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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 20, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio
Times now that the Tariff matter is settled and business booming try our ads. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. Volume in new Philadelphia Ohio thursday september 20, 1894 number 39 democratic ticket fcb Tortal comment local melange correspondence 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 Congress. James a. D. Richards. Tuscarawas county. For circuit court judge 8. M. Hunter Licking county. Republican United states senators voted solidly for the sugar Trust when it came to the test. Remember that. Georgia Republican Are assiduously wooing the pops and plaintively pleading for fusion. Location and circumstances work wonders even with Republican politicians. If free Wool has had such a calamitous effect upon the the Wool growers will some of our Republican calamity howlers please Tell us Why it is that it has and is advancing in Price steadily. When a Man tells you that recent democratic legislation was in favor of sugar Trust that Man is either a prize fool or thinks you Are one. In either event just state to him As a matter of fact that the Mckinley Bill was Worth about 70% More to that Trust than in the new Tariff. We Are again to the front with some of the greatest bargains Ever offered having just returned from new York where i have spent a week in purchasing my fall and Winter Stock of Clearing House returns from the principle cities in the Union Are showing a remarkable increase of business Over this time a year ago. The democratic administration is slowly but surely pulling the business of the country out of the quagmire into which it was precipitated by Republican Rasca Lity and misrule. A Little item in a newspaper will sometimes make an enemy to the paper for life but it wont Stop him from Reading it. It merely changes him from a subscriber to a sponge. Every publisher can recall the name of citizens who come under this head. The times has in mind two or three individuals who can be placed in this Light. They Are always looking to see if something is said about them. Their conscience troubles them fearfully. I quote you a few of the Many bargains i have to offer 45 Inch All Wool Henriettas former Price 65c per Yard now. .25cts 40c. Henriettas for. 25 cts 25c. Henriettas for. .20cts 20c. Henriettas for. I bets 15c. Henriettas for. 12 3cts a full line of All Wool Serges at40cts Aldine cloth All Wool formerly 40c., now25cts last week we mentioned the Sale i of 5 clips of Wool belonging to James j Leech near Uli Richville As having been sold for 22 cents per to it. We thought we had it from a reliable source and had no intention to mislead any one. John Burry of this City called us Down on the statement saying it was but 2 clips and that he has since bought it at 18 cents per it it and that it had not been sold at All at the time of our statement. We have no reason to doubt or. Burry sword. The advocate will 110 doubt chuckle Over it thinking he has caught us in a trap but according to the frequent statements of the advocate and Tribune or. Burry never paid above 15 and 16 cents for Wool prior to the passage of the Tariff Bill which leaves us 2 cents per la of gain in Price since in support of our claim. The advocate will please Bear this in mind and give us credit for truth in part if we did miss it in part. Or. Burry will not deny that he paid the 18 cents per la. Wool is quoted higher East than before the passage of the Tariff Bill and we will furnish figures and names later and not give blame assertions on Price. Nobody should want for a silk dress when you can buy a Good Black Satin Duchess for 75 cents per Yard Call Early As i have but a limited Quantity. I have secured a Nice line of Black and coloured Silks to sell at from 25c. To $2.00. Also the new things in fall novelties in Toth Wool and silk. Good ginghams.4cts Turkey Rentable Linen at. Ibets blankets per pair 48cts our Wool blankets you should see. They Are so cheap. Golden wedding. Hon. Lecky Harper the distinguished editor of the it. Vernon democratic Banner and a personal and political Friend of the writer for More than half a Century celebrated the anniversary of his Golden wedding at his Home in it. Vernon on tuesday of this week. For Many years As a politician and editor he has occupied a High and honorable position in politics having been elected to the Ohio Senate several years ago. That he May live to celebrate his Diamond wedding is the wish of Many friends including the writer who remembers to have first met or. Harper on the streets of new Philadelphia in 1842 or �?T43, when he was Here looking up a location. Or. Harper was the editor of the Pittsburgh Post in Ante Bellum Days m Call a Ltd secure some of these rare bargains. Another Slick swindler. There seems to be no end to swindlers and no limit to the schemes that Are resorted to in order to Gull the people says the Delaware Herald. A partially successful scheme was worked in and about Ashley lately. About three weeks ago a gentleman with an oily Tongue visited the people in that Vicinity and had for Sale a new kind of soap for the modest sum of $1 a Box. As an inducement to the ladies each purchaser was to receive free of Cost a set of dishes consisting of 68 pieces to be delivered at the end of two weeks. He told such a plausible Story that a number of Genoa township ladies purchased the soap. The two weeks have rolled round but the Man with the dishes has failed to show up and the expectant purchasers Are wondering How it All happened. Northwest Cor. Public Square new Philadelphia Ohio Stock consisting of look out for him and give him a cold shoulder. A Bright Young fellow is now going the rounds offering to sell a receipt for Canning fruit without heat or sugar All for 50 cents or $1. As most women Are anxious to save Money these hard times he does a thriving business. The whole thing is a fraud. 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 Quot get. 4, 1894. Henry Watson Malissa Rigele Harry Wilson d. O. Sander mrs. John o. Justus Charley Meese h. E. Kinsly or. G. Freeman Andrew Border Jacob Humrighouse Susie Espenschied. Please say a a advertised when ask-1 ing for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. In amp Yott want flooring siding Ceil Ling sawing or any kind of Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill on East Ray Street. 15tf / Worth of which we bought at sheriffs Sale and will be sold for Cash Only clothiers tailors and furnishes for about Quot new pleas court. He first National Bank of canal Dover is Thieodore Ripple it Al Acton on co Novit note. Julbert g. Meese is Geo. Beamer a a action on co Novit note. Clara c. Howell is Nancy Glass it Al action to set aside a will. Anna Umpleby is Thomas Parker a action for damages for false charges and arrest. Infirmary directors is Sarah Trout it to sell real estate to apply on support. Call at Onoe new Philadelphia Ohio new Philadelphia Ohio
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