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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 10, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times the largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday May 10, 1894. Number 20. A to Viitel comment. Little Benny Harrison will be a a candidate for president in 1896. Conoy has gone to Washington and As a paper there says a i come i was seen and was Jakine a a a pow absolutely pure a Cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of All in Leavening strength. Latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 1 of Wall Str�t-1, Xiv York. We sell the celebrated Brand of Henry h. Rolaf s John r. Mclean done to want to be a to to Burnside for Wall paper a senator. There Are half a million people in the state of that opinion. The a a Docking a of congressmen Lias begun in Earnest and tin Way they make excuses would bring tears to a moderate sized onion. It seem a bit strange if Coxey a Commonweal ers will soon put in claim for pensions on account of privation and hardship. A tailless Comet is reported in sight. In the respect of being Tail less it is something like the common weal army a All head and no Tail. Local melange. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Spring yes a tis Conne at last and summer is near a tis True also coming is the fiend with Bis a hot enough for you a in Quot Quot it a inf also the Earl n collars and cuffs. Wilson a b As a the not presidential race will be Between grandfathers hat the crowned Czar and Mckinley ism. Between the three evils what will be the outcome we cordially invite you to Call and examine our goods and get our prices As it will be to your interest. Every article guaranteed As represented. Iii lib the one Price Clothier Deis bloc canal Dover Ohio Bear is a a a Quot a a in that m. Green Berger has removed to no is third Street three doors from Post office and has opened out with a new and Large assortment of mens boys and clothing. Childrens a All the latest styles and novelties of the season. Also a Large line of gents u furnishing goods Htom act Piucci Tofu the Columbus daily press Post has gone into the hands of a receiver and May possibly be buried in the newspaper graveyard. Hard Luck. These Days for newspapers. M c k in icy a administration is made of White Wash material. All the evils and scandals have been Given a Complete coat of that White mixture hut like Banquo a ghost will not Down nor look clean. The Penitentiary scandal is getting Rottenerg every Day. Mckinley has finally ordered an investigation. Result As usual will he a dose of White Wash a few minor officers suspended. Hut the big Fry will still hold the fort. Perry Heath who has taken control of that Ultra Radical Sheet the Cincinnati commercial says that the country wants another dose of Harrison. Perry wants to get into the Cabinet. That is the size of his modest. Lorain is going through a healthy Boom. No less than ten business blocks Are contemplated and to Cap the dim pc that spicy paper the Herald is going to come out a full fledged daily with press dispatches. Hope it will make oodles of Money. State auditor Poe makes the an i nou Cement that the state will b $2,000,000 in debt at the close of Ali fiscal year. All of which May he attributed to the just and Able administration of Mckinley ism. The Napoleon of Tariff is just now showing his friends a Little of his financier-1 ing. Hope they like it. Or. Byron c. Riender Spiot. A and Svino Volt office and rooms x. Broadway. New Philadelphia. 17-iy j r. Joseph f. Fox office Over sent sch Sortir store m a to found at office Day or night. Office hours for diseases of women 1 to 8 p. M. New Philadelphia o. May 25-Ly j r. M. S. Vail id e is list office in City Block Over Fribley a hardware store new Phila.,. J.11 Mitchell attorney at Law. Special attention paid to collection and business in probate court. Office North Broadway opposite court House. H. H. La Oziri Elk attorney at Law special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence on High Street formerly occupied by a a. I. Richards. A c. Ellis architect. Plans for building of any description executed on Short notice. Call on me at no. Is s. Broadw Ify new Philadelphia Ohio 21y 1 t ii. Booth u a a attorney at Law notary Public am conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardian s accounts office up stairs opposite the court Louse. North Broadway. 47yl Ikui l "11 d. K. Hendershott at. Office no. 144 North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. At office always on saturday. 