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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 29, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. There is Only one Royal Road to for Lune and that is paved with Type. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday november 29, 1894. Number 49. Burnside 13 coming to the front. Honest and fair dealing together with Low prices have so increased his business that he has been compelled to enlarge his store room by adding fifty feet making a room ninety feet. Look out for his they will be open by december 1st. Buy Early while you have the assortment to select from. Witch this space each week. A it Burnside new Philadelphia Ohio. Gust Masgai Edge a Fine game in each i la. Package 9 lion Coffee u until Christmas. Many different kinds j suitable for it drink lion Coffee Sand get All these it Fine parlor games. If your dealer Doea not keep it for Sale write a Bis name and address that to May place it Sale there. Woolson 8pice co., Toledo Csc Bitoria a comment. It is predicted that two years hence Wilson will go Back to the House with the largest majority Ever Given a representative from w. A. There seems to be Gold in Kentucky. Last saturday near middles Boro $8,000 in Gold nuggets were taken from an excavation at Lone Mountain. People Are flocking to the place to learn the truth. A russian Church has been dedicated at Streater 111. It is built entirely the remains the russian Vestibule in the manufacturers building at the worlds fair and every portion it came from Russia. The populists party polled 1,041,628 votes for president in 1892. This year they polled 1,636,000, a gain nearly 600,0 h. If the infant keeps growing at that rate it will make a fair sized party in a few years. Youngstown has had a Good Deal trouble lately with bad meat be i ing shipped to her citizens. The j Board health has taken stringent measures to prevent it if possible. The Public health should be pro i tested at All hazards. Additional local fourth Page. Local melange. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. He has wrestled with this problem the color has left his Cheek it is will the thanksgiving Turkey furnish hash for More than a week ? i a number railroads Are now cutting Down the Force their Section hands to one two every five Miles hut at the same time adding More Force to the gang officials so to raise the Hue and cry the Road not meeting expense. Look out for some big wrecks now. Probate court proceedings. November 19. The criminal court probate adjourned to monday nov. 26, at 10a.m. In re. Guardianship Jessie e. And Bertha l. Fredenbur first account filed and suspended. In re. Isaac Fulk an alleged insane person application for re admission into Hospital for insane filed. Will win c. Penick commission to take election widow returned and filed widow elects to accept provisions will. In re. Guardianship Caroline w. Wolf Etal Bond $4,500 filed letters issued to Christina Wolf. Estate Samuel Meyers final account filed and suspended. Nov. 20. Assignment Frederick Maurer report dividends lied. Estate Elizabeth Hagan final account filed and suspended. Esta Isaac Riggle first partial account filed and suspended. Estate Richard Powelson first and final account with resignation administrator with the will annexed filed and suspended. Nov. 21. In re. Louis Menapace and Dom Enick Convene declaration intention. In re. Guardianship Henry Stah Licker an insane person fourth a Quot out filed and suspended. Nov. 22. Assignment . Swihart amp co. Application chattel mortgage for distribution hearing demurrer w. A. Corea demurrer overruled defendant excepts. Nov. 23. Will Sarah Fout admitted to probate and letters testamentary granted to Isaac couts Bond $6, xxx. Estate Sarah Fout appraisers appointed. In re. Elizabeth Bridenstein inquest lunacy patient adjudged insane. Estate George w. Mien final account filed and suspended. In re. Guardianship James m. Smith supplemental final account filed. Assignment . Swihart amp co. Application chattel mortgage for distribution Appeal Bond Given and approved and transcript filed in court common pleas. Estate vim. R. Kennedy first account filed and suspended nov. 24. Estate Margaret a firkin first and final acct filed and suspended. Will and codicil thereto Peter Paulus admitted to probate. Estate Jacob Pfingstag Sale Bill filed. In re. Guardianship Frank Crawshaw third