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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 29, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Kusby thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising in the county books bullheads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your Yavor 80licitd. New Philadelphia times. The a a times Quot advertising rates. Spa i. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 81 50 82 50 3 00 6 00 4 00 10 00 5 00 12 50 12 00 30 00 8 3 00 9 00 15 co 25 00 50 00 1 . Too Quot 15 00 25 50 50 00 106 00 business notices ten cents Fer line. Volume Viii. New Philadelphia o., thursday june 29, 1893. Number 27. Hei Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Al yer Block second floor North Broadway. The new Philadelphia Tim is will he pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance-.�?�i-00 if not paid within three mods 1-50 49remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Teach examination. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates As follows during 1892 and �?T93 at new Philadelphia november 2g, �?T92 january 28, �?T93 february 25, �?T93 june 17, �?T93 August 26th, �?T93. At canal Dover january 7, �?T93 february 11, �?T93 april 22, �?T93 july 8,�?T93. At Uhrichsville March 11th, �?T93. Atm ueral Point March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june 3d, �?T93. Pupil8 examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, �?T93 May 6th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with Den and Ink and the necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. All examinations will be he d in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. . Pfeifer pres t. J. Richardson. Business directory. D r. Joseph f. Fox office Over gets clip a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day in lit. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 May 25-Ly. Re opened. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger. Proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. 4t in per Day. Fine bar Aud House newly furnish. Feed stable in connection. 39yl . S. Vail dentist. Office in City Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Hender3hot. _ in Srsich a Rbt . Sturg Egit. Office and 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. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio 8 to 10 a. Office hours 2 to 4 7 to 8 Sundays 9 to 10 a. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Comer 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 false representations and predictions other agents. J. Kurtz agent. I. Ii undershot adjuster. Hypocrisy. The would be True Blue democratic Organ the county that gave a Large share its space last week to self Praise would like very much to be rocked in the Cradle democracy As its Only legitimate offspring. Loyal at All times devoted to the cause democracy and True to All its nominees yes Loyal competitor where was this wonderful Mouth piece democracy when judge Mitchell was being assailed from All Points by the Republican press Why did certain democrats have to write the Only articles that appeared in his favor and urge the publication them in this wonderful Organ Why was this True Blue editor holding his hat to catch the crumbs from the table judge Mitchells competitor. The Walls the court House almost echoed with the denunciations that poured Forth from democrats at the conduct this self righteous Organ. Yes it stands by the a expressed action so does a Wolf by a Young Lamb Whan it is in a Cage and can see no Chance by which to gratify its insatiable appetite. Go ask our county treasurer about the Gallant fight that was made for him by this a representative journal the entire personal and general. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. In 1887, a very self righteous would be democratic editor made the remark that a the Ohio Democrat would soon wipe the times out Here is the times yet and the D. Will plunge into the mire deeper than even before that task is accomplish a. The times will be published right along�?66 quires each week regardless the self righteous journal that dare not make oath to More than 36 quilts circulation. The times does not repudiate any Bills. You can get the times and a Good farm journal both for $1.00 per year. Now is the time to subscribe. Tom Johnson Cleveland Sam f. Hunt Cincinnati Columbis and John Pattison Batavia have All issued Public announcements lately that they will not permit their names to be used As candidates for governor. It looks rather favourable now for l. T. Neal Chillicothe As the nominee the democratic . S Amuel Moore attorney at Law. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Myhrs Block 2d floor. Joseph Welty Surveyor and civil business promptly new Phil Delphi Engineer. Attended to. Ohio August 14,1890. 