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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 28, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1y . One Inch. $ 1 08 s 2 00 13 00 $ 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday november 28, 1889. Number 48 business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. P r. Vail dentist. Centre Block new Philadelphia Ohio Over citizens National Bank. Office 4iyl John w. Nixon D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker Tolyl John s. Grai Iam attorney at Law and notary Public. New Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 4<si j h. Booth. Attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 4<yl 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. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores. Ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C Miller a son. 6y2 Cale Meh w wanted to canvass for the Sale Nursery Stock steady employment guaranteed. Salary and expenses paid to successful men. Apply at once stating age mention this paper. 1 Chiase Brothers comic am Rochester new York. Til dec 1�?omit oct new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday november 28, 1889. Hummel Block second floor a fast High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a a the Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.#1.00 if not paid within three mo�?T3 1.50 -#3rremittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 4�?oaddress All matter intended for publication to the times. Death Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton. A special from Brussels says that Hon. George h. Pendleton late United states minister to Germany died in that City late last night. Secretary Blaine today sent a Telegram condolence to the family the deceased. Or. Pendleton succumbed to a stroke apoplexy. His death occurred in the hotel Bellevue where he had been lying sick for six weeks ills two daughters were present when he died. The funeral services will be held in the protestant Church wednesday next. The body will remain in the Church for several Days and will be taken thence to America. The weeks doings. 11. A a. P. Lacey procure patents in the u. S., Canada and Europe �?~-0 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. Patents. Full insert free tent att feb. 2, �?T3 Al the annual report first assistant postmaster general Clarkson shows the number postmasters appointed 20,030 and the number Post Ollices in excess the previous year 1,023. St auctions in patents terms Etc., address it. A. A a. P. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Real estate for Sale Exchange desirable farms in Tuscarawas county and Otler counties Ohio and in other states. Small tracts land near new Philadelphia. A Florida Orange Grove a number desirable residences business properties stocks goods a. Money to loan first mortgage at Low rates. F. 6. Romig att y at Law. Office in Mclean a Block new Philadelphia 0. March 14.189 12tf wanted. Salesmen to introduce and Bell our line Stock in their own a rite for our special terms to salesmen during the present season. Exclusive territory granted. Salary and expenses Paivi to Good men. Address at once Belovek amp Atwood nurserymen Geneva new York. Oct. 3.5m children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. C Alifornia and mexican Tours via the Queen and amp Crescent route have been appreciated by hundreds who have been carried across the continent with Comfort to the Pacific coast to Balmy Mexico via Lookout Mountain new Orleans the sunny South without break detention escaping the rigorous Winters and the discomforts Snow blockades the More northerly routes. This line appreciating the generous patronage it has received has still further improved its train service and Are now running a through tourist sleeping car from Central Union depot Cincinnati to los Angelos and san Francisco without change. These tourist sleepers Are furnished with pillows comforts and every thing necessary to the Comfort the traveler at a very Small Cost. The run is made through to the Pacific in five Days. These tourists sleepers leave the following dates at 8 A nov. 6 and 20 december 4 and 18 january 8 and 22 february 5 and 19 my he 5 and 19 april 2 and 10 May 7 and 21. Two express trains leave daily via this line making close connections at Shrek port and new Orleans for Texas Mexico California and the far ayes. Ask your ticket agent for tickets via Queen and Crescent route. Geographically Correct county maps Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi and Louisiana mailed free to any address application to d. G. Edwards g. P. Amp t. A., Cincinnati 43tf from a circular sent this office we learn that the Ohio humane society will hold a state convention commencing tuesday dec. 3d, 1889, at 10 a. M., and continue through a Edneeda dec. 4th, at the Emery hotel Emery Arcade Cincinnati. An invitation is extended to All who Are interested. A the have added Twenty four new subscribers unsolicited to our list since the election. Or. H. I. Dunlap has been appointed postmaster at Sherrodsville vice j. C. Auman removed. Court adjourned saturday last to Convene tuesday dec. 10th, when nothing but court cases