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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 21, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $1.65. New Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia thursday dec. 21, 1893. Number 52. Business directory. In ? Quot a it t \ off m v v a / w _ / r v a Ltd s / 3 a if j. R. Frye practical and scientific Horseshoe special attention Given to diseased feet and faulty action in roadsters. Shoeing Trotters and pacers a specially. Shop in Rufers stand 49-26 a so West front Street. M. S. Maple dealer in groceries provisions and produce All kids. We handle n thins but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. 49-give us a Call 2u West front Street new Phil. Near planing Mill. 35-Ly formerly the a Gilsey Jacob Foehl amp son proprietors. Joy table second to a a free bus to and from All Good barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Ohio. 36-Ly . M. S. Vail dentist office in try Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Ii undershot. A Pec and St jul to it office and rooms. North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c c. Ellis architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 sooth Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl d r. Joseph f. Fox office Over Gentsch a drug Stere new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. M. May 25-Ly. H. H. Porter a attorney at Law special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w. High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D. Richards. J r. P. H. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohp 8 to 10 a. M. 2 to 4 p. M. 7 to 8 p. M. Sundays 9 to 10 a. M. Mother have you a baby if so it from your druggist today for 25 cts., a bottle hands Colic cure. Every baby often has distressing Colic . Hands Colic Cike gives pm mediate Relief by removing wind from the stomach and quieting the nerves giving restful sleep. Mothers think the worry and anxiety this saves Yon. If your baby is teething . Hands teething lotion for 25 cents soothes and relieves All pain. Sold by f. C. Miller amp son. A an Ohio Mother letter. Mansfield ,0, March 13, 1893. A i have used . Hands teething lotion for two years and it gives Relief to my children when cutting Teeth. My child after having the lotion applied a few times would actual y cry for it. I have also used . Hands Colic cure and . Hands cough and croup Medicine and can recommend it to All mothers a mrs. I a. Ridenow. Or. Hands remedies for children Are sold for 25c, by f. C. Miller amp son. Holiday excursions. On dec. 23, 25 and 30th, 1893, and Jan a 1st, 1894, the Cleveland amp mar Ietta by. Will sell Low rate excursion tickets to All Ponts from All stations tickets to be a id for return a Sage up to and including Jan a 2nd., 1894. For rates and and reliable information apply to Auy ticket agent the c. A m. By. Wit Jar Holiday excursions baking Quot powder is Olufela pure a Cream Arr baking powder. Highest All in Leavening latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 106 Wall St . Colorado has granted the women a right to vote at All elections. The constitutional amendment carried Over 6000 votes. Several government officials at Toledo Are Tobe prosecuted for violations the civil service Law. They had made assessments for political purposes minor officials. These officials Are republicans. A Tariff Wool builds up the Trade for the foreign manufacturers. They get a Good Quality and make Good cloth while America is confined to our Domestic wools and therefore f All Short the better grades Wool that is used to mix with Home wools. The Silver leaders the country Are about to adopt some plan to strengthen their cause. The conference is about to Settle Down the following the plan most Likely to be adopted As to the next congressional election is one which contemplates securing pledges direct expressions from every candidate for Congress. No distinctions Between candidates Wilt be Maje account adherence to the old parties. The full Silver strength a District will be thrown to the Man who gives the strongest Assurance allegiance to the Silver cause. In Case All the candidates in a District Are opposed to Silver an Independent Silver candidate will probably be nominated. As yet however no final conclusion has been h the above is adopted it will make Many doubtful congressional districts. Flour will go up. The Farmers in the Northwest realizing the shortage wheat have held several meetings to discuss the situation and decry the causes the unprecedentedly Low prices in the face this shortage. As a result the following a Holder wheat circular has been is sued from Pierre a every country in Europe except Russia has this year had a Short wheat Crisp. Our own crop is at least 100,000 -000 Hub Bela under that last year and 200.000.000 less than we raised in 1891 the general financial Stringency the last six months has brought out Large supplies for All. The Harvest this year was a poor one. This has kept the Market Price Down. A the Price is governed by the Law Supply and demand. For Over a Yar we have had too Liberal a Supply. The spots this fall have been Large amour Ting to about 80,000,000 Bushel since the last Harvest began. It is doubtful if Jan. 1,1894, there will be enough wheat in the United states to meet our usual requirements. As result the present Low Price a smaller acreage