171 v 3$iiocclutitoot0 Ain. It is a pretty Good thing that the courts Are getting waked up to the fact that a sales on margins is nothing More or loss than simply gambling which has been decided recently. The actual goods to the amount sold must he delivered or the transaction is gambling and the Money can be recovered. Gambling in stocks is a curse to the country. The Johnstown a Democrat has assiduously traced the line of descent along which the party of paternalism is progressing toward a logical stepping off place. Here it is re Publ Ivanisin protectionism socialism a Oxe ism anarchism. Fasilis est de census Taverni. The Republican papers now charge that the democrats resorted to the a a Hoodie Barrell in the third District election in which sorg made the successful run. The gentleman did not need tin1 a a Hoodie and the republicans Are Only giving themselves away. Or. Sorg was a Liberal and whole smiled Man with his employees neighbors and everybody else whom lie came in Contact with. His popularity and not Hoodie was the lever that got him there. It has leaked out that the great mining strike is not due to hard times hut a systematic understanding Between the Large dealers and operators. Three prominent papers of Chicago say a a that the Ohio Coal operators stored tin Lake Erie ports with 665,000 tons of Coal last Winter and in the Early Spring then Cut the diggers wages to the lowest possible notch expecting a strike and Are now growing wealthy off the proceeds and Advance in in. S. Maple a do ilk Ixo groceries t provisions and a produce of All kinds. Handle nothing hut pure Good highest Market Price paid for country produce. A a a give us a Call >1 West front Street new Phil a. M Al to near planing Mill. 35-Ly Broadway hotel formerly the a Gilsey House a Jacob Foehl so son proprietors. Jer table Sec old to Foxe Fem rates i to $1.50 a Day. Free bus to and from All trains. Good barn accommodations. The reception Given Coxey Brown it Al in Washington should have discouraging effect upon others who Are now headed in that direction. But will it time alone with Tell. The Crank is not Only a hard subject to please or placate hut equally hard to convince. No array of facts however stubborn or hard to get Over is sufficient to deter him from Bull heading it through or attempting to. Nothing Short of Hutting his brains out against a Stone Wall to Stop him. That being the Case the sooner he runs up against his Stone Wall the better for All concerned and therefore it May he found the Best policy for everybody to encourage him in his Pursuit of that deadly instrument. The recent riot in Cleveland is a Strong argument in favor of a restricted immigration hut it should not be against chinamen alone. A Low class of foreigners not citizens i of the United states marching through the fair City of Cleveland Clu Liing people stoning houses and committing acts of violence generally is a spectacle that puts to shame a government of enlightened so. Broadway Cor. Front St. People. Is there any other govern ment on the face of god s Earth tha new Philadelphia Ohio the Hawley House Cleveland Ohio. Corner h. A. Palm Klee the woodworker. Job printing at the times office. Mrs. Galbraith spent tuesday in Trenton. The rolling Mill has closed Down for want of Coal. Miss Maurer was the guest of her brother the past week. So the summer suiting at David Maurera a w. Hight St. 18-3m n. B. Banker of Cleveland visited this City one Day last week. Be sure and see Burnside a line window shades and lace curtains. Mrs. Jas. G. Patrick and Little son is visiting at Cleveland for a few weeks. A new floor is being Laid and other improvements Are being added to the Sherman House office. Bolivar people will hold a musical festival on May 17-19. A Good musical feast has been prepared. Burnside is Selling Wall paper leaper than Ever before he sure and a his line. Fresoli arrivals daily. Mrs. W. B. Hanlon of new Philadelphia is visiting her friends in Democrat. For a Good fitting dress Call at the parlor of Miller 6c fonts on North Broadway. 19-4 a Young Man by the name of Jesse Hines of Dennison was jailed Friday charged with a Misdemeanour. Thomas a. Love of Sherrodsville was appointed mine inspector for this District. This is a Good selection. A Mother Bunche who was driven out of Tuscarawas county has opened up near Wheeling. A Steubenville Gazette. I. C. Kline of Bolivar who a Short time ago was not expected to live is now convalescing and is Able to lie about. Fine silk belts All shades with Silver and Gold buckles at Halls jewelry store. Ladies Call and examine them. 18-6 prof. B. J. Bechtel has been indisposed for the past few Days and has been confined to the House. He is improving. If any of Elias try Maple Tai sugar lumber they can find a Market for it at h. A. Parmelee a Mill. 15tf j Quot the to ttm�4y--t<fi Utlay school convention will he held this year at port Washington on june 12, 13 and 14. Miss Mary f. Ivolin who has been the guest of friends in this City the past two weeks left for her Home in Dundee tuesday. I am Selling the Young Many a buggy. Better than Ever. John Myers new Philadelphia Ohio Lotf the great Eastern band of this City will go to Cadiz on May 17th, to Aid in laying the Corner Stone of the new court House. Ladies done to fail to