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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 4, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times fax life so by tet Turnay. One Dollar per year in Advance Best advertising Mfd no in the county books Bill Heads poster and Job printing every description done Short notice tour favor solicit it. New Philadelphia times. The a uti Mdse advertising rates. Sfanos. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. Imo. 3 to. 6 to. 5 1 50 $ 2 50 s3 00 3 6 00 9 00 4 00 10 00 15 00 5 00 12 50 25 00 12 00 30 00 50 00 1 8 6 15 25 50 50 00 100 00 business notices. Ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday May 4, 1893. Number 19. . Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block. Second floor North Broadway. Sar tax new Philadelphia Timsah will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates Onk year. In Advance.�l-�0 if not paid within three to 8 a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A a a address All matter intended Tor publication. To the times teacher a examen Atoui. The Board Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates As follows during 1892 and �?T93 at new Philadelphia november 26, �?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. At Mineral Point March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june 3d, �?T93. Purina examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th,�?T93 May 6th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no Oue 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 pen 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 press a. J. Richardson. Business directory. Re opened. Announcements for office 1/ we Are t Lead quarters for ladies Spring wrap ranging in Price from hear be democrats. The following Are the announce meets the names candidates for Tor county office subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held in new Philadelphia june 10th, 1893 for clerk the courts. Philip Lam neck Salem township. J. F. Mylar Goshen township. F. S. Spring Clay township. Joseph Ell right. Dover township. P. Ii. Read Goshen township. For county treasurer. Jacob Hawk Lawrence township. Thomas Price Dover township. For sheriff. Sheldon Dickinson Oxford township. Jacob Foehl York township. For prosecuting attorney. Samuel Moore Goshen township. Personal and general. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger. Proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. Or. Per Day. Fine bar and House newly furnished feed stable in connection. 39yl . S. Vail dentist Otyce in City Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. . 3phtsicia1t Etazad. Sturg Helt. Office and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. C. Ellis architect. Plans Foi building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl j r. P. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to 10 a. Office hours 2to4p.m. 1.7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a Tel $2.00 per a y. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All Modem improvements. 31yl d r. C. Cent sch. New Philadelphia Ohio. High office Over Saunders a Barber shop West Street. Or office hours�?9 to 12 m. 2 to 4 p. M., and 7 to 9 p. Residence East 45yl j. Kurtz a agent Foltz Ohio Farmers insurance company. No. 3 Kast fair St Kkt a a. New Philadelphia. Ohio 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 Mykra a Block 2d floor. Toxin s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Joseph Welty a Quot Surveyor and civil business promptly new Phil Delphi Engineer. Attended to. Ohio August 14,1890. 33yl j ii. Booth a a 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 bus tithing and repair shop. A a a a All kinds Smithing will receive prompt attention. Us special attention paid to horseshoeing. A a shop la rear mitc Lienert a Block East High Street. Give us a Call. Respectfully 18-3m de. Glauser new Philadelphia. 0. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. Hay is $10 per ton. Wheat 68c per Bushel. Timothy seed $2.50 per Bushel. Roads Are in very poor condition. It gets a thumping now a the carpet. Cadiz will hold its fair oct. 3, 4, and 5th. Burnside is Selling Wall paper at 3c a Bolt. 18 w2 Jas. Grund is haying a neat dwelling erected. April came in Bright and went out with the blues. Candidates for county offices Are Bobbing up serenely. E. B. Roberts Dennison called friends Here saturday. Master Curtis Espenschied has been quite sick with the mumps. Mrs. Enck Dover was the guest mrs. John Myers saturday. Wanted a Good girl in a family three. Inquire at this office. Drag net fishing is prohibited but the sports do it just the same. 25 pieces mandarin Stripe just arrived at Spring Bros. 19tf go and see the Beautiful banquet lamps at Burnside a Bazar. 19w2 subscribe for the times and Farmers Friend two papers for Only $1.00. Paper hangers White washers and painters Are the Hustle these Days the Princess plow is the bests Call John Myers new Philadelphia 19tf mrs. Mayme Criswell Black Cleveland is visiting relatives and friends in this City. Frank Benedum and wife Sherrodsville spent a few Days in this City last week. House cleaning time is at hand and Many pet names will be Given the stovepipes. Miss Anna Weller Winfield o., is the guest mrs. E. Espenschied this week. Umbrellas re covered while you wait it Only takes 5 minutes time at s. S. Urfer s. Mrs. Lucie Degrief Harrison Pittsburgh is the guest her sister mrs. Charles Zellner. Or. And mrs Brinkman Minerva were guests . And mrs. Charles Dick the past week. Come up and look at our Campbell we mean the press and subscribe for the times. $1.00-see? Farmers you should buy the Princess plow John Myers new Philadelphia 19tf Wesley Welty to k charge the hotel at Coshocton last monday. Wesley has a 5 years lease. Mrs. Tipton Seio is the guest . And mrs. James Spence came to see her Little grand daughter. Several new electric motors will be placed upon the track m a few Days. Business must be increasing. Married by Rev. J. B. Rast april 27,1893, John Emig and Saran Ann Muttie both Stone creak Burnside is the cheapest place in new Philadelphia to buy Wall paper and Borders also lace curtains. 