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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 6, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Volume in. New Philadelphia Ohio thursday december 6, 1894. Number 50. Look Here i will have 1500 lbs. Of Candy to close out during this month at 10 and 15 cts a la. You will also find Schoche a bread and cakes for Sale hereafter at my store. Holiday goods Are All opened up so buy your presents Early while you have the assortment to pick from. Do not wait until everybody has picked out the prettiest goods. Goods will be sold very Clobe and cheap this year. Burnside a 5 and 10 cent Bazar. New Philadelphia Ohio. Obit Orical flown sent. The unkind St Cut of All was in the Secretary of War and the president not saying one word in regard to Coxey a army. Coxey is going out of politics. He claims it was a delusion and snare for honest men. Whenever was Coxey in politics anyhow the political situation in Michigan legislature is unique. The Senate is wholly Republican and the lower House has Only one poor Lone Democrat. Additional local on fourth Page. Local melange. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Tell me not in in Mournful numbers life is but an empty dream when we be had mince pie and doughnuts Turkey cake and real ice Cream. H a. Parmelee the woodworker the Alabama Law makers will introduce a Bill into the legislature Mak it a felony and punishable by death to fire any residence provision barn stable or Cotton Gin. Fun thanksgiving at the Sherman. Landlord Wallick of the Sherman gave his guests a sumptuous dinner on thanksgiving Day which was hard to beat. The Bill of fare was a neat four Page embellished folder the work of the times office. Below is the menu served around this Board let Joy mirth peace and Contentment Relga let not thy thought of past mishap or Ture misgiving mar its Charm but All with hearts As Light and Gay As summer Breeze unite to make this one grand sweetly remembered thanksgiving menu. Oyster soup. Sherry wine. Celery. Blue Points. Plue Pike a la Finan Clere Pomme de Terre. Bisque of beef saute Chat nere. Roast Turkey Cranberry sauce Mallard Duck a la Bordeaux. Fricassee of. Chicken l Espanola Orange fritters 1�?Tseville. Lobster salad lettuce. Mashed potatoes. Baked Sweet potatoes. Fried parsnips. French peas. New beets. Cream Slaw. Olives. Mixed pickles. Sauces. Apple pie. Banana float. Mince pie Lemon meringue pie assorted cake. Vanilla ice Cream. Malaga grapes. Florida oranges raisins. Apples bananas. Assorted nuts. Java Coffee. Milk. Oblong Tea. Piexoto the sex president of Brazil is to make tour of this country shortly. It is to be hoped that he will learn As one valuable lesson How to be magnanimous to a fallen foe. On another Page will be found the presidents message to Congress. To contains a number of important suggestions and is the longest presidents message and contains Over 60,000 words. For the first time since the enfranchisement of the negro there will be no negro representative in the next Congress. The republicans Are growing weary and sick of even pretending to love their coloured Brethren. Wisely and Well in Early times this Happy Day was chosen that though t he Earth grow stiff an d Bare our hearts might not be Frozen. That fail by fall and year by year. Kind words know no declining the Wilder storm the warmer cheer where Light of love is shining. Of let us hold unruffled still the pure peace of believing the Clear Rich Anthem of our Praia a a. Be free from notes of grieving in Sweet Serene and thankful hearts lies All the Joys of living. Life pure and Strong your Happy song should make a glad thanksgiving look out for them. Counterfeits Are out on two Dollar Bills that Are difficult to detect. The government describes it As follows it is a $2 United states Silver certificate series 1801, signed w. 8. Rosecrans Register and e. H. Neb Eker treasurer and has a portrait of the late Secretary Windom on its face. The general appearance of the note is excellent and will Bear scrutiny. It is about one eighth of an Inch larger than the genuine. The numbering Seal and lathe work Are Well executed. In the portrait of Windom the eyes appear to be larger than in the genuine and have a bulged look. The outline of the right Side is not clearly defined the Shade lines running into the face Between the eyes and Chin. The shading around the Large figure 2 on the left Back of the counterfeit is in perpendicular lines. The paper contains distributed silk threads but the silk is heavier than in the genuine. New pleas court. John a. Hines is John a. Case. Hannah c. White is Jacob Foehl. A action for damages for Selling liquor to husband contrary to Law. Hannah c. White is John Kron. A action for damages for Selling liquor to husband contrary to Law. Andrew Hirner is Elizabeth Hir Ner. A divorce prayed for on the ground of wilful absence and extreme cruelty. Henry Barras is Philip action for Money. The Warren paint co. Is James w. for Money. A Large lot of new style lamps just received at Lehman a and will sell them very cheap. 