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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 28, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $ Philadelphia times. A 11� volume Philadelphia o., thursday dec. 28, 1893. Number a a business directory. J. R. Frye practical and scientific Horseshoe special attention Given to diseased feet and faulty action m roadsters. Shoeing Trotters and pacers a specially. Shop in Rufers stand 49-26 astr West front Street. S. Maple dealer in produce All hods. We handle n thing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. Of give us a Call. 215 West front Street new Phil. Near planing Mill. 35-Ly formerly the a Gilsey Jacob Foehl amp Bon proprietors. Table second to none. Free bus to and from All barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Ohio. 36-Lff . Byron c. Hendershot. A a it Zed. Office and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. C. Ellis architect. Airs for building any description execution Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Toad Way. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl d r. Joseph f. Fox office Over Gentsch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio a be found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. May 25-Ly. _ h. Porter attorney at Law special attention Given to business in pro ate court. Office and residence w. High Street formerly occupied by j. A. Ichards. Absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in be amp vening latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 106 Wall St . What with a rebellion in Brazil a rebellion in Hawaii and a rebellion in Congress the newspapers have ample food for the most Insatiate persons. Congress has taken a recess until after the holidays. It is to hoped that after being dined and wined for several Days they will get Down to business and carry out the party pledges. Senator Voorhees Indiana is to be the Leader in the Battle with Silver bayonets in the Halls Congress. He is using what we predict will be a formidable weapon. The Gold bugs won their Battle under the Guise Friendship. The Prendergast trial for the murder mayor Harrison Chicago is plodding along slowly. Quite an array expert testimony to establish his sanity has been produced. It looks As though he would the death penalty a very just retribution. Our streets Are in a deplorable condition account putting in the sewers. Such work ought to be done in summer when possible to do it. If a Little attention was Given to leveling the streets it would not leave them in such bad condition. Thieves broke into Edward Engle Harts Blacksmith shop at Blakes Mills thursday night stole some tools and then attempted to break into the store . Groff. They were caught in the attempt and they then fled. They were not identified and have therefore not been captured. Or. Englehart found some the tools where they had dropped them. The City Council awarded the con tract for repairing the cite Hall wednesday night last to messes Frank and John Knisely at the sum $2680. They Are competent workmen and will do a Good Job. The style roof will be changed. The one burned was known As the mansard Sty e. It will now be a Gable roof. The amount insurance allowed by the Dju stors was not sufficient to replace the building As it was before. They have already begun work and will push it As fast As possible. J r. P. H. Sigrist East . New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to 10 a. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. Mother have you a baby if so get from your druggist to Day for 25 cts., a bottle hands Colic cure. Every baby often has distressing Colic . Hands Colic Cue 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 you if your baby is teething . Hands teething lotion Tor 25 cents soothes and relieves All . Sold by f. C. Miller amp son. An Ohio Mother a 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 actually cry for also used . Hands Colic hands cough and croup recommend it to All m a Ridenow. Or. Children Are sold amp son. Prisoners in the Ohio Penitentiary have undertaken to swell the volume currency by making and passing out a lot spurious stuff. What kind management have we that such work can be carried within the Walls the Penitentiary. It is common pastime for prisoners to Tunnel toward the outer world and have nearly succeeded m making their escape. Under Mckinley a administration the state Treasury has been a Honey combed and to Cap the Climax the criminals the state Are serving the Penitentiary likewise. Yet me Inley would like to hold the reins the general government. The situation in Hawaii. Matters were acted upon. Queen lil. And her royalist support then made an Appeal to the new adm stration to be restored to her throne. Cleveland then sent Blount Georgia to Honolulu to make an investigation and take testimony As to the part sex minister Stevens took in overthrowing the government. Cleveland actuated by the just and patriotic principal that the Strong should not oppress the weak and that if the u. S. Government had aided the insurgents through minister Stevens the wrong should be rectified. Blounts report to the president was to the effect that Stevens had landed his troops without cause and for the purpose giving Aid to the insurgents. Cleveland appointed a new minister