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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 4, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Re14ember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. Now that the Tariff matter is settled and business booming try our ads. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday october 4, 1894. Number 41. Democratic ticket. State ticket for Secretary state Milton Turner Gurnsey county. For supreme judge Jas d. Ermston Hamilton county. For school commissioner . J. A. Leach Franklin county. For Board Public works Harry p. Keffor Tuscarawas county. Cab Bitoria Glo tement. County ticket. For auditor Edgar a. Walter Goshen township. For county commissioner Adam Stocker Salem township. For infirmary director George Crater. Dover township. For Coroner Joseph h. Hostetler Dover township. For circuit court judge s. M. Hunter Licking county. For Congress. James a. Richards. Tuscarawas county. Bankrupt Sale there seems to be a moderation in the editorials among the big Republican calamity howlers. The Little Squealer Haven to caught As yet. Local melange. When a Man becomes converted from a Gold Standard idea to a double Standard Gold and Silver Why does he have supporters out trying to convince the Silver its that they wrong and wanting to flood the country with a depreciated Coin the japanese troops have conquered the chinese every hand and now triumphantly marching toward Pekin the Capitol the great Empire. Education and Progress As the equipment in the hands a few can trample Over millions clothed in ignorance. The Shutz amp Bixler Stock consisting Worth menus and boys clothing which we bought at sheriff s Sale and will be sold for Cash Only for about 50 Tats tie Dollar. 50 Call at once g Mauser amp sons new Philadelphia Ohio. Is november election. Tuesday november 6th, 1694. The grand jury Washington has indicted Henry Havemeyer and John e. Searles the sugar Trust for refusing to answer questions put to them by the Senate investigating committee. It May show where some persons fattened their purse. They should be squeezed until the whole truth is Given. The Chicago inter Ocean a Republican newspaper and the very Best in the West said a few Days ago that free Wool was the result a scheme worked by the new England manufacturers who wanted cheap raw material. Now the inter Ocean complains that Wool is higher under the Wilson Bill than under the Mckinley Bill and clothing will be higher than heretofore. It is difficult to keep track the inconsistencies protectionists. The republicans having run out Campaign Thunder because the resumption business All Over the country come out now and say that they were always free Silve rites and that at no time did they wish to Demon time that Metal. This is not in Accord with the recent speeches Mckinley. Flop Why they resemble the hopping Beans now exhibition All Over the land in store windows. Judge Harlan the United states supreme court in passing upon the injunction Case strike injunction judge Jenkins in which he held employees a Railroad company in the hands a receiver had no right to strike reversed him As to that part the proceedings. He holds that it is slavery to Force men against their will to work for a receiver. Judge Harlan scores Jenkins that Point severely and justly too. Any Man company men have a right to quit work peaceably and refrain from work. Any business being in the hands the court makes no difference. Whereas by the Laws Ohio regulating elections it is required by the sheriff his county to give notice before time holding a general election by proclamation throughout the county the time at which said election shall be Holden in pursuance such requirement i William Adams sheriff Tuscarawas county Ohio do hereby proclaim and make known that the first tuesday after the first monday being the 6th Day november 1894, is by the Constitution Ohio and the statutes in pursuance thereof appointed the Day which the qualified electors Tuscarawas county Ohio shall meet in their respective townships at their usual places holding elections Between the hours 6 clock . And 6 clock ., and proceed to vote by ballot for one person for Secretary the state Ohio. One person for judge the supreme court the state Ohio. One person for school commissioner the state Ohio. One person for member the Board Public works the state Ohio. One person for Congress in the general Assembly the United states for the seventeenth District composed the counties Coshocton Licking Holmes Wayne and Tuscarawas. One person for judge the circuit court the fifth judicial District the state Ohio composed the counties Fairfield Richland Wayne Stark Knox Licking Muski Ngum Morgan Coshocton Ashland Holmes Perry Tuscarawas Morrow and Delaware. One person for auditor the county Tuscarawas. One person for commissioner the county Tuscarawas. One person for infirmary director the county Tuscarawas. One person for Coroner the county Tuscarawas. For the Legal conduct this election judges and clerks referred to the Laws Ohio. Given under my hand and Seal at the sheriffs office in new Philadelphia Ohio the 1st Day october a. D., 1894. William Adams sheriff Tuscarawas county Persons wanting Coal will leave Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. G. W. Mathias. For Sale a three year old Bashaw Colt Well broke almost a new buggy and harness. All for $80. In quire at times office. For Sale cheap. As i am now using City water i will sell cheap a first class wind pump Derrick and 60 barrel water tank. I also offer at a bargain my greenhouses which can be moved in sections. Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia o., 31tf we have Given a. Bippus amp soothe. Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nuts pious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. For Bale three Good parlor stoves Good As new for Sale at a bargain. No further use for them Wells drug store new Philadelphia 40-2 that wide awake paper the Hamilton Globe says that a when a Man is not permitted to Rob the Treasury the people who fill it with their earnings he immediately kicks and joins the Republican party. That is what the a sugar planters revolt a Means. The late Donn Piatt observed years ago that the Republican party was held together by the cohesive Power Public plunder and the March these Cane producers who were granted a Bounty $17,000,000 per annul under the Mckinley Bill while the producers wheat and Corn were Given nothing. This desertion democrats into the Republican Camp verifies Piatt a observation. The people who paid the Bounty and got none it getting their eyes open. The sugar refining Trust had the advantage a tax 6-10 a cent a Pound refined sugar under the Mckinley Law. This advantage enabled the Trust to have Complete control the Market Price the sugar that the people this country consumed. It was by this advantage that the Trust was enabled to make a Clear profit $23,000,000 a year which it did during All the time the Mckinley Tariff was in Force though the government did not get a cent Revenue. But it is different with the Trust now. Instead the 6-10 a cent a Pound duty the Trust now has Only the advantage Over the foreign refiner % a cent a Pound its Power to control prices is gone and the profits the Trust beautifully the decline. The result is that sugar Trust Stock is taking a Tumble. When the new Tariff Bill passed Congress sugar Trust Stock was quoted in the Market at $1.00%. Now it is Down to 95% cents. No wonder the president the sugar Trust preferred the Mckinley Tariff. 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 oct. 15. 1894. E 8 Smith s a Swanson Thomas Young Della Lute Smith Wilkin Margaret close Geo w James Maggie King. Or g Freeman j. A. Fisher Florence Johnson Jas Mcnally w e Hagy and Perine Scott. Please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. Excursion rates via Pennsylvania lines for the Alliance fair and races october 10, 11 and 12th. Excursion tickets will be sold from Hudson East Liverpool new Philadelphia and intermediate stations. Return coupons valid until saturday oct. 13, inclusive. Marriage permits. Wilbur Bomgardner a Magnolia Meek. William Wanner Lena Wiener. Ulysses g Evans Rosa m Clantz Chas p Bissmann Minnie White Chas m Ulricht Ella May Roll. I have some the most elegant hats and bonnets and the cheapest Ever shown Here. I buy my goods in Large quantities therefore can under sell any one in the county. 40-2 Mattie Meanor. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Bring us your Job printing. Job printing at the times office. Keep the Street fair your mind. A. Parmelee the woodworker. C. A. Conway is in Pittsburgh this week. Or Tracy Mineral Point was in this City monday. Canal Dover will have a Street fair week after next. Spring Bros Holzwarth pay the highest my heft Price for Driad fruits. Try them. 41 John Joss . And Jesse Rhodes Rode to Massillon and Canton sunday their wheels. Miss. Gertrude Spence visited in Uhrichsville a few Days the guest miss Vin Smith. Melissa Moore Harrison county was the guest her brother same a Moore monday and tuesday. The Best attraction the season will be Loudins Jubilee singers thursday night at big four. Miss Josephine Mcaboy Buck Hannon w. Va., is visiting at the Home Gustav Senhauser this City. The great Eastern band this City left tuesday for Cleveland to play for the knights Templar conclave. Died sep 24, 1864, Mabel the one year old daughter Evan Mathews Goshen. Buried sep 26th, 1894 at Hubbard Ohio. Done to fail to hear the original Fisk Jubilee singers at big 4 opera thursday evening. They still exercise their old time fascination. Mrs. Adelia e. Miller the dressmaking firm Miller amp Fouts returned monday from a pleasant visit with friends in Canton the past week. Mrs. Heny Worcester Concord n. H., who has been visiting