account filed and suspended. In re. Guardianship James b. Wright it Al first account filed and suspended menus lined leather gloves for 25 at g sen a user amp sons. 48-3 the Farmers Champion. We take pleasure in informing our readers that the Ohio Farmer is offered for the remainder this year and All next for Only one Dollar. Its circulation is now Over seventy five thousand paid annual subscribers. It goes into every state in the Union and into Many foreign countries. It has enlarged to 20 pages and is one the Best most enterprising and instructive farm papers in America. It is published at Cleveland Ohio and is National in everything name. It is an 80 column weekly 52 issues a year. Its proprietors Are its editors while the associate editors Are m. E. Williams and w. I. Chamberlain both men National reputation As practical agricultural writers. Among its contributors Are those who have gained a National reputation As the Best in this country and Are known wherever the Best agricultural papers Are taken. Its proprietors spare no expense nor labor that promises to add to its interest and value and maintain its reputation As the Best and most widely circulated Dollar weekly agricultural journal in America. Specimen copy and Premium list will be sent free to All applicants by addressing the Ohio Farmer Cleveland Ohio. Agents wanted. Liberal terms. A Maiden lady died in Illinois the other Day and in her will it was found that the editor her Home paper was bequeathed the whole her Fortune amounting to $65,000. She gave her reason that the perusal his paper had Given her Many Happy hours. We wonder if there Are any appreciative Maiden ladies who read the times in this Section. It was reported that the Valley Road would be reorganized in the interest the w. Life l. E. But that has not been consummated yet. The b. Amp Has been negotiating with the is Bond holders for a reorganization in its interest. The b. Amp Would be Likely to extend the line to this City at least if not through to the b. Amp At some Point. Such a move would surely he advantageous to both lines. The editor the new York express made a Hue and cry that president Cleveland a horses at Washington were it has just now transpired that the editor in chief that paper one the shepherds a has six horses in his stable All which have been mutilated by Docking and that too by his orders. As that paper is a bitter Republican Sheet it had forgotten to pick the Mote from its own eve. A number the members the National Republican congressional Campaign committee Are making threats that if carried out will make the next meeting in the House representatives very Lively. It is their intention to throw out the entire Virginia delegation which is democratic. They have no reason for this except that their candidates did not get votes enough. Such an outrage would be a Good club for the democrats to use in the next Campaign. Japan seems to think that China should make concessions to her in a More direct Way than through arbitrators. She feels very grateful to United states for the offer to assist in settling the War wants China to come to time and make the right kind offer before she will Call the dogs War she wants China to negotiate through Dun the United states minister in China and not through the president. So after All the United states holds a most conspicuous place in the estimation Japan. Let us Hope that the War May be settled to the satisfaction All concerned and that through the United states. The Chicago Tribune rep is slashing into Mckinley ism that will not augur Good will to the would be Napolean and Bis followers. In a recent Issue the Tribune says these persons seem willing to Shipwreck the Republican party once More in order to appease the greedy demands millionaires and trusts. They Are Blind partisans who done to care whether their party is in Power in the minority so that the grasping desires syndicates can be carried out. The Protection which these Fellows Are clamouring for is immoderate Protection they want Protection which shall prevent Competition. But whoever prevents Competition is a Public enemy and the Republican party cannot afford to allow itself to be forced into any such position. If Mckinley ism is admitted to be so objectionable it surely follows that the Wilson doctrine must be a decided improvement. Wheat is 56 cents. Buy window shades at Burnsides j h a. Parmelee the woodworker the Little son Charles Dick is the sick list. Mrs. Norman Pratt has been quite ill for several Days past. Or. Henry Booth was in Pittsburg business this lace curtains Are Selling cheap at Burnsides. 