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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 27, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1.600. Rej4ember 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 27, 1894. Number 40. Democratic ticket. State ticket for Secretary state Milton Turner Gurnsey county. For supreme judge Jas d. Ermston Hamilton county. For school commissioner do. J. A. Leach Franklin county. For Hoard Public works Harry p. Keffor Tuscarawas county. 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. Hunter Licking county. For Congress. James a. D. Richards. Tuscarawas county. A mortal comment. The democratic state platform is made up solid sense and can be endorsed by All Good democrats. It favors election u. S. Senators by the people which is a Wise move. Bradstreet reports a Sale 350,000 pounds australian Wool in Boston at 20@21 cents per Pound while 1,200,-000 pounds Montana Wool brought 13@14 cents. Which is the pauper Wool How can any fair minded Republican have the effrontery to claim that the democrats caused the financial and Industrial depression the past year when his own party made All the Laws that brought about this condition. Bankrupt Sale the Shudtz amp Bixler Stock consisting $3, Worth menus and boys flour is now $2 a barrel at Minneapolis and $2.50 in the Eastern markets but the bakery a loaf is the same size As when flour was $6 per barrel six years ago. The Baker evidently Isnit keeping track the Market but when flour goes up to $6 a barrel you can safely bet he Isnit six years finding out about it. The state democratic convention declared in favor free coinage Silver a basis 16 to 1. We heartily endorse the movement and All Loyal democrats should rally to the sentiment. There is no straddle about it but a clean Cut principal and we should see that it is in Loyal hands. Clothing which we bought at sheriffs Sale and will be sold for Cash Only for about 50 is the Dollar. 50 Call at once i. Senhauser amp sons new Philadelphia Ohio. There Are a number Republican Farmers throughout this Section looking for somebody to kick them for Selling their Wool for 16 cents while their fortunate democratic neighbors Are getting from 19 to 21 cents for their clip. Go right along listen to the Sweet voice your leaders that Wool is going Down. You la live and learn some Days hence what a Ramphool you have been. Local melange. Levi p. Morton a barrel was one the incentives that brought him into prominence As the candidate governor new York the Republican tickets. The g. O. P. Have no sympathy for poor and deserving Politi cans millionaire is what they Are after ones with aristocratic Stripe that look Down his fellow Man with contempt Only to be bought. That Morton every Inch him. About every Republican calamity newspaper in this state has been running such an editorial something like it the past few months. A under the Gorman sugar Trust Bill you get 14 to 16 pounds sugar for $1 under the Mckinley Law you got 20 pounds for $1.�?� just take a run the stores and you will see How far they Are off from the truth. Sugar rates All the Way from 19 to 21 pounds Best granulated for $1 at present. Heue we Are again to the front with some the greatest bargains Ever offered having just returned from new York where i have spent a week in purchasing my fall and Winter Stock dry goods i quote you a few the Many bargains i have to offer our country Republican papers Are making a Bugaboo about sheep being so Low that Many Farmers Are giving them away for 75 cents apiece. For their Especial Benefit we notice by county commissioners Book that a Good Many their Republican patrons Are getting from three to seven dollars a head for sheep and lambs killed by dogs. Sheep goes up about that time amazingly. They done to give them away not they the democratic ticket the state headed by a Gallant one armed Soldier Milton Turner Gurnsey county. He was nominated for Congress two years ago in the fifteenth District against a Republican banker and capitalist and came near overcoming the immense Republican majority. Soldier democrats should do Well to see that a one armed Comrade should not be slighted. 