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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 11, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. Philadelphia times. Now that the Tariff matter is settled and business booming try our ads. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday october 11, 1894. Number 42. Democratic ticket. State ticket for Secretary of state Milton Turner Gurnsey county. For supreme judge Jas d. Ermston Hamilton county. For school commissioner or. J. A. Leach Franklin county. For Board Public works Harry p. Keffor Tuscarawas county. County ticket. For auditor Edgar a. Walter Goshen township. For county commissioner Adam Stocker Salem township. For infirmary director George Crater. Dover township. For Coroner Joseph h. Hostetler Dover township. For circuit court judge s. Hunter Licking county. For Congress. James a. Richards. Tuscarawas county. Bankrupt Sale a a the Shutz amp Bixler Stock co stating of it a mortal Olow mint. No use for the Republican Wool buyer to squirm on the advancing Price of Wool. He will have to take his Medicine with Good Grace. As a crawfish Mckinley takes the Premium. His speeches do not ring in the same tune. He is for everything and anything for notoriety. The great sugar Combine stand the democratic pressure. Sugar will now come Down the lowest it has been for years. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Bring us your Job printing. Job printing at the times office. H a. Parmelee the woodworker Jonas Neff of Illinois is visiting relatives in this Vicinity this week. Fred Winter and wife of Oscoda mich., Are in the City on a visit to f. Irvine and wife. When you pm to the Street fair be sure and see Burnside a 6 and 1 cent Bazar. The Republican press should muzzle Ambrose a. Bowers wife and Litt Bradstreet and dunes reports. They 6n, Forney returned Home Satur say Trade and business is bounding up and a general resumption of All industries on the increase. The Zanesville record Man has got them again. He says the state will go 120,000 Republican and Only two Democrat congressmen will be returned. If some one done to muzzle him hell go Daft sure. Worth of menus and boys clothing which we bought at sheriff s Sale and will be sold for Cash Only for about 50 Tats on the Dollar. 50 fall at once g. Hauser amp sous new Philadelphia Ohio. Sheriffs proclamation november election. Tues it member 6th, ism. The Only free Silver ballot to be voted is the one with the rooster on top. The Nimby Pamby attitude of the Republican party offers no promises of definite action. You will sell your Birthright for a mess of Pottage by listening to their lying promises. The average country Republican editors Are at their wits end for Campaign Thunder. The Best thing they can do is to Hunt up some of the old democratic papers and publish their Silver and Tariff article. It will give them impetus and Delight their readers. The Woolen schedule goes into effect january 1st, 1895, after that Date the Workingman wont have to contribute to the Trust every time he buys a Woolen shirt. About that time the republicans will claim it was their party that caused the reduction. The East Liverpool potters who were bursting with rage about the new Tariff six Moths ago Are now running night and Day and some of them on sunday. These rascals Hood oed Mckinley but they did no to succeed in bulldozing the democratic Globe. The democratic party is to be congratulated in getting rid of the Louisiana sugar Bounty Sharks. They have looted the Treasury under the Mckinley system but now when they Are Cut Oil they go to where they belong with their Champion Mckinley and his Star eyed followers. Mckinley in one of his speeches out West asked a How do you like the a number of workmen who were present and who had not worked for Over eight months until a few weeks ago replied. A we like it and no thanks to you Anil your this is echoed All Over the land. Local melange. J. H. Reed who has been residing in Newcomerstown moved to this City arid has taken up his residence on Tuscarawas Avenue. It a Kull Cial High in office at Washington Are becoming uneasy Over the arrest of capt. Howgate. It is said that he has expressed a willingness to give names with convincing documents those who made it possible for him to do the stealing and received a bulk of the swag. Whereas by the Laws of Ohio regulating elections it is required by the sheriff of his county to give notice before time of holding a general election by proclamation through out the county of the time at which said election shall be Holden in pursuance of such requirement i William Adams sheriff of Tuscarawas county Ohio do hereby proclaim and make known that the rat tuesday after the first monday being the 6th Day of november 1894, is by the Constitution of Ohio and the statutes in pursuance thereof appointed the Day on which the qualified electors of Tuscarawas county Ohio shall meet in their respective townships at their usual places of holding elections Between the hours of 6 o clock . And 6 of clock p.m., and proceed to Yote by ballot for one person for Secretary of the state of Ohio. One person for judge of the supreme court of the state of Ohio. One person for school