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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 30, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every 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 a a times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. 8 1 00 i 2 0 s3 00 8 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 .1 7 50 15 00 six inches. 8 i 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 30, 1890. Number 5. Cleveland and Marietta railway. In effect june 10, 1889. Going North a stations. Going South. No. 4 no. 2 no. 1 no. 3. 1040am 200am la Parks by. 1100 104 1140 250 Marietta. A Foo 1201 1212 652 Caywood. 931 644 am 1216 658 Stanley. 925 g38 1233 711 Whipple. 919 623 1243 725 Warner. 9 613 1257 740 Elba. 816 559 1-4 747 Macksburg 839 552 111 754 Dexter City. 832 545 115 759 South Olive. 1 8 544 121 6i 6 Dudley. 822 533 130 815 Caldwell. 815 526 140 825 Delie Valley. 842 516 119 834 Ava. 752 546 155 840 Glenwood. 46 544 201 40 let pleasant. 744 454 213 838 Byersville. 726 441 232 913 Cambridge. 709 425 233 924 Oldham a. 059 415 245 931 Millers. -52 448 255 941 Kimbolton. 042 .�?T553 3 946 Guernsey. 637 353 307 953 Post Hoy. I 630 .346 317 1003 Neom town. 624 337 327 Wolf a. 711 327 339 1023 Philipsburg. 6 315 344 1024 Hale band. 555 309 350 103 Turners. 55 303 4 0 1u45 canal Dover. 519 253 4 2 llo7 Arva june. 234 1055 pm 63jpii Toledo. 745 pm 945 1214 Canton. 1128 1 j15 114 Akron. 22.�?o Cleveland. 115 108 Buffalo. 540 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday january 30, 1890. The weeks doings. A Lummll Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,500 a a a a the new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Kates one year in advance1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Postoff Iee order to the address the proprietor. Address ail matter intended Tor publication to the times. There is a great coloured exodus from North Carolina to the Southwest. Through coaches trains nos. 2 and 3 be tween Marie to. Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Lose connections made at Mari Etta with c a a a la my a a and Ohio Olivei packets at Cambridge with b a East and West at new Cornertown with p. C a St l East and West at Dover with c l a w and it and 1�?T, North and East at Valley Junction with w a l e and Valley i y. W k Richards Gene a Fass age to a. T. Wiki a Jen manager. Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. It. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 12, 1889. Going East. Emin pashas has not recovered from his somersault from the Balcony at bag Amoy. His Tongue is partially Paral lazed and there is danger total a Lysis following. St at ions. It a express local. Leave new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 . 1 00 . Canal Dover. 6 45 a a 2 14 a a 13o a a Zoar. 7 15 a 2 25 a a 2 00 a Mineral Point. 7 34 a a 2 31 a a 2 3l a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 46 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 i 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 Minerva. 9 04 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. Id 05 a a 4 2"> a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. 1215 Quot 4 5 a a Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 25 a a 7 00 a a going we St. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 610 . 12 45 . Bellaire. 4 40 10 10wellsville. 8 15 2 40 Cleveland. 8 00 1 05 Alliance. 10 25 3 1u Bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 10 . Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 23 Oneida. 11 12 4 30 7 55 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 p 111 0 00 10 40 arrive new Philadelphia a 12 20 i 6 15 1 11 the dudes latest fad is to sign his letters with a miniature likeness the writer where the signature properly belongs. The photographs Are about the size a postage stamp and Are gummed the Back. An Exchange says a anarchistic White Cap notices were nailed doors Massillan mayor and councilmen demanding that police and Bremen be reduced to 850 and $-10 per month. The weeks doing is. The contest for the office lieutenant governor has not yet been decided. The depositions taken in the Case has been referred to a committee. After the report the depositions the Case will be argued before the Senate and then passed upon. The county commissioners Columbiana county instructed the county auditor to cancel the contract with the work House authorities in regard to the incarceration All prisoners except those sentenced by the common pleas probate court the county and All officials have been officially notified this fact by circular. All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the Cost connect at Alliance with trains tie a great fort Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates fare Etc. Apply to j. Milk agent new Philadelphia Ohio. James Mccrea e. A. Ford. Gen. Pas. Age to general manager. Pittsburgh a. Valley railway. In effect december 2, 1ss8. The newspapers say that there Are already 22.000 negroes in Oklahoma and that the prospects Are Good for an increased immigration. Why not set apart a portion the Indian territory for the coloured people and give it to them in homesteads this no doubt would More satisfactory to most them and let those who prefer go and enjoy it. Going South. Stations. Going North. No. 3. No. 7. No. 4. No. 6. 