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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 11, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $1.75. Delphia times. Volume in. New Philadelphia o., thursday Jan. 11, 1894. Number 3. Business directory. J. R. Frye practical and scientific Horseshoe special attention Given to diseased feet and faulty action in roadsters. shoeing Trotters and pacers a specially shop in Rufers stand 49-26 a to Vest front Street. S. Maple dealer in groceries provisions and produce All kinds. We handle n thing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. 4ss-Oive us a Call 215 West front Street Phil a. Absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 106 Wall St . Near planing Mill 35-Ly formerly the a a Gilvry Jacob Foehl amp Sou proprietors. A table second to a free bus to and from All barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Ohio. 36-Ly . Byron Hendershot. A via and. A Arzelo Leo 2st office and rooms North Broadway. New Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y Ellis architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 Booth Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl another War Cloud. From present Outlook across the big Pond France Germany and Italy will enliven the old world with clash arms and the Roar artillery that there is being brought to Bear a heavy pressure to Loose the dogs War cannot be denied. Italy seems to be taking the Init iary Steps in that direction agitation a grave nature is going in All the provinces Italy la favor an immediate rupture with France who it is alleged has been concentrating forces in Tunis in order to make a descent upon Sicily and also that the late revolt upon that Island was caused by French intrigue for the sole purpose dividing the 1 Talian army and Leav my the Alpine Frontier open to invasion by the French it is further alleged that French citizens were participants in the Slaughter italians in leans we Iii is still fresh in tile memory All. Placing ail together Italy a love for the Frog eaters is fast waning into extreme hatred that will never be reconciled. It is a ported that Germany will take a hand in the Couchot in toss Zuglan it Steps in and places a restraining curb upon tile impetuous Young ruler. In Case this cannot be accomplished to present regime the italians urns imitate Napoleon Iii. And embark upon bitter and destructive War in Winch. Russia will not be a disinterested Spectator. Ever since 1870, f race has been Unuer German subjugation but at last that plucky Republic has thrown off that Yoke and snowing a spirit Independence that is causing consternation throughout the German Empire. From time to time Germany has played the role a dictator to f race in compelling concessions in the West Africa Boundary controversy but at last the frenchmen Are tired the buil do lug methods used and gives Germany to understand that her domineering policy mud cease in the future. Within the past few years France has made strides in her armament Oil both sea and land becoming second to none in her naval equipments. Together with Friendly relations with Russia it is not to be wondered at the deviant attitude taken. Lively times Are in store in the near future and from present indications 1894 will go out with blood upon its calender. D r. Joseph f. Fox office Over out sch a drug store Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day in amp lit. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. May 25-Ly. H. H. Porter attorney at Law special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D. j r p. H. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia Ohio 8 to 10 a. Office hours 2 to 4 p. F 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. T h. Booth a a attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Specula attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Ryphe Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other no its. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. R. Hendershot adjuster another disgraceful affair has come to Light in the boys Industrial Home at Lancaster The institution is to be investigated. The inmates Are abused and pulled by the ears by Drunken and lewd overseers if the charges preferred by a fellow officer Are True. Mckinley has a bad mess in the management the Public institutions the state. The Chinatown District san Francisco is in a condition turmoil. The High Binder class and felons refuse to Register tearing Down the placards notifying them to Register. The better class chinamen Are willing and will therefore invoke the vengeance the other class by registering. The Low element should be shipped at once to their native land. Last week an attempt was made to wreck the train the Cleveland amp Canton. Several attempts have been made late and a punishment too severe could scarcely be meted out to any one who would scrapie to do so Das ardly a deed. When the lives innocent parties Are to be sacrificed to satisfy the Insatiate greed either for gain revenge then Steps the most rigid kind should be taken against Tus so participating and punished accordingly when captured. Times and Farmers Friend $1.10. Or. And mrs. Tipton and Helen left saturday for their Home. Mrs. Otto Schweitzer and a Little son Albert Lee Are Home a visit. Look out for a Good