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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 13, 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 september 13, 1894. Number 38. New Philadelphia markets. Flour Best family per bbl. $ 44 44 44 44 sack. 44 new process 44 44 44 Amber per sack. Wheat per Bushel. Corn 44 44oats 44 44rye 4 4 4 4oil meal per 100 lbs. Timothy seed per Bushel. Clover seed 44 44hay per ton. Butter per la. Eggs per Doz. Hams per la. Shoulders per la. Sides per la. Lard 44 44tallow per la. Potatoes per Bushel. Chickens per la. Turkeys 4 4 44geese. Ducks per la. 8 00 75 85 70 45@47 55 a 60 30 60 1 75 2 50 6 00 10 00 20 10 12 9@10 7@8 10 04 50 bankrupt Sale the Shudtz amp Bixler Stock consisting democratic 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 Congress. James a. D. Richards. Tuscarawas county. For circuit court judge s. M. Hunter Licking county. Boito via from Nett. Corn is King at present reached to 72 cents a Bushel c ago. It has in Chi opera Starke Coxey is conducting an bouffe Campaign up in the District. What a judgment has fallen upon the Good people in these last Days. Claude Mathews Indiana is slated As one the democratic possibilities for president in �?T96. We. Morrison Illinois is booked also for the same Honor. Local melange. $3, Worth menus and boys clothing buckle your Armor democrats a big fight is ahead you. Let no More enemies stalk into your Camp and Surprise you sleeping. Remember you were caught napping once and paid dearly for it. One the Republican papers in new York exulting by exclaims 44the name Levi p. Morton will infuse new life and enthusiasm into the Campaign this just so especially when his name is signed to a Good sized Check. Which we bought at sheriff s Sale and will be sold for Cash Only for about 50 cents the dollar50 Call at Onoe g. Mauser amp sons new Philadelphia Ohio. After being snubbed sat Down a in fact partially kicked out the Republican ranks Don Cameron has finally landed head first in the populist party to their consternation and Surprise. How they take to the dose will be Ludric Ous to behold. Our wily governor is Way up in the state Maine using Foraker a Thunder a la bloody shirt to convince the folks up there that the feelings the Western people Are still fresh the late unpleasantness. It is always said that some men act childish when they Are away from Home. The governor is one them and he is to be pitied. The governor Ohio should take a lesson from the governor Indiana but our wily governor who is swinging the Circle whooping up his presidential Bee has no time to think his people self is his most important Hobby. Governor Matthews gave his personal note and Check for Over $60,000 to the soldiers who were called out during the late Striae. Our Republican Mckinley Isnit built that Way. It takes a Democrat t Cater to Fellowman. The co operation Banks in other words building and Loon associations. A few facts concerning them in Ohio their capital exceeds that the National savings and private thanks by Over $11,000,000. During the past year panics and depression in almost All kinds business there has been failure and heavy losses and Many Banks have succumbed but during All this time not a single failure has occurred in our state in the building and loan business. They have stood the test and not been found wanting. They have paid the usual dividends have furnished Money to Many to tide Over difficulties and kept right doing business in their Normal condition. We do not hesitate to say that the building and loan companies Ohio under the supervision the Wise Laws and the inspection a state Bureau established by Law a few years ago Are the safest and most profitable investment for the savings the masses that can be found. The Borrower will not find them exorbitant in rates As Many Are inclined think. The state report shows that the average rate to the Borrower is 7.8 per cent and he participates in the dividends also. There is a great Deal prejudice in the minds Many partly account the irregularities practice by some companies years ago before the Laws were perfected and partly because they Are not understood in their manner doing business. Money invested can generally be withdrawn thirty sixty Days notice with the interest and the Law provides that borrowers May off their Loans at any time and Stop the interest. Interest cannot be collected to the end the period As Many suppose. They Are simply 44co-operative Banks a which name is required by Law in some states. The profits Are divided among All the depositors including borrowers. The expense management rarely exceeds one per cent receipts and the losses for last year were Only seven hundredths one per cent receipts which was onl\5 cents per Mem her for the whom late. A. F. Denison. Land Sale John Kaderly and Frederick Glau ser As executors the last will Anc testament Valentine wills de ceased will offer for Sale the premises saturday sept. 22,1894 