Call at the parlor of Miller 6c fonts for the latest styles and Best fitting. Our prices As reasonable As any in town. 19-4 Jesse Beal of Uli Richville Lias been placed on the Ohio pension list. George d. Sproul of Minerva will also draw a pension. Rev. V. Cole will preach at the Beaver dam United Brethren Church j next Sabbath at 2 30 . A sunday school will be organized. Billing Taylor it pc pure prepared paints every gallon guaranteed. For Sale by 19-3 Kiser amp Kuenzli. The concert Given by mrs. Anabel Hoover assisted by mrs. Gentsch was quite a Success. About 823 Clear of expense were realized. Qui Vive club will meet at the residence of mrs. Rosalind Graham next monday eve. A full attendance is requested As it is election eve. Thu Ohio state association of mexican War veterans will hold its twentieth annual reunion at Findlay Ohio on thursday May 17th, 1s94. New styles elegantly finished and and fully warranted buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. I5t f , wife and Little daughter Ruby after a successful season with the leading Heaters of the Conn try returned Home to Thi Friday. The ladies of tie United Brethren Church of Canton will serve meals in the basement of their new Church during the g. A. Encampment in that City. The Cleveland press says that a Young girl named Annie Irwin of new Philadelphia had the misfortune to be a Cha wed up by a door. Their reporter is off a Tayou want flooring siding ceiling sawing or any kind of Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill on fast Ray Street. 15tf of you want a Good Square meal and a clean bed Call at the hotel on South Broadway kept by or. Fred Kummer. Everything is As clean As a pin and equal to the wish of any. Forty seven of our local wheelman made a pleasant trip on their wheels to port Washington sunday and took dinner at the Exchange. Quite a number also went to Canton. Ladies done to fail to go to Spring Bros and get a free trial of that splendid lotion for the complexion Rishforth a Rose Cream. 14tf mrs. Rebecca Wagner aged about 81 years died at her Home i Shanes Ville on the 1st inst and was interred on the 3rd. Rev. I. of this City officiated at the funeral. _ just received a Large assortment of table knives and Forks from the Meridan cutlery co., Conn. Cheaper than Ever Fine goods. Call and see them at the n. Y. Racket store. Mrs. Elizabeth Zortman Mother of mrs. . Goudy of this City died at her Home incest Lebanon Wayne county Friday aged about 73 years. Or. And mrs. Goudy attended the funeral sunday. Bolivar is to have a butter and cheese factory. A or. Bevis of be Viville this state has organized a company and is now engaged in putting up the Plant. The fact is that an Industry of this kind pays. Carter Smith of Dennison one of the oldest engineers on tie fast end died Friday last and was buried on saturday. He was a trusty Man and a deep dyed villain. Pan poisons a Well to wreak vengeance on one whom he dislikes. The citizens of that quiet hut thriving Village of Bolivar was thrown into a fever of excitement last thursday morning when it was discovered that some inhuman fiend had attempted to Poison tie family of j. T. Evans a respected citizen of the town. A More heinous act could not he conceived and the escape from its consequences More gratify i time Friday evening May 25, alumni banquet. The members of the new Philadelphia High school that is All Grad i nates teachers present and past of the schools and members of the school Hoard will take notice that i tickets for the alumni banquet will be for Sale by c. W. Burry at Burry a dry goods store this City from Friday morning May 11th, until tuesday noon May 22. The banquet will he held in the lower Hall of the Central school building 7 30 Standard 1894, our Rural neighbors what they Are doing in this Busy world of strife. Gilmore. Ralph Lindsay wife and children of Birds run Gurnsey county Are visiting or. Los father Lemuel Lindsay. David Miller and wife of Paoli were at or. Goodings sunday. J. B. Walker artistic paper Cutter of Harrison county made a professional visit to this place last week. Had been in the service of tin a handle company Many years. For a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m Lyman Hardman the incoming clerk of the courts of Tuscarawas county has selected Elmer f. Utter Hack As his Deputy. He is a splendid Penman and Well qualified for the paragraph. The next session of the grand Encampment of the i. O. O. Will he held in this City in May 1895. This years session was held last week at Chillicothe and Philip sell of this City represented this District As the Delegate. Frank me 1 Tosh and family moved to new Philadelphia last tuesday. While we regret to lose such Good neighbors and citizens we wish them the Best of Success in their new Cor. Carrollton chronicle. Buy the i leering Ideal Mower that t of first prize at the worlds fair. It is tin1 Only Mower made with Ball hearings. Waltz 6c Schweitzer 17tf new Philadelphia Ohio. I r. V. S. Mckinzie is meeting with Success with his a big 5�?