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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 7, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $1.65. Elphia volume Viii. New Philadelphia o., thursday Deo. 7, 1893. Number 50. Business directory. J. Frye practical and scientific Horseshoe special attention Given to diseased feet and faulty action in roadsters. Tic amp shoeing Trotters and pacers a specially. Shop in Rufers stand 40-26 a West front Street. S. Maple dealer in produce All ims. We handle n thing but la ure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. A give a a Call 91 it West front Street new Phil. Had near planing Mill. 35-Ly formerly the a a Gilby Jacob Foehl k sob proprietors. Table second to local laconic. To free bus to and from All barn accommodations. So. Broad Way Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Ohio 36-1 y aka 1 1�?~jtt Valley Brick Yard new Philadelphia Ohio. John off Holder proper first Claes Brick and roofing tile always hand. At moderate prices. Give us amp Oil soy artist in a printing a specially. At this office. A a reasonable rates. Or. S. Vail. Dentist. If face in 011, blocs Over Fribley s Uard Waro Joseph Welty v Wiiri Over and 1 Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi. Ohio Augustu 1890. 33yl j h. Booth 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 hous a North Broadway . Byron c. Iiender3hot. . Sx7r3-e02t office and rooms. North Broadway. New Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. Ellis architect. Baki powder absolutely pure a i earn tartar g powder. Highest All in Leavening latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 106 Wall St . La Grippe has started in Many places and is spreading among the people rapidly. Congressman Lilly Mauch chunk pa., died very suddenly congestion the lungs the 1st inst. The coldest place dec. 1st was Prince Albert Canada where the Mercury was 42 below Zero. Bismarck North Dakota was 22�. Moorhead Minn 24� below while Here the thermometer registered 7� above. The it. Wayne Railroad has discharged 3,000 employees. The claim is made that the dullness business is a partial cause while Many men discharged represented the increased Force that was necessary to take care the worlds fair traffic. Ii. A. Parmelee the Wood worker. Miss Ellison Magnolia is the gue6t miss d. Ludwiek. H. Mcclary and visiting in Pittsburgh. $500 $1,000 to loan Tion Call at this office. Son Oliver Are for Morma magic dyes color double the goods other brands and Are fast colors. 10 cents Gentsch a drugstore. Or. Newton the Newark advocate and . A Newton the Holmes co. Farmer were in the City calling congressman Richards Friday last. Stars and stripes wave Royal Clay works Midvale grand time. The ceremonies attending the unfurl . I. L. Hikers Jewett Harrison j ing the american Flag Over the Roy the finest line Holiday goods is kept at H. Kinsey a. 3t the sanitary sewers Are being pushed rapidly by the contractors. Mrs. Charles cables Indiana visiting her folks in this City. Is county commissioners were in session monday and tuesday this week. Or. Marrow wife and Mother Canton visited friends Here last week. Miss Marne Joss gave a Nice Tea party saturday evening to about 30 guests. All goods at Burnsides Bazaar Are marked in Plain figures no two prices. 50-2 Burnside has the biggest Stock Holiday goods in the City and dont forget it. 50-2 Burnside has a larger and cheaper assortment Holiday goods than eve before. 49-2 i co., was in this City saturday. He was a resident Barnhill until the past two years a is now visiting relatives there i \ Burnside will have All his Holiday goods opened up by dec. 1st. You will be surprised to see the amount pretty presents you can buy there tor a Little Money. 49-2 the Rev. J. A Castle Dennison Preaches at the m. E. Church this place morning and evening next sunday dec. 10. He is an Able preacher and All Are cordially invited. Circuit court convened tuesday morning with judges Follett Jenner and Poui Erine the Bench. There Are several cases for consideration. Or. Pomerine is the successor to judge Albaugh. Congressman Outhwaite Columbus Speaks right out the duties congressmen and senators at this session. It his advice is heeded it will by highly beneficial to the democratic party. He scores the absentees and says they cause much delay in legislating. Plans Lor Bui Diu any description executed Short notice. Gall me at no. 48 t out Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 21y there is talk