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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 22, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times publi8hi1 text thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising med Jim in the county do oks Bill Heads posters and Job printing Ery description done Short notice. Youb Vayor solicits. New Philadelphia times the a times Quot advertising rates. Saoi. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. To 50 3 00 4 00 5 00 12 00 3 to. 6 to. 1 . $ 2 50 13 00 $600 6 00 9 00 15 00 10 00 15 00 25 50 12 50 25 00 50 00 30 00 50 00 Ioe 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday june 22, 1893. Number 26. New . Samuel Moore editor and proprietor my Ord Block second floor North Broadway. Ortii new pm Ladelphia Timm will be published every thursday m nine in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.�1.00 in not paid within three mob remittances should be sent by draft. Registered letter Posto Floe order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Teachers Kraml nations. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers Certitil eates As follows during 1892 and �?T93 at new Philadelphia november 26, �?T92 january 28, �?T93 february 25,�?T98 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 6th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiner Are Well acquainted. Before entering the Elass 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 be d in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. . Pfeifer press to. J. Richardson. Business directory. Personal and general. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. D r. Joseph f. Fox office Orer uen Tseh s drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day in amp it. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. U. May 25-Ly. opened. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. On per Day. i us Furui Shet Fine bar Aud House newly feed stable in connection. 39yl . . Vail dentist office in City Bloch Ever Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Hendershot. A a a x7sicza.1t . Stro-3e<�2it. Ovona an rooms. North Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 17-1-y c. C. Ellis . Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Callen me at no. 43 South Broadway new Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl j r. P. H. Sigrist East highs treat. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to 10 a. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. In. 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. Rate 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 your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other agents. J. Kurtz agent. I. Hendershot adjuster. S Amuel Moore attorn by at Law. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care to Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Myx re a Block 2d floor. Joseph Welty Surveyor and civil business promptly new Phil Delphi Engineer. Attended to. Ohio August 14.1890. 33yl t h. Booth a a a a attorney at la w. 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. Ail kinds Smithing will receive prompt attention. F8tspeeial attention paid to horseshoeing. 49shop in rear met Chenery a Block East Hilgh Street. Give us a Call. Respectfully. 18-3m de. Glauser new Philadelphia Lewis place. For line wines. Liquors ale Aud Beers give us a Call. In connection we have constantly hand a Fine line Cigar tobaccos Etc. Boarding by the Day 81.00. Boarding by the week $4.00. Give us a Call we will treat you with respect. Weet High Street opposite E. Church respectfully 17-sm Lew i10rri8berger, prop Hannah a place when in need a warm meal luncheon give me a Call. I keep hand Choice wines liquor Beers and soft drinks. A big line Cigar 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 17-8m Samuel Hanna prop. Those expecting to attend the worlds fair at Chicago will do Well to see the agent the c. L. Amp w. 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. A train carrying the Sleeper leaves new Philadelphia at 4.41 p. J. W. Mccombs t. A desirable lots for Sale i have a Large number lots North Broadway and North sixth Street in Oak Park addition new Phidel phia Ohio at Low prices easy terms for 60 Days will give special induce ments. John a. Himes agent. 26tf everybody buys clothing Wanamaker amp Brown. Miss Carrie Niles is Laid up with the measles. Adam Gintz will take in the worlds pair next week. Burnside a is the cheapest place to buy Fine works. 26 w2 we Caldwell Pittsburgh spent Sabbath in this City. Hon. D. A. Lambright gave our Sanctum a Call monday. Mies Lou Wells has returned from a pleasant visit in Dennison. 