33yl a a a a j ii. Booth a a attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl blacksmithing and repair shop. All kinds Smithing will receive prompt attention. At special attention paid to horseshoeing. Ai shop in rear Mitchener a Block fast Highstreet. Give us a Call. Respectfully l8-3m , new Philadelphia 0. Lewis place. For Fine wines liquors ale and Beers give us a Call. In connection we have constantly hand a Fine line cigars tobaccos Etc. Boarding by the Day 81 00. Boarding by the week 84.00. Give us a Call we will treat you with respect. West High Street opposite E. Church respectfully 17-3m Lew Horrisberger prop. Hannah a place when in need a warm meal luncheon give me a Call. I keep hand Choice wines liquors Beers and soft drinks. A big line cigars can be had also. Come and enjoy one after your meals. I also will train Colts at a reasonable Price. Done to forget my place in Becky a building South Broadway new Philadelphia Respectfully 17-3m Samuel Hanna prop. 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. Al Strain carrying the Sleeper leaves new Philadelphia at 4.41 J. W. Mccommis t. A. Desirable lots for Sale not a co my r i 31 ent a Rye the a new Philadelphia times a last week editorially the democratic nomination for Uoung a Treasury a the first ballot was to 1 3 complimentary which caught . Prices men napping for they were not expecting a nomination for treasurer first ballot the result would have been quite wherefore ? avast there like Jack buns by a oracular deliverance to capt. Cuttle in Dickens a a Dombey amp son a t e above a is an opinion As is an opinion. But who knows any such tiling As that charged by the new Philadelphia times nobody Earth. No complimentary ballots wire announced understood. On the contrary it was claimed that the first ballot would prob ably make two three nominations and possibly All. The idea any secret ballot being merely complimentary catching anybody napping is absurd. And then to say that otherwise a a the result would have been quite different a is a gratuitous slur the declared Choice the democracy the county. There is no sense reason whatever in thus Ibeling the nomination . Jacob Hawk which was As Tair Square and unquestionable As anything could Democrat. The above article clearly shows that the editor the Ohio Democrat has had an overdose a sour he is soured against his competitors be cause he can not take in everything g in the Way patronage that comes along. Now if he can Only a a sour . Hawk the candidate for treasurer the times he imagines he could be Happy poor deluded creature he a reckons without a he presumes . Hawk has a mind like Wax that he can Mould to himself. No honest minded person would have put such construction the article. No slur was intended nor even hinted at. We say that Many delegates thought that the first ballot would not nominate and was simply a skirmish before the tight. The editor the times was asked by two three delegates if the first Billot could nominate any one and they were answered by saying that any candidate receiving the majority All the votes cast would be nominated. One Delegate acting the theory that the first ballot was simply complimentary made a bet that Surveyor where there were but two candidates that no nomination would be made. Or. Price says he was told by certain Del Vitious that if they had known that the Fust ballot was not strictly complimentary they would not have divided their vote and would have different. Now we would believe . Price As Quick As the editor the Ohio Democrat. Or Hawk was not to blame in the least Aud no one casts the least reflection upon him. He no doubt would have been nominated the next ballot but we did say the result that ballot would have been different had the delegates understood the matter and in is Yinug so we cast no reflection Hawk for the convention. Tue re suit was legitimate and no one claims otherwise. It is in the mind the Ohio Democrat editor Only that any other conclusion could have found Root. The idea a a Ibeling the nomination . Hawk what rot. We admit the nomination was fair and a Good one too. Not Only that but we say . Hawk is a cultured gentleman and will be elected beyond All doubt. The nominees Are All Good and the entire ticket will be elected. We Are sorry to disappoint the editor the Ohio Democrat by making that statement and Hope he will not lose any sleep Over it. Ohye Noble self righteous editor go repent in sack cloth and ashes for not coming to the Rescue judge Mitchel and treasurer Forney instead setting yourself up As a Loyal Democrat. I have a Large number lots North Broadway and North sixth Street in Oak Park addition new Philadelphia Ohio at Low prices easy terms. For 61 Days will give special inducements. John a. Himes agent. 20tf 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 times and Farmers Friend $1. Everybody buys clothing Wanamaker amp Brown. Or. Winch is in Chicago. Butter brings 14 cts this week and eggs 15 cts. Mrs. O. Knisely is visiting friends and relatives in Pittsburgh. Miss Ella Buchanan was the guest Dover friends last week. Burnside a is the cheapest place to buy Fine works. 