Between 2 and 5 clock p. M. A Fine farm known As the Home farm . It will be sold in Small tracts As a whole As the Best interests the estate demand. This farm lies the Plains and River hot Toms the Road leading from new Philadelphia to Uhrichsville about 4 Miles from the former place. It is first class land and will be sold at y Cash y in one year and y in two years secured by mortgage the e premises sold deferred payments to ear interest. This is a rare Chance to get Good land close to the county seat. 38-2 go to P. Davis at Tracy o., for Home made tin fruit cans at lowest prices. Also for miners powder at $1.35 per Keg. Groceries All kinds at lowest prices 37-2 the editor the advocate in last weeks Issue undertakes to reprimand democratic editors for misrepresentation in the Price Wool. The act that Wool is going up in Price is a bitter Pill for republicans now that the Campaign is near at hand. For the Benefit the advocate we cite a Case in proof the democratic claim. James Leeh a Farmer living near Uhrichsville a few Days ago sold his Wool five successive clippings in other words five years growth at 22 cents. This we have from a reliable source. Now what does the advocate think that the Wool buyers and Republican press were the cause 16 cent Wool. One the most soul stirring anthems that would be pleasing and in Accord with his followers would be for Mckinley to make a Silver speech with the present Drift Republican sentiment in this state which is to 44restore Silver to its proper tears would flow like torrents to hear him explain and make it up with that 44dishonest Silver dollars he has abused so much in the past watch him later and see him eat the Crow dish and All. Sheep that were Selling in this county in 1892 for $3 per head Are now with their increase Selling at from 75 cents to $1.�?Tuscarawas advocate. If the editor the advocate will make oath that he believes tiie above article we will agree to vote the Republican ticket henceforward. Every Farmer knows that it is the tag end flocks that is Selling for 75 cents per head. We Well remember and so does every Farmer that a few years ago under Republican Rule sheep sold As Low As Low As now and Many were pelted rather than feed them there being no Sale for them. We would like if the editor the advocate will name a Farmer that has sold will sell sheep that were Worth $3 per head in 1892 for 75 cents to $1 now with their increase. Mckinley ism in its worst form is gone but its blighted effects still remain. Like a pestilence a War it has left its pall behind. The depleted Treasury the smokeless factory chimneys the degraded Price farm products the chaotic condition labor the numerous strikes All Mark the Trail the scorpion. In its place we have a half hearted apology for 44 Tariff Reform a known As the Senate Bill which is under the stigma becoming a Law without the president signature. It averages about 12 per cent improvement Over its predecessor and were it not for the odious % per cent differential sugar there would not be need for so much democratic dissatisfaction. A duty sugar instead a Bounty is decidedly an improvement. It brings millions into the Treasury annually instead taking it out. The Bounty sugar under Mckinley ism was necessity obtained by Over taxing other commodities and the poor dupes who paid it thinking they were getting at least one item duty free Are to be pitied. Either a direct Bounty an indirect Bounty by the Way a 44protective Tariff is obnoxious to the rank and file the american people. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Bring us your Job printing. Job printing at the times office. Keep the Street fair your mind. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker. Miss Sadie Yeagley is sick fever. We. Burry is reported the sick list. Tin fruit cans at Burnsides 48 cents per dozen. 38rt j. C. Holzwarth has gone to Pittsburg a business trip. Conotton Valley fair will be held at Jewett sept. 13, 14 and 15, 1894. Philip Waddington Beaverdam Valley is sick typhoid fever. You ought to see the Fine China for 10 cents each at Burnsides. 38-2 d. M. Smith Deputy in the probate office Sun Dayed at Bolivar wit i his folks. Peter Cooper an employee in the office the Reeves Iron co., Dover is quite ill. / for Granite Ware Burnsides is the place. 38-2 Daniel Stowe Cincinnati is visiting his brother Norman Stowe this City. De Brown Joe Brokenshire and a1 Deardorff took a drive to Bolivar saturday evening. Rev. will preach another his illustrated sermons at the Baptist Church next sunday night. Subject ,44 lost and mrs. J. S. Bigler Milwaukee wis., is visiting friends in this City the guest her brother . F. H. Gentsch druggist. From present indications we Are to be treated a number third rate shows in Dover this Winter. An opera House is needed Here bad and a manager at its Hack. You will miss it if you done to buy some that Fine China at Burnsides for 10 cents each. 38-2 about forty members Andrew Crawford Post g.a.r., this City Are in attendance at the National Encampment at Pittsburg this week. Henry Dahmer and wife Bea ver dam Valley Are attending the state exposition and the soldiers Encampment at Pittsburg this week. Look out for hummels Oil and gasoline modern delivery Wagon. 