25 pie Ces mandarin Stripe just arrived at Spring Bros. 19tf the Little daughter Milt. Brown near town is very ill measles. We noticed . George Johnson Uhric Havill our streets to Day. A new Short line Railroad a to be built from Denver to san Francisco. The finest line dress goods in the City is kept at John h. Kinsey a. Miss Maggie Wasserfallen left for Pittsburgh monday to visit her aunt. Miss Estella Landes left for Columbus thursday a visit with her brother. The Princess plow is the Best a Call John Myers new Philadelphia 19tf the Street car co., is putting in a switch West fair Street so As to run 4 cars. The Home John Parr was made Happy tuesday by the arrival a Fine boy. Wheat has tumbled in Price again. We notice that flour does not keep Pace with it. Is. And mrs. Geo. D. Kohr were among our callers at the times Olifice tuesday. Or. Barrett and miss Lulu Pyle Dennison were guests . Wells Sabbath. The copious Rains thursday night came just in time to keep the Corn growing. Farmers you should buy the Princess plow John Myers new Phila Adelphia 19tf mrs. C. J. Stanford and daughter have gone to Ravenna o., for several weeks visit. John w. Burry Cleveland has been visiting his people Here in this City for a few Days. Miss Myrtle Stoody left tuesday for Waynesburg to spend a few Days with her sister Cora. It is Well to know that you can save Money by buying your dry goods at John h. Kinsey a. For sale�?8everal thorough bred English mastiff pups at a very reasonable prices. Address the times office. Miss Inez Savidge North Broadway has returned from Bethleham College for the vacation. Miss Mattie Marsh left tuesday for Scio where she will visit relatives and friends for a few weeks. We have been informed that . B. D. Downey has sold his livery Stock to Chas. Nicholas the confectioner. Mrs. W. A. Korns and kiss Emma Welty went to flashing Belmont coo., tuesday to spend a couple weeks. We will sell Brussels carpets at great bargains As we Are closing them out. Call and see. John h. Kinsey. Married by Rev. J. C. Kreech in new Philadelphia o., . John Cotter Manana miss Elizabeth Behler june 14. We Are Headquarters for ladies Spring wraps ranging in Price from i52.00, upward. Spring Bros. 19tf . Robert Lyle and sister Mary . Bert Carnahan and sister Viola Dennison were in new Philadelphia wednesday last. Married by Rev. J. C. Kresach in new Philadelphia j., . Ferdinand h. Gentsch and miss Elizabeth l. Mcmurray june 15. Have 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 a widow is one who has buried her husband a grass widow is one who has simply mislaid . Louis Globe. Burnside Sells the finest steel Spears made at one half less than they can be bought elsewhere. Every pair warranted. Special Sale Wall paper until july i All paper at 15cts and above will go at Cost. Done to miss this Sale. H. E. Burnside. An ice Cream and Strawberry festival will be held at the u. B. Church thursday evening for the Benefit the Church All Are invited. Messes. Chas Eberhart Reese Eber Hart and Samuel Miller returned from the worlds fair sunday. They speak in High terms everything. We Hope that our patrons will remember us when they come to their taxes. We have tax to too As Well As Large expense Bills. The Adam Stocker farm 108 acres situated near port Washington was sold at sheriff Sale saturday for $8025.00. The buildings Cost More than that sum. A Polander who Laboured at the pipe works was overcome with heat yester Day while at work and died in the evening. The funeral took place to Day wednesday. Aaron Jackson will give one his popular dances at the new platform Barnhill o., july 4th. One the features is a grand prize to the Best Waltzing couple. There Are some Fine new Points about the Deering Binder this year we should like to show the Farmers. Call e. G. Waltz agent new Philadelphia Ohio. I5ts mrs. Emma c. Brown wife Frank Brown gosh an died saturday eve Ning dropsy aged 44 years. She was buried monday morning at Goshen Hill cemetery. She was a highly respected lady and leaves a husband and 6 children one whom is but 3 months old. Or. John Wagner Carson City Nevada is the guest his brother A. Wagner near canal Dover. Or. Wagner is a Hale looking Man and Well to do. loan twelve Hundred dollars at 7 per cent first mortgage farm address Call at times office Long loan if desired. 26w4 a fellow by the name Dell fell from a new building that is being constructed in Allen town and was badly bruised last week. No Bones were broken although he fell through two stories into the basement. Wanted at once a one reliable Man in each town in Tuscarawas county to furnish me the names parties who intend visiting the worlds fair. Easy work Good . Address John h. Hoelzer Dundee Tuscarawas county Ohio. 26 w 2 the brain and nerves constitute a Telegraph system by which every movement the body is directed. Or. The eur a nerve Vitah Zer keeps in repair insuring perfect health. $1 bottles at Gentsch a drug store. S. S. Urfer one our leading dry goods merchants went tuesday morning to Pittsburgh to buy some summer goods. He will no doubt have some bargains to other in a few Days. He was accompanied by his better half. Mill township proved to be the most progressive one in the convention. It is said that in the night when the delegates had partly left they filled the delegation with republicans and voted them. Jacob Foehl should turn Oyer his Banner to Mill township. The newspapers seem to hold . Beers responsible for the secret ballot. He is not to blame As he Only formulated the method procedure after the people were determined to have the secret ballot. Let the blame go where it belongs. The old Way Yiva Voce is the Best after All. Lizzie Borden who is charged with killing her father and step Mother at their Home in Massachusetts will soon know her Fate As the trial has ended except the argument. The general opinion is that she will go free. The evidence is conflicting. Gov. Mckinley Souid his a a a ouse