by the name Willis and sent him to Honolulu with instructions to right the wrong in other words restore the Queen. It was supposed this could be done without a conflict with the Proy Sonal government at Honolulu. Willis arrives but finds everything quiet and orderly under the new order things and the government strongly backed by the better class citizens and that president Dole refuses to vacate the government buildings. The Dole government is arming and fortifying to resist should the u. S. Attempt to restore the Queen. President Cleveland would not attempt it by Force arms and thus the government remains instant quo. Congress has called for the report Blount and the diplomatic correspondence Between the governments. Just what Congress will do remains to be seen. President Dole asks that his government be let alone if the u. 8. Do not want annexation. There arises a question veracity Between sex minister Stevens and . Blount to the situation last january. Congress will no doubt make further investigation. Cleveland is being criticised Over the course pursued but no doubt he will show just grounds for his course. He reason that so Lew diseases Are treated intelligently a tors investigate and ies themselves most raiment with theories which they done to under is nerve Vitalizer thing you is a discovery not books. It is the True Rem Vous prostration 111 nervous troubles such As i debility and so . It is it plied intelligently by the $1.00 a bottle druggists for free Sample Ite us enclosing five cents the doctor gives advice to any nerve disease sufferers. All Welcome. The j. W. Brant co. Makers Rany Albion Mich. Aad a Day St. New yuck sent Chi a drugstore the hawaiian islands which form the basis so much newspaper talk lie in the Pacific Ocean Westward from California. The inhabitants Are chiefly Blacks and in the main ignorant and devoid the benefits civilization. The form government was that a kingdom until last Winter. The islands being Rich in Many respects attracted Many White people to them until there is quite a population civilized people and especially in and around Honolulu. For some time Back they have been governed by Queen Lilinoe Kalani whose administration has been anything but a respectable government. She was charged with being a prostitute surrounded with an element in Power calculated to destroy Liberty virtue and the Best interests society in general. There seems to be no doubt about the truthfulness the charges. She became jealous the Power and influence the Whites were gaining and last Winter undertook t it Force upon the people a new Constitution which practically disfranchised the Whites and would have been the worst Type despotism. It meant great loss to the civilized portion the kingdom. The critical moment came in january last then Queen dethroned with All her retinue. Sex minister Stevens represented the u. S. Government at Hawaii with his residence at Honolulu. He had at his command in this Harbor an armed vessel which is necessary for the Protection american interests. The Whites with some following among the Blacks took Possession the government build bugs and set up a provisional government their own with a Man by the name Dole As president. Queen lil. Claims that sex Linister Stevens aided the insurgents rebels by lauding u. S. Troops in front the Capitol buildings giving Assurance that they would stand by the new government and that she left her throne under the protest and to prevent loss life. She then appealed to the u. S. Government and likewise came an Appeal from the provisional government for annexation to the u. S. It will be remembered that the Whites Are chiefly americans and their descendants hence the desire to come in under our government Harrisons adm stration favored amex action but Cleveland a administration came into Power before the hawaiian Quivea Little excitement was raise monday night when the rep a it was circulated that a coloured Man by the name enable had assaulted mrs. Thomas Pollock the Street. The tact As we gather them Are to the effect that mrs. Pollock went out the Street after dark to see if her husband was coming and there met enable who was badly intoxicated. He seized the woman probably with criminal intent but she succeeded in freeing herself from his graph and then ran until she met a Man by the name Price who returned with her to where Venable was. He promptly knocked him Down and thumped him then let him go. The marshals were informed and at once went in Pursuit the fellow who by that time had arrived near Home. He was lodged in jail to await a hearing. There were some threats Lynching but the better judgment prevailed and All quieted Down. Venable had three bottles whisky in his pockets and an overload in him. This no doubt got him into trouble. Later wednesday he had a hearing before mayor Sowers and was bound Over to court. Highwaymen buffed. On thursday night last while Harvey Kelly was attending to some business at the c. L. Amp w. R. R. Station two a knights rest held him up and went through his pockets. They took from him three checks amounting to $65 and about $14 in Money. Harvey was very Calm during the trying ordeal but when free made a a Rome howl which brought to him Billy James no was returning from work at the Mills and who had just passed the two toughs. When learning the robbery