relatives in this City left Friday last for Columbus to visit her sister mrs. Hardesty. Mrs. Mattie Potts left saturday for her Home in Detroit Mich., after spending the week at the Home her Friend miss e. Blanche Green Tuscarawas Avenue. George s. Wolf the firm Wolf Bros., returned saturday after a pleasant trip business to Washington a and Pittsburgh. He attended the exposition also. Elegant tips for 50cts. A Bunch and in All shades and Birds two for 25cts. 40-2 Mattie Meanor. The qui Vive club met at the residence mrs. Graham monday eve after a vacation four months to begin again with renewed Energy and interest the Reading for the Winter months. Miss Nana Booth accompanied by miss Ada Kohr went to Cleveland monday. Miss Booth will remain for a weeks visit. Miss Kohr will enter As a Pupil in the Cleveland music school. Or Charles Foehl and sister mrs. Geo. Milliner Cambridge the guests their father and Mother at the Broadway hotel this City. Charles we sorry to say is now quite ill malaria fever. We sell Baker amp Bowmans Best hand turned shoes at $3.50, former Price was $4.00 and $4.50 at 39-4 Myers amp Rosch. The c. L. Amp . R. And the Pennsylvania company will sell excursion tickets to All parties wishing to attend the new Philadelphia Street fair. The rate will be one and one third fare for the round trip. Hannah Peters a widow lady and relict James Peters who resided in the West end town died last week Bowel trouble aged 69 years. She was buried at Byesville Ohio Friday last. She leaves a family grown children. The Fisk Jubilee singers consist ten persons six whom made the six years tour around the world two whom the company who Sang Fisk University into existence at a Cost Over $150,000, they appear at big 4 opera thurs. Day night. Done to fail to come and see my Fin display Nai Linary thursday and Friday this week. T Mattie Meanor. C. E. Cunning has been engaged by Spring Bros. Amp Holzwarth and will be found in the future doing the honors behind the counter. The firm is to be congratulated in securing . Cunning As he thoroughly understands his business polite and obliging in his Intercourse with whom he comes in Contact with. Hon. W. W. Jones the great prohibitionist orator Chicago will address the people at port Washington tuesday evening oct. 9th, the political issues a the cause hard times and the including the financial question the Tariff question capital and labor and the liquor traffic. On these subject . Jones has but few equals having made them a study for Twenty years. On wednesday night oct. 10, he will speak at Gilmore. The local Price for wheat is 50 cents per Bushel. We will now allow 60 cents per Bushel for some wheat subscription if brought in soon. Will allow 40 cents per Bushel for Oats and 80 cents for Corn. But one responded under the past offer and hence this one. We will take potatoes if Nice at 80 cents. This offer is to new sub scribers As Well As to those who owe us. 39-3 the second Day the Street fair oct. 11th, for the first time in this City the famous and celebrated Cleveland base Ball club will be with us. On this occasion our own real estates greatly strengthened will Cross bats with the Cleveland and the finest game base Ball Ever presented to a new Philadelphia audience will be Given. Everybody attending the fair should see this game which will be called promptly at 3 Oclock p. M. A a Cyl Young and chief Zimmer will Battery for the Cleveland. Do not fail to come to our City the 11th, the second Day the Street fair and witness the great game base Ball Between the league club Cleveland and the real estates this City. A a Cyl Young and chief Zimmer Battery for the Cleveland. To take your dried apples Bros. Amp Holzwarth. Spring 41 prof. O. S. Reed Noblesville ind., preaches at the disciple Church this City next sunday morning and evening at 10 clock a. M. And 7 clock p. M. Everybody invited. Robert Swearingen and wife Midvale visited the exposition at Pittsburg last week. He is our prohibition candidate for county commissioner and deserves Success As much As any Man we know . He is a sober industrious honest Man who is successful with his own affairs and who looks upon a Public Trust As sacred. The Uhrichsville fair passed off last week with favourable weather which is contrary to the record for that fair. The Halls were not Well filled in that respect like other fairs but a Large crowd was in attendance both the last two Days which made it a Success financially. The races were very Good. This seems to be an off year for exhibits in the Lall and machinery departments. The Stock exhibits were very Good and we Hope that by another year people will be More interested in All departments. Call Daniel Wyss new Phila Delphia o., for bargains in no. 1 Shade and fruit Trees. His Trees the Best varieties All grafted budded. He Sells cheap. Of the management our Street fair find from All reports there will be perhaps the largest gathering