commissioner of the state of Ohio. One person for member of the Board of Public works of the state of Ohio. One person for Congress in the general Assembly of the United states for the seventeenth District composed of the counties of Coshocton Licking Holmes Wayne and Tuscarawas. One person for judge of the circuit court of the fifth judicial District of the state of Ohio composed of the counties of Fairfield Richland Wayne Stark Knox Licking Muski Ngum Morgan Coshocton Ashland Holmes Perry Tuscarawas Morrow and Delaware. One person for auditor of the county of Tuscarawas. One person for commissioner of the county of Tuscarawas one person for infirmary director of the county of Tuscarawas. One person for Coroner of the county of Tuscarawas. For the Legal conduct of this election judges and clerks Are referred to the Laws of Ohio. Given under my hand and Seal at the sheriffs office in new Philadelphia Ohio the let Day of october a. D., 1894. William Adams sheriff of Tuscarawas county A a a for Sale cheap. As i am now using City water i will sell cheap a first class wind Derrick and 60 barrel water tank. I also offer at a bargain my greenhouses which can be moved in sections. Daniel Wyss new Phila Delphia for 8ale�?a three year old a Shaw Colt Well broke almost a new buggy and harness. All for $80. In quire at times we have Given a. Bippus a soothe. Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nuts Cious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase a co., distillers Louisville by. A copy of the daily senti Nel published at Junction City Kansas by Charbin and Litts found its Way to the editorial table Friday. It is vol 1, no. 1, handsomely printed and denotes Prosperity from the outset. Bro. Chardin is a Hustler and one of those democrats that can be banked on every time unflinchingly and a terror in waking up the a P. And pops in his Section. Success to them. The republicans Are beating around on the same Issue As the democrats on Silver. Four years ago the tune was different and How democrats were ridiculed on their Silver attitude was astonishing. Tariff has taken a Back seat and the penitent g. O. P. Wants the people to believe they always did want free Silver. Just Rake up some of your Republican papers and see where they stood will be amusing literature. Day from a two weeks visit with Cleveland friends. The next meeting of the new Philadelphia District conference m. E. Church will be held at Midvale oct. 22d and 23d. Henry Malernee died at his Home near freeport4 on the 24th inst., after a Long illness. He is the brother of Ezra Malernee of this City. The ladies of the presbyterian Church will serve a Chicken picnic dinner at 12 of clock. Thursday oct. 18th, the Public Are cordially invited. Rev. Kozower and Rev. Rust of the German reformed Church have gone to attend the Central Synod at new Knoxville a Glaize county. Ohio. Beautiful Black Birds for Sale at mrs. Russel a two for 25 cents. Call Early for your Bird for one in the hand is Worth two in the Bush. Or James Mcgregor of Panora Iowa returned Home tuesday after spending several weeks with his brother Leroy Mcgregor and other friends. J. F. Rainsberger and wife of near new Philadelphia were the guests of j. F. Grace and family one Day this week. Mrs. Rainsberger is or. Graces youngest her. Aid. We. E. Barnes of Blakes Mills has been granted an original pension. He is a deserving Man and was a Good Soldier. Another victim of Hoke Smith and the democratic administration. A Burnside Selle cheap Sells a Heap. K Daniel Brockey of Bolivar was lodged in jail last saturday on the charge of grand larceny. He is alleged to have stolen a lot of harness from Joseph Wier of Somerdale. He is doubtless a sure candidate for the Ohio pen. John c. Donahey has purchased the Brown lot known As the Gentsch property on West High Street at $3000. The lot has a dwelling on the rear end but or Donahey will build a Nice residence end facing on High Street. Tips Selling at mrs. Russel a three for 15 cents. Who had been working for the few weeks in Uhrichsville was arrested in the latter place monday charged with larceny and forgery. He had a hearing and was bound Over to common pleas court in default of bail was brought to new Philadelphia and lodged in jail by marshal s. Auld of Dennison tuesday morning. Editor Lawler of the Carrollton chronicle had eight dollars taken from a Vest hanging in his room the other night by a burglar who ransacked his House. This is something strange for an editor to Loose so much Money As the average scribbler hardly Ever has eight cents in his pocket but having p. Attached to his Naife made him a victim. Wonderful bargains in hats for fall and Winter to be had at mrs. Russel a \ ipod n Han Jet % miss Emma Mcdaniel of Washington. Pa., is visiting her Cousin miss Lucy Hephinger of this City. Mrs. Ada Russel has procured the services of miss Lewis of Cleveland a first class City trimmer who will take pleasure in meeting the Many on of her store. Just arrived a Fine line of Impo Ted chinaware prices lower than Ever at swifts new York Racket store. Fit 42 a a prof. O. S. Reed of Nobles i ind., favored the members of the Christian Church of this City with two scholarly discourses on