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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 22, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. T Imes. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday March 22, 1894. Number 13. A it ovine comment. Local melange. The Story so often repeated of the consolidation of the Lake Erie amp Wheeling Railroad with the Cleveland Lorain a Wheeling is again on the rounds. This time the Story starts via Cincinnati. Jet every Democrat in Goshen township As Well As in new Philadelphia do his utmost for the ticket this Spring. We have a Good ticket and there is no reason Why it should not have the full support of the a tin Pollard Breckenridge imbroglio is becoming As Rich and racy As the Heneher Tilton scandal years ago. From present indications and a evidence Kentucky. Representatives morals Are not becoming As a True Southern gentlemen. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Court will Convene april 3rd. Job printing at the times office. Thu a look at Joss and. Business. H. A. Parm Kajee the woodworker. The times and n. Y. World $1.65. Mrs. Russell and m iss Schoch Are in Pittsburg. Mens suspenders 10 cents a pair at or. John Wetter of Dundee was in town on tuesday and remembered the Printer with a Cash payment. He thinks the publisher earns his Money and should have it. V judges and clerks great things were blocked out by D. Harter in the Mansfield District but Bis love for Protection has made him a dead failure. The state a can Well be rid of him. Lie blossomed out with great Promise bloomed and withered quickly. Tata Mike. The woman a Ohio legislator Eye completely suffrage Bill in the tas received a Black knocked out. The Bill was rejected by a vote 45 to 35 in its favor. The ladies will have to wait awhile Ere they can vote. It is a Republican legislature you know. _ governor Waite of Colorado is stigmatized by the Denver press As an anarchist. He wanted two members of the fire and police Hoard of Denver removed and was restrained by injunction from the District court. He then called out the militia and threatened to remove them by Force. An exciting time was the result but he stayed hostilities and no blood was shed. Denver is making history these Days. The legislature last week a the biennial session Bill but claimed they could not legally change the salary of the present incumbents. Our would be Republican reformers in Ohio will continue to draw their i salaries for half services for it is not g. Senhauser a sons. 12-3. Alberta Williams is with friends in this City. Shows Are getting scarce and far Between. A tis Well. Noah Beechy is building a Fine residence on Tuscarawas Avenue. V. Ream returned tuesday from a trip to Illinois on Legal business or. Hugh Mitchell of Cleveland is visiting his father h. K. Mitchell in this City. The county teachers Examina Tion will be held in this City on saturday March 24th. The Sharp Bros Are erecting a dwelling on the old opera House grounds. Still a few dozen of those 5 pair of a Quarter socks left at g. Sen Hauser set pc sons. 12-3. Three old soldiers of this City have crossed the dark River recently. They Are dropping out rapidly. Do not forget to glance at the Legal notices on another Page. It May be of interest to you. Get some of those Fine Green Mountain potatoes for Sale at Spring bros., new Philadelphia. 11-3 we. Winters and daughter of Steubenville spent Sabbath with his brother Rev. I. S. Winters. The health authorities contemplate an examination trip shortly. How clean Are the alleys and Back lots save Money by buying dry goods i at j. H. Kinsey a. 13-2 miss Vena Veasy accompanied by her Cousin miss Morgan returned to her Home in Pittsburg tuesday. Window shades on Spring rollers Likely a single one of them will turn into the state Treasury the unearned 30 and 39 cents each at Burnside a portion. It is an open question i Bazaar. It will pay to see them. 13-2 whether the state would not he bet a miss Inez Fischel who has been off to pay their salaries and hold no superintending the millinery depart sessions at All. The Treasury would ment of Spring Brothers will return not have the a cramps so had. To her Home in Orrville this week. Of Tuscarawas county for the elections to be held april 2. 1894. The following persons have been we have just received an elegant appointed judges and clerks in the line of dress goods carpets lace cur different corporation elections to be gains Spring wraps and capes at Low hold in Tuscarawas county on april prices. Call and see. 1894. The first named judge will be 13-2 j. H. Kinsey. He presiding judge j. B. Taylor has sold his interest do Kra precinct l in the shoe store to his partner John a Cott a v. W a my the big Johnson steel works co have taken an option on a tract of land at Lorain Ohio and May locate their new $3,000,boo Plant on it. If so located a Boom for the town would surely follow. Huron and Cleveland Are competitors also for the location. Tin in us is How these m Otee a can afford to it Uil a no face of tie dire ealam jeans predict mob a administration. Will can friends please exr t wonder to d industries in the item lib socratic Ell by i n a t i lain. Wynn e War in i most of a i i \ speech Twenty the Soldi ing goner on the pen top notch of j close to $00,0 0,. To statistics ver soldiers being dead of $151,000,000 for pensions was passed by the democratic House on tin rears ago 1 of the lat 1 Lii Field of appropriation said the Ision Roll would reach now according one half of tie an appropriation 15th inst. It Era tic party i it is estimated $200,000,000 will a looks like tin Domo robbing the soldiers. To claims needed Accord ill now filed. V Call and see the line of bicycles at Geiser amp Kuenzli. 