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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 25, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. Read the ads. Of our live business men in this Issue they know who brings the Trade. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday october 25, 1894. Number 44. To the democracy. Vote it As you should and do your duty As a Democrat. As we have one the Best county tickets Ever nominated for your endorsement at the polls do not vote against a single Man the coterie. Commencing with Edgar a. Walter for auditor he deserves the United strength the party for he is not Only a social and genial gentleman but is withal one the most efficient auditors in the state Ohio give him your undivided support. Next comes that old wheel horse democracy Salem township Adam Stocker for commissioner. A More deserving Man we have never nominated for anything so rally for him and elect him by a rousing majority. Next is George Crater for infirmary director. He will be the right Man in the right place give him your vote and you will have done your duty but not fully so till you also cast the ticket Complete ending with genial Happy Joe Hostetler for Coroner. We will not close without calling you to support our excellent state ticket headed As it is by that Gallant one armed Soldier Milton i. Turner for Secretary state and ending with our own patriotic citizen and wounded Soldier. Harry b. Keffer for member Board Public works. There you have it and you can conscientiously vote for each and every person named and w Hen you do so the oth november you will feel assured you have performed a duty you owe to your party and to yourself. Better take their medi Cine. Rom the Cadiz Democrat. The calamity howling Organ up Street edited by Carnahan Hogg and Lacey Over the Postoff Iee is very much worried about Wool these Days. They received a letter one Day last week from some one in Coshocton probably connected w Ith a newspaper there and wanting to know if a list some Twenty Odd names Farmers published in the new Philadelphia times who had sold their Wool since the Tariff Bill passed for 20 cents per Pound Wras Correct. They All got excited and Little wonder because it was an unusual tiling to receive a letter inquiry from a neighbouring county even if the writer did no to amount to Lacey and Hogg put their Heads together Carnahan was probably away from Home buying Wool at 20 cents and occupied about a column and a half the calamity Organ in proving that All but two the Twenty Odd Farmers had sold their a Wool for 20 cents after the passage the Bill exactly As the times had said. Of course editor ? Hogg was impressed with the idea that Wool would not do much Good etc., but then we All understand that. Within two Days after the Tariff Bill had passed one the above mentioned men was buying All the Wool he could get in Athens township this county and was paying 20 cents straight but Wras also endeavouring to make every one whose Wool he bought Promise to say nothing about it because As he said he wanted to buy All he could at 17 cents. Bankrupt Sale the Shutz amp Bixler Stock consisting Worth menus and boys Ltd by trial from Mentz it seems that the old soldiers who go to the Dayton Home to spend their declining years virtually fall into a death trap. The United states government should give them better Protection. Do not scratch your county ticket whatever your feelings May be otherwise. Remember stay with those whom you know has done the right thing with you in the past. They were tried and were not found want ing. It is said that forty old soldiers have been robbed and killed in the Vicinity the Dayton soldiers Home within the past few years. Just w hat the authorities have done in the Way bringing the murderers to Justice is not a matter record but it should be. The g. O. P. Tried very hard to mislead the Public that Wilson was very unpopular among his constituents in West Virginia. They found out that Wilson is idolized by All parties and that their attempts to besmirch his private character has fallen through. Some person for some cause other has been circulating the statement that the democratic candidate for county commissioner is Captain Stocker. We wish to state that the person known As Captain Stocker is not the candidate. Adam Stocker a Well informed Farmer is the candidate the democratic ticket. Mckinley is getting himself hoarse by his cry. A your difficulty is to get the Money we have in he has been posting himself last years party papers. The testimony the Treasury officials is that they cannot print the one and two Dollar notes fast enough to meet the extraordinary demand precipitated by the business revival. The democrats new York Are considerably w worried about the Silver Plank in the Ohio platform. The democrats this state know what they want and made the platform to suit. From a general standpoint it is the Best utterance made the Silver question and is bound to w in whether the new York democrats like it not. Local melange. While the governor Ohio is booming himself for president the state department is getting into All kinds complications by mistakes being made by clerks etc., acting As governor. It is supposed to be All right to a Republican mind but if it was a Democrat doing the same thing what a howl would go up. Clothing which we bought at sheriffs Sale and will be sold for Cash Only for about 50 Tab Hie Dollar. 