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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 14, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend this paper one year for $ Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday dec. 14, 1893. Number 51. Business directory. / \ f a it Foj 1 f g it a 1 Jwj i wlm my a a a v \ i we r \ a w re v i a f. A j. R. Frye practical scientific Horseshoe special attention Given to diseased feet faulty action in roadsters. Shoeing Trotters pacers a specially shop in Rufers stand 49-26 set West front Street. M. S. Maple dealer in �?T1 01 we handle n thing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. A give us a Call a 91 c West front Street new Phil a. A Law near planing Mill. 35-Ly formerly the Jacob Foehl it son proprietors. In table second to ii a free bus to from All barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St new Philadelphia Ohio. 36-Ly . M. S. Vail dentist office in qty blocs Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Iiender3iiot. A a a Oit a, stje&e01t office rooms. North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. C. Ellis �l.x2.cx3 Marx c3. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl j r Joseph f. Fox office Over Gentsch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. M. May 25-Ly. H h. Porter attorney at Law special attention Given to business in probate court. Office residence w. High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D. Richards. Or p. H. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Oh1 8 to 10 a. M 2 to 4 p. M. 7 to 8 p. M. Sundays 9 to 10 a. M. A s v taking pow absolutely pure a 1 tartar powder. Highest All in Leavening latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 106 Wall St n. Was closed 3 years. Azanes Volle blast Furnace resumes after a Long shut Down. Zanesville Odeo. 8.�? the blast Furnace at the Orno Iron company a works which has been cloned Down for three years resumed operations yesterday a veg employment to 150 men. The rolling Mill will also Start up again next monday after being shut Down for several weeks. It will give work to ii Roost 200 world rep. The above statement from one the leading Republican pipers Ohio one that has charged the Dull times to the administration because the Tariff agitate it a Etc. Strikes us very forcibly. It shows what an extreme partisan Piper will to Holster up its party. The Furnace spoken according to the worlds statement stood Idle 3 years two years that time under Harrison a administration now starts up under this democratic administration now giving employment to 150 men. Comment is unnecessary. Local laconic. Mur tried Daniel Coughlin the beastly Derer . Cronin is now being n Chicago. He was the chief the gang in planning the murder. It was a most brutal piece w irk. It is noped he will get his just deserts. A traitor among the Crew that was in charge the America a vessel fitted to in new York by the brazilian g in Ern ment to Fig it Admiral a silo a War snips purposely broke a valve in order to disable the 8 up which caused it to Lay up at Bridgetown Barbadoes. It will require some time to repair the vessel. The traitor is unknown but supposed to he one the engineers. The City Tacoma Washington Nas passed an ordinance to punish tramps by the Snower oath. A Ceu 3 feet deep ant 1 foot six Inch s Wile Nas been placed in the cite jail. Mgt. Tramp will then be Given a bar s it a a Towel locks 1 in this cell. The cold Shower Bath will be turned when sufficiently Cle used he will retaken out. The professionals will no doubt steer Clear a City Battite like that. Mello the Leader the brazilian forces in Brazil was thought to be in Uch a p >8ition that he could notes Cape from the Bay at Rio Janero. On account the forts the shores manned by the government forces. Mello with his two vessels a Nadaban Esparanza left the Harbor at mid night last thursday n get ran the blockade. The forts opened fire a they were passed it was returned by the vessels. A few were killed but the vessels escaped. It is estimated that 117,000 persons in the City Chicago Are out employment suffering for the Neces series life. There is no doubt that Large per cent that number were attracted to Chicago by the location the worlds fair. After the fair closed they Wue left without employment. Many people got Rich off the worlds fair patrons hut they Are not Likely to a id the per now. Cd Cano will require a be aral years to catch up with her prescribed limits her Supply labor Dow largely it pc eds t demands. Mother have you a baby if 80, g t from your to Day for 25 cts b ittle Han los co to cure. Every baby often Hai distressing Colic . Hands Colic Cee gives pm mediate Relief by rent it Viag wind fro u the stomach quieting the serves giving restful sleep. Moth is think the worry anxiety this saves to t if your baby is teething . Hands teething Louon Tor 25 cents sooth relieves All pain. Sold by f. C. Miller amp 8on. An Ohio Mother s letter. Mansfield ,0, March 13, 1893. A i have used . Hands teething lotion for two years it gives reef to my children when cutting to eth. My child after having the lotion applied a few times would actual y cry for it. I have also used . Hand s Colic cure . Hands cough croup Medicine can recommend it to All a Vars. M a Rule now. Or. Hands remedies for children Are sold for 25c, by f. C. Miller amp son. A Nice Christmas new year present to it it y out own friends re Htiv-8 woul i a the times. They would App Ecio a it could read t a rough it the year get All the Home news. Try it Friend Only $1. Legai. Notice. Margaret Deahl Thomas Ferrel. Charles Onlea Obediah Ullalea Edward Halea. Amy Halea William Halea win take notice that a petition was filed against them others the Lith Day december . 