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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 13, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Times there is Only one Royal Road to Fortune and that is paved with Type remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia Ohio thursday december 13, 1894 volume in number 51 Osmet vial comment. Correspondence local melange court proceedings. Elvina 8. Beals is Margaret Gram it confirmed and deed and distribution ordered. Ohio relation Anna Hel terms l. P. Myers treas., at plaintiffs costs for which judgment is awarded. Harvey Lynn is the p. C. C. Amp St. L. Ray from docket. Plaintiff dead Andrew j. Creter is Edgar a. Walter and., and costs paid. Ohio relation Anna helter is Jno. A. Zeeb treas., to court upon pleadings and testimony finding for plaintiff and order to pay �30 and judgment for plaintiffs costs against defendant. Pennsylvania Gene a electric co. Is the Tuscarawas electric judgment pleading for $3761.65 and costs. Thomas Gardner is Caroline Gardner dismissed at plaintiffs costs. The Village Newcomerstown. Is Alva e. Rambo it from docket carried to circuit court Edward c. Lewis is Ellen m. Grove it confirmed and deed and distribution ordered. Stephen Horn is Sarah Williams it confirmed and deed and distribution ordered. Nancy Bell is Kate lower it costs paid by plaintiff and action dismissed. Sophia Hilj is Isaac granted ground Gross neglect duty and wilful absence. Isabella Ashbaugh is John Flynn it confirmed and deed and distribution ordered. Marie May is we. H. entry divorce granted and Alimony Etc. Previously made is vacated As having been prematurely rendered and this Case is restored to its place upon the docket to be heard at next term court. James Congleton is James paid by plaintiff and action dismissed. Geo. H. Weaver is Nicholas Hert. A settled and costs paid. James Forbes is Catharine Forbes. A settled and costs paid. Thos. S. Taylor is Geo. Sale confirmed and deed ordered. J. H. Booth is Pat h. Reed it Al. A judgment by confession for $114.10 to Bear accruing interest at 8 per cent and release All errors. A. Mccullough is Joseph Angel and j. As above for $237.56. Rulings motions and demurrer and leaves to plead not reported. Don t fail to see the latest in chrysanthemum decorated China at swifts new York Racket store. 50-3 there is real dignity in honest labor let it be what it might. The performance that labor is the same whether it is clerking behind the counter making a dress teaching a music Pupil cooking scrubbing the floor doing a Days washing. There is just As much dignity in a Young woman making herself an honest living by doing the House work in a family As there in making a living teaching school. Both Are working to make a living and the one has just As Good a right to the respect All As the other. The very fact them earning their own living should cause All to uphold them in their spirit Independence Pelaiz ing that the wealthy to Day May be the labourer to Morrow and that labor is the foundation Stone our nation. In memorial. In memory Mother Bachman Millersburg Holmes county o., who departed this life nov. 23, 1894,j by request composed by Henry Kuhn do not mourn for your Mother for she did not die she Only went to live in mansions the sky. Like Sharon a Rose she blooms before her her god at last. Who was her All while she performed her heavy task. For eighteen years widowhood her children she did guide through weal and woe to keep them at her Side. She knew her god. Revealed in Jesus Christ who was her shield and staff to win his victories Price. Transplanted in a better sphere in heaven now she is released from pain now glad she made the vow to Eon secrete her life and All she had to god who in return stretched out his hand to be her god. Until his time had come to Call her Home to rest her Faith she kept that All who Trust in god Are surely blessed. 