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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 15, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1.600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. A Liberal advertiser need not be worried about his business going into the hands the sheriff. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday november 15, 1894. Number 47. 05tutorial Otom mint. For very Long distances and for extremely High speeds for Short special runs railroads the United states has the record. We have heard fifty democrats Damn the delay in the passage the Tariff Bill to one who complained the change in chronicle dem compulsion Sale old a a figures the Wayne county Democrat in reviewing the late election says had there not been an a a if in the Case there would have been democratic victories every where tuesday. The now that the republicans have Given us a first class Licking All Over this country they must As they claim bring better times and see to it that Farmers get a Dollar a Bushel for their wheat. The suffrage amendment for the women in Kansas received a Black Eye and now the poor dears will have to depend their husbands and big Brothers to save the country. A it Boston clothing House a 0. Is at last compelled to sell out our their entire Stock clothing gents furnishing goods hats Caps trunks and Valise. In fact everything has to go regardless Cost our circuit court Bench will now have a Republican it the first one since the court was organized. The members Are Pomerine Follett and Adams the latter is the Republican member who is quite a Young Man. The democrats Over the country Are not dismayed Over their recent reverses. They have been there before and next election Day will be a deck and eager for the fray battling for principle and party Success. Local melange. Fri Turbi i republicans Are opposed to the income tax. You can now count that Law being repealed and a system adopted that will place the Burden maintaining the government the Labouring classes. They voted for it. _ the democracy Marion county this state is to lie congratulated in being the Only county where the entire county ticket pulled through and elected All its candidates. Well done we wish that More such rocked ribbed and faithful democrats were in existence. The Marion Mirror gets it it the following piece sarcasm that sound like a scriptural text the democrats Ohio like Lazarus old Are picking the crumbs from the Rich fisc Many stable but when the parable is fulfilled and the figure Complete it will be getting pretty hot for Republican purple and line Linen. Just the eve election a democratic paper in Indiana published a Story that a petrified Snake thirty feet Long had been discovered in an old Quarry near Eaton that state. We firmly believe that the yarn was sprung to defeat the democratic party in that state. Mind everything will be sold. Nothing will be kept in Reserve. It is a Mew and Complete Stock bought very cheap and now will be sold cheap. We do not want the Public to understand that we Inch Ina the great big Booby government the East Lias to Bow at the feet Little Japan like a whipped cur. She has appealed to the great Powers the Earth to make terms peace for her with Japan. The probable terms will he the Freedom Corea heretofore a subject China and to pay Japan a Large War indemnity. Ignorance cannot stand before knowledge. The Day spread Eagle and lengthy articles in Small Type is past. A circular Small newspaper article As Long As the moral Law a train cars and full echoes As an old Cistern is never read. Make the matter Short and concise. This is an electric age and the people have no time to spend hours deciphering what you Are trying to get at. What they want is condensation milk news and triple extracts facts. Tend to the old a watch dog the Treasury Holman Indiana was one those lost in the late congressional wreck. He has been in continued service since 1859. For Many years. He was chairman the approx Ria but ill anticipation Tion committee. Among other veterans the House who Slid off the political Plank into the unknown sea private life Are Wilson w. Ya., Springer Illinois Bland father the Bland Bill Hatch and Dockery All Missouri outwait i Ohio Windy Billy Henderson North Carolina Martin Indiana and Enloe Tennessee. Go flit Jis iness. A new building being erected soon at we Judy Corner must close out Stock. Our if you Good Are in need a Tim it will pay you to travel Many Miles to the Boston clothing House to buy it anything we have. Remember the place at the join ii Judy Corner new Philadelphia Ohio. Those people who Delight in princely incomes Are the Only ones who Are making a fuss against the income tax while the masses whose incomes Are Small