� remedy it seems that the people take to it like ducks take to water. It is a Medicine that should he in every household. It is All roots and harks. Try some of it. Capt. . Bowers of this City was appointed an Aid de Camp on the staff of major general Jolt h. Roberts. Of Boston mass., commander in chief of the u. V. , with the rank of colonel one Day last week. His commission arrived Friday. The Corner Stone of the methodist protestant new Church in West Uli Richville will be Laid thursday May 17, at2o�?Tclock p. M. Rev. Win. Hastings will deliver the address. The new Church it is expected will Cost in the neighbourhood of 85,000.�? Uli Richville chronicle. There will he a meeting of the Goshen township sunday school superintendents next sunday May 13. All others interested in sunday work Are requested to la1 present. The meeting will he held in the presbyterian Church new Philadelphia at 2 of clock. Let All come. W. H. Soil part will Rothacher Fred Gentsch John Warner Fred Kaserman and Cosmer Gentsch of Hose company no. 2, have been selected As delegates to represent this City at the fireman convention to he held at Bellaire shortly. This is a Good selection. Best assortment of screen doors and windows at Geiser amp Kuenzli. 193 on a recent visit to Uli Richville we called on i. C. Foster the hardware merchant and was shown through Liis storerooms. Or. Foster carries a Fine line of buggies carriages curries and harness As Well As a full and Complete line of hard Ware. We regard him As a conscientious merchant that can always he relied on. His prices Are reasonable. W a a Ted a loan of Oxton go Ocul Security. Leave word with the editor known ing. About a dozen families get their water from this Well and c. C. La bold was the first at the Well in the morning and the one to discover the deed. It is a drilled Well and cased with tiling. The fiend had drilled a Hole in the tiling poured in the Poison which irom a excellent music an address of Wel Paranee is thought to he Paris Green. Come and a succession of a Propri or. Labold happened to discover it ate toasts has been provided by the of the times who will Mak it the party. 1 Tell to a Hill has been introduced in flip legislature which provides for county superintendents. The three county examiners Are to constitute the superintendents and they an to Divide their county into three districts for the purpose. They Are to receive 8600 per year extra pay. The workmen school Law has been amended by providing that each sub District shall elect one director who shall be a member of the township Hoard and two sub directors who shall with the director elect the teachers for their District. This is Pra tally a Rem n to tin old system. If you want a Beautiful complexion use Rishforth a Rose Cream. J4t by noticing the Hole and some Green stuff around it then lie noticed a paper lying near that was labelled Poison. He then pumped out some water and it was of a greenish color pregnant with Poison. Many persons would soon have been writhing in agony and perhaps All have sacrificed their lives had it not been for the timely discovery by or. Labold. The Well Lias been closed until it can he pumped out and thoroughly cleaned. No pains should he spared to discover the villain and bring him to Justice. It is supposed to be some one that was an enemy of or. Evans. The big store. The big store is now ready for business. Spring and summer goods have been coming in until the question has again confronted us where shall we put this where shall we put that. It is conceded that we now have the largest store in Eastern Ohio not excepting any. But the most important item to tin economical and intelligent is the fact that we offer Are actual saving from 10 to 75 per cent on every Bill of goods purchased. To those not receiving our mailed circulars they will be sent upon receipt of name and address. Garver Bros. Amp go., Strasburg Ohio. Heavy Purchase of property. The business property known As the Hummell Block was sold at lie partition Sale on saturday. S. S. Urfer was the purchaser at $12,200. It consists of two store rooms and is a Well located property for business. Or. Urfer will in the future build a Large addition in the rear and throw both the stores into one and move his store into it. The present occupants will remain in the building this year. The Frederick Hummel farm of 170 acres lying about three Miles out on what is known As hummels Valley was also sold at partition Sale on saturday. Charles and gyrus i Hummel were the purchasers at $3,500, which is $20.59per acre. That was very Low for land lying so close i to town. Flowers Flowers Flowers have you seen the Beautiful display of Flowers at the n. Y. Racket store new and fresh lot received daily. Going like hot cakes. 