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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 1, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times y Orlis hid a Ziky thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Beet advertising motion a in the county books Bill Heads poster and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Tour favor Boli Otid. New Philadelphia times. The a a times advertising rate. Spar. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column one ool nmn. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 or. $1 50 $2 50 3 00 $6 00 3 00 6 00 9 00 15 00 4 00 10 00 15 00 25 50 5 00 12 50 25 00 50 00 12 00 30 00 50 00 100 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday june 1, 1893. Number 23. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor myers1 Block second floor North Broadway. 49thr new Philadelphia Tirb will he pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.100 if not paid within three mo�?T8 1.50 46p-remtttances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Nar address All matter intended for publication. To the ticks. Teachers examinations. The Board of examiners of Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination of applicants for teachers certificates As follows during 1892 end �?T93 at new Philadelphia november 26, �?T92 january 28, �?T93 february 25, �?T93 june 17,�?T93 August 26th,�?T93. At canal Dover january 7, �?T93 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 6tn, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 of clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 strangers must furnish testimonials of Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk of the Board a stamped envelope with his address. A11 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 High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. . Pfeifer press to. J. Richardson. Business directory. T r. Joseph f. Fox office Oyer sent sch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day or night. Office hours for diseases of women from 1 to 3 p. May 25-1 y. Re opened. The g1lsey House. Fred. Wenger. Proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. Ii on per Day. »1, furnish. Fine bar and House newly feed stable in connection. 39yl or. S. Vail dentist a blk a in City Block Over Fribley a hardware announcements for office. Hear be democrats. The following Are the announcements of the names of candidates for Lor county office subject to the decision of the democratic county convention to be held in new Philadelphia june 10th, 1893 for clerk of the courts. A. Grib re Goshen township. If. Hill Mill township. Philip Lamneck Salem township. J. F. Milar Goshen township. F. S. Spring Clay township. Joseph Ebright. Dover township. P. Ii. Read Goshen township. Fred ii Al Chen Bach jr., Wayne township. For county treasurer. Jacob Hawk Lawrence township. Thomas Price Dover township. For sheriff. B. 1. Downey Goshen township. Frank Price Wayne township. Cur i St a n Ger her Dover township. Harr y Conrad Mill township. S. B. Ryan Warren township. She lion Dickinson Oxford township. Jacob foe1il, York township. Or. Byron c. Iienddr3hot. _ r�i3 Trsxcx-a.2nr an a. E3xt. Ovrick am rooms Noeth Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. C. Ellis architect. Plans for building of any description executed on Sciort notice. Call on me at no. 48 South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl j r. P. Ii. Sigrist East High Street. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 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 of St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a Tel $2.00 per a y. Heated by steam. Elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl d r. A Gentsch. Philadelphia Ohio. V High office Over Saunders Barber shop West Street. Mer office hours�?9 to 12 m. 2 to 4 p. M., and 7 to 9 p. Residence East 45yi for prosecuting attorney. Leroy Mcgregor Goshen township. Samuel Moore Goshen township. For infirmary director. Elijah Landes Goshen township. Editor of the times please announce my name As a candidate for the office director subject to the decision of the democratic county convention to be held june 10th. . Quigley Washington twp. Editor of the times you will please announce my name As a candidate for the office of prosecuting attorney subject to the will of the democratic county convention. J. T. Mccullough Goshen township. Or. Editor please announce me As a candidate for the nomination for prosecuting attorney of Tuscarawas co., to be decided by the democratic convention june Loti. John d. T. Bold canal Dover. Fellow democrats i am again before you As a candidate for county treasurer thanking you for past favors and on account of sickness 1 cannot make a canvass hoping to see you All at the convention i am yours truly d. P. Mcgregor. The Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially a e to insure your property and pay your less. Do not he deceived by the false re presentations and pit die tons of other Agut. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. R. Iiendek8iiot, adjuster. S Amu Al Moore attorn by 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 my eke a Block 2d floor. Tojin s. Graham actor nov at la a and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite the court House on North Broadway. 47yl Joseph Welty Surveyor and civil business promptly new Engineer. Attended to. Ohio Augustu 1890. 33yl to the dem Cracy of Tuscarawas county i would be pleased to have the nomination for prosecuting attorney at the convention to be held june loth 1893. Should you consider me qualified for and worthy of the same. Very respectfully yours h. Ii. Porter. Editor times please announce my name As a candidate for sheriff subject to the decision of the democratic Vonty convention to be held j Une 10th, ii. Ii. Stocker Salem township. Editor times you will please announce to the democracy of Tuscarawas county that 1 am a candidate for the office of sheriff subject to their win. 11effling, Washington township. Editor of the times please announce my name As a candidate for the office of sheriff. Subject to the will of the democratic county convention to be held june 10th. We. Brown Jefferson township. Mummart personal and general. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. Smith Moore is suffering with a stiff neck. T ii. Booth a a a attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl blacksmithing and repair shop. All kills of Smithing will receive prompt attention. Fl65f"special attention paid to horse a Holg 4srshop in rear of Mitchener a Block East High Street. Jive us a Call. Respectfully l-3m de. Glauser new Philadelphia. 0. John h. Kinsey Leader in goods. 23 w 2 the potato Bug is As Gay and festive As Ever. Overcoats were in demand monday evening. Sandy township will take a vote soon on local option. Harry Pocock of Massillon was in this City tuesday. Thoe. P. Cordray of Canton was in town last thursday. 25 pieces of mandarin Stripe just arrived at Spring Bros. 19tf Geo. W. Sharp has commenced to remodel his residence. Eighty thousand people visited the worlds fair sunday. J. B. Jones of Canton was in town on business monday. Mies Anna Fackler was quite ill last week with sore Throat. John Kron is having the Saloon front painted an Emerald Hue. The Sherman House is undergoing or. E. C. Ryan of new Cumberland is studying Law with j. F. Wilkin. John Carlisle of Del Roy was visiting friends in this City Over Sabbath. Read and profit by the and of the Ohio chemical co., published in this paper. It is a pleasure to quit smoking when you take Hills Chloride of Gold tablets. Farmers you should buy the Princess plow of John Myers new Philadelphia I9tf mrs. John Lee and Little daughter of Dunbar Wisconsin is visiting her Mother mrs. Walter. China is scourged with locusts. The crops Are being destroyed. They think it is a calamity from heaven. Wanted�?500 bushels of potatoes at Spring Bros. Mitchner Block new Philadelphia. 22w2 mis. Chas. Stocksdale and Little daughter of canal Dover visited her sister mrs. Lem Milner monday. Wanted to rent 3 or 4 Small rooms not far from Public Square. No children. Call at times office. Lotf candidates Are around hustling and whipping the Bushes. Of course they All have numerous friends just now. We Are Headquarters for ladies Spring wraps ranging in Price from $2.00, upward. Spring Bros. 19tf the tile works is being painted. Superintendent Connors is having More a a Light thrown upon that institution. Carrollton has gone by act of Council and the four Saloon Are being converted into Storts and other business for Sale several thorough bred English mastiff pups at a very reasonable prices. Address the times office. Thousands of people thank Hills Chloride of Gold tablets for releasing them from the tobacco or opium habit. Or. Chas. Eberhart or. And wife of Texas is spending a month among his people in this City. He has been absent eight years. Farmers Are hustling now a Days planting their Corn. High Waters and the recent Rains went hard against the Spring crops. An abundance of baled Straw is being shipped to the paper null at this place. Loose Straw seems to be a Scarcity through this Section. The finest line of dress goods notions carpets lace and Chi Euvile curtains is found at lowest prices at 23w2 John h. Kinsey a. Harry Stewart of Dennison was indicted last thursday for murder in the second degree. His victim was Emma Mcdonald whom lie charged with interfering in his love affairs with another girl. A few of our musicians and vocalists entertained congressman Richards and wife at their pleasant Home on monday evening. Some excellent music was rendered. Prevents palsy shocks and Bovi sudden deaths cures nervous prostration. Price $1.00. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Of by giving a Bonus of $6,000 and obtaining Stock subscription to the amount of $4,000, Jewett Harrison county will secure an electric Street car Carroll chronicle. The commencement exercises of the new Philadelphia Union schools will take place Friday evening june 2nd 1893. The class consists of eight in the Lattin course and seventeen in the English course. We will give great reductions on Brussels carpets irom this Date As we Are closing them out. Call and see 23w2 John ii. Kinsey. Three lads ranging in age from 17 to 19, were hanged last Friday in Alabama for criminal assault upon a married lady. They expected to go straight to Abrahams bosom. Haye you a Hay loader if not try the Rock Island Hay Rake and loader. It rakes the Hay clean from the Swath. John Myers agent. 19tf in the real estate transfers of the Issue of May 11th, the Transfer of Florence m. Thompson to Harvy Thompson 69 acres should have read $625.00, instead of $300.00. Or. Thompson paid Cash Down. There Are some Fine new Points about the Deerma Binder this year we should like to show the Farmers. Call on e. G. Waltz agent new Philadelphia Ohio. Lots or. J. W. Quigley a very worthy Democrat of Washington township has announced his name this week As a candidate for infirmary director. If nominated he will he elected and will fill the office with credit. The Peoples advocate laments that Dover has lost the nut and Bolt works. We Are glad to know that new Philadelphia is to be favored but a there is Many a slip betwixt the cup and the lips and we await the consummation before we boast to much. 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. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville Kentucky. No Home can be Happy where the Mother suffers from terrible headaches or nervous troubles. Enclose stamp for mrs. Lena Cooper 1534 Lorain St., Cleveland Ohio to Tell you How or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer cured or after she had Given up All Hope of cure. It is sold by or. F. C. Gentsch druggist new Philadelphia Ohio. The numerous bicycle riders of this City should not be allowed upon the sidewalks within a reasonable distance of the Public Square. How Many pedestrians have been knocked sprawling upon the sidewalks by careless riders ladies do not care to go shopping evenings for fear of being injured through the carelessness of bicycle riders. The streets Are Large enough. Hon. Charles Foster sex governor and sex Secretary of the treasurer made an assignment last week for the Benefit of his creditors. It seems he had been to Liberal in helping business enterprises and had Stock in to Many concerns which were cramped financially. The liabilities amount to near a million dollars with assets much less than that amount. Married by Rev. J. B. Rust at the parsonage May 28th, 1893, Harry l. Cramer and Melissa Baldwin both of Midvale Ohio. By Rev. J. B. Rust at the same place May 29th, Andreas Fauser and Sarah Sanford both of this City. By Rev. J. B. Rust at the same place May 30th, 1893, William Hochstetler and Ada l. Cramer both of Midvale Ohio. Or. Thomas p. Cordery of Canton a prominent Railroad contractor and a former citizen of this City was a guest at the Sherman House last thursday. Or. Cordery was Here to put in a bid for the construction of the electric Railroad to Uhrichsville. We know he is a competent Man As he was a successful contractor on the the u. L. Amp w. R. R. And Mady others and we wish him Success in securing the contract on the electric line to he built Here. This Lovely Bud so Young so fair called Home by Early doom just came to show How Sweet a Flower in Paradise could Bloom. Walter son of or. And mrs. Ellsworth Kaiser died at the Home of his grandparents in Phillips Burgh on the evening of May i8th, in the 6th year of his age. The Sweet Little Darling is gone to mansions above in the sky to gaze on the Beautiful throne of him who is seated on High. Gain information. The article plainly shows the feeling of the writer and the language the occupation. If he had the courage to come out Over his True signature and was sincere we we Ould answer him to the Point and give positive evidence of All that we have intimated or if any Democrat wants to know upon what we base our views we will entertain him courteously if he will Call and give him the desired information. We do not claim to be a a political seer a and when the writer of that article sat a that the times first Felt the sight of the party Boss Etc., and that the times first stirred the matter he tells what he knows is not the Case and shows plainly that he is a partisan in the interest of the a Federal now Federal machine does not mean slate nor did the times speak of slate he Well knew that it was current talk Over the county and in this town that Federal deals were but dog made and were charged up in various townships by the citizens of the respective communities Long before the times said anything about it. The writer says it is talked about in a vague Way everywhere. If this interested party will take the pains to watch the movements of applicants for the Many Federal offices and those who held offices under Cleveland before we think he will have sufficient food for his sustenance. Let him talk with the people in the Community which he lives and instead of falsely charging that the times was the originator of the charges and he will find the Field marshals. He says that Here in Goshen township some of the candidates have Over ruled the will of the people and named their delegates. The times does not know to whom he refers but we do know we have not named a single Delegate and have no list. We Only ask what is fair and honest and what is for the Best interest of the township. We Seldom answer parties writing Over fictitious signatures and Trust that or. Lamb will Haye an Eye open on convention Day. Or. J. Davis is a prominent physician of Lewis Cass county Iowa and has been actively engaged in the practice of Medicine at that place for the past thirty five years. On the 26th of May while in Des Moines in route to Chicago he was suddenly taken with an attack of diarrhoea. Having sold chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy for the past seventeen years and knowing its reliability he procured a 25 cent bottle two doses of which completely cured him. The excitement and change of water and diet incident to travelling often produce a diarrhoea. Every one should procure a bottle of this remedy before leaving Home. For Sale by f. C. Miller a Bon new Philadelphia Ohio. Miss Ada Mccormick who has been in attendance at Franklin College the past Winter spent several Days at Home last week. Rev. Mccormick a son from the West is visiting him at present. Grandmother Parrigon one of the oldest of this Section died Friday May 19th, at the Home of her daughter mrs. Merchant in Washington township. Interment took place in West Union cemetery Rey. Humble officiating. Are you insured if not now is the time to provide yourself and family with a bottle of this remedy As an insurance against any serious results from an attack of Bowel complaint during the summer months. It is almost certain to be needed and should be procured at once. No other remedy can take its place or do its Woik. 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son Drugg its new Philadelphia. Ohio. Baltic. Lewis place. For Fine wines liquors ale and Beers give us a Call. In connection we have constantly on hand a j gome neat improvements line line of cigars tobaccos Etc. Boarding by the Day Silt a. Bearding by the ill nagely of u Uhrichsville week $4.00. Give us a Call we will treat you with respect. West High Street opposite m. F. Church respectfully 17-3m Lew 1i0rri3berger, prop. Hannah a place when in need of a warm meal or luncheon give me a Call. I keep on band Choice wines liquors Beers and soft drinks. A big line of cigars can be 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 17-3m Samuel Hanna prop. Notice of appointment. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified As executor of the estate of Isaac Giggle late of Tuscarawas co., deceased. May 25-93-w3 Joseph , executor. Is visiting his parents in this City. Cadi is figuring on water works a much needed improvement. George Roby of Leesville is visiting his sister mrs. Edgerly this City. Sex Secretary of state Fosters liabilities will reach $1,000,000 it is said. W. Ii. Houck of Stillwater was registered at the hotel Sherman Friday. Or. And Frank Heiner of Cleveland we revisiting friends in this City sunday. J. Richardson of Mineral Point was in town a few hours last saturday. W. Wears of Dell Roy was sojourning among his friends Here monday. Prof. Pfeiffer of canal Doyer was in town saturday calling on his Many friends. We announce the name of Joseph Mccullough this week As a candidate for prosecuting attorney. There was misunderstanding about it last week and it was thereby omitted. Or. Mccullough has claims upon the party the same As his competitors and we announce his name As cheerfully As any other candidate. As predicted in the evening news or. Daniel c. Gentsch of Ohio has been appointed assistant medical referee vice or. Goude appointed a clerk of class 2.�?Washington evening news. We Are pleased to know the dr., has secured his Plum. The salary is $2,250 per year. The position is an important one and is quite a compliment to a worthy Soldier. A democratic newspaper publisher in this county used to give prominence to the sentiment that a a it is More important to elect honest men to office than it is that they should be either democrats or republicans. A perhaps the convention soon to assemble might profit by this suggestion. Those expecting to attend the worlds fair at Chicago will do Well to see the agent of the c. L. Amp w. By before arranging for tickets. Very Low rates and the Best of accommodations can be secured. Those desiring Sleeper space can secure it from new Philadelphia through to Chicago at very Low rates. Is train carrying the Sleeper leaves new Philadelphia at 4.41 p. J. W. Mccombs t. A. Would it not be a capital idea for the bit councilmen to Issue an ordinance prohibiting the hitching of horses within a radius of one Block from the Public Square. The stench that arises from the gutters daily is almost foul enough to cause malignant disease at any rate the animals cause much filth and also interfere with passers by. Vicious ones bite people occasionally. We suggest this idea for the betterment of our business streets As Well As for sanitary purposes and believe it should be enforced. What say you councilmen Rev. J. A. Cook of Steubenville delivered the memorial address at the opera House on Sabbath last. The House was crowded to its utmost capacity. Andrew Crawford po9t g. A. R. Was escorted to the opera House by the great Eastern band. There seemed to be More of tie boys who wore the Blue in attendance than usual. Many of them Are halt and bowed with the exposure on the Field. The address was listened to with attention. The band furnished excellent music and mrs. J. Blickens Derfer touched the hearts of All by singing the a better May 30th was celebrated As memo rial Day All Over this Broad a land of the free and the Home of the Brave. The Observance was not More zealous anywhere than in new Philadelphia. The people came in from All directions until the town was alive with patriotic hearts. The procession was Large and attractive. Rev. Cook delivered the address. The music was appreciated by All. May the boys live to enjoy life Many years before it becomes their lot to be thus honoured and May their names be recorded in history and in the memories of Lising generations As the Noble defenders of our country. A special grand jury was called this week to pass upon the cases of the state of Ohio is Harry Moore Alfred Cahill Chas Andrews and a boy by the name of Taylor who were lodged in jail on charge of burglary and larceny. They found a Bill charging Petit Lar Ceny Only. They were arraigned and All plead guilty. Moore being sixteen years of age was sentenced to the workhouse for 30 Days and fined $50 and costs. The other three were remanded to jail to await the decision of the court As to what sentence will Best meet the Case As the boys Are quite Young. Patrick Fox was indicted for shooting with intent to kill Marshall of canal Doyer. He was arraigned yesterday plead guilty and was sentenced to two years in the Penitentiary. The candidate for prosecutor who is telling the Story that Sam Moore was a Republican in Harrison county and turned Over for office is guilty of wilful falsehood As he Well knew that such was not the truth. The same party told the same he in 1887. That fellow is not entitled to consideration when he wilfully lies. We wish it distinctly understood that Sam Moore never voted the Republican ticket nor his father or Grandfather and that he is not a Democrat for a a Revenue Only a but from principle. We will give $50 Reward if any reputable person can be produced from Harrison county who will say that we Ever voted the Republican ticket. We have lived in Tuscarawas county 14 years and edited a democratic paper nearly 8 years and the record shows our democracy. Some fellow Over the signature of a Madam Lamb a sought the columns of the Ohio Democrat in a would be Lamb like Mannert to provoke discussion and a Jooi reception. On last wednesday while mrs. Mccullough and daughter Minnie were out driving along the Tow path of the canal their animal shied at a couple of goats belonging to Erwood a circus. In his gyrations he forced the Carriage with its occupants into the canal. For a moment or two it looked As though they and the horse would be drowned. Simon Hensel and a a Doc Mckenzie responded to their cries for assistance relieved them from their perilous situation. The Carriage was somewhat dam. Aged so much so that they were compelled to borrow one to drive Home. Mrs. Mccullough was caught Between the wheels of the buggy Aud narrowly escaped drowning. Our Normal school is drawing to a close.,quite a number of students from Here and foreign Are in attendance and having Good teachers have done Good work. The teachers Are a. H. Syler and j. E. Miller. The Many friends of or. And mrs. E. K. Kennedy were grieved to learn of their eldest daughters death of Scarlet fever at Carrollton. Little Gussie was an especially promising and Bright child. Jacob Lentz a Young Man from the country died last tuesday of