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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 31, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published a Yukky thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Ii est advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing 01 every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. S i 2 00 3 00 5 00 8 00 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . $ 2 00 $3 00 amp 5 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 7 50 12 51 22 50 12 50 22 50 40 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume in t new Philadelphia o., thursday january 31, 1889. Number 6. Business directory. John w. Nixon m. 1 physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker Tolyl Quot a 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 p depot. 40 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 Promp Tiv attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 4.yl j ii. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and it conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. Lei Camuel 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. Joseph p. Murphy a livery amp feed stable pillll1psburgii, Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Vilice and stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 25. 44 m6 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 sat safa Tiou Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. Fiy2 executors a notice. The undersigned is the legally a appointed and duly qualified executor the last will and testament Jacob Opp late Tuscarawas county deceased. All persons interested will Lake notice and govern themselves accordingly. John a Kennedy executor. January 17, Lyssy. 5w3 Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 100 amp 10s water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Baijo Ock 11. Hunn jr., chalks Babcock i. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and run Ola brands roasted Coffee. 2iyl the Wilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. 11. T. 311xxis, proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 45yl t. W. Mcdermott d. V. 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 tie actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. If office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia. Ohio 4yl steam engines boilers and machinery. Mill engines and boilers for shop farm in every size and style desired and to suit every purpose a Mills and Wood working machinery grist us feed Mills shafting pulleys belting and till supplies. Also a Large lot Good second and engines and other machinery very cheap. Iiames machine depot. D7 amp 99 first ave., Pittsburgh a. Lusyl Money to loan first mortgage farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More and for sums to Hond upwards. Privilege making partial payments s100 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. 11. Boss Gene a agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. 4-Mo october 11. 183s. Go Tom n tan a via these. Paul Minneapolis an Manitoba re. J a magnificent to p p a the Montana exp fsr a will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining Caes drawing room sleepers handsome Day coach lies a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana great Falls Helena amp Butte for maps and general information inquire your own ticket I. Whitney Gene a Pas. And Tkv tags to St. Paul . Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday january 31, 1880. Hummel Block second floor East High St doings the week. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a the new Philadelphia times will published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.#1.00 1 if not paid within three my s 1- pc j �6suremittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Ifs address All matter intended for publication to the times. Thu samoan 1>i� i u i Ltd. The samoan difficulty is one the 1 leading topics discussed by she news. Pers and the people generally. a group islands Are situated in the South Cacilie Ocean Between North a Merica Australia and new zealand and known As the navigators islands. There Are nine these islands in All with an area about p 50 sir. Milts and a population about 50,000. In 1878 the u. Was granted a Coaling j station in the Harbor Pago Pago. A year two later Germany and great i Britain were granted like privileges in another portion the islands known As the District Apia which with the town the same name was constituted into a municipality and Decani 1 to be Neutral territory where each the nations named might establish the a Ston houses Etc., necessary for carrying a their traffic in those islands. Apia was j the capital and the municipal Board consisted the German end. Hand american consuls. Malietoa at the time the troubles began was the ruler i King. The German Consul and a German named Weber originated a rebellion with tamases a native Leader and deposed the King ruler Malietoa and set