in shape if he expects to be re elected this fall. His servants Are an untrustworthy set. They Are not Only Honey combing the Penitentiary to get out but the party healers Are practising the same methods the state Treasury. Margaret Collins aged 17 years 3 months Aud 21 Days daughter Isaac Collins residing about Miles Norfi town died saturday Throat trouble. She was buried monday at Somer Dale. It is sad that one so Young should be called away. E. B. Mcnamee Cadiz was nominated the Republican ticket for probate judge. He is a Yonng Man and Well qualified to fill the office. Judge Lemon has filled that office for Many years and was an Excell 3ut Aad accommodating officer. We congratulate our Friend Mcnamee. Elvin amp Van Strain a new Brick Block in Dennison came near being destroyed by fire last Friday night. The fire started in the hardware store w. J. Anderson and is supposed to have originated from a gasoline explosion. The loss is heavy the Stock As hardware is soon ruined when water is turned . Considerable damage was done to the building. 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., distiller Louisville Kentucky. Many persons in this Vicinity will re Joice to know that drunkenness mor Phine and tobacco habit can be cured at Home and without any Effort the part the patient. Read the Large advertisement the Ohio chemical co., in Titia Issue. They Are Selling a guaranteed cure for $1.00. Their tablets Are for sate by All first class druggists. Or. C. E. Mitchner has at last secured the Street railway franchise from the town Uhrichsville. The entire line is now secure. A surveying party is at work the line and unless some unforeseen obstacle arises the Road will be built this season. Our people As Well As Uhrichsville will rejoice when that convenience travel Between the two towns has been placed at their service. Or. Lewis Dover has gone to Chi Cago to attend the worlds fair. Last saturday he shipped his horses and Carriage so As to be prepared to enjoy the stay in the City. Tuesday he and his family went and will make their Headquarters at the grand Pacific. His medical practice will be in charge his Nephew . G. B. Lewis. This hot weather sets hard us Defeated candidates. We have not Money enough left to go to some Mountain resort Lake Side and the doodling delegates and Saloon keepers Are not willing to make a a cd Ivy with us now that their Harvest is gathered. We need the Benefit Mckinley a protective Tariff a a awful bad a just now. We had the pleasure . John h. Hoelzer Dundee tues Day. He represents the Chicago rent ing Agency a meritorious association which application furnishes rooms and lodging to worlds fair visitors. Or. Hoelzer is an honorable and upright Young Man and a resident Dundee. His Agency is reliable and can furnish quarters at very reasonable rates. No required in Advance either. We can heartily recommend . Hoelzer As an upright business Man. Owing to a change one the larg est Eastern jobbing houses and forming a Stock company they Are Selling All their goods at a sacrifice. We have taken advantage this Sale and Are now Able to offer you Tine French Henriettas whip cords be Galines in All the leading shades at 79c, former Price $1.00, also Tine pattern sifts at $5.00, and $8.00. These suits sold fron 8 to $15.00, in All the popular shades. All persons interested who can not visit our store please write for samples. All mail orders promptly attended to. S. S. Urfer. The Carroll chronicle says that Wool starts off in Carrollton at 25 cts the same Price that it was last year in starting. The chronicle is the opinion that it will be hard the Republican editors As they had fixed the Price at 20 cts. We Elliott who is serving a life sentence in the Ohio Penitentiary for murdering Osborne is about to succumb to the deadly effects vitriol thrown in his face by a fellow prisoner who was engaged in a plot to Tunnel out the pen. Elliott gave the scheme away to the officials hence the attack Elliott. Rishforth a Rose Cream. The Queen skin tonics. Good Bye pimples blotches sunburns and Sun freckles Rose Cream removes them All causing the skin to be Clear soft and Beautiful. Rose Cream is sold its merits. Every bottle we sell testifies for itself and every customer is our reference. If you want a Clear and Beautiful complexion Rose Cream will give it to you. Rose Cream is pure and As harmless As milk guaranteed not to impart the skin if used a life time. Jno. W. Kinsey North West Cor. Of Public Square Geu. Agent for new Phil a 26w4 Harriage permits. Gilmore. Lewis Ridenbaugh and Elvira Schrie Der. Nathaniel Smith and Eliz a Davis. De Michel and Mary Dougherty. Frederick f. Grafe and Ida Kendel. We r. Puruey and Lillie sinner Man. Chistian Stetler and Weinma Geyer. John w. Moho and May l. Carnes. John gear and Eliza Miller. Was keyed the scaffold. Mack Berkshire and family Western pa., Are visiting relatives Here at present. Miss Rose Mccormick is spending Pait other vacation with her sister mrs. Dickerson Malta Mrs. Chas. Timmons Cadiz is visiting her parents Phineas Fawcett and wife this place at present. Prof. E. E. Fowler and wife Uhrichsville Are visiting the formers parents d. N. Fowler and wife. Or. And mrs. Joseph Morris spent Sabbath with John Garver and sister in Law miss Becky Morris. Miss Annie Jones new Philadelphia Aad