now work with a lighter heart fully realizing that the unfortunate Multi millionaires who have heretofore practically escaped even to common tax will be compelled to support the government at any rate thus lightening the Burden the masses have born so Long. The income tax is just and l ight and those who Are not thoughtful for their own Well being will say naught against it. _ the late Victory the republicans in this state cannot be counted such a big thing after All when it is figured Down to where it belongs. Though they have a Large plurality their to Tal vote is Between 25,000 and 30,000 Short last year. The a a landslide can be attributed to the stay at Home democrats nearly 100,000 whom did nut go to the polls. These delinquents May think that by refusing to vote they Are rebuking their unfaithful leaders but it is some thing in the nature that foolish act the Man cutting Oil his own nose to spite his face. Another a a Faith a Crank has shown up at Deerfield near Alliance where he has introduced Small pox into the neighbourhood greatly to the conster nation All. He had been attending a Christian training school in new York where he had been exposed to the disease. He had a a Faith that he would not take it and since his arrival in these parts he has mixed freely with the people. On sunday he was taken sick and still had a a Faith but finally told his expos ure. The Board health has taken the necessary precaution to prevent the disease form spreading. If he continues in his a a Faith he May be personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Bring us your Job printing. Job printing at the times office. H a. Parmelee the woodworker a old papers for Sale at this office just the thing for under carpets. Mrs. Charles Bartles is expected Home this week. Mrs. Baggs has returned from a six weeks visit in Portsmouth. Wedding Bells Are expected to ring in a few Days announcing the marriage have you heard the compulsory Sale at the Boston clothing House new Phila., mrs. Joshua Gooding East fair Street is dangerously ill pneumonia. Two comfortable five room houses eighth Street for rent. Inquire at this office. 47-2 a Young son was born to . And mrs. Or. Cooper West fair st., thursday last. The qui Vive association met at Douthitt a monday night and elected officers. H. E. Espenscheid and children went to Baltic saturday to spend a few weeks with relatives. Miss Rife Hamilton Sang in the lutheran Church this City last Sabbath eve to a crowded House. At present the local papers Are full a a accidental shooting a caused by careless Hunters. Be careful boys j. A Kennedy Minerva was Down monday business and made a Stop at the Sherman during his stay. H. I it. Harris Reading mass., was at the Sherman monday night. Or. Harris is the Hustler that made a Smo Ketter cigars famous. ,Denison, new Philadelphia Secretary Tuscarawas building amp loan co., was in our City Newcomerstown Index. From the number overcoats in demand and the Way Many have been hugging the stoves it has been quite Chilly since the election. Try the five cent loaf bread at Junkins City bakery no. 122 East High Street. 47-2 our entire line Woolen goods at Tual Cost at Mathias amp Dicks great bargain Sale Friday and saturday november 16th and 17th. Done to fail to profit by it. Remember the dates misses Ida Wyss Edna and Helen Bartles Grace Marsh and Pearl pow Elson entertained a Large number their Young friends at the Home m iss Wyss thursday eve. Preaching in the presbyterian Church next Sabbath morning and evening by the pastor. Subject for morning a the hymn and the evening service a the shepherds All Are invited. Or. And mrs. Charles Mitchener left monday morning for Salt Lake City Utah for a few weeks visit. Mrs. Frank Abel Lehnus Valley was adjudged insane last week and was taken to the Asylum at Columbus tuesday by sheriff Adams. She leaves seven Small children one a babe three months old to be cared for by the father. Done to miss the compulsory Sale at he Boston clothing House new miila., if you want to buy a Good overcoat suit cheap. Messes. Senhauser amp sons have purchased the clothing Stock a. Weiss canal Dover and will take Possession april 1. 