13-2 i Barnesville a citizens will vote in tin coming municipal election to find out whether they will have a $5. fire department or not. All the latest novelties in mens and boys hats and Caps at lowest prices. J. Senhauser amp sons. 12-3. The g. A. R. Boys made diligent search for the body of Comrade Bush who was drowned in the River but have failed to find the body. Mrs. Hopkins never rip knee pants at g. Senhauser amp sons. 12-3. The next meeting of the Steubenville presbytery w ill he held in new Philadelphia beginning on tie third monday in april at 7 30 p. If you want a Good prepared paint try Billings Taylor amp co. At Geiser amp Kuenzli. 13-2 the general conference of the E. Church is to be held in Cleveland in May. Cleveland is a convenient Viv the year 1900 Point and has Good hotel accommodations. The town of Lorain Ohio offers $10,-0 with land to any company for a dry Dock and ship building Plant. They claim an excellent Harbor there. Burnside has a Beautiful line of lace curtains from 49 cents a pair and up they Are beauties. 13-2 Rev. B. Price of the railway Chapel at Dennison exchanged pulpits with Rev. J. C. Kreusch of the presbyterian Church of the City on sunday last. South Bend chilled plows Are the Best for Sale at Geiser amp Kuenzli. 13-2 mrs. Harry Gould made a trip to Cleveland on Friday last where she purchased a handsome grand piano of the Everett make. Rev. John Huston better known As a father Huston a a methodist divine Well known through this Section of the state died at his songs Home at East Liverpool on the 12th inst. Many teachers will go to Franklin College new Athens Ohio. Next term begins april 7th 7 courses. A clouding Normal Cost less than elsewhere catalogue free. 12-4 Eckert. He has not decided yet As to what he will engage in. Or. Taylor is a Good business Man honest and upright and w e we ish him Success in w whatever he May choose As a vocation. G. Senhauser amp sons Are Selling boys Short pants suits at 55, 65, 75, and 85 cents a suit. Good w carers at that. Have you Ever heard of anything so cheap Call and see them. 12-3. Praise service next sunday afternoon at the a Quot. C. A. Rooms 3 p. At this meeting wre would like to see All the Young men and ladies mothers and fathers present. The service will be conducted by we. Pope. Normal department of the new Philadelphia business College opens april 3. Send for circulars. 11-4 aluminium dimes Are now being w idely circulated. The coins Are of the finest specimens of counterfeiting Ever seen and Are so nearly perfect that none other than an expert can to detect them except by comparison. They have a Clear ring and the Only flaw is in the milling. Death of miss Zellers. Miss Zellers an aged Maiden lady who lived on 3rd Street died Friday last. She formerly lived in the country but for the past few years has resided in town. Lafe Giggle and family occupied a part of her dwelling and gave her what attention w As necessary. Miss Zellers was possessed of considerable property. Having no heirs she w filled tiie dwelling property in which she resided Worth $1600 to mrs. Lafe Giggle also the household goods. The remainder of her property consisting of 69 acres of land about $500 in Money and a mortgage and note Worth in All near $3,000, she gave to the following churches to be divided equally the lutheran presbyterian German reformed and United Brethren All of this City. Henry Booth was named As her executor. She was possessed of a kind disposition and was a conscientious Christian woman. She was Horn in Wirtemburg Germany and came to the United states about 60 years ago and was about 70 years old. She and we As buried in the new Philadelphia cemetery on sunday. Easter hats Ait bonnets Are now on display. Having just returned from the City with a full line of the latest novelties. Watch for the Date of the opening. 13-1 Mattie Meanor. An american murderer when Lead to execution in Nineteen out of Twenty cases walks w Ith pah face faltering Steps and a crushed soul to the Gallows. Not so with the French anarchist. 1i< expresses no regret hut glories in the deed he has done. He sings a song or utters a shout of Triumph and would if he could kiss the knife that cuts off his head and there a thousands about who would if they dared dip their handkerchiefs in 11is blood. Or in other w ords his ignominious death is surrounded with a Halo of martyrdom when had he been respite he would have been forgotten. He is pretty sure to have plenty of imitators. The american people cannot really he called lovers of War hut there is a disappointment that the brazilian civil War should terminate without giving the dynamite guns a Chance to be demonstrated. Since the invention of these terrible implements of warfare there has been no Opportunity to give them a real test in actual service. It was expected that when the War opened in