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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 15, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Kexby thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Beet advertising medium in the county books Bill Heads posters and Job printing Evert description done Short notice Toub Vavor 80i.i0itd. New Philadelphia times. The Quot times Quot advertising rates. Spool. 3 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 . Ree laches. Wax inches. $ 1 50 3 00 4 00 5 00 12 00 $ 2 50 6 00 10 00 12 50 30 00 $3 co 9 00 15 00 25 00 50 00 $6 00 15 00 halt column. Do 50 00 100 00 one column. Business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday june 15, 1893. Number 25. Sew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. A Arth new timer will be Pubil sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication. To the times. 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 20, �?T92 january 28, �?T93 february 25, �?T93 june 17, �?T93 August 26tb, �?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 6th, �?T93, examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will to 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 High school room in the respective places. Examiners . E. Beck clerk. . Pfeifer press to. J. Richardson. Business directory. T r. Joseph f. Fox office Over cents clip a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day in fit. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. May 25-Ly. Re opened. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. 41 Ber Bay. Fine bar and House newly 91 us furnished feed stable in connection. 39yl . Ft.j5. Vail dentist personal and general. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. Everybody buys clothing Wanamaker amp Brown. Mrs. Charlie Bartles was in Minerva tuesday. Miss. Eva Tipton Scio is the guest Mies g. Spence. Children a Day will be observed in the lutheran Church next Sabbath. 25 pie Ces manual in Stripe just a if lace in City Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Ii undershot. Fht Siclait office Anu rooms. North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. C. Ellis architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 43 South Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl j r. P. H. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to 10 a. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. 1.7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. Ltd at Spring Bros. Pm . George Dearborn and wife re turned to their Home m Cleveland last week. Mrs. Bron Trout and Little daughter after a very pleasant visit with relatives in our City returned to their Home in Pittsburg monday. Wanted to r it 3 4 Small rooms not far from Public Square. No children. Call at times office. Flt . Hawk is probably the Only candidate in convention that had a United delegation to his support. Farmers you should buy the Princess plow John Myers new Philadelphia I9tf the Huber happen watch works Are closed for vacation to repair. They will be re opened july 10. The Princess plow is the bests Call John Myers new Philadelphia g. 19tf the Mill township de negation did not work together in unison. A House divided against itself can to stand. Miss Hannah Chaney left tuesday evening for her Home m Freeport to sojourn with her parents. For Sale several thorough bred English mastiff pups at a very reasonable prices. Address tin times office. A few Days so p. Ter she rods Jefferson township to upped at John nagely amp sols \ Lani it a Mill with i teen teams Aid Pieh sed the fir his new residence hauling the entire lot at one trip. X Are Headquarters for ladies Spring wraps ranging m Price from 82.00, upward. Spring Bros. 19tf m. V. Kevin it turn u tuesday from a visit at Philadelphia and Washington City. He witnessed the launching the new War vessel Massachusetts. I is clients will find him at his office from this time . The ladies tin first lie formed Church will give a Shooer and an ice Cream and Strawberry festival at the Buchanan resilience Corner fair and fifth streets tuesday evening june 20, the proceeds will be for the Benefit the new Church to be erected this Corner. Mrs. Or. Clark l Josburg who has been visiting her Mother mrs. Waddington in the East end town returned Home sunday evening. While Here her Mother gave a ladies Tea party in Honor the friends mis. and her sister quite a number friends were invited and were highly entertained. Mrs. Clark and her sister have the esteem and Well wishes ail who were present. Haul aug Peml is. Lost $125. Waltz agent new Philadelphia Poi Venetiou. The second ballot several the Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner 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 the Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and pay your loss. Do not be deceived by the lapse representations and predictions other agents. J. Kurtz agent. I. Hendershot adjuster was lost from my pocket Between Black Mills and Public Square. A Liberal re Ward will be Given the finder if returned. Charles f. Wagner. Hon. J. A. Richards and wife left tuesday for Washington City to be gone 2 weeks. We Are under obligations to the de. Of the Tribune for the Aid his convention notes wer e otherwise engage there Are some Fine new Points about the Deering Binder this year should like to show the Farmers. Calf e. G. Ohio. I5t� s. S. Urfer will have a special Sale dress goods thursday and Friday. Home great bargains can be obtained those Days. Every lady should Call and examine the goods. Choice rooms for worlds fair visitors. Private family. All modern coi Iven fences. Ten minutes walk to court House. One Block from Cable. One to two dollars per Day. 84 Dearborn ave Chicago 111. Mrs. L. L. Henderson. On