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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 22, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday november 22, 1894. Number 48. Compulsion Sale # obit Oral Footen Tittl a Wool has taken a rest but prices Are steady at from 19 to 25 cents a so says the the new York Tribune. Of course we take their word for it. The mexican government is preparing for War with Guatemala. These Semi Barbaric countries Are not Content unless engaged in War. The yawning Gap in the Treasury caused by the Mckinley Bill requires another Issue Bonds to Bridge Over until the new Tariff Bill has taken effect. The by the first april the new Tariff Bill will find thousands friends who were opposed to its passage. A saving the contents the Money purse always talks. Instead wages going up As was promised by a number stump speakers Republican proclivities they Are still being reduced. Yes workmen you will find How you have been duped. Boston clothing House new Milt p Iii 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. Regard ass Cost 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 tend to from present indications the Republican majority in the next House representatives that it is liable to be somewhat top heavy and a fight for the spoils will ensue. Additional local fourth Page. Local melange. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. From Gree land a icy mountains to indians Golden strand a six clock car from Dover is the coolest you la find in any other land. Wheat is 65 cents. The Czar All Russia is Twenty six years age and is ruler Over 126,000,000 people. In All his greatness and splendor he trembles for his life and is ill at ease. Henry Watterson is now telling the Good democrats what they ought to have done and what they should do now. Perhaps Henry would like to take the Lead. It is easy to egg a party by words work is what is wanted. It takes defeats after defeats to kill democratic principles. The party is used to it and take it As a matter fact. In �?T96 the same old stand will be made and from indications another landslide is in store for those who laugh now. I a vote the Republican ticket and wheat will reach a Dollar a Bushel within three my hts a was the startling head lines in the Cleveland Leader. You still get 48 cents and will for the next year. Wheat will never get up to 80 cents in three years unless the crop is reduced. It is nip and tuck Between new York and Chicago As to which is the greater. At last accounts a new York is taking in All the suburban towns within a radius Twenty Miles. Chicago is now making overture with Milwaukee springfield1 and lesser towns to come into the fold. The country is to he afflicted with a pair lecturers that could Well be spared. Waite the Cranky governor Colorado who was so unmercifully sat Down upon in the last election and Willi Breckenridge the Madaline Pollard affair. Where Are the Law and order society the humane officers England France Germany and Russia seem uneasy for fear the United states government will become the arbiter to Settle the difficulty Between Japan and China. These belligerents would much prefer their War question settled by a wholly disinterested government and will from present indications Call upon the United states As mediator. Now is the time to strengthen our commercial relations with China and Japan. We in the feeling for free coinage Silver is growing rapidly in this country As Well As in Europe. Congress should give that question attention Early in the session. The Demonti nation Silver and a restricted coinage has done More to injure the but in anticipation Farmer than any other act Legisla go flit ulsness. Buy window shades at Burnsides j h a. Parmelee the woodworker Christmas comes tuesday this year. Alonzo Vancil Waverly 111., is visiting friends in this City. London Wallick left wednesday for Dayton where he will go into business. Mrs. Latimer Custer Denver colo., is the guest a l. Custer East Avenue. You want to read the advertisements in this Issue. There a Money in it for you. Great bargains Are now being >fp0inl feed in dry goods and Coats at j. H. Kinsey a. 48-2 you ought to see the wonderful bargains in glassware Burnside 6 and 10? counter. 48-2 take a squint at our supplement. There is Good and useful Reading in it and profit thereby. Mrs. And mr9. Gallagher Pittsburg and mrs. Fribley Hopedale spent sunday with father and Mother Custer East Avenue. A. W. Silcott it. Vernon was in our City a few Days last week business. Or. S. Was formerly clerk courts Knox county. Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire at this office. 48-2 the next annual election officers for Andrew Crawford Post no. 6, g. A. R., this City will be held monday night dec. 4. Judge Mansfield will hold the next term common pleas court in this county. Judge Douthitt will go to Cadiz and Steubenville. A flock wild geese attacked a 12-year-old boy near Alliance and picked his face and hands until they bled chronicle. Buy floor Oil cloth at Burnsides married by Rev. J. B. Rust at the parsonage saturday nov. 10, 1894, Adolph Wyde Rand miss Sophia Alt both this City. Met a. Samuel Fagley Blakes Mills was granted a pension $12 per month monday this week and $2 per month each for 3 minor children. For Fine hanging lamps and parlor lamps Burnsides takes the Lead. 48-2 Quot next term Franklin College new Athens o., begins january 2. The unprecedented attendance this term will be increased. Same Low rates. Send for catalogue. If you want to see pretty album go to Burnside a Bazaar. 48-2 e. E. Schlauch Westchester pa., spent a couple Days in our City this week the guest his Cousin mayor e. S. Souers. Or. S. Is an All round newspaper Man. An evidence returning Prosperity is the fact that All railroads Are Short cars and can to Supply the demand for the conveyance Coal and freight. Married at the presbyterian parsonage by Rev. J. C. Kreusch nov. 13, 1894, James c. Vanderwerff Cleveland o., and miss Mary m. Chaddock Tuscarawas co., Mrs. Isabel Mcgrue Iowa a sister Simon d. Beck deceased is visiting her nephews w. E. And s. J. Beck. It has been Twenty five years since she paid a previous visit. Menus overcoats for $2.00 at g. Sen Hauser amp sons dissolution Sale. 48-3 i Peter Brand Uhrie Svile has been in the City Selling pianos and organs. John Aeling front Street purchased property in Dover and is moving thi3 week. Merchants the advertising space the times is limited during the holidays so you had better be the grounds Early. The Best places go to the one who comes first. Spring Bros. Amp Holzy Earth have something new to say this week see their and. Isaac Fulk. Of Strasburg was lodged in jail monday to await an inquest lunacy in the probate court. He has shown signs insanity and has made threats to Burn property. It was thought Best to take him into custody. The Street railway company Are removing their switch from fair Street Down near the Public Square opposite the times office. The Extension the line Down East Avenue made it necessary to change the passing it will accommodate passengers too. If in need clothing done to fail to attend the great dissolution Sale at g. Senhauser amp sons. 48-3 e. D. Foskett Berea Ohio who has been in new Philadelphia for a month working in the interest the Royal Arcanum returned Home tuesday. Bro. F. Made Many friends by his gentlemanly deportment while in our City. Or. And mrs. D. T. Tidrick Massillon were the guests her father David Swinehart this City wednesday. Or. Tidrick is a contractor at building. He gave the times Sanctum a Call. Menus overalls 25� at g. Senhauser amp sons. 48-3 Peter Paulus an old and esteemed citizen Jefferson township near Philipsburg died the 8th inst. He was aged 71 years 2 months and 8 Days. Six grown up children survive him. Funeral was sunday at Philipsburg 11th inst., and was largely attended by relatives and friends. Postmaster Sears Orrville engaged in a lottery scheme in connection with his office duties was arrested Friday and taken to Cleveland. Scars is Secretary a bicycle concern and he wrote a letter to a party in Canton notifying him that he had drawn a bicycle in a lottery held by the concern. Things Are pretty shaky for poor folks. A committee has reported that 216 families american railway Union men Are the verge starvation and 400 unmarried men destitute in consequence the Black list enforced by the railways against the men who struck last summer. So Denver is in hard Luck also. A costly Stottash up. Freight train 71 and work train 43 the c. L. Amp w. Came together at Warmington three Miles South Massillon saturday. It was a head end collision both engines and 20 Coal cars becoming scrap Iron and kindling Wood. The wreck was caused by the work train flagman misunderstanding his orders. It seems that train 43 was returning from the mines with loaded cars and conductor Mcdonald sent his flagman to Massillon to hold 71 until he reached the Yard with his train hut the flagman for some reason let the train pass him and the result was they came together at a 20-mile-an hour gait. The engineers both locomotives