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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 9, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday August 9. 1894. Number 33. 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. Ism Jovial comment. Great Caesars what next they want to run Debs for president if Congress would adjourn what a great Blessing it would be to the country. Local melange. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. That consistency a a jewel is a guess we think is right rut it must be out fashion its so often out sight bring us your Job printing. Job printing at the times office. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker indication an Early fall Banan a Peel. I. Hendershot Leroy Ohio was in town monday. Henry Boothe has purchased a family driving horse. The lutheran picnic is postponed until thursday the 23rd. See the summer suiting at David Maurera a High St. 18-3m miss Allie Galbraith is visiting Toxey having deserted his army friends and relatives Here. Its members might place themselves in communication with the recruiting officer Japan China. Judging by the last clause in the county Republican resolutions All that is needed now is a pair wings for that party then they Are ready for a heavenly flight. The pig Tail heathens China Are now crying for mercy and wants Japan to Call her Navy off. China has run out Coal and her big War vessels Are utterly useless. The Mckinley Boom in Ohio is fast waning into insignificance. Two More his staunch supporters in the newspaper line have pulled his name from their Mast head w within the past week. The business men Brazil ind., wore ribbon in their Button holes Iii sympathy with the strikers. Now they Are hustling around with a petition to keep the car shops from leaving their City. But no Good the shops will go. The Catholic Church is making a move against intemperance. All Catholic Saloon keepers Are recommended to abandon the traffic and embrace a More becoming Way making a living. It remains to be seen what respect will be Given the injunctions the priests. A Apt. Uhlman a Large Glass manufacturer Wheeling remarked the other Day while in our City that while the Market for his Ware w As so Dull in the United states he went to England and succeeded in finding a Good Market for his Glass product much better than in this country. Yet republicans say our manufacturers can to live without Protection. We received a copy tiffs week a Small paper entitled Ohio Penitentiary news edited by convict 25041. The amp a is published at the Penitentiary is neat in typographical appearance and brim full spice and terse Reading one the items says a there Are 2150 us draw ing rations from aunt Buckeye a decline 15 from last w Eek ending july 28. It is hoped that the subjects the United states will observe the strictest neutrality in the w a now existing Between China and Japan. In. Der International Law there can be no enlistment nor any vessels munitions War furnished to either Side. China would probably like to buy a few our ironclads and we would like to fill her orders but it will Best to keep quiet at present. Within the past two weeks to unfortunate men have lost their lives and another the Brink eternity by the railway juggernaut in this Vicinity. We suppose in spite All warnings and cautions these killings and crippling will go As Long As railways Are operated. To contemplate the Mournful procession which Are yet to follow the victims railway accidents to that Bourne from whence no traveler Ever returns is indeed a sad one. A Little thought a Little care might relieve the future much its so Breness in this respect. Sex governor John p. By. John Kansas in a recent interview at Dixon 111., says that the late labor troubles a full result in doubling the Peoples party vote throughout the country and that the next Congress will be overwhelmingly in favor the free coinage Silver and that the Peoples party is Apt to have 50 members in Congress instead five six As now. He predicts that his party the prohibitionists and the Peoples parties will get together a with prohibition and women suffrage among the principal planks in the platform and thus United will elect a president. That looks to us like bridging a great chasm even though the Only difference Between the two parties is prohibition. The Republican convention saturday was not the usual boasted Lamb like gathering old but the contrary Wras turbulent and treacherous. It portrayed human weakness All the Way through. Never did w e witness a greater betrayal candidates by delegates than saturday. Much bitter feeling was engendered and the scalping knife will be kept near at hand. Uhrichsville and Dennison w Ere pitted against each other and most successfully did they Knock each other out. It demonstrates the fact that republicans Are As greedy for office As democrats and will Wallow some the West Ray people Pic nicked at the Park tuesday. W. White Chicago is the guest his sister mrs Theo. Morgan. Miss Itla Wyss is spending a Short time visiting friends in Cleveland. Miss Nena Lytle Chicago is visiting . And mrs. Gustave Adams. John Judy Cleveland spent sunday with his people in this City. Mrs. Jack Carnahan Dennison w As the guest tuesday. Mrs. A. T. Ready new Philadelphia