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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 25, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $1.75. Nov inf medium. Volume in. New Philadelphia o., thursday Jan. 25, 1894. Number 5. Cleveland Loraine amp w reeling Kail Way. Condensed time tau1.f. It Ltd i s t the no 24 it 0�?~ am 1 no i 7 i3am x 36. A i am i no r. A 2hid no 38 / i a a a 1 v 37 4 a ppm no 42 6 a p a i 8a 4npm business lir Ursoi . I Miciah a. Of Dos i a .5. X q3sr by. I a it my at i a it r. Joseph f. Fox. Of Iii Over 0�tsi a i s Quot More Philadelphia. It j1io, May be found office a i by . Office hours for <11 sea s May 25-Ly. F Neu from 1 to 3 p. M. J r. P. H. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia Ohio 8 to 10 a. M. Office hours 12 to 4 p. M. .7 to 8 p. M. Sundays 9 to 10 a. In. Or. M. S. Vail a Den Tibt. Imee in City Block Over Erbil Eye a hardware c. Ell5s, plans for build lug any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl h h. Porter att Trey at Law special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D. Richards. T h. Booth v a attorn by at Law. Notary Public Ana conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts office up stalls opposite the court House. North Broadway 47yl Fruie Ohio Farmers insurance j company is Here to stay. It is financially a e to insure your property and your loss do not to 1 Cei Yed by the false representations and predict tons other gent. J. R Kuhtz agent. I. R. Hanuk shot adjuster absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in leave eng latest United states government food report. Royal raking powder co. 106 Wall St . Representative Deaton Miama county is fathering a Hill Autho izing sheriffs every county to Purchase blood hounds to track criminals with it a Cost f $30 each. He purposes to Hunt Law Breakers in the old Southern Tyle. No doubt it will decrease crime in a measure. On january a 1st the patents Tele phone will expire in this country and it will be a Public commodity so that everyone can own his own Telephone. Companies Are now organizing All Over the country to make instruments cheap and at a fair living Price. The new York Hera d alter a Long silence the financial condition the country says it was not the failure crops a War coup vision nature conflagration any other destruction real wealth. It was caused by the Defiance Plain economic Laws. The new year holds out j . Better signs. The currency is now a sound basis and a rational revision the Tariff promises to stimulate our industries and equalize the burdens taxation. Bubbles have been pricked and business is a bed Rock basis. Wall Street has had such a a a Houe cleaning As was never before known and the ground everywhere has been clean d for new enterprises. The Grett natural a it sources the c in try Are Honduras the Petty republics South us has undergone its annual revolution the vast Iez government has been overthrown. It is a daily occurrence to read these revolutions and it is a hard matter to Tell who is in Power from one Day to another. The Ashland press says that Holmes county had a very Small delinquent tax list this year and gives As a reason that Holmes county is always a reliable the next grand Encampment the g. A. R. Will take place in Pittsburgh pa., september 10 to 14, 1894. New Philadelphia markets. Flour bust family per bbl. 8 3 60 a per sack. 90 new process per sack. 1 25 Ainger per sack. 80 wheat per Bushel. 55 corp per Bushel. 5o Oats. 35 unimpaired the indomitable Energy Kye. 60 its people remains undid Nashed and Oil meal per Loo pounds. 175 nothing but a revival Confidence is needed to inaugurate a period new and lasting Prosperity. Tose Pii Welty v Iru Over a Rig Surveyor Anu civil Engineer business promptly attended to. New . Ohio Augustu 1890 i3y 1 mrs. Mary e. Lease will retire from a Tive political life Arm announced that she is desirous escaping from further a ostomy and criticism. To lady has purchased a fruit farm in California and with her family will Settle Down to quiet life fre from care and asks to ire left a one. Her pol tie 1 career has cake redone one tin u it 1 strife and turmoil and no doubt when a y from her old associates she can in k b cd Wim no regret lie made a Brave a Trug a f might a hard tight aim Iet Irei from political life perhaps hat sized thar she advanced the c i use her sey. Requiescat in Pace. Timothy seed per Bushel. 2 50 Clover seed per Bushel. 10 00 Liay. Per ton. 12 00 butter. Per Pound. 18@22 eggs per dozen. 20 hams per Pound. 10@12 shoulders per Pound. 7 amps ides per Pound. 7i&9 lard Ter pm Gnu a. 12xa t allow per Pound. 04 potatoes per Bushel. 60 chickens per p mud. 05 Tui keys per Pound. 7@8 geese. 40 �>5j ducks per Pound. 06 the Hawley House. Cleveland Ohio. Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets two blocks from Union depot. R a Tel 2.0 0 per a y. Heated by steam. Elevator. Electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl j. R. Frye practical and scientific Horseshoe special attention Given to diseased feet and faulty action in roadsters. Pop shoeing Trotters and racers a specially. Shop in Rufers stand 49-20 West front Street. M. S. Maple a do Alk in groceries provisions and produce All kinds. We handle n thing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. 