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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 24, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published eve by thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Taus posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. $.1 00 $ 2 my $ 3 00 it 5 00 three inches. 2 00 it 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday january �?~24, 1889. Number 5. Business directory. John w. Nixon m. 1 physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl t Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building South Broadway. Residence two doors South c a 1�?T depot. 49 prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. 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 House North Broadway. 47yl j Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. J Ose Pii p. Murphy a livery amp feed stable Phillips Burgh. Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 25. 44m6 Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6y2 executors notice. Tub undersigned is the legally a appointed and duly qualified executor the last will and testament j Acob Opp late Tuscarawas county deceased. All persons interested will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. John a Kennedy executor. January 17,1889. 5w3 Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 100 a 10$ water St., Cleveland. P. H. Babcock ii. Huri it jr., Charles Babcock 11. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma Aud Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 24yl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. 11. T. My no is proprietor. The House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection wit i the House. 45yl t. W. Mcdermott d. Y. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. Office Over a drug store new Philadelphia. Ohio 4yl steam engines boilers and machinery. Engines and boilers for Mill shop farm in every size and style desired and to suit every purpose. Saw Mills and Wood v orking machinery grist and feed Mills shafting pulleys belting and Mill supplies. Also a Large lot Good second hand engines and other machinery very cheap. 11armes machine depot 97 k 99 first ave., Pittsburgh a. 48yl Money to loan first mortgage farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three More and for sums $1,000 and upwards. Privilege making partial payments $100 More Loans granted and Extension time Given when interest is kept up promptly. No commission and no charges for recording mortgages. For further particulars and information address we. Ii. Ross Gene a agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. 42m6 october 11. 1888. Co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Rev. J a magnificent daily train service a a the Montana express a will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana for maps and general information inquire your own ticket I. Whitney Gene a Pas. And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. 33 for about six years the Eastern railway France has used Spring traces horses employed in shifting freight cars. The cars Start without Jerk with less fatigue to the horses and less injury to the harness than before. Spain furnishes nearly a third the worlds production Lead. The deposits Are extremely numerous and the Ore is exceptional purity. He Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday january s4f 1x8j. Lummel Block second floor East in Ifju St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 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 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the times. The Indiana legislature is working a Bill looking to the Reform the ballot. Indiana was so corrupted by Quay and Dudley at the last election that the democrats will make it almost impossible to repeat the outrage. The Only preparation required for the polling place is a guard rail within and without the building and live closets Booths each containing shelf where the voter retires to stamp his ticket at the names the candidates lie wishes to vote for. The Bill provides for election precincts containing not More than 200 electors makes it compulsory upon boards county commissioners to keep precincts within this limit imposes penalties for their failure to discharge their duty and authorizes any elector in their jurisdiction to begin mandamus proceedings against them in the event such failure. It provides for the printing and distribution All tickets by the state and county authorities and the honest and faithful discharge this duty is safeguarded in every possible Way. 11 provides for the representation the two leading political parties by persons their own choosing upon the boards to which the important duty is confined and also upon All election boards. It provides for the strict seclusion the elector while in the act casting his ballot and contains provisions by virtue which the illiterate elector May vote As lie desires while fully protected in the secrecy his ballot. It provides that no person except the voter and officers in the discharge their duty shall come within fifty feet the polling place during ail election. It provides for a system challenges which considering the size