continued Story to commence in the times in a few Days. Bob Burdette at big 4 opera House Jan. 12. Special Tram the c., l. Amp w. Or. W. Browne has sold his interest in the Buckeye planing Mills to Elizabeth Horning. Mrs. Louise Weity and Little son George returned from their visit to her parents monday evening. Good 10-qt tin buckets 14c. 10-qt dish 10c. 2-qt Coffee pot 12c. Good Wash boiler 7c. All at Burnside a Bazaar. \ 3-2 . H. T. Minnis left tuesday for Dayton o., where he enters upon the duties travel my Salesman for Johnson amp Watson Blank Book publishing House. Congress should at once pass a Law fining Mei Nefs who Are absent without leave. When a Small minority can Stop the proceedings the House because a quorum is not present and thus drag from week to week the consideration important Bills it is High Tun something was done. The responsibility Falls upon the democratic party. The speaker should Send for every member and pass the Wilson Bill after a careful revision if any change is needed. There is not courage enough in the present House to crush a last years Birds nest. New Philadelphia markets. Flour by St family per bbl. $ 3 60 per sack. 90 process per sack. 1 25 Amber per sack. 80 wheat per Bushel. 52 Corn per Bushel. 511 gats. 35 Rye. 60 Oil meal per 100 . 1 75 Timothy seed per Bushel. 2 50 Clover seed per Bushel. 10 00 Ilay. Per ton. 12 00 flutter per Pound. 18@22 eggs per dozen. 20 hams per Pound. 10@12 shoulders per Pound.�?T. 7@8 ides per Pound. 7@9 lard per Pound. 12% allow per Pound. 04 potatoes per Bushel. 60 chickens per Pound. 05 curleys per Pound. 7@9 geese a. 40@5 ducks per Pound. 06 local laconic. Charleston s. C., Jan. 3.�?replies to a letter sent by the news and courier to All parts South Carolina Are to the effect that Short crops and Low prices had a depressing effect business but the worst is Over Ana the industries have prospered in spite the hard times. The Mills have run full time All the year round Laboris plenty the counties Are Weli to do and the people Are living at Home with bread an 1 meat in plenty and to times recorder re the above article is quite significant these Days when the republicans Are trying to make out that the country has gone to a a sucks and that democrats have caused it by agitating Tariff a Reform. In the South where people attend to business and do not croak All the time about protecting the millionaire they Are prospering. It is the c a petition in the South that is cutting Oft some the profits the Iron men the North that causes the shut do a 11 Northern furnaces and Mills. The Tennessee Coal amp Iron co. Finds a Market for pig Iron 111 England at $12.50 per ton for All they can make. The Rich however Are never satisfied. Joseph Welty v in Vavor and 1 Surveyor and civil Engineer business promptly attended to. New paid Sipai Ohio August 14,1890. 33y3 the hawaiian islands Are not Large out the Jumble polices in the coutry with the regards to them Are assuming vast pro it rations. Or. Ii. S. Vail dentist Fulce in City Block Over Fribley a hardware the Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. To it Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a t a a 2.00 per d a y. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells Ano All modern improvements. 31yl be a he 1 am Valley Brick Yard Philadelphia 0310 John off Holder proper. First class Brick and roofing tile alway hand at moderate prices. Give it a Oali 50y Prmt inc a specially. At this office. A a reasonable rates we have Given a. Bippus amp son the Agency in 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 amp co., distillers Louisville Kentucky. Times and farmers1 Friend $1.10, the Quot dark county agricultural society is to be moved Midway Between Massillon and Canton. Look out for a and Boom in that direction. Thirteen convicts doing duty in the Omo Penitentiary were pardoned 6th inst. There remains 1907. Five he list pardoned were women. Governor Mckinley was inaugurated for the second time monday. It it noped he will manage his second administration better than the first. A decision the supreme court Indiana is that one living next door to Saloon May recover damages the keeper to the extent that is impaired thereby. Buffalo Bill is Aspermo for the honors As governor Nebraska. There is no reason Why he should not reach the goal his ambition especially if he is a Good Demy. Our nebraskan stole $1,000,000 As a Bank president another held up a mail Carrier and got one cent. Botn dwell within Pecten Tiai Walls the former for three years the latter ten years. It has been estimated that it will take $5,000,000 to the rebate to Hawaii sugar manufacturers under the Mckinley Tariff Law should those islands be annexed to the United states. It is the sugar growers that Are pushing the annexation scheme. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker. Or. David Judy has been quite ill Grippe but is recovering. Leonard Smith Beaverdam Valley is seriously ill drops Cal trouble. The Fostoria o., Shade and lamp works resumed operation this week with 250 men. Or. W. L. Wallick who is keeping hotel in Columbus ind., arrived Home at the Sherman House sunday gut. Burnsides will have a special Sale tinware commencing tuesday Jan. 16th, until saturday the 20th. 3-2 Joe Harding the popular Young jeweller Halls left monday for Peoria 111., where he will attend the ii Orologio Cal Institute. Messes d. S. Stemple and d. W Sanders Beaverdam returned last week from a visit with relatives in Preston co., w. A. Everybody Speaks highly magic dyes because they give Bright fast colors and do not Crock. Try them. At Gentsch a drug store. Married by Rey. J. B. Rust at the parsonage january 3rd 94. Or. Chris Tian Huffman this City and miss Mary n. Rausch Rageis Vilie The Noel null at Estelle Springs tenn., started last week. It makes 3,500 barrels per Day and is the largest Winter wheat flour Mill in the world. The standards Large steel works at Burnham pa., Are so pressed with orders that they Are operating double turns giving work to 200 More men. If you need any tinware go to Burnside a special tinware Sale where you will find big bargains. All goods guaranteed As represented Money refunded. 3-2 . G. S. Drammis Tuscarawas shipped a lot poultry to Cleveland monday. Persons desiring to sell poultry will do Well to Call address him at Tuscarawas. It is estimated that the fire losses the United states in 1893, will reach a total $160,000,000�?a greater amount than has been lost in any former year except that the Chicago fire. Many the Reading pa., Cigar manufactories have again resumed operations after a Short shut Down for government Revenue inspection. They have very Many satisfactory orders and the Outlook is favourable. The town Flint mich., was considerably shaken up this week by an explosion turpentine. The front the store j. B. Wilson was blown out and Many windows is the town broken. The total loss will probably reach $15,-000. Only one third the foreign goods Are moved from Jackson Park Chicago. At that rate it will be the first May before All Are moved. They claim that the railroads will not furnish sufficient cars because the free transportation. It is a disgrace to tie House representatives that warrants had to be issued to bring in the absent members so As to have a quorum for business. Such is the condition things in the present House. The list for whom the warrants were issued is about evenly divided Between democrats and republicans. Mrs. Lucy Miller Bingham mich., writes makers . Wheelers nerve Vitah Zer a i needed help if any poor mortal needed Many others need help for their nerves. Call us for $1 bottles. Warranted. At Gentsch a drug store. The big rolling Mill in the Navy Yard at Boston started full time this week. The Cable for three War ships Oregon Massachusetts and Indiana will be made Here and will give work to the rolling Mill and Chain shop employees for at least ten months. Consumption is a common terrible disease but can be prevented and it ured by prompt use brants Balsam. Warranted. 25 and 50 cents bottles at get sch a drug store. Mrs. Will Walton entertained a number fiends in Honor her Mother mrs. Lina no was delightfully surprised to find they were celebrating her in today. Among those who will receive a pension from Uncle same a Cotters in the future residing in this county Are Elizabeth Schumaker and Martha Shaw both canal Dover. Or. Abram Loranz aged 84 years who resides about 3 Miles beyond Phillipsburg is dangerously ill Grippe. His brother Nicholas Loranz died the same trouble monday. The latter was about 75 years old. 200 acres land in Southern Wisconsin. Good soil and Good Timber White Oak red Elm White Walnut and sugar would Trade for Tuscarawas co., town property a farm. Inquire s Moore. A portable electric lamp for miners the Sussman a about equals the Davy lamp in size and weight supplies three Candle Power for 16 hours and has a storage cell said to be absolutely dry and free from corrosive acids. Nicholas Loranz near Phillips Burg aged about 75 years died monday evening Grippe and pneumonia. He was a Farmer and Well respected. He will buried this thursday morning at 10 clock at Phillipsburg. He leaves a Large family children All grown. We. Stocksdale a prominent Farmer Beaverdam Valley near town died sunday Brights disease. He was buried tuesday in the cemetery. He leaves a wife four boys and three girls. He was a Man highly esteemed by ail who knew him. He was about 75 years old. A a a Penny in the Slot a system Gas i eating has been tried in one the bed rooms a Liverpool hotel for about a year and has proven so satisfactory that the Chambers Are All to be fitted up in such a Way that the Orocu Pant each can have a Gas fire for the number hours for which he deposits pennies in the meter. Canton is to have a Industry. A Penn Slyvania company is going to establish a rolling Mill. The City gave them site ground and a $50,000 Plant will be put in. They put up $5,000 Good Faith Money. We have plenty room Here so come this Way gentle men. Thus it is clearly demonstrated that manufacturers Are not afraid the Wilson Bill. Or. Peter de Greif Greenport Long Island York state and youngest brother . Jacob de Greif this City died apoplexy Friday night last. Or. Degreif left the same Day for Greenport. The deceased was quite wealthy and had retired from business. His wife died about three years ago. They leave no children and his estate will go to his Brothers. A during the epidemic la Grippe Cham �erlain�?T8 cough remedy took the Lead Here and As much better liked than other cough h. Bangs druggist Chatsworth 111. The grip is much the same As a very severe cold and requires precisely