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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 31, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times ptts Lisheid Subby thtje8dat. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising Metal Lam in the Donn books Bill Heads poster and Job printing every description done Short notice. Toub Javor solicit it. New times the Quot times advertising rates Spach. Imo. 3 to. One Inch .18150 $9 50 three inches.1 r six inches. Half column. One column. 6 to. 8 3 00 9 00 4 00 10 001 15 00 5 00 12 50 25 00 12 to 00 50 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday aug. 31, 1893. Number 36. Rei Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. Wjk a a it ii new Philadelphia Tibbs will published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.�1.00 if not paid within three 1.50 remittances should sent draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Car address All matter intended tor publication. To the times. Teachers examinations. 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 j Une 3d, �?T93. Pupil8 examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, 93 May 6th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., add no one will admitted to the class after 9 strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character frown 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. All work must done with pen and Ink and the Nemea sary paper will furnished the Board. All examinations will he d in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. . Pfeifer Csc i. J. Richardson. Business directory. Formerly the a a Jacob Foehl amp son �g0m proprietors. Table second to democratic state ticket. For governor Lawrence t. Neal Russ county. For lieutenant governor William a. Taylor Franklin county. For judge supreme court join w. Sater Darke county. For treasurer state Brisbin c. Blackburn Coshocton county. For attorney general join p. Bailey Putnam county. For member Board Public works Louis p. Wilhelm Summit county. For Dairy and food commissioner a h. Mckeown Hamilton county. County ticket. Personal and general. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. �?1 free bus to and from All trains. Good barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Ohio. 36-Ly Jar. Joseph f. Fox office Over Gentsch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. May 25-Ly. Or. S. Vail dentist. Office in City Block Over Frt Bleys a hardware . Byron c. Hender3hot, a a a physic Willt Arad. St i2.3-e�2r. Office and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. Ellis . For representative David a. Lambright for probate judge Jasper ii. Mitchell. For treasurer Jacob Hawk. For clerk court James f. Milar. For sheriff Basil d. Downey for prosecuting attorney Joseph t. Mccullough. For recorder Hugh t. Minn is. For commissioner Adam Miller. For Surveyor Fred re a Eric Lienbach . For infirmary directors full terms George Crater Short a a a Geo. K. Arthur. Grand jurors sep. Term. 1. Frank Browning Mill twp. 2. We. Bechold Goshen twp. 3. Pershing sugar Crk. Twp. 4. Joseph heter Warwick twp. 5. E. Ii. Parrish Clay twp. 6. John Spring Clay twp. 7. Barkheimer Sandy twp. 8. Henry Froelich Jefferson twp. 9. Clarence Hogue Oxford twp. 10. James Mcravy Fairfield twp. 11. A. Nixon Sandy twp. 12. De. Indermill Dover twp. 13. We. E. Lanigan Mill twp. 14. Jacob Schug Salem twp. 15. Chas. E. Mcclery Fairfield twp. Petit jurors sept. Term. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl Jan. P. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to 10 a. Office hours i 2 to 4 p. A. 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. Rate�?$2.00 per a y. Heated steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl Nohe Ohio Farmers insurance j company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and your loss. Do not deceived the false representations and predictions other agents. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. R. Ii undershot adjuster. S am u Al Moore attorney 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 Mykris Block 2d floor. Joseph Welty v i Ira Awn Nyrl 1 Surveyor and civil Engineer business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi. Ohio Augustu 1890. 33yl j h. Booth a i 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 m. S. Maple dealer in 1. N. Crawford Perry twp. 2. George lint Bucks twp. 3. Brice Mcfadden Wash to twp. 4. Alex. Mccullough Mill twp. 5. Fred. Horn Dover twp. 6. Jesse Harper Dover twp. 7. Norman Senhauser Goshen twp. 8. Isaac Hill Oxford twp. 9. John Becker Dover twp. 10. Albert Lewis Dover twp. 11. George Crise Wayne twp. 12. J. I. Cunning Warwick twp. John w. Knisely Goshen twp. Joseph Welty Goshen twp. Chas. I Hoopengarner Dover twp John j. Jurgens Dover twp. We. Barkley Rush twp. James Kelly Warren twp. John Wyler Bucks twp. R. L. Shoemaker Oxford. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Amusing in t it to hear republicans ask a Why done to Congress do something to relieve this financial panic a we would ask what do they want a Protection to Gold Protection to Silver a what party did the mischief that now needs a remedy has not the O. P. Created a distrust in itself free coinage has met its a a Waterloo in the House representatives. The Senate has not voted yet 011 the Bill but it is evident that the Sherman Silver Law must go and he stricken from the statute books. The people the whole country Are anxious to know the result. It is sincerely hoped that Confidence will restored with the repeal the Sherman Law. I1. Produce All kinds. We handle ult thing but la ure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. 4�rgiye us a Call my 1 a West front Street new Phil. M 10 near planing Mill. 35-Ly pm Wirag a specially. At this office. A Mckinley Foster tic co., Are no doubt generously disposed gentle men in fact numerous instances their kindness Are Well known and socially they Are no doubt pre eminent but where Are their credentials when it comes to holding important offices and generalship an army assistants a True Republican a staunch Democrat May sometimes justified in picking flaws in the results the nomination. There comes a time when dysentery sets in its own Accord and the a wailing and gnashing Teeth a is horrible to behold. Reasonable rates. Times and Farmers Friend $1.00. Fall and Winter everybody wears clothing Call and see de. , and get your Choice 2400 pieces. Clover seed crop is immense. is at Chicago. Hog cholera at Washington c. H. John Burry sr., is at Columbus Watermelon parties is All the rage now. Ohio River is Only 9 inches deep at Steubenville Jas. B. Gray Garden City kans., is visiting Here. John Dougal goes to the worlds fair this week. Western Reserve pioneers Pic nicked wednesday last. John Burry . Of Cleveland was in town last week. The copious rams this week Are Welcome visitors. Abe Holmes is suffering with rheumatism at present. Louis p. Myers is at was Langton d. C., looking for a snap. Ohio live Stock captured a number prizes at worlds fair. Theophilus Morgan and wife returned sunday from the w. F. Miss Ruth Huffman left last Creek to engage in teaching at Detroit. Misses Maggie and Wilma Walter returned from Cambridge monday. Business men have ceased howling about Dull Trade throats gave out. Rev. J. A. Cook and Little daughter Steubenville Sun Dayed in this City. Children Are hustling after their books As school commences next monday. Many an editor has had a cry Sis without asking the Bankers to join in a panic. Mrs. De. A. Welty and daughter Ether returned to their Home St. To mo., monday. Epidemic dysentery raging in Southern Japan. Over 3000 cases and 600 fatal. Or. Gus Jones returned to his Home in Cleveland monday accompanied his Mother. Members the German reformed Church Pic nicked at City Park last wednesday. Scientists claim there Are seven spots upon the Sun and can seen through smoked Glass. Mrs. Simon Gilgen has fitted up a dressmaking room in City Block South Side up stairs. Rev. Criley Wooster delivered an excellent Sermon in lutheran Church Sabbath evening. Miss beet Shaw Newcomerstown was the guest her Uncle r. B. Mccleary last week. Mrs. Charlie Walton and Little son Cleveland Are guests her sister mrs. Louis Welty. The misses Bird Knisely and Emma Mosher Are visiting at the residence . Black at Bolivar. Miss Gertrude Spence who has been visiting in Indianapolis and Richmond returned Home monday. At Portsmouth o., cattle Are dying thirst and the irate Farmers threaten to dynamite the heavens. Mrs k Black and family returned last week from a pleasant sojourn with relations and friends in Freeport. Miss Helen Smith Uhrichsville is visiting j. H. Boothe and family . And mrs. Will Smith spent Sabbath with relative. Maud Hupfeld has gone to Chicago where she has accepted a position As trim her in a wholesale millinery establishment. Chas. Thompson and Frank Peters Uhrichsville were at the Hub thursday last. Frank has some Strong attractions up Here ? the night the 27th several million dollars Worth property and upwards 75 lives were lost a severe storm at Savannah Georgia. The Little son David caseber East High Street is seriously ill diphtheria the worst Type. Notice has been posted the door. Hiram Weaver Bolivar and Fred. Oakleaf Richville Stark co., gave us a Call saturday. Or. Oakleaf joined the list times subscribers. A Bucyrus Man offers a Premium $10. For the girl under 18 years who can harness and hitch a horse the quickest during the county fair. A Wooster Church has Young ladies for Ushers. Why not try that Here among the churches. We would have Well filled churches each Sabbath. Or. And mrs. Ralph Horning mrs. Savidge and miss Ina mrs. Redman and Little son misses Kate Welty Cora Kurtz and Alice Lahmer went to Chicago monday. On August 27th, at the German reformed Church parsonage the marriage William Fiedler and Clara e. Wold Man was legally solemnized Rev. J. B. Rust. Congratulations. The family . Gentsch moved with their household goods to Washington d. C., thursday where they will remain during the term office to which the doctor was appointed. Miss