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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 20, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia there is Only one Royal Road to Fortune and that is paved with Type. Volume in. New Philadelphia Ohio thursday december 20, 1894. Number 52. Som trial Fulton Trent. The a Only Democrat in Congress reelected by increased majority Quot is turning up with great frequency. The japanese armies Are crowned with Victory at every step. China will make her Appeal l mercy direct to Japan. Local melange. Debs tie Leader the great Railroad strike has been held for contempt court in violating the injunction the courts. To will serve six months in prison. Tan it be possible that Oon Ress Man Boutelle Maine is trying to do for the Reed Boom hat Steve Elkins did for the �?T92 Blaine Boom it looks that Way just now. According to government statistics it shows that cigarette has increased over3,000, mj0 in consumption during the past year. The statistics As to the increase idiots has As yet not been announced. My the cheap sides. 51-2 j it. Maurer w p Eastern papers Are much worked up Over the report that the Goulds intend to build a Railroad from new York to Washington. If they do they will Reserve the family policy the late Jay Gould acquired All his railroads through the wrecking system which he was one the most expert manipulators the world Ever produced. The supreme court Ohio has decided that the militia National guard is a state institution and should be supported by the Quot state. We Call that sensible. The court knocked out the Law providing for the building armoires by the counties. The legislature might have figured it out that Way if it had studied the question a Little. Chairman Bland the coinage committee should report free coinage measure notwithstanding the president said he would veto it. Let the Bill be passed and let the president put himself upon record. Congressmen a fear the president in too much like the fellow who refused to Pray because the a a Devil was watching him. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. There must have been a time when gifts were simple very else new would mortals Call the Christmas season merry a merry Christmas to All h. A. Parmelee the woodworker a. Of. Holmes spent sunday with his family. Mrs. Sannel Schneider left monday for a visit with Canton friends. I buy where you can buy est and that is at Burnside the infant son i hurried tuesday. Miss Gertrude Kreusch will spend the holidays with her parents. Sewing machines $19.50 cents at h. L. Halls. 51.2 ladies. John h. Kinsey a adv. On the last Page will interest you. Miss Ada Kohr has returned from the Cleveland music school. Christmas concert at Stone Creek sunday evening. Everybody invited. Call at Schoch Bros for your oranges nuts and candies for the holi a Day. 61-2 i. L. Adams and wife have moved into their cozy residence North Broadway. The rolling Mill closes urday for a week during Days. Mrs. I h. Harmon East Avenue is very ill Throat and stomach trouble. If you want bargains go to Lehman a for your Holiday goods. 50-3 qui Vive will meet at the Home m. Booth the first monday the new year. Buy your Holiday goods at John John h. Kinsey a. 51-2 Michael Gorman Beaver Falls pa., has accepted a position in the wire Nail works. Down sat the holi a when some years ago Banditt in Southern Italy systematically plundered unfortunate travellers and even the helpless natives we in America thought Italy not far removed from barbarism. Our train robbers have done More plundering within the last year than italian Banditt did in ten years and what Are Quot we going to do about this National disgrace our Billy Mckinly received a terrible snub in new York lately when he listened at a banquet his ilk his name associated As a Tail to Morton a Kite. It is said that his countenance took a. Cardinal Hue when Chauncey i Pew announced three cheers for Morton and Mckinley that was the unkind St Cut All to humiliate a guest at their Board. On Christmas and new years Day the Post office will be open from 7 to 9 a. And from 5 to 7 p. Try our Boston Waterproof polish for menus and boys hoots and shoes. 51-2 Meyers amp Rosch. N. W. Browne Oil City pa., was visitor to our City a few Days the fore part the week. Thomas Connell who Lias been working in the Cambridge Mills Sun Dayed with his family Here. Call and see the Fine China at h. L. Halls. 