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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 31, 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. V volume in. New Philadelphia Ohio thursday May 31, 1894. Number 23. A amp Tortal comment. The Lorain Herald will Blossom Forth As a full fledged daily from now . Success boys. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Thomas Brackett heed predicts the next Congress willbe his Way then he will pay Back old scores. Chicago is swelling up Over the fact that she can raise As big a swell her Lake front As new York with her Ocean. Greater Chicago. Efforts Are being made for the Pardon capt. A. R. Bell the East Liverpool newspaper Man who is doing time for shooting a neighbor. Coxey a adherents have no hesitancy in stealing Railroad trains but there Isnit one them in All the country would dare steal a horse bicycle. _ a . Ikirt the 18th District has declined the nomination for Congress. Is he afraid Coxey Mcbride Massillon is being groomed for the race As his successor if the Penitentiary investigation will turn out another a a Whitewash affair. For the amount false swearing going Annaniase Fate does not seem to worry the participants in that scandal. Marietta is to Blossom out shortly with two Brand new dailies during these hard and turbulent times. Wrong time now but the Eye tooth must be Cut if it takes the last Nickle. Anyhow Bon voyage Etc. The democracy Tuscarawas county should and no doubt Wilh pass a Resolution favouring free coinage both Gold and Silver a basis 16 to 1, a basis that will in sure a parity the two metals. Or. Cyrus teed Chicago the founder the Koresh religion intends to make a a a heaven for to re Sheane in Florida. He will spend Many millions dollars if he can collect them in the Purchase land and in the Center will build a Temple. Again has a old glory been trampled in the dust by our Canadian neighbors. Here is the Chance now for some those zealous patriots who reared their Hind legs and howled when they found the Flag was not floating Over the Capitol some time ago. The Cincinnati enquirer is having quite a hard time pacifying the country press which is now raking that journal Over the coals. At one time it used Bull dozing methods now it cringes for mercy. Wax Mem boys a renegade half Breed demo crat is the worst kind a Critter. The Ohio legislators have gone to their respective Homes with the Assurance getting their full pay for next years work without doing anything for it. It does seem hard that the treasurer the state should pay out Over $8t , it for nothing but that is Mckinley ism you know gov. Mckinley claims the state Treasury is not in a condition to buy a couple Gattling guns so As to Arm Battery a. At Cleveland. The Wiley governor Lio Wever found time to sign his name to the Hill paying legislators $84,000 the coming year while they remained at Home attend ing to their private duties. Local melange. A a bring Golden hearted lilies rare. Bring sweetest roses White and red bring violets and forget me not to strew above our dead. Bring tear hemmed wreaths Immortelle for her warriors dad let the nation weep deck reverently these Green tents a beneath them heroes sleep. Bring in your hearts fair memory Flowers. To the Loyal Brave glad tribute pay. And Lay your choicest garlands Down upon some soldiers grave buy dry goods at j. H. Kinsey a Job printing at the times office. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker. John Thornburg Steubenville is Here visiting friends. Or. Hefling Gilmore made us a pleasant Call tuesday. Fred and George Capple were in attendance at court Friday. Miss Emma Frederick wines Burg visited friends Here last week. Or. Coplin and wife Macedonia o., Are visiting relatives in this City. You can buy a Black silk dress at Spring Bros for $3.95, Call and see. Ralph Pocock Massillon was in attendance at commencement thursday. Geo. Hephinger is dangerously ill heart trouble with Little Hopes recovery. Hugh Patrick came Home this week from medical College at Heid Leberg Germany. Call and see the elegant line dress goods notions carpets lace curtains Etc., at John h. Kinsey a. For a Fine suit made to order go David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m h. H. Howarter Cleveland a come now for bargains spent Sabbath with friends in new messes. Gamble and Gray East High Street have one the neatest ice Cream Parlours you can find any where. Everything first class. That is the place to get a Cool refreshing drink soda water. A Fine assortment sweetmeats and confectionary goods always hand. Give these Young and Corteous gentlemen a Call. A. Beyers Patent family flour is the Best flour for All family purposes. Buy no other. A Quot can now buy it for 80? per sack % bbl. 22-3 River Mills co. We. Clague Cincinnati who has been in the employ Taylor amp Gameter in the plumbing business wishes to inform the Public that he has opened a shop with Wolf Bros winners this place and will do All kinds plumbing promptly and will guarantee satisfaction in every respect. He has had 20 years experience in that line. Leave orders at Wolf Bros tin store. 