11 15am 4 15pm a Cleveland Are 9 24am 230pm 1202pm 5 08 Peninsula. 9 03 1 42 12 30 5 37 Akron. 8 55 1 15 1 28 6 33 Canton. 7 55 12 15 2 15 1 725 a Val a Jet la 7 u5 1130am business directory. Prances Romig. Attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block. New Philadelphia. Ohio. The National electric Light association will meet in Kansas City feb. 11th. Edison was asked to lecture to the members. He replied that could not go but that would give the lecture. A i will Tell you what i will do a said a i will talk to my phonograph and Send it to Kansas City to lecture Lor me. It will make no gestures but it will not let a bashful the tone will perfect and i will warrant that it can heard All Over the opera the times Only one Dollar a year. To encourage county fairs the state Board agriculture offers a Premium $200 Tor the Best county exit bit. Frank Anderson a Miner at the Goshen mines had a leg broken monday by a Rock falling it. Fifteen new subscribers have been added to our list within the City a limit since january 1st, 1890. Senator Sherman Lias introduced a Bill providing for the erection a government building at Canton to Cost $150,000. A rare musical treat a the Boston Ideal Banjo mandolin and guitar club concert at opera House saturday february 1st. The old Forbes Corner in Uli Richville is soon to be adorned with a Nice Brick Block. Hurieh Sivile will improve regardless its Muddy surroundings. A Little child . And mrs. David Smitley. Of Goshen died Friday morning and was buried saturday afternoon in the Indian burying ground at Goshen. You can to afford to miss it the Boston Ideal Banjo mandolin and guitar club concert at opera House saturday evening february 1st. Elegant instrumental and vocal program. Secure a Good seat in Good time go to Horace Hall jeweler for reserved seats for the Boston Ideal Banjo mandolin and guitar club concert the fifth y. M. C. A. Entertainment. By a vote three to five the Council Salem Columbiana county repealed the prohibitory ordinance. It claimed that there was More whisky sold under prohibition than when the saloons were running. La Grippe numbers its victims in this place and Vicinity by the scores causing much uneasiness. It is not necessarily dangerous if medical Aid is primarily called instead resorting to Home treatment. There is no Verdigris other impurity in chases Barley malt whisky. It is Rich and nutritious and the Best whiskies for family and medical purposes. Sold by w. Holland Ehrichs i lie. 5w4 at a recent meeting the state school examiners held at Columbus a Resolution was passed recommending the appointment As school examiners Only such persons As Are actually engaged in teaching. The Burry store room lately disfigured by fire is being fitted up anew. The floor will be let Down an alignment with the pavement which will at least be a More pleasant Entrance to patrons. People in general do not like to climb up Steps to do business. Sex commissioner Rudolph anal Dover died at his residence thursday last lung trouble. Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and a treasonable prices. A Bill has been introduced in the Ohio legislature to double the salary members and to abolish the Railroad pass. Mrs. Francis Brunk an aged and highly respected German lady Trenton this county died saturday last influenza. A Bill authorizing the Council Coshocton to contract for the erection Crater works has passed both branches the legislature and is now a Law. The cold snap that came in last week gave both the clothing men and ice men Hope but at this writing their Hopes like a a Mcginty so Fate have gone Down. The a stand up carpet Stretcher a is the most Complete Stretcher Ever offered to the Public. Sold by 52w it P. Taylor amp co. A . Abraham Cappel near Gilmore died monday. He was a Man Well up in years and a prosperous Farmer. The Community loses a Good citizen. We Are sorry to announce the death . L. A. Cornet one port Wash tones Anu Tuscarawas county a Best citizens. See correspondents account in another column. Mrs. Mary e. Kail the poetess and Mother mrs. Same a b. Flora this City died at the Garfield Hospital in Washington City and was buried there last thursday. Personal mention. From Dennison major c. H. Mathews was visiting in Canton last week. Or. O. H. Hoover went to Columbus