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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 3, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times �?ottbli8h1d a Fey thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising in the county books Bill Heads poster3 and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your Vavor to licit. New Philadelphia times. The Quot times Quot advertising rates. Spa one Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 91 50 92 50 93 00 3 00 6 00 9 00 4 00 10 00 15 00 5 00 12 50 25 00 12 00 30 00 50 00 business notices ten cents per line volume Viii. New Philadelphia o., thursday aug. 3, 1893. Number 32. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. 49thr new times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.�?�1.00 in not paid within three mods 150 a a remittances should he sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication. To the Timss. Teachers Kami nations. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates As follows during 1892 and �?T93 at new Philadelphia november 26, �?T92 january 28, �?T93 february 25, �?T93 june 17,�?T93 August 12th,�?T93. At canal Dover january 7, �?T93 february 11,�?T93 april 22, �?T93 july 8,�?T93. At Uhrichsville March 11th, �?T93. At Mineral Point March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june 3d, �?T93. Pupils examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, �?T93 May 6th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at s clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 clock. Strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. A work must be done with pen and Ink and the necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. All examinations will be he d in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. . Pfeifer pres t. J. Richardson. Democratic state convention. Cincinnati will be in a state carnival and joyous excitement next week All account the democratic state convention. All arrangements have been completed to make it the greatest event in Ohio a political history. There will be no partisanship in the reception guests. Republicans will vie with democrats in making every visitor feel very much at Home and full enjoyment. Every convenience and every pleasure has been promised and Cincinnati will not disappoint any stranger within her Gates. A spirit liberality has characterized every move made in preparation for the convention and ail the great resorts will be free to delegates and their friends. Severa 1 thousand free tickets for a boat ride to Coney Island will be distributed to the delegates and Timeir friends. A democratic Jubilee night with fireworks and music is proposed for the zoo. The newspaper men Are to be Given free admission to everything Coney Island the zoo the Art museum and other entertainments Are thesis at any time. The merchants and manufacturers association at the motion Hon. W. S. Perkins will give visiting editors an elaborate banquet at the zoo Friday afternoon August 11th, to be preceded by a Carriage drive through the suburbs. The convention will be the greatest Ever known in Ohio and cheap Railroad rates induce every to go. Personal and general. The one d business directory. Joseph f. Fox office Over Gentsch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio office May be found at office Day night hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 r May 25-Ly. opened. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger. Proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. A t per Day Fine bar and Bouse newly Buu Furui she feed stable in connection. 39yl . S. Vail dentist. Office in City Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Ii undershot. Pix z a xxx it a. Scrie3-e 3 it. Office and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. C. Ellis architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 sooth Broadway new Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl Jan. P. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio r 8 to 10 a. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. 17 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets two blocks from Union depot. a Tel 2.00 per 1 a y. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl the Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other agents. J. Kurtz agent. I. Hendershot adjuster. A co St y experience. This time it is an Ohio Republican Organ which says that Quot experience comes High a and that Quot the country is now paying the penalty restoring the democratic party to a reiteration the Plain cold undisputed facts is All that is required to explain this kind partisan foolishness. When the democrats went out Power in 1889 there was a surplus in the Treasury $85,000,000. The Gold above the Reserve was $8,000,000. The annual excess Revenue Aboye expenditures was nearly $100,000,000. The Silver purchased was coined not heaped up like useless Iron. Trade was Good. Gold was coming this Way the net gain in four years having been $54,772,000. When the democrats were restored to Power after four years Republican Rule the surplus was spent and a deficiency was impending. The free Gold had been drained out the Treasury. 1 he expenditures the government exceeded the receipts though these had been increased. A Republican Silver Law menaced the National credit and unsettled business. The country had lost to Europe $122,000,000 in Gold. Tariff fostered trusts and unmolested Lawless conspiracies failing through grasping greed and revealed Rasca Lity had brought the country to the verge a great panic which Only the Faith the people in president Cleveland has averted. This contrast facts shows what experience it was that Quot came a world. S Amuel Moore attorn by at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Mykra s Block 2d floor. Tose Pii Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi Ohio August 14,1890. 