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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 15, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $1.75. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday february 15, 1894. Number 8. Cleveland Loraine amp Wheeling railway. Tim k table. Kouth bound South b a uni it. 0 24. Am no _1. 7 23am 36. A a 5s am i no 35 .11 02am no 38. 2 40 Pul i v 37. 4 5.>pm no 426 20 in no 38. 8 45pm . Byron c. Hen do a hot. sirs Eok office mgt rooms Nii rih by Midway a amp Morial new Phu deip in Ohio d r. Joseph p. Fox office Over Rentsc ii a drug store n i w in a 11.aim 1.1111 a , May be found at office Day nit it. Office Bours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. M. May 25-Ly. F r. In. 11. Sigrist East Highstreet new Philadelphia. Ohio 18 to 10 a. Ill. 2 in 4 p. In. 7 to 8 p. In. Sundays 9 to to a. M. Or. My. 8. Vii dentist. Mee in a Ity Theca Iver Fribley a hardware c. C. Ellis there is one thing that the Republican party cannot charge the democrats with and that is truth income tax Hill is toying to e Igi Isi. Mtr ests. It the Bill becomes a Law it will be an interesting Subj it As to How collections Are to be made from the Nom by i f Europe til t Luv tio Ancial interests n Iii c i Iii try it will be in t resting to know what kind St a will a taken to comp i 0 in n Victoria to r an account f tier me a me to Soui am r can ass a Ltd Bat in Alty w urn be Imp a sed upon tier if she fails to 111 k a Writt state til it and he Ai n n Tel a notary. The eur j me Roj Al lain by i e plaint own Large lanced inter sit in and Are mid n by re Aid other cities a sides build nos Winum iat it be. Tak it it All through eur peans n to turds that Ladomus f in Sci Quidry drawing big incomes l he All absorbing question now arises hot w is this country i ii g to collect the tax Tom the a a Plaisted architect. Plans for bul Diug any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 2lyl for Sale cheap a Good heating stove with pipe for Sale cheap nearly new. Get a bargain before it is too late. Enquire at this office. Pocai Julioc Euam. H h. Porter att Kinky at Law a special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w. High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D. Richards. T ii. Booth a a a attorney at Law notary Public Aud conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl the Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Abie to insure your property and pay your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other a get. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. R. Henershot adjuster. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and it Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a Tel 2.00 per a y. Heated by steam. Elevator. Electric Bells and All Modem improvements 3lyl m. ,. Maple a do Vlku in groceries provisions Aud produce All kinds. We handle n tiling but pure goods. The Pitt Butch Post a tenant y remarks that a when the Mckinly Law came Tocoi Gress it was claimed the sugar but a duty would not exc ed$7.000,000, but this year the Treasury department expects to pay out $15 000,000 in sums Range g from $400,000 Down to a is Gie planter w than average Stit Louisiana $l,00o to every licensed sugar producer. Ii the democrats had raided the Treasury the United slates to this it extent behalf one particular interest one Trie late a a rebel states a the Home Slidell and Benjamin the last it would not have been heard in a the cry is now where has the surplus gone Ghering. President Cleveland must enjoy Reading the contradictory fairy Ston a that a daily printed in tie metropolitan a pers concerning his alleged actions to secure the confirmation the nomination . Peck Ham to the supreme court. What . Cleveland is really doing in that connection can be authentically stated without any violation Confidence in one word nothing. As the supreme court has adjourned for one month the re is 110 special occasion for Hast 111 disposing the nomination. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. 4vgive u4 a Call ,11 r West front Street new Phil. H 14 near planing Mill. 35-Ly Anselum j. Mclauren the new senator from Mississippi is not widely known in Washington but if he is As Able a Man As the Mississippi is in Congress he is he will make a fit sue Cesi t it senator Walthall. Like a a private John Allen the popular congressman from the same state carried a Musket in the late unpleasantness. Congressman ult a. Houk Ohio did suddenly at Ashington it ast week. He was a Democrat and was from what was general y c it Nee led a Deni a cratic District at All t in a although Ckinley carried it a St tall. Aware suit there Are so ral pm Minen r Publica s already in a Field. I he race will he m r one. Formerly the a Gilvry Jacob Foehl amp son proprietors. A a a a fable second to r i. Dunes review Trade save that he Iron a 1 Ket is improve g. To pits by g the is a to get it r demand for wire 1 ails wire rods and 1 armed we w Hil bes a r pig has a Ivan 1 to $10.75. 