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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 1, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio New Philadelphia times. Branch recruiting stations Are shortly to be established at Toledo and Dayton this state. Remember the times office is Headquarters for neat and artistic Job printing and our prices Are reasonable in every particular. 10,000 lbs. Of Wool wanted for which i will pay full Market Price for the above amount. 25 John Bushy. Now is the time to Call upon Daniel Wyss to buy your fruit Trees Etc. He Sells cheap and guarantees entire satisfaction. 43 w3 the autumn of the year the leaves like Gold now Shine the tall gaunt forms of grand old Trees bespeak a solemn rhyme. So time will go and time will come and the girls still Chew their Chew ing gum. New Philadelphia Normal school now open in county examiners room. Pupils May enter at any time. Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed 44w3 g. E. Campbell principal. Three farms in Montgomery county kansas�?400 acres in ally will Trade for a Good Stock of merchandise Price $0,000. Address lock Box 8p4, Independence Kas. 17tf Money to loan. 1 have Money to loan on Tuscarawas county real estate on Long time secured by first mortgage. John a. Himes. New Philadelphia o. 41w3 strayed. The Bowser family. A red and White Muley Stear supposed to he years old taken up by b. H. Giggle Fairfield township. The owner can have the same by calling on him proving property and paving expenses. Samuel Tidswell Constable Somerdale Ohio. 45tf a a Brethren a said a Tennessee preacher a a done to put Pontius Pilate Down As a bad Man. He Wasny to a bad Man he was Only a weak one. He himself would much rather have released our Savior but he resist the pressure of the scribes and pharisees and the howling of the rabble. He i in to have any Backbone. He was t had but he was a poor creatures in fact there was nothing to him. Brethren if Gen. Andrew Jackson or Cleveland had been in Pontius pilates place that trial would had a different . For Sale.�?20 acres of land situated in Goshen township tue. Co., Ohio. Large Frame House Good stable and outbuilding Orchard of apples pears peaches Etc. This property is within a Quarter of a mile of the Goshen Coal works. These works arc owned and operated by one of 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 or to Henry Burton on the premises. Oct. 4. 41mg a gift for All. In order to give All a Chance to test it and thus be convinced of its wonderful curative Powers or. Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds will be for a limited time Given away. This offer is not Only Liberal but shows unbounded Faith in the merits of this great remedy. All who suffer from coughs colds consumption asthma bronchitis or any affection of Throat Chest or lungs Are especially requested to Call at f c Miller a songs drug store and get a trial bottle free. Large Bot Les $1. Our Chicago and Denver express. Commencing sunday october 28th, the Only exclusive through Pullman car line from Chicago to Denver via Council Bluffs and Omaha will be established Over the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul and Union Pacific railways on the following time schedule leave Chicago daily 10 40 p. M. Arrive Council Bluffs 6 50 a arrive Omaha. 7 05 a a leave Omaha. 8 00 a a arrive Denver 2d Day 5 25 a a this train makes direct connection with All trains from the East arriving in Chicago at night. Sleeping car fare $6.00. Excursion tickets to All Colorado Points now on Sale. 45wl0 Shanesville. The Domestic relations of a family in this town which has for a Long time not been remarkable for its peace and loveliness was on thursday night last still More disturbed by tie husband finding a strange Lothario occupying his share of the cot and before there was time for remonstrance Lile intruder made himself very scarce forgetting As he was in a hurry to put on his shoes hat and other necessary apparel and in this rather Damish costume cantered Down town. The husband gathered up the intruders wardrobe and started to find the owner in which it seems he experienced no trouble. They were left with a Squire Zollars and bail Given for court. We Hope that this unsavoury affair May rid our place of the Domestic brawls which have for a Long time been a reflection on the general Good behaviour of our town. Congressman s. Toller spoke to our citizens on the political issues of the Day wednesday evening. If this weather continues Sugarcreek and Bucks townships will vote for Protection against the pauper mud of the old countries As we have enough to Supply the Home demand and some to Export. H. H. Miller or a a Little Hen a As he is familiarly called is something of an artist and his suggestions to our political club As to style and Maimer of decoration on thursday was much to the Point. He also predicts that if everybody votes Lor Cleveland he be surprised if he would be reelected. Or. N. F. By Haiti of this place assisted by drs. Pomerene and Teter of Berlin performed a very delicate and important surgical operation on mrs. Gonter of Auburn township monday. A most commendable feature has been inaugurated in our schools Viz that of conducting the scholars from the school building to the Square quietly and in order and it does away entirely with the rip and tear of their dismissal. Or. Fred Stift e purchased the Prichard property and a a Bill and Lisa a have again dissolved partnership after their somewhat enviable Racket and we Hope it May last. See you later. Mrs. Bowser pleasantly discusses some of the trials of married life. I suppose or. Bowser is just like any other Man around the House and i suppose it is a wife a