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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 19, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times it but thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising Metal no in the county books Bill Heads poster and Job printing every description done Short notice. Tops a Yob to licit. New Philadelphia times. The a Tim ask advertising rates. Sra i. One Inch. Three inches six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. S 1 50 $2 50 8 3 06 3 00 6 00 9 00 4 00 10 00 15 0 5 00 12 50 25 00 12 00 30 00 50 00 by r. 86 00 is 25 50 50 00 100 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Viii. New Philadelphia o., thursday Jan. 19, 1893. Number 4. New pm Ladelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor t3us5dat, j in. 5, 1893. Myers Block second floor North Broadway. So the new Philadelphia times will be Pubil sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year. In advance�l<>0 if not paid within three mo�?T8 1-50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. By address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 for Sale. The Best eighty acres Hill land in Salem Townes a one mile West port Washington nearly All underpaid three foot vain Coal sixteen acres Good Timber the place. Plenty water House and a Good Orchard. This place will positively be sold at a bargain. For further information. Call address Emett m. Stocker agent port Washington Ohio. 3t6 we have two Good lots left yet in Brown and Heindle addition front Street in West Philadelphia Allentown. These lots ar6 situated convenient for men in the Iron Mills Nail Mill and Are cheap. Call s Moore at times office. Of. As we Are reducing Stock for invoice we will sell goods at great bargains from this Dati to the 25th this month. Come and learn prices. 3t2. John h. Kinsey. A. Bippus amp son Are sole agents in now Philadelphia for Chase s Barley malt whisky. Rich and pure it is a Tine tonic for the weak and feeble. It strengthens the lungs. Pm general real estate and insurance Olfin e. If you need Good tire life Accident insurance want to buy sell real estate have any notary work to do give me a Call. Office opposite m. Church Corner West High and fifth St., new Philadelphia Ohio. Jacob Degreif notary Public and ins. At. Legal notice. Dissolution joint sub school District. Notice is hereby Given that the 14, Day january a. 1893, the Board education Oxford township Tuscarawas county o., tiled in the probate court said county its edition praying that joint sub school District no. 0, comprising territory in the townships Oxford and Washington in said county May be dissolved. The commissioners appointed to act in the premises will meet at the Scholt 1 House in said joint Suh District n Friday the 17th Day february a. . 1893, at 10 clock a. M., to discharge the duties Tanir said appointment. J. Ii. Mitchell probate judge. Jan. Lgth 1893. No 4 we two papers for is. The new Philadelphia times amp Farmers Friend the Small sum one Dollar is the offer Aye now make to All new subscribers who pay 81. In Advance. We extend this offer to All who pay up All arrearage and one Dollar in Advance any one who keeps his paper paid in Advance so All May stand an Equality. Those who spoke to us lately about the Farmers Friend will be entitled to receive it if they Call. The Farmers Friend is a Semi monthly farm journal and is Well liked by All who have read it. A Sample copy can can be seen at the times office. We Are now running a daily paper and have gone to extra expense to get All the news the county and there fore we Are enabled to give our patrons p much better week paper. Fifty two copies a Large weekly paper and Twenty four copies a Large Faim journal All for one Dollar should attract the attention the Reading Public. Just enclose one Dollar and we will put you our list. They cannot consistently do other Vise. We learn that the county commissioners have decided to Grant the franchise for the proposed electric railway Between now Philadelphia and the twin cities to John a. Hiravi the former place provided he will sign a contract submitted by the commissioners to Cairy passengers to the Dennison depot at the rate named in his bid nne and seven eight cents for single fare 19 c its for round trip. Or. Himes has not yet s g Ted the contract and there seems to be some doubt whether he will paragraph. We cannot afford to Doc it you. If we should treat you for any disease an i Benefit cure you your influence would be Worth More to us than the Small amount Money which you would have paid us but if Wosh it uld fail to accomplish what we Promise your valued influence would be against us. Hence we shall always decline to treat any Case in which to inv3 doubt our ability to give Good satisfaction for we flatter ourselves that we Are possessed a full amount a business sense a too much to allow the dime in hand to obscure the Beautiful vision t be Dollar beyond a which there is in a Good reputation. Or. France and Ott Man formerly now York now the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Crany friends and patient have decided to visit new philae phia monday january 23. Consuiut. and examination Freand strictly conf Jeo tial in the private parlor thesher Man House fro n 9 a. A to g p. One Day Only. _ teachers examinations. Personal and general. Tems interest gathered from Many sources. Public Sale Beal estate. In pursuance the order the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio. I the undersigned As Assignee for the Benefit the credit it is John w Mizer an insolvent debtor w 11 offer for Sale at Public auction saturday the 18th Day february 1s9j, Between the hours 10 a. M., and four p. In., upon the premises in the Village panic in said county the following de cubed real estate situate m the township Bucks county Tuscarawas and state Ohio and known As a part off the Ead Side lot number seven in the Village Lowville Twenty eight feet wide and 150 feet in length also one fourth part off the West Sale lot no. 8, in said Village divided by a Small Stream called a Brushy run by the Centre said Stream. Appraised at $500 and sold free Dowel term Sale one half Cash Day Sale the