51-2 the members the legislature this state will not meet this Winter but they will meet in Columbus and draw their $600 just the same As though they have earned it. Were a democratic legislature to do such a thing life would not lie Worth living for As the average Republican paper would howl till the air would be thick anti murky. The new York world is authority for the statement that the profits the sugar Trust for the past year was $7,125,000, which the capital invested amounts to 71v2 per cent. That a a infant certainly does no to need any Protection it seems Able to take care itself. But it Isnit any Bustier than a Good Many other trusts that have grown up under Republican Rule. The committee resolutions in the Assembly american federation labor held in Denver the 14th, inst., recommended the free coinage Silver and demands tin re inaction the Law in Force before 1873, regardless the action any other nation. The resolutions were adopted. Will the democratic party take heed while it has the Power to remedy will Quot it resuscitate itself will it play the a Roll rip Winkle until a new party is born to arrest the shackles from the people All Hail to these federations labor. Their voice will be heard some Dav. The democrats the House committee banking and currency who were hopelessly at sea during the last session have announced their intention to report a currency Hill before he Holiday recess and it is an open secret that it will be very near to the recommendations made by Secretary Carlisle and endorsed by president Cleveland a message an Extension National Bank currency and am authorization state Bank currency under proper safeguards. The committee Are now giving hearing to a number prominent financiers beginning with Secretary Carlisle. The idea is to get the Bill reported before the recess so that it can be fully discussed by the Public before the re assembling Congress i the Gold Reserve which has been increased above the one Hundred million Mark by the Sale Bonds Lias again fallen to $96,410,884 by reason heavy drawing for shipment abroad to Settle balances Trade which occurs at this time year. It is hoped that the revenues derived from importations Woolen goods and whiskey in Bond under the new Tariff Law which takes effect january 1st, 1895, will restore the Gold Reserve to the required Point. It is a grave question that confronts our Congress if the revenues do not replenish the Treasury. It will then become a question As to whether Bonds shall be issued again and sold to the Gold bugs restore Silver to where it belongs. The Wall Street Fellows favor the former and the people the latter. 1500 pounds Candy 10 and 15 cts. A Pound at Burnside a must be sold this month. 50-3 mrs. R. Mccleary entertained in a delightful manner a number her friends thursday evening last. Fine banquet lamp silk Shade Only $3.75 at new York Racket store. 50 3 George Burrell Lutian Redman and Charles Sattler Mineral Point were in town business last monday. Over gaiters for 25 cents a pair at 51-2 Meyers amp Rosch. J. Brady Westli afer and wife will return to Day from Cincinnati and other Points where they spent their honeymoon. For a Good honest Home made leather Couch turkish Rocker parlor suite bed lounge go to 51-2 a. Gintz. For the first time in a decade that sprightly newspaper the Minerva Kodak made its appearance our table. Glad to see it. Is it an a boy the Outlook for the times is he comming brighter. Ten healthy new subscribers in two Days makes us feel that the democratic hard times Isnit so bad As painted. A Christmas cantata will be Given monday evening dec. 24th, at the disciple Church in this City admission 10 cents. Proceeds for the school. Everybody invited. See our line Holiday slippers from 60 cents a pair up. 51-2 Meyers amp Rosch. Until after january 1st, the shoe stores in this City will be open every evening. After that Date All will close As usual at 7.30, Standard time except monday and saturday evenings. Owen Hallinean Beaver Falls pa., Lias accepted a position in the Nail Mill. He weighs 118 pounds and is quite a pugilist and is willing to meet any Man his weight in the county. For the most Complete and Best Varity largest assortment All grades furniture you will go to a Gintz 51-2 w. High St . J. F. Shepherd will preach in the u. B. Church Sabbath morning and evening. Married dec. 12th, 1894, by Rev. J. W. Eli Joseph Burkey and Clara Maughiman. If Vou want to buy no. 1 yellow Corn Call j. Hummell. 