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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 28, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Rei4ember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume in. New Philadelphia Ohio thursday june 28, 1894. Number 27. Local melange. Absolutely pure baking powder a Cream tartar baking1 powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Street new ticket. For auditor Edgar a. Walter Goshen township. For county commissioner Adam Stocker Salem township. For infirmary director George Crater. Dover township. For Coroner Joseph h. Hostetler Dover township comment a fellow in the North part the county was advised a couple years ago that Brandy was a sure cure for tooth ache. Today he has not a tooth in his head. He said it took about three Barrells to Knock his Teeth out. The assassination president Carnot France saturday evening last Calls for the severest condemnation All nations. The dastardly deed was done by an italian. Speedy Justice should be melted out to him. Carnot was a Good Man and a made a Good president. It is reported that a Large number Nebraska Farmers Are abandoning their farms owing to the continued drought. Crops in a Large portion the state Are a dead failure and the ground has the appearance As if Burnt Over by fire. The wheat crop promises a Good yield and May Force the Price Down a Little below the present prices. The republicans in that event can blame it the democratic party and a Tariff that would be As consistent As the present charge to the Price wheat. As when Nellie Grant Sartoris marries she will forfeit an annual in come $25,000. It will take a very Good husband to be Worth a salary like . Record. It would have been More than $25,000 a year in peace mind to Nellie Grant if she had never married the English snob. However her next matrimonial venture will he an american. The action the american railway Union in convention at Chicago endorsing and pledging itself to support the Peoples party in its platform and its candidates presents a complicated View the political situation throughout the country. The Union if True to its pledges can change the political complexion the country when added to the other labor organizations that Are Likely to to follow. Capt hell the East Liverpool crisis has received his Pardon. He should not have been sent to the Penitentiary at All. He defended his Home and shot the intruder but the Laws the country Are such that any marauder can forcibly enter a Many a Home do As he pleases and if shot killed the owner must take the consequences As did capt. Bell. We Are pleased to note his release and wish him better Success in the future. _ two thirds the new York City Davies Are controlled by foreign influence. The proprietors the Herald world times and a number other periodicals live almost entirely in Europe and Are thoroughly indoctrinated with european life and interests. The love for american citizens and its institutions Are a As a hungry Fox to a Nice fat Chicken. American Freedom is a myth its institutions and people Are held in bondage by foreign capitalist backed by element who control the press. Stephen b. Elkins w. Va., the Leader the republicans in that state at the state convention the 19th inst., made a speech in favor Silver. The platform also favored Silver and the placing a High per capita tax immigration. Republican politicians when they see a Point favourable with the masses they a go after our party Lias always been Wise enough to see the right but have had so Many traitors in their Camp that they were sure to a a scuttle the old democratic ship before she could cast Anchor. Will the democratic leaders quarrel until the republicans have stolen the last Plank in their platform ? coming events. Republican county convention at new Philadelphia August 4th. Ohio state teachers association at Delaware july 10, 11 and 12. National educational association at Asbury Park a j., july 6-13. State convention Christian Endeavor at Youngstown july 9-11. Epworth league convention new Philadelphia District at Flushing August 29 and 30. The Tuscarawas county society Christian Endeavor will hold their convention at Newcomerstown August 28th and 29th. The Eastern Ohio conference the m. Church will Convene at Warren september 10th. Last wednesday afternoon five men entered a Field the farm Samuel Baxter near mechanics town Carroll county caught a Fine Black horse and made their escape with the animal before an alarm could be raised. The authorities Are searching the country in Hopes catching the daring thieves. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. The melancholy Days Are he they seem a Perfet dream but the time at last has come when we must for the ice Cream Job printing at the times office. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker go to Burnside a and buy a Nice Hammock. Or. Jesse Spence spent Sabbath with Home friends. Mrs. Gimlin Rosemond 111., is visiting friends in this county. Miss Cora English is visiting her friends in Canton this week. Ralph Hendershot went to Leroy sunday to visit his parents. Burnside a Bazaar will be Headquarters for fireworks this year. Mrs. Marie Knisely visited her sister mrs. Lizzie Zellner monday. Mrs. P. H. Olmstead is visiting her brother prof. Gilmore Canfield A. Catlett Wellsville is a visitor to new Philadelphia this week Arther Brown Cambridge paid a business trip to this City monday. Miss Anna Mitchner made a visit to friends in Massillon last week. For a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m mrs Peter Fahrney this City is visiting friends in Orville this week. Miss Eunice Janes Ann Arbor Michigan is listing relatives in this City. A a mrs Virginia frilly washing Tont . Is Here visiting friends in this City. Mrs. Ella Fribley hop Dale is a visit with her father Henry l. Custer. Mrs. John Kuhn Columbus is visiting with her father John Miler near town. Or. A Kurtz and miss Allie Galbraith Trenton were in the City monday. I. B. Ludwig took a trip to the Northern part the state a couple Days last week. Prof. W. H. Maurer Emporia kan., is visiting his brother prof g. C. Maurer. At. Raiff and wife Are at Coshocton this week visiting t heir son David rail. Chas. Mcllvain has completed his College course at Columbus and is now at Home. Mrs. Arnold spent a few Days with her parents. Or. And mrs. Of Donnell this City. Mrs. Che Fry Owens and daughter returned to the their Home in Bedford monday. Monford i. Custer this City up opt a pleasant week with old friends at Delaware. Mrs. Hattie Cunningham and daughter Jennie Are at Antrim this state visiting friends. Miss Amy Seifert Pine Grove a visiting Friend in this City and is the guest d. B. Ludwig. Miss Ruth Hoffman has returned Home from Detroit. Mich., where she has been attending school. Mrs. Alice Cook Nashville Tennessee visited relatives in this City the past week. Mrs. Nora Greenawald new York is visiting her Mother mrs. D. L. Gudgen this City. The Minerva news people have Pur based the entire outfit the defunct Waynesburg Hustler. Mrs. Sophia Waddington this City is visiting her daughter mrs. Anna Clark at Leesville. Mrs. I. W. Crowl and mrs. Lizzie do comb Minerva Are the guests Robert Dennison this week. Miss Jessie Thompson and usher Hanlon Coshocton were the guests miss Laura Hanlon High St. Mrs Alice Cook Nashville tenn., is visiting relatives and friends in this City and canal Dover mrs. J. H. Booth gave a very pleasant Tea party in Honor mrs. Alien1 Carrollton last Friday evening. Miss Josephine Barnes Wooster is visiting at the residence prof. G. C. Maurer East High Street. Mrs. Silas merchant has gone to spend a couple months with friends at her old Home in new Jersey. John Tipton wife and baby Helen Indianapolis Are visiting their parents . And mrs. Of Donnell at present. L. P. Gallagher Pittsburg pa., spent sunday with his wife and family at the residence h. L. Custer. Samuel e. Jones new Philadelphia is visiting his sister mrs. C. S. Rogers at suburban Mineral Pointer. On july 4th, the Post office will be open in the morning until 9 . And in the evening Between the hours 6 and 7. Dan a Wyss p. M. Secure a bargain in shirt waists at Spring Bros. Amp Holzwarth. They Are Selling them at less than half Price. 26-2 a How to study the life Jesus a will be the subject the morning discourse at the u. B. Church next Sabbath by the pastor e. V. Cole. See the summer suiting at David Maurera a w. Hight St. 18-3m a Young Man named Christian Streiner employed by . Downey Barber at Uhrichsville was drowned in the big Stillwater near Dennison Friday evening last. Mrs. Hettie Cunningham and daughter new Philadelphia were the guests Robert Stewart and wife last week. They Are now in Antrim press. S. S. Urfer has purchased the grocery a Tore c. Gunning amp co., and will run it in connection with his dry goods House. Invoice is now being taken. Two coloured individuals filled up thoroughly with a Bug juice a a came near amusing a crowd with a Fristic entertainment West High Street Friday night. They were More Cus sin than fight. Or. J. A. Spence Pittsburgh Speet sunday last with friends in this City. Mrs. Rebecca Ramsey Harrison co., is visiting relatives in canal Dover and new Phila this week. John Whitver and wife Walnut 111., Are the guests we. Carnahan and wife East this City. All the miners in this Region have gone to work those Pike run Friday and at Goshen monday. Shantu Milar came in from Pittsburgh to remain Over sunday. W. W. Milar Akron was also Here at the same time. Married at the presbyterian parsonage in this City june 26. 1894, by . Kreusch John Ficks to miss Anna Eliza Ashbaugh. Both this county. There will be a joint Sabbath school picnic july 4th near Camp Midvale by the United Brethren Sabbath schools new Philadelphia Barnhill and Dennison. A the masonic order this City gave a picnic at the Park West town which was an enjoyable affair. Good music refreshments and other amusements were the order the Day. The y. P. S. C. E., the u. B. Church will give a Raspberry and ice Cream social next saturday evening at the Home miss May Christy East High Street. The second meeting the Goshen township sunday school Union will be held in the m. Church new Philadelphia next Sabbath at 2 p. M. An excellent program has been arranged. Everybody invited. Mrs Orson Lusk gave a pleasant party to her sunday school class last