1 Here have been Large ales >4 steel a ill to lifting the Price t $16.25 the a it Only thu g that Tias fallen ack 111 the Market Sis wheat. H a. Parsi Eleetia w it it i Woker monday and tuesday were bad Days for pedestrians. Charles nagely and wife Are visiting relatives at Philadelphia a. Bargains Burgams m dry goods at j. H. Kinsey a. Miss emm. Welty entertained her lady friends wednesday afternoon. Monday morning ushered itself in a regular Olu fas toned Snow storm. Henry Bippus was somewhat under the weather last i eke suffering from grip. Mrs. Sarah Wilson did at Home in a unison feb Saiy 9th, aged 55 years. M is Jessie Bill Leechburg Ais v siting Onver Burgham Aud family West fair Street. Casper Schweitzer a barn in North Uhrichsville was destroyed by fire 011 the 6th lust. Loss about $350 fully in insured. The c. A. Amp c. R. R. Which has been running into Leveland Over the Amp p. From Hudson will build their own Road into the City at once. Look out there is a gang Light-1 ing Rod swindlers close. Sigu nothing let the dog Loose and give them a warm reception with your no. 10s. Norwalk has made a bid for the works the Jewett car co., and there is a Prospect a removal. Jewett people however will kick in the mean time. The Sherrodsville depot was entered Friday night last and Robb a a Large sum Money. A fellow by the name Kober. Has been arrested As a party in the raid. Editor Lawler the Carrollton chronicle has his weather Eye the j postmaster ship in his town with the intention keeping it there. Hope the Plum will drop his Way. The Canton fair grounds seem to be in hard Luck. Last fall a portion the Sheds a re burned. One Day last week part the principal budding were consumed by fire. Or. John nag by sr., was completely surprised 011 last thursday evening to Gay Many ins intimate friends Gath a ring at rus Home and notifying him his 62 1 birthday. It Vas celebrated in r style and an elegant repast served. The a sin Chou her id h so ase to Ylst Anil its unit sub caption list a d get a i i in As re in purchase.1 ii 6n i amp melt by Ltd the a a. Or. To in k us to m r de tor win ret u to new York City Aid will resume it i duties a it a the won 1 a j. H. Kinsey in dry goods. , Beider was the guest her sue will the p St a l. Emanuel my Brg Newcomerstown is the guest Charles Seh Aeiker. A Little daughter arrived is the residence Edward Dutmar last week. A heating stove for a e cheap at tins office. Come and be it. The place to buy your dry goo cheap is at j. H. Kinsey a a. I Ollil 1il.i a handsome tribute. Fourteenth leapt St ear Voltl girl raped jailed he narrowly escape sync hints. 1.11 Little 14-Ycar-old to her Way her Home which free bus to and from All trains. Good barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St new Philadelphia Ohio. 36-1 y ogre Sanaii Wilson author the much talked vils in Bill is quite ill nervous prostration. He went to new Mexico to recruit his health at Kansas 1 to he was compelled to go to bed. He overtaxed his system in the preparation and argument his Tariff measure. Champion planing Mill. John Nageli proprietor. Dealer in lumber lath shingles rickets Etc. Cheapest and Best builder in the City the Ani Nean minister in Turkey has donned his War suit and demanded the Sultan the immediate release a number americans in prisons in that country. There is no kid Glove diplomacy in the demand. There is another Benham at constantinople As minister. The Kangaroo election system is to he tinkered with by the Republican legislature this state and some effective changes will be made. Democrats watch there is a big a Zed Hen 011 the revise Means a Good Deal. Of Gap before you contract be sure to Call the Champion planing Mill West fro Street few Philadelphia Ohio. John Maule a son August i5, 1393. 33-1 the turn giant wave unpopularity has struck to populist newspapers Kansas. Hardly a Veek passes but a number them drops out life and circulation. In the words Thomas Watson a whither pm we Drifting j. R. Frye practical and Chauncy Depew rises to explain to the put Man that a the income tax Bill is Chauncey As a Buffoon tire Yand rib to a and with an income his own amounting to Over $650 a Day could it think otherwise it is one ins j Kes. The East Liverpool Ohio Pott is Are wanting men to work for almost nothing. But the pottery still bold to the same old Price two and three years ago. Tony want Protection for their pockets Only. Tie old Lawlor Bill providing for the payment Railroad men monthly is Dit again. The measure like a few others at Columbus is getting to have full grown re re. The officials 01 in big f in Rad was system will Mke an it the Cut in the wage its employees. The quart v y diver d 2� cents must be maintained at Liiv Sicri fic let. Scientific Horseshoe special attention give n to diseased feet and faulty action in roadsters. Ficat shoeing Trotters and pacers a specially shop in Rufers stand 49-26 West front Street. Bea it us dam Valley Brick Yard the Ohio to Enate does not us be v kindly to the biennial session b ii. The Bill h�8 struck a Sung some vat and May be she Ved. Better Fate should have been i i store for the historic Kersage than to 1 t her old Hulk rot in foreign Waters. There is a Lull in the brazilian news Uncle same a attitude had the Desir a effect Asa Cooling draught. John l. Davenport has lost his political grip the Federal election repeal Bill is now a Law. Fro Titan ssi get it apr is Lis i a Piri d that i 1 s. Varv e. Judd 1 i 1 to Oas but a p and up m the in a >11 Rolls tin Ohio he ency with a Hack p y for in March 4, 1869, amounting 10 $2,746, the claim having Hen Al Yed All to be years. The season Lent c ones earlier this year than it Hatsuu Singth Pat decade. Shrove tuesday came february 6, and Ash wednesday the 7ih, the Day toll owing. Eister sunday comes the 25th March while last year it did not come until april 17th. The degree team knights pythias tins City will go Down to Uhrichsville saturday evening and will Confer the Knight rank a number new candidates. The b Guys Here Are up tothe r business and will make tilings interesting and instructive to the Hoys there. De. Gamble who is in Durance vile at Carrollton for burglar izing Millers Saloon at Sherro Donle