50 Call at once g. Mauser amp sods new Philadelphia Ohio. A special dispatch from Wheeling has this to say one the prominent w ool buyers Harrison county who has been cornered in his transactions senator Charles Hogg the Ohio District across the River is a Wool buyer and a Republican candidate for re election. He has been preaching 14-cent Wool from the stump. It came out yesterday that he had bought 18,000 pounds Wool in Harrison county at 20 cents straight an extra Good Price for the Grade. In a card printed today he declares the Deal was closed the Day the new Tariff Bill became a Law and therefore was protected. Bit How do the workmen like the news taken from the Leader a suit has just been entered against . Morton the Republican candidate for governor new York for violation the alien labor contract Law by importing an English Coachman under contract. The Treasury department has ordered the Man sent Back and . Morton will have to pay for a gaping the this is a Nice party to belong to Odiose Leader is a a Friend the poor Man a hiring his help from abroad How they Humbug the Workingman gov. Mckinley in his recent speech tried to terrify the few Farmer hearers by Yelling free Hay at them. Now sensible Tiller the soil Stop just one minute and ask yourself How much Hay you raised this year. Did you raise enough to Supply yourself and have some for Sale Many did and Many did not. The Supply is not equal to the demand and therefore a sufficient Quantity to make up this deficit has to he imported now in your hour need do you want to pay several dollars More per ton As you would under a High Tariff for something you must have assuredly not. On the other hand some years you have a Large crop More than you can use and the Market is overloaded Tell us w hat Good a Tariff w Ould do you then. Foreign Hay can not come in for that very reason and the Protection you hear so much about does not do you a particle Good. The same is True wheat. This years crop is immense and not one Bushel has been shipped in from India any other country yet Mckinley told you that w Ould happen under free wheat. Supply and demand is w hat regulates the prices. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Bring us your Job printing. Job printing at the times office. H a. Parmelee the woodworker goods Selling at mrs. Russells below Cost. 44-2 the Quail Lawr comes in the 10th, november. The most stylish wraps in the City at j. H. Kinsey a miss Anna Nixon is visiting her friends in Dennison. Mrs. Noah Beechy visited friends in Canton last week. An infant son Charles Myers canal Dover died monday. Mrs. W. B. Hochstetler visited friends at Sugarcreek sunday. Master Frank Kail port Washington Sun Dayed w Ith Smith Moore. Persons wanting Coal will leave Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. G. W. Mathias. Alex brow i is Home from Washington to stay until alter the election. James Nixon near Scio visited his Nephew . J. W. Nixon and family Friday and saturday last week. David Wallick Vanwert county o., is visiting his brother in Fairfield township. Wesley Welty Coshocton w As shaking hands with his friends in this City sunday. Our old Friend Henry Hay and daughter Lizzie Are visiting this w Eek in Coshocton. Geo. Ramsey near Deersville visited relatives Here and at Dover during the past we Eek. Go to mrs. Russells for trimmed sailors at 25c. 44-2 mrs. Ola Morgan and Little daughter Jessie Carrollton spent Sun with mrs. S. Moore. Or. Robert Cooper and wife Are listing mrs. Cos parents Rev. E. J. Hart and w Ife this City. Man permanent position. Stamp and references a. T. Morris care this paper. Fall and Winter suits made to order in the very latest styles by David Maurer the tailor. Quot 41-3m Cyrus Rhone Boliva was lodged in jail last w Eek charged with grand larceny. He is said to be an old offender. Or. Ottmann a Date at the Sherman House is monday oct. 29th, 1894. We by mistake had it nov. 5th. Those interested will please take notice. We. Haverstock Indiana and former citizen this county is visiting mrs. Philip Getzman near Winfield. Editor Helmreich claims that there w Ere 25,000 people in Dover taking the to Days together the Street fair last week. Miss Ellen Rabbit Akron is visiting miss May Hardman daughter our clerk courts Lyman Hardman Esq. Miss Mollie Gibson Dennison spent sunday in this City the guest her sister mrs. Or. Nixon West High Street. Advertisers Are after us with Large demands. They know our circulation and also know the value they receive from our columns. Samuel Myers who is one the government employees at Washington came Home saturday and w ill remain until after the election Fine trimmed hats Selling at mrs. Russells store for $1.75 and $2. 