50-3 anti Saloon Legotte meeting. The Ohio anti Saloon league which is non partisan and inter denominational will hold its annual state Congress in the Board of Trade auditorium Columbus dec. 11th to 13th. The president , d.d., Cleveland will open the Congress tuesday evening. John w Woolley or. Washington Gladden Francis Murphy and other noted speakers will be present. The various phases and department of league work will he fully considered. The celebrated eolian Quartetti will be present. Half fare rate on All roads entering Columbus. All Are invited. Done to fail to see the latest in chrysanthemum decorated China at Swift a a new York Racket store. 50-3 real estate tras ufers. W. H. Probert to Nathaniel Pitten Ger lot 41, Uhrichsville $200. We. Reese to Jacob Wise it al., lots 3 and 14, new Philadelphia $200. . Porter to James m. Porter 1 7-10 acres Mill $400. James m. Porter to j. W. Gowins 1 7-10 acres Mill $537. J. W. Cowins to James m. Porter lot 12, Uhrichsville $600. Jesse d. Baker to John w. Weber parts lots 109 and 110, Dover $1350. J. R. Williams to 4oorge treasure lot 4, Dover $1800. Margaret Wright to John w. Meek 14 acres Salem $60. Guiseppi via Ntim to Giovanna else Zzz lots 1 and 2, Brock Hill $500. Sheriff Adams to Catharine Shaffer part lots 185 and 186, Dover. $271, Robert m. Woods to Thos Caniff a new York paper announces that a was heavy As was the vote in new York there is said to be twelve tons of ballots left Over which not get into the boxes at we suppose those Are the democratic votes that failed to get in for Hill. The democrats were not so badly Defeated As the republicans would have it. Two years ago the Deino crafts elected to Congress 235 members and this time the republicans elected Only 218 members. It is two years yet until the presidential election and the wave will be the other Way again. There is a wide difference of opinion As to what the income tax will yield. The Treasury departments estimate is $30,000,000. The experts of the internal Revenue Bureau now estimate that the corporation alone will pay from $4,000,000 to $50,000,000. If the Law is honestly enforced the tax will come nearer to $60,000,000. Andrew carnage claims it is a disgrace to die Rich. Well let him begin at once and remember the thousands of suffering humanity he has brought on the verge of starvation. Let him get rid of Frick and other hirelings who have been a Millstone to him. Carnage May be All right but it is his mouthpieces who Are doing the wrong. Congress convened monday and this session affords an Opportunity for the democracy to strengthen themselves with the masses. Let them pass a currency Bill restoring Silver to its old place As a Money Metal with free coinage of the american product and there will be a democratic president in 1896. From present outlooks a great Trust or Combine is being formed for the purpose of raising and maintaining a High Price on sewing machines. Nearly All the prominent companies have gone into the Pool and the few that Are not Are being sorely pressed and heavy pressure to Bear on them to compel them to enter the Trust. The republicans of Ohio have no Oom for criticism about the Condi Tion of the National Treasury. From indications the state Treasury of Ohio is 60 empty that All the Loose change of Nickles and dimes even the pennies have to be swept up in order to pay the regular monthly salaries two officials in Columbus received their months salary in that Way. A san Francisco dispatch says that Claude h. Witmore a newspaper Man formerly of Pittsburg attempted to organize an insurrection air inst the government at Honolulu Sandwich islands recently several Hundred royalists were in the plot which however was discovered before they were ready. Witmore was banished from the country. He was at one time City editor of the East Liverpool crisis. The Ohio Man seems to he everywhere. Some democratic papers and we Are pleased to know they Are few Are still advocating a Gold Standard notwithstanding their county congressional and state conventions declared emphatically in favor of free coinage of Silver on a basis of 16 to 1. Such papers Are undemocratic and Are not for the masses. They Are especially the enemies of the