last week business. Miss Jennie Fellers Canton is visiting friends in this place. Mrs. Geo. Barrick is visiting relatives near Canton. A a . James Ward wife and baby Are visiting in Niles Ohio. Mrs. John s. Graham is visiting in new Cumberland this county. Or. Ernst Teichman Cleveland visited Here a few Days the past week. Miss Mccreary Bolivar is visiting her sister mrs. John Congleton. Or. James Kaldenbaugh Salt City Utah is Home a visit. Miss Jennie j unkind is visiting friends in Cleveland this week. Lev . . P. Morrow Canton was in town last week business. Miss Cora Ashbaugh resigned her position in the Public schools last week. Real estate transfers. Recorder Neuman and Street commissioner Are both Down with the la Grippe. Or. Llo Siek editor the Mineral Pointer gave our Sanctum a Friendly Call last saturday. Or. Chas. Devine Cleveland a former new philadelphian is visiting Here this week. Jar. M. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio Over citizens National Bank. Office 44yl John w. Nix in m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway. In the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court Blouse. On North Broadway. 47yl j ii. 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 Amu Al 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. Miss Elizabeth Bisland and it miss Nellie Bly have undertaken the greatest race the age. They Are a race around the world. They started from the same Point in opposite directions. Miss Bly started eastward across the Atlantic and miss Bisland Westward across the United states. Miss Bisland has arrived in London. The race has become very interesting to sports. Miss Bly was expected to arrive at san Francisco monday last. Why is it the republicans never go behind the returns to investigate the alleged fraudulent votes. In the contest Between Smith rep., and Jackson dem., from w. Va., the republicans the House agreed to go Back and examine the impeached votes in both parties and throw out the illegal ones and give the result accordingly. They afterwards rescinded their agreement and having the majority in the House concluded to seat Smith without an investigation. 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 required. It to guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller son. Gy2 patents. Ii. S amp a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc., sent free. Address r. S amp a. P. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?Ts8yl 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 when she had children she gave them Castoria. The times has in the past and will continue to advocate the necessity Good roads. The Akron Beacon thus voices our views the subject a there is scarcely a county in Ohio that can boast Good highways. Everybody knows that much the Prosperity a City Village depends upon the condition the streets but few persons Stop to consider that bad country roads Are quite As great a Block to at this season Many farms Are practically Cut off from All communication with the world. This hurts the value the farm directly. Every ton freight must be hauled Over country roads before it can be shipped by freight water. Ohio will never reach the top notch Prosperity until her highways Are adequate to her needs and they Are far Short that now. The state cannot afford to be niggardly in the Way country Road improvements. Notice. Charles Barth residence unknown will take notice that the 23d Day december a. I3ft9, Mimmie Barth filed her petition in the court common pleas Tuscarawas a aunty Ohio praying divorce from said Charles Barth the ground Gross neglect duty and adultery and that said cause shall be for hearing and after the 7th Day february a. I>90. Leroy Mcgregor. Attorney for plaintiff. December 26,1869. 52w6 probate court. Notice is hereby Given that Cyrus Ilum Mell late guardian Blanche Ilum Mell Lias filed in the office the judge the probate court within and for t lie county Tuscarawas and state Ohio an amended final account with vouchers his said guardianship for settlement and that the same will be for hearing saturday february 8th, 1890. J. W. Leagle1. Probate judge. Ian. 16th, 1899. 