The Coshocton Tribune from Coshocton, Ohio on February 8, 1895 · Page 8
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TTT1 OOftHOOTOM VBIDAY, FEBRUARY *» *·»*· ftOUBT HOUSE NEWS. COMMON PLEAS COUKT. J. Johnson Co., vs. Wm and Bert Leighuinger; for plaintiff for $125 60. Ira Bell vs. Aaron M. Smith as iadmmestrator of estate of Josepb Smith; judgment rendered for rplaintiff for $759. Ida Marphy vs. Elbert E. Duu- mead; proceeding in bastardy; l*aae settled by payment to plain- itiff of $200, and defendant to pay ooete and support child. " Gosben A. Jones et al., vs. C. V. Hard, et al,; a proceeding to uollect an alleged balance of $6,666 due on purchase of coal lands, .made some years ago, in the jTicinity of Warsaw. The case occupied the attention of iho * Court from Wednesday to Saturday evening, when decision was rendered in favor of d f f e u d a u 1 , with Court costs taxed ngaiust plaintiff. PROBATE COURT. Application made to probate will of Jackson Casteel. Assignees of James Shaw reported sale of real estate, which was confirmed and deed ordered. Inventory and sale bill filed in estate of Jacob K. Gamf rtsfelder. Sale bill filed in estate or Dorothy M. Wright. Inventory filed m estate of Mary North. Assignee of Basil Salnn filed inventory and report of liabilities William S. Simon was appointed administrator of estate of Olva P. Jennings. Alexander Norman filed deed of assignment conveying hia property for the benefit of his creditors, to William S. Simon. Inventory and sale bill filed in estate of Philip Thomas. Second account filed of P h i l i p Thomas as guardian of Laura J. Sickles. Account of distribution filed in estate of Bert McLease. MARRIAGE PERMITS. Albert O. Ogle and Rosa Johnson. Frank Wells and Jennie Beall. Charles A. Thomas aud Cora Crile. Joseph F. K u n t z and Frances C. Bell. John G. Ley and Nettie G. Gephart. Funding tiie Greenburks. The first objection which many persons make to the issue of $500,000.000 of bonds by the United States is that it is a vast increase of the national debt. This is not true--for the greenbacks aud Treasury notes are just as much a 5art of the national debt as are ^United States bonds. It is merely changing a non-interest bearing debt--a forced loan--into an interest-bearing debt, and a voluntary loan. Nor is the total volume of our debt large when compared With what it has been, nor when compared with the debts of the other great nations of the world. In 1866, the total debt of the United States was $2,773,000,000 That was thirty years ago, w h e n the nation was not nearly so populous nor so wealthy, nor nere our resources so developed as at the present time. If \%e could cairy that much then, vre can carry $1,415,000,000 now w i t h i n f i u i l e l j more ease. A comparison of the preseul bonded debt of the U n i t e d States with that of other countries si that this nation, the riches'., ot all in natural resources, has a smallei debt than any. The ligurpg of the bonded debts are as f o l l o w s : Late Literary News. General Lord Woleel^y makes a most important c o n t r i b u t i o n to the literature of thp China-Japan war. In au article for the- Fe brunry Copmouolifan, h? discurbPH th* situation and docs not inincc m a t t e r s in saying w h a t C h i n a must do in t h i s emergency. T w o other noted foreign a u t h o r s c o n t r i b u t e inter'-bt.iig articles to t b i s n u m - ber. R o t i t a M u u r i , th« famous Parisian d a n v u « f . giv«*s t h e h i p t o r y o f t h e ballot, and Emilf ODivif-r t e l l s th* Ftory of the f e l l of Louis Philippe. From every part of tho world, d r a w i n g s and photographs have been o M u i n r r l of th^- n i b t r u m P u t B un-d to toruir* poor h u m a m U , aud appear as i l l u s t r a t i o n s for a cl«vor article, b y J u l i a n H a w t h o r n e , e n t i t l e d , "Bah al ion v i a the R a c k " Mrb Remuald le Kov( n, Auatol France, W. Clark Ruesel, A l l n o u W. Tourgee, and W i l l i a m D( zin H o w e l l s are among the etor\ tellers for tho February n u m b e r oi The Cosmopolitan. ^ foou'iiinds of f a=e« of rlitnmiui«jn liflv* b' t n cured uy Ilood'n SursHpiirilla 1 hlrt is i i h u u d u n t n a b o u for b i l l u f tlmt It H i l l ( u r t j o u On t i l e (S5.80; 85 Lhe Slock Marked. LIBKHTY, February (5 --extra, 1,400 to 1 600, $5 00 primp, 1,400 to 1,600, .