2o-2 around the neighbourhood. Judge i. H. Taylor of Carrollton will again he a candidate for congressional honors in that District. Martin ferry people have defaulted on their water works Bonds. Waynesburg people will have their town dry so says its City dads. Canton has a new jag cure known As the Canton sanitarium company. Frank Hatton spent part of his boyhood Days at Carrollton so says the chronicle. Minerva will have several Good races july 4th, in which 8500 in purses will he Given. There will he at least eight brass hands at the Corner Stone laying on the 17th, at Cadiz. What a Babel of noise will Greet the immense throng that will he on hand the night after commencement. Jacob Smith and wife tickets one Dollar each. This will j wednesday May 2nd, a son. Defray All expenses. All tickets will miss Blanche fanning who has he withdrawn Froin Sale at noon on been living in Gnadenhutten the past tuesday May 22. Each member of few months visited her parents Here the association will he entitled to last week. She returned sunday a take two tickets. An elegant repast j companies by her Mother. Miss Cora Berkshire was at Philip fanning a several Days last week. Phineas Fawcett was thrown from a horse saturday and is suffering from a broken limb As the result of his fall. Miss Lillie Rankin is visiting her Uncle and aunt Geo. Fawcett and wife at Rock. David Fowler a were guests of Milton berkshires sunday. Joseph Guthrie and wife of Gnadenhutten spent sunday with the tatters father Jno. Lickey. M. Kail and wife visited in Gnadenhutten saturday. Jacob Rieux and wife of Gnadenhutten attended tie funeral of mrs. Mccollough Here on wednesday. Sunday being quarterly communion Day at the m. Church or. Freshwater of Scio is once again with friends Here. Married by Rev. J. I. Murphy at his Home in Newcomerstown on wednesday ., or. Peter helter and miss Melissa Mccollough. The contracting parties Are both of this neighbourhood. May the future bring this Happy couple health wealth Long life and Contentment. Died monday april 30, 1894, at the Home of her son in Law and daughter Al Morrison and wife mrs. Elizabeth Mccollough widow of Joseph Mccollough who proceeded her to the other Shore More than three years ago. The deceased was in the 81st year of her age. She was the Mother of Moses Procter and another son deceased by a former marriage. She was United in marriage to Joseph Mccollough March 3, 1842. Six children were Horn to them. Five Are yet living Lavina wife of Ruben Morris John James Clark and Martha wife of Al Morrison. Interment took place wednesday . In West Union cemetery. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Westwood. While the body is mouldering to dust the spirit is waiting in Paradise for the trumpet Call of the resurrection morn. Happy will he the faithful for tie dead in Christ shall Rise first. Bitter Sweet. Is City last the new York a a Racket s / receiving a Fine line of ladies Tore i under Wear children and misses hats. Call and examine goods and get prices. New goods daily. 18 our be to appear next week. A history of the new reformed Church of this City together with the program of the dedicatory service of laying of the Corner Stone of the new Church will appear next week it was deemed better to hold tin article Over so As to make it Complete As a copy of the times will he placed in the Stone for future reference reunion. The reunion of the United Brethren of Tuscarawas county will he in old at new Philadelphia june 2, tie Park. All the United Breth Fine game of base Ball will he Reu congregations within the county of St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. Rate 2 .0 0 p Erda y. Two i eased by steam elevator electric ii Ells and All modern improvements. 31yl Low class from coining to our shores and in that Way protect american labor. A Law should be passed to banish every one of them that engage in riot from the United states. Would tolerate it without rising i in arms and blotting such disturbing elements out of existence we Sav restrict immigration prohibit this a students will hereafter be played on the athletic grounds this City saturday May 12, Between a picked nine of tin a a marines a Canton with the Wilmot Battery Hobbs and wentling and a picked nine of this City including five members of Tjie famous a a j the Public will please remember that or. We. Lewis of West High Street keeps a neat cosy grocery and provision store. Everything is fresh and clean and the prices As Low As any in town. He is building up a Good Trade and meeting with Success beyond expectation which he richly deserves. Oscar Townsend for Many years general manager of the Cleveland Lorain 6c Wheeling Railroad died at his residence not. 705 Euclid Avenue at a late hour wednesday night. The cause of his death was an organic affection of the liver from which he had been suffering for some time Herald. Benjamin , of Boston has been secured by the y. P. S. C. F., of the presbyterian Church to give an entertainment on next tuesday evening