19 w2 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 $1 x. Boarding by the week $4.00. Give us a Call we will treat you with respect. West High Street opposite m. E. Church respectfully 17 3m Lew Horri Berger 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 Broad Way new Philadelphia Respectfully 17-3ra Samuel Hanna prop. Drunkenness the liquor habit Post timely cured by administer aug . Haines Golden spec talc. It is manufactured As a powder which can be Given in a Glass Beer a cup Coffee Tea in food without the knowledge the patient. It is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and 3peedy Cura whether the patient is a moderate Drinker n alcoholic wreck. It has been Given in thousands cases and in every instance a perfect cure has followed. It never fails. The system once impregnated with the specific it becomes a utter impossibility for the liquor appetite to exist. Cures guaranteed. 48 p be Book particulars free. Address Golden specific co. Race St., Cincinnati Ohio. 7yl mrs. John d. Laughead this City died last wednesday consumption and wins buried Friday at Gnaden Hutten. The Only place you can find lans Downe in this town is at 19-w2 John h. Kinsey. Misses Kate Welty and Gertrude Spence attended the dance in Uhrichsville Friday evening and were the guests miss Smith. Beware imitation Lansdown. See the genuine article at $2.00, upward. Spring Bros. 19tf Edward King travelling Salesman for a Queens Are firm is visiting his wife and parents in this City at present. You will miss it if you dont look at Burnside a Wall paper before buying elsewhere his prices Are the lowest. Cadiz township Harrison co., will build a lot More Pike Road this summer. They find that Good roads Benefit the Farmers too. For rent a Good dwelling property 7 room. Call s. Moore agent. Possession Given May 1st. Rev. Simon pastor the Luthera Church intends making a health to through the Western states in a be Days. E. Alexander our hustling clothing dealer and a capital Good citizen was at Coshocton a few Daj 8 last week business. Our weather prognosticator claims we will experience a severe Frost about the 10th the present month. Wait watch and see. If you want a cheap carpet this Spring come and see us for we have them at great bargains. 19w2 John h. Kinsey. Mrs. Cecilia Smith aged 79 who resided with . Winspear Beaver dam died Friday last old age. She was buried sunday. J. C. Conway general manager the tile works was at Canton Friday and saturday business pertaining to the works. Window shades Spring rollers All grades 20c up Well drug store 17-w4 new Philadelphia Or. Charles m. Lenhart this City is an applicant Foj the appointment inspector Public buildings. His application is filed with Sec. Carlile. Have you a Hay loader if not try the Rock Island Hay Rake and loader. It rakes the Hay clean from the Swath. John Myers agent. 19tf wanted to borrow $2000 for two three years at 6 per cent. Security first class Call at the times office for information. J8-w4 the Bottom Kiln no. 6, at the tile works last week gave way4in some manner causing nearly 24000 pieces tiling to be tumbled about causing a slight loss. R j. Erwood will Start out for the season from Toledo about May 20th, with his combined shows about 100 performers and animals constitute the exhibition. There is More steel less cheaper metals in the Deering Binder than in any other make binders. Call e. G. Waltz agent new Philadelphia Ohio. Lotf Albert West coloured a age 27, single arrested thursday by Daniel Sweaney a charge incest with his Niece Lizzie West. Jailed waiting to hear from the grand jury. \ there Are some Fine new Points about the Deering Binder this year we should like to show the Farmers. Call e. G. Waltz a agent new Philadelphia Ohio. I5tjp the town Cadiz has had an enabling act passed in the Ohio legislature authorizing an expenditure $3500. 00 for water works which is a much needed improvement to the town. Fine Wall the next 3 weeks we will give you special prices All Fine papers. Werry the largest Stock Fine papery it the county. Wells drug store 17-w4 new Philadelphia Employees the tile works were Lay de off monday afternoon account the Beaver dam overflowing from the recent Rains. The wheels that concern were put in motion tubs Day. Natural White Oil comes from natures invisible Depths purely a min eral product. Grows hair head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out. Price 50 cents. For Sab by f. C. Miller amp son. Of it has stopped raining and the summer is coming you ought to have one those new changeable silk parasols they Are the prettiest and dainties seadog you Ever saw. Just arrived at s. S. Urferd a. Judge Douthitt has cleaned up All the jury cases Tor this term and is now disposing court matters. Oae term More and he will have the Calendar cleaned up so that cases will b8 tried soon after filing. The most wonderful goods Ever placed the Market in Cra Venette perfectly Waterproof for dresses capes and Ulster no Nasty rubber smell about it like a rubber cloth. It is something new do not forget the name Cra Venette Only to be had at 8. S. Urferd a. The floods monday washed out about 100 feet the track the c. Amp m. R., near Dover which will delay trains for a Day two. There is also a washout the c. L. Amp w., Aboye Dover but not so extensive As the c. Amp m. Children to be healthy must Nave a healthy sleep if nervous fretful restless in their sleep give child a dose . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer effect is magical. Samples and $1.00 bottles . F. Gentsch. Any one wishing to renew orders for the Madam Griswold Delsarte goods also the Waist can have All orders promptly attended Toby addressing mrs. Ellen Hauman Box 425, Kittanning a. Armstrong co., Twenty thousand miners went a strike monday in Ohio. They demanded an Advance 5cts. This will undoubtedly cause a great stagnation in business and in the cities increase the Price Coal. It Means a great loss to the labourers unless they win the strike. Spring Bros., is the place to your produce meats lard Etc. The highest Market Price will be paid. Remember we keep if Stock a full line dry goods notions a amp a groceries. Carpets sold by Sample. Dont forget the place in to Mitchener Block East High Street. 19 a thief stole the urn containing the ashes Columbus from the Case in which it was placed last week in the exposition building. A guard saw him As he was making Way with it and caught him and in the scuffle the urn was dropped. The thief released himself from the officers grasp and escaped. One the Bills passed by the late legislature provides that any one who pays delinquent taxes another a property May record the receipt the treasurer which shall act As a mortgage Lien upon the property and Bear interest at eight per cent per annul. Wall papers at any Price we will allow you to fix your own Price one cent a Roll if you want it that Low but remember you will have to buy the Border at our Price. This is All there is in Selling paper below Cost. Wells drug store 17-w4 new Philadelphia The people Indianapolis gave the old Liberty Bell a Brilliant reception when the train arrived there. Twelve thousand school children were in the procession. The immense throng was addressed by sex president Harrison then All marched past the car to View the grand old relic. Immense rocks from a Bluff in the rear a Street in Pittsburgh gave Way and tumbled Down upon two Brick houses in what is known As yellow Row the evening the 29th last crushing the buildings killing one person and wounding 5 others. The Rains had loosed the Earth causing tue rocks to Tumble from their moorings. Or. We. Campbell is general agent for door checks and burglar proof Sash locks. He has two agents in the Field. Louis Myers canal Dover and Simon Louden Blakes Mills. Anyone desiring anything in that line can Purchase these agents the general agent at new Philadelphia by addressing we. Campbell Box 533. 18-\v4 Uhrichsville has read Yert ised forbids for the electric r. They claim the bide were not in in time before. It will now be about 3 weeks before anything is known As to who will get the franchise in the City. It looks a Little As though the new Philadelphia co., Wil 1 have to change the route and run into Dennison. The a a Haven chosen by the restless frontiersman and known As Oklahoma was visited last week by the monster from the skies called the Cyclone. The towns Norman Moore Keokuk Falls and Downs were Laid waste. Sixty two lives constitute the Harvest gathered by the reaper while Many More were seriously injured. Mrs. Michael Schott Shanesville has moved his family to new Philadel phia and will occupy the dwelling and store room lately vacated by Ray Street. He will engage in the grocery business Aud solicits a share the Trade. Or. Schott is an honorable and upright citizen and we Welcome him to tha Towa. 19w2 John h. Kinsey a store. Edgar a. Walter auditor went to Toledo tuesday to attend the meeting auditors Ter the appraisement railroads. If you want a cheap Spring jacket be come and see us As we Are Clos ing them out Atra sacrifice. 19w2 John h. Kinsey. The commissioners were in session monday and adjourned Over until saturday to close up the business the session. The residents along the Ohio near Cincinnati Are hustling from their Homes to seek shelter elsewhere and Are experiencing heavy losses. The losses to this country will run into the millions. The streams in this county have not been higher for Many years than they were monday. The Tuscarawas River is out Over the Valley in Many places and travel Between new Philadelphia and Blakes Mills is carried by Means boats. Chases Barley malt whisky absolutely pure. Chases Barley malt whisky Rich and excellent. Chases Barley malt whisky strengthens the lung. Chases Barley malt whisky aids digestion. Albert Mecoy who was lodged in jail the charge burglar izing Bensons store in Dennison entered a plea Guity last week and was sentenced to the Penitentiary for one year. The sheriff escorted him to Columbus thursday. He is an old offender and it is hoped he will profit by this punishment. Two Hundred and fifty Navajo indians Are the War path in new Mexico and Arizona. A Battie took place Between them and the ranch Man near Durango in which 8 Whites were killed. been ordered out and the treacherous will be captured and driven Back to their reservation. The penalty should a extermination the warriors take no prisoners. We announce the name this week . Jacob Foehl York township As a candidate for the office sheriff. Or. Foehl has been a faithful demo crat and has contributed his time and Money to the Success the party and has always kept Little York in the front ranks. No Democrat a serves better the party than Jacob Foehl and if nominated will be elected with an old time majority. Or. S. B. Evans a very reputable citizen Uhn Casville has located in our City South sixth Street