promises some startling disclosures Many sunday liquor sates. There is quite a stir agitating some the Goody Good people Over there at present. A new counterfeit 50 cent piece is in circulation. It is a most dangerous the being splendid and Well calculated to escape any Ordinary handler. It is dated 1892, and the new series. When dropped Ston a met die substance it has a Dull Havy sound. W. E. Bidd coffer Valley Junction this county was arrested monday morning the charge carrying concealed weapons. The complaint was filed by his father. He was required to give a recognizance for his appearance at the criminal term in the probate court in fault same he was lodged in the county j til. John h. Thomas canal Dover left without making known t us the pics Toast r his address. He owes us $2 65 sub Cristion which we presume he is trying to beat us out . It any any one knows his address we would Lee pleas d to hear from. We have a few Fellows that we will ventilate As Daad beats soon. I general win. T. Clark department commander the Union veterans Union Cleveland will address the Oid soldiers and frien a this Vicinity thu indy Evenmo Ferrua y 22d, at g. A r. Nail. The occasion being a Campfi e by Union Camp no. 55, u. V. Nof Thi a c to and casual Dover. Ail Are invited. Last week we had a couple errors 111 our news items Dundee and Vicinity. In up akm a suicide we had it mrs. Henry Longanecker and we find it was mis. Henry newcomer. The other we used the name Rachel Bur Ell instead Richard Burrell Wayne township. Our informant has our thanks for the correction. A a Hon. J. A. Buchanan went to col Uthus wednesday to look after his senatorial contest. Sleighs were quite numerous our streets tuesday. It is not bad Sleigh ing in town. Preston Twinsburg o., is visiting her parents. Or. And mrs. James hummed tres City. Or. E. J. Bedwell Indianapolis returned Home Monti a after a visit with his brother s. M. Bed Well. Miss Aneta Wells spent two three Days with acquaintances near Black band returning Home tuesday. Miss Clara Schweitzer and miss Marian Stock Well gave a party at the residence the latter tuesday night. De. Browne has returned from Kentucky where he had been looking alter the lumber a tests his father. Mrs. Douthitt mrs. Hoover and mrs. Schweitzer were guests mrs. Morns Moody Uhrichsville thursday. We Are sorry to learn that the financial circumstances the firm Dodd amp Sutton caused their Pace to be closed up by the sheriff last week. Miss Emma Welty will entertain her Young Lauy friends wednesday at her Home 011 East Ray St. Drive a a Hist will be the leading feature. The Corner Stone the new court House at Cadiz Harrison county will be Laid with impressive ceremonies by the masonic fraternity about the last week in May first week in june. While cutting ice list thursday the canal at Bricktown Ben furher met with a Cool reception when the ice gave Way and let him in the water up to his Chin. They claim Ben spoke seven different languages 111 Short meter. The water was eleven feet deep at that Point and Benny did no to touch Bottom t Ither. Those who Are hankering after a Fortune by the a Green goods route will find themselves into oceans trouble. The authorities at Washington has decided that people in it it Send through the mails for a Given goods will be liable to Fine and imprisonment. This no Doid to Wilt live the tendency to head off a great Many what would be grand rascals 011 the . G a Garver the firm Bros. Amp co., Strasburg was at Mineral last Friday. The Garver Boyar hustlers they Are adv risers and they do the heaviest genial Nier Randise Busu Ess any a Tail St a re 111 the country printers i k pay a big pre i i the Iov a 111-Iit every in a Mineral Pointer rigid you Are s my tins Ian Evi Mug february 20vh, und it r the Asp c s Ltd to it y. P s. A. E. Of the lutheran Church pro. I w. Lat Tison Oberlin College will give an exhibition optical lantern v Evvs the worlds fair in the lutheran Church. Admi Sion 25 c its children 10 cents. Prof. Mattison comes Well recommended and his aug hence wid be Well entertained As the exhibition is a High order. List Amanda via Ifim Frim Zoar stats is hoi 2 1-2 in ies r As assaulted by a Man then unknown As she was about opposite Valley Junction and brutally outraged. She was also robbed w hat Money she had�?30 cents and left to drag herself Home in a bad y bruised condition. It required 2 hours for the child to get Home a distance 11-4 Miles. It was thought to be the work a tramp at first and Constable w. P. Allman had Ben in search the fiend Ever since and was rewarded for his diligent search sunday evening by finding Aud arresting him at Goshen below town. He proved to be none other than Fred lamas a married a worthy officer Banquete and substantial remembered at the Sherman. Judge j. H. Mitchell whose term office expired last Friday was Given a Surprise saturday evening that he will Long remember. A his democratic friends including Many Republican Friend a had very quietly arranged a banquet at the Sherman House. About 70 guests from new Philadelphia canal Dover Dennison Uhrichsville and other Points were present. Or. De. Hurst the efficient Deputy acted As Decoy Man and had invited the judge and wife Over to Tea so As to have him convenient. After supper he made an excuse to go Down town and asked the judge to go along. He took him to the Sherman House and ushered him into the dining room there to see it filled with friends both parties who greeted him with applause. He was Man aged 27 years and a resident i seated at a table beside judge Stepben Goshen. Constable Allman took his son his successor and