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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 13, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising in the county books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Yostjr favor to licit. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Spa i. One Inch a three inches. Six inches. Half column. One ool nmn. Imo. 3 to. 6 to. A 1 50 3 00 400 5 00 12 00 a 250 600 10 00 12 50 30 00 a 300 9 00 15 00 25 00 50 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday july 13, 1893. Number 29. Hew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. 49thb new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. In Advance.�1.00 if not paid within three 1.80 is remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 49address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Teachers examinations. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates As follows during 1892 and �?T93 at new Philadelphia november 26, �?T92 january 28, �?T93 february 25, �?T93 june 17, �?T93 August 26th, �?T93. At canal Dover january 7, �?T93 february 11,�?T93 april 22, �?T93 july 8,�?T93. At uhrich8ville, March 11th, �?T93. At Mineral Point March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june 3d, �?T93. Pupils examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th,�?T93 May 6th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with pen and Ink and the necessary paper will he furnished by the Board. All examinations will be he d in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. . Pfeifer press i. J. Richardson. Personal and general. D business directory. R. Joseph f. Fox office Over gents clip a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. May 25-Ly. Re opened. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger. Proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. 41 our Niche Fine bar and House newly feed stable in connection. 39yl . S. Vail dentist. A if face in City Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Hender3hot. Pktsicijl1t Surg-e31t. Office and rooms. North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. C. Ellis architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway. New Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl a r. P. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia Ohio 8 to 10 a. In. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a Tel 2.00 p Erda y. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl the Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and your loss. I not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other agents. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. R. Hendershot adjuster. S Amuel Moore . New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Larrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Mykra a Block 2d floor. Joseph Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi. Ohio augustj., 1890. 33yl j h. Booth a a a a attorney at a a a notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl blacksmithing and repair shop. All kinds Smithing will receive prompt attention. Is special attention paid to horseshoeing. A shop in rear Mitchener a Block East High Street. Give us a Call. Respectfully 8-3m , Mew Philadelphia 0. Lewis place. For Fine wines. Liquors ale and Beers give us a Call. A in connection we have constantly hand a Fine line cigars tobaccos Etc. Boarding by the Day $1 00. Boarding by the week $4.00. Give us a Call we will treat you with respect. West High Street opposite K. Church respectfully 17-3m Lew Horri berber prop. Hannah a place when in need a warm meal luncheon give me a Call. I keep hand Choice wines liquors Beers and soft drinks. A big line cigars can be had also. Come and enjoy one after your meals. I also will train Colts at a reasonable Price. Done to forget my place in Becky a building South Broadway new Philadelphia Respectfully 17-3m Samuel Hanna prop. Those expecting to attend the worlds fair at Chicago will do Well to see the agent the c. L. Amp w. By before arranging for tickets. Very Low rates and the Best accommodations can be secured. Those desiring Sleeper space can secure it from new Philadelphia through to Chicago at very Low rates. Jha a train carrying the Sleeper leaves new Philadelphia at 4.41 p. J. W. Mccombs t. A. De8ieable lots for Sale. I have a Large number lots North Broadway and North sixth Street in Oak Park addition new Philadelphia Ohio at Low prices easy terms for 60 Days will give special inducements. John a. Himes agent. 26tf interesting items gathered from Many sources. Everybody buys clothing Wanamaker amp Brown. The lutheran Church is being remodeler. P. Ii. Read is drilling for Coal his Beaver dam tract. Miss Kittie Sparks Leesville is the guest miss Morgan. Great bargains in summer dress goods at John h. Kinsey. Will Hall disposed a car Load watermelons last week. A25 pieces mandarin Stripe just arrived at Spring Bros. 19tf work our sewerage system will be commenced in a few Days. O. K. Black Freeport spent sunday with his family in this City. Rev. W. Wilson Canton has been in our City the past few Days. Or. De Welty wife and daughter Are visiting relatives in this City. Geo. W. Sharp will move into his new residence in a few Days. Taylor Holmes Columbus is visiting parents and Many friends. Mieses Welty and Kurtz have returned from Thair visit in Leroy. Miss Fannie Galbraith this City is the guest miss Kline Trenton. When in town Friday attending the circus done to forget the Printer. Miss Mildred Douthitt entertained several her Little friends wednesday. Editor Pittinger and wife Dennison were guests mr9. Totten Sabbath. Georg Dearborn returned from a 10 Days sightseeing at the worlds fair. We. Coley wife and family visited Holmes co. People