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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 11, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio New Philadelphia times. Look Well to our county ticket. Richwood have a Street fair to Day. The Coshocton Standard published a fair edition last week of twelve pages. The next National Encampment of the g. A. I. Will be held at Milwaukee wis. The finest goods the fairest dealings the fullest satisfaction guaranteed at a a. C. Sutton amp cons. A typhoid fever epidemic is raging at Duluth. There Are now Over 4.30 cases and Many of them Are serious. Last of the season the Cleveland and Marietta railway special excursion tuesday oct. 23rd, to Cleveland and the marvelous Cyclorama. A Beautiful line of millinery goods just arrived at mrs. R. B. Hayes store on West High Street. Come Early and select what you want. We will not be excelled by any one either in Quality or Price. 42 w2 we have received for Exchange the working woman published at Washington i. C. The paper does not put Forth any Effort on the behalf of women particularly but seems to be a Republican Campaign document. Greatly excited. Not a few of the citizens of new Philadelphia have recently become greatly excited Over the astounding facts that Many of their friends who have been announced by their physicians As incurable and beyond All Hope suffering with that dreaded monster consumption have been completely cured by or. Kings new discovery for consumption the Only remedy that does positively cure All Throat and lung diseases coughs colds asthma and bronchitis. Trial bottle free at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. Large bottles $1.00. Stone Creek. The democrats of this place raised a Large Hickory pole on last saturday afternoon with a Banner waving in Honor of Cleveland and Thurman. The weather had been wet and disagreeable most of the Day nevertheless they had a Good and enjoyable time. Jasper Mitchell Esq. Of canal Dover Laid out the issues of the present Campaign in a pleasing manner. Prof. C. C. Forney was also expected but on account of sickness in his family lie could not be present. The Yorktown brass band enlivened the Ocassio with Choice selections from their endless variety of first class music. A Good collection was taken and presented to them for their Good service. J. W. Rolli was a witness before the grand jury of the in. Its. District court last week. It was on the i. M. Ferrell Case at Cleveland. The 1. M. Took a Short stay at Canton on his Way Home. Some of our citizens who were attending the Newcomerstown fair last week were relieved of some of their xes and Vas by the swindling concerns encouraged by that institution. A a Sulfar Creek. Quite a number of people from this place attended the Tuscarawas county fair fast week. Some supposed thief tried to enter n. C. Beachy a dry goods store Jast Friday night but lie dispersed before Lewis seven shooter had time to get in its work. We notice that part of our town is being lit up with Street lamps. Other business men should follow suit. There is a bouncing baby boy a Young storekeeper and Cleveland Man at n. C. Beachy a. The schools of this place began monday last. The teachers employed Are u. G. Hostetler principal and miss Cora Strome primary. Will. Fulton left for Canton last monday. He expects to work on the c. Amp c. Railroad during the coming Winter making Canton ins Headquarters. Mrs. E. E. Gordon has been very ill for a few Days hut she is again recovering. After an illness of about Twenty seven years miss Drusilla Penrod was relieved of her suffering. It is about Twenty seven years since miss Penrod took sick and Twenty three of which she was unable to walk or stand. Rheumatism being the affliction she was compelled to sit in her chair nearly the whole time of her illness. Miss Penrod was a Christian lady and calmly endured her suffering until she was called to her heavenly Home. Her remains were Laid to rest at Union Hill on the 5th instant aged 54 years 8 months and 0 Days. Beautiful parlor picture. The Beautiful picture a a will they consent a is a Large magnificent engraving printed upon a Sheet 19 inches wide by 24 inches Long. It is an exact copy of an original painting by Kwall which was sold for $5,000. This elegant picture represents a Young lady standing in a Beautiful room surrounded by All that is luxurious near a half open door while the Young Man her Lover is seen in an adjoining room asking the consent of her parents for their daughter in marriage. The Fine Interior decorations together with the Graceful position of the Beautiful girl is in keeping with the sentiment of the picture. It must be seen to be appreciated. This valuable picture is fitting to adorn the Walls of any ladies parlor and in order to Oiler