45 Inch All Wool Henriettas former Price 65c per Yard now. .45cts 40c. Henriettas for. .25 cts Henriettas for. 20cts Henriettas for. I5cts Henriettas for. I2jcts a full line All Wool Serges at.40cts Aldine cloth All Wool formerly 40c., now.25cts 25c. 20c. 5c nobody should want for a silk dress when you can buy a Good Black Satin Duchess for 75 cents per Yard. Call Early As i have but limited Quantity. I have secured a Nice line Black and coloured Silks to Sel at from 25c. To $2.00 also the new things in fall novelties in both Wool and silk. Good ginghams.4cts Turkey Rentable Linen at. I5cts blankets per pair.48cts our Wool blankets you should see. They Are so cheap. Call and secure some these rare bargains. Join i. Kinsey Northwest Cor. Public Square new Philadelphia Ohio the calamity editors Tuscarawas county has attributed 45 cent wheat to Tariff tinkering and democratic Rule. Within the last 10 Days wheat has risen 5 cents per Bushel. Now what will our Republican editors have to say about that was it the result the new Tariff was it the demand caused by the failure Corn perhaps some them will say it is the result the late election in Maine. That would be As near the truth As they could get in speaking the markets under democratic Rule. Perhaps the most outrageous All the Mckinley Treasury looting was the sugar Bounty $12,000,000 per year paid to the Louisiana sugar growers several getting As much As $300,000 a year each. But this was not All. A big lot this sugar for which 2 cents per Pound Bounty had already been paid by the government was taken to Vermont where with essence Hickory bark it was Given a Maple flavor and the government paid another 2 cents a Pound Bounty making 4 cents a Pound for the same Gazette. It is amusing to Farmers and patrons throughout the country to read the Republican papers who Are howling about Wool Only Selling for 11 to 15 cents while another Page they quote the Market Price from 18 to 23 cents. Somebody is lying and lying right smart. You have your Choice to believe either their narrow rattle brain mutterings to mislead the Bona fide Market reports published by All the leading dailies in the country from which their Market reports were taken. Read your Patent a insides a Brothers and then gauge your Wool articles. The Philadelphia record has this to say to the howlers Wool Tariff a several new Bedford Mills have resumed at the old wage scale and at Cohoes n. Yr., which is the Center the knit goods Industry Many Mills Are running night and Day and monday last one the largest be stored wages to the figures which had prevailed before Tariff Reform was assured. These Are not exceptional cases. They could be duplicated by scores god they Are commended to the consideration the organs which have Felt persuaded that Tariff Reform would mean european wages for american Industry. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Bring us your Job printing. Job printing at the times office. Keep the Street fair your mind. A. Parmelee the woodworker. You want to attend the Uhrichsville fair this week. I r. Knisely spent Sabbath with his sister mrs. Mccleary did you read Senhauser sad you want to and profit by it. N. P. Richardson is spending this week a vacation in Cincinnati. R. F. Custer and wife Scio were visitors to this City thursday and Friday last. Daniel Gannon and George Gowdy attended the races at Columbus monday. Mrs. Elmer Beaver Cleveland is visiting friends in this City at present. Keep a Sharp Eye your Money. The country is flooded with counterfeit Bills and coins. Fred and Morris Richards left wednesday morning for Cincinnati their w heels. Or. Black wife and baby Ellis will return to their Home in Cleveland wednesday. Alliance fair will be held october 10-12. Liberal premiums offered in All departments. Frank Uhrich Kansas City is in the City attending the marriage his brother Charles. Or. J. A. Spence Pittsburgh is spending the present week with friends in this City. Mrs. Mary Clark Youngstown is visiting her son win. Clark East High Street this City. Farmers throughout the country Are fattening hogs with wheat they claim it is profitable. Sinclair Elliot Columbus visited his Mother mrs. J. D. Elliott this City a few Days last week. Frank Lewis and wife Pittsburg were the guests Frank Custer and family monday. Mrs. Emma Fouts is still sick at her Home in Deersville. Reports Are that she is in a critical condition. W. G. Haman Kittanning pa., a former resident this City it visiting his old acquaintances Here. Elegant tips for 50cts. A Bunch and in All shades and Birds two for 25cts. 40-2 Mattie Meanor. Rev. Toland and family Cleveland is in this City . Toland officiated at the Roll Uhrich wed Ding. Edward Peacock and wife left fast thursday for Hicksville Defiance county Indiana to visit their son John Peacock. Out in Darke county Good granulated sugar is being sold at 22 pounds for a dollars anyhow that is the Way they advertise it. For Bale three Good parlor stoves Good As new for Sale at a bargain. No further use for them Wells drug store new Philadelphia 40-2 notice the sweeping bargains offered by Spring Bros. Amp Holzwarth in their big and. On the last Page. It will you to see them. John Custer and family Lor Many years residents this City w ill make Pana ills., their future Home and left for that City saturday last. Bourbon Wilkes won second Money in the races at Columbus monday. There