Farmers by aiding and supporting a principle that has placed their lands and products at half value. The times is in favor of free coinage of the american product on a basis of 16 to 1, so that the Bond holders can not Dodge the payment in Silver and demand the Gold that both Gold and Silver be made a Legal tender in payment of All debts both Public and private. Lot 14, Dennison $1300. Christain Drollinger to w. Krupps goods that the ladies even East \ lot 25 whole 26, Dennison $60. I heartily approve of the Bill. Tripp is still harping about sugar. To wants our Carrollton dealers to keep on Selling granulated sugar for 6 cents when it can be bought for 5c in other towns and cities. The wholesale Price in fridays dailies was $4.25 a the retail Price in Carrollton $6�? hence profit of $1.75 per 100. Isnit this too much we say it is. Bulletin boards in Scio announce 21 pounds of soft White sugar for $1.00, and we have letters from gentlemen in Minerva saying the Price there is 5c for chronicle. New Philadelphia merchants Are Selling granulated sugar in any Quanty for 5 cents per Pound and 21 and 22 pounds soft White sugar for $1.00. There is no longer any excuse for Campaign chestnuts. The new Tariff Bill is gaining in favor All the time and when Spring comes there will be such a reduction in dress will mr9. B. P. Scott is visiting Spicer family in Michigan. Miss Lottie Hardman of this City is visiting in Uhrichsville this week. Or. And mrs. John Myers spent thanksgiving at Parkersburg w. A. Mrs. Carrie Uhrich of Ehrichs j Ville attended the Coventry funeral tuesday. See the Fine imported Jardiniere at n. Y. Racket store. 50-3 the Rai Niest part of the country is the Western half of Washington. The driest is Nevada. and family of Akron spent thanksgiving pleasantly with w. Wolf of this City. Menus overalls 25f at g. Senhauser amp sons. 48-3 or. J. A. Spence of Pittsburg came Home for thanksgiving and remained Over sunday. Charles Uhrich and wife of Uhrichsville spent sunday with the Mother of the latter mrs. Roll on old town. Fine banquet lamp silk Shade Only $3.75 at new York Racket store. 50 3 miss Kittie Ickes daughter of Benjamin Ickes died saturday of stomach trouble and was buried on monday. Charley f. Bowers left for Pittsburg saturday. Charley goes there on business and will be absent for several weeks. Married at Barnhill o., nov. 22, 1894, by mayor Oliver at the brides Home. Emerson Wolf and miss Lottie Beatty. Next to Chicago the cities of the United states that have grown most rapidly Are Minneapolis St. Paul Omaha and Denver. We. Lotze Heizer of Canton was the guest of his Uncle j. D. Lotze Heizer this City monday and tuesday. The dwelling of Isaac Carmek of Uhrichsville was destroyed by fire wednesday of last week. Loss $1,000 covered by insurance. Miss Carrie Henderson of flush big. Returned Home monday after a two weeks visit in this City and canal Dover. The greatest lumber Region in the world is the new state of Washington. The forests Are very dense and the Trees Are of great size. There is a petrified Forest in Arizona. The Trees Are fallen and some unknown action has turned them into a Beautiful species of Stone. Or. And mrs. Dugal. Of East ave., gave a Musicale in Honor of mrs. And miss Andrews of Chicago monday night. It was a real musical treat. Rev. J. H. Summers of Bolivar president of the East Ohio Synod will preach in the lutheran Church dec. 9th, both morning and evening. Misses Pearl Powelson Jennie Mcclellan and Mae Harlan were visitors to Uhrichsville thanksgiving Day and attending a social hop there. A Large number of counterfeit Twenty five cent pieces Are floating hereabouts. They look Nice but Are Lead and Bear Date of 1894. Keep a weather Eye open for them. T Large vase lamp at Lehman a Only 75 cents. 50-3 miss sue Westhafer came Down from Cleveland to thanksgiving Turkey with father and Mother on North Broadway. She returned to Cleveland monday morning. Charles Bowers was appointed to a position in the postal service last week. He takes the place of or. Rice on the Branch while the latter takes a vacation and will then get a position on some Road. Or. Frederick Beitler of new Philadelphia returned Home last saturday after a weeks visit with his son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. S. W. Andreas in West . Menus overcoats for $2.00 at g. Sen Hauser amp sons dissolution Sale. 48-3 the Sherrodsville Standard being the initial number reached us last week. As a periodical it ranks Way up in a a go both in mechanical skin and editorial ability. The paper i far ahead of the town and it Shoul be the towns place to ably support it. Success boys. J. C. Bethel principal of Flushing schools and proprietor of the Flushing advertiser has skipped out because of intimacy with one of his pupils. Miss Ada daughter of col. Jacob Holloway. Bethel Lias a wife and two Gaz. Burnside has his Holiday goods opened up buy Early done to wait till the Rush comes. 