Brazil and several of these agencies we it taken thither the world would keep water to see w hat would happen and the interest Lias been kept up to fever Lieut by dispatches telling of impending Battles on the sea when the monster destroyers w Ere to he used. Word comes now of hostilities ceasing and Harbinger of peace will once More hover Over our Younki sister Republic. The efficiency of the dynamite gun will lie dormant until some other nation will undertake to demonstrate its destructive methods. Sudden death. Thomas Smith who was the grandson of the late Thomas Moore died suddenly at the residence of Cin Darella Green on Tuscarawas Avenue about 9 of clock sunday night. Tommy had been a Little unbalanced in mind and Wras at the Asylum in Columbus for some time past. He came Home last w Eek having been discharged from the Asylum. On saturday lie went to tha residence of mrs. Green where he remained until he died. Coroner Dow Ney Wras notified and monday morning he had the body removed to the undertaking rooms of Mcelroy amp Linn. A postmortem was held monday evening. Some Little constitutional affection of the brain Wras noticed. One kidney w As found badly congested and it was the opinion of the doctors that his death was caused by effects of uraemic Poison. The remains w Ere buried tuesday in the new Philadelphia cemetery followed by a Large number of friends accompanied by the great Eastern hand of which lie was a a number. Why Send off for Green Mountain potatoes when you can get them so much cheaper at Spring Brothers new Philadelphia. Secure them at once As our Stock is limited. 11-3 the other Day a Large Iron works at Trenton n. J. Made a reduction ill their wages. The firm being Cooper Hewitt amp co. In commenting upon the reasons for it or. Hewitt said it was due to the prevailing business depression which caused heavy losses last year. The business Elmer grim died at the residence of his father Solomon grim sunday of consumption. He leaves a wife and five children but has not been living with them for several years. He w As buried tuesday. Or. Sigrist one of our prominent Young physicians is getting on nicely in his profession. We Are glad to know that our Young men Are coming to the front in their chosen professions. Sex judge Pearce of the common pleas Bench and sex probate judge Lemon have formed a partnership in the Law profession. They will make a Good team. Or. George Mathias of Oldtown finished sowing his Oats on the 13th, and claims to have thus eclipsed his neighbors. George is one of the hustling Farmers. You will make a mistake if Vou sides Bazaar. He has the nicest line in the City. Call and examine. 13-2 depression he said could he traced a. M 1 1 i n u n done to but your w All paper at Burn Hack to the Mckinley Hill. A a i lie 1 1 country could stand almost anything except a Mckinley Hill. Ever since that Hill was passed wages have speaking of the probable effect of the Wilson Bill on business interests he said anything that would do away with present uncertainty would he Good. A business interests Are waiting for a something definite so that men can know where they As regards the Iron Lewis Cook a labourer at the pipe w works and a resident of Allenton ii or West Philadelphia died monday morning about 5 of clock of kidney trouble. He w As aged about40 years and leaves a wife. Buried to Day wednesday. The late quarterly conference of the United Brethren Church in this interests he said that not even tree City elected t lie following persons As Trade would Hurt the Carnegie Busi trustees. J. T. Diefenbacher a l Ness and that if tree Trade did not Hathaway j. Custer or. Ager close out the new Jersey company h. E. Cole Wesley Rosenberry Anc Carnegie would he regards the Adam Rummel. Prompt passage of the Wilson Bill As j la be. Should engage rooms the most important thing for Busi j Franklin College new Athens Ohio Ness now now at $3.00 per week. get use to it. George Mercer cannot understand Why the republicans of Cadiz took from him the office of Village marshal. George is a wounded Soldier for whom the republicans fairly gush with sympathy in the autumn and being unable to perform hard labor the office was quite an assistance to him. He says that Hoke Smith took but two dollars a month from him but the republicans of Cadiz robbed him of the whole a shooting match some $200 a year. George done to want to hear anything More about a choke Smith from these folks w to Are a so fond of the wounded Soldier a As their action toward him show s that their sympathy is All a poppy Sentinel. Farmers look out for them. An Exchange says that a number of Farmers in Brown county this state Are after the lightning Rod agents who have induced them to sign contracts which later on proved to he full fledged notes. Lightning never has to strike More than once in the same place hut the festive lightning Rod agent it seems strikes w Hen and w Here and As often As he pleases. There Are Alwy ays a lot of Farmers Well to do who will not heed the injunctions Given them by their local papers. Look out for them. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remain unclaimed in this office and will he sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by april 2, 1894. James bit till trios Bigler Mattie Forbes Mary grow. J. Davis Sarah Gray Frau Caroline Schmidt j. H. Newton l. Meg Rae Frank Moran and Geo. Quigley please say a a advertised when asking for above. D. Wyss p. A Chris Bence i Augustus Wass Man 1. Clerks Charles Koltz a j. A. Slingluff i. Dover precinct 8. Judges a. D. T. Bold We. Kepler i u. C. Deardoff B. Of Bomgardner Clerks Jesse 1. Baker Alfred Gerber. Dover precinct 3. Judges a. G. Roy J. L. Morris Fred Wenz. D. C. J. Me lain George Hoopengarner Clerks John Strickmaker red. S. Boles Dover precinct 4. Judges Daniel Zimmerman Christ Field I. S. Sherman R. Hiccox Clerks Emanuel Amick W. C. Lloyd Goshen precinct 1. Judges Pat Callanan Christ Coppersmith William ride Baugh c. Ewarner i. Clerks Karl a. Wolf i a Darst Goshen precinct 8 judges Silas Compton i same a Bedwell Larensen Kelley A. A. Stermer Clerks a. Scott Keplinger a. Charles Ellis i. Goshen precinct 3. Judges a. I. Grimes Trios. J. Fribley Frank stowed same a Mil Mig i. Clerks Geo. Sharp Howard Yeagley i. Goshen precinct 5. Judges a Bales Mitchner i George w. Daugherty i f. R. To Mig Geo. Hephinger Clerks William Winch Chas. Mathews Gos hex precinct g. Judges de. C. Browne John Burry De. Hurst i n. W. Sen Hauser Clerks Homer Ream 1 i. A. Correll Goshen Barnhill. Judges a. Beatty Henry Hesser 1 w. W. Herron W. F. Treacle Clerks a. W. Penick William Davy 1. Uhrichsville precinct 1. Judges James Anderson. A i. H. Johnson Geo. La port Jefferson Schoonover Clerks i. K. Benson i Frank Shafer Uhr1chsyilee�?precinct 8. Judges a. T. Forbes William Rusk George Oliver James Guthrie Clerks John Lineberger i Al j. Moore Uhrich8ville-p precinct 3. Judges a. A Greenlee De. P. Uhrich Jos. Mcclintock i John Timmerman i. Clerks Wesley Brunner Elmer Utterbach a. Dennison precinct 1. Judges John Hines Robert Woods i John Giles W. J. Anderson Clerk Milton Fleming ii h. A. Wright 1. Dennison precinct 2, judges we. P. Metcalf Elijah Mccullough. Ii. Joseph k. Healea i Geo. Graham i it. Clerk Joseph Johnson i by. K. Lollor N e in do lbs town. Judges a. S. Pocock I. Hess i Georg Barnett 1. Laub Clerk a. I. Longshore i F. Baxter Port washing on. Judges Samuel Slade . Price John Price i Charles Schupp 1. Clerks we. A. Gold Mineral City. Judges John Puncheon i c. E. Brothers in. Lechner Henry Walter Clerks a. Bender W. B. Kiri Imell 1. Tuscarawas. Judges a. C. Minnich Jos. Barr E. S. Russel i n. Hert Clerks Theo. Senft Trios. Benner i it. Zoar. Judges a Jacob Kummerle Gottlieb Seitz i Charles f. Sylvan David Harr Clerks Peter Bimeler i it a. Ker Lierer The following Are the vacancies in last Falls township judges Henry Ottenheimer d., place of Jacob Horn precinct 1, Dover w. H. Keplinger r., place Val Wentz precinct 1, Dover Elmer Slutts r., place h. P. Williams Fairfield John w. Hill i place Geo. No. Finney precinct 1, Dennison Frank Browning i place h. A. Wright precinct 1, Dennison Frank Haskins r., place Walton precinct 3, Uhrichsville John Wherley i place a. Milliken Rush township Charles Sattler a precinct 1, Sandy township win. Minnis r., precinct 2, Sandy township John j. Behold i precinct 2, Sandy township Sam Flickinger r., precinct 2, Sandy township s. P. Marks i precinct 2, Sandy Tow a slip Harvey Richardson 1 clerk precinct 2, Sandy township Hiram a. Cable r., clerk precinct 2, Sandy township l. D. Work r., place Joshua Leggett Union George Anderson place T. Benner Warwick Pete Lenhart r., place j. I. Straw la York township David Barclay place la red Cappel precinct 2, Dennison. New cases it common pleas court. The incorporated Village of Mineral City is Geo. J. Markley. Injunction proceedings. Simon j. Beck is Joseph junk ins. Equitable Relief in the adjustment of liens &c., prayed for. C. C. Forney treas. Is Nicholas Winkler. Action for taxes. Francis King is we. Fashbaugh suit for damages. John Kleiniger is Rudolph Witwer adm. Suit on claim. Francis King is Jacob damage suit. Francis King is Charles Sparks. Suit for damages. C. Graf is Fust Goeler. Action on promissory note. Edward i. Kaldenbaugh is John Pyle it Al. Injunction proceeding to restrain the administrator from Selling real estate on which plaintiff holds a mortgage. The Dennison and Uhrichsville b. Amp l. Co. Is we. T. Bosley. Foreclosure of Lien. Rose g. Wolf is John f. Wolf. Suit for Alimony. Jonas Snyder is Isaac Bixler it Al. Attachment proceedings. Emma l. Bra Shaw is Geo. No. Bradshaw. Divorce prayed for on the ground of adultery. A. Graf is Peter Goeler. Action on promissory note. Annie Porter is we. S. Porter. Divorce prayed for on the ground of wilful absence for More than three years. Our Rural neighbors what they Are doing in this Busy world of strife. Shanesville. The Farmers Are plow ing for their Spring crops and everybody is making Garden. Frank Naragon Lias moved into Taylor a House. The y. P. S. Of c. E. Will conduct an blaster service in the reformed Church sunday evening. John Spealman and his lady Friend w Ere out horseback Riding sunday afternoon. Rev. Rice is conducting a series of meetings in the lutheran Church this week. Some of the boys did not positively know what to do sunday afternoon but to go fishing. A very Good Way to employ your time on sunday boys. grand and Petit juries. Following Are the names of the grand and Petit jurors drawn to serve during the next term of common pleas court. The grand jury will report tuesday morning april 3, 1894, at 9 of clock and the Petit jury at 9 of clock a m., tuesday april 10th 1894. Grand jury. A. W. Emanuel Allen Lee Nelson Charles Carruthers Washington j. R. George Welty b. John Isaac Benjamin John Ayne g e o James Petit jury. Jesse Winklepleck Sugarcreek Rudolph Lambert John Calvin j. h. G. Little Oxford j. T. Morgan w. H. w. G. Henry w. B. Mcabee Lee F. j of n B. John Joseph C. now is your time to buy lots. Great reduction on the Price of desirable building lots 0110 one of the Best streets in Tow n. Nice lots for nearly half of the former Price. This is a decided break in Price to suit the Dull times. Done to fail to Call on me if you w ant to buy. 13�?tf John a. Himes. 