duty to put up with a husbands inconsistencies. The other Day he came Rushing in from the barn and asked a have you seen the Cork screw anywhere within a Day or two a a i done to a Well its funny. I left it in Here two or three Days ago and it ought to be Here now. Its curious that i can to Lay a tool Down without some body eating it up a a perhaps its in the lie went Rushing around for five minutes and then came Back to say a if there a another House in Detroit run like this id like to see it a a Why what a the matter a a matter did no to i leave the Corkscrew on the Stair Steps Day before yesterday and Haven to you Flung it out doors chopped it up or Given it away to some beggar its singular How Good care you take of your own things and How Little you care for mine. Ill never bring another tool homely a just sit right still and ill find a a it a gone forever a a no it Isnit. I remember now where i saw i went out to the drawer of the Kitchen table and found it. A a what a that who asked As j returned. A the Corkscrew. A a is a Corkscrew a screw Driver a a but you asked for the a mrs. Bowser Aro you going crazy done to i know whether i want the Corkscrew or the screw Driver a a but you said a never a a Well the screw Driver is right there on the table within two feet of a ooh it is and Why you have said so in the first place a one morning to wanted to use the Spade and not finding it in the barn he came Rushing in to inquire a How much did that junk dealer pay you for the Spade a a what do you mean a a Why the Spade is nowhere to be found and i presume you sold it a have you looked in the barn a a of a and in the Yard a a and Down Stair spa a yes. I had that Spado yesterday and now its gone there Are some very queer happenings around this House mrs. Bowser a a but you done to expect me to watch the barn tools do you a a fall right in be got fifteen cents for a Spado which Cost me one Dollar but i have your conscience for one thousand dollars a at that moment a boy came to the Back door with the Spade and said a you left it in the Alley last night or. a there a said i after the boy had gone. A yes there a echoed or. Bowser. A a done to let this thing happen again i see through it and i give you warning a or. Bowser has a Rusty old Handsaw which has been the cause of several girls leaving the House. If he is tinkering about he is sure to leave it under foot and the next time he wants it there a a great Row. He charged one girl with Selling it and she quit just Asho found it in the Garret. He hinted to another that her Beau had taken it away and she had hardly gone when the saw was found in the Yard. A girl finally came who when she found the saw on her Kitchen table removed it to the settee in the parlor and As or. Bowser found it there he scratched his head and went about for the next half hour in a deep study. Once when he wanted the Gimlet he came in and rummaged around and observed a mrs. Bowser if this House needs a dozen screw Drivers Why done to you say so and let me order them a a Why we done to need a ooh yes we do there must to distressing need of Mem. When i can to keep one at the barn ten minutes there must be use for Mem Here. Ill order a dozen for you right a do you mean screw Drivers or. Bowser a a am i a Bat done to i know what in a talking about who went to the Telephone called up a hardware store and ordered a dozen screw Drivers sent up at once. He was waiting for them to arrive when i found the Gimlet on a bracket in the Library and told him he had Best take it to the barn. A when i came in Here and asked you for this Gimlet Why did you deny knowing its whereabouts a he sternly demanded. A you asked for the a a done to 1 know what i asked for a a Well Here it is. I wrote it Down. Is that a screw Driver or a Gimlet a a lie saw that he was caught though he give up but i had my revenge when the dozen screw Drivers came up c. O. D. And he id to Fork Over for them. And yet i done to want the police to get an idea that or. Bowser and i quarrel or that our Home is not a Happy one. Lie is one of the Best of men and just like the average husband. He feels it the duty of a husband to know it All and any coming Down or apologizing is beneath his dignity. After a Call the other Day he remarked on the Beauty of mrs. Blanks Black eyes. A her eyes Are Blue my dear a 1 replied. A Blue is your sight failing As bad As that a a but they Are a they Are Coal Black a a every body says a Well every body might say yellow but they Are a Day or two subsequently we happened to meet mrs. Blank while out walking and i jokingly told her that or. Bowser had blacked her eyes. A i wish they were Black a she replied. A i prefer Black to a and your eyes Are Blue a a Why of a Well a i queried As or. Bowser and i walked along. A i see How it is a he replied a and i am sorry for her As she seems such a Nice person. She is color Blind and she sees Blue for Black a a Detroit free press. A a Young lady of Chatham ont refused to marry a russian Nobleman whom she met in Germany two years ago. He was count Hoffenberg on the staff of the Czar. A correspondence ensued and three weeks ago the count came to Cleveland to meet the Young lady by appointment. Dinners were Given at the counts hotel and he was in turn entertained by her friends but All his professions of love were in vain and the count departed sorrowfully for Russia. A the Prince of Wales gave a dinner recently at which the question came up for discussion As to How much a Man could make with his brains in the course of a year. It was decided that $100,000 was the maximum amount. About eating Crow. Classic stories entwined about a Poplai american phrase. Crow is an unpalatable Bird and a eating Crown is one of the popular