189s, in the court common fleas within for the county Tuscarawas state Ohio a Mili c. Day. is now pending wherein same Millie c Davey demands partition the following real Esta a to wit being lots num her one 1 two 2 in Block number thirty two 3 in the town Dennison in said Coutv Tuscarawas that they Are required t api ear ans r said petition be f re the third saturday after the /5th Day january. . 1894 Millir c. Davry y Geo. h. Ii. Poster her attorneys. December 14, 1893. 51�?8 Holiday excursions. 23, 25 30th, 1893, 1894, the Cleveland amp mar will soil Low rate excursion All Points from All stations be a id for return a Sage up to including Jan a 2nd., 1894. For rates reliable information apply to any ticket agent tie m. By. On dec. Jan a 1st, Ietta by. Tickets to tickets to Legal notice. Susis skits plaintiff Quot court common is pleas Tuscarawas Sarah Forsythe it Al county Ohio S. The defendant Sarah Forsythe residing in the City Oregon. State Oregon the defendant Mary Mia turn whose place res Dence is u known will take notice that the huh Day november ., 189< Susie Smith filed her petition in the co it f common pleas Tuscarawas county he in Case numbered 4913 against the above named Nattes it there praying for partition the the follow aug described premises being in Salt a township coun y Tuscarawas stare known As part the Northwest the Northeast Quarter Range three township six Section sixteen bounded As Fallows the North by lands ii. J. Mainly the East South by lands f Cunningham. the West by the lick run Road leading to Bakersville Road containing ten acres More Jess said part ies Are required to answer before the nth Day january a. D. 1�v�?~4. Or the allegations contained in said petition will be taken As True judgment May be taken against them 49-6 Orson Lusk plaintiffs attorney. Ii. A. Parmelee the Wood worker. Go to mrs. Russells for cheap hats. 51�?2t. Our rolling Mill is running about one half time. The finest line Holiday goods is kept at j. H. Kinsey a. 3t f. Day is the limit to which Hunters Are allowed to shoot Quail. So in win own Are blossoming t with suggestions Santa Claus. Or. mrs. Carpenter Goshen Hill Are both be fast with the grip. All goods at Burnsides Bazaar Are marked in Plain figures no two prices. 50-2 we Are sorry to learn that . Jason Kail is lying dangerously ill chills fever. Burnside has the biggest Stock Holiday goods in the Tyty dont forget it. 1 \ 50-2 a Little child Dayton smart Goshen Hill is lying at deaths door Bowel trouble. \ Burnside has a larger cheaper assortment Holiday goods than Ever 51-2t. Senator Chandler says income tax would put a Premium r be every congressman Wou a try to deny voting for it. Burnside has his Holiday goods opened up come Early before the prettiest goods Are picked out avoid the Rush you can always save Money by buying at this store. 50-2 . W. L. Wallick proprietor the leading hotel in Columbus. Ind., is visiting ii son William at the Sherman House this City. The immense line Holiday goods Nas just arrived at the store j. H. Kinsey s at prices to suit the times. Lall see them. 3t a great Chaucer where to buy your a Hrie Imas presets. From every 10th Casu Sale one half the Money will it re Tundra at S. Driers. Done to Tail to attend he 10th Cash Pur Chase Sale at S. Or term a store. You get half your Money Back again if you Are the tenth Puich acer. We Are sorry to learn that mrs. Lucy Winch supped Tell the ice monday is suffer ii g severely from an injury in Ner Back. A great Chaucer for any one to Purchase wraps Uress goods Etc. Every tenth Cash purchaser will it one half his Purchase in Cash at S. Urferd a. The c. Amp p. Will run a special Tram Friday evening for the y. M. C. A. Ltd sure at Dover. Fare 15c for the round trip. Train leaves at 7. A m. Dont take any a just As Good remedy but come to us Neu you want Brant s cough Sisam. We always have it. 25 ainu 50 cents. Gentsch a Diug store. Santa Claus is taking a Peep at the Dit Herent Chimney. Some the flues will be found very a a defective this Xmas will not enter. Ail push cases All kinds will be closed out Tor tue next two weeks at actual Cost. Wells drug Stoke 50 3t new Urio. Marion Reody Istel his relatives last week at Newcomerstown in the me >11 unit Bagg it several Nice movies Quail. He is Puite a Nimrod. Burnside is closing out Wall paper at Cost in order to make room Lor new paper in the Spung. Now is the time to get a Bai Gaiu. 51-2t. School teachers who will want to treat their pupils will find to their advantage to Call Schoch Bros., for pure candies All kinds. Remember they Are manufacturers. 