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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 6, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published 1v1st thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Tour Vavor solicit. New Philadelphia times. The a a times advertising rates. Saoi. Imo. $1 50 3 00 4 00 5 00 12 00 3 to. A 250 6 00 10 00 12 50 30 00 6 to. A 3 00 9 00 15 00 25 00 50 00 Tyr. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One ool nmn. §888s business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday july 6, 1893. Number 28. Mew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. 49thr new Philadelphia tikes will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year. In Advance.1-0� if not paid within three to s 1.50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication. To the tikes. Teachers examinations. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates As follows during 1892 and �?T93 at new Philadelphia november 26, �?T92 january 28, �?T93 february 25, �?T93 june 17, �?T93 August 26th, �?T93. At canal Dover january 7, 93 february 11,�?T93 april 22, �?T93 july 8,�?T93. At Uhrichsville March 11th, �?T93. At Mineral Point March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june 3d, �?T93. Pupils examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, �?T93 May 6th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with Nen and Ink and the necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. All examinations will be he d in the Higl school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. . Pfeifer press i. J. Richardson. Business directory. D r. Joseph Fox Ollilee Over Jentsch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. U. May 25-Ly. Re opened. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. It no per Day. Furu Haiie Fine bar and House newly feed stable in connection. 39yl . S. Vail dentist. A office in City Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron Hender3hot. 3pxx-Stsici-<l.3>r a red. Of Fiok and Rooks North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y Ellis architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway new Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl j r. P. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio f 8 to 10 a. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. A Tel $2.00 per i a y. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl the Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other agents. J. Kurtz agent. I. Hendershot adjuster. Personal and general. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. 19tf her Sis s Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Mykris Block 2d floor. Joseph Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi. Ohio August 14,1890. 33yl j ii. Booth _ attorney at a a Notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Blacks Lubing and repair shop. All kinds Smithing will receive prompt attention. I fit special attention paid to horseshoeing. At shop in rear met Chenery a Block East High Street. Give us a Call. Respectfully l8-3m , new Philadelphia 0 Lewis place. For Fine wines liquors ale and Beers give it a Call. In connection we have constantly hand a Fine line cigars tobaccos Etc. Boarding by the Day $1.00. Boarding by the week $4.00. Give us a Call we will treat you with respect. West Hiigli Street opposite m. E. Church respectfully 17-3m Lew Horrisberger prop Hannah a place when in need a warm meal luncheon give me a Call. I keep hand Choice wines liquors Beers and soft drinks. A big line cigars can to had also. Come and enjoy one after your meals. I also will train Colts at a reasonable Price. Done to forget my place in Becky a building South Broadway new Philadelphia Respectfully 17-8m Samuel Dianna prop. Those expecting to attend the worlds fair at Chicago will do Well to see the agent the L. Amp By before arranging for tickets. Very Low rates and the Best accommodations can be secured. Those desiring Sleeper space can secure it from new Philadelphia through to Chicago at very Low rates. Joe train carrying the Sleeper leaves new Philadelphia at 4.41 p. J. W. Mccombs t. A. Desirable lots for Sale. Everybody buys clothing Wanamaker amp Brown. Canton has two cases Small pox. The time and Farmers Friend $1. Miss Mattie Canfield is visiting her Mother. Or. And mrs. De. Walter left for Chicago monday. Mrs. Price Dover visited n. Phil a friends monday. N25 pieces mandarin Stripe just arrived at Spring Bros. Miss Coleman is the guest Ter mrs. I. Johnston. Miss Grace Dickey is visiting her aunt mrs. Reed at Massilon. Or. G. Tinker and wife left for the worlds fair saturday. Or. J. Smith and wife returned from Lakeside saturday. Or. Geo. Johnston Uhrichsville was in our City thursday. Mrs. Simon has returned from her trip to Omaha and Chicago. Or. And mrs. Rollins Del Roy spent the fourth in this City. Misses Eva Fox and Beulah Judy Uhrichsville Are guests Dazie Dodd. Miss Helen Smith Uhrichsville is the guest j. H. Boothe and family. The Princess plow is the bests Call John Myers new Philadelphia 19tf . George Dearborn and daughter Florence left for the worlds fair tuesday. Misses Kate Welty and Cora Kurtz Are visiting mrs. Hendershott in Leroy. John Judy Cleveland spent the 4th with his father David Judy in this City. Edson l. Kennedy Cincinnati arrived Home saturday to spend a few Days. J. D. Linn returned from Steubenville saturday after a few weeks visit with his people. Or. We. Hogue Paoli is visiting his daughter mrs. D. F. Tidrick West fair Street. A Little daughter arrived sunday at the residence . Brokenshire North Broadway. Or. A. S. Knisely was in Uhrichsville wednesday the guest his brother . A. J. Knisely. Edgar Walter his two Sisters wife and Gertie Spence All left sunday for the worlds fair. Rev. Edward Williams Pittsburg was the guest his brother Rev. John Williams last week. Misses Maggie and Wilma w alter Gertrude Spence and mrs. John Lee went to Chicago saturday. Farmers you should buy the Princess plow John Myers new Philadelphia 19tf miss Emma Snyder spent a few Days in Uhrichsville last week the guest her Friend mrs. Lena Root. Mrs. J. H. Boothe visited her sister mrs. Will Smith and Nephew . A. J. Knisely in Uhrichsville last week. We Are Headquarters for ladies a Fig wraps ranging in Price from $2.00, upward. Spring Bros. 19tf miss Edna Nickles gave a delightful party Friday evening to a Large number her n. P. And Dover friends. E. J. Mcelroy wife and babe Fremont Ohio arrived monday to spend the 4th with his Mother mrs. Mcelroy. Mrs. Blackburn Roscoe and mrs. Leretilley and daughter Kansas Are guests . And mrs. James Spence. Or. J. Taggart an attorney Cadiz and H. Host an attorney Bowerston were in this City business july 4th. Or. And mrs. Charles Zellner and baby Maxie spent a couple e Days at Uhrichsville with mrs. Marie Knisely who is very ill. Or. Alberti Williams son our old Friend . Theo. Williams Salt Lake is visiting in this City the guest . And mrs. S. Of Donnell. Land has been leased by Pittsburg parties two Miles West Malvern and extending to Robertsville for Gas and Oil news. John Kinsey left for Washington City Friday to take charge As superintendent the p. O. Office building now being built. He gets $8.00 per Day. loan twelve Hundred dollars at 7 per cent first mortgage farm. For further particulars Call at attorney Neelys Law office. 26w4 there will be an ice Cream and Raspberry festival in Eagle Hall thursday evening. Proceeds for the Benefit the u. B. Church. Everybody invited. Typhoid fever is raging Atenville Wayne county. The sanitary condition the town is said to be bad. The penalty for such neglect will be death to Many. Or. James Watkins and wife san Francisco Are the guests mrs. Henry Kaldenbaugh . Thomas Smith and other relatives. Mrs. Mathews is the oldest the Forbes Sisters. E. J. Milner a Young Man aged about 22 years and a Nephew . Swift the merchant died consumption at the residence . Swift thursday morning and was taken to Alliance for burial saturday. Mrs. Isaac Penrod canal Dover died last sunday quite suddenly. She was taken to Ragersville for burial and was interred july 4th. She was a former resident Auburn township. Deceased was about 70 years age. I have a Large number lots North Broadway and North sixth Street in Oak Park addition new Philadel phia Ohio at Low prices easy terms for 69 Days will give special induce ments. John a. Himes agent. 26tf natural White Oil comes from natures invisible Depths purely a min eral product. Grows hair head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out. Price 50 cents. For Sale by Miller amp son. Of James Stephenson a Young barrister and partner a. L. Neely left for Washington City monday to marry miss Ollie Platt. He will be gone about 10 Days. Upon their arrival they will take up housekeeping in part the dwelling e. Bailey known As the Bartles property West front Street. The times extends congratulations. John a. Himes has returned from his Western trip and the worlds fair. Charles Eberhart jr., left this week for his Home in Cleburne Texas. He will visit the fair at Chicago his Way. The fighting strength the chinese soldiery is 12,000,000. Over 500,000 Are infantry and about 100,000 Are cavalrymen. The american fire Brick and Clay company which was Given a Bonus by Mineral Point started their works last week. Mrs. We. Janes was arrested and brought before mayor Souers thursday last for disorderly conduct. She was fined $1.00 and costs. Mrs. Rishforth Baltimore md., who has been visiting friends in this place is attending the worlds fair this week accompanied by . Emerson Glass. A. Bates bought the $40,000, sewer Bonds at $40,203. They Are 6 per cent Bonds. Other towns that Are trying to float 5 per cent sewer Bonds have failed owing to the rate interest going up. The makers . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer the new cure for nervous disease offer special treatment by their physicians free charge if use it fails to effect a cure. $1 at Ii. Gents Chest drug store. Or. Edgar Walter has staked off the grounds and is making preparations for a new House his lot North Broadway. The House is to Cost about $2,000 and will be modern style. We Are glad to see Broadway improving. Lost in the grass elegant opera wrap which belongs to miss Jennie Rosenbery canal Dover while attending a dance at the City Park last saturday night. Finder will be rewarded by leaving it at times office. A new lightning Rod swindle is being worked in this Vicinity. Agents represent that they Are sent to inspect and repair lightning rods by the firm making them free Cost. The order Blank for repairs if signed turns out the same old Way. Natural grows hair the head White cures Dandruff Perma Oil Nenty stops hair falling out. It is natures True hair grower. Grows moustache and whiskers. Price 50 cents. For Sale by Miller amp son. Of account the american Saeng Ernest at Cleveland o., july 10th and 11th, the Amp m. By. Wiil sell tickets at one fare for round trip Good going Date Sale july 10th and 11th, returning to Aud including july 17th, 1893. G. W. Page g. P. Amp t. A. The Brock Hill Coal co., Pike run had a receiver appointed thursday. B. D. Downey was appointed receiver. The company has been cramped financially but will most Likely be Able to liquidate All its debts. Its action will demoralize business some at Pike run. We have Given a. Bippus amp son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. Ii. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville Kentucky. Phillip Hoopingarner has been appointed p. At Winfield in the place John p. Keplinger removed. Or. Keplinger had held the office for 35 years and had filled the office to the satisfaction All but the change administration deprived him ins position. Choice rooms for worlds fair Visi tors. Private family. All conveniences. One car boat fair to worlds fair 10 minutes walk to business Center. Reduced rates to families two More occupying same room. No. 84 dear born ave., Chicago 111. Mrs. S. S. Henderson. Elder s. S. Beaver Mcalisterville Juniata co., pa., says his wife is subject to cramp in the stomach. Last summer she tried chamberlains Colic cholera diarrhoea remedy for it and was much pleased with the speedy Relief it afforded. She has since used it whenever necessary and found that it never fails. For Sale by Miller amp son druggists. Unsderfer Beaver dam had a narrow escape from death serious injury last week. While mowing his team ran away throwing him from the machine and severely bruising him. Fortunately he fell the opposite Side from the Cutter bar. Thus saving himself from an awful death. A the team ran into a Fence which stopped them. The second annual Encampment the Lake Brady spiritualists Alliance will be held its ample grounds at Lake Brady Portage county Ohio commencing sunday july 2, and continuing until sunday september 3. Ample accommodations provided for visitors and excursion rates Given Amp p. Ry., n. Y., p. A And Pittsburg and Western Rys. A very healthy pleasure resort. A a my Little boy was very bad off for 2 Mont s with diarrhoea. We used various medicines also called in two Doc tors but nothing did him any Good until we used chamber lain a Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy which gave immediate Relief and soon cured him. I consider it the Best Medicine made and can conscientiously recommend it to a who need a diarrhoea Colic Medicine. J. E. Hare Trenton Tex. 25 and 50-cent bottles for Sale by Miller amp son druggists. Last fall i was taken with a kind summer complaint accompanied with amp wonderful diarrhoea. Soon after my wife a sister who lives with us was taken in the same Way. We used almost everything without Benefit. Then 1 said let us try chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy which we did and that cured us right away i think much it As it did for me what it was recommended to do. John Hertzler Bethel Berks co., a. 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by i. Miller amp son druggists. Or. N. Beechy travelling agent for the Spicer manufacturing co., this City says the company has sold its entire Stock Hay Tedders cultivators and harrows. They disposed $50,000 Worth goods and could have sold More if they had had them. Or. Beechy is now taking orders Tedders for next year. They will manufacture a much larger Stock for next season. We Are glad to know they Are having a ready Market for their goods. Or. Beechy is one the Best travelling salesmen the Road. Or. Whiting Allen advertising agent for Adam Forepaugh a shows dropped in us thursday. He is one the Best advertisers the Road and a perfect gentleman. He represents one the greatest shows Earth. The coming show is greeted everywhere with immense crowds and will without doubt bring the largest crowd that has attended a show in new Philadelphia for Many years. These people Are genteel and courteous and should be liberally patronized. Rishforth a Rose Cream. The Queen skin tonics. Good Bye pimples blotches sunburns and Sun freckles Rose Cream removes them All causing the skin to be Clear soft and Beautiful. Rose Cream is sold its merits. Every bottle we sell testifies for itself and every customer is our reference. If you want a Clear and Beautiful complexion Rose Cream will give it to you. Rose Cream is pure and As harmless As milk guaranteed not to impart the skin if used a life time. Jno. W. Kinsey North West Cor. Of Public Square Gen. Agent for new Phil a 26w4 judge Hance brought an injunction proceeding in common pleas court monday restraining the City Council from issuing Bonds to Aid the nut and Bolt works that was to be constructed Here. That will no doubt end that Industry so far As new Philadelphia is concerned. Issuing Bonds to Aid private enterprises is not constitutional. It is a privilege that judge Hance has but the question is whether we had bet. Ter split hairs so far As the Law is concerned and Knock out such enterprises suffer a slight increase in taxes and have the town move Onward. No doubt the increase in value judge Hance a land would make up for the in taxes. Work has been commenced in clean ing out the Fryer Oil and Gas Well preparatory to shooting it when the Gas will be piped and utilized. We learn that the same company will Drill another Well for Oil Gas As soon As the Freyer Well is done with. We also learn that the Berea grit company will sink another Well this summer. The Wells they already have Down show no diminution and has paid a reasonable return the investment All the product being sold to the Standard Gil company except the Small amount used by the Cadiz Gas company. This would indicate nearness to a Large Oil Reservoir which when found will be a Sentinel. Death will follow the use liquor morphine tobacco with the same certainty that night