will be heard. It is claimed that an Ohio convict sent from Cincinnati under the name Miller is in reality old Man Bender Kansas notoriety . Jos. Strickmaker broke ground for his new residence North Broadway in the Sargent Block lots last monday. Frame building. The Banner House Corner South Broadway and front sts., will be sold at sheriffs Sale saturday dec. 31st, 1889. See advertisement 4th Page. Sheriff Bowers accompanied by his wife took mrs. Mary Abbuhl Newcomerstown adjudged insane to the Asylum at Columbus tuesday morning. Young Man buy your Best girl a Nice Gold watch a Nice Garnet set for a Christmas present at ii. E. Espenschied a jewelry store West High St. 48-w4 the weeks doings. Circuit court convenes tuesday dec. 3rd. _ subscribe for the times if you want a Good paper for .51. Fine Job printing done at the times office. On Call a x $1,500 to loan enquire f. To Mig Mcclane Block. 4gtf wheat 80 cents per Bushel Corn 40 cents Hay by the ton delivered $7 to $8.00. Holiday goods Are already exhibition in Many the display windows the stores. Ygo to h. E. Espenschied the jeweler for a Fine album cheaper than any other store in town. 48-w4. For Gold spectacles go to ii. E. Espenschied and Price his goods. Extra Fine lot them just arrived. 48-w4. Miscellaneous items. Go to Hinkle amp co., for bread pies and cakes. 46w3. The pension foils now Bear 484,000 names calling for an annual distribution 5100,000,000. Mrs. Fred. Kinzey received a Check from the Royal Arcanum Lodge monday for $3,000, insurance the life her husband who died a few weeks ago any one buying goods to the amount 55.00 at a. Gintz amp cons. Furniture store is entitled to a ticket in a drawing in which a 520.00 bed room suit is Given to the Lucky number. 47-w2. For and Small tracts Dover Road. Cheap lots easy terms. Dwellings farms Etc. E. Romig. Office in Mcclane Block. 4gtf the Colorado Silver convention met in the chamber Commerce Hall this City tuesday. Over thirty counties were represented by nearly 400 delegates. Stirring resolutions were adopted in favor increased and free coinage. Of Silver. Delegates were appointed to the St. Louis convention to meet nov. 2gth. The Silver Dollar is bound to take its place Side by Side with the Gold press. By Means let us have free coinage Silver. It will do us no harm and we think will do us Good. Our government at the Back it will make the Silver Dollar As Good As Gold. The great Money Barons will oppose it course. They want a contracted circulating medium to keep the rate interest High. Here is an item that we clip from an Exchange which is very pointed and applies to this locality particularly a the Home printers every town should be protected As nearly All classes business men Are from inroads canvassers and foreign firms. A Man who canvasses for printed stationery should be compelled to pay License to the City in the same manner that Patent Medicine men paddlers and Many others Are compelled to do. The Home Printer is allowed no Protection hut is allowed to Boom the its business enterprises Gratis and do his own defending and the City ordinances ought to protect him the same As it protects other business an Exchange states some demonstrated facts w Hen it says a that the fearless editor May offend and lose a subscriber but if he is right in the end he will gain Ftp be. Lie May lose an advertiser but if he is right he will gain two thereby. If he labors not to displease anyone he will please no one. The editor a should follow his honest Well considered convictions and the Man he should labor to please is himself. If he does this with ability and without fear favor he will have a great following and better support though he be wrong half the time than he who trims his sail to every change the Breeze and without Chart Compass principle purpose drifts aimlessly with every shifting tide. ? just received a Fine lot Gold pens and stocks and Gold and Silver thimbles also a Nice lot opera glasses at ii. E. Espenschied West High St. 48-w4. Take your dressed hogs and All kinds poultry to Mathias amp a Illiams and you will get the highest Market Price. East High St., new Phila. 4s-w3. On thursday nov. 2sth, 1ss9, thanksgiving Day the new Philadelphia Post office will be open from 7 to 8-30 a. 11 to 12 m., and from 3 to 4 Any person in need a first class typewriter should not fail to write to j. A. Rolli Stone Creek o., for Cata Logue and Sample writing the a orld Type w Riter. The state Board health orders that the body any person dying from Scarlet fever diphtheria typhus fever shall not be taken to a Church Public places. A violation rules is punished by $50 Fine. U x / look out now for your Holiday presents. Ii. E. Espenschied has opened up his new Stock Holiday goods already consisting Gold and Silver watches chains rings pins All kinds the finest in the Market. 