33yl j ii. Booth Al a a attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl bus tithing and repair shop. A a a a All kinds Smithing will receive prompt attention. Is special attention paid to horseshoeing. A so shop in rear mitc Lienert a Block East High Street. Give us a Call. Respectfully 18-3m , new Philadelphia 0 an eminent Success. The France medical Institute located at 38 and 40 West Gay Street Columbus Ohio a haying an extensive business. A news reporter called at the Institute and found . France and his assistants in the midst a throng patients. Their consultation rooms present a handsome appearance having been remodeler and refurnished throughout. The doctor a a most affable gentleman and the patients who visit him at once realize that they Are in the presence a Friend a Man not Only extraordinary skill in his profession but with a heart full sympathy and interest that at once gives new Hope and encouragement. The class patients who Call at the Institute Aie not the ignorant and unlettered but from those whose cultured minds Nave led them to discern the advantage the physician who makes chronic diseases a specially Over those who Are in the regular prac Tice. They have had hundreds patients in Columbus and surrounding cities who would Bear testimony to their skill if called upon but they refrain from publishing their names and portraits to advertise themselves out consideration for those who naturally shrink from having themselves Parade before the pubic and they thank them 1 their rms duration. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. Chicago Myers in the Mckinley Tariff Law the Sherman Silver Law and an empty Treasury were handed Over by the Harrison administration to president Cleveland who is bound to administer tiie Laws according their terms and provisions and As a result the use the weapons f administration furnished by Mckinley Sherman Harrison we have an impending crisis in the commercial and financial situation in the United states. Since the Advent president Cleveland not a single Law has been change d one Iota. His hands arc tied by the Mckinley Tariff and Sherman Silver Laws both which Are class legislation the worst sort. One buil is up a Tariff monopolist at the expense the people thus making non protect us industries less profitable and the other compels the Purchase Silver Bullion for the Benefit the Silver Miner at the expense the people one system indirectly taxes the people for the Benefit the favored few and the other system does directly precisely tie same thing. So destructive tiie business and commercial interests the country is the last administration that an extra session Congress became absolutely necessary for Relief. The policy playing into the. Hands the Silver Barons and the Tariff Barons is now bearing its legitimate Eon sequence s give the people Relief from these twins industrials and financial depression and the Industrial and business capacity the american people unfettered by class legislation will developed a genuine and lasting Prosperity in which every Man will be entitled to the full and Complete enjoyment every Dollar he earns. Everybody buys clothing Wanamaker amp Brown. Or. De. Scweitzer is Home. D. S. Stemple will Start for Ere Long. John Meyer and family Sun Dayed at Ragersville. Mrs. James Spence is visiting friends in Leesville. We. Winch and wife returned from Chicago last week. Doctor Knisely Uhrichsville was in town sunday. Or. Clarence Stock Well spent Sab Bath with his parents. Miss Inez Fischel Orrville is visiting miss Ella Buchanan. Misses Clara and Florence have returned from Chicago. Or. Allan Knisely spent Sabbath this City the guest his parents. Mrs. George Welty . Has gone to visit her parents in Marion ind. Miss Dollie Cook and her friends Tom Canton visited Here last Friday. . Coley has taken charge the bar department at the Sherman House. Mrs. Stockwell and daughters Marian and Julia started for Chicago monday. Mrs. Charl Sengl Shand Little daughter arrived in this City tuesday evening. Mrs. Clara Gallagher Pittsburgh event a few Days with her parents the past week. Or. And mrs. Robert Seldon cat skill Are guests . Geo. Lahmer and family. Anted a girl to do housework. Apply to James Young East front Street. S1_2 mrs. 1. F. Barnes Waynesburg Ohio is visiting her parents . And mrs. J. F. Stoody. C. H. Matthews and wife Are still sojourning at Lake Brady during the spiritual Encampment. Mrs. Jno. B. Read and Little son Buchanan visited relatives and friends in Uhrichsville Over Sabbath. Or. L. C. Wallick leaves to Morrow for new Ork from whence he will sail in a few Days for London. Mrs ditto son Frank and daughter Clara have been visiting at . And mrs. I. C. Ferrell new Cumberland. We Are sorry to learn that Little Lizzie Ilance had her Arm broken while paying with some Little friends last week. Or. Price and miss Helen Snyder left Lor a few Days visit at Hudson. Miss Helen will be the gue3t her sister Emma. The use tobacco opium can be positively cured by Hills Chloride Gold i tablets. All first class druggists sell them. Or. And mrs. Oliver Knisely gave a very delightful Tea monday in Honor mrs. De. A. Welty and daughter miss Ethel. Many thousand people Denver Are out employment and Are dependent charitable institutions for support. Thousands Are being fed at soup houses. A Large number Are leaving the City for Points eastward. The Silver agitation brought the disaster and prostration business in the Silver states. Republicans will say Quot it is Lack Confidence in the democratic they Are going to give us free Trade Etc. The Republican party brought Silver into disrepute and have