33tf among the visitors at the National Encampment the g.a.r. At Pittsburg this week we mention j. Foster Wilkins and wife Anc Smith Moore this City. Mrs. Laura Bryan and daughter Julia after a pleasant three weeks visit with Frank Zellner and wife this City returned Home to Pittsburg saturday. A Nice lamp Shade for 10 cents at the new York Racket store. 38-2 miss Nora Dodd this City has been employed by the Board directors As a teacher in one the rooms at the Central school building. She commenced work monday morning. Married at Canton sunday sept. 9, 1894, miss Addie Crowlie and s. L. Unk Erfur formerly this place but now Chicago. Tufie Happy couple left immediately for their future Home in Chicago. Or. F. F. Eckert Ragersville dropped in a tuesday and left us Cash for his paper to feb. 8, 1896. He is a first class business Man and always wants his paper paid ahead. May he live Long and Prosper. Or. Hugh t. Patrick Chicago paid his parents Hon. . Patrick and wife this City a two Days visit last week. The doctor was in this Section the country business hence the Short visit. New y Ork Racket store has just received a Nice line Glass Ware. Marked very Low. 38-2 the court common pleas convened tuesday with judge Douthitt the Bench. The grand jury was Impan eled and charged As to its duties. Motions and demurrer occupied the court tuesday and wednesday. A Large delegation Christian Endeavor ers Dennison pleasantly passed a couple hours at the Home Geo. W. Bowers and wife North fifth Street saturday evening. The party had been attending the picnic Endeavor ers at springers Park. Lamps at Cost at the Newyl Ork Racket store. 38-2 s. S. Urfer the shrewdest buyer dry goods in this county has gone East to All the leading manufacturing centers to Purchase his fall Stock goods. They Are opening new goods every Day in this store Here and it is surprising How cheap some them Are. Done to spend All your time the Little piece Lawn in front your House but Cut the weeds and keep the trash cleaned up in your Back Yard also. Every citizen Tuscarawas county should take Pride in maintaining and making the Dover fair a Success Send for a catalogue and see what you can take to contribute to tlv6 great show. Remember the dates sep. 18th to 21st, 1894. 36-3 in the last session Congress an act was passed authorizing fourth class postmasters to administer oaths in All cases pertaining to pensions. They can charge Twenty five cents for each affidavit which they sign and to which the Seal the office is affixed. Write to w. H. Streb canal Dover for your fair catalogue and see the Liberal offer in premiums All classes Stock. Done to fail to come and bring something. Remember the Date september 18th to 21st inclusive. 36-3t g. Senhauser amp son have purchased at sheriffs Sale the Shutz amp Bixler Stock clothing consisting $3,000 Worth menus and boys suits overcoats and pantaloons which they will offer beginning saturday september 15, at about half the usual prices. Call and see them if in need clothing. 38-1 mrs. Bernhard Baltic Mother mrs. Charles Eckert Ragersville died sunday afternoon at the residence her daughter in Ragersville old age. She was buried at new Bedford yesterday. Henery Dahmer one the prominent Farmers Beaver dam Valley dropped in us saturday last with several Fine melons from his Garden. They were delicious and we appreciate the kindness . Dahmer very much. May he live Long and Prosper is our wish. Never Jerk strike a horse when he scares at a car object. Speak to him in a mild tone and seem to take no notice his fright he will soon become assured that he is not going to be Hurt. If you strike him he will expect the same thing next time and is soon ruined. The longest drouth within our knowledge was broken by a heavy rain saturday night and a harder one still monday. The weather is much pleasanter and the dust is a thing the past. The Fields Are Brown and Bare but May yet bring Forth pasturage for Stock. Joseph fetus and wife Brandywine were in Dover last week in a buggy and when at the Corner factory and second streets the horse began to kick and did not Stop until it had freed itself from the buggy. Mrs. Fetus was Hurt some but not seriously in getting out buggy. The vehicle was badly broken up. It was a Lucky escape for them. The Dover fair is always one the Best in Eastern Ohio and will be up to the Standard this fall. Take a Day Leisure and see what Tuscarawas can produce. September 18, 19, 20 and 21st. 36-3 the Board county school examiners met in the probate office saturday last and organized the Board for the coming year. Prof. Richardson was elected chairman and prof. Pfeiffer was chosen clerk. Prof. Dull the new