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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 1, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new York world Farmers Friend times one year for $1.75. Philadelphia times. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume in. New Philadelphia Ohio thursday March 1, 1894. Number 10. It is nip and tuck now Between the associated press and United press. Both claim to be gaining converts to their ranks. Local melange. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. H. A. the woodworker. Mrs. H. L. 8avidge is visiting John r. Mclean of the Cincinnati enquirer wants to step into friends in Massillon. Briceus shoes As the democratic senator from Chio. A m he expects to get j there by democratic votes he will have to change the piratical tenure of his paper. No Mclean will never be a senator. The suggestion that members of Congress who absent themselves from the session without leave in order to obstruct legislation shall forfeit the pay of the time absent is a Good move and should be strictly adhered to. No attendance and no vote no pay. This Rule would suit the masses. Or. And mrs. Charles nagely have returned from their Eastern trip. Menus Good overalls 25 at g. Sen Hauser amp sons. 9-3 miss Gertie Knisely entertained a few friends tuesday. Mrs. Link has gone to Findlay see bar sister who is very ill. To a few incorrigible democrats in the House of Congress enables the minority party to prevent a vote on the Bill for the coining of the Silver in Treasury. A far seeing Democrat ought to feel that such filibustering shows cowardice strengthens the enemy and weakens himself in the estimation of Bis constituents. Let the measure come to a vote and then either kill the Bill or pass it. Rumor from Georgetown Colo., gives the startling news that a petition is being circulated there which Calls upon the Silver producing states to secede from the general government and join the Republic of Mexico. Mayor Parker of that City a genuine Crank whose name Heads the petition says it will he circulated in every mining Camp in the West. Good hemp rope with a Short shrift from Earth a trials and trouble should be doled out to those who Are in the plot. The Ultra Silve rites of the West Are carving things too far and their career should he stopped at once. What a Boon it is to the great state of Ohio to have such Loyal and benevolent citizens As we now have in charge of the old ship of state assembled at Columbus. The state Treasury is empty and those g. O. P. Manipulators Are going to replenish it by holding biennial sessions and draw the Lull salary Tor the same that is intended As payment for both. They May have supernatural Powers and like feasting 5,090 persons on five loaves and two fishes have twelve Baske Fuls left. This is what the party will go before the people Ori in Ohio. In summoning up the Wilson Tariff Bill it does not propose to reduce j the Tariff below the Point which would cover the difference in the Cost of wages in the United states As compared with competing countries. None the less the Workman is threatened with wage reduction As a consequence of tax reduction. The threat is intended Only for political purposes and effect 1 he Workman who takes time to think about it will know that then Are two parties to be consulted in fixing the rate of wages. When work is plentiful wages Are Liberal when scarce wages Are Low. And this is True wherever you go whether tariffs go up or Down. The Workman never gets any advantage out of Protection which he does not pay for. The Large number of agricultural implement manufacturers of this country held a meeting in Chicago a Short time ago protesting against the Wilson Hill for putting agricultural implements on the free list. Of course for the last ten months of 1893 we exported the wares it it i these men to the amount of $4,874,935, or for the year about $6,000,000, sending them to every country of the Globe. And it is a fact that they Are Selling american made agricultural implements cheaper abroad than they Are at Home yet the american Farmer is asked to give these High protective manufacturers the High duty so As to keep out every possible Chance of Competition. The Uncertain Way and tricks of protective policy develops the porcine Quality is astonishing and amusing to a deep thinker. Mrs. Sapitsky of Strasburg was the guest of mrs. Myers tuesday. A has. Butler of Pittsburg was the guest of miss Inez Savidge last Friday. Qui Vive club will meet at the Home of mrs. Schweitzer monday March 5. Mrs. Bugert who has been visiting friends in Freeport returned Home tuesday. Miss Alice Galbraith returned to j Trenton monday after a very pleas to ant week at Home. The last and Best lecture of the season by maj. Henry c. Dane Fri Day night March 9. Ben Sherretts one of Jefferson townships prosperous Farmers was on our streets monday. A has. Rennie Engineer on the c. Amp m. Railroad Lias been Home visiting his parents for the past week. A top the Rhine and Over the Alps a by maj. Henry c. Dane March 9th, at Rig 4. Special train at 7 . Emma a. Neighbor of Newcom or town has been placed on the Tuscarawas county pension list. A child of Solomon Mossholder who lives in the rear of Spring Bros store is dangerously ill of diphtheria. Chestnut and other kinds of Trees fur posts or other kind of Wood for Sale. Inquire at this office. Of Noah Beachy of this City who has been confined to his Home for the past ten Days with Quincy is Able to he out. Blue and White jumpers 25? at a Senhauser amp sons. 9-3 done to