49-4 misses Anna and Jennie Mitchener arrived Home thursday from Bethlehem College for the holidays. Buy a piano for Christmas h. L. Hall. 51-2 misses Bertha Kennedy and Nellie Riker will be Home from Oberlin College to Morrow to spend the holi Days. We Are sorry that two children . And mrs. H. E. Cole Midvale Are at deaths Point Hopes Are entertained for their speedy recovery. Theodore Kaderly the Case school Cleveland and Wilbur Wilkin the Washington and Jeffer son College Are at Home for the holidays. We have an Over Gaiter for 25 cents a pair As Good As you have been buying for 50 cents. 51-2 Meyers amp Rosch. Frank Murray and w Ife Cleve land returned to their Home Friday night after a three weeks visit with her parents . And mrs. Wyant Tuscarawas. Done to buy any Christmas presents until you have seen Burnside a line you will miss it. 51-2 Minerva people will vote the question who shall be their next postmaster. Seven candidates Are in the held with one woman in the Lead a mrs. Mary Mong. Buy your diamonds watches jewelry silverware Gold pens Etc. At h. L. Halls. 51-2 rumours thick and fast Are flying in the air up and around Huron and the Lake Shore that the great Carnegie steel Plant will locate somewhere the Lake. Surveying parties have been seen and excitement prevails. Done to fail to see the latest in chrysanthemum decorated China at swifts new York Racket store. 50-3 when you come to new Philadele phia and want a Good warm meal go to the boarding House Lew Horris Berger nos. 149 and 151 South Broad Way. The Best meals served at All hours and at reasonable prices. Done to fail to Call and see him everything first class. Ladies misses and children a Jersey Leggins at Meyers amp Rosch. The German evangelical lutheran congregation Dennison will dedicate their Church located first Street Dennison december 30th, with the usual appropriate ceremonies at 10, a. Service will be held in both German and English. All Are cordially invited. A quiet wedding took place in the cozy parlor the Sherman House monday at High noon. The contracting parties were fre a ick Roenbaugh and Mary e. Xia Milton both Uhrichsville. Rev. Smith the lutheran Church officiated. A Large lot new style lamps just received at Lehman a and will sell them very cheap. 50-3 the sunday school the Baptist Church we ill hold their Christmas entertainment thursday even ing dec. 27tli, the service we ill be rendered enjoyable by recitations and songs from the Little folks and we ill close with a pleasant Surprise for All. A cordial invitation is extended. The largest prettiest and cheapest line Holiday goods is at Burnside a. 51-2 John Wright a Farmer living near Tappan we Lille feeding a steam feel Cutter saturday last undertook to pull the stalks out and while doing so the machine unexpectedly started the knives catching the right hand draw ing it in and sliced his Arm into Small pieces almost to the shoulder before he could get it out. The Shock May prove fatal. George Straw la who is employed at the rolling Mill As Shearer met we Ith a severe Accident Friday after noon. He Wras putting a Sheet Iron into the shears when he caught his hand a jagged Point drawing his hand under the knife severing All the fingers from his right hand. It renders his hand almost useless. F Christ Mas is coming and you will want to get a Nice present for your Friend. Do not forget that we carry a full and elegant line Holiday goods. Call and see John h. Kinsey Northwest Cornet Public Square the grand and Petit jurors. The following is the jurors that have Ben selected for the january term court 1895, drawn december 17, 1894. Grand jurors. Township Moses i. James w. Adam m. D. win. P. Daniel Joseph L Adam John h. Kinsey Goshen w. D. s. F. Frederick Frank John Petit jurors. Township m. G. win. h. Gottdiener Dover r. W. Issac n. m. F. Henry h. O. f. R. John Lyle Mill g. W. we. John James John Cyrus we. N. w. H. Daniel Peter a few suggestions for Christmas presents sideboard dining table dining chairs bedroom suite combination Book Case All at 51-2 _ a. Gintz. Marriage permits. Jos. Mitchell Kate Thomas. We. Foley Josephine Shane Frederick Roenbaugh Mary e. Hamilton. Rudolpi Zimmerman Mary j. Simmers. Harvey e. Hay Emma l. Taylor. Frank c. Stowe Mary a. Thomas Emet Albaugh Nan Davis. Leander t. Burris Mary m. Mccullough. Great reduction All toys at Lehman a 5 and 10 cent store during this month. Everything must go. Done to forget the place. 