the precincts will make illegal voting extremely difficult if not impossible while the keeping out Legal votes will be perhaps equally difficult. It provides for the destruction All tickets that Are not protested As soon As the count is completed and the proper records made and attested. Doings the week. The flouring Mill Trust has planted its ungodly fangs in Tuscarawas county. Some the Mills Are shut Down to shrink the production Lour. An Effort is being made by this immense Trust All Over the United states to raise the Price hour and lower the Price wheat. Farmers what do you think it the Ohio legislature should pass a Law this Winter to severely punish any one who joins such combinations to control the prices the necessaries life. If the representatives Ohio want to immortalize themselves by doing something for their constituents they will push this matter and pass a Law adequate to the necessity. We do not want any Chicken hearted men to represent us men who can be bought. The democracy Tuscarawas county should exact a pledge from the two nominees at the coining convention to Battle against the trusts and especially the milling Trust. The times will not support a nominee who is in sympathy with trusts who is not willing to oppose them and every citizen who is robbed by the Trust should be out spoken in this matter. It is High time the masses should be recognized in the legislative Halls. Our present representatives will Confer a lasting favor their constituency by waging War trusts this Winter. Let us have a government the people and for the people. _ manufacturers Are opposed to senator Sherman a proposed amendment to the Wool schedule. They claim it will ruin their Industry and that As against this amendment they work for free Wool. The task satisfying the High protectionists is giving the republicans the Senate much trouble. The manufacturer wants Protection the imported manufactured goods and wants cheap raw material while the Wool grower wants his Protection. Why not adopt the Republican policy the sugar product and put Wool the free list and pay a Bounty to the Wool grower sufficient amount to even him up with the present Tariff. One is about As Good policy As the other. The republicans started out with the determination putting sugar the free list. They soon found they had caught a Bair by the Tail and wanted some help to let go it. When they thought they were going to punish the South they heard from Kansas and the West and in order to manage their Western Brethren and keep them in the party lines they then proposed the Bounty sugar. But the a a Bairn gets a share the sweetmeats too. This is chasing the Devil around the stump to perfection. Senator Mortley Coshocton has introduced a Bill to reduce Railroad fare from three cents per mile to two cents except roads whose Gross annual earnings within the state Are less than $3,500 per mile. Such roads May still charge three cents per mile. This is a step in the interest the people and should become a Law. We Hope our worthy senators from this District wiil fight hard to pass the Bill. Alliance deals harshly with its Saloon keepers. Two were fined $200 and another $500, and All sentenced to the Cleveland workhouse. One Robert Joyce is playing the insanity Dodge to escape the workhouse. Two Pinkerton detectives worked up the cases. One played the role a sewing machine agent and the other As an insurance adjuster. A iss Pearl Dearborn will entertain at Tea a few her Little schoolmates this week. Mrs Jessie Thornburg who has been quite ill with Erysipelas is rapidly recovering. Or. J. A. Buchanan is said to be improving and Hopes Are entertained for his recovery. Or. And mrs. Or. Vail entertained some their friends at Tea wednesday evening last. _ a iss a Yrtle Stoody gave a very pleasant party to a number her Young friends saturday. A ventilator whereby foul air can have an exit has been placed in the ceiling the court room. R. T. Horning and wife gave a drive whist party in Honor de Brown and wife Friday evening last. Auditor Kinsey slipped and fell part Way Down the stairs at his residence thursday morning dislocating his left thumb. Or and mrs Oliver Knisely had a family reunion at their Home last Friday evening. It was enjoyed by All who were Able to attend. There is a project foot to build a Bridge Over the Ohio River at East Liverpool to bring in the country Trade across the River. The Little nine months old daughter . And mrs. Up Legraff Stella died lung fever Friday morning and was buried Sabbath afternoon. Mrs. Edward Sargent has been quite ill congestion the brain which has made her deaf for the time being her condition is now More favourable. Or. Salm will Nia a his next visit to new Philadelphia feb. 5th. Consultation free. Done to forget to Call him at the Exchange hotel. Chronic troubles successfully treated. Subscribers remitting for the times by registered letter Money order postal note draft must pay the expense the same. We must have one Dollar net for the paper. It is suggested that sounds too High for our ears would be recorded by the phonograph and might be made audible by reproducing at a lower Speed the instrument. Or. Louis Welty and sister Kate will entertain thursday evening at their Home West