Winter wheat has been sown than for several years past. A after a thorough investigation the conditions existing we feel certain the year 1894 will bring much higher prices for wheat and do not hesitate to urge Northwestern producers to hold their wheat in hand for a few months. We May just As Well keep at least a part this extra profit for ourselves As to give it to the elevators and Millers by Selling now. A a the conditions Are such that every Bushel wheat now remaining in the producers hands can be made to bring $1 before another Harvest if All it is held for that Price. Each Day the world consumes Over 6,000,000 bushels wheat and the continued Large Supply at terminal Points would rapidly decrease if the Farmers would cease for a tune to augment the Northwestern Miller also urges the Farmers to hold their wheat through the Winter As the Price is cer Tain to be higher than at present. Our assortment leather goods this year is the most Complete line Ever brought to this City. It embraces la Dies and gents toilet cases cuff and Collar boxes Han a kerchief and Gloye boxes shaving cases pocket books. Card cases Bill books letter books Etc at prices to suit the hard times. Wells drug 8 Tore 50 new Philadelphia Ohio. Local laconic. Ii. A. Parmelee the Wood worker. Judge Mitchell went Satun a business. To Cleveland go to mrs. Russells for cheap hats. 51-2t. Mrs. Parks and daughter Bessie Akron Are visiting friends in this City. The finest line Holiday goods is kept at j. H. Kinsey a. 3t mrs. Pocock Wooster is visiting her daughter mrs. Maurer. Burnside Sella the the City. Try fiem. Best 50ot, Glove in 51-2t. Or. John m. Custer has been ill Dis posed for several weeks but is Able to be out again. Burnside has a larger and cheaper assortment Holiday goods Tau Ever before. 51-2t. Or. Kurtz has been confined to his bed for several weeks and is in a feeble condition at present. Great bargains russells. In millinery at Are 51-2t. The immense line Holiday goods has just arrived at the store j. H. Kinsey sat prices to suit the times. Gall and see them. 3t All Plush cases All kinds will be closed out for the next two weeks at actual Cost. Wells drug store 50-3t new p i Ladelphia Ohio. A windstorm at Muncie ind., the 15th inst a roofed business houses and other buildings doing considerable damage. Burnside is closing out Wall paper at Cost in order to make room Tor new paper in the Spring. Now is the time to get a bargain. 51-2t. Cattle Are dying rapidly in Western Texas. No rain has fallen for five months and the Range is Bare grass and the Stock is starving to death. School teachers who will want to treat their pupils will find to their advantage to Call Schoch Bros., for pure candies All kids. Remember they Are manufacturers. 53 sheriff Adams is confined to the House suffering from la g. De. His Sou Frank was sworn in As a Deputy tuesday to take the place the father but ii he is Able for duty. Go to Schoch Bros., for hand made creams chocolate coated confectionery goods All varieties. T by have a special Supply for the Holiday Trade. Go Aud see them. 53 grip has taken a firm hold n Cleveland and Many die daily from it. Pneumonia p Evans to a great extent also. For 48 Luuis ending at noon monday 48 deaths were reported. The Best assortment silverware doth solid and plated Ever brought to the town is at Halls jewelry store. Prices to suit the times. Secure your Holiday presents now. 51-2t. Mies Mae Everett Ada russells millinery establishment left monday for her Home in Youngstown Ohio to spend the holidays with relatives and friends. Or. H. B. Mitchell this City who is attending the Western Reserve University at Cleveland will be Home sat urday to spend the holidays. He wid be accompanied by his Friend . Hub Bard Ashtabula Over the Wheeling and Lake Erie railway. Thanksgiving Christmas and new years. On the occasion Winter holidays thanksgiving thursday nov. 30, 1893 Christmas monday dec. 25, 1893 new years monday Jan. 1, 1894 the Wheeling a Lake Erie railway will offer for Sale at All stations its line excursion tickets at special Low rates. Children under five years age free those Between five and twelve years age half excursion rates. Full information and Mexcur s tickets can be obtained from any the Wheeling and Lake Erie railway. A. G. Blair gen�?T1 manager Jas m. Hail Gene a passenger at. 49-4 de Horning. As this matter is by ing so actively Dis cussed All Over the country in connection with a improved methods in Dairying we append this summary from the last bulletin from Cornell this subject and Trust it will answer a number inquiries along this line. Prof. Rob erts recommends that the Best time to a Horn is when the Ca f is less than a month old. The operation As described by him is to closely clip the hair from the skin and moisten the Little Horn with water to which soap a few drops ammonia have Hien added to dissolve the oily secretion the skin. This is necessary to permit the Potash to More readily adhere to the horns surface. Care must be exercised not to moisten except Horn where the Potash is to be used. The stick caustic Potash which can be procured at any drug store and about the Siz the average Lead Pencil is moistened at the end and applied to the Horn until it becomes slightly sensitive. The professor states that he applies the caustic from five toe get times to induce this degree sensitiveness. The whole thing is done