together with their firemen jumped hut Rosenberry one the engineers was caught before he could get out the Way and was pinned under one the engines dying instantly. Engineer Darwin Barker Massillon and firemen Chas. Shaver and Jacob Hoffman Lorain were All More less painfully bruised and injured internally. The wreck is one the most destructive in the history that Road. If you need the service a detective at any time Call e. W. Mathias new Philadelphia He has become an expert in that line. 47-2 the River wheat. Mills co. Pays 55<> for 48-2 a new building being erected soon at Judy Corner we must close out our Stock if you Are in Good need a Tion since the organization the government. The Price farm land will increase 30 per cent when Silver is restored to its place with Gold and farm products will likewise increase. Now is the time for the Farmer to raise his voice against the Money Sharks. We must stand by the Farmer if we expect to maintain a government the people and for the people. Give us free coinage that american product basis 16 to 1. I \ it you to travel will Many Miles to the Boston clothing House to buy it anything we have. Remember the place at the Boston clot lion House. Judy Corner new Philadelphia Ohio. Why the Bond Issue failing revenues make necessary the Issue Bonds to maintain the credit and meet the obligations the government. The responsibility is easily located. President Cleveland. When he took office the 4th March 1893, was confronted by a depleted Treasury unable to meet its obligations and with the Harrison administration preparing to Issue Bonds to cover a deficiency. No matter what party is in Power the government credit must he maintained and to do that the president is invested with the extraordinary Power issuing Bonds. This condition failing revenues and an empty Treasury was brought about by the operations the Mckinley Law and the extravagance the Harrison administration. Take one items that sugar. Prior to the Mckinley Law the customs receipts from that one article were something Over 860,000,000 a year. This was entirely Cut off by the Mckinley Law. To this loss must he added the sugar Bounty paid out the Public Treasury. The Mckinley Law was in operation four years from october 1890, to sept. 1894. It is fair to compute the loss Revenue from the operations the sugar schedule As follows customs taxes at #6<>.<x>0,00< a year for 4 years at least.#240, .000 sugar Bounty estimated. 80,000,000 total loss to the Revenue in the 4 yrs operation Mckinley sugar Here e t a a s k Ora Carpenter Dennison was lodged in jail last week the charge burglary. It is alleged that h broke and entered the stable Fred Erick Cappel and stole a lot bar Ness. Judge Douthitt disposed 216 cases during the term court just closed. That beats any record Ever made in Tuscarawas county at any one term court. The docket will he cleaned up each term. Lace curtains Are Selling cheap Burnsides. 47-2 the first lecture the y. A course will he Given at Eagle Hall saturday night by . A. . He will also occupy the pulpit the lutheran Church the following sunday evening. A go to mrs. Ada Russel a millinery store for bargains. We Are closing out goods regardless Cost. 48-2 the new Philadelphia and Dover real estate Agency buys and Sells property stocks merchandise Etc. Money loaned in any sums. Offices times building new Phila. And 43 third St. Canal Dover. Menus lined leather gloves for 25< at g. Senhauser amp sons. 48-3 a buy pretty dinner schedule #570,000,000 we have the reason told briefly and truthfully the necessity the government Bond Issue. It comes directly from Mckinley legislation sugar in the interest the Trust. But some one says the people got free sugar. Not a bit it. It was Only the Trust that got free Post. Forty first class building lots Best streets in new Phila. For Sale easy terms by new Phila. And Dover real estate Agency. Offices times Block new Phila. And 43 third St. Canal Dover. Last week in speaking the circuit court Bench we said that the new Bench would be Pomerine Fol Lett and Adams. We should have said Jenner instead Follett As it was his second term that expired. Miss Beulah Morgan came Home this week for a Brief stay. She is doing quite Well in Dover and new Phila. In painting and teaching. Miss morgans artistic ability is highly appreciated at Home and chronicle. Mrs. Win. Steitz near Ragersville died last Friday. She was the Mother Peter and John Steitz and if we remember right she was a sister John a. Wagner Dover. We have not received the particulars and will give a More detailed notice