Ray St., about one Hundred their Young friends. Dancing will be the amusement. Or. Peter Goeler and Fred Klar Shanesville gave our Sanctum a Call wednesday and renewed their subscription to the times. We learn from . Goeler that he will again make the race for sheriff. Canal Dover. Or. And mrs. Or. Mclean celebrated their wooden wedding anniversary at the Exchange hotel thursday night last. A grand reception was Given. They were the recipients Many Nice presents appropriate to the occasion. Farmers Jefferson township will please take notice to at we will run our chopping Mill every tuesday each week. Your patronage is solicited. Yours respectfully 5w3 Brown amp Regula. The Microscope is usually supposed to have been invented in 1621 by Cornelius Rebbel a dutchman but m. Govi has found an old Book published in 1610, which proves that Galileo must have originated this instrument As Well As the Telescope. Galileo himself seems to have referred to the Microscope in 1614. Joshua grim met with a singular Accident saturday last. While in a stooping position feeding his cow she gave a shake the head when one her horns caught . Grim the Chin slitting it for about two inches up into the Cheek. Or. Parks was called who put in several stitches and bandaged the wound. A company has been formed in Cambridge o., known As the woolly electric company for the purpose manufacturing the electric sewing machine. This is a new invention in the sewing machine line. The motor and electric parts the machine Are to be manufactured at Cambridge and the head part will be made at Hartford Conn. The Senate passed a Bill to admit South Dakota As a state and it was presented to the lower House. There it had an amendment tacked providing for two Dakota states and three others. The Bill As amended passed the House by a strict party vote and was sent Back to the Senate. Of course the Republican Senate will not pass it. They will fix up the territories to suit themselves when the next Congress in which both houses will be Republican meets. Steubenville people have the Railroad fever just now. An Effort is being made to build a line from Steubenville to Portland the w. Amp l. E., in other words to extend that Road up the River to Steubenville. The business men Are in great Earnest and there is no doubt that the Extension will be made. But very few towns in a civilized country will invoke the Powers the Law by Way injunction against such improvements simply because it would add a few dollars tax for a few years. New Philadelphia unfortunately prefers the seclusion the a a night owl a to a live business activity. The coming year will witness the departure Many from our town if the old regime is carried out. Let us make a More determined Effort to push our town Forward the coming Spring. Peter Renner this place has been lying at deaths door for some time with Little no Prospect recovery. Jac. Burtscher who was the sick list for some time past is up and about again. W. H. Vorherr heretofore reported sick dropsy died last week and was buried sunday last. An autopsy was held and cause death found to be liver trouble. The funeral was largely attended but the exercises held plainly demonstrated that there can be too much a Good thing. The k. Of p. Went through with their ceremony first. Next the German workingmen a society performed their burial ceremony. Then the Harmonie society Sang an appropriate song and last but not least the burial service the German lutheran Church was repeated. During All this time it was trying to rain and Snow at the same time. Quot match Burkel who was bound Over by mayor Mitchell for shooting with intent to kill was discharged by the grand jury the ground self defense. We Are glad for the Sake his Mother who is a most estimable lady and from what we can learn the transaction we regard the decision As about right although Burkel was somewhat rash at several times during the quarrel leading up to the shooting and probably could have avoided some the trouble in the beginning. The Man Lloyd who assaulted the Burkeland then with the kind permission marshal Geib went to visit his Uncle was in town a whole Day last week. The Story runs that Geib went up and asked mrs. Lloyd whether he Lloyd was at Home and she said no then Geib turned around and went away a kind a social Call you know the Iron Valley reporter was More eagerly sought last week than for some time past not because its opinion is so much importance but to see in what Way Scott would dish up the Burkel Lloyd trouble. The report shows Lack investigation but the most conspicuous part is the Way he lets the marshal Down. The statement that in the excitement the marshal forgot to properly lock the cell door is funny to contemplate. Burkel was arrested by Keyser before Lloyd was taken to the Village prison by Geib and there were no others to arrest and if Geib is that excitable he should resign at once. Had Goodman been the marshal the reporter Man would have jumped to him with four feet As lie would have been justified in doing but it makes quite a difference Quot whose is the writer heard Geib say that he had put Lloyd in the cell and locked Lam up just As he does every prisoner. If that is True then some one who had a key let him out