44-2 elder e. J. Hart the disciple Church is holding a series meetings at this time. The song service is conducted by mrs. Reed Indiana. J. C. Miller and w Ife contemplate moving to Cleveland in a few Days w Here . M. Will engage in the Grain and feed business. We Are sorry to lose Calvin from our midst the big subscription list the times is draw ing new business friends every7 week. We Are steadily crawling up past the High Wrater Mark and feel gratified at the Prosperity dawning. Call Daniel Wyss new Phila Delphia o., for bargains in no. 1 Shade and fruit Trees. His Trees Are the Best varieties All grafted budded. He Sells cheap. Of Oscar Bowers and miss Edna daughter Rev. Hart new Philadelphia formerly Minerva w Ere the guests . And mrs. C f. Downs saturday Aud Malvern Herald. I and provision store. Mrs. Frank Davy Mineral Point died saturday night. She had not fully recovered from child birth and taking cold caused her death. She w As aged about 35 years and Wras the second we Ife. Or. Davy has had serious afflictions from death in his family. Mrs. Davy was buried monday. A Man by7 the name Burrell son in Law . Stauffer beyond Dover met Writh a serious Accident last week w Hile delivering a Load Hay at the barn Samuel Toomey. He w As Riding the Load As he entered the barn and w As caught Between the Hay and the plate Over the barn door doubled up and knocked from the Wagon breaking his shoulder Blade and two ribs. He is in a dangerous condition. The . Kurtz farm lying Between new Philadelphia and canal Dover was sold by Roland Kurtz the executor saturday. The farm is one the Best in the county and lies about one mile from town and consists 400 acres. It w As bought by . Lew is canal Dover for $27,000. We consider this a Good Sale under present prices land. We believe that land has found its Bottom prices and henceforward the tendency will be upward. Although the Kurtz land is not a criterion As to prices land generally As the location made it valuable. A quiet wedding tuesday evening at 7 30 clock Delbert k. Hendershot this City led to the Hymen Al altar miss Cora Ann Kurtz daughter William Kurtz Cincinnati. The ceremony took place in the m. E. Church conducted by Rev. I. S. Winters. The near relatives and a few7 intimate acquaintances Only w Ere present to witness the ceremony. Miss Kurtz is a highly accomplished Young lady and a music teacher. Or. Hendershot is a promising Young business Man and son 1. R. Hendershot Leroy After the ceremony w As performed an elegant repast w As served at the residence . Ferguson near the m. E. Church. This couple took a Wrise View things and settled Down to married life in Stanter and for the time being will Board w Ith the family Ferguson. In attendance from out town w Ere father and Mother the Groom . And mrs. I. R. Hendershot Leroy and their daughter Charline Arthur Kurtz Cincinnati brother the Bride and we. Vogt Akron These Young people Start Outwith a Bright future before them both being w7ell qualified to Battle with the business w orld. The times extends congratulations and Best wishes for their future Prosperity we Are requested to announce that there w ill be no cards. Real estate transfers. George Bair to Newton m. Crawford lot 35, Westchester $65. We. Oliver to Sarah i Cole 29% acres Goshen 9. Robert j. Lyle to Lizzie b. Rowan lot 8, Dennison 525. Incorporated Village Blakes Mills to Simon h. Darst 13-100 acre. 50. John Edie to Geo. S. Krammer % acre Warwick 125. Rebecca Bartholow to Lemuel Bartholow 1 acre and48 so r Oxford 39 Sanford b. Walters to we. Tid Rick 65-100 acre Oxford 50. Joshua c. Bell to we. M. Bell lot 22, Dennison 1. We. M. Bell to Annie c. Bell lot 22, Dennison 1. Valentine wills executor to r. J. Meredith 85 7-10 acres Goshen 7134. Moses Bickel to meet Strock 2 acres Bucks 175. C. C. Shutzy a trustee to Ellen Geck Ler part lot 7, Bolivar 824. Elizabeth Creter sex a to Louisa Mitchell 5-100 acres Oxford 150. M. D. Skeels to w. D. Strong lot 13, Mineral 75. We. D. Strong to we. L. Bell lot 13, Mineral 500. Good bait. It was Friday last. The parties lawyer j. T. Mccullough and Street commissioner John Erwin. Place the Tuscarawas River. The catch eight Black Bass by j. T. Mccullough. Weight about Twenty pounds. Six Black Bass by John Erwin weight ten pounds. Bait minnow s. The fun seeing Joe balancing himself in the boat and Bis hat sailing Dow n Stream tagging for dear life w Ith a three Pound fish and John in a like predicament. Exclamation a for heavens Sake John steady the boat in a a goner a a Joe done to move w Ever both toners a a a Are ent they beauties John a a the finest Earth and the friends the fishermen up town were each presented with a Fine Black Bass w Hen the gentlemen Home. And Joe says a when you go fishing if you want a bite provide yourself with Good correspondence. We have just opened a meat Market and provision store in the Bartles room West front St. 