he procured a revolver and hastened after them overtaking them by the r. R. Track. Billy Drew his gun them and ordered them to deliver up the stolen property. They promptly complied with the demand and then took to their heels. Harvey and Billy afterwards a smiled and wended their Way homeward. They should have lauded their game in the cooler to be dealt with by Law. Fire bugs at Stroburg. Early last thursday morning the store and dwelling . Danial Haas was fired by one intending to wreak vengeance the family. The store and contents were soon a mass Seething flame. The dwelling stood close to the store and was soon consumed. It took heroic work to save the town but no serious loss occurred to any one else. I he loss to Haas will amount to at least $5009, with insurance to the amount $2500. Some time ago his store was fired but was not under sufficient headway to do great damage before it was put out. Just Why . Haas should be thug persecuted we do not know for he is a peaceable and upright citizen. We Hope however the offender will be brought to Justice. Nail in the head. A very remarkable Case was discovered in Kansas the other Day. A woman was found with a Nail two inches in length driven into her Skull it had been there six weeks and had caused paralysis the left Side. It was removed and now she shows signs recovery. The Peculiar part the matter is that she drove the Nail herself with the intention suicide. The doctors say it is the most wonderful Case record. The miscellaneous entertainment at the lutheran Church Wras a very pleasant affair. Just before closing miss Forney the Sabbath school organist was presented with a set Pearl handled knives and the superintendent . A. B. Winch with a handsome chair gifts appreciation by the teachers and pupils. Married by Rev j. B. Rust at the parsonage dec. 24th, Samuel Frutiger clerk York township and miss Ida m. Maurer Dover township. By the same at the same place the same Day . William h. Winkler Beidler o., and miss Alice h. Scott Blakes Mills. Died. The Mother mrs j Brocken hire new Phila died sunday morning. Our Friend and an old subscriber to the times r. Meridth. Of Goshen Hill gave us a Call saturday and assisted Many others in replenishing our exchequer. Local laconic. Florins were first made in Florence. The cremation the late King Siam Cost $450,000. Two centuries have increased eng glands wealth forty fold. Coffee is so called from being first brought to europ9 from Caff a. Coopers Mills me., has a 4-year-old lad who is an inveterate smoker. Master Allen Knisely Uhn chs a file was in this City saturday. Or. And mrs. John c. Donahey spent Christmas with friends in Coshocton. A certain Forest Plantin Japan grows to he about six feet High in three weeks. Or and mrs Knisely and daughter Belle Are spending Canton. In Stark county thieves steal wheat by the Wagon Load and Market it in Canton. At Ironwood Mich., the Newport mine started up monday giving employment to 75 men. After a Long shutdown the Spring and Axle works at fort Plain n. Y., have resumed in full. The Wiss Hickon worsted Mills h. C. Ball amp co. Have resumed work three Quarter time. The grand rapids Mich chair company has resumed work with a full Force 300 men. There is one thing that we get from Canada duty free a Good 20� below Zero atmosphere. A Maine dispatch says that a a the melancholy Days Are postponed account the weather. A steel Bridge is to be built across the Niagara Gorge year the old rail Way suspension Bridge. Remember that at Schoch Bros is the place to buy your candies nuts and fruits for the holidays. 53 the Wick pottery at Kittanning pa., is running full time and will continue to do so during the Winter. All the Glass factories at Muncie ind., nine in number have started up. About 1,000 persons have been employed. The danger fire in cities from the crossing overhead trolley wires is attracting in crease at eation. A spooks a w. A. Mansfield a a slate writing medium a whatever that May be is at the Mathews residence. The distance from either the North South pole to the Equator measured along the Earth a surface is 6,000 Miles. The two Large Cotton Mills at new Bedford mass., started up full monday after being Idle for three months. The Mambourgh Glass works Fos Toria o., employing 75 persons after an All summer shutdown started up wednesday. The Pine Ridge Colliery near Wilkes Barre after a Long idleness has resumed operations with 400 men and boys employed. The longest canal in the world extends from the Frontier China to St. Petersburg it is 4,472 Miles in length. Or and mrs John Tipton and Baty Helen Indianapolis Are spending the holidays with their parents in this City. The grand jury at Springfield mo., has indicted three Bankers for receiving Money after they knew that the Bank was insolvent. Thok Outlook Wool. One the largest Wool growers in the United states in an interview the Wool Industry says a if Congress wants to do the very Best thing it can do for the Wool growers the United states it will put Wool the free list. Then put a duty shoddy and shoddy goods that will prevent their importation and put an internal tax Domestic shoddy and shoddy there is a great Deal wholesome thought m these suggestions when a few figures Are added which this Man did not give but which we have and Here use. In the year j 892, the people the