is in Sentinel. Kelly and children this City have gone to Niles to spend a few weeks. Mrs. Talbot Chicago is visiting her daughter mrs. A. W. Patrick West fair Street. Thomas Hazlett proprietor the Arlington Malvern was in this City business tuesday. Miss Maude Miller who has been in t Ireland the past year is visiting her Mother and sister. Mrs. E. E. Kuhn Germano Harrison county w As the guest Fred Gilgen last week. Win. Wallace is carrying his Arm in a Sling account injuries received w Hile driving a Colt. Sherrodsville people Are again agitating a newspaper Plant Republican proclivities in its midst. Frank Skelly Cleveland is the guest his father in Laww. L. A Hick at the Sherman House. J. M. Custer arrived Home from Illinois last Friday. He is recovering from his injuries received in a runaway Accident. Capt. Charles Muhleman one the leading manufacturers wheel-ins5 and his sister Are the guests John c. Joss this w Eek. Misses Elizabeth and Letitia Robertson Steubenville Are the guests their sister mrs. Judge Yeagley fair Street. The enumeration our schools shows a gain 90 pupils Over last year making a total list 1,575 pupils in our City schools. Mrs. W. C. Browne . And mrs. Rosemond Are visiting in Guernsey county. They left last Friday and a full be gone for several Days. Mrs. Philip Bruner and laughter Mary and miss Chic Everson Wellsville w Ere the guests . Wells monday and tuesday. Mrs. George Stillman new Philadelphia Ohio w As the guest parents Here the latter part last Standard. Or. Dunmire the firm Dun mire amp Gilgen has purchased . Gilgen a interest in the business and will continue at the old stand. The commercial department Scio College has no equal in Eastern Ohio it is perfectly equipped. A postal card w ill bring you full information. A. H. Ivr Eitler Zanesville o., is at the Exchange hotel for the week. Or. Ivr Eitler is general agent the National life insurance co., Vermont. Married by Rev. J. B. Rust in the Parlours the Broadway hotel August 2nd, . William a. Spencer and miss Frank s. Battin both Cadwallader Ohio. We know no other school in this Region so thorough Well equipped so worthy patronage As Scio College Scio o., and during these Dull times it offers unequalled advantages. Capt. A. S. Mcclure and other Good speakers will beat the soldiers picnic the 16th, at springers Park. All old soldiers the country their families and their friends Are cordially invited. A staunch Republican being asked to define the difference Between the to old parties said a the difference Between the two parties is the same which exists Between a polecat and a persons wanting Coal will leave hers at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf g. W. Mathias. Simon Williams Illiopolis ii is visiting his Sisters mrs. E. Canfield and mrs. W. B. Winch in this City. Or. Williams is a native this City and this is his first visit Home after an absence 18 years. On the Street the other Day a German w As asked if he thought it would rain. He said a yes i Dink so to Nide Ober to Morry de next Day Friday saturday some Oder times Maypa i Dond we think so too. A Scio College is now prepared to in political mire to gain their ends teach pipe Organ. A new $2400.00 such was the spirit manifested Jap be Organ has been added to the that convention. The nominees the College by prof. S. Auditor and commissioner Are Bou yell the director the Conser Clever citizens but we can see y music. A special Cata show for their election for the reuses that Tuscarawas county is democratic and we have first class men the democratic ticket for each office. While democrats Tuscarawas have become somewhat Independent and will scratch the portion the ticket they do not like they w ill not again commit the Folly voting a straight Republican ticket to even up with the person they dislike. Gue will be sent application. Mrs. Ola Morgan Carrollton passed through Here saturday night going to Nashville tenn., where she has been summoned to the bedside her brother a. P. Smith who has been very Low for several months with inflammatory rheumatism. For Sale a three year old Bash a Colt Well broke almost a new buggy and harness. All for $8o. Inquire at times office. Miss Callie Everett Cleveland is visiting friends in this and is the guest her sister mrs. Win Mcclelland this w Eek. Perly Warren Canton and Bessie Seiber Massillon Are visiting mrs. Charlott Knisely this City. Win. Knisely returned with them for a visit. The family . E. C. Lew is canal Dover has gone to Columbus for a months visit with friends. He shipped his Fine team and Carriage and sent his Driver for the pleasure the family during their stay in the City. Or. Lew is has the finest turnout in the county. I am Selling the Young Many a buggy. Better than Ever. John Myers new Philadelphia Ohio 15tf done to torture your poor horse this hot weather w Hen the flies Are so bad with the miserable Over head Check rein about two holes too Short by letting him stand tied up hours at a time. It is inhuman and the poor brutes suffer greatly. Let the Check Down w Hen you hitch and he a full stand much better and More comfortable. Mail matter w ill now be carried Between Uhrichsville and Dennison by the Street car line. The paragraph says it is believed it w ill now be possible for a letter to go from Dennison to new Philadelphia the same Day it is mailed and vice versa. The world does move for a fact. If you want flooring siding Selling sawing any kind Woods w Ork done take it to h. A. Parmelee Sill East Ray Street. 