member the Board met with them for the first time saturday. Prof. Beck retires with the Good will All the teachers the county and with tie consciousness knowing that the people regarded him As a faithful servant. Prof. Duff the Jolly irishman will do his Best to meet the approval All in the capacity examiner. Judge John e. Hanna the oldest practising lawyer in Ohio died at his Home at Mcconnellsville last thursday evening. He was in his Ninetieth year had been an Active Demour amp tic politician since 1830, and had held Many offices the last being postmaster under Cleveland a first administration. He was the father n. A. Hanna postmaster at Cadiz. He was a Man decided ability and was one the brightest men his age in the state. To raised a Large family boys All whom were prominent in the Community in which they Sentinel Send for a fair catalogue see list premiums offered and be prepared to make your entries for the Dover fair to be held sep. 18, 19, 20 and 21st 1894. 36-3 Challenge for debate. Or. E. S. Souers accepts and names terms meeting. New Philadelphia o., sept. 10, 1894. To j. A. Buchanan Esq chairman the democratic executive committee Tusca Rau As county Ohio. Sir your communication the 3rd inst., challenging Hon. A. S. Mcclure to a joint discussion with Hon. J. A. D. Richards has been duly considered by me and after consulting with capt. Mcclure i am constrained to accept the Challenge the part our committee Writh the following modifications one debate to be held in Tuscarawas county the place to be selected by capt. Mcclure one debate to be held in Wayne county the place to be selected by . Capt. Mcclure to open and close in Tuscarawas county and . Richards to open and close in Wayne county each debate to be three hours one hour to open and a half to close. The time both debates to be Between the 25th and 29th inst. The first debate to be in Tuscarawas county and the time and place to be decided within a week. Awaiting your prompt and favourable response i am very truly y7ours, e. S. Souers chair a rep. Sex. Com. Tuscarawas county Democratic state convention. Head a res democratic state i Central committee it Columbus aug. 15, 1894. The democrats Ohio Are requested to meet in Delegate convention in the City Columbus o., tuesday and wednesday sept. 18 and 19, 1894, to place in nomination candidates for the following offices Secretary state. Judge supreme court. State school commissioner. Member Board Public works. The basis representation to said convention is one Delegate for each 500 each fraction 250 Over the number votes cast for Grover Cleveland for president in 1892. All the delegates to the state convention shall be individually selected by the several counties and reported to the committee credentials As mass delegations will not be recognized. The democrats each and every county Are requested to select their local committee and report the same to the chairman the state Central committee before september 1. This report should include the names and Post office addresses each precinct and Ward committeeman and the name and Post office address the chairman and Secretary the executive Campaign committee for the ensuing year. Tuscarawas county will be entitled to 11 delegates. Correspondence. Real estate transfers. We. Leins to Frances huf Schimidt 1-8 acre Sandy $5. Frances huf Schimidt town. Leins 1-8 acre Sandy $25. We. Knisely to Fred Torgler. Lot 3, new Philadelphia $750. Henry w. Enck to Joseph s. Kep linger it Al by acres Dover $1,900. John Mekee it Al to Philip Fuhr 2 86-100 acres Mill $940. Gottleib Wolf to Eben Vankirk 2 acres Sandy $150. George m. Kugler to Wesley m. Tracy lot 4, Mineral $250. M. D. Skeels to Geo. Zimmer lots 18 and 19, Mineral $95. Caroline Geckler a heirs to a. Hafenbrak lots 2 and 3, Blakes Mills $1,700. E. W. Sherer to George Krammes lot 10, Tuscarawas $1,150. Charles j. Wagner to parthenia Holbrook lots 5 and 6, Dennison $1,700. Robert Hanna to Jacob d. Hite 3 62-100 acres Mill $271. Gardner amp Johnson to Jacob d. Hite 6 45-100 acres Mill $200. Catherine and George Vanhorn to Jacob d. Hite 6 45-100 acres Mill $365. Henry Ohler to Jacob Rennecker y acre Goshen $400. Jacob Zurfley to h. I. Winger 5-100 acre Mineral $850. H. 1. Winger to l. D. Sparks it Al 5-100 acre. Mineral $950. L. D. Sparks to w. F. Walter 5-100 acre Mineral $950. We. R. Sharp to John Sharp part lot 160, new Philadelphia $1. John Sharp to we. Sharp part lot 160, new Philadelphia $1. Louis Zellner to Cecelia m. Zellner part lots 391 and 392, new Philadelphia $2,400. James l. Crouch to Nathan e. Mears 84 acres Perry $400. James Ewing to Amelia j. Mears lots 101, 102 and 103, Westchester $500. Emanuel Exline to Jacob Stahleker in acre Sandy $42.50. Or Buchanan s reply. New Philadelphia o., september 10, 1894, j to e. S. Souers esq., chairman the Republican executive committee tuscan Rau As county Ohio. Sir a your favor this Date in which you say you Are constrained to accept the