2g w2 mrs. Belle Ashbaugh went to Cleveland wednesday to visit her daughter. K25 pieces mandarin Stripe just arved at Spring Bros. 19tf Misselda Wyss served strawberries to her Young friends thursday evening. The finest line dress goods in the City is kept at John h. Kinsey a. The Princess plow is the bests Call John Myers new Philadelphia 19 mrs. Stella Strong Chicago is visiting her aunt mrs. Roland Kurtz this City. Mrs. Will Smith Uhrichsville was the guest j. Ii. Boothe and family Friday. It is Well to know that you can save Money by buying your dry goods at John h. Kinsey a. Little Frank Marsh cime from the soldiers Home at Xenia o., last week and is spending the vacation with his Mother. Mrs. Fred Horning Lios gone to Ober Lin to spend the summer with her daughter. Farmers you should buy the priv Cess plow John Myers new Philadelphia 19 misses Whitten and Cope Wellsville were guests . And mrs. Chapman the past week. Miss Clara Feil canal Dover was tiie guest miss Emma Sehl a few Days last week. Or. And mrs. Jack Carnahan Dennison were guests . Wells this City Sabbath Day. ass Clara Montgomery Columbus has been the guest a. Holmes East Avenue for several Days. We will sell Brussels carpets at great bargains As we Are closing them out. Call and Sec. John h. Kinsey. We Are Headquarters for ladies Spring wraps ranging in Price from $2.00, upward. Spring Bros. 19tf the Tuscarawas county Republican convention will by held in new Philadelphia saturday August 19th. So says the paragraph. We Are sorry to learn that the Louis Snyder sons a co paper makers Cincinnati have had to make an assignment. They were Nice folks to Deal with. Ilyaye 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 Jno a. Buchanan h. T. Misuis f. C. Stowe w. , Daniel Beitler Flynn Aad otters attended til t k. Of p., memorial at Uhrichsville saturday. Lost a Light yellow terrier medium size. Any one returning the dog to Biliett amp Millers Mill giving information concerning him will be liberally rewarded. The state Board health at Colum bus has been notified that two assyrian paddlers Etc entry arrived in this country have been stricken with smallpox at Akron. 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 we Mclean has purchased the first lot North the residence John l. Kennedy North Broadway Sav Edge and will erect thereon a Nice residence this season. loan twelve Hundred dollars at 7 per cent first mortgage farm. For further particulars Call at attorney Neelys Law office. 26w4 tha famous breach Promise suit brought by miss Lydia Anderson St. Blairsville is millionaire Joseph Hobson Cleveland was compromised last week for $2000. Major c. H. Matthews new Philadelphia Ohio went to Warsaw Coshocton county tuesday morning this week a visit to his old army Friend col. Met Ham. While Here he called upon his old Comrade Captain Peter Standard. 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 pay. Address John h. Hoelzer Dundee Tuscarawas county Ohio. 26 w2 the new grand jury indicted Anton Maurer tuesday for assault with intent to kill. He plead guilty and judge Douthitt sentenced him to the Penitentiary for fifteen years which was a just punishment. He is the Man who assaulted a woman water Street some months ago. State insurance commissioner Hama is after a couple Wildcat fire insurance companies that Are doing business in Cleveland One is called the eclipse fire insurance co., and the other the Trumbell fire insurance co., Cleveland. The latter seems to Haye no office that the commissioner can find and the former has been debarred from doing business in Ohio account not having complied with the Law in submitting to inspection. People should beware these companies. Samuel k. Mclaughlin Harrison county was nominated for representative in the Harrison and Carroll District. Brother Hearn the Cadiz Republican fell in the political grave Yard. Well we will have com any. We extend our sympathy to Bro Hearn. We see it is not in accordance with the nature things to Reward the faithful. Politics after All seems to be Only a scramble for the fruit that grows the tree and the passer by Only leaves the smaller share for the one who cultivates the tree. The typographical Union favors legislation requiring a Shorter working Day than 9 hours. That would Only necessitate a reduction in wages for the employer makes less than the labourer now. Kansas seems to be visited oftener by the Strong elements nature than any other state. On the 22nd, a Cyclone visited the Kansas River Valley sweeping it for 6 Miles in length and one mile in Width. Every House in its track was destroyed. Fifteen persons were killed outright and several fatally injured. James Kelly Constable Warren township brought j. W. Markles new Cumberland to jail saturday morning charged with assault Aud Battery and attempting to kill Etc. He had a hearing a before j. H. Banks j. P. And was bound Over to court in the sum $200 Bond which he failed to give. Or. Kelly is a prompt official and Waltzes the boys up to the scratch. When you go to port Washington done to fail to Stop at the Exchange hotel which is kept by that Good land lady mrs. Nine Walton. You will be served