thursday and Friday spacial Sale Days s. S. Urfer will Oiler special bargains in English Cross barred suiting Henriettas whip cords be Galines Fine velours in Best shades. These goods will not be shown until 7 clock thursday morning so that All will have an equal Chance. We were told in 1887 when in the political fight that did not have Money enough to get there. Now Hope that kind Friend sympathies with us for he has passed through a similar experience and found that he did not have enough although he was not stingy. He ought to take matters Mere gracefully than he is doing. Jail arrivals. Tion Lor treasurer first ballot the result would have been quite different. The vote treasurer stood Thomas Price 92, Jacob Hawk 116, d. P. Gregor 17. Hawk having received a majority All the votes cast was declared the nominee. The same ballot determined the result Surveyor. O. H. Hoover 27, Fred Reichenbach 131. Reichenbach receiving the majority was declared the nominee. Many delegates were now disgusted with the secret ballot and a motion was made to dispense with it and fall Tlack to the old system. The majority wanted to see How the new scheme would work and fastened it upon the David Harding Newport this county was lodged in jail monday the charge Petit larceny. He is charged with taking meat to the value 820. The complaint was filed by John l. Hardy. Al Ward Thomas Pike run was arrested the 12th complaint John Hale charging assault with intent to wound. He was lodged in jail monday. Win. Fetters and Emerson Warner Mill township were arrested complaint John Mckee lust week and lodged in jail charged with burglary and larceny. The property taken was a set single buggy harness the same parties Are charged Ith breaking and entering the premises j. J. Riffle Uhrich Sivilie and stealing one set double work harness. Also same parties Are charged with burglary and larceny by 0. Scott. In this Case they had taken a set single harness. Both parties Are in jail. If the charges Are sustained it will Send them to the pen. It seems As though our jail will not stay empty Long. The brightest letters from the worlds fair. The greatest sporting and base Ball reports and the Best summer resort correspondence is to be found in the p1ttsb u re dispatch. S Amuel Moore attorney at a New Pyllu Delphfia 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 Toor. Tohn s. Grai Iam a a attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Joseph Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi. Ohio August if 1390. 33yl t ii. Bootie a a a attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators Aud guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl blacksmithing and repair Slop. Frank Keen and Minnie Swesey. J. W. Reed and Annie m. Parks. Samuel r. Robert and Frances m. Green. Juhn Williams and Catharine Jenkins. Alvin t. Miller and Emma Lemulz. Edward f. Scott and Mary Miles. 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 fourth july Celebration. This year Dover will Excel All former efforts in having a rousing time the fourth. One the interesting features will by the Baiyou ascension by miss Minnie Cassady Scio n. Who will give mid Uii exhibitions followed by a Parachute jump. There Wili also be horse races bicycle races and a game base Ball. Two brass bands have been secured and in the evening there will he a Fine i play lire works. The prizes to be awarded in the bicycle races Are now exhibition at f. L Richardson a jewelry store. Excursion rates All railroads. Burnside Sells the finest steel Spears made at one half less than they can he bought elsewhere. Every pair War ranted. Candidates dropped out but no nominations were made. On the third ballot which was now late at night j. F. Milar was nominated for clerk courts and j. T. Mccullough for prosecuting attorney. The 4th Aud 5th ballots were Takimi without results except dropping a lot candidates. The 6th ballot wound up the convention by nominating b. D. Downey for sheriff and Geo. Crater and g. K. Arthur Tor infirmary directors. It was now after 5 clock sunday morning when the convention adjourned and a very tired lot delegates scattered toward their Homes. Tuscarawas county democracy is not strengthened any by putting the reins in the hands them who sought to drag Down the ticket in 1891. Mrs. Clara Weaver who resided with her husband near Fultonham Licking co drowned herself and two Little children the 10th. Some trivial Domestic disputes Lead her to do the rash act. She left a note the table where the husband found it when lie came from work which gave the reasons for her act. The times recorder Zanesville says that Public morality demands that the worlds fair be kept open sunday. Many people people object because they claim it is immoral to keep it open sunday. The question is what do the people engage in sunday when closed that Public morality demands it be kept open. Such a Large percentage the men today use tobacco in one form other that the practice May be said to be almost Universal. Out 10,000 men not Over 400 will be found who Are free from it while boys not out their teens stand around the streets chewing and smoking with As much gusto As an adult. The evils which follow the use tobacco Are Many and very serious. Few Habi tues will confess the truth until when their system is broken Down and completely wrecked they Are unable to make further concealment. The nerves become shattered sleepless nights impaired eyesight disordered stomach vertigo palpitation the heart Throat trouble facial neuralgia Catarrh and paralysis Are almost certain to follow the excessive use the Weed. It is not uncommon to hear men acknowledge their inability to Reform and thus they Drift along towards an Early grave. Or. Hill a Man great penetration soon discovered this evil and after