Mattie Meanor left last Friday for the worlds fair. Upon her return she will Stop at Pittsburg to buy a Stock fall and Winter hats. During her absence miss Stella Dunn has full charge the store. In monday and at the German reformed Church this City the marriage . Peter Cappel Gnadenhutten to mrs. Catharine Pectier this City was solemnized Rev. J. B. Rust. We extend congratulations. The total paid admissions to the worlds fair up to aug. 25th, when the Gates closed were 9,099,150, and the free admissions 3,435,406. This makes the average the paid admissions about 88000 per Day. The greatest Day in Point attendance was july 4th, when 283,278 paid admissions were taken and the next highest was that Illinois Day aug. 24, there being 240,-909 paid admissions. The music Loving people our City will Given an Opportunity to hear a Fine entertainment Given Quot hey Woods musical celebrities a under the auspices the y. A., september 19. Secure your tickets in time. Anna b., wife Frank Wyant died thursday last at Beidler aged 21 years. Cause death is assigned to childbirth. Funeral was held saturday and interment took place near Bakers Ville. Jas a. Linn had charge the Fuu dral. A woman the name mrs Harmon Anson was arrested at Chicago for offering to sell awards to the worlds fair exhibitors. She offered to sell an award the first class to a russian for $10,000. She evidently would do to Send to Congress. Or. John h. Kinsey dry goods merchant left monday evening for Chicago to visit the worlds fair and to Purchase his fall Stock goods. You can Lookout for a Fine assortment in and lines As Well As some great bargains. He respectfully invites All to Call and see the Stock. 2t the Somerdale base Ball team met the russells Massillon the athletic grounds thursday last. The latter sent the some Dales Home with their colors trailing in the dust. Many witnessed the game and some our boys who thought the some Dales invincible lost their Steubenville is in a state terror Over the recent incendiary fires. Ten fires in the last two weeks have been traced to that origin. The citizens will organize a vigilance committee and the offender if caught will find himself suspended the neck. Jenks Edwardp a Saloon keeper has been arrested suspicion. On Sabbath at the residence the brides parents near Hartwood Washington township the marriage miss Frances Murphy to . Albert Blair was consummated Rev. Mccormick. About 50 guests were present. Miss Murphy is an accomplished daughter sex treasurer Josiah Murphy and . Blair is a prosperous Young Farmer. The times extends congratulations. On thursday last . Chas. Nickles this City and miss Lizzie Newell Leesville were married. Miss Newell is a very intelligent Young lady. The Groom is a Young Man Good business qualifications and at present is engaged in the livery business. The Young couple Are spending their honeymoon at Chicago. The times extends congratulations in wishing them Prosperity in accumulating the Nickels. Or. Jacob Foehl and son John took Possession their hotel heretofore the Gilsey House 011 thursday last. They will As fast As possible refurbish and refit the House and make it first class in its appointments. It will known hereafter As the Broadway hotel. The table will second to none. The rates will from $1.00 to $1.50 per Day. A free conveyance will run to and from All trains. Good barn accommodations in connection with the hotel. Or. Foehl desires to thank All his old customers for past favors and solicits a continuance the same and the asks general Public for a share their patronage. Anyone stopping at the Broadway House will courteously waited upon Orange blossoms. At the brides residence West fair Street wednesday evening at 7 clock and Rev. Harry St. Clair the marriage ceremony . Joseph Linn and miss Elizabeth Marsh was performed. Only relatives and a few friends witnessed the Happy event. After the ceremony they were escorted to the dining room where a sumptuous repast was served. The Groom is a Young Man More than Ordinary ability and is full business tact. He is at present engaged in the furniture establishment Mcelroy amp Linn this City. The Bride is a Model Young lady and a daughter the late Addison Marsh. She has been one among the leading school teachers in our Public school. They will make their Home in this City. We wish them a pleasant voyage Over the sea con nubian Bliss. Amateurs to Cross bats. Washington letter. The Ball will thumped repeatedly again. From our regular correspondent. Mfr Tomte to the memory departed this life aug John Andreas who ust 19th, 1893. In the Church he is sleeping from this Earth he passed away Angels bore his soul to heaven now the poor Blind Man can see. Dark the Shadow that has fallen his Loving children a life for their earthly father left them in a world care and strife. In the ripened years manhood he was called from Earth away thou fond hearts were left to Grieve him Here he could no longer stay. For his work Earth was finished he has gone to his Reward for he said when life was ebbing Quot i am trusting in the precious words