48-w4.Bro. P. Ii. Read the new Philadelphia Standard we ill be the next Deputy sheriff tins county. Aye congratulate Pat his Good Luck. Ilex in lie sure a Square meals regularly for six years at Mineral Pointer. Yes Pat is a Hustler and the appointment is a Good one. A Farmer who knows just what he is talking about hits the Nail the head when he says that nothing pays better than Good roads. It costs something to secure them but they Are the arteries that connect City and county along which the life currents Comfort perpetually flow. Bad roads full Chuck holes kill time team and temper. The a Mother Goose concert Given by the Young folks the presbyterian Church two evenings last week netted the neat sum $85.00. The entertainment was largely attended both evenings the prices admission coming within the financial limits most All the juvenile class. The play was Well rendered and reflected credit upon the actors and a Mother Goose especially. Last saturday Wras a very business Day with the merchants new Philadelphia notwithstanding the bad condition the roads. The Gentsch property occupied by Stermer amp Davis grocers has changed hands . My. Clark being the purchaser. Consideration $5,000. It you want a Tine present for the holidays go now to it. E. Espenschied and see his new Stock silverware the finest selection in town. 48-w4 the Banner House Saloon has been closed and will remain so under the present management so we a a Kansas Bill was not a Success As a a Beer Union thanksgiving services will be held in the E. Church thursday evening nov. 28th. At 7 clock. Rev. J. Ii. Dodd the disciples Church we ill deliver the address. A 1 1. Osgood aged about g4 years died at his residence East High St., last Friday evening from a third attack paralysis. He was buried in new Philadelphia cemetery sunday afternoon. John Huff who attempted to abuse his wife at Pike run last week had a hearing before mayor Mcgregor who fined him the costs and sentenced him to the county jail 20 Days Huff promising better conduct in the future. Rev. John a Illiams formerly pastor the Ai. E. Church this City will occupy the presbyterian Church pulpit next sunday morning in the absence Rev. Cook who will preach at Zanesville the same Day. Am. Hines who stubbed Frank Gregory previously reported in the times was Given a hearing before mayor my Mcgregor saturday last who bound him Over to common pleas court in the sum $500, in default which Hines was committed to the county jail. Or. James Bailey a Well known Farmer and life Long citizen Sandy tp., died typhoid fever at his Home about three Miles West Mineral Point last monday evening at the age 50 years. The deceased was a brother . A. Bailey late new Mineral Pointer 20th. The following Telegram dated Knoxville tenn., nov. 22d, says the remains Ii. Mizer and his sister Maggie who both died Here at the Home a coloured family in destitute circumstances we Cre shipped to ii o., for burial. A. Bippus amp son Are sole agents in new Philadelphia for chases Barley malt a Hiskey. Rich and pure it is a Fine tonic for the weak and feeble. It strengthens the lungs. 4gw3 the acquaintances in this place mrs. A. Goodman Nee miss Irwin Baker sister mrs. K. A Illiams will be sorry to learn that she died at her residence in Louisville ky., monday even no this week puerperal fever. Aye incidentally Learned that . G f. Korns and miss Emma Averly were United in marriage sunday evening last. A Ery quietly done Frank but we wish you and your Bride happiness and Prosperity All the same. The Interior the new Philadelphia Post office is indeed a Model neatness and Comfort and looks As cozy As a Well regulated family sitting course there a a women at the Bottom it. Card thanks. The members the family . Win. Osgood deceased tender their Heartfelt thanks to the friends who so kindly aided them in their late affliction. Mrs. Osgood. For Sale Only three More those desirable lots North Broadway and four North third Street in Vinton a building lots in new Philadelphia o., easy terms. H. C. Amp Alvin Anton props. John a. Himes agent. 42tf marriage licenses granted. Rudolph Luethy and Rosa Nelsch. David g. Obey and Anna Thompson. Gallagher and Mary Thompson. E. Menne and Elizabeth Thompson. Geo. Bair and Margaret Lorenz. We have Given a. Holland the Agency m Uhrichsville for our Barley malt a Hiskey. Distilled from malted Barley it is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. Ii. Chiase amp co., distillers Louisville by. 48w4 Hooks by tie thousand personal mention. Or. Avill Smith canal Dover dined with the times family sunday. Mrs. H. Granberry started last Friday for a visit to friends in Indiana. Mrs. Looper Ava Nesburg is visiting her son . Battershell dentist this place. Judge Hance left monday afternoon for Cambridge Guernsey county to sit a Case. Or. Harry Haskins Uhrichsville was visiting in town last week. He came up to see. Or. P. Goeler Shanesville sheriff elect gave the times office a pleasant Call tuesday morning. Or. Fred. Mackaman Vaynes Burg brother . Mackaman was in town monday business. Air. Homer a. Ream who Lias been visiting in Pittsburgh the past month returned Home Friday evening. Or. De. King made a Short visit Home last thursday staying Over night and striking out his business route Friday morning. Hon. Ii. H. Porter port a Ashing ton and . Of. Kennedy Uhrichsville were guests at the Exchange hotel monday. Or. A. A. Hoffman Baltic and mrs. Henry Boughman Millersburg were the guests a. And mrs. H. E. Espenschied last week. Or. A. A. Taylor Columbus o., correspondent the Cincinnati enquirer under the signature a. A. T., registered