follows Day. If you Are addicted to the use any them you can cure yourself in a few Days and not experience the least discomfort. Hills double Chloride Gold tablets Are guaranteed to cure drunkenness morphine and tobacco habit without requiring the least Effort the part the patient. The Price is but $1.00 per package and a cure any one these habits is Worth a thousand times that amount. Done to delay get a package the tablets from your druggist. If he done to keep them and refuses to order them for you Send direct to the Ohio chemical co., Lima Ohio. They will Send you full particulars free. Geo. Reed Hostler for . J. Smith got a Drunken spree last week took Smiths horse and buggy while be was away and started for Phillipsburg. The horse and buggy in some Way got the Amp m. Track without a Driver about half a mile above Blackband. A freight train came along killed the horse and smashed the buggy. The horse was a very valuable one. He was offered $300 for the horse. The buggy was Worth 80 90 dollars making a total loss nearly $400. The horse had either been left without hitching and had wandered out to the track the Driver and his partner had been thrown out and the horse went . It was a bad piece work and Reed loses his Job for his Folly. Or. Thomas Smiths residence East Avenue along East Street to the River from Franklin Square two squares West to the Side Cut below the L. Amp R., from Ray Street to the North end fifth Street to Oak Grove addition bringing the water from each Way to North Street by Edward Sargents to Beaver dam. The work is to be done according to the plans and specifications furnished by civil Engineer Hanlon and is to be completed in 90 Days from the Date signing the contract. This will give employment to a Large number men As the time will require hustling. We understand that our Home Brick manufacturers will get to furnish some the Brick and the Hartford co., Malvern will also furnish a part. This is an improvement to the town that was badly needed and the Price seems reasonable and is Only a Little Over two thirds the estimate the civil Engineer. These sewers Are called storm sewers As they Are to carry surface water. There will not Likely be any sanitary sewers put in this season. Liberal Way advertising. Notice. Make As Many Small English words As possible from the letters contained in cd a a Lee Ray pm in a los without using a letter in any one word More times than it appears in a a celery to the person sending largest list will be Given a Beautiful matched pair Cream White ponies Gold mounted harness and Phaeton a trip to the worlds fair and return for second largest list received a Fine upright piano for third a pneumatic bicycle for fourth Fine Gold watch for fifth pair Diamond ear rings for sixth parlor Organ for seventh elegant Harp for eight Black silk dress pattern for ninth music Box drum and Bells for tenth largest list also one Hundred other valuable prizes for first 100 persons sending a list not less than 60 words made from letters contained in a celery pills. Rudges celery pills Are what you require if troubled with nervousness insomnia loss appetite weakness dyspepsia stomach trouble headache indigestion Etc. Send thirteen 2-cent Stamps with list words and try for one our handsome prizes and receive free a Sample package with full particulars and list those in your state who have won prizes to introduce this great nerve and stomach remedy All delivered in u. . Enclose thirteen 2c. Stamps with list words promptly to Rudge celery Pill co., Montreal que., and you Are sure a first-clas3 prize for your trouble. 28-t4 Gilmore. Miss Ada Mccormick returned from Franklin College last week. Miss Rose Mccormick is entertaining friends this week. Miss Elva Hiller was Home from Gnadenhutten a few Days last week. Or. And mrs. Charles Timmons Cadiz after a pleasant visit with relatives Here returned to their Home tuesday. Or. Theo. Morris visited his sister mrs. Bailey Colley near Paoli Friday last. John Lanning and family who recently moved from Uhrichsville to Perry township spent sunday with the lat terms Mother mrs. Denning near town. Miss Nora Gooding returned from Scio College last week. Chas. Gooding and wife visited the family . Gooding Sabbath. Lewis Arnold and Little daughters visited relatives Here Sabbath. The lit tie misses Laura and Lena will spend a week so with their grandparents and other relatives. Lewis Kinsey and family spent Sabbath with relatives in port Washington. Geo. Gray and wife Gnadenhutten visited m. Kail a family sunday last. Or. And mrs. Philip Lanning visited their son theo., in Dennison one Day last week mis3 Laura Morris attended Scio commencement and spent several Days visiting friends at that place. A bitter probate court proceedings. A monday june 26, 1893. Lena m. Senft it Al guardian first account filed. Albert Davis is John Stahl it Al. Order appraisement returned and filed appointment confirmed and Bond ordered and filed. Order Sale issued terms one third Cash one third in six months and one third in one year. June 27. Heirs Jacob Leonard guardian final account filed. The state Ohio application Mary a. Stauffer is John Wenger motion for writ citation filed. June 28. In the matter guardianship g. E. Hill application and Bond filed and letters guardianship issued. June 29. Isaiah j. Harris assignment except to account Assignee filed and set for hearing. Jacob Retzler estate application and Bond filed and letters issued and appraisement ordered. June 30. Saloma Shorb guardian third account filed. July 1. Levi Morris estate proof publication notice appointment filed. July 3. John