monday and tuesday. Or. Aldridge Sherrodsville smiled Upoff Many our Cit Zens Here last week. George Davis and Ilene Maloney Sherrodsville were in this City last Friday. A. C. Conway and Ralph Light witnessed the Sham Battle at Cariton the 4th. The Princess plow is the bests Call John Myers new Philadelphia 19 m iss Annie Nickle save her Sabbath school class a picnic at the City Park thursday. Farmers you should buy the Princess plow John Myers new Philadelphia I9tf Irvine Stoody the druggist Sherrodsville was visiting in this City the past week. Mrs. Noah Christy and family Bricktown Sun Dayed with her Mother mrs. Alma Christy. Mrs. Oliver Knisely has returned from her visit accompanied by her sister miss Margaret Doyle. Defrance and Mildred Black have returned from a visit with schoolmates and friends at Freeport Mother Earth was Given an extraordinary Good rain saturday 1 is. Vegetation was greatly in need it. Parties owning horses should be very careful in tying them the principal streets during the circus Parade. The Ohio roofing tile works last wednesday gave nearly allot their employees a a play off fora few Days. Buy one dollars Worth goods at Burnside a Bazaar and take your Choice any article in the window. 29w2 mumps have appeared in our City. Several children being attacked by them but nothing serious however. We Are Headquarters for ladies Pring wraps ranging in Price from $2.00, upward. Spring Bros. 19tf Street commissioner Newton is making some very desirable improvements the various thoroughfares our town. Mrs. Pratt and sons Walter Ana Harry who have been visiting in Sherrodsville the past three weeks Are gain at Home. A delightful picnic was held at rum mels Grove saturday in Honor the misses Fox and Judy guests miss Dodd. Or. And mrs. Edwin f. Castle and children Columbus Are the guests her father . We. B. Rennie. Miss Helen Rice entertained a number her Little girl trends at her Home East High Street wednesday afternoon. Get our prices All kinds paint Oil varnishes colors and Brush before you buy. Wells drug store 29w3 new Philadelphia Business men do not break m glowing terms about the business Outlook at present. The darkest hour is just before Dawn gentlemen. borrow $2,000, for two three years Good Security. Parties having a to loan will make inquiry at the times office. loan twelve Hundred dollars at 7 per cent first mortgage farm. For further particulars Call at attorney Neelys Law office. 26w4 the Grasshopper has appear d in Colorado in such numbers As to almost Stop trains the upgrades. The rails Are made Slippy by the crushed mass. Fifty Doz. Oil window shades at reduced prices for Mouth july Only. Wells drug store 29w3 new Philadelphia Or. Bartle a Young theological student Dennison colleges Granville preached in the Baptist Chapel last Sabbath evening to a very Good audience. Now is the time to buy Wall paper and lace curtains cheap at Burnside a close All out at Cost to make room for fall goods. 29w2 services in the presbyterian Church next Sabbath at 10 a. Preaching by the pastor. Subject . Briggs and the general Assembly the presbyterian Church. By request. Natural White Oil comes from natures invisible Depths purely a min eral product. Grows hair head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out. Price 50 cents. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Of Rev j. W. Mougey and wife Are the guests her parents . S. S. Ferguson. Or. Mougey has been in charge the Weldum Seminary Bayou Teche Alabama for the past 6 years. A Good time to save Money our special bargain sales begin to Day and will continue for three weeks to Clear up Stock for fall and Winter goods. Call and see. John h. Kinsey. North West Corner Public Square. New Philadelphia Rev. W. L. Jennings and wife Zanesville Are Taegu Essof . Mitchel North Broadway. Or. Jennings is president the Muski drum protestant E. Conference. Mrs. Jennings is the Niece mrs. Mitchel. J. B. Moore and Sam Lewis got into a fisticuffs tuesday when Moore got smashed the head and also arrested. Moore insulted Lewis wife in a very rude manner. The mayor gave $4.60 for disorderly conduct and being intoxicated. Many women who were terrible sufferers from periodical headaches other nervous troubles Peculiar to women have found Relief in . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer. The doctor will gladly give advice free charge. Sold by . D. F. Gentsch. The superintendent at th6 Lake Bra by Portage co., spiritualists Camp meeting which commenced july 2d and continues till sept. 2d, says the business at the Lake is a simply so Mote it to. Excursion rates the c. Amp p. R. R. Natural White Oil grows hair the head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out. It is natures True hair grower. Grows moustache and whiskers. Price 50 cents. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Of the party who sent the article to the times la9t week concerning an opera wrap said to belong to Jennie Rosen Berry is a Low Coward and unworthy the respect people. Jennie Rosenberry was not at the dance referred to. An interested party. We have Given a. Bippus amp son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville Kentucky. Remember that the great Forepaugh show will be Here Friday. He has arranged for excursion trains All the roads and the town will be crowded to see this great exhibition. Remember ins entire show will be Here and not a part it As some imagine. This will be the largest show that Ever visited new Philadelphia. One Hundred dollars will be paid Tor a Case drunkenness morphine tobacco habit that cannot be cured by the use Hills Chloride Gold Tab lets manufactured by the Ohio chemical co., Lima Ohio. All first Elass druggists keep them. Read Large advertisement regarding the tablets in another part tins paper. Elders s. Beaver Mcalisterville Juniata co., pa., says his wife is subject to cramp in the stomach. Last summer she tried chamberlains Colic cholera diarrhoea remedy for it and was much pleased with the speedy Relief it afforded. She has since used it whenever necessary and found that it never fails. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists. Quite a number the citizens Dover Are petitioning the Council to not Issue the $10,000 Bonds to the Reeves Iron co., what the town agreed to . An injunction proceeding will Likely follow. The reporter takes Side with the petitioners and says it is ready for further boycotting if it has to come As the result its position. Reduction in prices Wall paper for month july. A few remnants 5 and 6 Rolls Fine parlor paper at half Price. 20 and 25 cent papers 15 and 18 cents. 15 cent papers 12j cents. 50 and 60 cent papers 35 and 40 cents. 75 cent papers 50 dents. $1.00 papers 65 and 70 cents. For balance july Only. Wells drug store 29w3. New Philadelphia The second annual Encampment the Lake Brady spiritualists Alliance will be held its ample grounds at Lake Brady Portage county Ohio commencing sunday july 2, and continuing until sunday september 3. Ample accommodations provided for visitors and excursion Raus Given c. 6 p. Ry., n. Y., p. Amp And Pittsburg and Western Rys. A very healthy pleasure resort. Last fall i was taken with a kind summer complaint accompanied with a wonderful diarrhoea. Soon after my wife a sister who lives with us was taken in the same Way. We used Al most everything without Benefit. Then 1 said let us try chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy which we did and that cured us right away i think much it As it did. For me what it was recommended to do. John Hertzler Bethel Berks co., a. 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by b. C. Miller amp son druggists. Rishforth a Rose Cream. The Queen skin tonics. Good Bye pimples blotches sunburns and Sun freckles Rose Cream removes them All causing the skin to be Clear soft and Beautiful Rose Cream is sold its merits every bottle we sell testifies for itself and every customer is our reference if you want a Clear and Beautiful complexion Rose Cream will give it to you Rose Cream is pure and As harmless As milk guaranteed not to impart the skin if used a life time. Jno. W. Kin sey North West Cor. Of Public Square Gen. Agent for new Phil a 26w4 the a Wise acres Are now contributing opinions the Money question. Sex gov. Grant Colorado who is presi Dent the Omaha and Grant smelting amp roofing co., Denver says that Sil ver should a re monetized a basis about 20 to 1 instead As it now stands 16 to 1 and make the intrinsic value the Silver Dollar equal to the Gold Dol Lar in other words one should be a parity with the other and then give the people free and unlimited coinage Silver. This would be a Compromise Between the free co Imge advocates the present basis and the one Standard Gold advocates. A Fine boy arrived at the residence . And mrs. Louis Welty Sabbath evening. All parties doing Well. Or. Alex Heingartner left last thursday for new York where he took a Steamer Oft saturday for Germany France and other foreign countries. His wife and son Robert have been in that country for several weeks past and will accompany them Home about oct. 15 the. The trip will be both profitable and healthful to them. The murderer Harry Stewart Dennison who was indicted for murder in the second degree for the killing miss Mcdonald was admitted to bail tuesday. He thus gains his Freedom for a time. His Bondsmen Are w. W. Stewart his brother James Johnson Benjamin f. Ken Rotha All Guernsey co. And Olney l. Devine this county. It is doubtful whether he Ever appears for trial. A great amount work is said to be Cut out Lor the called session Congress. The Only questions that should be considered at this time is the Money question and the Tariff. These questions should have careful consideration and then should be acted upon. Congress should then adjourn until the regular session. The Good the people should be uppermost and not private gain which sometimes become the fruit dealing with such questions. Monday morning . Louie Eichel met with a very painful Accident. Or. Eichel is affected with epileptic spasms and while carrying a boiler hot Coffee into the dining room for his sister he was suddenly sized with an attack and fell to the floor spilling the scalding contents Over one Arm and Down his Side. His Arm and hand were so terribly burned that the skin peeled off like a Glove. Or. John Smith dressed the wounds and last evening he was resting As comfortably As could be expected. I Brick Pomeroy is president the Atlantic Pacific Tunnel co up any. This is a Large Stock company organized to open a Tunnel through the Rocky mountains for rail Road purposes and for mining. The idea was conceived that sufficient Ore could be reached to Large dividends the Stock sold. So far they have found Good Ore in what is known As the Monti Cristo mines which brings $5.00 per ton net. Many Hundred tons in sight. The Runnel for rail roid purposes when finished will be great value. It promises a Bonanza for Pomeroy and his company. A very pleasant and enjoyable occasion was the birthday Surprise Given . Lewis Bei Zel Stop Creek Valley the 2nd inst. His relations and friends thought it proper to remind him that he had arrived at the age 21, and thus they gathered together and feasted the fat things the land in a befitting manner and to the great enjoyment ail present. Among the guests were Squire Ankeny and wife . And mrs. Geo Beitzel . Fred Kuhn and daughter treasurer Forney and Many other acquaintances and friends. Lewis has been reared a Farmer is an honorable and upright Man and his Many friends congratulated