1895. A cinnamon Tea a remarks one our exchanges a a is recommended As special virtue in typhoid fever and essence cinnamon is said to be one the Best disinfectants to use in the sickroom a typhoid Mathias amp Dick will sell goods lower than Ever before sold in this county Friday and saturday november Lgth and 17th. These extremely Low prices Are for those dates Only. Remember the place and dates and done to fail to attend. Peter Lowe Dennison formerly a resident this City dropped dead saturday last at his Home in Dennison. He was aged 79 years. Funeral was monday at 2 p in., under the auspices the i. O. O. Of and the g. A. R. Or. Lowe served during the War As first lieutenant in the 51st V. I if you want to buy Good cloth a cheap attend the compulsory Sale at the Boston clothing House new Phila., J. Knight the famous Engineer the Andrews raiders an episode thrilling adventure during the War lectured saturday and monday evenings in this City to two Good houses. He was Here in the interest Union command no. 55 u. V. U. The lecture was a very interesting narrative and everybody should have heard the Story. Junkins City bakery meets All Competition in Price and Quality goods. Try him 47 2 Philo Council no. 390 Ryal Arcanum has added to its number 25 new members most whom will be initiated monday evening nov. 19. The members Are urgently requested to be in attendance at 7 30 p. M. Sharp. Bos. E. A Foskett and j. H. Officer Are entitled to the thanks the membership. For a wedding party cake you should go to Junkins City bakery. He makes a specially that line. 2 j. Courtwright one the Best Well known and trusted passenger conductors the c. L. Amp a ry., died at Lorain the 9th inst., after and illness a few Days. He was about 45 years old was born in Coshocton and has been a conduct Tor the above Road Twenty years i by the death Courtwright and Holman three new men have been advanced Viz Keister Molin and Mcdowell. If you need the service a detective at any time Call e. Mathias new ,0. He has \ buy floor Oil cloth at Burnsides Lack diphtheria is prevalent the Gas Belt in Indiana. The situation is alarming. About 127 cases Are now under treatment at Anderson. About half the cases prove fatal. We can save you much Money by purchasing goods at a great bargain Sale Friday saturday november 16th and 17rh. Done to fail to Call the above dates at Mathias amp Dicks store w. High st., new Phila. Just think it 20 pounds the Best Coffee a sugar for one Dollar and the Best package Coffee at 23 cents per Pound at Fred Graffus Blakes Mills. Homicide at Pike run. Florida will not allow any More prize fighting. This disgusts the sporting element but the Law will be enforced. The Corbett Fitzsimmons bout will have to look elsewhere for fighting ground. Fall and Winter suits made to order in the very latest styles by David Maurer the tailor. 41-3m Howard Gould is not going to let the britishers have things their own Way. He intends to have a yacht built in America and with an american Crew go to English Waters and do some racing. He thinks we can beat them in their own Waters. The Best material will be used. Buy window shades at Burnsides. T seems to be hard work to get a jury at Memphis tenn., to act in Case the men who Are charged with the murder the six negroes near Kerrsville about two months ago. They have exhausted two special venire 600 men. They May not secure one at All. Bob Ingersoll has a new lecture for this Winter. He takes the entire Bible this time for a subject. Bob is wasting his valuable time when he tries to Down the whole Bible at once. He and Moses could not agree but the Bible will be most too big a Chew at one time. But he is after the and Many will furnish them for him. The Best place to educate for business is at the new Philadelphia business College. Send for special Low rates. 47 f Clem Holman one the most popular passenger conductors the c. L. Amp w. Ry., died at his Home in Massillon Friday last pneumonia. Or. Holman was one those Jovial whole souled Fellows one does not often meet faithful and efficient m his duties and obliging and was respected and liked by All who Caine in Contact with him. His remains were taken to Wes Virginia for burial. Call Daniel Wyss new Phila Delphia o., for bargains in no. 1 Shade and fruit Trees. His Trees Are the Best varieties All grafted budded. He Sells cheap. Of the cattle near Champaign 111., have been attacked with a strange malady and Many have died. At first they supposed it to be caused by smut the Corn but . T. J. Burrill the University Illinois said that smut was harmless to cattle. Experiments have been carried at the University wherein Young steers had been fed two bushels smut without any bad results being apparent Quot if you w ant flooring siding ceiling sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East rav Street. 