May 15. Or. Chapin is one of the finest impersonators in the country and a most pleasing entertainment is assured. Program will be-20-2/ Gin promptly at 7 30, Standard. And i Nicci Are expected to he represented in thu reunion. A number of Able speakers will he present among whom will he Bishop j. Weaver of Dayton. The singing will he under the direction of Rev. C. Ward of Canton. Say get posted. A immortal j. will lecture in Cambridge on the 9th Tribune. A immortal j. died Over two years ago and some fellow is palming himself off As the original. Extensive notices with pictures and history of the Man were published in nearly All the Large City dailies. No a a a. is no More. He Only has an imitator who is trying to a lift the pressure from some ones pocket Book. Executive committee and an agreeable social reunion of old classes pupils and teachers is anticipated. Procure your tickets As Early As pos Ible that the committee May be assured of the Success of their efforts. Give this Endeavor to fix for your association a a local habitation and a name a the one thing now needed to make its institution secure thu individual interest and patronage of every graduate and teacher of the old school which is so intimately connected with our happiest Days and our Early learning. The Whiteley Lawn Mower runs lighter makes less noise and cuts higher grass than any Mower in the Market. For Sale by 19-3 Geiser amp Kuenzli. Case to be tried again. The Case of Cinderella Green is the estate of Thomas Moore on a note for $3,000, occupied thu court the greater part of last week and attracted considerable attention. The peculiarity of the ease consisted in tin fact that the obligation was not payable until after the death of Thomas Moore. The Case was ably fought on both sides. Messes. . Patrick and a. L. Neely for plaintiff and j. and for defendant. The defense claimed that Thomas Moore never executed the note and the contract that was alleged to have been made at the same time in which contract there was an agreement not to prosecute Thomas Moore or cast any reflection on his character. The defense further claimed that there was no consideration for the note Ever passed. The plaintiff claimed that the consideration was Money that fell into Moore a hands that belonged to her grandmother and that she being the heir the obligation was renewed to her. What attracted the attention of the Public so much were the stipulations of the contract not to prosecute thu alleged maker of the note for something the Public knows not what. The defense treated it As an Endeavor to blackmail. Several experts testified As to the signature the major part of whom claimed that it was not Moore a signature. Witnesses for plaintiff testified that Moore had prior to his death acknowledged his signature. The jury was out about 18 hours failed to agree and was discharged. As the Case will be tried again we refrain from comment. Try a Box of the celebrated Pear polish for brass Nickel and silverware or any thing that tarnishes at Halls jewelry store e. High St. 18-6 two front rooms and two rear rooms for rent Over tin jewelry store of h. Espenschied on South Broadway suitable for residence. Inquire below at the store. I5tf. In f. Espenschied. The secret of Beauty is health. Those who desire to he Beautiful should do All they can to restore their health if they have loss it. The work which one May do the rest he must take his hat Lis his diet his exercise Are matters for individual consideration hut they must be carefully thought of and never neglected. There Are times when one can guess without looking in the Glass that the eyes Are Dull and the skin is mottled. This is a Case for specific treatment. If you apply to the France medical Institute 38 and 4 it West Gay Street Columbus Ohio or to one of the physicians who makes regular visits to your town your Case will he carefully and thoroughly examined by the medical staff who Are All specialists and have been chosen for their skill and experience. Their opinion will of furnished you free whether you take treatment or not. They do not consider that their responsibility ends when they have taken your Case and furnished treatment but hold themselves at All times ready and willing to Aid and direct you he their advice. All forms of chronic nervous and private disease will he Success ully treated on the most scientific principles. Consultation free and strictly . I is. France 6c Ottman formerly of new York now of the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request of Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia monday May 14. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor of the Sherman House from 9 a. M. To 6 p. M. One Day Only. If you buy the Deering Ideal mow compelled to read Law three years instead of two before being eligible to examination for admission to the bar. The Law will go into effect july 1, 1895. Mission 25 cents. Satisfy yourself by seeing the largest and Best Stock of farm wagons Spring wagons and buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Phila Zinger. Delphia Ohio 15tf Jno. H. Hostetler Arlott Baker. 