23=4 a you want flooring siding ceiling sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East Ray Street. 15tf last thursday evening May-24, miss Clara Sharp was agreeably surprised by Twenty four girls and boys at her Home South fifth Street. The evening was spent playing games and it would be hard to Tell which was enjoyed the most the elegant supper the Good old fashioned kissing games. To say the least they had a grand time and with Many thanks to the kind hostess for the pleasant evening so Long the income tax feature should be endorsed by the democratic Conven Tion. It is not oppressive As some seems to think. Every one who has an income $4,000 less is exempt by the provisions the Hill and he who has an income $5,000 would pay the $1,000, $30 tax. If the income is $8,000�?~ he would pay $3,000 $60, tax. We wish we had the income so As to pay it. The Topeka Kas journal advises the people Ohio a to move to Kansas to escape cyclones and that would be like jumping from the frying pan into a bed red hot coals no we would rather live under the present regime strikes cyclones Cranks Mckinl ism Etc., than under the Cranky spasmodic government the Grasshopper state. _ the Steubenville Gazette once in awhile asks some very pertinent questions that hits hard. Now it wants to know a Why when unemployed workmen take Possession an empty Railroad car for a free ride they Are arrested when the Railroad officials take Possession a car loaded with Coal in transit Over their Road they Are allowed to work their own s Weet will through the plea necessity Why Isnit one Many a necessity As Good a defense As another so easy to answer. This is a free government free to do anything you want providing you have the Power at hand with plenty Money to Back it. The Cincinnati times Star commenting miss Sadie Means who was expelled from the presbyterian Church in South Carolina for work ing in a Telephone office sunday and who cows now before the general Assembly at Nashville tenn., says a a the discussion will touch Sev eral novel questions and the decision will be awaited with interest. The use the Telephone has become so general that it is practically a necessity. In giving instant notice fires and accidents in summoning the police medical Aid in sudden emergencies and in Many ways the Tele phone is a life Saver that cannot be dispensed with sundays without serious danger and inconvenience to the Public. And this fact seems to be generally recognized for though Philadelphia. Spring wraps at half Price at Spring Bros store East High St. Miss Tope one the High school teachers will spend vacation at her Home in Chicago. See the summer suiting at David Maurera a w. Hight St. 18-3m Frank Webb Massillon was Down attending the commencement and banquet last week. Miss Sarah Yeagley returned from Pittsburg where she has been at tending College this week. If any one Hasty Iii a pie sugar lumber they can find a Market for 4t at h. A. Parmelee a Mill. Lotf a. D. Romig and wife Tina Den Hutten were visiting friends Here the latter part last week. Gus Williams a former Typo the times office was visiting his parents in this City sunday. Suits and pants at Cost for one week. Jno. Adams amp son Welty Knisely Block. James Clark Deersville Harri. Son county was the guest a Moore monday and tuesday. J. Morris and wife Lima o., Are visiting mrs. Dodd North Broadway sister the latter. For a Good fitting dress Call at the parlor Miller amp Fouts North Broadway. 19-4 mrs. Mary Lee returned thursday evening from a visit to her daughter mrs. Emma Demuth at Toledo. Miss Beatrice Melborn Canton was visiting the family j. C. Joss the latter part last week. Miss Cora English Kansas City mo., a former resident this City is visiting her Many friends Here. Emerson Romig Gnadenhutten smiled upon his Many friends in this City thursday and Friday last. E. R. Parmelee has been the sick list for several Days last week not being Able to be at his business. The finest line fancy dress goods is found at John h. Kinsey a. Miss Leonora Blauser wines Hurt attended commencement exercises and visiting friends in this City last week. Mrs. J. W. Correll this City was called to Kentucky thursday last to the bedside her sister who is seriously ill. Try a Box the celebrated Pear polish for brass Nickel and silverware any thing that tarnishes at Halls jewelry store e. High St. 18-6 miss Mina Rippeth who has been attending school in this City has returned to her Home at Leesville for the summer vacation. Special Sale for one week suits and pants at Cost. Jno Adams amp son Welty Knisely Block. The legislature has passed a Law which is now in effect that dry measure shall be used in the Sale Small fruits. This is As it should be. Spring Bros Are still Selling groceries at Knock Down prices. We Are going to stand by the people. A trial will convince you. Mrs. R. T. Thompson and daughter Ella Muscatine Iowa Are the guests . And mrs. Hugh Mitchell. The latter is a sister mrs. Thompson. Ladies vests 5 to 50 cents Calico wrappers 80 cents to $1, at the