our town has Ever had and would ask not Only the business men but every citizens to do All they can to help make it a Success and account the number people that will be compelled to use the Street it will be impossible to allow driving hitching horses one Block each Way from Public Square Broadway and High Street and As much As possible All exhibits will be brought in through the alleys. We Hope the weather will be fair and streets dry and clean there will be nothing to hinder a big time As far As we know. It is also hoped that everybody will turn out in the Parade whether merchant Mechanic Miner Farmer professor. Done to forget the Date oct 10 and 11. John c. Joss. Prest. Of committee. Deaths. Mrs Catherine Patrick Medill wife Hon. Joseph Medill the Chicago Tribune died monday at her Home aged about 62 years. Mrs Medill was a sister hons. Andrew and a. W. Patrick this City Peter Baumer a respected Farmer near town aged about 70 years dropped dead tuesday at his Home. He leaves a widow two daughter and one son. Samuel Saunders an adopted son . And mrs. J. C. Saunders this City died this wednesday morning consumption aged about 16 years. Fletcher Cahill and wife b1 Uff ton o., in the City a visit the guests j. N. Strickmaker West fair Street. Fletcher is a genial whole souled gentleman and we were glad to take him by the hand monday and renew old acquaintance. A Good horse ruined. Monday Forenoon the stable Man at the Sherman House hitched up . Wallies so a High bred Kentucky Mare to a one horse Wagon to haul some baggage when the shafts became detached and dropped Down her heels causing her to run away. She ran Down Broadway to the River and Back through a Corn Field kicking at every jump and when caught her Hind limbs were terribly Cut and bruised. One the tendons was nearly severed. The animal is suffering dreadfully and May die. Or. Mcdermott is doing All he can to save the Mare. The Driver was jerked to the ground bruising him some. The animal is a valuable one and will be quite a loss to . Wallick. She was a Good family beast and until this occurred had never attempted to run. Lost from a Carriage the streets new Philadelphia Friday sept. 28th, a Mink fur shoulder Cape. The finder will please leave the same at Kaldenbaugh Bank and receive Reward. The n. P. Brewery. The new Philadelphia brewery is an Industry in our midst that Many our people know Little nothing about. It was our pleasure with a Friend to visit this institution Friday last and through the kindness Michael Seibold the proprietor we were shown throughout the entire manufactory. We were surprised with the magnitude its Workings its machinery its immense Hogsheads each which hold 65 barrels and there Many them its Fine ice machine and engine together with its Complete appointments throughout. Quite a number workmen employed Day and night and the product the brewery is pronounced by chemists to be a pure and healthy Beer. We saw a Large amount hops a main ingredient in the manufacture this Beer and in conversation with . Siebold he told us he would rather not manufacture at All than to make anything but a pure and healthy Beer. The output is immense and the shipments extend far from Home. Or. Seibold has recently finished a new and commodious three thousand Dollar barn alongside the brewery which is a Fine Structure indeed. The Carpenter work was performed by Ezra Neff this City and the slating spouting Copper and tin work by l. Zellner and sons. Or. Seibold has has also built about one Hundred Yards Stone parapet along the canal fronting the brewery and barns a very Good and needed improvement. Or. Siebold is always glad to to see his friends and those who have an Eye to Busy Industry should see and hear the hum his great manufactory. We wish our Friend . Siebold continued Success. Take your pipe works orders to Spring Bros. Amp hol Earth. Get half Trade and balance m Cash. No discount. 41 the pict tic at Stillwater. The picnic held at Stillwater station saturday was Well attended. Each political party had a representative present and the issues were discussed from All stand Points. Rev. Jones Chicago represented the prohibitionists. He is a speaker wide reputation and Good ability and held up his party a views with credit. Hon. Porter represented the democratic party and made a Good sound speech. J. C. Castle Dennison defended the views the Republican party in his Antic and sarcastic Way mean flings and innuendoes constituted his argument and Rev. Jones in his closing speech did not Leavo a a Greasy spot him. Thomas Rankin proclaimed the principles the populist party in a general Way. Rev. Dodd followed in the interest god and humanity criticising All the parties and admonishing voter As to their duties in support what is upright and honorable. He is a gifted speaker and made a Good impression. Others had spoken in the Forenoon before our arrival and we do not know the Tenor their remarks. The