at the Exchange hotel monday. Miss Maggie Wilson Denver Colorado is visiting major c. H. Mathews. Miss Avilton is a daughter Hon. P. Avilton a former resident this place. _ James Ward jr., went to Pittsburg monday to attend the funeral his Cousin the Only daughter capt. Sam Brown. The Young lady died at Florence Italy the 10th inst. Or. Samuel e. Frutiger York township paid the times a Friendly Call saturday last after a sojourn about six months at the a Ooster pen Art College. Or. Frutiger expresses himself highly pleased with the Progress he made in the Art while there and intends teaching the coming Winter. From Dennison. The Neil opera House is ready for the roof. Thursday this week is thanksgiving and Denis onions will give thanks for a Alvayor Brien that a a peace and Good will prevail among his constituents a a Uncle Joe Healea that he will not have to give a mortgage his hotel to buy the boys Turkey John Hill that the Campaign is Over and the dems Are dancing the tra la Loo Bill Pitten Ger that he is not As wicked As Jim Graham says Doc. Finney that his rheumatism is gone. Trader will offer up a Benedictus for the same reason Tom alright that he is one the Best agents the Panhandle Spruce Bank that Billey Metcalf has joined the Church a. A. Bovey that he has his House filled every Day de. Lingan that the health the Community is so Good Bob Gardner that Kipp is building his Block the Corner Jim year Ley that he lives in Dennison Shields because he will make a Steen million dollars his couplers Jim Johnson because Gus Supply has got rid the gout and is a Good Democrat Jim Timmons that the new school House is k. Jim swy Ann that he has to get up at 2 a. To go to a we Reck j. L. Mason that there is a new girl in town Jno. Connell that he is alive Billy a Allacc that he has been keeping a a Batch a for two months c. B. Streat that All his men Are Happy and making lots Money Sam Auld and a. O. Shannan that Campbell was elected . Mccurdy that his patients Promise big returns l. Stiffey that he has a new baby a a Reddy a steal that he turns out the Dandy engines Billy Adams that he is a dude Charley Johnson that lie May get into his new House Joe Cross that he has to we Alk two Miles to work Tom Loller that he is Happy . Dole that everyone takes him to be about Twenty Flat Cahaney because Tom Burk does Billy Loller very thankful George Brown because he will be the Road for five weeks Ansell because he is again keeping House we do because everybody else will. Cyrus. A a ii n mini n in ii War a from fort Washington. Court common pleas. Proceedings. To night buy now Silks velvets pushes dress goods colors and Black by the Yard. Our All Ayoola French Cashmere at 50 cents a Yard Are unequalled value. Latest novelties in dress trimmings Gimps fringes applique effects braids buttons dress linings and dress lakers findings. Novelties in fur trimmings. Largest variety Best goods in hosiery and under Ware for men woman and children. Largest Stock fall and aah inter wraps for ladies and children. Jackets and Long wraps in cloth Seal Plush jackets Coats and mantles guaranteed to Wear Well at lows est prices. Finest Alaska Seal skin Coats and jackets also shoulder capes Boas and muffs in All the fashionable furs. Garments sent c. O. With privilege examination after january 1st, 1890, teachers in Public schools will have to teach the pupils the effect alcohol upon the human system that if persons take enough it it will make them drunk. Achy did no to the framers this Law go farther and include Morphia opium chloral amp a these drugs Are largely used to mitigate trouble sorrow and pain to excite pleasant feelings to create diversion from overstrained mental labor and Are quicker More Titu Ous and More effective in destroying human life than their Aye think it is utterly futile to teach children w to can comprehend it that alcohol taken in sufficient quantities produces drunkenness when they have almost a daily Observance this fact. In Short in teaching it in our Public schools we Hile it will do no harm it will not make one less drunkard As Long As alcohol is made and sold As a beverage. The Best kid gloves $1.00 a pair and upwards. Blankets Eider Down quilts table linens towels lace curtains heavy curtains table covers and upholstering. Write for samples and prices. Joseph Horn amp co., 609 to 621 Penn Avenue Pittsburg a. Act 24, 13s9. 43yl Aye learn that our genial Republican Friend Cooper who has the past 3 years been chief Book keeper for the Reeves bros., at the rolling Mill at this place and served them faithfully left monday morning to accept the management their works at new Philadelphia. Ave Are sorry to part with air. C. As he is a gentleman in every position in which he May be placed worthy the Confidence and esteem any Community and we Are sure our citizens without regard to age sex condition life we ill join us in sincere wishes that Good health Long life and Success May attend him. County seat society May congratulate themselves upon the addition . Coopers we Are sure he will be missed among the 3�?Toung folks and citizens generally Tuscarawas Democrat. Right you Are Bro. Gould. Ave happen to know in what High estimation . Cooper is held in Dover