miss Danes famous lecture a a up the Rhine and Over the Alps a Friday night March 9th. It is the j Best of the course. Mrs. Frank b. Flora and intelligent Little family of Columbus Are visiting at the residence of her husbands parents or. And mrs. S. B. Flora East High Street John e. Joss returned from new York sat. Eve. Where he has spent several weeks ascertaining the Best methods of correcting defective vision with glasses. John has charge of the opt icle dept in his fathers store and is thoroughly equipped to do Good work. work. A fellow by the name of William Rogers who was brought from Coshocton by Marshall Sweany last week on the charge of breaking into and robbing the dwelling of Adam Limbau Gli was taken before mayor Souers last thursday. He tried to play the deaf and dumb Dodge hut it was evident that he was an old time sinner although a Young Man in years Adam Limbaugh and wife both identified the watch that had been stolen thereupon he was hound Over to common pleas court and in default of Hail was sent to jail where he will remain until next term unless he pleads guilty. He has a sure Chance to learn a Trade and should have the full penalty of the Law. When the Marshall arrested him at Coshocton one of the other Fellows that entered the House at the same time was with him hut he escaped from the officer and this Man Rogers fought desperately hard to get away. There were three of them travelling together. The other two have or. Limbachs revolver and the necklace. They Mav be taken vet. Old landmarks gone. Menus Good suits no shoddy $2.25, at 5. Senhauser amp sons. 9-3 James Jones Sheet roller at our Mills had a very serious Accident happen him on saturday about 400 pounds of Iron fell on his foot mashing it very badly which in All probability will prevent his working for a month or six weeks. The galvanizing department of the rolling Mill is running full blast. Work executed in first class style and a credit to our City. Theophilas Morgan the superintendent spares on time or pains in making that institution a financial Success the Christian Endeavor people of Baltic Are progressing finely with Jacob Crile president Charles bar Telma vice president miss Nellie shinned Secretary miss Maggie Wolforth treasurer misses Belle Cappel a Hoobler Nellie shinned committee on program misses Ollie Rhinehart Ora Hoobler soliciting committee. People Are looking on. It is doubtful if the legislature of Ohio was Ever guilty of a grosser act of injustice than when it exempted i Street railway companies from the operation of the Law taxing the in comes of corporations. This barefaced favouritism caused if the Telegraph Telephone and sex j press companies ought to he assessed by the state no valid reason exists Why Street Railroad corporations should not pay the same rate of taxation. The Senate of the Seventieth general Assembly took this View of it hut the House demanded the preposterous exemption. A Cincinnati times Star. While the g. O. P. Is howling and criticising Cleveland a administration the Ohio Branch of this same party is running tilings High handed at Columbus the state Treasury has the a a cramps awful bad. Mckinley has his Eye on the White House and it is necessary to keep up the cry of incompetency at Washington to divert the attention of the people from state matters until they can cover the Treasury in some manner. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remain unclaimed in this office and will he sent to the dead letter office if not claimed he March 12, 1894. La veer bros., we. Lewis mrs Mary Stuemky William Schrader Emma Schafer Elizabeth Cordery n. J. Huff Lorenzo Metzger Eliza fish Harry of Morrow William h. Severn Flora Goedel James Vanblarcum Thomas Taylor , Lizzie Bergman Eva Bergman de. Bergman. Please say a a advertised when ask ing for above. D. Wyss p. M. New cases in court. James b. Harris it Al is. George j. Markley. Action on account. Samuel l. Douglas is Village of Newcomerstown. Injunction to restrain the corporation from requiring him to pave sidewalk. The Diamond fire Clay co. Is the Royal fire Clay co. Action on account. We. H. Oliver is Washington Boreland. Action of account for Board. Rachel r. Wilson is Sarah Merrick. Damage suit for slander. $5,000 asked for. Indicted. Fred Lahmers charged with assault upon Little Amanda Waltman near Zoar station was indicted last week and will he tried this week. Prosecutor Graham says he has ample evidence to convict him. The full penalty of the Law should he meted out to him if found guilty. Children Are not Safe to go out alone while such characters Are at Large and while so Many tramps Are on the Road. Some of our former residents who have passed away. Mrs. Anne Moffit aged 68 years died on saturday last at her residence on Broadway. She had been ailing for several months and took a congestive chill which soon carried away the vital spark. Mrs. Moffit was a sister of Hon. A. W. Patrick the late judge Patrick. Andrew Patrick Rachel Mcfarlane and mrs. Joseph med ill of Chicago. Her father Janies Patrick was one of the pioneers of the county and known by every old resident. Mrs Moffit is the relict of James Moffit deceased. She bore Strong traits of character True to that noted Irish family was intelligent kind and indulgent even tempered and was loved and respected by All. She was the Mother of two children mrs. John a twice and mrs. Albert Bates who survive her and were present to Comfort her in her affliction. Mrs. Moffit was a de devoted Christian and a member of the presbyterian Church. She will he buried this