4s-give us a Call 11 \ West front Street new Phil a wit near planing Mill. 35-Ly killed at Stuberville Vernon Taylor a former resident this p was killed last Wek at Steu Henvil e by falling from the roof a building. A was aged 19 years. Tie a Cial revival 8-Rvic a t thex. B. C urch have been inc easing in interest and attendance. M by have been awakened and some Twenty conversions. The meeting will continue All this week. There will be baptismal services next Sabbath morning. The p is Tor e. V. Cole has had the assistance Rev. James Jones this City and prof. R. 0. W Art Canton. Pastor to a installed. Rev. G. Smith will be regularly installed As pastor the Emanuel lutheran Church new Philadelphia the coming Sabbath Jan. 28. Rev. S. A. Gotwald d. D. Of the theol get Cal Seminary Springfield o., will conduct the services delivering the address to the congregation in the morning and the charge to the pastor in the evening. All Are most cordially invited to be present. The concert tuesday night. The concert Given by miss Bertha Kaderly at the lutheran Church tuesday night was very Fine. Miss Kaderly is a Fine appearing lady and has a charming voice. She was aided by prof. Knisely w. Lytle Albert sen Hauser Rev. Rust and others the new Philadelphia orchestra. Our cite should be proud her Fine musicians. The Church should have been crowded to hear such a concert. We Hope miss Kaderly will make another engagement Here. Times and Farmers Friend for $1.10. To amp . Upper Evans Valley. Mrs. Gribble wife Daniel Gribble not too much Praise can be Given to i q6ar Ragersville died the 16th that to Busyc it it rps news gatherers test. The deceased was born March 31, known a country correspondents. Any i 4.831, in Bavaria Germany. 8he Enn tio takes the work in hand mate grated to the United states with her really adds to the a it fare and spiciness parents in 184< and was married the the a and b comes a valuable 8ame year to Daniel Gribble. This unas it i taut t a the editor. An Exchange was blessed with twelve children to speaking them says in c it Mpike get sons Aud four daughters. Three ment try terms 8008 and oae daughter preceded her to Trie country correspondent like other world. She was Laid to rest some men no have descended from in the Ragersville cemetery january monkeys is a creature evolution. I9f 1894 in the death mrs. Gribble i a we. A de Sioui the newspaper a before de War j voted Mother and a True Christian has times. The Man no is hungry for passed away. She leaves 25 grand not is i be the Man who is hungry for i children and one great great grand ills dinner Cho 8es from Bill a Hild fare what Bis appetite Calls for. The Dent Imrij Washington letter. Swift press the stereotyping process and Wood pulp Nave enabled the in temp it i Tau newspaper to usurp the general news Market and the country newspaper has b eur compelled to confine its if largely to the Home maket. The j Jacob s cemetery. Her funeral was attended by a Large concourse people. Rev. Snyder conducted the funeral services. A Little son . And mrs. Haas died last week and was buried at St. Rev. Lohman de Tor the country newspaper thought Stone Creek officiated himself qual to the situation and Katy daughter Henry and Sarah thought he could run the county n is w j sol Llop la a in nip pop a himself until Nis subscribers gave a a him a hint that a Home news to them i Flora Kline Evans \ Alley and not Only meant news from the county Benjamin Fri each Barrs Mills were sat but from every Hamlet Village and married last Friday at the residence neighbourhood and the country Corrent Fohn Klee a prudent walk d into the Sanctum and Nung up Hirt coat and hat. He is Here we 0tt Aud Mary Stephen were the to St a. He is both useful and Orna guests Fred Wassem sunday last. Aft r a Despe Fajita an Mot Fox Mouths to hold the Tani zit together i in its the oui a v Tiey server pipe a Socito a the c no in n is it la get us combed tothe Nevit ii Eow Ioe to the but Turo s to h is Al p d a come the Mouers in the co i i a. Now it the. Pvt tie y comb in Woitiw i Only follow suit an it in Batni. There won d be some Chance for to pm n Lei it a Idle in thai Industry to one More e guru their bread. Let Combine g Toey in a tile ones who keep hard t inns with us. A ocal ii. A. Parmelee to woodworker. Times and farm rss fiend $1 10. Or. Join Cutter went to Cash ring 1 be Day use Knees. The Sircar Tivas county m die 1 a Eity was m session in this i y Tut Svitay. M a b e min is spent a w Day w to m Semi utile Snyder at Uhri Cne me Iasi week. Mrs Emma j. Foutz deeds Idle Harrison co., ii tue Galeot mrs. Moore this week. Mrs. Mailick i turned Home Wetti s Lay last alter a weeks visit with friends in Baltic. Notice the change in Spring Bros and tins week and y May profit Lay tue change made. does . . Minnis returned Home saturday. He has been Yery successful at i is new business and could not be better pleased. Mits Moree read Monroe Mich Gan who has been visiting the family Junn m. Custer for several weeks returned Home tuesday. Mrs. A. A. Hoffman Baltic Ohio was called to the bedside other sister mrs. H. E. Espreu snied no is seriously ill nervous prostration. Married thursday evening last by Rev. Light Walter at tue residence we. As Baugn George w. A Zeidner and Estella b. Fickes bom this county. There will be Praise services at y. M. A. Rooms next Sabbath at 3 p. M. Special invitation Given to All. Come and enjoy an hour Good singing Etc. On thursday Jan. 25. L. Amp Vav. Will Seii excursion tickets to Cleveland at one single fare for the round lip account the Art loan exhibit return limit january 27. Northern and Neutral California exit is stated that the Pennsylvania Perien oed a heavy Snow storm the company has a tided to put a new a Chicago concern hat i glimpsed with a Cap Tal amounting to $50,000,000. It was called a the guarantee investment company a when the receiver b gun to investigate its standing he found assets Only reaching $449. The company has Bonds afloat covering the above enormous figures mostly held by por