sunday last morning and evening. The Church at evening was filled with people Anco we hear from Manv who were there that the discourse was not Only interesting but very instructive bringing Forth ideas new and convincing to his hearers. We learn that the professor will again preach at the Church in this City sunday october 20th, both morning and evening. Or. Reed is Here engaged in the forthcoming biographical history of our county and is a son of or. Reed who in the fifties resided in new Philadelphia. He was also a Soldier during the War and last year was department Chaplin of the g. A. R. Of Indiana. Correspondence. \ burnside11 the Man you want to stand by. Henry b. Keffer of Uhrichsville Tuscarawas county Ohio has been nominated by the democrats of a old Buckeye a for member of Board of Public works. Or. Keffer has been an untiring Soldier in democratic ranks for the past thirty years and has made himself an influence in the counsels of his party and has thrown vigor and Enterprise into her local campaigns. At the recent state democratic convention which nominated or. Keffer a platform was adopted of which the following Resolution is a part a resolved a a that we favor Liberal pensions to soldiers sailors and marines their widows and the veterans of Ohio should give Honor to whom Honor is due and Bow with deference to their old Comrade Henry b. Keffer for this recognition at the hands of Ohio democracy. Having marched and fought with a the boys a his sympathies Are with a the boys a and he is Ever vigilant to see that their interests Are guarded and cared for. Fall and Winter suits made to order in the very latest styles by David Maurer the tailor. 41 -3m it it seems real funny to hear the calamity howlers of the Republican Stripe averting that the tin Industry is ruined by the Tariff when at the same time they announce six Large plants being erected in Indiana Gas Belt Region one of them costing alone Over a million dollars. It looks like ruin but you know they have to howl whether business is Good or not. They Are built that Way and that the Way they hoodwink the uneducated to their thinking. Our Republican contemporaries continue to publish in their to sums that often repeated a that the democratic Quot party Hub caused sugar to a go store. Rev. Geo. F. Moug pastor of the lutheran Church of Carrollton has organized a thriving Mission at Zoa station Tuscarawas county and hereafter will devote each alternate sunday to attending to that Anc Cumberland. The Carrollton charge was loth to consent to the arrange ment but the Field looked so inviting they gave chronicle. Burnside to closing out All lace curtains at let a than Cost. $20,000 Bridge Bonds for build River Bridge on new Road at Newcomerstown and paying for River Bridge rebuilt at Trenton on site of Bridge burned last Spring were sold by county commissioners last Friday for a Premium of $938.00 and accrued interest amounting in All to about $1100. Tuscarawas county Bonds never before sold at so great a Premium. This is surely an evidence of Confidence in the financial Weld. To Spirig a Midnight visitor. Wednesday night about the hour of three of clock a burglar entered the residence of George Taylor on North Broadway by hoisting Awin Dow. Or. Taylor and his son Frank were sleeping Down stairs. The Gas was turned on Low and from some or Taylor awakened seemed surprised for a moment and then ran out of the room and through the parlor room and out through the window. Or. Taylor jumped out of bed. Got his revolver and followed after him but he lad escaped in the darkness. The fellow carried with him a part of the window Blind so lastly did he go through the window. He is not a professional or he would have held the fort with a revolver and ordered or. Taylor to lie still. He was on the contrary a much surprised Burgar. It is a great pity George did not get a shot at him. The thief did not have time to get much plunder. He got away with a Box of handkerchiefs leaving the Box a Short distance from the House. The other members of the family were much frightened. Look at the elegant Jardiniere at Quot swifts new York Racket store. 42-1 news gathered by our Busy corps of special news gatherers. The twin cities. E. H. Smith Uhrichsville moves to new port tuesday. John Timmerman of Bowerstown was on our streets saturday. Mrs. G. E. Stewart of West Side is visiting in Huntington ind. We. Stitely of Washington ind. Is the guest of friends Here. Frank Jarvis of Uhrichsville was at Cadiz on business last week. Frank Uhrich of Kansas City is visiting relatives in Uhrichsville. De. Brown candidate for county auditor was in town last monday. Val Edge of Youngstown visited relatives in the twin cities last week. Miss Bertie Stilgenbauer of Uhrichsville is visiting relatives at Bellevue 8. Johnson of Dennison Deposit Bank made a business trip to new York last week. Eli Westhafer of Cleveland visited his son j. B. Westhafer in Uhrichsville. Miss Bertie Kindregan of Chicago is the guest of her sister mrs. John Fuhr of Dennison. Alice Thompson of Wilmot is the guest of her sister mrs. Samuel Warner Uhrichsville. John Anderson of Burgettstown pa., is the guest of his brother j. W. Anderson of Dennison. Mrs. H. E. Boyce