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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 8, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday March 8, 1894. Number 11. Obj trial the Section hands on the Cleveland Lorain a Wheeling Railroad will now eke out a miserable existence on 93 cents a Day. Somebody must catch it so that railroads can acquire More territory and keep up the Standard of fat dividends. Columbiana county is in a bad Row of stumps being completely bankrupt. Republican Rule As in the state government is enough to bankrupt any state or county in the Union. Of yes this state is prospering finely in a financial Way under Mckinl ism. The All absorbing question agitating the miners at present is will the Price of labor be advanced throughout the country if Coal is placed at a 40cent duty just watch you miners and see if the promises of the High protective adherents will materialize. No they ainu to Bulit that Way. It Cost Over $1,900 to execute the murderer Van Loon in the Annex at Columbus. Now comes the startling announcement that there is no Money and none has been appropriated to hang the couple of murderers now there. The old county Way was the Best and gave no Chance for a steal. Republican leaders Are planning to carry the state of Alabama at her coming state election the plan is a fusion Between the populists and republicans. Funds were furnished Reuben f. Kolb populist candidate for governor on a recent visit to Washington. Kolb seems to be a candidate for Revenue Only and will prostitute Bis political principles for the Sake of gain. Judge Mansfield is meting out to the Law offenders what seems to be their just deserts. The other Day he sent up nine with penalties ranging from two months in the workhouse and $100. Fine to two months and $250. Fine. A few doses of that kind and the Law defies will seek a More con Ginal climate in which to ply their nefarious business. Keepers of had houses and drinking Hells Are getting it on every Side of late. Public decency demands it. Illinois editors in their late annual meeting passed resolutions condemning Patent Medicine advertisement and others sent out by the greedy agent who wants space for n Mere pittance. They will also discard All patents wherein such advertisements appear. They insist on a regular rate basis with no positions and net Price paid promptly. This is As it should he All Over the country then Home advertisers would have no cause to complain and editors would he Happy. The hell Telephone company throughout the country still continues its outrageous robbery by refusing to lower its excessive rates. Since the Patent has run out the company has been subsidizing councils and City officials of the towns whereby they can get the exclusive franchise of towns thus shutting out All Competition. The legislature should at once pass the corporation Law in regard to telephones being owned by towns and cities so that everybody can have a Chance to use the instruments. Let the Law he enacted it is up now before the solons at Columbus. Local melange. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker. The times and n. World $1.65. Mrs. Chas. Lahmer is ill with malaria. Misses Mattie and Bella Dunn Are in Pittsburg. Menus Good suits no shoddy $2.25 at Senhauser a hons. 9-3 miss Minnie Porter entertained the stitchery thursday eve. Or. Gail Smith of Cleveland was visiting in town on saturday last. We. Shawyer of Stone Creek has been placed on the Ohio pension list. Advertise if your business is not Worth advertising advertise it for Sale. Miss Fannie Galbraith has gone for a two weeks visit with friends in Bowers town. Or. And mrs. Wooster of Buffalo n. Y., were guests of miss Eva Amos the past week. A up the Rhine and Over the Alps a by maj. Henry c. Dane March 9th, at big 4. Special train at 7 . Or. And mrs. White of Pittsburg and miss Veasy Are guests of or. And mrs. T1 Leo Morgan. Do not fail to attend s. S. Urferd a special Sale of Muslin underwear on thursday March 8th. 11-1 mrs. Arthur Brown and daughter Mary of Cambridge Are guests of or. And mrs. A. Beyer. Mrs. Bessie Schweitzer and baby Oliver returned monday from visiting relatives in Akron and Canton. The Best working Coats in the world at each at Senhauser a sons. 9-3 Normal department of the new Philadelphia business College opens april 3. Send for circulars. 