people who Are not Able to Loose their Money. The officers Are now awaiting trial for fraud and also for using the mails for fraudulent purposes. Chicago Sharps do not do tilings by halves not they. Weekly Plain dealer the weekly pain dealer is publish no a musical series planned by the pm nent composer Geo. M. V Akers Philadelphia All the songs and instrumental pieces Are copyrighted and cannot be bought at music stores under regular prices 50c and 0 pc. This music is printed from perfect Sheet music plates Many compositions in Advance Sheet pasting the music each is ii the we Kly Plain dealer in a scrap by the subscriber will soon pos ens a to one valuable con positions. Times and farm is Friend $1 10. Dedic item. The d Micati a the new prayer Root a the Baptist Church will Tike place not it sunday at 2 p. M the order services will Bas follows hymn. I vocation Rev. I. S. Winters. Am my by the choir. Scripture read go Rev. J. Krusch. Hymn. S Rmon Rev. G. E. Leonard i. D. Hymn. Dedicatory prayer Rev. J. W. E y hymn. Benediction. Air Tal. He serves his neighbourhood he is great usefulness to the per. He is the neighbourhood it a a graph and runs a Telephone Sta Tion Conn acting with tile Exchange in the editors Sanctum. His a hello will command the attention the editor at any time and ins influence and Friendship Art a Welcome support to the editor in Busin a m education Public sentiment and in upholding morality religion and the Public welfare. His Skirmisher Foag a Pioneer and lieu Joseph Frutchy the old Engineer moved his saw Mill the farm Michael Denzer to saw a log Yard for him to build a House. The Henry Law Mill is still at work the Leadrach farm and will Tak All Winter to saw the Timber. F. J. W phil1psbukgh. Roads Are in a terrible condition so tenant to the e Itoro a forces and he in much so that some them Are utterly accordingly indispensable. He is pm impossible proved is i. Fluence is widened Bud our doctor9 Are the go night and i. We Are broadened his pleasures Are l 6 a increased and be grows upon himself Jay attending sick people hereabouts. Is he has grown upon the paper. He is there. It to he cultivated and a from our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., january 19, 1894. Secretary Carlisle has announced an Issue b it ads under authority the it 1875, to meet the necessities f the Treasury. While neither he for the past year had not been Able to president Cleveland nor any member practice his profession. On the even the Cabinet has any doubts about his org his death he had been in his authority to Issue Bonds he and they fice. And about eight clock retired to would hive preferred that Congress his bed. In a very snort time he began should have provided for the financial James t. Of Donnell a pro Meir member the Tuscarawas county bar died Friday evening last heart failure. He had been afflicted several Yean Haemorrhage the lung. Throat and heart trouble foil a wed Aud the whole country Nas been the qui rive expecting great things the nig dynamite gun Board the brazilian Cruiser Nie theroy. Now it transpires Attiat the gun is worthless and rendered useless. Two three Dummy shots were fired from it which caused leakage in its air Chambers and breakage pressure construction. A pretty mess our country would be in if they were adopted in the Navy and fail at that Point when most needed. It has been demonstrated that the dynamite gun is no Good. Formerly the Quot Gilsky Jacob Foehl amp son proprietors. To table second to none 20th inst. Which Amie As far South As ses i Ltd a Short distance from Sacramento. This is the first Snow that hot a fallen in that locality for Twenty years. New England states Are covered with Snow while the Middle states Are regaling in mild Balmy Spring weather. Of what a tamper i gave to a num her papers a rent a uts when the e Washington fit a Epis it \. W is exp �1 t an-1 tru fact a Given. N a a they wan to make it a was p Sim it in the democratic House. It it Anthi in a the them to legend r strife my hate \ regardless truth and decency. Times and new York world 31.85 new cases in common pleas court. J. 1. Case threshing machine co. Is w. F. Davidson action in Replevin. Mary is Peter Blickens Telfer a petition for Money due. The citizens National Bank is Theodore and r. L. Morris judgment co Novit note prayed for. Elise Wilhelmi is Leroy l. James attachment. Ellie Eiwood is John euro Odd divorce prayed for the ground to Treme cruelty. A. J. Humber amp son is e. W. Mathias suit an account. Peter Paulus is very ill with la Gepp also mrs. Reiff is troubled with the same ailment. Abraham Lorez was buried monday. He was an old citizen having reached his 82nd mile Post in life a journey. Mrs. Daniel Whorley and mrs Buhles Are suffering with an attack la Grippe. Geo. Reinhart is counted the Champion picket splitter having knocked out Over eleven Hundred in an Ordinary Days work. He split 2,200 in two Days for be Ige Weinman. Fred Ste tier gave a a nce Friday evening last and though the weather was Fine and Moon shone Bright a Small Crown Wras in attendance. Joe went in debt the work he done that big stove he put in the House took the cake. Joe try again Luck might port Washington. I change prof. G. Cronebaugh has Organ i has the Best Fox hound n in d a singing i tool 72 members at the county. He is out every Day Aud to i station. We have not heard How Many foxes he m is Petal Porter school teacher i has bagged but think he will Clear lick run District spent sunday with i this county out the sly animals a r is t a m is Eva this place. I Eli Buchler is intending to erect a Peter j. P Trey a t 32 head sheep i barn the coming Spring. It will be killed to Gay dogs last week. We learn 90x40 and Twenty feet High. Complis Ted to be congratulated and assisted by both editor an a patrons to it he any be Abie to develop his greatest us bakes Villa. Or. B f. Froelich Barrs Mills Anu Flora a Cline near Bakersville Tuscarawas county o., were United m holy Bonds nuts irony at the Resi Denom the and a paeut8 Jan. 18. 