now that Tom u. S. Senate will am and the rules so As to Cut off the nefarious practice filibustering for delay. It would surely be a commendable move As the conduct the Senate during the called session Cost the democrats much in the loss Power in several states. A Bill will be introduced in Congress soon by . Richards to repeal the civil service Law. We heartily believe in the doctrine a to the Victor belong the the civil service Law keeps in office nearly As Many republicans As democrats. While under Harrison a administration they found some Way to get rid democrats add thereby Dodge the Law. The Springfield daily Democrat gives Hon. Calvin s. Brice quite a altering notice for securing the appointment . Mcmillen As internal Revenue collector for the 11th District Col. Brice seems to possess Strong magnetism is an Earnest worker and never fails to look after his friends who fight the political Battles. The Democrat says his influence at the wite House is supremo and that Ohio office seekers hoping to win need his endorsement. Give us a Tariff for Revenue Only according to the Pittford adopted at Chicago in 1884. Give us free raw materials. Give us an income to. Give free necessaries life. Then give us an economical administration government affairs by cutting off All unnecessary expenses and appropriations As Well As All unnecessary employees do this bravely and quickly and Cong Ress will then Merit the approval All Good democrats As Well As the masses in 1896 Vve will elect a democratic successor to president Cleveland . B Mccleary and Little Oliver returned from their trip to Pittsburgh monday. Hello there will a grand prize Ball at glovers Hall next saturday night come every body. Mrs. Denton Chicago is visiting relatives la this Ety. The guest miss Lucy Winch. John w. Burry Cleveland ate thanksgiving Turkey with his father and Mother this City. Or. And mrs. De. Mcclung were the guests her Fatlan a . John Burry thanksgiving Day. Done to fail to hear Emmett the Indian orator at big 4 opera House Friday evening dec. Lot. The merchants Are very shy this year about buying Holiday goods and just As Sny about advertising. Remember that at Schoch Bros., is the place to buy your candies nuts and fruits for the holidays. 53 Burnside has just received 15 barrels fancy lamps which he will sell very cheap be sure and see them. 49-2 for Sale Bureau also tens office. Also Timber. A Good churn Auff a a Windmill. Inquire at about 12 acres \ Burnside is closing Wall paper at Cost in order to make room for new paper la the Spring. Now is the time to it a bargain. 49-3 . John Scott Wayne Burgh and . Clyde Mcliver Cambridge attended the thanksgiving reception at hotel Harry. A general line millinery will be will be sold regardless Cost at Mattie Meanor a go and see the Large line to select from. 50-2 . Jamie Dearborn left for Cleveland saturday a Short time ago he met with a Yery painful Accident and will be compelled to undergo a surgical operation. His sister Emma accompanied him. We respectfully Call the attention oar readers to the Large display and m. Greenberger the Well known Anu popular canal Dover clothing Man. First thing fourth Page. Be sure and read it. Ladies do you need anything in the millinery line if so go to Mattie Meanor a store East High St., and investigate tar Large line millinery goods everything will be sold below Cost. Done to fail to Call. 50-2 . And mrs. Harvey Miller and i any Gibbons looked alter the needy thanksgiving Day. They collected from the citizens and sent out to the poor about 40 dinners packages. This was surely a commendable act. The Young people the Towa gave a dancing party and supper at the Exchange hotel thanksgiving evening which was Well patronized Aldenj Oyt a by All the guests. Among those present from out the City were Clyde Mcl Zerof Cambridge John Scott Wayne Burgh Clancy Yog Eniti . Goudy Maggie Eison Magnolia the misses Nellie Lizzie and May White Cleveland Ohio and miss Townsend Harry Wentz Lizzie Cox a . Schafer and . And miss Deis and . Holmes Dover. Al Clay works at Midvale took place according to program thanksgiving afternoon. The weather was exceedingly favourable and a Large crowd estimated at from 2,500 to 3,000 people were in attendance. A special train from Uhrichsville carried the different orders from the twin cities and others desiring to go and the citizens Midvale the growing Village near the works turned Outen Masse. The following secret orders from our towns participated in the exercises Welch Rost