53 go to Schoch Bros., for hand made creams chocolate coated confectionery goods All varieties. Tiey have a special Supply for the Holiday Trade. Go see them. 53 the Tuscarawas county music teachers association will meet at canal Dover saturday. This association is Well formed Benin Cirl to All musical people. Prof. Bechtel is Secretary j. A. Mansell is president. There aae nearly 40 members already. The Best assortment silverware doth solid plated Ever brought to the town is at Halls jewelry store. Prices to suit the times. Secure your Holiday presets now. 51�?2t. Mrs. Janes an aged lady East High Street this City was san ctn with paralysis monday. She rallied from the first stroke was Able to be up. Later in the evening she received another attack which will doubtless prove fatal is she is lying in a critical condition at present. Her age will be against her. Vav for a Christmas present nothing is nicer than a Fine pair shoes s Ipp is especially when you can buy i hem so cheap. Can save you 25c. To $1 00 every pair according to Quality Price while the strictly l Ash Dis solution Sale lasts. Eckert amp Taylor new Philadelphia 51-2 / we Call the attention our readers to the advertisement Garver Bros. Amp co., Strasburg in this Issue. There can be no mistake but that they offer their customers great inducements in bargains at this time scarce Money it is a great Boon to those needing provisions the things in their a Ine. Let the Good work go govern yourselves accordingly. Or. W. A. Mansfield a genuine reliable spiritualist slate writing spirit artist medium in now in Cleveland will visit new Philadelphia during the holidays will hold seances give private Light sittings at the residence c. H. Mathew 319 East High St. Those desirous investigating will Call address As above. M. The finest line Vohns guitars accordion mandolins harps Mouth organs can be found at resonable prices at h. E. Espenschied a store no 133 West High St new phila., 51-2t. Winter Holiday excursions Over the Wheeling Lake Erie railway. Thanksgiving Christman new years. 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 offer for Sale at All stations its line excursion tickets at special Low rates. Children under five years age free those Between five twelve years age half excursion rates. Full information Mexcur by tickets can be obtained from any agent the Wheeling Lake Erie railway. A. G. Blair Gene a manager Jas. M. Hall Gene a passenger at. 49-4 Legal notice. Christian Mutti it. Als. Puffs. J court is. V common Rosanna s cocky. It. . Debts pleas Tuscarawas 0< unto Ohio. John Mutti Ana Eliz Ibeth Mutti the children Mieirs at Law Anna Beutler Decea Gottleb be tier the counts m Nito in the Tate Vii Ouri the names which children heirs Are believed to be Ludwig Beutler Ida Bentler Lenry Beutler. William Treutler Samuel Beutler Fred Beutler will take notice that the 6th a it november a. D. 1s93, Christian Mutti Mary Stuber filed their petition in the court common pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio praying for a order partition the follow ing cried real estate to wit bit a e in Tuscarawas county. Ohio being the Routh East Quarter the North East q Arter >601100 7 seven township s eight Range 3 three the United states Mili tary land District in said county containing forty acres More less with the appurtenances that said petition will be for hearing in said court an order partition demanded when said cae shall be reached in its Regul r order trial after the expiration Rule Day for answer in said court. By j. H. Barnhill nov 16-6wks. Atty. For plaintiffs. I see Garver Bros. Adv. On 4th Page. Great bargains m millinery at mrs. Russells. 51-2t. Ted Martin lost a Yery valuable Colt one Day la get week. Mrs. H f. Barnes is visiting her parents . Amp mrs. J. W. 8toody. Mis Cora my Zurie Guhrsch Sivilie visited mrs. A. Douthitt this week. A great Surprise at mrs. Russells store. Everyone invited. 51�?2t. The great tenth Cash Purchase Sale at 8. Urferd a commences today thurs Day. Mrs. Samuel work Buffalo n. Y., is visiting father Crooks other relatives. Mrs. Janes had a stroke paralysis monday from which she is recovering. Or. Blackburn Roscoe was the guest . James Spence family this week. The roof Sam Minnigh a residence caught fire Friday afternoon. No damage done. George Martin removed with his wife family from canal Dover to this City last week. Abraham 8harp has accepted a position As night watchman at the tile works this City. Messes. John t. Smith Kent Morgan Carrollton Are visiting relatives in Dover this place. You will get one half your Money Back from Eyer it 10th Cash Purchase made at S. Urferd a store. Or. Valentine Brown Somerdale a prominent citizen joined the times Lis t last Friday. Remember that Al Schoch Bros., is the place to buy your candies nuts fruits for the holidays. 53 a North Carolina woman has a Towel fifty years old. We done to know what printing office she got it from. Given away free one half every tenth Purchase to the purchaser in Cash when Bale is Cash at S. Urferd a. Rev. H. E. Cole Midvale will preach at the United Brethren Church this City next Sabbath at 10 clock . Mrs. Bion Trout daughter Clela Pittsburgh who have been the guests relatives in this City returned Home monday. Carpet weavers who have tested magic dyes pronounce them Superior for Rich fast colors. 10 cents. Genscha a drug store. A a father s.,4ellsus the lady Fortune Teller is strictly in it. His eyes were opened his past present future history. He feels sew Bat relieved As Well As Eddie A general line millinery will be will be sold regardless Cost at Mattie Meanor a go see the Large line to select from. 50-2 the inebriated razor Flasher who left a White Wash Brush the porch Al. Getz May have name by Callog at the House. Special Low prices will be Given dress goods during the month december. If you want to save Money attend these sales at j. H. Kinsey a. 3t Rev. E. V. Cole the United Brethren Church this City is holding meetings tuis week at the Biel Church six Miles North East this City. Miss Mattie Meanor the leading Mil Iner the City invites All who want a bargain in the millinery line to Call now every Tang will be sold away below Cost. 50-2 Frank Miller Dover was arrested monday the charge living in a state adultery with amp certain woman was lodged in jail. A divorce Suh brought by his wite is now pending in common pleas court. Or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer was originated by a up Cia Lisic in treatment All nerve diseases. His advice treatment free charge to users this great nerve cure. For More information $1 bottles Call at Gentsch a drug store. We Are sorry to learn that Thos. P Connell an adept roller the canal Dover rolling Mills was seriously injured by a piece Sheet Iron slipping through his hands. One member was seriously lacerated will cause him to a i absent from work several Days. Diamond rings from $2 50 up watches from $2 50 up All warranted Gold headed canes Best Quality Gold spectacles Eye Glass 500 Gold rings to select from at Halls jewelry store. Call see us before you Purchase Holiday goods. 