remainder in six months with interest from Day Sale. Deferred payments to be secured by mortgage said premises. Willim Lanz Assignee As aforesaid. v. Ream Alty. 4w4 site Riff a Sale. Ali Ilju is John c. Holy North by virtue an order revaluation and Sale in partition to me directed and issued from the court common / pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio at the a lifer t january term a. D., 1893, i will offer for Sale at Public auction the Pren it a for the next thirty Days we will Offe ii. A. Parmelee Sharpens skates. If the rec a Der a office places record each Day an average eight deeds. H. A. Parmelee buys All kinds lumber. Mrs. Samuel ruler Lias been confined to her sick chamber with pneumonia. Miss Annie Harvey h enjoying a visit with mrs. Henry Wiant near Tuscarawas. We. Clark is improving nicely. The stump h s right leg is More Thad half healed Over. Adrin Eon Frank Skelly is lying dangerously sick at the hotel Sherman with diphtheria. That genial whole souled fellow Geo. Creel Uhrichsville was in the City monday morn no. Clarence Bucy returned to Akron after a Tew Days visit with friends in this City and canal Dover. Godfrey Schneider and wife Are enjoying the arrival a girl baby at their Home in the country. Mrs. Geo. Fisher this City is lying dangerously ill at her Home. She is a victim consumption. We Are sorry to learn that e. R. L tug head a comedy show a the doctor stranded at Crestline thursday. Fred Schnitzer Oldtown Valley froze his right foot so badly the other Day that he suffers a great Deal with it James and miss Isabelle Watson both Barnhi 1, were married saturday morning mayor Souers officiating. Sorry to learn let mrs. B. Downey is dangerously ill nervous pros Tragiou. Two physicians have been in attendance. None has a better right to criticise the Workings the electric Street car line than he who shamefully Trei the a. There is a big Advance in the Price hogs yet the Folio v who occupies almost two suits in a Street car looks just As cheap is he Ever l. J. Gould is said to have accumulated a greater portion his fist wealth by a. Doing his tax s. We May have one two a ouija in this county. The three prisoners confined in j ail for various offences were arraigned in c it Urt last saturday afternoon and All put in a plea not g ult. Judge Mansfi id appointed John m. Car in prosecuting attorney Harri son county will so Todl who without any a a us Aud a an do Nefri gtd. Christ Ger canal Dover As sold out i interest i i the Saloon business. Christ has been favourably mentioned As a candidate for sheriff this county. There is a Strong sentiment in favor abolishing capital punishment. This however would not consider who Are making preparations to be jerked to glory. The pipes Leuling to the Gas Mains in a great Many places in tins c to Are causing Consumers to be without Light and no Little tio Bleis experienced in that direction. Mrs. Elizabeth Geiser new Penila Delph a and mrs. Fannie simmers blunts Mills have been each allowed a pension through the pension Agency i. A. Correll. Or. Daniel Reiss Qun Al Dover who has been seriously ill for several weeks with malarial fever is improving and will be Able to be out in a few Day. Strangers must furnish testimonials i the valuable horse belonging to Geo. Good moral character from responsible Spence Barnhill which was foun persons with whom the examiners Are Deled a fun been Thor Well acquainted. Before entering the a a sly curd by j1. The Claes each applicant must furnish the i try physician. Clerk the Board a stamped envelope mrs. John m. Shanks Whoso Cadi with his address. All work must be Tion was somewhat improved Friday done with a ten and Ink and the Neelee lds liken a relapse and the is said to sary paper will be furnished by the been a dangerous condition Edh Neu Board. All examinations will be held j Ralgia the stomach in the High Eshcol room in the respect the hot shot that has Bee n pouring Ive places. Into the employees the elect in Street examine rss we. Beck clerk. Car line Here late done to appear to j. W. Pfeifer have any effect diminishing their visits to the a a jag resorts. Our it How townsman Jac. B Cordery the Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination c applicants for teacher s certificates As follows during 1892 and 93 at new Philadelphia november 2g, �?T92 january 28, 93 february 25, 93 june 17, 93 August 26th, �?T93, at canal Dover january 7, 93 february 11, 93 april 22, 93 july 8, 93. At Uhrichsville March 8th, 93. At Mineral Point March 25th, 93. At Strasburg May 20th, 93. At port Washington june 3d, 93. Pupils examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, 93 May 6th, 93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 ?Tclock.�? the Farmers frien i and the weekly times for $1. Call and see Sample copy. The Spicer manufacturing co., have ordered another Large Drill press a duplicate the one placed in their shop a few months ago. The increasing business the firm makes it necessary to adopt the latest improved machinery. The pan handle Railroad company a few Days ago sent a draft to treasurer Forney a new Yolk Bank for twelve thousand five Hundred and Twenty nine dollars and pm hey five cents their first s x months tax fur the year 1892. James Mccurdy an sex convict and Charles Young Dennison were arrested by marshals Mccune and Walker for stealing goods from pan handle cars. Information was Given by Mccurdy a wife. While confined in the lockup Young sawed a bar out his cell and escaped. The next thing in older for the City Council to do is to convert the band stand into a a Keeley Institute for the Benefit one two Motorman the electric Street car line. The turn table in that event could be used As a . Larry Germany cupola Man at the Spicer manufacturing company fell from the second Story the foundry to the ground a distance twelve feet fortunately his were not serious but will Lay him up for a Tew Days with a sore Back. Or. G. Ii. Peck informs us that the affliction which mrs. Creter canal Dover has been suffering with for five six a ars is get ing b Attr every Day and she is a fair Way to Complete recovery. Her trouble Las been an Lud Lent sore one her limbs. Mrs. Fannie Sarg it k irn Haac Cepter