Hon. H. H. Por prisoner to Mineral Point monday and ter chairman for the evening. Actor arrived about 20 minutes b fore the train the c. A p. R. Kwas due about noon and hurriedly took him before mayor Osborn where he was identified by the girl and hustled him to the train As the crowd infuriated citizens were gathering lie did not Ney j. F. Wilkins then arose Aud in a very appropriate speech presented judge Mitchell with a very Fine silk umbrella with Ivory handle and mounted with Silver As a Token the esteem in which he is held As a judicial officer and citizen. Judge Mitchell land him 011 the train too soon for he then responded in a feeling manner would soon have been lynched. He at times almost choked with emotion was greeted with yells curses and some he was heartily applauded when he attempts to strike him. Some tried to concluded his remarks. Hon. D. A. Spit him As he sat at the car win Lamb night then arose and informed Dow. The Gritty Constable landed the i the judge that they were not through Rascal safely in the county jail. There with him and drawing from a Box a Fine will no doubt be a special grand jury Ink plug hat made quite a humorous Impan eled to pass upon his Case and speech and advanced placing it some oth Ltd recent cases. A has i judge Mitchells head. Judge Stephen seems to be an old offender the Law son Mitchells successor in office and will no doubt get the full penalty which he richly a serves. A bold robbery. The residence Adam Limbach Oid town Load was robbed sunday about two clock while the family were absent at a neighbouring House. The parties broke open two doors and entered and proceeded to ransack the building. They took mrs Linbach a Gold watch and Chain Worth $75 a Gold net Klee belonging to the Little girl Worth $4 a Fine revolver Worth $10,and a razor. Three strangers went by tin re about that time and called at the residence Solomon Beaber and asked lot som thing to eat but was not Given anything. They then went toward the res Deuce . Limbach one Ottlie Fellows was about 5� feet Tail wore a stiff hat and had a very dark moustache. One was a smooth fac a fellow wore a stiff hat dark coloured cloths and Corduroy pants. H was medium s Zed. The third fellow did not g to the House Beaber but Rem 1m d about a Hundred away. Rte a were seen last 8tone Cre k v Day 11 a Buckland about three Hooek sunday. There is to doubt but tii it the three strangers dui 1 a Job. J he initials a a a. J. is 011 Ibe a Niue lid ill watch and a a we 011 the outside a theral Reward is it if. A d Lor in am St the thief 8 Ana the r Taro tie w us. Was called tor a speech and responded in some very appropriate and Well timed remarks. Oysters were then served in elegant style by the hostess mrs. W. L. Via lick and thus closed a very pleasant and social evening in Honor a Yery worthy officer. Judge Mitchell served the Public 3 years and was renominated for his second term but went Down the great political landslide in november. It was a Surprise prise to his friends in both parties. His administration As probate judge was Able and without blemish. He proved himself to be a Able lawyer Aud Jurist. In his official capacity he knew no political social friends no political personal enemies but simple Justice in All his rulings. You hear no criticisms whatever but Many times regrets at his defeat. He retires from office with the respect and Best wishes his party and friends lie again enters tie profession for which he is eminently Quai Lei do that the Law practice and has opened his office in the rooms lately occupied by John s. Graham opposite the court House 111 new Philadelphia. His experience As probate judge has Given him prestige and places my in the front ranks As a lawyer at the Tuscarawas bar. During his administration he was Abiy assisted by . Edward Hurst no Maue a very Fri cent d put and is a promising Young Man. Or. Hurst will finish his course in Law w the judge Mitchell and in the meantime Wal no be in the insurance bus iness. Judge Mitchells successor is Jas. F. Stephenson who though quite Young is a Good lawyer and Well qualified to fill the office and in addition ther to is an upright and honorable gentleman and will give the pubic a 28 Miles Road including masonry i ju8t Dammi Straton. He has employed and trestles. The exact Pemoff where to be finished by August work Ali Cleveland. Lorain a Wheeling ext i Sion will be pushed Viii v Gor s Louii As Speg time will permit. Advert s 111 11 is he Vau a a d asking for sealed proposals for Gilmore. Miss Laura Morris returned last week from visiting relatives and friends n Uhrichsville and Gnadenhutten. Miss Cora Berkshire visited her friends the mrs. Cora id fling and Della Fowler wednesday and thursday last week. Mrs. Jaue Hursey visited mrs. Maria Berkshire wednesday. Mrs. J. Berks re visited at d. P. Lennings thursday. Mrs. Levi Morris who has been visiting relatives in the West the past year returned to this place 011 wednesday. She was accompanied by her daughter mrs. James Kerby Kansas. Herbert and Eva Watson have been ill with Quincy and diphtheria the past week but Are recovering slowly. Miss Lillie Kail is recovering from an attack Quincy. A Sale was held at the residence Lee Morris one mile South Gilmore thursday feb. 8th, . Morris and wife contemplate leaving in a few weeks tor a Point in Western Pennsylvania. Their Many friends deplore their loss and the Best wishes the entire Community will go with them to their new Home. The members the Junior order and their families spent a very pleasant evening with . Morris and wife last week. Key. J. D. Murphy closed a very profitable series