in a few minutes and the calf does not suffer any a slight Scab forms Over the surface the budding Horn and drops off in a month six weeks Leav ing a per cry smooth Pool. He adds that no inflammation suppuration has occurred in any the trials at the Sta Tion the result the de Horning experiments at the station permits the professor to recommend stick caustic Potash As efficient cheap and easy application As a preventative the growth horns. Also that the earlier the application is made in the life the calf the better. We have Given a. Bippus a son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. H. Chase a co., distillers Louisville Kentucky. Miss Mattie Meanor the leading Mil Mer the City invites All who want a bargain in the millinery line to Call now everything will be sold away below Cost. _ 50-2 if you do not know it Call at once and find out that you can buy Calt de. Us Boston rubber boots for $2 60. Colchester spading $2 50. Coic Bester common $2.25. Stun Sung proof $2 75, Worth $3 50. Strictly Cash dissolution Sale. Eckert a Taylor new Philadelphia 51-2 pumpkins Are one the valuable crops to be grown for Stock feeding. Grown with the Corn they Cost but utile for cultivation take very Little Fertility from the soil Aud in feeding have a tonic effect that counter balances some the evils that come to much Corn. For a Christmas present nothing is nicer than a Tine pair shots slippers especially when you Oan buy the it so cheap. Can save you 25c. To $1.00 every pair according to Quality and Price while the strictly Cash dissolution Sale lasts Eckert a Taylor new Philadelphia 51-2 at great Falls Mont. The Mercury has been known to drop 25 degrees inside file minutes. A great Surprise at mrs. Russells store. Everyone invited. 51�?2t. Remember that at Schoch Bros m the place to inv your candles. Nuts and fruits for the holidays. 53 a girl in an Auburn shoe shop earns $40 a week sewing tips into shoes. She received a cent a tip and and one Day recently she sewed in 941 tips. Given away free one half every tenth Purchase to the purchaser in Cash when Sale is Cash at 8. S. Urfels we loaned to some one two Law bomb a a Story a equity and the party has Nee elected to return them. We forget who the party is and will be very much pleased to have them returned red. Of. Special Low prices will be Given dress goods during the month de Cember. If you want to save Money attend these sales at j. H. Kinsey a. 3t eleven the general fellowships Chicago University have been won by women although they numbered but one third the applicants. A general line millinery will he will he sold regardless Cost at Mattie Meanor a go and see the Large line to select from. 50-2 Buffalo Bill has bought a $10,000 residence in North Platte neb., very near the spot where he killed his first in Dian and there he intends to spend the rest his life. We Challenge anyone to undersell us n solid silverware plated Ware watches jewelry any kind. Just Call and see our Stock and secure your presents for the holidays. H. Espenschied no. 133, West High St. 51-2t. The youngest judge in this country is said to be Henry w. Scott associate Justice the supreme court Oklahoma. He is Twenty eight years old. At the age Twenty two he was Register the land office at lamed. Kan. He has written several Legal works. Diamond rings from $2.50 up watches from $2.50 up All warranted Gold headed canes beet Quality Gold spectacles and Eye Glass 500 Gold rings to select from at Halls jewelry store. Call and see us before you Purchase Holiday goods. 51-2t. The japanese government has granted permission to . Mary a. Suganuma to practice Medicine in Nagasaki. This is the first time that a woman physician has been allowed to practice in Japan. Or. Suganuma is an american woman and she married . Suganuma formerly m the Telegraph department at Osaka. For a sore Throat there is nothing better than a flannel Bandage dampened with chamberlains pain Balm. It will nearly always effect a cure in one nights time. This remedy is also a favorite for rheumatism and has cured Many very severe cases. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller a son druggists. Or. T. W. Mcdermott and s. Toomey have brought from Tennessee a Fine pacing bred pacer by Brown Hal 2 12j sire three with records better than 2 09. First dam Yum Yum by Prince Pulaski sire Mattie Hunter 2 22f. Second dam Emma dam Blue Jay 2 29, by Tom Hal sire 19 Hal Pointer 2 04j. Thir l dam Ruby the dam Susie b. 2 201 and rebellion 2 25 by general Hardee a horse that paced a 2 08 gait at 22 years old. Menus leather boots double sole >1 25, Worth $1 75. Kip boots double sol and tap $1.50 Worth $1.85. Kid boots double sole and tap $2.00 Worth i 2.75, broken sizes. Strictly can dissolution Sale. Eckert and Taylor new Philadelphia Ohio. 49-4 fresh fish if in Good condition will feel firm under the pressure the Finger and the smell though a a fishy is not unpleasant. Reject any the flesh which feels soft and which has the least objectionable odor. The sooner fish is eaten after it is taken from the water the better it will be. Done to miss it Spring Bros Are Selling dress goods and wraps at from 10 to 20 per cent below regular prices for spot Cash for the next 30 Days. Money Sayed is Money earned. 