thursday afternoon in the new Philadelphia Demetry. Passed Over to spirit life at her Home near West Cliff Colo., feb. 21, 1894, mrs. Elizabeth Mathews Clark aged 65 years 3 months and 10 Days. She was Horn in Bristol England nov. 10, 1828, and came to America with her parents in 1833. In 1870 she went with her brother Alfred to col Spring election. The Spring election conies on the 2nd Day of april the Law requires that nominations shall he filed not less than 15 Days before election. March 10 is the latest Date for hold or. Gabriel youngest brother of i ins primaries. The democracy of mrs. Lev. Dodl of this City met with Goshen township and the new 1 Iii a horrible death last week near Hillsborough Ohio. He was operating a Sawmill and in passing through was caught by the Large the Philadelphia times in a Tariff article says a there is the Diamond match co., of Chicago the manufacturers of an infant Industry hearing a 20% protective duty to keep it from failure paying quarterly div Belt and in some manner drawn into the machinery and terribly mangled. The Nail Mill has closed Down for want of rods to work on. The contractor who was to furnish the rods and Market the nails has failed to i ends amounting to $862,500, and a keep up the Supply and a general special dividend of $750,000, making settlement has been called for by the total dividends $1,612,500. This All happened during the year 1893, when business depression Laid its Mark everywhere and the calamity howler claimed the counter. Yet this is the same Diamond company whose recent Appeal for a 35% duty on matches was made furious with charges that in is the duty was increased they would be compelled to reduce wages and close their Facto Ries makes it is that kind of Clatter that make a Good run. The country tired when the the stockholders and a better understanding with him before the Mill will Start again. Geo. A. Dougherty is a candidate for mayor and asks the endorsement of the democracy at the primary. He has always been a straightforward upright Man a Good Democrat and is Well qualified to fill the office of mayor. We feel confident that if or. Dougherty is nominated he will truth turns on the fair Light of fact. Truth runs to figures As the Brooks run to g. Senhauser amp sons have their Spring line of hats beauties. See them. Received they re 9-3 Adelphia corporation should hold a caucus and put in nomination a Good ticket. The offices of mayor and Street commissioner should he of some interest to democrats. By All Means get together and nominate a ticket. I have All of my new Wall paper for Spring Trade. It will pay you to look at my line before buying elsewhere. Burnside a Bazaar. 9-2 senator Brick is quoted in an interview As saying that tie Wilson i Bill was framed in tin dark without party consultation and that when it j came to the Senate a a it was placed in charge of three senators Allex con federate brigadier All living South of Mason and Dixon a line and 1 West of the Mississippi River now it does seem to us that it is an. Uncalled for charge against members of the same party. We would respectfully inquire Why tin Northern Harvey Giggle a resident of Fairfield township died saturday last. His illness was of hut Short Dura Tion being sick hut one Day. When he first took ill lie said he would die. The whole family has been quite ill and the physicians Are baffled to i know the cause or what ails them. He was a Young Man about 35 years old. The funeral took place tuesday. Men s Good heavy socks regular 3 for a Quarter Quality 5 pairs for 25 aug. Senhauser amp 9-3 congressmen and senators were not y a i. Morgan was surprised by a More Active being in the majority serenade saturday eve from about a in coining to the front with a Tariff dozen gentlemen friends. And it Reform measure such As suited the then dawned upon or. M. That his masses of the people. We done to lie birthday was at hand. The Jolly Lieve in cutting clubs for the enemy company were invited in and mrs. More trouble has grown out of cow Morgan and daughter Minnie soon Ardice and inaction of Northern con jihad a Dainty lunch spread for the Gressmen and senators than from sex merry singers. The evening being Tebei brigadier managing the legis j cold the steaming hot Coffee was in at a disadvantage. An Exchange tells the following there is one matter where in the country newspapers labor at a disadvantage in a time of Money Stringency As compared with the manufacturer. The publisher never finds a time when he can shut Down his Plant and Lay off his employees excepting when he reaches a Point where he becomes a a busted Community a so to speak. The paper must he turned out and the expense continues right on just the same As when Money was plenty. Skipped her Bonds. The Bond Given by Dorothy Bunch for her appearance in court was forfeited on thursday last. We have Learned that she will not return to new Philadelphia but will make Headquarters in Wheeling West a. The commissioners made a new contract with the Cleveland workhouse so As to to include persons of her age. The other contract not being adequate and it was the fear of a Long workhouse sentence that caused her to flee. The Bondsmen Are made Good with collateral and will lose nothing. Prosecutor Graham is a a a holy terror a to violators of Law. Orado and soon thereafter was married to or. Jenks Clark at Canon City. She was an ardent spiritualist and faithful to her convictions. She Early espoused the doctrine of woman a suffrage was an enthusiastic currency reformer and was abundantly Able to defend her political As Well As her religious views and did so on All proper occasions. She set an example in dress Reform for women when such innovations were less popular than now. She was energetic industrious and self reliant to a remarkable degree a a Strong minded she will he much missed among her neighbors and friends on Earth hut will he a Power for Good in the new life upon which she has entered. A but though Earth s fairest blossoms die and All beneath the skies is rain there is a brighter world on High beyond the reach of care or pain. There is no death what seems so is transition. This life of mortal breath is hut a suburb of the life Elysian whose portals we Call new Philadelphia. 