years patient continuous research and experiments g Ive to the world his celebrated Chloride Gold tablets one the greatest blessings known to modern therapeutics. These tablets Are endorsed by the medical fraternity and prescribed by physicians in their regular practice. They Are a sure cure for the tobacco habit in any lorm and Are pleasant and harmless in their composition. The patient is not required to exercise his will Power but continues his old habits until he rejoices in the discovery that his appetite is gone and he has been rescued from his perilous position. Write to the Ohio chemical co., Lima o., sole manufacturers Hills tablets Call upon your leading druggists. The Republican press is grooming Mckinley for the gubernatorial race m Ohio this fall and possibly for the next presidential race. The spirit their last cause will fail to carry them to Victory in either state nation. What Che democracy in Ohio wants is a clean Man for governor and Ohio will go democratic. Leroy Springer had a formal opening his Park summer resort sunday. It is a Beautiful Shady place and is furnished with a dining Hall swings and amusements various kinds. Being located the River Side makes it a very pleasant place. Good fishing amp a. Several Hundred people spent the afternoon sunday listening to the music the great Eastern band. It is destined to become a popular resort. The Lucky candidates saturdays Battle were Hawk Bolivar for treasurer who made his nomination 2nd ballot. Milar Goshen for clerk courts nominated 3rd ballot. B. I. Downey Goshen for sheriff nominated 5th ballot. J. T. Mccullough Goshen for prosecuting attorney nominated 3rd ballot. Reichenbach Wayne for county Surveyor nominated first ballot Arthur Union and Crater Dover for infirmary directors. The ticket is a Good one and should have the support All democrats. The editor the times was a candidate but fell in the political grave Yard along with Many others. We feel to some extent the pangs disappointment but shall Endeavor to conceal it As much As possible and support the ticket. To use the Slang phrase 11 Are not in it a is Best suited to the occasion and the times will be published at the old stand. Thailand Friendship will be extended to All As usual and assure you that will appreciate any patronage either by subscription advertising Job printing. In pursuance the Resolution act opted by the Convent the following delegates and alternates to the senatorial convention were selected Hon. A. W. Patrick . A. Cheers f. W. Andreas Simon Hinsch Samuel Ridenour Lewis f. Stein Frederick Hau pert Wesley Emerson judge j. Ii. Mitchell John a. Wagner j. A. Sling Luff Edward Helmreich Chas. Hass John g. Neumann David a. Murray Geo. W. Bowers e. A. Walter c. C. Forney h. T. Minis Frederick Graff j. C. Donahey Samuel Minning j. T. Irvine E. Beck Chas. E. Mitchiner Orson Lusk m. H. Willard Jacob Hawk t. J. Forbes Horace Whitcomb Geo. Graham Geo. A. Creel thoma8� Wright g. W. Finney Garrett Bassett Adam Miller g. L. Patterson j. Ii. Clantz Thomas Richardson Hon. D. A. Lam Bright e. B. Westhafer r. T. Benner . E. S. Russell Chas. Lang John Mcgill Geo. Arthur h. Barnhill Frederick Eric Wienbaugh jr., Samuel Moore b. D. Downey James f. Milar John Schwab Hon. F. Ankeny j. Richardson . Fernsell A. Mcconnell . D. Helling. Alternates. Henry Hahn Philip Daniel Maybaugh Carl Hosick f. C. Irvine r. John Russer Jacob Rieker Daniel wherly Sutton Hail Frank s. Mcclelland John a. Re Necker Chas. H. Shout Chas. Guttenson Henry r. Ripley . Leave Good c. Ii. Lebold John Doerschuk Lewis g. Krantz c. Baker a. Ley Chas. Heiter John Gerber a. J. Huffman f. S. Spring Christian Streun Daniel Zimmerman . T. H. Wilson. When had a revolver stuck in his face the other Day with the question have you nerve a lie promptly knocked the Rascal Down remarking a you did it think i took . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer for fun did you ? gives nerve muscle health. 81 bottles at Gentsch a drug store. Uncle Sam May be in it. All kids Smithing will receive prompt attention. Hat special attention paid to horseshoeing. It shop in rear Mitchener a Block East Rich Street. Hive us a Call. Respectfully 18-3111 de. Glusek new Philadelphia 0. Lewis place. For Fine wines. Liquors ale and Beers give us a Call. In connection have constantly hand a Fine line cigars tobaccos Etc. Boarding by the Day 81 00. Boarding by the week $4.00. Give us a Call will treat you with respect West High Street opposite m. E. Church respectfully 17-3m Lew i Horrisberger prop a grateful candidate. 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 be had also. Come and enjoy one after your meals. I also Wili train Colts at a reasonable Price. Done to forget my place in Becky a budding South Broadway new Philadelphia Respectfully 17-3m Samuel Hanna prop. Notice appointment. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified As executor the estate Isaac Ringle late Tuscarawas co. Deceased. May 25-93- Joseph , executor. In the Rush Lus Tiess at our late democratic convention there was not even so much time Hgt to permit a successful candidate to thank the convention for his nomination. I therefore desire to say through the pres that i am truly grateful for my nomination As county Surveyor. For the enthusiastic support Given me at the convention and for that which i now humbly await await and expect at the coming election. I shall owe the part and the people such court by and such service As becomes every Man who holds a Trust at the hands the people. F. Reichenbach . Special Sale Wall paper until july 1, All paper at lots and above will go at Cost. Done to miss this Sale. Ii. E. Burnside. C. L. Amp On account the dedication the College building at Berean the c. L. Amp w., will sell tickets to Elyria and return for 83.40. Tickets Sale june 8, 9 account the Union sunday school meeting the c. L. Amp w., will Seli tickets to Uhrichsville and return for 40ct8, june 13, 14, 15. Of spa attachment notice. A. Ley so co., plaintiffs before ii. Ii. Against i Porter. J. Palvin Stocker f Salem defendant j Caracas co. O. On the 23d Day May a. D. 193, said Justice issued an order attachment in the above action for the sum seventeen dollars and eighty five cents claim and $15.00 probable costs. Said action will be for hearing the 15th Day july a. D. 1893, at 8 clock a. Port Washington 0., june 5th, 1893. June 8, a. Ley amp co. 