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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 7, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times Pebb Ashud Kekry thursday. One Dol Lar per year in a0vance. Best advertising medium in Tild c ii pity. Books Bill a a a posters printing 01 every done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times. The a a times advertising rates. Spank. Limo. 3 to. 1 yer. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column one column. I 200 .1 8 00 3 2 it 5 7 50 12 50 22 501 3 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 40 00 3 5 00 15 he 22 50 4c 0 75 00 bus Ness notices ten cents per line t volume View Philadelphia o., thursday March number 11. Is Siuess thru Ctorn. John w. Nixon m. I physician and surgeon. Office Cuth Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker Tolyl f a Parks m. It. Physic i an and surgeon. Ill cars Dav night empty answered. Office in tile Patrick building South a Roadway. Residence two Voois Sottili c amp p 49 prances Romig. 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 and John us counties. Office up stairs opposite courthouse North Broadway. 47y 1 j h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl game Al Moolten. Attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care la Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties. Will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. To sell Urpi Iyo 4 Quot livery amp feed stable Phillips Burgh Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 25. 44m�?~3 Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises ores 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 satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6y2 executors notice. The undeusu1ned is the let Laley appointed and duly qualified executor the last will am testament Jacob Opp late Tuscarawas county deceased. All persons interested will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. John a Kennedy executor. January 17,1389. 5w3 Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 108 water 8t., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock ii. Viluan jr.,Chari, Babcock ii. A. Bishop hard wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Afat Fua did by Tibia Brand by roasted Coffee. 2fyl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. 11. T. A taxis proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout pleasant rooms. Table film Elass. Prices the Chelate. Bus to Atid for Iii tub eats. 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 the act Ual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. Office Over Loutzenhiser s 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 working and feed Mills shafting. Pulleys belting and Mill supplies. Also a Large lot Good second hand engines and other machinery very cheap. Harmes Macii Ink depot.7 a 99 first ave., Pittsburgh a. 4svl Money to loan first mortgage farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More and for sums $1,000 and upwards. Privilege making partial payments Sloo 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. H. Ross Gene a agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 42nn> october 11, 1ss8. For ? 7.50 a first class round trip ticket Good for 90 Days with Stop Over privileges can be obtained from St. Paul to great Falls Montana Tho coming manufacturing Centre the Points East and South. Rates correspondingly As Low will be named to Points in Minnesota and Dakota upon puget sound and the Pacific coast. For further particulars address d. It. Mcginnis trav. Passenger agent Columbus Ohio H. War Hen general passenger agent. St. Paul Minn. Co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray. A magnificent a the Montana 1�?. J 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 great Falis Helena amp Botte for maps and general information inquire your own ticket f. I. Whitney Geum a Pas. And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. Sew Philadelphia times. Jamuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday aia Iuah 7, Irto. Linn Noel plock second Al but a fir a St. Population new p Tula Delphi a 4,500 flt the new times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year to Advance. .