Challenge the part your committee for a joint debate Between Hon. and , with certain modifications is received. The desire is Manifest upon your part to avoid a joint discussion be tween and that you limit the debate to a single Point in this county and that to be selected by . Mcclure. This committee is willing to limit the debate in order to accommodate you and . Mcclure to two places in this county one place to lie selected by your committee for the first meeting at which . Mcclure May open and close the discussion and the other place to be selected by the democratic committee at which May have the privilege to open and close the debate. This it seems to me would be absolutely Lair to both candidates. In reply to your proposal for a meeting in Wayne county i would say that this committee has no jurisdiction Over tie Campaign in that county and we apprehend that the Republican executive committee Tuscarawas county Lias no authority to meddle with the Campaign in Wayne county and it will be in better taste for us to not interfere in territory Over which our authority does not extend. The dates you name for both discussions will be satisfactory to us for the debate in this county. Hoping you and . Mcclure will Slov no further disposition to avoid a joint discussion which is fair and honorable and that you will favor me with a prompt response i am very truly yours John a. Buchanan chairman i pm. Executive com., Tuscarawas county Ohio. Aint eating paper. A fellow evidently As Green As can be put up sauntered into the Sherman House wednesday noon registered and then made a break for the dining room. He tucked a Napkin under his Chin and was ready for a first class meal. One the girls came up to him All smiles and handed him a menu. His countenance became a Redish Hue and jumping up from the table As if a hidden Spring has struck him exclaimed to the astonished waiter t4h�?1, i ainu to eating paper a after which he shot out the dining room by Way All the doors but the right one finally landed in the office and then the Street. A reporter saw him afterwards gnawing a Section cheese and a bag crackers. Or. Souers reply. New Philadelphia Ohio sept. 10, 1894. To lion. J. A. Buchanan esq., chairman democratic executive committee Tusca Rau As county Ohio sir a in reply to yours the 10th inst. In relation to a joint debate Between Hon. A. S. Mcclure and Hon. J. A. D. Richards 1 desire to say that As your committee declines to accept the proposition made by me at the suggestion capt. Mcclure and which appears to this committee to be fair and just we must now decline to have any further communications the subject. Very truly yours e. S. Souers Chi run rep. Sex. Com. Tuscarawas county Ohio. Probate court proceedings. J. F. Stephenson judge. Criminal court adjourned to monday september 10,1894, at 10 clock . Estate James f. Perdue. Distribution account filed. Estate Jonas Penrod. Insolvent. Proof notice payment dividends filed. Jane Orin it. Al. Is w. L. Wallick Adint. Of Nancy Wallick deceased. Exceptions to final account. Dis i missed motion plaintiffs. Estate David Cable. Commission to take election widow issued. September 4. Guardianship Ada c. And Nellie wills. Bond filed and approved and letters issued to Bell wills. September 5. Estate Hannah Sewell. Citation to Joseph Sewell it Al returned and filed. Estate George a. Dunmire. Letters administration issued to Emma Dunmire. Appraisers appointed. Estate Daniel Dietrick. Claim executor against estate filed. Set for hearing oct. 10, 1894, at 10 clock september 7. In the matter the will Addison White. Will filed with application to admit to probate. Set for hearing Friday sep. 14, 1894, at 1 clock p. M. Assignment Calvin l. Gilmore. Deed assignment application for letters authority and Bond in sum $5,000 filed. Letters issued to Isaac e. Demuth. Appraisers appointed. September 8. Estate David d. Gram. Final account filed and suspended. If you want flooring siding Ceil Ning sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East Ray Street. 15tf / 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 sept. 24, 1894. Ivy Wright Mille m. Wambaugh Lizzie Stucky f. L. Niederheiser John Gintz Minnie Harshey Martha Caldwell John Biechler mrs. D. H. Brown mrs. M. A. Williams. Please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. The Tuscarawas county agricultural society has made up a very Liberal purse for racing amounting to about $1000. In All. The purse in the 3-30 Trot is $100. 2-40 Trot $200. 2-22 Pace $200. 2-25 Trot $250.2-45 Pace $150 the purses Are Liberal and will bring some Good horses. Done to fail to attend. There will be Good races both thursday and Friday. 