her old p sit Ion As Orga Odt in the presbyterian choir. s. Korns is one the most accomplished musicians in the City and the members the Church Are once More Happy that the efficient organist has finally consented to resume Ner former position As above stated. If the new Philadel phia electric Street car corporation builds a Road from this City to Uhrichsville via South Broadway and Down East front Street there will be no need Johnson extending his line Down East High Street As far As the terminal. No need the two lines leading into the City no More than a cow needs two tails in t in it i Winter. Dover items. J. A. Mcmillen returned yesterday from a trip to Buffalo n. Y. W. ?. Dickenson met with a painful Accident yesterday being stick a glance blow the forehead. Or. Price dressed the wound. Nina Deis entertained a score Young lady friends last evening at her Home sixth Street. The Fooster Avenue whist club spent ast evening at b Jii Var. The a Silvery Edge to the Cloud tint has been hanging Over our people for several months seems to to becoming More distinctly visible every Day As Al bids 111 it the injunction proceedings against the refunding rolling Mill Bonds will at last be am Oil y settled. There has been much senseless talk and needless anxiety caused by a mis understanding the part the people As to the real condition affairs and it is t it be hoped that All will be satisfactorily Arviju Ted at an Early Date. The d. Is manufacturing co. Have submitted a proposition to Dover in which they agree to locate their chair factory Here providing the citizens subscribe Stock to the amount $10,000 and the town makes them a loan $10,000 for a period ten years without interest. The factory which was destroyed by fire at new Alexandria is being rebuilt but if the citizens agree to the term3 offered by the Deis co., the buildings Here formerly u9ed by the Deis Bissman amp Kurtz co., will be utilized and the manufacture chairs began at once while the Alexandria factory will be used in manufacturing other furniture. Many our Best citizens Are interested and All seems favourable toward and Ling another worthy Industry to the Fine list the town already can boast . Or. Fred. Ramsell and wife Are visit ing friends at this place. Or. Ramsell was formerly a employ Al As train dispatcher the c. L. Amp w. Wien the office was located Here but now holds a like position the Hocking Valley r. R. At Columbus. Sam Toomey who has been in Ken Tucky for a week past returned Home last night. While in Kentucky Toomey purchased a Fine horse Gilford a 3 year old who has a record 2 30 As a 2 year old. Canal Dover Coal dealers deliver Coal at 6 1-2 cents per Bushel. When Dover people want to come to the county seat in a hurry they Are compelled to hire a Rig. The Street car accommodations Are Waining. Our bid for 1 he building an electric Street car line Froais this City to Uhrichsville will be acpt i j. Richardson to our Patron and Public in general.1 its saturday feb. 18, 1893, Between the hours 1 clock p. and four clock p. M., said Day the following described real estate situate in the township Jefferson in said county to wit and known As the North Cost forty acres the Northeast Quarter Sec Tion number sixteen township number seven Range number three. Also part the South halt the Southeast Quarter Section number fifteen township seven and Range three begin Ning at the Southwest Corner so id South half thence South eighty seven Aud time fourth degrees East ten chains and thirty links to the Centre the Cross roads thence North thirty three degrees West eighteen chains and Twenty live links along the West Side the Rager Ville Road to the West line said Quarter Section thence Alor g the West line said Quarter set t South two and one half degrees West fifteen chains an i fitly links to the place b ginning containing eight acres. Also the Northwest Quarter the Northwest Quarter Section seventeen township seven and Range three the unappropriated lands in the military District subject to Sale at Zanesville o., bounded As follows beginning at a Stone at the Northwest Corner said Section thence South three degrees West Twenty chains and Twenty three links to a Stone thence South eighty seven and one fourth degrees vast Nineteen chains and ninety seven links to a Stone thence North three degrees East Twenty chains and tw7enty three links to a Stone thence North Iglody seven and one fourth i Gate i West Nineteen chains and ninety seven links to the place beginning containing forty and thirty eight one Hundredth acres More less the above described tracts together the farm which Emert to died Seiz it d Cousin ing 88 and 38 100 acre s More less. Of praised Tivitt no. 1 at $200. tract no. 2 at 2,000. The entire Stock Custer Schneider amp co., Stock at greatly reduced prices received a Tengram saturday night from dating Wood county o., that ins Brothe r was lying at the Point we Abo put the Market 5u00 Yards death with dropsy and Quincy. Calico Worth it cents at 5 cents o000 Clay Hopper the Young nun Yards Yard wide Muslin Worth it cents who has been Laid out Tor bar at 5 cents. A Nice variety Breton ivorian for twelve Days came life Zephyr Gingham which have never it a most remarkable before been put the Market for less Currence a simians say he was Only tidal appraisement $2,200. Terms Sale one third Cash Day Sale one thud in one year and one third in two years with interest deferred payments to be St cured by mortgage premises sold. We Adams sheriff James q. Patrick atty. 4vvo than 15 cents our Price 12, Book fold Gingham Worth 12j, at 10c. We have replenished the dress goods department conspicuous among which Are our Fine Satin Soleil a Novelty in the dress goods department Worth $1.00 to $1.50 at 75c, to $1.15. Call and examine our Stock before purchasing. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a share your patronage we remain yours truly 3t3 Trina Bros. Notice to teacher n the is hereby Given to the country Village and City schools that the committee is now ready to receive manuscripts for the columbian exhibit to be held at the county seat commencing feb. , 18 3. It is to be hoped that As Many the country schools As possible will Send manuscripts to the exhibit. Owing to the fact that the country schools began late in order to Thim a Opportunity to . Sent their Best Woik we have deferred the collection manuscripts to this Date. 3t2 com. On exhibit. Criscentia powder. Removes the superfluous hair from the face neck and Arm w thou injury to the skin the com i Xion. Every bottle is carefully prepared by a skillful chemist. Cre Seemie w it res like magic and every lady who tries it is delighted w the the effect. Address the Orient powder co. Box 68, Cadi Ohio. Price $1.50 per bottle. 3i8 Tuscarawas farms Are snowed out s get but the Farmers Are having their Good old cider p.-Corn balls and Taffy Pullma Sall the same. In a trance. The Uhrichsville and new Pladel phia electric railway has been incorporated and is to be built next Freeport press. That is the understanding Bro., and people All along the line Are awaiting the Advent Spring. Property owners Aloi g South Breed. Way and Down East front Street Are signing the right Way for an electric Street car line. Or. C. Mitchener is at the head the concern. Iho Perty holders Are free a wanting the right Way. It was Sai 1 that the bed plate to one the Large engines at the rolling Mill could not be made m new Philadelphia. The Spicer manufacturing co., h Wever were equal to thu task and made the casting which weighed four tons. They Are Low finishing the same in their machine shop. Marsh a tailor Bowerstown o., while walking the p. C. C. C. Amp 1 St. L. Railway track going to the Sta Ion it a needy Ninou last was struck by a West bound passenger Tram and literally ground to i Cep. The a it Mains the i fortunate Man had to be gathered up in a Basket. He was about years old and a married Man. He had no children. One the finest monuments in this part the state has been erected by Beiter amp Lytle our in org be Granite de altars to Trie memory Hon. Simpson Harmout in the old c. Meter at canal Dover. It is a Beautiful design and yet none too grand to stand near the resting place such a truly Good Man As was . Harm Cunt. In sneaking the Healthfulness canal Dover the other Day it was stated that at the time taking the last census the records showed such a Small percentage deaths As compared w Ith other places its size that some inns take was thought to have been made but upon investigation it was found Correct and that Dover recorded the least number deaths and sick people according to the population any town in the state. The plasterers have commenced the y. C. A. Rooms. Or. John St flier has the Conti act. When the association i have their apartments fitted up it v. Ii be something the City can Well Teel proud . Everything will be neat and tidy and a most desirable place for a Young Man to spend his evenings go up and take a Peep at the Interior. Mrs. Sefert wife the manager the great Eastern Tea company Clanton g be the Street car employees that City hot Coffee to warm them up before starting out against the wind. If mrs. S., would offer some the electric Street car employees Here a cup hot Coffee they would be so ast missed at the woman that two thirds them would go off and commit some rash act for example drink a Glass water. Wonder what a the matter the Neil Philadelphia papers this week done to have anything the say about the granting the franchise to one their fellow citizens for the building the electric car line bet a that place and the twin paragraph. No matter at All Bro. Pittinger. That Point has virtually been settled and there is no use to say anything More about it. Thanks however for reminding us the fact. While Rev. Or. Baker the m. E., Church Dover was assisting in removing the Christma decorations at the Church a few Days since in some manner a wire became loosened and struck him in the Eye causing a very painful wound and it is feared he will lose the sight Iri that Eye. At the time he was conducting a St Ries very interesting revival meetings and much Good being accomplished but he has been obliged to discontinue them and is confined to the House. Ids Many friends deeply sympathize with him Over his Milfor Iune. At the court House. New cases filet the docket. Appearance the building the electric Street car line from this City to Uhrichsville Wii most assuredly be Given to the lowest bidder that virtual and justly places it into the hands new Philadelphia p Artiea. In conversation with county commissioner Adam Miller a Day so ago he in so Many words and nods his head assured us that the bid handed in by new Philadelphia parties was the lowest and the franchise legally belongs to them. The bid course was a Legal one and there can be no serious objection raised that Point. The commissioners will be ready to act upon the matter in a few Days and close up the franchise by granting it to the lowest responsible bidder which was the bid John a. Himes this City. There is no question that so soon As the matter is finally settled the new Philadelphia electric Street car corporation will proceed at once to construct the Road and we assure you that it will be operated about right. There will be ample Means Back the concern to employ none but first class men to operate it in a Safe gentlemanly manner. No roustabout will need apply for there Are other lines make a business taking care that class. Annual exhibit the its a go. Tie Rui Aux h i8 the Sotu Lanoe More truth Thiu we it to re to thought it had. It is reported in amp ook to circles and by the Way it is almost common talk that sheriff Adams the pleasant officer he is will Lake unto himself a wid gaining the hand one canal do Eros most accomplished Young widows. The continuous cold snap we have been having is measurably resp sible for the sheriff s efforts in that con nubian times. Yes yes its All right. Alice will make him a no. 1, wife. Brothers yer know that is we must be brotherly for in the near future Dover and new Philadelphia will be Dover news. Upper Evans Valley. John Mcgill is James j. Sherry civil action Donne ii amp Lusk plaintiff s attorneys. Jacob schlep is Fred g a Trier it a civil action petition and Precipe file i Jan. 5, �?T93 p. Oli Micai attorney plaintiff. John Sherry is James j. Sherry Catharine Mcgill is James j. Sherryl Thomas m. Mcfarland is Joseph a. Parry it