and children of Wheeling Are guests of a. J. Trader and family of Dennison. Geo. Reneker has returned from Cincinnati where he has been receiving treatment for an ailing Eye. W. A Castle who is teaching the Public school at new Hagerstown Sun Dayed with Dennison friends. Mrs. Samuel belts who resides in the Vicinity of san Francisco cal., is visiting relatives in this Section. Mr6. Annie Sams of Bowerstown is the guest of John Sams and family first and Grant streets Dennison Steward Price family and John Butterfield of new Hagerstown were guests of Henry Price and family of Thornwood Park saturday. Or. A. H. Bash wife and daughter mrs. Cliff Hilton of Uhrichsville attended a family reunion at Beach City this week. Or. E. Schwab of Columbus has been appointed to the position of draughtsman in the office of master Mechanic Arp of p. Amp St. L. Shops Dennison. Bert Mohn the Well known grocer of Dennison has accepted a position As drummer for a wholesale grocery House and has moved his family to Jewett. John Mcconnel of Dennison has returned from new York where he spent his weeks vacation and resumed his work As Yardmaster for the handle company. Mrs. A. B. East of Washington d. C., was the guest of j. Huffman of North main Street Uhrichsville sunday. She is now visiting her sister mrs. We. Brann of new Hagerstown and will visit friends in new Philadelphia before returning Home. Postmaster Wilkin of Uhrichsville is having an addition put to the office both in lock and open boxes. This will i Adam Alpeter met with a severe Accident saturday by falling across a wheel of a Vagon. Three ribs Bro in besides he received internal injuries. We Hope we May soon see him around again. Gilmore. Base Ball paraphernalia and the youths of the District especially the former were seen wending their Way with alacrity to Village school ground this morning. Ros Coe Mcfadden and mrs. Manda dearth will Wield the Birch in our schools this coming Winter. Mrs. Burrell and children of port Washington were guests of her parents at the commercial House saturday and sunday. Mrs. We. L. Baldwin of Bur Liard neb., joined her husband Here one Day last week. After a pleasant visit Obj several months with her parents Lemuel Lindsay and wife mrs. Clara Mccoy and daughter Bessie will Start to Day monday for their Chicago Home. James Carrothers and wife of Tippecanoe visited mrs. Cos. Brother or. Hefling on wednesday last. Theodore Lanning of Dennison was in town one Day last week. V miss Laura Morris is spending a few Days with her brother Oliver and family in Newcomerstown. Mrs. Manda dearth of Perry township moved last week into the property vacated by Rev. Westwood and family. Earl Spencer wife and child and mrs. J. Hudson Nee Taylor and son of Northern Missouri Are visiting relatives Here. Misses Lillie Rankin and Della Fowler visited Gnadenhutten friends sunday. Rev. Bradley the new m. P. Minister preached in the Church Here sunday evening. A bitter the Silver question. La convenient for those getting i ice 2 take your dried apples Bros. A Holzwo Khz. 41 up in we can Marietta will be the Mecca of the buy in the town of new Philadelphia educators of Eastern Ohio novem to Day 201be of the beat soft White Ber 30, for the annual meeting of the sugar for $1.00, persons a Untig Coal will or leave 8-tf. G. W. Mathias. If you want flooring siding Ceil it ing sawing or any _ or any kind of Wood work done,1lake it to h. A. A a Melee a Mill on East Ray Street. 15tf now we Challenge any Republican to furnish proof that you could buy More sugar for $1.00 under a Republican administration. Blank assertions prove nothing. As a matter of fact sugar always advanced ced during the fruit season has done so under the management of either party. There was a time within the year that you could buy 24 lbs. Of soft White sugar for $1.00. It was caused by Competition largely and was started by the Garve Bros. A co. Of Strasburg and by Robert Smith in Uhrichsville. Sugar will decline now that the fruit season is about Over. The Mckinley Bill was in Force during Harrison a administration and that was the period in which you had the cheapest sugar if the Republican papers Are Correct. Now name a merchant in Nev Phila. That at any time during Harrison a administration sold More thaa 201bs. Of sugar for $1.00. We have seen this old Chestnut in the advocate and Tribune both now come up gentlemen and give the proof. While sugar came in free you taxed the consumer on something else to the Bounty to the sugar planter and then claimed the credit of giving the consumer cheaper sugar. Eastern Ohio teachers association will be held there on that and the succeeding Day. A Fine program has been prepared and among the pub lie school teachers and others engaged in education deep interest will be taken in this gathering from the territory As far North As Columbiana county and As far West a Muski Ngum the teachers will gather for two Days of inspiring work and delightful recreation in historic Marietta. The Law known As Senate Bill no 813, was passed May 18th, 1894, and is entitled a an act to prevent the Sale of cigarettes cigars and tobacco to the following Are sections 8 and 9 of this act a Section 8. That whoever Sells gives or furnishes