and As there is but one key to the cell and Geib has that one the conclusion inevitably follows that Geib either left his key Lay around carelessly that he afterwards unlocked the door himself either his own Accord at the instigation some one else. We believe the truth to be that Geib was influenced to leave Lloyd outside the cell with the Promise that he would not attempt to escape and that now that the trouble has come Geib is left to shoulder the whole blame. The More we think about the matter the More we Are convinced that there is something radically wrong and should be thoroughly investigated. Let some one Rise and explain. Grafton. A narrow escape. Personal mention. Saturday afternoon several persons narrowly escaped being crushed to death in a falling building. Or. Simon Beck is the owner the two Story Brick building adjoining the Gilsey House. He had a Crew four five men at work excavating and digging the cellar deeper and it seems they had dug too close to the Center Wall considering the Sandy foundation. The premises were occupied by Charles Angel As a dwelling Saloon and restaurant. The men had returned after dinner and were sitting in the Saloon part. Or. Angel was eating his dinner and mrs. Angel was in the front room up stairs rocking the baby. The building began to crack and fortunately too gave sufficient warning to the inmates to get out. Or. Angel the hired girl and his Little daughter ran out the front Way through the restaurant and the men in the Saloon ran out the front Way the Saloon and All parties the lower Lionor barely escaped As the building collapsed. One person was hit with a Brick but not seriously injured. Mrs. Angel who was caring for the babe second floor grabbed her baby and ran toward the rear end the building beyond the part that fell in and thus narrowly escaped being carried Down in the debris. The bar and restaurant was completely the furniture and Organ was carried Down and the greater portion destroyed. Two stoves with fire in them went Down in the wreck and to prevent a fire the fire company was called out. All was confusion for a while until it was Learned that no one was Hurt. The roof the building remained intact but about thirty feet the building fell in rendering it almost worthless. The damage to the building will be four five Hundred dollars for . Beck. Or. Angelus loss will be As much More. Or. Beck says he will make the loss Good to . Angel. It is quite unfortunate to both them by Way loss but very fortunate in the escape from death and bodily injury. Public installation. Stanley ditto Cleveland is visiting friends John Allen Radebaugh visited in Lancaster last week. M. J. Walsh Dayton was in this City business last week. A iss Marne Beatty Massillon is the guest miss Lou Savidge. W ii Smith and family Uhrichsville were in the City last week. Or Joe Krantz canal Dover was among our City visitors last week. Or. B. Niedenthal Strasburg was the guest G. Newman last week. Miss Clara Jay from Findlay is visiting her Friend Madge Zellner this City. Misses Joe Reiss and Carrie Gaiser Dover visited in our City the past few Days. Or. Charles Axx is visiting at the residence Hosea Fisher near canal Dover. Miss Jennie Estep Cadiz attended the Blickens Derfert Patrick wedding last thursday. Miss Minnie Spence return neck Home saturday after a delightful visit with friends in Scio. Airs. Or. Charles Gentsch Cleveland is visiting her parents . And mrs. Thomas Dixon. A iss Lizzie Cox Dover was the guest misses Carrie Houpt and Emma Snyder last week. A iss Laura Keyes after a prolonged visit with her grandma is now at her Home at the a. Parsonage. Miss Margaret a Greer and miss Emma a Elson Magnolia visited miss Helen Barnhill last week. Or and a is Clarence Kreider spent Sabbath with and mrs Thomas Dixon and family East High Street. Miss Sadie Smith from newcomers town is spending a few weeks with her sister mrs j f Wilkin North Broadway. Mrs. Lizzie Bernes Kenton Niece mrs. Alfred Bailey is visiting at the residence the latter in this misses Nano Booth and Gertrude Spence Are the guests a iss Winnie Smith this week and will return Home tuesday. Cd. Laughead new Philadelphia was in town two three Days last week tuning the pianos out times. Miss Mary Barnet who has been living with . And mrs. Alfred Bailey has gone to make her Home with George Barnet Canton Miss Nellie keel from Bolivar a former Wooster student is spending the week with her school Friend Laura Kennedy North Broadway. Or and mrs de Arnold Massillon were among the guests who attended the whist party Given by and mrs Ralph Horning last Friday evening. Editor Hosick the Mineral Pointer gave our Sanctum a Call tuesday. He is a plucky editor and Lias built up quite an interesting newspaper Plant. The officers Schoenbrun Lodge no. 430, 1. O. O. F., were publicly installed monday evening by grand master Zay Findlay As follows n. . Olmstead. V. N. rank Zellner. Secretary i. Wilkins. Permanent Secretary Henry Gintz. Treasurer a. Senhauser. The Beautiful and impressive ceremonies were witnessed by a Large number people and the Hall was tastefully decorated with emblems the order. After installation about two Hundred guests partook a sumptuous banquet elegantly served at the Gilsey