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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 23, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published it key thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Sfach. One Neh. Three inches., six inches. Hall column., one column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. Irr. 1 1 00 12 00 83 00 $5 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday january 23, 1890. Number 4. Cleveland and Marietta railway. In effect june 16, 1889. Going North. Stations. Going South. No. 4 no. 2 no. 1 no. 3. 1040am 200 am 1100 100 1140 250 Loon 1201 1212 052 Cay Wood. 931 044am 1218 058 Stanley. 995 j8 1238 714 Whipple. 910 023 1243 725 Warner. 900 013 1257 740 Elba. 840 559 104 747 Macks Bun. 839 552 111 754 Dexter City. 832 545 115 759 South Olive. 828 540 121 805 Dudley. 822 533 130 815 Caldwell. 815 520 140 825 Helle Valley. 802 510 149 834 Ava. 752 500 155 840 Glenwood. 740 500 201 840 it pleasant. 740 454 213 85s Byersville. 720 441 232 918 Cambridge. 709 425 238 924 Oldham a. 059 415 245 931 Millers. 052 41 is 255 941 Kimbolton. 042 358 300 946 Guernsey. 137 353 307 953 Post Hoy. 630 346 317 1003 no motown. 020 337 327 1010 Wolf a. 711 327 339 1023 Philipsburg. 000 315 344 1029 Lilac band. F55 309 350 1035 Turners. 550 303 400 1045 canal Dover. 549 253 422 1107 a Val june. 230 1055 pm 630p\i Toledo. A 4 it pm 945 1219. Canton. 128 1015 110 Akron. 1230 225 Cleveland. I. I 115 108 Buffalo. 1. 540 net Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday january 23, 1800. Hummel Block second floor fast High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.1.00 if not paid within three mods 1-50 �5remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Burke Coughlin and Sullivan the Cronin murderers were taken to Joliet last week where they Are to spend the rest their lives in the Penitentiary. The weeks doings. The times Only one Dollar a year. The pipe works resumed work last Friday. Mrs. Samuel Foltz pneumonia. Is quite ill James Gordon Bennett a hair is almost dealer. Here too Jim. Shake. Or. W. Jackson is suffering severely muscular rheumatism and Riseon tined to hi3 room. James Reardon was reappointed night watch for the ensuing year by the City dads tuesday night. The weeks doings. Through coaches trains nos. 2 and 3. Be tween Marietta Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c w amp b a c in and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b amp 0, East and West at Newcomerstown with p. C a St l East and West at Dover with claw and c and a North and East at Valley Junction with w a l e and Valley . W k Richards Gen l pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 12, 1889. Going East. The Columbus dispatch says a a republicans May possibly be Able to get some Consolation out the fact that it was a cold Day when Foraker Walker Blaine eldest son James g. Blaine died the a a gripped the loth inst. Lie held the position examiner claims in the state department. Lie was appointed by president Harrison. Stations. express local. A Kava new Philadelphia canal Dover. 6 25 . 2 00 . 1 00 . 0 45 a a 210 a a 130 a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 2 31 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 40 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 a a 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 00 a a 3 32 a a 9 my a a 3 15 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3.55 a a Alliance. 10 05 a a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. 1215 a a 4 50 a belial re. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 2-5 a a 7 00 a a going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 6 10 . 12 45 . 10 10 Bellaire. 4 40 Wellsville. 8 15 2 4 Cleveland. 8 00 1 05 10 25 10 .55 3 10 4 15 Bayard. 7 to Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. 11 12 4 3<3 1 Malvern. 11 17 4 43 8 35 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 00 8 55 Magnolia. 11 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 35 10 10 canal Dover. 12 10 Pra 0 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 1 0 15 11 00 All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains the a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc., apply to j. F. Milk agent new Philadelphia. Ohio. James Mcc Tea e. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Chairman Mckinley was sharply questioning a merchant who appeared before his committee a few Days ago and got More than asked for when the merchant told him was admitted to the Cobden club the same Day Garfield dealer. J. T. Johnson the Pittsburgh and Western has decided to accept the position general manager the Val Ley railway under the new b. Amp Management and will enter his duties feb. 1st.