the same treatment. This remedy is prompt and effectual and will prevent any tendency the disease toward pneumonia. For Sale by f. Miller amp son. Druggist. The vessel now stationed about five Miles off Cornfield Point ct., to Mark a dangerous Sand Shoal is the Only electric lightship in the world. Its equipment includes four lanterns each its two masts at a height 55 feet above the water. Each lantern contains a 100-Candle-Power incandescent lamp and in addition to these signal lights 20 incandescent lamps 15 Candle Power Are used to Light the decks. David Crouch who was arrested the charge stabbing James Saunders was brought before p. H. Read j. P. On Friday last. The defendant wanted to Settle the matter by a payment Money and have the action dismissed. Judge Douthitt and prosecutor John s. Graham were counselled about the matter and they objected to compromising cases that kind. The defendant then through his attorneys waived examination and was bound Over to common pleas court. The Case will come up before the grand jury this week. About a year ago i took a violent at tack la Grippe. I coughed Day Andi night for about six weeks my wife then suggested that i try Chambr lain a cough remedy. At first i could see no difference but still kept taking it and soon found that it was what i needed if i got no Relief from one dose i took another and it was Only a few Days until i was free from the cough. I think people in general ought to know the value this remedy and i take pleas ure in acknowledging the Benefit have received from it. Madison Mustard Otway Ohio. 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp son druggist. One the most valued pieces machinery within the radius thirty Miles can be seen at the Parmalee planing Mills in this place. The machinery consists Mcknight a Sand paper smoother whereby a High finishing touch is put All Wood work passed through. It is compact unique and is Well Worth going to see. The Best and most enterprising Republican paper in Ohio is the Cleveland world. It is Stalwart in its principals always aggressive news from All parts the world can be found in its column As we Las Able editorials. The news Ohio is Complete in the Cleveland world. If you want a Good newspaper subscribe for the world. A change took place in the Wible Enck amp co., planing null canal Dover this week. Or. David Swihart sold his interest to 8, p. Wagner and then j. P. Wagner and Henry Enck sold a part interest to j. A. Wagner. The following Board directors were elected Andrew Deis Henry Enck j. P. Wag Albert Wible and j. A. Wagner. They elected the following officers pres. Andrew Deis vice pres. J. A. Wagner manager Henry Enck Sec. And treas. J. P. Wagner the revival services at the u. B. Church in this City have been in Progress two weeks. The congregations have been Large and the religious interest deep and Earnest. A number have already made a Start in the Christian life. Five adult persons United with the Church last sunday morning. The pastor is expecting to have the Aid Rev. W. Ward the noted Singer and evangelist Canton Services every Day this week except saturday at 2 p. M., and every evening at 7 m. All Are cordially invited to at the West Virginia Bills. A resident Beaver am and one our patrons visited his native Hills in West Virginia a few Days ago when he composed the following lines which we publish by request the West Virginia Hills hew Majestic Tad How grand with their summits bathed in glory like Prince Immanuel a land. Then is it any wonder that my heart with rapture thrills As i stand Onca More with loved ones the West Virginia Hills those West Virginia Hills those Beautiful Hills 1 How i love the West Virginia Hills. If Over land Tea i roam. Yet still ill think my Happy Home among the West Virginia Hills. Of the West Virginia Hills the Beautiful Hills. Where my boyhood hours were passed. Where i often wandered lonely and the future tried to East. Many were the visions Bright which the future never fulfils but How sunny were my Day dreams the West Virginia Hills. Of tha West Virginia Hills the Beautiful Hula. How unchanged you seem to stand. With tour summits pointed skyward to the great almighty a land. Many chances can i see while my heart with rapture thrills but no changes can be noticed those West Virginia Hills. Of the West Virginia Hlll the Beautiful Hills i must bid you now Adieu for my Home beyond the Mountain. I Ever dream you. In the even tide life. If the father Only wills i shall still behold the visions the West Virginia Hills. Fairfield fancies. Notice the Farmers to our patrons. Friend pub. . Has tend. Death a Pioneer Farmer. Or. Valentine wills a Well known and prosperous Farmer died at his a b Dence a few Miles East Philadelphia o., the morning Jan. 3rd, 1894. The disease we believe was cancer the stomach. He was 69 years and 4 months old. Or. Wills came to Tuscarawas county when he was about 8 years old. By Economy and Industry he amassed considerable property and May be classed with the most prosperous Farmers and Stock breeder j Tuscarawas county. Or. W. Was a Man who was strictly honest. His word was As Good As a Bond. He was charitable and freely gave to the poor and needy As the writer Well knows. He died possessed about 2,000 acres land part which is in Goshen and Dover townships and is Well improved with