Al., action Cogno Yit note petition affidavit Aud answer filed Jan. 5, 1893. Campbell amp Rosemond attorneys for plaintiff. Marie e. Bedwell is William bed Well action in divorce petition and Precipe filed and summons and c by petition is used Jan. 5, 1893, . Barclay attorney for plaintiff. The Cleveland amp dryer company is ii. Hamilton action co Novit note petition affidavit and answer filed Jan. A 1893 s. Johnson attorney for plaintiff. Chas. Holden is for a. L. Brinkman injunction proceeding petition affidavit Precipe an i Bond filed and unions and order injunction issued Jan. 0, 1s93. John s. Graham attorney Lor plaintiff. On account the sex Irrma Eom Watler the Pesbit Rian Sabbath school hereafter i l be h do in the afternoon from 2 to 3 cock p. Instead 9 in the morning. Tim change will be much better for the Little folks. Death Ben. Butler. Burglars getting in their work at Hlll Lisburg no clue to the guilty parties burglary was committed at Phillips Burg yesterday. Two Hundred dollars Worth jewel by was stolen including seven watches they effected a Entrance by cutting Glass. The entire comm Day traced the parties As far As Trenton where it is supposed they m ii Good their escape by slipping under the ice. It is supposed there is an g.mized band desperadoes in this county this bit information was handed us by a tramp who was gathered in an successfully thawed out. Look out be your guard Day night the Black avengers Are the Alert. Be their to i. farm h Miles n no Philadel phia o., is Lor Sale at a reasonable Price and very easy terms. An excellent farm for All purposes particularly Dairying Well improved. Goo 1 buildings. T3 h. C. Vinton. Good Sleigh ing is the attraction now. Or. C. A. Eckert Rager Svi a bought the cheese at the Wassam Dairy at 10i cents per i mud. Or. Exert gave charge the cellar to . Fred. Wassem who is an expert in handling Che so. Sneak thieves broke in t it the cellar Mary St pens a Tew Days ago and carried <11 a lot tobacco. Such Petty the Eves it serves to Bebe Hiu i the a a bars and fed me d and water. The correspondent to the Dover news perverts the Truch very much when he frays that Henry Zimmer pummelled a old Wassem at the Dairy a few Days ago. Do. Correspondent had better look Cut he might get his Bead neck and face skinned in the same manner As did Ziu Imer a to in had a Little too much a ibo Ozta his antagonist would not have have escape d so easily. The Oil Chicken started Tho fuss and the Young ones wanted to tight it out but they struck the throng Man that time. A old will face the music any time. Fair play. Quill ii Surg. Receipts amp expenditures a Tuscarawas county Ohio from the 1st monday september 1891, to the 1st monday september 1s92. Receipts. Bat. In Treasury sept. 7, l-91. 4\3u2. 91 Duple ate 1-91. 3 7 147. 83 additions a a a a. 88,435, delinquents 1-91. 3.745.48 delinquent Chat collected. 1,628.53 state Cora. School fund. 24,097, 50 . Mil. Quot a a 1,190.29 Sec. 16 a a 306. 39 liquor tax 1892. 32,643. 87 Institute fund. Received from Sephord examiners 3 No a. A. Shear us extended its. Fund. 21.90 school fund. Coshocton co. To Bucks to. Auer 191 29. 00 a a and Newcomerstown school. 62.81 Harrison co. Sec 16 school fund .122.15 a a to Perry to. 16. 21 Coshocton Quot a a Bucks Aud Newcomerstown school. 62. 25 Bridge fund. Co. Coran re a correction lumber account. 40. 00 co. Com mrs a. Old Bride Plank sold 41.50 county fund. J. G. Patrick pros. Atty. Fine and costs collected. 161.41 clerk Donahey Cost in state cases. 133. 65 a a Quot unclaimed Cost 159.75 p. Ii. Read fines collected. 48. Flo f. L. Brinkman fines collected. 6.00 d. W. Meese a a a a 7. Do K. Robinson a a a a 17. 00 m. A. Rolft a a a a 3.00 a. C. Hursey a a a a. 5.00 j. V. Tomer a a a a 1.00 we. Kinsey bal. A a 40 l 0. Ball Quot a a 10.00 Robt. A. Boone Quot. 1.00 Jos. D Etz a a 50 e. S Souers a a a a. 15. Ii. To. Porter a a Quot 5.00 d. Barclay a a Quot 12.80 j. R. Mulvane a a Quot 1i.<>> j. Ii. Hostetler m Quot. 13.00 Prter Moersch Quot. 2.50 a. C. Kurtz rent basement .15. On Geo. A Homas Quot a a a a 120. On Fos Loeb insurance refunded .46.25 0. F. Baker a a Quot. Fr7.8 John w Kinsey Laws pens a. 40.44 we. Hill compensation to Shotwell for Road. 85.00 win. K. Lash auctioneers License .3. 00 m. J. Link auction duties collected. 13.14 0. Mcadoo. Expenses Road View not. Granted. 29. 50 p. J. Petry expenses Road View not granted. 21. 50 Leroy Mcgregor bottle Ink .70 1. A. Correll bottle Ink. 70 c. B. Harvey 2 boys pens. 1. 50 Chas. Lahmer 1 a a Quot. 75 children a Home fund. Support Xenia children. 523, 80 a a Quot Carroll co children 114. On a a a a Jefferson co a a. 1.5�?T5.81 Quot a a Coshocton Quot a a. 1,774.51 supp Home Sale Oil barrels acc 35. 4<> support. Of Xenia children. 521.64 supt Home Sale Stock and l barrels. Supt. Of Home. School tax from Dover township. Support Xenia children. Supt Home Sale Stock a. A a a a Quot a a a a wheat. Infirmary fund. Inf. Directors burial Franklin co pauper. Inf. Directors support Holmes co. Pauper. Inf. Directors support Harrison county Paup a. Inf. I directors support Athens co pauper. Inf. Directors sheep pelts a. Sold. A a Money found dead pauper. Geo. W. Kelley sheep pelts a liide3 sold from infirmary. Geo. W. Kelley beef hides a sold from infirmary. Geo. W. Kuey Wool sold from inf a a Quot Quot Corn calves a sold from infirmary. Inf. Dir Cors. Stone sold at inf. E it Parmelee Arat. Overpaid infirmary account. Ixl Igent soldiers fund. Irens Mill to. Unclaimed ind. 8ol. Fun id. R Benner a a Ava Rokk Quot. T e Mcfadden a a washing to Quot. John w Adams a a Mill to 1 pet Ohn Harper a a Warrn Quot. Conrad Seikel a a Franklin Quot. Janies Elwood a a 44. Lames Scott a a Wayne p Callanan Goshen to 1 pet. Fred a Haas Quot Bucks Quot. S w rank a a Clay a a. Melt Nuel Bender Quot san by a a. As Valo a a Fairfield Quot. A Ltd t i her a a Sugarcreek to. Lott Quot Lawrence. A ii in Kate Quot Auburn. Ii Breitenstein a a co. P Dover. L spilt s Quot country Quot Quot. A h Wilson Quot Mill tawn slip Dennison Preci it. T g Johnson Quot Goshen to 2 p-7. S my Unis Quot Quot Quot 3 Chas Valot appraising some Dato lots. Conrad Seikel appraising stouts add to Strasburg. Hoopengarner appraising Brocks add to Midvale. T g Johnson appraising Switzer a and Gilgen a add to new Phila. 