Weigand estate final account filed. Lorenzo m. Davis certified copy will filed for record. Peter Haas proof notice appointment filed. Fred. Groff administrator Etc., we. Marlatt estate is Carrie Shaw it Al. Order Sale returned showing property advertised and not sold and and application Filea to sell at fixed sum at private Sale order Sale issued to sell at $510. We. T. Of Donnell guardians final account filed. Edward r. Of Donnell guardian third account filed. Transfers real estate. Washington letter. The Board education Salem township has decided to establish a High school at wolfs and desire applications from persons qualified to teach the same and assure the superintendency the township schools. Address W. Riley clerk the Board port Washington Marriage Perm its port Washington. Re Samuel e. Jackson and Phoebe m. Goedele. Oliver e. Howell and Dollie a. Wheeland. Charles Miller and Mary Hephinger. We. Smith and Catherine Neider Heiser. John n. Rapp and Emma Swick Heimer. Gotlieb Welfley and Mary g. Wood. Clyde Wolf and Bertie Harbold. We. Waldron and Sarah n. Bay less. A business Opportunity. The undersigned intends to devote his whole time to engineering and for that reason will dispose his property consisting two town lots a dwelling House stable out buildings store House one half interest in a Grain House and a Stock general merchandise. The Grain House is new Well equipped and has a switch to r. The other buildings Are in Good condition and in every Way suited for their purpose. The Stock goods was carefully selected to suit this locality and is not Only presentable but attractive. Prices and terms reasonable and easy. F. Reichenbach jr., 28w6 Dundee Ohio. Sewerage contract let. Thursday was the Day for opening the bids for the construction sewerage the streets set Forth in the advertisement. Quite a number contractors were present. N. J. Irvine Greenville Ohio was awarded the con tract for the sum $26,000 in the aggregate $5.00 per loot. The seen to be constructed Are As follows from Jacob Klein Kimbolton spent last week his farm South town. Robert Emerson has purchased himself a Fine bicycle and is making Good use it at present. James Timmons after two month illness with malaria near Dennison turned Home last week. Myra Sperling visited friends in Uhrichsville last wednesday and thursday. Robert Nelson made a trip to Canton last wednesday and brought his Little daughter Bertha Home. Bertha is . Nelsons youngest child and has been living with relatives in Canton for several years. Jacob Stinebaugh Harry Wheeland and Fred off Holder have opened up a Large Coal mine South East town across the River Henry stockers land. The Coal is said to be Good Quality and Quantity. Robt. Nelson and his three Clug Terp Lida Eva and Bertha left no. 10 for a pleasure trip tuesday. Mrs. A. Salchli wife our meat merchant accompanied by mrs. Philip Barth went to Columbus last week where she will receive medical treatment for a head trouble she Nas been suffering with for some time. She has the sympathy a number friends. Jacob Retzler after years suffering passed away sunday evening june 25th. He was born in Prussia january 12th, 1830, and was married in Prussia june 15th, 1854 to Fredericka Schmidt also a native that country. In 1855 the year after their marriage they emigrated to America. Their children Are Jacob w., Catharine Caroline Charlotte Charles c., Frederick f., and Lizzie Margaret is deceased. Or. Retzler had been engaged principally in farming and at the time his death owned 100 acres Well improved land two and a half Miles South town. He was a member the German lutheran Church. The deceased was 63 years 5 months and 13 Days old. The funeral took place tuesday afternoon a in. Martin Staley to Noah e. Keeth lot 23 Uhrichsville $150. Martin Staley to we. H. Marburger lot 22 Uhrichsville $150. Eliza j. Bailey to John d. Bailey . 145 and 15-100 acres Sandy $2,903. Geo. A. Neumann to a. B. Casper lot 12, new Philadelphia $650. Jasper Laport to David t. Lehn lot 3 Tuscarawas $400. J. Judson Murphy to Lucinda Stoner 5 acres Washington $220. S. W. Ely to John Binger 24 and 36 100 acres Warwick $1,300. Harvey Hattery to Sarah j. Lawver 1 acre Union $125. Horace g. Little to Lucy h. Little lot 24, 2-5 and 26, Newcomerstown $1,000. Levinda Mckee to Elmer e. Long lot 6, Dennison $50. Mary k. And Geo. G. Rapp to Hugh Allen lot 1 new Philadelphia $300. John a. Himes to Margaret Golder lot 21 Mooreville $135. Jacob Schwab to Frank h. Tabor s. Naif lot 5, new Philadelphia $200. Francis e. Battershell to Frederick Gribble lot 87 Midvale $85. We. Embleton to Robert Smith lot 67 Midvale $85. We. Embleton to Robert Smith lot 68 Midvale $90. De. S. Slingluff it Al to Mary bom Gardner lot 9 Dover $225. Geo. B. Deardorff to Caroline Bair lot 7 Dover $225. John l. Kennedy to Edward b. West Hafer part lots 8 and 9, new Philadelphia $1150. E. A. Parrish to Georgianna Grayson part lots 458 and 459, Uhrichsville $300. Andrew Deis to Geo. W. Kail lot 56 Dover $36u. Josiah Winklepeck to Hiram Hostetler lot 28 Shane Villa $590. Jacob n. Mart to Josiah Teters 2 and 91-100 acres sugar Creek $1,000. Elizabeth Reiswick to Jacob n. Mart 2 and 91-100 acres sugar Creek $4,051. Healea amp Greene to Sylvester Ely part lot 12 Uhrichsville $1,000. Eliza a. And j. H. Long to Jas. Blackwell 2 and 23-100 acres Mill $1. Christian Leiser to Mary e. Robart 25 acres Dover $1,300. Sheriff Adams to Stephen Gatchell it Al 140 and 77-100 acres Mill $3,200. Elizabeth Hay it Al to Lottie Lam Bright lot 248, new Philadelphia $1,056. Chas. Couts executor to Uriah cout 57 acres Oxford $50. James