phrases to indicate the enforced doing of some unpleasant thing especially the enforced confession of error and i analogous to a eating your own word a a a eating Humble pie a a eating dirt a Etc. Indeed some Wise acres would de rive it from the French a Manger la Crotts eating dirt or Refus Crotsl pronounced Cro being the old spoiling thus a the dirt and Croft of Paris May to smelled Miles Howells a Lon Monopolis a 1851. But the american phrase is sufficiently intelligible As it stands without any far fetched foreign derivation. Two stories Good enough to become classic have entwined themselves around this phrase and profess to give its origin. Both Are probably apocryphal but both Are Worth preserving. The first appeared in the Knicker Bocker Magazine some forty years ago and concerns a Thrifty boarding House keeper on the Hudson and an indigent Patron. Whenever the latter remonstrated at the food he was told he was a too a i Kin eat anything a asserted the autocrat of the table with a proud consciousness of superiority a i Kin oat the constant repetition of these words wearied the Boarder. Finally he resolved to test the old Man. Taking his gun with him he Suo ceded in bagging a Fine fat old Crow. By dint of soft words and filthy Lucre to induced the Cook to prepare that Crow for the table. The Cook was a scotch woman and used snuff. He borrowed All she had and sprinkled it liberally Over the Crow gave it an extra turn and brought it before the Host saying As he set it Down a now my dear sir you have said a thousand times if you have said it once that you can eat Crow Here is one carefully the old Man turned Pale for a moment but bracing himself against the Back of his chair and with a i Kin eat Crow who began cutting a Good Mouthful. He Swal lowered it and preparing for a second onslaught looked his Boarder straight in the Eye and ejaculated a in be eat Crow a and took a second portion. He lifted his hands mechanically As if for a third attack but dropped them quickly Over the Region of his stomach and rising hurriedly and unsteadily retreated for the door muttering As he went a a but Dang me if i hanker Arter the other Story which is even better has been told in a variety of ways but this is the most finished version a Massachusetts regiment during the War was encamped near the estate of a wealthy planter. A City bred private having shot a tame Crow on the planters ground was discovered by the owner with the Bird in his Possession. Seizing the private a Musket which Lay on the ground the irate planter cried a was you be killed my Crow you be got to eat there was no escape and the private had to eat. After a few mouthfuls the planter asked with a Grin a How do you like Crow a a Well was the reply a i Kin eat it but i done to hanker Arter a fall right a said the planter a a you be done pretty Well. Here take your gun and get but no sooner was the gun in the soldiers hands than he pointed it at the planter saying a now you be got to eat your share of and the planter swearing and spluttering was forced to obey next Day the planter came into Camp and reported to the colonel that he had been insulted by a Federal Soldier. Strict orders had been issued against insult Igor injuring residents. The planters description served to bring the Soldier before the Impromptu american notes and queries. Odd wedding rings. Try it yourself. How the natives of the upper Congo country a dispose of their savings. Lieutenant von Francois the african explorer has recently described a strange custom among the Bayani who live for Many Miles along the upper Congo. The custom would seem to make life a Good Deal of a Burden to their married women. Brass rods which Are the favorite currency in the country Are welded into great rings around the necks of the wives. Many of these rings worn by the women whose husbands Are Well to do weigh a much As thirty pounds and this Burden must be carried around by the poor women As Long As they live. A frequently a says lieutenant von Francois a one sees a poor woman whose neck is raw and sore under the heavy weight and in places the skin is rubbed off by the ring. This is a sure sign that the ring has been recently welded around her neck for after a time the skin becomes calloused and then the strange ornament produces no abrasion. But the weight is an inconvenience. They never get ised to it and it is a perpetual tax upon their energies. In every crowd of women May be seen a number who Aro supporting the ring with their hands and thus for a time relieving their weary shoulders of the heavy Burden. It May be said that with every movement of their bodies the rings give them discomfort. A a ring is never put around a woman a neck until she is believed to have attained her full physical development. Once on it is no easy matter to get it off. The natives have no such thing As a file and though they can Hammer a lot of brass Rode into one it is very difficult for them to the thick maws of Metal in two. Women who increase largely in flesh after the rings have been fastened on their necks Are in danger of strangling to death and instances of this sort have been known to occur. A yet these women regard the cumbrous ornament with Pride imagine that it enhances their importance and Beauty and Wear the Burden with Light hearts. Brass is the Money of the country and by putting it around their wives necks the men Are pretty certain that it wont be stolen or foolishly expended. But it is an Odd and Oruel sort of a savings the perfect farm hog. A committee of experts at the american Swine breeder s convention gave the following As a Standard of a hog Best fitted to meet the requirements of the Market a such a hog must have a Short head heavy jowl and