8he reached gods promised age seven times ten and two. Forget her not though absent she is still with you. News gathered by Owr Busy corps special news gatherers. Port Washington. N. Hill w Ife and baby Dennison visited his father in Law Over sunday. Rob is employed in the master mechanics office there. The port Washington fire department will give their annual Ball dec. 24, at Union Hall. Admission 50?. Come everybody for it will be an old timer the slaughtering Swine is going extensively in this Community. The Small child e. H. Burrell is still sick. It has meningitis. From reports some our Young men have stepped beyond their Bounds and got themselves into a difficulty that May be hard for them to mend. This thing building a a castles we Ith other people s lumber and not asking for it is contrary to the Laws the state. It would be a Wise act for the men from whom the lumber w As taken to make an example out them for the old saying is a that a person who steals a Penny in his youth w ill steal a Pound in his manhood a and some these Young men a just budding into manhood. All some them Piave to do is to stand the Street Corners and make remarks about people that pass. I am sure if the Law would take its course it we Ould put a Stop to this loitering for awhile. It might have a tendency to induce some them to find employment and take a great Burden and expense off their parents. Citizens must enforce the Laws if they want Good citizens for our officers fail in this respect. X. counts Reader consider death is the Gate either to life destruction. Therefore let it not become too late to gain life and not destruction. Of let All learn to die while yet in life that when we come to die to enter real life. Baltic Tus. Co., o., dec. 3,1894. And straightforward business methods i if you w ish to make a Fine Holiday present Call h. E. Espenschied first and examine his Stock jewelry silverware and Gold we atches. 50-3 new pleas court. J. H. Booth is Patrick h. judgment prayed for co Novit note. Eva Shaffer is the Davis Ray co. A Appeal Case. Frederick Katte is John a. Case. Alma Christy is John b. attachment proceeding. John Brock is John a. Appeal Case. Katharine Lytle is John w. Lytle. Divorce prayed for ground extreme cruelty. Frank is Myrtle . Divorce prayed for the ground adultery with one Alfred Shaw at the residence one Mattie Irvin Uhrichsville the new York Racket store has the attraction in Fine China rare. Especially Low prices for the holidays. 50-3 be sure and see Burnside a 10 cent counter glassware. 51-2 another Pioneer gone. James Taylor aged 93 years age a resident Washington township died at his residence 2 Miles South Gilmore sunday night. He we As one the pioneers Tuscarawas county and attended the Pioneer meeting at the Dover fair grounds this last fall. Or. Taylor was the father Thos. 8. Taylor new town Joseph l. Taylor and John a. Taylor Berwyn Samuel h. Taylor Gilmore j. Edwy Ard Taylor prohibition Guernsey county mrs. Nancy Hudson Trenton to. And mrs. Linda Wilson w Ith we Hom he lived at the time his death. He was a Stout rugged Man All his life until the last two years. Dec. 2nd . Taylor fell head Foremost into the grate burning the flesh and skin off one Side his head and face covering a space about four and one half inches Square. He was conscious after Rwy Ard but suffered much until death relieved him sunday night. He will be buried to Day wednesday at ten clock a. M., at Wesley Chapel. His wife Phoebe Taylor died february 22nd, 1890, thus end eth the life one our honest and upright old Pioneer citizens the county. Or. Taylor was known As a pious Good citizen and a member the m. E. Church. We remember meeting the old gentleman at the Pioneer meeting and we regret to learn his painful death. Money Back if you want it our increasing Trade shows that the Public is appreciative. A a a a a at a meeting dec. 3, Andrews Crawford Post. No. 6, g. A. R., the following named gentlemen we Ere elected As officers for ensuing year Geo. W. . C James k. , v. C James m. . N. C William . Of d j. A. . Of g i. L. Fred i ick Zur in w. H. Roser. Q. M trustees Daniel Korns James m. Knisely and Geo. W. Bowers. Delegato to department Encampment at Sandusky g. W. Bowers alternate. Jacob Wise. Clothiers tailors furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio. 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 great reduction All toys at Lehman s 5 and 10 cent store during this month. Everything must go. Done to forget the place. 