______.,.1.00 if not paid within three to 3 150 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter order to the address the proprietor. A a matter intended for publication. To the 1 . Thu inauguration. General Harrison was inaugurated president monday while the tears heaven were pouring Down upon the assembled multitude. The Day was a most unfavourable one vet the gathering was the largest Ever witnessed at the Capitol. The dampness the Day must have cooled the ardor and enthusiasm that would otherwise have been displayed. President Harrison read his address. He planted himself the Protection theory As would naturally be expected lie was pledged to that pol Icv and could not now escape from it. _ i 1 he gives corporations a shot in the following language a a if our great corporations would More scrupulously observe their Legal limitations and duties they Wotila have less cause to complain the unlawful limitations their rights violent interference with their that is the truth Well put if president Harrison really meant it. A retrospective View four years from now will determine whether corporations Are required by the present administration to observe properly their Legal limitations rights. The president pledges himself to civil service Reform and if not overpowered by the Hurd office seekers will no doubt carry out the civil service principles. So much for his courage i declare intentions. We will Trust to the future for a full development these pledges the Ltd dress As a whole is fair and reasonable the following from one our exchanges so fully and clearly expresses our views the subject that we copy it without comment you have an undoubted right to Stop a newspaper when you feel disposed upon payment All Arra rages. Do not hesitate to do so account a a tenderness for the editor. Done to you suppose he would quit buying sugar you meat clothing dry goods Etc., if he thought he was not getting his Money a Worth and Why Sli onid you not exercise the same privilege with him and when you discontinue a paper do so manfully. Done to be so spitefully As to throw it Back to the postmaster with a contemptuous a i done to want it any longer a and have a a refused written the margin and have the paper returned to the editor. No gentleman Ever stopped it in that Way no matter if his head is covered with Gray hair that should to honorable. If you do net longer wish to receive a newspaper write a note to the editor like a Man saying so and be sure that arrearage Are paid. This is the Way to Stop a newspaper. A citizen Marionville mo., writes to the third assistant postmaster general asking to be appointed postmaster his town when the term the incumbent expires. He says he is a a Black Republican was Horn Black and never voted any but the Republican he closes his plaintive plea in verse the first four lines containing More truth than poetry when a majority vote you figure you can to get there without the Nigger. But if there is an office to bestow then you severely let the Nigger go. A Plain Washington March 4. At the night session sunday senator Riddleberger was drunk and noisy. His interruptions became so frequent and loud that he was forcibly removed by the sergeant. It was the first time that a senator was Ever ejected from the Senate forcibly and it created great excitement. Riddleberger a wife and daughter fainted in the gallery at the sight. _ j. Bowman the tax inquisitor employed by the commissioners Jefferson county has added about $2,000,000 to the tax duplicate that county and put $20,000 into the county Treasury. On the latter sum he receives a commission 20 per $4,000 in Carrol chronicle. Richard Piggott the perjured and for Gerer who was used As a tool by the London times in the Parnell suit committed suicide when arrested to answer for his crime. He was arrested in Madrid. A Telegram from him to the London times solicitor revealed his whereabouts. A now steel Bridge is to be constructed Over the Ohio River at Wheeling below the present suspension Bridge it will have two spans. There will he Street cars from the Citto the Island. The British government has appoint Ted sir Julian Fann Cefole As British minister to the United states. He succeeds lord Sackville West who meddled with politics too much. The editor the Mineral Pointer May be said to an Equality with governor Foraker been snubbed. The Only difference it was not by a roman. The Ohio Senate Defeated the two cent Railroad fare Bill. Rich corporations Are a a heavy weights a and always Knock the people out. The first submarine telephonic Cable a about thirty Miles Long is being Laid Between Buenos Ayres and Montevideo. Doing the week m is. Rent entertained a Large party friends saturday evening last. Miss Gertrude Spence entertained a number her Young friends tuesday evening. The progressive euchre party met at the residence miss Bssie Hoover last Friday evening. The Domestic. Club furnished machines last week mrs. O. Ii. Hoover and mrs. Henry Bowers. The following marriage licenses have been granted Charles Schott to Mary Charles Koonrod to Mary s. Osborn. Go to the 1 Church to night. A Good social time and a Good supper. Contribute your mite to a Good cause. The times office is the place to get a first class Job printing done. Orders by mail promptly filled As cheap As though you were Here in person. Or. We Bland Lyons Kansas has bought the grim Lotel located