thick Short neck ear Small thin and tolerably erect but is not objectionable if it droops slightly Forward. It must be straight on the Bottom from the neck Back to the flank let Well Down to the knee in the brisket and possess Good length from head to Tail Back Broad and slightly curved or arched from the shoulder to the setting on the Tail ribs rather barrel shaped Tail Small. The hams should be Long from the Back to the letting off at the loin and be Broad and full shoulders not Large and yet sufficient to give symmetry to the animal hair smooth and evenly set on skin soft and elastic to the touch legs Short and Small set under the body and the space Between wide a Good depth Between the Bottom and top of the a through a lawyer May be Long winded his business it usually Texas sittings. A a it is of no use to argue the question Philip i am neither stubborn nor opinionated i have simply had a lesson that will last a look Here Jack you Are like some old Bachelor who has been jilted by one woman and goes about declaring All women Are a a not at All my brother Charley died of Brights disease brought on by using one of those so called a blood purifiers a the kind you see attractively advertised in every Nook and Corner. It contains iodide of potassium a drug useful in extreme cases when cautiously Given under a doctors supervision but death dealing to All who take it in Quantity. If your brother had died under such circumstances you would hate Patent medicines As i a a i do dislike the name of that mis called a blood purifier a for i have heard a first class physician say it is the cause of half the cases of Brights disease in the country and it is strange the proprietors have not been prosecuted for Selling it. But i was recommending vinegar bitters and that does not contain any Mineral narcotic or other hurtful a ooh nobody supposes that old woman a remedy will Hurt anybody the question is will it cure anything id As soon think of taking some of my grandmothers Herb a you would be better off Jack if you had some of that Tea to tone up your system now instead of taking a Glass of Brandy to make you sleep one night and perhaps a bottle of Beer the a a is this a Temperance lecture Phil a a no it is a vinegar bitters lecture. In be taken the Medicine More or less for fifteen Vears and look the world Over you will not find a healthier Man than i a what is All this nonsense about old style and new style vinegar bitters Are they different a a a yes the old style looks like Coffee with milk in it the new style like Coffee without milk. The Man who made the old style for Twenty years a practical chemist made a Milder pleasanter preparation adding to it Here and taking from it there until he produced my wife says the finest Medicine Ever made. It cured her of constipation and it cures the children of hives and All the Little ailments they Ever have. If my wife thinks they have Worms she doses them with old style. We always have both kinds in the House and together they keep the doctor away. A a and you insist that the proof of the pudding a a a is the eating precisely. Jack get a bottle of the old style vinegar bitters a men i think prefer old style usually try it and you will then be like an old Bachelor who after railing against women for years fall in love with a Good woman at last. You will say there Are Good and bad Patent medicines but vinegar bitters is the Best of the a a All right Phil to please you ill try it and report result a Only Temperance bitters known Iii 11 >1 l j a a a a Beautiful Book free. Addess r. Ii. Mcdonald drug co., 3syl 532 Washington Street new York. Real estate for Sale. For Trade a Good House and lot and thirteen other lots situated in the town of port Washington. The House has seven rooms in it. There is also a tenant House on the lot and plenty of fruit. It is a very desirable property for any one wanting to live in town. The party wishes to Trade for a Small tract of land in Tuscarawas county. Any one having a tract of land Worth about $2800 that he would Trade for such property As the above will please Call at the times office or on f. To Mig. 25tf fou Hundred and sixty acres of first class land situated in Cowley county Kansas. Seventy acres under cultivation. Small Frame House Orchard of apples peaches Etc. Cottonwood Grove on the premises. Will take $2,000 Cash or will give two years time on $750 at 8 per cent interest. For information inquire at the times office. 34 w4 for Sale or Trade for a Small Stock of merchandise or Good town property an eighty acre tract of land lying about four Miles East of Dennison. There is a Good one and a half Story Frame dwelling with six rooms and Good Orchard on premises. For information Call at the times office. For Sale or Exchange for land in Tuscarawas county a Nice clean Stock of merchandise dry goods and groceries a in a Good business town of 1500 inhabitants in Tuscarawas county will invoice five or six thousand dollars. For information write the times office for Sale a or will Trade for town lots or House and lot and will pay difference if any 40 acres of Good Timber land in Mcdonald county mo., situated about 4 Miles from the county seat. Timber would More than pay for the land. For information Call at times office. For Sale a or will Trade for Good town property a 40 acre tract of Good Bill land 30 acres of it Good Timber 10 acres cleared no buildings. 