated dried 90 5 04 05 04 24 25 45 45 60 50 35 25 07 04 07 25 25 25 25 07 25 08 04 04 10 11 �?�>2 12l 70 40 25 43 22 25 25 25 25 25 05 05 04 04 05 15 07 05 05 05 08 40 04 25 07 04 15 04 20c 20c 25c 25 25 17 10 08 05 21 07 07 10 10 25 25 16 20 25 15 25 15 10 10 25 07 25 10 08 25 25 10 25 25 15 12 17 Legal notice. Susie Smith plaintiff court common a. Is pleas Tuscarawas Sarah 4 Osythe it Al j county Ohio Pendant Sarah Forsythe residing in the City Oregon state Oregon and the defendant Mary minium Chat rules . I Fikter a intern it Ella Stevens hat tie ,whose places Resl ,1�tarke4loticet,iat the 13th Day november a. 1893 Susie Smith i pet tip a in the court common i car we to county Ohio in Case numbered 4913 against the above named parties and for Vart Tiou the the Foum ing described premises being in Salem town ship county Tuscarawas and state Ohio. the Northwest the Northeast Quarter i amp nge three. Township six and Section sixteen and bounded As Fol lows the North by lands h. J. Hamly the East and South by lands f. Cunningham and the Vest by the lick run Road leading to Bakersville Road containing ten acres More less. Said parties Are required a n to before the 5th Day january in allegations contained in said petition will be taken As True and judgment May be taken against them. 2-6 Orson Luse plaintiffs attorney. Sale real state. Tiie heirs John Benfer deceased will offer for Sale at Public auction the premises near Blackband about 9 Miles Southwest new Philadelphia saturday february 10th, 1894, at one clock p. 111., 011 said Day the following described premises belonging to the heirs said deceased known As the John Behler farm containing about 250 acres the Road leading from Blackband to Ragersville said farm is in a Good state cultivation has a Good comfortable House a Large barn and other necessary out Bui Klings plenty Good Timber a Large Apple and peach Orchard the farm and Good water. This is an excellent farm with a Large tract Bottom land. The farm will be offered As a whole in tracts to suit purchasers. Possession will be Giyen the first Day april next. Terms Sale one third Cash one third in one year and one third in two years. Deferred payments to Bear interest at six per cent and secured by mortgage the premises sold. The right is reserved to reject any All Sarah Murphy Rachel Witwer december 23, 1893. Low probate court. Notice is hereby Given that the following accounts and vouchers executors administrators i indians trustees and assignees have Bien filed in the office the probate court Tuscarawas county. Ohio and will be for hearing thursday january 18tb, 1894, and continued from Day t it Day until All Are disposed final account and vouchers Eliza Reese guardian Nora m. Angel second account and vouchers Theodore d. Neighbor administrator the estate William s. Dent deceased final account and vouchers Daniel Hawk guardian Harvey m. Hawk and first account and vouchers As guardian Charles e. Hawk final account and vouchers Christopher Ramsey executor the Estat James Ramsey deceased first account and vouchers Ger Sham couts executor the estate Charles couts deceased final account and vouchers John Hill administrator the estate John Riffey deceased final account Ard vouchers Wilbur Garwood administrator the estate George Vanfossen deceased ninth account and vouchers Chas. P. Minnich executor the estate John Minnich deceased third account and vouchers l. C. Zollars executor the estate Jacob Messerly deceased final account and vouchers Jacob Youngen executor the estate Elizabeth Trachsel deceased final account and vouchers Matilda sinister guardian Samuel k. Shuster second account and vouchers Fred Erick w. Anderegg trustee &c., under the will Peter Anderegg deceased second account and vouchers Phil Lipina Heid guardian Henry Louis and Albert Ileide. December 26th, 1393. J. H. Mitchell probate judge. We have Given a. Bippus amp son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. Ii. Ii ase a ., distillers Louisville Kentucky. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh Pennsylvania a schedule passenger trains centrals i northward. 385 am #37 i 11 pm i pm i a a a pit Simir i .1v.545t1 30u0 it Rochester. Bast Liverpool. A a Wellsville \ Wellsville shop. A a yellow Creek. A a a a Salineville a a Summitville. Kensington. Bust Rochester Bayard Homeworth. 6 40 2 15 11 50 2 3 = 6 45 21911 55 7 23 2 4612 301 7 401 2 5512 40 7 45 7 501 7 55 8 03 8 0/ �8 24 a a 836 _-j1245 l2 50 112155. 11 03 g 06 3 34 1 27 /139 a a i 8 50 3 57 1 to �?oi904. F2 00 a a 9 10 4 08 2 05 my w a my mtg Quot 9 1st 3 51 cs3 i s3 9 25 f2 a am 6 4$ 58. Sep 3 a -5 3 3 Fri Alliance. Limaville. Atwater. K Wjt town. Ravenna. Bari i lie. Hudson. Macedonia. Bedford. Newburgh. In level Auto. Notice it und spices. Line but tiie Best pure Adams Lefeldt Tice i the d reside take in 1893. The pm Youit Cou Ohio Char ii Lect duty 1 Abi Euce Anc action fori def it Jpe _ Pepp pice a j Xuy j a r. Cd e. Dec. S. Boxeur 24, i. Niv p11iladk1.p1 flour list family Peru a a a per say a new process per so a Amber per sack wheat per Bushel. Corn per Bushel. Oats. Rye. Oil meal per 1kpounds. Timothy seed per Bushel Clover seed per Bushel. Hay. Per ton. Butter per Pound. Eggs per dozen. Hams per Pound. Shoulders per Pound. A a ides per Pound. Lard per Pound. Tallow per Pound. Potatoes per Bushel chickens per Pound. Turkeys per Pound. Geese. Ducks per Pound. Ark t Over Nger in am Notard Knox 6 Ivorite a cry 10c Reen a Ood by it 2 la Lor Gram la1 la l ii soaps. Or la it ize Dlf at it by. J. 20i 10 20 20 22 22 27 25 25 08 and 25c. $3.50 21 12 Don t fail 10 Call and seeds. Spring Bros. 06 new Philadelphia 0. Southward. I be Vela and Newburgh. Bedford. Macedonia. Hudson. Bari i lie. Ravenna. Rootstown. Atwater Limaville. Alliance. \ a 9 42 4 30 2 30 i la. 9 55 4 35 2 55 �?o10osf3 0aa a 1010 4 471312a a .10 2. F3 27 a a 10 30 5 05 3 38 �?o110 42 3 54 a a 10 551 5 25 4a a 1104 4 23a a 1117 a a 1130 a. 11 55 j am 1 h am i pm i pm i i m pm am 9 4 t7 40 "9 4s 7 47 7 53 8 05 am 8 156 25 8 26 6 38 8 45 6 52 8 54 7 10 4 35 9 03 7 28 b us 4 50 9 25. 7 45 b 25 5 25 9 50 8 2511 1$ pm i am i am i am am in pm a la f?45t1 00mo3 2551-001 4 3 a a 8 10 1 2711 45 3 55. 5� 8 22. 12 01 4 off 5 50 a a 8 30 12u5 4 16 6 08a a 8 4 5 2 00 12 30. 4 33 6 258 58 1244 4 45 6 40a a 9 1 0 2 25 1 00 5 05 6 55a a 918 1108 514 pm Homeworth a a Mast Rochester. A a Kensington a a a Lurner Niville a a ail Neville a a Rondale a a . A a yellow Eek. A a Wellsville shop. A a Wellsville ski h55 5 9 30 f 1 20 a a 9 35 1 25 5 29 a. 9 45 2 55 1 35 5 40 la 9 50 3 00 1 41 pm a a 10 04 f3 12 Al 52 fast Liverpool Beaver. Rochester. 10 20 3 25 2 15 c23 10 25 2 20 10 35 3 35 2 31, v 1 10 50 2 42 1103 4 05 2 57 11 16 4 233 15. 11 223 22 g,-2 11 30 3 34 Quot 11 35 4 40 3 40 11 4&Quot 4 4g 3 50 3 551 2.8 a 3 3 a 12 05 5 10 4 06 12 44 5 54 4 51 12 50 6 00 5 00 1 35 6 50 5 50 i pm pm am Jas o =3310 3 15 to p 3 2 a sic to k9t 5 45 pm nos. 330 and 33m connect at Wellsville for Steubenville and Bellaire. No. 33hand 3-1 3 a Onne tin Union station Pittsburgh for to Bast. Between Bayard and new Philadelphia. Read Down. Read up. P5a Fri 1 am pm i pm 53 j1 i 55 pm j am am 4 1010 306 50 a s2010 38 3110 48 3810 53 551103 5 021110 8 58 >1122 ill 23 710 735 815 8 45 Bayard a r9 00 3 204 10 3 Minerva Oneida. Malvern Waynesburg Magnolia 40 8 25 8 15 750 740 9 15 a a Mineral Point a a 7 10 9 25 a a Zoar a i 6 55 1551145 9 50 a a canal Dover. A a 6 25 1011 551010 a. New Phila. Pm i am i am la 6 05, i am 05 55123d pm not. A daily. Except sunday f Flag Stop. A Feals. Dark faced Type denotes tiny from 12 00 noon k>1200 Bido Iffat Light faced from 12 00 Midnight to 12 0 noon. Joseph Wood e. A. Ford general manager general passenger agent 12-7-93.-i Pittsburgh Penn a. It for Timo cards rates fare through t in sets baggage checks and further information a it Garding the running trains apply Gilt agent the Pennsylvania lines

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