g. A. R., Welch Relief corps evening Star Council U. A. M., Hayes Council A a. M., Gen. Putman Council . O. U. A. M., morning Star Council d. Of l., Martha Washington Council d. Of St. Bernard Council k. T., and twin Canton i. O. O. The Uhrichsville military and . Order bands accompanied the excursion and enlivened the occasion with patriotic and soul Stiring airs. Upon the arrival the train at the works the exercises began promptly and As the Flag a Large and handsome one thirty feet Long was raised to its place the bands played an appropriate selection and a Salute was tired by a detail Welch Post. The audience then repaired to the floor the main building where the second part the program was rendered. There was vocal and instrumental music and addresses by Rev. S. A. Corl pastor the u. B. Church Dennison Rev. I. S. Winters new Philadelphia president a. J. Baggs the Ryal Clay co., and Rev. J. Harvey Fuhrich Ville. The address Rey. Winters was devoted to the presentation an elegant Flag from the employers the works to president Baggs which came in the nature a Surprise to him. He received the Beautiful gift in a few touching words his manner indicated that he was deeply moved by the Token regard and Friendship for him manifested by those under his employ. The affair was a great Success in every Way and will Long be remembered by All who were in paragraph. Amp Ovva amp Pond a acc. Washington letter. Sentenced to the Penitentiary. Or. And mrs. Howard White Ana daughters Cleveland were the guest the list week rather Coventry West High Street. D r. Joseph f. Fox office Orer Gentsch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day Nischt. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. May 25-Ly. H. H. Porter att Ikney at Law a special attention Given to business in probate court. Off be and residence w. High Street formerly occupied by A. D. Richards. J r. P. H. Sigrist East Highstreet. New . Ohio 18 to 10 a. 2 to 4 p. A. 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets two blocks from Union depot. Rate $2.00 per 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 Abie to insure your property and your loss. Do not bed Cei Ved by the false representations and predictions other a nth. J. Kurtz agent. I. Hendershot Ai Igustor y. A lecture course. December 15�?�?othe boys to Day a h. H. Emmett. January 12, �?T94�?�?oa twice told tale a the Rise and fall the moustache a a Robert Burdette. February 9�?�?othe Loi g and Short it a . Lyman b. Sperry. March 9�?�?oup the Rhine and Over the Alps a major Henry c. Dane. Marriage permits. Walter h. Nugent and Fannie m. Gerlach. Elmer e. Weaver and Jennie Kauffman. Alonzo Carpenter and Emma c. Harmon. William r. Anderson and Nellie e. Reed. J. Sherman Diehl and Laura m. Car Ruthers. George Walter and Annie Renner. Adam e. Wigfield and Emma Wells. Malvern Himes and Josephine Neidenthal. Joseph Reidle and Louisa c. Eberly. Allen g. Nussbau m and Minnie a. Kaiser. Lorm e. Beans and Emma Riby. Holiday excursions. The immense Liue Holiday goods Nas just arrived at the store H Kinsey sat prices to shit the times. Utaji and be them. 3i if you want to hear the Indian question thoroughly discussed by an Indian hear Emmett at big 4, Friday evening dec. 12th. Special Low prices will a Given dress during the december. It you want to Money attend these sales at H. Kinsey a. 3. Miss Mattie Meanor the leading Mii Mer the City invites All who want a bargain in the millinery Liue to Call now very Tang will be sold away a flow Cost. 50-2 . V. W. Ault Orrville Wayne county was in town last Friday to see congressman Rio cards in the interest some one for postmaster at Orrville. All push cases All kinds will be closed out for the next two we elks at actual Cost. Wells drug store 50 3t new Oniu Delphia Ohio. Burnside Lias his goods opened up come Early in Kire the prettiest goods Are mph clout and avoid the Rush you Cion always save Money by buying at this store. 50-2 dec. 23, 25 and 30th, 18u3, and Jan a 1st, 1894, the Cleveland a Marietta by. Low rate excursion tickets to All Ponts from All stations tickets to be a id for return a Sage up to and including Jan a 2nd., 1894. For rate6 and and reliable information apply to any ticket agent the c. A m. By. Unclaimed letters. William gout Daniel Warner Maggie Zimmerman Mae Washburn mint voids Mary a. A it Oison John f. Thomas Alina Silas Meese Isaac Mann w. A. Mac us Delly Larimer Mary e. Baker. Euis Moffit. Go to Schoch brus., for hand made creams chocolate coated confectionery goods ail varieties. Tiey have a Felecia i Supply for the Holiday Trade. Go Aud see them. 53 school teachers no will want to treat Tsitir pupils will Tiu to their advantage to can Fec non Bros., for Bure a auries All kinds. Remember Tuey Are manufacturers. 