41 foot vein of Coal under the whole tract situated about 3 Miles North of Trenton Tuscarawas county. For further information Call at the times office. For Sale cheap a double two Story Frame dwelling nearly new lot 66x264 feet Good cisterns cellar and outbuildings situated on West front Street. Each end will rent from $8 to $10 per month. Good investment. Must sell to go West. A bargain in it. Call at the times office for information. Of for Sale or Exchange a business room and Stock of general merchandise in a Good business town of 600 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can be had at the times office. Of c to x3 to a a bilious Ness sick headache heartburn liver indigestion Pys Pupsta complaint jaundice by Soto the genuine dr.c.mclane�?T1 a celebrated a a a liver pill8i prepared Only by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh a. In rum Romu 1 to Mill 1 if you Are sick. With headache neuralgia rheumatism dyspepsia bilious Ness blood Humours kidney disease constipation female troubles fever and ague sleeplessness partial paralysis or nervous prostration use Paine a celery compound and to cured. In each of these the cause is mental or physical overwork anxiety exposure or malaria the effect of which is to weaken the nervous system resulting in one of these diseases. Remove the cause with that great nerve tonic and the result will disappear. Paine a celery compound Jas. L. Bowen Springfield mass., writes a a a Paine a celery compound cannot be excelled As a nerve tonic. In my Case a single bottle wrought a great change. My nervousness entirely disappeared and with it the resulting affection of the stomach heart and liver and the whole tone of the system was wonderfully invigorated. I Tell my friends if sick As 1 have been Paine a celery compound will cure you sold by druggists. 81 six for 85. Prepared Only by Wells Richardson amp co., Burlington it. For the aged nervous debilitated. _13yl_ warranted to Ocolor Mere goods than any other Dee Ever made and to give More Brilliant and durable colors. Ask for the Laa Mcd and take no other. A dress dyed for a coat coloured garments renewed j cents. A child can use them unequalled for All fancy and Art work. At druggists and merchants. Dye Book free. Wells Richardson k cu., prop., Burlington it to David Zimmerman diseases of die Eie earn nose Throat Aid Luigs. Or. Moritz 8alm founder and principal of the Germania. Eye ear nose Cor. 1%. High and Lafayette Sto Colli or. Salm who is a graduate of Berlin Ger. May has Given nose and Throat diseases fils special attention for More thaa Twenty years. Catarrh. No single disease a has entailed More suffering or hastened the breaking up of the Constitution than Catarrh. A the sense of smell of taste of eight of hearing Hurn amp a Hoipo the mind me or mores and sometimes All yield to its destructive influence. To Poison it distributes throughout the system attacks every vital Force and Breaks up the most robust of Constitution. Ignored because but Little understood by most physicians to potently assailed by quacks and charlatans thoe suffering from it have Little hops to be relieved of it this Side of Tho grave. The new and hitherto untried method adopted by or. Palm in the preparation of his rank la cure has won the Hearty approval of thousands. Ills in inn Fine Nisi in affording Relief in All head colds sneezing snuffling and obstructed breathing and rapidly removes the most oppressive symptoms Clearing the head sweetening the breath restoring the senses of smell taste and hearing and neutralizing Tho Teu Deuey of the disease towards the lungs liver and kidney a it rim can remove from the nose without pain a larger amount of polyps than any living physician. He also guarantees to remove tonsils without pain to restore cracked or hoarse voice and to cure ulcerated and granular sore Throat. Preachers lawyers singers and actors with Throat troubles should consult him at onto. He will make Happy those who suffer with asthma bronchitis Ilay fever Etc. Be also cure cases of it if not too far advanced. To Haso ured cases where other reputable physician have Given up All Hope. To has on record oases whore patient Are now Well and Hearty with one third one half three fourths or even with Ono entire lung gone. 1 hese patients bid fair to outlive persons with two Good lungs because the cavities of Tho lungs have healed and the patients systems have Quot undergone a thorough and healthy change. Or. Salm spa res no Money nor trouble to obtain the latest improved instruments lie carries with him a line costing a Large amount of Money soms of them being imported direct from Europe. Ills latest and newest remedies he obtains at first hands Asho has orders out with the finest laboratories of the world to ship a Quantity so soon As they have been discovered. Or Sara is one of our greatest anatomists and physiologists and will explain your Case to you with the Aid of models in such a Mannor that you will at once become impressed with his Superior skill. Coll on him and you will not regret it. Or. makes his examinations for diseases of the nose Throat and bronchial tubes with Toboul a or Mckinzie a Laryngoscope As the Case May require. He has also with him an electric Battery to which he attaches an incandescent lamp with suitable fittings. The lamp gives a powerful Light and when introduced in the Mouth with Aid of mirrors he can then with ease examine your seat of Catarrh diseases of the bronchial tubes the Naso pharyngeal space posterior varies eustachian tubes Epiglottis vocal Cord Larynx a Pharynx and Trachea. £9 on it it Ulta Tiomi Njal examination free.1 address Ull Ali Moritz Salm Columbus of ii. Will be at new Philadelphia Exchange hotel nov. 5th Uhrichsville Central House nov. 4th Newcomerstown commercial hotel november 3d. Market reports. Times office november 1, 1888. Flour Patent bbl. $ 6 00 a a a sack. 1 50 a a Best family bbl. $ 5 20 a a Amber sack. 1 40 a a a a new proc. 1 50 wheat Bushel. 1 05 corny new Bushel. 65 Oats new Bushel. 35 Rye Bushel. 55 butter Pound. 10 egos dozen. 