meetings at tins place last monday a. M. Ten were added to the Church. the residence his son John c. Robinson in Gilmore John r Bimson sr., better known in the immediate neighbourhood As a Uncle without any previous illness and 110 warning his approaching demise he fell from his feet backwards. He was carefully lifted up and medical Aid summoned but when the doctor arrived life was extinct. The deceased was the oldest inhabitant this place but his exact age is unknown to the writer. His Trade was that tailoring but for some years he was unable to work 011 account his ripened age. He had been for Many years a member the m. P. Church and died a faithful member that body. He leaves two sons and a daughter. His wife proceeded him to that a silent land Many years ago. He May be truly called a the last Leaf upon tie Happy indeed must thy be who have hardened unto the words Christ. A be thou faithful until death and i will give them a Crown a Only a few Pale 11 overs Only a darkened room Only a shrouded form seen through the Dusky g Oom they will come Aud calmly gaze and a few perchance will weep when they see the Well a Iown face. And the form forever asleep Only a cartage slow Only an open grave Only a narrow Home where the Yew a d Cypress wave. Then a half forgotten Mound where the Dews heaven keep their no thing grasses Greeir when friends have ceased to weep. Feb 1184. A Obi Irr new Philadelphia Ohio the a grand Olu Many England is still at the Helm notwithstanding his reported resignation. John off Holder prop a first class Brick and rooting tile always j it is reported that sex governor hand at moderate prices. Give us Campbell intends to be candidate next a Oak 60yl i year tor governor. Wheat reached a state demoralization in St. Louis the 12th. May sold at 55$ cents and Cash no. 2. Red Winter at 51$ cents. The latter was $ cent8blow where it sold last August. The 52$ cents at which Cash wheat then sold held the record up to today. Never before was the situation so depressed As it is at present. Mulched for contempt. Edw. J Denzler Bolivar was lodged m the county jail last week the charge contempt court. It seems that he had been annoying his father in Law who found it necessary to have him restrained by Hal process. An injunction mandate the c. P. Court was served him to keep off the premises. Denzler paid no attention to the order and was thereupon arrested fined $10, and costs and dered under Bond $200. This he failed to give and in default which he was sent to jail. Fooled with tie gun. Roy Nichols an eight year old son e. O. Nichols manager the China Andje pan Tea co., Uhrichsville hunted up his fathers revolver thursday night which ins Mother had hidden and while lying the floor and swaying it in a playful manner discharged it. The Ball Cut out one Bis front Teeth followed the roof his Mouth for a few inches then go Meed into his Tongue following it Down into the Throat in tie Region the. Larynx. Or. Oviatt was called and looted the bail hut failed to recover it. The child is in a dangerous Condit 011. A now Bridge. The Tuscarawas chronicle says an Effort is being made to induce tie com missioners to bund a new Bridge Over the Tuscarawas liver mar the West end �?o52 Cut and Lay out a new Road from that Point to the Village Tuscarawas. The friends the pro it t the Bridge the site the old wooden Bridge which w is burned Down a Short time ago is Only temporary because the alleged fact that the piers were damaged by the fire so that they will not last Long. It a Bridge is bunt at �?o52 Cut it is proposed to remove the Jost finished to some Point Down the River perhaps to a Point where it would give the Fry a Valley people a Chance to get across to Gnadenhutten without climbing a nig Hill and going around by the Way Loch seventeen. Oil Outlook pleasing. E. B Johnson Fredricksburg Holmes county and a brother w to is in the Oil business living in Millers Burg came to Carrollton the past week and bought an acre ground including the abandoned Oil Well rum Chas. F. Brooks for which the y Are to pay him $1,500. They represent a company men in Good circumstances and Hayo also leased land from . Brooks and other Farmers. They expect to make some developments commencing april 1st. Tuey had a Sample the Oil tested by an expert the Standard Oil co and he places a very High estimate toe value the product. The Outlook is pleasing Farmers in that neighbourhood. A Carrollton chronicle. The new Toad was to intersect the Mam line says the Cleveland press has re Een a source speculation. The management the Road settles this disputed Point by saying that the Road will run from Cleveland to Mallet Crek. All bids Are to be in by noon feb. 24 chief Engineer we. C. Jewitt will take charge the Tvorik. It is thought that if any the bids Are accepted work will be commenced sometime toward the last March. When it is once begun there will be no delays until tie last Spike is driven work will probably be commenced at Mallet Creek end As All material can be baud led from the roads own tracks. The new line if weather permits should be done and in use by Herald. A Smith Bolivar a very pleasant gentleman As his Deputy. Drew prizes. Limes and the Bush Trio go to the Penitentiary Hogue sent to the Cleveland works. Court proceedings. Jury trial. The state Omo is Dorothy Bunch verdict guilty. The state Ohio is Estha Linda Grace verdict guilty. The state Ohio is James Crouch not guilty. The state Ohio is Jefferson Edwards not guilty. Williams manufacturing company is i Seph ii. Giggle for defendant Frederick Bernhard Gerber for plaintiff. Mortgage foreclosure. Christian liver is Mary