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. The democracy Tuscarawas county held their annual session saturday and sunday. The delegates assembled about 10-80 and organized by choosing a. W. Patrick chairman. De Helmreich see and s. L. Douglas assistant Sec. The next thing in order was the appointment committees which lasted until the noon hour. In the afternoon the several committees reported. The committee Creden to had three contested cases before it. One from Bucks Oue from Jefferson and one from Mill. The delegation from Bucks holding the credentials was seated afro the Jefferson township one. The contest in Mill resulted in favor the parties contesting. The committee Resolution made report As follows 1st that j. H. Buch Man be endorsed for state senator and that he be granted the privilege selecting his delegates and that they use All honorable Means securing his nomination. 2nd that the Eon mentions hereafter be held alternately at new Philadelphia canal Doyer Uhrichsville and Newcomerstown and to be held at Newcomerstown next year. Also reported in razor secret ballot. A Resolution endorsing the Cleveland administration was also passed. A Resolution was passed endorsing . for appointment the National museum. The resolutions were endorsed by the convention. The committee organization reported in favor retaining the temporary organization. The committee to select delegates to the state convention reported the following names Hon. J. A. D. Richards e. J. Maloy David a Murray Crater Geo. A. Creel j. Ii. Mitchell Fred Kuenzli j. J. Streb Hon. H. Ii. Porter A. Swihart and r. A. Murphy. The committee to elect members the Central committee reported the following ii. H. Scheu Jas. Rosenbury Michael Seibold Harvey Barnhill Thomas Mcadoo tons. Osborne c. C. Fernsel and Alex Henderson. J. A. Slingluff c. E. Mitchener Chas. Ley Geo. Anderson and Jesse. Longshore were selected to count the ballots. A Row voting Booths were placed either Side and a ballot Box Between. A Roll townships was called and the candidates were named without speeches. A motion was made and carried nominating the present incumbents in office j. H. Mitchel probate judge h. T. Minnis recorder and Adam Miller commissioner by acclamation. There being two candidates for infirmary director to nominate it was decided that the candidate receiving the highest number votes should be declared the nominee for the Long term and the second highest candidate for the Short term. The form balloting was a Little after the australian system All names being one ticket and the party for each office to be voted for designated by a Mark to the left the name. The Mill then began to grind. The first ballot was to be Comphie Ontaiy which caught . Prices men napping for they were not expecting a Nomina the collapse the old Ford theatre at Washington which was occupied by the government blotted out the earthly existence 23 persons and wounded Many. Considerable anxiety was Felt Here receipt the Telegram announcing the Accident As several clerks from this county have employment in the departments. Fortunately none from this Section the state was in the building. Carelessness in making an excavation in the basement was the chief cause the Accident. The Republican party takes great Comfort out the fact that Many Banks have failed since the 4th March. They attribute the financial Stringency to the change administration. They forget that financial ruin is not and can not be brought about in 2 3 months and that the business the country was tottering under Harrison a administration and that the Treasury was almost depleted before the democracy had taken control. Two the shining lights the Republican party go Down regardless their wonderful sagacity in the management government a Aff airs. A poor excuse is better than none. The secret ballot and its results Are the chief topics discussion since the convention. The people wanted it and clamoured for it they got it. We opposed it because it is too cumbersome for one Days work. This was clearly proven As the labors the convention were not ended until after 5 clock sunday morning. Another reason Why it is not the proper method it affords a shield for Cut Throat work in delegations where All candidates Are entitled to fair treatment. This convention was noted for treachery in its delegations toward its candidates. The old Way prevents All such cowardly work and not Only that it affords the smaller townships a better Chance to get a share. The result this secret ballot saturday was disastrous to the Small townships As a Rule. Rut then who is to blame for it. They voted it upon themselves and stood by it refusing to have it changed. Now they should stand by the result. Goshen township is not to blame for getting the a Lions a Resolution was passed by the Central committee to go Back to the old system balloting but certain parties were interested in having it to suit their friends and had the matter reconsidered and Lett open so As to induce the secret method. The convention should stand by its offspring. We Hope our patrons will Pardon any Lack news this week for Are somewhat rattled Over the convention and confess that have been derelict. Our reporter failed to get full notes the convention too. If get forgiveness for being in politics this time Promise never to be guilty it again. Transfers real estate. Hiram Williams to Walter Wilkins 1-5 acre Fairfield 850.00 sheriff Adams to a. Bates 80 acres Fairfield 82500.00 sheriff Adams to Charles Heylman 147 acres Salem 88320.00 sheriff Adams to Harmon j. Bond .53 75-100 acres Salem 82100.00 c. V. Gilbert Etal gun to Henry Gil Bert lots 9, 10, 11, 12. Bolivar 8225.00 Philip damning to j. H. Damning land Perry $3000.00 Rose Ann Smiths exc. To Frederick Gurtner 14 acres York $1035.00 d. L. Taylor to Martha Taylor 7"�?