n. Y. Racket store opposite Sherman House. Come and see them. 23-2 misses Laura Breckel and Elizabeth von Kannell Massillon were visiting friends in this City a few Days last week and attended the commencement. From Kansas. Interesting letter from a former citizen this Vicinity. We publish below a letter from our old Friend and Patron . Brewster who is Well known to the people new Philadelphia and Vicinity he having our town ten years ago for Kansas. We Are glad to know that Fortune has smiled upon him. We append to his letter a clipping from a Kansas paper Independence Kansas May 21,1894. De. Times dear sir a thinking that some my old acquaintances would like to hear from me and the Oil Field i thought that i would Send a few lines for your interesting columns. About fifteen months ago i induced a company to Drill a Hole my farm for Gas. At about 700 feet a flow Petroleum was struck and the Oil flowed continually. The Branch was covered with Oil. The Verdigris Stream flowed with Oil. The whole country was excited Over it. Almost immediately the whole country was leased for Oil and Gas. The drilling continued. Two Good Gas Wells and two Good flowing Oil Wells Are now operated my farm. Other Oil Wells have been drilled the Oil area is considered to he the largest in the world�?1,500 Square Miles territory from Paola kan., to Cli Elca i. T. 180 Miles from Cha Nute to Neodesha 25 Miles wide. The country is full speculators from Pennsylvania and Ohio. I have been leasing land for three months almost night and Day. I have Laid remembered by them. V out and donated a Fine Park for the tinware at Low prices almost Benefit the Public. It was open Given away at the new York Racke May 17, by the g. A. It., w. R. store opposite the Sherman House the s. Of . About 5,000 people a 23-2 j were in attendance and the occasion v y / a e commencement exercises the Union schools were held in the. J an enjoyable trip hundreds Church members ate it l employed in Telephone exchanges to Lehman throughout the country the second �1tt in presbyterian Church Charleston is the Only Church that has made it a subject discipline had miss moans been employed in a Dairy where they milked cows and deliver ered Milf sunday she would not have been More harmlessly employed though she would probably have remained a presbyterian in Good lutheran Church thursday evening. The attendance was Large. The class too was Large which caused the exercises to last until a late hour. The graduates exhibited a wide scope knowledge and culture. The oration the coloured boy Wilbert Jackson was highly spoken . Prof Maurer is certainly doing Good work in the schools the a class this occasion was fully up to those former occasions. The alumni and banquet was held in the High school building Friday night was largely attended by graduates and their invited guests. The occasion is said to have been a pleasant one. For purity uniformity and Excelle nay Quality the River Mills flour excels All others. Be sure to ask for River Mills flour and thereby get the Best. 22-3 River Mills co. Memorial services. Memorial services which were held under a tent in the cemetery Sabbath last were very interesting impressive and largely attended. There were probably 2000 people present. Rev. Ely delivered the memorial address in a Clear and forcible manner. The reverend is a Man marked ability and his Effort was appreciated by All who heard him. There were about 200 the old soldiers in the line March Many whom show that they Are nearing the Day when the a a Bugle will Call them Forth to join the ranks beyond the a River a and May their Crown be a Bright one. After the services they marched to the g. A. R. Headquarters. The choir under the leadership prof. Kuhn rendered excellent music. The audience was highly pleased with it. The great Eastern band is always an important feature All Public occasions. The Day seemed to lend enchantment to the open air services this occasion and the approbation the omnipotent Power seemed to be Manifest. The coming Street fair. The new Philadelphia Street fair association held its annual meeting the 22 and appointed the following officers j. C. Joss president Harvey Mathias Secretary Fred Lehman treasurer. The following persons were appointed As executive committee j. C. Joss Harvey Mathias , Ben v. Schweitzer w. H Walton and s. S. Urfer. The old committee extends its sincere thanks to the business men and others who took part in the Street fair last year. The Date for this year will be announced soon. For Sale. At retail and at Cost for 30 Days a Large lot prime Wall paper for Parlours and Halls some Fine Rem Nants at % Price. All window shades at Cost. All books and sets books bibles albums and All fancy goods and pocket books at Cost. Paints oils a Large line varnishes and hard Wood finish All colors dry and in Oil brushes Etc., at Cost. After the Stock has been reduced the drugs Patent medicines fixtures and balance Stock will be for Sale As we propose to go into other business. 