50-3 wednesday night a Man named Ferguson who claimed to be a plumber of new Philadelphia was struck by the Wheeling train near Franklin Avenue crossing. He sustained a severe Scalp wound and was taken to the Hospital. He carried two boards at the time with which he intended making a Gaz. If you want to buy no. 1 yellow Corn Call on . Hummell. 49-4 fall and Winter suits made to order in the very latest styles by David Maurer the tailor. 41-3m p. H. Kaiser an attorney of Cleveland formerly of Tuscarawas county has been appointed assistant prosecuting attorney under w. B. Neff esq., who was elected prosecuting attorney of Cuya hoga county at the recent election. Or. Kaiser has had experience in the office and his Success will be Gratifying to his Tuscarawas county friends. Buy your Gold spectacles Eye glasses Pearl handle knives and Forks violins and mandolins at h. A. Espenschied a. A Fine line to select from. .co-3 in one of the Mountain streams of California is found a species of Trout of a pure Gren color. Though this Stream flows into a River the Golden Trout never goes into the River and it is not found anywhere in America save in that Mountain Stream. Insects May be destroyed with hot Alum. Put in hot water and let it boil until the Alum is dissolved. Apply hot with a Brush and All creeping things Are instantly destroyed without danger to human life or injury to property. Circuit court convened in new Philadelphia on monday. Judges Follett Jenner and Pomerine on the j Bench. There Are about 20 cases Oil i circuit court Calendar More than i can be tried at this session. Keep your eyes on the advertising columns from now on and you will see who is the proper Man to give you bargains. The Man who advertises freely is the one you should Deal with As he is always looking out for bargains and gives his customers the Benefit of them. He believes in Quick sales and Small profits. A pistol Ball if in need of clothing done to fail to attend the great dissolution Sale at g. Senhauser amp sons. 48-3 George Keller was picked up for dead on the Road Between Bolivar and Navarre last night. He had taken a Load of wheat to Bolivar and i was driving four horses Home. They became frightened and ran away. He was thrown under their heels one ear about Cut off a rib broken anti his limbs rendered useless. He was found by a passer by and taken to his ind a number of papers hereabouts Are warning merchants and others to look out for the fraud that is going around soliciting Job work of printing whereby he prints 1,<xh note Heads or envelopes for $1.50 getting 50 in Advance. The swindler gets the 50< and the victim gets nothing. Mrs. A. H. Miller of new Philadelphia is visiting friends on the ind. You can buy More for the Money at the new York Racket store than any other place in the county. Call and see their Holiday Stock. 50-3 Many of our readers will he pained to learn of the death of miss Emily Freshwater a 20-year-old daughter of Rev. Freshwater presiding elder of the m. E. Church of this District. She died at Scio on the 26th and was taken to Steubenville for interment. Miss Freshwater was a Young lady of Lovely character and her death will be a sad Surprise to those who knew her throughout the District. If you wish to make a Fine Holiday present Call on h. E. Espenschied first and examine his Stock of jewelry silverware and Gold watches. 50-3 at no time of the year Are the newspaper advertising columns so eagerly scanned As at the present. Holiday buying for every member of the household is in order and the great majority of buyers Are those who obtain their Points from the papers who depend in fact upon the papers for their information regarding the store goods and prices so it behoves every firm to be to the front if they want to get the Trade. The times Large county circulation is just the place to bring ample returns and those who have tried it Are aware of the fact. The leading feature in amusement and social circles in this City thanksgiving Day was the celebrated Snyder orchestra of Uhrichsville which furnished the music at the Sherman House dance. We hear Many speak of the excellence of this orchestra but we have known All along that Snyder a orchestra is one of the Best in the state and that their services Are in demand from All parts. Our old Friend Jacob Snyder is at the head and is manager of his