1894 t 11 30 a. M. Rev. De Baker offi a a i a Tiai it in fifty invited guest put. N Uig Vii in w a Devi i z in in Iii in an i lady Wood Liv red very i e mime a number very Fine a no we e Given to the Young couple. We them Success in their Vuturo life. That he killed several the dogs. Rev. Kinsey Fry a Valley assisted r a. Wiewell in the protracted meetings the first last week and re. Oerter Gnadenhutten the latter part the week. Fred Haupert who has been living in Iowa for some years is biome a Short vacation. R. W. Nelson with the assistance others Wili re Orga i be the band. Many Young folks attendee a spelling school at Hills school nouse last thursday evening. N. Barney wherly lost one his valued horses one Day last week. It seems he got Loose to the stable Ana ran a splinter in his shoulder Blade. The animal was four years old and was Worth a Hundred dollars. Joe sneak. Baltic. The ladies the lutheran sewing Circle held an Oyster supper saturday evening but it was not Well patronized for want advertising As Many did not know anything about it. Their former efforts were crowned with sue Cess. Miss Ada Rinehart arrived at her 18tn birthday last sunday the 21st. She was Given a great Surprise. She had breathing heavily his wife raised him up when he expired in her arms. Or. Of Donnell was a very Bright lawyer and had an extensive practice. A leaves a Noble wife to mourn his departure. One child was Horn Toth ii but it died several years ago. The de ceased was taken to port Washington for burial monday accompanied by several members the bar. The funeral took place i tuesday from the residence his Mother in Law. At a meeting tue bar saturday the following re so unions were adopted whereas the 19tn Dav Janu Ary a. D. 1891, James t. Of Donnell a member ill i Tuscarawas county a i departed ibis life after an illness Sev eral months and whereas the members the bar at a meeting for that purpose Are desirous giving in expression their approx elation his ability As a lawyer his character As a citizen and their sym a Tny for ins bereaved wite Ana friends it is ther. resolved that we recognized in Jame to. U Donnell the Brilliant lawyer the Earnest and eloquent advocate the indefatigable and zealous worker in the interest his client and the genial and kind hearted Friend and citizen. His career As a lawyer was phenomenal his Legal discrimination Aud Tate seemed to be a natural endowment. His ability developed at the threshold is professional life and increasing with experience he by came one the Blest lawyers in Eastern Ohio. In it had wonderful will Power great Energy character and he is a Man what never seemed to have a doubt in h s convictions. He was a dec Sive Tun mind and Seldom deliberated upon the adoption a theory in the thai a Case but was always ready and prompt to with excellent judgment in the Vicissitudes a trial no matter what surprises might Lay in his path Way. He so Ved Legal problems by a resort to principles and lie applied them in the argument a Legal proposition with rare judgment and am Ity. His Brief life wan Active and eventful and his ambition and Energy fid hint to Bear a conspicuous p try in the profession from the time he entered tin practice until he was f need to ret r account failing health. Or Donnell had a Gem 1 disposition Kud hearted generous and sympathetic he always bad a g word for it v Tryone. And while his Active mind and ambitious disposition sometime made b in appear almost too zealous it me cause Bis client yet in Bis pro Tensional Intercourse other men a is the bar he was courteous and agreeable having due regard for the rights and Anvil is others. Resolved that we extend to i d voted wife our Heartfelt sympathy m this the hour her great bereavement resolved that these resolutions to entered upon the journal this court and that a copy the same tie trails fitted to the widow. Josfph c. Hance j. H Barnhill f. A Douthitt a. Vav. Patrick j. W. Albaug ii committee. Free bus to and from All trains. Good barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St new Philadelphia Ohio. 36-1 y Champion planing Mill John nagely proprietor. Dealer in lumber lath shingles rickets Etc. Cheapest and Best builder in the City. 8��before you contract be sure to Call at the Champion planing Mill if St front Street new Philadelphia Ohio. John Nagle amp son. August 2>, 1s93. 33-1 y wanted salesmen to sell choir due Nurkka 810 k run Ltd Weed potatoes. I eral salary commis pin paid weekly permanent and Hay in positions to beginners. Exclusive Terri tory Given it desired write at once for terms a the Hawks Nursery co., Rochester h. A a mind a Fiott s to Virk this state which hav b eur shut d we account Tariff ? it a Het y before the late elect it a h ave All resumed opera tins full and Nart time. How beautifully the i Kinley Wool was Pulleo Over the yes the average wage earner this is not i v m be Saal Newark but All Over the state. The state legislature is again troubled with that in Anie Ches iut known As the by i to vent Pulitic officials from receiving raid ii Pises. The Bill has been a regular v it for the past Twenty years but it me to its f t annually by being shelves. Tie wily members Are not going to give up a Good things not they. Hon. J. A. D. Richards made a speech in Congress the Tariff question that merits the consideration every