23-3 m. E. Wells. Reminded me the Dover fair in by gone Days. Prospects for crops were Good up to the 18th the nights the 18th and 19th we had two frosts who Clinski killed most the Bottom Corn and what it has done to the wheat i can not yet Tell for some the Fields were beginning to turn Ripe others were just in Bloom. My impression is that about half the Bottom wheat is killed. Yours truly j. H. Brewster. Sunday school Union. The first meeting the Goshen township sunday school Union will be held at the lutheran Church in new Philadelphia o., june 3, 1894, with the following program. 1. Song service. Conducted by j. B. Taylor. 2. Scripture . 3. . G. C. Smith. 4. Anthem. Choir. Address Welcome. Rev. G. C. Smith. 6. A what place should the pastor occupy in the sunday school a. By miss Annie Nickles. Discussion l a Winters discussion . . Kreusch. 7. Song primary class. . , teacher. 8. A relation Parent to the sunday school a. By mrs. Ellen Smith. Miss Maggie Huffman prof. G. C. Maurer. Miss Mamie Margan miss Ethel Jones. Herman Dodd a. Flora. 10. A what Effort should be made by sunday schools to raise Money for benevolent purposes a. By Mathias Schneider. Discussion he Liu Offham discussion Fred White. 11. . 12. Question Box Rev. J. B. Rust. 13. . 14. . J. W. Ely. Topics allowed 10 minutes discussion 5 minutes question Box 15minutes. Look Here at Lehman a 5 and 10 cent Stor you can get Wall paper at 6, 8 and 10 cents per double Roll. A Large lot just received new patterns. Remember Lehman a is the cheapest place in town for All kinds goods. 108 South Broadway new Philadelphia Discussion 9. Quartet Fine silk helps All shades with Silver and Gold buckles at Halls jewelry store ladies Call and examine them. 18-6 . J. Smith and family have returned Home from their visit in the Lone Star state and other Points. The doctor reports a Good time and do s for your Windo shades Only 18 cents per Shade Spring rollers and 25 cents with fringe a Fine lot. Call and examine my Stock before you buy elsewhere at no. 108 South Broadway new Philadelphia Miss Marie Outhwaite de Pere wis., has passed an examination As an expert drummer before the musical jury appointed by Theodore Thomas she is Only eight years old. Who can beat this. George w. Glatfelter this City who has been visiting his parents at Fern Island summer resort opposite Midvale tile works while he was fishing last Friday caught a German Carp which tipped the Scales at 30 lbs it measured 33 inches Long and 20% inches in circumference it was a Daisy and this is no lie. Oil and Crayon work. A very handsome and finely executed Oil painting has been exhibition in the Post office for a week and has attracted marked attention. It is the production miss Beulah Morgan who is this week organizing a class. She also teaches Crayon work and is said to be quite an artist in both branches. Her address is no. 131 second Street where persons May apply for terms other Valley reporter. This painting is the Balcony scene rom Romeo and Juliet worthy notice. Miss Morgan will also Start a class in this City leave word Here. New styles elegantly finished and and fully warranted buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. I5tf the dedication Petroleum Park yesterday proved a very popular and successful affair. J. It. Brewster who has fitted up this Park so admirably entirely at his own expense and presented it to the Public for their use and enjoyment free All charges whatever is really a philanthropist and a Public Benefactor and his labor love deserves the warmest recognition and acknowledgement. He saw a Public need and he supplied it. Of course much yet remains to be done but our Only wonder was that so much had been accomplished in so Short a time. Accessible both by drive and by River excursions Petroleum Park with its refreshing Shade and attractive scenery is bound to be a popular resort the Only drawback being its distance from the City which will prevent those who Are without Means transportation from availing themselves it. A Park close to the City was one the most evident needs Independence and one about which we had considerable to say when we cast our lot Here thirteen years ago. The exercises at the Park consisted chiefly an address by Hon. W. P. Campbell Wichita who addressed himself to the g. A. R. Veterans who had charge the program. Or. Brewster made a Brief speech presenting the Park to the Public and assured them it should be theirs to use and enjoy so Long As the rules for its preservation were observed. Remarks were also made by Comrade Cox coffeeville4 and . T f. Andress Liberty. The Young America brass band was present and with the vocalists enlivened the exercises and contributed to the enjoyment the spectators. In the evening the natural Gas torches were lighted giving a most Beautiful effect under the Green canopy the Forest and making the whole scene seem like a Bower in Independent Coffeeville Kansas. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remain unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by june 11, 1894. W. Baldoli will n. Beethan mrs. Ruth Green Warren m. Arnold. Tim dans Frank Ellis f. C. John Nibert m. E. Rolison. Please say a a advertised when asking for above. D. Wyss p. M satisfy yourself by seeing the largest and Best Stock farm wagons Spring wagons and buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio 15tf obituary. Nathan Leggett died May 14, 1894 aged 77 years and 14 Days. Or. Leggett was born in Union township Tuscarawas county Ohio a farm 1% Miles East Rockford. He was United in marriage with Mary Ann Herron March 25, 1841. To this Union was Given seven children four boys and three girls All living but one and present at their fathers funeral . Leggett soon after his marriage moved to a farm West Roxford making it his Home until his death he was an excellent Farmer Dili gent in business and succeeded under the Blessing god in accumulating a sufficiency wordly goods he was a devoted father and a kind neighbor. Thus another the old and useful men has fallen. He was converted and joined the m. E Church in 1840, was among the first members the Roxford Church and an efficient worker. He taught his children the Way life and As result they have accepted the atone ment Jesus and Are striving for a Home in heaven. His illness was Brief and severe his death brings sadness and sorrow to sister Leggett in her old age and affliction and sore bereavement to his family. May god bless them. John n. Lemasters. Our Rural neighbors what they Are doing in this Busy world strife. Gilmore. Mrs. Maria Norman has been ill the past week. Or. Gooding was in new Philadelphia monday business. and son Dallas were in new Philadelphia saturday. Burt Gooding went to Tuscarawas saturday. Cyrus Linard entertained two his Brothers saturday and sunday. James Sproul spent sunday with his son in Law and daughter Fleming Ito berth a and wife. Mrs. Mary Gilmore and daughters visited relatives Here sunday. Elvan and Harry Bowers spent sunday at . Hefling a. A delegation our Young people were to have represented the m. P. Christian Endeavor society this place at Hopewell Guernsey co., sunday but were prevented by indications rain. Lemuel Lindsay and wife were at West Chester saturday. Born to James Crouch and wife Friday May 25, 1894, a son. Fred helter and wife called Flem Roberts sunday. Or. Hefling was in West Chester business saturday. After a pleasant visit with parents Here mrs. A. Hiller returned to her Home in Newcomerstown saturday. Bartlett Rankin and wife visited the letters parents Stephen Johnson and wife Watson Creek sunday. Mrs. Oscar Curby visited her sister mrs. Ezra Fawcett saturday. Misses Hiller and Gram Gnadenhutten visited relatives Here several Days last week. Rev. J. D. Murphy delivered a memorial Sermon to members the g. A. R. And their friends sunday 4 clock . Bitter Sweet. Base Ball. Some Ball players from Gnadenhutten and Uhrichsville came up last saturday to play As they supposed the real estates but our boys knew nothing it. A nine was gotten up Here and a few innings were played. The visiting boys had the Best the game and quit at the Middle the game. Rather poor playing both sides. Done to forget boys that the real estates a a do play Ball a and you will find yourselves in a Tough Row stumps when you tackle them. You must not judge them by the players you met saturday. But try them if you want to be convinced. On thursday afternoon to Day at 2 clock Sharp there will be another interesting game in which the red Cross Oil club Wheeling and the real estates this City will meet. The Wheeling club is pronounced a crack club and a Fine game is promised. You want to see this game sure. Hammocks. At Lehman a Only 65 cents. Full fifteen feet Long. Come and examine them at the old stand 108 South Broadway new Philadelphia The same sucker hooked. A number people in this Vicinity have been receiving circulars the a Green goods Stripe to catch a saw dust suckers. While the general plan is about the same As All others that have gone before this one is the Leverise and adroitly worded. The usual newspaper clipping accompanies it As Well As explanations with the caution not to use the nails for the purpose communication. The password and number Are a separate slip paper printed in red Ink. The circular in winding up reads As follows a in. there be any offi Ial notice stamped this envelope pay no attention to it whatever As it is put there by the new administration to find out who has got the plates As they Are missing from the Treasury. Possession the original plates is at the foundation my Success and As i have the plate the stamping this ridiculous notice Annot injure me at All unless to frighten off some timid the circular purports to be sent out from new York City but the Headquarters Are at Easton penna., the Home swindlers and frauds. Printed ducks. Ever heard them Well they ire the most stylish Wash fabrics. Hundreds pretty summer suits will come from our 1000 Yards and the colouring a pretty blues with White dots and fashionable tans with Small figures Plain White and Tan they Are just the ones Correct dressers Admire. There is Wear and style. They Are 30 full inches in Width. At 15 cents per Yard. New Philadelphia s. S. Urfer. Deserved compliment. The