with As Good a meal As can be had in any hotel. Everything tidy and clean and your wants carefully looked after. In fact you will feel perfectly at Home. Such hostelries Are not found everywhere. The museum folks Are already after Lizzie Borden. Last Friday she received an offer to appear at a very Large salary. Captain Philip Harrington the police officer who astonished people when he was called to the witness stand by his accurate description Lizzie Borden a dress is said to have been offered $5,000 a year by a new York . On sunday afternoon june 25, 1893, the funeral services Persy Vale Hixson Warnes occurred at Shanesville The deceased was the son John Warnes and was 7 years 9 months and 26 Days old. The services were held in the lutheran Church and were conducted by the pastor Rev. Charles e. Rice. A Large audience was present to attest its respect for tue dead and its sympathy for the bereaved Parent. The new a Liberty belly was successfully cast the 22ad, at Troy n. Y., in the presence 1000 people. It is proposed that the Bell shall ring at each Sunrise Aud Sunset at 9 clock in the morning the anniversaries Days marking great events in the worlds Progress toward Liberty at 12 clock the birthdays the creators Liberty and at 4 clock will toil their anniversaries death. Or. J. Davi3 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 amp son new Philadelphia The citizens port Washington Are arranging for a grand Good time the 4th july. There will be excellent music bicycle races loot races fireman a Parade Good speaking and everything that will be entertaining no pains will be spared to make it a pleasant occasion. The citizens port Washington and Vicinity Are All Clever and kind hearted and will do All in their Power to entertain the people. All Are cordially invited. The masons port Washington celebrated St. Johns Day last saturday. Many masons from other districts were present to participate in the occasion. The Forenoon exercises consisted an address by Rev. James i. Wilson Cambridge which was regarded by All As an Able one. Band music and a Basket dinner were among the enjoyable features the occasion and were next in order. In the afternoon judge Mitchell Dover prof. Cronebach port Washington and prof. Duff Newcomerstown each entertained the audience with an address. In the evening an ice Cream festival was held in the Grove. While the attendance was not Large the occasion was an enjoyable one. July 4-th excursions. Royal Arcanum Day. Friday june 23d, a Royal Arcanum Day was celebrated with a picnic at Lee springers Park the following among other persons being present e. Alexander and family Joseph Beiter and family Janies Jordan and family c. H. Mathews and wife. Foot races Ball games ground and lofty tumbling and various other amusements were indulged in. A Bountiful feast was spread by the ladies and All enjoyed themselves. A speech by Jos. Beiter closed the interesting ceremonies. Adjourned to meet june 23,1894. Notice. The Board education Salem township has decided to establish a High school at wolfs and desire applications from persons qualified to teach the same and assure the superintend ency the township schools. Address w. W. Riley clerk the Board port Washington Needed for circulation. From the Galveston news the circulating medium most needed throughout the United states is Confidence. The demagogues who Are preaching confiscation Are doing More to scare out capital and contract the Cash than All other pernicious influences combined. When a citizen votes with the raiders he votes away his own credit and thus commits financial suicide. Through flying bullets. For the 4th july the c. L. Amp w. Sell tickets to All Points an the line at one single fare for the round trip tiek to Sale july Viand 4th, return limit july 5th. J. W. Mccombs. Travel a at. Another Lucky Buckeye. Or. Thomas Crowley formerly this City but lately Canton wiil he married july Goth to miss Emma c. Elk Columbus. Or. Crowley is a deaf mute but is Well educated and has worked at the printers Case some and is a watch maker. He is employed in the Deuber watch works at Canton. The lady is also a deaf mute but is educated. The marriage will take place at the Parish House Columbus The times extends Best wishes to . Crowley and his intended. To Day Secretary Carlisle appointed John w. Kinsey new Philadelphia superintendent construction the Washington Postol fice building. Thomas c. Steward this City was removed to give . Kinsey the place. Kinsey will take his Tolice july 1. The pay is $6 a Day. Beriah Wilkins got this appointment assisted by congressman Richards new Cleveland Leader. Marriage permits. A Monument was erected in Wald Heim cemetery Chicago the 25th inst to the memory the five anarchists spies Parsons Fisher Lingg and Engel. More than 2500 persons were present. The crowd was orderly however and was composed germans poles and bohemians. The question is should the enemies to society and government be allowed to erect a Monument in commemoration those who commit such deeds As the anarchists have