11. M. Died at Paola Kansas february 14th 1894, Hon. William r. Wagstaff. He was born in 1823 went to Kansas in 1857, and at once identified himself with the Best interests of the Commonwealth. He was elected to the territorial legislature in 1859 reelected in 1861. In september of that year he was nominated As the Union candidate for governor but was Defeated by gov. Carney. In 1868 he was nominated for associate Justice of the supreme court hut was Defeated. During the War lie served As an Aid de Camp on the staff of governor Robinson and organized a Force for the defence of Kansas 11 e was one of the first two democrats elected to a Kansas legislature. In 1862 he assisted in drafting the Constitution of the state agricultural society his Legal knowledge was conceded by the Bench and bar and in 1881 lie was elected judge of the 10th judicial District of Kansas. One of his daughters miss Flora Torrey Wagstaff was admitted to the bar and practice Law at Paola until her father was elected judge. He was regarded As the father of the democratic party in Miami county participating in their councils until his health failed in 1891. He was a particular Friend of the late u. S. Senator plumb and commanded the esteem and Friendship of All. Judge Wagstaff was Horn in Alle Thenny county. Pa., july 18th, 1823. His forefathers were soldiers in the revolutionary War and the War of i 1812. He soon became an Ohio Man and studied Law at Cambridge where he Laid the foundation for a Brilliant Legal career. He was one of the original corp orators of the Missouri r. Fort Scott amp Gulf railway and for five years a director and attorney for the Road. He joined the masonic order at Cambridge Ohio in 1850 was a Knight Templar and a scottish rite Mason and was buried with the ceremonies of the order. He was married in Lexington by. To Mary j. Redfield Torrey who with two daughters survives him. . Will he remembered As the j Brilliant and handsome Mary j. Red a Field of new Philadelphia and canal Dover Tuscarawas county Ohio half a Century ago. We gather this i from the Paola Kansas Republican feb. 16th 2894. M. Youthful offenders. Peter Schoenbrun aged 19 years and Alonzo Steiner aged 17, were arraigned in common pleas court last thursday morning on the charge of grand larceny. Both Hoys entered the plea of guilty and were sentenced each to two years in the Ohio Penitentiary. They started out quite Young in their criminal career and had been guilty of several jobs that would have sent them up hut were not caught until they broke and entered tie House of a resident of Allentown and stole about $50 in Money. They were caught after this Job and have now received the Reward that such a life leads to. Let boys take warning realizing that they shall surely he punished for wrong doing. They were Tough cases and their sentences were none to Strong. This couple makes a list of five that have been sent to the Penitentiary from Tuscarawas county at the present term of court. There will Likely be another yet this term. Real estate transfers. Loe spies to Alice Hagner lot 3, Dover $1300, D. Dawson it. Al., to a a. Stan Eart it. Al., strip land Mill $100. J. M. Rutledge to John Beitzel lots 142 and 143, Midvale $200. E. S. Slingluff to j. S. Deardorff 2-6 part lot 334, Dover $1. John Staley to Catherine Staley lot 5, Uhrichsville $500. Cora a. And w. S. Cox to Anna Leffingwell lot 387, Uhrichsville $ 1000. J. S. Deardorff to e. S. Slingluff part 334, Dover $1. Jacob Feucht to c. A. Scheu lot 34, Strasburg $1000. Catharine Buell to Jane Burry lot 12, new Philadelphia $160. A. B. Thompson to Philip Fulir 1 72-100 acres Mill $1250. Nancy e. And i. N. Mealey to Philip Fuhr 1-10 acre Uhrichsville $50. La Lii lip Fuhr to George Fuhr 176-100 acres Mill $150. Elizabeth Stappart it. Al., to Marion , 22 4-5 acres Mill $450. I. Grimes to Samuel Zuercher 25 acres Jefferson $550. From our Rural friends. As gathered by our Busy corps Rural correspondents. Of Ragersville. Mercury was hovering about Zero tie first part of the week. Or. 1. M. Good of Virginia is at Home at present. Miss Lida Anderegg is staying at her grand parents at present. We noticed or. Barton of Baltic driving a promising Colt. It is one of the Liest bred Colts in the county and shows considerable Speed. There was a party and Oyster supper at Daniel Andreas residence last saturday evening. Some of the Young folks were a not in it a As there was partiality in the inviting. But those who a got left this time will have revenge so they say. Messes Gonter and Denzer of Baltic Are again Selling buggies. They handle the Best buggies and can he relied upon for anything they say regarding the buggies As they Are honest and upright men. A you know Uhrichsville. Oscar Shanon of Wheeling w.ya., spent last week Here visiting friends. Daniel Wolf who has been in Columbus for the past three weeks doctoring for cancer returned Home last