36-3 Miller Zollars reunion. A reunion the Miller and Zollars families was held the farm Cyrus Zollars near Canton August 30, 1894. There were about 200 present and a most enjoyable time spent by All. A Large tent was placed the Lawn in which was spread a repast that showed no indication a Lack anything in the Way eatables. Rev. Rice Shanesville gave thanks. After the dinner had been served the audience was entertained by a program which was highly beneficial and pleasant to All. The program . W. G. Myers Reading minutes Sec a Schwier greeting address Welcome Eva Schwier myer reunion song by the Little ones recitation Eva Miller Myers Miller Sponseller recitation selected Ruth Zollars recitation a Little flows letter.�?�. A Florence Schwier recitation Mary m. Lerch Demeusy address Rev. J. N. Fields business meeting. In addition the wonderful Vander Sall children miss Jennie and master Stanley gave an exhibition their great Powers in elocution and music As did also miss Nellie Kline. There is a grand future before those children. After the program supper was set then preparation for Home began. The Shanesville delegation had been permitted to leave the train in an open Field near the farm where they were met with carriages and wagons. Now they again wend their Way to return Home. Some the ladies were so elated Over the trip that they entered the smoking car presumably trying to emulate some the gentlemen who went to Canton we Hope not 44to see a Many. Lew Zollars and Ben Hartman were indefatigable in their efforts to have everyone themselves and the unanimous verdict was 44we had a splendid one the number. Harvest excursion to Michigan. The Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling railway co will make half fare rates for the round trip to All Points in Michigan. Stop Over privileges will be granted to any Point in the state. Tickets will be Sale september 18, 1894, Good for Twenty Days. This is a rare Chance to visit your friends and examine the vast resources and business opportunities this great state. Tickets Sale at All stations. J. E. Terry general freight amp passenger agent. Call Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia o., Lor bargains in no. 1 Shade and fruit Trees. His Trees Are the Best varieties All grafted budded. He Sells cheap. Of news gathered by Busy corps special news gatherers. The twin cities. Miss Carrie Taylor is the guest Columbus friends. Mrs. J. Conley West first Street attended the Wheeling fair. Squire l. C. Ball was at the county a seat business Friday. Clark Conwell is very Low with typhoid fever at this writing. Mrs. Mellor Dennison is visiting relative in Pennsylvania. Frank Jones Dennison visited Joe Brown Grafton a. Frank Adams Cadiz visited his Friend will Havener Dennison. Eugene Luthy and Henry Swesey Are visiting friends in Monroe county. Miss Cora Smith is at Warnock Belmont county visiting relatives. F. Knapp St. Louis mo., Sun Dayed with Uhrichsville friends. James Shontz near Westchester was circulating among us wednesday. Robert Murphy West Side Lias moved to the Perdue farm near Westchester. Mrs. Chas. Snee Dennison is visiting her sister mrs. James Tweed at Conneaut j. C. Tope East fair Street who has been ill with typhoid fever is convalescent. E. E. Scoonover wife arid child Altoona pa., Are the guests Jelf Scoonover West Side. Mrs. Sarah Lewis and her daughter Blanche acid miss Allice Tyler attended Wheeling fair last week. Or. Freshwater Scio was in Uhrichsville saturday the guest at the m. E. Parsonage. Levi Lotz new Hagerstown visited friends in these towns monday and tuesday last week. Miss Carrie Wagner Cadiz and miss Butcher Cambridge Are calling twin City friends. Henry Taylor wife and daughter Carrie Uhrichsville attended the state fair at Columbus last week. Harry Lingerfield and wife it. Vernon Are the guests mrs. Elis daughterly third Street Uhrichsville. Frank Crawford Brazil ind., was tie guest his Cousin w. T. Wright Dennison one Day last week. Theo. Lanning Dennison has been in new York City for some time business for the Tuscarawas Mineral land co. Jacob ried near new Philadelphia and his Friend Taylor Lima who is his guest was in Uhrichsville Friday. Mrs. Jessie Dempster and two children Are visiting her parents in the Vicinity Hen Dryburg. Belmont county. H. S. Francis and wife left Friday for Berea At which place they will make their Home during autumn and Winter. Mrs. Mcmillen and daughter St. Louis mo., stopped at the residence pm h. Smith North main Street tuesday. Miss Ida Wolff West Side is in Columbus accompanied by miss Molesworth receiving medical treatment for spinal trouble. E. C. Warfel has returned to Lebanon at which College he has already completed a course science to become master the classical. We wish him Success in his undertaking. Hon. Rev. Jones South Clinton Street Chicago and an advocate prohibition spoke to the twin City people in front Colliery a hardware store Cor. Third and water streets thursday evening. William Timmons chief the clerical department master mechanics office the c. Amp m. V. Railway stopped off in Dennison his Way from Lancaster to new York his annual vacation. George Renneker and wife Dennison started for Cincinnati Friday night to have a skilled