and we Are glad to Welcome the gentleman to our town. Aate opine that after a few months residence in our handsome Little City he will not like Dover any the le98, but new Philadelphia More. Of. P. Black this City a local sportsman note predicts that this will be a hard we inter. He has a wild Goose Bone which he says from its appearance is a sure sign and that the muskrats Are burrowing High up the water courses and also that Coons have Laid in a Bountiful Supply in their Dens which Are sure signs a hard Winter. About the surest sign in these any other predictions is that somebody is a liar. Or. C. Gentsch Omaha has located m this City for the purpose practice Springs Herald Saline county to. Or. Gentsch was born and reared in Tuscarawas county and lived and did business Here a number years As a druggist at the same time preparing himself for the practice vye can heartily recommend him seconded by his Large Circle friends in this place to the people Sweet Springs and Vicinity As a gentleman and a scholar. That he will be successful in his new Field labor we have not the least doubt. It is with sorrow we record the death air. Joseph ditto which occurred at his residence in Cleveland last thursday nov. 21st, at noon. Or. Ditto was born in Pennsylvania and came to this place about fifty years ago where he has resided continuously until a year so past we Hen he moved to he was in the 75th year his age. Air. Ditto was a Soldier in the 51st I., during the rebellion and having contracted chronic diarrhoea was Hon notably discharged account physical disability. He never full a recovered from this disease and it finally sapped the foundation what we As originally a Strong Constitution. His remains were brought Here and buried in the new Philadelphia cemetery sunday afternoon the Al sonic Lodge officiating in their impressive ceremony. He Wras also a member the g. A. R Post this City which order attended his funeral. He leaves a wife two daughters and four sons to mourn his loss. Or. Ditto was an excellent Man and universally liked and his death is deeply regretted by a Large Circle friends who followed his remains to their last resting place. Ave learn that at a meeting the new Philadelphia school Board saturday last they resolved to Purchase four and two tenths acres land from prof. Jos. Aveley for the purpose erecting another school building. The ground is situated immediately across the Dover Road facing the Chas. Mitchener Homestead and opposite the termination fair Street. Consideration $1,780. A great Surprise the choicest selections from the Franklin Caxton and Arlington editions making the largest selection authors and largest line books in the county also a full line gift books in Fine bindings. Tells drug store new Philadelphia. 47w3 Alessis. Hinkle amp Coley Bakers and confectioners East High Street have added to their popular establishment a new bread Wagon and Are now prepared to deliver bread Etc. This new feature will save the trouble running to the bakery every time you want bread pies cakes. A e can heartily recommend this firm As first class in their line. Will deliver bread every Day. 4gw3. A sensible Man. 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 Ard $1. Four boys whose Ages Range from 16 to 20 years who gave their place residence As Uhrichsville were arrested at new Comers own a monday by a Railroad detective for breaking open a merchandise car the C. Amp St. L. Ry., at that place. They we Ere taken before Squire Mulvane Newcomerstown plead guilty and we Erc bound Over to court. In default bail they were sent to the county jail arriving Here monday evening under the care marshal Gardner they gave their names As Geo. Bloody. John Mccurdy Arthur Heck and Joseph Mccurdy. A scrap paper saves her life. It was just an Ordinary scrap wrapping paper but it saved her life. She we As in the last stage consumption told by physicians that she was incurable and could live Only a Short time she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece w rapping 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 a. H. Cole druggist fort Smith. Trial bottles this wonderful discovery free at. 0. Miller amp son drug store. Avold use Kemp a Balsam for the Throat and lungs. It is curing More cases coughs cold 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. Drunkenness liquor habit. In All the world there is but one cure . Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea Coffee without the knowledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl a valuable medical treatise. The edition for 1889 the Sterling medical annual known As Hostetter a almanac is now ready and May be obtained free Cost druggists and general country dealers in All parts the United states Mexico and indeed in every civilized portion the Western hemisphere. This almanac has been issued regularly at the commencement every year for Over one fourth a Century. It combines we Ith the soundest practical advice for the preservation and restoration health a Large amount interesting and amusing Light Reading and the Calendar astronomical calculations chronological items &c., Are prepared with great care and will be found entirely accurate. The Issue i Lostetter a almanac