wednesday night. The affair was quite an enjoyable one and the scholars feel very Gratifying to thus be remembered by this estimable lady. Little Myrtle Milner entertained in handsome style Friday evening last about 30 her Little girlfriends in Honor her 13th birth Day. She was the recipient Many Nice presents. A Happy time was enjoyed by the Little ladies. J. C. Holzwarth the firm Spring Bros and Holzwarth went to Cleveland this week to attend a special Sale summer goods. Look out for some rare bargains his return. Be sure and Call and see them. The times family was highly entertained one night last week by the string band composed Mclelland Everhard Grant Hurst and the Reardon Bros. They Are first class musicians. Come again boys. Spring Bros. Amp Holzwarth Are closing out a Fine line shirt waists at less than half Price. You want to Call at once. 26-2 democratic convention. When you go to Strasburg and want a Good Square meal go to the hotel a. H. Smith. His rates Are reasonable. Good feed barn in connection. Or. Smith is a very Clever gentleman and will look to your wants in every respect. Good rooms and Good table will always lie found. The barn Schweitzer at Uhrichsville was totally destroyed by fire monday night about 12 clock. Three valuable horses and the entire contents were consumed. The cause the fire is supposed to be incendiary nature. There was an insurance which is said will nearly cover the loss. Postal notes will not be issued after july 1, 1894. The fees Money orders have been reduced. Fees will be As follows orders not exceeding $ 2.50 3 cents from $ 2,50 to 5.00 5 cents 4� 5.00 to 10.00 8 cents 44 10.00 to 20.00 10 cents 44 20.00 to 30.00 12 cents 44 30.00 to 40.00 15 cents 44 40.00 to 50.00 18 cents a 4 50. X to 60.00 20 cents 44 60.00 to 75.go 25 cents 44 75.00 to 1 k .00 30 cents Daniel Wyss p. M. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remain unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by july 9, 1894. James b. Rogers Peter c. Smith Fred Forney Fred a Lielman Geo. Brame Maud Adams mrs. Silas Wece mrs. Anna Smith mrs. T. M. Maloney Franz Skrebetz. Please say a a advertised when asking for above. D. Wyss p. M. Trouble brewing. There is a Case Here in which the society prevention cruelty to children could get in their work to a Good advantage. It has been reported Toust hatan eighteen months old child is being unmercifully beat by its inhuman parents and that the neighbors for some distance around can hear the agonizing shrieks the child and blows administered to the helpless Little one. A sentiment is prevailing to take the brutal couple out and give them a taste the Medicine they so lavishly bestow their offspring. This brutal treatment should be stopped and that at once. We have the names the parties and give this As a warning. Base Ball. The games Ball at the athletic grounds Friday and saturday were fairly Well attended a Good crowd saturday. The game Friday was won by the real estates by an error by the eclipse the score standing 10 to 9. The boys played As though they had very Little interest in the game. The game saturday had More life in it. Britton for the real estates struck out 9 men while the eclipse struck out 1. There were Many errors both sides the end the fourth innings it was evident that the real estates had the game won. Several three baggers were made which brought Forth much applause. Some Fine double plays were made. The last game was quite interesting but rather one sided. The score was 22 to 7 in favor the real estates. The Canton boys were travelling by Road with their own team and camping outfit. Everything itt Harmony and a Good ticket selected. Pursuant to the Call the democratic executive committee Tuscarawas county the democracy the county met at Newcomerstown thursday june 21, 1894. The convention was opened at 10 30 . By . Finney Dennison chairman the democratic executive committee calling the convention to order. Judge H. Mitchell was chosen temporary chairman. He made a keen cutting speech then called for the business the Day. John Jurgens was chosen Secretary s. J. Haupert and m. H. Willard assistants. H. H. Porter was chosen vice president. The temporary organization being now perfect w. R. Ureter delivered the address Welcome in behalf the Beautiful Village Newcomerstown. A motion was then made by H. Benfer that the temporary organization be made permanent which carried unanimous. The committees credentials rules order business and resolutions were then appointed by selecting a member from each voting precinct in the county. When the convention was asked to select a committee to name select an executive committee for the ensuing year Hon. Francis Ankeny offered a Resolution which we failed to get a copy . Or. Ankeny a Resolution was voted Down and a committee one from each township was chosen to select an executive committee 9 members with an advisory committee 1 from each precinct. A committee was then selected to name delegates to the state convention. The motion T. Mccullough to endorse judge H. Mitchell for circuit judge and to allow him to select his own delegates brought Forth some opposition to the latter clause. Hon. G. B. Smith moved to Amend the