11 Breitenstein appraising Chafer Saad c Sling Lufty Sadito Dover. Court exp asks Petit grand struck Aud special jurors. Witnesses in state cases. Before grand jury. Justices fees in state cases. Constables. Quot to court and grand jury. I judges and clerks elections. Return judges Quot. Pri Tiso account Samuel and Blanks. W c Gould a a Quot Quot. F c Irvine Quot Quot. Samuel k Minnig a a Quot. W w Scott Quot Quot. J l Mcllvain Quot a a a a. Wii Stoutt a a a a Quot. John Doerschuk a a 44 4450. 25 89. 8 563. 01 15. 7-55� 3 20. 0e 20. 80 30.00 9.07 11.90 1.40 4.28 Vuk 80 1 3. 60 12. If 5. 50 �0 5.10 heart failure Llie cause his unexpected demise. General Benjamin f. Butler the lawyer statesman politician Anil millionaire manufacturer died at Hie Washington residence no. 220 new Jersey Avenue Southeast at half past 1 clock wednesday morning. The general has always to a More less extent made his residence in Washington although Many the scenes his successful ventures have been located elsewhere. He was born at Deerfield n. He. A., nov. 5, 1818. He graduated at Waterville College n 1838, and in 1841 began the practice Law at Lowell mass. He Early took a pro Mient Pait in politics the Democrat pc Side and in 1853 want elected i to the Massachusetts House representatives and in 1859 to the state Senate. He was the candidate for president the Greenback labor party in 1884, but his democratic opponent . Cleveland was successful. Since the close the War when not holding any office he has practice his profession in Boston and new York. G. A. It. Election. Ixa Tirral White off comes from natures invisible Depths purely a min eral product. Grows hair head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out. Price 50 cents. For Sab by f. C. Miller a son. Of at a regular my it no Andrew Crawford Post A. This City january 2nd. P. P. C. Geo. W. B wets in titled gentlemen for the ensuing year John c. Joss commander. Geo. W. Kysely . Vice Comdr. J. A. Zech . Vice. W. H. Roser q. Reverdy Kirby Of d. Guthrie Of g. I. L. Hathaway chaplain. J. Hummel surgeon. J. P. Kuhn adjutant. Jag. . Fred. Zurcher q. Sgt. For Sale. Our teamsters Are making use the Snow i turn g Ore frown the Meese Hill they haul some very heavy loads but j. T. Biker Downs them All. Sickness and death again visits our neighbourhood one victim being tin wife Sebastian shoe Dur her remain were Laid to rest Friday morning. Rev. Lehman delivered a very appropriate ref Simon. Peace unto her ashes. Mrs. John Dei Zer is seriously inform what cause we have not Learned. Philip Maurer has for some time been very sek with typhoid fever. Lewis canal Doyer is at present attending him. James the i Leeond son Miller is also seriously i afflicted. Caused by a tumor in his s de. The tumor being a nature that necessitates removal. It seems the skill it f . Goudy Newcomerstown was equal to the emergency As at last report he was doing Well. We wish All afflicted a speedy recovery. Rev. F. Kal Fleisch has returned from a Short visit to Indianapolis where be contemplates moving in the near future we sorely regret his Depa Tare from our midst yet that seems to be our fati that which we most need is also wanted elsewhere. We venture to by that no where in the Taco do Young people Shew More attachment and love for their Homes than Here. Even when they Are Sleigh ing at eight and return Home this shout whoop and yell. They a a glad they Are Home again. A thief entered the store d. Gru Ber last in night by Wiy window and carried with him six watches one empty watch cae at out Twenty chins three dozen the to t Vallab e rings and seme Otner jewelry a pair Shes and a pair Arctic Over slices were also my sing. Four the watches being coolly Gold watch tvs the amount get Lien would amount to r ear $159.00. The thief ii to so far been ice so ii i l n King Cape. Tot.4 receipts 1516,990.90 expenditures. Am at paid the state. 48,06-5. 53 school fund Quot. Rown ship Village and special schools 137,945 94 dec. 16. Funds to Harrison and Carroll cons. 78. Is township finds. Township. Bridge cemetery a funds 25.710.1 Hoad funds. 13,783. 90 corporation fun is. Gnadenhutten. 884. 56 Dover. 16,183. 11 new Philadelphia. 23,972. 64 Blakes Mills. 834.03 Barnhill. 852. 42 7,- 149. 26 Uhrichsville. I1,08. 19 Dennison. 19,49�. 27 new it merr it town. 4,050. To Mineral City. 2.967.50 port Washington. 859. 40 Tuscarawas. 325. 68 66 0 60 0 i 66 00 56 00 79 00 19 90 70 09 62 00 72 do 74 i i 78 10 60 00 85 to 90 09 60 99 94 00 92 00 53 60 92 do lock 2 2 3 00 2 00 4 co 2,457 95 261 99 445 70 112 15 304 45 276 09 4 63 75 16 20 746 99 55 00 1.057 25 890 95 133 50 763 37 22 25 6 25 m m Adams conveying John m Allison to Asylum. Witnesses in lunacy. Insurance. Of Baker insurance 5 years $4420, t h. Home. C f Baker insurance 5 years 4330, infirmary. Joseph Loeb insurance 5 years 9660, infirmary. Joseph let be. Insurance 5 years. 68 cd. Hone. Joseph Loeb. Insurance 5 years. So Irenton River Bridge. A r Creter insurance5 cd. Home. W n , insurance 2o 8n�, infirmary. P a 9y let a us Urance 5 years oooo Bucic rown River by. J u Kelley insurance 5 years 4ouio. Jail. Years. 21200, yeas 30 21 02 60 44 2 48 30 96 60 81 4 92 50 265 2co 111 00 4o viewing and surveying roads. 153 91 38s 55 774 85 190 95 294 00 158 01 36 35 20 00 17 25 58 86 30 55 296 57 10 00 6 15 13 00 19 45 7 50 6 25 30 75 2 70 6 00 3 55 3 25 150 50 61/ boons and stationery the Barrett pub co books and stationery. Johnson and Watson books Aud stationery. The b f Wade co books and stationery. Seibert Aud Lilley books Aud stationery. Short and Foreman books and stationery. The i roup mfg co books Aud stationery. The Foreman Bassett co books and stationery. Brooks and co books and stationery Robt Clark Aud co a a a a a. The 0 0 paper co paper a. F c Miller a son Blank books and stationery. D Korns p m Stamps a. Carter Dinsmore a co in stand and mucilage. Woodrow Baldwin a co writing fluid. W j priest typewriting a m Martin a a a. The Akron p and p co civil action record. Johnson a Donahey envelopes a. H de Llaban pens. The Zuggie Gale co Gold wafer seals John Doershuk bin Ling newspaper flies4r- s c Tatum co Telephone tablets. K j Peter stationery for school exam Iati is. Henry Rice stamping Ink. G ii Lewis Dow tax table. e Wells envelopes. Courthouse and office expenses. Christian Jensen bal. Fres coing court House. 