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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 30, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. Now that the Tariff matter is settled and business booming try our ads. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday August 30, 1894. Number 36. Democratic ticket. For auditor Edgar a. Walter Goshen township. For county commissioner Adam Stocker Salem township. For infirmary director George Crater. Dover township. For Coroner Joseph h. Hostetler Dover township. For Congress. James a. D. Richards. Tuscarawas county. For circuit court judge s. M. Hunter Licking county. Local melange. Editorial comment Uncle Sam will hold a a Jack pot every time you buy a deck cards now Only two cents you know but he is a sure Winner. We have a new Tariff Law now is a great improvement Over Mckinley monstrosity yet it is what the masses expected. It the not if War news comes from either Japan and China it can be put Down with a great Deal fabrication in its make up. The heathens seem to be Able to lie As Well As civilized people. A certain newspaper this county reminds us the character represented in the parable the Rich Man who went up into the Temple to Pray. The publisher will be justified in about the same degree. The senators who turned traitor to the cause democracy Are now adding insult to injury by their Endeavor to explain that their efforts were directed in the interest Harmony. Will they have the Cheek to ask to Quot he returned to that exalted position. The pension liars who think democrats Are robbing the soldiers Are completely knocked out when they read the pension report for Ohio. The records show that the beginning this year there were 98,604 pensioners in Ohio now there Are 103,611 an increase 6,007 to whom Are paid the big sum $15,383,145,86. Does that look As if a the boys Are losing their pensions a in the face the business depression labor strikes and Low ebb manufacturing interests some the Republican papers exclaim with great glee a thank heaven for one thing the Mcl Vinly Bill Only slightly modified still yes and these Are then consequently Republican times and that the Bill was strictly a Republican measure. Mark the change now when the Hill has been regaled into the hidden pages As a dark blot americans history. Because Wool is raising in Price the Mckinley Ite press wishes to pull this same Wool Over your eyes by telling you that it is the Scarcity that is bringing up he Price. What about the 10, xxx xxx pounds awaiting shipment from the Canadian Borders into this country the Republican papers Are harping so much about the sudden Rise in Wool has knocked the wind from their sails and they Are devising All manner schemes and tricks to get themselves out the dilemma. Watch them squirm and crawfish. The considerable Advance in the Price Corn throughout the country during the past few weeks can be attributed to two things speculation and the fact that the prevailing drought throughout most the Corn producing states and especially in the Northwest where destructive hot winds prevail. It is claimed by speculators in Chicago who Are now cornering All the Corn they can get hold that it will be 7 k o $1.00 a Bushel before Spring. Johnny cakes and Corn pones will be a luxury that common run people will have to do without. The Gorman Brice crowd should Ponder Well Over the following extract from the letter Grover Cleveland to Hon. T. C. Catchings. A i take my place with the rank and file the democratic party who believe in Tariff Reform and who know what it is who refuse to accept the results embodied in this Bill at the close the War who Are not blinded to the fact that the livery democratic Tariff Reform has been stolen and worn in the service Republican Protection and who have marked the places where the deathly blight treason has blighted the counsel the Brave in their hour might. The trusts and combinations a the communism the a Elf whose machinations have prevented us from reaching the Success we deserve should not be forgotten never were servants the people arraigned in More scorching language and deservedly too for their treachery to their constituents than the senators who prolonged Tariff legislation at a Cost millions dollars to the people. The party should never forgive them. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Bring us your Job printing. Job printing at the times office. Mrs. Shugart is visiting in Freeport h. A. the woodworker j. M. Custer left for Illinois tuesday. Congress adjourned tuesday and will take a rest. Mrs. A. E. Roth visited several Days last week in Trenton. Mrs. Stipes returned from a visit to friends in Freeport monday. Mrs. De. Swift this City was in Carrollton a visit thursday last. Miss Belle Brisben returned to her Home in Rochester pa., wednesday mrs. Carrie Ramel Trenton is visiting friends and relatives in town. Prof. Win. Dodd returned to his Post duty at Cadiz tenn., this week. Rev. Kreusch occupied the presbyterian pulpit at Steubenville last sunday. Rev. J. C. Smith and wife it. Eaton visited