e. Hobart. Guardian and item. Elizabeth Waugus is Sahna Delong. Plea guilty tic Fine. Stale oni i a Darnel z tavern. Judgement by default. Frederick Giau is Christian Gerber. A. C. Browne is k. To. W. Dodd. W. C. Browne is Thomas Sutton. Christian c. Forney George t. Fleming. Dismissed. Joseph Klenke rvs. M. Peets Rhi Cross is f. M. Peet. Patrick h. Read is the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling r. R. Joro d Sindell is Samuel a. Auld. Temporary injection. L Joseph c. Kreusch Vodan b. Ludwit it Al. Nov parties. Mccoy Williams amp Herdman is John Himes. Defendant to plead John w. Fredenbur is Union Bank. Matilda Livingston is Joseph l. Johnson. Mccoy Williams amp Herdman is John Himes. Re appointment. A. D. Gribble Deputy clerk. Appraisement property. W c. Browne is r j. W. Dodd. W. C. Browne is Thomas Sutton. Reviver judgement. Jacob Young is Alexander Moore. Continued. Will Wilgus is c. M. Wilgus. Z Bulon p. Sparks is Joseph Gordon. Fine for contempt. Bertha denier is Edward w. Denzer. Having been incarcerated Here for sometime past Samuel Bush Ana Oscar Hines were sentenced by judge Douthitt saturday afternoon last a charge burglary and were Given 3 years each in the Penitentiary. We. Aud Sherrod Bush were also Given one year each in the same institution for committing burglary. The Bush Trio have been causing considerable trouble in this Section by their nefarious work for sometime past and this trip Over the Road should be a Good lesson to them. They having grown up in ignorance being wayward and allowed to do As they pleased caused them to fall in the hands the Law and by its course will prove to them profitable and should be a warning to All other boys and Young men to not allow themselves to be led into temptation and thereby compelled to suffer. Martin Hogue having allowed his temper to get away with him finds himself boxed up from the outer world. The judge gave him some Good advice upon is Christian i a8sault an i Batter for which he was charged and sentenced to the Cleveland work House for 6 months and to pay a Fine $50. And costs. Mart will be compelled to remain in the works Over the summer if he fails to pay his Fine and costs. No doubt he will realize that Many a meanness is Esby averted when caught in the vice the Law. The above quintette referred to we Hope when after serving their time May enter upon the duties life in a better Light. They were taken to their place confinement tuesday. Uhrichsville. C. Thompson Sun Dayed in Pittsburgh. Frank Mccauley Pittsburgh visited friends a re last week. Joseph e la Youngstown is a via it Here with friends. W. H. Briggs is visiting in Bellaire at present. Lyman Hardman was in Columbus last week business. L. A Ball returned Home from a trip to Marysville. It is reported that he feels like a new Man. Mrs. Cynthia Bamel widow Jacob Sharnel died at her Home in Uhrichsville the 6th inst., age 77 years and 27 Days. Interment at Gnader Hutten. At this writing w. A Hilton is 111 the Lead for mayor with . Dole second a Squire Milvae third and Charley Hunt fourth. It is going to be a tight race with so Many candidates in the swim. Best mans wins. Weary. In Mold and the heat life a Battle has bleached my Brown hair till its White and teardrops that sparkle Light diamonds have 6tole from my eyes their old Light. And Low where cold marbles Are gleaming i Laid what the world gave to me but High where the pure ones Aro waiting. My treasures again will i see. Tonight i have heard strains Musio that floated away Long ago. But some Mystic spirit has caught them to chant to me now soft and Low. I heard an old Story tonight too. That memory lingered to Tell. Of youth that built castles in midair that crushed Hopes and dreams As they fell. In be seen an old picture sorrow a vessel that Sank in the sea but Safo in Trio Harbor heaven a fair Sailor boy Waits for to. I listen in dreams for his footsteps i almost can see his White hand As it lifts from my heart life a dark Shadow and Points to to his spirit land. O time i am weary travel life s pathway is lonely for me. And breezes that whisper about me seem filled with a voice from the sea. And now i am tired so tired and some night ill lie Down to rest Aud dream till i Wake in the morning in peace in the Home the Blest. A Florence Bailey Farnsworth the Good methodist people Dvells Ville arc All torn up and involved in a quarrel in which seven members were expelled. It seems the unruly members were conducting a Mission in the slums that place Liucc last june and advocated the doctrine a holiness a which is antagonistic to the views the pastor and this believed to be the foundation the trouble. The holiness people claim that about 75 other members the Church will withdraw and Start another Church. Is that the teaching the Nazarine magic dyes Are warranted to color More goods and give More durable colors than any other 10 cent package Dye made. Sold by Gentsch a drug store. Tie knights pythias will celebrate the third decade 30th period tin in existence As a fraternity the 10th february. From a nucleus five members the order has now a membership More than 450,000 Active and Loyal adherents Over 1,200 divisions the uniform rank with 50,-000 uniformed followers and about 1,800 sections the endowment rank carrying Over $70,000,000 insurance within its ranks. Brants Balsam is effective none better. Is lasting Large 25 and 50 cent Buttles at Gentsch a drug store. American devotees theosophy will be interested to know that Annie Besant has been saluted and crowned successor to mine. Blavatsky at the shrine the faithful in India. She has been solemnly