Taylor to John a. Taylor 34 acres Washington $1,000. The Ohio Farmers insurance co., to Chas. W. Skeels 115 and 93-100 acres Warren $3,300. New cases in court. We. Mclean is Alexander Heingartner it Al civil action for monies due note and account. James Harper is Charles Schafert action for damages. Christian Forney treas. Is James f action for taxes due. James Callaghan is Michael Medlar a suit for slander. Lillie Mav Douglas is . damages claimed for breach Promise. Goldsmith Joseph fees amp co., is Anna the matter the appointment a receiver. Geo. Walker administrator is Cath Arine Carns. Joseph Hance is D. Grimes it Al a injunction to restrain the issuing Bonds to Aid the nut and Bolt works. Sheldon s. Kent is the Brock Hill Coal receiver. Charles Lahmers is Catharine Lam action for Money due. Neri s. Chandler is Nancy Chandler a divorce ground wilful absence. Sarah Cress is j. W. Goyim i it Al a damages. We. L. Davis is we. D. attachment. We. L. Davis As Assignee is we. D . Mary a. Stauffer a John Wenger. Civil action to set aside the will Rosanna Burkholder. Francis m. Roberts is judgment co Novit note prayed for. There Are some Fine new Points about the Deering Binder this year we should like to show the Farmers. Call e. G. Waltz agent new Philadelphia Ohio. I5ta from our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., june 30, 1893. Both ends the Capitol building Are in the hands a Small army workmen who Are putting everything in ship shape for the extra session Congress. Everything is being overhauled and freshened up renewed As the exigencies the Case May demand. Although the probability president Cleveland making an earlier Date for the extra session than september is regarded As exceedingly slim it was thought Best to Rush the work at the Capitol so everything would be in readiness for Congress to assemble As Early As the latter part july in Case the president should change his mind. Speaking calling an extra session Congress earlier than september a gentleman who had a Long conversation with the president the subject says a the president thinks and i agree with him that instead being a reason for an earlier extra session the action the government great Britain in stopping the coinage Sil private account in India furnishes one the strongest reasons against an earlier session. Every one has some sort an idea what will be the result cutting off with a stroke the Aen the Market for about one third the worlds Silver but Only time can show precisely what the result will be. If Congress were to be called to meet within three four weeks it would necessarily Lack much information upon this subject which by the Middle september can easily be obtained information too that is in my opinion absolutely essential to intelligent and beneficial financial legislation and any other sort legislation would be much worse than investigation has brought out the fact that Many men who Are drawing disability pensions Are living in soldiers Homes without Cost to themselves and Are earning regular wages for the performance manual labor. Further investigation shows that except in the cases those who draw pensions under the act 1890, nothing can be done to prevent a continuance this practice without new legislation. A it is evident that the whole system pension Laws a remarked a congressman who was himself a Union Soldier a Are faulty and in need a thorough revision but i have serious doubts As to the courage Congress to make that revision. Pensions have been used As capital so Long by demagogues that the people at Large will have to be educated the subject before the pressure Congress becomes Strong Enoi go to compel action. The preliminary Steps in this educational work Are being taken by the administration in its endeavours to Clear the Roll illegal pensioners. Later the revision the Laws will come in answer to a Public demand in which thousands old soldiers will join indeed Many them have already done so. As soon As pensions Are entirely divorced from partisan politics Justice will be done alike to the taxpayer and old among the fraudulent pensioners whose dropping from the Roll was officially approved this week were eleven men shown by the records the War department to have been deserters and who Are still deserters at Large one Man who never was in the army at All several women who continue to draw widows pensions after they had married again and one notorious prostitute. Surely such As these have no business a a Roll president Cleveland was asked by the committee in charge the preparations for the Celebration the Centennial the laying the Corner Stone the u. S. Capitol building to deliver the principal oration upon that occasion but As the president expects to Haye his hands full about the Date the Celebration september 18�?he told the committee that he could not comply with their request but would gladly make a Short speech introducing the Man they selected to deliver the oration. To Day closes the fiscal year and while the financial condition the government is not All that could be asked for it is very much better than there was any Good reason six months ago for expecting that it would be at this time. In fact there were abundant reasons six months ago for the fear that instead the comfortable Cash balance hand the administration would have to begin the new year with a deficit. The Date president Cleveland a departure is still doubtful owing to the pressure important Public business. Senator Camden wants him to join him in a fishing excursion in West Virginia before he goes to Gray Ables but it is not certain that he will be Able to do so. Because