51-2t. For the first time in Many years internal Revenue receipts during the past month exceeded the customs revenues. The excess was nearly $2,000,000. This does not mean that american men Are using More whiskey tobacco probably but Only that american women Are wearing less Fine foreign Toggery. Our line books is larger than usual aug pm ices cheaper than Ever. See our line Jiffies the largest Bible for $1.25 Ever sold before. A full line Fine teacher / Oxford bibles. See our asst it rement albums in leather Plush get our pne a. Wells drug store 50 new Phi Idelphia a Jirik we have Given a. Bippus amp son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich nutritious free from All impurity. For the sick feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers v Louisville Kentucky. We Challenge anyone to undersell a n solid silverware platen Ware watches Ltd jewelry any kind. Just Call see our Stock secure your presents for the holidays. H. E. Espenschied no. 133, West High St. 51-2t. Special Low rates 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 llth., 12th. 13th. Good to return to until dec. 18th., 1893. For Christmas december 25th, dec. 23rd. 24th. 25th., with limit for return passage up to in including Jan. 2nd., 1894. For new years Selling dec. 30th 31st. 1893 Jan. 1st. 1894 with limit for return passage up to in eluding 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 j. E. Terry. General freight passenger age it 49-3 news for the ladles. / for then it 30 Days we will absolutely Serl All dress goods wraps at a reduction from 10 to 25 per cent from the regular Price for spot Cash. 3t Spring Bros. Conundrum. Why can you get hats so cheap at mrs. Russells ads. Because she is closing out in order to have a fresh new Stock next fall. 51-2t. Fire at canal Dover. The stove tinware store Stevens amp King caught fire about eleven Oclock tuesday night causing consider Able damage before the fire was extinguished. The water did considerable damage to the goo<1s. Their loss will amount to about $1000. It is claimed the tire was incendiary origin. The times Farmers Friend $1. Our store windows present a very respectable appearance. Burnside Sells the Best 50ct, Glove in the City. Try the. 51-2t. Mrs. 8. Moore daughter Isabel Are visiting relatives friends in Harrison county. The first duty the 8enateis to provide itself with rules to make it possible to its duty. Or. Josnua Humrickhouse York township a Proni aet Farmer a As added to our list readers Iasi thursday. Go see that Beautiful solid Silver Ware at h. E. Espenschied a jewelry store before buying Holiday presents. We will make it an object Worth looking after. 51�?2t. Last Friday messes. We. Ginter Chas. Heriman port Washington two substantial democrats called at our Sanctum added their names to our list Reau Ere. Our Board health should see that dead horses have a proper burial at the a Bone Yard near the gravel pit. Such Oder As arises therefrom Are very Likely to propagate diseases. In the article last week concerning the Given the poor thanksgiving Day we mentioned three persons Only As having looked after them while the Young menus Christian association in a body took an interest in the work. We simply gave the news As we got it. If you not know it Call at once find out that you can buy cat Dee Boston rubber boots for $2.60. Colchester up $2 50. Colchester common $2.25. Stud Snag proof $2 75, Worth $3 50. Strictly Cash dissolution Sale. Eckert amp Taylor new Philadelphia 51-2 the egyptians made futile attempt to preserve the body by embalming this practice originated no doubt in the opinion which it was said they held a that so Long As a body remained uncorrupted so Long the soul continued in it. The greeks usually but not universally burned their dead interred their ashes in urns. The actual origin cremation is lost in obscurity. Most probably the primary idea was the purification the body by fire. It is supposed the Early practice the romans was to but their later practice was to Burn cremation was held by them in Honor the bodies suicides Young children not lining allowed to be Vav est mister Gazette. Our assortment leather goods this year is the most Complete line Ever brought to this City. It embraces la Dies gents toilet Cas cuff Collar boxes handkerchief Glove boxes shaving cases pocket books card cases Bill books letter books Etc., at prices to suit the hard times. Wells drug store 50 new Philadelphia Ohio. A the world will come to an end Ere this country has passed into history a says professor Charles Adiel Lewis Totten new Hayen Conn. He has figured it out that the Advent the Mesiah tie restoration All things As they were in the Days the prophets will occur about 1899. He disclaims any intention posing As a a a Crank the Type that predicts storms earthquakes saying there will be an end to All people who have not followed literally obeyed the word