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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 1, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Times read the ads. Of our live business men in this Issue they know who brings the Trade. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia Ohio thursday november 1, 1894 volume in number 45 a Estorial Tum tent local melange new Philadelphia markets flour Best family per bbl. $ 3 00 44 sack. 75 a a new process 41 44 1 00 44 Amber per sack70 wheat per Bushel. 50 Corn 44 44 65 Oats 44 44 35 Rye 44 a 44 60 Oil meal per 100 lbs. 1 75 Timothy seed per Bushel 2 60 Clover seed 44 44 6 00 Hay per ton. 10 00 butter per la. 20 eggs per Doz. 18 hams per la. 12 shoulders per la. 9@10 sides per la. 7@8 lard 44 44of tallow per la. 04 potatoes per Bushel. 50 chickens per la. Turkeys 44 44geese. Ducks Der la. Correspondence news gathered by our Busy corps of special news gatherers. Shanesville. Too i it ate for last week. Prof. A. C. Baker and wife of Navarre were the guests of friends and relatives Here a few Days last week. John Klar and wife visited in Dover Friday. Miss Nora Graf returned Home last week after a pleasant visit with relatives at Cleveland and Marlborough. Dan Allison has been sick for a couple of Days. John Wyss and wife and mrs. Lydia Cratz and two children of Toledo arrived Here last monday to attend the funeral of mrs. Harry heinous. They returned Home saturday. A great Many of our folks attended the Street fair at Dover last week. Miss Alice Walter of Dundee visited Here last week. J the Public dance which was held in the Temple Hall last saturday night turned out to be a grand Drunken affair. Quite a reputation last thursday night Jacob Hasler and miss Anna Lantz. May they have a Long and prosperous life. John Rice and wife of Dundee Sun Dayed with friends Here. E. A. Richardson and the children of Benton visited with his parents last week. On last thursday evening the members of the y. P. S. C. E. Assembled at the residence of Henry kerch and spent quite an enjoyable evening. A very interesting program had been prepared for the occasion and at nine of clock refreshments were served after which the rest of the evening was passed by interesting games and at eleven of clock All repaired to their Homes feeling that they had sent an evening not soon to be forgotten. Miss Annie Mccormick spent last thursday in Dover. Mrs. Clara Moyer and children of Justis were the guests of her parents last week. Miss Effle Shie spent last Sabbath in Berlin visiting her sister mrs. Mary Maxwell. Miss Ida Wyss of new Philadelphia spent several Days Here with relatives. A. P. Smith and the misses Annie Smith Effle Burrell Clara Strauss Virgie Calahan and Alice Walter attended the funeral of mrs. Emma heinous at Millersburg last Friday. The misses Clara Alpeter and Ivy Spesinger spent a few Days in canal Dover last week. a Verc nats Tom Reed and Ben Harrison Are making it very unpleasant for Bill Mckinley. They Are after him with a Tough Elm club and will use it too. For you for the boys. For the children. A for the Young Man Stock consisting of f Vve have now in Stock an immense line of Winter wraps and capes just received from new York at prices lower than Ever before. Done to fail to see them. J. H. Kinsey a. Worth of for the Rich Man which we bought at sheriffs Sale and will be sold for overcoats Cash Only for about in Light weight sin heavy weights. In Light colors Call at once in dark colors new Philadelphia ohioan smooth Goodsin rough goods provision store All at prices that lean purses. We have just opened a meat Market and provision store in the Bartles room West front St. Our goods Are new and we keep the very Best of fresh and cured meats. We guarantee everything of first class. We respectfully invite the Public to Call and investigate and get our Price clothiers tailors furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio. Money bad if Yon want it. A Verona test overcoats new Philadelphia Ohio. For principles not personality. Editor Plain dealer sir the democratic state convention in the platform of principle adopted As the Creed of the party endorsed the Tariff Bill As passed by the present session of Congress and declared for free coinage of Silver at the ratio of 16 to 1. And the democratic state executive committee has issued an address in conformity with the platform making free coinage the Issue of the impending Campaign in Ohio. As a Democrat from principle and believing that the democratic state platform is in conformity with the principles of the party regularly adopted at a state convention and is in Issue with the clearly defined principles of the Republican party candidates who happened to be placed on the democratic ticket but who Are known not to be in Accord with the democratic state platform j shall regard it As my duty us a consistent Democrat regardless of personal obligations to strike from my ticket. The great error the democratic party and that would destroy any other party has been the election of candidates who have disregarded the will of their constituents. What honest motive can induce a Man to be the candidate of a party that he is not in sympathy within its principles and again what consistent motive can a party have in the election of a candidate who is known to be opposed to its principles Cleveland oct. 21. .1. The above article from the Plain dealer reflects our views exactly. If the democratic party expects to accomplish reforms the members of the party must vote for principle. Party supremacy without principle will never remedy the evils we complain of. If we want Silver restored to its old place we must vote for men wre know to be True advocates and not for Gold notice democrats done to let any one persuade you to Trade votes. It will be tried As the republicans Are desirous of defeating the county ticket and will resort to All kinds of schemes. Whatever you do do not scratch a single Man on the county ticket. They Are All men who cannot be bettered. To All the ladies of new Philadelphia and surrounding country who Are interested in David Maurer the tailor has just i received some of the latest designs of fall and Winter goods which he will make up at very reasonable prices. Call and see goods. 