53 Edward Finzer Noat one time clerk Eulor . Fri obey in the hardware Stor Anu who is now postmaster at Woodburn Oregon sent . S. S. Lifer a Pear last week that weighed he a 1je�z. Oregon is a great Rud state. The times and tanners Friend $1. Oharles Mclevaine and Marian who Are attending Soho in Colum bus came Home to enjoy the thanksgiving dinner with father and Mother . Auh mrs. J. L. Cir name. A child Jacob Comfort canal Dover fell into a Kettle Bot lard last week and was so severely burned that it and two Days afterwards. It Wasa horrible death a Al is a hard blow to the parents. It was burned sunday see our line perfumery for the holidays. An elegant assortment in Cut Glass bottles and in both. A full line toilet articles in Silver covered Ware. Yery Choice goods. Wells drugstore 50 new Philadelphia Ohio. The y. A. Committee has finally decided to hold the rest their entertainments in the big 4 opera House Dover. This will afford Good accommodations for the great number people who have secured season tickets. The next lecture will be Given dec. 15, by h. H. E Nett the eloquent Indian orator subject a the North american no one should fail to hear . Emmett. By special arrangement the c. Amp p. Will run a train to Dover tin the evening the lecture at the Low rate 10 cents for the round trip. Menus leather boots double sole $1 25, Worth $1 75. Kip boots double sole and tap $150 Worth $1.85. Kip b sets double sole and tap $2.00 Worth $2 75, broken sizes. Strictly Cash dissolution Sale. Eckert and i a new Phila be Paia Ohio. 49-4 . J. J. Fultz Deputy Gran 1 master for the ancient order United workmen who has been spending the past week in this City visiting Eagle Lodge and looking after the interests the order returned Home after expressing in self As Well satisfied at the general Outlook for the growth the a. O. U. W. this City. The order is one the oldest largest and Best established institution the kind operating in the state and with . H. Minnis acting District Deputy grand master Eagle Lodge should soon become one the recognized working lodges the state. Our assortment leather goods tin year is the most Complete line Ever brought to this City. It embraces la Dies and gents toilet casts cuff and Collar boxes Han a kerchief and Glove boxes shaving canes pocket books card cases Bill books letter books Etc at prices to suit the hard times. Wells drug store \ 50 i grew Philadelphia Ohio. Or. J. P. Blaize an extensive real estate dealer in Des Moines Iowa tar rowlie caped one the severest attacks pneumonia while in Tho Northern part that state during a recent Buzzird says the saturday review. Or. Blaina had occasion to drive several Miles during the storm and was so thoroughly chilled that he was Unak to get warm and inside an hour at ter his return he was threatened with a Svere Case pneumonia lung fever. Or. Blaize sent to the nearest drug store and got a Bott not cd majr lain a cough remedy which be had often heard and took a number Large doses. Hes Dysthe effect was wonderful and in a Short time he was breathing quite easily. He k it taking the Medicine and the Hext Day was Able to come to do a Moines. Or. Blaize regards his cure As simply wonderful. For Sale by f. Miller a son druggists. Henry h. Bradburn and John Mccurdy Dennison this county Drew a prize in common pleas court monday. They were indicated by the fraud jury for burglary and larceny. On the 8th, october last they entered the dwelling House James w. Mccurdy stole a lot clothing and other t valuables they were arraigned in common pleas court monday plead guilty to the charge and received sentences As follows Mccurdy 3 years and Bradburn 1j years. Tuscarawas county is sending a full quota to the penal institutions the state. A splendid Opportunity. Done to miss it Spring Bros Are Selling dress goods and wraps at from 10 to 20 per cent below regular prices for spot Cash for the next 30 Days. Mon y saved is Money earned. 3-w capt. Parrish was at Canton thursday. Considerable sickness reported in this Section. Mrs. Amanda c. Peterson wife m. Peterson this City died at their residence no. 77, n. Water-St., Friday last. Funeral services were held at the residence sunday. Interment in Union cemetery. Deceased was aged 40 years. To the bereaved husband and family we extend our Heartfelt sympathy. 