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 May 21, 1894. J. B. Thompson Jacob sheriffs Geo. W. Newberry John Laughlin Edward j. Hummell h. Gardner. Please say a a advertised when asking for above. I. Wyss p. M. Marriage permits. Frank f. Troutwine Catharine Lambright. John Kolby Adella May Drehr. Frank w. John Augusta e. Everhart. Frank j. Ackerman Louisa Groet upper Evans Valley. The Wassem Dairy started up on tuesday morning. It is hoped that Success will follow or. Steiner. Henry swarm and Cora Maurer will he United in Wedlock to Day thursday we wish the Young people an abundance of Prosperity and happiness. Joon f. Ott and Michael denser will both erect Fine residences on their places this summer. Or. Ott had the misfortune to Loose a lot of Fine lumber by his Kiln catching fire hut he is one of those Fellows who does no to let trifles like that bother him in the least. A pleasant gathering of friends met the Home of Henry Wassem on sunday last in social reunion. Fred Grimm who has been sick for some time is convalescing. Fred Wassem is busily preparing to build a new residence. He will keep the saw hot getting out his lumber. The saw Mill is close by. Hard times did not hit everybody in this if the Many improvements is any criterion to go by. A Large number of neighbors and friends of Jacob Uebel gathered at his Home on the 24th lilt., and gave the old gentleman a Complete Surprise. Along in the morning he was in veiled to another farm owned by by him and on his return at the noon hour found his Home in Possession of a merry group who had gathered to do him Honor on reaching the 66th mile Post of life a journey. It was a Happy affair and Many useful mementos were left As tokens of appreciation of respect and Confidence he was held by his fellow Man. W. Persons wanting Coal will leave orders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 18-tf g. W. Mathias. # the famous Deering hinders and mowers now have Hall hearings like a Sycicle. Save your horses by buying of Waltz amp Schweitzer. New Philadelphia Clito. 17tf attention to those interested. He a quarters Andrew Crawford Post no. 6, g. A. R., new Philadelphia Ohio May 8. 1894. Or with Sycicle hearings you can Cut one half More in a Day than with any other machine because of the Light draft. Call on Waltz amp Schweitzer agents new Phila. 17tf Home seekers excursion tickets will be sold by the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway on May 8th and 29th, 1894, from Chicago to St. Paul Minneapolis Omaha i Sioux City Kansas City and Points beyond at practically one fare for the round trip. Excursion tickets will be Good for return passage thirty Days from Date of Sale but Are Good j for going Only on Date of Sale. For further particulars apply to any Coupon ticket agent in the j United states or Canada or address we. Kelly or. Trav. Pass. Agent 14 Exchange St., Buffalo n. Y. Special order no. 1, the Post having so directed All societies organizations schools etc., of the City Are hereby invited to attend with us in a body and participate in the proper Observance of memorial Day May 30, 1894. I. A. Correll adjutant. Attention Farmers. You will please hear in mind that we Are now offering to the Public the latest improved Hall and roller hearing Deering harvesting machinery which can Robt be excelled by any other also All the latest improved farm implements. It will save you Money to Call and see us before buying. Call at the office in the rear part of the Sherman House barn. E. G. Waltz. 17tf Sylvan us Schweitzer. Early closing. On and after tuesday May 15, 1894, the following stores in new Philadelphia will close at 7 30 of clock Standard time every evening sex Cep monday and saturday until further notice shoe stores Myers amp Rosch John Eckert Parr amp Kelly e. Parmelee j. S. Steinbaugh amp son. Groceries. John a. Zeeb g. A. Send Mauser Anderson Gray Davis it pc Urfer c. C. Cunning amp co Hurst Bros., . Diefenbacher co., Wise Callanan amp co. Dry goods. S. S. Urfer John Burri Mathias amp Dick John Kinsey Spring Bros. Cloth i ers. Brown 6c Myers e. Alexander g. A. Send Mauser son. Baza a is. Lehman h. Burnside e. Swifts Racket store. Keep your Reeders posted. One of our merchants reported to us that he stopped advertising for a couple of weeks. He thinks now lie will not do it again. As soon As he stopped Trade slacked lip so much that he became alarmed. It cast his Eye Over to a brother merchant who kept right on advertising and noticed some of his Best customers giving him the go by. People Are always watching where they can make tie Best bargains and they look for their local papers to keep them posted. If nothings said they come to the conclusion there is no Chance of obtaining goods at present and wait till an invitation is put Forth. Keep your readers posted they done to know you Are Selling bargains if you keep mum advertise if it is Only two or six lines a week it keeps you before the Public As a reminder that you Are still in the Busine you Are sure of non Wash out colors which do no not Crock if you use magic dyes. Also color More goods than other brands. 