an extraordinary inducement to introduce our Wax starch this costly picture will be Given away free to every person purchasing a Small Box of Wax starch. This starch is something entirely new and is without a doubt the greatest starch invention of the nineteenth Century at least everybody says so that have used it. It supersedes everything heretofore used or known to science in the laundry Art. Unlike any other starch As it is coated with pure White Wax and chemically prepared upon scientific principles by an expert in the laundry profession who Lias had years of practical experience in fancy Laun drying. It is the first and Only starch in the world that makes ironing easy and restores old summer dresses to their natural whiteness and imparts to Linen 9 Beautiful and lasting finish. Ask your grocer for Wax a starch and obtain this Beautiful and costly picture free. Tins Wax at a new co., 88w Keokuk Iowa. a Soldier who was seen to take of his Cap while using the Telephone informed a questioner that to did to be Causo to was talking to his Superior officer. A the Man who finds fault with every thing usually does so because he wants to get even on the amount of fault that is found with traveler. A an oven temper laughs at the thermometer and bettor is a flannel shirt with coolness and Contentment than a Sealskin overcoat with a Forward mind. In. Y. Sun. �?�?ocholly�?�?o1 say bin did you Ever witness a burial at sea a bin a a no. Nover saw a burial but we had a Wake behind us All the Way Over last s Bazar. A a it takes a year my dear a said an old lady to a Bride of a couple of months who was anxious about her husbands affection a to know a Many and then you know nothing about a doctor to patient who complains of a great number of troubles a what a splendid fund of health you must possess my dear Madam to maintain it against so Many Blatter. A the Young lady of Fondu lao who Hoard that bathers at the seashore were required to Wear trunks purchased two extra Saratoga for the Northwestern. A a Georgia negro had just paid the last Dollar on a mule he bought when suddenly the creature died leaving him a financial Wrozek. Being Condolon with to replied a Well his time come Ter go Sah and i Radder him Dan a Somo of thasom old saws have a great Deal to answer for. For instance if somebody Hadnot onco said a it is never too late to mend a probably a Good Many people would not to postponing the process so and leather reporter. A a certain moans of stopping a dog fight or loosening a vicious dogs hold upon any thing is showering something Over Tho animal that will produce sneezing. To his will Power Over so Strong the motion of sneezing involuntarily opens a dog s jaw. Pepper Ane wors very Well but snuff is Tho Best As it can to used without limit. A a Why can to they make these dummies More lifelike a said a facetious follow halting with a Friend in front of a clothing store on Market Street and slapping a Figuro a vigorous blow on the Chook. Tho a a Dummy turned suddenly let Fly his left mid the Faco thous Man went Down on the pavement a though struck by a lightning times. A lady angrily to tramp at the Back door a a you can to got any thing to eat tramp politely a a i beg your Pardon Madame. I done to want any thing to cat. I have just eaten a Good dinner at the House of your neighbor but if you could give me a Small cup of Coffeo and a cigarette you would Loee me under Many obligations. A a Washington critic. A Ono night at a mooting a negro prayed earnestly that to and his Brethren might be preserved from what to called their a a upsetting a Brud Der a one of his friends said a you Ain t got de hang of Dat a word. Its a be setting a not a a rudder a replied he a if that a so its so but i was praying do lord to save us from de sin of a Tox cation and if Dat ainu to a upsetting sin i Dunno what a a girl who by Chance was compelled to Wash her face with the juice of a Watermelon found it so soothing that she continued it and to Hor Joyful Surprise discovered that her freckles were disappearing. She applied the now Wash with More vigor than Ever and soon they were entirely gone. This makes Tho even 1,000 things which Aro said to be Sovereign remedies for freckles. A a i left Tho business Long ago a said Tho sex Umpire a but it Soems to follow to still even to my own a How is that a asked Hie auditor. A Well my son works in an Iron Mill and my daughter is a Fine Young lady. I go Homo at night and find my boy on a strike and my girl gone on balls and parties. Even my wife gives to Chicken wings foul tips you and the old Umpire chronicle. A now York Dame a i thin you Chicago married folks ought to live together if Only for appearances Sake. Just think what an awful reputation All these divorces give your City a Chicago do Snez a Well you see Chicago has