House. A dance at Eagle Hall in which Many participated closed the evenings entertainment so greatly enjoyed by those present. Or. And mrs. I. Ii. Harmon new Philadelphia Are visiting in town this week. They Are the guests . J. J. Roby West Market Leesville times. Or Helms the gentleman who Lias been visiting Linn in this City and who has been quite ill while Here is we Are pleased to learn much improved in health. Or George Welty after a very pleasant visit with his brother f Welty this City left for his Home in Liana where he is engaged in the insurance business for the Ohio Farmer co. Charley Nagel a the Champion planning Mills this City left Tor Columbus monday morning where he joined the Lumberman a association for a ten Days excursion through the extensive lumber Fields Michigan. The lost our correspondents. Fro 1> in Nison. Scientific miscellany. Editor times judge Pearce spent a couple hours in Dennison last week while his Way to Cadiz. Mrs. Street wife master Mechanic Street is very ill with typhoid pneumonia. Mrs. Michael Wright was buried in the Catholic cemetery last Friday. We noticed brother Gould Dover was in town monday last week. It is reported that Dennison will have a candidate for legislative honors and Uli Richville has a candidate who thinks Friend Bowers shoe would about fit him. The rest have not been heard from. There is going to be a pretty Little fight Down this Way for the Dennison and Rii Richville Post office. The municipal election next Spring promises to be warm. The Issue will be Quot local there will be an Effort to elect an anti local option Council. The water works contractors have completed their contract and have made a Complete Success. The Reservoir will hold three Millon Gallons and the water pressure in Dennison is 135 pounds to the Square Inch. Or. P. Moran Pittsburgh the contractor left last thursday for his Home and Many friends bid him a reluctant Good Bye. Len Briggs after an absence six months is again registering guests at the hotel Bovey. Quot Nollies Len. Owing to ill health . M. Moody chief clerk in the master mechanics office is compelled to take a vacation. He contemplates a trip to Florida. W. Loller will fill his place during his absence. J. L. Mason stenographer in the Railroad office is visiting in Dayton. A tumor u i Lea Ninos. Miss Selma Murphy Kilgore is visiting friends and relatives in this Vicinity. The protracted meeting at West Union continues with increasing interest. Postal clerk Fowler was Home for a few Days last week. Rev. Sherman will commence a series meetings at the m. P. Church the coming sunday. W. M. Arnold has secured a position As news agent Pennsylvania lines Between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh and left last week to report for duty. John Millikin Gnadenhutten is helping our Saddler a. M. Hiller out the Rush work. John w. Hillen goes to Newark to marrow to Purchase a new engine for his Mill. John ii. Lanning starts to Day a trip to Columbiana county pleasure and business combined. Theo. Morris starts to Troy o., to Day with his Clydesdale stallion which he has traded to parties there for a Cleveland Bay and an English Shire stallion Pickwick. For Salt. A Good second hand Phaeton cheap. Enquire at times office. 5w3 from Sumali Creek. John Burns was one the first men to Volunteer in co. I thirteenth it. V. A at Cadiz after the Call for troops issued by president Lincoln in april 1861. This was the first company raised at Cadiz and we believe lie was the first to sign. He was a Large muscular Man we believe a tailor by Trade. He served through the War and was mustered out in Galveston Texas. Shortly after he gambled with Charley Leslie another Cadiz Man a member the same company and this is All the information his relatives have had concerning him until a few Days ago As he seemed to have disappeared from the face the Earth. Charles Leslie was accused his murder As Burns was last seen in his company and his wife and two children mourned him As dead. Now the mayor Cadiz received a letter from Galveston Texas requesting him to have John Burns come immediately to that City As his father Long thought As dead was not expected to live Long and that he had valuable papers to give to his son. His widow course counted him As dead but when she re married about thirteen years afterwards to George Greer a Brick Mason formerly Steubenville the doubt As to Burns death was expressed but there was no apparent foundation for the doubt and no one objected to the marriage. Greer and his wife moved from Cadiz to Cambridge and mrs. Greer is still living there but we Are under the impression that Greer is dead. The Charley Leslie spoken has not been heard for Many years. He was the son Frank Leslie at one time a hotel keeper in Gazette. An improbable Metal. The Alloy known As Delta Metal which was patented some five six probate court. Notice is hereby Given that the follow ing accounts and vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed in the office years ago by Alexander Dick a Dane 0f the judge the probate court is simply brass with a Large percent Tuscarawas county Ohio and will be age Zinc and a very Small Quantity Iron some similar Metal like manganese aluminium. In the proportion