11-4 excursion on the c. A p. Friday evening at 7 . For Danes lecture a up the Rhine and Over the Senhauser a sons have received their Spring line of hats. They re beauties. See them. 9-3 the merchant who says that a advertising does not pay does not advertise. That is How he happens to k now. Rev. G. Smith pastor of the evangelical lutheran Church is holding services this week morning and evening. Or. Adam Gintz furniture dealer has secured the services of John Miller of Zanesville a first class upholsterer. Menus Good overalls 25? at Senhauser a sons. 9-3 messes. Will r. Yingling and Geo. A. Beers were at new Philadelphia on business Index. Resident of this City years ago but now of is visiting friends Here Rev. A. J. Smith of canal Dover returned Home monday from Preston co. W. Va., where he had been holding a series of meetings. He brings Good reports of the people in the Community visited. His friends Here Welcome his return. The Tuscarawas chronicle gives an account of a Kitchen Range exploding at the residence of Harvey Ayers in Dennison seriously scalding two children. A few weeks ago one exploded in this City. The Kitchen Range is becoming rather a dangerous equipment for a Kitchen. F. J. Patterson of new Philadelphia was in the City last tuesday night. Or. Patterson is endeavouring to arrange with Fred Yingling to give an athletic entertainment at new Philadelphia on saturday night of next Independent. Special Sale of ladies Muslin underwear thursday March 8, 1894. 11-1 s. S. Uhf by it Rev. J. W. Kennedy son of the late c. G. Kennedy of Moorefield son in Law of late or. Simmons of Deersville died at his Home in Detroit mich., on february 14. Or. Kennedy was minister at Haven m. E. Church Tribune. We Bush a former resident of this City was drowned in the Tuscarawas River near Trenton tuesday. He was out on the River in a skit and in some Way overturned his boat drowning him. He was the father of the three Bush boys now in the Penitentiary. He had a Large family but left his wife some time ago. Is it any wonder that the workmen at East Liverpool Are out on a strike. We give below Only a feet of the pro posed weekly cuts in wages which the a a Bosses say is 10%. If anyone thinks the workmen Are being treated rightly we differ with them. It is a Good Deal like the dutchman a 1%. He says a if i Puy so dings for one Toller und Sells him for two Tollers i makes one her Here Are the figures $14.70 to $3.80 $16.-18 to $8.00 $13.18 to $3.92 $19.46 to $6.98 $19,94 to $10.71 $17.26 to $9.80 $18.36 to $9.60. Such actions on the part of men who run our manufacturing interest is enough to make anarchists and strikers. Give the workmen his just dues. The Coupon craze. A Large number of daily and weekly newspapers throughout the country Are filled with advertising on the Coupon craze to the detriment of the readers. A new York journal says in regard to the matter that advertisers feel that a great injustice is being done them by the fact that newspapers Glt it into the mercantile Field and use their own space in Competition with advertisers. The reasons assigned Are various among them being the following a newspaper by devoting Large advertising spaces frequently double columns and half pages tends to throw the advertising of its patrons and often Liberal patrons very much in the Shade. This naturally renders the advertising of such papers less valuable. By reason of the increased space taken by the announcements of the coupons the advertising space in the paper becomes More crowded and the publisher is enabled to declare that his advertising columns Are full. Hence he claims to he justified in demanding higher prices for advertising. The fallacy of such an argument is self evident. The increased circulation obtained by the Coupon mercantile system cannot in the nature of it be a wholly legitimate one. People who buy the paper for the purpose of getting a Premium in the form of merchandise or any other inducement made by the Coupon do not read the paper with that care which a regular Patron who swears by the paper reads it and such parties Are More than Likely to ignore the advertising columns altogether. To is True that a temporary forced increase May he brought about in the circulation of the paper by this Means hut it is at least questionable whether it is a circulation which can he made permanent and which pays. It is certainly True that the effect of the Coupon system upon both general and local advertisers is not and cannot be pleasing to them or beneficial to the paper. By. West a about Twenty Denver Colo and Dover. The quarterly conference of the methodist episcopal Church has voted to hold a Camp meeting in August next at Cadiz. The ten month old child of Hiram Alexander died on monday afternoon of catarrhal fever