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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 18, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Re14ember this Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia time. Now that the Tariff matter is settled and business t Ming try our ads. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday october 18, 1894. Number 43. Democratic ticket. State ticket for Secretary state Milton Turner Gurnsey county. For supreme judge Jas d. Ermston Hamilton county. For school commissioner i r. J. A. Leach Franklin county. For Board Public works Harry p. Keffor Tuscarawas county. glom nent. Tom Reed refuses Point Blank to come to Ohio the West to still More inflate the Mckinley Booklet. Wise Tom. The Washington Post suggests that the governor Ohio draw a salary for his herculean efforts to secure another office. 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. H u n t e clicking county. For Congress. James a. I. Richards. Tuscarawas county. Every pottery in the Ohio Valley is running night and Day with a full capacity hands. Orders Are piling in. So much for reduction Tariff. Local melange. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Bring us your Job printing Job printing at the times office. H a. the woodworker the most stylish wraps in the City j. H. Kinsey sat the Cleveland Plain dealer and Tom Johnson Are the outs the worst kind. Tom goes along notwithstanding the everlasting roasting lie gets. The better business becomes the More uneasy and bluer the crossroad Republican organs get and the More ridiculous the speeches the calamity howlers. Bankrupt the Christian advocate says a that no girl can get along Well without a Well this May he True but from our observation hereabouts girls work harder to get mothers in j Law. Sale the Shudtz amp Bixler under the Mckinley Law the reve nue derived from sugar found a resting place in the coffers the sugar Trust and the sugar producers. Under the present Law it will go to the Treasury where some Good will be done. A a Peg p. Stock consisting $3, Republican Wool growers Are kind the Fence now and Are asking themselves the question a shall we vote with the republicans and put Down the Price Wool again shall we vote with the democrats and keep it going up. Worth menus and boys clothing which we bought at sheriffs Sale and will be sold for Cash Only a special to the Cincinnati commercial Gazette Republican Sabbath from East Liverpool says a East Liverpool potteries booming the 25 potteries Are All being operated with greater activity than at any time in their history. So much for the new Tariff. Democratic voters Over the county should look out for lying Campaign documents which emm Nate from sneaking scoundrels. All the democratic candidates the county ticket Are beyond criticism and to tarnish their names by unfair Means should be met with rebuke. For about 50 cent the Dollar. 50 Scall at once g. Manser amp sons new Philadelphia Ohio. The state Ohio is without a Legal head at present. Its governor is too Busy with other affairs but when salary Day comes around Well he is hand. Why done to some the publican papers howl As when Idem Cleveland went to Gray Gables. Or. Grant Mitchel Canton visited friends Here Over sunday. W. S. Hochstetler. Editor the Doylestown journal was in the City Friday. Miss Clara Hefling Gilmore is visiting friends in new Philadelphia this week. E. R. Laughead Marietta visited his Uncle j. C. Joss this City last Friday. Miss Maggie Russell Uhrichsville was the guest Thomas Dunn a few Days last week. Miss Verda Bliss Uhrichsville was Tohe guest miss Clara Evans South sixth Street. The Dover Street fair opens thursday and will last two Days. We Hope it will prove a Success. A yank in College new Athens Egins second half term oct. 29, in tinting 8 weeks. Go . W. W. Richardson and wife this City Are visiting friends in the Northern part the state. Della Snyder has gone to san Francisco to visit her sister mrs. Price and will remain the Winter. Misses Viola Carnahan Bulah Woodborne and Ray Carnahan were the guests . Wells thursday last. Mrs. Amanda Lenhart Kirk after a visit to friends in this City returned Home to Washington d. C. Saturday. Mrs. Edward Westhafer was called by Telegram to Troy Ohio account the serious illness her grand child. Hannibal Williams the great shakespearian reciter will appear at Eagle Hail thursday evening nov. 1st. Tickets 50c. Or. Wells had his hand badly burned sunday morning while fighting the fire that came near consuming his residence. Mrs. S. Cook returned to Burton last Friday after spending a few Days with her Cousin mrs. J. V. Young. Mrs. Thomas Meagher