they sooth our sorrows falling in our wounded heart in Sweet showers tender mercy Christ will heal the broken heart. There no thoughts death May Darken an eternity Bliss where the heavenly harps Are ringing holy holy perfect peace. What to us Are Earth a Brief sorrows when our life in Christ concealed after death Well meet our loved ones after troubles perfect peace. A. J. S. Truly marvelous. Citizens our Community As Well As from other sources will Nave a grand Opportunity witnessing amateurs Bat the Ball athletic grounds thursday afternoon Between the reach City team and our Home team. The game promises to very interesting As our boys Are preparing tor the occasion. Also Friday afternoon there will a Lively time at the same place when the Somerdale team and Niles o., team Shal face each other to determine which the two teams is the better. The some Dales will supported George Rettger a Pitcher Cleve land No doubt a Large crowd will Greet them. And again saturday afternoon providing which is understood the Somerdale boys remain Over Friday night they will have another Lively time with the russells Massillon. This time the some Dales will use Oyer precaution necessary in order to outdo the russells and the game is though to out rival All previous games. Grangers annual picnic horses and horsemen. Boston is to have a new trotting track this year. The Brood Mare Alva sister to catch Fly 2 18%, is dead. Deceive the sire Mascot 2 04, Haa a trotting record 2 33%. The ringer Bill has passed the Ohio legislature and in the future it will a Penitentiary offence to ring a horse in the state. Since the entries closed for the american Derby there have been Twenty five deaths reported Good animals entered. De bithers string for the year includes Kremlin Kara Pistachio a Zatlin America Geneva rustique Guido and a number youngsters. Geraldine the grand old sprinter with the worlds record for one half mile has again distinguished herself. She startled the Pacific slopes equating the worlds record 54 seconds for four and one half furlongs made january 8, 1892, at Guttenberg Toano 6, 116 pounds. Record horses that died during 1892 were Emma Temple 2 21 Strath so 2 13 Rarus 2 13 Lynx 2 28 Maud messenger 2 1634 Glen Dennis 2 1734 pastime 2 17 4 Midnight Chimes 2 1634 Sultan 2 24 Harry Noble 2 17% Evangeline 2 11 4 Reavis Blackbird 2 22 Roy b., 2 24% Kate Sprague 2 18 Neta medium 2 2234 Annie g., 2 28 Grover s., 2 1434 Palo Alto 2 0s% Moor 2 2034, and sport 2 23%. Ill la Rummery a Challenge. Champion bantamweight Billy Plim Mer England has issued a Challenge to fight Feather weight George Dixon at 112 pounds for $2,500 to $5,000 a Side and the Feather weight championship the world. Sol Smith san Francisco is also desirous fighting Dixon. 3iis Backer Zack Abrahams has issued a Challenge and will bet $2,500 the Side to fight for the championship the world at 118 pounds. Stories animals. I one pounds weight bees contains 0,232 insects. A Bird in the London zoo. A hell Drake has apparently committed Sui Icide account the death his mate. A recent Experiment has proved that Carrier pigeons May trusted to convey messages from ships several Hundred Miles at sea. John Ruskin once rent Nora 01 my Charles Eliot Norton Harvard that he was As far out place among the americans As a shooting Star would in Purgatory. Miss Ruth Burnett Southborough mass., mrs. Cleveland a intimate Friend after whom Little Ruth was named has been formally received into the Convent the sacred heart at Kenwood n. Y. Abraham Lincoln Early Tutor and life Long Friend . Dennis f. Hanks recently died at the age ninety three. The Friendship Between the two was very Strong and was no doubt increased the fact that the Tutor once saved the future president from drowning. Bishop Brooks left three Brothers living. They Are William Brooks a business Man Boston Rev. Arthur Brooks the Church the incarnation in new York and Rev. John c. Brooks Springfield. Rev. Frederick Brroks another brother died several years ago. _ in nearly every Pursuit followed 1 y the bus Quot throng human beings in an Endeavor to Supply the necessaries life As Well As to Excel and gain Honor there Are always to found a selected few possessing an ability n their special lines bordering upon the truly marvelous. By study and application almost anybody can become Able to paint a picture but it is left for t he selected few to correctly portray the passions with the Brush. And so is the great profession Medicine almost Sny the Large army physicians is capable recognizing the rough outlines the More common diseases but it is left for the favored few to correctly read and understand the Subtle language disease. By a careful analysis facts we Are led to look upon drs. France amp Ottman who have been Visitin our City several months As the Happy professors a special adaptability in their line. They came among us with an enviable reputation already earned from abroad and their Long list wonderful cures in our Community and the constantly increasing crowds to throng their Parlours at the hotel tells a Story