Resolution by providing for a committee 1 from each voting place to select the delegates. He argued that it was undemocratic to put the Power into the hands one. He said that he was not opposed to judge Mitchell but did not want the precedent established. Spirited speeches were made both sides. The amendment was voted Down and the original motion Mccullough carried. Next followed the Resolution Hon. , endorsing Hon. J. A. I. Richards for his second term in Congress and to Grant him the permission to select his own delegates to the congressional convention brought Forth considerable opposition As Well As a heated discussion. Hon. G. B. Smith offered an amendment to the Resolution Buchanan which provided for a committee to select the delegates and to be voted by Call the townships. The vote resulted As follows 173 votes against the amendment and 36 for the amendment. The amendment being lost the original motion carried and . Richards was accorded the privilege choosing his own delegation. A committee 3 was appointed to wait upon . Richards and invite him to the Assembly room but it being then 12 clock and everybody hungry a motion to adjourn prevailed. Afternoon session�?1 30 . Or. Richards was escorted to the stage and he responded in a speech Twenty minutes More. Next followed the reports committees. The committee credentials reported everything regular and no contests. The committee rules and order business reported in favor rules governing the last convention and that the Roll townships and voting precincts be called and that the chairman each delegation cast the vote orally and vote for auditor commissioner infirmary director and then for Coroner and that the conventions be rotated and that Uhrichsville be the place holding the next convention. The last clause was objected to As not being within the province that committee and was ordered strike out by a vote the convention. George Anderson Uhrichsville then offered a Resolution fixing the place next convention at Uhrichsville which was carried. The committee resolutions being ready reported As follows resolved that we most heartily endorse president Cleveland a patriotic efforts to Rescue the Peoples government from the grasp a Tariff system fastened upon the people for tiie Benefit favored private interests at the expense the toiling masses that we endorse his firm purpose to maintain the financial credit the government notwithstanding the extravagant expenditure the Peoples Money and the financial make shift policy by the Harrison administration which plunged the country into a financial crisis and created a Money Stringency and a business depression to be dealt with Long in Advance a regular session Congress. Resolved that we favor Tariff taxation the people Only for the purpose raising Public Revenue limited to the necessities an economical administration the government and so levied As to equitably distribute its burdens and to the end that every Dollar tax paid by the people shall be for a Public purpose instead being diverted to the pocket any private citizen under the pretence Protection private business Pursuit and we denounce a every Law under whatever name it May be known under whatever pretence it May be enacted which levies a single Penny taxation in Aid any private business Pursuit As unconstitutional and in violation the principles american Freedom. Resolved that we believe in the use both Gold and Silver As a Money Metal but we demand that every Dollar coined either Metal shall be equal intrinsic value and that a coinage ratio shall be ascertained and established so that every Dollar whether Silver Gold May be coined and circulated upon like term and and the parity both maintained in purchasing and debt pays ing Power. Resolved that we Are in favor a circulating medium equal to $50 per capita. Resolved that we denounce the action the Republican members the Ohio Senate in awarding a seat in that body to a Man As senator from the 18th and 19th joint senatorial District who had been Defeated by the people at the ballot Box by which action 14,912 electors in said District who had cast their ballots As prescribed by Law for John , were in effect disfranchised and their votes nullified in order to seat a Man who could not obtain a majority the votes when the ballots were cast and we denounce the action said Senate in depriving John the seat to which he was fairly and honestly elected by the people As senator from said District As a wilful and reckless trifling with the ballot As odious As actual fraud and As dangerous As crime. Resolved that we denounce the present Ohio legislature As the most corrupt and profligate in the history the state and we especially condemn its action in providing for its members a two year s salary for one years work. Resolved that we Are unanimously in favor the passage the Wilson Bill As it passed the House representatives and we especially favor the provision said Bill which provides for an income tax. Hon. H. H. Porter new Philadelphia offered the following As a substitute to the Silver clause above reported resolved that this convention recommend the free coinage both Gold and Silver a basis 16 to 1. Buchanan championed in a feeling manner the original Resolution while . Porter made a speech in support his amendment. A Bollot was then taken the amendment and carried. The resolutions with the free coinage clause then carried and was adopted. The committee to select a Central executive committee reported As follows Daniel twp. Charles Krantz. A a a a A. 44 h. Barnhill. 