United states paid a tax toe Wollen goods they purchased $34,298,-606. The full value these goods was Only $35,792,793. So it is seen at once that the people were compelled to to some persons $34,000,000 taxes $35,000,000 Worth goods. Or in other words they paid $34,000,000 for what they could have gotten for $1,499,297 if the Tariff was off. The tax paid the raw materal for these goods was $7,799,085. It is thus seen that the people paid a tax last year for the Woolen goods they purchased a Little More than 95 per cent their first Cost. Now let us see it the Wool grower gets anything his Wool for All this outlay by the people for his supposed Benefit. While the manufacturers got in round numbers $35,000,000 for their goods the grower Only sold him $6,-000,000 material a Little rising one fifth. Where does the rest the material these goods come from from 1860 to 1870 the capital engaged in the making shoddy increased 581 per cent and the prepared pro Luce in the same time increased 339 per cent. From 1880 to 1890 the product increased 88 per cent. The Snoddy cloth produced in the year 1890 was 67 per cent All the woolens male in this country. It now begins to be seen Why Wool went Down As the Tariff went up. The Tariff shut ont foreign Wool and encouraged the importation shoddy which took the place our Wool so a less Quantity it was needed. As soon As the Market was supplied Down went the Price Wool because in this increased use shoddy less Wool was needed and the Supply Wool became greater than the Demaud for it. Then Reyerse this decrease the Quantity shoddy used and you will increase the demand for Wool and increase the Price. To do this we believe with this Wool grower to kill the shoddy is a Moye in the right direction. Study these figures and see what they teach a Newark advocate. To the Public. Lee coms big carpet works at Bristol pa., which shut Down five weeks ago has again started up giving employ ment to 100 hands. After a partial shutdown for 10 weeks the new York Mills company Utica. N. Y., started in full last week. The company employs 1,300 men. An enthusiastic irrigation convention is in session at North Platte neb. A letter was read from Secretary Morton and plans were discussed. The Baltimore amp Ohio shops at Garret md., which have been entirely shut Down for four months have started with a full Force 550 men. This week a petition was sent to the Senate asking for the creation a new department that Good roads. It was signed by 17 state governors. Twenty the la High Valley Coal company a mines in the Vicinity Wilkes Barre were put m operation monday giving employment to 15,000 men and boys. A grand Surprise party was tendered mrs. Samuel Hurst last thursday evening. The occasion being her 46th birthday anniversary. An enjoyable time was h and. C. P. Huntington has signed a contract for the Sale the control the Chesapeake Ohio amp southwestern railway for a Little Over $5,000,000 to the Illinois Central Railroad. School teachers who will want to treat their pupils will find to their advantage to Call 8choch bros., for pure candies All kinds. Remember hey Are manufacturers. 53 we loaned to some one two Law books a a Story a equity and the party has neglected to return them. We forget who the party is and will be very much pleased to have them . Of. The greatest reduction boots shoes and rubbers in fact All foot Wear is now being made by Eckert amp Taylor new Phila., Strictly Cash dissolution Sale. 200 acres land in Southern Wisconsin. Good soil and Good Timber White Oak red Elm White Walnut and sugar would Trade for Tuscarawas co., town property a farm. Inquire s Moore. 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 amp son druggists. Or. De. Schmidt this City was the recipient a great Many valuable and Beautiful Christmas presents among them being an elegant urn Brella and Cane the donor a Friend at Cleveland Ohio. This shows the High esteem . S. Is held by his Many friends. As we expect to remove the Post office into the new room in a few Days i desire to make the following statement renters Call boxes will have the same number to their Box As in the old office. The location some the boxes will be different. Renters lock boxes will retain the same Box except those that will receive notice to change. But the number the lock boxes will be changed. Call boxes numbered from 0 to 389 will be found the North Side the e room and Call boxes number 390 and upward will be found the South Side the room. The number both Call and lock boxes have been increased to the extent that All desiring lock Call boxes can be accommodated. And i would respectfully solicit All patrons who have not already rented Call lock Bokes to do so As it greatly facilitates the receiving mail by the patrons. Respectfully dec. 26, 1893. Avyss p. The times and Farmers Friend $1. Over 2,000 tons snails Are annually eaten in Paris. The largest Cable message Ever sent from Africa was King Behan in a $1,50 0 message. Haskell amp Barker car company Michigan City ind., which shut Down last August has resumed operations. Work is furnished 3,000 men. The Tiptonville sanitary pottery will Start up in full about january 1. The Mold makers Gentte work a a week news. Or. And mrs. J. Knisely gave a very delightful birthday party for their daughter Gertie saturday evening. You can color anything any color with magic dyes and b8 sure Brig t fast colors. Large 10 cent packages at Gentsch a drug store. The Eye a Man is Luminous to the extent that one can in total darkness see the movements his Arm by the Light his own Eye. Neglect i colds cause Catarrh and consumption cure them in the season. Brants Balsam double usual size for 25 and 50 cents at Gentsch a drug store. Attention g. A. R. Comrades old soldiers and their wive3 Are invited to g. A. R Hall new years night. Come let us have a Good time Coffee crackers and Beans. Much can be said for . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer better personally than in scant space in Public print. Call us to Tell you this great remedy for perfect restoration Man woman to full bodily vigor. Gentsch drug store. We added another quire to our publication this week making the circulation the times 1608 copies. No other paper in town can show As Large a list. Or. J. P. Blaize an extensive real estate dealer in Des Moines Iowa narrowly escaped one the severest attacks pneumonia while in Tho Northern part that state during a recent blizzard says the saturday review. Or. Blaize bad occasion to drive several Miles during 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 a 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 amp son druggists. Or. Edson Kennedy and wife Cincinnati arrived saturday evening in this City to spend the holidays under the parental roof father Kennedy. This is the first visit Home since their marriage. Edson is to be congratulated in wooing and winning such a handsome lady. She is highly accomplished a talented and Sweet Singer also. She too has a prize for Edson is a Model Young Man. Their pathway should surely be one Sunshine. Mrs Ken Nedy lately a resident Denver Colorado is a Buckeye born and reared in Akron Here our is hand for your future Prosperity. 50 doses Honey figs�?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 Castor 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 miss Emma Eckert an accomplished Young lady this City and daughter . John Eckert and . Morgan Sharon pa., were married this thursday evening. There were about 40 invited guests present and a very pleasant time. These Young people Start m life with Bright prospects and Are held in High esteem. We wish them a Happy and prosperous future. Our neighbor City Canton is now equipped with a workhouse. Or. A. J Pontius is the first Sune intendant. The offenders the Law will not consider it a snap to be an inmate such an institution. The Mineral Pointer says unknown parties attempted to Rob David Lyons Zoar station while his Way Home from Mineral Point last week. He escaped with a few bruises. The As Saipan stare still at Large. For spasmodic Membranous croup brants Balsam gives Quick Relief by causing child to throw off false gathering Bull directions with 25 and 50 cent bottles at Geotsch a drug store. The foreign exhibitors at the worlds fair carried off 63 per cent the prizes awarded while the american exhibitors received 37 per cent. The judges so awarded it though it May cause some complaint the part american exhibitors. Ashbaugh and Whitmire who were arrested the charge burning the Trenton Bridge and Minnich a barn had a hearing before Mavor toners tuesday. There not Bein sufficient evidence to make a cases they were discharged. An Eagle carried off a three year old child Henry and Millie Smith coloured Farmers at Selma Alabama a few Days ago. Its Bones and clothing were discovered a High Rocky Cliff about a week afterwards. Children in that neighbourhood Are very shy about leaving Home now. The Farmers Start county hold annual institutes. An Institute would be a Good thing for Tuscarawas county Farmers. They derive much Benefit from a comparison notes As to Best Means managing a farm and the disposition products Why not have one who will Start it about 300 More ovens hive been fired up in the Coke reg.i during the past week. The Mcclure Cun a i started 120 More at Donnelly and 40 at Bessemer. Rainey has fired up 50 at Grace and As Tuy More at it. Bral Dock. Humphreys has lighted 20 ovens at great Bluff. The last number the Railroad age contains a Long article the railway receivership and foreclosures during the year now drawing to a close. In the year 1893 nearly 13 per cent the entire Railroad mileage the United states representing Over 12 percent the entire capitalization has gen9 into the hands receivers. We were pleased to add the names j. E. Humrickhouse lock 17, Frederick Eckfeld port Washington and John Widder Wolf station to our list this week. Thanks gentlemen for your patronage. A great Many Are taking advantage our Liberal offer the times Farmers Friend and new York world All for $1.65. With All the manufactories an i industries every kind in operation in this City n it a and the Wagi earamg8 being turned Over Eaffie week th3 Good effect is being Felt in All Tae avens m Trade Here. All the things that Are Here to run Are running an 1 there Are few Idle men save among those no prefer to be ent. The longest Bridge in this country is said to be the Railroad trestle work across Lake Pontchartrain near new Orleans. It is 21� Miles Long. The piles average 60 feet in length and Are driven 40 feet. Some idea its magnitude May be formed from the statement that the Quantity lumber required outside