50-3 the Jolly whole souled f. Stowe has come to the conclusion that it is not Best for Man to live alone in this we orld and fearing that he might become a confirmed Bachelor he took unto himself a wife last week. He was quietly wedded to miss Mary a. Knazer an accomplished Young lady. The times extends congratulations and Best wishes Schoch Bros make and retail their own candies. Always buy the pure goods them. 51-2 the commission firm Kirkpatrick amp Johnson Pittsburg who ran an advertisement with us As we Ell As dozens other papers in this Vicinity is proven to be an unmitigated fraud and beat. They left Pittsburg we Ith $12,000 other Peoples Money and forgot to leave their Kodak. The Little grand son Charle Pfeiffer canal Dover met with what we ill prove a fatal Accident saturday. The Mother set a bucket scalding hot water the floor with which she was cleaning and scrubbing. The Little fellow was watching his Mother at her work and ind eventually stepped backward against the bucket causing him to fall in a sitting posture into the hot water. The flesh the lower part the body and thighs were so badly burned that the skin dropped off. The Little fellow is suffering terribly and we ill doubtless die. A Man dropped dead. Sidney Crip from Hod hollow went into Burnside a Bazaar to see the pretty Christmas goods and being so shocked at the Low prices he was Selling at he dropped dead. The following Low prices Are what killed him silk Plush albums 84 cts. Silk Plush cuff amp Collar boxes 50�. Plush toilet sets 84 cts. Plush Box shaving sets 99 cts. China cups and saucers 10 cts. Child a chair 25 cts. Child a Rocker 49 cts. Wall pockets 75 cts. Thousands pretty toys 5, 10, amp 25?. Hundreds Fine dolls 5, 10, amp 25<l biggest line vases in town 5? up. Ladies Fine silk Handke cd is 10 amp a. A Beautiful line dinner sets hanging lamps and vase lamps. 4you ought to see them. Hobby horses doll carriages wagons sleighs and thousands other toys. Remember if you want to buy a pretty present for a Little Money this is the store to come to. Burnside a Bazaar 51-2 new Philadelphia I new Philadelphia. 51-2 . And mrs. Roland knrt/., hag he Hodg City returned Home monday after a w Eek a visit with Quot their son . Harry Kurtz and . Bertolett Lee Tonia Large vase lamp at Lehman a Only 75 cents. 50-3 the country is being flooded with skilfully executed counterfeit $2 and $5 Hills. The queer Bills Are All numbered above 50,000 and series a a by bearing general Hancock a picture. If you Are looking for a Fine medium picture such As pastels etchings water colors see 51-2 a. Gintz. The we ire Nail Plant started up with double turn monday employing fifty extra men. Heavy orders Are in. Robert and John Mccue Salem Ohio will run the additional Force. At the Baptist Church next Sabbath evening the pastor will preach the subject a Good the Sermon will be accompanied by pictorial illustrations representing familiar scenes connected with the birth Christ. D. Smith has received the appointment from the grand master the grand Lodge the masonic order in Ohio As lecturer for the District comprised Harrison Carroll Stark and Tuscarawas counties. He is requested to visit every Lodge in the District during the year. Free with each $5.00 Sale we will give a Nice blacking stand which would Cost you 75? if you bought it. 51-2 Meyers a Rosch. 1 opened up buy Early done trait till the Rush comes. 50-3 John Garney the tramp that was taking a sleep in the Aster mansion was found guilty unlawful entry to a House and sentenced to imprisonment for one year. It we Ould be a bad precedent if he had been acquitted. Tramps w Ould have a a soft snap entering houses when the doors we Ere open and retiring in the spare Beds for a sleep. That democratic w Onder the new York weekly world has changed its weekly into a twice a week paper and you can now get the two papers the times and the n. Y. World at $1.65, think it the news from new York right at your door fresh every three days�?104 papers a year. Of boys and girls Here is something for you. Free a Christmas treat. Spring Bros. A Holzworth kindly invite All the boys and girls new Philadelphia and Vicinity under 12 years age to come to their store Christmas Day Between 9 and 10 clock a. M., and receive a Nice treat. Do not fail to come. Or. And mrs. Chas. Nagely spent Friday and saturday in Cleveland. Miss Pearl Price who has been clerking for h. E. Burnside met with a painful Accident saturday last. Some one had left the cellar door open and stepping backward she tumbled into the cellar bodily bruising her limbs and head. She escaped we Ell considering the fall. David Maurer the tailor has just received some the latest designs fall and we inter goods which he will make up at very reasonable prices. Call and see goods. 