were 7 horses entered. The the race was won in 2-134. Capt. A. S. Mcclure Republican candidate for Congress Speaks at the big 4 opera House canal Dover Friday sept. 28th, at 7 30 clock p. Miss Ella Roll this City was married yesterday to Chas. Uhrich Uhrichsville. The Happy couple will make their Home in the twin cities. Mrs. E. Worcester Concord n. H., and mrs. W. A. Hardesty Columbus o., Are visiting friends in this City the guests a. D. Gribble and wife. Mrs. O. Hoover after a few weeks visit with her daughter mrs. Otto Schweitzer at Albert Lee minn., returned Home to this City saturday. Ambrose a. Bowers wife and son Forney Are spending a few weeks at Cleveland. Post office address Rockford Whites two minutes Stock farm. The pipe works Are w orking under full time and Large orders Are ahead it. It looks like the Idle workmen we ill now have a Chance to retrieve their coffers. The Large Shaft for the rolling Mill arrived Friday last and it was found to be Large in one two places. It had to be filed considerable before it w ill fit in its place. The democracy Tuscarawas county w ill open the Campaign at canal Dover thursday evening sept. 27th. J. A. D. Richards will make the opening speech. At big 4. Mrs. Walter Jenkins formerly mrs. Job w. Richmond this City died sunday old age at 83 years. Funeral Wras wednesday at East fair Street cemetery. Mushrooms in this Section Are very plenty also toadstools which More than Likely one the other account for the frequent cramp comics we have been hearing . Bob Johnson canal Dover was duly initiated last saturday at the canal Dover fair As a Driver the turf. He acquitted himself nobly and won his race. He w As initiated by the boys tossing him in a Blanket miss Linn Patton went to new Philadelphia yesterday being called there by a letter from her sister mrs. E. S. Hackett saying her Little boy had been poisoned the face and neck quite Herald Brown amp Myers the popular clothiers and gents furnishes Are doing a Rushing business Liberal use printers Ink and excellent goods brings them an enviable Trade. People know a liberale firm and stand by them. Mrs. Kate Uhrich who has been visiting in Mckeesport is again in this City and w ill remain a few Days before leaving for her Home in Kansas City. Or. And mrs. S. J. Jones and adopted daughter Grafton w. Va., returned Home last w Eek after a pleasant visit with the family . Daniel Stemple Beaver dam Valley miss Estella Welty Baltimore md., daughter Horace g. Welty formerly this City is visiting and will spend the Winter w Ith her grand parents prof. And mrs. Joseph Welty this City. Mrs. Ola Morgan Carrollton who was called to the bedside her brother Abram Smith at Nashville tenn., who has been dangerously ill inflammatory rheumatism has returned stopping off Here saturday her Way Home. Rev. E. J. Hart this City is holding a protracted meeting at Marion >., and will be absent about to w weeks. Rev. Jones Uhrichsville w ill fill the pulpit for Rev. At the disciple Church this City sunday next morning and evening. October Lluli the full Cleveland league base Ball club w ill play the real estates this City. Now is your Chance to see Young the great Pitcher. The Home club has been greatly strengthened and will give the boys an interesting game. The times subscription list is steadily increasing. Within the past three w weeks for everyone name dropped from our list six have been added. Twelve names have been added this w Eek and it is Gratifying to us that the times is going up Hill instead Down As some would have it. John Mckowan and Fred Hardy two tramps stole a Ham meat from j. A. Barclay near Uhrichsville last w Eek had a hearing before Justice peace Ball Uhrichsville we Ere fined $5 and costs and sentenced to ten Days in jail. They were landed in the county jail last week. The Case Johnson and a they is Samuel Schlupp to collect a subscription to them in the interest the Street Railroad was tried in common pleas court monday. The jury was out until 12 clock and returned a verdict for the defendant. This w As the second trial. The jury disagreed the first time. We acknowledge the receipt the Courtesy the Central Ohio District fair association. The fair w ill be held at newcomers Tow n october 2, 3, 4, and 5, 1894, Liberal premiums and Good purses Are promised. That association has always done the right thing by every one and a Good fair with a Large attendance no doubt will be their Reward. Go by All Means. Baker amp Bowman Best hand made shoes $3.50 at Myers amp Rosch. 