20 buckwheat flour Pound. 05 hams to Pound. 12 shoulders Pound. 00 sides Pound. 00 lard Pound. 09 tallow Pound. 4 beef Pound. 07 3 15 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 White Lime barrel. 1 00 Akron cements barrel. .1 35 calcined plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster ton. 9 00 a a a a barrel 1 50 potatoes Bushel new .30 dried peaches Pound .04 dried apples Pound 4 tags a Pound. 01 onions�?1 Bushel. 50 Hay ton new. 11 00 Timothy seed Bushel .2 00 Wool. _ 29 fertilizers ton. 35 00 Clover seed�?1$ Bushel. 5 50 chickens a Pound. 05 3 00 ducks a Pound. 06 turkeys a Pound. 06 geese apiece. 40 3 57 1889. �?$1.50 $1.90 $1.50�? 1889. Columbus weekly i dispatch notice to contractors. Notice is hereby Given that sealed bids will be received at the clerks office of Washington township. Tuscarawas county. 0., for the erection of a school building in sub District no. 7 of said township from the a the Day of october 1888, to the loth Day of november 1888. The Board Reserve the privilege to reject any or All bids. By order of the Board of education. John f. Cappell 43w4 township clerk. Sheriffs Sale. A and three great premiums All for $1.50. First dispatch the Model encyclopedia the Model history of the United states and the Model Book of natural history All for $150. Second dispatch the Model encyclopedia the Model history of the United states the Model Book of natural history and the a farm and fireside a or the ladies a a Home companion a for$.90< third dispatch a a farm and fireside a or ladies a a Home companion a and any one of the three books for $1.50. Mary Weaver is. C. Belknap it us. By virtue of an order of Sale to me directed and issued from the court of common pleas of Tuscarawas county Ohio i will offer for Sale at Public auction at the door of the court House in the town of new Philadelphia within and for the county of Tuscarawas and state of Ohio on saturday november 17th, 1888, Between the hours of one of clock p. M. And four of clock p. M. Of said Day the following described real estate situate in said county to wit a part of lot numbered seven 7quarter township number two 2 township number ten 10united states military lands bounded As follows to wit beginning at a stake on the East line of said lot number seven 7 on the South Side of the Public Road running from Bolivar in Muscara rawas county Ohio to Millersburg in Holmes county Ohio thence West one Hundred and eighty Iso feet to a stake thence southward along the line of the land owned by the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad company two Hundred and ten 210 feet to a stake thence East to the East line of said lot number 7 thence North along said line two Hundred and ten feet to the place of beginning containing one acre More or less. Appraised at 8716.00. Terms Cash. George w. Bowers. Sheriff Tuscarawas county Ohio. E. A s0uers, atty. 43w5 Fife Here we Are a Jonce More with a new fresh Stock of single copies of these books cannot be purchased. They will be sent by mail to subscribers upon the following terms and conditions the Choice must be announced in the letter transmitting the subscription. If not made then the gift will be forfeited. No premiums can be exchanged and a Choice once made must be final. The books will be mailed properly packed at the risk of the subscriber. When lost or stolen in the mails they cannot be replaced. Those subscribing though agents or agencies must hold the agent responsible. Orders Are filled according to the instructions of the Remitter. Address All subscriptions to w. D. Brickell amp co., Columbus Ohio. For Good seven year old Mare and Colt. A bargain. Call at the times office. 1 to or 1 for a v or new in a a Dot to keeps constantly on hand and for Sale groceries notions a and a pr0y1si0hsi i also keep on hand at All times a fresh Stock of fruits amp vegetables Here is also the place to buy Salt fish and cured meats i am determined to sell at Bottom prices. All goods delivered free. Call at c. W. Rice a prices building North Side of East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. July 1, 1888. 28m6 if you want Good Fine groceries a or a of of any kind Call on j. G. Hephinger he also keeps fruits vegetables cigars and tobacco Copper rivets rubber belting leather belting Shaft rubbers Saddle nails buggy knobs tufting buttons Hob nails saddles whip holders harness Oil Martingale rings Martingales Curry Combs rubber Patching rivet setts bridle Bitts bridles harness ornaments lines strip awls tacks breast straps buggy cushions breast strap slides choke straps Hame clips Hame Staples Hames Hame rings halters whips. Girth web snaps ferrets bridle fronts buckles stirrups harness rings harness soap size Sticks punches lard Oil miners Oil Zinc pads shoe buttons Fly nets Axel grease rubber packing Castor Oil hitching straps breast strap rings Halter bolts Box loops Button Hooks gum Tragacanth neats foot Oil fish Oil machine Oil Hame rivets horse cards gig saddles shawl straps tug Hooks interfering pads sweat pails butt chains Trace chains whip stocks sir Cingles Saddle blankets whip crackers Channel nails Belt Hooks buggy washers Oak Kip French Kip condition powders tallow Ink shoe strings Heel nails eyelet setts rasps nippers Pinchers Welt knives Burnishers Sand paper Emery straps measuring straps bristles shoulder Sticks Cement Heel plates Glover a Needles shoe polish Cork insoles Rosetts half soles French calf sole leather american calf Oak upper buggy Lap dusters French Morocco Larnes Scleather dash leather lace leather Belt leather Oil cloth Button fasteners Gaiter elastic toppings linings apron skins Boot web Linen thread silk thread shoe knives shoe pegs hammers awl handles steel Shanks harness Needles Heel braces Heel Ball lasts awls Wax clamps Boot Trees crimp boards Peg cutters Girths beeswax eyelets Plush Robes fur Robes rubber cloth sea grass Matts rubber horse covers hungarian nails lasting tacks Zinc nails coach pads shoe buckles neck yokes Guage knife open links Etc., Etc., Etc., everything sold at the very lowest prices Cash paid for hides sheep pelts and furs october 18, 1888. 