where he is keeping a grocery. We notice too that his Stock is first class All new and clean and the Best Grade goods. He is already having a Good Trade and merits a full share the Public patronage. Good goods reasonable prices and fair dealing always count and that can be found at the store . Evans. The Nail Mills will Startup again this week. They Are awaiting the arrival rods. The company filled an order this week from Morley Bros., Saginaw Michigan 2550 kegs making 10 cars. This about cleans up the Stock hands. Or. Meloney the manager will keep the nails going. He had no intention leaving the City notwithstanding the voluntary assertions some newspapers to the contrary. The new Philadelphia Post office changed hands monday. Captain Korns retired and . Daniel Wyss stepped in. Under the new administration Harvey Barnhill is the Deputy. Or. Shott was to be Deputy and tried it but did not like the work. People will kindly Bear in mind that it will take a Little time for the now administration to learn the business thoroughly and that the service will be a Little slow for a few Days and May make some mistakes. Every Effort will be put Forth however to make the service efficient. While . T. J. Richey Altona mo., was travelling in Kansas he was taken violently ill with cholera Moribus. He called at a drug store to get some Medicine and the druggist recommended chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy so highly he concluded to try it. The result was immediate Relief and a few doses cured him completely. It is made for Bowel complaint and nothing else. It never fails. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists. There is nothing i have Ever used for muscular rheumatism that gives me Relief As chamberlains pain Balm s does. I have been using it for about two years four bottles in ally As occasion required and always keep a bottle it in my Home. I believe i know a Good thing when i get hold in and pain Balm is the Best liniment i have Ever met with. W. B. Denny Dairyman new Lexington Ohio. 50 cent bottles Tor Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists. The promptness and certainty its cures have made chamber lamp a cough remedy famous. It is intended coughs colds croup and whooping coughs and is the most effectual remedy known for these diseases. Or. C. B. Main Union City pa., says a a i have a great Salo chamberlains cough remedy. I warrant every bottle and 1 ave never heard one failing to give entire 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists. Judge s. Hunter Newark Licking co o., will be a candidate before the coming democratic state convention for nomination for judge the supreme court. We hive known . Hunter several years and can say that he is an Able lawyer was the common pleas Bench for 10 years and is eminently qualified for the supreme Bench. Another redeeming trait he is a clean Man without a stain his character and is Bicker by Many friends. It would be a Well merited compliment if old Tuscarawas county gives . Hunter a Hearty support and we Hope to see it done. The amended Fiah Law prohibits the taking fish in any Stream Lake with any device except Hook line troll lines the catching by Turtle Hooks is forbidden. The Black Bass Law is fixed from june 16 to december 1 and it is made unlawful to catch fish that variety that Are less than eight inches in length. Minnows Are allowed to be taken for bait. All manner seines and nets Are forbidden and May be destroyed when found As nuisances. Violations the act Are punishable by a Fine from $25 to $100 and default payment a penalty thirty Days in the county j ail is provided. The marriage miss Georgiana Albert West fair Street to . Charles e. Jones last thursday was a very pleasant occasion. About 40 guests were present and everything was conducted in the most fashionable style. The Bride was very neatly attired and presented a Fine appearance. Rev. . Winters was master ceremonies. The menu was excellent in every respect and the ladies who served the same did it gracefully and Well. Such an occasion could not be rendered More enjoyable. The Bride and Groom left the evening Tram for St. Louis their future Home. They have the Best wishes a Host friends for their future happiness and Prosperity. The Case Widder against the Ohio Farmers insurance co., was tried in common pleas court last thursday. The assured had Given his policy to the agent to be sent in for an endorsement permitting a change occupancy from a dwelling to a cheese House. The agent told the assured that it was All right that he had attended to it when in fact he had not. The building burned and the company refused to the loss because there was no permit for change occupancy. Suit a brought and the company defended. The court held that in As much As that the Ohio Farmers insurance co., does not permit agents to write the policies make endorsements give permits that any act the agent would not bind the company that the Agency ceased when the agent delivered the policy and would not permit the plaintiff to prove anything that transpired Between agent and assured so far As the permit was concerned. The plaint if lost his Case. People should be careful about permits and endorsements their policies and know that they Are made by the proper parties. Agents Stock companies make endorsements and report the same to the company which binds the company until notice is Given the assured to the contrary while with Mutual companies the endorsements Are made at the Home office. In this Case the assured could not read and the agent made him believe the policy was All right. High Waters. Much damage done throughout the lowlands. Railroad traffic suspended. The recent heavy Rains