and interred on wednesday afternoon. That old stand by the Ashland press made its appearance at our door this week. Send her right along brother Alberson we Welcome it Adam Brown trustee of Jefferson township sold a Fine horse to the infirmary on tuesday. People up that Way have Fine Stock and they Pride themselves to have the Best. Menus Good heavy socks regular 3 for a Quarter Quality 5 pairs for 25 a a. Senhauser a 9-3 a Rev. J. B. Rust at the parsonage March 3, 1894, or. John Tschanz and miss Eliza zip Merman both of Stone Creek o. The members of the Harrison county fair association Are congratulating themselves that they Are entirely out of debt and Bright prospects and Clear sailing before them. Mrs John Brown wife of Rev. Brown of the m. E. Church and formerly of this charge attended the funeral of mrs. Michael Williams which took place in this City last week. Miss Emma Welty of new Philadelphia Ohio is the guest of relatives at the Park hotel also mrs. We. Hanlon of new Philadelphia is the guest of relatives Standard. Ladies night gowns handsomely lined Worth $1.25 and $1.50. All at 98 cents March 8th, at 11-1 s. S. Freer. The Lorain Herald Man is of the opinion that he can to stick Type forever on an empty stomach and at the same time Dodge his creditors and guarantee Dele Quint subscribers a Clear conscience. Josiah Ankey will sell at Public auction on thursday March 18, 1894, at 1 of clock , a number of horses cattle sheep and farming implements formerly the property of Geo. Ankney deceased. W. J. Link will Erv the Sale. Mrs Lizzie Shugart of new Philadelphia returned Home tuesday after a few Days visit with relatives Here. She would have remained longer hut received word that her daughter Flossie was press. Get som it of those Fine Green Mountain potatoes for Sale at Spring bros., new Philadelphia. 11-3 a number of the friends of or. And mrs. John Congleton gave them a delightful Surprise thursday by calling upon them with Well filled baskets and spending the evening very pleasantly. Or. Congleton and family go to Dover this month where they will reside. New dress goods new carpets new lace curtains new everything that belongs to a first class dry goods store at hard time prices. Call and see the great bargains we offer. North West Corner Public Square new Philadelphia Ohio 11-1 John Kinsey. A Man was found dead along Side of the Cleveland Akron a Columbus Railroad on last thursday. It proved to be the body of Louis Haas Stonemason who lives at Baltic. H is head was crushed in. He was about 45 years of age. A bottle of whisky and about $6 in Money were found upon his person. Carrollton has a novel Case in her courts which is a new claim for divorce. The suit is Between Minnie j. Iden against James r. Iden. The plaintiff avers that the defendant objected to building the morning fire and did refuse without just cause to take her to the worlds fair. Her petition was refused. It is the intention of the Hoard of Deputy supervisors to meet at noon Friday March 16, 1894, to examine the nomination papers of the political parties of the various townships villages and schools of the county and have determined that All such nomination papers must he on file at the clerks office upon that Day and hour. Blue and White jumpers 25 at Senhauser a sons. 9-3 representative Tracy has introduce a Bill in the state legislature authorizing Newcomerstown to Issue $15, my in Bonds for an electric Light Plant. The Hill is in the hands of a committee hut May he passed in time to put the matter to a vote of our citizens at the Spring election. Keep the project Index. Some of the friends of miss Mary Otis knowing she had been robbed of her Beautiful chickens called on her last saturday evening each hearing a covered Basket. Upon removing the covers miss Otis was delighted to find five Nice Large Birds. Monday another was added to the number. Miss Otis expects to rent the Dove Cote on Eagle Hall to House her pets in. Why Send off for Green Mountain potatoes when you can get them so much cheaper at Spring Brothers new Philadelphia. Secure them at once As our Stock is limited. 11-3 from a Columbus dispatch it is reported that the masonic Mutual Aid association of Ohio one of the oldest organizations of its character in the stare appealed to the common pleas court for an order of dissolution. The petition states that the association has become unprofitable and impracticable and that a majority of its members Are in favor of dissolution we will continue our great Slaughter prices dissolution Sale of hoots shoes and rubbers until March 15, 1894. Menus rubber hoots Colchester spading first class Quality $2.15 boys $1.85. Other goods proportionally As cheap. 