43m6 Louis 1ellner amp sons 5 a manufacturers of and dealers in a Iron Anil slate mantels grate fronts amp tile hearths. A full line of Cook and heating stoves House furnishing goods Etc. Tin Iron and slate rooting and sporting we Are agents for the celebrated had hot air furnaces the Best for soft Coal. 1to. A cit3t Block new Philadelphia 8yi Ohio Fine watches rings Cli Ains pins solid amp Silver plated Ware everything in the Way of Tewe lbt a at a Harris Bros. Engraving and Fine watch work a specially. W anted Man to take the Agency of our safes size 2hxlszl8 inches weight 500 lbs. Retail Price f35 other sizes in proportion. A rare Chance and permanent business. These safes meet a demand never before supplied by other hafe companies As we Are not governed by the Safe Pool. Address Alpine Safe co., Cincinnati. Ohio. A Teiber of 1888. 40in6 pit cuts. H. It pc a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe 20 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability of inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. Patents. Full instructions in patents terms Etc., sent free. Address k. A. P. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, �?T88yl Minnesota leads the Yvo o w. With her Stock Dpi a and Grain 2,<h>o,00g acres Fine Timber tar i a lands adjacent to. Re , for Sale Ltd a it East for Price r address j. Books o it i. No it i it it or c. H. Warren Ltd a Paris Enid or t Quot a a Paul. Minn. I i v i i ask Tor Bonu a \ r via a is where Are you Goin when do you Start where from How Many in your party what amount of fru Ulit or Bak Kufe have you what route do you prefer ? upon receipt of an answer to the above options you will tie furnished free of expense with the lowest a a Stree a a rates a so map time a a 211 a tables pamphlets orm aft tub another valuable inform-11 aug Lex. Mation which will Zave trouble time and Money. Agents will Call in person where necessary. Parties not Teady to answer above questions should out and preserve this notice for future reference. It May become useful. Address c. H. Warren general passenger a cent St. Paul minn., or d. R. Mcginnis trav. Pass. Agt., Columbua. Q. Rand for new map of Northwest. New Philadelphia times. Traveler a guide. Valley railway. Going South. No. 3. 11 2dam 1205pm 12 31 1 30 2 20 2 35 2 57 3 17 3 38 4 10 4 35 4 50 5 36 6 02 6 32 6 52 7 13 Quot of. Mention this paper. 45yl Low tourist rates. No. 7. 4 30pm 5 12 5 36 6 m 7 20 stations. La Cleveland a Peninsula. Akron. Canton. A Val a Jet la via c. Amp m. La Val a Jet Arar Philllp Burk. Newcomerstown. Kimbolton. Cambridge. Byesville. Caldwell. Macksburg. Whipple. Caywood. Marietta. Going North. No. 4. 9 55am 9 09 8 42 7 48 7 00 6 44 6 20 no. 6j 230pm 1 12 12 19 1135am 11 22 11 00 10 38 10 18 9 45 9 20 9 00 8 15 7 50 7 20 7 00 6 40 also dealer in ice at prices that defy Competition East High St., new Philadelphia Ohio. 15m6 h or. Cad well�?T9 vegetable tonic liver pills Are prepared from plants roots and herbs. They act perfectly on the liver cleanse the system of All impurities and As a mild cathartic and tonic has no equal. Price 25 cents or. Cad well�?T8 Uver pills Are used in connection with or. Cadwell a Lac Teal Nervine the great neuralgia Core. Price 81. The Corn Salve to thoroughly eradicate Coral is or num mimetic m Salve ask for it and insist upon your druggist giving you what you Call for. Price 15 cat. The above family rom bibs Are very reliable for Sal at a fun storks. Send for circulars to la Citlali Kal co., Detroit mice for Sale by j. P. Fouteen Lueiser. 52 for $47.30 a first Clasa round trip ticket Good fora Days with top Over privileges can be obtained from St. Paul to great Falls Montana the coming manufacturing Centre of the Northwest. B a f Only $50.00 Saint caulks a to Helena and return. Re fun i to b him Ilttre auction Hill Rai Cifax. From Points East and South. Rates correspondingly As Low will be named to posts in Minnesota and Dakota or upon puget bound and the Pacific coast. For further particulars address d. R. Mcginnis tray. Passenger agent Columbus Ohio or c. Ii. Warren general passenger agent St Paul. Minn. Cheap excursions agent St. Paul Miro. Cleveland and Marietta rail Way. In effect april 17, 1888. Through line Between ,Cambridge, Newcomerstown canal Dover Canton Akron Cleveland Buffalo. Toledo. Pittsburgh new York Coshocton Newark Zanesville. Columbus Chicago St Louis and Kansas City. Go North. La Parks by Marietta. Caywood. Stanley. Whipple. Warner. Elba. Macksburg Dexter City South Olive Dudley. Caldwell. Belle Valley Ava. Glenwood. It pleasant Byersville. Cambridge. Oldham a. Millers. Kimbolton. Guernsey. Post boy. Neom town Wolf a. Philipsburg Blackband. Turners. Canal Dover a Val june Cantou. Akron. Cleveland. Buffalo. Toledo. No. 2 200au 640 700 706 720 730 743 750 t56 801 807 815 825 835 841 847 800 920 927 935 945 1000 1007 1018 1025 1038 1043 1649 1100 1122 1219 pm 112 230 815 620 955 am 1150 1200 m 1206pm 1220 1230 1243 1250 1257 102 109 118 127 137 143 149 202 222 229 236 246 300 307 320 329 340 345 350 400 429 510 603 715 330am no. 8. No. 10 no. 20 115pm 140 150 215 235 300 312 325 332 343 400 425 440 450 500 530 600 no. 6 620 620am 645 738 842 955 450pm 150 625am 635 645 705 725 740 830 845 911 920 930 047 1040 305 pm 335 345 410 425 455 455 505 510 520 530 560 606 615 625 646 710 730 745 805 820 845 9uo 925 932 940 1000 1035 going South. No. 1. No. 3. La Toledo. 