South Broadway and will take Possession the same some time this month. The protracted meeting is still going at the disciples Church this City j and several accessions have been made. Rev. J. K. Pounds is assisting Rev. Dodd. Go to the times office for Sale Bills Large posters. We Are now prepared to get out any sized poster As stir press is As Large As any in town at reasonable rates. Rev. Or. Smith president Scio College will preach in the m. E. Church next sunday at 10.30 a. M., after which the sacrament till administered. He will also preach at 7 In. Mrs. Cora l. Stockon wife Mason Stockon Carrollton in an action against her husband for Alimony was the 28th ult., decreed the sum $22,500 and a drug store and a lot personal property l 1 2 a a a. A the methodist ladies Are making preparations for their annual easter festival april 19th, 1889. They will have coloured eggs for Sale with some other articles both useful and ornamental. George Miller sent to the Penitentiary from this county about a year ago has become instr in. Sheriff Bowers will bring him Back to new Philadelphia for an inquest lunacy preparatory to taking him to the Asylum. The project to establish a Normal school at this place is receiving considerable encouragement and will doubtless be a Success. Nothing better for the town. A Little perseverance and the object will be accomplished. Or. And mrs. Peter Dick were surprised by a party friends taking Possession their room and preparing sumptuous repast for their pleasure and enjoyment. We arc informed All present had a delightful time. The Ohio Senate killed the two cent a mile Bill wednesday. They help it the Republican party a a is built that they All had free passes to the inauguration in their pockets when they voted the chronicle. The a Pickle Jar in the Possession mrs. J. H. Boothe who has been taking guesses the number it contained at a Nickle a guess for the Benefit the Church Organ fund was finally handed Over to the successful Guesser . C. Ackey the number being 53, the about $4.80 a Young lady by the name Mosher who lived with her Mother East front Street died thursday morning last consumption. She had been ill several months. She was a highly respected lady. Her remains were interred in new Philadelphia cemetery sunday. Rev. Or. Vincent who lectures in the m. E. Church Friday evening 8th inst., is a brother Bishop j. H. Vincent Chautauqua Fame. He has been pastor prominent churches in Philadelphia Denver and other places. He is now pastor the first Church Akron. He will arrive at 12.20 Friday and will be the guest Rev. J. Keyes during his stay. All should go and hear his lecture. A Man by the name James lint Ern Pike run this county met with a sudden death saturday last. He was a Miner and had prepared a charge to shoot Down a lot Coal and left the room. He returned to the room probably thinking the fuse had gone out in time to be caught. The shot crushed ins Skull with the Force the Coal and buried him underneath a mass it. Coroner Downey held an inquest saturday. Leesville Carroll county has quite a sensation. Some weeks ago the store and undertaking establishment . James a. Rippeth burned Down. The insurance company suspected a a foul play and set a detective to work to find the perpetrator the deed. On tuesday last week Deputy sheriff George arrested . Rippeth a warrant charging him with setting fire to his store. He gave bail in the sum $1,000, for Liis appearance. The a a Confederate spy a local Talent under the auspices the sons veterans Camp this place will he played in music Hall March Lgth. It is full pleasing situations grand climaxes Beautiful Tableaux comedy and pathos. One feature this play will be the rendition All tie old War songs. The incidents Are All taken from the late War and will be put in proper shape and costumes. Look out for hand Hills. Una Lai de letters. The following not unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office March 2 18s91 Percy Tunille de. Billins Bee Amanda Wolfe d. G. Johnson Ida Fones Rebecca Johnson Carrie Williams Aida Meese g. Schweitzer jr., Louis wern Ger Catharine Fisher Mollie Huren John Harris. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. Please say a a e. P. Deg zip A sensible Man would use Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs. It is curing More cases coughs. Colds asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung troubles than any other Medicine. The proprietor has authorized any druggist to give you a Sample bottle free to convince you the Merit this great remedy. Large bottles 50c and $1. Rook finding. Magazines music periodicals Law and medical books ruling and Blank books made to order at the lowest possible rates. Missing numbers supplied. J. J. Hoppinger amp co., Cor. Seneca and Long St., Cleveland February 21. 