15tf amusing to read the exaggerated reports about the prevalence Black Erysipelas in Minerva in some our exchanges. We w ill say now for everybody Eye a Benefit that there is no longer a Case the above disease in about Minerva and that there has Only been three cases Iii news. Board tuition room and rented books at Franklin College new Athens Ohio $2.80 to $3.00 per week. Opens sept. 3. Catalogue free. By a Law passed by the recent legislature a Board fruit commissioners is provided for each township w Hose duties shall be to Endeavor to stamp out the diseases that have become so common and destructive to the fruit crop. The Board is to consist three persons and must be appointed by the trustees upon the application not less than ten free olders in the township. According to a recent decision in the supreme court a Man who wants republicans meet hold Eti old timed pow wow and then launch their ticket about 8 clock saturday morning last the republicans began to assemble the Public Square Iii unusual numbers for a Republican convention and at once the Button holding began in a manner similar to that democrats Iii the past. Goshen town ship and Mill delegates w Ere hand persons could see no difference in convention. The presumption is the republicans there have joined the populists. The Uhrichsville and the new Philadelphia slate was smashed before it got through. It is always disastrous to be the Tail end a political slate. The convention saturday was a gentle reminder democratic conventions by gone Days. Many correspondence. Early and w Ere exceedingly Active in making their deals for advantage in w. A. Hilton was sacrificed account the secretaries failing to the political fray. One thing was a ree the result a ballot when clearly demonstrated that is that republicans will scramble Over each other and Stab each other politically w Hen an office is in sight like democrats have been credited with doing. In fact we find they Are As w eak creatures As the much abused democrats and w e predict they will see some the bitter fruits political perfidy this fall. At to clock the convention was opened by chairman e. S. Sours addressing the audience assembled giving them the usual amount Taffy. He endeavoured to impress upon his Brethren the necessity voting to a Man for their nominees. A new ballot was ordered which gave the political doctors a Chance to put him to sleep. Of did you hear the political Dagger grating the ribs . Kipp when the Uhrichsville delegation made the thrust. That w As the a Sun kindest Cut his spirit came Back How Ever and avenged the wrong and then the woe begone look that spread Over the faces the Uhrichsville boys was painful to behold. After tile adjournment the convention delegates openly charged upon the streets Here that Money was used to secure nominations. News gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. Hardwood. P. P. Ives and j. Al. Miller wore j in this Section buying cattle and sheep last w Eek. They sent two car j loads Stock from port Washington last saturday to Pittsburgh. Clerks office changes hands. Monday this week air. John c. Dona hey who has held the office clerk courts for the past six years turned Over the books and keys to ids successor Arr. Lyman Hardman. Air. Donalies served his two terms and made a very popular clerk. He w As accommodating and courteous to every one and goes out office two fatal accidents in which three persons Are ushered into eternity. Last week recorded an unusual number fatal accidents Iii this Vicinity. Samuel Vogely who drove the delivery Wagon for the new Philadelphia brewing co was ushered into eternity in the twinkling there will he ail ice Cream festival with a Host friends in both parties i an Eye wednesday night last. At this place next saturday evening August la. Proceeds for Benefit the Church. . is announced to give a free lecture at this place the night aug. In. He has risen very rapidly Iii the ministerial Field being now presiding elder Iii the u. He Iii company with r. F. Berger were returning from a trip late at night driving the mule team and when the crossing the c. Amp a. At Bricktown were struck by a freight train. Vogely was instantly c. L. Cronebaugh Salem town i charges against Tho successful can slip w As called for As temporary j dilates were made freely and Many chairman d. V. Heck Clay w As delegates declared their intention named As Secretary. A motion was to rebuke the corrupt work at the then made that the temporary i ads a animation be made permanent. There being no contests the committee credentials was omitted. There were no committees resolutions order business. A mourn w As then carried to the effect hat presentation names candidates be made without speeches and that the lowest candidates be dropped after the 3rd ballot. After a Little Council tile leaders it was thought Hest to show their hand resolutions instead dodging the issues the Day. Thereupon a motion was made to appoint a committee live to draft resolutions and report to the convention. A disposition prevailed the part some that