own band of musicians which is All that is necessary to give it the prominence that this orchestra has for years attained. They go at Par. The souvenir half Dollar issued in Honor of the world s fair is now current half Dollar a demand having recently sprung up for them. Secre tar Carlisle has issued an order to the sub treasuries directing them to pay out on demand the souvenir coins at the same ratio As the legalized half Dollar of the United states namely at Par with Gold. There will he $1,795,980 Worth of these pieces afloat ends the earthly career of John Jamison a railroader. The town of Dennison has been the scene of a sad affair which is a deplorable one to its citizens and As usual a woman is at the Bottom of the ease. It seems that several years ago a Man by the name of John Jamison of Scio married and the woman after living with him some time managed to get hold of his property and left him and took up with a Man named Gilmore and there has been such bad feeling Between the men that Gilmore who was afraid of Jamison carried a gun. About noon saturday Jamison went to mrs. Hills boarding House where he roomed to get his clothes and there met Gilmore. A quarrel arose and after some words they came to blows Gilmore seemed to be getting the worst of it and drawing a revolver sent a Bullet into Jamison a Temple he died a few hours later. Gilmore then fled but was captured by marshal Auld at Philadelphia roads the same j evening and brought Back to Dennison. Both men were sex Railroad men. Gilmore claims that the shooting was accidental As the pistol went o during the scuffle. Gilmore after his arrest was taken before a Justice who held him to await the grand jury refusing him bail. The prisoner was brought to this City and is now an inmate of the county jail. Obituary. Mrs. Elizabeth Gerber of Mansfield Mother of christain Gerber of Fairfield township John Joseph and Ulrich Gerber of Aburn township died at her late residence on Friday last of paralysis aged 75 years and 6 months. She was a native of Switzerland and came to this country in 1851. She was a consistent member of the German Baptist Church. She had her mental Powers until a few hours before death and was physically Strong until she was stricken with paralysis about 5 weeks ago. She was buried at Mansfield on sunday. She had been making her Home with her daughter. The sons were All present at the funeral except Joseph. She was the Mother of 7 children 5 boys and two girls. Her husband Ulrich Gerber died about 15 years ago. Mother Gerber and her family have ived in Tuscarawas county since 1863, except the past ten years she has made her Home in Mansfield. Prices on All clothing underwear hats Etc., reduced from 25 to 50 per cent during the dissolution Sale. 48-3 g. Senhauser amp sons. Correspondence. News gathered by our Busy corps of special news gatherers. Baltic. Miss Mamie Zircon made a few Days visit with miss Nora Nead in Pearl last week. Rev. M. E. Rife of Avondale was Here last week on business. The misses Ellen and Myra Fisher and Louisa Doerfer who Are teaching in and near Berlin spent thanksgiving at their Homes Here. Miss Savannah Wolf visited in Canton the latter part of last week. Miss Dillie Nead spent Friday and saturday with her Friend. Miss Della Peterman. Mrs. Sam Rinehart Lias returned from Canton. Chas. Dresher was in Cleveland last week on business. Miss Ada Madison of Clarks visited her friends Here last sunday. Protracted meeting begins at the m. E. Church next thursday evening. Mrs. Row of near this place died monday morning. The friends have the sympathy of the entire Community. Do you want a situation ? the prosperous South for energetic Young men. Fri r. Smith Lexington. By. For 18 years president of the re Nown Decommer Cial College of Kentucky University gives special attention to assisting his graduates in be Eurin situations. Cost of business course about $90, including tuition and Board in a family. Prof. Wilbur r. Smith Lexington Xiv. Albums Lehman a weeks. Must go during at any Price at the next three 50-3 deaths doings. John Coventry a prominent and wealthy citizen of new Philadelphia died very suddenly about 5 of clock saturday evening at his late residence on West High Street. Shortly before his death he complained of not feeling Well and Lay Down on the bed. After lying there a Short time he was noticed struggling and died in a few moments time. The cause of death was rupture of the heart or. Coventry was a Stout Hearty looking Man and somewhat Fleshy. His death coming As it was quite a Shock to the family and friends. He had three children , and Chas. Coventry of Cleveland and Frank of this City. He is a brother to mrs. J. L. Mel vain. Or. Coventry was a Man Well fixed with this worlds goods owning a Large farm across the River on old town Valley and a Fine residence on High Street. He was a Good citizen and an upright business Man respected by All acquaintance. He died at the age of 60 years. The funeral took place on tuesday. 