piles is Over 15.000,000 feet and the nut Jer piles 32,644. Married by the Rev. J. A. Cab Berly at the residence . C. Ii. Mills Toledo o., dec. 23rd 1893, . We. Kelly Blakes Mills to miss Harriet Young new Phila Delphia They were accompanied by e. G. Waltz and wife who Are visiting friends in Toledo. The party will also visit relatives in Lima Ohio during the holidays. About ten Days ago the dwelling Clark Mccullough near Gilmore was burned. It was insured by . S. F. Schweitzer whose office is in the Kaldenbaugh Bank. The loss was reported to the company dec. 17th, by mail Friday dec. 22d was adj usted and paid. For Liberal adjustment and prompt a payment this Speaks remarkably Well for Schweitzer a Agency and should be appreciated by All policy holders by this company. Baltic notes. F. W. Lenz has gone to Twinsburg business. Lon Wolf Canton and Cousin Bash spent Sabbath and Christmas with relatives Here. Victor Metzler is dome from Ober Lin to spend Holiday vacation. Miss Savannah Wolfe a teacher at Strasburg arrived Home last Friday to spend the. Holidays. Miss Bessie Brill Dresden is the guest her sister mrs Swope. James and miss Amanda Rinehart have gone to Columbus to visit relatives. Mrs. Putt Canton visited her parents trom saturday until monday and her sister miss Cora Stephan returned with her to Canton. Mrs. P. P. Forney also a resident Canton is the guest relatives Here. Or. Joe Mozer is visiting at . Frances Hoobler a Home. Miss Ruby Keplinger Winfield is visiting friends Here. Mrs. Garner Windham . And , and Dennis and . And mrs. Morns lint have gone to Coshocton for a Short visit with mrs. Darnes. Mies Anna Smith is spending the Holiday season with her parents. The school children Are enjoying their vacation greatly and making the world hum with toys tops and songs which Christmas has brought to them. A a Peggotty. A hard times social. You air axed to a hard times party that us folks the Epsworth league air a going to liar in the methodist Church at Baltic monday Nite Jannary 1,�?T94. Rules and Regel shuns. Chap. woman who Kums must Ware a Caliper dress and Ahern sum thin Early appropriate. Chap. men must Ware thare Ole close and fianna Shurts filed Shurts and standup dickeys air prohibited Les there Ole and wrinkled. These rules will be informed to the leter. A competent Core managers and Ades Wil be in attendance. The Hull society Wil introduce strangers and look Arter bashful Fellers. There is a Goin to be singin phun Wil commens at 7 30 p. In. Adn shun into the Church Wil be five 5 cents. Kum and have sum phun. Transfers estate. Real Ragersville items. Xmas is Here and our town has donned its Best attire for the occasion. We sincerely wish All our friends the merriest one possible. The roads Are not Dusty in the least. Phis is not very healthy weather although the health our Community is extremely Good. We truly Hope that the old adage a a Green Xmas a Etc., will not be fulfilled. Two our Sawmill boys mess. Robinson and Houtz left saturday for their Homes in North Industry to spend the holidays. The other two mess. Stucker Aud Henry leave today. Here follows a few our Holiday visitors . Jno. Walker and family . Jno. Thomas and brother new Phila., . Good,jr., Covington by. Miss Annie Garver Frazeysburg . Sam Neff Pittsburgh miss Emma Meyers Dennison. Or. E. E. Scheu Beach City mess. Jno. And Robert and miss Salma Amacher Talmadge and . Dan Schumaker and wife Wilmot the White comedy co. Played a four nights engagement in the City Hall last week. The show was pretty fair and quite liberally patronized. The exercises at the German reformed Church Xmas eve were the first class order. By seven Oclock the commodious building was so crowded that standing room was away above . The Union and German sunday schools remembered their scholars very sweetly Xmas. The educational meeting at the Mexico school last Friday eve was a grand Success. We understand that the teachers Are conducting these meetings instead the old time spelling bees. Education is surely the upward m Ove Here. We note that some our teachers received very handsome presents from their schools. Primary teacher a. Beer Call Bell and half a dozen Linen handkerchiefs Prin. Youngen a shaving set and supt. Link a parlor Lamy. It surely does one Good to be so kindly remembered and to know that their efforts Are so highly appreciated. Or. Louis Zimmerman who has been the efficient Leader the English choir for the past year was greatly surprised last Sabbath. The choir being appreciative his Geod work assembled at his country Home the above Day and in a few Well timed remarks by one the members presented him which an elegant rocking chair. After singing a few appropriate songs the members All wished . Z. And family the choicest compliments the season and returned to their Homes. Or. Z. Requests us to extend to the choir his most grateful thanks for their extreme kindness and appreciation. P. I. O. Neer. W Uhrichsville jottings. The merchants have been Well patronized the past week. It is reported that l. B. Haskins jr.? is to be appointed Post master for this City. Died at Columbus Ohio dec 17, 1893, John m Huston aged 22 years 9months. Funeral services at Christian Church dec 19. 