miss Jane Burrell port Washington were guests the commercial House last week. Theo. Lanning and family spent Sabbath in Gilmore. We Are always glad to Welcome them Back. Al Manson Curby and wife visited at the residence Josiah Curby sunday. Mrs. Hannah Lanning was called to Columbiana co., again by the serious illness her sister mrs. James Boals. Quite a pleasant Surprise party was tendered Robert Morris jr., thursday evening last week by numerous relatives it being the anniversary his birth. They Leport an extremely enjoyable tune. During the electrical disturbances saturday evening last quite an amount damage was done in various parts the country. One Bolt descended and passing through the roof C. Robinsons Blacksmith shop proceeded to scatter things in its was prostrated Aud his work Flung out the Vise. Luckily no serious damage was done. Bitter Sweet. Rhea 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 amp 8on new Philadelphia Washington letter. From our regular correspondent. Wasny to in it. Seeker a you know Buggins Jourse yes Well did you know he had lately taken to horseback Riding a a pastime Sagemann yes i saw him in the act this morning. Seeker How does he appear in the Saddle Sageman a say. When he passed the House he Wasny to in the sad a die enough i to give me a Chance to courier. Pittsburg tex., june 12.�?harry Graham coloured was hanged in the presence several thousand people saturday afternoon for the murder Constable Ledbetter last december. Graham grew so weak the scaffold from right that the officers had to hold him to adjust the rope. He made a rambling speech for nearly half an hour and wanted still More time but the sheriff gave the signal and the trap Tell. Jail arrivals. Made the stabs and stripes Robert me Cool Dennison was lodged in jail monday the charge threat Niue to kill Samuel a. Auld. Harry Edwards who was charged with Bastardy and who jumped his Bond was arrested in Canton monday and brought Back to this Cit it and lodged in jail. His Bondsman is Happy Over the capture. Asbery Norris port Washington was arrested and lodged in jail monday for assault Aud Battery upon his wife Elizabeth. New cases in court. George Johnson is Mack Linden Etal judgement co Novit. Catharine Wolf is \ John c. Wolf. I divorce. Ellen Baird is Abe l. Baird. Divorce. John Custer is James me Mullen civil action reviver judgement. Peter Welt amp co., is Catharine Baker attachment. Transfers real estate. Frederick Cappel to Mary e. Murphy lot 5, Dennison. $285,00 Frank d. Dawson to Jas Metcalf lot 25, Uhrichsville. $175.00 Noah Troyer to we Shutt pts lots 16,517, 25-100 acre Lowville. $400.00 Lewis p. Myers to we Mclean strip land Goshen. $1250.00 Philip Shafer to Homer Mccoy it lot j05, Dover. $453.44 Jesse 8. Deardorff to we h. Amp Heater Coslet 19-100 acres Dover. $150. John Vanhorn to Allen Harstine 154 acres Salem. $6468.00 Frederick Starn to Thos Sargent lot 33, new Philadelphia. $400.00 Frederick Glauser to r. C. Wood Etal lot 9, new Philadelphia. $150.00 Richard Powleson to Elizabeth h. Gentsch 1-100 acres new Philadelphia. $1.00 Elizabeth Criswell to John is user 1$ acres Goshen. $1125.00 Mary e. &.jasm. Black to John reus ser $ acre Goshen. $375.00 Elizabeth a. Amp Jos q. Meech w j lot 2, Uhrichsville. $800.00 Jacob Hoverland to Robert Pherson 257 89-100 acres Wayne and Franklin $1700.00 Hattie amp t. H. Wilson to P. Ferrell lot 244, Uhrichsville. $800.00 w m Mclean to Lewis p. Myers 3-10 acre Dover. $250.00 Thos Scott to Jas b. Amp Jos c. Scott about 140 acres Goshen. $10,000.00 we Adrian to Louis amp Cora e. Lineberger it Iota 160,170, Uhrichsville $1400.00 Jacob f. Fritz to Gottfried shined 50 acres Dover. $1300.00 Mary amp Samuel Scott to John a. Jackson it lots 274, 275, Uhrichsville. $400.00 Robert Hanna to Samuel Eslick 36-100 acres Dennison. $2400.00 Sarah e. Ginther to Geo w. Car Mack strip land Uhrichsville. $1050.00 Leonidas Mckee to Maria b. Ritz Etal lot 3, Dennison. $500.00 s. S. Stiffy to duma8c& Hebron lot 2 Dennison. $1800.00 we lawyers heirs to Alexander Cunningham lots 7, 8, Dennison. $900.00 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 trains into Chicago Union passenger station via grand crossing within View and Only a Short distance 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 ten minutes by train Illinois Central Railroad by electric Street car line fare by either Only five cents. Tickets to Chicago and return Good until october 31st, Are now Sale at a reduction Twenty five per cent at All ticket offices the Pennsylvania Short lines. Your nearest ticket agent these lines will promptly answer All enquiries for detailed information. A Tussy Ronsy Brave was decorated in Philadelphia wednesday Juno 14, one the most inter Sig the ceremonies Flag Day w As observed in Philadelphia pa., june 14, 1893. Betsey Ross who made the first Flag the nation As it was afterwards adopted. The grave this woman is in a neglected lot in mount Moriah cemetery. The lot is enclosed by an old Iron Fence and within is an Oid fashioned Stone bearing this inscription a in memory .John Claypool who died Angust 3, 1817, aged 65 years. Also Elizabeth Claypoole died january 30, 1836, aged 84 years. Also James Campion died february 14, 1836, aged 26 years. The Elizabeth Claypoole who is buried there in widow Betsey Ross who