47-2 j mrs. J. Wagner Tuscarawas Avenue is ill diphtheria. Mrs. Or. Of Donnell is visiting her daughter mrs. E. L. Arnold in Massillon. Miss Ida Myers has returned from a visit several weeks with friends in Vanwert Ohio. Miss Johnson Cambridge was the guest Maggie Walters last week. A working girls Home is to be established at East Liverpool By the w. C. T. U. All goods marked in Plain figures at g. Senhauser amp sons dissolution Sale. 48-3 mrs. Ferd Gentsch entertained the qui Vive club with love feast at her Home last week. Miss Brainard St. Albans Vermont is the guest mrs. Inez Adams North Broadway. Miss Nano Booth will give a drive we Hist party this wednesday evening. About 75 guests Are invited. A Man by the name John fou a Painter by Trade dropped dead at str Surg monday. It Burnsides has the Best line ladies and children a Hose for the Money in the City. 48-2 Noah King and wife Miami county Indiana Are the guests w. B. Hostetler this City. Mrs. Alex. Andrews and miss Andrews Chicago Are the guests mrs. Dugal this City. Mrs. J. L. Strong and miss Bertha Whitcomb Chicago Are the guests their aunt mrs. Roland Kurtz. N. C. Beechy returned Home last week from Indiana ill pneumonia we Are glad to hear he is about again. Bert Amos Lamartine Carroll county Ohio has been spending a few Days with his Mother in this City. Len w. Morrison travelling passenger agent for Plant system steamship and railway lines was in the City for a few hours monday. Mary Barnard Little daughter Jonathan Barnard Goshen died last thursday and was buried sunday. She was one year old. Great bargains Are now being offered in dry goods and Coats at j. H. Kinsey a. 48-2 mrs. W. B. Walton Mother Jas. B. Morrow chief editor the Cleveland Leader has moved to our City and will reside n. Sixth Street. John Humrickhouse and wife and mrs. Simon Bixler All Emporia Kansas Are the guests father a Solomon Humrickhouse Tuscarawas Avenue. F you ought to see the wonderful bargains in glassware Burnsides. 5 and 10 counter. 48-2 Thomas Laughead aged 80 years father the late John d. Laughead this City died last week old age. Or. Laughead was one the pioneers the county and resided a farm near Newcomerstown. If you want to no. 1 yellow Corn Call j. M. Hummell. 49-4 the River Mills co. Pays 65, for wheat. 48-2 we made a Brief Call at the big store Garver Bros. Amp co., while in Strasburg last saturday. It was like a Bee hive in hustling and buzzing. About 21 22 clerks were actively engaged waiting the throng customers. The Crown fire Clay co., above Dover had intended to shut Down during the month december so As to tear Down and rebuild the Bridge Over sugar Creek their orders Are pouring in so fast that they will have to postpone that work indefinitely. \ for Fine hanging lamps and Parlours lamps Burnsides takes the Lead. 48-2 merchants Are getting in their Holiday goods and soon the show windows will be packed with Christmas articles All kinds which will make glad the hearts Young and old. Merchants can Best reach the people through the columns the times. Isaac Shamel Uii Richville died monday. His ago was 72years. He leaves a wife son and daughter the latter the wife Stewart a. Romig the architect Dover. 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. The first annual Ball and entertainment the a. O. F. Of a. At the big four opera House to night promises to be a popular and entertaining affair. The wedding miss Maggie Walters and j. B. Westhafer did not take place As announced last week account the illness the latter. The marriage has been postponed for a time. We Are glad to know that . Westhafer is improving in health. 