to any minor under 16 years of age any cigarette cigars or tobacco shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor More than fifty dollars or imprisonment not More than thirty Days or a Section 9. In Case of conviction for the violation of any of the provisions of sections 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9, of this act the person furnishing the information upon which a conviction results shall be paid one half of the Fine collected in any fire on Roy Street. Tuesday morning about 2 of clock the dwelling of mrs. Elizabeth stiff Ler a widow lady on East Ray Street near the cemetery was discovered on fire. The general alarm was Given by the tile works whistle and later by the fire Bell. Mrs. Stiffler was in bed asleep when John Grund awakened her. The fire was the work of a fiend who left a Jug partly filled with Oil in the Yard. He had started the fire in the rear end of the building. The stiffer building was nearly consumed with nearly All the contents. The House of Charles Henderson adjoining was considerably damaged. The loss on the Stiffler property and contents will amount to $800, covered by insurance. No one can assign a reason for such a dastardly trick. Incendiary fires Are becoming too frequent in our town and it is time an Effort was being made to catch the perpetrator of such crimes. See the new Margurete pattern of dinner sets at swifts new York Racket store. 42-1 it n their mail. The Dennison p. M., Finney has contracted with the keyless lock co., of Indianapolis for an up to Date outfit of furniture and boxes for the Dennison Post office. The rooms the Bovey writing room and the one now occupied by the Post office Are to be United by removing the partition making one of the finest offices in the state explaining the increase in the twin cities. Died at his Home in Dennison sept. 30th, 1894, Alexander Mccullough aged 78 years. The funeral services took place monday afternoon being the largest procession witnessed in the twin cities for some time. Interment was made in the Union cemetery. George t. Flemming of Dennison was granted a franchise by the Council of Uhrichsville at the meeting on last monday evening to Plant a Telephone system throughout the City. This new company will connect Uhrichsville. Dennison new Philadelphia Newcomerstown canal Dover port Washington Gnadenhutten and Midvale and furnish commercial communication at reduced rates from the one in opera Tion. The twin City Ball club suffered a defeat from the Pittsburg league club monday afternoon after a spirited game. The score Pittsburg 12, twin cities 7. The second was played thursday afternoon by the same teams and resulted in favor of out own. The score twin cities 11, Pittsburg 10. Saturdays games Between the twin cities and Union town were As follows Forenoon t. 7, uni Uniontown 2 afternoon Call on Daniel Wyss new Phila Delphia o., for bargains in no. 1 Shade and fruit Trees. His Trees Are of the Best varieties All grafted or budded. He Sells cheap. Of War on sugar. The Chicago inter Ocean of the 9th inst. Has this to say on sugar which no doubt will be interesting Reading to All except to protectionists and those who wish to hold up the Price on that commodity a beginning today War in sugar prices was inaugurated by the wholesale grocers of Chicago. Last May the grocers formed an organization to insure a uniform profit on sugar. Last Friday a circular was mailed to All the members of the association notifying them that after oct. 8 the rules of practice of the association would be suspended indefinitely which meant the Abo dment of the combination. The cause of this action was the condition of the stocks almost every jobber arid wholesale dealer being loaded to the brim with sugar. With the new crop coming in within a few weeks they would be swamped in attempting to carry such a Load. The prediction is made that the Price of sugar during the coming week will reach the Low David Maurer the tailor has just received some of the latest designs of fall and Winter goods which he will make up at very reasonable prices. Call and see goods. 41-4m deaths. After an illness of Over a year mrs. Mariah Loutzenhiser departed this life sunday oct. 7th. 1894, at 3 30 of clock p. Mrs. L. Was the wife of or. J. Loutzenhiser of South Broadway this City. Besides her devoted husband a daughter survives to mourn the loss of a kind Mother. Funeral was on wednesday at 2 of clock p. Interment at the East fair Street cemetery Lenord Smith an old and esteemed citizen residing about three Miles Northeast of this City died Friday last of a complication of diseases aged 71 years 8 months and 15 Days. A widow and four children two sons and two daughters All grown survive him. Funeral was on monday afternoon at the East fair Street cemetery and was largely attended by friends and relatives. Mrs. Samuel Gertsch widow of the late Samuel Gertsch of West Ray Street this City died Friday at the Home of her daughter mrs. John Warner of Blakes Mills of paralysis aged 73 years. One daughter survives her. Funeral was on sunday afternoon at East Avenue cemetery. Seth Dorsey died sunday morning at his Home on Tuscarawas Avenue the Cincinnati Gazette is. Hon a. S. Mcclure. From the Wayne