god. Professor Totten was compelled to surrender the chair military tactics in Yale account his eccentric theories. He is extremely nervous Das the eyes forehead a pronounced regious enthusiast. Or. J. P. Blaize an extensive real estate dealer in Des Morfes Iowa narrowly escaped one the severest attacks pneumonia while in Tho Northern part that state during a recent blizzard says the saturday review. Or. Blaize had occasion to drive several Miles during the storm was so thoroughly chilled that he was unable to get warm inside an hour at Ter his return he was threatened with a severe Case pneumonia lung fever. Or. Blaize sent to the nearest drug store got a bottle chamberlains cough remedy which he had often heard took a number Large doses. He says the effect was wonderful in a Short time he was breathing quite easily. He kit taking the Medicine the Hext Day was Able to come to Des Moines. Or. Blaize regards his cure As simply wonderful. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp 8on druggists. We have been informed that certain parties in canal Dover have been circulating the report by circulars otherwise to the effect that the Council new phila., has passed an ordinance prohibiting Farmers from peddling produce from the Wagon the streets without first taking out a licence. This is not Correct. Farmers Are privileged to peddle produce All they please Are cordially invited to bring their reduce sell it just As they please Here is now an ordinance prohibiting anyone without License who is not a resident the town from retailing meat from the Wagon. That ordinance has been in Force for More than a year. Farmers can sell meat by tie Quarter. There is an ordinance now pending to prevent parti 8 who Are non a silents the town from soliciting delivering goods at retail but this does not refer to Farmers. We Only wish to inform the Public Farmers especially the facts. Selfish notices no doubt Lead to the circulations these reports which Are unfounded. A great Many condemn the meat peddling ordinance no doubt Many will condemn a portion the one now pending. Such ordinances Lead to combinations to raise prices to say the least Are not democratic. If we Are to have Protection for one class citizens Why not for All. Printing houss in Cleveland Massillon Sherrodsville other places come right into our town solicit Job printing from 8 me the very persons these ordinances Are to Benefit. We believe in a free Field else Protection to All alike. S. S. Urfer. Deserving a Crown. The poor Many a Friend Speaks his sentiments. A new Coal prominent men Helm. Field. At the a final decision has just been made whereby nearly 1,000 acres eco Dlene co-1 lands will he opened no . Over it by january 15th, t894. The Cleveland Login amp whaling railway company assisted by messes. W h. Wain Wright Frank Mcintosh Sherrodsville Oare the promoters the project which will when in full operation give employment to nearly 600 men. The Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling railway company have easy Access to their new mines account the switch already running from the main track up to the mines the Goshen Coal company South this cite. The univ expense any consequence will be the laying a few Hundred feet track to the proposed tin pm a if Tsoa rawas county contained Auch men As . Wainwright who having a Thor one knowledge mining Good business sagacity our natural resources would he developed to a much higher degree the general interests our county would he fostered accordingly . Wainwright is the poor Many a Friend he is a self made Man in every respect starting out in life with no capital. He had Economy Thrift Hon. Eaty a kind heart has climbed the ladder Success step by step. He has hosts friends throughout the country. He is connected with the c l. A w. By. At present they Are drilling in order to find a suitable place for an opening. Lands Knisely Welfly Edie Schlafly Meredith Haye been leased by this company. A. Helping hand. To All desiring to make desirable Xmas presents we keep the Quality up. Aprons blankets counterpane car pet sweepers corsets dollies dress patterns fur capes fancy hair pins Faucy baskets a icy dusters fans. Head rests Hassocks hosiery handkerchiefs infants Sho a infants clocks infants knit Jacques infants blankets ice Wool snails jewel cases kid Gli yes kid mittens Linen sets laces lace dress nets macintoshes Muslin underwear. Look up above then below our list i9 Complete. Victoria carpet sweepers can be taken trial. China Silks fancies 75 designs. Plain 50 shades at 29c, 49c 69c. Unique get ups in head rests. Governor Lewelling Hausa issued a circular the other Day addressed to the Board police in the largest cities the state ordering the arrests Idle men. Since its issuance protests have gone up but the governor stands unmoved. As chief executive a Western state he has declared Tuat Poy try is not a crime that the distressed Are not such enemy s society As to justify discovery their immediate incarceration. There is nothing out equity humanity in this simple declaration a certainly no thug to occasion alarm in the Public mind justify journalistic criticism. The governor Points out that it has been the practice in his state to consign every unemployed Man to the Rock pile. He indignantly denounces such practices orders a Reform. He knows himself what it is to Hunt for work fail in finding it. He cites an instance when in 1865, he walked the streets Chicano All night without sufficient in his pockets to pay for a bed. The next Day he secured work shovelling dirt a rail Road. He asserts that Man has a perfect