1500 pounds of Candy 10 and 15 cts. A Pound at Burnside a must be sold this month. 50-3 the new York Racket store has the attraction in Fine China Ware. Especially Low prices for the holidays. 50-3 Eatho mrs. Troendly. Mrs. Margaret troendly of Bucks township Mother of our townsman d. H. Troendly died thanksgiving evening of general debility aged 81 years. Her Maiden name was Deible and she was a native of Bavaria Germany. She came to this country in 1833, and was married to Joseph troendly in 1838. Joseph troendly was a resident of new York state and three years Atter their marriage they moved to Ohio and have lived in Bucks township Ever since. Her husband died april 6th, 1891. She remained on the Homestead with one of her daughters until her death on thursday last. She was the Mother of nine children eight of whom Are living. She was a consistent member of the lutheran Church. The funeral took place on saturday last at the Evans Creek cemetery Rev. Baker of Baltic officiating. Great reduction on All toys at lehman�?Ts5 and 10 cent store during this month. Everything must go. Done to forget the place. 50-3 married. Or. John a. Meusdorfer and miss Cora e. Weaver were married at the parsonage on nov. 29th, by Rev. J. B. Rust. Both from Fairfield township. Also or. John Schupbach of Baltic and miss Hulda Sulzener of this City were United in marriage on nov. 30th, by Rev. Rust. The ladies should see the new fads in fancy chinaware at the new a Quot Ork Racket store. Always buy something Good and useful for a present. We cannot be undersold. 50-3 foresters Ball. The first annual Hall Given by the ancient order of foresters at the big four opera House canal Dover last wednesday night was quite a a swell affair a and highly entertaining. The committee on program and arrangements spared no pains and exercised Good taste consequently Are entitled to a Large share of the credit for the Success of the occasion. The big four orchestra rendered excellent music and the Dover glee club was an important Factor in the musical part. The following persons deserve special mention for the part rendered by each in solos duets Etc Herman misses Emma Pitt Ethel Jones Somers mrs. G. Davis mrs. Cooper , Harbin Cooper and Jones. It was a very enjoyable affair and received the approval of All present. Suicide. Herschel Effing aged 36 years resident of Uhrichsville committed suicide last week by shooting himself. He was a married Man and leaves a wife and two children. I family was dependent on his daily labor for support. He met with painful Accident about three months ago spraining his knee so that he could not work and lie became despondent. The condition of his family doubtless prayed upon his mind until he committed the rash act. The deceased was born and reared in Deersville Harrison county and was a Pupil in the schools when the editor of the times was teacher. He was a Young Man of Good character and of Good family. We deeply sympathize with the friends in their bereavement. Menus lined leather gloves for 25? at g. Senhauser it pc sons. 48-3 i. O. 0. F. Following Are the officers elect of our two City subordinate lodges of Odd Fellows new Philadelphia no. 107, and Schoenbrun no. 430 no. 107 Reverdy Kirby n. G. Henry single aus v. G. Louis Welt r. S. I. A. Correll p. S. Jas. F. Kaldenbaugh treas. Trustees a a. S. Knisely l. P. Myers and de s. Douthitt. No. 430 Daniel Peacock n. G. B. F. Parr v. G. Will Bexley r. S. J. C. Dittmar p. S. Harvey Beitler treas. Trustees a John Kaderly n. W. Senhauser and John Eck eat. Too Good to be True. The Steubenville Gazette gets off the following which if built according to the letter would right John d. Kilgore the progressive Farmer who lives out the Richmond Road is now interested in an electric Railroad which he Hopes to see built before Many years. The line will extend from Steubenville to new Philadelphia distance of about 50 Miles and can be built for $300,000 and will pay Good dividends he says. The line would go through Wintersville Richmond Amsterdam then across the lower Edge of Carroll county probably through Leesville crossing the w. Amp l. E. Railway there. While it would not pass through Harlem it would he very accessible to this sum Ner resort and increase the attend Ance there. To reach that Road from Bergholtz a Short line