More potent than words and untold interest to those who Day Day Are watching the unmistakable tracery disease bearing themselves and friends Down to a miserable existence and untimely end. Subsisted blackberries. R. James a. Smith the methodist protestant Church at Silver mine near Norwalk conn., recently startled his congregation announcing that he would have to preach an empty stomach and that he and his family were nearly starved having subsisted blackberries Only for the week previous. William e. Lane a Deacon the Church and a mrs. Gick took the preacher to task for his statement de Nied that matters were As bad As stated and triumphantly to the fact that the minister had a salary $300 a year owned a horse and carnage and said that if he could not support himself and family that he must live extravagantly. The Church people promptly divided the subject the majority apparently opposing the pastor. Thereupon saturday he made Public a statement saying among other things Quot i want the Public to know that i could not do without a horse in Silver mine. I have to cart my own Wood and Coal and have carted Coal and lumber for the Church. There is no need a minister being in want in Silver mine if the stewards would do their duty. The people Norwalk and new Canaan Are willing to support the Silver mine Church if they Are asked. The stewards have collected enough Money from the Public to my salary and if they do not it i have friends who stand ready to help me at any moment. I admit that there is considerable feeling against me and Good Deal talk concerning my Way Fina Ciering but if anybody can take my place keep a family three the youngest past six. Teen years age buy clothing and necessary household goods and make a respectable appearance in Public in $250 in ten months i invite them to my House and i will take lessons from them. If this is extravagance god help me to learn Republican. Saturday was a gala Day among the grangers Tuscarawas county. An unusually Large crowd numbering 1,500 had gathered at Ankeny a Grove and enjoyed a very pleasant Day. At High noon a Fine repast was spread about the Grove where relatives and invited friends were bountifully supplied with the choicest viands the season could afford and nicely prepared the Good Farmers wives. The Day was Beautiful and the occasion will Long remembered As a Joyful one. Sex clerk courts John Figert was chief the Day. Pugilist tested. The prize fight for $100. A Side and Gate receipts which took place the Island above Dover saturday night Between Jeffers Alleghany pa., and Lloyd Pittsburg pa., was won Jeffers in three rounds. There was a Large crowd sports from All Over the country present and were Well supplied with Money and course Many them lost a Good portion. You can to find a Man in this City that was there but some Mem keep a Quot weather Eye the sheriff just the a five legged Green Back. Wednesday morning last while Little Willie Green was out frogging he captured one which is a Freak nature. Instead its having four legs it has been supplied with five. The strange curiosity was Given to James Linn and after ending its Quot croaking Days the Frog was embalmed and bottled for future inspection. Gilmore. Curious condensations mrs. Watson daughter and grandson ukr Chivilla visited e. S. Watson and family last monday. Oliver Kinsey and wife moved to the farm owned Samuel Johnson last week. Master Roy Lanning after a pleasant visit several Days returned to his Home in Dennison Friday. Mrs. John Morris visited her daughter mrs. John Gilmore Sabbath. Charles Schneider and family Newcomerstown accompanied the former a brother John visited re Tives and friends Here last week. Rodgers Gray Gnadenhutten visited relatives Here saturday and sunday mrs Hannah Lanning spent several Days last week with her daughter mrs. William Everett in Gnadenhutten. Friday aug. 25th being the 20th an Niver Ersary miss Cora berkshires birth her Many Young friends decided to give her a pleasant Surprise. From far and near they came bringing with them tokens Friendship and Good cheer. The suprise was Complete. For a moment miss Cora was speechless. After an enjoyable time spent in games and delightful conversation refreshments were served. In a neat and appropriate speech. Prof. W. F. Hines presented her with an elegant toilet Case the gift her countless friends a handsome dress pattern the gift her father and Mother and a Lovely Gold brooch a present from her Cousin Rodgers Gray Gnadenhutten. Miss Berkshire arose and thanked her dear i lends for their kind tokens remembrance and love. After another interval spent in pleasant games the crowd reluctantly dispersed. Each Felt that the occasion had been one great enjoyment and regretted that the time had come to say we wish for miss Cora who is one our most popular Young ladies Many Happy anniversaries this delightful Day. May the future bring her Noth but peace Prosperity and happiness supreme and when age costs May she Able to say with All who know the Worth dear kind friends. Quot i counted All the sunny Days and places