39-3 George Harris and Ellen Jermy this City w Ere married at the Home the Bride West fair Street saturday evening last by p. Read Justice the peace. A Large Crow d invited guests surrounded the fes Tal Board and All w ent merry. The supper was very elaborate. George Harris and w Ife Are industrious Young people and wre wish them a Happy voyage through life Adam Stocker the democratic candidate for county commissioner was in Tow n last saturday calling his democratic friends. Adam Stocker is grow ing in favor every Day As the people become acquainted w Atli him. We wish every Democrat could meet him for they will find a Well informed and gentlemanly Farmer worthy their support. Let us elect him by the usual majority. Look out for the Boston clothing House panic and bankrupt Sale commencing september 22nd. You will then be Able to buy clothing without any Tariff them. 39-2 prof. O. 8. Reed Noblesville ind., is in this City engaged with others in writing a biographical history Tuscarawas county. Prof. Reed was born in this City and in 1852, with his parents removed to the West. The professor is past department chaplain Indiana in the g.a.r. And sunday last delivered two very interesting discourses at the disciple Church this City. We sell Baker amp Bowmans Best hand turned shoes at $3.50, former Price was $4.00 and $4.50 at 39-4 Myers amp Rosch Earle Wilfley the we Ell known and popular Reader and Impersonator will give a comic humorous pathetic and dramatic recital Friday evening sept. 28th, at Eagle Hall this City for the Benefit the Christian Endeavor the disciple Church. Admission 25 cents. Or. Wilfley As an elocution St stands at the head the list and will highly entertain you so do no fail to hear him. He Wras also a leading support the late lamented Edwy in Booth and Law Renee Barrett. General e. Hobson greens Burg. Ky., remembered his old Friend capt. Geo. W. Bow ers this City by sending him his photograph tuesday. During the War Captain Bow ers served for a time As Provost marshal general the staff Gen. Hobson and he has a warm feeling for the grand old hero. General Hobson served with distinction in the War w Ith Mexico and throughout the entire War the rebellion participating in Many hard fought Battles the Side the Lunion. Done to fail to come and see my Fine display millinery thursday and Friday this w Eek. Mattie Meanor. A grand Basket picnic w ill be held in the Grove at Stillwater station the c. L. Amp w. Railroad saturday september 29th, 1894. Good music w ill be in attendance invited to come and hear the issues discussed by the following speakers w. W. Jones Chicago Hon. John Seitz Tiffin Ohio Rev. Samuel Patterson Deersville Ohio and Hon. J. C. Castle Dennison o., j. A. D. Richards new Philadelphia Ohio. For the purpose defraying expenses an admission be 5 cents each will be charged to a persons Over 12 years age. S. Weaver w ill be the manager. Figures that done to lie. The calamity editors Tuscarawas county have been so persistent in their efforts to conceal the fact that Wool did increase in Price after the passage the Tariff Bill that we have taken the pains to secure the names several who sold Wool at an advanced Price and we have them from Harrison an adjoining county and one the leading w ool counties the state. These parties All sold their Wool to a Cadiz buyer and for the prices named Jno. Fulton. 20 cts Mitch Thompson. 2 cts Dick Smith. 20 cts John Miller. 20 cts s. S. Hamill 1. 20 cts Jacob Reynard. 20 cts Nina Dickerson. 20 cts Jacob Brokaw. 20 cts John White. 20 cts Henry Mckee. 20 cts William Nash. 20 cts j. P. Smith. 20 cts John Clifford. 20 cts Hugh Dunlap. 20 cts Joe. Lodge. 20 cts Richard Smith. 20 cts John Francis. 20 cts we. Dickerson. 20 cts John Mckibben. 20 cts John Smith. 20 cts Leslie Mccomb. 20 cts we. Smith a a. 20 cts Irvine Naragon. 21 cts Jos. Mckee. 2o cts own w e Challenge the editor the advocate Tribune to Controvert these figures. These Are All reliable parties and Large we ool growers. There is nothing More detrimental to the Farmers than for the newspapers to join As calamity howlers with w ool speculators to cry Down the Price w Tolone class does it for political effect and the other for personal gain. The Point is to prepare the mind the w ool grower to accept the situation and take his Medicine. We can see no reason for any democratic Farmer going Over to either the Republican populist party. Let every Democrat stand by his party and see the new Tariff Bill thoroughly tested. V correspondence. John h. Kinsey has the finest line dress City. Call and be yourselves. Just received goods in the convinced for 39-2 the Dover fair. The Tuscarawas county fair at canal Dover started out under very unfavourable circumstances As it rained the first two Days and in the morning the third Day. The Sun came out about 8 clock and the Day Wras soon pleasant. A very respectable crowd assembled at the grounds. Own ing to the delay from Wret weather the managers the fair continued the meeting until saturday. The attendance Wras very Good Friday and saturday