up tamases As King. A War was going Between the two factions i the German Consul favouring the rebels. One the German vessels Lamb d a lot soldiers who were hav no a Drunken spree when they assaulted some the Loyal natives and an american. They i were lived by the natives and a Light i ensued. Several German soldiers were killed and wounded As also several . This enraged the German con sul and soldiers who opened tire a native Village from the vessels and tie j stroked and plundered the town. At Apia the capital the american hag had been raised at the request Mali Tom the rightful ruler the islands. Tie Flag was fired and riddled and partially burned. Other insults were Given j to americans such As burning their \ property Etc. The German Consul had no right to interfere with the govern ment the Island except to protect the i property and rights germans nor a had they any right to lire american property the Flag. This is what the great hubbub is All about. The authorities at Washington Are investigating the matter and there is no doubt the German government will be called to make Good any damages sustained by the United states and further to maintain the neutrality the islands. An appropriation is asked for $500,-000 to defray expense investigating and protecting american rights the islands. President Cleveland permitted the Republican postmaster in our neighbouring town Cadiz to Servo out Iii commission under democratic rules nearly four years then nominated a Democrat to succeed him. The Republican Senate Lias refused to confirm him together with 250 others All whom Are worthy there is a Republican in Carrollton who is not ashamed that he ought to sell his Cheek at a brass foundry. Such ungenerous work hardly becomes Christian gentlemen. It would do for Ilyati Citron j id I the world moves we might say by i electricity. Lue now heat our rooms i Cook our meals make Light by night i move our machinery and Street cars j talk with each other Send messages tin j Der water and under ground All by elec j Trinity and now even Send criminals Over the dark River death by Means i it. New York state first adopted this Means inflicting capital punish i ment and now Ohio has passed a Bill to execute criminals in that Way to j take effect april 1, 1890. An attempt was made a few Days ago to bribe Delegate Shelton from Lincoln county West an. Lie was offered a Money consideration he republicans to vote for a Republican United states senator. Shelton made affidavit to the fact and called the attention tiie House to it. A committee was appointed to investigate the charges. Republicans die hard in West Virginia. The Cleveland Penny press last Friday is responsible for the following item concerning our present congressman from this District a since Beriah Wilkins ordered retirement his principal reputation seems to rest the remarkable poker hands lie has been holding according to brother 33 India rubber is being tried for paving streets in several German towns. The first pavement the kind was Laid by Herre russe Linde the Goethe Bridge in Hanover in 1887. The material is claimed to Combine the elasticity rubber with the resistance Stone and to be perfectly noiseless unaffected by heat cold and less Slippery than asphalts. The general term the supreme court has handed Down a decision affirming the verdict the circuit court $45,000 against the millionaire Coffee merchant Charles Arbuckle in the breach Promise suit brought by pretty Clara Campble Ironton Delegate Goff Ord Dakota introduced a Bill monday providing for opening to settlement All that portion tiie Railroad land and Indian reservation in Dakota lying East the Missouri River. The Little town Antrim Guernsey county and Vicinity raised $10,395 for the p. C. Amp Railroad a few Days ago and Are now rejoicing Over the fact that the Road will soon be built. Miss Georgia Albert entertained a few friends at Tea saturday evening last. Mrs. J. Elliott gave a Tea party last thursday evening to a select number friends. New Philadelphia whist club met tuesday evening at the residence P. Fribley. Snow fell the 28th instant at Pensacola Florida for the second time in the past Twenty five years. Miss Edith Dearborn entertained the euchre club Friday evening at her Sisters mrs. Mary Congleton. The lutheran mite society will meet at the residence . And mrs. Miller East High Street Friday evening next. Johnson Byous drugstore and the Post office at new Hagerstown was burned last week. Loss $s,00q insurance $3, 000. A Man named Lamar Edgefield says he was robbed Friday night last near the L. Amp. W. Depot this place $00 and a valuable watch. Mrs. Philip Knipe Beaver dam Valley fell from the Garret her Home Friday afternoon and sustained serious internal injuries. David Judy has added greatly to the appearance his storeroom by lowering the floor a Grade with the sidewalk. And making other needed improvements. A series protracted meetings will begin us wednesday evening at the presbyterian Church and continue for ten