no nearby summer resort to which 41 the married women can go Overy Spring and not Soo their husbands oftener than once a month As you do in now York you Omaha world. A judge to prisoner who has just been brought into court a a what is your Namo a judge a where Aro you from or. Billings a prisoners a i refuse to state As such information has nothing to do with the judge a but we will compel you to state prisoners a that will be a dangerous proceeding i assure you. 1 shot a judge judge Musingly a a Tho prisoner is fro in 1 Raveley. A a Ethel a asked a Lewistown Mother of her daughter As the fair Young girl sat Down at a late breakfast in her morning gown a did George leave any package for to last evening a Ethel blushed and said faltering by a Why no Mamma what made you ask a a to nothing i Only Hoard him say at the door Asho said Good Bye a now Bere is one More for your Mother,1 and i did no to know but it was that pattern for lace Lambre quins that his Mother has promised Ethel said nothing. A Lewistown journal. A Telephone operators receive lots of queer foolish and funny Calls everywhere. But a fellow Here gave the Exchange a Good one the other Day. To rang up and called for a the Wagon when asked a what Wagon Yard a replied a Why the Ono i left my Wagon of course he got it. Another Chap the same Day called for a the depot a and when the operator wanted to know what depot Sang out a say can i come Down there with my trunk and Valise and go a the operator told him a yes a and he undoubtedly transcript. A there is almost As much pathos As humor in Tho following Story of an Albany boy of tender years shortly after his mothers death with his father to visited her grave being carried there by a horse which had recently been bought by Tho father. The husband standing apart was naturally in a contemplative Frame of mind and the boy when unable to stand the oppressive silence any longer lifted his childish voice in an interrogative tone and said a Ama wove got a now Albany journal. Where the Quail belongs. An Austin teacher was instructing his class in natural history. A to what class of Birds does Tho a wife Helenf a he asked. The Birds of prey a was Tho to Hill he class do Tho Quail be Naff Pine. The teacher re a a it a Quail belong a out the hungry the Texas try it yourself. 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 not at All my brother Charley died of bright�?T8 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 1 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 Oil 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 years 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 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 Only Temperance bitters known. Vinegar bitters a Beautiful Book free. Addess r. Ii. Mcdonald drug co., 38yl 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. 8. To Mig. 25tf Foit 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 m 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 scat. Timber would More than pay for tin land. For information Call at times office. For Sale a or will Trade for Good town property a 40 acre tract of Good Hill land 30 acres of it Good Timber 10 acres cleared no buildings. 4.1 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 00x264 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 000 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can be had at the times office. Of for Sale or Trade a Good five year old hambletonian Tuc Keyho stallion Well broke and gentle. Will give a bargain. For information inquire at the times office. Of Ohio Centennial at Columbus september 4th to october 19th. Round trip tickets will be sold at Low excursion rates until the close of the Centennial. 39w5 children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was tick 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. Probate court. I Otice is hereby Given that the Fol lowing accounts and vouchers of executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed in the office of the probate court of Tuscarawas county Ohio and will be for hearing on saturday october 20th, 1888, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed of first account and vouchers of Daniel Wyss guardian of David b., Minnie m., James ii., Thomas a. And Jessie f. Ripley. Final account and vouchers of John Kaderly administrator of the estate of e1 i Zabeth just uber d deceased. Final account and vouchers of Susannah Hixson executrix of the will of Amos Hixson deceased. Second account and vouchers of Jonathan t. Romig trustee of the estate of Orvy c. Romig under the will of Samuel Romig deceased. First account and vouchers of Daniel w. Bender administrator of the estate of William Grove deceased. Final account and vouchers of t. J. Evans Assignee of Emmet w. Uhrich. Final account and