Farmer. We will publish an extract from it next week the Point bearing upon Wool. Every unbiased Farmer can see by the figures shown up in that speech that the Tariff Wool does not help him any. Governor Mitchell Fionda who held himself in readiness to Knock out Corbett and Mitchell has been relieved that duty. Mitchell the pugilist claims to have sprained a Tendon and is thereby incapacitated. He probably feared he would get a Good pummel ing. Columbus Bakers ate at War bread full weight size and first class qual to at three cents a Loat. Living ought to be cheap at the capital. Tunnel to rough the Kimhoi ton Hill tile c. Amp Al. Ray Norm the abandoned . The Board Dir actors the Tuscarawas county f Vir association held a nit Ewing it turd by Aud elected eur 8. Sling Luff fret deut h. Vav. Streb Secretary c. H. A it my treasurer. The Dennison paragraph says an it was made to the Post a it flite at that plice i Nursia Sigin. L be parti s Weie Frig it Neu away b lore securing . Charles Scheu a 81 Loo a keeper at Strasbourg died last Tii Urs Lay night. He was addicted to drink no who m con i bated to Liis ant m by death. He buried sunday at Dover h s former i Iii. He leaves a family. Newcomerstown people a lev in living up to the times s it r n he it re july 1st. They will wend their homeward Way at night by the Aid Elen a in lights. \ punt my nature is to be one the a Louie s the to in. The be w York and b Ston up Cis lists will be at the Exchange hotel one Day in each month Tor one ver comm no ing j a. 26. Call and Spe them office hours from 9 a. M. To 6 n. M. Take main Entrance to parlor. Look f a their advertisement in Boogie a column this paper. All who Call the above Date wifi receive medical so Vricos and us g Cal treatment free until cured. Sex probate judge a. H. Brown received a Telegram monday morning from Hon. J. X. D. R cards requiring him to come to Washington immediately. Or. Brown is an Apo cant for an appointment in some t he depart ments at Washington and the Telegram undoubtedly meant that there is a a when .�?� he if it monday evening for Washington. As to the kind Plum . Brown was not informed. Sneak thieves burglarized h. E Epenschied a jewelry store last thursday evening. When he went to super he turned out the lights All except lamp which was sitting the showcase. During his absence they pried open the rear door and entered. They then proceeded to fill their pockets with Gold filled watch cases and jewelry. The total amount taken will amount to $200. No clue so far to the 1 guilty parties. 1 Mie and i grew York world $1.65. Four big successes. Haying the needed Merit to More than make go Ltd All the advertising claimed for them the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal Sale. Or. Kings new disc very for cont sumption coughs and colds each bottle guaranteed electric bitters tie great reme y for liver stomach and kidneys. Buckle us a Arnica Saive the Best in the world and . Kings new life Pils which Are a perfect Pill. All these Remedi 8 Are guaranteed to do just what is claim a for the m and the Daler whose name is attached Here with will be glad to Tell you More them. Sold at f. Miller amp songs Diug store. Times and be a y it re world $1 65. L. Amp was new Branch. The Cleveland Leader say that the Ding the new Branch the above Road has begun at some Points where Large kids Are necessary and where work can be done has web Bettar in the we Ter than in the summer. The Road follows a my is a Bee line from the Point about no e North Mallet Creek where it diver Ges from the main line to Brooklyn it 1 ssh very near Horne Small villager Dong the rout but touch s Pra Tiac Fly none them. From and appearances the proximity the Road to some to be villages will be dangerous to their existence f it up St experience has shown in such cases hamlets Are liable to de stay while new ones Spring up along the line the Road were stations Are formed. The Road will enter this county in Strongsville township and will pass through the townships Middleburg Parma and Brook in. The right Way has practically been obtained and present indications Are thu trails will be running into Cleve before the first 1895. If you need any tinware go to Burnside s special tinware Sale where you will find big bargains. Ail goods guaranteed As represented Money refunded. 3-2 Gilmore. Elmer Fowler Uhrichsville visited his parents at the s i ice last week. J. H. Cochran White yes Plains is spending a few Days with relatives j 1 6611 to Church and the Young Peoples and friends Here. Then lauding Dennison made a by Ness trip to Gilmore thursday. Irwin stiffle near newcomers town visited friends Here last week. Mrs. Sarah r. Palmer wife Ebe Nez a Palm a died at tier Nome four Miles West Gilmore tuesday january 16.1394,an i to buried thursday the 18 a in West Union cemetery. Heart is supposed to have been the cause her death. The funeral services were conducted by elder Ezra meeting and everything was arranged in her absence. When she returned and entered the parlor she was surprised to find the room filled with guests. She became so confused that she ran to the Kitchen and there she encountered a table Laden with the delicacies the season. She was very much Simon Kern was Horn in f a it the co a. April 11th, 1822, and died at Hgt Home crooked run Tuscarawas co Ohio Jan. 13th, 1894. The subject this sketch became sorely afflicted about two years ago from which a never re covered. During All thes years not fiction he was kindly cared for by his family. He bore his sickness wit it Christian fortitude for in his youth he had Learned to Trust in go 1 and the same Hope that cheered him in his youth Only seemed to grow