kept up the unsettled state affairs in the Money Market Ever since in the interest Wall Street. If the deplorable condition affairs the Silver states is traceable to anything it is to the Republican tinkering with the current y the county. We were much surprised a few Days ago when visiting Midvale to find it such a Nice Little Village. The residences Are All neat and cosy and the town has two three Good stores with a Nice Supply goods. We noticed especially the general store Sechrist amp co., they have quite a commodious place known As the Parmelee building. They carry an excellent line dry goods notions groceries and provisions furniture and some hardware. We find . Sechrist a very pleasant gentleman and that he Sells just As cheap As any store in the county. One thing Midvale needs and . Congressman Richards will have the thanks the people that Village if he sees to their wants at an Early Date. Mrs. S. Moore Smithy and Little Florence have returned from a visit with . And mrs. T. C. Ferrell near new Cumberland. Samuel Hirst and wife and Little grand daughter Camilita spent Friday m Uhrichsville the guests Samuel Edwards and wife. Prof. Maurer Wooster the new superintendent the Union schools in this City and his wife were at the Exchange hotel last week. Or. Joseph Branan wife and children Harrison county were rust Cating among relatives last saturday and Sabbath in Fairfield township. The Christian Endeavor society the lutheran Church will give a festival Aud lunch in the lecture room and the Lawn Friday evening. A Little babe Alf Austin and wife died last saturday and was buried sunday. Aged 9 months and cholera inf Antum the cause death. W. L. Wallick has leased the St. Dennis hotel at Columbus ind., and last week took charge the same. His son William we learn will manage the hotel Sherman. For Sale my entire Stock peaches two Large Orchards consisting Over 600 Trees Fine budded fruit. Want to sell in the Orchard. Isaac Black Dundee v. J. S. Simon tendered ins resignation to his congregation last Sabbath to take effect in three weeks Liis brother a former pastor Here will tilt the pulpit next Sabbath. Or. De. A. Welty who has been visiting relatives and friends in Ohio returned to his Home in St. Joseph to. Monday mrs. Welty and daughter will prolong their visit in this City. Guite a number sports from Uli Richville Trenton Pike run canal Dover and this City witnessed a wrest Ling match Between two amateurs Sun Day afternoon near Goshen. It was s very tame affair. People often think their liver kidneys stomach is out order when in truth it is the nerve system controlling these organs that is diseased. Or. Wheel Eros nerve Vitalizer cures All nerve diseases. $1 bottles at d. F. Gentsch drug store. Mrs. John Custer and daughters Maine and Elizabeth miss officer and mrs. Winch have just returnee from Chicago. Or. De. Brown and wife mrs. Yeagley . George h Sohock and . Gentz left monday for the worlds fair. Tuesday misses Sallie Aud Florence Mcclean started to take a drive with their Pony one the Young girls let the lines fall this frightened the Pony and starting suddenly both children were pitched out fortunately no Bones were broken but the girls were bruised and somewhat Hurt by the fall. Or. J. C. Boswell one the Best known and most respected citizens Brownwood Texas suffered with diarrhoea for a Long time and tried Many different remedies without Benefit until chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy was used that relieved him at once. For Sale by d. F. Gentsch. Miss Lou Moore Cadiz is the guest her College chum miss Minnis this City. 0�ard, room and books at Franklin College new atoms o., $1.80 to $2 per Kwe Eki catalogue free. the 17th, reg., National guards will go to Chicago to attend the worlds fair August 18th. Tommy Smith new Philadelphia and Paul Conner Mineral Point were taken to the Asylum at Columbus monday. The Beaverdam sewer is now in Progress with quite a Force men at work. The three sewers Are to be done by some time in october. Common pleas court was in session tuesday and wednesday. It was an adjourned session to close up old Busi Ness Grant leave to plead Etc. Merchants and business men should remember that judicious advertising pays at All times in the year the people look after the live and hustling business Man and speak Well him. Advertising is Worth to the advertiser in proportion to the circulation. Yet we have business men that want to put ail an Equality in Price. The times has 66 quires circulation. Done to forget that when you want to advertise. Or. John Foehl Cleveland son Jacob Foehl Blackband has returned Home and will become a citizen new Philadelphia. He and his father have bought an interest in the Gilsey House and will take charge it in a few Days Aud operate it As a hotel. We wish . Foehl amp son Success in their new venture. Three horses were killed the farm Adolph Shearer Valley. Two them belonged to his son Aud the other to the father Adolph Shearer. The horses were standing under a tree when the Flash came. Two them dropped dead where they stood and the other is said to have run a Hundred Yards and then fell dead. It was quite a loss As they were Good horses. The Little kingdom Siam has acceded to the demands France and the War that was expected has been averted. It was the complications with other countries that were Likely to follow in Case War that was attracting so much attention. France could Knock Siam out in Short order. A slice territory and Large Ide Muity was the penalty for the insult. If you have friends visiting you extend the Courtesy to them having their visit mentioned in the paper. Make note it and bring it Send it to us Aud we will gladly publish it. The editor can to find out everything. A Sut Scriber to the times recently stopped