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 Al skin eruptions and positively cure piles or 110 pay required. It is Guai anted to give perfect satisfaction 01 Money refunded. Price 250 per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller it pc son. Admiral Ben Ham is just the Man to go to Blu Fields. He is not afraid of Bluffs. Gilmore. Mrs. Benj. Roberts of Paoli and Cousin from Cleveland visited Flem. Roberts and family last w Eek. Or. Gooding and w Ife visited relatives in new Philadelphia last w Eek. Theo. Lanni Gand family of Dennison Are visiting Here. Miss Mollie Young is 011 the sick list at present. Samuel Beltz of Uhrichsville is visiting his sister mrs. D. N. Fowler. I. B. Rankin and w Ife spent sunday with the latter a father Stephen Johnson 011 Watson Creek. J. Johnson has sold his property to Jno. Alton and contemplates removing to Newcomerstown soon. Prof. B. L. George delivered an interesting Sermon Sabbath evening. Born to Jesse Mcmillin and w Ife sunday March 18th, a son. Frank Kinsey and wife visited relatives near port Washington several Days last we Eek. A bitter real estate transfers. Chas. W. Miller to Stephen b. Simmons strip of land Dennison. $900. William t. Wright to Robert j. Reid 12 acres Union $500. Sarah e., and Alvin t. Leech to Anna Morris lot 22, Dennison $2,000, Nicholas Hert to Emmet w. Slier or lot 10, Tuscarawas $1,000. A. And Lena stauffer to Frederick Wentz 74 1-5 acres Franklin $2,964. Fred Wentz to John Paulus 74 1-5 acres Franklin $2,800. John Paulus to Frederick Wentz lot 26 and South a 27, Philipsburg $1,300. Sheriff Adams to James f. Evans 123 7-10 acres Sandy $4,925. Christian Coppersmith to Geo. L. Tinker 4 1-10 acres Goshen $750. John j. Miller to Frederick alpe ter lot 4, Dover $1,500. William Noftsker to Sarah Walton he acre Goshen $100. Sarah Walton to Mary Noftsker 1 acre Goshen $500. Washington Boreland to Clarence i a. Carroll land Goshen $2,000. Mary Williams heirs to James Mulvane strip land newcomers town $800. Moses Miller to David p. Shutt lot 67, Shanesville $1,600. Westchester. Editor times a As your valuable paper finds its w a into Many intelligent households wre thought it Well to have our Village and Community represented in your columns. Blaster is coming. An blaster entertainment will he held att Lieres byte rain Church 011 saturday evening March 26th, 1894. Protracted meeting is in Progress at the E. Church Rev. Edwy Ards pastor. It is to be hoped that much Good May result. T. G. Grear our genial merchant from Uhrichsville is doing a Lively business and wre learn he has bought the new store room of n. Crawford and is going to remain with us we learn that or. I. Lanning is going to remove to Tippecanoe the 1st of april we Here he has bought a farm. Our town will then have no physician and it is hoped some Good physician w ill locate Here soon. Prof. N. Crawford closed his school at Stillwater some Days ago with an entertainment at night quite a number from Here who were once his scholars attended and gave a performance called pumpkin Ridge. They All report a grand time. C. L. Swy aim closed his school 011 last la riday and started monday for Ada to attend Normal school. Prof. Green who taught our Village school has been rust Cating on farm since he closed school. The political heaps Are beginning to pop up 011 every Corner. The democrats and republicans have each nominated the following ticket for trustees j. O. Shontz James Lindon Assessor p. Packer T. J. Murphy i clerk John Smith A. S. Lanning. The conventions we Ere Well attended. N. Crawford who has served As township clerk for the past six years made a w Ell timed speech to the Republican convention refusing to be renominated. He thanked the people who had stood by him so nobly in the past As he had always tried to do what he thought to be his duty. I place As clerk will lie hard to fill. Many of our Young men Are going to seek a livelihood near new Phila Delphia w e done to know we Hether its the girls or the dollars that draw them hut wre think it both. Resolutions of respect. At a meeting of the business men of new Philadelphia held March 14, 1894, the follow ing preamble and resolutions were adopted whereas on sunday the 11 inst., Chas. C. Welty an esteemed citizen and honoured representative of the business interests of our City was bid to enter the portals of death and to take upon himself the Mantle of eternity with gods supreme gift to Mankind immortality a e place this tribute 011 record in memory to our departed Friend and co labourer. Resolved that wre recognize in the death of