~ acres Washington $3030.00 Mary and John d. Jones to Philip Shafer lot 36, Dover $200.00 j. A. Himes the Alice e. Minnis lot 12 new Philadelphia �325.00 . Huston to freling crab tres lots 17,18,1 19, Dennison,$325.00 David Brown to Elmer Brown 2 8-10 acres Mill $280.00 Ida c. Amp r. Baxter to Margaret shoe maker lot 66, Newcomerstown $700.00 Elizabeth and Daniel Opphile to Henry Opphile lot 11, Dennison,$550.00 Geo Cappel to amp Ruth i limbs lot 14, Uhrichsville $800.00 e. A. Parrish to Jas b. Amp Alma f Russell part lots 36, 50, 366, Uhrichsville $150.00 t. Ii. Loller to g. T. Fleming lots Dennison 81100.00 Gardner amp Johnson to G. Gordon lot 2, Dennison $200.00 Milfred Lindsay to h. G. Curly 6 acres Washington $450.00 David Reneker to Alex Reneker 112 acres Goshen $1800.00 j. B. Herron to Lorin e. Amp j. F. Beam 40 acres Mill $1100.00 Barbura Lillick to John Doerschuk lot 99, Shanesy Ile $500.00 p. W. Harber to Sarah a. Auman lot 33, port Washington $375.00 Jos stouts exc. To Edward Seese lot 6, Strasburg �125.00 de Peter to Adam Zimmerman 2 18 100 acres Gnadenhutten �460.00 Daniel l. Miskimen to Isaac Robinson 60-100 acres Oxford $75.00 Maurice Moody to Geo Roberts lot 8, Dennison �150.00 t. A. Parker to a. Stewart lot 10 Uhrichsville $1000.00 Jehu Beltz to c. S. Johnson part lot 232, Uhrichsville $575.00 Harvey t. Pittinger to John Morrison lot 5, Dennison $800.00 j. H. Melany to Frederick Cappel lot 5, Dennison $270.00 Zimmerman Miller . A. Murphy special six weeks Sale. You Are kindly requested to visit our stores during the next six weeks and partake the greatest bargains Ever shown. We done task you to buy at regular prices but think you ought to buy what you can save from 25 to 100 percent from us. Merchants handling Only one line goods can to sell them As cheap As can that a sure. We sell everything and hence can Cut to the Core. We Are working for your interest As Well As ours and want your substantial encouragement. Extra Quality Standard Binder twine 10c. 6 lbs Fine Quality a Rice for 25c. Water White Carbon Oil 7c a gallon. Extra Quality smoking tobacco 10c a la. 50 splendid cigars 50c. 4 pairs 10c seamless socks for 25c. Linen thread 3c a spool. Lancaster apron Gingham 6 c. Pms la per paper. All Wool pants �2.50. 8-Inch heavy Glass fruit dish 19c. Infants Dongola slippers 25c. Dust pans 7c. Chimneys for night lamps 2c. Wood Fibre pails 85c. Flour sifters 8c. Pint ammonia 10c 8-qt. Porcelain lined Kettle 42c. Scrub brushes 5c, 7c? 9c, 10c. 240-lb platform Scales �2.50. Blinds Spring rollers 19c. 121-c Cheviot and Domel shirting 8c. 500-yd. Spool Basting thread 2c. Copperas 2c a la. Hoods Sarsaparilla 85c. Playing cards 3c. Pure soda 3c a la. If interested in our prices see other county papers for further information. These few prices Are a guide to this grand Sale. Done to delay coming. These splendid values melt away quickly. Yours Garver Bros., Strasburg Ohio. Baltic. Notice to Bridge builders auditors office Tuscarawas county Ohio. New Philadelphia May 31,1893. The commissioners Tuscarawas county will receive sealed proposals for the building an Iron Bridge across the Tuscarawas River and Ohio canal at canal Dover up to 12 clock m. June 23rd 139.3. A Bond certified Check in sum $.300 will be required to accompany each bid. Plans and specifications now file in this office. The commissioners Reserve the right to reject any All bids. By order the Board. 2.5- de. A. Walter auditor. Yes divorce notice. Homer Dotts whose residence is unknown will take notice that Lucinda c. Dotts his wife has filed her petition no. 4763 in the common pleas court Tuscarawas county Ohio in which she asks the court to Grant her a divorce upon the grounds wilful absence for More than three Yoars last past and for Gross neglect duty she asks the custody their child and that her name be changed to her Maiden name Lucinda c Devore. Said Case will be for hearing and after six weeks from the first publication this notice. V. Ream her attorney. Dated May 29, 1893. 23- Legal notice. E. Parmelee is Selling still shoes. Still new York june 11.�?a special to the i ivies from the City Mexico says private advices from Nicaragua report that there is grave danger a collision Between the United states marines and the populace. The troops it is stated have landed and thrown up fortifications at Santa be in order to protect the canal company a property. The government Nicaragua will Endeavor to prevent an outbreak but the situation is serious. A new match suitable for signal and other purposes is a Wax taper enclosing in its Wick a very thin wire metallic magnesium which takes fire As soon As the Wax is alight. The Tomb Noah is supposed to lie in the Small town Nakli Chevan the Plain Ararat. The burial place is at one Side the broken Walls an abandoned fortress in the midst a vast Plain which is literally covered with the remains bygone glories. In 1869 the British courts decided that a peer could be made a bankrupt the decision was appealed in the Case the Duke Newcastle to the House lords which Alllred it. In 1371 it was decided that a bankrupt could not sit in the House lords. The British securities at first called