week with no Hopes for recovery. Miss Blanche Foster who has been sick for some time left tuesday for Florida for her health. Frank Greene and Henry Olmstead went to Carrollton monday on Legal business. Con West is seriously ill at this writing Liis recovery is doubtful. If Republican politicians done to get together and work in Harmony there will be a Cyclone for them in the Spring election. Or. Collins popular insurance agent Sun Dayed in St. Blairsville with his Best girl. Gus Benton Sun Dayed with his parents at Newcomerstown. You can do it. By shipping and clipping you get $24 value for 10 cents. Just think of j the delights of a trip All Over our own j country from Alaska to the Gulf of j Mexico and just think of being Able to do it in easy stages at 10 a a stage a including tin services of a guide yet that is just what the Pittsburg times proposes to do for you. Realistic pictures from every part of America done in new process indelible Typ gravure delineate the journey. The incomparable world famed traveler and lecturer prof. George r. Cromwell is the guide. Journalistic Enterprise is the conductor of the trip. A America from Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico a will he published in weekly series of sixteen views each View 11x13 inches fully Worth $1.50 and will embrace the physical and Scenic wonders of our own land the whole edited by prof. G. It. Cromwell. Each series will he enclosed in handsome covers. To any of the readers of the Pittsburg times who will Cut out six coupons differently numbered and bring or Send them to the Pittsburg times office with 10? to cover Cost of handling the times will give or mail the first series which will be ready March 10, and which contains the following views the j Capitol Washington the common Boston printing House Square new York seven fall Cheyenne anon Colo. Chestnut Street Philadelphia Yellowstone Falls Wyoming Bren tones Cove Newport Central Park Minneapolis auditorium hotel Chicago Long Sault rapids St. Lawrence River Temple Square Salt Lake City Mountain House Cresson Springs a. Washington Monument Baltimore horse shoe Falls Niagara City of Victoria a. Sitka Alaska. There will he a new series each week and All will he supplied on the same terms. Order the Pittsburg times at once. If there is no agent in your locality write for terms to agents. Sample copies of a a american Are on exhibition at All principal news stands. 10-2 we like to sell an article which can he sure will give satisfaction to our customers that is reason we recommend brants Balsam. Can always find it at our store. 25 and 50? bottles at gent chs drug store. It May do As much for you. Or. Fred Miller of Irving 111., writes that in had a severe kidney trouble for Many years with severe pains in his Hack also that his bladder was affected. He tried Many so called kidney cures hut without any Good result. About a year ago he began to use electric bitters and found Relief at once. Electric bitters is especially adapted to cure All kidney and liver troubles and often gives almost instant Relief one trial will prove our statement. Price Only 50 for Large bottle. At Miller amp son. Port Washington. Horace Ley spent last sunday with h is Young friends in he is employed in Uhrichsville at present. James Huff is Home on a action from Dennison where he has been working for some time past mrs. Zina Tubbs of Coshocton spent monday with her sister mrs. Has. Grosshart. Mrs. A has. Grosshart who has been ill for several Days is reported better at this writing. George Shoop sold his residence in town to Fred Frank. We understand or. Shoop will move on his farm again. Chas. Stocker a promising Young Man and son of Joel Stocker started for Ironwood Michigan thursday where he will engage in farming. William and Jacob Westphal accompanied him. We Igli the Hoys Success. R. N. Hill of Dennison was Here several hours on the 22d. W. B. Stevens and wife of Uhrichsville spent Washington a birthday with her father capt. Slade. Miss Mattie Williams of Uhrichsville visited miss Ella Kinsey last week. R. N. Nelson and his daughter Lida made a trip to Uhrichsville thursday last. E. A. Wolf of West Lafayette was Here wednesday on business for the dramatic club. Joseph Loeb of Uhrichsville was seen on our Street last tuesday. John Gaul and wife after attending the funeral of his sister Florence returned to their Home in Columbus last wednesday. Chas. Blocker of Massillon spent last sunday with his parents. He returned Home monday with a Brand new Wagon which his father had just completed. A. Ley amp co have just received several thousand dollars Worth of clothing. He is our leading Clothier and Sells goods reasonable. We. Schwab purchased the Black property and will occupy it soon so i we learn. The West Lafayette dramatic j club organized at West Lafayette lately will appear at the town Hall j saturday night of this week in their successful play entitled a Uncle 1 this club made its first a jape Arance at West Lafayette and those who saw it say that nothing can heat it. It is a blending of com Edy and sentiment while its scenes j Are Briliant and amusing. Several Young men of our town belong to this club and will do their Best to make it a grand Success. We learn of two Young Fellows who went to Hunt skunks last wednesday. A few Miles from town struck tracks and following ilium up came to tin Hob also a Farmer whom Thev the show at Washington. The Washington publishing company 140 5 g Street Northwest Washington d. C., have just published a the show at Washington a written by two prominent