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 Aung new Philadelphia Ohio. J Dover Street fair. Last we Eek canal Dover held her Street fair. The w Eather w As Fine and the fair proved a grand Success. They had put Forth every Effort to Excel our City in the Industrial Parade and wre must confess they succeeded in that particular. A very Large crowd was in attendance both Days and perhaps taking the sum the attendance for the to Days would come near equating the attendance at this place for the two Days. But our City had much the larger crowd for one Day. We think wre had a nicer exhibit products the farm and Garden than Dover. It w As a creditable show and convinces us that canal Dover has live and energetic business men. We wish them Success in All their future undertakings. De Helmreich and Charles Haas certainly deserve a great share the Praise for such a Fine exhibition for they worked like beavers to the closing. It requires Young and energetic blood to Boom a town and those boys got there in Good shape. W. G. Frew7 has been appointed Day marshal in the place Daniel Sweaney and John w. Spreitzer and we. Douglas As night watch and Deputy marshals at meeting Council wednesday night last. W. J. Knodle received $20 from the Piqua o., i. O. O. F. Accident insurance for injury to the Little Finger his right hand occasioned from playing Ball. Hew As unable to use his Finger for a period two weeks take your pipe works orders to Spring Bros. Amp Holzwarth. Get half Trade and balance in Cash. No discount. 41 Hon. H. H. Porter and James g. Patrick addressed an enthusiastic democratic meeting at Ragersville saturday evening. Their speeches were appreciated by the audience. Old Auburn township can be relied to Roll up her usual democratic majority this fall mrs. Catharine a. Bowers this City Mother capt. George w. Bowers is visiting friends at East Liverpool and Pittsburg. Mrs. B. Is 78 years old and we can safely say that she is the youngest old lady Tuscarawas county. She would pass for not More than fifty years age. Leibius and Isaac Williams Allen county and their wives Are visiting their sister mrs. Conrad Good Erding. Mrs. Leibius Williams has not visited the county for 52 years although born near Shanesville. She intends visiting her childhood Home before returning to Allen county. Jacob Welty dead. Jacob Welty died his farm Brandywine Dover township oct., 16, 1891, and w As buried at the bran Dow Ine cemetery. He was born Jan. 19, 1817. He leaves four children David Welty who resides at greens Burg Summit county John Welty and mrs. Barbara Yentis Brandywine and mrs. Mary Miller new Philadelphia. Jacob Welty was one our old settlers and we As born the farm we hich he died. Many his old friends will miss him for he w As a Good Man and pleasant to All who met him. Court House sweepings. The Case the state Ohio is Robert Galbraith the charge embezzlement attracted considerable attention in the common pleas court monday. The jury acquitted him the charge. Galbraith claimed he never refused top a Wii at he claimed w As due the securing witness while the latter claimed a much larger sum in the hands Galbraith their agent. The jury w As instructed that if the defendant sincerely disputed the amount the claim and did not refuse to pay Wii at to thought was due that there Wras no intent to embezzle. The jury we As evidently that opinion and therefore found him not guilty. The Case the state Ohio is Joseph a Inch Midvale the charge embezzlement we As tried tuesday. A Large Crow d we As in attendance As witnesses and spectators. It appears that the defendant w As acting As agent for Garver Bros. Amp co., Strasburg in handling their goods and it is charged that he appropriated monies that belonged to t Lem while acting As such agent. The jury after out All night returned p. Verdict not guilty. News gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. The twin cities. W. A. Pittenger the paragraph Wras at bowl Elstow n thursday business. U. S. G. Clemens was at the county town last w Eek. C. F. Mercer and family Dennison visited friends in Scio last we Eek. Or. Hughs and wife Dennison w7ere in attendance at the Pittsburg exposition last week. O. C. Scovill brakeman the pan handle returned from a pleasant visit with his parents in Trum bul county. A. M. Dodd Columbus w As in Dennison last we Eek. J. V. Mcmillan superintendent the Dennison schools will attend the Eastern Ohio teachers annual meeting at Marietta nov. 30 and dec. 1. He will read a paper a the returns we Are making to the mrs. W. H. Romoser Uhrichsville visited relatives at canal Dover recently. Mesdames c. G. Wagner and w. J. Anderson Dennison visited friends at Pittsburg last we Eek. Oscar Davis Uhrichsville is attending school at Scio. Wesley Nign and family new Philadelphia Sun Dayed with his brother in Uhrichsville. Miss Laura Deain Harrisonville is the guest a. I. Blackburn Uhrichsville. Mrs. E. E. Aires Dennison we As the guest Pittsburg friends last