exchequer Bills were invented by Montague afterwards Earl Halifax and first issued in 1797 they were really the governments accommodation notes issued in anticipation taxes and being receivable As taxes. At a recent meeting the British Royal society one the members exhibited some curious photographs produced by placing coins medals upon a sensitized plate. An electrical current was turned through the object and a Developer applied to the film when perfect images the objects were obtained. Astonishing. Is the growth Ami hold the tobacco habit. Much has l Een said the curses intemperance the use opiates Etc., while another evil greater because it is More widespread and quiet in its deadly results has been ignored. We have reference to the tobacco habit to which the Public mind is being slowly aroused. Tobacco in any form is injurious. At first it is used sparingly but the desire grows until at length a habit has been formed a demand has been created which can not be thrown off except by the exercise the greatest will Power. The growth this habit is one the alarming developments the age an enterprising individual who lives j in Downing Street Back the residence . Gladstone says that it is the Joy his life to see . And mrs. Gladstone at Tea together. Lie avers that they Are As sociable As two lovers but he asserts in unqualified terms that . Gladstone appears to be the Home ruler. When the survivors the War steamship Sultana which blew up in the Mississippi in 1865, with tie loss Over 1,8u0 lives held their annual reunion at Marysville tenn., a few Days ago James Lawton who was supposed to have been drowned in the disaster appeared much to the Surprise everybody. Saved by a Slipknot. The great democratic county convention Tuscarawas county has passed into history and the ticket put into the Field is conceded to be a Good one although Goshen township gets perhaps More than the Lions share. No doubt the republicans will attack the most vulnerable candidate and make a strenuous Effort to elect their Man. Look out fellow democrats and vote the straight ticket in november. Democracy has been taught that it is possible for republicans to elect their Man. Never in the history the democratic party Tuscarawas county has there been such strife and Conten-t. for delegates to the convention. Why such strenuous efforts should be made the part our people to represent the democracy their respective townships is a query. One our delegates remarked that . Beers put tiie convention in a Hole and left them there and went Home. It seems they were pretty securely holed for it took them ail saturday night to extricate themselves. Monday june 12th, . And mrs. Austin cd rile celebrated their third wedding anniversary and invited a Large number their Young friends to spend the evening with them. An enjoyable time was had games conversation anti refreshments being the most noticeable features May they have Many Happy returns. Miss Lizzie Baker is very sick. We All Hope for her recovery soon. Or. And mrs. J. A. Sylor Are Here to spend the summer with their relatives. Or. Syler is the successful supt. Of the new Berlin o., schools. They Are always welcomed their return biome to Baltic. Last wednesday evening a very pleasant time was had by Nineteen our giri3 at the Homo mis Amanda Rinehart. Mrs. De. Putt Canton spent last week with her parents in this place. Death has claimed As his own mrs . Burris Canton. Mrs. Burris was one our former girls and knew her Best As miss Jennie Wilbour. She has not been married two years and is quite Young which makes it seem doubly sad. Our Normal school closes Friday. An entertainment is to be Given in the evening by the students. Our glee club furnishes some the music. Peggotty. Office the clerk the Village Newcomerstown o., june 14th, 1393 sealed proposals will be received at the above mentioned office until the 15th Day july 1393, at 5 clock p. M., for the Purchase Teu Bonds one thousand dollars each bearing note restart five per cent per annul payable Semi annually and Donds redeemable one in two years. One in three year3. Two in four years. Two in five years. Two in six years. Two in seven years. From the Date issued for condemning straight Ning streets and other general improvements in said Village. Pursuant to an act passed by the general Assembly March 29td, 1s92, authorizing villages not less than i23j population and not. More than 125u to Issue Bonds and provide for the payment the same. Authorizing the Issue the said Bonds which will be sold to the highest and Best bidder but in no Case for less than Par value. Bids should specify the number Bonds bid for the rate Premium uttered the amount and the aggregate amount including accrued interest and Premium which is offered for All the Bonds proposed to he purchased the right is reserved to reject any All bids. Given at the Village Newcomerstown Ohio this 14th Day june 1893. Jun5 25w5 r. F. Baxter clerk. Done to Wear shoes that squeak Wear still shoes buy them Over East Hio a Street buy them e. Par Melee throw those old ones away at any rate Lay them aside. E. Parmelee Sells shoes for men shoes that done to squeak for Only 90 cents. So you see there a 110 Cuse for squeaky shoes. Sex crop conditions. Northern weather during the past week has been favourable for farm work and growth crops. Warm showers were quite general during the first three Days rest week warm and dry. Generally wheat Ami be have Heath d out and look Fine. Wheat in some localities has lodged by heavy Rains and is injured to some extent. Corn and potatoes have been nearly All planted and Are coming up Nie in Aud bring cultivated. Oats Are doing fairly Well but needed rain at close week. Clover is blossoming. All grasses have done Well a Large Hay crop being assured. The larger fruit is dropping