his paper because As he said we had not noticed his visits to his Home. It was not our fault As we did not know it. The rain monday was attended with quite an electric storm. Lightning struck the Large Locust tree that stands in a. L. Neelys Yard shattering the trunk considerably. The House in the cemetery was also struck damaging he roof to some extent. John Irvin who was running the Lawn Mower in the cemetery and was just entering the building was Knock a Down but not seriously injured. The Corn crop this Community is not very flattering. It probably indicates a three fourth crop. The Northern Section Ohio along the Cleveland and Pittsburgh r. R., and Down As far As Medina along the Lake Shore and c. L. Amp w., the Corn crop a very poor. It done to look like a one third crop. The dry Wreather is probably responsible for it while the wet weather in the Early Spring contributed by retarding the planting. The Oats crop through that Section looks quite Well. The Success miss Annie m. Beam Mckeesport Pennsylvania in the treatment diarrhoea in her children will undoubtedly to interest to Many mothers. She says Quot i spent sey eral weeks in Johnstown pa., after the great flood account my husband being employed there we had several children wit i us two whom took the diarrhoea very badly. I got some chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy from Rev. Or. Chapman. It cured both them. I knew several other cases where it was equally successful. I think it cannot be excelled and cheerfully recommend 5 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by d. F. Gentsch. Marriage permits. Adam Jentes and Jennie Gonter. Joseph Buehler and Verine Leaden Tal. Alonzo Rhodes and Martha v. Moore John h. Lynch and Catharine l. Harper. New cases in common pleas court. We. B. Thompson is Martha Dawson co Novit note. Alfred Davis is a. Catharine Baker foreclosing mortgage. Good 7 room House for rent. Inquire s. Moore. Good 7 room House quire s. Moore. Drs. France amp Ottman formerly new York now the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia monday August 7th. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. To 6 p. M., one Day Only. Wanted a reliable and energetic business Man with about $10,060 Cash to take a interest in a Well established and paying manufacturing business in the West must be a Good business Man willing to devote his time to the management. The present manager is needed the Road. Salary $100 per month. Business strictly Cash address Quot Cash in care this paper. 31-2 we have reliable information that the trotting meeting to be held the fair grounds at canal Dover promises to be one the grandest Ever held in this Section the state. Nearly every Stock farm from the Lake to the Ohio River is represented. Each owner determined winning his race As they All have their reputation at stake. Visitors May expect to see the Best horse win. In addition to the ten class events has opened a 2.25 pacing class. Entries to close Friday August 5th, with j. S. Karns Secretary. Charley Irons aged 23 years and a resident East Rochester o., a c. Amp p. Brakeman was accidentally killed at Waynesburg last Friday evening. In checking up the train the Brake bar broke throwing him Between the Box cais when the entire train passed Over his body cutting him to pieces. He leaves a wife and two children at East Rochester. They Are in poor circumstances and the loss is a sad one to the dependent wife and children. Hoke Smith in trying to catch a Ras Cal should not try to rope in a regiment old soldiers and cast reflection worthy dependants. His Minner purging the pension Rolls is injudicious and ill timed. We believe there Are some drawing pensions who Are not entitled in excess what they Are de serving and the other hand some fall far Short what they . It is better to go slow an i make no mis take in this matter. We had the pleasure meeting j. B. Caven travelling passenger agent the Valley r. R., while in Cleveland. On saturday. He is a big whole Souleck fellow seemingly a Little sedate at first acquaintance but very companionable we do not agree with him in politics As he thinks the democrats responsible for the business depression. We have Confidence the democratic party will be a e to ready the evils brought about by Republican Fina Ciering. Or. Thomas Batte editor the graphic Texarkana Arkansas has found what he believes to be the befit remedy in existence for the flux. His experience is Well Worth remembering he says Quot last summer i had a verse vere attack fix. I tried almost every known remedy none giving Relief. Chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy was recommended to me. I purchased a bottle and received almost immediate Relief. I continued to use the Medicine and was entirely cured. I take pleasure in recommending this remedy to any person suffering with such a disease As in my opinion it is the Best Medicine in 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists. For rent. In Stone Creek items Farmers have their wheat and Oats bout All in their barns. Hay making is at an end. The Corn is not doing Well. B. F. Spring has started out with his new Thresher and the Farmers say it is the Best one Ever brought to the Valley. It does Good work and the dust arrester is the thing everybody wants. George now wears the White Greeley hat. The grangers will have a picnic at Ankeny a Grove August 27th. Everybody invited. The misses Maggie Aud Ella Sargent new Philadelphia were visiting the past week at b. F. Springs. Port Washington. Rev. Hoagland left tuesday last for a visit with relatives in Western Ohio. A four horse Load Young people from Gnadenhutten enthroned the Cushion ladders some ones Hay wag passed through Gilmore wednesday their Way to Quot the Falls. Judging from the