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. H. Kinsey. As a result the Row Over Campaign assessments levied the employees the state institutions Steward Watson the Columbus Hospital for insane today handed in his resignation to take effect dec. 15. This was demanded by the trustees. W. Diehl Cleveland was immediately elected to the position. Diehl is a Tuscarawas co. Bov. Correspondence. / one Good parlor stove for Sale cheap. Enquire at Wells drug store 48-3 new Phila., Increased expenditures anti decreased receipts has caused a deficiency in the Post office department $9,243,935. Mob Lawas it has been in the South so it has become in the North. It is Only a question time if crime is permitted to go unpunished that Lynch Law will be As popular As it is in Southern states. Just look Over the past few months and see How women and children have been outraged and murdered in Ohio. Take As a late instance the Case in Paulding county we Here a big Burly negro rapes a Small girl and then with his companion a Mere negro boy murders both the girl and her Little brother. A confession has been wrung from the boy and the details Are too horrible and sickening to publish. The whole four counties surrounding Paulding county w Here the crime was commit Ted Are the War path and it is All the authorities can do to keep dodging the angry mob with the prisoners who Are promised a death More revolting terrible than their victims. It is hard that innocent children should be the victims and it is becoming unsafe to Send a child to school unattended. We do not favor Lynch la if these outrages Are kept up from time to time right Here in Ohio we say Swift Southern Justice is the Only Medicine that is a preventative to future crimes. Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire at this office. 48-2 an interesting foot race will be Given at the athletic grounds thursday thanksgiving Day Between e. W. Mathias and e. Huston Denver colo., for a purse $200 a Side. H. 8. Mathias and f. have the race under their supervision and admission 10 will be charged. Ladies free. Race at 2 . Sharp. If you w ant to see pretty albums go to Burnside a Bazaar. 48-2 j when we published the report premiums the Street fair we had a mistake. The report said that John Hinig got 2nd Premium parsnips w Hen it should have said John c. Abbuhl 2nd Premium. We wish to give Justice to All and . Abbuhl having won the prize it is right that the Public be so informed. Isaac couts aged upward 70 years and one the Early settlers the Vicinity new town this county we As a caller at the times office Friday last. Or. Couts is a Well informed Man with Good business qualifications who attends to con i Sid Erable Legal business in the settlement estates notwithstanding his age. But few men Are preserved j in mental vigor like . Couts. A fellow by the name William Clague an alleged plumber had some advertising done in the times a few months ago and also ordered the paper sent to him. He left this City and went to Monroe mich., also forgetting to make amends honorable to this office. He is a Slick one. Dover papers Are in the same Box As a family at Malvern Carroll co., o., held a funeral one Day recently Over the demise a pet canine. A Glass faced coffin we As used and the grave we As sunk to a depth three feet. Mourning was we Orn by the family. 8o far As Learned a Monu ment has not As yet been erected to Mark the last resting place his do ship. How about this brother Herald ? a dispatch to the Cleveland Plain dealer the 23rd says Clara Streb Bolivar aged fifteen years died wednesday from the effects Poison introduced into her system by vaccination several months so. 8he enjoyed the Best health up to the time she Wras vaccinated for some cause her system we Ould not eliminate the virus and it gradually wore her Young life away. A rapidly moving train the fort Wayne railway was crossing a trestle spanning Tremont Street Massillon sunday night we Hen Thomas Johnson a negro tramp Barber aged 26, Uii Richville attempted to alight from one the cars. He struck his head the Bridge in the descent crushing his Skull and breaking his neck. Tiro Craw Ford county this state has a Saloon keeper who posted a notice that his place Wras no resort for men who had poor families dependent upon them nor would be sell them a drop any stimulants whatever. All he asked was that he be notified the standing and condition the men who frequented his place. If this we Ould be carried out All Over the land it we Ould redeem Many the starving families. See the Fine dinner sets just arrived at the new York Racket store. We can give you the genuine English we Are just As cheap As the american. 