some years after she had made a a old glory married John Claypoole who went to War and fought under the Flag his future wife had first fashioned. This is the third resting place the body Betsey Ross. Taken from her original Tomb in the Spring 1856, shortly after mount Moriah cemetery had been opened her ashes were at first re interred the Eastern slops the Philadelphia portion the grounds. Here however there was Little room for sight seers and the Trees overhead guarded the grave almost too closely to make it a frequented spot so the late senator Connell gave a plot in a More sunny part and took care it for Many years. A handle her tenderly the said the venerable Cain a a that san important work you re doing. That woman made the first american year ago when members Post 5, g. A. R., went to the cemetery memorial Day to decorate the Graves their dead comrades they regularly paid a visit to the resting place Betsey Ross and placed a Flag and Flowers upon it. About ten years ago for some reason the grave was slighted and since then it is said it has been left unnoticed. All around it As far As the Eye can reach May be seen the fluttering stars and stripes placed other Graves but above the body her who gave it semblance no Trace one can be seen. General George Washington in 1777, called upon mrs. Ross at her Little shop Arch Street below third which is still standing in nearly the same form As then and asked her to make a Flag according to the design furnished by him. He suggested beside the red and White stripes 13 six pointed stars representing the original states. Mrs. Ross suggested that the stars be five pointed Aud carried her Point by illustrating How easy it was to make one by a single Cut the scissors. The Flag made by her was adopted by Congress june 14. Fourth july Celebration. This year Dover will Excel All former efforts in having a rousing time the fourth. One the interesting features will he the Baloon ascension by miss Minnie Cassady Scio n. Y., who will give mid Aii exhibitions followed by a Parachute jump. There will also be horse races bicycle races and a game base Ball. Two brass bands have been secured and in the evening there will be a Fine display fire works. The prizes to be awarded in the bicycle races Are now exhibition at f. L Richardson a jewelry store. Excursion rates All railroads. Excursion in june to Point in Ohio via Ponnay Vania line. 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. Or. J. 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 Diar president Cleveland is deeply interested in the efforts that Are being made to ascertain if the carelessness any person was responsible for the horrible tragedy in Fords old theatre which killed 11 and injured sixty Odd clerks in the records and pensions office the War , although he has wisely refrained from taking any action that might be considered As interfering with the property constitute d authorities now engaged in that task. Great pressure is being brought to Bear him to suspend remove col. Ainsworth the army officer who is at the head that office and upon whom a great Many people Are disposed to place the blame but . Cleveland a idea fair play is such Attiat it is not probable that lie will take any action until there is More tangible evidence col. Ainsworth a guilt than Public clamor Tor making him a Scapegoat. If he be guilty surely that fact can hardly escape the coroners jury now investigating and the army court inquiry which will take the matter up at the close the inquest. The improvement in the financial situation has been very marked during the last few Days and Treasury officials and others who keep close watch financial affairs believe that the turn has come in the flow Gold abroad Aud that the situation will continue to improve. It is certain that the Gold in the Treasury is again increasing at a Gratifying rate and that there is at present no demand for Gold for shipment abroad. Secretary Morton expresses the opinion that from now our be eals will take the place the Gold which we have been shiping to Europe and the fact that the Large amount Gold which the rothschilds contracted to furnish Austria has All been delivered is also thought to have been a Factor in causing a cessation in the european demand for Gold. The government has lost in actual Cash according to Secretary Carlisles figures in carrying out the provisions the Sherman Silver Law nearly $11, 000, 000, representing the difference Between the amount paid for the Silver now stored in the Treasury vaults and its present Selling Price. If it really had to be sold at once the loss would probably be much greater because the further depreciation in Price that would follow such a Large Quality Silver the Market. Among the consular appointments made this week was that Bennington r. Bedle new Jersey to be Consul at Sheffield England in place Benjamin Folsom resigned. Or. Folsom who has held the position since his appointment Early in the first Cleveland administration is a Cousin mrs. Cleveland a and As a Cousin Ben he figured in All the Republican papers As proof that president Cleveland was not in Earnest when he declared himself opposed to nepotism. Wonder what those same Fellows will say now that . Folsom has voluntarily resigned the Chanci 8 Are that they will ignore it entirely and say nothing. Secretary