41-tm a cold Young Man by the name Williams in company with another party hired a Rig Hood the livery Man saturday to drive to Eagle Hill. They were driving the towing path he canal and at a certain narrow p int at the lock by week less driving plunged into the canal giving them a cold Bath. They crawl led out and skipped for Dover leaving the poor horse in the canal. They informed the livery Man and he went and rescued the horse. Wanted w buy a 40 to 60 acre farm near Railroad station must be Good tillable land. Address Box 82, Tus Carawa As Ohio. 52-3 be careful. This is the time the year at which every one sending mail matter should place their own name and address the outside the letter package and also see that enough Stamps Are the package As they will not go if there not enough postage upon it. Soon people will begin sending Christmas gifts and should there he any reason Why the package could not be delivered it would at once be returned to the sender should his name he the outside the package. Otherwise it would go to the dead letter office at Washington d. C., and perhaps never he heard gain. Obituary James Taylor. James Taylor sr., was born in Hampshire co., va., March 9th, 1802. In 1811 his parents came to Smith fled Jefferson county Ohio where he lived until 21 years age when he came to Tuscarawas county. He was married october 1826, to Phobe Holmes. Twelve children were Horn to them six sons and six daughters. Five sons and two daughters Are yet living Joseph Thomas Samuel John and mrs. Linda Wilson who Are residents this county Edward prohibition Guernsey county and mrs. J. Hudson half Rock to. He also raised As one his own children the lady who is now mrs. Brice Mcfadden. In the Spring 1862 he moved to the farm which he resided until his demise. On february 22di 1890, the spirit Mother Taylor winged its flight to the a a silent land a and father Taylor we As left to travel the remainder life a journey alone. On sunday dec. 2d, during the temporary absence his daughter and grandson who resided with him he replenished the fire and it is thought became suddenly dizzy lost his balance and fell with his head against the grate. When they returned they found him sitting in his Arm chair. He had received severe Burns the right Side his head and face. Medical Aid was summoned and everything possible done to alleviate his sufferings. He lingered just one week and sunday dec. 9th, fearlessly painlessly and peacefully he Sank to rest. Ended forever All life a sorrows its troubles and its cares thenceforward there remains for him the Reward which the lord in his infinite Wisdom and mercy has provided. Another Pioneer has passed from Earth. When father Taylor came to this country it was All a wilderness. We find it almost impossible to comprehend the changes that have transpired within the lifetime this venerable Man. Instead the pathless wilderness infested with wild animals which first greeted his Youthful eyes we see a highly cultivated farming District flourishing country towns and everywhere evidence wealth and Progress. What a treat it was to hear him relate his fascinating stories Pioneer times at the Ripe old age ninety two 92 years his intellect was As Clear and Bright As that most men fifty even younger. His step was elastic his eyesight Good and his disposition sunny and Bright. He traversed the site the town Gilmore years before the idea entered the mind Gen. Walter m. Blake to found a town in that wild unsettled Region and the first Load merchandise Ever sold in that town was hauled by him from Wheeling. W. A. He fished with Jno. Funston when they were boys and years afterwards witnessed his hanging. Father Taylor was a lifelong Democrat. The first election Ever held in washing township was held in his House. His first presidential vote was for Gen. Andrew Jackson and Grover Cleveland the last. Firm in his political belief he stood by his party faithfully throughout his life. He was present at the last political meeting held in Gilmore and listened to speeches made by Jas. A. I. Richards and judge Stillwell. He never missed an election in his life. He left behind him the record a Well spent life. No needy person Ever applied to him