9-3 Eckert a Taylor. On a recent visit to Dennison we called on j. V. Hicks a son furniture dealers and undertakers. They have largely increased their business and have in Stock a Fine line of goods especially in upholstery Oak rockers and suits. They handle also the celebrated folding hath tub which can reused in any room in the House. In connection with their furniture business they keep a Good livery stable. Fair dealing has been their motto and has proven a Success. Philip Shafer a prominent citizen and business Man of canal Dover died saturday morning last of typhoid fever. Or. Shafer was a very valuable citizen to that town As lie Laid out quite a Large addition near the rolling Mill built houses for people and let them pay on the instalment plan thus enabling them to get Homes. He was a partner in the new opera House. His death will leave a Blank in the business ranks and he mourned by a Host of friends. Fifteen years was the sentence received by Fred Lahmers the rapist. The trial of Fred Lahmers on the charge of assault on the person of a Amanda Waltman took place in the common pleas court last thursday. A very Large crowd of interested spectators thronged the court room. Judge Mitchell and Orson Lusk defended the prisoner and made a Strong and Able Effort to save their client hut the evidence was too Strong and could not he rebutted. The defense was made on the theory that Lahmers was not the one that committed the outrage lie did not deny being at Zoar station and along the Road where the offence was committed hut claimed lie passed along at an earlier hour and that he did not see the girl at All. The corroborating testimony that was relied on was not definite enough As to time and the discrepancy As to the time among the states witnesses was not More than an hour and was easily accounted for As it was Mere guess work beside the defendant did not weave a very plausible Story in every respect. The jury went out to deliberate about 5 of clock and in half an hour brought in a verdict of guilty. Saturday Forenoon he was brought into court for sentence. Everybody Felt that if he was guilty he deserved the full penalty of the Law. Judge Douthitt gave him the full penalty fifteen years in the Penitentiary. He broke Down and cried bitterly when he realized his situation that he was to he shut out from tin world and his wife and babe for fifteen years. He had been rather a wayward fellow which weighed against him. He will have ample time to Reform. Attention democrats democrats of Goshen township will meet at the township House in new Philadelphia saturday March 10, to hold their primary. Polls open from 2 to 5 of clock . Judges a. L. Kennedy John Myers clerks Peter Stowe m. V. Ream. Democratic primary for new Philadelphia corporation will he held same Day at mayors office. Polls open from 5 to 7 30 . Judges Geo. A Bowers Geo. Yet. Gowdy clerks a Howard Yeagley and Ambrose Bowers. All democrats Are requested to attend these primaries. Precinct no. 1, will hold primary Friday evening from 7 to 9 p. For corporation ticket Blakes Mills and school Hoard. Chestnut and other kinds of Trees for posts or other kind of Wood for Sale. Inquire at this office. Of Mary Allison Williams. Mrs. Mary a. Williams widow of the late Rev. Michael Williams passed peacefully away at noon wednesday february 28, 1894, at the Home of her son Rev. E. A. Williams at the m. E. Parsonage Mineral Point. She had been in feeble health fora Long time and the end was not unexpected but withal when the last moment came the blow fell with terrific Force upon her loved ones left behind. Grandma Williams was in the seventy third year of her age and hers had been a life of Christian ministry loved and esteemed by All who knew her. For her the grave held no terrors and she Lay Down to her last rest As calmly and sweetly As a Little child nestling in gently slumber against it mothers bosom. She leaves four sons vis., e. A. Williams pastor of the m. E. Church at Mineral Point Thomas g., and Michael of Cleveland and Joseph a., of Canton. Funeral services were held at the House at 10 a. M., and the body was taken to new Philadelphia for burial Rev. I. S. Winters Mineral Pointer. Low rates to the West. If you Are going beyond Chicago to any Point West North West or Softli West you will make no mistake in purchasing your tickets via the Chicago Milwaukee a St. Paul railway. It is the Only running solid Vestibule a electric lighted steam heated