50-3 construction the postal Laws. Another unusual thing in connection with the court is the holding by the United states grand jury that scriptural quotations May be libel Ous. H. A. Busby Means Harrison county was indicted for writing letters and postal cards to David Hadley. On the envelopes the letters were the quotations a Sowre be no Man a let us we Alk honestly and Many years thou Shalt be troubled. He was indicted in four counts the ground that the language used Wras libellous and calculated to injure the character . Hadley. Buy your Gold spectacles Eye glasses Pearl handle knives and Forks violins and mandolins at h. E. Espenschied a. A Fine line to select from. .co-3 done to buy any Christmas presents until you have seen Burnside a line you w ill miss it. 51-2 j artificial whalebone is now being made from leather which is soaked for two three Days in sulphate potassium then stretched slowly dried subjected to a High temperature and then to a heavy pressure which makes it hard and elastic. A Large lot new style lamps just received at Lehman a and will sell them very cheap. 50-3 Holiday excursions via Pennsylvania lines december 24, 25 and 31, 1894, and january 1, 1895, excursion tickets will be sold from ticket stations the Pennsyl Vinia lines West Pittsburg to Points those lines valid to return until january 2, 1895. For details ? lease apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent. A 1500 pounds Candy 10 and 15 cts ii Pound at Burnside s must be sold it Lis month. 50-3 j albums must go at any Price at Lehman a during the next three weeks 50-3the finest assortment use fertilizers. The time has come with the most the land in this part the country when there must be a constant and thorough use fertilizers. Which is Best to use must be determined by actual Experiment As different soils require different fertilizers. Lime is one the Best and is comparatively cheap. There Are Many manufactured fertilizers we hich Well pay for themselves by the increase the land. The barnyard manure is Good for any soil and the Farmer who makes constant use All that he can make is the one who has Good crops and who has increased the value his land. Green Clover turned under enriches the land wonderfully and makes the soil Lively and easy to cultivate. Do not scatter the manure too thin. Many Farmers use manure As though it w As a nuisance and scarcely know How to get rid it. I have known Farmers to haul out manure and throw it into a Ravine to get rid it and at the same time their land too poor to raise a half crop. Use All the manure you can save and utilize it and so reap the Rew Ards. If you want bargains go to Lehman a for your Holiday goods. 50-3 David Maurer Tho tailor has just received some the latest designs fall and w inter goods which he will make up at very reasonable prices. Call and see goods. 41-4m Buenos Ayers will soon see completed one the largest opera houses in the world. It will seat 5,000 spectators and the stage will bold 800 persons. The House is so constructed that Box holders can have their carriages driven up to their Art work Ever exhibited in this City. Prices the lowest. handkerchiefs. We hav bought three lines samples at 33j off. Can we not sell them cheaper than our competitors when they pay one third More they will be in about december 15th.100 Doz. He stitched embroidered at 5c. These Are the 10 cent Fine silk initial 50c. And 75c. These Are in Linen 15c. And 25c. it a aaa it , 4c., 5c., 6c., 8c. Gingham�?1050 Yards at 3c. Per Yard. Shaker flannels Ioco Yards at 6>4c. Domet flannels heavy Good at 8c. dress Yards Cashmere at 121 cents per Yard former Price 20 and 25 cents.500 yes. Plain Henriettas and Serges 40 and 50 inches wide 38 cents per Yard. Former Price 50, to and 75 cents.500 yes. Plain Cashmere and fancy novelties at 17 cents a Yard. Former Price 25, 3o and 35 cents.50 dress patterns Nice styles fancy weaves at 38 cents a Yard. Former Price 75, 90, $1.00 and �1.25. a real estate transfers. Peter Eichel to Harvey Hibbs 11 acres and 1 Rod Warwick �600. Peter i irl to t. L. Augenbaugh 10 acres Dover $1400. T. L. Augenbaugh to the Crown ire Clay co., 10 acres Dover $1400. Ferdinand Brinkman to . Bevins 1 3-10 acres Sandy $154.50. N. Mccreary to we. H. Moore % acre Fairfield,"$100. Geo j. Markley to r. B. Jones 14-100 acres. Mineral $225. C. Moss to g. W. Bartholow part lot 58, Newcomerstown $750. Hattie and t. H. Wilson to Jennie Scott part lot 19, Uhrichsville $1200. Samuel t. Morton to we. T. Russell part lot 42, Newport $280. Phineas Arnold to p. A. Arnold lot 307, Dover $2700. C. D. Grimes to Lillie b. Wallace lot 62, new Philadelphia $250. Carl a. Lenk to James m. Addy part lot 283, Uhrichsville $250. Robert b. Jones to Geo. J. Markley lot 20, Mineral $225. Joseph Morris to r. B. Cochran 2 acres and 131 rods clan $50. D. S. Linstead to p. S. Olmstead 119 acres Wayne $200. J. F. Gilgen to d. A Knisely East % lot 66, new Philadelphia $900. L. F. Robinson to t. B. Ross lot 9, Dennison $850. Nicholas Schwab to George Welty it Al., it four lots new Phila. $2600. Maurice Moody trustee to John w. Shultz lot 6, Dennison $100. Amanda and m. L. George to d. E. Reed lot 4, new Philadelphia,$1250. 