next week. \ done to fail to see the bargains in millinery goods at mrs. Ada Russel a. The Stock must be closed out in the next 30 Days. 48-2 for a wedding party cake you should go to Junkins City bakery. He makes a specially that line. 2 Norman w. Bean Midvale has sold his Barber shop resigned his position As postmaster and started monday for Albuquerque new Mexico to remain for a season for the Benefit his health. Or. Bean is an upright and honorable Young Man and we wish him a speedy recovery. He will write an occasional letter for the times. A Fine line trimmed hats will be closed out at Cost at the millinery store mrs. Ada Russel within 30 Days. Call at once and secure your bargains. 48-2 make some one Happy thanksgiving. Those who have plenty should remember that there Are Many unfortunate people among you who Are sick and destitute that would relish some Sweet morsel from your overburdened tables. As you have prospered let your thanks go out in kindly remembrance the poor and needy. If you want to sets go to Burnsides. His prices Are always the lowest. 48-2 Levi Biddle near Shanesville died monday morning nervous prostration. He had suffered for some time with a complication diseases and being Well up in years at last succumbed. Or. Biddle is highly spoken As a citizen and neighbor. He had been engaged a farming and gun Smith work. He leaves a wife and Little grand daughter that he was raising. All goods marked in Plain figures at g. Senhauser amp sons dissolution Sale. 48-3 j. Brady Westhafer son commissioner e. B. Westhafer and miss Margaret l. Walter daughter the late Frederick Walter and sister auditor e. , Are to be United in marriage to Day thursday at 12 clock m. At the Home the brides Mother mrs. Sarah Walter w. High Street by Rev. I. the m. E. Church. Both Are excellent Young people and we wish them All the Joys wedded Bliss. One Good parlor stove for Sale cheap. Enquire at Wells drug store 48-3 new Phila., Obituary. Edward Tilden Morgan born May 6th, 1876, at Massillon Ohio died at Barnhill Ohio nov. 12th. 1894, aged 18 years 6 months and 6 Days. The remains were prepared for burial and removed to the Home his parents in Sherrodsville Carroll county Ohio nov. 12th. Interment took place at Leesville thursday afternoon nov. 16th. The Flowers were numerous and Beautiful and As we frequently hear persons say a Flowers have a language then indeed they speak volumes As to the esteem in which he was held by his Many friends. Two special coaches the w. Amp. L. E. Were crowded to accommodate the relatives and friends who accompanied the deceased to his last resting place at Leesville. A Large number friends from Barnhill also Many from a distance attended. It was the largest funeral Ever held in the town. Rev. J. D. Alpeter delivered the funeral discourse in an eloquent . And mrs. Morgan desire to thank John Stevenson John Klein . Swihar tand their Many friends and old neighbors at Barnhill for the kind attention Given in preparing their songs body for removal to Sherrodsville. Also their Sherrodsville friends and neighbors for their Many acts kindness during their sad bereavement. We feel grateful to undertakers s. Davis Sherrodsville and . Swihart Barnhill for their untiring services in earring for the remains our Hoy. J. Death John d. Murphy. Or. John d. Murphy a prominent Farmer and resident Stone Creek Valley aged about forty years died very suddenly last Friday apoplexy. Or. Murphy was a son Jonas Murphy deceased a Well to do Farmer Stone Creek. John. D. Murphy was a Stout Hearty Man and went a out the farm As usual he Felt sick then went to his Home and expired in a few minutes. His sudden death was a Shock to his family and friends. He leaves a wife and son the latter probably 15 years age. He had by Industry and frugality accumulated quite a competence which will support his family handsomely. Samuel Murphy Jonas Murphy jr., and Luther Murphy Are Brothers All residing in the Vicinity. Mrs. We. Limbach mrs. Christian Hertzig and mrs. Adam Maughiman Are Sisters and All reside in the Vicinity Stone Creek. The deceased was an honest upright Man respected by All his acquaintances. His funeral took place tuesday. He has been a Reader the times for Over 8 years and we greatly regret the loss a warm Friend and Patron. Furs furs furs Friday november 23, the agent Walter Buhl amp 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. Real estate transfers. T. D. Neighbor to Incorv a Village Newcomerstown 2 1-5 so. Rds., $50. Jacob and l. F. Kratz to Joseph and Sophia , 70 4-100 acres Warwick $3,000. Mary