for 1889 will probably be the largest edition a Al Edical Woik Ever published in any country. The proprietors messes. Llos Tetter amp co., Pittsburgh ra., receipt a two cent stamp will Forward a copy by mail to any person who cannot i procure one in his neighbourhood. A a the Best is none to and the Chicago Ali Waukee and St. Paul railway has no equal. Regulas travellers will have no other and account its superiority it has been chosen by the government to carry the fast mail to the Northwest. Its vesti ruled trains Betws Een Chicago St. Paul and Ali Neapolis Are the finest in the land steam heated and lighted by electricity. Connects at St. Paul with All lines running Toamontana Idaho Avash in ton Oregon and Northwest British territory. The line from Chicago to Council Bluffs and Omaha is the shortest Between these Points the equipment is unsurpassed Pullman sleeping cars to Council but Iris and recoil King chair cars the latest improved pattern Are run free for individuals parties holding second class tickets thus saving expense and securing Comfort. Connects at Council Bluffs with Union Pacific railway for Points in Nebraska Colorado avy Oming Utah Idaho Oregon Nevada Aud California. All ticket agents sell tickets via this popular route and you will make no mistake by asking for your tickets by the Chicago Ali Waukee and St. Paul rail Way. For further information and a new map the United states Send to Geo. Ii. Leafford first assistant general passenger and ticket agent Milwaukee to a to. Kelly travelling passenger agent 25 Clinton Block Columbus Ohio., Kup Epsy. 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. Ave recommend electric bitters for dyspepsia and All diseases liver stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. And $1.00 per bottle by f. C. A Lillor amp son druggist. Airs. Alary Kilgore visited relatives in new7 Philadelphia last week. Mrs. Ala Dis Bolivar was in town last thursday and Friday. Lineas Fessenden attended county court last week. Mrs. E. Hill and daughter Claudia spent a couple Days in canal Dover last week. Airs. Alary Blickens Derfer and son George after a two months visit with friends and relatives in this part the county will return to their Home in Oakland aio., this week. The moravian choir is preparing to give a cantata entitled a Jepthah and his daughter a about new years Day. This will be something new in the line entertainments usually Given Here and we Hope they May make it a grand Success. I am obliged to withdraw the statement made in last w Eek a paper regarding the concert to be gotten up by the band. The . Fox referred to entered into the agreement with the a a boys to get his hotel Bill paid and car fare out town. The boys feel cheap Althom they done to say much about it. Or. A. Ii. Condict travelling Salesman for the John shill its co. Of Cincinnati spent several Days last week in our town and remained Over sunday. He is a splendid Singer and while Here gave the Church choir Many beneficial instructions and also assisted them in singing their Anthem sunday night for which they feel under Many obligations to him. A. Ril fool. From Newport. Cases settled. Cyrus Roth v John t. Simmers. John Schneider v am. Thornburgh. John Nagley v Samuel Dahler. Jacob Mushrush v z. P. Sparks. Plaintiff to plead. Mary v Sarah j. Kurtz. Robert Render v Ai. Skeels. Alary Johnson v Joseph Alor head. Frank Eves v John Starkey. Aah Atkin a Atkins v s. L. Keeth. Simon Neff v John Siagel. Defendant to plead. Elisha Babcock a c. L. Amp a. R. R. Brice amp Glass v the Brock Hill Coal company. Elizabeth Kohr v P. Taylor. Anna Kelley v Eliza Kelley. John Brisben v Barbara Bland. Joshua Grim v William Bland. Sands b. Kummell v John Lebold. E. Beans v Tuscarawas Valley . Al Ichael Weidman v de. Rosemond. Judgments. John d. Otis v Susan Swihart. Continued recognizance. Ohio comp Cynthia a Huston v Jacob Huston. Ohio comp Ann Beans v Adam Henderson. Ohio comp Elizabeth Arreor v Andrew Reiss. Ohio comp Sarah Sessaman v Thomas Hykes. Cases dismissed. Anna acc la v Loretta Degrief. Susan Maples v Alo Narch Coal co. Judgment for plaintiff. J. P. Grim v Aari Lliam Bland. Albert Bates v a. E. Lash. Ulrich Gerber v Franz Baker. Jury trials. Cephus c. Corrall v j. A. A in Spear. Am. F. Clark v g. W. Hilton. Decree divorce. Harriet Young v Hiram Young. Confirmations partitions and Sale. John Lab v Isaiah Collins. Franklin a. Bigler v John s. Bigler. Am. A. Gordon v Nancy a. Gordon. Francis Read v Patrick ii. Read. Sarah Kinsey v Marion g. Kinsey. The blessed sleep. Real estate transfers compiled in the office the recorder deeds furs furs furs the travelling Salesman the famous fur House Walter Buehl it pc co., Detroit Michigan will be with us Friday and saturday this week. Any one wishing any goods in the fur line will do we Ell to Call us and select from a Fine assortment goods for none surpasses the goods this House. Yours respectfully Burry amp Browne successors to j. Burry amp son. Festivals have become stale in this place. Miss Leggett Union tp., is visiting the family commissioner Westli afer this week. Miss Laura Smith has been absent for the past week visiting friends in Harrison county. The E. Church having been recently repaired