3m9. A i Iglitz. Niel March 4. It is rumoured that a fight has occurred in samoan Waters Between an american Man War and the German Corvette Olga. The american is said to have fired the first 6hot. For Sale a will Trade for Good town property a 40 acre tract Good Hill land 30 acres it Good Timber 10 acres cleared no buildings. 4j foot vein Coal under the whole tract situated about s Miles North Trenton Tuscarawas county. For further information Call at the times office. If any our readers desire steady paying work we advise them to write j. E. Whitney nurseryman Rochester new York for terms to agents As he furnishes Fine outfits free. His Stock is warranted and prices reasonable. Experience is not needed. 46wl2 for Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town 600 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas count a. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can be had at the times fice. _ for Sale 207 acres half mile West Aurora Centre two Good houses barns granary living water Etc. Terms easy. C. W. Amp Mcc. Ii urd 102 amp 104 water St., Cleveland 6w3 having disposed my property and am going out business will sell my entire Stock buggies at Cost All my own make. Chas. Ii out new Philadelphia 9wl2 any person in need a first class typewriter should not fail to write to j. W. Rolli Stone Creek o., for catalogue and Sample writing the world typewriter. Priees$10 and $15. Elizabeth Opp will sell at Public Sale the premises saturday March 16th, 18s9, the House and lot West front Street known As the Henry Opp property. This is a Good Chance to get a cheap Home. Doings the week. T Eric exclaims were Al Lowed by the Beir quarterly session this week we. Linden two killed wounded four $15. Fred. Dribble one killed nine wounded James d. Mills eleven killed eight wounded $92.50 Isaac True one killed thirteen wounded $l0. Coventry amp simmers thirty killed fourteen wounded. Junkins Wambaugh fifty killed six wounded $200. John English four killed five wounded $?9�nq. James w. Mcpherson two killed six wounded $17. A. F. Mcpherson two killed two Woun led,v$8. Isaac we. Waddington Twenty Seyen killed five wounded r. Gartril one killed two wounded $7. Jacob Muskoff one killed $3. Adinor Joshua Gooding four killed one wounded $15.50. F. Amp w. Waddington five killed $20. I. So w. Wadington ten killed four wounded $38. F. Or w. Waddington 19 killed six wounded $$4 we. Wallace 18 killed six wounded $84. Lambert Fribley four killed sixteen dollars. Thomas Brock two killed six dollars. H. E. Cole one killed three dollars and fifty cents. J. D. Balliett 20 killed eighty dollars. W. D. Stiffler 40 killed 5 wounded $150. Adam Regula 1 killed 1 wounded eight dollars Metzgar 2 killed 4. Wounded nine dollars. C. I. Kinsey 1 killed two dollars and fifty cents. Z. P. Sparks 2 killed 12 wounded Twenty dollars. James a Oie a ii killed. 2 wounded thirty two dollars and eighty Cenicik Thomas l. Minnie 1 killed 1 wounded eight dollars. George Van Fossen 3 killed 6 wounded fifteen dollars. Adam Froelich 1 killed 4 wounded fifteen dollars James Wright 2 killed 8 wounded went seven dollars Shadrack Cope 2 killed 6 wounded twelve dollars. Charles Bartles 2 killed 6 wounded fourteen dollars. 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 f. C. Miller amp son druggist. For Sale.�?20 acres land situated in Goshen township Tus. Co., Ohio. Large Frame House Good stable and outbuilding Orchard apples pears peaches Etc. This property is within a Quarter a mile the Goshen Coal works. These works Are owned and operated by one the Best companies in Ohio. Property Well situated for a boarding House. Twenty thousand Bank pos scan be made from the Prem ses and which find ready Sale. Apply at the times office to Henry Burton the premises. Oct. 4. 41 m6 a great Surprise is in store for All who use Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs the great guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it is sold its merits and that any druggist is authorized by the proprietor this wonderful remedy to give you a Sample bottle free it never fails to cure acute chronic coughs. All druggists sell Kempis Balsam. Large bottles 50 cents and $1. Hardware store for Sale. The entire Stock goods the hardware store the undersigned is offered for Sale to any one wanting to invest in the business easy terms payment. Location Good and the Only hardware store in the town Shanes Ville. No other one nearer than canal Dover Millersburg except Baltic For further particulars Call address f. D. S i fee Shanesville Ohio. Ilw3 for rooms Kitchen and use cellar. John a. Himes age to. Ilw2. From Otto no Creek plenty mud in the roads. I. Up cafe Sterns to fee no to the shoot no work at Tunnel is Pio Giehr so Fly. Harmon Torgier had bad Luck at the Tunnel. First he was hit with a Sledge while holding a Drill