8he a wide Circle friends a devoted husband and Loving family to mourn her loss. L. Hardman visited his father at new Lisbon last week. Or. Naragon canal Dover made a pleasant Call his friends Here last saturday. He appears to be the Only foreign candidate who fully appreciates the Aid rendered them in the past election. A few our Young americans engaged in a quarrel the Street sunday night. Boys be careful for such conduct is a violation the Law and a disgrace to society. The police Force have adopted a new plan. They Are now pulling the sporting houses in the morning instead the usual hour at night and generally turn out a Good grist. Mill. When a visit to Iowa . K. Dalton Luray Russell county Kansas called at the Laboratory chamber lain a co., Des Moines to show them his six year old boy whose life had been saved by chamberlains cough remedy it having cured him a very severe attack croup. Or. Dalton is certain that it saved his boys life and is enthusiastic m his Praise the remedy. For Sale by f. Miller a son druggists. Some foolish mothers let their babies cry with Colic giving Mother no rest night Day. How foolish when . Hands Colic cure gives immediate Relief to baby. It removes wind from the stomach quiets the nerves and gives restful sleep. Mother Send to Day to your drug store for a 25c. Buttle. Think the weary hours it saves you. If baby a Gums Are sore teething use . Hendes teething lotion. At All druggists 25 cents. Health the Congo. It has been observed that among the a White men who have invaded the Congo Region in Africa the death rate is not More than half so great As it was six years ago. Draining the swamps Clearing up the forests and importing the White Many a physicians and medicines with sanitary supervision have produced the change. It is the same Story that a told in the settlement every new country. Within the memory persons not yet old a trip Down the Mississippi waa attended often with real danger to life from the a and a break Bones fever so commonly known along the marshy Banks the great River a generation ago. There were places where the experiences Mark Tapley and Martin Cruz Lewit would really not have appeared greatly overdrawn. Yet who hears much about these terrible fevers now the a a malaria today is an ailment quite different from the ague that once haunted All the Low lying Region the Mississippi and its tributaries. Drainage cultivation Clearing up the forests and observing sanitary Laws produced the change just As it did in the great marshes outside Rome just As it will do in Central America and in Africa. It is part civilized Many i Conquest Over nature. The children Are living today who will see magnificent civilized states along the Congo. Uhrichsville d. C., december 1, 1893. President Cleveland did not eat his thanksgiving Day dinner at the White House although the Steward had obtained a forty Pound Turkey for the occasion. He and mrs. Cleveland dined with postmaster general and mrs Bissell As did Secretary and mrs. Gresham and Secretary and and mrs. Carlisle although it was an innovation for the president and his wife to Dine with a member the Cabinet except at a regular Cabinet dinner. The new Tariff Bill is the principle topic conversation among Congress men now plentiful in Washington and booming More so upon the arrival every train. There is much less a a kicking among democrats than the members the committee expected and very much less than existed among republicans after the publication the Mckinley Bill. The fact is generally recognized by democrats that the Wilson Bili is one that will in the end be generally beneficial to the entire country although like most great reformist will necessarily carry temporary hardship to some individuals Ana that is really where the great strength the Bill lies it is a Tariff Bill for the Many not for the few. The democrats who framed it Are True believers in the doctrine the greatest Good to the it. Washington doings i greatest numb Ltd the republicans 53 who in disparagement the Bill said it was built upon the lines the Walker Tariff 1846, could hardly have Given the Bill greater Praise As the Walker Tariff was one the Best the country Ever had and the people All classes were never More prosperous than while it was in existence. President Cleveland has congratulated the democrats the ways and Means committee upon the statesmanlike manner in whish they prepared the Tariff Bill in several instances members voting