no resolutions should be passed fearing perhaps to go record while others thought a bold front w As the Wiser policy. A motion was then carried authorizing the chairman each delegation to cast the full vote tin delegation. A motion to adjourn until i clock then prevailed. A it e la Ngo x is Ion. The committee resolutions then made the following report resolutions. I. That we endorse the platform to go faster than his neighbor w to is i principles and the declaration ahead him the Road Lisa right to pass. If he is prevented by the other Man and an Accident happens because the latter a interference the obstructionist in to0podcibl4> for the damage. No Man Iii the eyes the Law has a right to infringe the rights his neighbor to Cheek patriotic that Earlc the latter Iii passing. Get your masons fruit jars for 5 k a Doz at Lehman a 5 amp to store. 32-3 party policy adopted by the recent Republican state convention and w e hereby pledge our zealous support to the candidates nominated by the Republican state District con Aud it Lull Llev ruin it ncion.-. 2. We most heartily endorse the action our congressional convention in nominating for Congress that that Brilliant the circuit judicial convention w As held at Zanesville last wednesday. The following candidates were announced Charles i. Martin Fairfield county judge s. Ai. Hunter Licking judge e. S. Mcdowell Wayne judge j. H. Almitchell Tuscarawas and judge Thayer Stark. Twenty seven ballots were taken and the last ballot judge Hunter received 68 votes and w As declared the nominee. Judge Hunter is favourably know n in Tuscarawas county. He is an Able lawyer has served to terms As common pleas judge and will fill the position the circuit Bench with credit. Calion Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia for bargains in no. I Shade and fruit Trees. His Trees Are the Best varieties All grafted budded. He Sells cheap. To Bro. Alberson the Ashland press Speaks out his sentiments in a Happy go Lucky Way. He says a a Man being asked if he Ever saw a Bald headed woman replied in the following vein a no we never did. Nor did wre Ever see a woman Waltzing around town in Ber shirt sleeves with a Cigar Iii her Teeth and run into every Saloon she saw. Ave have never saw a woman go fishing with a bottle Iii Lier pocket sit the Damp ground All Day and go Home drunk at night. Nor have w e seen a woman yank off Lier coat and say she could lick any Man Iii town. God bless her she Isnit built that w Midvale folks pleasant Outing Dias. Lineberger Dennison accompanied by his friends chartered the Steamer Lulu Captain Glat Felter last tuesday and were taken to Fern Island where they enjoyed a Days Outing and All pronounced a Good time. Among the party were the following named persons Dias. Lineberger Geo. Deeslie a. L. Horn d. C. Ala hone a. P. Bonner Thos. Sells a. Aicken Transfield Harvey Edw. Engle h a re Jas. D. Gibson prof. J. V. Mcmillen a. B. Macoun. Aliases a Tillie Shambro Lizzie Lingan Kila Lingan Alay Hicks Louise Lineberger Al aggie Johnson Emma Lineberger Alay Lineberger Alary Donavan Omi Hoagland Erli quirk Anna Horn airs. Alary Donavan Lilly Stuart Aliss Lizzie Rye Wheeling w. A. New pleas court. Joanna Slonecker is John . Action for Alimony. Win. G. Gordon is Sarah Ai. Gordon. Partition proceedings. That experienced Soldier statesman capt. A. S. Acc litre Wayne county and in convention assembled we pledge to him our Hearty support. 3. That the distinguished statesman and True Patriot. Gov. William Mckinley Ohio a favorite son is the first Choice the republicans Tuscarawas county for president the United states. 4. We denounce the policy and legislation the present democratic administration the government As inimical to the Union Soldier destructive to the welfare american labor and industries ruinous to sate financial management subversive the rights and liberties the people Adverse to fair elections against peace and Good order. And w e charge that to such policy and legislation is attributable the present depressed condition this country. 5. We believe in and demand free and fair elections uninfluenced incorruption slander in a Tariff for Protection to american labor and manufacturers in Legal tender Money w Hether paper Metal in which shall always be current coequal in value and sufficient in Quantity exclusion undesirable foreign immigration. We Are Iii favor such legislation As shall give a fair Reward to the Wool grower the Farmer the toilet Iii the mines and the Mechanic. / 6. In the interest and behalf the people wre demand Republican officials Tuscarawas county j a courteous Correct and honest and economic administration county affairs. We Are in favor such legislation As shall secure retrenchment in the management Public affairs a whether in printing Iii the salaries our county officers and in All other expenses As shall reduce tin present Burden taxation. 