for assistance in vain. His charitable deeds were Many but done in secret. His place at the fireside is vacant but in the hearts his seven 7 children Twenty seven 27 grand children Twenty 20 great grand children and countless friends the memory his Good deeds and unspotted life will be forever treasured. The influence radiating from the life a Noble Pio Man never Dies. A a we die not at All for our deeds remain to Crown with Honor mar with shame through endless sequence years to come our lives shall speak when our lips Are father Taylor had been a consistent member the Wesley Chapel Guernsey county m. E. Church for Over fifty 50 years and he was Laid to rest beside his beloved wife in the Beautiful cemetery at that place wednesday december 12th. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Walters pastor that Church assisted by Rev. Pierce the Mil Nerville circuit. All his children were present excepting mrs. J. Hughes half Rock mo., who was prevented by illness. May his children and friends emulate his Noble traits character. May they live in the fear the lord and with the desire to meet him in that better world. Of that blessed meeting when father Mother and children shall be re United never again to be separated throughout an endless eternity. Of that every sorrowing heart would think these words the blessed master a and to i am with you always even to the end the . A c. The crime the Gold Standard. As containing some interesting and compact information concerning government Bonds during the past 30 years and which is Well Worth the careful perusal every one we append an extract from a speech by u. S. Senator Jones that subject. He said in part Between 1862 and 1868 the United states government sold Bonds to the amount $2,049,975,700. How much did the purchasers to the government for those Bonds these men in whose behalf the legislative contribution Box is made to pass around at almost every session Congress in order that some new Law More potent than those which have pre needed May now and again be dropped into it for the better support the bondholders. A the amount received by the government for those Bonds was less than $1,400,000,000, to be exact $1,-371,424,238�?being an average for the entire Issue 97 per cent their face value. A the Bonds would have been honestly paid if paid in lawful Money no other Money having been prescribed in the acts authorizing the Issue except that Coin was prescribed for the payment the interest. The very fact that it was deemed proper to provide that the interest should be payable in Coin was a Plain implication that the principal was not to be so payable. The Maxim Law is that the inclusion one is the exclusion the other. A however the clamorous insist Anceo the creditors the people yielded so far As to declare in the a to strengthen the Public credit and in the refunding that the principal also should be paid in Coin. A for this $1,400,000,000 received by the government the United states there have already been paid Back to the bondholders in principal alone $1,756,000,000�?being $385,000,000 More than was altogether received. Besides there have been paid As interest the debt $2,538,000,000, nearly twice the amount received. There has been paid As a Premium Bonds bought in $58,000,000. So that for the $1,400,000,000 received there have been paid in All to the bondholders the sum $4,352,000,000. A but the cupidity those people is unbounded. Let us now look at the facts from another Point View still bearing in mind merely the equities and not the technical interpretation the Law. As 1 have shown earlier the Only value Money has is purchasing Power. Let us see what amount purchasing Power has been paid to the creditors in return for the purchasing Power which they paid to the government when the Bonds were placed the Market a assuming that the people had paid the dollars constituting the Public debt at the same ratio purchasing Power that those dollars possessed when paid Over by the bondholders to the people As stated by a member another body it would have required but 1,007,000,000 bushels wheat to the entire amount. We have already As Prin. Cipal alone paid to the bondholders the equivalent in Money 1,986,000-000 bushels wheat we have paid As interest the equivalent in Money 2,374,000,000 bushels and As Premium 62,000,000 bushels making the total payment principal interest and Premium 5,022,000,000 bushels wheat five times the purchasing Power which the people