consumption at or. Daniel Liu Ibach a Home. Master Chas. Stephan is visiting his sister mrs. De. Putt at Canton. Miss Jessie Mitzler is now visiting her grandma and uncles at Gibson City Illinois Aud reports to her friends Here that she enjoys the change from the Hills to the Prairies. Mrs. R. S. Barton daughter Bessie and Maudie Zinkon Are visiting friends and Wielat yes at Zanesville. Miss Mary Harris Lizzie Hoffman mrs. Lint mrs. Darnes and Little Bush Lah Darnes Are spending decoration Day at Coshocton. Dick Darnes and and John Zinkon joined the excursion to Columbus last sunday. Miss Bell Berkey is Home from Clia. Grin Falls for a few Days. Or. De. Ill Reich editor of the Dover news was in town monday possibly helping or. Conrad a fix his fences for the convention. H. Shutt is Here making arrangements to move his family to Scio where he is attending school. Our Little town has Long Felt the need of a night Telegraph operator and we Are glad to Harn we have at last been supplied. Or. W. 11. Hoyt agent of the Southern Ohio loan Aud Trust co., is Here organizing a Branch office in our town where our people can borrow Money on easy terms which we feel will add to our towns Prosperity. With the prospective opening up of our Coal mines. We anticipate a Boom within the next year. Or. Joseph t. Mccullough of new Philadelphia was Here monday urging his friends to come out to the convention to secure his nomination for prosecuting attorney. Or. J. T. Bold of Dover was Here on a similar errand last week. Henrietta Ohio evangelical Church lot 9 Strasburg $1300. James d. Balliet to Chas. W. Henderson lot 22 new Philadelphia $250. We. Millington to Caroline Knodel lot 1 new Philadelphia $1050. L. L. Dunlavy to David Taylor $ acre Uhrichsville $2000. Joseph Capels to jul Liam and Lynea Robinson 9 acres Mill $350. Philip Shafer to Jese d. Mitchell part lot 87, Dover $538. We. Mitchell to John Mitchell lot 2 Dover $400. Joseph Welty to Esther Good right lot 18 new Philadelphia $260. Sheriff Adams to Jacob Mast 3 99-100 acres Sugarcreek $450. Rudolph Kapuzky to Gotlieb Yenni lot 9 Strasburg $175. Gotlieb Schweitzer to John Bisegger 100 acres Clay $1,300. T. Ii. Loller to g. T. Flemming lot 18 Dennison $100. The y. C. A. To g. W. Cusick lot 14 Dennison $1400. Sarah e. Amp we. Young to Margaret Fowler lot 4 Dennison $1155. Chas. Slingluff to Jacob Fritz lot 3 Dover $350. Alice amp m. Skeels to John Laffer lot 6 Mineral City $90. Hattie amp t. H. Wilson to c. A. Downs lots 243 Uhrichsville $1130. Gardner amp Johnson to we. West lot 2 Dennison $2p0. A. B. Johnson so heirs to Mary e. A Schlemm lot 16 Uhrichsville $700. Gardner amp Johnson to j. B. Ramage amp Harvey Mccue lot 10 Dennison $250. Edward Meyer to Edwin Weldon lot 23 Dover $375. C. Grimes Tom. C. Homan lot 2 new Philadelphia $275. Casper Singhaus to James Frew lot 1 new Philadelphia $175. Notice to Bridge builders. Something new auditors office Tuscarawas county Ohio. New Philadelphia May 31,1893. The commissioners of Tuscarawas county will receive sealed proposals for the building of an Iron Bridge across the Tuscarawas River and Ohio canal at a. Anal Llover up to 12 of clock m. June 23rd 1393. A Bond or certified Check in sum of 8500 will be required to accompany each bid. Plans Aud specifications now on file in this office the commissioners Reserve the right to reject Auy or All bids. By order of the Board. 23-w-i de. A. Walike auditor. Divorce notice. Homer l Otts whose residence is unknown will take notice that Lucinda c. Dotts his wife has filed her petition no. 4768 in the common pleas court of Tuscarawas county Ohio in which she asks the court to Grant her a divorce upon the grounds of wilful absence for More than three Yoars last past and for Gross neglect of duty she asks the custody of their child and that her name be changed to her Maiden name of Lucinda c Devore. Said Case will be for hearing on and after six weeks from the first publication it Bis notice. V. Ream her attorney. Dated May 29, 1393. 23-wt� miss Ada c. Sweet. Fifty cents is a Small doctor Bill but that is All it will Cost you to cure any Ordinary Case of rheumatism if you use Chamberlain s pain Balm. Try it and you will be surprised at the prompt Relief it affords. The first application will quiet the pain. 60 cent bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists new Philadelphia Ohio. Pressed the Ltd thou. One Day last week while the Little daughter of or. And mrs. Mcclellan Eberhardt was playing about the Yard the child picked up a Glass shirt Button and placed it into one of its nostrils when it made breathing rather difficult. Its strange actions soon attracted its mothers attention when she noticed its hard breathing and continuous picking its nose. The Mother made an examination and found the Little daughter had poked the above mentioned article up its nose. Her attempts to remove the Button proved futile when she summoned or. In undershot to extract the Sam. By its hard struggle for breath the Button had been pulled Back into the nostril site a distance. The physician at one time when making the examination was about to give the Case up when his instrument touched the Button Ana brought it Forth clotted with blood thus it relieved the Little one from dire distress. It seems the child has a strange mama for poking articles into its Mouth nose and ears and the fond parents Are compelled to carefully watch their Little daughter. She has achieved Fame in May a Good pension agent. A name Well known in Chicago is that of Ada c. Sweet pension agent miss sweets Success in connection with government work and positions has earned her the respect and devoted interest of All of her sex who Are interested in the advancement of women. Ada Celeste Sweet was born in the pretty Little Village of Stockbridge wis., february 25, 1852. Iler father was the Well known Gen. B. J. Sweet who was afterwards in command at Camp Douglas. Lbs sweets business training began in her fathers office at the age of sixteen. His right Arm had been disabled obliging him to get some one to assist him in Hia