him becoming his own master and wished him Many years Prosperity. A guest. A sad Accident which May result in fhe death a Young lady occurred near Bowerston last tuesday morning. Elsie the 17-year old daughter John Franz accompanied by her younger ister started in a cart for Sherrodsville i attend the fourth july Celebration. When a Short distance from Home the horse became frightened at a reaper in a Field by the Roadside and ran away upsetting the cart. The older sister became entangled in the cart and was dragged two Hundred Yards receiving a deep Gash in her Throat from the kick the horse and other gainful injuries. The attending physicians fear her injuries May prove fatal although there Are Hopes her recovery should brain fever not set in. The younger sister escaped with slight paragraph. Cleveland And return a Independent order by Nai brith. Tickets sold july 14th and 15th, Good to return until july 20th. Chicago 111. Anil return a worlds fair tickets sold july 13th Good to return until july 27th. One fare for the round trip going special train. Cleveland And return a Cleveland races. Tickets sold july 25th to 28tn, inclusive Good to return until july 29th. Cincinnati And return a sons veterans u. S. A. Tickets sold August 12th, 13th and 14tli, Good to return until August 18th. J. , . Drowned while bathing. Transfers real estate. New cast it a in common pleas court. Lucinda Booth is we r. Frame. Damages claimed for malicious prosecution. Alice Booth is we r. Frame. Damages claimed for malicious prosecution. We j. Booth is we r. Frame. Damages claimed for malicious prose cution. Johnathan Stafford is Geo w. Me Roby. Injunction to restrain defend ant from cropping plaintiff is premises. Geo w. Oliver is the Diamond fire Clay co., Appeal Case. Hiram f. Kintner is Andrew Kint Ner judgement co Novit. Alice Quinn is Floyd Minnis. Beas Corpus proceeding to obtain session child. L. L. Huebner to John b. Hamilton lot 43, Gnadenhutten $350. Maurice Moody to Michael Aubihl lot 8, Dennison $150. J. W. Gardner to Lewis ii. West 10 acres Oxford $750. H a. Hostetler to u. G. Hostetler 89 acres sugar Creek $612. Charles l. Frank to Daniel Rausch 20 acres Salem $600. We. H. And James h. Platts to Elizabeth Latto land Rush $1,400. Barbara a. Van Fassen it. Al to Reuben k. Morris 100 acres Washington $8,750. T. C. Pritchard to Edward Ridle lot 19, Slanesville $200. Geo. Ludwig . To Jacob Iluf Flot 118, port Washington $300. Job Gatchell admin to we. Downs 3 93-100 acres Mill $50.10. Milton b. Thompson to j. T. Walton . Part lot 42, Newport $20. John Lamb night to j. T. Walton . Lot 29, Newport $300. Jas. H. Sharp to Salena a. Zercher part lots 386,387,388, new Philadelphia $1000. G. R. Little to ii. G. Little lots 24,25, 26, Newcomerstown $1,000. Fred Buri to Jacob p. Klein lots 11 and 12, Denn Ison $750. J. S. Stirling to Angeline Wardell lot 17, Dover $270. Sheriff Goeler to David c. Furney 90 acres Sandy $2,000. J. L. Tate to j. B. Tate land Warren $5,500. E. W. Steinbaugh it. Al., to f. C. Graff lots 03 and 64, Blakes Mills $1. E. W. Steinbaugh it. Al., to Clara b. Stonebrook lots 96 and 97 Blakes Mills $1. E. W. Sein Baush it. Al., to Ida g. Graff lots 59 and 60, Blakes Mills $1. Sheriff Adams to Thomas Leggett 49 2-100 acres Warren $1,020. Sheriff Adams to b. A. Stocker 49 2-100 acres Salem $3,420. James Converse Tchristian Converse lot 16, Uhrichsville $100. Abner Wallick to Moses a. Miller 160-1000 acres sugar Creek $223. Maurice Moody to Clara Howes lot 3, Dennison $100. Maurice Moody to h. C. Willard lot 67, Dennison $200. We. Sells to we. Mcdonald 175 acres Oxford $5,000. Frank Sci Lupp it. Al., to h. A. Hart lot 44, Newcomerstown $250. I. S. Bellet. Al., to i. W. Catwalk. Part lot 245, Uhrichsville $600. I. S. Bellet. Al., to Sarah e. Ginther part blocks 5 and 6, Uhrichsville $1. Samuel Scott a heirs to Mary Scott part lot 10, Uhrichsville 81. Liberal Way advertising. Make As Many Small English words As possible from the letters contained in cd a a Lee Ray pm in a los without using a letter in any one word More times than it appears in a a celery to the person sending largest list will be Given a Beautiful matched pair Cream White ponies Gold mounted harness and Phaeton a trip to the worlds fair and return for second largest list received a Fine upright piano for third a pneumatic bicycle for fourth Fine Gold watch for fifth pair Diamond ear rings for sixth parlor Organ for seventh elegant Slarp for eight Black silk dress pattern for ninth music Box drum and Bells for tenth largest list also one Hundred other valuable Penzes for first 100 persons sending a list not less than 60 words made from letters contained in Quot celery pills. Rudges a celery pills a Are what you require if troubled with nervousness insomnia loss appetite weakness dyspepsia stomach trouble headache indigestion Etc. Send thirteen 2-cent Stamps with list words and try for one our handsome prizes and receive free a Sample package with full particulars and list those in your state who have won prizes to introduce this great nerve and a stomach remedy All delivered in u. . Enclose thirteen 2c. Stamps with list words promptly to Rudge celery Pill co., Montreal que., Anil you Are sure a first class prize for your trouble. 