occur list that City operate . Ren Neker a eyes which have been giving him serious trouble and threatening the sense sight. Samuel Yant West Side who received a kick from a horse Over the left Eye a few months ago that came near being fatal has finally lost his Eye. The Ball bursting which allowed the Humours to escape destroying the sight. Fred Robinson procured a horse in a rather suspicious Way Rode him to Uhrichsville and failed to return it. The owner finding that his horse was gone came Here saturday in Searchi it hut so far has not been Able to locate either horse rider. Gus. Benton this City has accepted the position As internal Revenue clerk in Cleveland which was lately occupied byc. F. Wilkins the Uhrichsville p. M. This is the same position that g. A. Creel West Side was to fill but the salary not justifying him he came Home after a few Days absence. J. C. Louis and wife Peora 111., were visiting Jos. Chadwell and family Uhrichsville. They Are their Way to the National g. A. G. Encampment in Pittsburgh. Or. Lewis being a member Bryner Post no 97, depot 111., and served in the late rebellion in the 159 regt V. I., which was organized at Zanesville. Siah Fields fought Mccullough twin City ind. Isiah Fields fought Mccullough Cli Ronicle and Charley Fields fought Mccullough. Is it any wonder he received a Black Eye the new Balcony the Bovey hotel adds to its appearance and is worthy mention also the towers upon them p. Church West bide will improve it and help make that division the twin cities attractive. But we must not neglect to mention the new Brick works in the Northern suburbs Uhrichsville which will furnish employment for several men and add another enterprising Plant to the list. This body is made up men push. On last tuesday evening the residence Captain e. A. Parish Uhrichsville was visited by thieves who relieved them a Diamond ring Worth $125, $40 in Money and several certificates Deposit belonging to mrs. M. J. B. Hoover. The certificates Are no value to the thieves As the Bank was immediately acquainted the robbery. In the Rush to escape one the violates allowed his hat to remain in the House. As valuable clothing and silverware were permitted to remain scattered about the room it follows that Money its equivalent was their purpose. Fryers Valley . Betties new York was Here buying cheese. We. Fillman Coshocton co., spent some time with us. Miss Dappen Erie county is visiting miss Busan Dappen. Fred Bigler intends to quit the real estate business and go to farming. Miss Helen Kinsey is spending several weeks with relatives at Wooster. There has been considerable sickness lately but most the cases Are convalescing. Miss Leona Kuhn Stone Creek has quite a Large music class in this Vicinity. Or. Zellner and family the county seat spent sunday Here with friends. D. L. Kiser Etta Everett and Pha simmers will teach our schools this Winter. A number our Young men started to Day to fitted the Gnadenhutten High school. Most our soldiers expect to attend the Encampment at Pittsburg this week. Henry Raidabaugh has been doing considerable Carpenter work in Harrison county. Jesse Schwendiman and Mother spent several Days visiting in Coshocton county. Rev. Sylvester Haupert from the Mccormick University Chicago will preach Here next sunday. Luther Everett and Frank Hagy left for College to Day the former to Wooster the latter to Ada. W. E. Hagy Kansas and miss Ellen Kinsey were married last wednesday. They will go to Kansas soon. We wish them Success. On sunday about one Hundred friends and neighbors assembled at the Home Philip Leonhart it being his fiftieth birthday. He was completely surprised arriving at his Home. Mrs. Leoneard and daughters deserve thanks for the bounteous repast. A photograph the group was taken. We Hope that they May enjoy Many years to come. Not there. Absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Street new York. Browne amp Myers. The Isth w clothiers and marriage permits. John w. To elder Mollie Sanford. Johnr. Briggles Elva g. Diver. John Welfley Elva Heck. We. C. Quinn Melissa e. Norris. Albert b. Klary Ida g. Groff. Seward l. Homes Emma we. E. Hagye Ellen Kinsey. Mahlan f. Eberhartt Rosa a. Scarlott. New Philadelphia Street fair. The coming event the season will be the Street fair in this City wednesday and thursday oct. 10 and 11. There will be no admittance premiums in Cash will be paid the exhibits will be first class the great Eastern band will furnish music both Days the crowds people from All parts the county will be immense and a general Good time for All who May attend is assured. There will be room for All both Man and beast so wait for this great Street fair the Best most pleasant and most entertaining All fairs. Four big successes. Having the needed Merit to More than make Good All the advertising claimed for them the following four remedies have reached phenomenal Sale. I r. Kings a new discovery for consumption coughs and colds each