trains with the finest dining sleeping and compartment cars in the world also free reclining a hair cars Between Chicago Council Bluffs and Omaha and Chi a Eago St. Paul and Minneapolis. For the san Francisco mid Winter fair excursion tickets will be sold to san Francisco Colton san Jose los i Angeles and san Diego. Cal., at reduced rates Good until july 15tli, 1894, write to we. Kelly jr., travelling passenger age to 14 Exchange Street Buffalo n. For one of their new maps of the United states say to what Point you desire going also if you will have any household goods to ship and he will name you lowest rates for passengers and freight. Caught him dead to right. , of this City was arrested tuesday charged with breaking and entering the smokehouse of Christian Stemple the night before and taking therefrom several pieces of meat. The meat belonged to we. Sites who had it there to be smoked. Search was made of the Wolf premises and the meat found in a sack buried under the House and with it were 25 dressed chickens the property of or. Oils whose Hennery was robbed a few nights ago. Wolf was taken before the mayor when he confessed to both jobs. He has a wife and two children. His wife was with him on one of the raids. He was lodged in jail to await the action of tire grand jury. Kind words never die. I the new Philadelphia times did not wait for a the Flowers in the Spring a but last week bloomed out in a handsome new dress. We heartily congratulate brother Moore upon the neat appearance of his paper and we Are glad to note such evidences of Prosperity a new Phila. Tribune. The new Philadelphia times has been greatly improved in appearance he a new dress of handsome body Type. We Are pleased to note this evidence of the times new Phila. Advocate. They leaped from the Perch. The party that had a holy horror at desecrating tie Sabbath and made so much political capital out of the democratic nomination last year be ing run after Midnight and on sunday morning leaped from its High Perch of morality and in this City on saturday night last continued their counting out tickets until about 2 of clock sunday morning. Of course they could not adjourn Over until monday morning no More than the democrats could. A the that is without sin should cast the first announcement. De announce my name As a candidate for Street commissioner subject to the decision of the democratic primary to be held on saturday March 10, 1894. Jacob Burt shr. Qui Vive meeting. Judge and mrs. Douthitt entertained the qui Vive club at their pleasant Home on thursday evening feb. 22, it being the judges birthday As Well As George Washington a. A sumptuous dinner was served at 6 of clock to which ample Justice was done. Shortly after the Secretary called on the different members to furnish something for the enjoyment of the evening. Any person failing to respond to be fined. A tis needless to say no fines were assessed. Mrs. Hoover read an interesting biographical sketch of Peter Stuy Vesant first governor of new York. Mrs. Sciott recited a a Brier Rose a and depicted the Brave girl breaking the lock so vividly that we could almost see the surging roaring Waters the logs trembling and battling together with their precious freight Hook in hand bravely tugging away until lost amid the Waters of the torrent. Mrs. Schweitzer read in a pleasing manner a selection a the old minstrel a from sir Walter Scott slay of the last minstrel. Mrs. Mower recited from memory the history of Brave Hannah Duston of Haverhill and her capture by the indians in March 1677, and her escape which was so thrilling that we involuntarily Felt our crowns to satisfy ourselves that we had not been scalped. Mrs. Winch gave a humorous account of the a discovery of America by Columbus which was enjoyed by All mrs. Walton and Booth Sang a a life a dream is Over a mrs. Walton also gave a very Good quotation from Chauncy m. Depew. Mrs. Douthitt recited a the Landing of the Pilgrim fathers and so heartily did she enter into the patriotic spirit of the times that we Felt mrs. Hemans had Justice done in this occasion in the rendition of her Beautiful poem. Mrs. Graham read a humorous Story entitled a a Washington a kiss mrs. Gentsch read an interesting article on a the present crisis mrs. Schweitzer and miss Nano Booth furnished the instrumental music. Misses Mildred Douthitt and Genevieve Booth also assisted the former Sang in Sweet Clear voice a Only a Sunbeam the latter kindergarten selection. Absent mrs. Charles Bartles and mrs. Battershell on account of sickness in their respective families. Rumor