and the Days w Ere very pleasant. The track Wras in excellent condition. The races were very Good the last three Days and were honest contests Speed. The Halls w Ere not so Well filled As usual owing to the unfavourable weather at the opening but the display was fair. The poultry department and Stock exhibits w Ere Good. The agricultural implement department w As wholly neglected. The association will Cle it a expenses. The Boston clothing House premiums for the Street fair october 10 and 11 Are As follow s for Best and nicest Mare gelding under five years old first Premium $15.00 suit second Premium $4.00 pants third Premium $2.00 hat. There must be ten More entries otherwise there will be no premiums paid. 39-2 in the meshes the Law. Daniel Baird and Emery Carnahan two Young men this town aged about 21 years w Ere arrested last Friday charged w Ith passing count Feit Money. They had their person coins that had been nicely plated and had been passing them attempting to pass them off As $5.00 Gold pieces. One attempt was made at shrivers store. The City marshal picked them up. On monday they w Ere arraign red before the mayor. Daniel Baird waived examination and was bound Over to common pleas court in the sum $300. Carnahan had a hearing and w As also held and bound Over in the sum $300. This is a very had move for these Young men. They will doubtless have a Chance behind prison Walls to repent their acts. A hitter hit. Will the democratic editors in this county please publish what the Price Wool was under the Mckinley Lawr and what it is Selling for today a Tuscarawas Tribune. According to the Tribune w Hile the Mckinley Law w As in Force w ool we ent Down to 16 cents a Pound. According to the Tribune Market reports published after the Law was repealed w ool went up to 20 cents per Gazette. They never read what they publish too Blind to see it As it w Ould not be in Accord w Ith their howling proclivities. Or. Alexander has bought a bankrupt Stock $23,000 fashionable and Well made clothing which he has divided with his Coshocton and new Philadelphia stores and you bet you get the clothing without Tariff at either place. 39-2 marriage permits. Gomer h. Jones Martha Jones. We. Hagansh Lulu Brown. Henry Haas Lillie White. Jon Ridenbaugh Elizabeth Barth Isaac chandlery Arlinda Miller. Law Renee Derrow a Ina Wright. Geo. Harris Ellen Jermy. Harry r. Deaken Mary Chas. Stubbens Alice Coleman. Jno. Robinsons Lizzie Harris. William f. Zutavern Florence a Kline. We. Mcbride Alpha Knisely new Deal in election Law. By a Law passed by the Ohio legislature last Spring the terms All the township and municipal election officers expire october 1st. The township trustees and the municipal everybody i councilmen and clerks will no longer be the judges and clerks elections. It will be the duty the county Board election supervisors to appoint judges and clerks for All it be townships and corporations if you w ant flooring siding ceiling sawing any kind w Ood we Ork done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East rav Street. 15tf news gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. The twin cities. I r. Snyder Scio Wras in Tow n monday evening business. J. Rees and we Ife Mansfield Are the guests Dennison friends. Born to . And mrs. J. E. Faly sept. 17, �?T94, a son. To . And mrs. Al. Cow an a daughter. Mrs. T. N. Adams and daughter Lilly Deersville w Ere guests . Quot Thompson last tuesday. Miss Ella Kinsey port Washington is the guest miss Mattie Williams Uhrichsville. Miss Mary Lyle Dennison who has been visiting at the National Capitol returned Home this week. J. C. Huffman and wife w Ere guests Jonas Hendricks and family Scio. Saturday and sunday. Bert s. Haskins the St. Louis Continental National Bank is spending a Short vacation with to in City friends. A the paragraph returns thanks to w. Turner Rush township for a Basket Fine cling Stone peaches. Miss Vina Merrill Dennison Bonton store is in Eastern cities purchasing new goods for the fall and Winter Trade. Prof. Cronebach Dennison delivered an address at port Washington Friday evening it being the reunion the 51st V. I. Henry Mitchell and wife Anderson ind., Are visiting Joseph Mitchell Uhrichsville. This is surely a Plesant meeting it being Twenty three years since the Mitchell Brothers saw each other. The Monarch Coal miners Are out caused by a disagreement the scale it being 40, w Hile they have been looking for 44cts. The result w ill not be noticed much As the shipment is very heavy from other mines while the country Banks Supply part the demand. Paragraph. We Are glad that the newspaper men have one Friend who takes compassion upon them but would be happier to see him Call around our Way. He that liveth to the newspaper Man lend eth to the Reading m. V. Taylor