44 44 W. w. H. Conrad. A a r. L. a a t. J. a a c. C. 14 the committee to select delegates to the state convention reported the following names A. D. b. D. Downy. A a h. H. Porter. A a A. Buchanan. A a A. w. R. b. Creek. Or. h. B. e. F. . U. C. White. Or. Richards sent in the following As a list delegates to the congressional convention John Gerber a. Youngen Charles dressier , Jacob Wolf . Mitchell Charles h. Krantz Christian Rinderknecht H. Hostetler Charles Shontz Louis Breisch David , John Schneider Thomas Wright Fred Graff David Barclay Jacob Kummer t. J. Evans John Lineberger Casper Sweitzer a. L. Douglas Garrett Bassett H. Banning John Lambright John Mcgill Chas. , w. C. Baker Ferdinand Straus , , , h. H. Porter s. R. Min nig j., Christian Streen F. Miller T. Mcollough Fred i Uenzli Daniel Wyss , w. H. Swihart L. Kennedy John Steusser Chris. Stoller , . Josiah Murphy Frank Price H. Benfer Francis Ankney and Isaac Maughiman. The renomination e. A. Walter for county auditor was next in order business upon motion he was renominated by acclamation with much enthusiasm. Or. Walter was called for and he responded in a very appropriate manner. Next the program were the announcements for county commissioner. The names Henry Hahn Bucks twp Adam Miller Oxford John f. Baker Jefferson. J. H. Hines Mill and Adam Stocker Salem were announced. A motion was made to drop the lowest Man after the third ballot. The following is the ballot Hahn. Miller. Stocker. Baker. Hines. A do a 56 62 35 57 . Stocker was declared the nominee the 5th ballot. Balloting for infirmary director followed. The names Geo. Crater and Henry Geib Dover being announced As candidates. The ballot resulted As follows Crater.143 Geib. 65 the name Joseph h. Hosteller canal Dover was then announced for Coroner and upon motion the nomination was made by acclamation. The convention was then adjourned. The cheapest Plage in town to buy a shirt Waist is at Spring Bros. Amp Holzwarth. They Are closing out a special lot at greatly reduced prices. 26-2 c. L. Amp w. Ray excursions. Fourth july Holiday a tickets sold july 3 and 4, Good to return until july 5, 1894. One fare for round trip. United society Christian Endeavor Cleveland a tickets sold july 9,10 and 11, Good to return until july 18, 1894. If tickets Are deposited with joint agent the Cleveland terminal lines prior to july 17, limit May be extended to september 18, 1894. One fare for round trip. Baptist Young Peoples Union America Toronto ont tickets sold july 17, 18 and 19, Good to return until july 31, 1894, with extreme limit until sept. 15, 1894. One fare for the round trip. Central Ohio Saenger fest Toledo tickets sold july 29, 30 and 31, Good to return until August 6, 1894. One fare for round trip. Evangelical association sunday school convention and Camp meeting Linwood Park Vermillion o., August 7 to 21, 1894 a tickets sold August 5 to 21, inclusive Good to return until August 24,1894. One fare for round trip. Knights the maccabees state convention Ohio Toledo o., aug. 14 to 16, 1894 a tickets May be sold August 13 and 14, Good to return until August 17, 1894. One fare for round trip. J. Terry g. F. Amp p. A. Low rates via Pennsylvania lines to Cleveland and y Oun town. Special excursion tickets will be sold via Pennsylvania lines for Christian Endeavor meetings As follows to Cleveland july 9, 10 and 11 and to y Youngstown july 8, 9 and 10. The Sale tickets to Youngstown will be confined to ticket stations in Ohio. The Low rate is open to the Public and excursion tickets will be sold to All applicants. They will be Good returning until july 18, return limit May be extended to september 16. For details apply to nearest Pennsylvania line s ticket agent the fair at Strasburg. The finest general store in Tuscarawas county. The Village Strasburg lying about 6 Miles above canal Dover this county has the Honor possessing the great general store known As the fair which is at least 3 times the size any other store in Tuscarawas county. A Brief history this Plant will doubtless be interest to Many our readers. The business was started 28 years ago by p. A. Garver who kept a select Stock general merchandise and through honest and fair dealing built up such a Trade As to make him a competence for old age. A few years ago the business passed into the hands his sons Rudy and Albert Garver. These Young men had acquired Good business tact under the father and the business largely increased in their hands when about 5 years ago they took in As partner Emil Kapuzky making 3 members the firm. All being Young men they put Forth every Effort to establish a Trade. They were Liberal in advertising which is one the essentials to Success in that line careful in buying which is a very important Point both to the firm and to the patrons courteous to their customers which confirms the old saying that a vinegar never catches