with Rev. Kozower saturday. Franklin College new Athens opens monday. A Large attendance expected. A party Young people had an enjoyable time at a dance last thursday evening. Mrs. Mike Graham went to Sharon pa., last week to attend the funeral her Mother. Miss Ella Dodd Lima o., is visiting at her aunts mrs. J. H. Dodd North Broadway. Frank Bugbee and wife Ocala Florida Are at h. L. And j. M. Custer a visiting. Mrs. G. H. Hoover started for Albert Lea Minnesota monday this week to visit her daughter. B. I. Downey and wife have returned from a visit to the latter a brother at it. Clement Mich. Mrs. Delia Carpenter and son have been visiting her Mother mrs Orrick Jones and her sister Lottie. Philip Gintz has purchased the old Zellers farm the Ridge Road and will move his family there this week. Bent. Forsythe rens Allear ind., is visiting his father in Law . T. H. Smith this City. John w. Burry Cleveland was Down thursday shaking hands with new Philadelphia friends. Charles Smith Cleveland spent sunday in new Philadelphia with his grandmother mrs. Everett. Or. Gustav Senhauser and wife this City Are visiting their daughter mrs. Will Wallies Toronto Miss Jacqueline Platt Pella Island la., is visiting at the Home her sister mrs. J. F. Stephenson. C. C. Mcmichael Coshocton spent a few Days in this City with friends the guest prof. Maurer. Miss Vera Fowler after a weeks visit in this City with friends returned Home to Youngstown wednes Day. Mrs. I. Hendershott and daughter Charlene and miss Mary Walton spent a few Days in Freeport visiting. Mrs. A. N. Murdoch and Little baby Cleveland Are the guests her Mother mrs. Geo. Hephinger 3rd Street. Miss Bertie Stephenson sister j. F. Stephenson visited Here last week and returned Home to Leesville Friday. Miss Kate Graham teacher in the Public schools Akron formerly a teacher in our schools was in new Philadelphia tuesday. Done to fail to see the display Rishforth a Rose Cream and Rish Forth a complexion soap at Spring Bros. Amp Holzworth. 36-tf miss Lizzie Linn returned to her Home in Steubenville saturday. She has been with her brother John and wife for several weeks. Mrs c. P. Harrison and Little daughter Mckeesport a Are a Small building water Street opposite the Winspear houses was burned Early sunday morning. The Structure was a shabby looking affair made from store boxes Etc. It was entirely destroyed. If any our subscribers have any wheat to spare the editor the times will be glad to take some subscription and will allow 50 cents a Bushel for it the highest Market Price for Corn Oats. Next saturday Between one and three clock the Thomas Moore Home will be sold at Public auction at the door the court House. It is a desirable property and must be sold. In a couple weeks More the summer vacations will take up the a homeward March a schools and colleges will reconvene the new Tariff will be at work and business will Boom. Commercial travellers Are becoming numerous and they All report that business is picking lip wonderfully All Over the country. There seems to be a general resumption business everywhere. For a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m Rev. Cook Steubenville was in town several Days calling friends he preached in the presbyterian Church sunday. His Many friends Here Are always glad to meet him and her him preach. Operations will Resu me in the Coa mines about East Palestine sept. 11, the miners agreeing to take 65 and 70 cents instead 7212 and 77 cents asked by them. This will end the strike in the Massillon District. Most people Sun to Ripen the pioneers met visiting at the residence Charles Zellner West Ray Street. Miss Roberts after a two months visit with friends and relatives in new Philadelphia returned monday to her Home in Topeka Kansas. Mrs. G. L. Taylor was thrown from a buggy in new Cooperstown last week and considerably bruised. She was with mrs. Yin Lingat the time. Charlie Snyder and John Buirl who have been await the band in fore set tomatoes in the not infrequently whole rows them Are set in the windows along fences and boards in the hot Sun. A moist dark place is the Hest and healthful to Ripen and they last longer. We have just received a Sample number the Hamilton Globe published at Hamilton Ohio. It is an Able and neatly printed Sheet and strikes the political issues squarely from a democratic stand Point. We wish the projectors Success. Free trial Rishforth a Rose Cream at Springs store. 36-tf Alex n. Mitchell son judge j. H. Mitchell received the appointment to the naval Academy at an Apolis. He and his father left for Washington monday to he gone several Days. Alex will attend examination sep. 1st. We congratulate the Young Man his Good Luck. Or. C. W. Sigrist class 94 Cleveland medical College Medicine and surgery having been in College literary and medical for the past seven years is now the Road partly for recreation in the interest the american Book co. And will be in our City a few Days. He May locate in this City with . P. H. Sigrist to practice Medicine. George Krammes residing about two Miles Northwest Tuscarawas in Lehnus Valley will sell at Public auction saturday september 1, 1894, at 1 clock p. In., 3 horses 1 yearling Colt 2 Fine Milch cows a calf Wagon Mower 2 buggies Hay Carrier and fixtures a miscellaneous lot agricultural implements and other articles. This will he a Good Sale and you should he there. Look out for hummels Oil and gasoline modern delivery Wagon. 