Illinois w to is a member the g. A. R. Attended the National Encampment at Pittsburg and upon his return visited old comrades in new Philadelphia and canal Dover also was in attendance at the Dover fair. He enlisted in the 12th, 111. Infantry and is a Good talker. On saturday evening while Oscar Spiker druggist Columbus w As coming to Uhrichsville in a caboose to visit his father who resides the West Side the train stopped suddenly throwing him Forward upon the floor. He fell so that his head and shoulders came in Contact w Ith the floor injuring him internally. Upon arriving at the crossing main Street he got off and walked into we. Krupp a Saloon w Here he became so weak that he was taken to his fathers Home a Stretcher w Here he remained until monday when he Wras taken Back to Columbus. Sunday evening thieves broke into the residence j. C. Huffman North main Street by Way the Kitchen windows. About nine clock Graham who had been sleeping a lounge answered the Call at the door George Parks and stepped outside few moments with him and while there the thieves who w Ere in the House and probably had been for some time locked the door. When Graham wanted to enter lie could not get in. He then went around to the Kitchen window and found it open and the slats pried off. He called help and searched the House but the intruders had gone. At about 6-30 clock saturday evening while we. Hollands family were at supper burglars entered the parlor through a w window and ransacked the rooms. They took a Gold watch and Chain belonging to mrs. Holland a Silver watch and to five Dollar Gold pieces six silk handkerchiefs a breast pin Muffler some lace w hich mrs. Holland prize highly having brought it from England and was keeping it As a relic a Gold ring some ancient French and English coins two Brilliant sets w hich the thieves Cut from a dress ruining it also leaving Many things value scattered the floor. They left through an upper window. It is believed that they Are the same parties that pilfered parishes residence some time before and which we mentioned. Mrs. Eckfeld a neighbor noticed the same men going Dow n the Street the occasion the robbery the Parish residence. Well Otto wet Man murdered. J. B. Caven general freight and passenger agent the Valley Road was murdered in the Alley near the Clement Block Entrance Cleveland. Monday night. He had several Bullet holes in his body showing clearly that it was murder. Several parties w to were examined by the Coroner stated that they heard several shots and heard also a woman scream and that it was about 11 clock. The whole affair is wrapped in mystery As to who the murderer and the woman w Ere and what Caven Wras doing there. Or. Caven was Well know n in it. R. Circles. Having met him and talked with him wre found him to be a very agreeable and accommodating gentleman. He never refused us a Courtesy Over his Road As a newspaper publisher that we asked for. We remember him As an ardent Republican and a Jovial Good fellow and we regret very much his tragic death. Fine exhibition fruits. The finest exhibit grapes pears and peaches that w e noticed at the Dover fair was the one mrs. Daniel Wyss. The choicest varieties each fruit that Are known were piled upon plates and so Fine in size that it made the a Mouth through the Courtesy we sampled Many them and w e can testify that Daniel Wyss a Vineyard and Orchard is second to none. Such is the kind Nursery Stock kept by Daniel Wyss. Mrs. Wyss had also exhibition the finest assortment canned and preserved fruits. That Wras not All the great variety cakes that mrs. Wyss exhibited attracted considerable attention and the times office is very thankful for a Box containing a Nice slice each kind. We believe there is no better cake Baker in the county. As evidence her skill the Many premiums awarded w ill show. She also carried off Many premiums her fruit exhibit. Daniel Wyss May know More about running a Post office but his Good w Ife is his Superior in managing a fair exhibition. Court proceedings. Harry Moore George Hackenberger John Karnes and Thomas w. Show Ell arranged Friday the former two charged with grand larceny and the latter to charged with Bur Garly and larceny they All entered a plea guilty and received sentences to the Ohio Penitentiary As follow so Moore three years Hack Enberger one year Karns three years and show Ell two years they w Ere escorted to the Penitentiary monday by sheriff Adams and his deputies. We. Labb we As also the charge breaking and entering House in Day time. He plead guilty and w As sentenced to fifteen Days in jail and to a Fine $25 and costs. A Brown p. J. Of Neal and Geo. Mccullough we Ere arranged the charge boxing at fisticuffs Etc and and entered a plea guilty. Brown w As fined $10. And costs. Of Neal and