went tuesday to spend a few Days with her sister at new Pointer. An Alliance Ohio Farmer predicts the most severe Winter for thirty years. He bases his opinion upon the fact As he says that geese Are growing an extra heavy crop feathers and sheep marvellously heavy fleeces. The Muskrat and Goose Bone people Are yet to be heard from. They who Are fond the luxurious Cranberry wiil have to pay More for it than last year. At present cranberries Are Worth from 2% to 3 cents a quart More than for the corresponding time in 1893. The Supply is not Large Here at present and the Price will Advance if the crop statistics Are anything like Correct. A Large and Bright Star in the Southeastern Quarter the heavens has been attracting considerable attention late and persons who have been out late have noticed the splendor its red Light. The Star appears to some to be double and the Light is pulsate. The body is the planet Mars which is nearer the Earth than it has been for some years. A number our Republican contemporaries hereabouts claimed that sheep was Selling from forty to fifty cents a head. A gentleman who came Down from Cleveland to buy up a car Load two informed us that he had been All Over this Section and could not buy them for three times that amount. He would like a car Load at a Dollar a head. Here is a Chance for the calamity howlers to buy their fifty cent sheep. Public Sale. The Public will take notice the personal property and a Stock general merchandise the late c. A. Eckert Ragersville will be sold commencing monday evening october 22nd, 1894, and continuing every afternoon until All is sold. The personal property consists wagons buggies sleighs harness farm implements Etc. The Stock merchandise consists dry goods hardware notions hats and Caps hoots and shoes groceries oils Etc. There will be a Chance for bargains. S Mam november election. The East Liverpool crisis says that the reason the great Prosperity its potteries late is that the Western i manufacturers it seems have jumped the jobbers entirely and Are now soliciting the Small Trade direct thus being enabled to get the middleman a profit. This requires More commercial men the Road and Means More Small orders but at present this is the program being carried out by the potters the West. Tuesday november 6th, 1894. 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 he 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 5 30 clock a.m., Central Standard time and 5 30 clock p. M. Central Standard time 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 Are 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 Mckinley in one his speeches in Michigan the other Day said a look Over the land and see thousands factories closed Mills shut Down in the Chicago inter Ocean Friday the assertion was made that Only 21 Iron Mills and 123 factories and other manufacturing establishments Are now Idle and then part them because litigation. The great calamity howler the stump and the great mouthpieces the Republican party do not harmonize. The Carrollton chronicle hits the bulls Eye every time in its remarks. 11 says Mckinley is still a clip Ping about a these democratic the governor forgets that he busted up financially himself Long before a the democratic times set in. Under a democratic times the hat was passed around for him and his fortunes were repaired. Shame such a falsified. Sex gov. Foster busted up under a Republican times and is now paying 40 cents the Dollar has the Good sense to stay at Home and keep quiet. New Philadelphia a big Day. \ please carry the news to Billy Mckinley who said that if the Tariff Wool was taken off the Wool growers America would he ruined Anatone our Eastern exchanges says that the dreadful Avalanche foreign free Wool has already arrived and yet the Price our Domestic Wool is advancing. Our Woolen Mills Are preparing to run to their full capacity and soon we will be exporting Large quantities manufactured Woolen goods the product american Mills and american skill and ingenuity. Provision store. We have just opened a meat Market and provision store in the Bartles room West front St. It is estimated that $3,000,000 goes into the United states Treasury from the Revenue tax placed a playing cards by the democratic Hill. The same Hill increases the Revenue spirituous liquors $20,000,000. The democratic party raises $30,000,000 from the income tax. These Are not necessaries life if you Are in favor these items being to amp de vote the democratic ticket. If you want the old duties restored the necessaries life vote the Republican ticket. Our goods Are new and we keep the very Best fresh and cured meats. We guarantee everything first