to put articles the free list such As Iron Ore Coal and Silver Lead Ore that their constituents would have preferred having kept the dutiable list and m his message to Congress he will officially commend their work and urge that the Bill be speedily passed. The democrats the committee ways and Means Are now at work upon the internal Revenue Bill which is to turkish the Revenue that will be lost by reforming the Tariff. It is estimated that this will be somewhere Between $30,000,000 and $50,000,000 a year. The democrats the committee have but one thought in preparing this Bill and that is to impose the taxes in such a manner that they will Bear the lightest upon those who have to work for their living and As they Are All men wide experience and great ability they will doubtless report a satisfactory Bill. Postmaster general Bissell has Nof announced whether he considers it proper and advisable to accept the hid submitted by the Bureau engraving and printing for printing the postage Stamps that will be required next year but the other Fellows Are getting frightened and Are filling such the local papers As Are open to such subsidized matter with so called arguments against the government printing its own postage Stamps. These arguments which Are but a repetition those brought Forward when the people began to discuss the question the government printing its own Money by the agents the various Bank note companies which had grown Rich by printing government currency. They Are simply absurd and if there Are no Lea Gal obstacles it is probable that Gen. Bissell will accept the bid the Bureau printing and engraving which is $169 000 below that the lowest private bidder even if the work could not be done any cheaper it is More fitting that the postage Stamps should be printed by the government. The peremptory removal . George d. Johnson Louisiana the Only Democrat c member the civil service commission by president Cleveland was surprising and has been the basis no end gossip. N official reason has been Given out tor the removal and it is not at All prob Able that any will be Given out but it comes from Good authority that the cause . Johnson a removal was not discreditable to him As a Man As a Democrat. He will be succeeded by prof. J. Proctor Kentucky and comini68inoer Lyman whose removal has been i am told fully determined upon by a Democrat. There is ample cause for Lyman a removal in the re port a congressional committe to president Harrison and he probably owes his retention in office this Long As Many other republicans to to the Fae that president Cleveland has been constantly overwhelmed with More important duties than the selection successors to minor officials. But unless All signs Are misleading the most the republicans will go before the Flowers Bloom again. Fay Benton Pittsburgh is visiting with Sadie Benton her Niece. Burrel and miss Myers Galion were married a few Days ago. The Groom is about 60 years age and one our Best citizens while the Bride is some years younger and an excellent lady. They will reside Here. By the death a Cousin r. W. Nelson was railed to Canton Friday. Mrs. Alice Nelson be about died at that place thanksgiving morning. Small crowds attended the Novelty company in our Hall Friday and saturday evenings. Jacob Arney a Miner came near losing his life Oue Day last week when a Rock weighing several tons fell from the roof and struck his hip making a painful wound. It was a close Call. Frank Sperling is be fast with the Quincy. A. Ley purchased K. Black property. Consideration $400. Mrs. A. G. Nelson and mrs. Or. Nelson Are ill with the grip. Harry Sperling a passenger Engineer is ill with the grip. Jean Rhodes was seriously injured in a Railroad wreck at morgans run a few Days ago. 8. B. Emerson has lately repaired the Adam Stocker property. N. Gilmore Cullings. Mrs. Louisa Hardesty newcomers town formerly mis. Abraham Schneider this place visited her old friends Here several Days last week. Miss Elver Hiller spent sunday with her parents near town. The infant son e. 8. Watson is the sick list. Or. Stocker visited relatives in town last week. Elder Thos. Mcgill feed 8prings spent Sabbath at this place. Rev. Westwood delivered a thanksgiving Sermon at West Union. The members his congregation accompanied him to his Home where they held a regular old fashioned donation party. A pleasant time was had. A bitter Sweet Good news for the ladles. For then it 30 Days we will absolutely sell All dress goods and wraps at a reduction from 10 to 25 per cent from the regular Price for spot Cash. 3t Spring Bros. New cases pleas in common court. Forced Sale overcoats suits pants for a sore Throat there is nothing better than a flannel Bandage dampened with chamberlains pain Balm. It will nearly always effect a cure in one nig. To a time. Trio remedy is also a favorite for rheumatism and has cured Many very Seyu re cases. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp son druggists. The Neue Freie Presse Vienna expresses the Sage opinion that the Irish Home Rule Bill is the first step toward the americanization the whole Brit ish Constitution. Dear dear How dread full but a much greater step toward the americanization the British Constitution is the Bill which will give local self government to the counties and extend it still further in the cities. The Tea growing Industry is actually practicable in this country. In Starke fla., mrs. Decrease Sumner has increased her Tea culture so successfully that she gets from her a Fern few flaw Theodore lauding. Adm. Is Harry d. Nelson it Al. Equitable Relief. Philip s. Olmstead is Frank h. Lee. Attachment. Sarah crop is f. Peet As Assignee to recover Money notes. Joseph Klinker is we. Frame. Damage suit for malicious prosecution. Amount claimed $10,000. William Booth is we. Frame. Damage suit for malicious prosecution. Amount claimed $10,000. Lucinda Booth is William r. Frame. Damages claimed for malicious prosecution in the sum $10,000. James Aiken is Richardson. Equitable Relief. John t. Diefenbacher is i. H. Johnson. Judgment asked for co Novit note. Alexander c. Dewitt and Caroline Dewitt is we. Glassner it Al. Damages claimed in the sum $200, for re Tusing to allow Homestead As against an execution served by defendant As Constable. Melinda s. Collier is Charles w. Judy. Reviver dormant judgment. The Village Uhrichsville is the p. Amp St. L. Co. Suit for damages in the sum $1,000 and for injunction concerning beige Over r. John c. Holshoy is Eben Vamp Kirk it Al. Equitable Relief As to land title. John Heims is the Dover fire Brick co. Damages claimed $25,000 for loss leg while in the employ defendant. 50 doses Honey fios�?50 cents. A Honey figs is a very concentrated extract Ripe California figs Etc. It has no equal As a Safe cure for constipation colds fever nervousness inactive kidneys Etc. Old folks love it and children beg for More. Physicians give it id place Castor Oil. Keep up with the times and done to let any druggist sell you some syrup not half so Good which he makes More profit. Demand a Honey figs a made by the Fig Honey co., and Tell your neighbors How splendid it is. No other laxative Ever sold so Well gave such satisfaction. Bold by f. H. Gentsch. 44y it probate court. Notice is hereby Given thut the following accounts and touche r8 executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed in the office the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio and will be for hearing the 21st Day december a. D. 1893, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed second account and v Ushers g. Wesley Murphy executor the estate Thomas t. Chad Well deceased. Final account and vouchers Esther Hunt administer matrix the estate we. E. Hunt deceased. Final account Aud vouchers As to Geo. F., and first account Ana vouchers As to Emma j., Margaret Schweg Heimer guardian said Geo. F., and Emma c. Schwa Gleimer. Final account and vouchers John bold administrator the estate Hedwig Caramell deceased. Fifth account and vouchers t. B. Rankin administrator with the will annexed Jane Hammell deceased. Second account and vouchers John f. Ladrach testamentary trustee the estate Christian Ladrach under the will John Ladrach deceased. Fourth account and vouchers Josiah Murphy guardian Frank Dix. Fourth account and vouchers Josiah Murphy guardian Claude Dix. First account and vouchers Josiah Murphy executor the estate Thomas Grewell deceased. Second account and vouchers m. B. Kennedy and Eliza Creter administrators the estate Morris Creter deceased. First account and vouchers w. W. Scott administrator the estate Samuel Scott deceased. First account and vouchers w. W. Scott executor the estate John Robart deceased. First account and vouchers Susanna Troyer executrix the estate Stephen Troyer deceased. Final account and vouchers Lambert Fribley guardian Edson Roll. Fifth account and vouchers Lambert Fribley guardian Grace l Roll. P a Atli account and vouchers Lambert Fribley guardian Anna Roll. Final account Aud vouchers Harry c. Hall administrator the estate Sherman g. Hall deceased. First account and vouchers James Parker one the executors the estate Alexander Parker deceased. Fifth account and vouchers Remus r. Gartrell administrator the estate Perry g. Gartrell deceased. First account and vouchers Greene administrator the estate James t. Livingston deceased. J. H. Mitchell nov. 27, �?T93. Probate judge. Special Low rates 13th.k Good the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Ray. Co., will make special Low rates for the following occasions. Ohio state Grange patrons husbandry Sandusky Ohio december 12th. To 16th.