10 cents at gents chs drug store. An Ohio fathers baby. My wife received a Sample bottle of or. Hands Colic cure. For four months she hardly took her clothes off baby cried so. The Sample of or. Hands Colic cure worked like magic. T went right to the drug store and bought a 25o bottle and a bottle of or. Hands pleasant physic and we Are truly grateful that such Relief came to baby and to us. Respectfully Geo. M. Vaught Delaware Ohio. There Are 5,598 local and 240 National building and loan associations in the United states with 1,745,725 shareholders. The average number of shares held is 7c,with an average value of $34. The number of Homes acquired through tin associations Are 314,755 and they have net assets of Over $450,000,000. These associations Are purely a modern institution and tin great number of Homes secured through them in so Short a time is an evidence of the hold they have on the Public. G. A. Excursion. For thu occasion of the meeting of the g. A. Encampment of Ohio at Canton May 15th., 1994 the Cleveland Lorain and Wheeling railway will sell excursion round trip tickets at one cent per mile. Tickets will he sold May 14th., and 15th., Good returning until May 20th. Passengers will he routed via the Canton Massillon electric railway from Massillon >., and landed directly at thu door of tin hotels at Canton o. 17-5 j a. Terry g. Amp 1. A. To the Public. I wish to announce that i have started a milk route and will each Day deliver pure clean milk at the door of any one wishing to buy. A share of the Public patronage is earnestly solicited. Yours respectfully 18-tf Valentine Doershuk. 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 nutria Cious and fret from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. New cases common please court. We. J. Hensel is Jennie r. Hensel. Divorce prayed for on thu ground of adultery. Nancy Roby is Matilda Derringer it Al. Foreclosure of mortgage. Harry h. Hardesty is we. Hardesty. Action in partition of the property known As the Dover Mill. Simon Derringer is John Newman. Action for damages. Elnor Miles is Washington Gal Brath action in partition. Lula Williams is we. B. Thompson. Action to recover on a lost certificate of Deposit. Alberta v. Smith is Jason r. Smith. Divorce prayed for. Jacob Lebold it Al is Jacob Renner. Action on a promissory note. Wentz 6c co. Is David r. Dawson. Foreclosure proceedings. Wentz 6c co. Is we. A. De vere. Foreclosure of mortgage. Conrad Stocker is Edward Stocker. Action on promissory note. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a new Philadelphia markets flour Best family per bbl. A per sack a a new process per sack Quot Amber per sack wheat per Bushel. Corn per . Oats. Rye. 011 meal per 100 pounds. Timothy seed per Bushel. Clover seed per Bushel Hay. Per ton. Butter per Pound. Elks per dozen. Hams per Pound. Shoulders per Pound. Sides per Pound. Lard per Pound. Tallow per Pound. Potatoes per Bushel. Chickens per Pound. Turkeys per Pound. Geese. Ducks per Pound a a a a 9 3 2& 8 85 70 55 45 35 60 1 75 2 50 6 00 10 00 15 3118 10 0 7@8 7@8 10 04 65 5 a 7@s 400 50 Why Are so Many people who formerly patronized other clothiers now buying of us Berkoz the people Are Quick to learn w Here to get the most for their Money we give style. Quantity and Quality. R see for yourself. Myers amp Browne the new clothiers and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio As preventive of car sickness and to give restful sleep so difficult to obtain Wiiilie travelling or. Wheel Eros nerve vital Izer has no equal. As Wise to have it with you As your ticket. 81 bottles at gents chs drug store. Jacob s. Bucher is Caroline e. Metzgar. Partition proceedings. Susan Dotts is Francis Ankeny. Action on account for labor. Jennie r. Hensel is we. Hensel. Divorce prayed for on tin ground of Gross neglect of duty extreme cruelty and adultery with one Hattie Mccann Ohio on complaint of Jennie i it Illy is Jonn Beans. Bastardy proceedings. Matilda Derringer is Simon Derringer. Divorce on the ground of extreme cruelty. Bucket to a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and al1 skin eruptions and positively cure piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction of Money refunded. Price 25< per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller life son. Free free trial of Rishforth a Rose Cream at Spring Bros. 14tf p. A our merchants tailor ing is up to Date a in styles fit and workmanship. A Large assortment of Domestic and imported fabrics to select from

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