15tf Salem g. Worden one the several american railway Union men charged with having wrecked a Southern Pacific train during the strike in july last causing the death Engineer Clarke and four United states soldiers at san Francisco was convicted murder in the first degree. The jury offered no recommendation. The penalty is death life imprisonment. Paste this itt your hat. Hunters have been interested Here late As the Quail season approaches in regard to the text the act passed last Spring. The Law makes it illegal for any one to take Quail beyond the limit the state. It is also illegal to sell expose for Sale Quail in any Market place to sell Quail at any time. Violation this Law is punishable by a Fine not less than $25 and not to exceed $50 and the costs prosecution. Senator Sherman Speaks marriage permits. James a. Barry Elizabeth Burkel. Jesse d. Haskins Mamie b. Crowl Adolph Wyder Sophia Alt. Win. H. Wires Dora Edy. Charles Henry Jennie Marks. Joseph c. Bowers Anna m. Nixon Joseph Dietzs Lucinda Penrod. Jno. m. Romig. Win. G. Jamison Anna j. K. Quin Nett. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remained unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead tragic death Edward Morgan while resisting arrest. The Village Pike run barn Hill was thrown into a state excitement last saturday night when it was discovered that mrs. Fannie Boath had been criminally assaulted and left unconscious in a shed some Little distance from a Saloon kept by one Windom Jones. It appears that the woman had been drugged stupefied by something having been put in liquor. She had been to the Saloon Jones and drank there and states that she did not drink enough to make her drunk. When the woman was found she was unconscious and was taken Home and a physician called who stated that she had been drugged. She course did not know who assaulted her but when she regained consciousness stated that she had Beon to the Saldon Jones. Suspicion pointed toward Jones and sunday morning Louis just arrested him suspicion and had him give Bond for his appearance. Monday morning affidavits were filed charging Jones Edward Morgan and John Morris All with assaulting the woman. Warrants were placed in the hands just the marshal and he started to execute the writs. He first arrested Morgan who according to the testimony the marshal resisted and refused to go. He the marshal thereupon called for the assistance Emerson Penick. Morgan then it is claimed resisted and tried to pull away when just Drew his revolver and fired two shots toward the ground near the limbs Morgan for the purpose frightening him into submission. As the testimony goes Morgan jerked Loose at the same time reaching for his hip pocket and threatening to kill just who then fired at morgans breast. Morgan ran Forward about 30 feet and fell dead. He never spoke after he was shot. The Ball ii doubt entered the heart. The dead Man was then carried to a residence near by. The marshal then went in search Jones and Morris who had fied. He traced them by the Way Uhrichsville and Trenton to Lehns Valley where he arrested them and brought them Back to Pike run. Just sent word to Coroner Downey who held an inquest Over the body Morgan. Downey thought Best to order just to give himself up to the officers the Law for a hearing. Or. Just gave himself into the custody the peace authorities and demanded a hearing. Tuesday an affidavit was sworn to by Young Morgan s father charging just with unlawful killing and filed with Louis Welty j. P., new Philadelphia. John s. Graham the prosecuting attorney appeared in behalf the state and e. M. Bailey attorney for the defendant. The Case was thereupon continued until thursday next week. The defendant was requested to give Bond in the sum $800 for his appearance. The other two Morris and Jones who were charged with assault upon the woman had a hearing before mayor Oliver at Pike run tuesday afternoon. They were held under bail $500 each to appear in common pleas court to answer the charge. It is said the testimony tended to show that the woman had been drugged while in the Saloon and that she was taken to a Coal shed while in a condition that she did not know what she was doing. The woman that went to the Saloon with her went to Tell the husband the woman that was assaulted and he at once went in search his wife and in passing the Coal shed three Fellows ran out and he the husband claimed were Morgan Jones and Morris. He went into the shed and found his wife lying there unconscious and As stated before was taken Home and a physician called. If Jones and Morris Are guilty they should receive the full penalty the Law. Morgan met an untimely end and is beyond the jurisdiction courts. It is a great misfortune that he had a vicious temper that has caused his parents so much grief. After the hearing just we will give the substance the testimony. What we have Given was the testimony before the Coroner and the hearing before mayor Oliver. And shies his Castor at Mckinley a theories. From a special dispatch to the Cleveland Leader monday says senator John Sherman in an interview published in the new York world to Day says in regard to the recent elections a a i am not inclined to claim that the Victory will be