my life had known and found they gathered round the Friendly faces 1 called my own. Of can a life have Joys graces that has 110 friends when fades the Beauty familiar faces its gladness Quot bitter Sweet drs. France amp Ottman Washington d. C., aug. 25, 1893. In addition to the Silver debate in the House this week which has been unusually interesting two great financial speeches were made democratic senators one senator Vorhees tuesday and the other senator Hill today. Both these senators Are friends Silver and both them favor the repeal the purchasing clause the Sherman Silver Law As the Best method preparing the Way for other legislation dealing with Silver As Money. There was a Sharp debate in the Senate this week for a few minutes Over the question whether a Resolution offered senator Peffer inquiring the Secretary the Treasury As to the action National Banks in Large cities in refusing to Cash u Pon presentation checks depositors should disposed at once referred to the finance committee. Trouble was avoided a demand for the Quot regular order a which sent the Resolution to the foot the calender where it will have to await its turn unless sooner taken up a vote the Senate. It is perfectly Well known in Congress that the National Banks new York and other cities have been refusing to Cash checks for their depositors for one member the House Johnson Ohio was refused the Cash for a Check for $200 at a new York Bank in which his bad Ance was More than $20,000, although it was Given him after an interview with the president. Hints have also been received Here that certainly new York National Banks have been profiting largely the Sale currency at a Premium which has been going in that City. It will not surprising if there is some very Plain talk in Congress about National banking system As at present conducted before Long. Senator Vorhees devoted a part his speech to it and there will others heard from As soon As finances get a Little steadier. Without disparagement to the democrats who held important committee chairmanships in the last House it can said that speaker Crisp has in the new chairmen selected men who Are generally credited with being peculiarly Well fitted to perform the duties with which they have been entrusted lion. W. L. Wilson West Virginia the new chairman the ways and Means committee has been a student and advocate Tariff Reform not Only since he has been a member the House but also Long Defore he entered Public life. He is thoroughly master the subject and this Tariff Bill upon which his committee will at once get to work promises to a Model its kind. Hon. Joseph Sayers Texas the chairman the committee appropriations has been a prominent a Tebei that committee for years and no higher Praise can Given his abilities than to say that lie Lias Long been spoken As the Sam. Randall that committee in his methods work and instantaneous grasping the salient Points All subjects that come before the committee. Or. Springer Illinois who wa3 chairman the ways and Means committee in the last House is now at the head the committee banking and currency which will play 110 Small part in the legislation the present House and . Holman who was chairman the appropriations committee is now at the head the committee Indian affairs where his work will much lighter a consideration that his age made important. The number disappointments is much smaller than usual. By joint Resolution Congress the provisions the Law providing for town site entries land in Oklahoma have been extended to the Cherokee outlet which is to opened to Settle Meni at noon september 19. Commissioner Lochren has no objection to the carrying out the latest Republican threat applying to the courts for an injunction to prevent his washable Wall papers Are new. Philadelphia has 23,000 More girls than boys. Danton was the most noted card player his Day. Up to 1861 West Point had graduated 1,966 officers. Gun Caps were first used in the English army in 1822. An insignificant nose Means an insignificant Man. Ices As desserts were unknown before the seventeenth Century. The Queens favorite shakespearean play is said to the soldering Glass and porcelain with metals is a novel French process. The growth girls is greatest in their 15th year and that boys in the 17th. Stereotyping was first introduced into the United states David Bruce in 1813. The greek Cooks could serve up a pig basted one Side and roasted 011 the other. In the East indies there Are spiders so Large that Small Birds Are their favorite prey. The distance from the farthest Point Polar discovery to the pole itself is 460 Miles. Boston was the first american City to produce an american made umbrella. That was Over 80 years ago. In the past fiscal year the number chinese that entered Canada was 2,258 poll tax collected amounted to $113,491. In Roumania a duty is. A bottle has to paid foreign wine. There is a tax female servants door plates and doctors. The Renaissance style began to prevail in Italy in the Early part the fifteenth Century under the labors Brunelleschi and others. The