33tf business is picking up. Merchants let the people see what you Are doing whether you survived the late hard times whether you Are dead. It is cheaper to advertise now than to hire men later to Brush the cobwebs off the goods when you take account Stock preparatory to sell it for what you can get through an auctioneer. A foreign labourer whose name we did not learn met with a painful and almost fatal Accident fair Street monday. He attempted to get off the Street car before it came to a Stop took the wrong direction to keep his feet and was thrown to the ground his head striking a Stone cutting quite a Gash in it and knocking him insensible for a time. When he came to he was taken to his boarding place and Given medical Aid. Of this City has this country is fast loosing ground As a wheat producing country to the gain Chili and Argentine republics. Figures show that the exports last year from America amounted to about 150,000, xxx bushels and this year to about 110,000,000 bushels. On the other hand the exports the South american countries were last year about 8,528, xxx bushels against Over 35, xxx ,000 bushels this year. The wheat grown in South America is very similar to that grown Here Grid is being produced and furnished much cheaper and that Toby americans. Ten years ago very Little wheat if any were grown in that country but late years instead importing they now Export wheat. Thus it will be seen that Tariff and other Laws have nothing to do with the Low rates wheat but Competition and Over production. Take the Corn crop As a critic Ion a Scarcity pop the higher the Price so it would be with wheat. It is All trash and nonsense to blame the Low Price produce to any Tariff tinkering Etc., and any Farmer with at least any brains at All will know that a Scarcity any article demands and receives g higher Market Price. Playing with a has show have returned. They i Dpi to want to go to Texas. James k. Bowers received his commission As Aid de Camp the staff i commander Nutt Ohio department g. A. R., for the National Encampment at Pittsburg. Prof. Helter and wife returned Home tuesday afternoon after a pleasant visit with mrs. Helter a parents . And mrs. E. B. Westhafer n. Broadway. The three months old daughter Elsworth Lenl Iarj Blakes Mills died last Friday cholera inf Antum. The Little one was buried sunday morning. A boy named Bert Bear son Henry Bear had his hand badly squeezed at the rolling Mill in this City thursday morning. His hand will be saved. Miss Mamie Kelly and brother Lawrence this pity returned Home tuesday afternoon after a few weeks visit with relatives and friends in Niles and Youngstown. See the summer suiting at David Maurera a High St. 18-3m sheriff Adams took Jack Hanlon Dennison James Eckert Dover both old soldiers who were recently adjudged unsound in mind to the Asylum at Columbus tuesday. Miss Emma Fouts the dressmaking firm Miller amp Fouts this City who has very sick the past week was Able enough monday to go to the Home her sister near Stillwater to recuperate. Within the past few weeks merchants in neighbouring towns have had a number counterfeit Silver dollars halves and quarters shoved them. The coins Are Well made and readily taken at first but soon tarnish and turn Black when they Are rubbed. They Are also a trifle Light in weight and have Adul me Talic ring. A number towns Are being flooded with these coins. A spurious $5 Gold piece is also being worked off the Public. Miss Birdie Knisely daughter Geo. W. Knisely 3rd Street died sunday night lung trouble after an illness several months. She was an amiable daughter and had kept House for her father since the death her Mother about 2 years ago. Within the past 18 months a sister and brother died the same trouble. Or. Knisely a cup sorrow has indeed been filled to overflowing. Miss Birdie had grown to womanhood and to be called away in the springtime life seems hard. The master Call Etli and we All sooner later obey the summons. Write to w. H. Streb canal Dover for your fair catalogue and see the Liberal offer in premiums All classes Stock. Done to fail to come and bring something. Remember the Date september 18th to 21st inclusive. 