28-t4 a business Opportunity. Bert eldest son . And mrs. Albert Rummel aged 19 years while in the River near town bathing sunday afternoon with several companions was seized with cramps and drowned. A boy by the name grim ventured in and brought Forth Nis lifeless remains. They pumped the water out him As Best they could but no Avail As life was extinct. His body had lain in the water about ten minutes before it was recovered. The Corpse was taken to the Home his parents East Avenue and a physician was summoned thinking there might be a Chance for resuscitation but his efforts failed. He told his parents after dinner that he was going to the River to take a Bath with some his companions. They in Sist amp a his remaining at Home but their pleadings were useless and his disobedience brought this sad ending. Bert was an honest and industrious Young Man and Well liked by All who knew him. The Shock to his parents was a severe one and they have the sympathy the entire Community in their sad bereavement. The funeral was held tuesday at 2 clock followed to his last resting place by a Large concourse sympathizing friends. Thus a life Bright Promise for the future came to an untimely end. Stone Creek items. A to the drs. France amp Ottman formerly new York now France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request May friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia monday july 10. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. To 6 p. In., one Day Only. Farmers Are Busy cutting the Golden again and Hay making. The wheat crop is Good Corn looking Well Apple crop a total failure potatoes doing Well. Daniel Coppels bought John Mark Leys farm 77� acres for $3500.00 Gotleib Killerman buried his Little daughter sunday being the second one within the past month. Miss Sarah Figert returned Home thursday from a two weeks visit at new Philadelphia. Or. John Figert will visit the worlds fair in september. Lewis Maughiman has just finished building a Large barn for Benjamin rid Man. Lewis is a. First class Workman and has All he can to. Or. B. F. Spring has bought a new Grain Thresher with a Cyclone dust collector Whitti carries the dust out the barn and makes threshing a pleasure instead a dread. Spring is an old Thresher an and should be Well patronized. Andrew Thompson has built a new barn. port Washington. Probate court. Washington letter. Beaver dam. Or. We. Gauger mrs. Harvey Smith and Walter Henderson Are visiting friends in Columbus. Phillip Riggle has moved Back Home he says Home is the Best place yet. We heard a Nigbor say the boys must not swear about his residence. That is All right brother but a they that Are without sin May cast the Host Stone. Or. E. Waltz has a minister farming for him this summer and he will Haye to watch those cuss words he uses so frequently the Rey. Will straighten him out. The old reliable Fence builder is weaving Fence for Bray Moore at present and will soon go to Harlem Springs. J jumbo. The Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad offer excursion tickets at Low rates As follows Cleveland And return a North american Saenger fest. Tickets sold july 10th and 11th Good returning until july i7th. The undersigned intends to devote his whole time to engineering and for that reason will dispose his property consisting two town lots a dwelling House stable out buildings store House one half interest in a Grain House and a Stock general merchandise. The Grain House is new Well equipped and has a switch to r. R. The other buildings Are in Good condition and in every Way suited for their purpose. The Stock goods was careful 1 selected to suit this locality and is not Only presentable but attractive. Prices and terms reasonable and easy. F. Reichenbach jr., 28w6 Dundee Ohio. Some new ideas. Isaac Pitman the inventor a system shorthand writing is eighty years age. Paper Teeth Are now manufactured by a Lubeck dentist. One set has been in use for thirteen years and is As Good As Ever. Among the recent inventions it is said is a Cradle which rocks by clockwork mechanism and at the same time plays baby tunes. A clerk in a bicycle store in Kansas City has designed and is building a new buggy with pneumatic tired bicycle wheels and a number improvements calculated to add strength lightness and Speed to the vehicle. Joseph Schiesser Oakland Cal. Thinks he has solved the problem Arctic travel by Means a device which puts a Petroleum engine a sled and makes the engine drive a series spurs which take hold the ice and Force the sled Forward last Friday night 2d section81 ran into the first Section the same train derailing the engine and demolishing the caboose and eighteen cars so badly that it was necessary to Burn them. No. 2, East bound passenger which arrived soon after came near being added to the wreck it is a through train and . Sperling who is night operator at the d. G. Tower thinking something was wrong the Road stopped it just in time to avoid a greater loss life which would Haye been very serious and As it was two were badly injured and one fatally. A Man by the name Taylor whose Home is in Coshocton was so seriously Hurt that his recovery is doubtful. Engineer Pickerel and a brakeman were slightly injured. The cause the Accident is not known but it is thought that the dense fog which prevailed at the time prevented the rear Section from seeing the train in front soon enough to avoid a collision. It seems almost miraculous that More were not Hurt As four men Are said to have been in the damaged caboose and the Engineer and fireman had to jump for their lives. Two men Riding bicycles n. O. Lee roasters Scio and will Weckert Springfield met at this place last monday evening by an appointment. After refreshments they journeyed to Scio. They Are Fine gentlemen and expert wheelman. Bessie Eis daughter Jno. Eis Miller Burgh Ohio is visiting with Sophia Cornet daughter Geo. A. Cornet druggist. Prof. C. G. Cronebach leaves for the worlds fair to Day monday Little iks Steward was seen our streets one Day last week. He is reporter for the Index from Glasgow. Robt. Nelson made a business trip to Uhrichsville monday. He will go to Canton the latter part the week to Purchase goods for his grocery store. Lillie Neidlinger after a week visiting relatives in this place returned to her Home in Miller