Washington correspondents. This Hook is unique and interesting. It deals with the every Day phases of Washington life and brings out the personal characteristics of the men who make our Laws Fame and trouble at the nations capital. It cannot fail to entertain and inform All who desire to know what Washington life really is. Some idea of the Hook can he Learned from the following table of contents a White House a around Grover a Council a sketched in the a Pat and a angles and a heard in the a in the speakers a nine Black bundles of a told after a your Midway a in the millionaires a smoke a to racial a at the table and at the ,4shan,�?T Sterling and a Dan a a snap shots at to introduce the Hook a limited edition is issued at the Low Price of 35 cents Post paid and All who desire to Purchase should Send their orders promptly to the Washington publishing company because when this first edition is exhausted the Hook will he sold at 75 cents Only. Speaking of big Hills for dinners that Given by Gen. Stevenson at the Somerset club when or. Saltonstall married miss West Cost $2,000. The Flower Hill was $800, and the names of the guests were stamped on both the China and Silver. A a or Isa handsomely illustrated 50-Page pamphlet issued by the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway company giving valuable information regarding agriculture sheep raising climate soil and other resources of South Dakota. It also contains a Correct map of North As Well As South Dakota. Every Farmer in fact any one interested in agriculture etc., should have a copy of it. Sent free to any address upon application to William Kelly jr., travelling passenger at 14 Exchange St., Buffalo n. Y. 2t British manufacturers Are realizing the advantages of electric welding. In a new factory for steel barrels at Barrow the steel sheets Are to he shaped by Means of Hydraulic presses when the Metal is hot and the half barrels will be welded together by Means of electricity. Bucket to a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum. Fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and al1 skin eruptions and positively cure piles or no pay required a it is Guai anted to give perfect satisfaction of Money refunded. Price 25 per Box. For Sale by Miller Ltd son. The Tower which is being erected by the russians on the highest Point of the mount of olives at Jerusalem is already several stories High and but one More is to added. It is to he so High that both the Mediterranean and dead seas can be seen from the top. A a the people of this Vicinity insist on having chamberlains cough remedy and do not want any other a says John y. Bishop of Portland i Mills Indiana. That is right. They j know it to he Superior to any other for colds and As a preventative and cure for croup and Why should they i not insist upon having it. 50 bottles for Sale by Miller amp son. I the total output of aluminium was j lately Given by an English Engineer As Between four and five to is per Day i which is More than the annual pro a auction up to 1886. Lation of the country. The Best working Coats in the world at $1.50 sons. Each at g. Senhauser amp 9-3 deed soothing and refreshing and enjoyed by All. 10,000 a k posts for Sale. Inquire at this office. Of. James b. Clow amp co., of Chicago who own the pipe works Here have secured the contract for furnishing the pipe for the Cleveland water works. Or. Silas merchant of this City was instrumental in securing the Job. It is hoped that new Philadelphia will profit by the contract by be. Starting of the works Here. There is a Large Stock in the Yards in this City now. Pipe can he made As cheap Here As anywhere. Henry Steese a Well known farm i or died on his farm in Monroe town 1 ship Friday last. He was born in Tuscarawas county june 14,1836,and hence was in his 58th year. He grew j to manhood in Tuscarawas county j and in 1859 was married to miss Mary j a. Maughiman. To this Union were Horn the following children mrs. J Elizabeth West miss Sarah mrs. Louisa minks Margaret a., deceased miss Alice John f., deceased and Henry m. In 1863 or. Steese bought the farm of 130 acres on which he died and removed to 1 this county. He was an honest Man and an honoured citizen he was a member of the lutheran Church and a life Long chronicle. We will continue our great Slaughter prices dissolution Sale of boots shoes and rubbers until March 15, 1894. Menus rubber boots Colchester spading first class Quality $2.15 boys $1.85. Other goods proportionally As cheap. 9-3 Eckert amp Taylor. Marriage permits. Charles Hoerger to Clara Bern hard Jacob c. Dummermuth and Libbie Wyss. Augustus a a Lark and Oda Hanna. Ollie harsh Evand Minnie b. Cook. Paid Twenty five cents for their what sort of a laugh have you is privilege of digging it out. After it a Giggle or a horse laugh or a tit working seven hours they reached Ter or a Guffaw or tinkle a a like the the animal which was soon killed sound of Silver gel is in a Steeple a you know there Are Many varieties of Mirthful exhibitions and some of addicts contend that one May he classed accordingly be economical of health of strength hut never economical of sleep. Steal a Nap if need he from the Busy hours of the Day it will return you compound interest of refreshing ability to go on with the labor mapped out for you. Economize in the number j of your garments hut not in their Quality a Good hit of cloth wears 10 times longer than its Sleazy neighbor at half Price. Bring judgment to j hear upon your economies and the i result will he satisfactory. Magic dyes Are easy to use and give