l. And g. S. Barnes to Hattie Marshall 1-5 acre Uhrichsville $000, sheriff Adams to Stephen Donnell 64 acres Fairfield $870. Stephen Donnell to . Forney 64 acres Fairfield $900. A trios. J. Evans to Frank e. Davis lot 3, Uhrichsville $500. C. D. Grimes to Cora a. Hathaway lot 80 new Phila., $250. C. to Kate Hathaway lot 81 new Phila., $250. Joseph Michel to s. B. Latourrette lots 17 and 18 Dennison $1,000. Louisa j. Latourrette to Joseph Michel 9 acres 61 perches Warwick $2,000. Mina e. Mcclimon to c. E. Molesworth 22?, perches Uhrichsville $1,500. Gardner amp Johnson to t. S. Dutton lot 1 Dennison $200. Nancy t. to it. , lot 8 Dennison $165, w. J. Cd Onley to Ira , lots 10 and 11 Dennison $350. Alvin Vinton to Frederick Hertzig part lot 39 new Phila., $482.40. Robert Hanna to Mary a. Hicks North 2 lot 1 Ontario Mills $1. Peter Paulus to Christian and Caroline Arbogoast 79 57-100 acres Jefferson $1,800. Mary c. And Lydia it. Stocksdale to mar tin Stocksdale 1 acre Dover $100. I. Ii. Tron Ley to s. P. Mizer 1574 acres Bucks $3,840. D. H. Troendly to John Cline 224 acres Bucks $500. George Welty trustee to g. E. Huffman 4 lot 12 new Phila., $600. Valentine wills executors to Godfrey so Leiter 154 acres Goshen. $976.50. Jacob Kratz to k. Wainwright 66-100 acres Warwick. $900. Nich. Hert to it. H. Wainwright 73-100 acres Warwick $1,000. 1 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 what to do. Done to expect the editor to know everything and to find out the news. If you have friends visiting you Are going have taken a trip know any item news Send word to the editor make a Point to go and give it to him and do not blame him if you Are overlooked and not mentioned in the paper. Some people think that the items in the weekly paper Are easy to get but in that they Are mistaken for it requires much labor the part the editor. Done to keep the items news from the paper and then say they do not get the news. Send in All the news. Do so each week. Done to Send one item and then quil for it is an every week Job. The new York Racket store has just received a Fine line in lamps water and wine sets also toilet sets. Prices to suit the times. Secure your Holiday presents now. 48-2 a a advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named s. S. Urfer returned from Cleve land tuesday with a third addition Coats and wraps. The ladies Are respectfully invited to Call and see them. Thanksgiving Day services. Rev. G. C. Smith the lutheran Church will deliver the Sermon at the annual Union 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. Try the five cent loaf bread at Junkins City bakery no. 122 East High Street. 47-2 the Best place to educate for business is at the new Philadelphia business College. Send for special Low rates. 47tf marriage permits. J i Aldridge Ada m Wilson. George a Minton Jennie e Ying Lii Frank w Brothers Mary a Morgan. Jay Ricketts Mable l Botimer. Edward w Thompson Mary Baker Charles e Yackey Mary e Tomer. James c Vanderw Erif Mary Mcc Haddock we a bakery Lydia Rennecker James a Barry Elizaboth Berkel. Esse d Haskins Mamie b growl. N. Thanksgiving. As is the usual custom our coun i try the president has set Forth the j 29th Day november As a Day j National thanksgiving. On that Day As far As practicable All business will j he suspended and the people Are and j Mon shed to repair to their various j places worship and hold special j services offering thanks to god for our continued Prosperity and peaceful relations with the nations the Earth. While there has been much distress during this year panic and trouble yet there is much for which we must All feel grateful. No pestilence Scourge has swept thousands our Fellowmen from us As in other lands and the Harvest Lias been Good in our land. As a nation we have i great cause to offer thanks. On this Day the families hold their annual re Union coming from far and near to once More gather round the old Hearth at Home and to see the loved ones. There will he some faces missed and some vacant chairs for each year some must pass to the beyond. The fatted Turkey will he killed and the tables loaded with All the Good things the land. All will be Joy and smiles the incidents and the accidents the past year will he related and everything will go a was merry As a marriage there will he hundreds just such scenes in our land but a far different picture might he drawn for a one half the world does not know How the other half the Home is desolate no looking Forward for the arrival loved ones no fatted Turkey is killed notable loaded with Good things no work