�? column bus dispatch. Governor Foraker pardoned Twenty five convicts who were serving terms in the Penitentiary during the year commencing november 16th, 1888, and ending november 16th, 1889. The pardons were recommended by the Board pardons and no doubt were fully warranted by the history each Case. Ii. J. Peters has been appointed postmaster at Ragersville and C. Lau Baugh at Shanesville this county. The Chicago inter Ocean says Quot Edison thinks burying the electric wires leaves them just As dangerous As if overhead. If it does no to drop your Back it will crawl up your trousers legs. People however will Chance the burying. Edison has too much Stock in overhead wires to be a Safe the Council is still wrestling with the ordinance granting the franchise to the Street railway with Little probability an agreement. Goes. Beaver Abbott and Hill will each receive 810,000 As their salary and this is the largest sum paid to the gubernatorial office. The number sick in our midst has been decidedly the increase during the past week principally from bad colds and influenza. A regular blizzard set in in the Northwest sunday night. The storm is said to be very severe but we have escaped in Ohio except As to High wind. Or. Geo. Sluthour died at the residence his brother in Law . Samuel Hirst this City last week. Deceased had been ill for a Long time. Jennie daughter . And mrs. C. C. Williams died at their residence Oldtown Valley monday last week inflammatory rheumatism aged 9 years. The g. A. R. Post this City propose to have a Flag presentation to our Union school the 22d february 1890, and have taken the initiatory Steps for said purpose. The Sherman House ha3been making some effective changes in its office enlarging it and putting in the electric Light. It improves the appearance the room very much. Valley railway. In effect december 2, 1888. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 3, j no. 7. No. 1. No. 6. 1115ami 115pm la it lev Elaml a 924am 2 30pm 1202pm 5 . 9 03 12 30 j 5 37 .Akron.1 55 3 15 1 28 Ltd 33 Gant . 7 55 12 15 2 15 j 7 25 Jar Val a Jet la 7 05 i 1130am business directory. Gys a it a a 20yrs. Pra a Tiee in pensions test amp Soldier claim. up so ssh no fees. Son-1 f it a up a . C. M.sites&co., atty a Wash a ,,. J7 ran Cis Romig. Attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Melane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. m. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio Over citizens National Bank. The Republican editors that Are howling so loud about senator Brice not being a resident Ohio will not realize How insignificant their views that subject Are until the Senate a majority whose members Are Republican seats him without a protest. The Republican senators will soon lift the scale from their eyes. For Republican newspapers to say that Geo. R. Topps death was caused by gov. Campbell Reading the letter written by Topp in which proposed a swindle the City Cincinnati is one the most sickly attempts to stir up prejudice that has appeared in Public print. The regard for truth undoubtedly has flown from the throne reason with some editors. Office 44yl j0iin w. Nixion m. D., physician and surgeon. Office Oil South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 5yl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court i use. On North Broadway. 47yl f ii. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to it it collections executor administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his eare in Tuscarawas. Harrison and adjoining counties. Will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Bucklen Warnaca Salvo. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped j lauds. Chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to Gie perfect sat Saf action Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller son. 6y2 j judging from Republican howl about Briceus wealth one would think the Republican i Quot. Senators Are All poor and that the democrats have committed a the unpardonable sin by electing him. Senator Miller new York rep is Worth 810,000,000 senator Sawyer the lumber lord Wisconsin is Worth $15,000,000 and John Sherman is said to be Worth $2,000,000 at How the Republican party loves the poor Man the Wooster jacksonian says Hon. J. Mcsweeney is lying quite sick with heart trouble at his Home in that City. Six persons died in Steubenville monday morning. The largest number at any one time since the Small pox plague in 1872. An italian by the name Morezzi Clel Sti was arrested monday morning and lodged in jail charged with assaulting one Maistrelis Hun Bale. The commissioners Mahoning county have decided to Macada Mize All the roads under their jurisdiction. A Good decision with plenty ground to Back it up. New York offers to furnish All the Means for the worlds fair without an appropriation from the government. We would rather see it go to Chicago than any where else. The Little town Bakersville is honoured with a newspaper. Messes. H. G. Stonebrook and a. Riffle get out a very Nice Little Sheet. The business men the town have done a Good part by advertising in it liberally. We wish you Success gentlemen. Young husband a i seems to me my dear that this Chicken is rather Young wife a i know it and can to understand it at All. I picked it out a did you examine it closely a a indeed 1 did. I looked in its Mouth the first thing and i could see that it Hadnot even Cut its first Teeth x. Y. Weekly. The Santa Paulus chronicle says that Ventura is the Banner county California for Honey. The yield for 1889 was 220,000 pounds from 14,190 stands bees. San Diego comes next with 200,000 pounds from 17,000 stands. In Beans and bees Ventura leads the state. A Mother sees her child perish in a buning stable from Dennison. But powerless to Rescue it while two fiendish men enemies stand in their Yard not More than one Hundred feet away and refuse to offer assistance the Little four year old son . And mrs. Charles Goettge sets Are to their stable and perishes before help can be obtained. The u. Journal elocution and oratory gives the following rules for articulation a excellent practice in articulation is obtained by Reading aloud slowly and distinctly taking care 1 that the body sound the sound the vowels is Correct 2 that All the consonants not necessarily silent Are properly enunciated and 3 that All Short vowels have their proper sound. Patents. Ii. Amp a. 1. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions tie. No attorney let s in Advance for obtaining u. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc., sent tree. A-1 Cess r. Amp a. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T88yl children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria whens had children she gave them Castoria. Extreme beat in All countries. The following figures show the extreme heat in the various countries the world Bengal 150 degrees fahrenheit Borg Sahara desert 153 degrees Persia. 125 degrees Calcutta India l2fl degrees Central american Republic 129 degrees Cape Good Hope. South Africa. 105 degrees Greece 100 degrees Arabia 111 degrees new York 102 degrees Spain Cuba. China Anil Jamaica 110 degree. France Denmark Russia end the Sandwich -.kinds. 100 degrees England Ireland an Portugal. Is de Strajia Quot so degree. Scotland a Sweden and nor was. 65 de the governor West Virginia in his message to the House and Senate recommends very important legislation the subject which is As follows a the governors message is Long and recommends considerable Railroad legislation. Other recommendations Are to suppress trusts and combinations to protect miners and Railroad employees to provide for cheaper school books to prevent partisan practices in Impan Eling juries a 75 degree to let c Iceland. 42 a Gre a no. Nova Zemble 32 degrees Rover above the freezing Point.�?.81. Louis Republic. Sex governor Foraker in Liis message suggested a change in the government cities. Gov. Campbell in his message suggested a change. And now col. Hodge Cleveland has introduced a Bill effecting the government Cleveland that brings out loud lamentations. The Plain dealer says Hodges Bill will make Cleveland a monarchy. We would suggest then that Cleveland be annexed to Canada for she is not reliable m politics too often Republican. A a Bill has been introduced in the in s. Senate providing that tiie government shall loan Money to Farmers at 2 per cent. This should so amended As to include a provision Lor the government to pay up All Back subscriptions country newspapers give each citizen the country a Fuli Coal House at 2 cents per Bushel and fill Aii the larders with Choice provisions. Thi a mend men t May seem absurd to souk readers but it is m line with Many other things that the Republican party has done and purposes doing. It is no More absurd than the Sherman Bounty to the sugar planter the Tariff taxes. The Republic is getting far away from the democratic ideas the fathers and is tast approaching that paternal condition that is the death Knell popular Gazette. Court adjourned to Day a thursday a until feb. 4th, account sickness. The jury is net required to be present until that Date until 9 clock in the morning. Editor times the husband and parents the late mrs. Ii. Foltz desire space in your columns to sincerely thank those friends and neighbors who so nobly aided and sympathized with us during the illness and obsequies the deceased. Or. Bert Brothers express agent at canal Dover died yesterday morning influenza. He married a daughter Henry Brister and leaves a family. Iii death a As unexpected. He was an excellent Young Man and a faithful employee the express company. Rome miscreant has two occasions lowered the electric Light wires near the ground. Surely the person doing so does not know the danger such conduct. Any one coining in Contact with these wires might cause instant death and the person lowering them would have to suffer the penalty causing the death if found out. People should be the Lookout for such Fellows. A Young Man by the name Sproull son Janies Sproull near Stillwater this county was suddenly killed while loading a saw log with horses and chains tuesday. He and two other persons were behind the log pushing while tiie horses were pulling it the Wagon when suddenly the Hook the Chain gave Way letting the log Loose which rolled Back catching him and crushing him to the ground killing him instantly. He was a Model Young Man and will be sadly missed by his family and Many acquaintances. Miss Carrie Roll daughter mrs. Amelia roil and grand daughter . Daniel Fribley died suddenly monday night at the residence her Mother Oldtown Valley. Her face became flushed and feverish and it was thought by some that she was taking the she Laid Down and died within an hour and before medical Aid could arrive. It is now supposed heart trouble ensued causing her sudden death. She was an amiable girl and her sudden demise in the Bloom youth adds great sorrow to the household. She was buried to Day wednesday in new Philadelphia cemetery. Wedding Bells. The cold wave reached Here last thursday evening in Fine shape. It blew a perfect Hurricane while the air was filled with Snow making objects at a Short distance Friday morning was Bright characteristic Winter evening. A Canton dispatch dated Jan. 11th, says mrs. Martin a. Wikidal sister the late Louis Schaefer and Mother the wife District attorney Robt. Shields died Here to Day at the age 76 years. She spent the greater part her life in this City and was Well known All Over the state. Her husband and several children survive her. Fire destroyed a stable belonging to Charles Goettge near port Washington january 17tti. A Little son . Goettge four years old Peri sized in the flames. He was Hunting eggs and it is supposed set the Hay fire with matches thereby cutting off his escape. Mrs. Goettge saw the stable burning but could not save her child. For full particulars see correspondent from port Washington elsewhere