county Democrat. The Cincinnati Gazette the Lead ing Republican paper of Ohio in com menting on the Silver resolutions in the Ohio democratic platform says a this is the time when the Ohio democracy assert leadership in a renewal of the Silver crusade which is passionately pressed in proportion to the depreciation of Silver because the repudiate or wants a margin of repudiation Worth making a disturbance about. The republicans of Ohio have the High and distinguished duty of destroying this nefarious combination in november what would the Cincinnati commercial Gazette do with Hon. A. S. Mcclure the Republican nominee for Congress in the 17th District. Captain Mcclure is a Silverize of the most pronounced kind As we shall prove by the following editorials copied from the Wooster Republican when he was editor of the Wooster Republican the Silver question. A the momentous question is will Congress discard Silver the most abundant of the precious metals in the solution of the problem of specie resumption. Let us re monetize Silver raise it from its disgraced position As a Metal rehabilitate it by restoring its old Legal tender properties replace it As a constitutional currency in the payment of All debts and the right of the old Silver Dollar will make the continent vocal with Sweet music. By such a course exact Justice would be done to the Public creditor and to the tax payer Wooster Republican Agust 10, 1876. Mcclure believes in the Silver Dollar. 44we believe in the restoration of the Silver Dollar As it was prior to the act of 1873. The restoration of the specie Standard the enforcement of the resumption act of 1875, ought to be resisted at every hazzard until the desirable work is achieved. With $9,000,000,000 of debts hanging Over the people of the United states in one form or another the restoration of a specie Standard with the Gold Dollar Only As Legal tender in the payment of All debts Public or private except so far As the subsidiary coins Are a Legal tender is a project that will bring misery ruin bankruptcy and repudiation in More or less aggravated Republican August 30, 1877. That was right. Or. Bland in talking to the Senate Fiance committee in behalf of his Silver Bill which recently passed the House talked boldly and bluntly. That was right. The people want bold Blunt Emp Hatic talk on the Silver question. The de monetization of Silver was a fraud and outrage. It was done one kingly and surreptitiously. It was a Coward blow delivered at the whole body of the creditor class in the United states. The shylock of the East chuckled Over its passage. Mortgages note shavers Coupon clippers and usurers clapped their hands when the Gigantic Villany was achieved. To Force by Aid of Congress every debtor in the United states to his debts in Gold Coin when by the contracts by the Constitution they were legally payable in Gold and Silver re monetization. Gold has been largely enhanced in value since the crusade against Silver which commenced in 1871. The purchasing Power of Gold has vastly appreciated in this country since the legislative burglary committed by Congress in 1873. But some say what is the difference whether debts Are legally payable in Silver and Gold or in Gold alone All the difference in the world. All the difference Between an abundant and a scanty circulating medium Between financial plenty and financial famine Between financial Prosperity and financial distress. This is a Battle Between the debtor and the creditor the plundered and the plundered the tax payer and the tax Republican december 27, 1877, the Gold Standard its injustice and impracticability. Gold resumption Means prodigious contraction. The Man who asserts the contrary misunderstands the financial situation. Gold resumption Means the Gigantic robbery of the debtor class. The Man who asserts the contrary deliberately falsifies. Gold resumption Means bloated gorged overwhelming bankruptcy. The Man who asserts the contrary is Dis tempered by the Gold Standard lunacy or infatuated with the Gold bugs desperate game. The men who propose to commit the Republican party to Gold resume to justify Congress in ultimately removing every Shackel from the Money Quality of Silver thus establishing the Equality of the precious metals in our coinage system. The Resolution was adopted. The Trade Dollar. The congressional record House proceedings March 1, 1882, contains this report or. Mcclure from the committee on coinage weights and measures reported As a substitute a Bill for no. 1202 a Bill h. R. No. 4694 to provide for the Exchange of the Trade dollars for Legal tender Silver dollars and to Sto the coinage of Trade dollars and for other purposes which was read a first and second time referred to the House calender and ordered printed. From the above record of capt. Mcclure on the Silver question we shall expect the Cincinnati Gazette to read him out of the Republican party. Done to fail to come and see my Fin display of Mill nary thursday and Friday of this week. Mattie Meanor. Real estate transfers. Alice Wright to Mary Kiser 1 acre Fairfield $350. W. F. Miller to m. Moody lots Aud 10. Dennison $1200. Kate and Perry j. Lower to Nancy Bell 1 acre new Philadelphia $1. Daniels to h9nery w. Enck lots 33 and 34, Dover $100o. Sheriff Adams to w. S. Murphy 26-100 acres Goshen $387. John h. Booth to Edward i. Moore part lots 427 and 428, new Philadelphia $380. Luther b. Demuth to John n. Miller 5 12-100 acres Dover $325. Henery kerch to Nathaniel Sieber 70 acres Dover. $3600. We. S. Dents a to Nancy j. Sheets lot 115, Newcomerstown $130. Geo. W. Mulvane to Sylvester sheets parts lots 109 and 110, Newcomerstown $215. Geo. W. Mulvane to Jane sheets parts lots 107 and 108 Newcomerstown $215. Bernie c. Pennis guardian to Orrie e. Garner lot 399 Uhrichsville $1338.