Tho one striking being a poor Marksman. Then he got a kick from Ohe the horses. The horse was a Good Marksman for he hit fete he wanted to. Mrs. Leah Kabus Ilfe the late Robert Kabus who died the 2nd 6i March 1885 at the Goldie re a Home at Dayton and who was chaplain in the late War now receives a pension $20 per month from the time the death her husband. Mrs. K. Has been very needy support Smice Ali death receiving but a Samll amount from tie county indigent fund. To get $900 in a pile will help a poor woman consider 1 f a a1 \ mrs. Eli Brehier and 5r2, a. P Murphy Are the sick list. Attempt was made to sell the Gasser House at Public Sale saturday last. As the bids did not reach the amount required by . Gasser the Sale was indefinitely postponed. John Buss has been improving his residence by adding a neat portico. The building i5 for rent. Miss Mary Boyd will this week move into the Arbogast dwelling to make room for i Davis who has purchased the property in which she now lives. Gilmore gleanings. Muddy roads again in order. Mrs. Jas. H. Mccullough is very ill Alt present writing. Or. J. J. Gooding has been the sick list for he pact four five Days. Rev. Shuman closed his revival meetings at m. E. Church last thursday evening. Rev. Conaway is at Birmingham but dog fit a Fries meetings at the m. E. Church. Rev. Ross port Washington occupied the pulpit at West Union yester Ter Day in absence Rev. Conaway. V. A. Faucett and a a buds Watson each rejoice in recent additions to the family Circle a the former a boy and the latter a girl. Charles Snyder has sold his interest in the Carriage ships to Kinsey amp Kail who will transform the same into furniture and undertakers works As they have recently started in that business. Acme Lodge no. 290, k. Of p., turned out in full Force at the institution a Lodge at Tippecanoe last thursday. Thirty three sir knights went to participate in the proceedings and returned loud in the Praise Tippecanoe a hos Italy. Pickwick. For next two weeks i will offer Wall paper at retail at wholesale Price to make room for papers coming in. My Racks Are now full the floor full and counters full and More coming and must make room. We will offer you Brown at eight cents a double Roll. White at ten cents a double Roll. Mica at 12$ cents a double Roll. Gilt at 12j cents a double Roll. Gilt at 20 cents a double Roll. Gilt at 25 cents a double Roll. Gilt at 30 cents a double Roll. Gilt at 35 cents a double Roll. Gilt at 40 cents a double Roll. Gilt at 65 cents a double Roll. Samples will be sent by mail if you state Price and whether for room Hall ceiling and enclose 10 cents to pay postage. Forty thousand Rolls paper m Stock and to come in. E. Wells new Philadelphia Ohio. Ilw2 Eup Opsy. Personal mention. D. C. Gentsch Washington is n f this City. Scientific thoughts. No tin dts in Kansas. Mrs. Ii. P. Fribley Washington Eity. Is sojourning at Frank Cody Cleveland is visiting friends in this City. Miss Pat Mitchell is visiting relatives at Riand Esburg Mrs. Jas. F. Stephenson is visiting friends at Washington City. George dear Boffoly Cleveland is visiting his parents in this City. Mrs. Charles keepers Dennison is visiting her parents in this City. Jessie Rhodes Rind Semerj t Ibbie visiting an Uncle in Washington Eily miss Ida Shriver is visiting her sister Are Fie Orpa Dunmire at Mansfield The Senate has pay amp fear who Bill to prevent trusts combinations fid Pool and it becomes a Law. It provides that All arrangements contracts agreements trusts combinations Between persons corporations made with a View which tend to prevent full and free Competition in the importation transportation articles imported into this state in the product manufacture and Sale Domestic raw material for the use Money to fix attorney fees and All arrangements trusts combinations Between persons corporations designed which tend to Advance the Cost to the consumer any such articles which tend to Advance control the rate interest for the loan use Money to the Borrower in arc Are declared to be against Public policy until and void. The Bill provides a penalty and a Fine not to exceed $1,000 for violation the Snow spirits. Written for the t 3e#, by miss Helen E. Mccombs Cleveland visited friends in new Philadelphia Over Sabbath. O. E. Dixon will visit his father and Mother thursday and Friday this week. Or. Harry Kurtz left for Leetonia Friday to resume his study Medicine. Miss Becca Van Pennsylvania is visiting her sister mrs. Jessie Thornburgh. M iss it. E. Reed Monroe mich., is the guest miss Marne Custer the Avenue . Thos. Moore Tuscaloosa Illinois visited his Uncle Trio. Moore the past week. Mrs Amelia Woods Cleveland is visiting her a Isief mrs Helen Dick West Ray Street. Miss Ella Mailick Cumberland is visiting her sister mrs. James Minnis South Broadway. Or. And mrs. John