right to walk from City to City in search employment. The enunciation such a doctrine ought not to excite apprehensions in any Quarter. The governors circular is just humane Post. Death mrs. Fannie Vinton. Mrs. Fannie Vinton died at her late residence in this City monday morning december 11,1893, heart failure aged 78 years. Mrs. Vinton was the wife Alvin Linton no died about six years Hgo. They commenced married life in port Washington about sixty years ago aft award lived in Massalon came to new Philadelphia forty years ago where the family has resided Ever since. She leaves three sons two daughters. Mrs. Vinton was a very kind Mother will be mourned by a Large number relatives friends. She was kindly cared for since the death her husband by Alvin who has been a Dutiful son to his Mother. The funeral will take place thursday afternoon instead wednesday As at first announced. To your hearts handkerchiefs Content. Mulls napkins night 8hirts, Orange spoons purses picture drapes pair curtains piano spreads rugs Ruch gangs silk dresses shawls set furs silk umbrellas silk Hose supporters silk mittens a ilk fringe silk Hose silk ties. Shopping bags silk 8ocks, stamped linens skirts Silver spoons table linens towels table spreads underwear wrapper patterns piece sheeting comfortable silk vests. 52 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 nights time. Thin remedy is also favorite for rheumatism has cured Many very severe cases. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists. To tax payers. For persons desiring such accommodation i have arranged to Advance a United amount funds for the payment taxes lands lots in Tuscarawas county under an act Legi lature authorizing same. Porpa Ticu ars terms Call write me. John a. Hines new Philadelphia Circuit court calender. Common pleas affirmed. Cal. 1.�?keitf r amp Keirfer is. Geo. W. Stoutt Al Davy. Error k 102. Judgment below affirmed. Cal. 2.�?dorothy Bunch is. The commissioners Tuscarawas county Ohio. Error Dock 131. To Amend petition to make new parties Case continued. Cal. 3.�?uriah t. Cross is Catherine Knobloch it Al. Appeal Dock 132. Appeal dismissed. Cal. 4.�?8t��te Ohio relation j. Gordon is. John Myers Joseph karts it Al. Appeal Dock 133. Settled costs paid. Cal. 5.�?James Hindman is. William Mckee. Error Dock 134. Affirmative writ mandamus to Issue. Cal. 6.�?state Ohio relation g. W. Helter is. L. P. Myers township treasurer. Appeal Dock 134. Judgment below affirmed. Cai. 7.�?the Cleveland amp Canton r r. Is. Noah Mast. Error Dock 135. Decree for plaintiff requiring defendent to remove obstruction from right Way. Cal. 8.�?John Deis is. Margaret Ren Kert it Al. Appeal Dock 136. Decree for plaintiff partition ordered finding action. Cal. 9.�?kate e. Hummel is. Charles Hummel Cyrus Hummel. Appeal Dock 137. Court below reversed for the reason that Rule no. 8 conflicts with statues. Cal. 10.�?isaac Perdure is Joseph l. Dinning William Dinning George w. Carpenter. Error Dock 138. Common pleas affirmed. Cal. 11.�?Mary a. is. Uriah t. Cross. Error Dock 139. Continued. Cai. 12.�?phtneas Arnold it Al is. Christopher Bence it Al. Appeal Dock 140. Appeal dismissed. Cal. 13.�?dorothy Bunch is. The Village new pm Ladelphia it Al. Appeal Dock 141. Judgment below affirmed. Cal. 14.�? James Callagnan is. Margaret Medler. Error Dock 142. Continued. Cal. 15.�?William c. Williamson it Al trustee is. Beriah Johnson admin Trator Etc. Appeal Dook 143. Holiday excursions via Pennsylvania lines december 23d, 24th, 25th, 30th 31st, 1893, january 1st, 1894, excursion tickets at Low round trip rates will be sold from stations the Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburgh to Points those lines in Western Pennsy Lurma. Ohio Indiana Illinois Kentucky West Virginia. Return Coupon will be valid until january 2d for details please apply to neatest Pennsylvania line ticket agent. Marriage permits. John a. Diefenbach Annie m Winkler. Gideon e. Athey Mary b. Peoples. John Skaer Bertha Jeannerette. Michae Arkoe Harriet n. Patterson. Charles Chindler Ida Rolli. Thomas m. Ricketts Bertha Gra Ltd w inter holidays excursions Over the Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway connecting lines. Christmas new year. On the occasion Winter holidays Christmas monday december 25, 1893 new year m a nday january 1, 194, the Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway will offer for Sale at All stations its line excursion tickets to local stations Points connecting roads at Specia Low rates. Full information excursion tickets can be obtained from any agent the Wheeling amp Lake pm railway. J. E. Terry Gene freight pass agent. Unclaimed letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remain unclaimed in this Otti will be sent to the dead letter fice if not claimed by dec. 25, 1893. Or. William Groh mrs. Josie Jones Julius Richert Nelson Shaffer w. Raulp mrs. Mary Daniels mrs. Ann grim c. D. Fisher j. L. Culp. Please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. Witchcraft. To the editor the n. P. Times some time ago the editor the Iron Valley reporter writ aug against spiritualism took me Lio Eity using by name. I paid no attention to it nut i read in mat paper december 7tn, 1893, that the editor . Vav. Vav. Scott thai is it strange that in this age education intelligence that people should be Ieve in we ones. Now 1 think it is More strange that their an yet those who not so believe. It is through the Freedom thought Anu the Opportunity Tor education Tuat the most intelligent people believe in w hat you Call witchcraft yes it is True you can find