flies a and lastly they were satisfied with a reasonable profit thereby giving the consumer a living Chance they dealt a stinging blow to pools and trusts that sought to maintain unfair profits in this Way business was invited until the old store building was no longer capable holding their goods and give floor room for the crowds patrons that daily flocked to their store. In 1873 and 4 they erected a new building two stories High each floor 60x120 it. With a receiving room 25x 50 it. Making in All 15650 Square feet floor space. They have in addition to this a storage building 40x50 it 3 floors and cellar for Reserve Stock. In addition is a Grain House 35x100 it. All these buildings and cellars Are stocked with goods All kinds. The average value Stock is $50,000. They did a business $150,000 in the past year 18 employees Are required to do the business this firm. In the face hard times their business increased 53% Over the preceding year. Beside a retail business they have built lip a handsome jobbing Trade with other business houses in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. They buy their goods by the car Load and Are in fact heavy jobbers As Well As the greatest retailers in the county. Tuesday was the Day announced for the grand opening this Mammoth store. We paid a visit to this thriving Community and a took in the fair As Well. To our Surprise we found a string band seated in the grand court greeting the visitors with Sweet music. Ice Cream and cake were served to every visitor at noon Coffee and lunch was served to All and All this free too. The Many clerks were Busy showing the visitors through the building and Selling goods. It was announced As a Day show and enjoyment which it proved to be As Well As a profitable Sale Day. We found in looking Over this the Pride Tuscarawas county that these hustling Young men have patterned in their arrangement after the great store in Chicago known As the every Branch Trade has its department dry goods boots and shoes hardware stoves and tinware clothing cloaks and millinery hats and Caps carpets Glass and Queens Are groceries and provisions drugs and medicines harness House furnishing goods Etc. The arrangement is advantageous to the customer As Well As to the proprietors As it enables them to see just what they want. In fact you can Purchase anything you want at the a fair a and at prices that will astonish you we have said nothing More than is Justice to this enterprising firm. It is Well Worth your trouble to go and visit their store whether you buy not. Card thanks. We return our sincere thanks to those Good neighbors and friends who so kindly assisted and sympathized with us in the loss our dear husband and father. Margaret Heidy and family. Real estate Transfer. Andrew And Mary c. Hawk to Catharine Mizer it al., one fifth interest in lot 17, Philipsburg $200. J. F. Baker to Francis Troendly % interest in lot 17, Philipsburg $200. Edward c. Haskins to d. C. Foster 8. % lot 85, Uhrichsville $1000. Abram Onstine to a. C. Tucker lots 33, 34, 35 and 36 Newcomerstown $570. Hezekiah Wardell to Johne. Burroway 3 15-16 acres Clay $500. Noah Mutschelknaus to Mutschelknaus % interest in lots 68 and 69, Shanesville $4500. Jno. R. Schaar to the Goshen Coal co., % acre Goshen $10. The Board directors county infirmary to g. J. And l. J. Bahler lot 20, Shanesville $200. Sheriff Adams to Martha Hartshorn lots 31, 33 and 35, Newcomerstown $570. Louisa e. And James t. Henderson to Ralph h. Wainwright 3-7 acre Goshen $500. Samuel Foltz to Phoebe a. Wagner 7 17-100 acres Goshen $1025. For Sale cheap. Saloon property near a depot account ill health. Inquire at the Beo Zachter office. Of. New pleas court Elizabeth Staneart is w. 8. Stan Eart. Judgement co Novit note prayed for. Orpha m. Myers is Joseph Myers. Divorce prayed for the ground Gross neglect duty and extreme cruelty. Isaac Miles is the a c. Its St. L . Co suit for damages. The famous Deering binders and mowers now have Ball hearings like a Sycicle. Save your horses by buying Waltz amp Schweitzer. New Philadelphia Chio Lotf our candidates. In looking Over the ticket nominated at the county convention last week we Are strongly impressed with the idea that it should be satisfactory to every Democrat and should receive the Hearty support every voter. It was an old time convention free from Bossis free from the influence Money in any Way and a convention in which the free will the delegates were expressed. What More can a Democrat ask. The first the ticket is Jedgar e. Walter who has served his first term with credit to the party and to himself. Or. Walter is a courteous accommodating and an upright Young Man who has been conservative in the management the county affairs and who has Bent every Effort toward Economy in the interest tax payers. Such an one merits the support All parties. Our candidate for county commissioner is the old time honoured democratic Stock. Or. Stocker is a Man unblemished character a Good Farmei a Man judgment and Well qualified tor the office. He is a staunch Democrat and from the township that made a democratic gain last fall in the face the great a land the township Salem has not had a representative in office for