8. F. Ross to Edward. H. Neff lot 5, new Philadelphia $350. This season has been a prosperous one for the Range cattle interests As a we Hole especially for those in Montana and the Dakotas. The two years preceding w Ere unfavourable for this interest. It is estimated that about 375,000 Range cattle will be received at Chicago during the season and the Quality As shown by weight and Price is above the average. Highest Price paid for this class cattle Wras $4.90 per 100 lbs. It is hard for Many Farmers to understand that Good grass fed cattle from the Northwestern ranges Are often preferred to fair to Good Corn fed cattle. East caught in the West. Judge a. B. East forme ohioan having relatives in new Philadelphia and we Ell known As a Washington barroom lobbyist is under arrest at fort Worth Texas for living in adultery we Ith miss Belle Meek from Sidney East we a a guest at the Park hotel in this City last Spring and went away without squaring himself with the House. He also secured Small Loans from several persons to w Hom he made false representations. Fact is East is a polished dead stand. The ladies should see the new a a fads in fancy chinaware at the new York Racket store. Always buy something Good and useful for a present. We cannot be undersold. 50-3 advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remained unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by dec. 24, 1894. Bertha Muhlheim Emma shilling John Morley Edward Gintz. Louis Heller w. H. Edwy Ards John coat Charles Clark. Please say a a advertised we Hen asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. Or. Ottman owing to his Large and increasing practice in this Community . Ottman Columbus Ohio will make a return visit to your City. Those who have been treated unsuccessfully by other physicians will have an Opportunity to consult this eminent specialist. The doctor has had All the advantages thorough College training and widespread experience. His cures Are remarkable. They Are we Rought in cases which seem utterly hopeless and no one no matter what his malady should despair until after consulting this eminent physician. Or. Ottman we ill visit new Philadelphia o., tuesday dec. 18, 1894. Consultation free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 . To 6p.m. One Day Only. Do not Idle the we inter Days away doing nothing. Make All edges Cut so when Spring comes you will have All things in readiness for Spring work. Rebuild fences repair Gates barns farm machinery Etc. Get up plenty Wood Cut Brush make rails and All such work. Do not put j from Day to Day push your j Vork you should not leave your we Ork i push you. With we hat Zeal and earnestness you prosecute your work so we ill you succeed As a Farmer. Take Good care the Young Stock for therein lies the profit the1 farm. In All its details at the new Philadelphia business College. The Best system Short hand know n. It is taught at no other school. Students always succeed in applying it. Write now to w. C. Shott pres. 47tf Fine banquet lamp silk Shade Only $3.75 at new York Racket store. 50 3 equity Lodge no. 73, k. Of p. Held its election dec. 6, we Ith the Fol lowing result William Bechold c. C. D. W. Biteler v. C. E. Parmelee prelate. Jolt Burri m. At a. E. B. Miller m. Of f. John Eckert m. Of e. W. H. Schauffner m w. S. Louden k. Of r. And s. Trustees Jas. F. Stephenson n. W Senhauser and Fred Graff. Fall and we inter suits made to order in the very latest styles by David Maurer the tailor. 41-3m marriage permits. We. Lands brought Jennie Williams Albert Moffit Elizabeth Edwy Ards. Jesse l. Lovell Hannah Mason. Pearl g. Miller Della Slick. Philip Mangold Frankie Spach. We. G. Roderick Lillian a. King. George Limbachs Mary i. Metzgar rheumatism cured in a a Mystic cure Lor rheumatism and neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 Days. Its action 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 . F. H. Gentsch druggist new Philadelphia. 46-9m buy where you can buy the cheap est and that is at Burnside a. 51-2

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