8o far there has Bee nine names mentioned for mayor. But the hustling republicans have not named their Man. The Christian Church gave a Christmas entertainment sunday evening it is becoming quite a common occurrence for a few the Young ladies this City to display their musical talents the Street. Such conduct course is not intended As any harm but does not conform to the rules etiquette. The police this City have been quite successful in capturing a few the parties implicated in burning the Trenton Bridge. Gertrude a. Smith it Al. To Margaret Smith 252, Uhrichsville $50,00. F. A. Bigler it Al to Frederick Weber lots 1, 2, 3, Bolivar $400. C. Eash to Franklin Fisher lot 25, East Shanesville $100. J. S. Yoder to Franklin Fisher lot 29,ea8t Shanesville $80. H. Harding to John Post lots 19, 20, Newport $650. Alex Barger to Mary Post 1 acre Mill $25. Robot Hanna to Margaret Hanna strip land m 11, $100. Robot Hanna to Samantha Sturtz strip land Mill $1.00. Sheriff Adams to John f. Jones 80 acres Rush $1432. J. Anderson to the Village Pooch Sivile part lot219 uhrich8ville> Christian settler to w. S. Palmer part lot 87, new Philadelphia $800. Fred a settler to w. S. Palmer part lot 87, new Philadelphia $1.00. W. S. Jumps to we. Elliot part lot 7, Uhrichsville $800. Joshua Legget to Martha Spence 28-100 acre Goshen $450. Daniel Gruber to Daniel Thomas 2 88-100 acres Auburn $144. John m Burn to Nancy sweary strip land Salem $1.00. Upper Evans Valley w e wish the editor Aud his staff a Happy new year. The rain and mud have caused terrible roads. Michael Boltz superintendent Jacobs sunday school gave the pupils a Nice Christmas treat to Candy. Emma wife f. Grimm is spending the holidays with friends at the county seat. Michael Denzer and Lizzie Brown Ere joined in the holy Bonds Matrimony the 23rd, inst Rev. Ohman Stone Creek officiated. Or Henry Gribble and wife Midvale were the guests their son in Law Simon Stiner Christmas Day. A number Farmers Are blowing their Corn ground for Spring Mary Wassem visited friends and relatives in new Phila last week. The writer to the Dover news pm dividing Ridge purporting to be from Evans Valley criticises sunday parties Well there is not As much harm in that As there is in false swearing before a j. P. That fellow had a Finger in the be last Winter had better look out. The reformed Church at Ragersville had a Nice Christmas tree for the Benefit the sunday school. Decor Quot ill erect a new Welling in the Spring. Yankee boy. A wonderful machine. A snappish voracious Little Dwarf machine pulls in the wire bites it off by inches laces duty one Liun Ira 1 and forty bites a minute and just As it seizes each bite a Little Hammer with a concave tace hits the end the wire three taps and a a upsets it to a head while he grips it in a counter sink held Between his Teeth and jays it sideways m a Groove where levers and Springs playing lightning Point the pms and whence they Are dropped into a Box. The pins Are then polished and two very intelligent machines reject Eyer y crooked pin. Autom Iton asserts half dozen lengths and a perfect Genius a machine hangs the pins by the head and transfers them to slips paper and by one movement Sticks them All through two corrugated ridges in the paper when the work is finished. That a the Way pins Are made. Abe pin machine is one the nearest approaches to the dexterity the Numan hand that has been invented. It is about the size a sewing machine which it closely resembles. The Yoo Rheese Silver Hill. Washington dec. 14.-senator voor Hees today introduced in the Senate his Long promised financial Bill. It provides for the comage the Silver seigniorage Tor the Purchase and coinage $2,000,-000 Worth Silver per month after the coinage the seigniorage for the retirement paper currency less denomination than $10, for the retire ment All Gold coins less denomination than $10, and for the appointment an International commission. The Bill is not received with any great degree favor by either the Silver advocates their opponents in that body. In regard to the inference in some quarters that the administration favored the Bill today introduced by senator Voorhees that senator today said a my Bill is not the result one word consultation and i certainly do not claim to represent the administration in introducing it. I do desire however to help the Treasury out its Sale real estate. The heirs John Benfer decease will offer for Sale at Public auction the premises near Blackland about 9 Miles Southwest Ner Philadelphia saturday february 10th, 1894, at one clock p. M., said Day the following described premises belonging to the heirs said deceased known As the John Benfer farm containing about 250 acres the Road leading from Blackband to Ragersville said farm is in a Good state cultivate has a Good comfortable House a Large barn and other necessary out buildings plenty Good Timber a Large Apple and peach Orchard the farm and Good water. This is an excellent farm with a Large tract Bottom Lan 1. Tee farm will be offered As a whole in tracts to suit purchasers. Possession will be Given the first Day april next. Terms Sale one third Cash one third in one year and one third in two years. Deferred payments to Bear interest at six per cent and secured by mortgage the premises sold. The right is reserved to reject any ail bids. Sarah Murphy Rachel wit web. December 23,1893. Probate notice is hereby Given i lowing accounts and to tutors administrators tees and