valuable buildings and under a High state cultivation. His estate was devised by will pretty evenly among his family. He was buried Friday last in the n. P. Cemetery. Rev. Loomis officiating. Death Elizabeth Wolf. A Mother has gone from her Home a wife has been called from the duties this life into the dwelling place the most High. It was sunday dec. 24,1893, when the first Sun rays brought the Daylight that mrs. Elizabeth Wolf wife John Wolf Tuscarawas fell asleep to join with the saints above in the Christmas greeting a peace mrs Wolf was a Good wife her kindness was spoken by All who knew her and she enjoyed the respect and esteem the entire Community. Many will Rise up and Call her blessed. She was not carried away with every wind doctrine but believed that the Church her Choice set Forth the teachings gods word in their True Light the Church and the churches work were Ever in her Miod. Bereaved her Only daughter two months ago sue longed for the eternal Home to meet with her again so she suffered Little Only a sense weakness. God at last called her Home to his rest in heaven. Her age was 52 year 2 months 20 Days. She leaves a mourning husband and three sons. The funeral service was conducted by the Rev. A. Strauss assisted by another pastor tuesday dec. 26. Interment took place at the cemetery in Trenton where a Large number friends and neighbors came to the last tribute respect to one whom All honoured. Let us put living Flowers her grave not fleeting primroses not dying Flowers for she rests in Christ and in peace. L. L. New cases in common pleas court. Given us notice that after dec. 31,1893, they would raise our clubbing rates the Farmers Friend 10 cents each per year. That makes it impossible to give the times and Farmers Friend both for $1. We will give both papers for $1.10 to those who want it. We made this Liberal offer to induce our patrons to up promptly and have Only raised the extra amount which the pub. . Has put upon us. The regular subscription Price the Farmers Friend is 50 cents a year and when you can get the times which is $1, both for $1.10, you still have a great bargain. We will give the times Farmers Friend and York world for $1.75. The times and York world $1.65. Tran8fers real estate. The times Farmers Eriend and York world $1.75. Florence Dempster is Charles Dempster divorce prayed Tor ground extreme cruelty and Gross neglect duty. A. L. Burtys Ohio Coal mining Appeal Case. Emma a. Schooley is Otis Schooley a divorce prayed for the ground Gross neglect duty. Christian Lieser is Mary e. Robarts foreclosure mortgage prayed for. Dorothy Bunch is Village Philadelphia injunction proceedings to prevent Extension corporation. . Zutavern. It Al is Henry Fisher it Al decree court prayed for to require defendants to take charge cemetery. Lewis h. Dawson is Elvia Dawson divorce prayed for the ground Gross neglect duty. Mary Greer is w. H. Willard Appeal Case. Mother have you a baby if so get from your druggist to Day for 25 ., a bottle hands Colic cure. Every baby often has distressing Colic . Hands Colic cure gives to mediate Relief by removing wind from the stomach and quieting the nerves giving restful sleep. Mothers think the worry and anxiety this saves you if your baby is teething . Hands teething lotion Tor 25 cents soothes and relieves All pain. Sold by f. Miller amp son. E. R. Parmelee to Butis Beans lot s. Midvale. T75. R. F. Baxter to Flora m. Black part Lota 87 and 89. Newcomers own 1505. John Elwood to d. V. Heck 25 Square rods lock 17. 800. Tohff g. Neuman to John h. Kinsey lots 2 and 3. New Philadelphia 82.500, John Nageley to Charlotte Reardon part lets 82 and 83, be v Philadelphia 81,050. Char. Carroll to Robt. Swearingen 4466-100 acres Goshen. 81.250. Plan v. Dinning to John b. Hunt 21 8-00 acres. Perry 8575. A m. Totten to Levinda Mckee lot 4, Dennison 8800. Philip Shaffer to the Board education lots 68.69,70,113,114 and 115, Dover 81.000 Earnest Shafer to the Board education lots 68,69,70,113,114 and 115, Dover 81.000. John f. Baker to Adam Lanzer. Or and David Moo maw. 184-100 acres. Jefferson. 8267.50. Mathias Dieringer to Al. L. Lecher part lots 1 and 2, Mineral $2,000. J. K. Stahls guardian to w. Tracy 81 32-100 acres Fairfield. 8960. 1. Bartholow to w. Tracy 5 acres. Bandy 8400. Susan b. And Joseph Barr to Albert Lichty 41 57-109 acres. Warwick 81.400-Daniel Laub to the trustees newcomers town Lodge part lot 1 12,523. John Browning it Al. To j. 1. Wood 1-10 acre Oxford 8500. Maurice Moody to Lizzie m. Waters lot 9. Dennison 8150. Gardner amp Johnson to w. B. Conley lot 5. Dennison 8200. Garnder a Johnson to f. B. Spence lot 6. Dennison 8200. Gardner a Johnson to w. H. Havnar lot 6. Dennison 8200. Sheriff Adams to Joshua Leggett 80 acres. Union 82,580. Joseph Shoutta a kor a a to Eliza Diefenbacher. Lot 3, Stra Shugh. 8125. A. A. Hoffman to John Reinhart 1 acre backs. 8225. F. H. Teutsch to n. Beachy % acre Goshen 8725. J. H Schlafly to Gottleib we Fly a acre. Goshen 850. G. F. Mosher to Enos Hobbs. 22 acres Goshen. 8300. J. H Bell to Joshua Bell lot 22, Dennison. 82,300. Henry Hess to a. Tucker let 77, Newsom Stowe 8100. J. W. No condemns to h. H. Worley lot 8, newcomer St own. 81.400. Mary e. Wye a a heirs to g. Wyme lots 1 and 2, Dennison. 