48-2 mrs. Jacob Cook Beaverdam Valley died Friday last consumption. She leaves two children one 3 years old and the other two months old to be cared for by the husband. The funeral took place sunday the remains being buried at Holmes Church. It is sad we Hen the Mother is taken from the Little ones such is Earth. The funeral we As largely attended we hich gives evidence the appreciation the deceased in her neighbourhood. Fred Graff at Blakes Mills can sell you anything in the grocery dry Good notion Boot and shoe lint As cheap As any place in the county. Try us once. A 44-6 in his ambition to get married in some extraordinary manner Emerson Hensel Navarre o., selected the town pump at Bolivar As a tryst ing place and met his blushing Bride miss Emma Barkheimer Sherrodsville there. They waited until school we As out and we Ere United in the presence a Large and enthusiastic Crow d by Squire fall and we inter suits made to order in the very latest styles by David Maurer the tailor. 41-3m the first lecture the y. M. C. A course for this we inter was Given in Eagle Hall last saturday night by . A. A. Willitts. There we As quite a goodly number present and the old . Made everybody Happy subject was a Good one Home. He seemed to Bubble Over with his heart filled with love for All and especially for Heads families. Some one no doubt went Home w Ith new resolves to do better. He preached at the m. E. Church at 11, at the lutheran at 2 30 and at 7. The House was filled at each service. His 73 years does not seem to Bear heavily upon him and his voice is full and Strong. Menus overalls 25 at g. Senhauser amp sons. 48-3 news gathered by oar Busy corps special news gatherers. Baltic. Mrs. Norris and daughter Zelma Bakersville spent last sunday with relatives Here. Miss Cora Hoopingarner Winfield is the guest miss Jessie Metzler. Or. And mrs. A. A. Hoffman attended the funeral mrs. Baughman at Millersburg last sunday. Or. And mrs. Treck we Rentto Bloomfield last monday to attend the funeral Daniel fair. Mrs. Metzler and daughter Edith visited in Coshocton last wednesday. Our schools we Ili be dismissed wednesday evening for the week. Miss Lucy Madison will spend her vacation with her parents at Bloomfield. Preaching services were held in the m. E. Church monday evening by the pastor Rev. W. Maughiman. An entertainment will be Given at the lutheran Church thanksgiving evening. Miss Nellie Schimmel visited the family prof. Sahli at Scio for several weeks lately. Miss Cora Stephan the Evans Creek teacher spent saturday and sunday Here with her parents. Or. And mrs. A. A. Denzler rejoice Over the arrival a Little son in their Home. The Hunters our town had a select Oyster supper at hotel Mizer last saturday evening. Go to mrs. Ada Russel a millinery store for bargains. We Are closing out goods regardless Cost. 48-2 i. O. O. Are the officers elect for the ensuing term Bethesda Encampment no. 39, i. O. O. F. Held Friday evening last chief patriarch Geo. W. Bower9. Senior we ardent Frederick Glauser. Junior wardens a. N. Shuck. High priest Daniel Gannon. Scribe i. A. Correll. Treasurer Louis Zollner. Trustees a. . Dodd John Arnold and b. N. Shuck. Notice the Post office will be open thanksgiving Day from 7 to 9 . And 6 to 7 . D. Wyss . Obituary. Or. Frederick Miller died nov. 23, 1894. He had been afflicted the past nine ten Modt Lis we Ith that much dreaded disease cancer. Its seat was in the right jaw Bone and its work was terrible. His friends had expected him to die a hard death contrary to the expectation he passed peacefully away surrounded by part his family. He was conscious to the last moments and bade his friends goodbye. For several weeks past it had been difficult to understand what he said owing to the condition his organs speech. He we As born in Maechel Prussia december 28, 1835, and we As therefore aged 58 years 10 months and 25 Days at the time his death. His parents a brother and three Sisters emigrated to this country in the Spring 1843, we Here he has resided Ever since. In 1867 he we As United in marriage to miss Margaret wine Garth and to this Union were born twelve children seven boys and five girls. Of this number eleven still survive one son having pre needed his father. Beside the children he leaves a wife one brother and two Sisters to mourn the loss a devoted husband father and brother. He had been for Many years a member the German lutheran Church port Washington and until his recent sickness was Seldom absent from Public service. He put his entire Trust in god and bore his terrible sufferings with patience and fortitude. He was a kind neighbor and always willing to lend a hand in cases need. He will be greatly missed in this Community for he had