they have a single Gold Standard and blames All the trouble in this country the Silver dollars coined and issued under the operations the Bland act 1878 and the Sherman act 1890. He proposes an immediate return to a single Gold Standard accepting Only Gold for custom dues the Sale the Silver Bullion in the government vaults for Cash in Gold and the issuance $300,000,000 3 per cent Gold Bonds. He would fix a Day not later than january 1, 1898 for the redemption and payment in Gold All circulating notes every description heretofore issued by the government. The Silver dollars he would entirely retire from circulation by Selling half them As Bullion and reclining the other half into Small coins. Upper Evans Valley items. The Apple crop this Vicinity is an entire failure. The peach crop will be Good. Or. J. O. Henry Canton purchased 60 acres Timber Daniel Leadrach and has moved a saw Mill the premises and will out the Timber this summer. Fred Wasem took a Fine lot cheese to new Philadelphia monday. The 6-year-old daughter Gotlieb Wilgerman near Phillipsburg died Friday kidney and lung trouble. She was buried sunday at Phillipsburg. Rey. Toliman conducted the funeral services. The Wasem Dairy is running and doing Well. The cheese from that Dairy brings 12 cents a Pound. The Corn Oats and wheat this neighbourhood is excellent. The Hay crop is Light. One the most enjoyable events our neighbourhood that has taken place for some time was the Surprise party Given mrs. Jacob Nebel in Honor her 57 the birthday last sunday. About one Hundred her neighbors and friends gathered at the residence . And mrs. Nebel with Well filled baskets All the Good things to eat. A bounteous meal was spread and All heartily enjoyed it. There was enough for both dinner and supper and an abundance left for As Many More. The Day was spent in social Intercourse. Many Fine presents were presented to mrs. Nebel in Honor her birthday. One and All enjoyed themselves hugely. A one who wa8 science and scientists. The planet Neptune has the longest year consisting More than 60,000 our Days. Genuine volcanic dust has been found in Kansas and the Indian territory. There is a Deposit near Galena in the territory which is said to be Many feet in thickness. A the United states a says prof. Loew the University Munich a is bound to become in every scientific Branch the first country Earth. This is my firm sir Andrew Clark the general physician in the largest Hospital in London says that seven out every ten persons treated there owe their ill health to the use intoxicants. Posters come nearer to milk than almost any other common food material As regards both the amounts and the relative proportions nutrients the food values equal weights milk and oysters being nearly the name. Delegates have been invited from the sanitary committees All the Porta the United kingdom to a conference in London to discuss the cholera question and to promote Urty action in regard to measures for preventing the introduction spread the plague in the Spring. Have died recently. Drs. France amp Ottman formerly new York now the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia monday july 10. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. To 6 p. M., one Day Only. Rei publican s View tiie Nanci Al situation. Fix senator John b. Henderson St. Louis hag written a Long letter to Secretary Carlisle which was this evening made Public. It treats the financial situation and is said to have been written in answer to the Secretary a request to put paper what had been spoken in a recent interview. Henderson was a Republican senator trom Missouri during Grants administration and was permanent chairman the Republican National convention in Chicago in 1884. He expresses the belief that the present Stringency is produced not by insufficient currency but by the loss Confidence among business men because the bad Quality a Large part the currency. He does not believe that abundant Money adds to commercial Prosperity. He says a we shall not have a perfect currency until every note issued for circulation shall be destroyed its return to the authority issuing it and no new note issued except for value and Only at the Call business he says that England and Germany Are a a prosperous Gen. Butlers Law practice is sai4 to have yielded him about $50,000 a year for several years and his income from this and other sources sometimes reached twice that figure. The late Justice Lamar with his dreary eyes flesh less face Long Black Gray hair and ragged tuft Beard looked to the writer a current Magazine article like a poet an anarchist. It used to be said Gen. Hayes that he was crimping in his Economy but this is now explained by the statement that he paid off after he became president a Large obligation $70,000, he incurred through the misfortune another and which he Felt bound More in Honor than by Law to meet. Bishop Brooks wore turndown collars and coloured neckties As a broker business Man might do. He never wore a clerics a that is the Collar which buttons at the Back the bosom less clerical shirt and the cassock coat buttoning up to the Throat. He was one the fastest talkers in the country. In the pulpit the Rostrum his delivery would average Over two Hundred words a minute. There were very few shorthand men who could take him at All. Not Many his sermons therefore were reported verbatim in the newspapers. Feminine fancies. Still in Progress e. Parmelee a big bargain Sale. Such Good shoes for so lit Little Money Are sure to please All concerned. Of have you seen our children a Fine Patent tip Button shoes with a Tassel for 50 cts. We Are going to encourage the children we done to care what anybody says e. Parmelee the shoe dealer East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. For desirable lot Ray Street Good location and Good size opposite the residence Henry Bowers Call s. Moore agent. Of Bovi wonder Price $1.00. 