Rich colors fast against Sun or washing. Large 10 pkg at gent chs drug store. Was soon and the hide brought Home and sold for thirty cents. The last we heard they were trying to strike a dividend. Gilmore. The ladies of Tho w. T. M. C., of the m. E. Church held a a hard times supper in the town Hall on the evening of the 22d. Miss Ella Fawcett is Home from Cadiz for a weeks visit with her Par rents at this place. Victor Mcfarland of Cambridge is visiting friends and relatives in and near town after an absence of Twenty years. Harry Morris was at Uhrichsville saturday. Westley Dinning is Home for a Short visit. The members of the Junior order Mother Gray a Sweet worm powders Price attended in a body the Mother Gray a nurse in the Chil raiding at school Drens Home in new York has for House on the 22d, and another at a years treated children successfully Point near Newcomerstown on the with a remedy now prepared and 25th ult. A a Betteb placed m the drug stores called 1 m _ Mother Gray a Sweet worm powders. They Are sold by All druggists at 25 it package. They remove All Worms Are harmless As milk pleasant take and never fail. Valuable for feverish Ness constipation and headache even if no Worms Are present. Ask your druggist. When children Are nervous irritable or restless at night give i r. Wheelers nerve vitalize to Ward off convulsions or other serious nerve disease. Free samples $1 bottles at gentes est drug store. The strongest recommendation that any article can have is the endorsement of the mothers of the town. When the mothers recommend it you May know that the article has More than Ordinary Merit. Here is what the Centerville South Dakota citizen says editorially of an article sold in their town a a from personal experience we can say that chamberlains cough remedy has broken up had colds for our children. We Are acquainted with Many mothers in Centerville who would not be without it n the House for a Good Many times its Cost and Are recommending it every 50 bottles for Sale by A. Miller amp son a new Alloy of All Minum called a Sil finite a is being supplied in sheets tubes win and in rods of a j rious shapes and is claimed to have properties that must bring it into extensive use for Many purposes. In i malleability it is Only exceeded by Gold and Silver while in ductility it j is seventh among metals ranking next to Copper. It is equal to Silver in taking and retaining a very High polish. It is a remarkable conductor of electricity has great strength and is Only about one fourth As heavy As brass Iron and steel and one eighth As heavy As Gold. Three Days is a very Short time in which to cure a had ease of rheumatism hut it can he done if proper treatment is adopted As will he seen by the following from James Lambert of new Brunswick 111. A a i was badly afflicted with rheumatism in the hips and legs when i bought a bottle of chamberlains pain Balm. It cured me in three Days. 1 am All right to Day and would insist on every one who is afflicted with that terrible disease to use Chamberlain s pain Balm and get Well at 50 bottles at in. Miller amp Bones. Director Powell of the u. B. Geological Burvey reports that Topographic surveys covering nearly 26,000 Miles were carried on last year n 28 states and territories. After a three years study or. John w. Harsh be Roger of the University of Pennsylvania concludes that Maize or Indian Corn had its origin in Mexico a Little South of the Twenty second degree of North latitude. It was first cultivated by the Navas and was introduced into the area of Mexico and states from Northern the United from the West indies. The list of uses to which this under i valued Plant Are put is astonishing. Its products Range from whisky to soap and from paper to baskets and improved machinery makes it Possi the nations Capitol. Interesting tips of the doings of on Wise lawmakers. It in t pleasant but unfortunately it is True that the signs of the democratic senators a getting together on the Tariff Hill Are not As prom is ing As they were they All agree that we must have Tariff Reform but a few of them have ideas which they so far refuse to be argued out of As to what constitutes Tariff Reform. It is this and not the interference of j president Cleveland which has prevented the reporting of the Bill to the finance committee. It would he useless to get the Hill before the Senate knowing that enough democratic senators would vote against it to make a majority with the Aid of the solid Republican vote. Those who Are impatient at the delay should remember that the republicans have 38 senators and that 43 is a majority. It should not be forgotten either that the votes of the 3 populist senators Are Uncertain and May unless the democrats vote together. Hold the balance of Power. The charge that president Cleveland is trying to dictate to the democratic senators is absolutely false. He has no desire other than to see them agree and take speedy action on the Bill and that is a desire that should be shared by every Democrat. Senator Mills paid his respects to the Republican senators who sought to kill Little time by slurping at his connection with the sub committee that is considering the Wilson Tariff 1 Bill in the following vigorous English a i have no apology to make for any part that i have taken in trying to reduce the Burden which our friends on the other Side have heaped upon the shoulders of the people and which they have been increasing from year to year for the past thirty years. T do not feel that it is the duty of the senators and representatives to consult the people