$4,00 good, 1,200 to 1,800, $4.00 (er!4 25; tidy, 1,050 to 1,150, *3 90C« 435; fair, 800 to 1,100, $3 40« 400; bulls aud fat cows, $2 OOC 3 3 0 ; f i f s h cows and springorb, $150064000. Hogs--market} shade h i g h e r ou all grades; p r i m e Philadelphias, $4.15 to 450; prime medium weightp, $4 40@4.45; best Yorkers, $130@4.35; common to fair York- B»S aud pigB, $4 206125; roughs and stags, 1300«f400. Sheep--market strong at quotations; prime, 95 to 100 pound*, wetherfl. $3 90©4 25; good, 85 to 90, 18256375, fair, 70 to 80, mixed ewes aud weathers, $2756 325; common, 05 to 70, $2.256 260; culls, 5Ck@$100; lambs, $2506500; veal calves, $4506 5 50; heavy calves, $2 0063 00, Excursion Fares to Cincinnati via Pennsylvania Lines Monday arid Tuesday, February l l t h aud 12ih,excursion t t c k e t p « t l low round t r i p rates w i l l be Bold to C i n c i n n a t i v i a the ''Pan Handle Route" from t i c k e t stations in Ohio, account the State Convention of the Ohio Republican League. Re hi in coupons valid February 13th, inclusive. 2-l-2t. Austria-Hungary France Great Britain Gerraau}, I'tjssia Italy ttc f 2 , v » " 0 r ') 4 Hi " I '1 Mil ' ' id I - Hi 4-1 I I . 2 -· ·- I t » i 4SM i IM1T1 United States These figures are reassuring to all who understand the real f i n a n - cial strength and r e c u p e r a t i v e power of the United States B u t , of course, it is not good policy to increase a nation's debt in t i m e o t peace. The one great e \ i l w h i c h the Democratic pj.rtv has h r o u L b i upon this country is ( h a t it h u e compelled au mcrea'^ of our di I) 1 by e u a c l i u f j a tanft law w h i c h does not raise e n o u g h m o n e y t n pay current expense". r j h e ]r - ceeds oi the two bond ibHijr « it 1894 have been m a r l v a l l 11 t d t » pay t h f deficit in Govf r i i i 4 n t a l expenditures, caused bv . ·; f a i l u r * of the new tariff law a- a rev nni measure. The rev :iu |j s ^-hould 1.' increased 80 t b « le w i l l not lie ji CouHtant inc-vaiing d d o i t '1 l i r n the f u n d i n g of the Trea~ur\ n o i * would not bother any oue ially.--Toledo Blade. I N paint the best is the cheapest. Don't be misled by trying -what is said to be "just as good," but when you paint insist upon having a genuine brand of Strictly Pure White Lead It costs no more per gallon than cheap paints, and lasts many times as long. Look out for the brands ofWhite Lead offered you ; any of the following are sure: i "Armstroag a MoKelvy." "Anchor," "Boymer-Bauman," "Ecltsteln," " DavlB-Chamfoaru," " Morlay '' "FahestOGlc." FOR COLORS.--National s-o--* Co.'s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors, These colors are sold In one-pound cans, each can bcmif sufficient to tint 25 ·pounds of Strictly Pure White Lead the dcsirca shade; the) arc in no sense ready-mixed piinti, but n combination of perfectly pure colors in the handiest form to tint Slnaly Pure White Lend A pood m my thousand dollars have been RI\CO pi operty-owm rs by hiving our book on inuitinE and colgr-cord. Suid us a postal card and act ooth frc-e. NATIONAL LEAD CO , New York. Pittsburg Branch, German National liuuk Building, Plttiburg, 10 Cent LEMON. 