36-3t the prohibitionists will hold their convention in Eagle Hall new Philadelphia Ohio september 5, 1894, at 10 clock a. M. To nominate a county ticket. L. B. Logan Alliance Ohio chairman the state executive committee will address the meeting. W. W. Jones Ashland will speak in Midvale september 1st, Shanesville september 3rd, Ragersville sept. 4th, port Washington sep. 6th and new confers town sep. 7th. These meetings will open at 7 30 p. M. Everybody invited. At the Dover fair grounds and had a Good time. The thirteenth annual meeting old settlers was held at the Dover fair grounds last thursday. They began to assemble from far and near and by 10 clock several Hundred people were the ground. It was a Beautiful Day and while the older ones were listening to the speeches to his old acquaintances times past and present the children were having a delightful time beneath the Trees. The meeting was opened by president Deardorff with a few preliminary remarks. The first speaker was Isaac Beaber who told in his Plain Way the Many hardships and inconveniences endured by those who came Here when the country was a a a howling he said that he never slept in a bed until he was a boy twelve years old. How would the boys to Day enjoy that Henry Bowers was then brought Forth and for about fifteen minutes he gave a masterly talk to the very attentive Assembly. He appealed in particular to the younger portion the audience urging upon them to make better use the opportunities which Are falling to them and which were scarcely conceived by the older ones in Early Days. He closed his remarks with tie Beautiful poem a a Hundred mrs. S. S. Taylor was the next to speak giving a Plain off hand talk. She spoke several generations her Kin being represented the ground the oldest 93 years age. She was most enthusiastic in her remarks about the Granduer and the greatness our own America and its Emblem the stars and stripes being recognized by every nation Earth and How the sight it to the Lone wanderer abroad was a Boon that filled his heart with love for free America. She also admonished tie Young to he More grateful for the Many advantages they now enjoy most which were unknown in Early Days. She closed her talk by singing a verse from a a the old House at a motion was made that a More permanent organization be made and a fee 25 cents be charged. A number nut their names Down As permanent members. A motion was made and carried that the old officers hold Over for another year. The officers Are it. C. Deardorff president Isaac stauffer Secretary and a. H. Walton treasurer. A committee should be appointed before another meeting to arrange a program in order that All May know what to look Forward to. Since no arrangements were made for said committee we feel Safe to say that All will be satisfied if the president will see that such a program is arranged before the next meeting. Hard up for Campaign Thunder. Republicans Are trying to make it appear that . Stocker our candidate for commissioner because a financial failure is not competent to fill the office commissioner. They Are hard up for Campaign Thunder to resort to such Low tactics . Stocker lost his Money partly by bail and partly by shrinkage in the value land. He is a Well informed and painstaking Farmer As Well qualified As a merchant to perform the business the county. We Trust that no Democrat will be influenced by republicans who Are resorting to All manner tactics to capture the offices. Or. Stocker is an honorable and honest Man and a lifelong Democrat. Salem township has always stood by the party and was the Only township in Tuscarawas county to make a democratic gain. Now is the time to Reward their steadfastness by giving Salem the commissioner. Many years have elapsed since that township had a representation in county office. If democrats but do their duty . Stocker will be the commissioner and we can see no reason whatever for the contrary. Some the Best county officials we have had were men who had mad financial failures by trusting others so it is in this Case a matter misplaced Confidence. A county commissioner must have Good judgment in making contracts and be conservative in the expenditure Money. A commissioner does not have the Money the county in his hands give credit to any one. He contracts the business tie county and orders the payment just Bills. Who doubts the ability . Stocker to do that. Stand by this Good Loyal old Democrat from Salem. Among our exchanges. What has become the old fashioned Farmer who occasionally came in and placed a big Watermelon the desk the editor to the Delight the office Force a Cadiz rep. The Farmer is still Here All right but the trouble has been that he can to raise the Melon any More nor the Price it in the Good old High protective Mckinly times strikes reduction wages Etc. Hell be around now with a Basket apples peaches when he learns the Prosperity and Good times now in sight. Railroad business is enjoying a sudden Boom. On Friday last the c. Amp p. Handled 2000 cars freight while the same Day the fort Wayne moved 3075 cars which is More than was Ever moved in the history the chronicle. And yet the railroads Cut Down the wages and number employees daily because the Lack business some one is doing considerable fabrication the prevarication order. The correspondent from Malvern to the Carrollton chronicle says that one Stark county a popular Wool buyers has been pulling the Wool Over the eyes some our people by circulating the following Little song in their auditory appendages now is your time to sell when 14 to 16 cents you can get for 8 cents As sure asunder the free Trade you la get. Farmers who sell their clip to such men should Only get five cents for their Wool As they Are dishonest and Are not reliable men to Trade with. Read your Home paper and see what Wool is and not be bunched by itinerant Wool buyers who Tell you All sorts yarns to get your Wool and then blame it Tariff Etc. Correspondence. The Tuscarawas c to agricultural society has maae a very Liberal purse for racing amounting to about $1000. In All. The purse in the 3-30 Trot is $100. 