7. That w e exult Over the glorious record the National Republican party and Are proud the fact that in thirty years Power its career is untarnished by any wrongful act and that its ability policy and patriotism Lias Ever been adequate to Subserve and Advance the Best interests Progress and Prosperity the country. The names the follow ing persons w Ere then announced As candidates for auditor u. A. Deardoff Ita. Polson j. H. Officer , Samuel Kipp a. A. Hilton . G. Clemens j. I. Cunning e. B. . Ten ballots were taken dropping the lowest the 3rd ballot. Mica Murray withdrew the 2d the Deal through which the candidates for auditor from a ii township in tin convention Wen betrayed w As the most Brazen political bargain that Ever came to the surface in a convention in this county. Prof. Duff Newcomerstown was quite complimentary to the democratic party when lie announced that this was a Republican convention and fully Able to Deal w Ith fractions and that it was democrats that did not have sense enough. He would How Ever have ignorant democrats help him elect his candidate. Perhaps it was those same fractions that mixed up the secretaries. % sad Accident. Little ten year old Laugham the late bub Stevens met with a severe Accident saturday veiling while playing in the barn Samuel Rentsch Beaverdam Valley. Tin Little girl made her Home with air. Rentsch and with his Little children Wen playing Iii the barn. It seems that the Hay ladder had been taken off from the Wagon and leaned against the Wall inside when tin children sat Down upon tile ladder Tilting it Over falling the Stevens girl and crushing her Skull the other children came Between the Frame the ladder and were not injured. The child is still living at this w rating but cannot survive. So i a realized and unconscious. The Skull is crushed around one Side the head to the forehead. The Mother the child is now the wife Sherrod rickets. He filled the office with credit to himself and party. We sincerely Hope that air. Donalies will remain a citizen our town. Air. Hardman Bis successor is a Man ability and a first class citizen. Ave Welcome him to our town. He will no doubt killed and his body ground to a pulp make an efficient and popular offi and scattered along the the track for b. Church. He was formerly a Ped cer. He has employed As Bis Deputy i some distance. Berger Gogue at this place and it will be a Elmer e. Butterbach a Young Man out and bruised but is pleasure to meet him again. Of excellent character w to is now a robot Caruthers new House is j resident our town. The retiring nearing completion and will be a Deputy a. D. Dribble was a very Fine commodious Structure w Hen j efficient officer and kept his books Iii the Hest shape and by his knowledge the office Wras a great help to attorneys Iii drawing their journal entries. His services will be missed by Many. Finished. Theodore Weingarth who Bas been attending the Ato Ravian Seminary at Bethlehem pa., is now enjoying ins usual vacation at Home developing his muscle. He will return again in september. He is Young Man ability and we predict for him a prosperous future. J. I. Hunt and wife who have been attending school at Adrian Ai in ii., Are now spending a delightful vacation among their Homo folks i in this and adjoining vicinities. I they return again Iii the fall. Appel Bros shipped two ear loads cattle and sheep from port Washington last saturday. J. N. Quigley a House has been i completed remodeler and is now i quite a commodious dwelling. John i son and Kail did the Carpenter w Ork. Several from this Community attended the Republican county convention last saturday. Airs. L. E. Delong and daughter Are visiting relatives in Harrison county at present. There was an ice Cream social at i Albany last saturday night. A that Ever unwelcome guest. Death has again visited our Vicinity and taken our oldest citizen Iii Tho i person Mary Viores aunt it was badly recovering. J the Milles were killed outright and i the Wagon reduced to kindling Wood. I Vogely leaves a wife and one child. I both parties w Ere residents Blakes Ai ills. Baking pure a Cream tartar baking pow Der. Highest All Iii Leavening strength. Latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Street new York. In the afternoon last wednes i Day the citizens canal Dover were More than horrified to learn the m drowning Helen Dickson Daugh j for a Fine suit made to order go to i i. Dickson and Nana Baker i David allure re a w. High St. 18-3m 1 Daub inter Rev. Baker. Just after j j dinner these girls in company with i boys leg crushed a Garnet James a boy residing in Tho family j. Reeves at canal Dover had his left leg crushed monday at the rolling Mill in Dover. An engine was doing some switching at the Mill and the boy was the car sitting Down with his feet hanging Over the Edge. Iii some Way the car got away from the brakeman and ran into a shed crushing the boys leg Between the car and shed. The leg was badly Torii Between the knee other girls started out for a w Alk i arid thought they would amuse j themselves by wading Iii the water. I the place where tin Accident cured Wras in Sugarcreek some Dis j Tance above the c. L. Amp a. Station. I they were not aware the depth i the water and suddenly plunged beyond their depth and drowned. The i girl that was with them gave the a alarm hut before their bodies were recovered it was too late to resuscitate them. The news their death Browne i amp Myers. The and ankle. A Carriage was sent for i alm0t prostrated the parents. Rev a a Polly Viores As she was Familia called. Shi died last tuesday eve ing j Illy 31, at the advanced age Kaiui she died be partner is5. Sin a it Urt it ars i her friends