class. We respectfully invite the Public to Call and investigate and get our prices spies amp Aung new Philadelphia Ohio. The Cleveland world a Republican Organ with the stubborn fact facing it admits that the Price Wool has been advancing since the passage the democratic Tariff Law. The Tuscarawas advocate and the Tuscarawas Tribune both Republican organs in this county have been withholding the fact that Wool has advanced in Price and have aided the Wool buyer to get Wool at the lowest possible Price. They have solely for political reasons concealed the fact that Wool has advanced in Price. With the fact that Wool went Down in Price under the Mckinley Law and that it has advanced in Price under the democratic Law the advocate and Tribune have a dish Crow that will cause a terrible wry face to Swallow. Mrs. B. K. Cameron died at her Home near new Cumberland the 5th inst., lung trouble. The lady was about 40 years old. Done to fail to come and see my Fin display millinery thursday and Friday this week. Mattie Meanor. Or. L. C. Papa and wife Newton Falls o., were the guests their daughter mrs. H. G. Koons North third Street last week. J. Lawrence Gilpen and miss Ida Hochstetler were married at the lutheran parsonage at noon sunday oct. 14. They wiil live at Midvale. A fireman by the name Case Bear was accidentally struck with a Hatchet while the fire company was at work the Wells fire sunday morning. The ladies the presbyterian Church have postponed their Chicken picnic to next thursday at 12 clock. The Public Are cordially invited. John Melville aged 15 years residing near Midvale left sunday afternoon about three clock ostensibly to Hunt Hickory nuts has not been heard from since. Mrs. Ada Russel has procured the services miss Lewis Cleveland a first class City trimmer who will take pleasure in meeting the Many patrons her store. Two u. S. Officials came Down from Cleveland one Day last week and took Bair and Carnahan who were charged with counterfeiting to Cleveland. Bair was bound Over while Carnahan was discharged. Rev. C. Jeffries Alliance will preach in the presbyterian Church next Sabbath morn and evening. Rev. Jeffries was professor elocution in the theological Semi nary in Allegheny. All Are invited to hear him. Fred Lehman and Harvey Mathias Are entitled to a Large share the credit in making such a grand sue Cess the Street fair. They hustled Early and late and Are worthy the Earnest thanks and Best wishes the people. Or. Edward Strine this City and miss Ida Geckeler Blakes Mills were United in marriage at the lutheran parsonage thursday evening oct. 21th, at eight clock. They will reside North 7th Street for rent a 7 room 2 Story dwelling near Public Square North Broadway. Possession can be Given about november 15th. Apply to mrs. Jessie Elliott. 43-2 John a. Buchanan came near hav a Blaze at his House monday morning. Fire fell from the grate and when discovered the carpet and rugs were All in a flame the fire was extinguished without damage to the building. Mrs. Mary Garret Tiffin. Ohio has been visiting her sister mrs. Jesse Baker canal Dover. We Are sorry we were away when she gave our Sanctum a Call. The times carries the news weekly to her Home. Messers spies and Aling two enterprising Young men have opened a grocery and meat Market in the Bartles building West front Street. They keep first class goods and the Best fresh and cured meats and say they will not be undersold. Give them a trial. They Are reliable dealers. Sunday morn Itig Blaze. Sunday morning about 8 clock the Beautiful residence . Wells fast Avenue was discovered fire. The family was about to sit Down to breakfast when mrs. Wells heard a crawling noise like fire and sent the daughter to the parlor to see. In stepping into the Hall flames broke Forth from the Stair Way in her face. The alarm was Given and the fire company soon responded and extinguished the flames but not until considerable damage was done. The fire originated from the Heater and burned up through Between the plastering and Stair Way to the second Story. The stairway had to be chopped to pieces to get to the fire. Carpets were flooded with water. The Walls had been newly papered with costly paper which was also spoiled. The family had Only been in their new Home which is known As the j. M. Custer property three four weeks and had just got nicely fixed up to be visited with a calamity that is very discouraging. The timely arrival the fire department saved the Beautiful mansion from total destruction. The loss the building and furniture will amount to about $1500. It is covered by insurance in Good companies. This is one the nicest properties in town. Beautiful Black Birds for