Carlisle has in one respect a Long Lead All the other Heads departments. Since taking charge the Treasury he has replaced More than 200 Republican officials outside the classified service with Good democrats. Democratic congressmen after a hard and stubborn flight have succeeded in convincing postmaster general Bissell that his Rule against the removal Republican Fourt class postmasters who have served four years More unless charges Are filed against them is a bad one and it will be recalled and All republicans who have been in office four years More will be replaced by democrats just As fast As they can be got at in . Maxwells office. A letter received by . Cleveland this week furnishes conclusive proof if proof were needed the Wisdom the establishment in the pension Bureau a Board revision the sole duty which is to go Over All the pen Sions that have been granted under the Law 1890 and determine whether they were granted in accordance w Ith a proper construction that Law. The writer this letter . J. Burnett is an sex employee the office who voluntarily resigned during the last administration becjtu8e he could not conscientiously take part in carrying out a aural a methods. He tells the president a Large number pensions Ille gaily granted and gives names dates and the numbers the applications so that his statements May be easily verified. He says that thousands pensions have been illegally granted and that they Are not confined to cases in which the Law was wrongfully construed but include an enormous number granted in direct violation Law. Or Burnett concludes by expressing the belief that at least $50,000,000 a year can be saved by a thorough and rigid purging and revision the pension Rolls. Does no to refer to College boy. Lies an agnostic my dear is one who knows nothing. She i see. You refer to the youth fresh from College. He rather i should say one who does not claim to know anything. She a then course i am wrong. No you cannot mean the youth fresh from transcript. Only one. Merchant i shall Advance your salary fifty dollars this year. You have been remarkably Correct and careful for the past twelve months. Haven to made a single mistake have you bookkeeper Only one. Merchant what was that bookkeeper i thought 1 should get a raise a Hundred at . Keeping a diary. Have commenced keeping a she i diary. He i have been keeping one for ten years. She How Lovely. Do you write something in it every Day he no hardly. I keep it in the Bottom my trunk where it can to worry free press. A Blunder Buss. A truth. A preliminary to Charity. A Mamma a said Little Willie a i cannot Tell a lie i took that pie to feed a poor Little starving a my Darling child a said his Mother a and did the poor Little fellow eat it a a a not a. You see i find any starving boy to give it to so i had to eat it m3�?Tself.�?��?Chicago news record. Whort did the rest do t . Beasley Julia what did you do with that ten Dollar Bill 1 gave you awhile ago mrs. Beasley i used it for that Box cigars i gave to you. Or. B. Who Lias been smoking one a he my Well what became the other nine dollars and a half a jury. Too suspicious. Member salvation army to stranger incoming train a my Friend Are you aware that in this great City Uncle Josh from Puth Creek a Ston right where you Are Young Man i read the papers i do by gosh and you can to play no Bunko games me git a Chicago Tribune. It was for the machine. A heard about old hard Cash a trouble with his wife a a no what was it a a she found a memorandum Reading a ribbon for typewriter in his pocket last week and Ilar Cash has been at work Ever since trying to truth. Eminently practical. Bagley they say Young Bent married miss Cashley for a joke. Miss braces but she had Money Hadnot she Bagley . Yes it was what you might Call a practical life. _ a damaged swear off. Judge before you Are sworn id like to ask you if you Lave Ever taken an oath before witness i swore off from tobacco and whisky the first the year but it ought not to sittings. The test love. St. Clair As delicately As possible a How much is your father Worth Geraldine a Little Over two Mil Lions. St. Claire heavens i love you mors than i thought i . New name for snor lug. A my wife and i suffer from alternate a alternate insomnia what is that?1 a whichever gets to sleep first keeps the other awake All Globe. A is no to papa a a yes my boy. A Well does it pole where All Young people. A funny idea. There a fish called skate come from the North the ice is a a harpers not acquainted. The venue Are you fond Bellea letters the chump Belle letters done to know. Never met news record. Notice to Bridge builders auditors office Tuscarawas county Ohio. New Philadelphia May 31.1893. The commissioners Tuscarawas county will receive sealed proposals for the an Iron Bridge across the Tuscarawas River and Ohio canal at canal Dover up to 12 clock June 23rd 1893. A Bond certified Check in Sura $500 will be required to accompany each bid. Plans and specifications now Lile in this office. The commissioners Reserve the right to reject any All bids. By order the Board. 23-w4 de. A. Walter auditor. Divorce notice. Isomer Dotts whose residence is unknown will take notice that Lucinda c. Dotts his wife has filed her petition no. 4768 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 ill be for hearing and after six weeks from the first publication this notice. V. Ream her attorney. Dated May 29,1893. 