Succo Sive evenings. The Little son editor Minnig the Beo Zachter this place fell from the top a Fence saturday last and broke his left Arm above the wrist. Hotel Molesworth at in Uhrichsville Junction is doing a flourishing business Rood meals clean Beds and a Welcome greeting always counts. John Joss is organizing a for particulars Call at store no. 33 West High Street Telephone no. 34. The club will close with fifty members. Or. Al. Minnie we understand has been employed by Urfer amp Kinsey in their dry goods establishment. Or. Minnie sr., will probably retire from business. The ladies Emanuel a lutheran Church Are preparing for a a Martha Washington entertainment a the 22d. Dinner and supper will be served in the lecture room at tiie usual hour. The 31. E. Church is conducting a series revival meetings Anu doing much Good the result being from 5.0 to 35 accessions to the Church. Tiie meeting is still in Progress. Janies Ritson a Coal Miner Uhrichsville while drunk shot and killed Archie Trig coloured at Steubenville the morning the 25th inst. They had been drinking together in a Saloon until Ritson was crazy drunk. Foil Sale 207 acres half mile West Aurora Centre two Good houses barns granary living water Etc. Terms easy. C. W. A Mcc. 11 ran 102 a 104 a water St., Cleveland 6w3 for Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town 600 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can be had at the times office. Of the following marriage licenses have been granted John ii if and Eliza Symonds If. Bucher and Cora 31. Dolvin Charles Silvan and Lydia Sturm a. R. Petty and Jane Meek Christian Are Wogast and Caroline b. Paulus David if Hunt and Della Fowler. Samuel Rufer and William nagely have formed a partnership and opened up the Blacksmith shop at rulers old stand his lot where he resides. They arc prepared to do general Bike Smith ing horse shoeing and All kinds steel work All which they guarantee first class. They respectfully solicit a share the Public patronage. Of tiie Case the Village new Philadelphia against Al. Kun lie came up for hearing before mayor Korns monday. Defendant was arraigned the charge disturbing the peace after night. The Case was tried to a jury and a verdict not guilty was rendered. Jas. T. Of Donnell appeared for defendant and the corporation was represented by John s. Graham. John Arn jr., died at the residence his parents in this place Friday evening last consumption aged 24 years. Deceased returned Home last Spring from a trip to California where he had gone for the Benefit his health but in a few months later was compelled to take his bed where he remained until served de with a summons from the reaper. Deceased was a Bright intelligent Young Man excellent traits character and Good qualities heart which won for him the esteem a Large Circle warm friends who will deeply regret the news his sad death. Just Over the threshold manhood with Bright anticipations life a future journey it is indeed sad to be so suddenly led away by the relentless hand death. In As Many years three sons have been taken from the family fireside by the same disease which has almost filled the cup sorrow for the bereaved ones. The funeral took place monday afternoon and was largely attended. Our people deeply sympathize with those who Are left to mourn his loss. Doii Urs the week. A Senate Bill was passed by the House monday increasing the pension soldiers and sailors who have lost both hands to $100 per month. Representative Springer monday introduced his omnibus Bill providing for an enabling act for the admission the territories Arizona Idaho and Wyoming As states the Union. Or. Frank Brown has purchased the grocery Stock . Geo. Hephinger and will continue business at the same stand. Frank is an affable fellow and will no doubt draw a Good Trade. Jacob Bippus is seriously ill at his residence in this place with asthma and dropsy. Jacob was a Good Soldier during the late War and no doubt contracted the nucleus his present disease while serving in the line his duty. The indications now Point to Ben Butterworth Cincinnati As the probable member Harrisons Cabinet from Ohio. Maj. Mckinley Canton is struggling for the speaker ship the next House Congress. Joseph Black Consul at Buda Perth appointed Jan. 11th �?T88, has been recalled for a similar Blunder to that sack vice West. It is High time minister and consuls learn to attend strictly to their own business. The rolling Mill started up again monday after being shut Down for a few weeks. Arrangements have been completed for constructing two additional Sheet Mills As the company now have More orders in that department than they Are Able to fill for some time to come. Five thousand Street car men m new York City went astride the 29th inst. They asked for $2.25 per Day ten hours work instead twelve hours. They attempted to run the cars with new men and the strikers interfered. A conflict with the police was the result. Anthony Sluthour formerly a resident new Philadelphia