81. G. T. Taylor it Al. To Mary Taylor 1 57-100 acres sugar Creek 81. H. Asher to Catharine regers lots 5 and 6. Newcomerstown 8346, John t Duff to Davis m. Peoples 4 18-100 acres ne.,. 8600. John t. Duff to James 0. Hiller. 4 37-100 acres. Newcomerstown. 8500. R. L. Shoemaker to w. Brode. Strip land. Oxford $4,000. Maria and Garrett Bassett to we. Brode 1-10 acre Newcomerstown. $500. We. W. Lockard to Johnson Kearney. 15% acres Salem $800. 0. R. Farmer to t. Mullison 30 acres. Perry. $700. Harmon j. Bond to John Kilgore 33 73-100 acres. Salem. $100. Frederick Cappel to John Harmon lot 10. Dennison. $160. Jefferson Miller to David Miller 140 4-5 acres. Warren $2,880. Margaret Meyer to Susannah Armburst. 58 rods sugar Creek. $550. Samuel Deardoff to Frederick Indermuehle 60 acres York $2,450. Matilda Andreas to Louis Brocks it Al., lots 1, 2,3, 4. 5,6 and 7, Dover. $1,600. Uhrichsville jottings. The police Are making it interesting for the boys who have been in the habit Riding the freight trains through the City. Two arrests were made lest week end More will follow if the practice is not abandoned. Chas. Cunningham Ashland ky., is visiting friends and relatives in this City. Alfred Forythe who has been in Columbus for some months is now visiting his father Jesse Forsythe. The tramp delegation is increasing its ranks every Day. They apply voluntarily to the officers for lodging in the City Hall and numbers Are Taos entertained each night. Detective Lamont is the sick list. It is rumoured that chief police Goodman will have opposition in the re nomination for that office. But the people have surely Learned to let Well enough alone. Or. Goodman in first class official and a worthy gentleman. Candidates for mayor Are becoming numerous in fact too numerous to be pleasant for some the aspirants opinions Are very much divided and should the fire that is now kindled continue to Blaze there will be an interesting conflagration before the race is completed. T. E. Peterson has gone to Columbus to attend the inauguration gov. Mckinley. Gilmore Cullings. Miss Maggie Berkshire visited her sister mrs. Chas. Schneider in Newcomerstown last week. Josiah Curby moved to the country last week. Otto Gray Gnadenhutten is visiting relations Here. Miss Frank Rodgers Scio who has been visiting miss Nora Gooding returned Home last week. Lee Morris and wife visited at Flemming Roberts saturday. Flem. Roberts and family spent the holidays with relatives near Birmingham and Stillwater. Miss Annie Crouch visited her Brothers Here years Day. Mrs. James Shontz Perry twp. Was that guest . Heffling a saturday morning. Miss Nora Gooding visited in the country last week. Miss Cora Berkshire spent Sabbath afternoon with her Friend Della Fowler. Theo. Lannig and family visited relatives Here last week. Wilbur Westwood visited his parents at this place last week. Mrs. Fes. Lanning Coshocton is visiting relatives Here. Miss Cora Hefling is teaching a class in penmanship at the school House. Protracted meetings Are in Progress at West Union. roads almost impassable. Or. Joseph Kollar and wife Are quite ill with la Grippe. Jas. Maughiman and wife moved to the county seat last week. Or. Valentine Brown near it. Tabor was relieved three Gallons lard tuesday night last week. D. S. Stemple returned Home from w. A. He reports a very pleasant time and can interest you telling about the Timber in our sister state. G. A. Unsderfer had some pork stolen tuesday night last week. Geo. Is patiently waiting for the thief to return and he will give him a warm reception with a 32 Short. He knows who the party is and will undoubtedly give him a warm reception. Or. Unsderfer will publicly expose this Lav Eric if he commits any More his Dereda. Tons. Washington letter. From our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., january 5,1894. Chairman Wilson is not receiving the support he deserves from the democratic members the House. He had worked himself into a state bordering physical exhaustion in order that the Tariff Bill might be called up As soon As the House met wednesday and his disappointment can Only be imagined when he saw the Tariff Bill could not be taken up that Day because the absence a quorum democrats it being the policy the republicans not to allow the Bill to be considered without a quorum which they will refuse to assist in making. Inasmuch As every democratic member knew the importance having a quorum their own members present this absenteeism is inexcusable. The whole country is demanding prompt action the Tariff and at the very opening the session a Day is thrown away. The Tariff programme As mapped out by chairman Wilson was five Days for general debate eight Days with evening sessions for discussion under the five minute Rule during which the internal Revenue amendments decided upon this week the 2 per cent tax upon All incomes $4,000 and Over the increase in the tax cigarettes to $1.50 per 1000 the increase in the tax whiskey to $1.00 per gallon and the tax 2 cents per pack playing cards Are to be adopted and the final vote to be taken the 17th january but it will not be possible to carry out this any other programme if a democratic quorum cannot be kept Here All the time already the Day the final vote has been changed to january 22. This absenteeism is More the result the big democratic majority than indifference. Each member who stays away probably thinks there will be a