3-w unclaimed letters. The finest line violins guitars accordions mandolins harps Mouth organs can be found at resonable prices at h. Espenschied a store no 133 West High St new pnila., 51-2t. Go and see that Beautiful solid Silver Ware at h. Espenschied a jewelry store before buying Holiday presents. We will make it an object Worth looking after. 51-2t. Marriage permits. Edward w. Parks and Maggie Cahill Audrew c. Myers and Sarah a. Lyons Ernst e. Johnson and Lulu m. Laiz ure. David Lekes and Arminta Cordrey. Christian b. Perkins Aud Euzabeth Burkholder. Charles h. Huff and Minnie e. War Dell. Jesse c. Guthrie and Nina Kreiter. No Money required responsible parties to commence treatment. Drs. France amp Ottman formerly new York now the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia monday dec. 25th. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. M. To 6 p. M. One Day Only. The doctors describe the different diseases Oetter than the sick can themselves. It is a wonderful gift for any one to puss is. Their diagnostic Powers have created wonder throughout the country. The France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio is the Only medical Institute Ira the state incorporated with a capital $300,000. The times and Farmers Friend $1. Or. 8. Of Donnell is in Cleveland this week. Women graduates Eastern colleges Are successfully working farms in South Dakota. Last . C. C. Ellig was in Cleveland week business. The an out Gold Coin in actual circulation m the world is estimated by the Bank England officials to be about 865 tons. Prof. Maurer wife and babe will spend part the holidays with rela near Boliver. Tives there will be a grand masquerade Ball Given at Glover shall Christmas night the 25th dec. 8ee our line perfumery for the holidays. An elegant assortment in Cut Glass bottles and in both. A full line toilet articles in Silver covered Ware. Very Choice goods. Wells drugstore 50 new Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph Smith a labourer in the rolling Mill died last saturday kidney trouble. The funeral took place monday at the cemetery. The deceased leaves a family. Mrs. Janes relict the late Elisha Janes East High Street died thursday last paralysis. Mrs. Janes was an excellent lady and was held in High esteem by All who knew her. She was prominent in society and Church. The funeral took place at 2 p. M. On sunday Rev. Kreusch officiating. For a useful Xmas present Call at the furniture store a. Gintz a co., they have the Best assortment rockers bookcases music cabinets folding Beds pictures easels fire screens. Parlor stands blacking cases foot stools work baskets and stands dining room and bedroom furniture parlor suit and Hall rack. The Best and cheapest at a. Gintz a co�?Ts., new Philadelphia Ohio. Lost. On tuesday morning the Road Between new Philadelphia and Pike run one Satchel containing three four books. The finder will please leave them at the times office notify me at canal Dover. Dec. 19th 1893. B. F. Bomgardner. Ple duh work. Some outlaw got in his work at Trenton Tuscarawas As the town is now called saturday night by first i5rmg the barn . C. P. Minnich and then the River Bridge which is a wooden Structure at Trenton station. Four head horses a mule a steer wagons harness farming implements 000 bushels wheat were also consumed by the flames. Or. Minnich a loss will amount to about $4,000. The barn is situated in town there is no doubt that the same parties that fired the barn went directly to the Bridge and fired it. The Bridge is three fourths a mile from town. The loss to the county will amount to $10,000 $12,000. There was $5,000 insurance the Bridge. The Bridge that was was wholly a wooden Structure in three spans Aud covered. The same night the barns Horace Donnell Aud Jacob Pearch near Uri Casville were burned no doubt by the same parties. We did not learn the loss the contents these barns. The commissioners should offer a Reward for the arrest and conviction the fiend fiends. Lynching would be a just punishment for such criminals if it were not for establishing a precedent for taking the Law in the hands an excited populace. The county commissioners went to Tuscarawas monday to see the condition things. S. S. Urfer. Helping a a std letters addressed to persons named below remain unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by dec. 25, 1893. Jacob Johnson Ella Myers lawyer Castle Margaret Johnson mrs. 8. Mentzer m. F. Spencer Martha j. 8hroyer, g. Shively Filmore Snyder Leavie Fetters Edward Golder a. Wintzel William Siloam Sarah Bush a. Black Mary a. Care Angelo Corti. Please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. To All desiring to make desirable Xmas presents we keep the Quality up. Aprons blankets counterpane carpet sweepers corsets dollies dress patterns fur capes fancy hair pins fancy baskets fancy dusters fans head rests Hassocks hosiery handkerchiefs infants shoes infants cloaks infants knit Jacques infants blankets ice Wool shawls jewel cases kid Gloye kid mittens Linen sets laces lace dress nets macintoshes Muslin underwear. Look up above and then below our list is Complete. Victoria carpet sweepers can be taken trial. China Silks fancies 75 designs. Plain 50 shades at 29c, 49c and 69c. Unique get ups in head rests. Hearts buy your dressed turkeys Powell a Rogers East High St. 52 . Edgar Walter and wife were is iting in Pittsburg for the past week. Holiday goo is the i est 1 be Eyer shown in the county at g Utsch a drug store at prices to suit the times. Grandfather Kinsey