for the father Mother not Well no cheerful comfortable Home nothing to he thankful for. Ere the Day is at hand let each one do All that he can in order that it May he a Day thanksgiving in Many those dark Homes. Even Small gifts Are thankfully received. A Turkey Chicken a few potatoes bread anything will make the Day one thanksgiving. Many a Home is now made Happy through the generosity the employer who opens his heart and his purse and sends each his employees Home thanksgiving eve with a Large Turkey for which he is most grateful you May rest assured. A the lord Loveth a cheerful so be generous to the poor and give to those who Are needy thus you a blend unto the lord a and Many a heart is made to rejoice. S. Notice account not receiving any mails sunday the Post office will hereafter be open sunday Between the hours 8 and 9 clock a m. Nov. 18, 1894. D. Wyss i. Are you afflicted with atty kind chronic disease afflicted Reader we offer you health. We can cure you if it is in the Range human possibility hut remember chronic diseases Are progressive a they thrive by neglect therefore do not procrastinate. The France medical institutes staff physicians have been investigating and treating All forms obscure delicate chronic diseases for Many years. During this time they have developed a system treatment and discovered remedies with which they Are Able to cure even after other remedies have been used in vain obstinate lingering maladies both sexes. The first step toward a cure is a Correct diagnosis. Their methods Are based upon scientific principles and Are successful. Diagnosis is both a science and an Art. Call before the disease has worked irreparable injury. Or. Ottman the France medical Institute by request Many friends and patients has decided to visit new Philadelphia monday nov. 26, 1894. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. To 6 p. One Day Only. Under a Law passed last May next year an additional duty will he imposed upon assessors. The Law provides that a assessors shall make a list All persons who served in the United states army Navy Marine corps during the mexican wars and the War the rebellion designating the rank company regiment Battery vessel in which he these lists Are returned to the county auditor who files them with the auditor state. The Law imposes a Fine from $5 to $100 for refusal neglecting to do this work. A overcoats to a Verc nats 88 for you eff a for the boys. For the children. For the Young Man. For the old Man. For the poor Man. For the Rich Man. overcoats a a 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 f Myers clothiers tailors furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio. A a a a a a a Money Back if Ion want it a Verc Aalst Verc Aalst the Fine dinner sets just a below remained unclaimed in this Rived at the now York Racket store. Emma i Arrer marry Kepler s j Malernee Frank w Leggett g l Smith it is Only possible for february to have five sundays three times in each Century unless through some chronological Freak the Century comes in with a leap year with the first Day february a sunday. The five sunday february this Century have been those 1824.1852 and 1880. The next time this oddity we ill occur we ill be in 1920. Burnsides has the Best line la Dies and children s Hose for the Money in the City. 48-2 the Carroll county grand jury Wal return indictments against a dozen miners who Are alleged to have planned and executed the destruction w. Amp l. E. Railroad Bridges at Sherrodsville during the strike in after dark were struck by a South office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by dec. 3. 1894. Ii j Baker Geo Binder it w s Angel Emma Berger a in. Goldberger John Marz we Lenhart Lydia Miller mrs m e Rockwell French Thompson. Please say a a advertised when ask no for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. Forty bundles new Wall paper just arrived. These Are the first next years styles paper. New ones arriving now every week. Wells drug store 48-3 jew Phila., If you want flooring siding ceiling sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East rav Street. 15tf card thanks. We. Steitz and family desire to express through the columns the times their sincere thanks to their neighbors and friends for their kindness during the illness the wife and Mother. Two comfortable five room houses eighth Street for rent. Inquire at this office. 47-2 Daniel fair commissioner Coshocton county new ton Speckman auditor and a ten year old son Speckman while attempting to Cross the handle track at Coshocton we can give you the genuine English Ware just As cheap As the american. 