permanent. The people May become As displeased with the republicans before Many years and administer to them As crushing a defeat As they have administered to the democrats this year. I would certainly not attempt to forecast what is to come this revolution. The people punished the republicans in 1890 and 1892 and now they have changed. To say that they cannot Are not Likely to turn Back again is to make a stronger statement ban i would care to venture. I do not regard the present result As an endorsement the Mckinley Bill a demand the part the people for Radical Tariff legislation. There wiil undoubtedly be some members who will regard it As such but i hardly believe the party will enter into any extreme legislation this kind. The republicans went into an extreme the question in 1890 because they had absolute control All branches the government. In the same Way the democrats went to an extreme in this Congress. A i do not know exactly what to think the result this election As it bears the Silver question. I believe the Silver sentiment has grown much stronger in the South and West but in the East generally in Ohio Pennsylvania and Illinois in particular it is much weaker than it was either in 1890 1892.�?� . Sherman is mistaken the Silver sentiment having lost ground in Illinois Ohio and Pennsylvania. The fact is it has gained largely in Ohio. Or. Sherman a views Are no doubt prompted in this respect by his desires and personal interest. The Money Powers Are scared for they see that free coinage is bound to be the leading Issue. Tariff will be lost sight incoming campaigns. Correspondence. News gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. Baltic. J. F Zanesville is vis Ising his parents and friends in this Vicinity. Miss Elma Lechner Canton spent monday Here. Mrs. A. A. Deafen Bali and Little son Adrian after a pleasant visit three months with friends Here have returned to their Home in Boston. Miss Naomi Norris Bakersville is making her Home with her Uncle and attending our High school. The Baltic schools Are in Good condition. The teachers Are working successfully and the pupils Are interested and Earnest in their work. Three our stores have been making exchanges and in the future Crile a Troyer will carry Only provisions. Chas. Dresher dry goods and notions and Geo. Mizer boots and shoes. John Geib one our Farmers left for Chinette ind., tuesday where he and his family will live in the future. Or. And mrs. Kuhn Massillon and mrs. Espenschied and sons new Philadelphia Are visiting the Hoffman families. Mrs. Troyer and family Millers Burg after a few weeks visit Here have gone to their new Home in Butler ind. Democrats Are feeling sore after being swamped last wednesday. Furs furs furs Friday november 23, the agent Walter Buhl a co., the leading furriers will be with us with a full line furs fur wraps fur setts and fur trimmings. Ladies desiring anything this description will do Well to Call and see their line. 47-2 j. Burry. Removal notice. Having moved my dressmaking parlor across the Street from my old stand to the second floor Over the office . Hendershot i respectfully invite All to Call and see me in my new quarters. Mrs. Miller. 2 real estate transfers. H. J. Kuhn it al., to David Newton part lots 353 and 854, new Philadelphia $873. G. D. Grimes to John Burry lot 15. Ragersville $ 1,500. James c. Johnson to Charles s. Johnson lots 13 and 14, Dennison $2,100. Samuel Slade to Mark b. Whittaker lot 21, port Washington $200. Michael j. Medler to Minnie c. Benson lot 10 Donnison. $000. to Christian and Mary Kugler lot 7, new Philadelphia $350. Sarah and a. Wynett to l. Wheland part lot 22 Gnadenhutten $850. Emma g. And a. Brown to j. Dona hey lot 157 new Philadelphia $3,000. . Sperling to Emmett e. Stocker lots 26, 27, 28 and 29 port Washington $100. Win. R. Foster to Jacob s. Foster 40 acres Auburn $1,200. John Weber to Osmond Salmon. 25 70-100 acres Dover $325. Achsah and j. G. Wells to Clement v. Me Clusky a acre Mills set a a. S. Johnson it al., to a. T. Hanna lot 2 Dennison $800. Frederick Cappel to Abby sheets lot 1 Dennison. $1,500. John Edie to r. Ii. Wainwright 514-1000 acres Warwick $300. Martha a. And Charles Bartles to r. H. Wainwright 1 10-100 acres Warwick $1,000. Alfred Davis to John Burkhart 28-100acres Sandy $240. Louis Fritz to Alena Burgess 23 acres Dover $1,750. Zenus Drumm to Alice j. Fox strip land Gnadenhutten $325. Fred Graff at Blakes Mills can sell you anything in the grocery dry Good notion Boot and shoe line As cheap As any place in the county. Try us once. 44-6 about rag carpet. As a great Many people will Likely make carpet rags this Winter for their Spring carpet perhaps a word two from the Weaver would not be out place. Cotton rags should be Cut