in this paper. Here is a swindle which is said to have been worked in Youngstown a pretty Young woman travelled around soliciting ten cent subscriptions to an imaginary foreign missionary society. Each donor is requested to write his name in a Little Book which she carries for that purpose. Beneath the Leaf upon which the name is written is a \ icee tracing paper which transfers the signature to a promissory note. The lady Sells the note for the Benefit the fair Heathen who does the . We learn from the Massillon american last week that a vulcanized exploded with terrific effect in the office . T. J. Phillips dentist while a pressure 202 pounds was and Tore four Large holes in the Wall at the rear the operating chair. The dentist had been in the room just previous to the explosion and examination the wreck proved his escape from serious injury if not death a very narrow one. The office room is a total wreck. Port Washington o., Jan. 17, �?T90. Yesterday afternoon about 3 clock was witnessed the Saddest Accident Ever known in the history port Washington. Little Johnnie four year old son . And mrs. Charles Goettge living in the outskirts town went with his Mother to the stable to Hunt for the eggs while she would feed the after she had thrown Down the Hay she and the child went to the House but Johnnie having lost his chewing gum in the stable went Back to Hunt it and while there it is supposed that set fire to the Hay to see it Burn not knowing the awful danger in which was placing himself. As was inside the stable and the Hay in the door Way Iliad shut off All Means escape being too Small to open the other door which was fastened the inside. Mrs. Goettge seeing the flames but not knowing her child was in there sent Frank Glazer to town for help. Frank had no More thar gotten out sight when mrs. Goettge hearing the cries the child discovered that was in the stable. She immediately called to old Man Buchl and his son who were standing in their Yard not More than 100 feet away for help telling them that her child was burning but they account some former trouble with Goettge refused to give mrs. Goettge then ventured through the flames herself but after burning her hair and eyebrows found that to go was to die with the child. So she came Back telling Johnnie to go to the other door which lie did. Then she and mrs. Adam Glazer tried to burst the door open with an a but being too weak and excited could accomplish nothing. During All this time the fiendish Abuehl stood and watched the distracted women try to Rescue the child. Mrs. Glazer fearing that the men did not understand that the child was in the stable went and told them in the German language. Yet they refused to help but got a ladder and put it their own House and began carrying water to throw their roof which was in no danger at All catching fire. By this time poor Little Johnnie had quit crying and mrs. Goettge had Given up in despair. The father who was at his work the Railroad about one half mile away hurried Home not knowing that there was any More loss than that the stable and cow. When heard that his child was burned up hurried and into the House where his groans anguish were pitiful to hear. The poor distracted Mother walked about in the Yard like one bereft reason crying a no one would help a no one had any mercy me a while her sympathizing neighbors and friends tried to persuade her to go into the House. Plenty help came from town but too late. All that could be done was to put out the flames and get out the charred remains their Only child which was buried next Day. Mrs. Goettge has been especially bereaved during the past year. Last june she left a dying child at Home to attend the funeral her father . Thomas who was killed by the kick a horse. Words fail to express the indignation our citizens towards the Abuehl for the fiendish and murderous nature they showed when asked by a helpless woman to help get a child out a burning building. Either these men could have saved the child and the cow Blit they refused to do it. To Day Abuehl went before l. A. Cornet j. P., and wanted to swear that did not know that the child was in the stable but evidence being against him the Justice refused to swear him. The Community feel very indignant toward the Abuehl. R. N. Ii ill. Lots sick people in this Vicinity. Joseph Campbell the new Yard master will move his family from Columbus to Dennison this week. The pan handle has been smashing lots cars in wrecks lately. The pan handle officials were in Dennison monday. They contemplate making quite extensive improvements in their property Here in the near future. The double track is to be continued from station 15, East. The Tunnel at Bowerston will be enlarged for a double track. The Dennison Yards will be increased considerably. W. H. Stine Foreman m the a a Square shop a is visiting friends in Pittsburgh a a ready a takes a Day off every six months. A party who it is alleged a a scabbed in the a a q stride a has been running an engine the pan handle and last week burned her so badly that 209 stay bolts pulled out. It can readily be imagined that gets Little sympathy from the boys who say they Are glad it. They say a a Jack Hanlon hunted All Over Uhrichsville the other night until 2 clock in the morning looking for a Man named Mcginty. Master car builder Suann moved into his new House East Grant Street last monday. Or. And mrs. J. C. Timmons visited Pittsburg last saturday. It seems Tuscarawas county is not to be represented in governor Campbells administration. Old Tuscarawas wants to pull herself together and