3wl we clip the following from an Exchange which is Good Medicine if properly taken a if a stranger inquires you concerning the condition and future prospects your town have a Good word for every department that deserves it. If a merchant favors you when you Are in need remember him when you have the Money. Those you who have Money spend it with your Home merchants and if they done to have what you want have them Send and get it for you. They can get it cheaper than you can. If Farmers have Grain to sell they should bring it to their Home Market. Let business men work together and do each other All the Good they can. If you have spare Money put it in the Bank until you need it and when you want a favor go to the Bank for it. In Union there is strength but a House divided against itself cannot stand. Use Good common sense act from honorable purpose do As you would be done by support your Home Piper and All will Friday afternoon last the assembling the schools it was found that six teachers were sick with the a grip a and that a number scholars were absent whereupon the superin Pendant adjourned the school until monday morning. Eliza Mary a Bright and lovable Little daughter . And mrs. Frederick Gintz aged 7 years died wednesday last week from pneumonia at her Home West High Street and was Bur de Friday. The parents have the sympathy the Community. Harrison county agricultural society has purchased a new fair ground and will equip it thoroughly for the exhibition next fall. The society announces september 1g, 17, 18 and 19, 1890, As the dates for the fair. Many new attractions will be added and a fair second to none in the state May be expected in Cadiz hereafter. A whisky and quinine is the Best thing to stave off la Grippe a says the Saloon keeper. A keep it out the House by using plenty Coal and having your rooms Well heated a says the Coal dealer. A let me sell you some Antipyrine for it a says the druggist. A tinted glasses will relieve the pain in the head a hints the Oculi St. A keep Well wrapped up a is the advice the Clothier. A and above All things a urges the physician a a done to take any quack remedies but get a doctor to prescribe for you at another old resident new Philadelphia has gone to his Long Home. Or. Zachariah Green died at his residence East fair Street last Friday afternoon in the 7gth year his age. He had been in feeble health for some time and contracting a severe cold Bis otherwise enfeebled system quickly succumbed to the disease lie was a member new Philadelphia cadge no. 107, i. O. O. F., Aud was buried by that order monday afternoon. Or. Green was a Good kind old Man and had Many warm friends who regret his death. Distilled from the richest malted bar chases Barley malt whisky is full Nutriment mild and excellent and absolutely pure. A. Bippus amp son sole agents for new Philadelphia. 2w4 for Sale trade�?160 acres Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Would Trade for property in near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call the editor the times. Of if you happen to meet a curious looking animal built in the form an Ellipsis with a cassock shaped haad Dodge around the nearest Corner As quickly As possible for that is the dread influenza times. At an election held by the members the Tuscarawas county agricultural society Jan. 25th, 1890, the following directors were elected f. W. Andreas John collars John l. Kennedy b i it Downey Thomas Price Cyrus Hummel John g. Starch w. Kline Jos. Gordon ii. C. Cable. John j. Jurgens Sec a. The four new houses North Broadway Are now ready for the painters and plasterers. By this time next year a number other new buildings will Dot the vacant lots in this part the City which will compel the construction a sewerage necessary to Drain the surplus water that is held there in wet seasons. School being dismissed Friday noon for the remainder the week the pupils spent the half Holiday at goodings Pond skating. The ice not being very Strong suddenly gave Way and some the Young lady skaters were Given a cold Bath. Before they had scarcely realized what happened a voice called out inquiring if they were Hunting a Mcginty a and immediately a Ery from another Quarter announced a similar Fate to another group. The Young gents present assisted the girls out the broken ice and water who hurried Home As fast As possible. Or. Benj. Schweitzer Columbus spent Sabbath with his parents . And mrs. H. Y. Schweitzer. Miss Kate Welty who was spending a few weeks with friends in Cambridge returned Home tuesday. The misses Alice Bates and Ella Lah Mer Are visiting in Cleveland this week the guests . And mrs. White. Kobe. Love esq., Steubenville was registered at the Exchange monday evening. Was Here Legal business. Or. Henry Burton the Coal Man is the sick list and unable to till his orders for Coal this week. The misses Ella Mccleary and Fannie Gross port Washington Are visiting at the residence . And mrs. Otis. Mrs. Looper Waynesburg who has been visiting relatives and friends in in this City returned Home last monday. _ . . King spent Sabbath with his wife and parents . And mrs. Jno. W. King. . Contemplates canvassing the far Western states in the near future. Mrs. A. J. Smith Tippecanoe is attending at the bedside her daughter mrs. Moore who had a severe attack influenza but is now convalescing. Or. Benj. Havner formerly this place now Salem Columbiana county o., was a guest at the Exchange tuesday and visited our Sanctum. Council proceedings. At an adjourned meeting Council