assignees have the office the probate Caracas county Ohio and hearing thursday january 1894, and continue from Day til All Are disposed final account and vouchers and Frank a. Ruegsegger tors the estate Fred Segger deceased. Second account and Vout Mary l. Bicker administer matrix estate Doretta Bicker decaf in final account and vouchers w. Betscher executor the Catharine Bauer deceased. Second account and vouchers d. Healea guardian Robert f. Final 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. Healea administrator the estate James Wilcoxen deceased. First account and vouchers John s. Graham guardian John Riggle. Second account and vouchers e. J. Moore and a. P. Latto executors the estate Alexander Latto deceased. First account and vouchers c. V. Mccluskey 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 t. Minnis guardian Joseph Taylor. First account and vouchers Ina Mathews guardian the minor heirs Edwin Mathews deceased. Fourth account and vouchers James y. 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 Gatchell administrators with to will annexed Job w. Gatchell deceased. Final account and vouchers will-i.4,m b. Stevens executor the estate Annabella Moore deceased. Fifth account and vouchers Samuel Rufer guardian Florence a. And Flora a. Welch. Fourth acc do and vouchers Philip c. Furney executor the estate George Lechner deceased. First account and vouchers John b. Mathias executor the estate Rose Ann Smith 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 . J. H. Mit Civell probate judge. December 11, 1893. Legal notice. Susie Smith plaintiff court common is t pleas Tuscarawas Savaii Forsythe it Al i county Ohio the defendant Sarah Forsythe residing i the City Oregon state Oregon and the defendant Mary Mia turn whose place residence is unknown will take notice that the 13th Day november a. D., 1893 Susie Smith filed her petition in the court f common pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio in Case numbered 4913 against the above named parties and others praying for partition the the following described premises being in Salem township county Tuscarawas and state Ohio and known As part the Northwest the Northeast Quarter Range three township six and Section sixteen and bounded As follows the North by lands h. J. Hamly the East and South by lands f. Cd Ndang Ham and the West by the lick run Road leading to i Bakersville Road containing ten acres More less. Said parties Are required to answer before the 5th Day january a. 1. 1894, the allegations contained in said petition Wil be taken As True and judgment May be taken against them 49-6 Orson Lusk plaintiffs attorney. Court common go to Schoch bros., for band made creams chocolate coated confectionery goods All varieties. Trey have a special Supply for the Holiday Trade go and see them. 53 Legal Notick. Christian Mutti . Puffs. Is. Rosanna Stucky. It. Als. Dkfts., Tuscarawas county John Mutti and Elizabeth Mutt our is Rolv Ren and heirs at Law Anna beatles. Deceased and Gottleb , sch Day a motto in the stale Missouri the no met which children and heirs Are believed to 1 Ludwig Beutler Ida rentier Henry Beut William Beutler Samuel Beutler and fit a. Reutler will take notice that the 6th Day november a. 1s93, Christian Mutti and Mary Stuber filed their petition in the court common pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio praying for an order partition the following de bribed real estate to wit situate in Tuscarawas county Ohio being the South East Quarter the North East Quarter Section 7 seven township 8 eight and Range 3 three the United states military land District in said county containing forty acres More less with the Appu ten ai1ccs and that said petition will be for hearing in paid court and an order partition demanded when said Case shall be reached in its regular order trial after the expiration Rule Day for answer in said court. By j. U. Barnhill nov l6-6wks. Atty. For plaintiff. The probate court. Notice is hereby Given that following accounts Audi vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees Aud assignees have been tiled in the office the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio and will be for hearing thursday january 18tb, 1894, and continued from Day to Day until All Are disposed final account and vouchers Eliza Reese guardian Nora m. Angel second account and vouchers Theodore i. Neighbor administrator the estate William 8. Dent deceased final account and vouchers Daniel Hawk guardian Harvey m. Hawk and first account and vouchers As guardian Charles e. Hawk final account and vouchers Christopher Ramsey executor the estate James Ramsey deceased first account and vouchers Ger Sharn couts executor the estate Charles couts deceased final account Aud vouchers Hill administrator the John Riffey deceased final account and Youet Garwood admin Itrato George Vanfossen ninth account and vouch p. Mintch executor Joriu Minnieb deceased third account and Zollars Messerly deceased final Youn Elizab final account. _ Tilda 8baster, guar Shuster second account and Erick w. Anderegg &c., the will Peter and second account and Sipma Heid guardian and Albert Heid. December 26th, 1393. J. H. Mitchell f. We have Given a. Agency in new Barley malt we malted Barley. If and free i sick and 4lv

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