jesting remarks made concerning our town and Sonis its inhabitants they think they had a pleasant time. Bitter Sweet. Hartwood. There was a Large crowd at the festival at this place last saturday even no. Prof. Beaschler is conducting a Normal at the Washington township High school building. It began july 24, and promises to be a Success. J. F. Fivecoat and sister Lanie Harrison county arrived Here last Friday and will spend a few weeks at the Normal school. . Mcfadden filled the pulpit at this place yesterday in absence Rev. Hoagland. He delivered a Fine discourse to an attentive audience. That Ever unwelcome guest death came to the Home Christopher ii. Hunt last wednesday morning and took from him his life partner. Their infant babe was buried the sunday previous and the Mother was soon called to join her Darling. She was buried at this place thursday followed by a Large concourse relatives and f friends who wished to a parting tribute respect to her memory. The funeral discourse was delivered by Rev. J. B. Mccormick. . Z. Rbt Touarti Ida j. Hunt oldest daughter Ozias and Eliza j. Delong july 26, 1893, at the age 29 years 7 months and 4 Days. She professed Faith in Christ in february 1884, and United with the m. P. Church at this place. She was United in marriage with Christopher ii. Hunt feb. 17, 1887, to this Union were born three children two whom died in infancy and passed to the realms Bliss. She leaves a husband a Little daughter almost two years old father Mother brother and sister to mourn the loss one dearly loved by All who knew her. She attended the Means Grace whenever her health would permit. She was a dear sister Loving daughter and an affectionate wife and Mother. May she rest in peace. Quot Dearest Ida thou Hast left us and thy loss we deeply feel but a tis god that hath bereft us lie can All our sorrows heal. K. P. Poetical selections. The lament last years Blaby. Last year i sat upon a throne a King indeed was i my subjects served to Well i own but that Bright times past by. Yes now i am dethroned i Ween another takes my place a Blue eyed Little toothless Queen deigns now the throne to Grace. They All flock round the Queen baby but me they no More see sometimes i feel As though Mayb they cared no More for me. I wander sadly All alone thinking Days gone by when i a King sat the throne. And time passed happily. A Lucy e. Kelsey in our Little ones. Mrs. Thomas Moore Columbus returned Home last week after a pleasant visit among relatives and friends. We. B. Nargney Tuscarawas made a business trip to this place last Friday. Miss Nellie Meydam Columbus who has been the guest miss Viola Demuth and miss Cora Sperling for several weeks returned Home saturday no. 3. Mrs. John Warner and two children Toledo Are visiting with her Mother mrs. Aquilla Carr. Alvin Sperling and lady Friend and two others who names we failed to learn took a delightful drive to this place last sunday evening the 23rd. Miss Nellie Reed Uhrichsville spent last week with misses Mary and Alice Stocker. Charles Long is Home from Cincin. Nati for a Short time. The following teachers were elected to teach our schools next term prof. C. L. Cronebach principal miss Eva Porter grammar department miss Cornelia Price intermediate an miss Fannie Slade primary. Mrs. Cora Ireland committed suicide Here last tuesday noon by hanging to a lamp Hook at the residence her uncles . Will Klien with whom she had been staying Foga number years May stories were circulated As to the cause the deed but it seems a fact that she lost her mind. The remains were taken to Hope Ohio for burial where her husband is buried. H. D. Gilmore. Miss Janie belie Mccollough was the sick list last week. Mrs. Joseph Mccollough was stricken with Paral Sis one Day last week and Hopes for her recovery Are doubtful. Mrs. Rachel Rankin spent Sabbath with relatives in the country. Rev. Mccormick and family spent a pleasant Day at Quot the Falls wednes Dayl ast. A n. Fowler went to new Philadelphia monday business. David Grafton and wife Dennison visited the latter a father e. S. Watson Ond Day last Wiek. They were accompanied Home by mrs. Grafton a sister miss Eva Watson. B. Orr Dennison and a. E. Orr this place changed their respective residences wednesday. It is to be hoped that each will be pleased with their new situation. Rev. Humble and family visited at . Goodings and Clark Mccollough a last week. Theo. Lanning and Little son Ray came up from Dennison sunday morning their a cycles. Mrs. We. Buchanan and children Newcomerstown Are visiting at we. Lannings. Miss Louisa Stocker port Washington visited relatives in town tuesday. Or. Dickerson Malta visited at his father in Law Rev. Mccormick s last week. A Georgia Sleigh Rutle. We took the Carriage wheels Jess Cut her half away. And put her a pair slides aug changed her to a Sleigh then hitched a Georgia mule to her and started the run but the mule he was t used to sleighs and did no to like the fun. And a fore wed got a Hundred Yards he give a Georgia kick and brother Jones picked up his hones and Deacon Scott fell sick and sister spriggins took a flight and landed in a tree. And scattered a round from left to right the mule where was he 3 Brethren but Here a the a less the mule s there ainu to no telling Oral sure there ainu to no use in Sleigh in been there before and folks that try to put style most always play the fool and find that heaven ainu to a mile above a Georgia mule. A Atlanta Constitution. Good night. We hear it from a mothers knee in Echo Down the Stair ofttimes in notes childlike glee ofttimes at close prayer. We hear it at the Garden Gate half Whir Perez Sweet and Low while lovers linger until late and loathe in then to go. We hear it said in gilded Halls where mirth and gladness reign where Beauty glows