15 Cent VANILLA. ) 5 5 i ) 5 5 Betttr than many others at double th* price SOUDERS' Flavoring Extracts. SOUDERS' --RELIEVES-| Indigestion, bour Momoch, Serronsnewi. g jnanufattfl [ion Mole RANSOM- CEIDEL CO. THE: Bee-ftive Store, The Load We Carry is too heavy, and we are determined to get rid of it. Low prices is the magnet which draws the pu~blic these times. "Wheat has gone up a little, we understand to 52 cents We put on sale 500 good two bushel grain bags at 10 cents each. "When wheat was 80c. these grain bags sold for 20c. The bags have come down more than the ·wheat. Some people say goods are not as low in proportion as "wheat and other things. If you always remem ber to come to the Bee- Hive store you will be convinced that dry goods are the cheapest of all. A lot of ladies' and children's wraps to close out at $2 98 each. Men's new domet flannel night shirts, 98c. Ladies' domet flannel \ night robes, 98c. These are selling very freely. Very Truly, Selby Shauwecker, The Bee-Hive Dry Goods Store, Main Street, Coshocton, Ohio. A Contemptible Lie Nailed. The public hereabout is too well acquainted with DAVE I K E and the character and class of the merchandise that we carry to give credence to the lying report that we would ruin our well-earned reputation by placing in our stock the truck, trash and riff raff that fakirs haul about from place to place, plunder that will not bear inspection, rank in texture, horrible in construction and disgusting in appearance. Oh, no! Reliability is Our Watchword, |o Perfection Our Standard, And Satisfaction Our Quratvtee-^^ A'ways striving to increase the purchasing power of the dollars of our patrons, always giving the "best qualities and newest styles that the market has produced, and always naming the very lowest prices at which, dependable merchandise can "be purchased for any where--that * us, Crowded Down. A Violent Sacrifice Sale. c IKE:, Old Reliable One Price Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. ·/A Forbes Coshocton, Ohio. P Sale Closes To- Morrow, Saturday, Fed. 9R at 10 p. m.. Promptly I Am a Butcher! B u t c h e r s lo not a d v e r - t i f e , JIB a rule, but tho ^ n a l i ' v of w h a t I have to v r - l l , JIB w e l l as j l h o T isnn.ibln ] ) r i i-s I , inalve m j store n t fr in o t h e r T stori s. Co" o md Si o f i i Youi · II v' H flt m a r k " ! p r i c e p a i d for p o u l t i v a n d w i l d ^r i n n . 0. E. Gepler. ^SIMPLY R SLAUGHTER I» Crowds of Eager Buyers Flock to the Great Slaughter Sale of Fine Clothing TOCCHINGLi S T I i r A T i l K I l C . For Sale or Trade. My o n o - t l ' i r d i n t e r r s t in tlje FjLOUR M I L L lit T ' l i m t 1 H i l l , \ \ b i c h is in good r u n n i n g onli r, is for sale nt n r ,i«on:il]' prico, or 1 w i l l trade f o r il' i-iralil* 1 t o w n p r o p e r t y N. S P R I C E T u n n e l ' H i l l , 0. Wr»l Aetor--I never go on a new piece · ^rlthoyt wishing it ivr re some one els« !· my place, don't-chcr know. ·MOIX) Actor--'I hat's a reason why i ^Ml ·hoalil mq.lo a jrrcat ftncccsn. dear U tttom sympathy with your mudl- Weekly. Information Wanted. The | or»fn who ^nw mo rny Mr John c k 'j.iOOO n t h o Frtrmtrs H. nk «bont i i j JOili I V i l i n a l n i n b r r a o c u n n l nprni i In^ \ l f r c i l I'pfk, will be hboraily re\\ irili 1 ly m a k i i g himself k n o w n lo me 2S-!w. J O H N HOOP Notice. hereby pi^en thatmyw'.fe, Mr* M a # Hill, hft« loft nio, and I will not be re cpnn-ible for any debts coniraetcd hy her 2-8-?w. O "" etcd by he w. n f u,. TaE AGE and N. $1.76 per yaw k Ad Y. Trtbrnne LOOK HERE! A 46 piece Iron Stone China Tea Sett, including Nappie, Deserts, Meat and Pie Plates, only $2, "White Granite Teas 30c Sett. Dinner Plates 30c Wash Bowls and Pitch- rs 70c. Parlor Lamps, Decorated oiJLy 85c. Hanging Lamps only $188. Boston Bean Bakers only lOc. Spittoons reduced from 25 to lOc. Stoneware 5c a gallon. Wall Paper, Woodenware, Tinware, Groceries, c. All to "be sold for a few weeks regardless of cost. Call and see and you will be convinced. Shaw's Bargain House NOW CORNER 3d and MAIN STREETS , 1a\ for the people of Coshocton to find'ont the truth of our ad\er- ^ e n l h e b i g b l u z u r c l and the worst atorm of the season did not keep tho cro*d awny. Clothing was ever brought here or anywhere to be Gcntkn.on, no«ucli.toc^o^in e ,, clothing merchants are forced to offered at t h e bare co-t_of material,, t^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ , jybmany , h a t l h e y have pnr . on their counters. We do not blame them. Th«se t h u n t h e j can be bought in the wholesale market, mid ask but one