i h having two Orn in Green half Gallott fruit jars Lehman a Only 50c per Doz. 32-5 Art exhibit. Miss Beulah Morgan has decided to hold her exhibit paintings and Crayon work wednesday August 22nd, at the dressmaking rooms Miller amp fonts in the Welty Knisely Block Oil North Broadway. The exhibit will consists Oil paintings and crayons by herself and pupils and we Are sure that it will be Worth going to see. Aliss at Organ is a Fine artist and a thorough instructor. She desires to open a studio in this City about the 1st september and w Ould like to have pupils. Those desiring to take lessons in either Oil Crayon can address her at canal Dover see Lier Oil the Day the exhibit it being open All Day. She also teaches an imitation Watercolour from Oil even Superior to Watercolour itself. Let All interested attend her exhibit and see some Fine work. 91 years 2 months and 25 clays had lived where fifty years her this life Alay 16, son w to died a1 ago. She survived Down to grand child them. Sin was county Pennsylvania Alay 8, i Soo. She w As converted at the age six Lee and lived a consistent member the Al e. Chni Oben a. To. Cd i tending pubic service whenever it was possible. She a Able to w Alk to tin Church cemetery w hich was a mile from her Home until nearly three years ago when she became a filleted in the lower limbs since w hich time sin has been unable to walk. She had Bei n taken to Church Many times within tin last three years. She enjoyed attending Public worship and Tho thought her Christian life will he ail Oasis in the memory All True believers with whom she came in Contact. Rev7. Kirk conducted the funeral services in a very impressive manner. She had chosen the text to be used and also the hymn to be used in connection. Alay she rest Iii peace. X. V. A Gilad re. Airs. Clara Alcoy Chicago is visiting her parents Lemuel Lindsay and wife. J no. Lanni Gand w Ifo spent sunday with her Kotlier airs. Dinning. And Tim boy taken Home and physicians called. Re Liis is one More sad dangling to boys w to positively have no business around cars at any time. Will they take warning wanted at once a mail to take tin Agency for the Cary awning Blind. See 33tf h. A. Parmelee. Axil in in a give that Silver ought to he used As Money but statesmen not mine owners and their lawyers should decide upon a Safe and Wise measure that will bring it More largely into the currency system this Leader. Tim Leader is falling into line the Silver West Iii. A Little while ago Gold and Gold Only was the Standard for Money according to the . It abused very person who was in favor the free coinage Silver. Now the Republican state conventions and a very Large proportion tin Republican congressional conventions have declared Iii favor tin free coinage Silver and . T t., Ulm Lorix a Lii Side by Side with Gold. The Leader is catching it sees which Way the wind is blowing and it is trimming its sails to catch the Plain dealer. Hot in Quot a Quot Al. Kail a sunday. Aland by a relatives Rev. Win Els and German lutheran masons fruit jars 50? Doz at lehman�?Ts5& Kun store 3t a deserved compliment. Next londay John c. Donalies Steps Down and out the office clerk courts Iii this county and our townsman Lyman Hardman w ill take Possession. Of and. Hardman s fitness for the office and his Worth As a mail the chronicle has often spoken. We w ant to say something now about air. Donalies. In the ii Cost place he is a clean and upright gentleman and his stay in the office has Dom the court House credit. He has been a very courteous and obliging official and we believe j that nearly All the thousands that i have met him personally since his occupancy the office will preserve pleasant memories the Man and will Quot wish him As tin chronicle does happiness a lid Prosperity in any a i l Eer in w hich he May Tuscarawas chronicle at the Mage port Washington saturday August 4, Allred Philips and Aliss Phoebe a Appel both this Community. A sumptuous supper was served them at the Home airs. Alary Erie Den Bur sister tin Bride with whom sin had been lately making her Home. After supper tin bridal party left fora pleasant visit with Urcla we wish these estimable people a Long and Happy life abundance earths fairest tires. Young and Ai gifts. Win sunday. John c. Spent Sui id relatives Ai Lings entertained friends Robinson and family y abroad. From Wichita Kansas for Sale rent my Blacksmith shop and Trade. Lot 56x149 it Good location. Good Blacksmith Wagon maker and paint shop buildings. A rare Chance. Apply to pm a Kiel 11 us Rig House 28-4 Philipsburg Ohio. Real estate transfers. J. F. Kaldenbaugh to Charles Hinn Mell lot 21, new Philadelphia $700. Sheriff Adams to j. F. Kaldenbaugh lot 21. New Philadelphia,$600 Magdalena arose to Elizabeth Ai cose lots 57 and 58, Blakes Al ills $1. J. La Henry to w. I. Gowin 12 48-100 perches. Ai ill $50. Alary j. And j. Ai. Laizure to James sprout 12 48-100 perches Mill m25. James sprout to j. E. Henry 12 48-100 perches Ai ill 8225. Henry Billett to William a her lot 24, new Philadelphia $150. J. It. Seli Upp to Frederick Frank 32 perches. Port a Ashington $600. Daniel Haas to i. F. Haas lot 43, Strasburg 8200. La r. Simpson to e. L. Wenger part lot 53.