vouchers of Samuel Rufer guardian of Alice Welch. Second account and vouchers of Elizabeth Stocker executrix of the will of Richard Stocker deceased. Final account and vouchers of Ananias Harper executor of the will of Carrie it. Harper deceased. Final account and vouchers of George Schmitz administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Elizabeth Marti deceased. First account and vouchers of f. Douthitt guardian of Margaret Smith. Final account and vouchers of w. J. Ila Kinson administrator of the estate of William Porter deceased. Third account and vouchers of John i. Grove executor of the will of George Grove deceased. Supplemental final account and vouchers of William Campbell deceased late guardian of Kate Huston As rendered by George e. Campbell administrator of the estate of said William Ca m Peel 1, d Ecea Seti. First account and vouchers of George f. Schneider guardian of Charles Engel and Philip Engel. Final account and vouchers of Harvey Smith guardian of Kate Huston. Final account and vouchers of John s. Graham guardian of William e. Leatherman. Final account and vouchers of Luther j. Murphy administrator of the estate of Michael Haas deceased. Final account and vouchers of shed Riek Cope executor of the will of Hannah w. Sparks deceased. Tenth account and vouchers of Andrew Coblentz guardian of Mary cob Lentz an insane person. Amended final account and vouchers of William Campbell deceased late guardian of William e. Leatherman As rendered by George e. Campbell administrator of said William Campbell deceased. Final account and vouchers of Jacob Weller executor of the will of Christian Ilan Penkrat deceased. Final account and vouchers of John a. Wagner Assignee of Valentine la re tories. Final account and vouchers of William ii. Criswell deceased late guardian of Samuel t. Davis As rendered by John s. Graham administrator with the will annexed of the estate of said William ii. Crisswell deceased. Final account and vouchers of Sarah Mccue deceased late guardian of Andrew j. And Harvey s. Mccue As rendered by Philip Mccue administrator of the estate of said Sarah Mccue deceased. Final account and vouchers of Jane Sewell guardian of Elizabeth j. Sewell. First account and vouchers of John w. Fackler administrator of the estate of Charles Buss deceased. First account and vouchers of Joseph k. Covell executor of the will of Jeremiah i. Conwell deceased. Third account and vouchers of George Schuler executor of the will of Henry Gross deceased. Final account and vouchers of James Waddington guardian of Margaret e. Waddington. Supplemental final account and vouchers of James Waddington guardian of Anna Waddington. J. W. Yeagley probate j Edge. September 27, 188s. 40w4. The Corn Palace at Sioux City the citizens of Sioux City Iowa were last year so successful in representing to Public View the novel idea of a a a com Palace that it has been determined by those enterprising people to renew the Success of last season and present this year a Corn Palace on a More extended scale with incidental festivities appropriate to the Section of the country of which Sioux City is the principal Center. The Palace will be open for exhibition from september 24th to october 6th, 188s, and during that period excursion tickets at greatly reduced rates will be sold by All roads entering at Sioux City. Among these great roads which penetrate the Corn Belt of Iowa the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul Ray is the chief and Sioux City is easily reached by its lines which extend from All Points of the Compass. Excursion tickets will also be sold during the dates above specified from Sioux City to Points in Dakota thus enabling those seeking new Homes or investments in the great West to do so at moderate expense. For further information it will be Well to address James v. Mahoney commissioner Sioux City Iowa or a. V. 11. Carpenter general passenger agent Milwaukee wis. 39wg the w. advertised shoes Are widely known everywhere As the Best value for the Money of any yet introduced. His celebrated $3.00 calf seamless shoe is perfectly smooth inside no tacks or Wax thread to Hurt the feet and As easy As hand sewed shoes. It is a pleasure to Wear them. Read Lus advertisement appearing in this paper from time to time. Walton amp Ackey sole agents for new Philadelphia Ohio. 33 w 11 three farms in Montgomery county kansas�?400 acres in ally will Trade for a Good Stock of merchandise Price $0,000. Address lock Box 88 4, Independence Kas. I7tf for Good seven year Ohl Mare and Colt. A bargain. Call at the times office. Possesses Many important advantages Over All other prepared foods. Babies cry for it. Invalids relish it. Makes plump laughing healthy babies. Regulates the stomach and bowels. Sold by druggists. �5c., 50c., . Wells Richardson i co. Bubi Lotow it. Portraits. A portfolio of Beautiful baby portraits printed on Fine late paper by Patent photo process sent free to Mother of any baby bom within a year. Every Mother wants these pictures Send at once give baby a name and ago. Wells Richardson amp co., props., Burlington it 13yl__ its easy to Dye with Superior in strength fastness Beauty and simplicity. Warranted to color More goods than any other dyes Ever made and to give More Brilliant and durable colors. Ask for the Diamond and take no other. 