died at his Home in Indianapolis ind., last week Brights disease and dropsy. His remains were brought to this place for interment tuesday and the funeral ceremonies conducted by new Philadelphia Lodge i. O. It. F., which he i was a charter member. Deceased was aged Over 70 years. In a new York Case the supreme court holds that when an a solvent insurance company holds a mortgage executed by a person whom it has insured the insured person has the right in any action brought against him because the mortgage to claim a set Ofik equal to the equitable value his policy in the bankrupt insurance company. The charge using dynamite in the Bayou near hero was investigated by the county grand jury last week resulting in indictments being returned against mayor a. R. Crater Thomas Hartshon and Carlisle Crawford this place. Or. Crater gave bail in the sum $200 and messes. Hartshorn and Crawford $100 each for their appearance at . The present term common pleas court commenced Jan. 15th, and Only one Case has been tried to a jury that Staley is. Walton. The plaintiff entered suit to recover 5 per cent commission $22,000, amount received by Walton for his farm tiie Plains near this place. Staley claimed that he was agent for the Sale Walton a property but the jury it appears thought otherwise and returned a verdict in favor plaintiff for Only $27. Monday evening several our business men met at the mayors office to consult with three gentlemen from a Claire who Are looking up a suitable location for a stove foundry. Two j acres ground will he required for the Plant and projectors say they would employ about forty hands from the Start. They have been to Uhrichsville i and other Points but Are favourably in pressed with new Philadelphia and i surroundings but made no proposition i As to what Aid they would expect from j our citizens. They will go to Massillon and different places before making any further overtures to our people. Janies Ritson Uhrichsville who shot and killed the negro Gambler at Steubenville a few Days ago is running at Large $200 bail. According to that the co lord Many a hide is not valued very High in Steubenville. The negro had robbed Ritson while a Drunken spree. After Ritson sobered up enough to miss his Money lie charged the coloured Man with stealing it who denied it course and blamed it a Saloon keeper where they had been drinking. Ritson then asked the negro to lend him ins revolver to punish the Saloon keeper and As soon As he got his revolver they started together and As they got to the door the Saloon Ritson Drew the revolver borrowed and also his own and lived nine shots putting seven holes in the negro killing him instantly. The Money was found in the negroes pocket in his clothing at Home. The Betl Iune Kittle Maii rare. Harry Bethune the sprint was beaten by Littleman at Wichita kas., saturday. The Day was cold the crowd Small and the race Fine. When the pistol was fired Kittleman had at least 12 feet the Start Bethune. The latter gained him rapidly but not enough to win the race for when the Kansan struck the string with his breast the Canuck was three feet behind him. The race was run in 9 3-4 seconds. Another race to be run at Detroit for $1,000 a Side is being arranged. On thanksgiving Day Bethune was beaten in new Philadelphia by a Young Man from Toledo but now employed in Saunders Sbarber shop. The distance allowed by Bethune to his opponents in this race and the final result were about the same As at Wichita. Personal mention. James Ward and wife Are visiting friends at Niles. Our correspondents. Scientific miscellany. From Rush township. George Hasbrook Columbus was in town saturday. A is. A. W. Patrick returned Home last week from Chicago. Mrs. Woods Cleveland is visiting her Mother in Lockport. Siiss Annie e. Jones is visiting relatives at port Washington. Auditor Kinsey spent a few Days this week in Toledo business. Miss Carrie Geckeler Lockport is visiting relatives in Cleveland. Miss Vinnie Smith Uhrichsville visited miss Gertrude Spence a few Days last week. Mrs. John s. Graham spent the Sabbath with her sister mrs. Judge Albaugh at Canton. Miss Ella Johnson Uhrichsville was in attendance at miss Kate Welty a party the 24th. M iss Mary Meyers canal Dover spent Sabbath in this City the guest miss Maggie Sehl. Messes. Harry Ganzman and will Galvin Uhrichsville and Dennison spent thursday in our City. Mrs. Howard White Cleveland is visiting her parents . And mrs. John Coventry West High Street. Mrs. E. Ii. Burrell and children port Washington were the guests Lewis Jones and family last week. Charles keepers and wife Dennison spent the Sabbath with her parents a. Ii. Skinner and wife North sixth St. Misses Joe and Alice esp Icli after a weeks visit with their aunt mrs. Gus. Beyer have returned to their Home in Uhrichsville. Messes. Walter Taylor Cambridge Ira Everhart and . Douds Canton attended miss Kate Welty a party thursday the 24th. Or. And mrs. J. Ii. Booth entertained quite a number ladies and gentlemen