could be run Down from the Lake Erie Alliance a Southern terminus there. It would make a More direct route from Steubenville to new Philadelphia and would tap a territory covered with Small towns and the patronage it is reckoned would be Good. It is a practical scheme and will Likely be carried out some Day. Al prof. Smith is a native of Ohio has kept books several years vice president of a Bank worlds fair commissioner from Kentucky and a reliable business Man. Among the 10,000 successful graduates of the profs. Smith Are 100 in Banks 100 officials from this and other states. , principal of the College referred to was awarded the medal at the worlds columbian exposition for bookkeeping Etc. Lexington ky., the location of prof. Smiths College is noted for its Healthfulness and Fine climate has 25 churches and 11 Banks the Gateway to the South by its Many railroads. graduates Are awarded the Kentucky University diploma under Seal and influential passport to a business houses in the prosperous South. Over 500 Young men from the North Are the successful graduates of this College among whom Are Book keepers in Banks mercantile houses Etc., in the South who Are getting from 61,000 to $1,500 a year through the influence of this College if you wish a business education or a knowledge of photography Type writing or telegraphy at the least total Cost with diploma from Kentucky University on graduation we advise you to Cut this out and write for circulars to prof. W. R. Smith Lexington by. David Maurer the tailor has ust received some of the latest designs of fall and Winter goods which he will make up at very reasonable prices All and see goods. 41-4m the trial of Jesse Mcgreggor of East Liverpool for the murder of his mistress Lizzie Ewing was concluded in the new Lisbon common pleas court last week. Mcgreggor was found guilty of murder in tie second degree. The query is Why a Compromise verdict Why not either acquitted him or a verdict of guilt in the first degree the Piqua daily Leader has been sued for criminal libel because it exposed a Saloon and House of ill Fame. Things would come to a pretty pass if the newspapers were not allowed to Call Public attention to such resorts when the officers shut their eyes when they walk past them. If you want flooring siding ceiling sawing or any kind of Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill on East rav Street. 15tf 5 what counts i Good values honest Money no gift or lotteries one Price to All straightforward in business meth mls t Money Back if you want it our increasing Trade shows that the Public is appreciative. Browne amp Myers i amp unto 6 clothiers tailors furnishes if you want a Many a for you. To gains go to Lehiy goods. 50-3 a stringent Law. The Law forbids any7 pensioner from bargaining Selling or promising his quarterly pensions to any dealer or other person before it has become due and been paid and that on the other hand All persons Are forbidden by Law to accept the same in any7 manner As Security for credit i or otherwise. The Fine is fixed at $100 for any violation of the act and is equal upon the Soldier or dealer. The Best place to educate for business is at the new Philadelphia business College. Send for special Low rates. 47 of Cincinnati seems to be a Center for cold storage of apples there being already 40,000 barrels of Kansas and Missouri Stock with much to arrive from Michigan and other Northern Points bringing up the total to perhaps to 90.000 barrels. St. Louis has been so Over filled with apples that Low prices have prevailed and much Stock is put in cold storage. One Good parlor stove for Sale cheap. Enquire at Wells drug store 48-3 new Phila. O. Forty7 bundles of new Wall paper just arrived. These Are the first of next a rear a styles of paper. New ones arriving now every week. Wells drug store 48-3 new Phila., A generous Man. Isaac Wolf the big Clothier of Chicago gave the newsboys of that City their annual feast on thanksgiving eve. They came from every Quarter of tie City boys and girls we Hite and Black. The we in Down a of the big store ablaze with electric lights presented a grand gastronomic display. Tables stretched along Laden w Ith turkeys galore also chickens and roast pigs with garnishing of fruit Flowers and greenery. Along the Interior of the store extended tw7o Long tables similarly Laden with Stout Plank seats on each Side. At length the banquet signal was Given the band struck up a Lively air the big policeman made a Lane through the mass of curious spectators and the newsboys surged in in their might and made away with 2,613 pounds of Turkey 300 chickens 50 roast pigs 60 Bunches of bananas 20 barrels of apples 2o boxes of oranges 10 barrels of mashed potatoes 8 barrels of Cranberry sauce. 