Many in Tuscarawas county Anu Many More ail Over the world millions them among whom is found the Grain est intellects Earth Many them having Nau the Opportunity to Greet their so Cadieu dead in All the ways you have mentioned. We not have our friends brought Back they come frequently hover around us. Knowing our Ove Tor them catching our thoughts inviting them welcoming them they watch embrace every Opportunity to communicate with us to assure us their continued existence the reality Ana progression he state in which Thev now live Ana to Tell us that no Good thought aet is lost Ana warning All to live a Good useful life ail will be Well with us when we Are done with life this material plane. They Tell us the Epir to to seek accept the truth Good in All things. They Tell us not to scoff at what we not understand thereby exposing our ignorance to the world showing that we Are As yet Blindfold should we try to Lead the Blind both will fail into the ditch. We believe you honest but your Mill with Many others has been warped dwarfed in your Early education so much so that it seems very difficult for you to get it straightened out quite As hard a task As to straighten out an old tree that was Bent made to grow crooked while yet a a plug. A a tis education forms the common mind j ust As the Twig is Bent the Trees inclined. A when you Lay aside All prejudice Are willing to listen end look hear with a unbiased mind you will then feel the Scales drop from your eyes. You will then see not through a Glass darkly but face to face with gods Ituen. You will then by Able to comprehend at least some the Blessing we now enjoy you ridicule. You pay your preachers to keep you in ignorance Crettal bondage. Why not pay our chosen instruments the Angel world your so called witches to enlighten liberate you from false orthodox teachings if you have found a Witch Why suffer her to live Why not drive a Little stake have a Little fire get rid them Why done Tihe Good Christian people obey their holy Bible which says a suffer not a Witch to live a respectfully a lbs. 0.11. Mikulik done to miss it Spring Bros Are Selling dress goods wraps at from 10 to 20 per cent below regular prices for spot Cash for the next 30 Days. Money Sayed is Money earned. 3-w Uhrichsville jottings. Miss Ada Parish has been visiting friends at Canton the past week. Thomas Muier Kent o., was in the City one Day last week. The p. C. C. Amp St. L. Railroad shops have gone the eight hour system beginning monday december 11. Quite a number our people visited new Philadelphia last week. Mrs Grafton j. H. Snyder were fined $50 Cost for keeping open after closing hours. The mayor swelled the City Treasury to the sum $150 the past week. Candidates for corporation offices Are beginning to Hustle. Mrs. George Welch died thursday dec. 7th, at the residence other Ion. She was 86 years 8 months 25 Days old. The funeral occurred at the presbyterian Church dec. 9. Interment at Union cemetery. There Are about 200 cases la Grippe in town at the present writing. Menus leather boots double sole $1.25, Worth $1 75. Kip Boot double sole tap $1.50 Worth $1.85. Kip boots double sole tap $2.00 Worth $2.75, broken sizes. Strictly Cash dissolution Sale. Eckert Taylor new Philadelphia Ohio. 49-4 it. Washington doings Adam c. Stocker made a business trip to new Philadelphia last wents Day. Robert Hill . Has been very dangerously ill with the grip for the past ten Days the disease having settled in his head causing him to be delirious at turns. He is a Little better tins morn ing monday Hopesay entertained by his family Many friends that the crisis is past. Harry Morrel was seriously injured in a runaway last Friday As reported he was hauling Straw was the Load when the horses started he we As thrown under the Wagon it is feared some internal injuries were caused. Mrs. Mary Kilgore an aged resident this place is very ill with the grip. She has the sympathy a vast number friends relatives who look Forward anxiously for the result. Mrs. H. Stofer wife our postmaster is ill with grip we Hope she May Soor recover. A in see our line perfumery for the holidays. An elegant assortment in Cut Glass bottles in both. A full line toilet articles in Silver covered Ware. Very Choice g ods. Wells drugstore 50 new Philadelphia Ohio. Baltic whittling revival meetings at the m. E. Church have closed. Re. Hunson Alliance assisted Rev. Rife in Days during the meetings making it very interesting. Or. mrs Swope spent thanks giving at Dresden. J. A. By hero new Berlin spent several Days Here last week his wife Intel daughter accompanied him to his Home. Phil Denger is learning telegraphy. J. H. Spelman is again among his Baltic friends supt. A. H. Sylor was his school duties again. His Little daughter Joyce is Quito ill Grig is again in our midst. Or. T. H. Deus our pleasant Young a Weer is spending a few Davin Coutou this week. S. A. M. Speelman is at Home after a six months stay in Summit co. Miss Liza Mccaskey visited with friends Here recently the Best place to buy your spectacles opera Glas-e8, Ami violin strings is at ii e. Espenschied a jewelry store no. 133 West High St. 51-2t. 50 doses Honey fllis�?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 children beg for More. Physicians give it in place Castor Oil. Keep up with the times 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., Tell your neighbors How splendid it is. No other laxative Ever sold so Well gave such satisfaction. Sold by f. H. Gentsch. 