been guilty . Should the rising generation descending from that class be taught a reverence to the 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. Kin sey North West Cor. Of Public Square Gen. Agent for new Phil a 20w4 it is an error to suppose the drunkenness morphine and Tobeaco habit cannot be cured. The double Chloride Gold is known to be a positive antidote for these habits rather diseases and the wonderful cures effected through its Agency have Given the remedy a National reputation. Until recently the a a Gold treatment a was Only Given at expensive sanitarium but at the present time it can be liar any first class druggist. Hills Chloride Gold tablets Are guaranteed to cure any Case drunkenness morphine tobacco habit and no Effort whatever is required from the person taking them. The use tobacco liquor the drug is permitted until such time As they Are voluntarily Given up. These tablets May also be Given without the knowledge the patient and a permanent cure is sure to follow their use. The Price the tablets $1.00�?certainly places within the reach All. If your druggist does not keep them write for full particulars to the Ohio chemical co., Lima Ohio. Hon. James a. D. Richards the Ohio congressman who yesterday succeeded in having one his constituents appointed superintendent the local Post office building is being quite generally discussed As the probable nominee against gov. Mckinley this year. Or. Richards was nominated for Congress without the least Effort his own part he haying first been made chairman the convention which later made him its nominee and it is not at All improbable that the Ohio democratic gubernatorial nomination which is now seeking a Man will be Able to catch up with this particular congressman. Congressman Richard is a lawyer Quick in debate and very effective the stump. Should the Ohio democrats place their Standard in his hands they would have a Leader who believes in pushing the fighting and if he should be elected there would be no civil service rules to govern the distribution the patronage. Or. Richards is not an admirer the chinese system political Gong Post. We Waldron and Sarah n. Bay less. Frank d. Ripley and Jennie Jones. Philip j. Wilson and Mary a. Sho Laski. Absalom rambo and Martha a. Baltzly. We e. Wilson and Anna b. Guthrie. Samuel Himes and Alfretta Steiner. Fourth july Celebration. This year Dover will Excel All former efforts in having a rousing time the fourth. One the interesting features will be 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. City court proceeding. On sunday Frank Elwood Turners station was arrested for drunkenness the streets. The penalty was $5 00 and costs. Saturday night a fellow by the name Mizer from near Cambridge was arrested the charge drunkenness. He entered a plea guilty and was fined $5.00 and costs. Chicago papers Are making a bold fight for one fare rate to the worlds fair. The railroads have formed an association by which they have Manta ined a uniform rate to the fair. Another unsuccessful attempt to Rob a train in Texas. Denison tex., june 25.�?another train robbery was attempted last night a few Miles South the scene wednesday nights attack. It was the southbound Missouri Kansas amp Texas no 3 again conductor James Smith Engineer Danforth and express messenger Narner. When the train reached string town a Stop was made. When the suburbs the town were reached Engineer Danforth saw a danger signal the track but instead heeding it he opened the throttle crouched Down in the Cabin and ran Over the signal. Men were seen each Side the track before the signal was reached and a Volley was fired into the engine As it passed followed by another and another. Seventy five 100 rounds were fired. The coloured Porter was shot in the Arm and the cars were riddled with bullets. There were six train guards Board ready to defend the train if brought to a Stop. The attempt to Rob the train was made by the Dyer gang. 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 re liability 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 Ami 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 ail enquiries for detailed information. Turning the tables 011 him. From Buffalo courier Many Young men who never handled a Snow shovel walked with a baby paid a Gas Bill fitted a stove pipe Are now asking with regard to the graduating girl a can she make a pie a Batch bread a Good cup Coffee can she darn stockings As Well As a use w a Fine seam a perhaps she cannot do these things. But Many a girl that has married without a knowledge cooking sewing has turned out to be the very Best kind housekeeper. The Young Man will not need All the forbearance in the household. Lie lot 7, Dennison $150. We. Correll to Elizabeth Obermiller lot 424, Dover $1300. Daniel Kurtz to George l. H. 8. Kurtz 100 acres Goshen $5,000. John Russer to Phillip Leonhard 2 acres Goshen $1625. George Betscher to Rebecca Criswell 23-100 acres Dover. $350. New Case in common plea court. The Farmers and merchants Bank Uhrichsville is Sarah Williams. Judgment co Novit prayed for. The Farmers and merchants Bank Uhrichsville is Thomas b. Smith. Judgment co Novit. Geo Johnston is Joseph Spray and John Spray. Judgment co Novit. Geo Johnston is Sumner Spray. Judgment co Novit prayed for. Geo Johnston is John Spray. Judgment co Novit. Thomas Coleman is we v. Keepers. Injunction. Albert f. Sproesser is Samuel Hanna. Attachment. The adjourned session common pleas court for monday and tuesday was presided Over by judge Douthitt. Confirmation and the hearing motions and demurrer. A special grand jury was Impan eled tuesday to dispose the criminal cases pending against parties now confined in jail. A brighter financial Prospect. 