bottle guaranteed electric bitters the great remedy for liver stomach and kidneys. Bucklen a Arnica Salve the Best in the world and . Kings new life pills which Are a perfect Pill. All these remedies Are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith will be glad to Tell you More them. Sold at f. C. Miller amp son. Alway Oncheck you hitch him. Your horse when some the ago Robert fraction and G. Gordon both coloured gained unlawful admittance to a hotel at St. Blairsville and fled from the town when a Justice the peace had them arrested at Holoway the c. L. Amp w. Ray. They were brought to Uhrichsville and cuffed with cuffs procured from a. J. Goodwin and taken Back to St. Blairsville. We. Mccool East Dennison was arrested last week for continued drunkenness disorderly decorum and the usage lewd language in Public. This was such a common occurrence that the City authorities deemed Best to have him work a ninety Days sentence in the Cleveland workhouse to which place marshal Auld escorted him Friday. Alex Mcdonald Uhrichsville issued a warrant for the arrest officer Lamonte and n. Johnson greek confectioner. The charge was intended assault and Battery upon mrs. Mcdonald which occurred wednesday August 29th, and was mentioned in last weeks correspondence. They were Bough Fei Pobre Squire Barclay held for to Misdemeanour and bound to appear in court by each giving $200. Bail. Roy Carnahan and Lewis Paulick Dennison drove to Gnadenhutten thursday hitched their Steed and was calling upon friends when the horse succeeded in freeing itself the bridle and was soon wending its Way homeward. Luckily however nothing was broken. The horse must have passed Many conveyances going by . Amp w. Crossing at Trenton Avenue thence up third Street and crossed the . Amp St. L. Tracks then by Center Street and alleys Home. Some the twin City sports were somewhat uneasy Friday As sheriff Adams appeared in the morning with about three score sub Oneas and with the Aid marshal Goodwin they succeeded in distributing them each taking a sister town. The prize fight Mill men were scarce and As innocent As marys Lamb. Davis fought Mccullough paragraph to Shanesville. J. Gro i and wife Coshocton Are Here visiting relatives. We have been having splendid Rains for the last few Days. The dance which was held in the Temple Hall saturday evening was Well attended. Edward Klar canal Dover was the guest his Cousin Robert a few Days last week. E. E. Doerschuk left monday for Tiffen >., where he expects to attend school this Winter miss Alma Koch who had been staying in Cleveland this summer returned Home last week. Miss Minnie Holderbaum returned to Minneapolis minn., Friday after spending the past year with her parents. The misses Lou Doerschuk and Kate Myers new Philadelphia attended the sunday school picnic Here last thursday. A. N. Doerschuk Kansas City mo., came Home last saturday to spend several weeks wit i parents and friends. Mrs. Sarah Myers died last Friday morning typhoid fever and was buried saturday afternoon in the re formed cemetery. Peace be to her ashes. Nuisance. Coming events. Muski Ngum annual conference m. P. Church Steubenville september 19. Carroll county fair Carrollton september 18-21. Uhrichsville and Dennison fair september 25-28. Central Ohio District fair new-comerstown4 october 2-5. Harrison county fair Cadiz october 3-5. Coshocton county fair Coshocton october 9-12. Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cured piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 259 per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Furnishes West High Street Are now having their first Semi annual clearance Sale to make room for Early arrival fall and Winter goods. Their prices Are la Grippe. During the prevalence the Grippe the past season it was a noticeable fact that those who depended upon i r. Kings new discovery not Only had a speedy recovery but escaped All the troublesome after effects the malady. This remedy seems to have a Peculiar Power in effecting rapid cures not Only in cases la Grippe but in All diseases Throat Chest and lungs and has cured eases asthma and Hay fever Long standing. Try it and be convinced. To wont disappoint you. Free trial bottles at f. C. Miller amp son. 2 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., 31 attention Farmers. Bushel and half Bushel crates for handling potatoes apples etc., very cheap at tinker amp Ellis 137 s. Broadway new Phil a. 32-6 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 free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. For Sale a three year old Bashaw Colt Well broke almost a new buggy and harness. All for $80. In quire at times office. And it will you to see them their tailor made suit Are marked Al Price that will surely Sel them. Persons wanting Coal will leave Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. G. W. Mathias. New Philadelphia Ohio

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