at Tea saturday evening in Honor Rev. Simon and wife. Miss Nano Booth entertained a number her lady and gentlemen friends at her Home West Ray St., monday and wednesday evenings. The misses Tillie Senhauser and Maggie Zellner left Werta mesday this week for a two weeks visit with mrs. W. Ii. Nussdorfer at Cleveland. Or. And mrs. Or. Blickens Derfer Are spending a few Days with mrs. Bus Mother mrs. Helen Patrick before leaving for their Home in Oakland to. Miss Kate Welty entertained in elegant style about seventy five her lady and gentlemen friends last thursday evening at her Home West Ray St. J. Ii. Lukins Uhrichsville gave our Sanctum a Call wednesday. He is the Boss Shoemaker that town and is also Justice the peace. He says Uhrichsville is stuck in the mud. Miss Lutie Mille one the Cleverest , while playing an engagement it Boston this season with Pete bakery so Clu is and Lena co., received evening not less than ten Beautiful Floral pieces from her Many lady admirers. And during the excitement in the audience one Young lady threw her Glove the stage. Miss Miller will positively appear at music Hall thursday evening january 31st, feb. 1,2, if . B woes nut interfere she having n car e with . Baker for two Yea is Ami in intended to go to Europe starring wifi. Her and miss Miller not ishm me Ned to go to Europe can Celt it i m i engagement at Denver Colorado. In b since tried All the Best sour cities the country but pronounces Lutie i in t i it n them All. She will be is j ported by a Strong company including tiie Only rival K. Emmett As a Warbler . G. Robinson. She will open her engagement Here with a a Kitty introducing several new songs and dances. In her company you will find such metropolitan artists As miss Edna per Iii. Miss Etta Lewis miss m. Mcbride messes. J. James Douglas Kane Sturgis i. Baldridge w. Wilson t. W. Zola and g. Robinson. Thursday night will be ladies night. Seats now Sale at the usual place. Prices 15, 25, 35. The Plain dealer Jan. 30th, contains the following the explanation the samoan difficulty outlined elsewhere in a Telegram from Baltimore May be considered official not alone because it is based upon statements said to have emanated from the Secretary state but because the Baltimore Sun is understood to be Secretary Bayard a personal Organ. The situation is said to be this Germany has not insulted the american Ilag has not Given this country cause for War and the question is shall the United states fight to make Samoa Independent that question can be answered Only by Congress. Through cars to the inauguration. Born wednesday last to . And mrs. William simmers a son. Geo. M. Dearth is preparing for the erection a new residence. Mrs. Jesse r. Evans who for some time has been very Low is slowly improving. J. V. Mccue a thorough gentleman and staunch Democrat who for some years past has been employed by an individual whose idea was that employment constituted necessarily the ownership the Man a body soul and breeches has got tired being an unwilling dancer to an unprincipled Yahoo a music and Lias bought property in Gnadenhutten where he will shortly remove. This township has the Honor being the Home a Veteran two wars. His name is Samuel Hines and his age nearly four score years. He has always been an uncompromising Democrat. It appears this locality is rather Good ground to prolong the life disciples democracy. Two other gentlemen Are still Hale and Hearty who voted twice for general Jackson and for every democratic president Sinee . N. B. Kennedy and . John Huston father John s. Huston. The latter remarked when first informed Harrison selection a i done to believe it it is Only whig lies i know their tactics a All Honor to these sturdy followers Jefferson. Rush township thou Art a Daisy she has the prettiest girls in the county and possesses the most enterprising citizens. I will admit we have a few Cranks. But then again we have a township clerk who has attempted to annoy and persecute All our leading democrats. Another notable resident to and behold is a professional office seeker who a Hobby is the idea that his proper place is in the Ohio legislature. Ids fellow citizens have passed this illusion his several times but the thick Skull conceit and self arrogance this Jack in the Box is unable to grasp the situation. He says if the people Only knew his abilities they would not hesitate to elect him to this agreed where Echo answers Lunatic Asylum we will make a prediction and that is Tuscarawas county a democracy a majority whom As is Well known Are Liberal in their views will never be represented in the legislature by an individual who has been both sides the Fence All state questions and has for years done dirty and cowardly work democratic nominees who did not suit the Small Caliper his fancy. Holy Moses he could not be elected a Squire to say nothing seat warmer and salary drawer at Columbus. More anon. C. R. Iren. From Stone Cheek. Extinction plants. A committee the British association for the