not Over three fourths an Inch wide and Woolen cloth not Over one half an Inch wide. Cut them so that when you twist them they will be about As thick As a common slate Pencil. Twenty five cents Worth dyes for the White rags will add wonderfully to the appearance your carpet. In my experience find this to be the Best Rule. A. A. Gibson. Port Washington. Geo. N. Oakleaf who has been residing in Columbus for the past five years came Home last saturday eve to visit his parents for a few weeks. The youngest child e. H. Burrell has been very sick for the past few Days but is improving slowly. Richard Prosser and wife new Philadelphia Are the guests miss Nina Walton. Miss Lizzie Grossarth daughter Chas. Grossarth. Died very suddenly at Newcomerstown sunday eve. Her remains were buried tuesday at this place. Miss Allie Rhoads Gnadenhutten. Is Home with her Mother mrs. Clara Rhoads for a few Days. Since the election . Roenbaugh gets around As though he was never troubled with the gout Etc. Miss Pearl Porter teacher in Salem township visited her parents at the county seat saturday and sunday. Fred Rizier jr., is very Low with dropsy w. B. Stevens and wife and h. L. Sperling and wife Uhrichsville Are tie guests s. Slade their father in Law this week. Mrs. Lucinda simmers an aged lady fell and Hurt herself last saturday. She is confined to her bed. Hurrah for old Salem we Are the boys that fear no noise. Why old Holmes Isnit in it f / lace curtains Are Selling cheap a Burnsides. 47-2 if not claimed by George Korns Augustina Mattei Edward Prysi Mary Slitter Margaret Zimmerman mrs e r Brown Edward Gintz win Earnest Jennie Graham Clara Hughes letter office nov. 26. 1894. John Brishela Albert Johntson Manus Patton Jennie simmers Daniel Wardell Hayes Burgess Hue Brinkman Frank Hill Mol lie Coleman Authur Bowers c w King please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. A great Many people ask a where can i get Good fresh butter a just try Spring Bros. Amp Holzwarth they keep it at All times and at Down prices. Go Dett words about horses. There is a great Deal saving a horse in a walk. Find some Way keeping horses Busy All Winter. Thus Only will they keep sound and be ready for hard Spring work. It is expensive to warm ice water inside the Stock. If you must put frosty bits in some Mouth let it be your own. There Are Oats in a Curry comb. There is More profit in coaxing than in kicks. If they throw up their Heads and act timidly look after your stable Man. Such acts speak louder than words. Carry the bridles with you to the House when you go to breakfast and Dut the bits near the stove while inn thanksgiving Day services. Rev. G. Smith the lutheran Church will deliver the Sermon at the annual a Timon thanksgiving service which this year will be held in the presbyterian Church. All the congregations in the City Are invited to take part in this service. Hour worship 10 a. M. A Strong boy. New York has developed another Strong boy in the person Emil Jarrow who is now 18 years age. He does some wonderful feats strength among which Are writing his name the Wall with a 40-lb. Dumb Bell suspended from his wrist lifting a 300-lb. Wooden horse and holding it at arms length lifting 860 pounds dead weight from the floor without harness any kind putting four 20-lb. Chairs one and then grasping the lower round the one standing raise the whole at arms length and Over his head and Many others. He Only weighs 132 pounds and is frail in his make up. He was born Strong and did not acquire it by training. New pleas Cowrt. Letitia is , it co Novit note. Elizabeth b. Testers is John prayed for. Kittie is Harvey . It and Alimony prayed for. David Aubihl is Peter Relief prayed for. Mcgowan Bros is Chas. J. for Money asked and equitable Relief. Lena Hammond is Geo. damages claimed for Selling liquor to husband. Emma Mccleary is Luther prayed for. Al n to a 1 a a Union Bank to Freeport Mazon 111. After being a Verona test dry duh for the boys. for the children. For the Young Man. For the Ohl Man. For the poor Man. For the Rich Man. overcoats in All its details at the new Philadelphia business College. The Best system Short hand known. It is taught at no other school. Students always succeed in applying it. Write now to w. Shott pres. 47tf in Georgia a Fine hound which had been sent to a citizen Gordon recently returned to its former Home in Eastpoint within thirty six hours after its departure having travelled the entire distance about 128 Miles through a country it had never been through and with no one to guide it. The dog was boxed up before it was shipped to its owner and for a portion the journey was kept in a dark Orleans times dem. The most simple and practical system Short hand in use is taught at the new Philadelphia business c61-lege. You can get it at no other school. Write to Dav for terms. 