reached the club in some Way that the gentlemen were complaining about their keeping late hours but immediately after tha entertainment a voice from that Quarter was heard a i move we vote the entertainment a Success and extend the time until ten of clock carried. Verily we do realize that a Many a food makes or Mars As a result of this Good dinner we As a club through mine Host and his fair wife have accomplished our end. The u. B. Church. The great revival in this City at the United Brethren Church still continues with Una bating interest the meetings have been in Progress 10 weeks night after night the Church being tilled to its utmost capacity Many fairly turned away from nearly every night service. Last Sabbath evening the services began one half hour before the appointed time. The service opened by the Reading of scripture and the administration of the lords supper. At the invitation to seek Christ some 18 persons came Forward to the alter for prayer and eight or ten were converted. Up to this time about 100 have been converted and 75 United with the Church. The congregation contemplates relocating and building a new Church in the near future. Services will continue All this week. Special Jubilee services will be held next Sabbath in View of the Success of the revival. John Nee Sittg a lawsuit. A jury was asked to decide a Peculiar Case in the Lorain county common pleas court last week. Mary Goetz entered suit against John Nee Singon a paternity charge. Last summer she had him arrested charging him with being the father of her unborn child. He settled with her for $350. Shortly afterwards she gave birth to twins and she again caused his arrest because there were two children instead of one. The jury awarded her $287.50 additional Herald. From our Rural friends. As gathered by our Busy corps Rural correspondents of Shanesville. We have been having very Fine weather for the past few Days hut there is an old saying which tells us that if March comes in like a Lamb it will go out like a lion. So we can look out for bad weather yet. Edwin Doerschuk after a few weeks visit to his parents has returned to Tiffin where lie is attending College. Mrs. Clara Moyer of Justice paid a visit to her parents last week. Dave Hixon has moved his family into the aunty Byers House which he purchased recently. Mrs. Callihan paid a visit to her daughters in Canton last week. There was a Sale South of town March 1, at which the prices of the things sold were remarkable. Chickens were Given away at $1.60 a piece while a Good two year old Colt was sold for $7. Charles Limbaugh and wife of Canton Are Here on a visit to their grandmother. Beachy the livery Man is Happy its a baby Hoy that came to their House to live while Allen Koch rejoices Over the arrival of a baby girl. John Loul has purchased the Henry Miller farm West of town and expects to move thereon soon. Or. Doerschuk and wife paid a flying visit to Columbus feb. 23. Mrs. Samuel Taylor was Here on a few Days visit to her old Home and Many friends last week. She left Here for Ada where she expects to stay for an indefinite time with her daughter Keturah. The ladies Guild met at mrs. Or. Millers last thursday afternoon. Or. O. Springer left for Cleveland last week where he expects to make his future Home. The firm of Miller a Yoder has changed to a. A. Miller. The Timber company that is working around through our country hauled the largest stick of Oak Timber through our town last week that they Ever hauled in Ohio. It was 58 feet Long and 2 feet Square at the end and contained 208 cubic feet. The dancing club gave a Public dance in the Temple Hall saturday eve hut As the weather was a Little too warm the crowd was Small. However willies actions were appreciated very much by some of the dancers. Pansy. Uhrichsville. , of Cadiz Sun Dayed with friends Here. Mrs. I la m. Utterback wife of Elias f. Utterback died at the family residence no. 44 North main Street Friday March 2, 1894, aged 29 years 10 months and 9 Days. The funeral services were held at the m. E. Church sunday March 4. Interment in Union cemetery. Thomas Hoobler and daughter of Garrett ind., Are visiting friends at this place. W. B. Thompson spent sunday in Steubenville. Or. I Nisley was called to the county seat on professional business. Thomas Keeth was taken to the county jail saturday to await action of the grand jury. He attempted to kill his wife. The Dennison shops have Cut their men Down to forty hours a week. This is the week the republicans will put on the finishing touches. The boys Are All hustling. Caucus March 10. There seems to he Little or no Harmony. We cannot predict the result in the race for mayor it is nip and tuck Between or. Hilton and or. Dole the clerkship e. J. Moore Rogers and r. Walton saturday will Tell tin tale. 