2-40 Trot$200.2-22 Page $200, 2-25 Trot $250.2-45 Pace $150. The purses Are Liberal and will bring some Good horses. Done to fail to attend. There will be Good races both thursday and Friday. 36-3 a great bargain scooped. Garver Bros amp co. Of Strasburg purchased last week the Stock general merchandise known As the shuts amp Bixler Stock at Bolivar which was sold by order court. It is a Nice clean Stock goods and was invoiced at about $6000. The goods had to be sold at forced Sale and for Cash and consequently sold for less than half the invoice the aforesaid parties having secured a great bargain in these goods Are now prepared to put them upon the Market at a very Low Price in fact beyond the Point Competition. So you can Lookout soon for a Chance to get some extra bargains in All lines. They have not fully determined yet whether this Stock will be moved to their Mammoth store at Strasburg closed out from the Bolivar store. Look for their announcement soon. The Dover fair is always one the Best in Eastern Ohio and will be up to the Standard this fall. Take a Day Leisure and see what Tuscarawas can produce. September 18, 19, 20 Arne 21st 36-3 distressing Accident. About 12 clock Friday an Accident happened at Browne a Cut just North Uhrichsville the c. L. Amp w. Ray which resulted in the death two Young men will Kirk Uhrichsville and Jesse Gibson Newcomerstown. It appears they had been North As far As Lorain in search work and had boarded the train a South bound freight at canal Dover. They were sitting the bumper one the cars with their feet that the opposite car and at the place named the train broke in two where they were them both under the wheels. The rear part the train passed Over their bodies mangling them in a frightful manner although neither was instantly killed. The train was stopped As soon As possible and the two unfortunate Young men picked up by the trainmen placed in the caboose and brought to Uhrichsville. Or. J. E Groves the company a surgeon was summoned but found that nothing could be done for the Relief either As their injuries were fatal. Kirk died at 2 15 and Gibson As 2 30,within fifteen minutes each other. The bodies were taken in charge by Mccollum amp hons and removed from the caboose where they died to their undertaking rooms to he prepared for burial. The deceased were both about 19 years age. Young Gibson is a son Geo. Gibson a Well known citizen Newcomerstown and Kirk a parents up Side incest Uhrichsville. The boys were both said to be temperate habits and were highly respected by All who knew them. It is a very sad affair and the families the Young men have the sympathy the entire com m u n i ty.�?a Gra p h. A Well deserving officer. A More deserving officer for the second term than Edgar Walter never occupied a position in the court House. He is scrupulously exact in All his work his books Are neat and Well kept prompt and ready to wait upon the Public and does it courteously and May appropriately be styled one the a watch dogs the county in studiously watching the expenses the county and saving the Peoples Money. In fact he is exceedingly careful and has made a record As auditor second to none. If any Democrat can assign any reason Why he should vote against Edgar Walter we would like to hear it. Republicans join in Praise him and the party lash although being now applied dexterously will fail to prevent hundreds them voting for . Walter. And Why not no reason except a partisan one can be assigned. Can we afford to turn Down a Good official for Mere partisan purpose democrats who have probably had cause to be nettled toward persons and methods should not carry the War into the Camp their friends. Let Edgar Walter have an old time majority As a Reward for Merit. Where Trade is going. A wide awake and heavy advertiser in Uhrichsville informed us the other Day that the Small amount advertising done by merchants in new Philadelphia was bringing him a big Trade within a few Miles the county seat. This is deplorable and should be checked. Take any the papers this City and gaze Over the columns and you can at once see that there is some foundation for the statement. Our merchants sell just As cheap if not cheaper than our sister town South just As Good goods but the secret lies in the fact that they do not let the Public know it. The merchants Uhrichsville and Dennison Are reaping a Harvest so they admit because they sow seeds luring advertisements while our merchants calmly sit Down and see the Golden and Silver Grain flit from their grasp. Look to it Stop it at once by judicious advertising. News gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. The twin cities. Inasmuch As business has been Dull occasioned by strikes and political excitement we Are convinced that this town is rapidly overcoming its depressed condition business. Improvement is again visible. The shop men Are getting More hours. Our streets and Side walks Are being cleaned up. All which denote a gradual variation from that which has been prevailing. Many new enterprises Are being planted Here while the older ones Are in operation thus giving new life to the twin cities. Mrs. Ida Gamble Jewett is visiting her Cousin mrs. Gus Clark Dennison. C. W. Miller Steubenville who is employed As weigh master Coal for the handle at Colliers was in Dennison last week. Robert n. Hill stenographer in the office master Mechanic Orp has been seriously ill with malarial fever but is convalescent at this writing. Mrs. H. M. Carpenter Cleveland was the guest mrs. Catherine Herrick West Uhrichsville recently. Samuel Johnson a Typo the Cleveland Leader his wife and sons Are visiting friends in Uhrichsville. Prof. A l. Cronebach principal the Dennison High school for the incoming year was in town recently. Daniel Defenbacher canal Dover was in town monday. Rev. B. M. Price was the guest conductor e. Pilling Dennison. J. C. Huffman and wife attended the a big 4�?� picnic in Carroll co., saturday. Mrs. Henry Price Thornwood Park was the guest friends near new Hagerstown the latter part last week. This weeks Ball games have not been at All attractive but a one sided affair. The Columbus club was sent homeward with a great blot its history thursday afternoon the score being 34 to 6 in favor the twin cities. The Brownings and twin cities played a game Friday the fair ground resulting in favor the latter by a score 17 to 2. The real estates new Philadelphia and twin cities played a game saturday which was won by our club. Jessie Knisely new Phila was in town tuning organs and pianos. Mis Gertrude Eckfeld Uhrichsville gave a Soiree one evening last week. Quite a number guests were present from the county seat and Dover. About ten clock monday night a band serenades passed up main Street singing some very Beautiful melodies but strange to say a second band came Down the Street an hour later and uttered some very unbecoming language. Such a contrast annoys the people and does not elevate linguists profanity at All. Bert Wright and his brother in Law Ernest Walker Steubenville purchased the grocery store Bert Mohn this week. We learn that . Mohn will move to Jewett and reside with Rev. John Beetham. The festival and entertainment held in the u. B. Church North Denison was Well attended besides being a Success. The net proceeds were $30. Among the improvements we shall mention the elegant plate Glass in in the reconstructed building Eckfield Bros., Uhrichsville which were put in by Finnerin it pc Fleming Dennison. The two glasses each 8x8 feet the total weighing 1075 lbs. The show window is Verv attractive. To Canton last few weeks visit who had been Demusie returned wednesday after a at l. Zollars. Howard Penrod working in Strasburg for several weeks returned Home sunday. Charles Horrisberger and Anna Holderbaum spent sunday in Bedford. Miss Annie Blick returned to Lincoln Nebraska after spending several weeks Here with parents and friends. Professor a. C. Baker moved to Navarre last week where he will take charge the High school department. Mrs. Christ Rice and daughter Maud after spending a few Days with relatives returned to a anal Dover monday. Fred Klar is joyous Over the arrival a new dishwasher. Sarah Myers is very ill with typhoid fever for the last couple weeks. Five six the c. E. Members will attend the county convention at Newcomerstown thursday and Friday. Charles Hixon and wife and miss aggie Miller Strasburg Sun Dayed Here with relatives. Prof. L. J. Hostetler moved into the House vacated by prof. Bakers last week. Some our Young people was at Farmerstown sunday. Charles Dunlap Millersburg spent the Sabbath Here with his Many Young friends. Nuisance. Births. To Thomas Sweaney and wife a 10-Pound boy monday. To Gustavus Coleman and wife a 9-Pound girl Friday. To Harry Rankin near Pike run an 8-Pound girl sunday. To John Vannatta and wife a girl saturday. Send for a fair catalogue see list premiums offered and be prepared to make your entries for the Dover fair to be held sep. 18, 19, 20 and 21st 1894. 