great Painter Razzi filled his House with All sorts animals and taught his Raven to cry Quot come in whenever there was a Knock at the door. Chimneys were unknown to the ancients and Are not mentioned any a Hole in suspending pensioners whole right to the Rolls he believes to quest lovable. There has been some talk this week about the probability the Exra session coming to a close before the first october but the most experienced legislators will not express an opinion As to the length the session until something More definite is known about the probable length time the Senate will take to dispose the Vorhees Bill for the repeal the purchasing clause the Sherman Law. The House will not necessarily Idle after it disposes the repeal Bill As Jietre sedative Johnson a Bill providing for an Exchange u. S. Bonds for currency at the option the Holder the Bonds the interest which will cease so Long As the currency is retained will probably reported from the committee banking and currency soon after the Silver vote is taken and the same committee May also report a Bill for the repeal the tax 011 state Bank currency. But it May decided to do nothing in the House and will Only meet every three Days. The Senate Kas decided against seating the appointed senator Lea Mantle from Montana. At a meeting the Council last wednesday night the contract for the construction a sanitary sewer East Avenue was awarded . Irwin. The contract for the sewer High St was awarded to the Horsey Bros. The one North 5th and North 6th Street was let to W. Murphy. An ordinance to prohibit intoxication and one to prevent obstruction to the streets and alleys also an ordinance to prohibit the Sale intoxicating drinks were re enacted and passed. The original acts were said to defective. The times and Farmers Friend $1. Per year. Formerly new York now the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio request Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia monday september 4 consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. To9 . One Day Only. Cheap rates to Chicago and return Over Pennsylvania lines from new Philadelphia account worlds fair. Not what he expected. Hicks Sticks is very ill. Nicks what a the matter with him Hicks Ilis wife gave him a Box cigars Nicks and he smoked one them he a a Hicks that a where you re off. They were so Good he smoked about Twenty a Day and is Down with nervous Prostran topics. Regular rate for round trip tickets $24.50 special rate for round trip tickets limited to november 5th, $14.7-special rate for round trip tickets limited to ten Days from Date Sale $13.50 special rate for round trip tickets limited to ten Days from Date Sale upon advertised Date for Daylight coach excursions $10.00 for particulars please Call upon address nearest agent Pennsylvania lines j. F. Milar ticket agent new Philadelphia o., greek reman architect the roof let out the smoke. A machine for making tacks was patented in 1806, but not put into practical use until near the Middle the Century. Now the world consumes 50,-000,000 tacks a Day. The wife Market is improving. Some weeks ago a Man in Western new York sold his wife for 45 cents. A kentuckian the other Day sold his better half for 70 cents. A medical journal asserts that people who drink cows milk Are More prone to consumption than those who use the milk the Reindeer the Buffalo the ass the Goat. The Cotton Gin which made extensive cultivation Cotton profitable was invented in 1793. The United states product in 1s92 was 9,038,707 Bales 4,977,031,080 pounds. The duplex and Quadruplex systems telegraphy begun . Edison in 1869 and finished after six years work Haye saved in this country alone the sum $15,000,000. The Indian Farmer has again been bunkoed the Eastern sharper. This time the Farmer sent $1.25 to an advertiser in the Clayville Gazoo to learn How to raise beets. The answer he received read Quot take hold the tops and in England the number women employed As printers increases every year hut they Are still More numerous in America where about 3,000 women Are employed in printing offices. In London there Are about 200 women com posters. When an armenian Maiden attains her 17th year and is not engaged to Maried she must undergo a strange punishment. She is forced to fast three Days then for 24 hours her food is Salt fish and she is not permitted to quench her thirst. The hessian is so called because it was supposed to have been brought from Germany during the revolutionary War in wheat imported for the use the hessian mercenaries in the British army. It has travelled West at the rate 15 20 Miles a year. By Contact with this planet meteorites Are raised to a temperate which reaches from 3,000,000� 4,000,000� a High enough to consume the hardest known substance almost instantly. Thus Only those Large size reach the Earth before being entirely Burnt up. A spiritualistic periodical published in London gravely announces that it has Quot secured the exclusive collaboration William Shakespeare in the spirit world and the Public is warned that alleged communications