23-w6 Sale roads. Office the clerk the Village Newcomerstown 0. June 14th, 1s93 sealed proposals will be received at the above mentioned office until the 15th Day july 1893, at 5 clock p. M., for the Purchase ten Bonds one thousand dollars each bearing interest at five per cent per annul payable Semi annually and Bonds redeemable one in two years. One in three years. Two in four years. Two in fire 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 29th, 1892, authorizing villages net less than 1230 population and not More than 1250 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 value. Bids should specify the number Bonds bid for the rate Premium offered the amount Aud the aggregate amount including accrued interest and Premium which is offered for All the Bonds proposed to be purchased the right is reserved to reject any All bids. Given at the Village Newcomerstown Ohio this 14th Day june 1893. Jun 15 25w5 r. F. Baxter clerk. Public Sale. The Board education Goshen township will offer at Public Sale saturday july 1st, 1893, at 2 clock .,at the school House in sub. District no. 5, the school House situate in said District no. 5. Terms made known Day Sale. By order Board education gushes township 26w2 go. F. William twp. Clerk. Notice to builders. The building committee the German reformed Church new Philadelphia Ohio will receive bids for the erection a Church edifice for the whole in part u it to six clock p. A july 3rd, 1893, at John Eckert s shoe store in said town were plans and specifications can be seen. Jolln Kaderly 26w2 chairman committee. Legal notice. J. Custer. J. L. Custer and f. W. Custer late court common pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio. Civil act James Mcmullan John Tipper Peter Hurley. Thomas wag staff J. Bail. De. Burns and w1111 am Harris whose several residences Are in partners in the name Custer Brothers ply offs is James Mcmullan it als def to. Known to the plaintiffs but who Are believed to be non residents the state Ohio and e. J. Moore residing in the City Wichita in the state Kansas will take notice that the 16th Day june 1893, the plaintiffs began a civil action against them and others in the above named court to recover a judgment for the sum $343.50, with interest from june 18th. 1887, upon an account stated at said Date and costs and that said cause is now pending in said court and will be reached and called for trial and judgment in said court in its regular order trial upon the trial docket said court. 1893, june 16th. 26wt5 11. Barnhill. Atty for ply offs. Rush up to e. Melees shoe store without delay. His 10th Semi annual Clearing tip Sale has begun and the earliest purchaser catches the fattest bargain. Crossett a Fine #5.00 Kangaroo lace and coughs shoes for men now #2.50. All those solid sewed Congress Worth #1.50 now 85 cents. Ladies Fine #4.00 hand turns now #2.75. Ladies Fine #3.50 Dongola Button now #2,50. Big lot menus single pairs Worth from #3.00 to #4.00, now 2.00. A e have altogether too Many Good things to Tell you about in such a Little Corner As this hut come in and we will do our Best to please you. E. Parmelee the shoe dealer East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. Drunkenness the liquor habit Post Lively cured let a . Haines Golden Spect tic. It is manufactured As a powder which can be Ives in a Glass Beer a no give in a Glass Beer a cup Coffee Tea. Orff . Without the knowledge the patient. It is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker n alcoholic wreck it has been Given in thousands cases and in every instance a perfect cure a amp a followed. It never fails the system once impregnated with the pc Pectic it becomes an utter impossibility for the liquor to exist. Cures guaranteed. Appetite a particulars free Golden specific co. St Ohio. Addres Cincinnati 7yl a look at the map a the route to be taken by Many visitors to the worlds fair almost any map the United states shows the location Pittsburgh Cincinnati Louisville and other Large Cit its. Prom each tiie three cities draw a straight line to Chicago. The line drawn trom Pittsburgh will touch at Balem Alliance Canton attachment notice. A. Ley a co., plaintiffs \ before 11. Ii. _ against f a a Porter Palvin Stocker j Salem to. Tus defendant j Caracas co. 0. On the 23d Day May a. D. 1893, 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 loth Day july. A. D. 1803. At 8 clock a. In. Port Washington 0., june 5th. 1803. June 8, w3 a. Ley 3c co. Got there i ate. He took her to the matinee and they were two hours late because she went Back fourteen times to put her hat straight judge. No place for him. Stranger is there a Good opening to r an undertaker in this place citizens no sir. The Only doctor in the town is going to move away this life. A Houser. Daughter wha do you think papa Harry kissed me last night. Papa urn i think he enjoyed it from the Way it echoed along the Halls. A Detroit free press. Holly etude. Mother your Little sister has been sulling you the sled for the last half our. Why done to you pull her Little Johnny in a afraid Shell catch news. His Post graduate course. She Are you going abroad to Complete your education he not much going to marry to Complete . One the