41-4m for Sale. A very Nice property on sixth Street new Philadelphia. House is in Fine condition containing 7 rooms tin roof cellar Cistern Etc. This property at the Price we ask is hound to prove a Good investment to the purchaser. Address Strickmaker amp Haas real estate agents. 45-2 canal Dover Call on Daniel Wyss new Phila Delphia o., for bargains in no. 1 Shade and fruit Trees. His Trees i Are of the Best varieties All grafted or budded. He Sells cheap. Of Rea estate transfers. E. C. Lelh to John smart lot 2 new Philadelphia $275. Sheriff Adams to e. E. Elvin it al., part part lots 157 and 158, Uhrichsville 116. S. F. Seltzer to b. J. Wells lot 50 Goshen 800. Henry Oler to Mamie Shively 104 acres i Goshen 2000. John Kuhn to l. G. Kuhn 40aeres, Franklin 500. Herman Schloo to Philip Wenger part lots j 7 and 8, York 818. Nancy Bell to Amanda h. George 1 acre j new Philadelphia. 1100. I Kate and Perry j. Lower to Kate e. Myers j part lot 18, new Philadelphia 900. Boyd Mills lot 11, Uhrichsville 200. E. P. Uhrich to Ella m. Uhrich 1 acre Mill 1000. J d. R. Dawson to e. A. Wentz lot 77, Dover i 825. I Michael Ott to Jacob Haas lot 185, Dover i 3000. I we. H. Madison to Fra. T. Zinkon lots i 56 and 56, Lowville 620. Henry c. Asher to c. B. Moore lot a new i Comers own 156. I sheriff Adams to l. L. Dunlavy lot 381, i Uhrichsville 340. W. P. Hassett to m. Moody trustee lots 1 j and 2, Dennison 1500. Honore and Jacob Stoner to g. T. Flem i Ming lot 12 Dennison 100. H. T. Bender to Emma a. Bender lots 27 j and 28, Uhrichsville 500. A a. Grand opening Gilmore. Miss Annie Crouch of Guernsey county is visiting relatives Here. Mrs. Chas. Timmons of Dadiz is spending a few weeks with her parents in this place. Rev. Stauffer of Ravenna visited d. P. Lanning last week. Miss Nora Gooding who was Home from Scio for a few Days returned wednesday. James Carruthers and w Ife of Tippecanoe visited at the Home of the latter a brother or. Hefling sunday. Charlie Schooley and we Ife of Uhrichsville visited Jno. Robinson and family last w Eek. Or. Hefling w As at new Phila. On business tuesday. Mrs. Friedenburg moved her Stock of merchandise into her new store on thursday. Elder w. O. Tomson filled his regular appointment at this place saturday evening sunday morning and evening. Prof. Reed of Noblestown ind., was in our Village we Deseay. Bitter Sweet. Just think of it 20 pounds of the Best Coffee a sugar for one Dollar. And the Best package Coffee at 23 cents per Pound at Fred Graffus Blakes Mills. 44-6 ill have with us or. A. A Cohn representing one of the largest cloak factories in the country with a Complete line of latest and most stylish designs. Public Sale. The undersigned will offer at Public Sale at the farm of the late Isaac h. Kurtz in Goshen township Tus Carat As county Ohio on tuesday november 15th, 1894, the joint personal property of said Isaac h. Kurtz deceased and Edward Peacock consisting in part of horses cattle sheep hogs Straw Corn Fod Der Hay Corn Oats w agony harness plow s and Many other articles too numerous to mention. Terms All sums of $3.00 and under Cash All above that sum notes on nine months time with approved Security will be taken. Sale to commence at 9 of clock a. M., Sharp. J. R. Kurtz executor of the will of Isaac Kurtz. Edw Ard Peacock. Oct. 24th, 1894. Marriage permits. Oliver b. Thomas Anna Miller. Virgil e. Walker Hortence Thompson. Ulysses g. Lemmon Anna m. Kail . Snyder Clara Maybaugh Benjamin Stockert Clara m Glazer John Warner Susan Stansbarger. Willi Young Myrtle Mizer. John Roberts Alice Newport. Jacob h. Ely Amanda Gonter. Perry w. Stewart Mary Wilcox. J. B. F. Beans Eva a Albaugh. Ladies you must see what you will not see again in a life time the handsome display of cloaks at s. S. Urferd a nov. 5th and 6tli. Excursion rates to Columbus. Via Pennsylvania lines. On nov. 13 and 14th, excursion tickets to Columbus will be sold at ticket stations on those lines in Ohio. Tickets will he Good returning until Friday november 16th, inclusive. The Low rate we ill he account the meeting of the Ohio Board of Commerce and May he taken advantage of by All applicants. Further information May he obtained from ticket agents on the Pennsylvania lines. Fred Graff at Blakes Mills can sell you anything in the grocery dry Good notion Hoot and shoe line As cheap As any place in the county. Try us once. 44-6 we compliment ourselves in having this grand opening and especially the service of or. Cohn who is an experienced Cutter and fitter and we Are satisfied that our patrons will be pleased in every respect. Or. Kaufman will be at 8. S. Urferd a nov. 5th and 6th, with a big display of cloaks. The styles and fashions we ill be grand. Ladies you should see them. A if Yon want flooring siding ceiling saw ing or any kind of w Ood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill on East rav Street. 15t we have Given a. Bippus amp soothe. Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutria Cio usand fret from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co distillers Louisville by. Man permanent position. Stamp and references i a. T. Morris care this paper. Allen s discovery f or fill in. Allens discovery for piles is a certain cure for All forms of piles. Do you have soreness and chafing Writh intense itching often at night it is dangerous to neglect these symptoms. If you have suffered for years with chronic piles and feel you can to be cured give Allens discovery one trial. It is a new discovery that cures piles. Sold by All druggists. Price 50?. Sent by mail for 50. Address Allens discovery Box 88, Leroy. New York. D a Liberal invitation to All persons wanting Coal will or leave Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. G. W. Mathias

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