hosts friends which was attested by the Large crowd that attended his funeral which was conducted by Rev. Schoettle and he was Laid to rest in the cemetery at port Washington nov. 25, 1894. A chair is vacant a voice is stilled a void is left that cannot be filled. Horse killed. The switch engine and tender the c. Amp p. Branch were backing Down the track near Dover at the crossing Wooster Avenue saturday when it came in Contact with horse belonging to a Man by the name Thomas breaking the Back the poor brute and cutting it badly in different places. The animal Lay and suffered for some time before it was put out its misery. It was a very Good horse and will be quite a loss to . Thomas. A novel trip. F. J. Fleming Midvale has built a Small steam boat rigged it in Good style and in company with . Curtis Carlisle pa., and Ira v. Miller new Philadelphia will Start a trip to new Orleans monday december 9th, and will go by Way Ohio canal Muski Ngum Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. They go a business and pleasure trip will photograph scenery Enro Ute and will spend two months the Way to new Orleans. After that they will go up the Gulf Mexico to Rio grand River and up that River a Long distance. In the Spring they will return to the Mississippi and will make a voyage up that River and the Missouri. The trip will occupy a year at least. The boys Are ail Good Fellows and will have a Jolly time. A correspondent for a Pittsburg paper will be with the company . Miller new Philadelphia will represent the times and will furnish some interesting letters no doubt. There will be five persons in the company. We wish them a Safe and pleasant trip. Menus overcoats for $2.00 at g. Sen Hauser amp sons dissolution Sale. 48-3 trouble ahead for saloons. The state food and Dairy commissioner is hot the Trail and is inaugurating a warfare against Saloon keepers and others who sell liquors. He has caused warrants to be issued for the arrest several Saloon keepers in different parts the state charging them with Selling bottles whisky which contain from four to six ounces upon the representation that they Are the penalty is $60 Fine thirty Days imprisonment both. From now the commissioner intends to prosecute Saloon keepers throughout the state for this offence. Mrs. Margaret Steitz wife we. Steitz Auburn township and the Mother Peter Steitz Ragersville and John Steitz canal Dover died Friday nov. 16, 1894. She was buried monday at Ragersville Rev. Schneider the German reformed Church Ragersville and Rev. Helmkampf the German evangelical Church canal Dover officiating. Mrs. Steitz was born in Kriegsfeld Rhei Platz Bavaria and was aged 77 years 4 to. And 22 Days. She came to America with her family in 1849, and located near canal Dover where they resided until the Spring 1858 when they moved to the farm in Auburn township there residing until her death. To . And mrs. Steitz were born 8 children five whom preceded her to the spirit land. Those yet living the two above named and mrs. Jacob Groh residing the Homestead and who is now tenderly caring for her aged father who is in his 80th year and in All human probability will soon follow his beloved wife to the unknown world. Mrs. Steitz became a member the German evangelical Church in Germany while quite Young remained a consistent member thereof until she removed to Auburn township when she joined the German reformed Church Ragersville being an Active member until her death. She leaves in addition to her family 10 grand children two Brothers and Many sympathizing friends to mourn her departure. Notice to the citizens new Philadelphia and Vicinity All the dry goods stores will be closed thanksgiving Day. The same old game. It does seem As though Farmers would learn after a time that they will surely be swindled when they play a stranger at his own game. But Here is another William a. Jones a Farmer near Booneville Ross county was showing a stranger who gave the name Smith his farm which Smith wanted to . In their rounds they met . Tom Jones Tennessee whom Smith knew. Smith and Tom Jones got to boasting their ready Money. Jones Tennessee bet $14,000 he could show More Money tomorrow than Smith and he put up the Money. Smith had Only $7,000 and he asked Farmer Jones to lend him $7,000 till tomorrow. The Farmer complied and the $28,000 was locked in a tin Box before his eyes and put in his keeping and the next Day he broke the Box open and found Only Blank paper in it. The bunco men were gone. 