badly and will be a Light crop apples very scarce smaller fruit promises a Large yield. Strawberries Are beginning to Ripen. Drunkenness the liquor habit positively cured by administering to it a. Haines Golden spec talc. It is manufactured As a powder which can be Given in a Glass Beer a cup Coffee Tea if food without the knowledge the absolutely harmless a and will a permanent and speedy euro whether lie wreck it Kaiser Lite Drinker n Aletho ii wreck. It has been Given la thousands cases Arne in every instance a perfect euro amp go a a a a a a particulars free. Address Ohio slice 01,sin. L 7sl a look at the the route to be taken by Many visitors to the world s fair Middle week opened showery but closed with warm and fair Westlu r. The Rains in some places were very heavy causing streams to overflow and hooding lowlands. In some localities wheat and Corn Low ground suffered by being washed out. The ground is getting crusty and hard to work in account being soaked by rec it Rains. Corn is not All planted but is it arly so and where up is being cultivated. Cut Worms Are doing some damage. Wheat is heading out Aud Cloyer and potatoes Are Blooming. Oats wheat Clover Timothy Meadows Pas Turs grass and gardens show improved conditions although some exceptions Are noted. Some tobacco has been set. I11 some counties Cloyer Bay is being made is about ready to be Cut. Baric a poor crop. Millet being sown. Fruit prospects not very encouraging. Peaches and quinces will probably be a fair crop. Berries Are 111 Good condition and will be a Large yield. Straw-1, Erric s arc ripening in some counties they Are being picked. Almost any map the United states shows the location Pittsburgh Cincinnati Louisville and other Large Cit each uie three cities draw Les. Excursions in june to Points in Ohio via Pennsylvania lines. Excursion tickets will be sold at reduced round trip rates from ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines in Ohio to the following Points dates mentioned to Canton june 19th and 20th, account Ohio sunday school association Good to return until june 23d. To Springfield june 19th and 20th for the District Epworth league convention. Tickets Good returning until june 23d. To Cincinnati june 25th and 26th, Good to return until july 1st, account Young Peoples society Christian Endeavor. To Cleveland june 28th and 29th, for the International Epworth league convention. Return limit july 3d. You can learn All about these excursions by applying to the nearest Penn Sylvania line ticket agent. It was thrown Over a Serpent s head just in time. The traveler in the uncivilized regions South America has to face Many perils. If he escapes the Savages who Are adroit and bitter enemies if lie can secure water and food and survive the intense heat and believes his expedition has every Chance Success he May die within an hour from the bite a poisonous Serpent says youths companion. Houar in his diary kept during his explorations in the Pilc Mayo delts under a commission from the Argentine government describes an experience which prompted him to eternal vigilance in regard to snakes. Lie was lying in his Hammock the sergeant his guard was asleep under a tree close by. Suddenly he noticed an immense Serpent coiled about the sergeants leg and extending its head toward his Bare Chest. What should he do to Wake the Man meant certain death to him but How to kill the creature attract it away without waking him lie recalled a method capturing the cobra in India. He prepared a Slipknot. By Stealthy almost imperceptible movements he attracted the serpents attention. It turned its head. Then he leaned from his Hammock and with a Long piece grass tickled it gently the Throat. It raised its head. He cast the noose Over it and Drew it tight around the serpents neck. It was not a moment too soon. The sergeant awoke. He fainted with fright but the danger was past. The Slipknot had saved him and a stroke the Saber Cut off the serpents head. Those expecting to attend the worlds fair at Chicago will do Well to Sec the agent the c. L. A 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. Of a Quot i rain carrying the Sleeper leaves new Liila a Iliia at 4.41 p. In. J. W. Mccombs t. A. Reasons Why world s fair visitors should Purchase their tickets Over the Pennsylvania Short line. It is the shortest route Ami 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 trains into Chicago Union passenger station via grand crossing within View and Only a Short d stance from the worlds fair grounds and stops them grand crossing for the express purpose 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 Only urn minutes by train Illinois Central Railroad by electric Greet car line fare by either Only live cents. Tickets to Chicago and return Good until october 31st., Are now 011 Sale at a reduction Twenty five per cent at All ticket ficus the Pennsylvania Short lines. Your nearest ticket agent these lines will promptly answer All enquiries for detailed information. I r. . Davis is a prominent physician Lewis Cass county Iowa and has been actively engaged in the practice Medicine at that place for the past thirty five years. On the 26th May while in Des Moines in route to Chicago he was suddenly taken with an attack 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 which completely cured him. The excitement and change water and diet incident to travelling often produce a diarrhoea. Every one should procure a bottle this remedy before leaving Home. For Sale by f. C. Miller Ison new Philadelphia Southern and Field work was retarded the first three Days the week by heavy Rains Ana then advanced rapidly under fair warm weather. Wheat Rye and Barley Are Iii log Well. Wheat will be ready to Harvest Over some the River counties within ten Days. Oats Are