went to Wooster this week to visit his daughter mrs. Haupert. Holiday g it ods the finest line Ever shown in the county at Gentsch a drug store at paces to suit tue times . Edward King travelling agent for the consolidated Glass co., is Home Lor the holidays. For Nice dressed turkeys go to the meat Market Powell a Rogers East High St. 52 Praise service next sunday at 3 p. A y. M. C. A. Rooms. Every Persou is cordially invited to attend. Good singing. Solos by w. H. Pope and others. Short address by judge Yeagley subject birth Christ. Can color carpet rags brightest and Best with magic dyes Wuich do not fade like most other dyes. 10 cents Gentsch a drug store. The City Council at their meeting last wednesday repealed the ordinance prohibiting Farmers retailing meat in town without paying a License fee. The citizens the town asked its repeal. Farmers can now sell meat As Illey please. Buy your Christmas turkeys Powell a Rogers East High St. 52 . Jacob Cratz Shanesville an old and prominent citizen aged about 72 years died monday. His death was probably the result an old injury he received while at work the farm. Or. Cratz was highly respected by ail who knew him. He raised a respectable family three two sons who live in Toledo o., and mrs. Daniel Kinue Shanesville. The funeral takes place to Day thursday. A Large bottles Small prices Small doses big to cure is Best possible description brants Balsam. 25 to 50 cent bottles. Or. John Labold aged 77 years a resident Lawrence township died the 10th inst., stomach trouble. He was buried the following wednesday at Bolivar. He was a native Germany came to this country at the age fourteen years. Or. Labold a a prosperous Farmer and owned at one time 3,000 acres land. Before he died he divided his vast estate which at present prices for land was Worth $150,000, among his eight children who Are All living and Are As follows John j. And Conrad Sandyville Samuel and we Boliver Jacob Somer Dale mrs. Lentz Sandyville mrs. G. Feller Chili o., and mrs. J. V Brinkman great Bend Kansas. Powell a Rogers keep a Nice ply dressed turkeys. Those who think the Wilson Bill will be disastrous to the Wool Industry should read the following statement . H. Beckman a prominent Blanket manufacturer Cleveland. Cleveland dec. 15�?two Hundred and tiny Labouring men this City will be Given a handsome new years gift at the opening the year Grace 1894. Or. H. Beckman senior member the firm operating and controlling the Northern Ohio Blanket Mills states that the morning january 2 his Plant will resume work in All its departments. Or. Beckman was asked a what effect will the passage the Wilson Bill have upon your plans a a a none whatever. We shall expect to Supply the Trade regardless Tariff legislation it is True however that the United states is 60,000,000 sheep Short enough to Supply Thede uan Daof the Trade in this country. Naturally we have had to depend in the past and shall in the future upon foreign Wool. There is not enough raised in this country and we shall have to get our Supply in Australia and other Points across the water. The Quality australian Wool too is Superior. Under the present Tariff Law we have been unable to get hold a great Deal foreign Wool. This should not he since it enables foreign manufacturers to make up this product and sell it m american markets. If we manufacturers can get hold the Wool we can manufacture just As Well and just As cheaply As they do Powell amp Rogers Haye prepared to Supply the Market with Nice dressed turkeys. Give them a Call. 52 two spans out r 500 feet in length the new Railroad Bridge being constructed Over the Ohio River at Louisville gave Way before it was securely bolted the 15th inst carrying Down 30 40 men who were at work the Bridge. About 25 were killed drowned and fatally injured in the awful plunge. The fal was More than a Hundred feet. Many people the Shore witnessed the horrifying spectacle. The wind was blowing a fearful Gale which was Given As the cause the Accident. The Bridge is to be used by the big four Railroad. Sup 52 to your our line books is larger than usual and pm ices cheaper than Ever. See our line bibles the largest Bible for $1.25 Ever sold before. A full line Fine teachers Oxford bibles. See our assortment albums in leather and Plush and get our prices. Wells drug store 50 new Philadelphia Ohio Good news for the ladles. For then it 30 Days we will absolutely sell All dress goods and wraps at a reduction from 10 to 25 per cent from the regular Price for spot Cash. 3t Spring Bros. New Cumberland tips. Wet a is in still blast. The roads Are very bad at present. L. M. Hollar and William Kelley at tended the examination at canal Dover last saturday. The Christian Endeavor social held at d. L. Stoneman a was Well attended. Hunters Are very numerous and the Rabbit that can answer to Roll Call by april 1st will certainly be entitled to a pension. The dance held at r. S. Campbells last thursday night was Well represented by a Large crowd Young folks they report a gala time. Christmas entertainments will be held in the m. E., presbyterian and lutheran churches. # Richard Mcclelland who has been going to school at Scio is at Home spending the vacation. An Oyster supper will be held at the g. A. R. Hall Friday night dec. 22nd. L. C. Boyd who has been working at the Sailor House at Massillon is at Home a visit. Black Dick. Uhrichsville jottings. Warren