Burgh Eva and Minnie Porter returned from the fair last saturday no. 3. They report a Good time. Many friends . Hawthorne will be sorry to learn his recent illness which has left him unable to walk without the Aid crutches. A Friend lately received a letter trom his wife saying that the doctor is slowly recovering and that As soon As his health will permit he will be brought Here and that they will make this their future Home. They reside at present at Stanberry to. Mrs. Chas. Buehl and son Curtis Curtis Columbus o., Are visiting her sister mrs. Adam Glauser. �?onelson.1 flattering at any rate. Quot Well does your husband still drink Quot yes Mother and it is worrying the life out Quot did you try the plan breaking him the habit that i suggested to you a Quot did you put whisky in his Coffee a a what did he say a Quot he said i was the Only woman to had seen sine his Mother died who knew How to make Coffee As it should be Texas sittings. Notice is hereby Given that the following accounts and vouch cars executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed in the office the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio and will be for hearing Friday the 4th Day aug gust a. D. 1893, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed . Second account and vouchers Charles s. Johnson guardian Catharine a. Thompson. Final account and vouchers Henry Hahn administrator the estate George Gonter deceased. First account and vouchers Henry and Philip Hahn executors the estate Peter Hahn deceased. Final account Ana vouchers John a. Wagner guardian Mary e. Kep linger. Second account and vouchers Charity Johnson guardian Martha Johnson. Fourth account and vouchers Samuel Clum guardian Sarah j. Everett. Seventh account and vouchers Peter Carl Pfeiffer administrator with the will annexed Abraham Pfeiffer deceased. First account and vouchers Jane Carson guardian Ernest v. Carson. Final account and vouchers Nicholas Lorenz administrator the estate Philip Burrier deceased. Final account and vouchers John a Wagner trustee Catharine Ade. First account and vouchers Catharine j. Lightel administer matrix with the will annexed George h. Lightel deceased. Final account and vouchers Annie Rock administer matrix the estate Thomas Rock deceased. Second account and Vou Hera Lewis Zellner administrator the estate Ferdinand f. Koeblitz deceased. Third account and vouchers Joshua Leggett jr., guardian Maria e. Stoneman. Final account and vouchers Joshua Leggett jr., guardian Charles r. Stoneman. Third account and vouchers Fred Erick Herzig guardian Jesse and Wilbert Herzig. Final account and vouchers j. C. Castle administrator the estate Charles s. Turner deceased. Final account and vouchers Charles Rausch and Philip kat3 executors the estate Elizabeth Roth deceased. Final account and vouchers we d. Mckee administrator the estate Ann e. Leggett deceased. Final account and vouchers Samuel Johnston Assignee Joseph h. Dugan. Fourth account and vouchers John j. Cronebach executor the estate Lewis Homerighause deceased. First account and vouchers Samuel Schlup guardian John Gurtner. First account and vouchers Samuel Schlup guardian Christian g Urt Ner. Eighth account and vouchers John d. Grove executor the estate Geo Grove deceased. Second account and vouchers Polly Neighbor executrix the estate William neighbor deceased. Fifth account and vouchers Joseph a. Hamilton executor the estate William Hamilton deceased. Third account and vouchers Simon Klein guardian Anna Daniel Clara Albert c Harles Robert and we. Klein. Second account and vouchers John l. Kennedy administrator the estate John Booth deceased. Final account and vouchers Iowa Geckeler. Guardian the minor children Lewis p. Geckeler deceased. Final account and vouchers John a. Hostetler Assignee the Barr Brothers. First account and vouchers Peter Senft guardian Lena m., Olive s. And Adam e. Senft. Final account and vouchers Louis Zollikofer guardian Louis William Otto and Annie Leonhardt. Third account and vouchers Theodore Senft guardian Saloma Shorb. Final account and vouchers Lewis g. Krantz administrator the estate John c. Weigand dec a. Final account and vouchers John Donnell guardian William t. Of Donnell. Third account and vouchers John Donnell guardian Edward r. Of Donnell. Final account and vouchers Mcclellan Heminger guardian Edith Heminger. Final account and vouchers Mcclellan Heminger guardian William e. Heminger. Final account and vouchers w. R Crater Assignee Isaac Meek. First account and vouchers Chris Tian Stolier jr., executor the estate Christian Stolier sr., deceased. Final account and vouchers James t. Of Donnell administrator the Tate William Harper deceased. July 10th, 1893. J. H. Mitchell probate judge. The Industrial Field. From our regular correspondent. Is Secretary Gresham a probably the Only member the Cabinet who will remain continuously in Washington until the opening the extra session Congress August 7. The rest them will Endeavor to get a Little rest Between now and then. Secretary la Mont is now in Maine with his family and secretaries Carlisle and Herbert Are at the worlds fair while the attorney general is in Massachusetts. Secretary Hoke Smith will Combine business with his vacation by making a trip through the West and visiting various subordinates his department. President Cleveland does not expect to return until just before the assembling Congress As he wishes to prepare his message to Congress which will be in some respects the most important he Ever wrote free from interruption. Notwithstanding All the newspaper talk about an administration program for the extra session Congress it can be positively stated that there will be no such thing As an administration programme. President Cleveland will in his message Endeavor to make the