36 color 10 cents each. Wells Richardson amp co., Burlington it. For gilding or bronzing fancy articles use Diamond paints. Gold Silver Bronte Copper. Only to cents. Tho eminent Gorman Okulist and. Optician founder and principal of the Eye ear nose amp Throat infirmary Cox. N. High and Lafayette Sass Columbis Ohio. Tiie doctor positively Curea after All others fail All ? diseases of the Eye ear n Ose Throat and lungs and fits glasses in the most difficult cases. Or. Salm who is a graduate of Berlin Vienna and in Eidelberg has during his Large experience in Tho above specialities made More Blind see More deaf hear has cured More nasal Catarrh More Throat troubles and has saved More people from passing into an Early grave from troubles of the lungs such As consumption Ash of 111a, bronchitis Etc., Etc., than any other living surgeon. The doctor docs not ask you to take your Caso away from under the care of the family physician but simply asks you to give him a trial after All others have failed. Lie will fit spectacles and Eye glasses for All kinds of defective eyes such As near or far sight weak sight spots before the eyes squint or Wall Eye drooping eyes for troubles of the Muscles of refraction and accommodation astigmatism and every defect of the eyes. Or. Salm has these glasses ground in his own factory established in connection with his infirmary in Columbus. He has brought with him from Germany two of the most expert workmen skilled in grinding lenses of an kind. Call on him for testimonials from persons who have gone about for years unfit for any kind of business and by having been fitted by him wit i the Correct lenses after a number of others had failed Are now praising or. Salm As their greatest Benefactor for they Are once More enabled by the help of the lenses to read write and attend to any duty in life with All Comfort. £9�?o give or. Salm is chill at this vim if you Sutler from any disease lie Lias made Liis specially 4�?Turcs Nii it satisfaction guaranteed. Consultation and Kiam nation Fol be. Address All communications to do. Moritz Salm Columbus Ohio. Will be at new Philadelphia Exchange hotel nov. 5u1 Uhrichsville Central House nov. 4th Newcomerstown commercial hotel november 3d. Or. 8alnt8 new method of examining the ear. Harvest excursions. For the Benefit of those who desire to i take a Western trip and see the magnificent crop results in Dakota Minnesota Iowa Nebraska and Kansas at comparatively Small expense the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul Ray will sell from Chicago Milwaukee and other Points 011 its lines in Illinois Wisconsin Eastern Iowa and Minnesota round trip Harvest excursion tickets to Points farther West at one half of the regular rates. Tickets will be Good for return passage for thirty Days from dates of Sale which will be As follows August 21st september 11th and 25th october 9th and 23d. For further information address a. V. Ii. Carpenter general passenger agent Milwaukee Wisconsin or Jno. Of Lauu Jilin travelling passenger agent 99 Vav. 4th St., Cincinnati o. 33wll. Land excursions via the Pennsylvania lines. Land explorers excursion tickets at Low round trip rates will be sold 011 october 9th and 23th, via the Pennsylvania lines West of Pittsburg to representative Points in Kansas Colorado Nebraska Iowa Minnesota Dakota Montana Wyoming Indian territory Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and Texas. These tickets will be Good for return passage within thirty Days from Date of Sale. Further information can be secured by calling 011 or addressing the passenger or ticket agent in your Vicinity of the Pennsylvania co., or the p. C. Amp St. Louis Ray or Chicago St. L. Amp Pittsburgh Railroad. Market reports. Times office october 11, 1888. Flour Patent v bbl. $ 5 00 a a a a u sack. 1 40 a a Best family bbl. $ 4 70 a a Amber sack. 1 30 a a a a new proc. 1 50 wheat Bushel. 1 00 corny new it Bushel. 05 Oats new Bushel. 35 Rye Bushel. 55 butter�?7$ Pound. 10 eggs u dozen. 18 buckwheat flour a Pound. 04 hams�?7$ Pound. 12 shoulders�?41 Pound. 09 sides a Pound. 09 lard Pound. 09 tallow Pound. 4 beef of cd Pound. 07 5 15 Salt Goshen of barred. 1 15 White lime�?7b barred. 1 00 Akron cement�?7$ barred .1 35 calcined plaster barrel. 