44y forced Sale overcoats suits pasts will sell out their entire Stock for Ca she at prices calculated to clean up the whole lot before Job a 1, �?T04 Tyrica a Al Al Al ajl special Sale commences dec. 7,1893 a genuine Cash Sale the whole Stock. Nothing reserved. Probate court. Notice is hereby Given that the following accounts vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees assignees have been filed in the office the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio will be for hear gang the 21st Day december a. D. 1893, continue from Day to Day until ail Are disposed second account vouchers g. Wesley Murphy executor the estate Thomas t. Chad Well deceased. Final a court vouchers Esther Hunt administer matrix the estate we. E. Hunt deceased. Final account vouchers As to Geo. F., first account Ana vouchers As to Emma 0., Margaret Schweg Heimer guardian said Geo. F., Emma c. Schwecheimer. Final account vouchers John Lebold admioi8uator the estate Hedwig Ham melt deceased. Fifth account vouchers t. B. Rankin administrator with the will annexed Jane Hammeil deceased. Second account vouchers John f. Ladrach testamentary trustee the estate Christian Ladrach under the will John Ladrach deceased fourth account vouchers Josiah Murphy guardian Frank Dix. Fourth account vouchers Josiah Murphy guardian Claude Dix. First account vouchers Josiah Murphy executor the estate Thomas Grewell deceased. Second account vouchers m. B. Kennedy Eliza Creter administrators the estate Morris Creter. Deceased. First account vouchers w. W. Scott administrator the estate a Samuel Scott deceased. First account vouchers w. W. Cott executor the estate John Robart deceased. First account vouchers Susanna Troyer executrix the estate Stephen Troyer deceased. Final account vouchers Lambert Fribley guardian Edson Roll. Fifth account vouchers Lambert Fribley guardian Grace l. Roll. Fifth account vouchers Lambert Fribley guardian Anna l. Roll. Final account vouchers Harry c. Hall administrator the estate Sherman g. Hall decease 1. First account vouchers James Parker one the exec tuis the estate Alexander Parker to leased. Fifth account vouchers Remus r. Gartrell administrator the estate Perry g. Gartrell deceased. First account vouchers j. Greene administrator the estate James t. Livingston deceased. J. H. Mitchell nov. 27, �?T93. Probate judge. Probate court. Notice is hereby Given that the following accounts vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees assignees have been filed in the office the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio will be for nearing thursday january 4, ., 1894, continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed final account vouchers Henry Frank a. Ruegsegger administrators the estate Frederick Rueg Segger deceased. Second account vouchers Mary l Bieker administer matrix the e Tate Doretta Bicker deceased. Final account vouchers Geo. W. Betscher executor the estate Catharine Bauer deceased. Second account vouchers t. D. Healea guardian Robert . Final account vouchers John Graham executor the estate Lucinda Biteler deceased. Final account vouchers John Graham administrator the estate David Zimmerman deceased. First account vouchers t. D. Healea administrator the estate James Wilcoxen deceased. First account vouchers John Graham guardian John Riggle. Second account vouchers e. J. Moore a. P. Latto executors the estate Alexander Latto deceased. First account vouchers c. V. Mcclusky executor the estate Catharine Mccluskey deceased. First account vouchers w. A. Hard Sty administrator with the will annexed Thomas Moore deceased. Final account vouchers Hugh t. Minnis guardian Joseph Taylor. First account vouchers Ina Mathews guardian the minor heirs Edwin Mathews deceased. Fourth account vouchers James v. Tomer administrator the a a state Dani 1 Tomer deceased. First account vouchers Stephen Horn executor the estate Mary j. Maiv cd ceased. First account vouchers Wallace Gatchell i an?.--h Gatchell admin stators with t. It a 1 annexed Job w. Gatchell dece it a a. Final account vouchers William b. Stevens it it color the estate Annabelia Moore. Do ceased. Fifth account vouchers Samuel Rufer guardian Florence a. Flora a. Welch. Fourth account vouchers Philip c. Furney executor the estate George Lechner deceased. First account vouchers John b. Mathias executor the estate Rose Ann Smith deceased. Final account vouchers Marj Mclean guardian Jane f. Mclean. Final account vouchers Beriah Johnson administrator the estate Cyrus Carson deceased. Final account vouchers John w. S. Goudy guardian John . J. H. Mitchell probate judge. December 11, 1893. Transfers real estate. E. tog. ,1-10 acre Uhrichsville $300. E. A. Parrish to h. N. Parks part lots 458 459, Uhrichsville $300. Gardner Johnson to a. Fisher lot 10, Dennison $200. Ella e. Julius capped to Fredrick Cappel lots 9, 10, Dennison $1600. John Miller to Jacob Miller 52$ acres Perry $550. John Miller to George Miller 50 acres Perry $550. Elizabeth Wardell to m. Wardell land Rush $1. Linford Vanbuskirk to Israel 8hafer, 51 acres Warren $2000. Philip Wenger to Herman Minnie Schloo lots 7, 8, York $525. C. D. Grimes to Joseph Hirst lots 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, new Philadelphia $1800. Robert Parker to a. C. Sturtz lot 18, denni8on,$625, Robert Hanna to a. Sturtz it. Al., strip land Dennison $1. J. B. Weber to Elizabeth Weber lot 422, Dover $2000. William Riley to Emma Brick part lot 28, Mineral $1. W. T. Staneart to William Voorhees lot 26, Dennison $20 Albert Voorhees to t. J. Forbes lot 26, Dennison $175. Joseph 8toutt�?Ts exer., to Leonard Heim lot 2, Strasburg $200,

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