and music Falls in captivating Strain. We hear it at the bedside where dread pain and grief Are known and tender ministrations share with the stricken and the Lone. We hear it when the Sun Day withdraws from mortal sight what Comfort then to hear and say a Good night dear heart a a Good a Clark Bryan in Good housekeeping. Peanut Candy. Some gloomy Day when Young folks Yawn and wish the weary hours were gone go to your storeroom and there get Brown sugar heavy almost wet Send some one to a Peanut stand a quart fresh roasted you la demand. Set All the children shelling these and make them whistle if you please. When these Are shelled chop not too Fine butter some pie pans set in line then take a Pound sugar turn into a and melt not Burn but add no water. When tis done and like thick syrup quickly run your chopped up peanuts lightly Salt and turn them in. If there a no fault stir just a minute pour in tins and Cool and then the fun begins. A Florence e. Pratt in Good housekeeping. For some Rev. Myron Reed talks government the people by some people for such. And he asks Why it is necessary Trade with England at All. To the Silver question he says is not a Colorado questions it is a world question. Counter thoughts. Quot what is the Little one thinking about very wonderful things no doubt a what Are the old folks thinking about very wonderful things no doubt a thought like this tilled the baby a head a wonderful baby and very Well read. He gazed at grandpa and grandma too and mirrored the pair in his eyes Blue As Side by Side they sat there rocking he with his pipe and she with her stocking. And the baby wondered As Well he might Why old folks always were Happy and Brights and he said in his heart with a Blithe Little Start that showed How gladly head act his part a a in la find some baby As soon As i can to stay with me till in a grown an old Man. And Side by Side Well sit there rocking 1 with my pipe and she with her a Mary Mapes Dodge in Century. Content. I am so Happy dear when i am near you then with the mad sad world your Courso pursue but leave for me a Corner to Revere you i am so Happy just with love and you. When that great life that would be Earth a defender receives a thrust from them it would have spared come then and learn bruised heart Strong and tender no lonely Joy can equal sorrow shared. I am not Wise except that i adore you nor Strong except that love its strength hath Lent but dear if All my life up Flung before you can soften one hard step i am Content. A Anna Poole Beardsley in harpers weekly. At the evening service at the fits congregational Church the Rev. Myron Reed preached Quot government the people by some people for some people a choosing for his text psalm cvi., 48 Quot let All the people say he said Quot the fact that a Man enters Public life a salary barely sufficient for his needs and after thirty years service is Rich in lands and houses and Money shows us that while our Public servant Lias been employed by us and paid by us he has really been very industriously working for himself. His position has Given him certain advantages which he has used to Feather his own nest. There Are such cases. Poor men who went into Public life some thirty years ago Are now Rich. As a Rule As soon As a Man is Rich he is out sympathy with the poor he associates with the Rich. As a Rule the Rich Man is conservative. He is in favor things remaining As they Are. The Laws Rome were not made by plebeians. The patrician class have in every country made the Laws. They Limaye naturally made them in their own interest. The statute Laws All our state Are in favor the people property. Quot the Rich Man has a great advantage Over the poor. He can attend to the necessary expenses his election and the election his friends. General Bragg the Iron brigade and . John Mitchell were rival candidates in Wisconsin for the office United states senator. General Bragg was a most excellent Soldier has in Public and private life done the state excellent service. He is a Man brains. There is no question that he is a Man Superior to . Mitchell and i presume . Mitchell would admit this. At any rate the people Wisconsin would say so. Nevertheless . John Mitchell is senator the United states and general Bragg is in private life. How did this happen Well . John Mitchell is the son a Man who was Worth when he died some $25,000,000. I shall be surprised if . John Mitchell in the Senate the United states Ever votes in the interests the poor people this country. He is not in the debtor class and the scarcer Money is the Richer he is. It is for his interest to make Money scarce. Some senators. Quot nearly All the senators the United states would vote against their own interests should they vote for free coinage Silver. A Man who now has plenty Gold will a a Good Man and exercise self denial if he is in favor Silver. A combination Rich men makes a Power not easy to break. They can establish great newspapers and magazines and run them Day after Day and month after month in their own interest. They can retain the brightest lawyers the country. A Rich Man without brains can hire poor men with brains to speak and write for him. The Rich come into the court Public opinion with every advantage. As a Rule they have the preacher by the neck. In the Public Readmo the Bible some passages Are carefully skipped especially All reference to usury and usurers. A a it is the shrewd policy those who Are now oppressing the country to keep the poor Busy. Keep the poor Oia n Busy and keep him tired. Theother Day 1 saw a Man blowing Corn in Nebraska. The rows seemed a mile Long the Sun was pelting Down. Now by the time his Days work is done and then his chores in what shape is he to read anything can he read the Arena Magazine has he the head to think out