our Friend the loss of a valued coir onion and the Wise counsels of a far seeing and careful Man of business. Resolved that we will Ever hold in fondest memory the honest Sterling qualities of our Friend As a citizen a business Man and Christian trusting that his Short life with us May he for the betterment of his friends who invite these lines. Resolved that we express our deepest sympathy for his widow and children and Pray that god May watch Over them to that degree which is the Hope of the Christian. Resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to his family and that they be published in the papers of our cite. W. W. Bowers j John Burry committee John a. Zeeb committee. Edware w. Dick a democratic ticket to be voted on. Democratic corporation. For mayor Leroy Mcgregor. For clerk John b. Read. For councilmen Adam Zeeb John Myers Leroy Springer la or treasurer George Kaserman. For marshal John w. Shull. For cemetery director George w. Kni8ely. For Street commissioner James Reardon from Washington. Democratic township ticket for trustee Frederick Graff. For clerk John w. Kron. For constables. Frank Goudy William Green John w Shull. For supervisor precinct 3, Lincoln Stocksdale. For assessor precinct 2 and 6, James k. Bowers for assessor precinct 3 and 5, William Hall Raspberry plants for Sale. About ,30,000 of four of the Best varieties. For particulars inquire 01 address we. Judy 11-4 new Philadelphia o. A vast Plant. It is not generally known what a vast Plant it requires to publish and circulate a metropolitan newspaper. The Chicago inter Ocean has in its circulating department alone nearly one Hundred men and women not to mention the carriers who deliver the paper to All parts of the City before breakfast every morning. It May be mentioned that 110 kind of weather however severe is permitted to interfere we Ith this delivery in any Way. Of this Large Force about one half of them work through the Day at Ordinary office or clerical we Ork and the other half begin late at night and work until about Daylight preparing and addressing the wrappers counting and wrapping the papers a a routing and mailing the bundles. Their work is of the most difficult nature and is done in the quickest possible manner and yet so w Ell is it done that it Seldom happens that a single bundle or paper of its immense edition of nearly 100,000 reaches its destination on other than the right train my at the right time unless delayed by Accident. The system is wonder Ful and its operation almost perfect. The strongest recommendation that any article can have is the endorsement of the mothers of the town. When the mothers recommend it you May know that the article has More than Ordinary Merit. Here is what the Centerville South Dakota citizen says editorially of an article sold in their town a a from personal experience w e can say that chamberlains cough remedy has broken up bad colds for our children. We Are acquainted with Many mothers in Centerville who would not be w without it 11 the House for a Good Many times its Cost and Are recommending it every 500 bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son specimen cases. S. H. Clifford new Cassel wis., was troubled w Ith neuralgia and rheumatism his stomach was disordered his liver was affected to an alarming state of degree appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of electric bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd Harrisburg 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years standing. Used three bottles of electric bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen a Arnica Salve Aud his leg is sound and Well. John speaker Catawba had five Large fever sores 011 his leg doctors Saiu he was incurable. One bottle electric bitters and one Box Bucklen a Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by f. C. Miller amp son. Marriage permits. Martin e Clapper Clara c. Calen Dine. John a. Long Josephine work. Sheridan a. Emerson Annie o. Sells. Louis Berndt Lena Notter. Henry Shroyer Emma Fisher. Thos. E.Hawk�?Mollie c. Strass 40,000 Hank posts for Sale. Inquire at this office. Of. Leave orders for Peacock Coal with p. H. Read in township building. 1-24 you will need a new hat Feather color the old one any color Rich Bright and fast we Ith magic dyes 100 at Gentsch a drug store. Rev. J. T. Smith will deliver to of his famous lectures in the Baptist Church thursday and Friday even Ings March 22 and 23. Subject a Egypt and the holy land. These lectures will lie illustrated by the use of the Ster Optican. Between seventy five and one Hundred View will be thrown 011 canvass. An Opportunity will thus he Given to visit All the prominent places in Italy Greece Egypt and the holy land admission to the two lectures 35< single admission 250. Or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer recommended by us for nerve troubles sleeplessness Etc. $1 bottles at Gentsch a drug store. An Exchange says that a each chop chips a Chip each and adds Trade. The sharper tie axe the larger the Chip. The More effective the and the be the results. Its the last chop thai fells the tree. To its effectiveness is added that of All that have gone before. So also it is the last and that is most effective. Had it not been for the first Chip the last could not have been