have caused the old Tuscarawas River to become swollen to such an extent that it has been the Means doing much damage throughout this Section. Farmers Are experiencing a great loss in their Spring crops As Well As the ruination their splendid looking wheat when they looked Forth with Bright prospects a glorious Harvest. The lowlands this Section Are All covered with the raging element. Gardeners Are Beavy losers also. The paper Mill has been closed Down and also sustained a severe loss. Farmers Are compelled to remain at Home account being Cut off from town by water. Our tile works have been compelled to suspend operation a few Days in order to let the elements have full Sway. The Royal Clay works at Midvale Are heavy losers hundreds dollars Worth tiling has been destroyed. A breakage in the c. L. Amp Track near canal Doyer As Well As below Goshen has caused trains to be kept at Bay and traffic is suspended. On the Marietta Railroad an inundation for two Miles is witnessed. It is claimed by older ones to be something Buncom Man to have High water at this time the year. It lacked nearly four inches being As High As it was in 1884 which was the highest known for 45 years. Two coloured people in a a crop conditions. Washington letter. Last Friday Frances Hunt filed an affidavit in mayor so Erst court a against Hattie Jacobs and Charles Rogers who have been keeping House North third Street charging them with living in a state adultery. They were arraigned before the mayor and entered a plea guilty. Thereupon his Honor sentenced them to j til for 60 Days Rogers was also serving a sentence for disorderly conduct in threatening to carve up . Hensel sunday last. This will probably break up the a a sad death an old Soldier. Miner Rogers who resided near Tippecanoe met with a horrible death Friday last. Or. Rogers was engaged in farming and while burning Brush he in some Way caught fire when found was dead and burned almost to a Crisp. He Lay his Back some distance from where a Brush Heap had been burned. His clothing was All burned off except his boots. He evidently had lain there some time As he was stiff when found. Some his friends Advance the theory that he had fallen in the fire As he had heart trouble and had crawled away after taking tire but was unable to help himself and thus perished. r. Rogers was about 55 years age and was one the veterans the War and a member the 98th I. He saw hard service in the Field receiving a wound in the leg that crippled him for life although he was Able to get around and work. He was born and reared in Nottingham township Harrison co. He leaves a wife and children. Death in that manner was horrible and a Shock to his friends. Port Washington. Northern , wet weather with High winds has prevented any Progress in farm work and caused High water and overflows in streams. Wheat has generally made some growth but is damaged some Low lands and is turning yellow near the ground. Oats Are making slow growth and Are rotting in the ground in localities. Grass is coming slowly. Potatoes Are reported As rotting in the ground. Fruit is mostly Safe yet and has made but Small Progress. Green lice fruit buds Are noted in a few countries. Sunshine and warmth Are needed to allow the ground to dry off and oat and Corn planting to Progress. Middle wet and Cool with Frost in Early part week. Streams Are overflowing and Low lands Are flooded. Wheat and Oats have improved generally in places the wheat is spotted and yellow and drowned out. Oats Are drowned out in places and rot is reported in a few localities. Grass and Clover Are a Little backward but mostly in fair condition. Early planted potatoes Are coming Fairl Quot late planted Are rotting some. Gardens Are backward owing to wet ground. No Corn planting amount has been done. All farm work at a standstill. Fruit is promising pears peaches plums cherries and apples Are in Bloom. Frosts have caused Little damage. The tobacco plants Are doing Well. Warmth and Sunshine badly needed to dry out the ground and Start Corn planting and blowing. Southern fore part the week was cold with Light Snow and heavy winds followed by rain then fair warmer weather Friday. Heavy rain with Light Hail Thunder and heavy winds occurred Friday night and saturday Over All counties. Farm work was prevented the entire week by the wet condition the ground. Streams Are very High and the adjoining Low Bottom lands being overflowed. Considerable damage is being done to wheat Oats and pasturage. Wheat has continued to grow rapidly and is reported As becoming rather rank in some counties. Grass and Oats Are generally making a fair growth. Barley Clover and Rye Are doing finely. The tobacco is generally in Good condition and doing Well. Some rotting Early planted potatoes is reported and the Early potatoes Are coming up Over a few counties. Fruit generally is uninjured except the Early cherries and promises a Good crop. The Bloom is very excessive in some counties. Gardens have made very Small improvement. Worlds fair excursions the Chicago via Best route the Pennsylvania lines. Be issued before they would Lurn the Gold lying Idle in the vaults. Commencing april 25th, worlds fair excursion tickets to Chicago will be sold from All ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines. Consistent reductions in fare will be made and Sale tickets will continue daily until october 3oth, inclusive. Return coupons will be valid until november 5th. Any Pennsylvania line ticket agent will furnish details upon application. Marriage permits. Charles Riley formerly Telegraph operator at this place will leave for Chad Ron neb., next thursday where he will visit relatives. Or. Riley a health has been very poor for