745 am Llo pm 845 am Buffalo. 542cleveland. 1120 430 pm Akron. Cantou. 1231 pm 130 546 643 730valley Jun ctr a. 450 pm 235 121 canal Dover. 530 257 755 145 Turners. 540 306 2u0 Blackband. 545 312 210 . 550 317 240 Wolf a. 607 329 242 newcomers on 610 338 350 Post boy. 620 447 405 Guernsey. 627 354 420 Kimbolton 640 409 445 Millers. 650 418 520 Oldham a. 627 426 . 530 Cambridge. 707 435 620 Byersville. 726 450 640point pleasant 740 504 705 Glenwood. 746 510 715 Ava. 752 516 725 no. 19 Belle Valley. 802 526 750 435 am Caldwell. 815 536 825 450 Dudley. 822 543 838 503 South Olive. 828 650 850 515 Dexter City. 832 555 900 522 Macksburg. 839 602 915 532 Elba. 846 609 935 m2 Warner. 900 623 950 605 Whipple. 810 633 1010 629 Stanley. Caywood. 924 648 1035 �T�545 930 654 1045 a 700 a Marietta. 950 715 1115 725 Parkersburg. 245 pm 1145a a a a a no. 5 and 6, Dally. Through coaches on trains nos. 2 and 3. Between Marietta Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c w so b a c san and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with b Juko East and West at Newcomerstown with p. C a St l East and West at Dover with claw and c and a North and East at Valley Junction with w a l e and Valley Ray. W k Richards Gene a pass age a a. T. A Kokk Gen manager. Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad. In effect May 13, 1888. New Standard time. Trains going Stith. Stations. No. 1. Acom modal a. No. 3. A com modal a. No. 5. No. 19 Cleveland. 6 45 a. M. 4 15p.m. 5 29 am Black River 6 55 a a 3 55 a a 6 30 a a Elyria. 7 20 a a 4 15 a a 7 20 a a Grafton. 7 04 a a 4 45 a a 8 05 a a Medina. 8 29 a a 6 00 a a 10 15 a a chips Walak 8 38 a 6 12 a a 10 35 a a Sterling. 9 05 a a 6 22 a a 12 05 pm Warwick 9 30 a a 6 40 a a 1 05 a a Fulton. 9 27 a a 7 12 a a 1 30 a a Massillon. 9 55 a a 7 32 a a 6 35a.m. 2 45 a a Navarre. 10 08 a a 7 45 a a 6 50 a a 3 22 a a Beach City. 10 21 a a 7 58 a a 7 03 a a 4 05 a a Stra Shugh. 10 30 a a 8 10 a a 7 14 a a 4 40 a Dover. 10 42 a a 8 23 a a 7 28 a a 5 50 a a new la Hilad. 10 50 a a 8 30 a a 7 36 Quot 6 20 a Goshen. 10 56 a a 8 37 a a 7 42 a a Tuscarawas 11 02 a a 8 43 a a 7 49 Quot 7 08 a a Uhrichsville. 11 10 a a 8 50 a a 7 25 a a a Tlle 11 30 . 7 57 a a Newport. 11 38 a a 8 02 a a Stillwater. 11 49 a a. 8 12 a a Tippecanoe 11 59 a a. 8 22 a a. Freeport. 12 14 . 8 35 a a. 12 45 a a. 9 07 a a Bridgeport. 2 05 a a 10 25 a a arrive at Wheeling by Street car from Bridge port depot. Trains going North. Stations. Accommodate a no. 2. No. 4. A com modal a. No. 6. No. 24 Bridgeport. 11 35 4 12 pm. Flushing. 12 53 a a 5 29 a a Freeport. 1 24 6 01 a a Tippecanoe 1 40 a a 6 18 a a Stillwater. 1 52 a a 6 30 a a Newport. 2 03 a a % 40 a a Uhrichsville. 2 10 a a 6 50 a a. 5 20 . 2 15 a a 7 00 Quot 4 30am Tuscarawas 5 27 a a 2 23 7 08 Quot 4 40 a a Goshen. 5 23 a a 2 30 a a 7 16 a a 4 50�?o new Phi lad. 5 39 a a 2 37 a a 7 23 a a 5 05 a a Dover. 5 45 a a 2 45 a a 7 32 a a 5 45 a a Stra Shugh. 5 58 a a 2 58 a a 7 46 a a 6 20 a a Beach City. 6 08 a a 0 09 a a 7 58 a a 7 03�?o Navarre. 6 20 a a �?�3 22 a a 8 11 a a 7 40 a a Massillon. 6 35 a a 3 37 a a 8 25 a a h 45�?o Fulton. 6 53 a a 3 57 a a. 10 05 a a Warwick 7 00 a a 4 05 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 10 20 a a Sterling. 7 25 a a 4 30 a a. 11 10�?o chips Walak 7 40 a a 4 45 a a 12 01pm Medina. 7 59 a a 5 09 a a Grafton. 8 45 a a 5 55 a a 100�?o Elyria. 8 45 a a 6 20 a a. 1 15 a a Black River 9 25 Quot 6 35 a a. 5 00 a a Cleveland. 9 40 a a 6 50 a a 10 15 a a trains Stop on signal for passengers. Tickets on Sale at All stations and ticket offices. Oscar Townsend general manager. We. Ii. Grout Gene a freight and ticket agent Cleveland a Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect oct. 14, 1888. Going East. Stations. new Philadelphia canal Dover. Zitar. Mineral Point. Magnolia. Waynesburg. Malvern. Oneida. Minerva. A drive Bayard. Alliance. Cleveland. Wellsville. Bellaire. Pittsburgh. Mail express local. 6 25 . 210 . 1 20 6 45 a a 2 20 a a 1 50 a a 7 15 a a 2 35 a a 2 20 a a 7 30 a a 2 41 a a 2 47 a a 8 00 a a 3 56 a a 3 19 a a 8 10 a a 3 01 a a 3 27 a a 8 35 a a 3 11 a a 3 45 a a 8 45 a a 3 16 a a 3 52 a a 9 00 a a 3 25 a a 4 05 a a 9 20 Quot 3 35 a a 415 a a 10 02 a a 4 35 a a 12 45 . 6 55 a a 1210 a a 5 25 a a 5 00 a a 8 h a a 2 20 a a 7 35 a a going West. Stations. For the Keiit those looking for new locations or investments semimonthly excursions have. In arranged at one fare for the round trip to All Points in Dakota and Minnesota. Tickets tir to Cias and Pood for 30 . For map and further particulars address c. 11. Warren la fun a general passenger Ulm a a a c country produce taken on subscription for the Law. Leave Pittsburgh. Bellaire. Wellsville. Cleveland. Alliance. Bayard. Minerva. Oneida. Malvern. Waynesburg. Magnolia. Mineral Point. Zoar. Canal Dover. A drive mall. Express local. 6 10 . 12 55 . 4 40 10 058 20 2 55it 45 1 40 10 20 3 45 10 55 4 15 7 3 11 03 4 25 7 45 11 12 4 36 8 10 11 17 4 43 8 35 11 28 5 00 8 55 11 34 5 07 9 20 1 47 5 27 9 55 11 53 5 35 10 35 12 10 pm 6 00 10 40 12 20 6 15 11 00 All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains on the a great fort Wayne route a running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare Etc., apply to agent. New Philadelphia 01 James Mccrea r. K. Dixon agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. E. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age a. Pittsburgh a. Pensions Lawa cml Sima amp a 20 or. Practice in pen tons amp Soldier claim. Suco Eoa or no fee. Send for new it Saks &4nx, Attys a Ahl Nifton exc

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