held tuesday evening an ordinance was passed to protect the electric Light wire poles and lamps. Any one Vio Lang said ordinance May be lined any sum not to exceed fifty dollars and imprisoned in the county jail not to exceed thirty Days. The Council decided to have senator John a. Buchanan procure an enabling act to authorize the Council to borrow Money and Issue Bonds in a sum not to exceed $12,000, for the purpose purchasing cemetery grounds. The railway ordinance remains the same but the tendency now is toward making such changes that the company will accept the ordinance. John Mcsweeney dead. Or. Jos. G. Linn Steubenville visited his brother . Jas. Linn undertaker in Mcelroye a furniture store this City the past week. Carroll chronicle attorney James Stevenson new Philadelphia was in town Friday and saturday Legal business. Our Friend a Doc Kyd Gribble Deputy clerk has been Laid up with the a a grip the past week. We Are glad to note that is getting better. The Railroad company through . Street made Council a very Liberal proposition last tuesday evening. The Railroad company agreed to three fourths the expense paving with fire Brick Center Street from end to end if the Council would the fourth. The Council will undoubtedly accept and the work will be commenced in the Early Spring. To the efforts master Mechanic Street is due the Liberal proposition the Railroad people. Mrs. Carrie Marsh wife train de Spatcher c. Marsh died at their Home first Street last sunday morning. She had been ill about three weeks. She was a very estimable lady and leaves a husband and Little son to mourn her untimely taking off. Or. And mrs. J. B. Croft Mansfield parents mrs. Marsh reached Here in time to bid their daughter last Farewell. Why would it not be a Good idea for the democrats Tuscarawas county to organize clubs All through the county and become members the Ohio democratic club association. The organization will be a Good thing Home and abroad. Let the county seat take the initiative and no doubt every township in the county will fall in line. Tuscarawas wants to get a Hustle her and take her position in the democratic column the state where she belongs. It is reported that a couple Dennison youths have gone West to grow up Wuh the country and that a couple fair maids who were interested in their remaining Are very disconsolate. The Railroad people Are running trains with difficulty owing to so much sickness among the employees. Six miners employed in Jessie s Coal mine had a narrow escape one Day last week. The entry to the mine caved in and the men were compelled to make their escape through a narrow air Shaft. The boys were badly scared and thankful to get off As they did. Cyrus. I Kom pout Washington. Nellie Bly the tourist around the world passed through Here last Friday night. Grant Clemens Hurieh Sivile was in port last week talking up life insurance. Joseph Loeb Hurieh Sivile spent several Days in fort last week. Eli Perkins will deliver one his celebrated lectures in the moravian Church next Friday night Jan. 31, a the philosophy wit and miss Mollie Dubaugh died in Dennison the 19th inst., and was brought Here for interment the following wednesday. Funeral services were conducted in the moravian Church by Rev. Oerter assisted by Rev. Romig Uhrichsville. Or. L. A. Cornet died at his residence last sunday morning at about 9 30. He went to bed Friday night in his usual health but was taken suddenly ill at about Midnight being Able to speak Only a few words to his son George who hearing him Halloo immediately ran to his service. He soon became unconscious and remained so until the time his death. He will be buried Here at one clock wednesday afternoon by the masonic fraternity. The new Cornertown dramatic troupe will Render the a Confederate spy in Union Hall feb. 8th, under the auspices the i. O. O. Lodge. If this be Tiit same troupe that came Here last year and played a the five degrees crime a for the Benefit the Good templars we would say for their Benefit also for the Benefit the a ebon ton sex Tette a that our saloons now close at 8 clock Sharp and bottles cannot be filled Between acts. A. P. Ril fool. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds we e Beck to Fred Graff 2 acres Goshen $710.00. C e Mitchener to Charlotte a and Frances doll lots 293 and 294, Goshen $800.00. Henry Stiffler to Henry Singhaus 7 95-100 acres Goshen $1,500. John Knecht to John j. Knecht 82� acres Dover $2,318. Solomon Bixler to j j Feucht 1 acre Lawrence $120 00. We l Davis to Emma Wolf \ acre Fairfield $1,050. W w Porter to James Mcconnell lot 3, Hurieh Sivile $1,200. J ii Manning to we Wallace lot 29, new Philadelphia $2,000. J b Mathias it Al to Jas Mathias 115 acres York $4,032. Laura e Marshall it Al to s ii Darst lot 18, Lockport $125.00. E Bell to Geo Slaughman part lots 73, 74, 75, 70, new Philadelphia $800.00. Sheriff Bowers to John Knecht 145 acres Dover $4,000. J m Estep executors to mrs w w Barrett lots 33, 34, Hurieh Sivile $20.00. J s Yoder to Eli i Miller lots 17, 18, 19, Shanesville $375.00. Jacob Haun a to Elizabeth j and Robert Lyons 45 acres Salem twp $1,625. We l pages a to Ida Page lot 21, Hurieh Sivile $050.00. Nehemiah Cox to Lucinda Poland 17 acres Warwick $750.00. Laura e Marshall it Al to Fred Graff lot 21, Lockport $75.00. Maurice Moody to Jas b Swann lot 0, Dennison $300.00. W m Tracy to a d Bender lots Mineral Point $950.00. Sheriff Bowers to Nancy a Gordon 129 acres Sandy $6,300. Emma Pfeiffer to j f Evans lot 2, Bolivar $1,000. Edward Eggan to j a Roby 40 acres Union $1,480. Sheriff Bowers to we s Palmer 20 acres Goshen $850.00. Isaac Shaw to Phoebe a Truax lot 17, Pike run $305.uo. We w Wallace to g w Hill strip land Dennison,$1,000. B b Hochstetler to d j Shrock 42 acres Sugarcreek $3,400. Court common pleas. Assignment court cases. 6. Tuesday february 4, 1890. Receiver Corn City Mutual ins co is j m Stoutt it Al. 7. Winfield s Nelson v Benj. Cable. Wednesday feb. 5. 36. Daniel c Guntsch v Oliver Knisely. Thursday feb. 6. 37. John Shaffer v Elvin amp Van Tran. 41. G. Linden by next Friend we Linden v Nelson sprouls. Friday feb. 7. 43. Elizabeth Boyer v Joseph Sproul. Monday feb. 10. J c Allman amp co v Alex Bartholomew. Tuesday feb. 11. Ohio comp Cynthia m Huston v Jacob Huston. Ohio comp Ann Beers v Adam Henderson. Chas Hess v Nicholas Miller. Isaiah Bowers v Eli e Travis a. Wednesday feb. 12. J l Kennedy v has e Holden. J a Himes v e w Mathias. Henry Bowers v Riley j Aultman. Thursday feb. 13. James a Wilkin v the p c amp St Louis r r. Zellner sons v Cinderilla Green. Friday feb. 14. Elma f Cunningham v George w Bowers. Ernst Greer v the c l amp w Ray. 125. Fred Torgler v Jacob Torgler. 131. J c Artman Bros v Harmon j Bond it Al. Probate court. 06. 54. 69. 1, 7 2. I I9. 98. 104. 11 24. 156. Monday feb. 17. Barbara Eisinger v David Bixler. A the leading ladies Home from sugar Creek. Or. Pilch Fisher West Philadelphia who has been confined to bed the past month with typhoid fever is Able to be about again but still very weak. Or. J. Paulson Pittsburgh pa., representing life insurance and an old playmate ours in the a Days Auld Lang syne a gave us a pleasant visit monday. Miss Nora Dodd started for Philadelphia pa., monday to accept a position with a Large Book concern in that City. She was accompanied As far As Pittsburgh by her brother Overton. Coshocton Standard his Many friends hereabouts Are offering congratulations to . Peter Eckert who was married last week to miss Minnie Krause a very estimable Young lady canal Dover. . Beachy spent the past few weeks in Northern Indiana business. Or. Hudson South Bend ind., is Here business. Miss Lucy Mehl Goshen Indiana spent a few weeks Here visiting relatives and while Here won a Large Circle friends. She left for her Home monday. The Home j. M. Hostetter is now Happy Over the arrival a daughter. It being the seventh child and first daughter they May Well be Happy. Last thursday in the presence about an Hundred guests Drusilla Yoder and Abraham Miller were United in Matrimony. The occasion terminated in the evening with a grand Ball. Sunday evening by . J. G. Zahner 1. D., 15. Burkhalter and Naomi Schlarb were married at the Home the bridegroom after which was served an elegant supper. We wish both couples much Joy and happiness and the Best Success in after life. Re Lata refer. 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. P. Richardson and mrs. P. 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 finances 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 15th number will be one Quarter larger. If you arc 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. Col. Hubert g. Ingersoll has been in Washington this week but Lias not called at the executive mansion since the experience with the Republican National committee when was denied the Opportunity to advocate the claims Gresham writes a new York Tribune correspondent colonel Ingersoll has not had the Active interest in government which lie was wont to display. Some one asked him in one the capital corridors a few Days ago a a have you been to the White House recently a a a no a answered in his deliberate emphatic Way a a i do not believe i have seen . Harrison since his inauguration nor since his election for that a a you re not a out with the administration Are you a a a not no. I am about in the position the woman at the revival meeting. She sat there Prim and demure. With her Little handkerchief folded up and lying in her Lap when some one came up to her and said a sister do you love Jesus a she straightened up a Little and after a minute replied a Well that a a rather Strong expression to use but i can say