democratic quorum without him but so Many stay away that there Isnit. The investigation the relations this government with Hawaii is being to xxx r a x i pushed by the sub committee the it. Washington doings i Senate committee foreign rela All the witnesses heard up to this and next week will be prayer weeks at the moravian Church services every evening the following week protracted meetings will be held everybody requested to turn out and make these meetings a Success. W. Anderson an aged resident this township is very ill a a gripped we Hope he May soon recover. Mrs. William Riley was called to West Lafayette last tuesday by the sickness mrs. Geo. Riley. Mrs. D. Nelson who has been very ill for several weeks is now the Road to recovery. Capt. 8. Slade w. W. Riley will Gould and John Price made a business trip to Philadelphia last saturday to consult lawyer Neely m regard to the sewer which is soon to be put in from town to the River one our Young men created considerable merriment one Day last week with a problem which was As follows take the word a a enough and after you have placed these six letters in a position to make two words All the girls will agree that it is not enough n. Baltic notes. Interments. La the Philadelphia and East ave cemeteries from january 1, 1393, december 31, 1893. You a re Philadelphia cemetery. January 2�?nancy Arnold from Beaverdam. 18�?Elizabeth Watkins Barnhill. 24�?ellen Gartrel Beaverdam. 27�?wm. Lemmon soldiers Home Dayton o., co. 49 V. V. I. 29�?rosanna Putman february 3�?child James Barker. 7�?clarisa Louisa Moore Uhrichsville. 9�?maggie Irene Hirst. 20�?David g. Johnson. March. 4�?lawrence Custer Wells. 27�?nettie b. Kaserman. 27�?child Philip Thomas. 29�?lyman r. Saylor Blakes Mills co 1,30th V. A i. April 5�?Anna Elizabeth Foltz. 5�?Elizabeth Hoover. 6�?florence Emma Knisely. 9�?annie j. Vinton. 13�?child George Germy. 17�? Sarah Cathanne Wallick. May 21�?child L. Korns. 26�?child Chas. And Emma Brown. June. 30�?child Wesley and k. Meresi Somerdale. July. 16�?louis f. Eichel. 30�?Mary Ethel Austin. August. 6�?wm. H. Knisely. 6�?julia Ann Ellis. 6�?Thomas e. Eberhart. 10�?Emma Figert Beaverdam. 14�?nancy Dixon Moore. September. 3�?catharine Geckeler Blakes Mills. 3�?frederick Moser. 5�?ralph Wensel. 5�?Joshua Legget Beaverdam. Or Del 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. This remedy is also a favorite for rheumatism and has cured Many very severe cases. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller a son druggists. Beaverdam items. The marriage permits. Samuel Landes and Nora 8chwartz. Edward Baker and Ida m. Hung House. Christian Huffman and Mary n. Rausch. Charles e. Stucky and Mary a. Was sem. There will be a literary at Beaverdam wednesday night. V. Rickets is visiting relatives in our Valley. Emery Carnaham will attend the next commencement at Scio. Judging from the use the phrase a your papa by All the boys Beaver dam you would think they were All actually entitled to that appellation. If they knew How silly it sounded they would not be guilty each nonsense we have frequently heard the Young ladies criticise the expression used a your did this that a a a done hit your a and other like expressions. Boys that sounds As though it comes from one so Green that he is in g Reat danger being Frost bitten. We Are sorry to learn the illness . Smith who is afflicted with dropsy. We sincerely Hope for his recovery t. B. O. The hard times social at the methodist Church year s night was Well attended and All report a Good time. Mrs. John Rinehart is visiting her Sisters at Berlin and Carrollton. V. W. Metzler has returned to obey Lin to resume his studies. Or. Lon Wolfe Canton is spending several weeks with relatives Here. Or. And mrs. G. Swope Are spending a two weeks vacation at Dresden. Mrs. R. 8. Barton and daughter Bessie visited with friends at Zanesville during the holidays misses Laura Rinehart Anna Smith and Lizzie Hoffman have lately returned from Canton. J. H. Zinkon Clinton Rosenbery Dennis lint Walter Metzler and Edith Jessse and Vesta Metzler All attended the concert Given by the Oberlin glee club at canal Dover last wednesday Evenmo. Mrs. Lizzie Boughman Millersburg is the guest her Mother and Broth Ere Here. Or. B. R. Hoopes and family Chagrin Falls spent their Holiday Vaca Ion with friends Here. Dennis lint visited friends at Winfield several Days last week. A a Peggotty the persistent cough which usually follows an attack the grip can be permanently cured by taking chamber lamps cough remedy. W. A. Mcguire Mckay Ohio says a la Grippe left me with a severe cough. After using several different medicines without Relief i tried chamberlains cough remedy which effected a permanent cure. I have also found it to be without an equal for children when troubled with colds groups. 