Moore Hagerstown spent sunday in the City. Died at his residence incest Uhrichsville tuesday december 12, 1893, Geo. Hite aged 63 years 3 months anti 11 Days. Funeral services at the m. E Church wednesday dec. 13, at 2 p. M. Standard time. Interment in Union cemetery Uhrichsville. The electric Street lamps have so far proven a failure. The lights Are not turned until so late that most the people have left the streets. W. H. Briggs spent last week in the country for his health. The Columbia club gave their Ball last Friday night. It was a grand Success. The i. O. G. T. Lodge. No. 382, will present the original Temperance drama a ruined by drink a at the City opera House thursday evening dec. 21. Mrs. Mana Jones Warren o., who has been visiting Here returned Home last week. The doctors Are the Only ones who Are doing any business Here at present. Gilmore Cullings. The residence James Crouch m Rush township was destroyed by fire tuesday last. The House was the property Clark Mccoulough. Both House and contents were insured in a the Glens Falls miss Nora Gooding visited friends in Scio last week. Mrs. Hannah Lanning was called to Saun Evilie o., last week to the bedside her sister mrs. James Boals. Wesley Dinning will spend the Winter with his Uncle near newcomers town. Several the members the . Order this place attended the Flag raising at Newtown saturday. Rev. Westwood delivered a Sermon to the members the . Order at at West Union sunday. S. F. Schweitzer new Phila spent saturday Dight at this place. The g. A. R. Post will hold an Oyster supper in tue town Hall saturday evening dec. 30th. Our grocery formerly kept by Josiah Curby changed hands last week. It was purchased by mrs. Mary Sneden Nur. She will be assisted by her sister miss Phoebe Cappel. Mrs. Bailey Colley spent saturday and sunday with her sister mrs. Theo. Morris. A bitter Sweet Connie Anim a Why can you get hats so cheap at mrs. Russells ads. Because she is closing out in order to have a fresh new Stock next fall. 51-2t. Have you a Sweet tooth. Many people think that sweetmeats Are injurious to the system. They Are in respect too much anything forced upon the system will do har no especially if adulterated a Tuffs Are used. We do not handle adulterer sweetmeats hence our Large sales. We have an abundance Bon bods French and Home made candies hand at prices that defy Competition. Malaga and California grapes at 15 cents per Pound. We have Choice oranges cheap. Nuts All kinds at prices to suit the buyer. Leave your order for the Holiday season and the goods will be delivered remember we Are manufacturers and do not adulterate our goods. Give us a Call in the Judy building. Costas Bros., 52 new Philadelphia 0. Handkerchiefs Content. Mulls napkins night shirts Orange spoons purses picture drapes pair curtains piano spreads rugs Ruch Ings silk dresses shawls set furs silk umbrellas silk Hose supporters silk mittens 8ilk fringe silk Hose silk ties. Shopping bags silk socks stamped linens skirts Silver spoons table linens towels table spreads underwear wrapper patterns piece sheeting comfortable silk vests. 52 list 9t and and Petit jurors. The following is the list grand and Petit jurors for the january term court for 1804 Kreder Tek got Bey Sal a township. Joseoh 8. Keplinger. Dover twp. George Welch. Mill twp. James k. Bowers Goshen twp Thomas Stull. Goshen twp. John putt York twp. Henry Taylor. Mill twp. Joseph Alleshouse Dover twp. John t. Showalter. Sugarcreek twp. Daniel Korns Goshen twp. John Thompson Ford twp Edward ditto Goshen twp. J. C. Mcbride. Goshen twp. Petit jurors. Frederick Sturm Auburn twp. John Frazier Clay twp. We. Ryan. Warren twp. Miles Granville Mill twp. I. . Goshen twp Geo. Crater Dover twp. Elmer Hykes Goshen twp George Meacon. Mill twp. James Parks rash twp t. B. James Goshen twp. John Kiserjr. Warwick twp. C. B. Pershing. Dov a twp. Charles Barth Salem twp. Heze Kiah Wardell Clay twp. Olomon Ackerman far fluid twp. George Porter Mill t p Adam Wolf Clay twp. Frank bean. Perry twp. John Emig. Bucks twp. J. C. Timmons Mill twp. The grand jurors Are to come in the 9th january and the Petit jurors the 22d january. Some foolish mothers let their babies cry with Colic giving Mother no rest night Day. How foolish when . Hands Colic cure gives immediate Relief to baby. It removes wind from the stomach quiets the nerves and gives restful sleep. Mother Bend to Day to your drug store for a 25c. Bottle. Think the weary hours it saves you. If baby a Gums Are sore teething use . Hands teething lotion. At All druggists 25 cents. Or hands Colic care in Ohio. Cedarville o., May 4th, 1893. I heartily recommend forever . Hands remedies for children. My baby had Colic so bad i was almost worn out. A lady Friend told me . Hands Colic cure i bought a 25c. Bottle and both Haby and Nijs Elf now have Sweet and refreshing sleep also find . Hands pleasant physic great Benefit to myself and child respectfully yours mrs. Geo. Boyd i r. Hands remedies for children 25c. At All druggists. Or. J. P. Blaize an extensive real estate dealer in Des Moines Iowa narrowly escaped one the severest at tacks pneumonia while in Tho North Ern part that state during a recent blizzard says the saturday review . Blaize had occasion to drive Sev Era Miles Surintr the storm and was so thoroughly chilled that he was unable to get warm and inside an hour after his return he was threatened with a severe Case pneumonia lung fever. Or. Blaize sent to the nearest drug store and got a bottle chamberlains cough remedy which he had often heard and took number Large doses. He says the effect was wonderful and in a Short time he was breathing quite easily he kit taking the Medicine and the Hext Day was Able to come to Des Moines. Or. Blaize regards his cure As simply wonderful. For Sale by f. C. Miller a son druggists. 