audience was made up Good intelligent Farmers and their families and All seemed to enjoy the occasion. We under Many obligations to mrs. Jesse Weaver for lunch which we enjoyed very much. The managers this great social and political picnic made a Success it. Correspondence. I not fill to see the e Winter scraps and Cap Cei Ved from new York at j. Kids Eye a. Gant line just re news gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. The twin cities. Rev. T. W. Lane has been returned to Uhrichsville charge for the next pastoral year. Samuel Kipp Dennison a train dispatcher was in Pittsburgh assisting in the arrangement a new time table last week. J. W. Ansell train master was called to Columbus account his wife a serious illness last week. Rev. S. A. Fisher was detained the new Cumberland and Uhrichsville charges at the annual session the Muski Ngum conference the m. P. Church. Three Hundred dollars was Given to Uhrichsville the coming year. Nos. 5, the limited West bound 20, the Pennsylvania special West bound and 20, the Pennsylvania East bound have the time each considerably quickened. Hon. J. P. Forbes Coshocton was the guest c. S. Johnson Grant Street Dennison last week. Miss Nellie Van Ostran visited friends in Conneaut Ohio last week. Miss Kate Ludwig teacher in South Side school building Dennison visited friends in Pittsburgh recently. Miss Nellie Pittenger filled the Yacenty As Supply teacher during her stay. Miss Emma Walker Cadiz was the guest her brother c. 8. Walker South main Street Uhrichsville last week. Hiram Tope Tullahoma tenn., has been the guest his brother John Uhrichsville who has been very ill with typhoid fever but is some better at this writing. Mrs. Belle Mohn Uhrichsville was the guest mrs. M. Tope Bowerston last week. Capt. W. Kirby Lamartine Carroll county was Here attending the fair. J. B. Brann Leesville was Here with a Fine line fur goods which he placed exhibition at the fair. Or. Brann is a Salesman for Worthing amp Alger Hillsdale Mich. J. C. Forbes and daughter Ollie new Hagerstown were the guests c. S. Johnson Dennison a few Days last week. They were in attendance at the fair. W. F. White the Patent Medicine Man Tennessee who has been with us for the past two weeks left monday for new Philadelphia. Milt. M. Fleming Dennison has full control the Dennison opera House. The first show under his management was the Carleton a monster indoor circus and carnival novelties monday night. Married monday sept., 24, 1894, by Rev. B. M. Price at the Home the brides father Samuel Brown seventh Street Uhrichsville we. Hagans Dennison and miss Lulu Brown. They have the Best wishes the writer. Miss Lyde Miller Dennison was the guest friends in Steubenville last week. Rev. James Walls the lately assigned pastor the Dennison m. E. Church preached his first Sermon sunday night in that Church. Capt. A. S. Mcclure Wooster spoke in the City opera House last saturday evening. Col. John Conwell Cadiz was looking after business at the Clay works Here last week. While Here he attended the fair. Ezra Wharton and wife Freeport visited their daughter mrs. W. Laizure fifth Street Dennison recently. B. Ludlow and wife Rock Island 111., were guests l. Ferguson Uhrichsville last week. The Church Stone Creek. Sunday last a Large concourse people gathered at the German reformed Church Stone Creek to hear a discourse by Rev. W. Dreher professer English literature at Calvin College Cleveland Ohio. Rev. J. S. Kozower this City is pastor the Church Stone Creek and this occasion Rev. Dreher preached the Harvest festival Sermon for Rev. Kozower. The Sermon was soul inspiring and Replete with food for thought and the Large audience returned to their Homes delighted with the hour they spent with Rev Dreher. The Church was beautifully decorated with Flowers fruits etc., indicative the subject a Harvest festival a and the audience in the goodness their souls contributed liberally their Means to the cause. Birthday anniversary. The g. A. R. Boys this City together with a delegation old soldiers from canal Dover thursday evening last surprised their Comrade Lewis Crawford who resides near town by calling at his Home in a body and spending pleasantly a couple hours with him and his family. The occasion was . Crawford so a fiftieth birthday and the evening was delightfully spent in music and song. A bounteous repast was served by mrs. Crawford and to the stirring music j. C. Joss drum corps the a old boys did ample Justice to the feast May our Friend Lewis live to end Many such pleasant surprises is t be wish the times. M. E. Conference appointments. At the m. E. Church conference held at Warren the 19th inst., the following appointments for this District were made new Philadelphia District r. M. Freshwater presiding elder. Adamsville Thomas Wood. Bethelot. R. A Quot ates. Bowerstown a. A. Williams. Cadiz a. R. Keys. Coshocton a. W. Craft. Deersville Ephriam cunning. Dennison