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 real estate transfers. Frank s. Roe to Tabetha Stegall strip land Dennison $1500. Jasper Vanfossen to j. P. Moore 60 1-5 acres Washington $1406. Clara and Ellsworth a Ridgway to Jacob a. And Emma e. Page lots 28 and 29, Uii Richville $600. Jacob neighbor to j. W. Nicode mus 45 acres Oxford $1200. C. G. Titus to Elizabeth j. Titus 80 acres Perry $1100. Harriet m. Horning it Al. To Victor Hinig 65-100 acres Goshen $165. G. W. And Esther j. Bartholow to Flora be Ingrey 36 acre Newcomerstown $650. Henry Oppihle to Mary l. Barnes lot 11, Dennison $450. . Wallace to Minnie b. Elson lot 16, Dennison $1100. Maurice Moody trustee to a. M. Ramage it Al lot 4, Dennison $150. Maurice Moody trustee to a. M. Ramage it Al % acre Mill $1. Elizabeth Staneart it Al. To Johnson Quillen 1-10 acre and lot 4, Mill $1100. Sarah Fout to Rolla a. Murphy strip land Westchester $125. R. A. Murphy to John e. Smith lot 34. Westchester $175. Rosina and Gottlieb Gasser to Herman Schloo lot 11, Philipsburg $300. John Mellor to Allen Harstine 154 acres Salem $3234. Minnie Schloot a administrator to Philip Wenger part lots 7 and 8. York $262.50. Amarilla Livingstone to Jas. A. Wright 10 57-100 acres Mill $212. 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 Congress is to be asked to appropriate $2,500,000 annually for ten years for the improvement the Ohio River its entire length. 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 new Phila., It is found that the president has authority under existing Law to exclude German products in retaliation for discrimination against american cattle. overcoats Ujj 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 amp Myers m clothiers tailors furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio. A a a a a a a Money bail if Yon want it. A overcoat is Verc Nast Aii Iii his it a new according to a special dispatch to the Pittsburg Post there is warfare among the religious people in Minerva. The trouble began when Rev. Earl Willy who came Here during the past year As a member the disciple Church and who for five years so it is said was an actor preached a Sermon in which he stated that to save a Man he must be baptized by immersion. A number the people Minerva had not been immersed and they took occasion to oppose such views. Rev. Or. Shum Ueker the lutheran Church and other ministers answered Willy from their pulpits and ridiculed his statement. As a result the people Are at loggerheads Over the affair. There have been four similar upheavals in the town. If in need clothing done to fail to attend the great dissolution Sale at g. Send Mauser amp sons. 48-3 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 if you want to pretty dinner sets go to Burnsides. His prices Are always the lowest. 48-2 cases. A common pleas court George Limbach is James for Money. Jacob Stahleker is Quot Lewis Stah Lecker it for Money. Albert e. Wills is John Kaderly and Frederick Glausser for Money. Jacob Dietrick exp rvs Margaret Heese it to construe will. Geo. W. Laporte is the Village for Money. Phoebe Bash is Samuel c. for Money. John w. Lytle is Eliza action for damages for sending claim out the state for collection. J. B. Fry is Della prayed for the ground wilful absence Gross neglect duty and adultery. 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 marriage permits. John a. Nusdorfer Cora Weaver. Luther my Cloary Amanda Brown j. N. Hartline Minnie p. Shutt. William 8. Reed Mary a. Zingery. Emerson Hensel Emma Barkheimer. Emmer. Dole Susannah simmers Hugh a. Pettiss Alice c. Sproul. John a. Page Lynea a. Hines. John e. Harris Iona a. Moore. David Crump Nannie Gilmore. William Lane Mary c. Jones. Quincy r. Sage Ida Knauss. Ohio weather. The publication the following data compiled from the record observations for the month december taken in Ohio for a period 12 years will prove interest to the Public showing As they do the average and extreme conditions the More important meteorological elements and the Range within which such variations May be expected to keep during any corresponding month temperature. Mean Normal temperature 32 Deg. The warmest december was that 1889, with an average 41 Deg. The coldest december was that 1887, with an average 2 5 Deg. The highest temperature during any dec. Was 78 Deg. On the 11th, 1889. The lowest during any dec. Was �?32 Deg. On the 19th, 1884. Precipitation rain and melted Snow. Average for the month 2.48 inches. Average no. Of Days with .01 an Inch More 11. The greatest monthly precipitation was 6.52 in. In 1883 at Washington c. H. The least was 0.50 in. In 1885 at Ainger. The greatest precipitation recorded in any 24 consecutive hrs was 4.00 in. On the 24th 1883 at Washington c. H. Clouds and weather. Average number cloudless Days 7. Average number partly Cloudy Days 9. Average number Cloudy Days 15. Wind. The prevailing winds have been from the Southwest. 