36-3 old papers times office. For Sale at the Gilmore. Scott Mcconnell and wife Freeport visited Cyrus Linard saturday. Price Lanning and miss Alpha Brown were in Uhrichsville monday. Or. Hefling made a professional visit to Lamartine Carroll county monday. Miss Dollie Mills White eyes Plains is visiting mrs Maria Berkshire and daughter Maggie. Miss Nannie Harding Hope Well was at Phineas Fawcett a sunday. A Little child Eugene Cryder is recovering from an attack Scarlet fever. Harrison Gray spent sunday with his daughter Mccullough. Or. A Tompson and wife Newcomerstown., i r. Hetting and family mrs. Linda Wilson and son Nathan this place and mrs. Linda Chapman Bakersville Pic Nice at the a a Falls saturday. Geo. Sproull Stillwater spent sunday with his daughter mrs. Fleming Roberts. D. P. Lanning and wife were at the county seat Friday. Or. Hendershott wife and brother new Athens Sun Dayed with their sister mrs. Jno. C. Robinson. Henry Chapman and family port Washington and miss Lucinda Chapman Bakersville spent sunday at . Heft Inge a. The m. P. Church this place held their regular quarterly communion services sunday last. The c. E. 8. C. Convened saturday evening delegates were present from each congregation the circuit. Rev. Hastings fhe presiding elder delivered the sermons both sunday morning and evening. Alfred Baldwin and wife Akron visited his brother Rev. We. L. Baldwin and Niece and grand Niece mrs. Eliza and miss Alpha Brown several Days last week. Elder w. O. Tomson preached in the disciple Church sat. Eve and sunday morning and evening. Bitter Sweet. Baltic. Theodore and Earnest Haefele North Amherst have been spending the past six weeks with their Many friends Here. Ernest will remain some weeks longer but Theodore returned Home last Friday. Both Are Bright industrious Young men Theo being a senior at Elmhurst Colie a 111., and Ernest a student at Oberlin. Rollo Eckert Columbus and Claude Miller Cleveland Are visiting their Grandfather . Joe Rinehart. Miss Bess Brill who has been the guest her sister mrs. Swope the past few weeks has returned to her Home at Dresden. Mrs. A. A. Diefenbach and Little son Boston mass., arrived Here last wednesday for a months visit with parents and friends. Prof. J. A. Syler and family returned to their Home at new Berlin. Miss Cora Stephans has returned from Scio where she has Heen attending school. Her brother and sister prof. And mrs. Shutt Scio will spend their vacation with their parents Here. The misses Lizzie Hoffman Jessie and Vesta Metzler Are attending the Wayne Medina musical convention at Orrville this week. Miss Belle Cappel is visiting relatives at Uhrichsville the past two weeks. De putt and wife Canton Are visiting p. Stephan and family. Master Willie Robinson Coshocton was the guest his Little Friend Harry Freck for several Days. Our Ball team went to Dundee last saturday and won a very easy Victory from the club at that place. This makes nine victories for our boys out ten games played. The second nine was playing new Bedford the same Day but rain stopped the game in the second inning. Miss Bertha Collins has returned to her Home at Westfield 111., after a months visit with relatives Here. If you want flooring siding ceiling sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East Ray Street. 15tf new pleas court. E. M. Bailey adm the estate Chas. Stewart is John w. West and and Harry West. Suit for $10, xxx damages for Selling liquor to the deceased. The petition alleges that the 23d May 1894, the defendants sold the deceased who was a coloured Man a highly adulterated Brand liquor known As a negro whisky a and the he took two three drinks and refused to take any More and that the defendant then and there by Force and threats compelled the decedent to take four five drinks the said poisonous whisky and then there the said Chas. Stewart died. That the death was caused by Selling him the poisonous whisky and compelling him to drink it whereupon the plaintiff claims damages in the sum $10. Xxx. Ida Reed is the c. L. Amp w. Co. Suit for $1, xxx damages for killing horse injury to herself and value a buggy run Down by a train. Alexander Mcdonald is John m Smith it Al. Action for Money due account. Geo. M. Dillinger is Joseph Wise. Damages in the sum $6,000 damages for slander. Elizabeth Risor is Jno. Riser. Divorce prayed for the ground wilful absence for three years. Harvey minor is Harvey Siber and Clara Siber. Action for Money. The new partnership Law. The legislature Ohio at its late session passed a Law that is the utmost importance to persons engaged in partnership business. It is a matter generally overlooked because not generally known understood and has not been complied with. The Law was passed May 19th, and took effect upon its passage. It applies to such partnerships in Ohio As do business under fictitious names designation showing the names the persons interested As partners. It is provided that such partnership must file with the clerk the court common pleas in the county in which its principal office is located a certificate stating in full the names All the partners and their places residence and publish the same once a week for three successive weeks in a newspaper published in the county. The certificate must be signed by the partners and acknowledged before some person authorized to take acknowledgements conveyances real estate. When any changes occurs in partners then the same proceedings must be observed. The clerk is required to keep a Register these certificates entering alphabetically All partnership names and names individual partners. The penalty neglect violation this act is that such partnership can not maintain an action account contract made during the time such neglect until they have filed the necessary certificate and proof publication but if the Law is complied with at any time then they will be restored to their rights. New Philadelphia High school. The following is the High school courses adopted for the term 1894 and 1895 by the school new Philadelphia baking t a a powder absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Street new York. Browne amp Myers. The 1st e3 Quot St Fri m c3 3 a a the t 13 p it a 3 -5 �?T"s3 p p a f k2 it p a 7? a a f.