doing finely and Promise Well. Clover is in Blossom and will be harvested generally during the coming week. Potatoes Are in Blossom and being cultivated some Early potatoes Are being Laid by and some Are being dug for Market. Corn planting was pushed and is about completed. The Early Corn is coming up nicely and being cultivated it generally has a Good stand though Short for time year. Tobacco plants were set out rapidly during the Early part week and Are nearly All in the ground in Good condition. Fruit continues to fall the apples pears plums and peaches will be a very Short crop. Strawberries Are Ripe and give generally a Good yield. Raspberries and blackberries Are very promising. A straight line to Chicago. The Lino drawn Inoru Pittsburgh will touch at Salem Alliance Canton Massillon Wooster Mansfield Reihms Bucyrus Lima and Van. Wert Ohio it. Wayne Columbia City Warsaw Plymouth and Valparaiso ind. That from cinc Iupati will traverse thickly settled portion the southwestern part Ohio and run the Ennic length i Indiana from Southeast to Northwest touching at Hamilton and Eaton Ohio Richmond Hagerstown new castles Anderson Elwood Kokomo Logau sport Winamac Crown Point ind. The line from Louis i 1? t pil8s the ankh the entire length Thelio Osier state and m 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 pious. Ohio 1 n inn Iqua Ohio Union a Marion and Logansport ind., and run direct from tuna City Hartford Points to the in Orlds a fair site?1 a Fine from Madison ind., would also pass through Indianapolis and Logan snort in its direct course to Chicago. Such fines placed the map would indicate the routes to the worlds fair described by the Pennsylvania lines which traverse the Poplous portions Westeren Pennsylvania 10 and Indiana leading direct from Pittsburgh the natural Gateway from the East and in a straight course from Cincinnati and Louisville the natural gateways the South to the worlds fair City beginning with april 25th, worlds Rair Exon Sion tickets to Chicago will be sold from All ticket stations the lines. The going Coupon will be valid from the Day Purchase until october 30th, and the return Coupon will be Good for return passage up to and including november 5th. The Sale 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 the Pennsylvania lines will cheerfully furnish detailed information re Garding rates time trains Etc. I he recent extensive improvements the Pennsylvania lines Tor 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 Ray Street Good location and Good size opposite the residence Henry Bowers Call s. Moore agent. Of world fair excursion Techlin via Ite to route the Penn Sylvania line. Reduced rates to Pittsburg via Penn Al Vanir line june and 24tli. Excursion tickets to Pittsburg for the knights St. John Union will be sold from principal ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines june 284 and 24th. Tickets will be Good returning until june 2mh inclusive. For details apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent. A new departure Short line to Chicago commencing May 28, the Cleveland Lorain to Wheeling it. Co will inaugurate a new service from Wheeling Martins ferry Bridgeport Bellaire and intermediate Points to Chicago. A Wagner Palace sleeping car will i. Ave Wheeling train no. 38. At 1.50 p. Central Standard time running through to Chicago via Lake Shore if a arriving at Chicago at 7 35 a. Returning this Sleeper will leave Chicago at 7.45 p. M., reaching Wheeling at 1.50 p. Train no. 36 leaving Wheeling at 5. 10 a. Central Standard time connects at Elyria with Lake Shore no. 5, reaching Toledo at 1.55 p. Chicago at 9 p. Returning leave Chicago at ii.30 p. M., arrive at Wheeling at 7.45 p. Sleeping car Pace can he secured by application to agents c. . . Worlds fair tickets now Sale at lowest rates Standard time leave new Philadelphia 8.31 a. M., and 4.41 p. Leave Chicago at 7.45 p. M., and 11.30 p. Arrive Chicago 9.00 p. M., and 7.45 a. Arrive new Philadelphia at 10.57 a. M., and 4.55 p. W. Ii. Woodford general mgr. C. S. Belknap travelling pass at. J. E. Terry g. F. Amp p. A. The c. L. Amp R., has put a Sleeper that leaves Wheeling at 1-50 p. M., arrives at new Philadelphia 4-41 p. M., and will arrive in Chicago 7-35 a. They make two through trains for Chis ago and two through trains for Cleveland daily. 25w3 commencing april 25th, worlds fair excursion tickets to Chicago will be sold from All ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines. Consistent reductions 111 fare will be made and Sale tickets will continue daily until october 3otb, inclusive. Return coupons will be valid until november 5th. Any Pennsylvania line ticket agent will furnish details upon application. Bovi wonder Price $1.00. Son. Purifies the blood will Lay a foundation in a system constitutionally weak. It is a regularity and stamina. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp skin chamberlains Eye and ointment. A certain cure for chronic sore Eye Ltd Tetter Salt ii Heum 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. Forsake by . Miller amp son druggists. Ring Bros., is the place to bring your produce meats lard Etc. The highest Market Price .Li be paid. Remember 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 subscribe for the times and Farmers Friend two papers for Only $1.00. To Detroit at reduced round trip rates via Pennsylvania line. On june 18th and 19th excursion tickets will be sold from principal ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines to Detroit account the meeting the benevolent and protective order elks. The return Coupon will be valid until june 24th. Any desired information can be obtained from your nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent

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