renamed and christened Annabain. The Ohio miners convention decided to accept the terms lured by the operators in the Hocking Valley. They will go to work at 50cts per ton now instead 70cts and these mines will resume work at once and compete with the Pennsylvania mines for the Northwest Trade. The France medical Institute co. Is composed eminent physicians and surgeons each assigned a special department Medicine surgery. By constant study and attention to his department., each has become a skill full specialist readily detecting every phase and complication the disease referred to him. Not Only is Superior skill obtained but also rapidity and a it pcs baking powder jibs mutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 106 Wall St n. Y. New Philadelphia markets. Flour Best family per bbl. S 3 40 a a per sack. 80 a a new process per sack. 1 15 Quot Amber per sack. So wheat per Bushel. 55 Corn per Bushel. 60 Oats. 35 Lye. 60 Oil meal per 100 pounds. 1 75 Timothy seed per Bushel. 2 50 Clover seed per Bushel. 6 00 Hay. Per ton. 12 00 butter per Pound. 18<� 25 eggs per dozen. 15 hams per Pound. 10<&12 shoulders per Pound. 7,@8 sides per Pound. 7@9 lard per Pound. 10 tallow per Pound. 04 potatoes per Bushel. 60 chickens per Pound. 5% turkeys per Pound. 7 is geese.40<s>50 ducks per Pound. 06 for Sale. File Best 80 acres Hill land in Salem township Tuscarawas county Ohio the farm is one mile West port Washington and Nearl y All underpaid with Coal 16 acres Good Timber plenty water a Good Orchard Aud House. This place is positively for Sale at two thirds its value. For full inform iti01 Call address e. M. Stuck Elk. Agt., 8tf port Washington Ohio. The sub co Monttee the Senate committee foreign relations has concluded its hawaiian investigation so far As the taking testimony is concerned. The report the sub Corn Mittee will shortly be submitted to the full committee for action thereon although there is some talk about three reports there is no real foundation for the belief that there will be More than two a majority report signed by democrats and a majority report signed by republicans. There is no reason to doubt which these reports will be adopted notwithstanding publications to the contrary in Republican and anti admin stration papers. Joseph v. Dory Warsaw 111., was troubled with rheumatism and tried a number different remedies but says none them seemed to do him any Good but finally he got Ito id one that speedily cured him. He was much pleased with it and Felt sure that others similarly afflicted would like to know what the remedy was that cured him. He states for the Benefit the Public that is called chamberlains pain Balm. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists. The gypsies Transylvania Are said to teach Young bears to dance by placing them heated sheets Iron. A piece strongly accentuated dance music is played a violin and As the Curacy m diagnosis. Their remedies animal lifts its legs regularly to the Are compounded from the purest materials and represent the Effort the most advanced medical science the Day. If you Are suffering from any form chronic disease that has baffled the skill others Call at the Institute nos. 3s Ana 40 West Gay St., Columbus Ohio one the examining physicians who visits your City and have your Case examined and they will Tell you at once whether your Case is curable not. They can furnish the Best references As to the efficiency Aud ability their physicians and their financial . Sound the fiddle without the prompting scorching toes. The grip. An experience with this disease during All Ite past epidemics warrant the bold claim that i r. Kings new discovery will positively cure each and every ease if take in time and patient takes the Ordinary care t it avoid expos ure. A nother thing Lias been proven that those who have used . King s new discovery escape the Many troubles some after results this disease. By All Means get a bottle and try it. It is go to a. Gintz new Philadelphia for your baby cabs. An elegant line new designs just received and at prices from $4.00 up. Something to suit All. Call Aud see before buying elsewhere. 7-2 unclaimed letters list. Letters addressed to persons named below remain unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by february 26,1894 Dehlia Banders j. R. Gibson Alice Shawver Geo. Lewellen s. Turk. C. E. Warner we. Spring we. Hazlett John Brown Ella Moury Edward Mcpheter Pearl Chester we. Rosenberg Daud Jenkins George Hummell. Or. Bane Ida m. Dickson M. Davidson Nancy Biddlestone Elias w. Ackerman please a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. D. Wuss postmaster marriage permits. Otto m. Davidson and Sarah e. Heavlin. John a. Meese and Ina b. Williams. Robert e. Fisher and Minnie c. Mccullough. Lewis j. Parsons and Alice m. Hosier. Ezekiel Sewell and Almira Perdue. 8tra8burg, having noticed the question list a . E. B.,�?T which was answered by a a Cal last week i would submit the following questions for a . E. to answer 1. What nation kingdom should be rated by woman 2. Name the High priest the tril>3 Jessey at the time the destruction Babylon 3. Who was to be the ruler the roman Empire at the time tie second Advent Christ 4. To what one the twelve tribes Israel does our american indians belong 5. Where and How often Dos the word girl occur 111 the Bible z. E persons wanting Coal will leave Ders at Mathias and Dicks store. Of g. W. Mathias. Real estate transfers. Nag by a Gou y to Annie l. Connell lots 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25, Midvale $500. Annie l. Connell to John nagely son lots 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25, Midvale $160. 