will be re dedicated the 1st december. Mrs. Morton is very ill at this writing from typhoid fever. Miss Leona Page who has been very ill for the past three weeks is con a descent. G. F. Hammond is building the receiving vault in Uhrichsville cemetery. A. Page and son have contracted some Bridge work lately. Our school is at present in a flourishing condition. Prof. Hamilton principal we think is the right Man in the right place. But the school building what it alas How unlucky for Newport that so Large a Brick building and so costly should be condemned within a year after its erection. The question now arises is the Newport school building Safe not with its sprung Walls Proctor. Joseph Loeb to win. E. Polen out lot 13, Uhrichsville $250. Daniel Hostetler to John Steiner i acre Auburn $20. George Betscher to c. L. Hagner lot 4, Dover $520. A. B. Johnson to t. J. Parker lot 6, Uhrichsville $175. C. 11. Slingluff to Jacob Weber lots 2, 3, Dover $675. A. E. Floyd to Joseph c. Mcclintock lot 3, Uhrichsville $150. Martha Swihart to James c. Robbins it Al 1 acre Goshen $800. Perry Stocksdale to Henry s. Butt 1 acre Goshen $350. Perry Stocksdale to f. R. Lehman 1 acre Goshen $350. J. A. I it. Richards to Geo. E. Campbell 5 96-100 acres $1,461. J. A. Richards to Geo. E. Campbell 64-100 acres Goshen $225. Isaiah Rinehart to Mahala Everhart 2-3 acre Bucks $1,025. A. A. Patrick to Mary Helen Patrick 102 25-1co, acres Dover $1,500. W. K. Eckfeld to win. Gab bars lot a Dennison $175. Maurice Moody to the Dennison G. V., 1-5 acre $100. David Hicks to Jacob g. Owens 40 17-10 acres Perry $1,000. Samuel Schlup to John Griffiths lot 4, 5, 6, 15 and 16, new pmla., $605. A W. Porter to James a. Guthrie lot 2, Uhrichsville $225. A. Romig to Catharine Johnston lots 231, 232, $300. Philip putts adm a to John Lewis 3 acres York $315. Misery comes at its worst when so Nabei forsakes the body. Nothing could show the universality and humanity Shakespeare better and the greatness his Power expression than All his knowledge and Assurance the Blessing sleep the misery the want it the horror filling it with racking dreams when mind and body Are at War the soul and sorrow have struck hands. For to most Man and womankind comes a time at last when such dreams alight about the edges sleep like foul creatures and the night becomes ones familiar As if it were some mediaeval Demon care sitting beside the Pillow anxiety tossing the clothes suspense and sorrow flapping ghastly wings about the bed and the worn and weary nerves tormenting the flesh like so Many Little red hot Pinchers torture when the very disease for which sleep would be a remedy drives sleep away and the sufferer travels All night in a vicious Circle a More pained and weary Jaunt than All the witches mid air Ever took upon their Broom Sticks. It is not the easy Well digested careless nature that knows the torture wakefulness fat men As a Rule Are a such As sleep to nights a and one Shakespeare a people exclaims thou Hast no figure nor fantasies Avrich Busy Earo draws in the brains men therefore thou sleep St so sound. But it is the worrying soul that can not find sleep that frightens sleep away that wears sleep thin and wears it out till there is no sleep for that poor soul. It has come to be generally admitted that worry does far More harm to the would be Sleeper than work Ever does that work even in undue Quantity does but fatigue the body and makes sound sleep the surer. But worry fatigues the nerves and in fatiguing them excites them to the Point where the thickest Blanket the dark that can be drawn is penetrated by their Sharp stings. The nervous system when All is said is understood less than any thing in the Earth beneath in the heavens above it it is the most difficult All tasks to regulate it a Theu it is once out order it is that part humanity which should be most carefully kept and considered and tried As Little As possible. To Tell a person nervous temperament not to worry is a work super rotation rather should one help to make things so that there should be nothing to worry about. It is almost impossible for such a person to help worrying Over every pins prick. But just As soon As worry can be remitted and apprehension forgotten does sleep become possible sleep the Only Sovereign Power which can Lay its Cool hand upon the burning brain and bring it from wild unrest to deep repose and the sweets Bazar. Depew and Forepaugh. From Ruck Horn. Having erected in front our flouring Mill a new and first class set Scales we respectfully invite the Public to share their patronage with us. The location is Handy and we can always be found at the Mill. 36tf Billett amp Miller. Choice land for Sale a part the Well known Rezin Myers farm at Sandyville station. For terms and particulars enquire E. Smith 212 West Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. 