we Eek. T. H. Loller and w Ife Dennison attended the Pittsburg exposition last w Eek. J. A. Mccue a pan handle brakeman we As instantly killed at Cones Ville thursday morning both legs being severed from the body. He Wras aged about 30 years and leaves a we Ife and to children. The eighth annual reception Given by the Tuscarawas div. No. 255, b. Of l. E. In Elvin and Van Ostran Hall thursday evening was a grand Success. The event w As witnessed by a Large Crow d from Home and abroad. All were greatly pleased with tie polite manner in w hich they w Ere received. In fact they Are deserving great Praise in every particular. infant son James Boals and wife died sunday night oct. 14th, in Uhrichsville. John Ludwick died october 11th, at his Home in Dennison aged 34 years 7 months and 10 Days. The remains w Ere taken to port Washington for burial. Rev. M. M. Smith who resided w Ith his brother North water Street died october 13th. Or. Smith w As a member the a. M. E. Church Eastern Ohio. His remains were interred at Steubenville. L. Hardman county clerk was in Uhrichsville tuesday business. Or. H. Is always w Elcome. Rev. A. L. Jones responded to a Telegram which he received sunday stating that his father w7ho resides near Cincinnati Wras dying. The pulpit the disciple Church being filled by , Indiana. One the milkmen the to in cities who Sells milk for five cents we Hile the rest demanded six has received warning in a letter signed a a Friend that he w Ould be visited by White Caps if the Price Wras not raised to six cents. A pleasant w edding occurred at the Home a. J. Mcland Borough in Dennison tuesday afternoon the contracting parties being miss Minnie Mcland Borough and Samuel t. Logan Uhrichsville. The Groom is an employee the pan handle railway. Rev. B. M. Price performed the ceremony in the presence the Especial friends the bridal pair. After a trip to Chicago and other cities they will take up their abode in Thornw Ood. Quite a Little Romance May be related miss Emma Wright Dennison. She had been corresponding with we. Uhrich Salida col., for some time wholly unknown to her lady friends Here and w hich correspondence has resulted in an engagement and possibly marriage by this time. Miss Wright left Dennison ostensibly to attend the Newcomerstown fair but subsequent events has divulged the secret that she did not Stop there but went to join her intended husband who bad provided her with Money for the trip. She carried out her plans in perfect secrecy to the Surprise her associates. It is stated that they had an acquaintance in childhood. We Hope that they May be abundantly blessed in the the marriage state. Married at the Catholic Church Dennison thursday morning by Rev. Father Campbell we. Conely Pittsburg and miss Annie Hart Dennison. The ceremony w As attractive to the Large number who had gathered. The Happy couple left for a ten Days tour to Pittsburg and Cleveland. The marriage Richard Jones and miss Damasca Hebron both Dennison occurred at 4he episcopal Church sunday oct. 14. Rev. L. H. Young performed the ceremony. Henry Clark Davenport neb., is the guest e. P. Millison and w Ife Dennison. John Donavon Pittsburg attended the Conley Hart wedding wednesday. Chas. Shambra Dennison has entered the pharmaceutical depart Mentjox Scio College. Mrs. F. L. Mccauley Pittsburg who has been visiting her parents in Dennison for the past two months returned Home wednesday. Miss Harriet Lemmon was Here last week in the interest the conference Cabinet meeting the up Worth league the new Philadelphia District m. E. Church which assembled in Uhrichsville. Several from this Vicinity w ill attend the Street fair at newcomers town this w Eek. The township High school is progressing finely under the management prof. Beaschler. Philip Reidenbach and family Jno Reidenbach and wife and Charles Barth and son All Buckhorn took dinner with Henry Reidenbach sr., near Here last sunday. Miss Clara helter returned from Germano the first this w Eek. The y. P. S. . Meets every sunday evening. Come out both Young and old and make these meetings interesting and profitable . And mrs. Baxter and their Nephew and w Ife . And mrs. Herron and mrs. Martin Quinley Illinois Are visiting relatives in this neighbourhood. Our teachers Are again at Wrork. W. H. Shaw at this place Lloyd Murphy at Albany l. E. Delong at Centenary j. J. Murphy at dutch hollow and l. at Rig Glens school Buckhorn. May Success attend their efforts. Rev. O. E. Palmer new Albany ind., filled the pulpit at this place the 14th. He is a Young Man ability and has the Promise a Bright future. He was reared within a few Miles this place and All were glad to see him again. He left last Friday for his Field labor being now in his seventh year at new Albany. X. Y. A. Baltic. G. W. Bull came Home last saturday bringing with him a pet Deer which he intends to put in his Park. Editor Moore new Phila., spent several hours in our Village last saturday. A number our people attended the Street fair at Dover last w