8. W. Ely to b. K. Linn 1-5acre Mill $210. Nicholas Miller jr., to Nettie m. Read lots 7 and 8, new Philadelphia $350. David e. Herrou to Mary Kiser,1-5 acre Goshen $6>0. Harvey w. Shamel it Al., Sarah a. Carter lots 3 and 4, Uhrichsville. $683.-33. Adaline m. Thomas to Jacob a. Horn 45 100 car Dover $1250. Adam Brown sr., to Adam Brown jr., 43 50 100 acres Jefferson $2000. Henry c. Vint m to Joseph f. Kuhns lot 5, new Philadelphia $340. Lucy a. Joss to we. G. Frew part lot 176, new Philadelphia $450. Jacob Stoner to the u. Church lots 10 and 11, Dennison $150. Philip Ley to Jacob Birky 2 acres and fraction Sugarcreek $225. Jonas Murphy to George Beitzel lots 80 and 81, Midvale. $625. Constant and Kate Perl to Peter Marz part lot 44, Bolivar $350. Simon s. Yoder to Andrew Coblenz 6 acres and 118 rods Sugarcreek $1000. John 8. Yoder to John f. Zahner lot 7, Shanesville. $140. Chas. Johnson it Al. To Martha j. Johnson lot 9 and part lot 10, Dennison $900. The Petroleum naphtha motor has been applied to cabs in Berlin. The new vehicle has three wheels with two seats carrying one person besides the Driver. With the motor about two horse Power a maximum Speed eleven Miles is attained Good roads guarantee and Money will be refunded Many Homes would be happier if if no Good results follow its use. Sold Mother was cured her terrible cad by a a c. Miller amp son. Aches and nervous troubles. Write mrs. G. K. Watts Brandywine ya., with stamp to learn Tiow she suffered agonies for six years and was cured by . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer 111 six weeks ask Genthe a drug store. Montpellier be Vitus the Rock City a German physiologist has found that a Small amount alcohol is contained in the milk Drunken mothers so that children such women May be Imbi Bers spirits from Earlu Viz fancy. Near Millan France is a singular piece Agency in new Pini adept natures carving. It is an isolated Barley malt whisky ins int kids san Ftp a fiut 9/700 foot a Anvi it. Mass Stone about 2500 feet above the sea and includes a Section wonderfully like a towered Citadel around which Are depressions 300 400 feet deep resembling respectively an amphitheatre a necropolis a Parade ground and a Well built City Quarter with monuments Gates Ami straight streets. The whole about 500 acres is surrounded by a natural Wall. See the worlds fair for fifteen cents. Upon receipt your address and fit teen cents in postage statues we will mail you prepaid our souvenir portfolio the worlds columbian exposition the regular Price is fifty cent but As we want you to have one we make the Price nominal. You will find it a work Art and a thing to be prize i contains full Page views the at buildings with descriptions same it is executed in highest style Art. If not sati tied with it after you get it we will refund the Stamps j and let you keep the Book. Addres h. E. Bucklen co., Chicago 111. Assignment David jury cases. February 15, 1894. Judy is Jacob w. Supply is. Lewis no. 34. Stoody. No. 87. Gustave t. Thomas. February 16, no. 4. Andrew Hirning is Lawrence Arbogast amp co. February 17. No. 145. Ohio complaint Margaret Frazier is Harry Fisher. No. 170. Samuel Smith is the Deis Bissman amp Kurtz co. Chicago inter Ocean. We have Given a. B Pippis amp Sod a distilled from malted Barley. Or is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase it St co., distillers Louisville Kentucky. Stuck Lens a Arnica halve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers halt Rheum fever sors Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and ail skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. An Ohio father s Eliahy. My wife received a Sample bottle . Hatadis Colic cure. For four months she hardly took her cloths off the baby cried so. The Sample . Hands Colic cure worked like magic. I went right to the drug store and bought a 25c. Bottle and a bottle . Hands pleasant physic and we arc truly grateful that such Relief has come to baby and to us. Respectfully Geo. M. Vaught Delaware Ohio. For Sale at f. C. Miller amp son druggist. Midwinter fair excursion tickets Lenn Sylvania lines. The special Low rate excursion to san Francisco san Diego Lom Angeles san Bernardino and other California Points now for Sale via Pennsylvania line will be Good returning until july 15th 1894. Excursion lists can select any route from Chicago St Louis. For particular please apply to nearest ,. Pennsylvania line ticket agent the Chicago inter Ocean that great a dress f Van Dusen chief Sair Tant Republican newspaper has not suf a a dress n an a a cd Iii assistant feed by the recent Era financial general passenger agent Pittsburgh depression but has gone right along and a. Ding to its foundation stones a Large a a a and substantial circulation with a i have raised a family six children stride that under the circumstances is and Haye tried All the cures from pare truly wonderful. At one time Addi j Goric to Catnip Tea and never found tons to to e subscription list Weie com 1 anything so valuable As . Hands ing at the rate 800 to 1,100 per Day Colic cure. It expels wind from the for the daily Issue and As High As 1,500stomach at once and gives such quiet for the weekly inter Ocean. And refreshing sleep. I would not be the result this is to place it easily at the head the list great Chicago newspapers. It is certainly a Good clean family newspaper the highest order without . Hands Colie cure . Llaudy a teething lotion for four times the Cost. Mothers give them a trial. Mrs. H. A. Brown 237 South Cherry St

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