48-2 june. It will be shown it is said that the whole conspiracy was arranged at a largely attended meeting in the knights labor Lodge room. Done to fail to see the Fine China pieces in French German and English for the holidays. They Are beauties. 48-2 new York Racket store. / bound freight the vehicle was demolished. The occupants were Al thrown a distance several feet auditor Speckman and his son Bein considerably but seriously Bruise and commissioner fair received injuries from which he will die. His Skull is fractured besides internal injuries equally As fatal. His age sixty five. New pleas court. J. T. Mccullough is Alpharata j Sanders. Motion to revive judgment. Christian g. Wagner is la Vesta m. Wagner. Divorce prayed for the ground adultery. John w. Guy is Thomas Crocker it Al. Appeal Case. Otis m. Clay is Henry Brick amp co. Petition for the appointment a receiver. Samuel Rothacker is Rosa Roth Acker. Divorce prayed for the ground extreme cruelty and neglect duty. The Ohio National b. Life l. Co. Is George Walter. Foreclosure mortgage. George h. Weaver is Nicholas Hert. Action for Money. Prices All clothing underwear hats Etc., reduced from 25 to 50 per cent during the dissolution Sale. 48-3 g. Senhauser amp sons. J. Mckinstry grand Secretary and s. Lytle grand trustee grand Council Ohio both Cleveland were in new Philadelphia monday evening nov. 19, giving instructions and initiating 17 out 31 new members for philos Council no. 390. Next meeting we ill be monday eve. Dec. 3, at 7 p. M., Sharp. Now is the time to get dry goods cheap As we have made a great reduction in prices. Call and be convinced. 48-2 j. U. Kinsey. 9 = ii to the n and Vicinity notice citizens new Philadelphia All the dry goods stores will to closed thanksgiving Day. It becomes a very hard matter at times to manufacture news. An editor usually has just As Many columns to fill whether anything happens not. If people were so inclined they could help the editor out and also make a better paper by simply handing in any Little matter interest they May happen to know. Removal notice. Having moved my dressmaking parlor across the Street from my old stand to the second floor Over the office . Hendershot t respectfully invite All to Call and see me in my new quarters. Mrs. Miller. 2 the Best bred animal with poor care will soon degenerate into the meanest scrub. Junkins City bakery meets All Competition in Price and Quality goods. Try him 47 2 Tea Salesman a Good reliable Man to sell teas coffees spices and baking powder to families in new Phila. And Vicinity. Bond required. For terms address grand Union Tea co., 307 Market St., Pittsburgh a. 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 �111111 Mill iiiiil2 1 Black dress goods 2 3l-j Deji Friday november 23 commencing at 9 clock a. Sharp. Friday is an unlucky Day but everybody will be in Luck who attend this Sale. The Sale will be 10 pieces Black novelties latest weaves 5 pieces Blacks re and storm Serges 8 pieces Black Henriettas. 6 pieces Black Cashmere. 2 pieces Black Alpaca 2 pieces Black Broadcloth. = 10 pieces Black silk also included. Amp and Many others too numerous to mention. We s the prices will be lower than Ever known e before and we Are positive no one will meet them. Every piece will be marked with a new ticket and the old one still remaining so every one can see the Cut we have made. A = if you Haven t the ready Cash 50 cents Down no less we will keep the dress for you thirty Days otherwise strictly Cash 4 = i = fall and Winter suits made to order in the very latest styles by David v Maurer the tailor. 41 -3m now is the time to make things snug before hard Winter sets in. E objection to Corn As an Edge i Sive ration for hogs is that it is a hard Grain to digest take Good care the Young Stock and you will profit by it. P. S. This Sale is Black Only. No Price will be made before Date Sale. We will = convince you that when we make a special Sale i that it is different than Many called such. No f fake nothing misrepresented for the Sake 1 Selling a few Yards goods. The Price we Are 1 1 0 will be for one Day Only. Net a Yard can be bought before after this Sale at the prices we Are going to make. I do not fail to attend this for Aifa we Mill All i ulv it scary machinery great bargain. Address Strickmaker amp Hass. 48tf canal Dover For Al la hotel 21 rooms a uni. Good location near rail roads. Will be sold at a sacrifice. Strickmaker amp Hass Isth canal Dover o

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