the question Why his wheat is Only 46 cents a Bushel he has no head nor heart for anything and he goes to meeting a sunday and listens to a Sermon a continent and the lies j Buzz and he takes a Nap. A quest 1 Ion ably the people Are feeling that things Are wrong but they Are too Busy too anxious to think it out. A Rich Many a Day is a Long one. He works As Long As he pleases and then hires someone to work nights for him. He has the time and Means to state his argument. Quot i go into a news room. There Are stacks stacks papers and magazines. There Are Only a few poor Many a papers among them. Here is a clipping i Cut out a paper. It was 111 the associated press report the other Day a mrs. Russell b. Harrison is resting quietly in Omaha recovering from the fatigue four years in Quot she is one the several millions Good women in the uni Tecl states and was not responsible for the item. But this kind item is increasing. I read lately that Quot the ladies Buffalo would be glad to receive contributions from the women the City Tor some purpose. Quot this lady from Spain we have been entertaining at Chicago seemed to be More democratic in her manner than her hosts. Quot the situation we Are in requires courage and thought that Man out there in Nebraska blowing out Corn must take time to think. There is no use in raising Corn that is cheaper than Tuel than Coal. The world is As hungry As Ever Mere is As much need for torn. But there is a malign influence hat juggles with the Market for Corn. The Price goes up and goes Down not according to the worlds hunger this does not change but according to the will a room full people. Somehow the natural Laws Are interfered with. As a boy i never saw a Quot tramp a the nearest approach to one was the travelling tinker with his soldering Iron. Now they walk All the roads. Prompt and heroic treatment. Quot i believe in prompt and heroic treatment. This was Ever counted the 1 proper thing to do. The Soldier enlisted for $13 a month to be paid in Gold its equivalent. He had hardly got out sight Home before it was determined to the Soldier not in Gold its equivalent but in greenbacks. At one time three $1 Bills would buy a Gold Dollar. Over 2,000,000, Union soldiers were paid in this paper and no tone them so far As i know complained. Then said it ail goes anything and everything for the Flag. Now let the Bondholder take his Medicine. Quot he understood that he was to be paid in Gold. Let him understand now that he is to be paid in Silver. It will not be Legal neither was the Sharp practice with the Soldier Legal. The Bondholder is not any better than the gun Holder. He never shed any blood let him shed a Little Money fifty years ago the doctors used to bleed fat people every Spring. Quot the word a confiscation is not such a terrible word. People who do not occupy land use it in any Way have 110 title to it As against a Man who will occupy it and use it no More title than the Indian had to Colorado. Land Laws have been made by landlords and that accounts for Ireland. There Are about 12,000,000, families in the United states Aud 9,000,000, recorded mortgages the people have had very Little to do with Law making. The Miner is hitting the Drill at the same tune the same Day that some gentlemen in Washington in 1873 Are doing the sly trick whereby Silver is no longer Money. Servants the Public did this Quot As a fact we have had a precedent in confiscation. This nation confiscated property known As slaves not Only slaves confederates but slaves As Loyal Union men As live. We Here in the West Are pretty Busy people. We Are at work developing a state. Certain people in the East Are Busy making our debts double by halving our Money. Quot there is a family Over the sea creditors the world who doubtless would like to be paid in diamonds. That will be the next move Joseph son Jacob was As As James Whitcomb Riley remarks a Lovely character.5 he cornered All the wheat Egypt. With that wheat he got All the Gold and Silver Egypt into his private vault Toneu All the sheep and cattle and horses then All the lane5 then he got them made them sell themselves for bread. Then the poor wretches thanked Joseph for permission to live. There is a family Over the sea who have delightedly studied the exploit Joseph. Quot we Are citizens tree and Independent United states. Is there any necessity that we a insult anybody Over the sea As to what our Money Snail be. Anything with the stamp the United states it is Money. Gold Silver Copper Nickel paper. Back these place 65,000,000, americans and go ahead. Why Trade with England Quot for myself i do not see any necessity Tor trading with England. I can go to into the United states exhibit at the world s fair and furnish myself and family with nearly Ever tiling 1 need and the other things 1 can pick up in South America. I do not know that we need anything whatever from England not even style could get along without that overhand shake. Quot let us Trade with the people who like Silver even if we have to Trade with americans. We have been too tame ail along we Are children Drave people we Trace our lineage Back to the men the shirt eco colonies who without an army without a Navy without Money without credit declared their Independence great Britain Aud entered 111 the name god a seven years War. We seem to be forgetting history and degenerating into a lot paddlers. I heard Wendell Phil tips Aud remember a sentence. He was speaking the Republic. Lie said Quot god did not make Niagara to sing her requiem nor scoop the Mississippi her "1 cannot believe that any lasting Hurt is coming to Colorado. The Center population this country is not new York it is about thirty Miles this Side Indianapolis. The Silver question is not a new York brokers question not simply a Colorado