some months and we Hope that he May soon recover. Miss Gussie Stockton a school teacher this Section will go to Pine Ridge Agency n. D., where she will teach the indians. Or. Williams will build an addition to ins residence in the near future. Bishop Vleck after an absence several months in the Western states has returned and filled the pulpit at this place sunday evening. Christian Wiand one our business men is building a Large warehouse. X. X. X. Court proceedings. The following marriage licenses have been granted by probate judge Mitchell we Bayer Eliza unsold. Asberry Page Mary Catharine Milt. Charles Porter Fannie Shaffer. Joshua Pepper Nina a Wilson. John d France Mary j Leggett. John Emig Sarah Ann Muttie. Transfers real estate. Chamberlains Eye and skin ointment. A certain cure for chronic sore eyes Tetter Salt Rheum scald head old chronic sores fever sores eczema itch Prairie scratches sore 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 am3 50 cent boxes. Forsake by . Miller amp son druggists. U1lkoek. Chases Barley malt whiskey being Rich and nutritious builds up the system being free from All impurities it has a pleasant stimulative effect. A Bippus amp son sole agents for new Philadelphia. Miss Ella Fawcett returned from vist ing her sister mrs. A. A Hiller in Newcomerstown Friday. Miss Etva Hiller who has been attending school at Gnadenhutten visited her parents near Gilmore Over Sabbath Warren Arnold is visiting at Home. Gale Peoples Uhrichsville spent Sabbath with friends in this place. Misses. Nora Gooding and Nellie me Fadden Are Home from Scio College for a Short visit. Mrs. Belle Morris and grand daughter miss Angie Kerby will spend several Days visiting friends in Uhrichsville this week before leaving for Chicago. Samuel Dinning and wife Uhrichsville visited relatives near Towa saturday and 8uuday. Or. And mrs. Baily Collig visited Theo. Morriss Friday last. Or. Hefling attended the 74th anniversary the i. O. O. F. Lodge in new Philadelphia Bitter Sweet wanted to rent 3 4 Small rooms not far from Public Square. No children. Cali at times office. 11 verdict for plaintiff. Thomas e Knowls is Eliza a Creter. Michael Cooper is Samuel Reese. John f Kughler is Reserve insurance company. Verdict for defendant. Joseph Smith is Cleveland and Marietta. Daniel b Ludwig is John Myers. Frederick Widder is Ohio Farmers insurance company. Cases settled. Lewis Buss is b d Downey. Lewis Buss is Peter Goeler. Emma Naughler is we Frew. John nagely amp son is the Rapp roofing tile company. Plaintiff to plead. William m f s company is Joseph h Riggle. Defendant to plead. Deis Fertig amp co is Sarah Stowe. Harriet Abbott is h a Wann amp co. William d Mckee is George Barrack Benj f Stocker a so Hiram Stocker. Judgment. Albert Bates a Samuel d Waltz. Simon b Emerson is Adam Stocker. Sentence to Penitentiary. The state Ohio is Albert Mccoy. Motions overruled. John f Kughler is the Reserve insurance company. Order to receiver to sell property. Goldsmith Joseph Fries amp co is Anna an Nathan. Partition real estate. Mary e Simpson is hellion s Totz. Postmortem examinations. Or. Groves body Cuth a More. Do. Wilson body Emma me Donald. Judgement verdict. Alvin Vinton is the electric co. John f Kughler is Reserve insurance company. Moritz Meyer is Isaac Hyke and William Shaw. Samuel Marks is j v Tomer. Michael Cooper is Samuel Reese. Bovi wonder Price $1.00. Son purifies the blood will Lay a foundation in a system constitutionally weak. It is a regularity and stamina. For Sale by f. C. Miller a George d. Lehner to Christian g. Fel lows 2 acres Wayne $550. Cornelia e. Phillip Borche to Edward m. Bailey it. Lot 114 new Phila. $1500. Richard Dodge to Samuel Sheely lot 34, Glasgow $875. W. Kepl Mger to Jesse e. Richardson 73 acres Dover $3385.00 Joseph a. Barry to John Hanson lot 1, Dover $330. Cornelia e. Phillip Borche to Ernest a. Myers about 45 acres Warwick $1700. Philip Strickmaker to Ferdinand h. Getsch j acre Goshen $700. Harvey Butler to trustees u. B. Church j acre new Phila. $625. Chas Metzger to we. A. Rolli 4 acre Tuscarawas $250. We Clark to Philip s. Omstead lot 3, new Phila. $250. Sheriff Adams to Mary h. Patrick 78 acres Dover $1855. Michael Bair to Simon Enck 53 44-100 acres Dover $2137.70. Hannah a. And John Meredith to Geo. W. Weidner 43 51-100 acres Goshen $1000. Gottleb Switzer Estat to Chas. J. Schupp it Al 93 3 10 acres Jefferson Conrad Haas it Al to Adam Deibel 93 3-70 acre Jefferson $1. Michael and Elizabeth Boltz to Adam Diebel 59j rods Jefferson $5. Gottleib and Mary Schweitzer to Adam Deibel 59 3-10 acres lot 3 and 4 $1000. Dorcas Roth to Joseph Caples 19 55-100 acres Rush $600.00. T. Healea to we. V. Young 39-100 acres Uhrichsville. $1100.00. Maurice Moody to Gardner a John son 4-10 acres Dennison. $1.00 Gideon Haus to Frederick Haas 2 18-100 acres Wayne. $60.00. T. Healea to c. B. Thompson it lots 315, 316 and 7-12 5 acres Uhrichsville. $1000.00. Nicholas tharett to Thelna Village new Phila. A acres new Penila. $100.00 Maurice Moody to Alma j. Price lot 7 Dennison. $250.00. Maurice Moody to a. L. Jones lot 10 Dennison.$250.00. B. C. Albott to George Hardwidge it lot 1 Somerdale. $2000.00. Cyrus c. Carrolls exers to John s. Carroll 75 93-100 acres. Union $3417.75 Alie e. Minnis to we. No taker i acre Goshen. $75.00. Samuel Seltenright to Jacob amp Israel Burkholder 55 26-100 acres Dover $1650. Lydia a. Gibler to David Gibler amp Valentine 348$ acres lots 28, 29, 30, and 31 lawrence$5339.00. Albert Bates to John Anderegg 88 27-100 acres perry.