4 barrels of lemonade and milk with we Hole ranges of pagodas Cones and pyramids of pastry lashings of pie piles of cakes and biscuits and bread enough to provision an expedition to the North pole. Of course the Banque ters not feast in Masse they came in detachments of 500 at a time making repeated assaults up in the commissariat. The attack commenced shortly after 6 . And lasted until 11. How Many stomachs were filled is not yet known. Last year there were 5,200. All goods marked in Plain figures at g. Senhauser sons dissolution Sale. 48-3 in All its details at the new Philadelphia business College. The Best system of Short hand known. It is taught at no other school. Students always succeed in applying it. Write Nowr to w. C. Shott pres. 47tf a right move. Mayor Pingree of Detroit mich., threatens War on the Bakers of that City for charging the present High Price for bread. He says that they Are still charging the same Price As when flour was $0 a barrel and since flour is Only half that now7 bread should Cost less. He declares that the Price must be Cut Down and if it was necessary he would erect a Mammoth bakery of his and Supply All buyers with bread at 2 and 3�?~5 a loaf. That is a move in the right direction to give the poor Man the Benefit of the present lows Price for w heat and lows w7ages for labor. Rheumatism cured in a Mystic cure Lor rheumatism and neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 Days. Its action on the system is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefits 75 cts. Sold by or. F. H. Gentsch druggist new Philadelphia. 46-9m it is race-w7inning Trotters that Are now7 and will be in demand in the future. Horses with great Speed that can to stay the route May answer for Road driving but Are not wanted by men w7ho Trot horses for a living. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below7, remained unclaimed in this office and will he sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by dec. 17, 1894. New Philadelphia Ohio. Mini Christmas incoming i a it a a a a a a a a a my a a what to buy is a question. Buy nothing but what is useful. We show you a line i of goods that is Only such. I a read Over this list you May see Ujj what you want. John Gann Sadie Lovell Maly Johnson Adam Angel g. L. Gelnick. Uranus Mcmillen s. Brannan Nannie Browning the greatest wheat Region in the w7orld is in the Valley of the red River of the North which lies partly in the United states and partly in Canada though the United states has the Lions share. The soil is perfectly Blaek and the yield of wheat of the very highest Grade is enormous. % a a read our Holiday ads. Franklin Schooner. Please say a a advertised when ask no for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. Persons w acting Coal will or leave Ders at Mathias it pc Dicks store. 8-tf. G. W. Mathias. Marriage permits. George Limbachs Mary i. Metzgar. John Schupp Bache Hulda Sulzener. Robert b. Maxwell Flora Mauk. Alfred t. Haslett Libbie . We. Mengeu Margaret Morgan. Alex. Rock Bertha a. Fletcher. Charles f. Siphers Annie Thomas. J. A. Page Lynea a. Id ties. The most simple and p a ical system of Short hand in use is taught at the new Philadelphia business College. You can get it at no othe school. Write to Day for terms. 47ti Tea Salesman a Good ratable j Man to sell teas coffees spices and baking powder to families in new Phila. And Vicinity. Bond required. I for terms address grand Union Tea co., 307 Market St., Pittsburgh a key West fla., is More foreign in character than any other town in the United states. Its population consists largely of cubans and most of j them Are Cigar makers. A coat of the latest style. A Cape fur or cloth. A dress pattern of the latest style. A table cloth with napkins. A table cloth without napkins. A must of some kind. A set of p Urs a Towel or Dresser cover a Chenille table cover. A pair of blankets. A pair of kid gloves for ladies or men. A dozen plan kerchiefs. A dozen initial handkerchiefs. A silk Muffler. A purse or a tie. A f Fascinator or a Hood. We will Endeavor to from now until Christmas to show a line of goods adapted for the holidays and if you want to buy them where you can buy the Best for the least i Money Call on us. For great bargain. 4htf cat pm Woolen Mill Allva Cal Essav machinery Nec at a address Strick Malkea Hass canal Dover. O. It a a for roads. 48fcf Salk hotel 21 rooms a Good location near rail will be sold at a sacrifice. a Hass canal Dover. O. = 1tew Philadelphia Ohio. Chilli

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