Cut. If it could the effect would have been nil. So too with the last and. It w As smaller than the first and Cost less but it felled the tree of Success scattering branches of Prosperity Over ground that was Bare before. Low rates to the West. If you Are going beyond Chicago to any Point West North West or South West you will make no mistake in purchasing your tickets via the Chicago Milwaukee it pc St. Paul railway. It is the Only running solid Vestibule electric lighted steam heated trains with the finest dining sleeping and compartment cars in tie world also free reclining chair cars Between Chicago Council Bluffs and Omaha and Chi Cage St. Paul and Minneapolis. For the san Francisco mid Winter fair excursion tickets will he sold to san Francisco Colton san Jose los Angeles and san Diego. Cal., at reduced rates Good until july 15th 1894, write to we. Kelly jr., travelling passenger age to 14 Exchange Street Buffalo n. Y. For one of their new maps of the United states say to we hat Point you desire going also if you will have any household goods to ship and he will name you lowest rates for passengers and freight. Senator Peffer says the populists must continue in the Middle of the Road. If they done to they Are liable to get lost in the Woods. Notes tersely told of the happening at the nations Capitol. Well the expected has happened the Senate has passed the Bland Hill for the coinage of the seigniorage in the Treasury without amendment and the measure is now in the hands of president Cleveland. It we As Well known that when this matter we As first broached the president thought it an unwise step to take and so stated to members of Congress but he has been careful to express no opinion since the Bill has been pending in Congress now those who Are usually we Ell informed express the belief that the president will in preference to the Large number of democrats who voted for the Bill in both House and Senate allow the Bill to become a Law without his signature thus giving them the Benefit of the doubt in his mind As to the Wisdom of the Bill. The democratic members of the Senate finance committee had to resort to the very unusual expedient of asking the committee to adopt a Resolution pledging each member to secrecy we Hile the Tariff Bill is under consideration before they could Stop the making Public by the Republican senators of everything said and done at the committee meetings. Since the adoption of that Resolution very Little has leaked out of the committee room. The democrats on the committee wish in accordance with senatorial custom to reach an agreement with the republicans on the committee As to when the Hill shall be reported and when the Senate shall begin its consideration. This they have up to this time been unable to do own ing to the unreasonable demands of the republicans who act As though they represented the majority instead of the minority. The democrats we ill wait until next week and if the republicans continue obstinate will then report the Hill and make their own arrangements As to w Hen the debate shall begin. The democrats on the committee Are still confident that the Hill will become a Law by june 30. It May he necessary to change the wording of the Tariff Hill which repeals the reciprocity Law on account of the marked difference among democratic senators As to what would he the effect if the Hill becomes a Law As it now stands. Senator Voorhees says it we ill repeal the Law but will not affect the treaties made under the Law while senators Vest Caffre Yand others say that the repeal of the Law w ill abrogate the treaties. This is a very serious question to the sugar makers also in its effect upon revenues expected from the Tariff Bill inasmuch As about two thirds of the foreign sugar we use will come in free regardless of the duty imposed by the Tariff Hill if the treaties Nowr in existence include that we Ith Hawaii Are to continue in Force. The Senate finance committee has inserted a clause in the Tariff Bill providing for the abrogation of the treaty with Hawaii but it will he opposed by democratic senators and it is by no Means certain that it will he in the Bill when it is passed. Representative Tucker of Virginia is Happy. His joint Resolution pro i Viding for an amendment to the con j Stit ution authorizing the election of j senators by direct vote of the people will he favourably reported to the House. Speaker Crisp Lias promised to recognize Delegate Joseph next monday for the purpose of calling up the Hill for the admission of new Mexico As a state. The republicans Are opposed to the Hill and will break a quorum if it is in their Power in order to prevent its passage. Efforts Are now being made to have a quorum of democrats present when the Bill is called. If they Are successful there is no doubt of the passage of the Bill As it w ill receive the vote of every Democrat present. Secretary Herbert welcomes the Opportunity Given him by the House to officially Lay before that body and baking powder absolutely pure a Cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of All in Leavening strength. Latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Street new York. New Floar Philadelphia markets. Best family per bbl. 8 3 60 a per sack. 85 new process per sack. 90 Amber per sack. 70 wheat per Bushel. 