�?T5, new Phil a $238.25. Sheriff Adams to Fred k Schweitz a 16 acres York 8im. Rachel a. Sloe to j. I. Johnson 31 acres Perry. $950. Samuel Meyers Ach to Martin Kiser . To acres Rush $480. W. S. Murphy to Dillon Marsh strip land Oxford 8115. C. I. Grimes to Kate e. Divers lots 3 and 18, new Philadelphia 8425. Baker was absent in Kansas at the time but was notified by Telegram and arrived Iii time for tin funeral. It was a sad occur Ance for two Bright and Lovely girls to be so suddenly called away. One w As aged 14 years and the other 16. The funeral Helen Dickson occurred saturday. Rev. Baker took his daughter to Carrollton for burial Oil Friday. Satisfy yourself by seeing the largest and Best Stock farm wagons Spring wagons and buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio i5tf re Union postponed. I lie re Union the 80th regimen Ohio vol. Inf., which was set for sept 19th, 1894, the farm col. Bren Ai Etha in near Warsaw Coshocton county. Ohio and his kind invitation has been postponed for one year after consultation account the a a hard tins a and the g. A. Ii. Encampment at Pittsburg sept. Loll to 15tjh x us w no j a in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties j please copy. Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter a happen hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cured i piles no required. It is guar a i anted to give perfect satisfaction j Money refunded. Price 25� per Box. J for Sah by a a. A. Ai Iller it pc son. New styles elegantly finished i and fully warranted buggies at John layers North Broadway new Phila i Dolphin Jhio. I5tf i Pioneer meeting. Friend do you want to be one the number that will make Thegath-1 ering at the 13th annual meeting the county fair grounds at canal Dover August Tim 23, 1894, the largest the Best the most instructive and the most enjoyable any in t he i past if you do make up your mind \ i to come do not be selfish but bring i some one along. In this invitation we include All classes the old and j the Young. As the older ones drop j lout act Ion from year to year the i younger must step in and take their places in order to keep Green the memories the past Iii what our i forefathers4 had to pass through to j give to us so great an inheritance. W e would say Lay aside your cares for a season and come prepared to make this a grand old Fash i i oiled Pioneer picnic with your baskets Well filled and hands outstretched to give a Friendly greeting to All you meet. At la clock a. In. Preliminary meeting and at i clock p. In the regular session. I. C. Dea rho off ites to. Isaac Stouffer see a. Clothiers and fdbn1shebs West High Street Are now having their first Semi annual clearance a Lei to make room for our Early arrival fall and Winter goods. To Georg Auburn 44 sited . Good in rid family last Ain always in the Lead. Tile handsomest illustrated Bro j Chare the season has just been is sued by the general passenger he oar Talent the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul it. R., giving a woman s opinion tile compartment sleeping i May and a Ora i i Day at James Taylors. Cyrus Billard and w if i. Ii. Rankins an there w ill to an Given in the town a s saturday Eveni aliases Ella Moi a Ollough sunday friends. Lent Fri ii Vertaim cd family sunday. In the president i Carver 89 25-100 acre Patent. John Penrod to George Carver. 62-100 acres Auburn $60. Ai. I. Hochstetler it a1 to j. W. Lentz 82-Lou acres and lot 22. Bucks $200. Mil i Armstrong s sex cry Sto Ai. H. Brow Ling 2 acres Mill $237.50. Ii. H. Roberts to Clement ii. V. Shaw 22 4-5 acres. Perry $1650. Been Lei w Lipper 111 by the i. Of August i till. Cine Laura air a ii Pecante Ger to j. C. Clay $2800. Of the Ai. Metzger Good i with Rachel Bonier is Esop Johnson Rish dropped 1st, Wardell 2nd. It a1. Partition proceedings. 0. Stinchomb Hendry amp co. Is . Schweitzer withdrawn 2nd, ii. I. Browm. Action for Money. J Spring dropped 3rd, g. A. Oliver Charles e. Murray is Clara Mur j 4th, Stocker 5tli, leaving Welsh ballot Clemens dropped Oil the 3rd, to Titi a cars run the solid Vestibule Oloc . Officer the 4th, Binning Trie lighted trains that line defile 5th, Deardorf the till pow l tween Chicago Milwaukee Kilbourn i son the 7th, Hilton the 8th, dells Wisconsin la leaving Brown and Kipp to end the 0ros9e�?T Winona St. Paul and min be race the 9th ballot which was As follows a Brown 134a, Kipp 105a. The former w As declared the nominee. The next in order was the announcement names for commissioner. The following names were presented s. Stocker b. F. Spring Gay. Oliver Sam Welch , e. A. Parish j. A. Burris Fred Schweitzer. The Low est candidate w As dropped the first ballot. Par Lars. Janus Arnold the past few Days. Frank Stocker f he a i i., ill id and w i f Apolis. It contains time table express trains to and from Points above named As Wadi As Between Chicago Cedar rapids Sioux City Council Bluffs and Omaha. Gives the sleeping car and parlor car rates Between Chicago and the principal cities wre St. Pyrite to ?, jr., travelling passenger agent 48 Exchange St. Buffalo for one them and a new map the United states furnished free. I ton. Visit eel his brother a Lav and sister Frank Kinsey and recently. Hie k. Of b s. Or. It. U. A. Af., it. A. Bus and d. Of a a will hold a Union picnic in Parker s Grove one mile North Gilmore saturday August 18. There