$2000.00. J. Wharton to George c. Delong lot 83 Midvale. $800.00 from oar regular correspondent Hurrah for the democratic administration it has proven its Elf to be the master not the servant Wail Street and the government still lives and the treasurer continues Aud will continue to out Gold to All who May desire it for Treasury notes. A greater financial Triumph was never achieved by any administration. It Marks the beginning a new Era in which the president the United states and his Cabinet will dictate our National financial policy instead having it done from Wall Street a it has been done already too Long for the Good the country. The Wall Street crowd invited the Knock Down blow they received. Seeing that Bankers All Over the country were following the Lead those the South and West in furnishing the Treasury with Gold the Wall Streeter got together and formulated a proposition in which they agreed to furnish the Treasury with from $30, 000, 000 to $50, 000, 000, in Gold but the proposition had a string tied to it in the shape a proviso that Bonds should be issued for their Gold. Other Bankers turned their Gold into the Treasury without question because their Confidence in the government which they thought in need the Gold to tide Over a Tempo Ary difficulty but the Wall Street shy locks wanted their Pound flesh in the shape interest the Bonds to Loose it did not take president Cleveland and the Cabinet three minutes to formulate a indignant refusal which was wired to new York. Later another proposition lesser acting was receive a but it also was promptly rejected. It must by this time be evident to even the most obtuse observer that the financial motto this administration is a a no Wall Street domination. The present condition the Treasury is under the circumstances satisfactory and it the offers Gold continue to be As freely made As they have been for the past week it is believed that there will be no necessity for the Issue Bonds and even if the demand for Gold should continue to increase the Reserve fund at present intact will be drawn upon to meet it until it becomes certain that it will be exhausted before Bonds will be issued. President Cleveland and Secretary Carlisle Are both fully determined that no Bonds shall be issued until it shall have been fully demonstrate d that nothing else will furnish the Relief needed and Many belief e that if that shall be shown the matter will be submitted to Congress at an extra session before Bonds Are issued. Secretary Hoke Smith is the Only member the Cabinet in the City and he has just returned from new York where the entire Cabinet and the president took part in the big naval review yesterday. The president and the other members the Cabinet except Secretary Lamont who is compelled by private business to remain there for several Days will go direct from new York to Chicago to take part in the opening the worlds fair. Secretary Smith had to miss the trip to the worlds fair because some pressing Indian business that demands his immediate attention. The second chapter in the investigation the weather Bureau opened with a Stormy Row Between those two Good republicans prof. Harrington chief the Bureau who is being investigated and assistant attorney general Colby who is conducting the investigation. The evidence taken up to this time fully bears out one the charges a that incompetent employees were retained after the chief the Bureau knew they were incompetent. Congressman Caruth Kentucky carries a very Broad smile just now. One the reasons the usual breadth that smile was the a election his brother George Caruth editor the Little Rock Ark Gazette to be u. S. Minister to Portugal. Among the other important presidential appointments made this week were those sex congressman Mckin. Ney n. H., to be minister to Columbia sex congressman Thompson to be minister to Brazil sex congressman Wiley n. Y., to be Consul at Bordeaux France and the following Well known gentlemen to be government directors the Union Pacific railway company Henry f. Dim Ock n. Hon. Don m. Dickinson Mich. Or. J. W. Doane . Fitzhugh Lee va., and . Joseph Paddock Nebraska. To More appointments will be made until after the president s return from the worlds fair which will be next tuesday night unless the present programme is changed. Nearly All the prominent officials went Over to new York this week to see the International naval review the largest affair its kind that has Ever taken place in american Waters and they Are All glad they went for they saw what none them will probably Ever Ece again Best $3.00 hand turned Button shoes for ladies at e. Par Melber a shoe store. Tip Plain toe common sense opera All widths a to e e and we warrant them not to rip. For the men we have just received Fine shoes which we shall sell at $2.50 per pair. Fully equal to any $3.00 shoe we Ever had. Also Tan blanches Patent Sather lace and Congress. French kid oxfords with Patent leather Quarter and tip new and Natty just the thing for summer Wear. We also have working shoes which ought to please you. Our $1.00 Hob Nail is All right will Wear As Well As Many higher priced shoes and be As easy the toot. To also Haye a Good Oil Grain buckle shoe All solid for $1.25, you can to beat it anywhere and neither can we. Just try a pair and then Tell the boys about them. E. Parmelee the shoe dealer new Philadelphia Butterflies As food. One would not imagine that butterflies were a very nourishing article diet yet millions them Are eaten Eye a year by the australian aborigines. They congregate in vast quantities the rocks the Ilu Gong mountains and the natives secure them by kindling fires Damp Wood which smoke very much and thus suffocate the Little insects. Solomon spoofs. Jerusalem is still supplied with water from Solomon spools through an Aqueduct built by the crusaders. Limited knowl Cego. A woman in the Western part new York state wants to have her pastor dismissed the ground that he rides a bicycle and studied Medicine in his earlier years which suggests Tho Story the woman who wrote the following note to the teacher a pleas done to tech my Mary Jane any Fisi ology. I Don t want her to know about her a look at the map a Tho route to let taken by Many visitors to the worlds fair prevents palsy shocks and Bovi sudden deaths cures nervous prostration. Price $1.00. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp Bon. Of governor Mckinley will no doubt be renominated for governor Ohio at the coming convention to be held june 7th and 8th. The Protection theory must necessarily be the platform upon which he will make the race. We would suggest Virgei p. Kline Cleve land As the Standard bearer for the democratic party. He is a sound Democrat and has the ability. His Campaign if nominated would be a Brilliant one. In his efforts during the past fortnight to maintain the governments credit and preserve the party Gold and Silver Secretary Carlisle has received generous Aid from Bankers and Rich men in Many Western cities but Little none from few York. The Patriot ism new York is scarcely skin deep what there is it is altogether selfish. The Man who searches for genuine patriotism in Wall Street will have a harder time than old Diogenes experienced. Natural grows hair the head White cures Dandruff Perma Oil gently stops hair falling out. It is natures True hair grower. Grows moustache and whiskers. Price 50 cents. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Almost any map the United states shows the location Pittsburgh Cincinnati Louisville and other Large cities. From each the three cities draw a straight line to Chicago. The line drawn irom Pittsburgh will touch at Salem Alliance Cauton Massillon Wooster Mansfield Cresiline Bucyrus Lima and . Wert Ohio it. Wayne Columbia City Warsaw Plymouth and Valparaiso ind. That from cinc Iupati will traverse thickly settled portion the southwestern part ohioans Ruu the Emir length Indiana from Southeast to Northwest touching at Hamilton and Eaton Ohio Richmond Hagerstown new castles Anderson Elwood Kokomo Logansport Winamac Crown Point ind. The line from Louisville will pass through the entire length the Loosier state and in its course would touch Columbus Franklin India Napolis and Logansport. A line drawn from Pittsburgh through Columbus Ohio to Chicago would incline slightly to the southward and would pass through Steubenville Coshocton Newark Urbana and Piqua Ohio Union City Hartford Marion and Logansport ind., and run direct from those Points to the it Orlds a fair site. A line from Madison iud., would also pass through Indianapolis and Logansport in its direct course to Chicago. Such lines placed the map would indicate the routes to the worlds fair described by the Pennsylvania lines which traverse the Poplous portions Westeren Pennsylvania 10 and Indiana leading direct from Pittsburgh the natural Gateway from the East and in a straight Eurse from Cincinnati and Louisville the natural gateways the South to the worlds fair City. Beginning with april 25th, worlds fair Exon Sion tickets to Chicago will be sold from All ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines. The going Coupon will be valid from the Day Purchase until october 30th, and the return Coupon will be Good for return passage up to and including november 5th. The Sale these tickets will continue daily until october 30th, and will be governed by consistent reductions in fare. Both the going and return coupons will be valid Tor continuous passage Only. No Stop Over allowed. Any ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines will cheerfully Lursh detailed information regarding rates time trains Etc. 1 he recent extensive improvements the Pennsylvania lines for the event in question make them the desirable thoroughfares to Chicago from the territory traversed by them. The through time from every station is exceptionally fast and the first class train service affords every desired Converce for an enjoyable trip. For desirable lot Ray Street Good location and Good size opposite the residence Henry Bowers Call s. Moore agent. Of autobiography a Nail. The first thing i remember is being rolled and thumped about Down in a deep mine in Pennsylvania with Vother lumps Ore. Then we were All thrown into a Box and taken up through a Shaft when j first saw the Sun and Felt the fresh air. Then i was carried to a blast Furnace where i was smelted which Means melted you know. After this i was run into a Mould Sand and then i was called a pig Iron a i dont know Why. But tins was not All. I was then taken to a a pud Ling Furnace but it was boiling i know for the heat was so terrible i steamed and sputtered and fumed until i began to get pasty and became a malleable then i was rolled pounded and squeezed into a Nail Rod. After this i was put into a Nail making machine the first which was invented in Massachusetts in 1810. A i was very much afraid i would be Cut in two but there was just enough me to make a Nail and i was called an i was then put into a Keg containing nails like myself and we were sold together to a Man and i was driven into a new Fence with such a blow my Hoad that i became unconscious. I remember nothing after that until one Day a Little boy pulled me out the Fence with a Hammer. I knew i must be very old for the Fence had All decayed and i had a horrible Crook in my Back either from rheumatism because the boy had Bent me in pulling me out. I was never used after that and now 1 am Only a Bent Rusty Nail in the Bottom an old tin pail apparently no service

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