sixty parts Copper to forty parts Zinc with a few hundredths other Metal the Alloy is stated to be a most interesting product account the readiness with which it May be forged and stamped at red heat its steel like strength and toughness its Inalle ability in the atmosphere and its Low Cost said to to not greater than that Ordinary brass. The fact that these remarkable properties now so Long known have not led to More general use is explained by the difficulty melting the mixture without loss the Zinc which is Volatilized at about the fusing temperature the Alloy and is also rapidly oxidized in the air. Nowark a Obi in Mobabi i i t in. Received too late for last week. Mrs. B. Baker who has been seriously ill is convalescing. J. Burkhalter is visiting his son i. Ii., it. Vernon. J. J. Ilo Hstetler our Blacksmith has i taken unto himself a wife the Bride i being miss Lydia Troyer. Few indeed were they who realized that his estimable Bride were so soon to link their destinies. May heavens choicest blessings and Earth a greatest Prosperity Crown them As husband and wife. The protracted meetings at Union Hill Clinich still continues and acres j Sions to the Church Are expected. Miss Naomi Dietz Massillon is visiting friends at this place. Levi Ilo Hstetler and wife wore the guests a. Ilo Hstetler but took the evening train for Baltic. B. J. Ilo Hstetler and George leaven Good attended the Ohio Farmer insurance meeting at Medina and report i having a pleasant time. X. J til f in awol r action. Wisdom Tai Pennsylvania lines in a i ranging for that Raltie to Washington. The number visitors to Washington for the inauguration president-elect-11 Arrison is expected to exceed the number in attendance at any similar previous event. The great railway companies whose lines Lead into Washington Are viewing with each other in preparing for the enormous traffic. The Pennsylvania system owns Over two thousand passenger coaches More than any other railway system in the country and the requisite number locomotives for to Weir movement. This extensive equipment together with Pullman Vestibule sleeping and parlor cars will be at the service the pilgrims to the capital. The prompt movement Tho Pennsylvania trains is ensured by the excellent Road bed and precision the methods operation. The Pennsylvania lines propose to accommodate their patrons by Selling excursion tickets at cheap rates and running trains in safety and time through from All principal Points. The inaugural committee Public Comfort has made preparation for the accommodation half a million visitors during the ceremonies and there is no question Itiat people will fare Well by placing themselves in the hands this committee. For full information write make personal application to the nearest passenger ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines. It will be Well to remember that the spacious depot the Pennsylvania lines in Washington is just off Pennsylvania Avenue almost within a stones throw the Capitol and near All places interest. The Pennsylvania Road its Way to Washington leads through the famous and Ever Beautiful scenery the Allegheny mountains. Great possibilities lie in the Well known sensitiveness to slight influences possessed by Many plants and it was but natural to suspect such vegetation some weather indicating capabilities. Quite astonishing however Are the results lately recorded by . J. Now ack an austrian chemist after three years study a sensitive Plant from the tropics. The leaves this Plant Are in pairs opposite sides the Stem and with varying atmospheric conditions they describe Many different angles and curves from which rain fair Clearing weather increasing decreasing cloudiness coming thunderstorms earthquakes winds and even their Force and direction As Well As rising and falling temperature have been predicted with surprising accuracy for at least two Days in Advance. Prof Weiss Prague has traced this sensitiveness to a hitherto unknown substance Iii the cells the upper Side the leaves. A script paper saves ller life. It was just an Ordinary scrap wrapping paper but it saved her life. She was in the last stage consumption told by physicians that she was incurable and could live Only a Short time she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece wrapping paper she read . Kings new discovery and got a Sample bottle it helped Iier she bought a Large bottle it helped her More bought another and grew better fast continued its use and is now Strong healthy Rosy plump weighing 140 pounds. For Fuller particulars Send stamp to w. Ii. Cole druggist fort Smith. Trial bottles this wonderful discovery free at C. Miller a son drug store. Dupe pay. This is what you ought to have in fact you must have it to fully enjoy life. Thousands Are searching for it daily and mourning because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands dollars Are spent annually by our people in the Hope that they May attain this Boon. And yet it May be had by All. We guarantee that electric bitters if used according to directions and the use persisted in will bring you Good digestion and oust the Demon dyspepsia and install instead Eup Epsy. We recommend electric bitters for dyspepsia and All diseases liver stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. And $1.00 per bottle by C. Miller a son druggist. From Rush township. James Hiller is Home a visit from Nebraska. Or. Buffington is visiting relatives Here. Col. Mahaffy Lias returned from a visit to Marion county. Rev. Williams has been holding a series successful meetings at Kennedy a and Rev. Baker at Rush Chapel. Mother Snyder died last thursday and was lined at Rush the 19th. The infant daughter Yal. Orr has been very sick. Lucy Evans Lias been visiting in this Vicinity. W. Varieties Maize. There Are according to Rev. Geo. Henslowe More than 100 varieties Maize which differ among themselves More than those any other Cereal. Some come to maturity in two months others require seven. Some Are As Many feet High As others Are inches. Some have kernels eleven times larger than others. They vary similarly in shape and size ears color the Grain and also in physical and chemical composition. Strange but trim. I have been under . Salmi a treatment for deafness the past two months. I was very hard hearing and for the time 1 have been under treatment i have improved to a remarkable degree so much so that i can hear almost As Well As Ever and am still improving. I cannot recommend the doctor too highly. Mary Wilmoth 74 years old. Kenton Ohio dec. 24, 1888. 4w4 interested people. Advertising a Patent Medicine in the Peculiar Way in which the proprietor Kempis Balsam for coughs and colds does it is indeed wonderful. He authorizes All druggists to give those who Call for it a Sample bottle free that they May try it before purchasing. The Large bottles Are 50 cents and a. We certainly would advise a trial. It May save you from consumption. News about to n. It is the current report about town that Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who Are troubled with coughs sore Throat asthma bronchitis and consumption. It is guaranteed to relieve and cure. The Large bottles 50 cents and $1. For hearing saturday febuary 16th, 1889, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed final account and vouchers Samuel Brown guardian Charles Brown. Final account and vouchers Michael Denzer administrator the estate Christian Denzer deceased. First account and vouchers Henry Porter guardian Amanda Narg Ney. Final account and vouchers Solomon p. Miller administrator the estate Andrew Shrock deceased. Second account and vouchers Henry ii. Porter administrator the estate Caroline Miskimins deceased. Sixth account and vouchers Charles p. Minnich one the executors the will John Minnich deceased. Final account and vouchers Christian Deis administrator the estate Rosanna Herbold deceased. First account and vouchers Frederick Glauser executor the will Christina Wenger deceased. Third account and vouchers Henry l. Custer guardian Cora May and Jesse Winspear. Final account and vouchers Hannah m. Shearer guardian Oren p. Shearer. Fourth account and vouchers John Linard executor the will David w. Kennedy deceased. Second account and vouchers Gearge w. Forney executor the will Jacob bleed deceased. First account and vouchers Philip Shafer executor the will Egidius a decease d. Art vouchers Franz b tier. Guardian Emma Baker. Third account and vouchers Samuel Rufer guardian Sarah j., Florence a. And Flora a. Welch. Fourth account and vouchers Joseph Hoopen Carner executor t he will Francis putt deceased. Fourth account and vouchers John Maclian and Robert Machan executors the will Samuel Machan deceased. Final account and vouchers Thomas n. Mills administrator Anna a Alli iian deceased. Final account and vouchers David Ervin guardian Robert g. Truman. First account and vouchers Jasper ii. Mitchell Assignee Ananias Harper. Second account and vouchers Henry l. Custer administrator de Bonis non with the will annexed the estate William Welch deceased. Second account and vouchers Jasper ii. Mitchell administrator the estate Lydia a. Burchfield deceased. Eighth account and vouchers Nicholas Frank guardian Anastasia Hoover an insane person. Final account and vouchers Philip a. Garver administrator the estate Henry Fansler deceased. Second account and vouchers Moses a. Yoder administrator the estate Jacob Miller deceased. Third account and vouchers Henrietta Zimmerman trustee the heirs Mary Waddigton deceased under the will Henry Zimmerman deceased. Final account and vouchers Samuel Moore administrator the estate Henry Taylor deceased. Third account and vouchers Jacob Volm guardian Charles l. Yelm. Final account and vouchers Samuel Schneiter guardian Flora Abbuhl. Final account and vouchers Jacob Yelm guardian Mary k. And John Yelm. Second account and vouchers John a. Hostetler Assignee Jacob muck Ley. First account and vouchers John a. Burris administrator the estate Richard neighbor deceased. Second account and vouchers William ii. Romig and George w. Tape executors the will Henry Romig deceased. Final account and vouchers Susan Fleck administer matrix the estate John m. Heck deceased. First account and vouchers John w. Goudy guardian Laura a., John a. And Catharine s. Yarner. Sixth account and vouchers Matthias Delong executor the will Jesse Delong deceased. First account and vouchers Belinda Coffey executrix the will William Coffey deceased. Fifth