�?tickets sold december 11th., 12th. And to return to until dec. 18th., 1893. For Christmas december 25th, dec. 23rd. 24th. And 25th., with limit for return passage up to and in including Jan. 2nd., 1894. For new years Selling dec. 30th. And 3dt. 1893 and Jan. 1st. 1894 with limit for return passage up to and including Jan. 2nd. 1894. For information excursion tickets apply to any agent the c. L. W. R�?Ty., c. S. Belknap t. P. A., Massif lion o., address E. Terry. General freight and passenger agent. 49-3 Winter Holiday excursions Over the wheel ing and Lake Erie railway. Thanksgiving Christman and new years. Our line books is larger than usual and prices cheaper than Ever. See our line bibles the largest Bible for $1.25 Ever sold before. A full line Fine teachers Oxford bibles. See our assortment albums in leather and Plush and get our prices. Wells drug store 50 new Philadelphia Ohio . Hand la Colic cure in Ohio. Cedarville o., May 4th, 1893. I heartily recommend forever . Hands remedies for children. baby had Colic so bad i was almost worn out. A lady Friend told me . Hands Colic cure i bought a 25c. Bottle and both baby and mgt self now have Sweet and refreshing sleep. I i also find . Hands pleasant physic great Benefit to myself and child. Respectfully yours mrs. Geo. Boyd. Or. Hands remedies for children 25c. At All druggists. Desirable lots for Sale. I have a Large number lots North Broadway and North sixth Street in Oak Park addition new Philadelphia Ohio at prices easy terms. For 60 Days i give special inducements. John a. Himes agent. 26tf will sell out their entire Stock for Cash at prices calculated to clean up the w Hole lot before Xan. 1, �?T94 taxis special Sale commences dec. 7,1893 a genuine Cash Sale the whole Stock. Clothing reserved. On the occasion Winter holidays thanksgiving thursday nov. 30, 1893 Christmas monday dec. 25, 1893 new years monday Jan. 1, 1894 the Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway will our for Sale at All stations its line excursion tickets at special Low rates. Children under five years age free those a cwt i five and twelve years ago excursion rates. Full information anti exturs tickets can be obtained from any gent the Wheeling and Lake Erie railway. A. G. Blair Gene a manager Jae. Hall Gene a passenger at. 49-4 we have Given a. Bippus a son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase a co., distillers Louisville Kentucky. Do you want to build a House if so take Stock in the Ohio National building a loan co., and get your Money to build with. Done to fail to Call h. Moore Secretary at the times office and get information the subject administrator s notice. Notice is hereby give that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified As administer matrix. With the will annexed the estate Martini. Garver late Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased 3w Nancy Garver a a nurse what a the reason that so few diseases Are treated intelligently a a a a a a because few doctors investigate and discover True remedies themselves most them merely Experiment with theories and discoveries which they done to under stand. This . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer that i am giving you is a discovery not Down in the books. It is the True remedy for your nervous prostration any and All nervous troubles such As sleeplessness debility and so . It is a remedy applied intelligently by the discoverers Price $1.00 a bottle inquire druggists for free Sample. If not found write us enclosing five cents Stamps for postage. The doctor gives free advice to any nerve disease sufferers. All Welcome. The . Brant co. Makers Albion. Mich. And 4a Dev St. Mew York we offer $500 to any physician chemist who can show by analysis otherwise that this remedy contains morphine opium cocaine any harmful drug. For Sale at Gentsch a drug store

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