advancement science has reported eight five Flowers that have become completely practically extinct in Scotland. The White water Lily was curiously found to have been nearly exterminated in the Lochs about Dumfries by the ravages a single individual who has now been warned off the estates. A Plant which existed Only in one locality in the country the bog Methven was undoubtedly destroyed by a flock Black gulls which settled in the bog and devoured everything in the shape vegetation. Another Plant growing in Shingle the Bay Nigg was completely exterminated by the use the Shingle for Concrete piers and a grass which was confined to a Patch near Moray Frith was destroyed by tiie overturning a tree. The disappearance plants has been largely due to the injudicious nes botanists. An englishman s suggest Ion. The National museum at Washington having announced an intention opening a department for exhibiting balloons and apparatus for travelling in the air. Or. W. Brearey Secretary the aeronautical society great Britain questions the value the plan for the reason that the instructive results contained in unsuccessful models Are not Likely to be displayed by the disappointed experiments. He recommends that Congress endow a committee to conduct experiments upon the most promising suggestion for support and propulsion in the air believing that such work under the auspices the world respected smithsonian institution would be the most effective Aid that could to rendered toward solving the problems Aerial navigation. Saved tin value a farm. Sellers cough syrup Lias attained a reputation almost equal to Sellers pills and More could hardly be said any Medicine. The syrup should be kept in every family where there Are children and grown up people find it a most valuable Medicine for coughs cold liars Ness and Throat and lung diseases. The pills Are such a Standard remedy in some parts the country that a family never thinks being without them. Said an old gentleman in Eastern Maryland a Why in be raised my family Sellers spills and i consider them almost As essential to a family As bread. In the last thirty years they have saved me enough in doctors Bills to pay for a Star. 6m6 a Wall flies the Pennsylvania lines will sell excursion tickets at Low round trip rates and run through cars to Washington for the inauguration Gen. Harrison. Preparations already under Way indicate that the Pennsylvania management intends to surpass its record for the prompt Safe and satisfactory running trains in the care the enor Mous traffic Over the lines to the Capi tal. For full information apply to the nearest passenger ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines. Pennsylvania will pass prohibition the 18th next june. An abundance Snow fell last sunday afternoon but tiie softness underneath would not admit successful Sleigh ing. Adam Bucher has been promoted by the Amp m. Railway. He has formerly worked the Section but now he occupies the position As one the watchmen at Tunnel no. 4. This a change from hard labor to something easier. A worthy old gentleman this neighbourhood got a Little too much Rye juice saturday evening and while attempting to Cross the walk Over the Creek Between the town and the station he got out Ballance and fell headlong into the Creek. It was an unexpected Bath. The contractor the Tunnel ground removing operation was thrown into a Little trouble last week by a party Dover who had an attachment served for some his horses. As lie was wort i the Money without sacrificing his Stock he promptly settled the mat ter up. Such proceedings As these put a false blot a Many a character even he be Worth a million. A g. A. R. Question a will we have a quorum saturday evening d. Gruber W. Liollio win. Al Hood a a i and a Squire Brown attended common pleas court at new Philadelphia this week. By. Davis has purchased the Stein property and intends moving to this j place in the Spring. From Newport. Among Fly pests the Sand flies the egyptian deserts Are described by a late writer As taking the Palm. This observer passed fort Tel Al Kebir the Day after the Battle there in 1882, and asserts that he was compelled to Force his Way through a Wall flies which was a mile Long ten Yards High and forty Yards wide with a the flies so thickly massed that they might be said to be Riding one top the other and brushing each other Side by the sound was deafening and a heavy pressure was Felt As the terrified Pony was with the greatest difficulty made to struggle through the mass. Electric bitters. This remedy is becoming so Well known and so popular As to need no special mention. All who have used electric bitters sing the same song Praise. A purer Medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do All that is claimed. Electric bitters will cure All diseases the liver and kidneys will remove pimples boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent As Well As cure All malarial fevers. For cure headache consumption and indigestion try electric bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed Money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per Dottle at C. Miller amp songs drugstore. Silver toned rocks. Being a Patron your worthy paper i myself and knowing its extensive circulation in this part the county i thought perhaps a few items from this Vicinity would be interest to you and to your numerous readers. There has been a great Deal sickness in our Village recently More than a score cases typhoid fever four which resulted in death. At the present writing however it is sincerely hoped that the dread disease has taken its final exit. Mrs. Van Haines was taken dangerously ill last saturday. She is still in a very critical condition. Or. Joshua Davis from Indiana visited friends in this Vicinity last week. Or. Daniel Protzman Leesville Quot spent sunday with his sister mrs. Crea Ger this place. Our school is progressing under the efficient management prof. C. Guin ther assisted by miss Maggie Barger. Chap is an interesting teacher and promises to prove himself worthy the profession he has chosen. A Little girl came to . Raders one night last week. George set up the cigars so it is evident he intends to let her stay. Perhaps it would be Wise for the residents Newport to be More careful about their daily walk and conversation As there Are observers Ever the Alert ready to criticise with severity All who May be so unfortunate As to say do other than according to their views what May be right and thus cause a severe judgment to be passed upon the entire town the same to go towards furnishing articles for some the county papers. Newport though not a Money Rich place is made up principally Well to do generous hearted people who have adopted the principle a to live and let live to give for the Sake their own conscience a and not just merely for show to make a display in the county paper. A resident. Probate court. Near Dinan France in a picturesque spot the Shore the a Guenon Are some boulders amphibole a compound silicate Iron manganese and Lime which Are remarkable for the Silver sounds which May be obtained striking them with a piece Iron a fragment Stone. The most sonorous the specimens weighs some seventy live tons and from a Spur one end May be made to Vennt the tones a great Bell struck with a soft malic. The sound is less from other parts and varies in musical Quality to a Dull thud. The rocks appear to have been derived from an underlying stratum. The food White Caps have hone. Hillsboro o., Jan. 25. However unlawful their conduct it must be admitted that the recent acts the White Caps have worked a remarkable change in the habits Many individuals in this Section. Men who never worked before Are earning their bread by the sweat their brows Coal and Wood can now be left out at night in safety Chicken roosts As peacefully As though guarded by platoons police Farmers and manufacturers Are besieged for work by men who were formerly chronic loafers and in fact the moral improvement generally the Community is very marked. Consumption incurable. Read the following . C. H. Morns Newark ark., says a was Down with abscess lungs and friends and physicians pronounced mean incurable consumptive. Began taking . Kings new discovery for consumption am now my third bottle and Able to oversee the work my farm. It is the finest Medicine Ever Jesse Middlewart Decatur Ohio say$7 a a had it not been for . Kings new discovery for consumption i would have died lung troubles. Was Given up by doctors. Am now in Best try it. Sample bottles free at C. Miller amp songs drugstore. Notice is hereby Given that the following accounts and vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees and Assi flees have been filed in the office the judge the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio and will be for hearing saturday febuary 16th, 1889, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed final account and vouchers Samuel Brown guardian Charles 11. Brown. Final account and vouchers Michael Denzer administrator the estate Christian Denzer deceased. First account and vouchers Henry Porter guardian Amanda Narg Ney. Filial account and vouchers Solomon p. Miller administrator the estate Andrew Shrock deceased. Second account and vouchers Henry Porter administrator the estate Caroline Miskimins deceased. Sixth account and vouchers Charles p. Minnie one the executors the will John Minnie 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 Reed deceased. First account and vouchers Philip Shafer executor the will Gidius 1 Cinley deceased. First account and vouchers Franz Baker guardian Emma Baker. Third account and vouchers Samuel Rufer guardian Sarah j., Florence a. And Fiora a. Welch. Fourth account and vouchers Joseph Hoopengarner executor the will Francis putt deceased. Fourth account and vouchers John Machan and Robert Machan executors the will Samuel Machan deceased. F i a 1 Maccou n t and Vou pliers t h i As n. Mills administrator Anna Calli Han deceased. Final account and vouchers David Ervin guardian Robert g. Truman. First account and vouchers Jasper 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 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 Voelm guardian Charles l. Voelki. Final account and vouchers Samuel Schneiter guardian Flora Abbuhl. Final account and vouchers Jacob Yosim guardian Mary k. And John Voelm. 