office work so he called in his eldest daughter As private Secretary and assistant she read Law with him and it was the intention that she should become a lawyer and both looked eagerly Forward to the time when they should hang out a sign of a a a. J. Sweet amp daughter but the untimely death of Gen. Sweet in 1874 Cut Short these pleasant dreams. Soon after her fathers death Gen. Grant appointed her United states pension agent for the Northern Illinois District with Headquarters at Chicago. At the opening of the administration of Cleveland miss Sweet was asked to resign by the new United states commissioner of pensions but she appealed to president Cleveland who rescinded the order. September 1, 1885, miss Sweet resigned her position As pension agent to take an advantageous position in new York City. The next year she went to Europe and returning became the literary editor of the Chicago Tribune. In 1888 she opened a claim office la Chicago where she is still prosecuting claims for pensions. One of the Best pieces of work Misa Sweet Ever did and of which she is justly proud was the raising of the Money in 1890 for the first police ambulance. She is a Public spirited worn am always interested in Good things and is now president of the municipal order league which is doing valiant work for the cleaning up of the a Chicago Post. Shoe store Fust High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. Notice to contractors and builders. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned will receive sealed proposals up to the 10th Day of june a. 1393, at 1 of clock p. M., for the erection of a new school House to be finished about the 15th Day of september a. D., 1893, in sub District no. 8, in Jefferson township Tuscarawas county. Ohio. Specifications can he seen at the clerks office of said township. The Board of education reserves the right to reject any or All bids. Proposals of carpenters and stonemasons will be received separately also for materials an labor separately. By order of the Board of education. Mays i Daniski w. Millie. Clerk. Bass Island summer resort will open june 1st. Situated on the Tuscarawas River at the state Danis about 1 \ above Trenton. The Island is about one mile in Quot length with Beautiful grooves Glades and Jungles and is entirely surrounded by the Waters of the Tuscarawas with the two state dams one lying on each Side of the Island which Are known and visited every summer by All lovers of the Rod and line from far and near. Pleasure parties and picnic parties will find this resort unexcelled by any other in the state for boating fishing and bathing there will be a Good restaurant on the grounds with swings Toboggan slide hammocks Etc. Ladies and gentlemen will be treated courteously and receive All available accommodations. The Sale of intoxicating liquors will be prohibited on the grounds fishing tackle and minnows will be kept on hand for Sale also Row boats to hire out. Lafe Edie proprietor. 22w2 Beaver dam. Or. W. Sanders gave his better half a grand Surprise on the 23d ult. He took her to town in the Forenoon and while absent the neighbors took Possession of the House Aud had a bounteous dinner prepared and Many Fine presents ready and at noon As the Good lady returned and entered her door and met the gaze of so Many friends she was so surprised that she dropped her goods on the floor. A grand Good time followed and was enjoyed by All. Among the number present were Levi and b. A. Waltz or. And mrs. Henry Wallick Ana or. And mrs. Daniel s. Temple or. And mrs. James Minnis or. And mrs. F. Wallick and Mcclellan Waltz and Many other friends. A guest. Gilmore. Theo. Morns and family spent Sabbath with Bailey Colley and wife near Birmingham. Miss Nora Gooding is Home from Scio for a few Days. Theo lauding Aud family moved from this place to Dennison on tuesday of last week. They have for years been one of our Foremost families and enjoyed the Confidence and respect of All. The Best wishes of the Community go with them to their new Home. Miss Elva Miller was Home from Gnadenhutten for a few Days last week. Mrs. Chas. Schneider of newcomers town is visiting relatives in town. Miss Barnes of crooked Creek visited mrs. Rachel Rankin Sabbath. Gale Peoples of Uhrichsville called on friends in town sunday. John Fowler who has been in Indiana for the past few months is Home at present. Mrs. Hannah Lanning has returned from a lengthy visit with relatives in Columbiana county. J. R. Zimmerman who runs a cheese factory for or. J. Portman has everything in Apple pie order. Married thursday evening May 25th, 1893, at the residence of mrs. Christian Reusser Maria a. Reusser to Fred. J. Fri Dench in the presence of relatives and friends by Rev. C. O. Klocksin of Vermillion Ohio. After the ceremony was performed there was a bounteous dinner served of which Over a Hundred guests partook. The following presents were received from relatives and friends Jacob Buchs and Anna Reusser a lounge. Mrs. Buchs and family a Bible. Samuel Herrin a clock. Mrs. Anna Reusser a hanging lamp. Or. Weidman a Bedspread. John a Listner a piano lamp. Miss Emma Ladrach a Tablecloth. Or. And mrs. Fred. Portman a set of Silver spoons. Or. Tenny a Silver butter knife. Or. E. Molder a Coffee pot. John Ivr Opp a butter knife. Or. Aud mrs. John Portman a parlor lamp. Or. And mrs. Wittenez Coffee pot Teapot and Tea Kettle. J. R. Zimmerman cake stand. Or. And mrs. And ant Glass Ware. Or. And mrs. Jacob Portman a chamber set. John and Carrie Unger meat Platter. G. Angersbach one Dollar. Wiliiam and Kate Bauman a lamp. William and Edara Slater that Irons. Mrs. Or. Tenny lace curtains. Jacob Renner Robert Wyler and a. Andregg a table cloth. John Aud Catharine Geissendorfe Hammock and Wash Board. Fred and Bertha Decker table cloth. George and Kate Hillberg and John born two towels. Grace Ned and Faith Terry half Doz. Toilet towels. Anna and Lizzie Bauman a table cloth. John Rosa and Lena Bauman a Center table spread. C. Hale and family a lamp. Or. And mrs. Jake Wyttenbach a lamp mat. Eliza Bloch Tetler a Rug after