this in be got Noth ing age in him 1�?T a a Beautiful fairy Story related let a a former schoolmate Calvin s. Oriee. Of Findley o., Jan. 20. The following Story is told by a gentleman this City who was a former schoolmate the distinguished politician Calvin s. Brice. A Good Many years ago when Brice was a poor lawyer Lima attended a party in tins place. During the evening his Fortune was told by a Young lady who predicted that would become a millionaire. He promised the Young lady that if the prediction came True would present her with a Beautiful Diamond ring. The fair Fortune Teller is now the possessor a Diamond ring which was presented to her by . Brice and which she shows with Pride As she relates the foregoing. She has also been the recipient Many favors and attentions from the Brice family. Had to suffer for it. We Are informed that about a year ago an aged Farmer named Samuel Cable living near Sandyville this county and Worth Between $40,000 to $50,000, became quite sick. In anticipation death requested his five children All whom Are married to meet at his House a certain Day. When they had assembled told them Felt As though would die in a very Short time and proposed to Divide his property Between them. He made a division his entire property by shortly after grew better and finally regained his health. He then asked his children to return his when they refused asked for a Small portion but this was denied. He has begun suit in the court common pleas to recover his property claiming that at the time made the deeds was incompetent to transact business. A Over the Hill to the poor House a amp a. Wooster o., Jan. 23. Ilon. John Mcsweeney the most prominent criminal lawyer in the state Ohio died at his Home in this City at 11 clock tuesday night from acute pneumonia. Or Mcweney was born near Rochester new York about 65 years ago. His parents were from inne fallen Ireland and settled in Stark county this state when was an infant. The boy received his schooling at the Western Reserve College and studied Law with John Harris in Cincinnati. In 1845 lie came to this City. He was six feet in height straight powerful and had a Rich and melodies voice. He swayed a jury and with magnetic eloquence made the most hopeless Case seem Bright. Although one the wealthiest men in Wayne county was a ostentatious in both dress and in his Domestic life lie had two daughters and one son the letter sex prosecuting attorney Wayne county. Politically . Mcweney was a Democrat but lie never sought office. He paid a considerable attention to polities. He loved his family and his profession. He was engaged to help prosecute Van. B. Baker also the men accused murdering detective 11 Mulligan and assisted in the Star route Case. He was Well known to Many this City. Or. Reuben Whitman an inmate the Sandusky soldiers Home is in town this week calling his Many friends and acquaintances. Reuben looks Well and Speaks in High terms the Home and its management. Merit win. Or. And mrs. James Carlile and son Pueblo Colorado who have been visiting in this Community the past month started for Home wednesday morning. Or. . Kennedy son . John l. Kennedy accompanies them. Or. Charles Mitchner Salt Luke City Utah has purchased the Gray farm lying the Plains the Uhrichsville Road at $65 per acre. Or. Mitchner also owns the Gribble property in this City. We understand that will return to this place to live sometime in the near future. He was a former citizen our town and we will gladly Welcome him again As a citizen. We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been Selling . Kings new discovery for consumption . Kings new life pills Bucklen a Arnica Salve and electric bitters and have never handled remedies that sell As Well that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the Purchase Price if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely their merits. C. Miller amp songs Drunken lies a liquor habit. Or. Marriage licenses granted. Philip Stinebaugh and Anna Korns. We c Andrews and Neva g Hilton. A r Mcdonald and Rickie f Wolf. I c Border and Belle c putt. John Matthys and Mary doll. B f Burkhalter and Nora Schlarb. In All the world there is but one cure Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a Eup Tea Coffee without the knowledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands 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 administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl the grave get tired yawning seemingly for certain wretched invalids who toddle feebly along though always looking As if they were going to die but omitting to do it. They dry up Wither dwindle away finally hut 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 with 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 and assimilation. It overcomes nervousness insomnia malaria kidney complaints biiliou9ness, constipation rheumatism and neuralgia. 