Sale at mrs. Russel a two for 25 cents. Call Early for your Bird for one in the hand is Worth two in the Bush. Death Clark c. Danforth. Clark c. Danforth Chicago a former resident this City died at the Home it his Mother thursday last apoplexy. Or. Danforth was born and raised in new Philadelphia and was 36 years and six months old at the time his death. He Learned the printers Trade while a boy and has followed it Ever since and was an expert in that line. His remains arrived at new Philadelphia saturday morning and were taken to the residence his Uncle Daniel Korns from whose residence the funeral took place sunday. Clark had Many warm friends Here who regret his untimely death. His Mother one brother and one sister survive him. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Kreusch the presbyterian Church. Wanted. 10,000 bushels dried apples for which i will give the highest Market Price in goods Cash. 43-2 John Burry new Phila. O. Fatal Accident. A Young German by the name Buehler aged 17 years met with a fatal Accident saturday morning last. He was a labourer in the tile roofing company Mills and attended the crushing machine. He attempted to Oil the machinery while running and while Over the Crusher fell into it. He was drawn in up to the body even his hips were crushed. One was also caught and crushed. Doctors Hendershot Sterki and Fox were called and rendered All the Aid possible but he was too badly injured to survive. He died sunday after enduring Many hours terrible agony. He has two Brothers somewhere in the United states but his parents live in Germany. 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 marriage permits. Samuel Morehead Anna m. Har Bolt. Chas. O. Strong Clara Derringer. Daniel m. Gown Lucy j. Mcclelland. Ernest Heck Della Rinehart. Henry w. Iten Kertz Mary Groh. Samuel f. Craigo Clara s. Gram. J. Lawrence Griffen Ida Holcli Stetler. Samuel t. Logan Minnie v my Lansborough. Edward Peters Alice Kuhn. Dan a w. John Maggie m. Stocker Edward Strines Ida Geckler. Sherman Gardner Mary Jacob Schumaker Sarah Young. Win. M. Shaw Anna Mellville. Twenty thousand people attend the Street fair. Our Little City was surprised beyond expectation wednesday and thursday at the great throng that attended our Street fair. The weather was pleasant though a Little Cool and the streets were in excellent condition. By noon wednesday there was the finest exhibit along the pavements fruits vegetables Grain pumpkins and the general products the farm and Garden we Ever saw. It far excelled any our county fairs. There were Many exhibits animals from rats to raccoons. The store windows were decorated with excellent taste and everything was ready for the gaze the throng that was present to witness it in the afternoon. Everybody thought it was a Success the first Day and that a Large crowd was in attendance and that the second Day could not exceed the crowd the first Day in numbers. In this we were agreeably surprised. By one clock thursday the streets and alleys were tilled with vehicles All Over the town. When the grand Parade was announced the Public Square sidewalks and streets for two blocks away was a sea human beings old and Young. The windows Aud balconies were crowded to their full capacity and even Many went up the roof the building. About two clock the great Parade under the guidance messes Lahman Joss and Mathias started coming Down w. High Street around by West fair Street and Back South through i Broadway to front Street which gave everyone a Chance to see. Six bands music were in the line Parade and a More gala Day was never witnessed the streets new Philadelphia. We feel Safe in saying that 20,000 people witnessed the Parade while Many even put it at 30,000. In the procession was a Wagon decorated with the goods and wares nearly every business Man in the town. The ladies even were not to he outdone. Mrs. Gilgen dressmaker had a Wagon fitted into a dressmaking parlor and several ladies sewing thus representing her Trade. Chas Englehart had a first class Barber shop in full operation. The a. Beyers milling company had a Mill rigged up his Wagon and was grinding chop As the procession moved along. Kuenzly Bros dressed a Large beef the Wagon As they proceeded their March. Powell Rogers Tracy had a magnificent display dressed meats suspended a huge Wagon. The nagely planing Mill firm had Wagon after Wagon Lumbar and one nicely fitted up with mantles Sash doors and blinds. We noticed that the following merchants were represented in the Parade. John s. Kinsey dry Good merchant had a finely decorated Wagon All kinds dry goods. A 8. Urfer dry goods merchant had a richly decorated outfit with rugs carpets