Arnold Zanesville Are visiting her parents Philip Gintz and wife this City. J. N. Strickmaker photographer returned Home monday last from a weeks visit at Bluffton and mrs. Oliver Knisely leave today thursday for a visit with . Ike Knisely and wife Toledo. Miss Zua Becher and miss Helen keel Bolivar were the guests miss Laura Kennedy the past week. Or. And mrs. A. T. Ready gave a very enjoyable Tea party at their residence West High Street Friday evening. Mrs. Jacob Degrief has been spending the past week with her daughter mrs. Charlie Zellner West Ray St. Or. J. Burry attended the inauguration ceremonies at Washington this week and in buying goods in the East. Miss Carrie ii out who has been visiting her Friend miss Beck Morehead Uhrichsville the past week has returned Home. Or. C. C. Alward who is travelling for the dry goods firm Calhoun Bros amp co. Of new York spent a few Days in this City. Or. David Tappan Wheeling w. Ya., combined business with pleasure and gave his Many friends a Surprise in the shape a visit. Or. And mrs. Jacob Eisher Victor Iowa Are in this City visiting friends. The came to attend the funeral miss Mosher sister mrs. Eisher. Miss Nano Boothe who has been visiting miss to. Holloway Canton for the past ten Days has returned Home delighted with her visit and the Young Canton ians. Died mrs. Or. I. Ii. Herron new Cumberland died tuesday morning Haemorrhage the lungs aged 30 years. She was confined to her bed but four Days. Anderson Maughiman Sherrodsville o., died at his Home March 4th, heart and Throat trouble. He was confined to his bed about ten Days. He was buried at Zion lutheran Church tuesday March 6th. He was aged 40 years. We. W. Simmers died at his Home near Lockport March 3rd, 1889, aged 28 years 6 months and 13 Days. He leaves a wife and one child one child having passed before. Lie had been a constant sufferer for four years but that most dreaded disease consumption was the cause his death. His remains were deposited in the new Philadelphia cemetery. The funeral services where held at Lockport m. E. Church which he was a member. H. A. Dowling the u. B. Church conducted the services. The last months his life were months great suffering. He enjoyed a Rich religious experience and was fully ready to depart and be with Christ. He gave a. Very Bright evidence his acceptance with god and died with the full As Eurence Faith. Nothing gave him so much Consolation in his last Days As music Ane religious conversation. He rests from the toils and anxieties life and All that is immortal will has gone to the realm glory and immortality. Ilis funeral was very largely attended by friends and relatives. Thus As wave succeeds wave to the sea Shore so Are we following one after another to the narrow limits the Tomb. His death was peaceful and triumphant. Com. a hairy people. A remarkable hairy family has Long existed at the court Burmah tee lord Crawford saw shwe Maong the first described the family in 1824. A hairy daughter now sixty four years old and a hairy grandson the hairy shwe Maong and his Beautiful wife still survive a hairy great granddaughter having died last year. Several other children the family have shown a tendency to develop the peculiarity but died when quite Young and others have exhibited Only Normal harness. The surviving Man is thickly covered with coarse Goat like hair the entire face neck shoulders breast and spine and with a kind Down two inches Long the limbs. The hair hiding the woman a face is much finer resembling that the Spaniel. Neither has hair the hands and feet. They have no molar Teeth and in the upper jaw have Only a get two first incisors and two canines. A a the new Cabinet. All doubt set at rett and the slate a arranged will stand. Wash Egton March 5. President Harrison to Day sent the Senate the following nominations i Secretary state James g. Blaine Maine. Secretary the Treasury a William Windom Minnesota. Secretary War Redfield Proctor Vermont. Secretary the Navy Benjamin f. Tracy new York. Secretary the Interior John w. Noble Missouri. Postmaster general a John Wana maker Pennsylvania. Attorney general a. H. H. Miller Indiana. Secretary agriculture Jeremiah Rusk Wisconsin. Chemistry to Day. The subject the Constitution Structure chemical compounds states prof. Ira Remsen at present receives More attention from working chemists than any other and this has been the Case Ever since chemistry came to be a science. Hopeful attempts Are being made to go so deeply into the Structure matter As to determine the shape its minutest particles and to solve the problem the arrangement and connection the atoms in the molecule. The chemical act itself is being studied in investigation into such matters As the Speed chemical action Tho influence mass upon chemical reactions and Tho relations Between the Phenomena heat and electricity and chemical action. The Safe to explosive. Wet compressed gum Cotton is the safest High explosive yet produced says . Karl Rohrer u. N. It can be readily and safely transported by any conveyance and is eminently convenient to handle store. It can he sawed turned Cut and bored easily and safely and the turnings outings and brings May be worked Over. Dry compressed gum Cotton which need form Only a Small percentage any charge is safer than Gunpowder. Land for Hale. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. I Omed and Brown the giant tree stood Orf against the sky while win act Wirds through leafless boughs sobbed this wild Melody faded and Brown and worn blown by the Gusty storm Bare and forlorn. Autumn but changed thee Majestic one gilded thy enamelled Crown but Winter with careless ruthless hand tossed All the Golden Down left thee bereft and old out in the bitter cold shorn thy Gold. Sadly the last old shrivelled Leaf dropped from its Little Stem and rolled away while the Parent tree wailed for its diadem wailed for what once had been sobbed for the Gold and Green now but a dream Mournful the leafless Botthaf stood out dim the evening sky a Quiva ring giant Skeleton haunted with misery sighing amid the Wolef a a gone Are the Days old a gone Green and Gold. Up went the Wail to the Cloudy skies borne the wings night and amid the Roar the wintry wind fluttered the flakes White fluttered and leaped and fell casting a Mystic spell dancing Pell Mell. Over the Bare and leafless boughs hovered the fairy forms laughed that thou Gold and Green were gone they mocked the Winter storms and cried a to tree so cold weep not for Days old for Green and Gold. Our love shall warm thy Frozen heart and teach thee Dearest tree that buds shall burst when Spring appears warmed by our sympathy until each leafless Stem bursts and thou Hast again thy wrapped in its fairy Ghostlike Robe the tree in silence stands no Wail no sob it towers erect Clad in its snowy bands silent amid the cold a till summer and autumn unfold Crown Green and Gold. Folke Stom England. Court common pleas. Proceedings. Assignment court cases. A Liberal offer. Any person sending us one new subscriber to the new Philadelphia times for one year can have either the following periodicals for one year at the reduced Price in the right hand column. If you wish one the papers named below at these Low figures Send the amount together with $1.00 for the times. The subscribers for the times must be new ones and not transferred from one member a family to another. Address All orders to newspaper subscription Agency Stone. Creek Ohio. Left hand column is publishers Price $1 50 american agriculturist $1 20 1 00 Cleveland Plain dealer. 1 00 a a Leader. 3 00 a a press daily. 1 15 Cincinnati enquirer. 00. A a times. 00 a a come a Gazette 50 Chicago Ledger lit. 00 Detroit free press. 00 Dairy world. 00 fireside companion. 50 farm journal. 3 00 Golden Days. 1 10 household Brattle Borough. 4 00 harpers Magazine. 1 1 3 90 90 00 00 85 90 25 90 80 25 25 25 90 25 4 00 a a weekly. 3 45 4 00 a a Bazar. 3 45 2 00 a a Young people 1 70 3 00 new York ledge. 2 50 3 00 a a weekly. 2 50 1 00 11 world. 90 5 00 puck. 4 00 1 00 Pittsburg Chron. Telegraph. 85 4 00 police Gaz. Or sports a world 3 25 3 00 saturday night. 2 25 prices other papers application. We handle leading German papers. A Harrap Parer have her life. We will offer at Public Sale in Fari Field township Tuscarawas county o., tuesday March 19th, 1889, the real estate Bezaleel Waltz deceased containing about 150 acres. Sale to be the premises Between the hours 9 clock a. And 1 clock Alvin Waltz executor. March 1, 1889. A 11 w2 fee Jean doctors Are said to have great Faith in Massage which they have practice from time immemorial and have taught to the samoans and the tongans. The rubbing and needing the affected part is sometimes continued for hours stimulating the circulation and relieving the pain. Italy has each year nearly 300,000 cases typhoid fever with 27,000 deaths according to prof. Ruata. A third the population reaching the age forty five have the fever and More than three per cent die from it in some localities. A much better preservative food than the boric acid Etc., now used for keeping fish should be had in sterilized inf sorial Earth in the opinion prof. P. Wagge the norwegian chemist. Enormous deposits the Earth were discovered in Norway last year. A Mountain Iron Ore 200 feet High and a Square mile in area has been found by . Noetling the Indian geological Survey among the Shan Hills upper Burmah. The Ginseng China a Plant to which the chinese ascribe such remarkable Virtues As the renewing Youthful vigor is said to be in such demand that the Root has sold for More than $200 an ounce. 