8on. Purifies the blood will Lay a foundation in a system constitutionally weak. It is a regularity and stamina. For Sale by Miller amp skin chamberlains Eye and ointment. A certain cure for chronic sore eyes Tetter Salt Rheum scald head old chronic sores fever sores eczema itch Prairie scratches Soro nipples and piles. It is Cooling and soothing. Hundreds cases have been cured by it after All other treatment had failed. It is put up in 25 and 50 cent boxes. For Sale by . Miller amp son druggists. Spring Bros., is the place to bring your produce meats lard Etc. The highest Market Price will be paid. Remember we keep in Stock a full line dry goods notions and groceries. Carpets sold by Sample. Dont forget the place in the Mitchener Block East High Street. 19tf convenient sponge bags Gray Linen Are embroidered with sprays Pink seaweed purple violets buttercups other blossoms. Among the pretty and useful House dresses for this season Are those made White French flannel. They Are made with a Long skirt a Long fitted Basque and full sleeves and Are trimmed with ruching and plantings Pale tinted silk. A Violet girl was a pretty sight in a ballroom the other evening. Her White silk gown had sleeves Violet velvet with the upper part the Corsage com posed entirely violets so cunningly scented with the veritable Violet odor that the illusion was very effective. Almost As much attention is nowadays Given to underwear a6 to outside garments indeed there Are ladies who make a boast that the very finest materials in their entire wardrobe Are put into their undergarments. There is a suggestion aesthetic dainties a in Tho idea that has its pleasant Side. Atchison peculiarities. Subscribe for the times and Farmers Friend two papers for Only $1.00. Good things to eat. cupful milk one heaping cupful flour one egg a Little Salt and sugar butter size a Hook Ory nut. Bake in Gem pans in a Quick oven for Twenty minutes and serve work. Walnut pounds sugar a Pound Walnut meats pounded Fine and one Tea cupful Cream Stew slowly until thick add a teaspoonful butter. Set off the fire when partly Cool form in Little cakes and Lay buttered plates until Farmer. Quickly made imitation custard to three Well beaten eggs two even tablespoonfuls flour three Largo spoonfuls sugar a half teaspoonful Salt a Little Nutmeg and enough Sweet milk to fill a Well buttered Square pie tin. Let it stand five minutes and bake till Light housekeeping. Chows a deep pudding dish with apples Cut in thin slices. Sugar and cinnamon Lemon to sweeten and flavor to taste and a Little water. Cover with a thick crust. Bake until the apples Are tender. Serve with hard sauce. Cut air holes in the crust to allow the steam to free frees. Roll pint Alfted flour one and a half teaspoonful baking powder one Pinch Salt chop into this two tablespoonfuls butter then add milk enough to make a soft dough. Roll out spread with preserves chopped apples and raisins Roll up put in Well floured pudding bag am drop in Kettle boiling water. Bolt steadily for two hours and serve hot i with Ledger. \ butterflies As Kos a. One would not imagine that Butte a flies were a very nourishing article diet yet millions them Are eaten every year by the australian aborigines. They congregate in vast quantities the rocks the dugong mountains and the natives secure them by kindling fires Damp Wood which smoke very much and thus 6uffocat the Little insect. On the Safe Side. Or. Slim Sony Willie did no to you go to the trunk makers yesterday and Tell him to Send around the trunk i ordered Willie yes sir. Or. Slim Sony Well Here is the trunk but no strap. Did no the say anything about the strap Willie yes sir but i told him i guessed you Hadnot better have any . A mistaken inscription. A Friend mine in a Pennsylvania town recently celebrated the Day that rounded the Quarter Century her married life. A number acquaintances presented her with a Large Coffee pot but imagine her Chagrin to see engraved the Salver these words a to mrs.011 the anniversary her�?~25th . Mail and express. _ the walking was bad. On the promenade at Brighton. A we keep step perfectly a murmured Wadleigh. A yes a with a sigh. A Well Darling May i Call you so a i want to ask you to walk with me through a thank you but in be already accepted an invitation to Globe. There Are seven members Al Atchison family and each one drink his Coffee from a cup with his name printed it. The old fashioned woman who asks if her Bonnet is a True a when she wants to know if it is straight lives in Atchison. An Atchison Man is said to have lo1 his Job because the fellow members his Church came around during business hours to consult him. The Atchison girls Are becoming adepts at skating alone. They found out it is the same the ice As in a bal room not enough men to go Atchison Kan Globe. A marvelous machine. Youth Are these bicycles Good speeding dealer Speed Well 1 should say so. I sold one these to a policeman in a new Jersey town and one night when the roads were Good he jumped and went Clear to the end Hie beat and Back before news. Quite allowable. Miss line Ruttay do you think a Man has any excuse for being engaged to four girls at once miss Walton Well when men Are scarce it seems the Only Way to give every girl a topics

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