James Walls. Flushing a. W. Satterwaite. Freeport a. B. Edwards. Gnadenhutten i. C. Pugh. Jewett John Beetham. Kimbolton a. Ewing. Leesville Harland Appleton. Miners Villez a. A. Pierce. Mineral Point a. R. Hoover. New Athens a. C. Collier. New Philadelphia i. S. Winters. Philadelphia Plain a. T. Humble Piedmont a. M. Marsin. Sonora a. M. Kirk. Scion a. S. Secrest. Uhrichsville to. W. Lane. West Lafayette a. F. Ross. When you come to our Street fair take your buggy whip Lap Robe and All your baggage to s. S. Urferd she has a Check room free charge. learn some Day. Trains 35 and 36, passenger the c. L. Amp w. Played the same old game so Many times unsuccessful in passing each other the same track tuesday morning. The result was two demolished locomotives and a number persons More less injured. The collision occurred at Paul station opposite Coxey a Home the following the injured among those injured was mrs. Kate Mckelvey Uhrichsville miss Mahan sister Rev. Father Mahan Massillon William Ellis . Hade Rev. J. Lea Rosco J. A. Adams and mrs. J. Miller were slightly injured Hallock was luckily the train and attended the injured. Fall and Winter suits made to order in the very latest styles by Davie Maurer the tailor. 41-3m mrs. Mary Miller and children Here spending a Short time with her Mother mrs. Shew. Or. E. Mosshart and miss Flora Klar Ragersville attended the dance Here saturday evening. Chas. Andrews was at Canton last Friday. F. L. Johnson and miss Effie Shie were at Dundee sunday afternoon. Our Public schools opened monday oct. 1st, with a Good attendance. L. J. Hostetler is principal the school miss Eva Hall has charge the intermediate department and miss Cora Strome the primary. We Hope our schools will Prosper Well this Winter. Will Warner is away attending to business. Boys it would be advisable for you to attend Sabbath school instead the croquet ground sunday morning. Consider it a moment and see if you do not think it Best to do so. Gilmore. R. J. Berkshire sunday Edwith . Gooding. Or. Heffling is recovering from his dangerous illness. Miss Nora Gooding left for Scio College last week. Price la lining and son Dallas made a business trip to new Philadelphia last week. Frank Kinsey a spending a few weeks with relations near port Washington. Albert Hiller Aud family will remove from Newcomerstown to this place next week where he will resume his old Trade that harness making. The following named persons from this place were in Uhrichsville during the past week e. S. Watson wife and daughter d. N. Fowler and daughters Dell and Nannie David Fowler and wife and John Robinson. Rev. We. L. Baldwin and wife Burchard neb., will remove from their Western Home to this place the present week. Rev. Baldwin was for Many years a resident this place and expects to spend the remainder his declining years in his old Home. We understand his wife will conduct her millinery establishment Here As formerly. Welcome. Rev. Bradley was sent by the m. Conference to this place instead Rev. J. Murphy and in place Rev. Westwood Rev. Pierce will fill the appointments the Minersville circuit. Revs. Murphy and Westwood will have the kind wishes Many friends go with them to their work in their new Fields Abor. Pansey real estate transfers. Nehemiah Cox to Arthur Hogg 12 90-100 acres Warwick $1050, Eckfield amp Johnson to j. G. An Gregg lots 4 and 5, Dennison $200. Fred Hartline to Winfield Hart line 162 14-100 acres Franklin $5000. W. F. Thompson to m. J. Hammel. Strip land Newcomerstown $200. G. M. Hughler to w. M. Tracy lot 7, Mineral $775. L. Stahl to w. M. Tracy lot 6 and 7, Valley City $500. E. P. Mathews to j. Mathews administrators lot 77, new Philadelphia $520. L. E. Romig to Emma Metzler 4 acres Warwick $425. Joseph stouts executor to Mary Stites lot 5, Strasburg $176. R. F. Garner to Emmet Van Lehn part lot 10, 11, 12 and 13, Dennison $1100. Daniel Kennedy to j. A. Mccollam part lot 122, Uhrichsville $314. Sheriff Adams to August Meekel 40 acres Jefferson $1075. Florence a. And r. J. Patterson to Village Newcomerstown % acre Oxford $10. John Wagner to j. Thomas 3-10 acre Goshen $1600. Rebecca Barnett to t. Healea lots 30 and 409, Uhrichsville $650. J. A. Rogers to Tillie b. Beeman lot 155, Uhrichsville $1200. Enoch Mercer to f. W. Shearer lot 4, Dennison $800. New pleas court Sophia Hill is Isaac Hill divorce prayed for. John b. Marshall Jared Marshall is Thos. Ely. Action for Money. Upton Haas is Sophia Haas. Dip Rayed Vorce for the ground extreme cruelty. The Dennison and Uhrichsville b amp l co. Is Hettie Caldwell it Al. Action for Money. John Gehring is Chas. E. Wizard. Foreclosure proceeding. Clara Mccurdy is Jno. Mccurdy. Divorce prayed for the ground being convicted crime and sentenced to the Penitentiary. Thomas Mears sons is Thomas Walters. Action to set aside a deed and to enforce judgment. W. Collier is Jennie Glass. Appeal Case. V. Nicola is David m. Dicki son Henry s. Francis and Joseph West. Action for Money. J. C. Johnson is Keffer amp Green. Appeal Case. We. Mccrew is Isaac e. Demuth Assignee. Action in Replevin. Jessie h. Forbes is Harry g. Forbes. Divorce prayed for the ground cruelty and Gross neglect duty. To Cleveland at reduced rates via Pennsylvania lines. On october 2d, 3d and 4th excursion tickets to Cleveland account the state conclave knights Templar will be sold via Pennsylvania lines. Tickets i will be Good returning until october 6th, inclusive. David Maurer the tailor has just received some the latest designs fall and Winter goods which he will make up at very reasonable lines. Call and see goods. 