give the other Fellows to understand that we Are a very potential Factor in making up democratic majorities and we want to be recognized. We Are pleased to note that our representatives and senator acquitted themselves creditably the senatorial question. Our Republican friends to the contrary nine tenths the people democrats rather the state recognized col. Brice As the leading candidate. Cyrus. Personal mention. Guns at Taylor a hardware store. Senator j. A. Buchanan was at Home Over Sabbath and is looking Well. Mrs. Looper Waynesburg is visiting her son . Battershell in this City this week. _ Hugh Mitchell Chicago is visiting his father . H. K. Mitchell. Hugh is looking we Ell. Dan. Richards after an absence a year in the West returned Here saturday morning last. Mrs. B. Flora went to Washington City monday to be at the bedside her Mother mrs. Mary e. Kail. Bakersville press Chris. Kuenzli new Philadelphia was in this Vicinity last week buying cattle. Or. And mrs. John Fox Uhrichsville were in attendance at the Garret Fox wedding last wednesday evening. Miss Etta Everett a teacher in the Dennison schools spent sunday with . O. Ii. Hoover and wife and other friends. Or. Jas. Ii. Morrow this City spent a few Days in Cleveland last week the guest his Nephew . Jas. Morrow the Cleveland Leader. Or. And mrs. Jesse Baker canal Dover attended the wedding miss Mary Fox sister mrs. Baker and . Garret Tiffin o., last week. Court common pleas. Proceedings. Conotton Valley times . William Law and wife Are guests at her fathers win. Donaldson. They Are accompanied by miss Milor new Philadelphia a relative. Marriage licenses granted. A the leading ladies Home surely no other recommendation than the following list contributors is necessary to convince our readers that in Home papers the housekeeper published Semi monthly at Minneapolis Minnesota is by All Odds the Best. A notes housekeeping a for the november number is made up sketches by mrs. President Harrison mrs. Sex governor Martin mrs. Senator Ingalls mrs. Senator Morgan, Bate mrs. John Sherman mrs. J. Richardson and mrs. Snider. A your current comment a devoted to the scientific social news and artistic topics the Day is filled with matter unsurpassed by Century Scribner a harpers Emily Huntington Miller expresses in an Able article her views woman wage workers. Canadian readers will be particularly interested in judge Mahoneyq a notes annexation professor Bradley compulsory education says a efforts should be made by teachers the Public press and All friends intelligence and Good citizenship to retain pupils in school until they can be really educated and that a Law to enforce attendance should be passed without a not less interesting article is a a Field for Rich women a by Frances a. Shaw. The writer in speaking the Many charitable institutions founded and carried by mrs. Quincy a. Shaw Boston uses this Beautiful sentiment if All endowed with wealth used the gifts Fortune As wisely As she the problems now agitating society and threatening to undermine our social system would be easily solved the great Gulf Between the Rich and poor would be narrower and in place the present Ranfors and jealousies a feeling Mutual respect and Good will would the publishers inform us that a Large Supply similar matter has been arranged for and that the housekeeper will be better than Ever before. The december loth number will be one Quarter larger. If you Are not a subscriber Send ten cents to the publishers and mention our paper and receive the housekeeper for 3 months 6 numbers As a trial regular Price $1.00 per year. G. and Nettie b. Herron. John Thomas and Sarah Reed. Ernest f. Garrett and Mary s. Fox. Peter Eckert and Minnie Krause. . L. Mitchell and Alice a. Hooker. F. Kohler and Mary e. Keffer. A. Kwozalla and Bessie Chadwell. Chases Barley malt whiskey is free from All Trace Verdigris other impurity. Being Rich and nutritious it builds up the feeble and the consumptive. Sold by w. Holland Uhrichsville. Iw4 distilled from the richest malted Barley chases Barley malt whisky is full Nutriment mild and excellent and absolutely pure. A. Bippus amp son sole agents for new Philadelphia. 2w4 for building lots at West end fair Street new Philadelphia near new school House site very cheap Long time mall Cash payments. John a. Himes at. 42tf for Sale trade�?160 acres Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property m near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call the editor the times. Of do your local advertising in the times. Circulation 56 quires one half larger than any other democratic paper in the county. The a a stand up carpet Stretcher a is the most Complete Stretcher Ever offered to the Public. Sold by 52wc Taylor amp co. For and Small tracts Dover Road. Cheap lots easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. A quiet but very interesting social event occurred at the residence mrs. Elizabeth Fox North sixth Street wednesday evening last week. It was the occasion the marriage miss Mary Fox to . E. F. Garrett Tiffin. O. The marriage Efren Ion was to girls troubled with Fellows the sticking plaster variety who done to know enough to go at the proper time the following plan is recommended when you wish to rid yourself a Young Many a presence hand him with your sweetest smile a piece paper and a Pencil and give directions As follows a Mark the paper a Row six ciphers. Draw a straight line downward from the right Side the first cipher upward from the right Side the third and downward from the fifth. The result is . It is important now that persons