2 25 land plaster�?7b ton. 9 00 a a a a �?7b barrel 1 50 potatoes�?7b1 Bushel new .30 dried peaches�?7b Pound .04 dried a i i list a Bushel 750100 rags Pound. 01 onions�?7b Bushel. 50 hay�?7b ton new. 11 00 Timothy seed�?4 Bushel .2 00 Wool. 29 fertilizers�?7b 011. 35 00 Clover seed�?4 Bushel. 5 00 chickens a Pound. 05@06 ducks a Pound. 00 turkeys a Pound. 07 geese apiece. 40@50 Here we Are a once More with a new fresh Stock of groceries notions a xxx cheap Harvest excursions to Points in Kansas Nebraska Colorado Minnesota Dakota Montana Wyoming Arkansas Indian territory Texas new Mexico Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana 011 september 11th and 25th, october 9th and 23d, 1888. Tickets will be sold at the rate of one fare for the round trip and be Good for return passage thirty Days from Day of Sale. For tickets and full information Call upon or write any agent of the Cleveland amp Marietta Ray co., or address w. K. Richards g. P. Agent Cambridge o. Excursions via the c. Amp Railway. Cheap Harvest excursions to Points in Iowa Kansas Nebraska Colorado Minnesota Dakota Montana Wyoming Arkansas Indian territory Texas new Mexico Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana 011 september 25th, october 9th and 23d. Tickets will be sold at the rate of one fair for the round trip and Good for return passage thirty Days from Date of Sale. For tickets and full information Call upon or write any i agent of the Cleveland amp Marietta Ray co., or address w. K. Richards Gen. Pas. Age to Cambridge Ohio. 39w5 property for Sale. Two lots 04x00, with Good two Story Frame dwelling of 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings Good Well and Cistern and a Good cellar under tiie House. All kinds of fruit. Would sell As a whole or Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf provisions 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 a w. Rice a prices building North Side of East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. July 1, 1888. 28m0 if you want Good Fine groceries a or a provisions of any kind Call on j. G. Hephinger he also keeps fruits vegetables cigars and tobacco also dealer in ice at prices that defy Competition East High St., new Philadelphia Ohio. Lome Fine watches Lietins pins solid amp Silver plated Ware everything in the Way of a a Etc Telnet a at a Harris Bros. Engraving and Fine watch work a specially. Keeps a neat and tidy first class y of can i it warm a Sceals at any hour in the Day. Ice Cream Parlours in connection every thing first class meals s 5 cents. He also keeps an orderly quiet Saloon one door North of the restaurant and is a scr manager of the City flour and feed store of j. Patterson. Orders for flour and feed to be left at the restaurant next door to the Gilsey House. Charles Angel. Shins Louisj Kellner amp sons a manufacturers of a a and dealers in a and irate fronts i tile hearths a full line of Cook and heating stoves House furnishing goods Etc. Tin Iron and slate roofing and spouting a. Specially. W e Are agents for the celebrated Richmond hot air furnaces the Best for soft Coal. Tto. 5, City bloc new Philadelphia 8yi of of. Do you want a dog if so a my for 1 u buyer the guide Eon Tailung coloured Letee 1 Hgt of different Breeds prices they Are Worth end where to buy them. Directions for training i on Sod Breeding ferrets. Mailed for 15 cents. Also c Uta of Dos goods of Ell kinds. If lbs it a via Quot a then Send for practical poultry Kook. Too Pouesi bet Alful coloured plate a engravings of nearly Ell kinds of fowls description of the Breeds Bow to expo else i Plens for poultry houses information about Lamb tors end where to boy 81.30 sent for 13 cd eggs from Best Stock at per sitting. I itly Fui in 4 31 Igmati a s l la if so you need the Book of a age a Iii _ Ali treatment end Breeding of Ell kinds birth. 1 �?~20 pages. 150illus it a a in Birds for pleasure end Paoju. Diseases t rat ions. Beautiful coloured plate. No of Ell kinds legs and ref fat a. End their cure. How to build end Stock in aviary. All about Parrot. Prices of Ell kinds Birds Englee Etc. Mailed for 13 cents. The three books 40 cts. Associated it a ncier8, 37 South eighth St., Philadelphia a. Of mention this paper. 45yl Minnesota leads the world neuralgia cured a Middleville Mich., june 3rd, 1887. Lac Teal chemical co., Detroit. Gentlemen a knowing the Virtues of cad Wells Lac Teal Nervine i can cheerfully recommend same As one not to be excelled by any like preparation. My wife after vainly trying other remedies until her sufferings from neuralgia seemed unendurable was advised to she has had Neu try cad tics Lac Ralgia six years has Teal Nervine and in taken Only two Bot less than thirty min ties and now consid utes after taking first ers herself entirely dose was entirely relieved from pain. It respectfully w. O. Clark Middleville Mich. Or. Clark is a druggist and the above facts can be depended chemical co. Headache and neuralgia easily succumbs to Cadwell a Lac Teal Nervine. Price Only 81. For Sale at All drug stores. Write for circular. Lac Teal chemical co. Detroit. Mich. For Sale by j. D. Loutzenhiser. 