necessity for the repeal the Sherman Silver Law perfectly Plain to Congress and in that he will not overstep the Bounds his constitutional rights but he has no idea attempting to dictate programme to Congress. He will merely Point out what in his judgement ought to be done leaving con Gress to consider Way and Means How it shall be done whether it shall done at All. The programme for the extra session will be arranged by Congress after it meets and not by any single individual and any attempt to outline it before the members Congress have had an Opportunity to consult upon it is nothing More nor less than Guesswork. Representative Holman whose ideas Economy in administering the government Are widely known ways nothing would be More conductive to Economy than the imposition an income tax by Congress. Speaking the subject this week he said Quot the possibilities for wealth in the United states Are beyond All calculation. They Are enormous. If we tried to live up to them in Public expense we would inaugurate an Era extravagance in the midst which free institutions could not live. Behind Congress is the wealthier class citizens. It is to their interest that the expenditures the government should be lavish. Tley the gainers by building contracts by River and Harbor contracts and so you see plenty lobbies Rich men their representatives Here at each session Congress. You never see i lobby poor men. You May not know it but there is not an evening that a member Congress cannot Dine at one the clubs in this City. The men who support these clubs Are not men who contribute their fair share to the support the government. They Are the people who profit by the expenditure Large sums Public Money. That is the strongest argument i think in favor the establishment an income tax. If we make heavy appropriations now the weight them Falls with the greatest Force the poor. If the government was supported by an income tax these same people who Are Here urging us to spend Money now would be Here in the same Force urging us to economise. Their interests then would be in common. This argument May be new to Many but it is none the less interesting that account. The recent shake up in the weather Bureau by which several its highest officials were retired to private life is believed to be but the beginning an entire reorganization that Branch the Public service. Secretary Morton thinks it has been too extravagantly run. Many unsuccessful attempts were made while speaker Crisp was in town this week to get a hint from him As to who would be chairman the most important House committee in the new House his own re election to be speaker being taken for granted. There has been lots talk about president Cleveland being opposed to this that chairman the last House being Given the same place in the new House but a member the Cabinet stated several Days ago that . Cleveland had never made any request even a Sugg estion to . Crisp concerning who should be chairman any House committee. It is altogether probable that some the old chairmen will fail t it get Back their places but it will be because the judge ment . Crisp is in favor a change and not because any interference the part . Cleveland who although a wonderfully industrious Man could never find time to do one tenth the things he is credited with doing. On account the american Saeng Ernest at Cleveland o., july 10th and 11th, the c. Amp By. Will sell tickets at one fare for round trip Good going Date Sale july 10th and 11th, returning to and including july 17th, 1893. G. W. Page g. P. Amp t. A still in Progress e. R. Parmelee a big bar Mil Sale. Such Good shoes for so lit Little Money Are sure to please All concerned. 4 have you seen our children a Fine Patent tip Button a files with a Tassel for 50 cts. We Are going to encourage the children we done to care what anybody says e. R. Parmelee the shoe dealer East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. For desirable lot Ray Street Good location and Good size opposite the residence Henry Bowers Call s. Moore agent. Of other worlds habitation there is Mure in heaven and Earth than dreamt in Many a philosophy. Rev. Or. Dallinger delivered a lecture at Bristol the other night the planets around us and their possible habitability says the pall mall budget. Speaking Mercury . Dallinger pointed out its chief features and showed that they approximated to those the Earth. Although the heat the Sun there was More intense it might be tempered by the character the atmosphere. Venus was yet More Akin to our world in every respect so that life there As we know it was yet More possible. The conditions the atmosphere indeed were such that the whole Globe might be habitable. Mars next came under review the lecturer explaining its character substance atmosphere and other features which he said made the existence creatures if not Man quite possible. People were slowly losing their former notions that there were nothing and nobody in the universe except the world and Man. There were other worlds however which so far Ashu Man intelligence could judge were not yet suitable for habitation but were gradually assuming conditions which might ultimately make life possible. The lecturer held the opinion that Many years hence some Means mental communication with the denizens the other planets might be established. In the present Days marvelous discoveries in science All things seemed possible and the establishment intercommunication some kind Between this Earth and the beings the planet did not seem More improbable impossible than the sending a Telegraph message from England to new York seemed one Hundred years ago. Railroading tracks the ice. The curiosities about Snow. The pure White Luster Snow is due to the fact that All the elementary colors Light Are blended