50 doses Honey fios�?50 cents. A Honey figs is a very concentrated extract Ripe California figs Etc. It has no equal As a Safe cure for constipation colds fever nervousness inactive kidneys Etc. Old folks love it and children beg for More. Physicians give it in place cd Stor Oil. Keep up with the times and done to let any druggist sell you some syrup not half so Good which he makes More profit. Demand a Honey figs a made by the Fig Honey co., and Tell your neighbors How splendid it is. No other laxative Ever sold so Well gave such satisfaction. Sold by f. H. Gentsch. 44y i forced Sale overcoats sum pants much can be said for . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer better personally than 111 scant space in Public print. Call us to Tell you this great remedy for perfect restoration Man woman to full bodily vigor. Gentsch a drugstore. It. Washington doings Robt. Hill sea away last wednesday noon. He was born in Salem twp., May 3, 1817. He was the son Jesse Anu Mary Hill natives Virginia who emigrated to this township and county in 1806, Titus among the earliest pioneers. Robert was the youngest nine cd Ndreu and while yet a boy his parents died and he was thrown his own resources to struggle with the world. At the a a 18 he clerked in a dry goods store and held that position for 20 years. At first he received but $50 a year but was advanced until it reached $300. Or. Hill then turn a 1 his attention to farm incr. He purchased a farm about 200 acres and Elded to it until his possessions reached 620 acres and at the time his death owned 550 acres Well improved land. In the year 1873 he Laid out the Village Glasgow. He was a member the Centenary methodist episcopal Church. Or. Hill had been sick about two weeks with influenza sinking very Low at tunes and then again recovering unti death relieved his sufferings. He wan married oct. 12, 1844, to miss Catherine Wise Coshocton county. To them have been born six children whom Only two Milton b. And William m. Survive. Or. Hill was a very successful Man commencing with nothing he has by his own application and Energy accumulated a considerable estate. His age was 76 years 7 months and 10 Days. The funeral took place last saturday afternoon services in the Moravin Church. John Eis Miller Burgh is spending a few Days with his Mother and Brothers and Many friends in this place. Hon. H. H. Porter now new Philadelphia was in port Washington monday. He had been engaged As attorney in the Law suit Roenbaugh is Adam Stocker in which Roenbaugh was Given a verdict $81. Porter was r. To Banghs attorney while Crater Newcomerstown defended Stocker. Dick Garsed and wife Philadelphia pa., Are visiting with James Benton. Prof. C. L. Cronebaugh has been ill with the grip. The moravian sunday school will give an entertainment Christmas at the moravian Church. Everybody invited. Born to . And mrs. Jacob Stein Baugh a daughter monday. Baltic notes. Mrs. K. Kennedy and daughters have returned to their Home at Carrollton. Mrs. Lenz went with them. Mrs. B. R. Hoopes and family Chagrin Falls Are spending a week with mrs. Will Domer. Or. And mrs. A. A. Hoffman visited at new Philadelphia last week. Mi88.je8sie Metzler and Clinton Rotenberry called Bloomfield friends last saturday. Miss Lucy Madison spent Friday and saturday at Coshocton. Miss Vesta Metzler had charge the primary department during her absence. Mrs. Morris lint was called to Bolivar by a Telegram announcing the death her Grandfather . Labold. Or. Do us returned from Canton last thursday but business called him Back to Canton monday this week. Christmas exercises at the Reform Church Sabbath morning at the German lutheran Sabbath p. M. A entertainment at the English lutheran Church Sabbath evening also Epworth league and preaching services at m. Church at 6 and p. M. Sabbath. A Pego it probate court. Notice is her by Given that the following accounts and vouchers exes a Turs Adan , guardian., a a lev a Hern filed in the office tie probate court tug Caracas county Ohio and will for Jeanng thursday january 4.1 d 1894 and commits from Day to Day uni til All Are disposed y final account and vouchers Henry mrs be Adams is the estate Frederick Ruet sagger deceased. Us a second account and vouchers f.1 a Kerr administer matrix the estate Doretta Bicker deceased. Final account and vouchers Geo. W. Betscher executor the estate Catharine Bauer deceased. Second account and vouchers Oft d. Healea guardian Robert . F Inal account and vouchers John s. Graham executor the estate Lucinda Biteler deceased. Final account and vouchers John s. Graham administrator the estate David Zimmerman deceased. First account and vouchers t. D Healea administrator the estate James Wilcoxen deceased. First account and vouchers John be. Graham guardian John Riggle. R account and vouchers e. J. Floore and a. P. Latto f executors the estate Alexander Latto deceased. First account and vouchers c. V. Mcluskey executor the estate Catharine Mccluskey