concert Given by the great Eastern band new Philadelphia at the opera House last wednesday evening was one the most enjoyable and artistic musical entertainments Ever Given in Cadiz and the audience was delighted. The program throughout was composed selections a High order and were rendered in a charming and artistic manner and the manner in which they rendered the music the masters such As a Tancreda a a a Zampa a a poet and peasant a Etc., is convincing that it is an organization away above the average and has but few equals. The solos and duets by different members were simply grand and in All it was an entertainment displaying great musical skill and Talent and Cadiz was delighted with their visit and they will Ever receive a Hearty Welcome Here. New Philadelphia should be proud their Sentinel. Port Washington. Memorial services were held at the moravian Church last sunday. Rev. R. E. Clewell delivered the address. A Large number g. A. R. Men were present. Our Coal operators shipped six car loads Coal to Coshocton last week. The following is the program the third commencement the port Washington High school to be held in the town Hall wednesday evening june 6, 1894 instrumental duet a a the High school cadets.�?�. Chas. A. Riley miss Ella Kinsey. Invocation Rev. R. E. Clewell. Song a come where the daisies Salut Atory a silent influences a. Laura Oakleaf. Instrumental duet. Oration a the reign the common people a j. H. Fidler. Song a a come to the essay a the Good old times a. Maggie Stofer. Instrumental duet. Valedictory a every Man is the architect his own Fortune a. Clara Sperling. Song a when my ship comes Over the presentation diplomas. Supt. C. L. Cronebach. Song a a fond hearts dream .�?� Benediction Rev. J. Schoettle. No Flowers. Admission 15 cents. Tickets will be placed Sale at m. W. Nargney a store no extra charge for reserved seats. Our base Ball club went to Dennison last saturday beating the Green Leeds 26 to 16. Or. Peters Uhrichsville spent saturday evening and sunday morn ing with miss Kittie Bremer. Who is a a second Best a now the lower rooms our school closed last wednesday and the High school Friday. A prize was offered in spelling during the term and in the final contest Friday afternoon miss Clara Sperling came out victorious i am Selling the Young Many a buggy better than Ever. John Myers new Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf French process flour. The celebrated a. Beyers Imperial French process flour is now placed the Market at the unprecedented Low Price $1 per sack % bbl. As a High Grade flour it has no peer in Eastern Ohio. Ask your grocer for it try it and be convinced. 22-3 River Mills co. Marriage permits. John Ludyn Louisa Buss. Marion h. Butler Nora e. Henry Alex. Marks Mary Williams. Frank w. Sherrerd Catherine e. Cronebach. Michael Reidys Caroline a. Kent. Winfred k. A Rimble Clara m. Stoody. Rogers Griffiths Bashy Little. J. J. Kobertz Angeline Davis. Real estate transfers. S. Announcements. Please announce the name John h. Hines As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention at Newcomerstown Ohio june 21, 1894. Democrat Mill township. De. Times please announce my name As a candidate for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 21,1894. Adam Miller Oxford township. Done to fail to Call and see our 50? hats we give great bargains for the next two weeks in untrimmed hats and trimmed hats go at a sacrifice. 21-2 Mattie Meanor. Of you buy the Deering Ideal Mower with Sycicle bearings you can Cut one half More in a Day than with any other machine because the Light draft. Call Waltz amp Schweitzer agents new Phila. 17tf to the Public. I wish to announce that i have started a milk route and will each Day deliver pure clean milk at the door any one wishing to buy. A share the Public patronage is earnestly solicited. Yours respectfully 18-tf Valentine Doerschuk. When you have any colouring to do come to us for magic dyes. We warrant them to give the Best satisfaction if you follow the simple directions. 10? at gents chs drug store. Suddeth to w. H. Marbur Ger 46-100 acres Uhrichsville $800 l. H. West to the trustees Oxford township lot 1, Newcomerstown $200. Calista i. And Marion c. Julian to j. S. Brown lot 4, Newcomerstown $300. John Hofer to Elizabeth Hambach 1 acre Dover $550. C. V. Mccluskey to t. Morris % acre Mill $1000. F. Mcelhaney to Nancy j. Hamby a gdn., 8 acres and 48 ads Oxford $283.45. E. A. Parish to Jerimiah Shultz lot 29, Uhrichsville $200. G. H. Fowler to d. W. Hunt lot 13, Dennison $600. William and c. Bovard to t. F. Lemaster it. Al., 30 39-100 acres Union and Warren $1500. Catharine Lahr to Jesse Harper 10 acres Dover $850. Johh Truman to Jacob Truman 41% acres Warren $400. John hummels adm. To Anthony Malone 48 acres and 70 ads. York $830. G. C. Delong to f. A. Stiers parts lots 82, and 83, Midvale $105. I. H. Troendly to f. L. Mizer 16% acres Bucks $412.50. William Clark to Millie e. Kaser Man lot 2, new Philadelphia $500. Christian Meyers heirs to Melvina e. Sites 3 acres Goshen $1006. Margaret r. Of Donnell to John l. Hardy 