52 with her Stock Dairy and Grain products. 2,000,000 acres Fine Timber farming and grazing lands adjacent to Railroad for Sale cheap on easy terms. For maps prices rates Etc., address j. Bookwalter land c. H. Warren general passenger agent St. Paul Minn. A a for Book h. Commissioner or Munaut m Vinci soul m am Ito 9 a aa1uvaw where Are you going cheap excursions. For the Benefit of those looking for new locations or investments semimonthly excursions have been arranged at one fare for the round trip to All Points in Dakota and Minnesota. Tickets fir to clans and Good for 3o Days. For maps and further particulars and Iress c. 11. Wail Rex general passenger a gent St. Paul Minn. When do you Start where from How Many in your party what amount of of Vight or baggage have you what Roub do you prefer upon receipt of an answer to tiie above questions you will be furnished free of expense with the lowest a a Saui 4 r Les also map thine in h table Phle to or re Fth to 0 la other valuable inform Ivi nation which will save trouble time and Money. Agents will Call in person where necessary. Parties not ready to answer above questions should Cut out / and preserve this notice for future reference. It May become useful. Address c. Ii. A Khan general passenger a Erit it. Paul. Minn., or d. R. Mcginnis. Trav. Pass. Agt., Columbus o. Bend for new map of Northwest. New Philadelphia times. Traveler a guide. Valley railway. Going South. A a go North. No. 2 no. 8. No. 10 no. 20 la Parks by 200am 955 am Marietta. 640 1150 ii5pm 305 pm Cay Wood. 700 1200 m 140 315 Stanley. 706 12im pm 150 345 Whipple. 720 1220 215 410 Warner. 730 1230 235 425 Elba. 743 1243 300 4.55 Macksburg 750 1250 312 455 Dexter City t56 1257 325 505 South Olive 801 102 332 510 Dudley Caldwell. ,807 109 343 520 815 118 400 530 a Belle Valley 825 127 425 a 550 Ava. 835 137 440 605 Glenwood. 841 143 450 615 it pleasant 847 149 500625 layer Seville. 800 2<ri 530 645 Cambridge. 920 222 800 625am 710 Oldham a. 927 229 635 Millers. 935 238 645 730 Kimbolton. 945 246 705 745 Guernsey. Post boy 1000 1007 300 307725 740 805 820 no motown 1018 320 831 845 1 Wolf a. 1025 329 845 900 1 Philipsburg 1038 340 911 925 f Blackband. 1043 345 no."6 920 932 Turners. 1640 &50 620 930 910 a canal Dover 1100 400 620a m 947 1000 a Val june Canton. 1122 1219 pm 429 510 645 738 842 1040 1035 Akron. 112 603cleveland. 2kj 715 955buffalo. 815 330am 450pm Toledo. 620150no. 3. 11 20am 1205pm 12 31 1 30 2 20 2 35 2 57 3 17 3 38 4 10 4 35 4 50 5 3fi 6 02 i 32 8 52 7 13 no. 7. 4 30pm 5 if 5 38 6 31 7 20 7 30 7 55 stations. La Cleveland a Peninsula. Akron. Canton. A Val a Jet la via 0. Amp La Val a Jet Arar Phillipsburg. Newcomerstown. Kimbolton. Cambridge. Byesville. Caldwell. Macksburg. Whipple. Cay Wood. Marietta. Going North. No. 4. 9 55am 9 00 8 42 7 48 7 00 6 44 8 20 no. 6. 2 30pm 1 42 1 12 12 by 11 35am 11 22 11 00 10 38 10 18 9 45 9 20 9 00 8 15 7 50 7 20 7 00 0 40 Cleveland and Marietta rail Way. In effect april 17, 1888. Through line Between Marietta Caldwell Cambridge Newcomerstown canal Dover Canton. Akron Cleveland Buffalo. Toledo. Pittsburgh new York Coshocton Newark Zanesville. Columbus Chicago St Louis and Kansas City. Going South. No. 1. No. 3. No. 9. La Toledo. 745 am 110 pm Buffalo. 542 Hill Cleveland. 1120 430 pm Akron. 1231 pm 536 Canton. 130 643 730 Valley Jun ctr a. 450 pm 215 121 canal Dover. 530 257 755 145 Turners. 540 306 200 Blackband. 545 312 210 Phillipsburg. 550 317 240 Wolf a. 607 329 242 newcomers on 610 338 350 Post boy. 620 447 405 Guernsey. 627 354 420 Kimbolton. Ca0 409 415 Millers. 650 418 520 Oldham a. 627 426 no. 7. 530 Cambridge. 707 435 620 Byersville. 726 450 640 a a a a a a a a a a a a Point pleasant 740 504 705 Glenwood. 746 510 715a a. 752 516 725 no. 19 Belle Valley. 802 526 7 >0 435 am Caldwell. 815 536 825 450 Dudley. 822 543 838 503 South Olive. 828 550 850 515 Dexter City. 832 555 900 522 Macksburg. 839 602 915 532 Elba. 846 4 9 925 542 Warner. 900 621 950 605 Whipple. 810 633 1010 629 Stanley. 924 �?T>48 1035 645 Caywood. 930 654 1045 700 a Marietta. 950 715 1115 725 Parkersburg. 215 pm 1145no. 5 and 6, daily. Through coaches on trains nos. 2 and 3. Between Marietta Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with c w amp if a c amp a and Ohio River packets at Cambridge with 11 a 0, East and West at Newcomerstown with p. C amp St l East and West at Dover with Cli w and c and a North and East at Valley Junction with w a l e and Valley key. A a w k Richards Gene a pass age to a. T. A Ikon of Gen manager. Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad. In effect May 13, 1888. New Standard time. Trains going South. Stations. Cleveland. Black River Elyria. Grafton. Medina. Chips Walak Sterling. Warwick Fulton. Massillon a a. Navarre. Beach City. Strasburg. Dover. New philae. Goshen. Tuscarawas Uhrichsville. No. 1. 45 a. U. 65 a a 20 a a 04 a a 29 a a 38 4 05 a a 30 44 27 44 55 44 08 44 21 44 30 44 42 44 50 44 58 44 02 44 10 44 Lecoin Rnoda a. No. 3. Stations. Accommodate a n o. 2. No. 4. La com Moda n. No. 6. No. 24 Bridgeport. 11 35 4 12 pm. Flushing 12 53 44 5 29 44 Freeport. 1 24 6 01 44 a. Tippecanoe. 1 40 44 6 18 44 Stillwater. 1 52 44 6 30 44 Newport. 2 03 44 6 40 44 Uhrichsville. 2 10 44 6 50 44le.uh�?Tsville 5 20 . 2 15 44 7 00 a a 4 30am Tuscarawas 5 27 44 2 23 7 08 44 4 40 44 Goshen. 5 21 44 2 30 a a 7 16 44 4 50 44 new philae. 5 39 44 2 37 44 7 23 44 5 05 44 Dover. 5 45 44 2 45 44 7 32 44 5 45 44 Strasburg. 5 .�?~>8 a 2 58 44 7 46 44 6 20 44 Beach City. 6 08 44 0 09 44 7 58 44 7 0344 Navarre 6 20 4�?~ 3 22 44 8 11 44 7 40 44 Massillon. 6 35 44 s 37 44 8 25 44 8 45 44 Fulton. 6 53 44 3 57 44 10 05 44 Warwick 7 00 44 4 05 44 10 20 44 Sterling. 7 25 44 4 30 44 11 10 44 chips Walak 7 40 44 4 45 44 12 01pm Medina. 7 59 44 5 09 44 Grafton. 8 45 44 5 55 44 1 00 Elyria. 8 45 44 i 6 20 44 4 15 44 Black River 9 25 44 i 6 35 44 5 00 44 Cleveland. 9 40 44 i 6 50 44 10 15 44 d further particulars and Btl Paul a a Foba bail Vax. We it. A a. P. Lacey procure patents in the it. 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 r. A a. P. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. Feb. 2, 88yl w anted Man to take the Agency of our safes size 2sxl8xl8 inches weight 500 lbs. Retail Price $35 other sizes in proportion. A rare Chance and permanent business. These safes meet a demand never before supplied by other Safe companies a we Are not governed by the Safe Pool. Address Alpine Safe co., Cincinnati Ohio. Low tourist rates. For $47.50 a first class round trip ticket Good for 90 Days with Stop Over privileges can be obtained from St. Paul to great Falls Montana the coming manufacturing Centre of the Al a Only $5g.oo Saint Paulj a to Helena an Itab �1 similar reductions Eft rail a from posts East and South. Rates correspondingly As Low will be named to Points in Minnesota and Dakota or upon puget sound and the Pacific coast. For further particulars address d. R. Mcginnis trav. Passenger agent Columbus Ohio or c. Ii. A , general passenger agent St. Paul. Minn. V 11 30 a. M. Newport 11 38 44 Stillwater. J 11 49 44 Tippecanoe 11 59 44 Freeport 112 14 . Flushing 112 45 44 Bridgeport. 2 05 41 4 15r.f. 3 55 44 4 15 44 4 45 44 8 00 44 8 12 44 6 22 44 6 40 44 7 12 44 7 32 44 7 45 44 7 58 44 8 10 44 8 23 44 8 30 44 8 37 44 8 43 44 8 50 44 a com nod a a. No. 5. 6 35a.m. 6 50 44 7 03 44 7 14 44 7 28 44 7 36 44 7 42 44 7 49 44 7 57 8 02 8 12 8 22 8 85 9 07 10 25 no. 19 7 08 7 25 arrive at Wheeling by Street car from Bridge port depot. Trains going North. 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 amp Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 13, 1888. Going East. Stations. Mail express local. A Kava new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 15 . 1 20 . 150 a a canal Dover. 6 45 44 2 25 a a Zoar. 7 15 44 2 40 44 2 20 Mineral Point. 7.30 44 2 47 44 2 47 44 Magnolia. 8 00 44 3 06 44 3 19 44 Waynesburg. 8 11 4�?~ 3 10 44 3 27 44 Malvern. 8 35 44 3 21 44 .3 45 44 Oneida. 8 45 44 .3 26 44 3 52 44 Minerva. 9 00 44 3 35 44 4 05 44 arrive Bayard. 9 20 44 3 45 44 415 44 Alliance. 10 02 4 4 35 44 Cleveland. 12 45 . 6 56 44 Wellsville. 1210 44 5 25 4 Bellaire. 5 00 44 8 00 44 Pittsburgh. 2 20 44 7 35 a a. Going West. Stations. Mail. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 610 . 4 40 12 55 Bellaire. 10 05 Wellsville. 8 20 2 55 Cleveland. 7 45 1 40 Alliance. 10 20 3 45bayard. 10 55 4 15 7 30 . Minerva. 11 03 4 25 7 45 Oneida. 11 12 4 36 8 10 Malvern. 11 17 4 4,3 8 35 Waynesburg. 11 28 5 to 8 55 Magnolia. 11 33 5 07 9 20 Mineral Point. 11 47 5 27 9 55 Zoar. 11 53 5 35 10 35 casual Dover. 12 to 6 00 11 00 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 11 20 september 2$.-4888. 41 me 10,000 lbs. Of Wool wanted for which i will pay full Market Price for the above amount. 25 John Burry. All trains Are run Dally except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Ulanee with trains on the a great fort Wayne route4 running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare Etc., apply to r. K. Dixon agent. New Philadelphia,_0hio.h James Mccrea general manager. Pittsburgh a. E. A. Ford. Gen. Pas. Age to. I 20yrs. Practice in pensions Soldier claims. Success or no fees. Send Tor new Laws. Cd Sites so co. A Tiv s.

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