account and vouchers to secs i. Ilo Hstetler administrator the estate Isaac Penrod deceased. Final account and vouchers l. A. Cornet Assignee John a. Roenbaugh. Final account and vouchers Philip a. Carner and k. Kapuzky executors the will John Fulk deceased. First account and vouchers Albert Blickens Derfer guardian William ii. Bigler. Final account and vouchers Oliver Hoover executor the will la Vina Cordrey deceased. Final account and vouchers John Milone administrator the estate William Thompson deceased. Ninth account and vouchers cordon Gilmore guardian Mary Ann Gilmore. First account and vouchers Reichenbach jr., guardian Frank Curtis and Celia Baker. First account and vouchers Alvin e. Leggett guardian Philip Kaderly. First account and vouchers Samuel w. Walter executor the will Samuel House deceased. Final account and vouchers b. Shutt executor the will Daniel Shutt deceased. First account and vouchers George Mccartney guardian Frank and Lilly b. True. Final account and vouchers Joseph t. Mccullough Assignee George w. Rice. Second account and vouchers Nathaniel Russell executor the will Hugh Russell deceased. First account and vouchers Daniel Wyss guardian William f., Mary c., Charles h., Flora s. And Christian e. Hanenkrat. Final account and vouchers Elias r. Benfer and w. H. He linger administrator Tho estate Mary Zeigler deceased. Third account and vouchers David Limbaugh guardian George Lim Baugh. Second account and vouchers Louis Klein administrator with the will annexed the estate Samuel Wenger deceased. Sixth account and vouchers it. H. Hoover and Charles Humnell executors the will Frederick Humme deceased. Third account and vouchers Frank Wible guardian Emma Maria just and Eda Paulina just. Second account and vouchers John Smith jr., guardian Ella Bukey. Final account and vouchers Eli e. Travis administrator the estate Elizabeth Travis deceased. Supplemental final account and vouchers Isaac a outs executor the will James Mccue deceased. Final account and vouchers Christian Fisher executor the will Jacob Deitz deceased. Final account and vouchers Jacob Lambach executor the will wend Elin Hambach deceased. Final account and vouchers James Johnson administrator the estate Mary Maekey deceased. Final account and vouchers Nathan m. Mccrary guardian Alice m. Erase. Final account and vouchers Samuel Brown guardian Charles . J. W. Yeagley / rotate >1 ugh a. January 22, 1889. 5w4 court common pleas. Ssi a \ >1 ext cases. January 22, 23-4, 1889. M i Woodford receiver is e c Collins Quot Quot w Willigman Quot Quot Thomas Scott a a Quot j l Kennedy a a Quot Leroy Mcgregor Quot Quot John Bontrager a a Quot w Carnes Quot Quot ii race Williams Quot add Maughiman tit i kit to jury. Tuesday january 22. J b Kelley amp co v Jacob Helmke. Thompson Lybarger v c a m k r John c left inner v j w Stowell it Al. Wednesday january 23. Gorman Staley v has Walton it Al. Wednesday january 24. Root a Mcbride a Hostetler Assignee. Friday january 25. Christena Dutton v win j Dutton. A a a a tuesday january 29. William Miller v Jacob Schupp. Edward Dodson v Eliza j Sisson. Wednesday january 30. Thomas Mears v Anna Graham. Anna Graham v Thomas Mears. W h Woodruff v Geo w Bowman. Thursday january 31. G ii Gintner v ii w Gintner. Friday february 1. H Spalding v Ellen f Kreiter. Anna Wilson v James Burgess it Al executors. Orani jury in panel ent. It i Rand jury Constable. Ohio v win f Kail recognizance. Bradford Voshall meddling with Railroad property. Dewitt Garrison Taylor rape. Charles Voshall counterfeiting and false pretence. Shederick Cope cutting with intent to wound. Amzi Mcname obtaining property and signature under false pretence. Peter Baker Selling sunday. Grand jury reported 13 cases. Considered 7 ignored 6. Casks cont1nkkd. J. A a. Porter v Augustus Wilhelmi. G w Stoutt v Samuel Swain. John v Krantz v same. Edward Dodson v Eliza j Sisson. Casks skit Ltd. Samuel Lebold the Hartford insurance company. Harvey Smith v Jac Huston. Philip Miller v Demy Espenschied. Casks dropped. Henry a Pyle v ii w Pyle. Plaintiff to plea d Ida Carnahan v Rebecca read. Win Knisely v Isaac Hill. Win Wingate v Zeb Sparks. Annie Faiwell v Joseph Falwell. Defendants to plead Nancy Wallace v Joseph Wallace. James Taylor v John Dickey. Sarah j Smilley v Jacob san lies. Philip Smilley v Jacob Smilley. Edward ii ept v Isaac Hill. Gorman Staley v Charles Walton. Mary c Eckfeld v a has Walton. Judgment for plaintiffs. City National Bank v w ii Stephen. Con firm actions. Elmore Slater v Julia e Hellegas. Alter i it darkness came Light. One month ago . Moritz Salm the Germania Eye ear nose and Throat infirmary Columbus Ohio operated my right Eye for Cataract. I was Blind totally Blind for 12 years and today i can read and write again. Can see hundreds Yards away in fact can see As Good As when i was a boy. For All this thanks to the doctors successful operation. J. W. Torrence 62 years old. Bell Center Logan co., dec. 24. 4w4 an International Congress geographers is to be held in Paris during the summer. Notices the geographical achievements each their respective countries during the last Hundred years have been invited from the geographical societies the world

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