owning real estate have the same in their own name As the land appraiser will commence his work in March next and the Law compels him to assess All real estate in the name Given him by the auditor the county. If each person owning property will see they have the same in their own name and also see that the full meets and Bounds Are fully set Forth therein they will save themselves and the assessor much annoyance and trouble. The Law sets Forth that any parcel lot land not fully j described by deed plat made by the i county Surveyor the assessor shall cause the same to be surveyed at the expense l the owner. The grave gels tired yawning seemingly for certain wretched invalids who toddle feebly along though always looking As if they were going to die but omitting to do it. They ciry up Wither dwindle away finally but in the meantime never having robust health know nothing physical enjoyment the zest that existence to which they cling with such remarkable they Are always to be found trying to mend by tinkering themselves wit., some trashy remedy tonic a a pick me up a to give a fillip to digestion a help the if such misguided folks would resort and adhere to Hostetter a stomach bitters it would be Well with them. This Superb inv Gorant supplies the stamina that the feeble require by permanently reinforcing digestion aft assimilation. It overcomes nervousness insomnia malaria kidney complaints Billiou Ness constipation rheumatism and neuralgia. 40yl�?52wl jottings from beak ram. Appointments George w Goudy. A a a George w Bowers. S j Albert. Judgment for plaintiff. J m Terrell v Jos p Murphy. A j trader v j s Pyle. We Adams v v j Huprick. Dropped. Louis Carhart v Samuel Swaby. Ruth d Willard v n. Pipe works. Cases continued. Geo w Stoutt v Samuel Swaby. John v Krantz v Samuel Swaby. Augustus Denmead v Geo ii Morgan. Cases dismissed. Woodland Avenue v Union starch co. Clara Lantz v John Lantz. Pm Deis v Edwin Herd. Nancy e Smith v Frank b Smith. Ellen Miles v Alfred ii Burt. We Pritchard v Rosey Pritchard. Susan Wegele v Levi Euck. Nancy Peters v William Peters. James m Young v Jacob Miller. Orin s Welty v Jacob a Horn. Andrew Deis v Central Thompson Huston company. We Reed v James Hill. Defendant to Teleai. Maggie j Swihart v John d Otis. Mary c Stoutt v Curtis Barnett. J k con Well v g Sproull. Martha Meradith v p read. Thomas e Beans v the Tuscarawas Coal co. Walter Lind v Willis r Crater. John l Kennedy v Fred Gilgen. J s Graham v Isaac Kurtz. Plaintiff to plead. Samuel Stetler v we ii Swihart. John w Krimmell v de ii Mcgrew. Samuel Cabel v Margaret Sweney. Valentine Doerschuck v Christian Gerber. F Douthett v John b read. Cases 8ettled. S p Webb v John Lorenz. Simon bairns sons v m e Wells. J f Kaldenbaugh v David Patterson. A m Matlack v f m priest. J f Kughler v we Ellwood. Chas Reynolds v Geo Mott. The grand jury reported the following indictments we. Heins for stabbing and cutting with intent to wound and kill. Geo Moody John Mccurdy Arthur Heck and Joseph Bunch for burglary. Jacob w Edwards for Selling and furnishing minors. Sarah Reed for Selling sunday. A a a a for Selling to a person in the habit getting intoxicated. Sarah Reed for Selling to a minor. Albert m Mccoy. Reported examination eighty witnesses seven Bills found and four ignored. Ohio v Daniel Detree no Bill. Ohio v William cumers no Bill. Ohio v Hannah cumers no till. Ohio v Myrtle Burris certified to probate. Ohio v Joseph Marchbank certified to probate. Probate court.1 real estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds f. Romig. Office in Mcclane Block. 46tf feed cutters at Taylor a hardware store. Iw4 Road carts at Taylor a Complete hardware store. Iw4 brain versus brawn. A new discovery. A child Frank Leggett a broke its . Or. Johnson reduced the fracture. The child is doing Well. A party Given by Harvy rickets at his fathers residence last saturday evening was enjoyed hugely by those who were there. About 35 present. Thomas rickets spent Sabbath at Home the Valley. Miss Meda Finnel Coshocton is visiting at the residence Joseph a. W i Spear. Or. A. Lytle is slowly recovering from a Long illness. Rev. Rose is holding a protracted meeting at Roxford. The Rev. Secrist preached Sabbath evening. Rev. Is very excellent talker. He is the minister the adjoining circuit. Shiirley. Why working men should let the mind Aid the hands. At the present time th6re Are too Many who Endeavor to be successful in other words who get their living by a main strength and this is a direct result the neglect a proper education in Early life. In some cases physical exertion May to necessary to the accomplishment the end Geo b Deardorff to Jacob j Notley lot 4, Dover $140.00. C b Walker to Peter and Ann Hoy one seventh acre Mineral City $837.00. Anna m Wolf to Gotleib Wolf j acre Sandy tp., $1.00. Andrew Lockard to John Gross 4 acres Salem twp., $1,850. J f Smith to Joshua c Harding lot 416, new7 Philadelphia $350.00. F m Mcelhaney to Wendel Egler 2 acres Oxford tp., $53.50. Samuel Blackwell to Harriet m me Millen lot 448, Uhrichsville. Henry Eckert to we ii Barnett jr., acre new Philadelphia $125.00. Geo Fidler to John Shalosky part lot 6, Glasgow $7.00. Jas Riley to Geo Fidler part lot 6, glasgow$26.40. John w Stocksdale to John Lewis $ acre Dennison $1,205. Geo Ickes to Fred Crowley lot 4, new Philadelphia $400.00. A c Peter to John b Banning lot 5, Gnadenhutten $1,100. Samuel House executor to Louisa House lot 70, Gnadenhutten $230.00. Geo ploughman to Levi c grim lot 61, new Philadelphia $1,000. Jos c Shoemaker to we Shurtz lot 28, Newcomerstown $150.00. We f Pfau to Belle Snyder part lots 22, 23 and 24, Bolivar $625.00. C e Holden to Jas a Meagher and c sought but in nine cases out ten this is a simple waste strength through l Yakey lot 4, Mineral City $300.00. Melchor Ott to Jacob Reifenschnei cheap excursion to California performed by Rev. Keys in the presence immediate relatives and a few invited guests at 6 clock. After the usual greeting an i cant supper was served. The couple left that even j ing for a visit with Irien sin the North j _ it Iii part 01 the state and for their fun i a Aji world there is but one cure . Tare Home in Tiffin. The Bride is Haines Golden specific. Good family and a most estimable it can be Given in a cup Tea Young lady possessed a Sweet Tern Coffee without the knowledge the drunkenness liquor habit. Per Ament and All the other womanly qualifications necessary to make a Home Happy. The Groom May Well feel Hon person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic m securing so valuable a Heln 1 wreck. Meet. We Are pleased to note the fact so that . Garret is a very pleasant and accomplished gentleman Well w Orthy the hand mis Fox. He is a prosperous merchant Tiffin and Able to furnish pleasant Home for his Bride. Their matrimonial boat set sail under a Clear sky and we sincerely Hope their voyage May always be pleasant. Thousand drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking their own free will. No harmful effects results from its ministration. Cures guaranteed for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl you have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You May yourself be one the Many who know from personal experience just How Good a thing it is. If you have Ever tried it you Are one its staunch friends because the wonderful thing about it is that when once Given a trial . Kings discovery Ever after holds a place in the House. If you have never used it and should be afflicted with a Couglin cold any Throat lung Chest trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial it is guaranteed every time Money refunded. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller re songs drug store. In Pullman tourist sleeping cars for passengers holding second class tickets to Pacific coast Points which will be run through from Chicago via Omaha to san Francisco without change at any intermediate Point via the Chicago Milwaukee a St. Paul and Union Pacific Shore line Only tie following dates for leaving Chicago Viz january 16 and 30, february 13 and 27, March 13 and 27, april 10 and 24, May 8 and 22. The sleeping car fare from Chicago to san Francisco is but $4.00 per berth and the accommodations Are excellent. For further particulars apply to the nearest Coupon ticket agent address a. V. H. Carpenter Gene a pass. Agent Milwaukee wis. 52tf a salary with expenses paid will come Handy to anyone who is now out and my employment especially where no previous experience is required to get the position. If you want a , see advertisement our fourth Page headed a a a Chance to make found a Ray Street a pocket Book containing a Small sum Money. S owner can have the same by calling j James Reardon proving property and paying for this notice. Notice. The neglect mental training and re mind one the philosophy the proverbial son Erin who while not lacking in wit is not w itty for will invariably attempt to make his muscle do what his mind ought to do at least what it ought to assist in doing. Good judgment is oftentimes More valuable than years experience. Some workmen will not put the least hit calculation into Elmir work and they might work for years putting out All their physical Energy upon the work never for a moment doubting that that is the Only Means accomplishing it. But turn to the proverbial Yankee who is not particularly fond exerting himself physically and who generally contrives to make his mind save his body and quite a difference is noticed. Instead hammering straining and doing the work himself deliberately sits Down to a figure out some device for accomplishing the same result. If a difficult task presents itself where apparently considerable muscle is required looks the thing Over and generally contrives some Means doing it without a putting his shoulder to the in other words lets Bis mind help his hands. Here is just where the intelligent and thoughtful Workman has the advantage the illiterate and ignorant and is the reason Why we find so Many really Good workmen so far As physical Force is concerned plodding along earning barely enough to support themselves. Or acres Jefferson $150.00. A f Baxter to win s Lyons 20 11-34 Square Yards Newcomerstown $135.00. Mary Vail to c d Carns lot 13, new Cumberland. L w Strong to John t Stone lot 9, Valley City $540.00. John b Mathias to Jos s Helmick 25 acres York tp., $1,000. To la a a first slip. Perhaps you Are run Down tank to eat can to think can to do anything to your satisfaction and you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning you Are taking the first step into nervous prostration. You need a nerve tonic and in electric bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its Normal healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use this it at nerve tonic and alterative. Your appetite returns Good digestion is restored and the liver and kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 50c., at f. C. Miller a songs drug store. For Sale. All persons indebted to the late firm j. Burry a son will please Call for settlement. Oof j. Burry a son. \ at american it cultivate their mint labor Between the suiting in a More both and rendering skillful and these workmen. Let your mini hot you will find your a Hannor and your k men need is to is and equalize the min i and body re perfect condition their services More valuable la my hands and a your life n Gen rally Ork Tui condition go much improved. A Worcester mass practical Mechanic. 