Mccullough w Ere fined $25. Each and costs and sentenced to ten Days in jail and a further order court if Fine not paid within 48 hours a workhouse sentence w Ould be imposed. John West Uhrichsville plead guilty to Selling liquor to a minor we As fined $50 and costs and sentenced to five Days in jail. T. J. Parker w As arraigned plead not guilty to the charge Selling liquors to a minor and gave bail for his appearance for trial. The thieves Are known. On Friday last while Daniel s. Stemple and his family Fairfield township were at the fair two women and one girl entered his premises and stripped three his peach Trees their choicest fruit Between six and eight bushels Fine peaches1 these women drove to his farm with a Gray horse and buggy and w Ere seen by the wife d. F. Waddington Stemples neighbor. This w As a High handed outrage and the guilty parties should be brought to Justice and we think it will be safer for them to Call . Stemple and. Make the Amend honorable than to run the risk escape. Special premiums Street fair. Spring Bros. Amp i Holzwarth dry goods and groceries e. High St. Most curious looking gun 1st, pair gloves $1.50 2nd, pair gloves $1. Peck smallest Corn in ear 1st, underwear $2 2nd, underwear $1. The handsomest quilt 1st, cloth dress $4.50 2nd, cloth dress $2.50. Child bringing the largest collection spools a string 1st, Cashmere dress $2.50 2nd, cloth dress $1.50. John ii. Kinsey dry goods and groceries w High St oldest piece China pair gloves $1 50. Largest Squash suit underwear $2. Best piece Crayon w Ork own production dress $5. New Philadelphia to the person displaying the oldest original newspaper Ulster Gazette and fac simile papers barred 1st pm. One year subscription to the times 2nd, six months subscription. For the Best Bushel potatoes 1 year sub. To times 2nd Best 6 mos. Sub. Best Bushel Corn one year sub. To times 2nd Best 6 mos. Displays to be made in front the times office. Callo a 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 old an important work. Tuscarawas county is at last i have some the most elegant hats and bonnets and the cheapest Ever shown Here. I buy my goods in Large quantities therefore can under sell any one in the county. 40-2 Mattie Meanor. Death a former citizen. Mrs. Lucinda Fox widow the late George Fox and formerly a resident this City but recent years a resident Lowellville Ohio was instantly killed by a passing train the Pennsylvania co. At the latter place the sixth this month. Mrs. Fox was crossing the track to water some calves and being very hard hearing did not hear the approaching train until to late. The deceased was 70 years age june last. She was the Mother mrs. David Casebeer this City. You la get into trouble. The Law Ohio is that no dealer shall sell cigarettes to any person under sixteen years age yet hardly a Day passes in this City but w e see Small boys going along our streets putting these Nasty stinking death dealing articles. It is reported that they Are being sold to Hoys w without Fly questions being asked. Some men go in and buy them and give them to the boys. This lays the pity so doing liable to Law the wine ground As the dealers. Truthful business is booming and there is a general activity everywhere apparent. Goods Are being sold cheaper and a Good feeling Confidence is being Felt in All inter Ocean rep great heavens can such a Republican paper admit such a glaring mistake. Why our county Republican calamity How lers claim that the country is going to the de munition Bow wows. If the inter Ocean done to let up that kind democratic literature the crossroad Republican papers in this and other parts will read that great paper out the party. Take it Back before it is too late. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remained unclaimed in this office and we ill be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by oct. 8. 1894. Leopold Bischoff. B. Reilly. J. A. Benton Mary James William Ivens Andrew Holman Lena Hatheway James Mcfadden Joseph e. Kuhns Maggie King Cora Johnson Kate Mizer m. Meade mrs. Cal. Dixon John Cattelan Benedict Nussbau Mer. Please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. Sunday school Union. The third meeting the Goshen township sunday school Union will be held at the Plains a e. Church Midvale sunday october 7, 1894, at 2 clock p. The following program has been selected 1. Song service no. 82, 88 35. Conducted by j. Rutledge 2. Scripture Reading. Fred White 3. Prayer. 4. Music. 