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 June 23rd 1393. A Bond certified Check in sum $500 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. 23-w4 de. A. Walter auditor. Divorce notice. Homer Dotts whose residence is unknown will take notice that Lucinda 0. 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 f Aid Case will be for hearing and after six weeks from the first publication this notice. V. Ream her attorney. Dated May 29, 1893. 23-w6 Sale Bonds. The payment the quarterly interest the United states 4 per cent Bonds and the Pacific railway Bonds which h is due july 1, will release about $7,000, 000, now held in the United states Treasury. That amount Money will go a Long Way toward relieving the financial Stringency and Secretary Carlisle having decided to anticipate the interest payments by about two weeks the effect will be noticed sooner. There is Good reason to look for an easier Money m ret after Only 1, not alone this account but because hundreds Industrial mercantile and financial institutions Are Likely to distribute quarterly Semi annual dividends that Date soon thereafter. Many these institutions have been accumulating Money with which to pay dividends that will fall due and the effect the liberation this Money is Likely to be Felt very soon. These facts taken together with the announcement that Gold is beginning to return to this country from Europe Render the financial situation much More hopeful than it was two works a month Leader. Office the clerk the Village Newcomerstown 0., june 14th, 1893 sealed proposals will be received at the above mentioned office until the 15th Day july 1893, at 5 clock M., for the Purchase Teu Bonds one thousand dollars each bearing interest at five per cent per annul payable Semi annually and Ponds redeemable one in two years. One in three years. 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 Aud other general improvements in said Village. Pursuant to an act passed by the general Assembly. March 29th, 1892, authorizing villages net less than 1239 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 Par value. Bids should specify the number Bonds bid for the rate Premium offered the amount and 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 a m., 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 Goshen township. 26w2 Geo. 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 a to six clock a july 3rd, 1893, at John Eckerty a shoe store in said town where plans and specifications can be seen. Jolin Kaderly 26w2 chairman committee. Legal notice. Rush up to . His 10th Sale has purchaser shoe store without delay. Semi annual Clearing up begun and the earliest catches the latest bargain. Crossett a Fine $>5.00 Kangaroo lace and Congress 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. O have altogether too Many Good things to Tell you about in such a Little Corner As this but come in and a will do our Best to please you. E. Parmelee the shoe dealer East Iii ii Street new Philadelphia Ohio. Drunkenness the liquor habit positively cured by administering Haines Golden Spe Tilc. It is manufactured As a powder which can be Given in a Glass Beer a cup Coffee Tea in food without the knowledge the offi/ft11? absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy curd whether Meir Fri it Pant u a it 111,0ferate 3 Viuker u alcohol i has been Given in thousands once impregnated with the specific it become . Ohio Cincinnati 7yl a look at tiie map the route to be taken by Many visitor to the worlds fair j. Custer j. L. Cutter and f. W. Custer late court common pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio civil act . Janies Mcmullan John Tipper Peter Hurley. Thomas wag Stalf J. Bain. De Burns and William Harris whose several residences Are in Tariff Issue in Canada. Excursions in june to Points in Ohio via Pennsylvania lines. Excursion tickets will be sold at reduced round trip rates from ticket stations 011 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. Never too late to get there. From the Pittsburg Post there is a canal to be opened in Greece which has been a spell time in construction. It crosses the isthmus Corinth. Its constr action was begun in the time Nero in the first Century the Christian Era. It shortens the distance Between the countries s Western Europe and Athens. The gentle Nero first struck the Earth with