41-31 m Fryou want flooring siding be ing sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East rav Street. 15tf Shanesville. The misses Lizzie Renner and Mary Roseburg Stone Creek spent Sabbath in our town. Harry heinous and wife Millersburg spent a few Days Here with relatives recently. John Doerschuk wife daughter and two sons were at the Canton fair thursday. The Public dance held in the Temple Hall last saturday evening was quite a Success As there was a Large crowd in attendance. Frank Naragon who has been in Buffalo the last five weeks attending to business returned Home last saturday. Kate Leviner and Little Niece Mandalene were to Canton last saturday. Miss Eva Hall Mineral Point the intermediate school teacher came last Friday and will make her Home with mrs. Rufenacht the coming Winter. Lieu Andrews is slowly recovering from a severe attack typhoid fever. Miss Irma Miller has been visiting at Millersburg for a Short time. Good Ragersville was in town saturday. Miss Minnie Black new Philadelphia is Here spending a few weeks with relatives. Rather cold crispy nights these. We have already had heavy frosts in the Bottoms. Walter Shew canal Dover visited Here a Short time last week. On next sunday evening the re will be no services at either Church so that everybody can go to the Young Peoples Christian Endeavor society for the Young folks will try to have an interesting program. Miss Nona grass is away visit friends and relatives in Marlboro and Cleveland. Court proceedings. Sept. 27�?p. 8, Olmstead . Is we. Hardesty . Dismissed without prejudice at costs plaintiff his own motion for which judgment is awarded. Clarence f. Carroll is the t. V. Coal co. Heard motion first and motion overruled to which defendant excepts and the court its own motion submitted the question damages to the jury. The jury was ordered to View the premises. Thereupon court adjourned to 3 Parties to the action then settled the following terms defendant to pay the plaintiff $550 and each party to pay his own costs. Sept. 28�?robert j. Lyle is Daniel Hite it Al. Settled and Cost paid. Sophia Haas is Daniel Haas. Tria before jury to obtain damages from Daniel Haas and wife a plea alienating the affections Upton Haas their son from his wife Sophia Haas. Jury Impan eled and sworn and after hearing part the evidence the plaintiff Movis the court to dismiss the action which is done at plaintiffs costs. Kate Shaw is we. Shaw. Motion for temporary Alimony sustained and court by consent parties sustains the same and defendant is ordered to pay $30 As such Alimony by october 10, 1894. Zinn Junkins amp co. Is Shutz amp Bixler. Judgment by default for $206 and the costs this action. Sept 29�?Margaret Fisher . Is Jacob Gepfert . Dismissed without prejudice. State Ohio complaint Margaret Fisher is Harry Fisher. Case in Bastardy before july. Jury finds defendant to be the father the illegitimate child As charged. Court decrees that defendant pay plaintiff in instalments $450 with costs defendant to give Security to satisfaction the court and stand committed to the county jail until he comply with with the requirements the court. Oct 1�?levi Biddle is Augustus Froelich. On motion to court leave to defendant to plead to plaintiffs petition by oct. 29, 1894. Mary Reif is John Reif. Settled and costs paid. 1 John Burry is Dorothy Bunch. Judgment by default for $112 and costs and sheriff ordered to sell attached property in the matter Margaret Fisher . To the final account Jacob Gepfert . Guardian Clinton c. Howenstine. Motion for new trial overruled to which Jacob Gepfert pets and fifty Days Given for pre ing allowing and signing Bill exceptions. Washington letter. Chairman Faulkner the democratic congressional Campaign committee consented this week for the first time to give out his estimate the result the congressional elections. He figures after making a most Liberal allowance for doubtful districts too Liberal Many democrats think that there will be in the next House 190 democrats 156 republicans and 10 populists. As instances his liberality in making allowance for doubtful districts it May be mentioned that he Only claims the election nine democratic representatives in Illinois while the estimate the Republican Campaign committee concedes