5. A benefits obtained from the sunday school Geo. Custer discussion miss Bugett going to have a biographical history we Orthy her Fame a work w hich justly represents her pioneers old families prominent and representative citizens. We have met the gentlemen who have charge the work and who Are now engaged in gathering up the material. It is to be gotten up by the Owens publishing co. At Chicago an old and widely known firm. The mechanical construction this volume we Are assured will be first class in every Way and its literary part select and High toned. One the most popular subjects from a literary Point View today is the writing and recording family history and genealogy. The people the country Are beginning to feel the importance this matter and Are now taking hold it in earnestness. The memory Man is faulty at Best and tradition is an unreliable transmitter from ancestry to posterity. Books Are the Only immortal depositories family history and events. It we Ould be Well then for us to refresh our memories gather up the Little scraps memoranda the Odds and ends that Are scattered about and be ready for the biographer. We commend this work to the people and Trust it will receive their Hearty co operation. Look out for hummels Oil and gasoline modern delivery w agon. 33tf to the South at Low rates via Pennsylvania lines. The last the series cheap excursions Over the Pennsylvania lines to enable land seekers and others to visit Alabama Florida. Georgia. Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi North Carolina and Tennessee have been fixed for oct. 2. Nov. 6, and dec. 4, also to Points in the above states except Kentucky october 9th. Tickets will be sold to All applicants at principal ticket offices the Pennsylvania lines and will be Good returning Twenty Days from Date Sale. To Cleveland at reduced rates via Pennsylvania lines. On october 2d, 3d and 4th excursion tickets to Cleveland account the state conclave knights Templar will be sold via Pennsylvania lines. Tickets w ill be Good returning until october 6th, inclusive. Hoopingarner 6. Song no. 3. 7. Normal lesson.8.8. Ferguson 8. Song no. 147. 9. A the Book we teach a a. Prof. G. C. Maurer discussion i mrs we he Nicklas discussion Hgt get Cole 10. Music. 11. Question Box. 12. Song no. 154. 13. Benediction. All sunday schools to be present. Are requested . Ottman formerly new York now the celebrated examining physician the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients Lias decided to visit new Philadelphia monday oct. 1. 1894. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. To 6. Pm., one Day Only. The doctor describes the different diseases better than the can themselves. It is a w wonderful gift for any one to possess. Their diagnostic pow ers have created wonder throughout the country. The France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio is the Only medical Institute in the state incorporated with a capital $300,000. Sayi real estate transfers. Elizabeth and John w. Eilers to Catharine dues lot 2, Dover $800. Clifford Hilton to h. S. Tyhurst part lots 1, 3 and 5, Newcomerstown $1000. A. W. Brow n to c. W. Burry lot 14, new Philadelphia $200. G. F. Tressel to Collier amp Baer lot 39, Dover $175. Samuel Shull to Cassie Nussbaum 30-100 acres Gnadenhutten $175. W. G. Frew to a Media English 9 new Philadelphia $1000. Flemming to Margaret Fin Neran % lots 15 and 16 Dennison $135. E. Singhaus to g. E. Huffman 3 39-100 acres Goshen $150. Frederick Frey to Edward Glauser lot 7, new Philadelphia $1400. A. C. Tufford to j. C. Carr l-5acre, Oxford $135 j. M.,Custer to Madeline a. Saunders part lot 1, new Philadelphia $9000. Mary j. And j. Hammel to Mary d. Thompson lot 21, Newcomerstown $300. C. C. Milner to Mary a. Click part lot l Dover $1800. G. S. Evans to John Henderson 1-12 acre Dennison $300. John Henderson to l. B. Sells 1-12 acre Dennison $1450. Sheriff Adams to w. Tracy 81 32-100 acres Fairfield $2365. Alfred Davis to w. Tracy lot 135, m ineral $453. Sheriff Adams to m. And j. I. Finley 128 80-100 acres Fairfield $1900. Moses and j. D. Finley to w. Tracy 128 80-100 acres Fairfull $2200. Alice b. And m. D. Skeels to Florence d. Rogers lot 37, Mineral $75. If you Are in need letter Heads Bill Heads statements envelopes in fact any kind commercial work it will be to your advantage to give us a Call. Of for Salt cheap. As i am now using Cit water i will sell cheap a first class wind pump Derrick and 60 barrel w Ater tank. I also offer at a bargain my greenhouses which can be moved in sections. Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia o., 31tf we have Given a. Bippus amp soothe. Agency in new Phila thelphia 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. 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. Have you seen our new Stock ? its All new. Prices lowest. Money Back if you want it persons wanting Coal will leave Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. G. W. Mathias. Clothiers tailors and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio a

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