matting and other goods. Mathias amp Dick were up with the procession in the dry goods line with a finely decorated store wheels. Wolf Bros dealers in stoves tinware Etc attracted attention with handsome stoves and other articles in their line a Wagon trimmed up to suit the occasion. L. Zelner and sons dealers in stoves tinware amp a. Were not to a outdone but had a handsome exhibit wheels. Such enterprising grocer men As Davis a Urfer Hurst Bros., Wise Calanan amp co., John a. Zeeb c. Lahmer j. T. Diefenbac Lier Henderson it pc Gray and Kennedy it pc Sprat Len were represented in Good shape with a Fine display goods. Beiter Bros dealers in harness Robes Etc., had a full store wheels that did credit to the occasion. Our enterprising furniture dealers a Mcelroy amp Lynn and a. Gifts amp co. Each had a Fine parlor in the procession. Walton amp Ackey jobbers in groceries provisions and fruits had a tree loaded with apples a Wagon also other fruits. Schoch Bros., confectioners were manufacturing Candy and Popcorn balls As the procession moved along. John Myers dealer in agricultural implements was in line with a Mccormick Binder nicely decorated. 1 the new Philadelphia brewing co. Dispensed the beverage manufactured by them from a Well decorated and loaded Wagon. H. E. Burnside had a Fine a a Bazar in the Parade showing goods a Hundred kind. Burnside a portion the Parade was the funny part add Drew the attention the multitude with its Many unique characters consisting comic persons dressed in fantastic costumes representing As Mardi gras. Johnny Getzman led the party As drum major and received an ovation along the route. As an advertiser Burnside is no slow one and he deserves Praise for his liberality in adding to the Success the Parade. Fred Lehman was second to none with his line notions and display Wall paper. Myers amp Brown represented a fashionable tailoring and gents furnishing establishment. Or. O. Junkins one our enterprising Bakers capped the Climax by having his Wagon covered with bread. He had one loaf As Long As the Wagon. Tinker amp Ellis manufacturers crates and Bee hives had a Load d their goods in the procession. John Joss the music dealer had several Nice instruments exhibition. James Congleton represented his Trade by a regular Broom factory in full operations. Benson trim livery Man had his rigs in line with the old men Riding. Geiser amp Kuenzli hardware merchants had a Fine display goods making a veritable hardware store wheels. The Tribune publishing company mounted their Job press a Wagon and published a Little daily while the procession moved along. One the handsomest displays noticed was that mrs. We. Sharp in the show windows . Wells drug store. Mrs. Sharp had exhibition an Alligator about 6 feet Long an Alligator egg shells various kinds Palmetto Palms chameleons Moss and various articles from a Southern clime that had been Given her by friends in Florida while visiting her Home last Winter. She had gathered Many the shells herself and they were very Beautiful. She had several fans and other pieces Handiwork she had made from Palmetto Palms Etc. Also a pin Cushion made from a spongy Wood that grows in Florida. Mrs. Sharp also had 3 specimens curly Pine from Rose Cleveland a cottage at Naples Florida. These things All being new to this latitude attracted much attention. There were Many other notable things that we cannot now remember. It showed the Enterprise our business men and pleased the great throng. The Day closed with a band contest with the sugar reek Scio Yorktown port Washington and Tuscarawas bands As competitors. First prize $40, was won by the Sugarcreek second $30, was won by the Scio band and the third prize $20, was won by the port Washington band. G. Senhauser amp sons gave a Beautiful band Cap to each member the band giving the Best serenade. The prize was won by the sugar Creek boys. Correspondence. We have now in Stock an immense line Winter wraps and capes just received from new York at prices lower than Ever before. Done to fail see them. J. H. Kinsey a. Take Noih pipe works orders to Spring Bros. Holzwarth. Get half Trade and balance in Cash. No discount. 