dinner the guests were entertained by vocal and instrumental music conducted by miss Dora Hales Rosa Bauman and Vinnie Volk. Also a few parlor games. After which they departed Foi their Homes wishing the couple a Happy life. One who was there. Transfers of real of state. Geo. Pink Stock to Louis class about 93 acres Lawrence $3,530,56. Sheriff Goeler to Sherman Wright land Fairfield $2700. Sherman Wright to John Hadley land Fairfield $2800. G. R. Fox to John Stoner \ acre Sandy $325. Moody to we Conley lots 10 and 11, Dennison $250. Nellie Francis to John Conner lot 42 Dennison $350. R. F. Gardner to Fred Cappel lot 4 Dennison $300. We. Smith to Mary Smith lots 31, 32 Bolivar $1. Moodey it Auto a. Bier lot 1 Dennison $75. Gotlieb Yenni to the directors of sunday school convention. The annual convention of the Tuscarawas county sunday school association will be held in Uhrichsville june 13th, 14th and 15th. The program comprises a variety of topics and features that will be of interest to every sunday school worker and All interested in the cause should make an Effort to attend. The officers have secured the services of col. Robert Cowden of Dayton Secretary of the United Brethren sunday school Board one of the most efficient and popular instructors in the country in this line of Christian work. He will be ably assisted by some of the leading sunday school workers of Tuscarawas county. The people of the twin cities Are preparing to entertain in a hospitable manner All who attend the Conven Tion from different parts of the county and a general invitation and Wol come is extended. Excursion rates have been secured on the pan handle Road Between Newcomerstown and Uhrichsville from june 13th to 16th, inclusive this will give the people of the various parts of the county an Opportunity to attend the convention at a Yery Low rate of Railroad fare and should insure a Large attendance. We Are preparing for one of the grandest sunday school conventions Ever held in the county let the watchword be passed along the line. W. A. Pittenger Cor. Sec a. Attempted murderer Cap Turl Danton Maurer who assaulted mrs. Jacob Gansen with a piece of Iron some months ago and attempted to Rob was accidentally discovered at Warren Ohio on saturday last lie was arrested and held until marshal Sweany of tins City arrived who brought him Back and lodged him in jail. He will have a hearing to Day thursday. Reasons Why worlds fair visitors should Purchase their tickets Over the Pennsylvania Short line. It is the shortest route and an excellent line in every Way. It furnishes the Best possible accommodations for passengers. It has a reputation for reliability which is beyond question. It runs its through trams into Chi Cago Union passenger station via grand crossing within View of and Only a Short distance from the worlds fair grounds and Stoos them grand crossing for the express purpose of allowing passengers to disembark at that Point enabling them to reach the great columbian exposition and the hotels and boarding houses adjacent thereto in a ride of Only ten minutes by train of Illinois Central Railroad or by electric meet car line fare by either Only five cents. Tickets to Chicago and return Good until october 31st, Are now on Sale at a reduction of Twenty five per cent at All ticket offices of the Pennsylvania snort lines. Your nearest ticket agent of these lines will promptly answer All enquiries for detailed information. A woman veterinary. On of the Best veterinary surgeons in new Orleans is said to be mrs. Everett the wife of a Boss drayman of that City. She began by treating her husbands horses during an influenza epidemic. She had Long been a skilful nurse and noticing that mules and horses suffered just As people do concluded to doctor them in the same Way. The warm blankets and hot applications both external and internal were wonderfully effective so that finally the appreciative animals would actually open their Mouths to take the remedies. After the animals had All recovered mrs. Everett gratified and encouraged by her Suo Cess studied every Book she could find on diseases of horses and mules and their surgical treatment until she could set a broken leg extract a Nail from the Hoof treat cholera influenza and lockjaw for which last disease she is said to have an unfailing cure. She even compounds her own prescriptions if necessity demands. Her husband is now a Rich Man and mrs. Everett takes no pay for her services but does this Beautiful work out of sheer love for opinion. Drunkenness or the liquor habit positively cured by admin uttering or. Haines Golden spec talc. It is manufactured As a powder which can be Given in a Glass of Beer a cup of Coffee or Tea or in food without the knowledge of the patient. It is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy curd whether the patient is a moderate Drinker or n alcoholic wreck. It has been Given in thousands of cases and in every instance a perfect cure Lias followed. It never fails. The system once impregnated with the Ftp Zeilic it becomes an utter impossibility for the liquor appetite to exist. Cures guaranteed. 48 Page Book of particulars free. Address specific co. Pm St., incl Nafi Ohio. 7yi a look at the map the route to be taken by Many visitor to the world fair a pharmacist. Miss Mahegin of Brooklyn is a regularly licensed woman pharmacist and her work at the prescription desk of the drug store in which Bhe is employed is proving an unqualified Success. Miss Mahegin has the same hours the same duties and the same pay that a Man receives for the same services and according to her employer is the Best assistant he has Ever had. The principal objection to the work is the Long hours from eight in the Worning till ten or eleven at night with but one afternoon each week and every alternate sunday off duty but miss Mahegin finds the work so interesting on account of the great variety connected with it that the Long hours pass rapidly. Woman a work. There Are about one Hundred and thirty duly qualified female medical tract toners in the United kingdom. Mibs Mary