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 it. Romig and George w. Tape executors the will Henry Romig deceased. Final account and vouchers Susan Heck administer matrix the estate John m. Heck deceased. First account and vouchers John w. Goudy guardian Laura a., John a. And Catharine s. Vainer. 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 Moses i. Ilo Hstetler administrator the estate Isaac Ilo Hstetler deceased. Final account and vouchers l. A. Cornet Assignee John a. Roenbaugh. Final account and vouchers Philip a. Garner and r. Kapuzky executors the will John Fulk deceased. First account and vouchers Albert Blickens Derfer guardian William 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 Gordon 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 Ltd 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. Lender and a. It. Ile linger administrator the estate Mary Zeigler deceased. 1 Hird account and vouchers David Limbaugh guardian George a. Lim Baugh. Second account and Vou Chers Louis Klein administrator with the will annexed the estate Samuel Wenger deceased. Sixth account and vouchers H. Hoover and Charles Hummell executors the will Frederick Hummell 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 couts executor the will James Mccue deceased. Final account and vouchers Christian Fisher executor the will Jacob Deitz deceased. Final account anti vouchers Jacob Hambach executor the will vend Elin Hambach deceased. Final account and vouchers James Johnson administrator the estate Mary Mackey deceased. I Inal account and vouchers Nathan m. Mccrary guardian Alice m. Frase. Final account and vouchers Samuel Brown guardian Charles . J. W. Yeagley probate j Udo be. Jam Lay 22, 1s89. 5w4 i exactly six weeks . Harrison will be president. It will not then take Long for the German government to learn that the United states has some rights in Samoa which even bismark is bound to Independent. If the blowing paper Republican editors would bring bismark to time then the incoming administration would be historical for its valor. We give general Harrison greater credit than to think he would take Steps that might Compromise the United states government without first investigating and civilly demanding retribution for wrongs committed if any. Political Zeal and party prejudice very frequently blinds some the patriotic republicans to the Wise and judicious acts our present incumbent. In fact it Lias become quite epidemic. Hence we Are not surprised at such extravagant assertions. State weat Lier Bureau. The establishment a weather service in each state to cooperate with the National service is urged by prof. E. Nipher. Such organizations could better study local climate and could thoroughly distribute the predictions required by local industries. In 1893 the Telephone will become Public property when every farm May put in communication with the county seat at Small expense and May receive weather intelligence promptly. Prof. Nipher believes that this will he done and that it can Best be done through plans worked out by state directors. After darkness Anu ii lit. 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 Suc Cessill operation. J. A Tob hence 62 years old. Bell Center Logan co., dec. 21. 4w4 smut Ion Isle allow a cough to run until it gets beyond the reach Medicine. They often say a a it will Wear away a but in most cases it wears them could they be induced to try tie successful Medicine called Kempis b islam which is sold a positive guarantee to cure they would immediately see excellent effect after taking the first dose. Price 50 cents and $1. Trial size free. At All druggists. 46yl strange but Trio. I have been under . Same a treatment for deafness the past two months. I was very hard hearing and for the time i have been under treatment 1 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 Dee. 24, 1888. 4w4 tio Hom Eliest Man in new i As Well As the handsomest and others Are invited to Call any druggist and get freest trial bottle Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs a remedy that is Selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to relieve and cure All chronic and acute coughs asthma bronchitis and consumption. Largo let bottles 50 cents and $1. 46yl houses for Sale. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. Farmers Jefferson township will please take notice that we will run our chopping Mill every tuesday each week. Your patronage is solicited. Yours respectfully 5w3 Brown amp Regula. For Sale. A Good second hand Phaeton cheap enquire at times office. 5w3

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