1,252 50 Sehl by s painting Aud varnishing court House. 200 00 John Meinhart repairing front court House. 2,050 the Deis Bissman and Kurtz co furniture a for court House .716 10 the new Phila water co wat r rent for court House. 90 00 f c Stow janitor court House 600 00 m s Nabor services As night watch. 42 09 l Zellner a sous. Galvanized Iron work at court House. 88 to the Light heat Aud Power co Gas for court House. 411 30 the c d p a Tel co rent telephones in court House. Ill 00 John w Kinsey express freight and telegrams. 25 01 a w Patrick it Al pros atty office rent. 40 00 Jacob Burtscher setting 8 grates in court House. 29 65 h p Fri a hardware for court House 24 19 j p Logan plastering and repairs in Cut Urt House. 7 l a m Martin typewriter supp ies clerks Otyce. 13 09 j Nageley a sons lumber and Wood Woik for court House i. 41 85 James Congleton brooms. 6 j f Hensel hauling ashes from court House. 5 00 Levy a Stern Flag for court House .8 5u 0 w Fisher cleaning cesspool at court House. 50 Yeager Smitley a to Ink erasers a 15 90 Viceroy a , carpet sweeper .3 50 Wise Zeeb a co Ley matches a. Ii Carnahan saw dust for court House. 3 75 a d Dudley cleaning locks in co. Treasury. 12 00 my Livaie a Thompson repairing wheelbarrow. 1 59 Jacob Jentes bookshelf for prob. Pm e3 00 John h. Kinsey Oil cd and matting. 7 25 p Taylor a Feu window cleaner a 3 05 j h Mitchell repair probate Seal 2 09 the Dickson drug store India Ink a for Surveyor. 2 50 j a Moody repair clerks Seal 2 5 i u w Burry carpet for court House. 1 65 Taylor Bros a co filing Stamps and cuts. 6 96 m e Wells 1 it lard Oil. Up 0 h Hoover surveyors fees. J h Booth a a viewers fees. Chair men a and markers fees. Damages and compensation Road 4 1 Bootwell we Hill Road. 85 a m i Rancis Aud n c Woik m Moody Road. Bridges and culverts. John Hoffman in full abutments by. In Baltic. John who Ali stonework Warwick township. Elhiu it a Merit nto rework i Usu l j Vamp Page part pay Nivert Warwick township. Frederick Wassem stonework two Bridges sugar Creek to. A l Barthlow stonework one Bridge Oxford to. Arch. Casteel in full Culvert Jefferson to. Sylvester sheets bal in full repairs Road Wash Sasieni to. Sylvester sheets fills to Bridge Oxford to. Sylvester sheets Protection Quot Wail by. South newcomers town. Arch. Casteel Extension to Culvert Salem to. Salem Gray in full flies to Quot Bridge Perry to. Joseph Caples replay King Bridge Mill to. John Mark Grey in full fills to Bridge Jefferson to. W in Johnson in full approaches to by Rush to. Godfrey Oesch planking 2 Bridges. Sugar Creek to. Ripley a Poland in full abutments Bra Ige Rush to. Ovar Kirby fills to Bridge Washington to. Aaron Delong Protection Lence . A Newcomerstown. Shrock in full Ellis 2 Bridges. Sugar reek to. W s Page bal. In full Culvert Warwick to. Joseph born fills by Warwick to. John Stahl replanting Aud approach is by. Kush to. Fred a Wassem abutments for by. Bucks to. Adam Froelich Protection to Bridge Jefferson to. Ben Teichman planking Bridge Warwick to. John Gadd addition to Oxford to. Adam Stocker planking 2 Bridges Salem to. So Meco rip rap and approaches Culvert Oxford to. Daviu Williams Bai. In Luis Protection Wall at River Oxford to. John Pryst rep lacking Bridge. War wich to. I continued fourth 20/ 2-> 8 i 91 5j 32 so 71 62 91 52 5o i 150 118 91 62 55 78 91 9 00 2o 32 16 5o is f4 2o 66 47 61 4o 94 6o 12 27 99 Lse 14 68 59 72 27 1j 7 8 j 10 17 60 90 27 79 25 13 2o 27 12 the greatest. Clearing up Sale see the times offer 111 Tho first Chi urn. Two papers for one Dollar. House and lot East Avenue also a Coal Bank and equipments in Good running order 1$ Miles from town Good Coal. Inquire Thomas Perker new Philadelphia Oor times office. Want one tar a Down and balance in reasonable payments. 49tf removal sier Ash for cure t f alcohol id morphine from Alliance Uto Salem o., Cor. High and Lundy streets. The management will n.3 in to Ihui h l ii Cape pres., and J. Snyder Sec. And treas. No eff Ort will be spared to make every one comfortable and sat fid who come to the Institute. On remedies Are sure Safe and scientific an i a cure guaranteed. Fred j. Ripple a our agent for new Philadelphia and canal Dover who will be pleased to give any and ail Cesiro d information. Hoopes amp Snyder. D c. 29, �?T92. Im3 fees and salaries offi ers. John w. Kinsey county auditor. Part pay As auditor from sept. 190 42. 97 Perd tem and mileage r. It. Appraisement 191. 114. 80 writing descriptions in Toad abstracts l f9< and �?T91239 00 part pay As auditor from sept. 1841 1,641. 12 making Trenton and Uhri Osville Pike Dup 1891. 294.8 c. C. Forney county treasurer. Collection duplicate. 3,201 94 a a Fine and costs Etc. 9 11 delinquent chattels 8143 John c. Donahey clerk court. Clerk fees in state cases. J. Ii. Mitchell probate judge. Holding criminal court. Inquests lunacy a. Appointment examiners county Treasury. Recording births Aud deaths. J. G. Neuman recorder. Bal. In full. Gen indexes. Ii. T. Missis. Recorder indexing deeds. Peter goer a sheriff. Boarding prisoners a. Summoning juries a. Extra allowance by court. Kees in probate court cases. Transporting insane to inf. William Adams sheriff. Summoning juries a. Boarding prisoners a. Fees in matter insane. Conveying prisoner to workhouse. Att Orbys fees. J. G. Patrick. Pros. Atty. Fee. Legal adviser county officers. To per cent Fine and Cost state cases. J i Patrick counsel in tax cases. Henry Bowers a a a a Ohio is m Stine. J h Barnhill counsel in Ohio is Geo Feucht. J w Yeagley counsel in is John Vardy. Olmstead and Donnell Zusel in Ohio is Henry Wehrli. Orson Lusk counsel in Ohio is Jonas Davis. Commissioners feb. Wes eve eme son. E b Westhafer. Adam Miller. Infirmary directors fees Jas m Porter per diem and expenses a a a a a a c Erical services. Lewis Goekeler per diem Aud exp it uses. Ozias Delong per diem and expenses school examiners fecs to w pm Fer services. W e Beck Quot. \ c maker a a. Pfeifer Beck and Baker expenses. 686. 41 290. 00 104. 39 2. 