Strong r ii his declining years life. He was conscious to the last and died As he Ivd lived a Christian. He was a kind he band and father was strongly attached to his Fannya. As a neighbor Hwa always ready to lend a helping hand and the writer will Ever remember him for his kindness and words cheer he lived not Only for him Elf but that his overcome in feeling but the crowd soon brought her out that mood. Afto Rathe world might be better for Bountiful meal was dispatched songs having lived in it. And a Good time in general followed. Alld parted feeling Happy. Messes. Fisher a Hixon have Pur Cramblett the Christian disciple chased the meat Market and Moyed it Church which body she was for the upper Corner the Square years a member. She leaves a husband they Are Good Clever business men and five sons. Two sons Perry r. Par and can be relied to furnish Good ri8ti and Ozias Palmer Are ministers meat. The and a Ciple churches our town is overstocked with dogs. Effect a y. A me Yert Roll by she we wonder la 1 a use sordid his duty win be missed More and More in that a grief stricken Home but the words 1q listing them if not he had better do to in cased Savior a and to i am with so this coming Spring. It looks As you alway in to the end the though Baltic should be called dog arid a we ease this great woe and town in pc the Burden Ever lighter to Bear. A a a a Justlie. Seek her Merit to frees 1�"t one Hig horses nor draw her frailties from their dread abode ome think by starvation. It is a shame unclaimed letters. Letters addressed to person named below remain unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by feb. 5, 1894. Benjamin Swatman Vav. H. Vvag-8tbff, John Josh we. Williams a. W. Zug Joshua peppers Nicholas Spring John l. Byers a. Domald. John Davis c. A. Cook Abram Domei Emmet Law Al Marbet. Daniel Williams Sarah j. Mull we. Runde Goldie Walker Silas Meese w. Lewis we. M. Pearse prudence a. Stewart Lizzie Mandleen. Please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letter. Daniel Wyss postmaster. There they alike in tremor lung Hope repose the bosom her Fath a and her a a bitter Uhrichsville. Mrs. Pulese b oth postbox is vis Lomg Fri ads in the City. David Weir Frazeysburg is visiting s. R. the s c to. Mrs Martna a. Haskins and daughter is Vii tag friends in Pittsburg. The following m it oers the bar were the streets Uhrichsville monday Bailey Stephenson Porter and Mccullough. They were accompanying the re Isains it j. T. Of Donnel to port w a Shiu ton. There Are a number r publicans mat no Prepa Ati his to attend the Lincoln Bai Quet at Columbus the 13tb february. A number suspicious characters were placed under Arr St last night and Are having a hearing before Squire Malone to Day. The suspects answer in a measure to the Zanesville marauders. Local politics Are beginning to warm up. At present writing there Are 13 aspirants for the nomination clerk and 9 for mayor. It might be Well for the Republican leaders to concentrate the m Jit and push the canvass if they expect Victory in the end. F. Vav. Morehead and London Wal Lack Columbus ind., were seen the streets yesterday. T. Johnson present postmaster is sick rheumatism. A few our business men were called to Newark to answer t th1 charge illegal attachment. How the matter will end we Are unable today but it App ars that there should be some new i a Siti to the Edd that b to debtor and creditor might be benefited to treat brutes thus. Miss Katie pious Baltic and . B. Denz a Coshocton were married last week. They will live in Coshocton. Miss Kate is a Orthy lady and will make . Denzer an excellent Hel meet. Charles Mizer runs the hotel near the Railroad and is Well liked by the travelling Public. Mrs. Mizer the hostess is an excellent Cook and As clean As a pin. Or. Mizer talks building an addition to the present building to accommodate his customers. Our flour Mill runs every Day. Our j Gully station agent and his wife Haye returned from their visit. Dexter. Marriage permits. Bert Amos and Grace Thompson. Bert Amos and Lena dearth. George w. Weidner and Estella b. Fickes. John f. Froelich and Flora a. Cline. Jacob Schwartz and 8adie Renner. Times and Farmers Friend $1.10. John Wolf Tuscarawas aged 61 years 9 months and 18 Davs died last Friday heart trouble and was Huri a sunday at Tuscarawas. Or. Wolf was a prosperous Farmer and an upright citizen but had his full share affliction. His daughter died in october and his wife dec. 24th, 1893, b it the typhoid fever. Three sons Are the Only surviving members the family. Try the magic dyes if you Whis Bright fast colors. Also color More goods than any other dyes. Freeport Post office Walt a burglarized last week to the extent $1 >0 that a lying Loose in the drawer. An attempt was made to blow open the Safe but miscarried. The Chicago inter Ocean that great Republican newspaper h to not suffered by the recent Era financial depression but has gone right along adding to its foundation stones a Large and substantial circulation with a stride that under the circumstances is truly wonderful. At one time additions to t e subscription list were coming at the rate 800 to 1,100 per Day for the daily Issue and As High As 1,500 for the weekly inter Ocean. The result this is to place it easily at the head the list great Chicago newspapers. It is certainly a Good clean family newspaper the highest order. It this catches the Eye one who is run Down tired discouraged nerveless he will be Wise if he promptly comes to us for . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer the most reliable restorer nerve and health. $1 bottles at Gentsch a drug store. Barnesville people Are jubilant Over a strike Oil in their Section Twenty three barrels in Twenty eight minutes was the output. Deficit hut senator Voorhees and other leading democrats in Congress after consultation and mature consideration arrived at the conclusion that it would be impossible to secure congressional action in time to Render the Aid needed owing to differences opinion among democrats As to what should be Doue and advised that advantage be taken the authority conferred by the d Law. The Issue Bonds is to he lint item to the immediate needs the government thus leaving Congress t ree to As soon As it May by s disposed by provi Ling other Means it f raising Money that must be had from some source. Tue idea a Bond Issue is not a palatable one to the average Democrat but in this Case there was no choir it was Bonds a default in meeting obligations the government. consideration the Wilson Tariff is proceeding satisfactorily to the democrats although the clause about which there is the greatest democratic controversy have not yet been reached. A number minor amendments have been adopted and one very important one providing that the free Wool clause should take eff upon the passage the Bill. Senator Berry speaking senator Callas Resolution for an invest Giti m the civil service said a i think there s a great Deal Humbug about this civil service business and i am not m favor extending it one Iota Phis statement was greeted with such uproarious applause from the galleries mat the chairman had to threaten to Nave them cleared before quiet was re stored. Or. Berry voiced the popular it Dea. The depleted condition the Treasury would prevent any considerable for the enlargement our Navy at the present session Congress even if a majority the democrats were in favor tue appropriation v Inch is doubtful. R presenta a Ive Holman is one the democrats who lit ves that our Navy is already dangerously Large and that it should not be added to unless the traditional policy our Glt a rement to avoid entangling alliances is to be shelved wild i aggressive foreign policy substituted therefor. A a we need a says . Hol Man a a Navy sufficiently Strong to protect our interests at Home and abroad but we have already gone beyond that Point and ought to sep. I to not favor alarm army in t me p but an army cannot under any circumstances g-1 us iat it trouble. The army cannot inaugurate a foreign pol by. The Navy can is with is the Valparaiso Incani it. Tie foreign relations our country Art More less in the hands the c a Menander any american naval vessel a id we must sustain Nim As a Rule in whatever course he t ikes. For that reason it is not advisable to have too much a Navy. The smaller the Navy the better provided it is sufficient for our strange to by no Democrat has applied so far As known for the position u. 8. Minister to Russia one the positions m the Diplomat c service that car pics a salary As High a it $17,500. Whether tins is because no Democrat hankers after a residence in the land the t Zar because at his american would be imitators that the opinion so Nerath get the warm person in Friendship which president Cleveland is known to feel towards the present minist re Hon. Andrew d. White sex president Cornell univ it sri Lye Wal prevent his rent it Val is a question. It will be remembered that . White was not appointed until Charles Emory Smith editor the so who was Given tie place in 1889, was wanted at Home to help . Harrison get a nominated. Senator Daniel made it Plain to senator Hoar this week that it was not altogether prudent to attempt to make a speech the hawaiian question with no latter preparation than a feeling malignant hatred president Cleveland and tin democratic party. After practically compelling senator Hoar to admit his ignorance the official documents b army the subject upon which he was speaking senator Daniel considerately dropped the matter. Senator Morgan bad earlier in the week tripped up senator Davis Minnesota in a similar Way but instead acknowledging ins ignorance Davis got mad and tried to Bluff through a refusal to be further interrupted. Us Many mislead no statements have been made about the reasons that caused the Southern democratic senators to vote against . Horny lower a confirmation which was Rej cited this week that i have ascertained what was tin principal reas it a for their voting against him. It was singly tit at they had doubts about . Ilor blow Eros status As a constitutional Jurist and did not propose to take any chances. Senator Gray Delaware can have tie vac Nicy if he wants it and he would he unanimously confirmed. La Grippe. During the prevalence the Grippe the past season it was noticeable fact that those who depended upon . Kings new discovery not Only had a speedy recovery but escaped All the troublesome after effects the malady. This remedy seems to have a Peculiar Power in effecting rapid cures not Only in casses la Grippe but in All diseases Throat Chest and lungs and has cured cases asthma and Hay fever Long standing try it and by \ convinced it won tis Ipp it to. Fri / trial bottles at f. Miller amp son. 4 a Bill has been introduced in tie Ohio legislature to substitute elect qty instead the old fashioned Way sending criminals out the world. I a Bill is framed somewhat the new York order things. Here a news the Cincinnati enquirer now prints their weekly is be in two sections each Section being an 8 p Ige 8-column, extra Large a. The first Section is mailed t catch the Early morning trains a i tuesday and the a cond Section each Friday thus g veg their patrons what is equal to 104 Large papers a year All for one Dollar. Bandusky is to have a $200.000 paper Mill in the near future. 