471f carelessly tying horses in the stable with nothing but ropes around their necks has been the cause the death enough horses to have paid for first class halters for All the horses in the country. We have Given a. Blk push pc soothe. Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nuts Cio usand fret from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. David Maurer the tailor has just received some the latest designs fall and Winter goods which he will make up at very reasonable prices. Call and see goods. 41-4m the twin cities Bediali Wilkins Washington i. C., came to Uhrichsville the latter part last week but left sunday before casting his vote. A. Romoser Uhrichsville and chief train dispatcher the c. L. Amp. W., is off a weeks vacation visiting relatives in Marion county Joseph Loeb was in Pittsburg last week business. I. E. Demuth the made a business trip monday last week. Mrs. Jane Morris departed for her Home the guest her sister mrs. Alexan Der Latto Uhrichsville Milton Hines has been employed in the Lorain steel Plant As Foreman one division. Miss Lydia Wyckoff Uhrichsville attended a party at Waynes Burg Given by miss Strayer that City recently. Mrs. B. Thompson Uhrichsville who has been in Columbus to regain her health returned with . Thompson who was in that City attending the Shiner banquet. Mrs. Charles Thompson and son who have been the guests Cleveland friends returned to their Home in Uhrichsville wednesday. Oliver Welch the Ohio state University at Columbus came Home tuesday to spend a few Days. . J. E. Cummings Rockwell City Iowa and miss Laura Romig Uhrichsville wednesday last week. The ceremony was performed by Rev. H. Romig at the Home the brides parents. Miss Romig was a teacher in our Public schools but herself and husband will now take up their residence in Rockwell City Iowa. Our sincere congratulations go with them for a Happy future. Rumor has it that a soft drink bottling works and a Cigar manufactory will lie erected in Uhrichsville. Let them come As we Are in need Many such enterprises to Boom tie twin cities and increase the labor demand. The Buckeye Brick works were not in operation during tie past week owing to some necessary repairs being made. Now that the election is Over and tie great Stum bling Block is removed we insist that a hard times be buried hence fort i and forever. On last thursday evening a goodly number m iss Lottie Clarks friends gave her a pleasant Surprise it being her eighteenth birthday. Games and dancing furnished tin amusement. The contract Fres coing the m. E. Church was let to George Vav. Oliver who will be assisted by John k. Myers Steubenville. Porter and wife Uhrichsville visited friends in Gnadenhutten sunday last week. I r. Cash Uhrichsville made a trip to new Cumberland saturday. Or. J. E. Groves Uhrichsville is suffering with an attack diphtheria which he contracted while giving medical Aid to Jewett patients. Loyd Timberlake and family Uhrichsville Are visiting relatives near Flushing. Robert Stewart county treasurer Harrison county was in town tuesday. Mrs. M. A. Godfrey West Newton o., has been the guest her daughter in Uhrichsville. Miss Lizzie Scott Dennison has accepted a position As teacher at Germano Harrison county. The body an unknown Man was found tie pan handle track East the Dennison Yards sunday morning last week. No papers could be found by which to identify him. In Light weights. In heavy weights. In Light colors. In dark colors. In smooth goods. In rough goods. All at prices that Are suited to lean purses. Browne g Myers clothiers tailors furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio. N a a a Money my if Yon want it a Verc nats overcoats �111111111111111iiiii11ii111ii1111ii1111111ii11111111111111ii11111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111ii11111 Iii ill Spring Bros. Amp Holzwarth = do not run All Over town for wanted. Tailors and Tailo resses wanted to underwear hosiery gloves 9 mittens Fascinator i but make a i straight shoot for Spring Bros amp Holzwarth. Rheumatism cured in a a Mystic cure Lor rheumatism and neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 Days. Its action the system is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefits 75 cts. Sold by . F. H. Gentsch druggist new Philadelphia. 46-9m Tea Salesman a Good reliable Man to sell teas coffees spices and baking powder to families in new Phila. And Vicinity. Bond required. There you will find the largest and Best selection in the country. Tie prices male oar competitors 1 h a woj i 5iiiilhilllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiiiii

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