98 121. 44 99. 43 153. 00 396. 20 56. 36 290 0 46. 7 4. 00 254. 95 481. 29 7. .54 17. 00 9/2 04 goo 00 15 63 50 00 50 00 20 x 20 00 200 00 20 0 jail repairs and expenses. D c Gentsch. Med. Aid to prisoners. E Alexander clothing for Quot c w Burry carpet matting a. e Well Wall Pap r a Copperas. The new Phila Ater co water rent is Urfer ticking towling a. John Saunders barbering prisoners j Stinebaugh amp son mending shoes for prisoners. I c Price screen doors. L Engler whitewashing. Louis Rolli hauling ashes. Edwd cd repairing hearths. O Kniseley tin and hardware. Schenk a Compton painting and papering. O p Taylor a son Lawn Mower a. Samuel Rufer blacksmithing. Parr a Kelly shoes for prisoners. L Zellner a sons repairing roof castings a. A Glitz a co bed a. Nick Miller stonework and Cement Jolin Eckert shoes for prisoners. Jacob Eckert sharpening Lawn Mower. Unclaimed Cost. S p Wells it. Al. Coal account. S f Hensel it Al. Taxes refunded. Ii j Berger $675 fit Chat sugar reek township. C c Milner 2 15-199 acres i Ltd to. Robert Harris dog in new Phila. Moody lots 7 a 8bl. 5 id Dennison Henry Shank 2 acres in Auburn to. C c Forney trea j b read land in Goshen to. A h Bash lot 166 Uhrichsville owned by Hines. W m Tracy 2-100 acres Lawrence to ried by r a. Valentine Wenz 3 acres in Mill and York to. The Den. Land Ltd House $900 assessed twice. Jac. A. Leiser $629 Dover corp should have been school. John Shalosky House $2ix 89 a 90 Salem to. Edw Van Lehn 3 1-6 acres Pike tax. Jacob Foehl % acres York to c a m r a. J m Wise $4 3 Chat Bucks to. Samuel Stettler 31p 0 building Dover corp. Burned 1890. Settling school funds. James m Sproull it Al. Coroners inquests. B d Downey coroners fees. a Romig mayor act a Coroner. D Barkley j p Quot Quot. Go Meese up a a a a. A m Beers postmortem exam Nat non James Booth. R 11 Goudy postmortem exam Nat non James Booth. J m Smith asst autopsy James Booth. Constables at inquests. Witnesses a a 44john. Evans exhuming and re burying James Booth. R. Parmelee the shoe dealer Ever bad. About $1000,00 Worth the Welty Stock still unsold. We shall place every pair our bargain counters and Clear it entirely out before March 1st. Bargains for ladies All j. And t., cousins Fine hand turned Button show Worth four dollars now $2.70 same make machine sewed Worth $3.25 now $2.15 Fine hand turns Worth $3.00 now $2.15 sizes 2�, 3j, and 6. Fine Don Gola Button Worth $2, $2.25, $2 50 no v $1.75 sizes 2d 3,3. 50,7 and 8. Fins hand welts Worth $2.50, now $1.50 Siz s 23, 3. Dongola Dutton too cheap to last former Price $1.50 now 75c. Calf d shoes All s be 8, Worth $1.50 now 50c. Misses solid lace Worth $1.00 now 5oc. All size 12. Menus solid sewed con free a shoes All sizes Worth $l.-r0 now $1.00. Lots other bargains As we must clean up the entire Stock before mar ii 1st. Menus solid Kip Boot $1.25 a Bootjack thrown in. Done to git to Call for the Jack at e. R. Parmelee a the shoe dealer new Philadelphia Ohio. Also water St., Uhrichsville Ohio. 49 10 21 55 26 36 19 56 19 00 9 70 there is no Verdigris other Ini Pur. �?~j4 35 j Ity in chases Barley malt whisky. It 15 15 i in Rich and and the Best All Wii Kies for Fame y Ana medical purposes. Sold by a. Bippus amp Sor new Philadelphia. Pm Beiter amp Lytle new Philadelphia Ohio can and will sell you monuments headstones cheaper than any Otlmor firm in the state. Call and examine our Stock were you can see the work and save Money by dealing direct Vith them. No agents percentage to pay and you can see just what you Are buying As we carry a big Stock finished work. Luf Jno. Ii. Kinney is Selling goods Viry cheap to reduce frock for invoice. Call Early to secure bargains. 3t2. For Sale a Tine cottage Home 9 Tooms lot w>xl97 feet Only 2 Square j from Public Square Good Cistern cellar and Good fruit for $2,350. Reasonable terms. Inquire 51 s. Moore agent. Natural grows hair the heal White cures Dandruff Perm v 01l neatly stops hair falling out. It is nature s True hair grower. Grows moustache and whiskers. Price 50 Cente. For Sale it y 12 f-0 19 09 2 50 4 m 16 93 11 85 19 i 5 00 3 h 11 9 4 Fri 3 60 4 69 1 50 23 to a 393 22 9 78 3 82 1 my 27 14 3 81 42 22 1 19 2 42 6 41 9 30 6 82 4 84 2 4i f. C. Miller amp son. Of 2 54 6 45 34 10 the Cincinnati nil a great hit saturday. The Coal that City had cornered All the Cut a i Ard had put the Price Botjo id Here a i the poorer classes. The enquire Foice went to work and had cod ship-56 29 1 pod to the City and delivered any Phi e therein but Only to the poor people at $3.50 per Tor. £2 45 6 70 4 30 6 85 1,255 20 1,455 75 1,435 .50 317 40 69 Ltd 3 9 00 200 90 188 05 188 05 2 �?T4 30 91 60 a?3k3?or3 Fuks add. Add to Tii prevents palsy shocks and Bovi sudden deaths cures nervous prostration. Price $1.00. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Of Conrad Pekel appraising a Rasburg. Lucas Friend appraising 3 f b Holliday assessing transient David e Bai it i win assessing Una to b f Warner Quot push Quot t e Romig a a my 1 to 3 pet a ii in Ilea Quot per. A Quot. S k Bair a a York Quot. 1 Isaac Havor assessing Oxford a a. F m Huane Garner assessing Goshen to t pet. T avid Brown assessing mul to 2 pet Job amp Glatzer Quot Jeff re to pm a 2 00 8 60 2 00 54 09 g 00 56 00 60 00 64 14 b1 00 52 00 64 co to inquests lunacy. Per Goeler conveying Ann in orals to Asylum. I Goeler conveying Mary 1 Exley to any us. P Goeler conveying ram Mckeown to Asylum. P Goeler conveying Morris Chaney to Asylum. P Goeler conveying Eliz l Zimmer Iron Asylum to inf. P Joe conveying h w Albert to Asylum. P Goeler conveying Martha Barnhill i Goeler conveying Martha Robson to Asylum. We learns conveying Jcsse More to Asylum. W k Creter asset conveying Jesse vol re to Asylum. Logan Meehan conveying Mary a Machan to Asylum. P Goe conveying Barney my Ler to Asylum. We Adams conveying Mary f Baker to Asylum. We Adams conveying Lucinda a eur Meh to any urn. We Adams conveying n f m Rogers to Asylum. Geo w Bowers asst conveying Samuel Mckeown to Asylum 75 co to to no 7 40 17 00 5 00 33 75 33 75 7 it 6 l5 22 <40 21 7-5 4 4 7-5 35 75 27 75 8 30 -33 75 39 75 33 75 33 75 24 95 1100 a in -4-� to i a p it Ciu. O i it m a Quot so

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