from him appearing in any other paper Are spurious. James Stuart died in Scotland near the end the last Century leaving a vast estate and a Large sum Money to his son James then in Pennsylvania who afterwards was killed indians. James widow with two sons and a daughter afterwards came to Canada and settled near the present site the Village Kingsville. When the widow died an Iron Box containing valuables was said to have been placed in her grave. The grave has been opened descendants her daughter and the Iron Box found. It is said to contain All necessary papers to prove title to Over 1,000 acres land in Pennsylvania and other property left the elder Stuart. $2.00 will buy a handsome Dongola Button shoe with Square Patent leather tip. Equally As pretty As any $3.00 shoe at e. R. Parmelee a. $1.00 a a Only for a woman a solid Waterproof Button shoe. These hard times it behoves careful buyers to examine our goods. We Only ask you to Purchase where you can buy the cheapest and that is undoubtedly at e. R. Parmelee the shoe dealer 11h East Iii ii Street new Philadelphia Ohio Beaver dam. Mrs. Shull town visited her daughter mrs English last week. Master Howard Baird Scio is visiting her Cousin Mac Kreig. Blair Scott Midvale is visiting his grandparents . And mrs. Leonard Smith. Or. Joshua Leggett is very ill. Or. L. Is a very old gentlemen. We sincerely Hope for his recovery very sadly do we chronicle the death Joseph Leroy Riggle 011 thursday aug. 24, 1893. He was the youngest child Joseph and Amanda Giggle this is the second fair Blossom which Lias been taken away in two years from this Home. The other Little Roy was Only 8mo. 24d. Yet he has left Many reminders his Short stay Earth. Two Sweet Flowers have drooped and faded two Sweet voices now have fled two fair brows the grave has shaded babies Darlings new Are dead. Mrs. Senhauser new Philadelphia and two Sisters mrs. Mcgregor w Ooster mass., and mrs. White Sioux Falls D., visited mrs. Joseph w i Spear last Wedil a Kov mrs. Met i. And mrs. W. Off a school girls together in new a Philadelphia when prof. Welty was superintendent the schools. Victor Fox Dennison called . Winspear last saturday. Vic. Take care your laurels. An ice Cream festival at Bethlehem saturday evening next sept. 2. All Are cordially invited. Reduced rates to Akron o., sept. 4, 5, 6 and 7, account the Young Peoples Christian Union and Eastern Ohio conference the United Brethren Church. Bowen afraid Dalj. Andy Bowen has thrown Down the Crescent City club for the second time and after promising to fight Mike Daly Larch 7 he weakened and the Crescent City club has but one fight Hall and Fitzsimmons and Uriu not try for an to there now. One cent per mile. Excursion rate via Pennsylvania lines for the A. R. Encampment at Indianapolis. On september 2nd, 3d and 4th, excursion tickets to Indianapolis account the Twenty seventh National Encampment the A. R. Will sold from ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines at the special Low rate one cent per mile. Tickets will Good returning until september 16th inclusive. From Indianapolis the Pennsylvania route is the most desirable to Chicago. Fast through trains from the Hoosier state capital run direct to the worlds fair City stopping at South Chicago grand crossing and Englewood worlds fair stations the Pennsylvania lines. These stations Are close to the Gates the great exposition and convenient to hotels and boarding houses adjacent to the fair grounds. No other route offers More conveniences than the Pennsylvania for a delightful journey to the Encampment a Side trip to the columbian exposition. Apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent for details. At Indianapolis . W. F. Brunner District passenger agent Corner Illinois and Washington streets will cheerfully give visiting veterans and their friends full information regarding this popular route to and from Indianapolis and Fryni that Point to the worlds fair. New cases in common i Leas court. Heart trouble stomach disorders nervousness results frown the use tobacco and opium. Hills Chloride Gold tablets Are positive cures All druggists sell them. On account the Cook amp Whilby a shows at Uhrichsville aug. 30, the c. L. Amp w. Will sell tickets at 45 cts. Round trip. On account the West Virginia exposition and state fair at Wheeling w. Yas ept. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, the c. L. Amp w. Will sell tickets for $2.55 round trip. Vulcan Iron co is new Philadelphia Iron it pc steel co., plaintiff sues for the sum $289, a disputed account Minnie e Tappin is Simon n Tappin plaintiff sues for divorce alleging adultery. J s Green As adm. Is William Evans suit brought to foreclose mortgage. A w Patrick is Adam Maurer it Al foreclosure mortgage Pra for in plaintiffs petition. %3i a Sophia Haas is plaintiff claims damages4 my the husband a 1 ism Julia Peter is foreclosure Bechel do maughima1 Mary Divor to people rejoiced to see it rain Satu urday. Hands cleanliness. Used in every Kitchen

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