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller a Sun druggist. Times and banners a Friend $110. Tons. This time have been gentlemen who took an Active part in the annexation movement and the formation the provisional government Hawaii consequently the testimony has been All one kind. Although the proceedings Are supposed to be secret the nature the testimony taken becomes known almost As soon As it would if the hearings were Public. Considerable comment not favourable to sex min ister Stevens has been indulged m this week. Senator Frye had reported the health . Stevens to be so precarious that it might prevent his coming to Washington to testify before the committee yet the newspapers All contained accounts his having travelled from his Home in Maine to Rhode Island in order to deliver a speech Hawaii at a club banquet. Now the question is being asked Why if his health permits him to attend club banquets and sit up two thirds a night to make a set speech it should prevent Bis coming to the mild climate Washington and giving the committee a few hours his time during the Day perhaps the oath which the committee administers to its witnesses May have something to do with the reluctance . Stevens a Man does no to have to swear to statements made in a banquet speech. The democratic House caucus which meets tonight will Settle for Good and All whether the democrats the ways and Means committee have made a Tariff Bill worthy the support the party whether the work the com Mittee shall be revised before the Bill is passed. Every Democrat who has thinks he has a grievance will be Given an Opportunity to state it and to ascertain whether the majority sides with him against him when the caucus decides that settles it and the Bill As finally approved will be loyally supported by every Democrat who attends the caucus. It is thought Proba ble that it May Fie necessary to continue the caucus Tor several nights in to hear All that those opposed to Sev eral the Tariff schedules and to the income tax amendment May desire to say and confidently expected that it will ratify the work the committee a a whole although there May be some minor amendments made in portions the Bill. The opposition to the individual income tax will probably develop the most strength owing to the vote in the committee having been so close six to five and to president Cleveland and Secretary Carlisle being in doubt As to its expediency. Representative Bland has introduced a Bill in the House providing for the immediate Issue $55,000,000 Silver certificates to Supply the Treasury with Money to meet the growing deficiency the same to be based upon the Seignior age the Silver Bullion in the Treasury also providing for the coinage the Silver Bullion in the Treasury As rapidly As possible. Or. Bland thinks the adoption this Bill preferable to an Issue Bonds to meet current expenses the government. Boutelle Maine seems determined to play the Monkey the hawaiian question. He started off the first Day the session in his usual style. 6�?unice May Gowens. A 8�?laura Estella Waltz Sale Well. Quot oc1 a. 6�?ellen Wenger. 13�?Emma j. Young. 20�?rebecca Espich. November. 12�?richard Powleson. 12�?John b. Johnson Beach City. 18�?ida May Ridgeway Uhrichsville. 20�?harry w. Albert. 23�?letitia h. Williamson. 24�?matthew English. December 11�?child Sebastian Hare. 14�?fanny s. Vinton. 16�?child Clement Kaiser Blakes Mills. 17�?mrs. Elizabeth Janes. 18�?mrs. Elizabeth Gopp. Total number during the year 49. Ea8t Avenue cemetery. January. 11�?benjamin Osgood. 18�?Elizabeth Watkins transferred from Pike run. 18�?benny Watkins transferred from Pike run. 22�?James Hasbrook. February. 1�?James wierd stall. 5�?william Jones. 5�?irene Philips Pike run. 12�?bertha Howard Pike run. 15�?Anna Reese Watkins Pike run. 28�?lemuel f. Lusk. March. 1�?freddie Nungezer Ninevah. 2�?Lizzie Harris. 29�?John Perry. 30�?Henry Philips Pike run. April. 5�?lenie Springer Blakes Mills. 9�?alta Martha Cole Midvale. 19�?vernon Brock Cole Midvale. May. 25�?child Clement and Anna Johnson. June. 6�?leander Miller. 16�?James Kelley transferred from Eastport. July. 2�?mamie Cleone Jones Ninevah. 6�?child u. G. Stocksdale. 11�?gilbert e. Rummel. 14�?George Croniser Eastport. 25�?richard Newman. 27�?sarah Jane Newman. August. 2�?child Thomas Vinton. 3�?frederick Pagett. 7�?paul Mead coloured Pike run. September. 6�?child j. And a. Erwin. November. 7�?wm. Mag. Wilson. December. 8�?julia a. 8ulzner, v 18�?joseph Smith. 31�?henrv Woolf. Total number during the year grand total 83. R. Kirby supt. Cemetery. An Ohio Mother a letter. Mansfield Ltd March 13, 1893. A i have used . Hands teething lotion for two years and it gives Relief to my children when cutting Teeth. My child after having the lotion applied a few times would actually cry for it. I have also used . Hands Colic cure and . Hands cough and croup Medicine and can recommend it to All a mrs. M a Ridenow. Or. Hands remedies for children Are sold for 2.5c, by f. Miller a son. 34. Making telephony. The a a Hydrograph a capt. Neale a kind Telephone in which water takes the pm amp wire As a conductor has been operated quite successfully the thames Over a distance about half a mile. The apparatus consists two parts. The transmitter is a submerged Gong having a vibrating Hammer moved by gearing from a vessel the receiver comprises a pair Metalic Drums open at one end which arc placed Mouth to Mouth with a piece Deal Between and Are also suspended in the water. The signals Are transmitted in the Morse code and Are recorded by an Ordinary tape instrument to which the receiver is connected. An essential condition the Hydrograph is that the Gong and the Drums shall be tuned in unison. Fob 8ale.�?a set Good work harness inquire at this office the times Farmers Friend and York world $1.75. I

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