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. M. Prices All clothing underwear hats etc., reduced from 25 to 50 per cent during the dissolution Sale. 48-3 g. Senhauser amp sons. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remained unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by dec. 10. 1894. I Chas Walton Jane Updegraff i mrs Alex Rogers Andreas Platz Ben Swatman Edwin Patterson mrs Elizabeth Morris mrs Adam Max Daniel Jones mrs Maggie King Jakob Gernand Mary Carrigan Abbie Frey please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. The Grain crop Russia is estimated by the agricultural ministry that country As follows wheat 272,000,000 by. Against 336,000,0u0 last year Rye 792.000,000 Barley 176,-000,000 Oats 674,000,000 Maize less than half last years crop. The Best place to educate for business is at the new Philadelphia business College. Send for special Low rates. 47tf for Sale. A Tarm 14736 acres first and second Bottom land Good Rich Sandy soil Good two store dwelling Good stable and out buildings some fruit Well watered Good Well at the House Public Road one half mile to school and one mile to Small town and Church. Terms to suit pure has . This is a Choice farm. Call s. Moore agent. 45-tf persons wanting Coal will leave Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. G. W. Mathias. Excursion rates. On nov. 28th and 29th the c. L. Amp w. Will sell excursion tickets to All local stations and to Cleveland., Good returning nov. 30th, account thanksgiving. J. W. Mccombs agent. Another feeding trial. W. P. Halliday Cairo 111., reports the following i give you As requested the following result feeding 35 hogs wheat for one month my farm at St. Johns 111. Weight hogs sept. 27, 6,595 . Oct. 27, 8,990 gain 2,396. Average gain per head per month 68 3-7 . Average gain per head daily 2 a . Gain 2,395 . At 4% per lb., $113.79 fed them 169 by. Wheat at 45, $76.05 net gain per month $47.74 gain for each by. Wheat fed 14 1 9 . Profit for each by. Wheat 283you will note that they have made a much better gain the last 15 Days than the first 15 Days although not quite so profitable As they have eaten so much More feed. The first 15 Days we fed them Only 48 bu., the last 15 Days they have eaten 121 . The first 15 Days we received 34 per j by. Profit the last 15 25,which gives i us an average for the month 31 profit our wheat. Christmas is coming. Tea Salesman a Good reliable Man to sell teas coffees spices Ana j baking powder to families in new j i Phila. And Vicinity. Bond required. For terms address grand Union Tea co., 307 Market St., Pittsburgh a. What to is a question. Buy nothing what is i useful. We show you a line goods that is Only such. Read Over this list you May see 1 what you want. A coat the latest style. A Cape fur cloth. A dress pattern the latest style. A table cloth with napkins. A table cloth without napkins. A must some kind. A set furs a Towel Dresser cover. A Chenille table cover. A pair blankets. A pair kid gloves for ladies men. A Doz a handkerchiefs. A dozen initial handkerchiefs. A silk Muffler. A purse a tie. A Fascinator a Hood. We will Endeavor to from now until Christmas to show a line goods adapted for the holidays and if you want to them where you 1 can the Best for the least 1 Money Call us. M if you want flooring siding ceiling sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee Mill East rav Street. A Jiff for i pm Woolen Mill All Nec 1 no l Essary machinery at a great bargain. Address Strickmaker amp Hass 48tf canal Dover 0. For c a i b a hotel 21 rooms a a Waal Good location near rail i roads. Will be sold at a sacrifice. Steick Makek amp Hass 48tf canal Dover A 1tew Philadelphia Ohio. 71iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiii

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