j. Cuniffe has been postmaster at Las Cruces n. M., for Over ten years and has just been re confirmed. The new mexican says that she has conducted the office in an exemplary manner. Princess Theresa sister of the Prince Regent of Bavaria has been elected to full membership in the bavarian Academy of science. She is the Only woman whose scientific works have won this distinction. Half a million dollars has been presented to Hamburg Germany by Herr von Donner a native of that City to found a woman a Hospital in Honor of the woman physician or. Michelsen to whose skill he believes he is indebted for his wife a recovery from a dangerous illness. Madame j Aga Nadiia the first Hindoo woman to study Medicine in England is nov House physician at the Cama Hospital in Bombay. Another Hindoo woman now we orking in surgeon Square has been granted two years leave of absence from the Hospital at Mysore where she had been we orking with All expenses paid by the Mysore government. The first record of women actors n found in Pepys diary under Date Janu Ary 3, 1080, As follows a by coach to the theater at 3 of clock where was acted the a beggars Bush a and Here for the first time i saw women come upon the stage and which i thought was More to the first English woman to sing in Public we As mrs. Tofts who appeared in 1703. Scientific distinction by women is so Seldom acquired even when deserved that of special interest is the Receil action of the Academy of science in Bavaria in electing a woman to full membership. This Honor has been bestowed upon the Princess Theresa sister of the Prince Regent the Only woman whose scientific works have Beer considered worthy of such recognition. Almost Auy map of the United states shows the location of Pittsburgh Cincinnati Louisville and other Large cities. From each of the three cities draw a straight line to Chicago. The line drawn from Pittsburgh will touch at Salem Alliance Canton Massillon vvoo3ter, Mansfield or Jihuo Bucyrus Lima and Van. Wert Ohio it. Wayne Columbia City Warsaw Plymouth and \ alp8raiso, ind. That from cinc Iupati will traverse a thickly settled portion of the southwestern part of Ohio and run the entire length of Indiana from South East to Northwest touching at Hamilton and Eaton Ohio Richmond Hagerstown new castles Anderson Elwood Kokomo Logansport Winamac Crown Point ind. The line from Louisville will pass through the entire length of the Hoosier state and in its course would touch Columbus Franklin Indianapolis and Logansport. A line drawn from Pittsburgh through Columbus Ohio to Chicago would incline slightly to the southward and would pass through Steubenville Coshocton Newark Urbana and Piqua Ohio Union City Hartford Marion and Logansport ind., Ana run direct from those Points to the if Orlds a fair site. A line from Madison ind., would also pass through Indianapolis and Logansport in its direct course to Chicago. Such lines placed on the map would indicate the routes to the worlds fair described by the Pennsylvania lines which traverse the Poplous portions of Westeren Pennsylvania of to and Indiana leading direct from Pittsburgh the natural Gateway from the East and in a straight course from Cincinnati and Louisville the natural gateways of the South to the worlds fair City. Beginning with april 25th, worlds fair Exon Sion tickets to Chicago will be sold from All ticket stations on the Pennsylvania lines. The going Coupon will be valid from the Day or Purchase until october 30th, and the return Coupon will be Good for return passage up to and including november 5th. The Sale of these tickets will continue daily until october 30th, and will be governed by consistent reductions in fare. Both the going and return coupons will be valid for continuous passage Only. No Stop Over allowed. Any ticket agent of the Pennsylvania lines will cheerfully furnish detailed information regarding rates time of trains Etc. The recent extensive improvements on the Pennsylvania lines fur the event in question make them the desirable thoroughfares to Chicago from the territory traversed by them. The through time from every station is exceptionally fast and the first class train service affords every desired convince for an enjoyable trip. For desirable lot on Ray Street Good location and Good size opposite the residence of Henry Bowers Call on s. Moore agent. Of world fair fax cumin to Chicago via to it it route the 1 Enid Sylvania line. Commencing april 25th, worlds fair excursion tickets to Chicago will be sold from All ticket stations on the Pennsylvania lines. Consistent reductions in fare w ill be made and Sale of tickets will continue daily until october 3oth, inclusive. Return coupons will be valid until november 5th. Any Pennsylvania line ticket agent will furnish details upon application. Bov i wonder Price $1.00. Son. We have two Good lots left yet in Brown and Heindle addition on front Street in West Philadelphia or Allentown. These Lota ar6 situated convenient for men in the Iron Mills or Nail Mill and Are cheap. Call on 8 Moore at times office. Of. Purifies the blood will Lay a foundation in a system constitutionally weak. It is a of regularity and stamina. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp of skin to Oring Dack Colon use Nart sworn faded by acids. Put half done boiled potatoes ii a Steamer till done. Wagon grease will take off warts and protruding moles. If sneezing be induced it will Stop a disagreeable Hiccough. Chamberlain Eye and ointment. A certain cure for chronic sore eyes Tetter Salt Rheum scald head old chronic sores fever sores eczema itch Prairie scratches sore nipples and piles. It is Cooling and soothing. Hundreds of cases have been cured by it after All other treatment had failed. It is put up in. 25 and 50 cent boxes forsake 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 of goods notions and groceries. Carpets sold by Sample. Dont forget the place in the Mitchener Block East High Street. 19tf subscribe for the times and Farmers Friend two papers for Only $1.00,

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