41 deserving Praise. Several Hundred people assembled at the big tent near the depot last evening to witness the performance prof. Coleus educated ponies goats and dogs they saw an exhibition Well Worth their time and Money. It consisted work the pedestals and Teeter Board by the ponies and goats pyramids hurdling a wonderful feat tight rope walking by a Goat selecting colors at command by a Pony and the Riding by the Beautiful children May and Scott Cole aged five and seven respectively. Then the performing dogs in acts leaping Waltzing somersaults and the Pak Champion boxing dogs an entertainment that delighted the audience from the first act to the last. The show will conclude its engagement Here tonight. News gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. Gilmore. Mrs. Rev. Stauffer Ravenna is the guest her sister mrs. Price la lining. Miss Nannie Mcconnell left for Uhrichsville wednesday last to spend several weeks visiting relatives and friends. She was accompanied by her sister mrs. Or. He Ling who spent a couple Days with relatives there. Rev. Bradley a family and goods arrived Here last week. They will occupy the House owned by Quot Theo. Lanning. Every House in town being occupied. Rev. Pierce moved his family about two Miles South town into the House for Many years owned by Israel Berkshire. A. M. Hiller and wife Newcomerstown returned to this place tuesday last and will reside in the House owned by Samuel Kail. Dias n. Fowler was granted a pension some Days ago. He will receive one years Back pay and $8 per month hereafter. This is another Case Hoke Smiths cruelty to the Soldier for our Republican friends to meditate upon. Irwin Mccullough is clerking for mrs. Fredenbur. The Newcomerstown artist was at a the Falls sunday taking photographic views its wonderful rocks. A great number our citizens attended the new Philo Delphiia Street fair. The Uhrichsville Ball games were Well attended much interest was manifested for the reason that a a Cyl Young is one our Gilmore boys. Bitter Sweet. Port Washington. Is somewhat weakened but her colloquial Powers Are very interesting. A Large number people from the twin cities attendee the Street fair at new Philadelphia and report themselves amply satisfied with the exhibit. A nothing ventured nothing won a is a truthful proverb vet a great number men who have their names in the business world refuse to win by failing to advertise. A Board Trade seems to he a pending Issue for the consideration our business men As a Factor for developing a City. This should be pushed with Energy for a Board Trade will Benefit us and Lead to the establishment new plants in these towns. The y. M. C. A. Lecture course has All appearances being worthy the attention All. A warrant was issued last week for the arrest John May a Barber Dennison for alleged forgery and larceny. He was taken before a Justice monday and bound Over to court charged with stealing clothing from . Wilson Uhrichsville also forging an order we. Woods and presenting it to Woods Mother calling for $8 and paid by the lady. Say fall and Winter suits made to order in the very latest styles by David Maurer the tailor. 41 -3m have a All Daniel Wyss new Phila Delphia for bargains in no. 1 Shade and fruit Trees. His Trees Are the Best varieties All grafted budded. He Sells cheap. Of . Joseph Mcpherson who has been working at Massillon for sever years has returned Home and will clerk in m. W. Nargney a store. Mrs. Philip Barth and mrs. A. Salchli attended the Street fair at new Philadelphia thursday As did Many others from this place. Miss Bertha Nelson who has been living with friends in Alliance has come Home to live with her father r. W. Nelson. John Ludwig who died at Dennison last thursday was buried Here saturday. Or. Ludwig had been a resident this place until lately he has been employed at Dennison. He leaves a wife and one child. Mrs. S. E. Hill an eminent lady this place was taken suddenly ill one Day last week and fell from a chair fracturing her right shoulder which Laid her up for several Days. Geo. Cornet our druggist is repainting his store and dwelling which adds greatly to their appearance. Rev. John Clewell Salem n. C. Officiated at the moravian Church last Sabbath evening. The Rev. Was the first pastor this Church eleven years ago. The 21st this month closes the eleventh year worship in the present Church edifice and the Day will be observed in a proper manner. A Good turnout is expected. Frank Sperling and Charles Riley attended the base Ball game at Uhrichsville last saturday afternoon. Miss Viola Demuth gave a party to several Young persons saturday evening. X. Y. Z. Real estate transfers. Mary pm Lee to Fred Schauffler it Al part lot 48, new Philadelphia $400. Peter Zimmerman to Adam Zimmerman part lot 18, Gnadenhutten 700. Cyrus Hummel to Henry a Crox ton 15 acres York 345. Martha e. And Ulysses m. Roby to Jonathan h. Miller 5 acres Perry 75. Ellen. Hainan to we. H. Walton lot 3, new Philadelphia 300. Geo. M. Kughler to i. W. Bevan 1-5 acre Sandy 300. We. Oliver to Mary j. Parry 34 4-10 acres Goshen 1. We. H. Walton to Ulysses g. Hostetler lot 3, new Philadelphia 300. Sheriff Adams to l. Pm Robinson i lot 