50 Corn per Bushel. 80 Oats. 35 Kye. 60 of meal per 100 75 Timothy seed per Bushel. 2 60 Clover seed per Bushel. To Uay. Per ton. A it butter per Pound.18#2u eggs per dozen. 10 hams per Pound. 10#12 shoulders per Pound. 768 3ides, per Pound. Lard per Pound. To tallow per Pound. 04 potatoes per Bushel. 60 chickens per pm Ute. Fat turkeys per Pound. 78 geese. 4050 ducks per Pound. 06 great bankrupt Sale. A of the Dodd amp Sutton Stock of clothing hats Caps and cents furnishing goods. I the above Stock and Are now closing it out at about fifty cents to Mem the grip an experience with this disease during All its past Epidy pics warrants the bold claim that or. Kings new discovery w ill positively cure each and every Case if taken in time and patient takes the Ordinary care to avoid exposure. Another thing has been proven that those who have used or. Kings new discovery escape the Many troublesome after results of this disease. By All Means got a bottle and try it. It is guaranteed and Money will he refunded if 110 Good results follow its use. Sold by f. C. Miller amp son. Public Sale real estate. Tile heirs of Christian myer. Deed will sell at Public auction on the premises on saturday March 31, 1864, at 1 of clock p. M., the following real estate. Being a lot of 3 acres adjoining the Schoch Vineyard just outside the corporate limits of new Philadelphia near Beaverdam Road. On said tract is a Good dwelling of 5 rooms Good cellar Cistern barn Good water an Orchard of Choice fruit and a Vineyard and is a very desirable Home. Terms made known on Day of Sale. Immediate posses the country All of the facts connected a.c1 a. W Ith the Fine imposed upon the car j Dought fit so Cilnis Sale Negie steel company because of its failure to keep the Armor plates it made for the government up to the highest possible Standard of Quality. The facts Are All creditable to Secretary Herbert and to president Cleveland who stood behind him. There is a popular misapprehension concerning those Armor plates which i caused the contractors to he fined i they w Ere not defective. They All i came within the contract requirements but they were below the Best Standard that the contractors could produce hence the Fine. The sensation lovers Are enjoying the testimony in the Pollard Breck Enridge Case now being tried Here i but thanks to judge Bradley who is presiding Over the court the women Are excluded from the court room and have to get the testimony from the newspapers. It is a dirty mess w hich should have never been carried into court. On the Volkir. A a a a no Humbug a genuine a the people of this Vicinity insist on having chamberlains cough remedy and do not want any other a says John v. Bishop of Portland Mills Indiana. That is right. They know it to he Superior to any other for colds and As a preventative and cure for croup and Why should they not insist upon having it. 50,0 bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller son. Bankrupt see the Chance of your life time for cheap clothing. Done to miss it Sion Given 13-2 Frederick Meyer John Meyer Annie Meyer rude Meyer. For Sale. Prince Robert no. 2976, the scotch Clyde stallion one of the Best bred draft horses in the state is for Sale we Are mistaken if our C. Does1 a to Low figure. He is a dark Bay strongly built sound and a Good not use brants Balsam to prevent actor for a draft horse. This horse hoarseness so do most Public speak Cost $1400. And can be bought today ers. None better if any As Good j tor one seventh that sum As the twice size of other remedies for 25 a a own a can Quot of att to him z. The horse is gentle and has proven and of cents at Gentsch s drug store. Pave Good Breeding qualities and a Good reference we ill he Given on that any one w acting carpets washed i Point. The horse can he let to a Bay strongly built sound and a Good 1 sap Oiin you. R ref Cruft w. Thia Henru bottles at i. C. Miller amp son. Mid Winter excursions via la Grippe. During the prevalence of tin Gripp the past season it was a noticeable fact that those who depended upon or Kings new discovery not Only had a speedy recovery hut escaped All of the troublesome after effects of the malady. This remedy seems to have a Peculiar Power in effecting rapid cures not Only in cases of la j Grippe but in All diseases of Throat j new Philadelphia Ohio Chest and lungs and has cured cases of asthma and Hay fever of Long standing. Try it and be convinced. It we on to disappoint you. Free trial merchant tailoring at Cut prices. Browne amp Myers the Pennsylvania lines. The special Low rate excursions to Kan Francisou Kan Diego los Angeles san Bernardino and other California Points now for Sale via Penn w ill please bring it to Jno. E. Am for nation fall at or acid rests the i until july 15,1894. Excursion lists can Eros steam Washer at the w est end times office of St. Clair or water Street new for in Sylvania line will be Good returning s to 13-tf select any route from Chicago or St. I Louis. For particulars please apply Philadelphia. Terms 4 it. Per Yard j Chestnut and other kinds of Trees a a nto rids received and delivered. All work for posts or other kind of Wood for 1 assistant general passenger agent guaranteed. 12-4 1 a Inquire at this office. Of Pittsburgh a

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