question, "d.d we steal the goods?" to tell lou Mover before has Coshooton f*en .nle of I-ine'Imlor M'.ule Clothing, and probably will never see at ,o "l«c DO L l u clui-ed sun u T od,aro ^ Hundreds of peo Perhaps wo dul, but wo do not such u genuine gi\e awny s heavy Ulsters, stylish Over- cloth ng »t the porter, usually ri'iniu-i purchnsodU.ld n s t l i a t men bor and olnldiun e v e r dozen '5c. Slaughter Remember, year, made , n , » of ihpnoods r0 (..rand Army «u.t". also suitable lor hotel 1 .1% 0 amA 2 ,,i, l,e sold at *5 Hundredsof people that have vie carried t'ho finest tailor made suits, overco-.ts and ulsters for " * - V - ' * . . . . I . . . · _ _ _ . : « l*n^\\f*flt'l-frt I Startling prices on Lace Curtains, Chenile and Satin Derby Portier Curtains. For Next Ten we will offer our entire stock of curtains of all grades at matchless pnces. We have 300 pairs of new lace curtains in stock that we will offer for · the next 10 days at the small sum of 99c per pair. Have been sold for $2 per pair Beautiful in design and quality See window display of these curtains. 100 pair elegant 3 yard curtains that we put in this sale at $1.29 per pair. 75 pair 34 yards long, handsome patterns very wide, at J51.49 per pair. Can not be matched for less ihan $2-50 per pair. 300 pairs of handsome, in fact most beautiful curtains, 34 yards long, that goes in this Bargain Sale at $1.98 per pair, you never saw anything like them for the money. When you see what we are offering in curtains you will say that a 25 per cent, discount is not in it, and that our stock of curtains are the cheapest you have seen anywhere. Our entire stock of portier curtains cut in two as to prices. We have just finished stock taking and we are well pleased with last season's business. In fact we feel so good we are going to give the people of Coskocton and adjoining counties prices this season that will please them. We are going to offer Dry Goods and Carpets cheaper than they were ever sold. Our winter goods will be disposed of icgardless of cost. The old Groundhog says we are to have six weeks more winter weather, so if your underwear is worn out, your blankets wor» thread bare, your stockings full of holes, and your skirts in rags, come to us and we will fix you out all complete at about half price, we have 18 dozen all wool skirts worth from 75c to 90c each that we are closing out for 59c, 40 in. long and extra heavy. We have put our winter wraps into two grades; lot 1 goes for $1.98, lot 2 goes for $2.98* only a few left. Our carpet room is groaninj with pain, we have so many new carpets that we are truely afraid the floor will not hold them. We are in shape to sell you carpets this season at prices _ in the afternoons. Men's and Boy's Cassimere Suits at $3^ apply before 9 a. m. i in any retail clothing store in Coshocton. Our request J · mure them with others, and if you i-half I h e price, return ours. That's e \ c r was Coshocton and the vicinity in and da\ out crowds of eager buy- er, are fl^nfi n to »».^ ^-^'"^^^.^^ CnVT'KKff, ^hWou^uyMlk^l1 T ,,n. The^e garment, usual.y reUU it from * 0 to $15. You can take your choice at $4 98. Come in the mornings if you can we are cro- ded Merchants wishing to buy must One Door East Gray's Store, Main St., Cosboctcvi, O. THE GREflT SLflUGHTER B . Corner 3d and Mai- Streets, in E. McDonald's Block. Open Evenmg.. rivs ^£*^^zm£%^ 7 °° "' W. COOPED, Manaitr. We leavft Feb. 9tb, thanking one time wish to duplicate th«9e bargains that will astonish you. Stacks and stacks of them at any price, color, or make, carpets never were us pretty as this season. We are the leaders in carpets in this section of Ohio, and everybody knows it. Come to us for your carpets. We have just opened a big assortment of percales, ginghams, seersuck- ers, satteens, prints, challies, swivel silks, embroideries, lace, c., for the peopie who make up some early clothing. Come in and look through this new lot of stuff. Yours for Hone* Service, THE Rausom-Geidel Co. WSP4PF-RI

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