9, Dennison 735.67. J win. Nofsker to r. H. Wainwright Coal deed Goshen 300. Philos Hibbs to r. H. Wainwright i 53-100 acres Goshen 290. Jacob Kratzet Al to r. H. Wain 1 Wright Coal deed Warwick 1893. Lewis pm Kratzet Al to r. H. Wainwright Coal deed Warwick 261. Jacob Kratzet Al to r. H. Wain Wright 22 54-100 acres Warwick 3381. Benj. Vanlehn a heirs to r. H. Wainwright 40 % acres Warwick 1343. Ook Here you can save Mone by buying your dry goods at j. H. Kinsey a. Everybody says so. The twin cities. Base Ball. The game baseball Between the Cleveland league and the real estates this City attracted a Large crowd thursday afternoon. The contest was so uneven that it did not arouse the interest that was anticipated. We did not expect our club to come near defeating the Cleve and club but we did expect they would give them a stronger game. The Cleveland Hoys Are Large muscular Fellows All Good runners Good catchers and could throw the Hall to the place without errors. In this they far excelled our club. As to their batting they did not exhibit such Superior skill. The game stood seventeen to nothing in favor the Cleveland. By Young pitched for the Cleveland club and is undoubtedly a great Pitcher thrower we would Call it but he is not much a Hatter. Our Hoys seemed dazed and rattled and surely did not come up to their past efforts. C. I. Grimes is entitled to credit for adding the attraction to our Street fair and thus completing a Grent. Ony ,�ry air. F you want flooring siding ceiling sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East rav Street. 15 Jpn cd Mem advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remained unclaimed in this office and will lie sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by oct. 29. 1894. J. P. Martin mrs. Mat Cross Mattie Charles Martin Boldon we. Derail Chas. Bruck. Sam Brannan mrs Jennie Reed j. P. Mathews mrs. Meath seran a m. Wilson Rev. A . Please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. Daniel Fry Lowland ind., is visiting friends in Uhrichsville. Chas. Johnson new Hagerstown was our streets saturday. Miss Carrie Hurless Dennison visited friends at Stilwater last week. Mrs. John Mckee and mrs. John Oliver Are visiting their parents . J. W. Bukey and wife Kansas. Samuel Hines and wife Dennison Are calling Cadiz relatives this week. C. H. Ehritt the Globe building and loan association Columbus is organizing a subordinate Hoard in these two towns reports say he is successful. Mrs. W. B. Thompson Uhrichsville is the guest Columbus friends. Chas. Pfeiffer Gnadenhutten has moved to Uhrichsville. Miss Laura Johnson Scio is the guest her Friend miss Mattie Mil Ler Dennison. Miss Mamie Morgan Dennison has returned from a visit at Gnaden Hutten. Miss Lillian Russell and j. B Hurst Pennsylvania were guests their Cousin miss Sadie Logan sunday. Chas. Snee Uhrichsville was at Cleveland last saturday. He was accompanied by mrs. Snee who had been visiting at that City. Chas. Johnson and wife Denni son attended the exposition at Pitts Burg last week. Mrs. W. P. Hassett Dennison is visiting her parents we. Barber and Wile Marian ind. Born wednesday oct. 10, to h. T. La Gill and wife Dennison a son. A son was Horn to e. I. Hartford and wife Trenton ave., Mon Day oct. 8th. Died Friday oct. 5th, mrs. Clara Means Uhrichsville aged 41 years. Interment saturday following in the Union cemetery. Miss Frankey Graham died at her Home Deersville ave., saturday oct. 13, aged 24 years 3 months and 11 Days. The funeral was sunday at the u. B. Church after which the remains were interred in the Union cemetery. On wednesday oct. 10th, occurred the death Enoch Mercer at the residence his step son Levi Peltz North first Street Dennison aged 67 years 2 months and 9 Days. Or. Mercer was Blind since his release from duty in the late rebellion which took place the 4th Day june 1863, therefore he lost his sight in helping to sustain our Union. He Drew a pension $72 a month As pay for his living in darkness. He was a member the g. A. R. Post since july �?T89. Welch Post Dennison had charge the funeral which they conducted in a patriotic manner Friday afternoon Rev. 8. A. Corl the Dennison u. R. Church officiating in Honor the deceased. The remains were placed in the receiving vault in the Union Ceme court proceedings. Oct. 2.�?w. Strong is we. Gordon. On motion to court leave is Given plaintiff to file motion instant . John Heim is Dover fire Clay co. Trial before jury motion for new trial. Court adjourned. Oct. 3.