a pick in building this canal but be had to go elsewhere in the Empire to attend to More pressing business in putting Down a revolt. Ten years ago modern capitalists took up the idea and the canal has been completed at a Cost $14,000,000. The platform adopted last week by the National convention the Liberal the Dominion Canada reads like a chapter from the recent political history the United states. The conservative in Power in the Dominion for the last ten twelve years resembles in its policy the Republican this country. It has fathered Protection monopolies and trusts and has been largely aided in maintaining its hold government As the Republican this Side the line by the protected beneficiaries its legislation. The resemblance is very striking. The Liberal convention at Ottawa called for the purpose declaring Ana tonal colonial policy was attended by 2,000 delegates representing constituencies in every province the Dominion. It engaged in the work preparation for the general election which will follow the dissolution the present parliament. This extract from the Resolution denouncing the Tariff policy the existing government has a familiar sound. We the Liberal Canada in convention assembled declare that the customs Tariff should be based not As it now is upon the Protection principle but upon requirements the Public service that the existing Tariff founded upon an unsound principle and used As it has been by the government As a corrupting Agency wherewith to keep themselves in office has developed monopolies trusts and combinations it has oppressed the masses to the enrichment a few. Then it is declared that to a promote Domestic and foreign Trade and accelerate the return Prosperity the Tariff should be reduced to the needs honest economical and efficient government that it should be so adjusted As to make free Bear As lightly As possible upon the necessaries life and should be so arranged As to promote free Trade with the whole world and More particularly with great Britain and the United Post. 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, wit i 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. 26w6 j. H. Barnhill atty for ply offs. Reduced rates to Pittsburg via Pennsylvania lines june 23d 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. P details apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent. The Farmer and the Man newspaper records 22 july. Monthly statement averages from past years observations observer Stewart the weather Bureau does not know what kind weather Pittsburgh will have to contend against next month but he knows the kind weather which has prevailed during the 22 july past by observation taken at the Pittsburgh station. The warmest july which has preceded the coming one in that Many years was that 1887, when the average temperature for the month was81� the coldest in 1891, with an average 70�. The highest july temperature was in 1881, when the Themi Oeter registered 103�, and the lowest in 1885, when it showed 50�. The greatest monthly precipitation which was in 1887, was 9.51 inches least 1.99 inches in 1882.�?Pittsburgh Post. Transfers real estate. For Sale several thorough bred English mastiff pups at a very reasonable prices. Address the times office. E. W. Steinbaugh to j Ohn Graff lot 61, Blakes Mills $125.00. John s. Yoder to John Steinebrey. 47 so rods. Sugar Creek $10.00 we. W. Porter to Janies h. Mcconnell \ 10 and 76-100 acres Mill twp., $1000. James h. Mcconnell to George h. Porte Rund $ 10 76-100 acres Mill twp., $500. We. Clark to Doratha Denner part lots 463 and 464, new Philadelphia $650. Joshua Polen to Hira e. Polen part lot 2, Dover $400. Alexander and Davidia Frazer to c. D. Grimes Goshen $1,300. Casper Singhaus to Henry Singhaus 58-100 acres new Philadelphia $400. J. J. Renkert to Martha v. Shaw lot 302. Dover $1,800. The directors evangelical Church to George Haas lot 13 Strasburg $450. Clark s. Harvey to Frank d. Dawson lot 43 Uhrichsville $175. Geo. W. Fulton to Amra Hostetler lot 6, Shanesville $1115. George e. Schindler to Christianna Unsderfer lot 44 Tuscarawas $575.00. A. J. Onstine to Madison Castor lot 37, Neil Comertown $125.00. Henry l. Savidge to we. Mclean lot 1, new Philadelphia $850. Eckfield amp Johnson to Samuel Deys a new departure Short line to Chicago commencing May 28, the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling r. Co will inaugurate a new service from Wheeling Martins ferry Bridgeport Bellaire and intermediate Points to Chicago. A Wagner Palace sleeping car will leave Wheeling train no. 38. At 1.50 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 M., reaching Wheeling at 1.50 Train no. 36 leaving Wheeling at 5. 