<�? ct5 cd in 3 re s 22. X 0 c 1 j a �?4 x Toj v g w �4j 8 ass a 5 2 Ujj it cd z3 a a p a a p. T1v War 33 a Var w a a a 3 2 p s a 3 z i is Dot p 3 3 3 a cd in p y 3 2 claw a p a % 3�?T. To a p a a a _ i it n h 8 0 0 a a cd clothiers and cry k it we i is 3 a a k. A it 3 03 l j pm 3 3� a flip 3 Quot a a Shanesville. Several the Shanesville singers will attend the singing convention at Orrville this week. Miss Eliza Lowe who had beam visiting at Rev. C. Hartman a returned to Cleveland last Friday. Mrs. John Klar and daughter Emma Sun Dayed in Ragersville. Misses Bessie Bates and Sadr Call Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia o., for bargains in no. 1 Shade and fruit Trees. His Trees Are the Best varieties All grafted budded. He Sells cheap. Of wanted at once a Man to take the Agency for the Cary awning Blind. See 33tf h. A. Parmelee. Mrs. Sarah Yeagley near Somerset Jefferson county died last tuesday afternoon at 1 clock aged about 75 years. She leaves four sons and one daughter j. W. Yeagley new Philadelphia sex probate judge this county Jas. Yeagley Dennison Howard Yeagley new Philadelphia Byron Yeagley and mrs. Jennie Stewart near Somerset. The deceased was for Many years a faithful member the m. E. Church and was a most excellent woman. The funeral took place thursday . Marriage permits. Thos. J. Davis Alice Linter. Martin a. Gillens Mary Miller. Virgel m. Rickets Ruth a. Gilmore. John a. Murphy Sarah c. Lover Jos. A. Miller Mary c. Wolf. John Lahry Orra White. Daniel Allison Catharine Schoen co a 2 r1 03 a i act 5 s 3 h v x 2 2. A a 3 Chi u 2 it k 2 3 a a 33 a x 2 a a 3. I a p. To to a Quot a t Ltd a air a it a g g. A c7q 33 >1 a 02 c c c x a a p4 it it a. Cer Ltd c pc 35 2, 0 30� it a it n Kot �2 a so he 2. 2 Quot a r. A 3 0 h h cd w 0 0 a id cd furnishes West High street9 Are now having their first Semi annual clearance Sale . Ott Matt formerly new York now the celebrated examining physician the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients has decided to visit new Philadelphia monday sept. 3,1894. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. M. To 6. Pm., one Day Only. The France medical lust tute Case Book show that a Large number new patients residents in Columbus and adjoining towns and states have placed themselves under the treatment during the past month. The France medical Institute has the largest and finest collection instruments and appliances and the most eminent corps physicians and surgeons in the United states. If you Are suffering from any form chronic disease that has baffled the skill others Call and have your Case examined and they will Tell you at once if your Case is curable not. Many diseases Are so deceptive that hundreds persons have them before they even suspect it they know they Are not Well but Are ignorant the cause. Are you afflicted your Case May now be curable. Call before the disease has worked irreparable injury. One More the examining physicians can always be consulted free charge at the Institute 38 and 40 West Gay Street Columbus Ohio. $50 buys a bran new buggy leather top drop Axle end Spring. This buggy can be seen at the station in Baltic. Go look at it whether you want to buy not. Address Pioneer mfg. Columbus Ohio. For Sale a three year old Bashaw Colt Well broke almost a new buggy and harness. All for $80. Inquire at times office. Persons wanting Coal will leave Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. G. W. Mathias. New Philadelphia Street fair. The coming event the season will be the Street fair in this City wednesday and thursday oct. 10 and 11. There will be no admittance premiums in Cash will be paid the exhibits will be first class the great Eastern band will furnish music both Days the crowds people from All parts the county will be immense and a general Good time for All who May attend is assured. There will be room for All both Man and beast so wait for this great Street fair the Best most pleasant and most entertaining All fairs. For Sale cheap. As i am now using City water i will sell cheap a first class wind pump Derrick and 60 barrel water tank. I also offer at a bargain my greenhouses which can be moved in sections. Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia o., 31tf attention Farmers. Bushel and half Bushel crates for handling potatoes apples Etc., very cheap at tinker amp Ellis 137 s. Broadway new Phil a. 32-6 to make room for our Early arrival fall and Vinter goods. Their prices Are and it will you to see them their tailor made suits Are marked at prices that will surely sell them. New Philadelphia Ohio

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