received from the bondholders. A yet after paying this enormous sum during the past Quarter a Century we have still the same number bushels wheat to that would have paid the entire debt at the time it was correspondence. News gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. Shanesville. We Are pleased to see Milton Blick again out our streets. He had been sick quite a while. Both the lutheran and reformed churches Are making preparations for Christmas festivals. Christian Strome was up near Canton last week looking for a farm. On last saturday evening As the lamps were being lit in the Large front windows j. Yoders store a burning match dropped Down some Cotton batting which he had placed in the window for the purpose displaying his Christmas toys setting it fire. The loss amounted to about $5.00. E. E. Doerschuk who has been attending school at Tiffin is expected Home this week to spend his vacation. Miss Julia Waiteman Canton has been spending several Days with miss Ella Yoder. Mrs. J. Kratz left last thursday for Toledo where she expects to spend the remainder the Winter with her son. Mignonette. Be sure and see Burnside a 10 cent counter glassware. U cent 51-2 i Baltic. Miss Cora Stephan spent saturday and sunday at Home. Mrs. Freck and miss Lizzie Hoffman were in Coshocton one Day last week. Mrs. Lenz visited her daughter mrs. Kennedy at Carrollton last week. Or. And mrs. De. Putt Canton have moved in with . Stephan and will probably remain some time. Mrs. G. Swope and Little son Are visiting with Dresden friends. Harry Myers Uniontown spent several Days with Herbert and James Rinehart this week. Walter Metzlar and Jakey Hoffman were in Coshocton last sunday. Miss Renner near new Philadelphia visited mrs. J. Crile last week. Mrs. N. Troyer spent Sabbath at sugar Creek. J. A. Price spent saturday and sunday with a. H. Lyber and will Troyer. The a ten virgins will be Given at the evangelical Church Christmas eve. 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. .�0-3 probate court proceedings. December 10.�?criminal court probate adjourned to monday dec. 17, 1893, at 10 clock a. Assignment a. W. Swihart a co. Application chattel mortgagee for distribution leave granted w. A. Mccrea to file a reply to the answer e. S. Douthitt Assignee i Stanter. Estate George Lechner fifth partial account filed and suspended. Joseph a. Hamilton executor a. Of William Hamilton dec a is. Ellen Hamilton it Al petition to sell real estate to debts and legacies. Guardian and item appointed for minor defendants. Estate Perry g. Gartrell final account filed and suspended. The state Ohio relation Elizabeth Evans is. Remus r. Gartrell executor ac., Perry g. Gartrell motion for writ citation. Motion dismissed. Dec. 11.�?will Casper Becker admitted to probate. Same widow elects to take provisions will. Estate Isaac h. Kurtz Sale Bill filed. In re. Julius Diehert declaration intention. Henrietta Mathus is. Theodore Piper proceedings in Aid execution hearing by consent. Will Martha j. Updegraff with application to admit same to probate filed set for hearing dec. 18. 1894, at i 10 clock a. Notice to heirs is sued. Estate William Hamilton appraisement ordered. Estate Joseph m. Sproal inventory and appraisement filed. Same Sale Bill filed. J Oseph a. Hamilton execute a. Of William Hamilton dec a is. Ellen Hamilton it Al. Petition to sell real estate to debts and legacies. Cause heard order appraisement and assignment Dower issued. Dec. 12.�?will Joel Stocker with done to forget to go to John Burry a store for Christmas goods for presents prices Are at Rock Bottom. Just think you can buy All Wool Treco dress at $1.75. Nice handkerchiefs at from 1 cent up. Cali and see before you buy. All other goods will be sold in proportion. I am anxious to reduce my Stock. All i ask that you come and see and be convinced. 51-2 John Burry. 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. 31, 1894. Charles Kern Han Eva ave Glass Susan a. Arnold Sam Brannan. John Henry we. Groh Valentine a Penc Heid William Kay Phoebe Kate Precilla Little Manda Patterson Eldora Summers mrs. James Robbins and c. H. Wiseman. Please say a a advertised when ask ing for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. Fall and Winter suits made to order in the very latest styles by David Maurer the tailor. 