who Are receiving the plunder from the pockets of the yeomanry of the country. We Are sent Here to discharge a duty to the citizens and not to consult the beneficiaries As to How much we will allow senator Voorhees looked at senator Hoar and smiled As he presented to the Senate a petition signed by More than 4, 400 citizens of Massachusetts asking for the speedy passage of the Wilson Tariff Gill because of its a offering a substantial measure of Relief from the most burdensome exaction of the existing Tariff or. Hoar got excited and wanted to know who were the signers of such a petition hut he was More than satisfied a he was crushed for the moment nothing Short of death can permanently crush him when informed that among them were such men As John m. Forbes William Lloyd Garrison Amos w. Stetson and William c. Endicott. The petition was sent to or. Voorhees because the Massachusetts senators have been accused of suppressing similar petitions sent to them. Secretary Carlisle has had a lot of trouble owing to the disinclination of National Hanks to receive Silver certificates in Exchange for Legal tender notes forwarded for redemption. Wishing to know whether lie had a Legal right to compel the Hanks to accept the Silver certificates to made formal application to attorney general Olney for an official opinion defining the status of the Silver certificates. That opinion is that Silver certificates Are not lawful Money being merely the governments receipt for Silver which will be delivered upon surrender of the certificate. The Senate was very obliging when it ordered an investigation of charges made concerning the connection with Hon. Jos Ali Quincy of Massachusetts with the change of contractor for the publication of the Patent office Gazette upon no better evidence than that of a Man whom or. Quincy had been instrumental in having kicked out of a Public sin baking is Yak powder pure a Cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of All in Leavening strength. Latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall str4>t, new York. New Philadelphia flour Best family per bbl. A per sack. New process per sack. Amber per sack wheat per Bushel. Corn per Bushel. Oats. 1 Hye. I 411 meal per 100 pounds. Timothy seed per Bushel. Clover seed per Bushel. Hay. Per ton. Butter per Pound. Eggs per dozen. Hams per Pound. Shoulders per Pound. Dde9, per Pound. Lard per Pound. Tallow per Pound. Potatoes per Bushel. Chickens per a mind. Turkeys per Pound. Geese. Ducks per Pound. Markets. 3 3 60 85 90 75 50 60 36 66 1 75 2 50 6 00 10 00 18@25 15 10@12 7@h 7�9 10 04 60 5 it 7m 40 #50 00 great 4 bankrupt 4tsale. Of the Dodd amp Sutton Stock of clothing1, hats Caps a and cents furnishing goods. On the Dollar. Secure. Neither or. Quincy nor have any fear of the result of Doug rat at the investigation which will be i made by senators Gorman Ransom and Manderson who have already been notified by or. Quincy of his willingness to Aid them in every Way to get every information desire Ltd. Senator White of Louisiana has a right to feel proud of the Good opinions of his colleagues and the Public regardless of politics which have been expressed since his nomination and unanimous confirmation to the supreme court vacancy. Had he been entirely unknown his speech on the hawaiian question delivered this week would have placed him in the front rank of the Ablest men in the Senate. His future colleagues the justices of the supreme court regard his Legal knowledge As a de decided acquisition to a the greatest tribunal in the senator morgans democratic colleagues on the committee on foreign relations decline to endorse the report he wrote on the hawaiian investigation and will prepare a minority report. The Republican members of the committee will sign or. Morgans report a the House has not yet passed the Bland Bill for the coinage of the seigniorage owing to the absence of a voting quorum. Sheriffs Sale the above Stock and Are now closing it out at about fifty cents team hmm a a the grip an experience with this disease during All its past epidemics War i rants the hold claim that or. King s new discovery will positively cure each and every Case it taken in time j and patient takes the Ordinary care 1 to avoid exposure. Another thing has been proven that those who have used i r. Kings new discovery est Cape the Many troublesome after results of this disease. By All Means \ get a bottle and try it. It is Guaran teed and Money will he refunded if no Good results follow its use. Bold j he Miller a Bon. No Humbug a genuine bankrupt Sale the Chance of your life time for cheap clothing. Done to miss it merchant tailoring at Cut prices. Browne amp Myers att Ohio fathers baby. Tit re my wife received a Sample bottle of new Philadelphia Ohio or. Hand s Colic cure. For four months she hardly took her clothes off baby cried so. The Sample of or. Hand s Colic cure worked like magic. I went right to the drug store and bought a 25 bottle and a bottle of or. Hand s pleasant physic and we Are truly grateful that such Relief came to baby and to us. Respectfully Geo. M. Vaught Delaware Ohio. We have Given a. Bippus a Bon the Tiaden Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from 4 malted Barley. It is Rich and nutria i Hie to utilize every part of the Plant Cious and free from All impurity. For i a More extensive cultivation of the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. I Maize in the districts Best suited to e. H. Chase amp co., distillers it is urged. Louisville by

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