deceased. First account and vouchers w. A. Hardesty administrator with the will annexed Thomas Moore deceased. Final account and vouchers Hugh 1. Minnis guardian Joseph Taylor first account and vouchers Ina Mathews guardian the minor heirs Edwin Mathews deceased. Fourth account and vouchers James v. Tomer administrator the estate Daniel Tomer deceased. First account and vouchers Stephen Horn executor the estate Mary j. Mears deceased. First account and vouchers Wallace Gatchell and Frances Gatchel administrators with g will annexed Job w. Gatchell deceased. Final account and vouchers William i. Stevens executor the estate Annabel la Moore deceased. I if the account and vouch i a Samuel ruler guardian Floral cd a Flora a. Welch. Fourth account and vouchers Philip c. Furney executor the estate George Lechner deceased. F first account and vouchers John b. Mathias executor the estate Rose Ann Emit deceased. Final account and vouchers Mary Mclean guardian Jane f. Mclean. Final account and vouchers Beriah Johnson administrator the estate Cyrus Carson deceased. Final account and vouchers John w. S. Goudy guardian John a. Varner. J. H. Mitchell probate judge. December 11, 1893. Transfers real estate. Mary a. And i. B. Beans to John Caddy acre Goshen $150. Jesse Forsythe to Hugo Bigler part lot 48, Uhrichsville $760. Y Jacob Gepfert to m. Warded 3 4-100 acres Franklin $304. D. W. Denison to Fred a Hartline 89 acres$3800. J. C. Steele a exers. To Basil Green it. Al., strip land Edgefield $500. Lemuel Delong to j. Manderson lot 219, Uhrichsville $200. Peter Hoopengarner a exers. To j. M. Anderson Alley Uhrichsville $1. Leah Anderson to j. C. Anderson 37-100 acres Wayne $145. J. P. Schrader to Grant Schreader about 3 acres Wayne $500, Gertrude a. Smith it. Al., to Margaret Smith lot 252, Uhrichsville $550. Of a. Bigler it. Al. To Fred a Weber lots 1, 2, 3, and 1 acre Bolivar,$400. Fred k Weber to Franklin Bigler lots 1,2, 3, and 1 acre Bolivar $400. Christian a. Lash to Franklin Fisher lot 25, Shanesville $100. J. S. Yoder to Franklin Fisher lot 29, Shanesville Legal notice. Will sell out their entire Stock for Cash at prices calculated to clean up the whole lot before teen. 1, �?T94 taxis a be Rietl s/l6 commences dec. 1,1893 a genuine Cash Sale the whole Stock. Nothing reserved. Susik Smith plaintiff court common is it pleas Tuscarawas Sarah county Ohio s. S. The defendant barah Forsythe residing in the City Oregon 8tat&Quot Oregon and the de Rendant Mary Alt turn whose place a let Dence is unknown will take notice that the 11th Day november a let1894 Susie Smith tiled her petition in the co it a t common pleas Tuscarawas con to h in ease numbered 4913 against the above named parties and a thers praying for partition the the following described premises he dog in Sairam township county tuscan arts a id state Ohio and known As part the Northwest the Northeast Quarter Range three township six and Section sixteen and hounded As follows the North by lands ii. J. Handy the East and South by lands f. Cunning Ham. And the West by the lick run Road leading to Bakersville Road containing ten Aeres More less. Said panics Are required to answer before the the Day january a. D. Lsv4. Or the allege contained in said petition will be taken As True and judgment May be taken against them 41f-6 ors n Lusk plaintiffs attorney. Legal notice. Chhist Iak Mittit. Als. court is. F common Rosanna Bucky. It. . Darts pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio. John Mutti and Elizabeth Mutt and the children and heirs at Law Anna Reutler deceased and Gottleb Beutter the county Monito in the Tate vols Ouri the names which children and heirs an believed to he Ludwig ii Utler Ida rentier Henry rentier. William Beutler Samuel Reutler and Fred. Rentier will take notice that the 6th Day november a. 1. 1h9j, Christian Mutti Aud Mary Stu her. Filed their petition in the court common pleas eur scarab is county Ohio praying for an order partition the following de cried real estate to Wii Stua e in Tuscarawas county Ohio being the South East Quarter the North East Quarter Section 7 seven township h eight and Range i three the United states military land District in said county containing forty acres More less with the appurtenances. And that said petition will be for hearing in said court and an order partition demanded uen said Case shall he reached in its Begum order trial after the expiration Rule Day for answer in said court. By j. U. Barnhill nov 16-6wks. Atty. For plaintiffs. Holiday excursions via Pennsylvania lion december 23d, 24th, 25th, 30 and 31st, 1893, and january 1st, 181 excursion tickets at Low round to rates will be sold irom stations t Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburg to Points those lines in Weste Pennsylvania. Ohio Indiana Illino Kentucky and West Virginia. Ret Coupon will be valid until january v for details please apply to Nean Pennsylvania line ticket agent. Winter holidays excursions Over the Wheeling amp Lake Erie rail and connecting lines. A Christmas new year a the Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway will offer for Sale at All stations its line excursion tickets to local stations and Points connecting roads at special Low rates. Full information cur Sion tickets can b8 out any agent the Wheeli Erie railway. J. Freight and pass agent

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