35 55-100 acres Mill $1300. L. B. To j. A. Lightle 24 acres and 60 ads Goshen $1000. Anna Mary Zellers exc to Philip Gintz 69 acres Goshen $2425. Edward and George Mason to c. L. Zimmerman lot 40, Dover $700. J. C. Johnson to William Bunfill lot 5. Uhrichsville $6q0. Michael Kropp to Clara e. Dilley 68 90-100 acres Dover $2900. Samuel Wahlen to the Concordia society part lots 111 and 112, new Philadelphia $1000. The Concordia society to Pete Fahrney part lots 111 and 112, new Philadelphia $900. I. P. Mcgregor to c. L. Scott 97 acres Warren $4550. S. Mcpherson to Jacob Williams lot 26 and 27, Pike run $350. J. A. Hostetler to Magdelena Seevers lot 38, Dover $215. J. F. Kaldenbaugh to Edward Strine part lot 2, new Philadelphia $300. Charlotte a. Roth to Adolph Sherer lot 7, Warwick $1350. In an article under the caption a Money the main question a the Cincinnati enquirer grossly misrepresents the letter and spirit the resolutions passed by the democracy Licking county at their convention last saturday. Two sets resolutions a re offered in the convention both which were practically the same purport and meaning the Tariff question. But one these sets resolutions which was offered As a substitute for the other was More specific in statement the Silver question. The substitute however which was adopted was equally As Clear and emphatic the Tariff question As the resolutions which were originally introduced. Its language which is As follows Speaks for itself a we congratulate the democratic House representatives upon the passage the Wilson Bill and accept it As the nearest attainable fulfilment the platform pledge in favor Tariff Reform. We urge the democrats the Senate to end the delay so detrimental to the interests the country by the immediate passage the Bill for Tariff Reform. A we Are specially gratified by the action the House in restoring the income tax and we hereby endorse it As a just and Wise step toward the restoration Equality in this Resolution there was not a dissenting voice opinion in the convention. Any Resolution demanding the immediate passage a Tariff Reform Bill by Congress even though the measure called for More Radical reductions than those the Wilson Bill would have been unanimously adopted by the convention last saturday. The discussion the resolutions adopted showed no division sentiment whatever the necessity for the immediate Tariff Reform. But so far As the Silver question was concerned the Resolution that subject was by no Means adopted overwhelmingly. On the contrary it barely passed by a Small majority the vote being 107 years to 97 nays. The enquirers article therefore in claiming construing that any action the democratic convention in this City last saturday Means a Money is the main questions is a perversion the facts and a misrepresentation the sentiments the democracy Licking county. Furthermore if the idea had been advanced in the convention saturday that the enquirer would resort to such use the Silver Resolution adopted As an argument against the immediate passage by Congress the pending Tariff Hill that Resolution would not have received a dozen votes. It would have been scouted out the convention. The democracy Licking county Are not in favor abandoning the great question Tariff Reform for the Silver question any other question just now. The first demand the democracy old Licking is that the Tariff question shall be settled. And that it shall be settled promptly and rightly. All other questions Are daily advocate. Circuit court report. Appeal cases. Uriah t. Cross is Catharine Knob lock. Settled. Phineas Arnold it Al. Is Christopher Bence it Al. Continued. William c. Williamson it Al. Is Beriah Johnson adm a. Continued. Frederick helter . Is Chas. W. Murphy. For defendant correction deed. Frederick helter . Is John f. Cappel. For defendant correction deed. Jonathan Stafford is George w. Me Roby. Settled we. Mckeever it Al. Is a. P. Thompson. Demurrer overruled leave to answer Case continued. Elizabeth Reiss is Mary Reiss it Al. Continued. Error. James Mcollough is Joseph Dinning. Court below affirmed. C. L. Amp w. By. Is Thomas Hazlett. Court below reversed. Christian Gerber is Frederick continued. Arnold extra. Is John court below reversed. Bernhardt. Kirkwood s. English. Remanded. Hugh Allen is George e. Stewart. For defendant As to credit note remanded. H. L. Rice adm a Etc. Is P. Taylor ext a. Court below affirmed. Brock Hill Coal co. Is Charles w. Walker. Continued. Alexander Marks is John c. Zuta Vern. Continued. Village Uhrichsville is Samuel c. Auld. Court below affirmed. Village Uhrichsville is Nancy e. Meally. Court below affirmed. Williams m. F. S. Co. Is. Joseph h. Riggle. Continued. Mandamus. Ohio sex. Rel. G. W. Helter is l. P. Myers. Dismissed. Ohio sex. Rel. . Helter is John a. Zeeb treas., Etc. Writ allowed Case continued. Assignment cases common pleas. Judge j. A. Mansfield. Monday june 4, 1894. Ganz Liebman amp co. Is Samuel Goodman it Al. Andrews it Al. Is Henry l. Custer it Al. Tuesday june 5. John is Mary Mclean it Al. John a. Wagner adm rvs John s. Koller ext a. Thursday june 7. Tuscarawas electric co. Is new Philadelphia. Friday june 8. John m. Curry amp co. Is William Koehler it Al. Baking a a . Powder absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. Latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Street new York. The famous Deering binders and mowers now have Ball bearings like a Sycicle. Save your horses by buying Waltz amp Schweitzer. New Philadelphia Chio. 17tf no Home can he Happy where the Mother suffers from terrible headaches nervous troubles. Enclose stamp for mrs. Lena Cooper 1534 Lorain St., Cleveland to Tell you Low . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer cured her after had Given up All Hope cure. It is sold at gents chs drugstore. Notice to contractors. Until 2 clock p. In., june 9, 1894, the trustees the new Philadel phia Lodge i. Of will receive bids for the superstructure their new Lodge building including All the necessary labor and material required to Complete the building As indicated by the plans and specifications file with the trustees in new Philadelphia and also with architect Romig canal Dover All bids must be sealed and accompanied with an approved Bond in the sum one fourth the amount the hid and conditioned for the faithful performance the work apply to architect trustee for Blanks. C. D. Grimes John a. Himes trustees Johns. Knisely May 24, 1894. 22-2 i wanted an intelligent Man Good Penman a member s. Of v school teacher preferred to super intend the work a corps agents canvassing for a specially in the county Tuscarawas. O., also to take charge the delivering Anci collecting steady employment Good pay to right party. Address j. W. C amp co., 233 South sixth Street Phila Delphia a. 21-3 an Ohio fathers baby. My wife received a Sample bottle . Hands Colic cure. For four months she hardly took her clothes off baby cried so. The Sample hands Colic cure worked like magic. I went right to the drug store and bought a 25? bottle and a bottle hands pleasant physic and we Are truly grateful that such Relief came to baby and to us. Respectfully Geo. Vaught Delaware Ohio. Why Are so Many people who formerly patronized other clothiers now buying us Berkoz the people Are Quick to learn where to get the new cases. Lizzie c. Stewart is Willis Stewart. Suit for divorce the ground Gross neglect duty habitual drunkenness and adultery. The first National Bank canal Dover is Geo. Walter it Al. Suit co Novit note. Henry h. Seibert is Joseph t. Mclean. Damage suit for alleged malpractice. Clara e. Mcollough is Floyd i. Mcollough. Suit for Alimony the ground that defendant refuses to support plaintiff. We. Clague is Taylor amp Gameter. Suit account for work and labor. State Ohio relation Anna helter is John a. Zeeb As treasurer Etc. Mandamus proceeding. 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 Cio usand free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. Buy the Deering Ideal Mower that took first prize at the worlds fair. It is the Only Mower made with Ball bearings. Waltz amp Schweitzer 17tf new Philadelphia Ohio. Democratic convention. The democratic voters the seventeenth District Ohio composed the counties Coshocton Licking Holmes Tuscarawas and Wayne Are hereby notified that the democratic congressional convention said District will be held at Coshocton o., thursday june 28,1894, at 2 clock p. M., for the purpose nominating the democratic Candi Date for member Congress in this District. The basis representation to which each the said counties shall be entitled to delegates is following ratio. One Delegate for each 100 votes cast for Lawrence t. Neal for governor at the state election in november 1893, and additional Delegate for each fraction fifty More votes so cast. The several counties will be entitled to the following number delegates in said convention respectively to wit basis. Delegates. Coshocton. 3441 34 Holmes. 2914 29 Licking. 5368 54 Tuscarawas,.5331 52 Wayne. 4476 45 by order the democratic congressional committee the seventeenth District. J. H. Newton chairman j. C. Fisher Secretary. Persons wanting Coal will Leaver Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 18-tf g. W. Mathias. Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cured piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25? per Box for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Attention Farmers. You will please Bear in mind that we Are now offering to the Public the latest improved Ball and roller bearing Deering harvesting machinery which can not be excelled by any other also All the latest improved farm implements. It will save you Money to Call and see us before buying. Call at the office in the rear part the Sherman House barn. E. G. Waltz. 17tf Sylvanus Schweitzer. Most for their Money we give style Quantity and Quality. I see for yourself t amp the new clothiers and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio p. A our merchants tailor ing is a up to Date in styles fit and workmanship. A Large assortment Domestic and imported fabrics to select from

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