�?alice Booth is we. Frame it Al. The plaintiffs petition is dismissed at her costs for which judgment is awarded to All which plaintiff excepts. Court adjourned. Philip Schaffer is Johnj Deis plaintiff Given leave to Correct clerical error in his petition i Stanter by inter ideation. P. H. Read is John Myers. Appeal from Justice court. Trial by jury verdict for defendant verdict from jury for plaintiff in Justice court. Mary Philips is Martha Prosser dismissed at plaintiffs costs her own motion. Judgment for costs. Oct. 5.�?Mathias amp Dick is Dorothy Bunch. Judgment by defendant for $168.25 and costs and sheriff ordered to sell the detached property. Benjamin Bendure is the p. C. C. Amp St. L. Co. Settled at defendants costs for which judgments awarded. Amos b. Mase is we. Adams it Al. Upon consideration that Good and sufficient Security for costs be entered in the Case and defendants thus substituted have leave to answer by oct 8, 1894. Melissa Ross is Moses k. Ross. Petition for divorce divorce and custody minor children granted. Alimony matter settled Between parties. Defendant to pay costs. Philip Shaffer is John Deis. Damage suit before jury suit brought to recover damages account John Deis saying that Rev. Shaffer had sworn to a lie in the common pleas court. Jury returned a verdict for plaintiff and assessed damages at $425.00. Oct. 6.�?amanda m. Perdue is John Perdue. Divorce granted and restoration to Maiden name Manda m. Brown. We. Gordon is Sarah Gordon. Petition for partition defendant in default for demure answer. We. Mccollam John Melone and Geo Johnson a appointed commissioners to make partition if such May he done without Manifest injury if not to appraise same. The state Ohio is Daniel Bair charge counterfeiting. Entered plea not guilty and court fixes Bond at $300. Such Bond Given with Mary Bair and Eli g. Metzgar As sorties. Rachel r. Wilson is Sarah Mer Rick. Damage suit for slander. Ver diet for defendant. Sarah Merrick 84 years age oct. 8.�?stephen Horn is Sarah Williams it Al. Petition for parti Tion defendants in default for answer and demure partition ordered and Newton m. Crawford Andrew t. Hagan and Aaron Lyons appointed commissioners. Isabella Ashbaugh is John Flynn it Al. Finding for plaintiff for $496.93 with accruing interest at 7% and Sale mortgaged premises dered and leave to file answer for John m. Custer i Stanter. Andrew j. Creter sex. Of Elizabeth Creter deceased is Edgar a. Walter auditor Tuscarawas county. De Murrer to plaintiffs petition sustained to which plaintiff excepts and plaintiff not desiring to further plead the temporary injunction heretofore allowed is dissolved and discharged and the plaintiffs petition dismissed at his costs payable out the assets said estate plaintiff gives notice his intention to Appeal this action to circuit court and the Appeal Bond fixed at $100. We. Gappas . Motion for new trial overruled and 50 Days Given to prepare and have allowed and signed a Bill exceptions it is considered by the court that the defendant go hence without Day and recover from the plaintiff his costs herein expended. John hurry is Dorothy Bunch. Kerch amp Brooks made party defendants their own motion with leave to file answer and Cross petition by oct. 25, 1894. Continued fourth Page. You seen our new Stock ? its All new. Prices a a \ lowest. Money Back if you want j. W. Schultz and wife Nison attended the 100th Anni sary their aged grandmother is. Catharine Hoobler at her Home in German township Harrison county last tuesday. This lady was j Horn at harpers ferry va., oct 8th 1794, and in All probability re Mem i hers our first presidents second i term and when hut 10 years age migrated to Eastern Ohio with Hen parents. Nine years later she was United in Wedlock with Michael Koohler and to them were Horn ten children six whom Are still living and assisted in making the Day a pleasant one. Nearly one thousand people were present the occasion and a lengthy program was rendered consisting music and select speaking. Although mrs. Hoobler has survived a Century her understanding is yet Good. The sense sight excursion to Columbus via the Pennsylvania lines oct. 22 and 23, account meeting the grand Lodge free and accepted masons Ohio special excursion tickets to Columbus will he sold oct. 22 and 23 from ticket stations Pennsylvania lines in Ohio return coupons valid until oct. 26, 1894. We have Given a. Bippus amp soothe. Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutria Cious and Frew from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. 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., a 31 it a a a a a 1 persons wanting Coal will leave Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. G. W. Mathias. Clothiers tailors and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio

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