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 wa3 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 her 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. H. Cole druggist fort Smith. Trial bottles this wonderful discovery free at f. C. Miller amp son drug store _ sated the value a farm. Sellers cough syrup has 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 hours 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 essential to a family As bread. In the last thirty years they have saved me enough in doctors Bills to pay for a Star. Gmo for Sal it. A farm Twenty acres situated in Rush township eight acres cleared and remainder in Timber. Lays Well and is Good soil. It is known As the Rufus Walton tract. For further information inquire the owner Norman Rupert mud Bud. Valley. I0wl2 tuesday March 12. Edward Mccrew v John i. Bailey. Wednesday March 13. Receiver the Corn City a co. V Joseph m. Stoutt and others. Thursday March 14. Cleveland Lorain is Wheeling r. R., v Andrew Deis. John Sattler . V b. J. Johnston. William f. Walter v William l. Davis. Friday March 15. Mary d. Myers v the i corp. I i. Uhrichsville. Saturday March 16. John l. Kennedy v Charles e. Holden. Remus k. Gar Trcoli v John Myers. Anna i. Peffer v Martha a. Ganz Nian. City Bank amp co. V Joshua Hensel. Cyrus Roth v John t. Simmers. Rosa Engler v John j. Engler. Lottie b. Glass v Jacob l. Glass. J. C. Rouch v Al. E. Sinnock. Lambert frilly v the Ohio Farmers insurance co. Tuesday March 19. Henry s. Render v the i corp. Vil., Mineral City. Robert Render y Marion d. Skeels. Sharp amp songs v Tho new Philadelphia pipe works co. Simon j. Beck v William e. Beck. The merchants National Bank Indiana v Archilus Weintz. T. D. Healea v n. B. Kennedy. A wednesday March 20. Floyd Minnis v Allice Minnis. Jennie Bailey v Rezin m. Myers. Thursday March 21. David Strawn v Jacob a. Strawn. Sarah j. Smitley v Jacob Smitley. Philip Smitley v Jacob Smitley. John Williams v Theo. Ervin. Ruth d. Willard v the new Philadelphia pipe works co. James l. Steart v new Philadelphia pipe works co. Friday March 22. John Orr amp songs v h. A. Cessner. Judgment for plaintiffs. Mary Helsdorfer v Henry Geib. Jacob Ruker v Charles Groff. Albert Bates v William Willigman. Andrew Yakley v Peter Lantz. Ohio complaint Olive Yoder v Thomas Osborne. Confirmations. Nancy Wallace v Joseph Wallace. We. B. Thompson v we. E. Foster. Cases continued. James Acken v Richard Anderson. Ida Carnaham v Rebecca read. Ohio complaint Ann Beers v Adam Henderson. Judgments for defendant. James Taylor v John Lickey. Cases settled. John Reif administrator v c., l. Is m. Railroad. Mary Helmsderfer v Henry Geib. Wesley m. Tracey v we. A. Gordon. John t. Rice v same. Christiana Dutton v we. J. Dutton. Same v same. Oscar a. Crago v Joseph k. Con Well. Joseph k. Conwell v Oscar a. Craigo plaintiff to plead. John Eckert jr., v George Beamer. J. C. Aultman a so a v ii. J. Bond. Defendants to plead. Samuel l. Douglass v Sarah a. Douglass. Ruth i. Willard v the new Philadelphia pipe works. James w. Wilkin v the Pittsburgh Cincinnati a St. Louis Railroad. John b. Mathias v John s. Graham. Criminal. Ohio v Bradford Voshal jury trial guilty 30 Days in jail Twenty five dollars and costs. Ohio v Peter Baker. Case8 dismissed. Edward j. Maloy v the incorporated Village. Robert Woods v same. Charles g. Taylor v the Pennsylvania company. Real estate tkacs frs. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds Elizabeth fish Ley to Johanna Uebele lot 6, Mineral City $400. John Zurcher to Charles Schenk 1 acres York township 300. Josh. P. Grimm to Benson l. Grimm part lot 97, new Philadelphia 900. Jos. Frederick to Flora Marshall part lot 21, Uhrichsville 650. Henry Gauger to David Shively 20 acres Fairfield township 800. J. C. Shoemaker to we. Shurtz part lot 28, newcomer8town, 380. Julia Peter to Welty lot 133, canal Dover 1,800. Isaac b. Wallace to we. Wallace 200 acres Goshen township 20,000. W. X. Bremer to John Goettge jr., lot 6. Port Washington 300. Joseph shars to Samuel Meyers lot 1, York township 150. Ii. T. Minnis to Elizabeth Grimm lot 7, new Philadelphia 500. Ellsworth a Ridgway to Agnes Minnis lot 7, new Philadelphia 450. Adam Langer to Emma Baker lot 24, Dover 850. George Pletscher it Ai to Lena Lanzer Dover 230. William Wallace to John b. Wallace 213 acres Goshen township 7500. Maurice Moody to Jas. E. Graham part lot 79, Uhrichsville 500. C. J. Nungesser to E. Mitchner part lot 2, new Philadelphia 100. Sheriff Bowers to J. Nil Gesser part lots 1 and 2, new Philadelphia 460. Every lady suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness Etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive full particulars a new treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . W. Ii. Armstrong 3033 Cambridge St., phila., a. 51yl

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