will be speaking and Good music. Bitter Sweet. S h a n est i la e. Eli Ai. And j. Ai. Ai Purcell it Iii 97 a acre j. Purcell to Eli lot i Dover $1460. J. C. Purcell to Ella lot to. Dover $400. A. A. Page to Cora i. B acres Goshen $50. Cora land Ellsworth Beans to i e. Beans 21-100 acre Goshen $50. Hooker to Lovilia hooked$4. Tile w i and the i do Ane at Spring i sides the i soldiers i township i families soldiers picnic v. , the r. V. G. A. , Goshen and a townships will build a picnic reunion thursday August 16th, i Inger s Park near town. Penile Izar i it Inri organs All Ole Ariel Friend Uini v Are e i. Kiel Ger 21-100 to a in Ake i we visions and Joyent. Of the different ins the two soldiers their s from All parts cordially invited ill be present. Bring is proday comi eth e. Their prices Are Jull tilled bask let los have a com and it will you to part lot Sheri la co. Strip j Osper Thomas Alverth Martha $1. 45, Uhrich Vilh Adams to the i. I. Land Dennison $732. Harris to Louisa and to acres Sugarcreek Bippus amp sont lie Delphia for our distilled from Rich and nuts and win. I ave have Given a Agency Iii new pm Barley Ala it whig i malted Barley it b. L. Cious and Freu from All impurity. For j the sick and feeble it is a True tonic red a e. H. Chase 6c co., distillers lout see them Stu Mere i Nilli i Uro w a to Ere Goshen k v. For Sale cheap. Martha merchant to Atalissa ii oui Eler 1. E. Nickels and at. Of. Slide wrent to Dover Friday afternoon. The sunday school reunion w hich w As held saturday in a Grove about t Aone and one half Miles South town letters addressed to persons named it known a it. The Dav s woo so acre Joshen $1. Washington excursions. As i am now using City w ill sell cheap a first class wind pump Derrick and 60 barrel w Ater tank. I Alsey offer at a bargain my i greenhouses which can be moved Iii sections. Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia a 3itf attention Farmers. Bushel and half Bushel crates for handling potatoes apples etc., very cheap at ticker amp Ellis 137 s. Broadway new Phil a. 32-6 rates to Denver. On August 9th and loth account annual inc Epting league american wheelman Good returning until the Middle september although the Low rates Limaye been made for meetings organizations i the Sale tickets w ill not be Eon . Fined to members but the Public be made by k j. Lodges going in generally May take advantage the in a body. App beauts for further Low fare. The return limits will be information the subject will be ample for Side trips in the West de i advertised letters. Ray. Divorce the ground wilful absence and Gross neglect duty j. C. Zutavern is John j. Shultz action for Money due. The Cadiz Cam meeting. The Cam meeting began at Cadiz yesterday and will continue until the 18th. There will be a number Good speakers present and a Good time generally is expected. They will have Many interesting topics to consider and a pleasant and profitable time with old friends will be had by All w to attend. And Burris to close the contest the 6th ballot which resulted As follows Burris 122 Welsh 117. Wesley Cummins was renominated for infirmary director by acclamation. Or. Dole Dennison and . Welty Dover w Ere announced As candidates for Coroner. Welty was nominated. Cove x tio x n it it is. Republican Harmony should be spelled w Ith a big below remained unclaimed in Thi office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by aug. 20, 1894. Andrew Border Jiw. Taylor airs. Margaret Thompson Harvey Harper airs. Ida Ai. Shull Arthur holing and Joliet jump. Please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster marriage permits. Charles w. Keplinger a Buren Bair . Heifers Lousia a. Stacker. William s. Spencer Frank s. Bartin Albert Philips Phoebe Capple. Daniel dolls Amelia Rothenstine John Lewis Jane Hewison. Was w Ell attended. There w Ere four sunday schools present. A pleasant Day was spent by All. Frank carry a face is w reached in smiles. Is it any wonder there was a new baby girl come to their House one Day last w Eek to live. Ads. Sarah Aicken a former citizen our town died sunday night. She had been staying with Lier son William who lives near Union Hill for the last few years. Bucks township did not show up James h. Homany Clara b. Dine. I L. Johnson went to new Phila offers every facility for a delightful Dolphin last thursday. J journey. Special arrangements May Aquiila Homan and family Canton Are Here visiting relatives and friends. Be Nab Johnsons and George wins w Ere to Wilmot sunday last. It drilling for Oil will he resumed this week nuisance. Their tailor made suits reduced rates to the National capital via Pennsylvania Short lines. On August 22d, 23d, 24th 25th and 26th, excursion tickets to Washington i. Cd account the knights pythias concave will lie. Solel from ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines. Tile Low rate tickets will be sold to All applicants and w ill be Good returning until september 8th, with privilege Extension until september 15th, inclusive. The acl vantages the Pennsylvania lilies As a Cli arable route to the National capital Are familiar to the travelling Public. It is the popular route and Are marked a1 prices that will surely sell them. New Philadelphia Ohio

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