exceptions. A i Tell you Marbury you can to get something for nothing in this a ooh i done to know. How about measles a a jury. An amiable defender. Clara i wonder if Dickey Bangs Ever thinks Bella certainly. He thinks he thinks. A life. All above Board. Often in cards you la find out the playing is not Fajr. But chess and checkers always a re played upon the Square. A Brooklyn life. His last plea. Reduced rates to Pittsburg via Pennsylvania lines june Slid and 24th. Excursion tickets to Pittsburg for the knights St. John Union will be sold from principal ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines june 23d and 24th. Tickets will be Good returning until june 28th inclusive. For details apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent. The Farmer and the newspaper Man Many men think newspaper men Are persistent runners. By Way comparison let us suppose that a Farmer raises 1000 bushels wheat a year and Sells this to 1000 persons in All parts the country a great portion them saying a i will hand you a Dollar in a Short the Farmer does not want to be Small and says All right. Boon the 1000 bushels Are gone and he has nothing to show for it and he then realizes he has fooled away his whole crop and its value to him is due him in a thousand Little triblets consequently he is seriously embarrassed in his business because his debtors each owing him one Dollar treat it As a Small matter and think it would not help much. Continue this kind business year in and year out As the publisher does How Long would he stand it a moments thought will convince anyone that a publisher has care for persistent labor Tribune. A new departure Short line to Chicago commencing May 28, the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling k. Co will inaugurate a new service from Wheeling Martins pm Erry Bridgeport Bellaire and intermediate Points to Chicago. A Wagner Palace sleeping car will leave Wheeling train no. 38. At 1.50 p. Central Standard time running through to Chicago via Lake Shore Ray 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. 30 leaving Wheeling at 5. 40 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 11.30 p. M., arrive at Wheeling at 7.45 p. Sleeping car space can be 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 . Arrive new Philadelphia at 10.57 a. M., and 4.55 p. W. Woodford general mgr. C. S. Belknap travelling a E. Terry g. F. Amp p. A. Cinc Iupati will traverse a thickly settled portion the southwestern part Ohio Aud run the Enid re length Indiana from Southeast 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 the Hoosier state and 111 its course would touch Golumbus Franklin Indianapolis and Logansport. A Lin drawn from Pittsburgh through Columbus Ohio to Chicago would incline slightly to the southward Aud would pass through Steubenville Coshocton Newark Urbana and Piqua Ohio Union City Hartford Marion and Logansport ind., and run direct from those Points to the it 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 the map would indie Ite the routes to the worlds fair described by the Pennsylvania lines which traverse the Poplous portions Wester ii Pennsylvania 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 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 the Pennsylvania 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 regarding rates time trains Etc. The 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 Henry Bowers polite the residence Call s. Moore agent. Of worlds fair excursions the Chicago via Best route the Pennsylvania lines. Escaped convict say Boss let me Ifo will yer ill be late to me game Edge. The typewriter lunch. Mary Hod a Little Lamb and s piece Apple pie and got a Check for fifty cents which she considered High. Commencing april 25th, worlds fair excursion tickets to Chicago will be sold from All ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines. Consistent reductions in fare will be made and Sale tickets will continue daily until october 3oth, inclusive. Return coupons will he 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 eyes totter Salt Rheum scald head old chronic sores fever sores eczema itch Prairie scratches Soro nipples and piles. It is Cooling and soothing. Hundreds cases have been cured by it after All other treatment had failed it is put up a 25 and 50 cent boxes forsake by . Miller amp son druggists. At. The c. L. Amp w. 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 Chicago and two through trains for Cleveland daily. 25w3 National Holiday excursion rates Over Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway the occasion our National Holiday july 4th, 1893, the Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway will sell excursion tickets from All stations july 3d, and 4th, at half rates with tickets Good up to and including july 5th, 1893. Spring Bros., is the place to bring Yout produce meats lard Etc. The highest Market Price will be paid. Remember we keep in Stock a full line dry goods notions and groceries. Carpets sold by Sample. Dont forget the place in the Mitchener Block East High Street. 19tf subscribe for the times and Farmers Friend two papers for Only $1.00. To Detroit at reduced round trip rate 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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