200 acres land in Southern Wisconsin. Good soil and Good Timber White Oak red Elm White Walnut and sugar would Trade for 1 Tuscarawas co., town property a farm. Inquire s Moure. Probate court. I Lehtoma people will Spring up it a tin unsuspecting Public a new Republican paper with Dickenson amp Watson j new Lisbon As editors. Some Noodle who smelt Alitt Esmoke j skillful physician originated and during a performance at the Ashland j u6ed brants Balsam during Many opera House monday night gave the j Yeara practice alarm fire. A Large audience was no opium. Bottles double usual size fur 25 Aud 50 cents at Gentsch a drug store. Present and a panic was narrowly averted. Newark people Are feeling somewhat the solons at co Umbus Are after the j shaky a Rumor a report the Small boys in great shape they have tial rent Oval the b. Amp Shops. Enacted a Bill in which the practice using air guns slings Etc., is entirely abolished. The Bill was pissed without any opposition and is As follows a that it shall be unlawful for any person to shoot Force throw by the Means any air gun other Arin other hard substance upon any the greets. Alleys lanes Public place in the state Ohio. Any person so offending shall be guilty Misdemeanour and fined in any sum not More than Twenty five dollars nor less than one it is to take effect from and after its passage. The persistent cough which usually Folio is an attack the grip can be permanently cured by taking chamber Iain a cough remedy. W. A. Mcguire Mckay Ohio says a la Grippe left me with a severe cough. After using several diff Erent medicines without Relief i tried chamberlains cough remedy which eff cited a permanent cure. I have also found it to be without anew Raifor children when troubled with colds crops. 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp son druggist. Notice is hereby Given that the following accounts and vouchers executors administrators guardians 1 rushes and assignees have been filed in tile office the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio and will he for hearing thursday february 1st, 1894, and continued from Day to Day until All Are disposed first account and vouchers Nelson j. Sproul guardian Orlando Aud Erma b. Sproul. Final account and vouchers John j. Parr adur be Boms non with the will annexed Nicholas Kaderly. Deceased. Final account and vouchers Caroline Haupert guardian Annie m. Haupert. Fourth account and vouchers Hez Kiah War Lei i executor the will John War deceased. Final account and vouchers a. Nixon and Lyman Swan executors the estate John Knotts deceased. Fifth account and vouchers l. 8. Wysch administrator de Bonis non 0of the estate Pniny Schmidt ceased. Final account and vouchers Frederick we Bur Aud we. It Black a Rny rot the estate Ekin Black deceased final account and vouchers w. M. 1 racy adm rot the estate Wil iian Willigman deceased. First account and Orte Viers erf Marcus a. Page adm a the estate in Coda Page deceased. Second account and vouchers j cob Gepfert guardian gyrus Howen Sune. Filth account and vouchers Vanlehn executor the estate John Knaus deceased. First account and vouchers j. A green1, the will Wiki j. Dutton deceased. First account and vouchers u. S. G. Clemens executor the estate Peter hooping Toner deceased. First account vouchers f. H. Waldron administrator ate. &e., Samuel Haines decease a. Second account an i vouchers thus. Ii. Loller and we. Pm Loiler. Administrators the estate we. Loller deceased. Final dec hint and vouchers r. J to Gardner administrator with the a Jil annexed ac., Rohnert c. Hagen deceased. Supplemental final account and vouchers h. Ii. Scheu add the estate Levi Lantz do ceased p Inal ii Maud vouchers pm rank in a. Bigler adm the estate Christian big deceased. Final account an i vouchers John ii. Penrod executor the estate Jonas Penrod deceased. First account and vouchers j. F. Greene adm Tho estate Joseph Fredenbur deceased. P first account and vouchers Julius Rick seeker adm a the estate diaries g. Harger do. So final account and vouchers Mxkinzie Young Guan Ian Osa Kinsey. January 10, 1894. J. Ii. Mitchell probate judge we have Given a. Bippus a son the Agency in new Philadelphia Tor out Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and tit vicious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chaise a co., distillers Louisville Kentucky. Midwinter fair excursions 1 California and Oregon at reduced rates via Pennsylvania lines. On account the midwinter pm air at san p ran Cisco special Low rate tourist tickets to that City is w Lias to san Diego los Angeles san Bernardino and other Winter reports in California will be sold via Pennsylvania lines. I ousts can have the Choice routes from Chicago and . Louis. Tickets will be limited for return passage until april 30, 1894. Tourist tickets to Portland oreg., valid going returning vial Alifornia a Aiso Lor Sale Over this first class route. P details apply to the nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent address f. Van Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburg a. 2-4w. The i Meg Farmers pm Riend and new York world $1.75. Notice to our patrons. The Farmers Friend pub. Co. Has Given us notice that after dec. 31, 1893, they would raise our clubbing rates tie p armers p Riend 10 cents each Peryy a. 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 a s a the extra amount which the pub. Co. Lias put upon us. The regular subscription Price the Farmers p Riend 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 p need and new. York world for $1.75. The times and new York world $1.65. For set Good work har Ness inquire at this office

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