30 acres first class Plain and River Bottom land with Lair buildings near new Philadelphia and several Small tract adjoining City. F. Romig 4-w4. Mclean Block. Houses for Sale. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices Rangi from $500 to $8000. Enquire at time office. A Totice is hereby Given that the Fol lowing accounts and vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been tiled in the office the judge the probate court Tuscarawas county o., and will be for hearing saturday feb. 1st, 1890, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed final account and vouchers John Linard executor the will David w. Kennedy deceased. Final account and vouchers John c. Dessecker executor the will John m. Dessecker deceased. First account and vouchers Fanny s. Vinton Joseph m. Stoutt and Alvin Vinton administrators the estate Alvin Vinton sr., deceased final account and vouchers Henry Leister executor the will John Leister deceased. Final account and vouchers Mary e. Burchfield administer matrix the estate Charles w. Burchfield a. Final account and vouchers John w. Fackler administrator the estate Charles Buss deceased. Final account and vouchers Peter Gross administrator the estate Sophia Hare deceased. Final account and voucher John w. Gardner guardian Eliza e. Reddick formerly Eliza e. Gardner. First account and vouchers Samuel Fankhauser guardian William h., Mary a., Samuel Lenora e. And Emily c. Fankhauser. First account and vouchers Adam Kramer guardian Cecilia Ginther. First account and vouchers Susan Crow administrator the estate Caldwell Crow a. Final account and vouchers Jacob n. Mast guardian James a. Barr. Final account and vouchers Robert l. Morris administrator with the will annexed the estate Phoebe a. Fawcett a. First account and vouchers John Andreas guardian Louisa Elizabeth and Minnie Wenger. Final account and vouchers Samuel Vogel trustee the estate Mary e. Blatter under the will Elizabeth Vogel a. Fourth account and vouchers William Mizer guardian Joseph Vanostran. Final account and vouchers Christian Winkler guardian Edward putt. First account and vouchers Robert Carruthers executor the will Israel Berkshire a. Final account and vouchers David Strawn executor the will James e. R. Strawn a. Final account and vouchers William n. Sweaney Assignee Joseph Snell Baker. First account and vouchers Solomon Mercer Assignee the estate Luella s. Cunningham. Final account and vouchers Christian Roth guardian Albert Roth. Third account and vouchers Henry w. Kerch guardian Lewis B. Kerch. First account and vouchers Lena Balder administer matrix the estate Frederick Bahler a. Second account and vouchers John Hagloch guardian Henry Stah Lecker an insane person. Final account and vouchers Hiram Angel administrator the estate Peter Porcher a. First account and vouchers John g. Neumann Assignee the estate Philip Heid. First account and vouchers Gottlieb Spahr guardian Robert e. Sphar. Final account and vouchers William Lab administrator de Bonis non with the will annexed the estate Augustus lab a. Final account and vouchers Henry Ciiab administrator with the will annexed the estate Frederick Baab a. Final account and vouchers Philip Mccue administrator the estate Sarah Mccue a. Final account and vouchers John s. Graham executor tiie will Sarah j. Kurtz a. Second account and vouchers Eli Van Lehn administrator the estate Ojohn Knaus a and final account and vouchers Daniel m. Kinsey a late administrator the estate John Knaus Das rendered by Eli Van Lehn surviving administrator. Final account and vouchers Francis m. Galbraith guardian Andrew j. Mccue. Final account and voucher John Kempf administrator the estate Caroline Kempf a. Second account and vouchers Isabel Jones guardian Amo Jessie Jones. Final account and vouchers Jacob Hobart guardian Jacob f. Hit. First account and vouchers Catharine Grossarth executrix the will Philip p. Grossarth a. First account and vouchers John Anderegg guardian Sophia e. Blaser. First account and vouchers Valentine Wenz guardian William w. Sharp. Final account and vouchers j. Frank Greene Assine John Niederhauser. First account and vouchers Eliza j. Sisson and John ii. Tomer executors the will John c. Sisson a. Final account and vouchers John b. Read guardian Andrew j. Read. Final account and vouchers Minerva l. Link executrix the will Peter s. Link Ieca a. Cond account and vouchers Belinda Coffey executrix the will William Coffey a. Fir to account and vouchers Silas w. Lappin one the executors the will Israel s. Lappin a. Final account and vouchers Ursula m. Hill guardian Edward e. And Lilly u. Hill. Final account and vouchers Samuel w. Walter executor the will Samuel House a. Final account and vouchers Anna c. Flickenger formerly Anna c. Campbell now deceased late administer matrix the estate Austin r. Campbell deceased a rendered by Thomas ii. Wilson administrator the estate Anna c. Flickenger d cd. First account and vouchers John ii. Bell guardian Thomas n. And Anderson Mcadoo. Final account and vouchers Alonza Johnson administrator the estate Nelson Johnson a. Final account and vouchers Golf Spahr guardian Norman p. Spahr. J. W. Year Ley probate judge. Jan a. 7th, 1890

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