the election eleven democrats in that state he Only claims five in Louisiana while the republicans concede six. That will give a fair idea the care exercised by senator Faulkner in making up his figures. He prefers underestimating the democratic strength to overestimating it and has no desire to encroach upon the bluster and bragging which has been such a marked feature the Campaign the Republican Side. Senator Hill is just the sort Man who makes Strong friends and bitter enemies in his own party but the bitterest his enemies will concede that he has a wonderful hold the democratic voters new Stork which he has demonstrated time and time again. Circumstances having made it necessary that the democratic candidate for governor new York should be a Man who could bring out the full democratic vote the state which is always a majority it logically followed that senator Hill was the Man. For that reason democrats in Washington whether they be his friends his enemies were pleased with senator Hills nomination and confident that he will be elected. He has never been Defeated by the voters new York and he will not be this year. There is much disappointment Over senators Hills nomination but it is confined by the republicans who were not counting upon such a formidable antagonist. A member the Cabinet was asked the other Day by a personal Friend How he supposed president Cleveland would regard the nomination senator Hill and he quickly replied a Why just As All other Good democrats do As the Best that could possibly have been made under existing circumstances. The president wishes new York to be carried by the democrats and i know he believes that with senator Hill at the head the ticket it will a but what about 1896?�?� Quer ried this inquisitive Friend. A let us win the Campaign �?T94,�?� replied the member the Cabinet a then we can begin to discuss the probabilities and possibilities �?T96.�?� Public Printer Benedict has made a decided Reform in the government printing office by abolishing piece work and putting All the printers time. Nothing around that establishment has caused More bickering and jealousy than the piece work system which a portion the men worked under. It made a Many a pay dependent More upon Luck in striking a Phat a the favor his Foreman than upon his merits his skill As a Printer. By putting them All upon time work the pay is equalized and it is believed that the work will be better done. It is certain that the Public Printer will be enabled to devote much time to More important duties that he has heretofore been compelled to waste in listening to the friends those working time who wished to get transferred to the piece department because they could make More Money. The new Tariff abrogated All the reciprocity treaties made under the Mckinley Law and the formal notice served upon the state department by Brazil its intention to abrogate the reciprocity treaty Between that government and the u. S. On january 1, 1895, was merely a compliance with the expressed terms the treaty which were that either country should give the other three months notice. So far As this country was concerned the treaty abrogated the Day the new Tariff became a Law . Mendonca the brazilian minister when asked what effect he thought the abrogation the treaty would have upon the Trade relations the two countries said a the rates will not be materially raised by Brazil against this country and t am expecting this country to make very Large increase in manufacturing induced by free raw Wool in the new Tariff Law. Outside these items few changes will occur by the termination the probate court proceedings. J. In Stephenson judge. Sept. 17�?criminal court adjourned to monday oct. 1, 1894, at 10 . Sept. 25�?estate Alex. Latto supplemental third account filed and suspended. Sept. 26�?in the matter the will Robt. Hill election widow to accept provisions filed. In the matter James Wesley Fouts. Adoption named changed to James Wesley Fouts. In the matter the guardianship Walter Hardesty it Al Bond in sum $9000 filed letters issued to to Mary Hardesty. Sept. 27�?in the matter the guardianship Florence a. And Flora a. Welch final account and suspended. In the matter guardianship Caroline w. Wolf it Al application filed and Bond in sum $4500 ordered. Sept. 29�?in the matter guardianship Ada Kohr final account filed. Estate John l. Wirth motion Magdalene Welt for writ citation filed. Estate Thomas m. Smith letters administration issued to Edson v. Smith appraisers appointed Gotfried Kinsey alien Declara Tion intention filed. In the matter Dora l. Corpman inquest lunacy adjudged insane estate Minnie Schloo letters administration issued to j. S Himes appraisers appointed. Say have you seen our new Stock ? its All new. Prices lowest. Money Back if you want it a a a clothiers tailors and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio

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