40yl�?52w4 Kansas City Jan. 20. Judge m. G. Troup the District court now in session at Winfield Kansas does not believe in too much press Freedom. A Short time ago a Winfield paper published some comments the judges conduct a Case. Judge Troup saturday had Henry and Leo Vincent the publishers and j. W. Henthorne the editor the paper brought before him and fined each them $100 and costs for contempt Columbus dispatch. The conduct judge Troup is a dangerous infringement the liberties the press. Judges Are but human Aud Are As much Given to favouritism neglect duty prejudice and All the other weaknesses the flesh As any other Public official and it is the criticism the press that makes them live up As near As they do to their oath. Cheap excursion to California a Safe investment. Road carts at Taylor a Complete hardware store. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results in Case failure a return Purchase Price. On this Safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring Relief in every Case when used for any affection Throat lungs Chest such As consumption inflammation lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Etc., Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly Safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller amp 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 the following dates for leaving Chicago Viz january 16 and 30, february 13 and 27, March 13 and 27, april 10 and 24, May 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 for Hale. 30 acres first class Plain and River Bottom land with fair buildings near new Philadelphia and several Small tracts adjoining City. Romig 4-w4. Mclean Block. For building lots at West end fair Street new Philadelphia near new school ii ouse site very cheap Long time Small Cash payments. John a. Himes at. 42tf notice is hereby Given that the following accounts and vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed 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 dec 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 dec 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 dec 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 dec 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 dec a. Final account and vouchers David Strawn executor the will James e. R. Strawn dec 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 15. Kerch. First account and vouchers Lena Balder administer matrix the estate Frederick Balder dec a. Second account and vouchers John Hagloch guardian Henry Stah Lecker an insane person. Final acc Jiuu and vouchers Hiram Angel administrator the estate Peter Porcher dec a. First account and vouchers John g. Neumann Assignee the estate Philip Lleida. 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 dec a. Final account and vouchers Henry Baab administrator with the will annexed the estate Frederick Baab dec a. Final account and vouchers Philip Mccue administrator the estate Sarah Mccue dec a. Final account and vouchers John s. Graham executor the will Sarah j. Kurtz dec. Second account and vouchers Eli Van Lehn administrator the estate John Knaus dec a and final account and vouchers Daniel m. Kinsey dec a late administrator the estate John Knaus dec Das rendered by 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 dec a. Second account and vouchers Isabel Jones guardian Amo Jessie Jones. Final account and vouchers Jacob Robart guardian Jacob f. Hirt. First account and vouchers Catharine Grossarth executrix the will Philip p. Grossarth dec a. First account and vouchers John Anderegg guardian Sophia e. Blaser. First account and vouchers Wenz guardian William w. Sharp. Final account and vouchers j. Frank Greene Assignee John Niederhauser. First account and vouchers Eliza j. Sisson and John ii. Tomer executors the will John c. Sisson dec a. Final account and vouchers John 15. Read guardian Andrew j. Read. Final account and vouchers Minerva l. Link executrix the will Peter s. Link dec a. Second account and vouchers Belinda Coffey executrix the will William Coffey dec a. First account and vouchers Silas w. Lappin one the executors the will Israel s. Lappin dec 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 dec a. Final account and vouchers Anna c. Flickenger formerly Anna c. Campbell now deceased late administer matrix the estate Austin r. Campbell deceased As rendered by Thomas ii. Wilson administrator the estate Anna c. Flickenger dec a. First account and vouchers John ii. Bell guardian Thomas n. And Anderson Mcadoo. Final account and vouchers Alonza Johnson administrator the estate Nelson Johnson dec a. Final account and vouchers Gottlieb Spahr guardian Norman p. Spahr. J. W. Yeagley probate judge. Jan a. 7th, 1890

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