�?T Mary and Christian Hoffman to s. Of Sweitzer lot 20, new Philadelphia $450. Thos. Moore a a to Geo. W. Miskimen lot 185, new Philadelphia $3000. Sheriff Adams to Bates amp Hance 13>ij acres Goshen,$4001. Alexander p. Thompson to Edward s. Thompson lot 7, Dennison $1500. Peter w. Goudy to Jonn and c. A. Nagely lots 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20, Midvale $1000. David Hite to Robert j. Lyle lot 8, Dennison $505. Mary a. And Horace e. Cole to Mary Watkins lot 98, Midvale $650. Andrew Livingston to Harvey Orr 1 acre Mill,$125. Edward a. Gibson to David King my lot i ircle Nash Ada a. And j. to by Fri Uel c. Detrich part lots 65, 66 and 6 7 Bolivar $1070. Samuel e. Bucher to John c. Laffer e. % lot 86 Mineral $700. We. Zigler to Ella p. Cd Oslett 17-100 acres Dover $400. A. Miller to w. B. Carr lot 49, Newcomerstown $700. Do not fail to see the elegant line of Winter wraps and capes just received from new York at j. H. Kinsey a. Probate court proceedings. J. F. Stephenson judge. Criminal court adjourned to Mon Day oct. 8th, 1894, at 10 of clock a. Oct. 1. Estate of George a. Dun mire proof of publication of notice of appointment filed. Estate of David Miller proof of publication of notice of appointment filed. Assignment of Frederick Maurer proof of publication of notice of payment of dividends filed. Assignment of Barcroft amp Banks deed filed. John a. Himes admr.,&c.,of min t. 8, Uniontown 0. The improvements worthy of men consumption aged about 43 years Tion Are the new Brick business or. Dorsey was a Fine Young Man Block on Grant Street Dennison of i Kaiui was held in High esteem by our w. W. Wallace a which is nearing completion a remodeler Brick residence of William Thompsons South water Street which presents a change in architecture the modern towers on the Dennison m. E. Church that Are rare in appearance and attract Ive to the Eye and the hardware store of j. W. Anderson Grant Street Dennison which when completed will add much to the Beauty of the Dennison business places. Has tto authority. / an Exchange says that the judgement of the Best Legal Talent in the state is to the effect that the game Warden has no authority under the Law to compel people to set Birds at Liberty. They Are acquired property. The common Law and Constitution of the state protects every persons right in property. If the game Warden opens your Cage doors you have the same remedy under the Law that you would obtain should he liberate your Stock from the barnyard. He May have the right to forbid the capture of Birds in the future but he has no right to interfere with those in hand. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remained unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by oct. 22. 1894. Richard Prosser David q. Porter mrs. N. Thompson we. Lab Evan Jenkens Mary gaol j. R. Hunt Phil Criter. We Desan. We. Black Robt. Williams Annie Bable please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. Shanesville. H. H. Penrod and e. E. Penrod were at Newcomerstown last week attending the fair. Ben Geller went to new Philadelphia sunday where he expects to stay for a couple Days. Rev. Hartman is away attending Synod this week. Many of our Young men were to Canton sunday to witness the base Ball game. Or. Smiley and wife of Indiana were Here visiting relatives last week. Or. And mrs. Schenberger and four children and miss Evans of Millers Burg were the guests of Philip Leys siday. A a mrs. Anna Geller and miss Kittie Haskins recently visited relatives at canal Dover. E. Black of new Philadelphia spent the Sabbath in our town. Charles Lawbaugh has been employed by the c. Amp s. Railroad and left Here last week. Professor a. Baker of Navarre was in town sunday. The misses Angeline Alpeter and Mary Miller of Carlisle visited at a. Alpeters sunday. Rev. Rice and w. Baker have returned from Orrville where they have been attending lutheran con Ference. J. Thomas and family were away visiting sunday. Charles Ley of Canton Sun Dayed with relatives Here. Or. J. Calihan and wife paid a vis it to their daughters at Canton Sun Day. People. Funeral was on tuesday afternoon at the East fair Street cemetery. His Mother and Sisters have the sympathy of All in their affliction. Mrs. Bell Cameron wife of Boyd Cameron of near new Cumberland died Friday at 3 of clock p. Of consumption aged about 43 years. A devoted husband and four children three sons and one daughter survive. Funeral was on sunday at 10 of clock a. Interment at new Cumberland cemetery. Mrs. Cameron was a daughter of our Friend Adam Maughiman of Warren town ship. Take your pipe works orders to Spring Bros. Amp Holzwarth. Get half Trade and balance in Cash. No discount. 