Many years. Now where is there a Democrat that would not stand by . Stocker the opposing candidates in convention . Miller . Hines and . Baker Are All excellent gentlemen and Good democrats and we believe will do All in their Power for the ticket. Their democracy is too Well grounded to take exceptions to a fair and honest convention. Our candidate for infirmary director George Crater Dover is an unswerving Democrat an honorable and upright gentleman. No one will look to the interest our county a poor As Well As to an economical management affairs at the infirmary better than . Crater. He too should have the solid vote his party. Our candidate for Coroner Joseph Hostetler Dover is just the Man for the place. He has the Legal knowledge and thoroughly understands the duties the office. He is an honorable Man and at present mayor the town Dover. We heartily recommend the nominees that convention and Appeal to every Democrat in the county to stand by the old Flag and support the entire ticket. Republicans have no love for a Democrat and now that the evils conventions have been corrected and the will the people had Sway it is your duty As men and As democrats to see this ticket elected. Attention Farmers. You will please Bear in mind that we Are now offering to the Public the latest improved Ball and roller bearing peering harvesting machinery which can not be excelled by any other also All the latest improved farm implements. It will save you Money to Call and see us before buying. Call at the office in the rear part the Sherman House barn. G. Waltz. 17tf s. Schweitzer. To the Public. I wish to announce that i have started a milk route and will each Day deliver pure clean milk at the door any one wishing to buy. A share the Public patronage is earnestly solicited. Yours respectfully 18-tf Valentine Doerschuk. New styles elegantly finished and fully warranted buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf satisfy yourself by seeing the largest and Best Stock farm wagons Spring wagons and buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio 15tf persons wanting Coal will leave orders at Mathias amp Dicks store. L8-tf g. W. Mathias. Correspondence. Marriage permits. T. A. Horny Belle Faucett. James r. Cady Nancy Green Johnson. Henry bakery Anna Shivers Frank Mcmanns Anna Bell. % David m. Meekam Flora e. Derth John w. Bradley Kate Muse. Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cured piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25? per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Notice to contractors. Sealed proposals will be received by the clerk York township Tuscarawas county o., until 12 clock at noon saturday july 21,1894, for the building a school House in subdistrict no. 4, said township according to specific cations file in the clerks office. Each bid must be accompanied by a sufficient guarantee some disinterested party that if the bid is accepted a contract will be entered into and the performance it properly secured. Each bid must contain the name every person interested in it. The bid for each kind material called for in the specifications must be Given separately and the Price each Given. Also the Price labor must be Given separately. Bids will also be received for the repairing the school House in sub District no. 4, in said township As to new roof floor plastering Etc., according to specifications. The Board education reserves the right to reject any All bids. At the same time will be offered for Sale the old school House in said District. By it Der the Board education Samuel Frutiger 27-4 clerk York two a. Low rates to the South via Pennsylvania lines. A series cheap excursions will be run Over the Pennsylvania lines to enable land seekers and others to visit Alabama Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi North Carolina South Carolina and Tennessee. July 6th, August 7th, september 4th, october 2d, november 6th and december 4th, 1894, Are the dates which Low rate round trip tickets will be sold Over these lines to Points in those states. Tickets will be sold to All applicants at principal ticket offices the Pennsylvania lines and will be Good returning went Days from Date Sale for Sale at news gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. Baltic. J. A. Syler and family is visiting friends and relatives Here. Peter Wolf is the sick list. Miss Jessie Metzler a Cousin from Illinois is going to her a two months visit. Miss Cora Shutt from Strasburg is visiting miss Ida Troyer Here. Miss Lucie Madison is very lonely since Rosebush is gone. Miss Belle Cappel the leading dressmaker is very Busy sewing she has an apprentice girl. Miss Cora Stephan baked her first bread in her 21st, year with Good Success. Try again Cora. Miss Elma Hoobler try and keep that dog chained next time Cyrus comes. The lutheran Church had a big crowd people children a Day. Singing was very Fine. Mrs. Miller is patiently waiting for . David Zimmerman to get married so that she can present that tidy she made three years ago. Misses Myra and Ella Fisher have gone to Indiana to visit relatives. Or. Mizer took Possession the hotel. Dew drop. Shanesville. Quite a number the Young men attended the dance