question. It is the Peoples question and a world question. The Rich will not suffer with Silver As Money. Quot the poor must have Silver As Money. Unless to talk agriculture. Where All men Are farming there is no Market for wheat. We Are near enough to the fourth j uly to talk Independence. A White Man ought to be As shifty As an Indian. The utes and Sioux will not Trade with great Britain. I sometimes thin k that the Sioux fifty Jears ago were happier than the Bent Man i saw Between the Doug rows Corn in Nebraska. There is a civilization that is say age and merciless. Quot the Plain duty the Day is to be Brave and patient but not too patient. All the debts Colorado to the world will be paid but not in a minute and not 111 a year. A Man w to is fortunate enough t j a creditor can afford to be patient with an honest debtor. Special this week menus Plieni leather shoes .50, not a pair Worth less than $3.50. Most them Worth $5.00. E. Parmelee the shoe dealer 116 East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. Beaver dam Valley Brick Yard new Philadelphia. Ohio John off Holder prop r. First class Brick and rooting tile always hand at moderate prices. Give us a 50yl no. 6 speculations to whom it May concern. And according to the plans and file in the clerks office. Each bid shall contain the name every nor son interested in the Samn Ami u ii. P Cut Voeur it it will be entered Anri tha Pew in so ave proper Gay secured. In the w Kim Fri jul material Are work bid for each must be sen be Hiu the a wet the Price thereof accented esp Snible hid will be Board reserves the right to and mater Kwh Hufe a a bid for Bot i l Ihor Gate which is the lowest in the aggie t.7i2 �%ri0j the i5oard education. July--31-2 a to. F. Williams. Jerk Board education. Administrators notice. Hi0hti��ih.h.erebyk.iventhat tie undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified Asad mini Strator the estate Jacob Retzler late Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased. July 24th,�?T93. 31-3 a Charles Schopp. Legal notice. has f Een duly appointed flt if Assignee in Trust for the Bene fit the creditors Frederick Maurer. Makl Ciruti indebted to said Assignor will make immediate payment and creditors will Ftp Gnu 1 air claims duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance. Filus Ben c. Al shr Assignee. J. B. Kaulsky. Atty. July 25th, 1893. 31-3 transfers real estate to one fare for round trip to Cincinnati via Pennsylvania lines. On August 8th and 9th excursion tickets to Cincinnati account the democratic state convention will be sold from Steubenville Springfield Eaton and intermediate ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines. Tickets will be Good returning until August 11 the inclusive. For details please apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent. A business Opportunity. The undersigned intends to devote his whole time to engineering and for that reason will dispose his property consisting two town lots a dwelling House stable out buildings store House one halt interest in a Grain House and a Stock general merchandise. The Gram House is new Well equipped and has a switch to r. The other buildings Are in Good condition and in every Way suited for their purpose. The Stock goods was carefully selected to suit this locality and is not Only presentable but attractive. Prices and terms reasonable and easy f. Reicherbach jr., 28w6 Dundee Ohio. Subscribe for the times and Farmers Friend two papers for Only $1.00. Jas. Ecker to Louisa Ecker lot Dover $300. I. Gardner and c. 8. Johnson j. D. Hite lots 5, 6, Dennison $350. W. Tracy to George j. Mark Ley 1 90-100 acres Sandy $174.56. Board education to Geo. Rikeard 5-100 acres Goshen $725. I. N. Cramer to K. Eckfeld , lot 6, Dennison $200. Elizabeth Hay it. Al to Wilhelmi Engleman part lot 548, new Philadel phia $660. W. A. Shipton to r. J. Whorton lot i Uhrichsville $150. We Mclean it. Al to Daniel i. Ritter lot 442, new Philadelphia $1900. Grove so receiver to e. Forney t. A4 45-100 acres Dover $1850. Sheriff Adams to Bates a Ilance 86j acres sugar Creek $2500. B. F. Cottes to Daniel Arbaugh lot 2, Mechanicsburg $325. Moody to f. L. Scott lot 29, part 28, Dennison $400. Moody to Susan r. Mccurdy lot part 7, Dennison $80. Moody to Susan r. Mccurdy lot 8, Pait 7, Dennison $70. . Beers it. Al to a. E. Kambo 04 79-100 Square rods be a Cornertown $235. Moody to r. B. Orr lot 4, Denni 800, $100. J. W. Curby to Eliza r. Curby lots ii 12, part 10, Gilmore $200. F. W. Dawson to James Metcalf lot 48, Uhrichsville $175. J. E. Brick to we. And Solonia Riey one acre Auburn $1. Fred a marhofer to Henry suntheimer 20 acres buds $700. Sheriff Adams to f. Barricklow 61 acres Perry $620. Martha and j. J. Coen to John Shull lot 192, Uhrichsville $1400. Sheriff Adams to Henry a. Miksch lots 16, 17, Gnadenhutten $550. Ii. H. Worley to c. A. Hagan 60 acres Washington $2100. Sheriff Adams to t. Ii. Cunningham one fourth acre Uhrichsville $186. Margaret and Henry Gardner to Jesse Gardner 28 rods Perry $10. I. Moody to h. S. Forsythe lot 3, Dennison $500. Mastin Staley to Ruth h. Barr lot 21, Uhrichsville $175. Martin Staley to Clara Ridgway lots 28, and 29, Uhrichsville $300. Sheriff Adams to Simon b. Emerson 109\ acres Salem $8035. R Walton to j. Shull lot 23, Uhrichsville $150. John e. Brick to we. And Solonia Riley lot 28, Mineral $1. Chamberlain s Eye and skin ointment. A certain cure for chronic sore eyes Tetter Salt Rheum scald head old chronic sores fever sores eczema itch Prairie scratches sore nipples and piles. It is Cooling and soothing. Hundreds cases have been cured by it after All other treatment had failed. It is put up in 25 and 50 cent boxes forsake by . Miller amp son druggists

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