41 j. R. Kurtz executor of the will of Isaac Kurtz deceased will offer for Sale at Public auction on the premisses on saturday oct. 20, 1894, at 2 of clock p. M., of said Day the farm lately owned by said decedent known As the Kurtz farm containing about 400 acres of Choice land Ying Between new Philadelphia and canal Dover. This is one of the Best farms in the county is Well watered contains about 65 acres of Woodland about 100 acres or More of Plain land is partly underpaid with Coal and Iron Ore has excellent improvements and a Good Orchard and lies about one mile from new Philadelphia and about 2 Miles from canal Dover and is in every respect a desirable farm. This farm will be offered As an entirety or in parcels As the interest of the estate May demand but no parcel will be sold separately unless the whole farm is sold. The farm is subject to a Coal lease which expires dec. 1st, 1899. The terms of Sale % Cash in one year and in two years. 42-2 Nie Echlov deceased is Herman Tion propose to deliver it Over to the i Schloo it Al petition to sell real is Public displeasure to merited Eppro flied set for hearing nov. 6, barium and to inevitable shipwreck.1 a Wooster Republican january 24, 1878. The depreciation of Silver due to de monetization. The apprehension of a superabundance of Metalic currency is the creature of demented cupidity. The Possession of coined Money Gold or Silver in abundance is a sign not of financial debility but of financial strength. No nation was Ever oppressed or impoverished or bankrupted by an excessive Supply of the precious metals if All the mines in the United states were set to work to Morrow to Coin Silver dollars to their full capacity and continue to Coin uninterruptedly until 1885, they would not he Able to Coin More Silver than is in circulation in France at the present time or was in circulation in Germany in 1874. We need every Dollar of Gold and every Dollar of Silver we can dig out of the bowels of the mountains or attract from Europe to maintain specie resumption in this country which Means the convertibility of $670,000,000 of paper Money into Coin at the option of the Republican january 31, 1878. Say have you seen our new Stock ? its 411 new. Prices lowest. 1894, at ten of clock a. A Hummons issued to defendants. J. H. Clantz admr., &c., of James a. Thompson is Margaret Thompson it Al petition to sell real estate. Answer of h. 8. Barricklow filed. Edwin s. Douthitt trustee etc., of Charles c. Shutz it Al petition to sell real estate order of Sale returned Sale approved and confirmed and deed ordered. Estate of j. W. Patterson final account filed and suspended. Oct. 2. Will of Abram Lichti with application of admittance to probate filed set forbearing oct 13, 1894, at 9 of clock a. Assignment of a. W. Swihart amp co application to sell desperate claims filed. Oct. 3. Estate of Hannah r. Petty third account filed and suspended. Assignment of Barcroft amp Banks letters of authority issued to John t. Duff appraisers appointed. Estate of Thomas w. Thompson Money Back if you want capt. Mcclure was a candidate for nomination to Congress in the 18th District at the convention held at Medina aug. 9th, 1876. The Hon. James Monroe was the opposing candidate. Capt. Mcclure a friends offered the following Resolution resolved that we favor the coinage of the Silver Dollar by the government of the identical fineness and weight of the american Silver Dollar that was a Legal tender at the beginning of the War and making it an unrestricted Legal tender concurrently with Gold for Public and private that Resolution received 68 votes in the convention As against 93 to Lay it on the table. At the Republican county convention held in Wooster aug. 16th, 1890, capt. A. 8. Mcclure chairman of the committee on resolutions reported the following Resolution upon the Silver question Resolution 3rd we Welcome with letters testamentary issued to j. Frank Greene appraisers appointed. Oct. 4. In the matter of Agnes Gildea inquest of epilepsy. In the matter of the assignment of a. W. Swihart amp co. Application of chattel mortgages for distribution leave granted to Edwin b. Douthitt Assignee to file an answer i Stanter. Oct. 5. Estate of Sarah Reese final account filed and suspended. Oct. 6. Estate of president Carrol discharge account filed. Estate of Alonzo h. Hardesty discharge account filed. Assignment of Barcroft amp Banks order of Sale of personal property at private Sale issued returnable in ninety Days. Same inventory and appraisement filed. Estate of Francis putt final account filed and suspended. Estate of Minnie Schloo inventory it satisfaction the passage of the recent Law to enlarge the coinage of Silver \ j Addra gement filed and interpret it to mean that the any appraisement Ai. Sound policy of by mentalism is to be ultimately triumphant in the United states. We feel confident that the Beneficent effects of that measure will be so obvious and irresistible Asj 39.4 we sell Baker amp Bowmans Best hand turned shoes at $3.50, forme Price was $4.00 and $4.50 at Myers amp clothiers tailors and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio

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