Eek. Mrs. Charles swy Ope has returned from a visit to Dresden. Miss Belle Cappel visited in Chili last w Eek. Miss Etta Wolfe Canton spent several weeks with relatives Here. Her sister mrs. Dieffenbach returns to her Home in Boston soon. The Fountain store Coshocton will have a wrap Sale at Crile amp troyerm a next Friday and saturday at we hich time our Little Tow n expects to do a big business As the same Days p. Stephan will sell furniture and h. S. Rinehart blankets at a discount. Will Lantz w Ife and son Are making Indiana friends a months visit. Miss Minnie Troyer Millers Burg is visiting her cousins Here. W. D. Troyer has lately returned from Ada where he has been attending school. Cyrus Mcqueen is busily engaged in erecting a wind pump near the Square after which a Reservoir will be built to Supply the Public with water. Or. Maugans Ostrander is Here looking us banking interests. Our citizens Are interested and stockholders we Ere readily found. Indications Are that a building will at once be erected and a Bank established. Our second nine Defeated the first nine new Bedford in a game base Ball last saturday 13 to 1. Premium list. Just think it 20 pounds the Best Coffee a sugar for one Dollar. And the Best package Coffee at 23 cents per Pound at Fred Graffus Blakes Mills. 44-6 probate court proceedings. J. F. Stephenson judge. Criminal court probate adjourned to monday oct 15. 1894, at 10 clock a. M. Oct. 8. Estate j. H. Minnich final account filed. Estate Daniel Weible proof publication filed. Oct. 9. Estate Joseph m. Sproul letters administration issued to Thomas g. Gordon appraisement ordered. Oct. 10. Estate Daniel Deitrick hearing claim executor claim allowed. J. H. Clantz administrator etc., Jas. Thompson is Margaret Thompson it Al petitions to sell real estate answer and Cross petition m. R. Of Donnell filed. In regard guardianship Fredrick Halto second account filed. Will Edw Ard Saunders with application to admit same to probate filed set for hearing oct. 22, 1894 at 10 clock a. M. Of. 11. Estate Francis Stocker final account filed. Will Abraham Lorenz election widow to take provisions we ill filed. Will William c. Renick Avith application to admit same to probate filed set for hearing oct. 29, 1894, at 10 clock a. M. Oct. 12. Estate Benjamin f. Glass proof publication filed. Estate Anna b. Crisman final account filed. Oct. 13. Will Abraham Richti admitted to probate election widow to take under same filed letters testamentary issued to Louisa b. Richti and Arthur e. Richti and appraisement ordered. William t. Moore administrator etc., William is Virgin w. Hite order Sale returned no Sale reported alias order Sale issued terms one third Cash one third in one year and one third in to years at not less than appraised value. Pepper discharge Hart Wood. Frederick Miller jr., Taylor county Iowa and sister mrs. Mary Dillon Page county Iowa left Here for their w Estern Homes the 14th, after a two w Eek so visit with parents and other relatives. They w Ere called Here by the serious affliction their father Frederick Miller w to is still Siek. L. I. Carruthers paid his parents a hurried visit last we Eek. He has been managing a store business in Bridgeville Guernsey county for the last six months. By his looks one w Ould judge that the business agreed w Ith him. Sorry to lose him from our list pedagogues As he w As a Good instructor. Perry Decker w to has been confined to the House for the last two months account a broken leg is now Able to be about with the Aid crutches. Ala Manson Curby and we Ife Are visiting relatives in Harrison county at present. Estate Mary account filed. Rev. Lee h. License granted. Young mini term a Fred Graff at Blakes Mills can sell you anything in the grocery dry Good notion Boot and Sho Euine As cheap As any place in the county try us once. 44-6 the following is the list premiums awarded at the Street fair held in new Philadelphia october 10 and 11, 1894. Mathias amp Dick general store. Pug dog 1st prize e. E. Utterback. Largest number old relics 1st prize Geo. Cross 51 articles 2d, a w. Scott. F. R. Lehman 5 and 10-cent store. Guessing exact number dolls in omnibus 1st prize Ruth Hinegardner 2d, Robt. Knisely. Red peppers 1st prize Ella schildts 2d, Mary Stitler. Opossum 1st prize f. Alleshouse 2d, r. R. Sproull. A Snyder bakery. Cut Flowers 1st prize mrs. John Wilkinson 2d,s. Humerickhouse 3d, mrs. J. Jordan. John a. Kron Saloon. Largest turtles 1st prize Al. Affholder smallest Turtle 1st Rize John w. Horn Corn 1st prize Earl Isher 2d, Martin miser. Adam Gintz furniture store. Heaviest baby. 1st prize Fred Baker 24 pounds smallest baby 2d, John Steffey 10% pounds no marriage in window. J. C. Dittmar Barber. No entry made. Chas. Englehart Barber. No entry made. Lewis Horrisberger Saloon. Squirrels. 1st prize James catgut 2d, Chas Horrisberger. Bobacher pub. Co. Excels in German Reading. 1st. Prize Elizabeth Humerick House in writing 1st prize Elizabeth Kraby 2d, Joseph Brude. Davis Urfer grocers. Cushions. 