together in the radiance that is thrown off from the surface the various crystals. More than a thousand distinct and perfect forms Snow crystals have been enumerated and figured by the various investigators in that line. One Hundred and fifty one different forms were once observed by the English scientist flashier who carefully made engravings each and printed them in a paper attached to the report the British meteorological society for the year 1655. An acre grows five Hundred Mulberry Trees each tree has Twenty pounds leaves from Twenty pounds leaves one Pound cocoons is produced. , mil., is interested in the operations a stranger who has bought seven islands to raise delicacies for Market fish soft Shell crabs and perhaps Terrapin among the possibilities. An immense Walnut Burl weighing Over five thousand pounds was discovered in Grundy county mo., recently. The finder expects to get a big Price for it. The burls Are sliced into thin sheets for veneering the Beautiful markings the Wood making it especially handsome and valuable. Several Large cargoes raw Cotton town in russian Central Asia were recently shipped at Odessa to German ports. The russians Are sanguine that there will be a vigorous development the Cotton growing Industry there in the near future. The Quality the Cotton so far however has been inferior. A contract for the cutting and hauling two Hundred million feet fir Timber was entered into at Tacoma by a Mill company and a Railroad company. The former is to Cut the Timber its lands in the Interior and the latter to haul it to the Mills. It is the largest logging contract Ever made in the state and will take five years to execute. The time and Farmers Friend $1. Purifies the blood will Lay Bovi a foundation in a system constitutionally weak. It is wonder regularity and stamina. Price $1.00. For Sale by f. C. Miller a son. Of chamberlains Eye and skin ointment. A certain cure for chronic sore eyes Tetter Salt Rheum scald head old chronic sores fever sores eczema itch Prairie scratches sore nipples and piles. It is Cooling and soothing. Hundreds cases have been cured by it after All other treatment had failed. It is put up in. 25 an 50 event boxes forsake by . Miller amp son druggists. Laid every we nth a Aero i Fromi St. Lawrence. The communications Between the two shores the St. Lawrence River at Montreal Are made As is known by Means the Victoria tubular Bridge constructed some thirty five years ago which is the largest in the world the metallic Span being six thousand five Hundred feet Long. But from this Point to the Atlantic for a distance one thousand Miles there is no other Bridge and All the railroads established both sides the St. Lawrence have necessarily to Cross it. The company the Railroad that built it levies a right Way toll ten dollars per ear and eight cents per Senger. To avoid payment these moneys the s. E. Railroad company had the idea some ten years ago constructing in Winter a communication Between the two shores by Means a Railroad established the ice. Every Winter the work is done Over again and it amply pays for the outlay. The Lens this ice Road is about two Miles tween hoche Laga and Longueil. The Railroad is easily built. The track leaves the main track parallel to the Shore and then curves gradually in such a manner As to be perpendicular to to it and then again before it strikes the other Shore it curves anew so As to become nearly parallel to the opposite Side and then it is connected with the main track this Shore. Oath a be a costly idol. Spring Bros., is the your produce meats place to bring lard Etc. The highest Market Price will be paid. Remember we keep in Stock a full line dry goods notions and groceries. Carpets sold by Sample. Dont forget the place in the Mitchener Block East High 8treet. 19tf subscribe for the times and Farmers Friend two papers for Only $1.00. Thirteen thousand dollars paid for a Hindoo god. An English gentleman at an auction Sale East Indian relics paid according to the new Orleans Picayune thirteen thousand dollars for the famous Hindoo god Lingam. Lingam is Only a trifle Over a foot in height but he is said to be Worth his weight in diamonds. The base the figure is pure hammered Gold and around it Are set nine gems a Diamond Ruby Sapphire Chrysoberyl cats Eye Coral Pearl Hya clothe Garnet Emerald and Moonstone. The Apex the figure which is la the shape a Pyramid is encircled with a plinth set with Small but very Fine diamonds. The Pinnacle the Pyramid is a Topaz one and ten sixteenths an Inch in length am none sixteenths an Inch in depth this is in the Spape a Horseshoe the Center being a cats Eye exceeding brilliancy. When the Quot bad Shah a last King Delhi was captured and exiled to the Andaman islands his Queen secreted this idol and it was never seen again until recent research brought it to Light whereupon it was taken to London. Cluj beggars. One the most profitable and least deserving forms Beggary in the larger cities is that plied by those miserable looking creatures that Crouch the Corners fashionable and buy thoroughfares playing cheap and wheezy musical instruments. They Muster strongest in cold weather and at All times they seem to respect one another a territory. Some them have died Worth thousands dollars. Their Harvest is especially Rich in shopping hours and in the Holiday season when thousands country Folk to whom the theatrical misery these mendicant is unfamiliar drop pennies dimes and even larger coins into the waiting cup. When death voluntary retirement takes one these beggars from a profitable territory the vacancy is at once filled by another forlorn object. Any observant person May detect beneath the rags Many professional beggars evident abundant warm clothing

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