40w8 for Sale trade�?160 acres Good land in Holt county Nebraska. Avold Trade for property m near new Philadelphia. Title perfect. Call the editor the times. If i have been a Reader your paper for nearly three years and i think 1 could not do without it. I will give you a few items and if these Are accepted you May hear from me again. Rain and Muddy roads prevail in this locality. The Corn crop is nearly All taken care . Wheat looks Well since the Rainy weather. The smiling face g. John has left our neighbourhood. He has rented a farm the River Bottom where he expects to make his future Home. Ave wish them Success. Or. Ellsworth Giggle and wife will leave for Florida in a few Days where they will make their future Home. Ave wish him Success. Kavork has begun the Yeagle Ore Hill. Fred. Beitzel being overseer who is a Clever Man and Means business. The election for land appraiser was looked after with More interest by the Farmers in our township than the state election. A. G. Sunny. From Ina Denillo ten. Messes. F. Spring and Fred. Avar Ner have purchased the steam flouring Mill. No school the 29tli teachers go to e. O. Association at Cambridge. Miss Laura Spring is visiting with mrs. A e 1 ton. M iss a Olcott is spending a few Days with her aunt mrs. Penna. Relief Lodge k. Of p., at their social the 13th, were pleasantly surprised by the ladies presenting them a Beautiful chair that retailed in Columbus at $43.00. G. A. Res in conjunction with a. R. Cos and s. Of yes gave an entertainment and social the 20th, which proved quite interesting. Miss Lou Peter is visiting at Canton she expects to remain some time. _ a. Ventilation. Remarkable resemblance that has led to Many ludicrous mistakes. The resemblance Between Chauncey Depew the distinguished new York Railroad president and statesman and Adam Forepaugh the circus King is wonderfully striking and brother Chauncey is frequently taken for brother Adam and vice versa. This similarity has led to a number ludicrous mistakes. Last Winter while Foro Paughf a big show was in Winter quarters in Philadelphia one the baby elephants was a rented out to the management an opera company it being utilized to give realism to an Oriental scene. The opera company closed its season the latter part March and the baby elephant was shipped Back to Philadelphia in charge the agent the company. The elephant was left in the car and the agent went Down to the Continental hotel where he had an appointment by mail to meet . Forepaugh whom he knew and had frequently met. Brother Chauncey happened to be at the hotel at the time. To had been invited Over to Philadelphia to a dinner Given by the famous Clover club and when the opera company s agent entered he was standing near the desk talking to one the clerks. The agent instantly spotted him for brother Adam. A Good morning a he said a a in a glad to see a delighted in a sure a answered brother Chauncey with a puzzled look his face As though trying to remember where he had seen the agent. A you got my letter course a a a not yes a Well no i can to say that i did a and the puzzled look deepened brother Chauncey a face. A to Well a said the agent a it does no to make any difference the baby a a a the baby so Here a a Why yes it arrived this morning what shall i do with it a a do with what a a Why the a a Arhat baby a a the baby a Light broke Over brother Chaun Ceyus face. A my dear fellow a he said a who do you take me for a a for Adam brother Chauncey began to laugh. A great Caesar a he exclaimed a a that a the fourth time in be been mistaken for . Forepaugh since in be been in Philadelphia and in every town i strike i have at least one experience the kind. My names Depew in a Chauncey then they both laughed and the agent went off to find the real . Forepaugh. A Philadelphia letter. As houses Are generally made it is better to draw Down the upper Sash a window for the reason that the warmest air particular during the Winter collects near the ceiling and injurious matters Are carried up into it from the floor. Drawing Down the Sash will afford a double Means ventilation a permitting the warm and noxious air at the top to escape and the outer air to enter at the Bottom the Sash through the lower one. When the weather is cold it is not necessary that the upper Sash be lowered much an Inch two would be sufficient for a room the average size that is fourteen fifteen feet Square. A room which is used for the general assembling the family what is called the living room should not be less than that in dimensions. Holmes for Sale. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. J x 7 tune up your banjos guitars and violins with a splendid set strings from ii. E. Espenschied a jewelry store West High St., new Phila., 48-w4. The railroads employ 750,000 voters. Ave invite you to see our bargains in Gold set rings All descriptions at h. E. Espenschied a jewelry store West Bligh Street. �?T8-w4. A Nickel in the Slot machine is being devised to take instantaneous photographs. In China All the wealthy people have a Large line Rochester hanging 1 their tombs and coffins made during and stand lamps in the latest styles j their life time Rich Gold and oxidized Silver finish at less prices than Ever before offered for same Quality goods at a Ells drug store new Philadelphia 47w3 a Toronto inventor says his ship will Cross the Ocean in four Days. Disproportion Bleness with Twenty one letters is said to be the longest English word. It is predicted that the Peanut roaster 1890 will do its roasting by electricity

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