1st prize r. W Eller 2d, Sam Hurst. Bread. 1st prize Julia we Alton 2d, mrs. Kugleman 8d, Lewis Crawford. Cake. 1st prize Flossie Lewis 2d. Grace Forney. . Diefenbacher grocer. Largest Squash. 1st prize Herman Harmon 2d and 8d, Daniel Gribble. Gamble amp Gray confectioners. No entry. Crescio amp bro., confectioners. Hickory nuts. 1st prize John Buss yams 1st prize Victor Hinig. H. P. Fribley hardware. In Gest hair. 1st prize Solomon Beaber 18 inches 2d, Thomas Meek 11%inches. O. P. Taylor amp son hardware. Rats. 1st prize Jacob Foehl. E. Alexander Clothier. Best Mare gelding. 1st prize Jas. Congleton 2d, Armor Strawn 3d, Kenton Penrod. L. Zeilner amp sons stoves and tinware. Best bread baked in any stove 1st prize mrs. Daniel Wyss Best in Climax 1st, mrs. Snyder in Garland 1st, mrs. Or. Tinker in Banner 1st, Julia Walton. John Eckert boots and shoes. Parrots. 1st prize mrs. John Kaderly 2nd, c. C. Williams 8d, Lehman. John Burry dry goods. Quilts. 1st prize s. Hurst 2d, Elizabeth Slingluff. Senhauser amp sons clothiers. Caps awarded to Sugarcreek band. Wolf Bros., tinware. Turkeys. 1st prize Chas Hummell. H. A Espenshied jeweler. Geraniums. 1st prize Maggie Mcknight 2d, Jacob Maurer. C. B. Spence confectioner. Pigeons. 1st prize Mary Taylor. Rabbits. 1st prize we. Sharp. W. W. Bowers cigars and Tob Aceb. Groundhogs. 1st prize Chas. Schusler 2d, Edward Becks 3d, t. B. Worstell. Samuel Schlup liquors. Corn. 1st prize Carrothers 2d, j. Myers. Fred Gintz Saloon. Chickens. 1st prize w. Lash 2d, John Steinbaugh. Game. 1st prize. Geo. Sharp 2nd, m. Bodin. Stucky amp Maurer Salon lists. Eating 11 crackers in shortest time. 1st prize Louis Hanney. 14 minutes. J. Shumaker restaurant. Chickens. 1st prize w. E. Lash. Turkeys. 1st prize Jno. Orin an 2d, r. S. Harting. Schwab amp Reusser Salon lists. Cheese. 1st prize Fred. Leatto 2d, Christ Kulcher. E. S. Swift Racket store. Turnips. 1st size. J. H. Grund peaches. 1st prize mrs. Lucy pears 1st prize mrs. Minnich. F. Schenk Saloon. Cheese. 1st prize Nick Pfeifer 2d. Will Kinsey 3d, John Shearer. Spring Bros. Pfc Holtzwart dry goods. Quilts. 1st prize Sarah Keiser 2d, Ida Fry. Largest number spools. 1st prize Jessie Gilgen. 38u5 2d. Clara Krebs 3404. Corn. 1st prize. No. 17, no name 2d, Limbaugh. Grain. 1st prize Norman English. Henderson amp Gray grocers. Butter. 1st prize Mary Rummell 2d, Elva Oaklief Coshocton co. Potatoes. 1st prize Francis Hawk 2d, j. C. Winger. J. C. Joss amp son jewellers. Nicest Pony 1st prize Robert Johnson 2d, r. H. Wain Wright. Browne amp Myers clothiers. Fruits 1st prize Samuel Rennecker 2d, e. Walton. John h. Kinsey dry goods. Ii Argest Squash no name. Torgler amp it Docker Saloon. Largest Turtle 1st prize John Emerson 2d, Jno Meese. Tracy Powell amp Rogers butchers. Soring Lamb 1st prize John Norman 2d, Daniel Stemphley Spring chickens 1st prize Edward Sargent 2d, Andy Holman guineas 1st prize Earl Fisher. Miss Mattie Meanor Milliner. Oldest Bonnet 1st prize miss Lytle 80 years old Quai test hat Lee Kinsey 1st prize. S. S. Urfer dry goods. Oldest dress 1st prize Jessie Winkle oldest parasol 1st prize Nora grim 2d, mrs. Denison Flowers 1st prize h. Minnis 2d, . Scott w ise Callanan amp co. Groceries. Spinning wheel 1st prize mrs. Solomon Beaber. Costas Bros confectioners. Chestnuts 1st prize j. M. Stonebrook grapes 1st prize Solomon Beaber 2d, Emma Winspear. Farny amp Geiser grocers. Cabbage 1st prize. Fred Burkey butter 1st prize mrs. John Erwin 2d, Simon Limbach. John Keunzli amp sons butchers. Sheep 1st prize . Baab 2d, . Shupp lambs 1st prize r. B. Mccoy 2d, . Dele geese 1st prize Armor Strawn 2d, h. Goudy ducks 1st prize . Blickens Derfer 2d, Jno. Buss. Geiser amp. Keunzli hardware. Oldest revolver 1st prize p. F. Duffer 2d, j. B. Thompson oldest Rifle 1st prize we. Hall plums 1st prize h. L. Hall toughest plow Lewis Kratz 2d, Levi France 3d, William Johnston. O. C. J unkind bakery. Peaches 1st prize 1st Creps 2d, Al. Reusser. H. Ii. Hall jeweler. Largest peach 1st prize. Miss Agnes Hanlon dress with most colors 1st prize. Miss Foehl. A. Bippus it pc son grocers. Red beets 1st prize Jno. Hinig 2d, Fred Goutchy turnips 1st prize Joseph lab 2d, Nicholas Weitze parsnips 1st prize u. Rosch 2d, John Hinig carrots 1st prize j. E. Humerickhouse 2d de. Lendor. Jacob Foehl Broadway hotel. Cabbage 1st prize d. Hawk 2d, j. Bigler red beets 1st prize Albert Wenger 2d, Jacob Athol Der radishes 1st prize j. A. Fox 2d, f. L. Brinkman. Beiter amp Lytle Marble works. Monu Niento to Hiram Mozena. Of a Uhrichsville be ing the oldest Soldier who had died since 1890. Craig Bros Saloon. Ferrets 1st prize Geo Wyss 2d, John Collins. H. C. Sharp Cigar manufacturer. Tobacco. 