41-3m new pleas court. F. Peet is e. Lewis. Action for commission in Sale Bank Stock. Mary l. Keith is Thos. S. Keith. Divorce prayed for the ground Gross neglect duty and drunkenness. John Barnhill is Martha in Barnhill. Divorce prayed for the ground wilful absence and Gross neglect duty. H. A. Coffin is a. P. Mitchell it Al. Action for Money. James Hammel is Thomas p. Rankin adm. Action for Money. 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 a a y n f to Cau toot too. We do not claim to have the finest the Best Printer in the country nor do we claim the finest office in the state the world Etc., Etc., but can hold our own As Well As any the brag office. Our work has been satisfactory to All and is increasing. Try us is All we ask when in need Job printing. New material and Stock arriving daily. Well keep up to the times never fear. 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 what counts Good values honest goods no gift lotteries one Price to All and straightforward business methods i 3 Money Back if you want it i our increasing Trade shows that the Public is appreciative. Browne amp Myers clothiers tailors furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio. Quot buy your 11ch Hist Mas goods Holiday rates for Christmas and new years holidays the c. L. A w. Ray will sell excursion tickets to All locals stations and to Cleveland. Date Sale december 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1. Return limit january 2. J. W. Mccombs agent. Application to admit same to probate filed set for hearing dec. 20, 1894, at 10 clock a. Notice to heirs issued. Will Frederiek Miller with application to admit same to probate filed set for hearing dec. 21, 1894, at 1 clock p. Notice to heirs issued. In re. Guardianship Lorin l. Geckler first account filed and suspended. Estate Henry j. Oliver first account filed and suspended. Dec. 14.�?estate Richard Powle son letters administration de Bonis non with the will annexed granted to Samuel Schlup. Bond $8,500. Appraisement ordered in re. Guardianship Daisy g. Dittenhaver it Al third account filed and suspended. Dec. 16.�?in re. Guardianship Charles Rosenbury motion for re Moval guardian cause heard guardian removed will Solomon Domer admitted to probate. Same widow elects to take provi Sions will. Estate Jacob j. Miller sixth account filed and suspended. In re. Martin Kalin. Naturalization. Estate Leonard Smith inventory and appraisement filed. In re. Guardianship Peter Shang . Application with Choice minor filed. Letters issued to Charles Hoffman Bond $180 00. In re. Will Leonard Smith widow elects to take provisions will. Estate Elisha p. Jacob third account filed and suspended. Estate Jesse Delong Fina account filed and suspended. Estate Alexander Parker second account filed and suspended. Estate Francis putt exceptions to final account filed. The state Ohio application Nicholas Winkler is. J. D. T. Bold receiver Grove a co motion for writ citation set for hearing dec. 21, 1894, at 10 clock a. In. Albums Lehman a weeks. Must go during at any Price at the next three 50-3 from indications so far Winter wheat is in excellent condition. The average seems greater than a year ago and the prices will probably go lower Down. Schoch Bros make and retail their own candies. Always buy the pure goods them. 51-2 Call at Schoch Bros for your oranges nuts and candies for the holidays. 51-2 if you wish to make a Fine Holiday present Call h. E. Espenschied first and examine his Stock jewelry silverware and Gold watches. 50-3 for Sale. New 8 room House in Ragersville o., Good location easy terms. Call address new Philadelphia and canal Dover real estate Agency no. 43 third St., canal Dover o., times office new Philadelphia Two lots in Lockport Good location cheap and easy terms. Call address new Philadelphia and canal Dover real estate Agency no. 43 third St., canal Dover o., times office new Philadelphia They have just the thing j head our list below. I a coat the latest style. A Cape fur cloth a dress pattern the latest style. Ii a table cloth with napkins i a table cloth without napkins i a Muff some kind. A set furs. A Towel Dresser cover. A Chenille table cover. A pair blankets. A pair kid gloves for ladies men. A a dozen handkerchiefs. A dozen initial handkerchiefs. = a silk Muffler. A purse a tie. \ a Fascinator Hood. \ a Beautiful Indian Basket. 1 3 1 a very pretty banquet lamp. A Beautiful celluloid veil Case Glove Case handkerchief Case tie Case j 1 watch Case and card Case amp a. 5 Spring Bros. Amp hol Iffarth. 1 new Philadelphia Ohio.

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