40 a. Central Standard time connects at Elyria with Lake Shore no. 5, reaching Toledo at 1.55 Chicago at 9 Returning leave Chicago at 11.30 M., arrive at Wheeling at 7.45 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 Leave Chicago at 7.45 M., and 11.30 Arrive Chicago 9.00 M., and 7.45 a. Arrive new Philadelphia at 10.57 a. M., and 4.55 W. Woodford general mgr. C. S. Belknap travelling pass at. J. E. Terry g. F. Amp A. The c. L. Amp w. R., has put a Sleeper that leaves Wheeling at 1-50 M., arrives at new Philadelphia 4-41 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. Many men think newspaper men Are persistent runners. By Way comparison let a 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. Soon 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 cause for persistent labor Tribune. Port Washington. Eva and Minnie Porter daughters Hon. H. H. Porter Are visiting the worlds fair. The moravian Church will hold an ice Cream festival the fourth july for the Benefit the Church. Mrs. Erastus Fidler and Little daughter Are visiting relatives in Chicago. Adam c. Stocker alter several weeks illness is Able to be about town. Jacob Retzler a Well to do Farmer residing three Miles South town who has been ill for some time and was not expected to live is at this writing re ported to be much better we Trust he will soon recover from his Llanes and be spared for Many years to i family and Many friends. Lawrence Benton newcomers town visited wit ii relatives Here last week. Mrs. Sarah e. Mill spent sunday with her son Robert Hill. The citizens port Washington Are preparing to have a grand time the fourth july it will be such a time As the people this place have not witnessed for Many years. The program consists Borse racing bicycle racing sack and tub racing climbing the greased pole Etc., tire works in tiie evening. We noticed the editor the times in town saturday. Mrs. E. E. Switzer and two children Minneapolis minn., Are spending several weeks with her father William Anderson. On their Way Home they will attend the columbian exposition. Erwood a circus is to show Here tuesday july 25th. Asbury Nons went Home intoxicated sunday afternoon and dinner not being prepared he became enraged and broke the dishes beat his wife and Tore the clothing his sixteen year old daughter and beat his Little son John. Our marshal took him to new Phila almost any map the United states shows the location Pittsburgh Cincinnati Louisville Ami other Largo Cit its. F rom each the three cities draw a straight line to Chicago. The line drawn from Pittsburgh will touch at Salem Alliance Canton Massillon Ooster Mansfield Cresiline Bucyrus Ama and \ an. Wert Ohio it. Wayne Columbia City Warsaw Plymouth and \ Valparaiso ind. That from Cin Ciuha 1 i will traverse thickly settled portion the southwestern part Ohio and run the Enid re length Indiana from Southeast to Northwest touching at Hamilton and Eaton Ohio Richmond Hagerstown new castles Anderson i Wood Kokomo logansport1 Winamac Crown Point ind. The line from Louisville will Pas through the entire length the Loosier state and m its course would touch Columbus Franklin Indianapolis and Logansport. A Fin drawn from Pittsburgh through Columbus Olio to Chicago would incline slightly the southward and 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 rom 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 tiie 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 Mth 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 .50th, and tiie 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 Aud return coupons will be valid for continuous passage Only. Nonstop Over allowed. Any Tieke agent the Pennsylvania lines will cheerfully furnish detailed information regarding rates time trains Etc. The recent extensive improvements the Pennsylvania lines fur the event in question make them the desirable thoroughfares to Chicago from the territory traversed by them. The through time from every station is exceptionally fast and the first class train service a lords every desired convince for an enjoyable trip. For desirable lot Ray Street Good location and Good size Lenry Bowers polite the residence Call s. Moore agent. Of world fair the chichi go via Best route the Pennsylvania lines. Commencing april 25th, worlds fair excursion tickets to Chicago will be sold from All ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines. Consistent reductions m fare will be made and Sale tickets will continue daily until october 3oth, inclusive. Return coupons will be valid until november 5th. Any Pennsylvania line ticket agent will furnish details upon application. Bovi wonder Price $1.00. On. 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 Chamberlain s Eye and ointment. A certain cure for chronic sore eyes Tetter Salt Rheum scald head old chronic sores fever sores eczema itch Prairie scratches Soro nipples and piles. It is Cooling and soothing. Hundreds cases have been cured by it after All other treatment had failed. It is put up in. 25 Anc. Go cent boxes forsake by . Miller amp son druggists. Delphia. N. Spring Bros., is the place to bring Najr 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 lines. In 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 21th. Any desired information can be obtained from your nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent

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