1st prize Geo. Green 2d, . Schrader w. H. Swihart Saloon. Bicycle race 1st prize de Dorsey 2d, James Knisely. C. E. Lahmers grocer. Foot race 1st prize c. A. Hudson 2d, e. W. Mathias. Simon Gilgen. Saloon. Mule race 1st prize t. Miller 2d, c. I it. Allison. Hurst Bros grocers. Sack race 1st prize John Winters 2d, John Evans. . Joss a son jewellers. Pony race 1st prize Dan Rice 2d. Bob Johnson. J. P. Grim livery. Best horseback rider 1st prize. Miss Scott 2d, miss Kugleman. Schoch Bros confectioners. Comic girl 1st prize. Mamie Joss 2d,Tillie Foehl com i boy 1st prize. Arthur Slagle. E. R. Parmelee boots and shoes. Pret Tiest rooster 1st prize c. Huddle largest rooster 1st prize Henry Gundy smallest rooster 1st prize. A Harman rooster with longest spurs . Cahill ugliest rooster 1st prize w. Rosenberry. Myers amp Rosch boots and shoes. Picture 1st prize miss Springer. H. E. Burnside 5 and 10 cent Bazar. Old est doll 1st prize Ella Kinsey head rest 1st prize Maggie Mcknight. Kennedy amp Surat Len. Grocers. Smallest potatoes. 1st prize Emerson Gribble 2d, Daniel Gribble largest potatoes 1st prize we. Kinsey 2d, we. Springer. Mcelroy a Linn furniture dealers and undertakers. Correct number Beans in Jar 1093 1st prize Lucy Kaderly guess 1992 2d. Mrs. C. E. Kreiter guess 1095. Parr amp Kelley boots and shoes. Apples 1st prize Perry Knisely 2d, a. J. Caddis eggs. 1st prize Richard Watkins 2d, j. Swihart. Wallick Bros meat Market. Foot race. 1st prize Chas. Walker 2d. Henry Smith. John a. Himes abstract deeds. Best exhibit in Parade. 1st prize John 11. Kinsey. Black amp Norton livery. Exhibit in Parade. 2d prize Adam Gintz. Mike Siebold. Nearest matched team 1st pure a. Beyer. Nearest matched team mules 1st Price John nagely. We made a mistake last week in giving the death notice Hannah Peters. We said she was the wife Daniel Peters when we should have said James Peters. The obituary notice furnished us was mislaid and thereby occurred the mistake. Lewis Decker and wife Guern be have now in Stock an immense sey county Tives. Are Here visiting rela Jesse Blair and wife Are visiting relatives in the Western part the state. Mrs. Nicholas Weingarth and mrs. Abram Cappel returned last Friday from a three weeks visit with brother . Salm and family in Missouri. New pleas court. Alice e. Quinn is William f. Minnis. Action for the recovery Money for value property. Garrett 8. Edwards is Lucinda 8toner. Suit for damages for slander. The Penn liquor company is Louis Fritz it Al. Action for Money. Benjaman f. Beans is Henry Grundy. Damages claimed for lumber alleged to have been appropriated by defendant. Clinton 8. Walker is Harvey Logan. Damages claimed for slander. Marie May is William h. May. Divorce prayed for. Line Winter wraps and capes just received from new York at prices lower than Ever before. Done to fail Tosee hem. A j. H. Kinsey a. If you want flooring siding ceiling sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East rav Street. 15tf a a groats Verc Nast an for cd utter for the boys. For the children. For the Young Man. For the old Man. For the poor Man. For the Rich Man. overcoats 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 clothiers Tai lors furnish ers new Philadelphia Ohio. A a a a a a a Money Back if Yon want it. A Var cats the autumn Sale a we Are going to make it interesting during this period. Dress goods. 1100 Yards cloth novelties plaid and Wool fabrics. All go at 29 cents a Yard. Worth 29c. 40, 50,60 75, 29c underwear prices Low can mention prices Only few. Menus suits 50 cents ladies ribbed vests 25 cents is a bargain. You want to see them. Hannibal a. Williams the highly talented shakespearian Reader will appear at Eagle Hall nov. 1st. It is difficult to describe this unique and highly entertaining recitation. To the lovers Shakespear it is a revelation and we Are sure no one could better understand the intents and purpose that master the passions human nature than by hearing this interpretation the writings that immortal Genius Shakespeare. Tickets and seats at Halls. 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 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. 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 we have Given a. Bippus life 8onthe. Ency in new Philadelphia for our Arley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nuts Cious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. Spring Bros j amp Holzwarth. 1 Cashmere. We have a line Cashmere and novelties that will go at 12c. Per Yard. Fine goods. These goods Are Worth 20c. 25c., and 30cts this is a bargain. Woolen skirts. The Best anal cheapest place to buy them is us. 687., 78c., 89c., 98c. And $1.26. To suit everybody you want to see this line goods none better to be found anywhere. W hat we advertise we have. You will do us a favor if you say where you saw this advertised. When you come to $ make your Purchase by doing so you will Confer a favor hosiery. We show the most Complete line in the City. Ladies Good fleeced 19c., 25c., 35c., and 50c. Wool Hose. 19c., 25c., 50c., and 75c., these Are Good values. In children a Hose we beat them All. Blankets. We give you the Best values for the smallest Sura. Wool blankets $1.89. All Wool $3,25 and $3.75 upwards. You cannot beat them and we will convince you. 4

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