at Carlisle saturday night and they did not get a Home till miss Virgie Calihan has been visiting friends and relatives in Canton for the past two weeks. Little Hazle Richardson returned Home after a few weeks visit to her grand parents. The lutheran missionary society will give an ice Cream festival the Public Square saturday evening june 30th. A. C. Baker and wife made a trip to Navarre last week. Many the people attended the entertainment at Union Hill sunday evening. W. Cratz wife and two children Toledo Are Here a visit to relatives. A. Richardson paid a visit to friends in our town last week. Miss Flora Klar and gentleman Friend Ragersville Sun Dayed with the formers parents in our town. Mrs. De. Miller Cleveland has been visiting Here for the past few weeks. Or. Glitchy the Driller moved his family Here from Fredericksburg last week. Some the boys have been work at the race ground Southeast town. The misses Cora and Minnie Strome Are away a visit to friends in Alliance and Canton. The Farmers Are Busy making Hay. The y. P. S. C. Will give a festival the Northeast Corner the Public Square wednesday evening july 4th. A grand time is expected. Everybody come. Charles Andrews and miss Kittie Haskins attended the entertainment at Baltic Friday evening. Pansy. New Cumberland. Cliff Robinson and wife Scio visited with friends Here last week. James Walters and wife Kilgore spent sunday at this place. A rather tame game base Ball was played Here last saturday Between our team and Somerdale a second nine resulting in a Victory for our boys by a score 18 to 4. Lee Moffit Canton was in our Burg one Day last week. Children a Day will be observed at the Zion lutheran Church next sunday at 2 30 p. M. J. H. Maughiman and wife attended the commencement at Scio last week. Thomas Cross this place was United in marriage last week to a miss Roby West Virginia. May the Happy couple be Blest with Prosperity is our Best wishes. L. H. Larmer who has been attending College at Springfield is at Home a vacation. There will be an ice Cream and Strawberry festival at the Holmes Church next Friday night june 29, a Good time is expected. There will be a prize speaking contest fora Silver medal at the m. Church next saturday night june 30th. Admission 10 cents. Mrs. H. C. Seran is visiting with friends at Scio. Black Dick. Old papers times office Gilmore. Miss Maria Berkshire visited her daughter mrs. Ally Morris Rush township last week. Mack Fawcett has left for Newcomerstown to remain during the summer months. Miss Lillie Rankin is staying with her grand parents Stephen Johnson and wife Rush township. Mrs. D. N. Fowler visited her son and daughter in Law e. Fowler and wife in Uhrichsville several Days the last the week. Miss Tina Clark Birmingham visited at Joseph Morris tuesday. Several our townspeople attended the funeral mrs. Rachel Mccue at pleasant Grove wednesday. Wilbur Westwood returned sunday evening from extended stay in Zanesville. Or. Gooding and w4< were at the Scio commencement last week. Mrs we. Everett Gnadenhutten is visiting her parents we. Fanning and wife. Miss Blanche Lanning is visiting at Home. Rev. Westwood and son a Wilbur were at new Phila last week. Miss Laura Karns new Philadelphia is visiting Here. Cyrus Linard and wife visited new Athens last week. Miss Nora Gooding returned from Scio College last week. Prof. J. J. Morris and wife Central City Colo Are visiting their Many relatives and friends Here. Mrs. Rev. Pough Gnadenhutten lectured in the West Union m. Church sunday evening. persons were baptized by elder w. O. Tomson the occasion his regular appointment at this place sunday and monday last. The game Ball Between the Gilmore and port Washington clubs resulted in a disastrous defeat to the latter club. Score stood 37 to 1. The members the several lodges this place Are preparing to hold a grand 4th july Celebration at this each. Bitter Sweet. If you want flooring siding Quot a ing sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a mul East Ray Street 15tf Day july 3 and 4, special excursion tickets will be sold from All ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines to any station those lines within 200 Miles from station where ticket is purchased. Return Coupon will be Good until july 5, inclusive. Tickets will not be sold to adults for less than Twenty five cents nor to children for less than fifteen cents. We. Clague Cincinnati who Lias been in the employ Taylor amp Gameter in the plumbing business wishes to inform the Public that he has opened a shop with Wolf Bros winners this place and will do All kinds plumbing promptly and will guarantee satisfaction in every respect. He has had 20 years experience in that line. Leave orders at Wolf Bros tin store. 24-4whyare so Many people who formerly patronized other clothiers now buying us Beko the people Are Quick to learn where to get most for their Money we . An Quality. T see for yourself. ? amp the new clothiers and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio p. A our merchants tailor ing is a up to Date i in styles fit and workmanship. A Large assortment Domestic and imported fabrics select from

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