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 by March 19, 1894. Margaret Lawver l. O. Newton David Jenkins Chas. Hardin Laura Eckert j. Carlin f. Bronnimann John Bieri Charles Crupper Mary Colly Kittie Reany Grant sinning Margaret Stockdale. Please say a a advertised when asking for above. I. Wyss p. A Box of Earth has been sent from the grave of general Lafayette to the daughters of the american Republic at san Francisco in which to Plant a tree of Liberty. Marriage permits. William Wilgus and Sarah c. Brown. Jacob faucet or. And Maggie hos Tetter. John Tschanz and Eliza Zimmerman Elsworth Horn and Mary a. Lind on. Henry Roth and Frances Berkshire. John w. Tufford and Cora j. Markley. Jno Sunderland and Leona r. Brown. We. A. Garner and Estella Davy. . Harding and Mary e. Blair. Raspberry plants for Sale. About 30,000 of four of the Best varieties. For particulars inquire or address we. Judy 11-4 new Philadelphia o. La Grippe. During the prevalence of the Grippe the past season it was a noticeable fact that those who depended upon or. Kings new discovery not Only had a speedy recovery but escaped All of the troublesome after effects of the malady. This remedy seems to have a Peculiar Power in effecting rapid cures not Only in cases of la Grippe but in All diseases of Throat Chest and lungs and has cured cases of asthma and Hay fever of Long standing. Try it and be convinced. It wont disappoint you. Free trial bottles at f. Miller a son. Ragersville. Miss Minnie Shepfer of new Philadelphia was visiting relatives and friends Here last week. The band boys meet every monday evening and Are making rapid improvement. Messes. Denzer a Gonter handle everything in the buggy line including a tetons curries and Road wagons. All they have to say about them is to ask their customers for testimonials. Mrs. Krebs who Lias been very Siek is recovering slowly at present. You know. Yes sir you bet it is the Best brants Balsam has no equal for coughs colds croup Throat and lung troubles. 25 and 50? bottles at Gentsch a drug store. Edison says there is More Money made out of Little discoveries than big ones and that it is better to keep the secret of an invention than to have it patented. If you color any carpet rags this Spring use magic dyes for fast colors which will not Crock. Large 10 packages at Gentsch a drug store. The Moon is not so Small after All. Its surface area is fully As great As that of Africa and Australia combined which would make it Only 13% times smaller than our Earth. Four big successes. Having the needed Merit to More than make Good All the advertising claimed for them the following four remedies have reached phenomenal Sale. Or. Kings a new discovery for consumption coughs and colds each bottle guaranteed electric bitters the great remedy for liver stomach and kidneys. Bucklen a Arnica Salve the Best in the world and or. Kings new life pills which Are a perfect Pill. All these remedies Are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith will be glad to Tell you More of them. Sold at f. Miller a son. The mid Winter excursions via Pennsylvania lines. The special Low rate excursions to san Francisco san Diego los Angeles san Bernardino and other California Points now for Sale via Pennsylvania line will be Good returning until july 15,1894. Excursion lists can select any route from Chicago or St. Louis. For particulars please apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent or address f. Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburgh a. 4u, 00 Bank posts for Sale. Inquire at this office. Of. Republican primary. The republicans of Goshen township and new Philadelphia corporation held their primary on saturday last. Judging from the attendance and hustling you would think there were some Large sized political plums within their reach. Sex mayor Korns and acting mayor Souers contested the Field for mayor. The following is the list of nominees on the Republican ticket corporation ticket. For mayor a. S. Souers. For councilmen a. T. Schweitzer John c. Joss w. B. Winch. For Marshall William Frew. For treasurer a. V. Schweitzer. For go Erk i. A. Correll. For Street w. Erwin. For cemetery . A. Dear Dorff. Township ticket. For Emerson. For clerk Geo. F. constables Jeremiah Thompson e. W. Mathias w. G. Frew. For Justice of the peace Louis Welty. For assessor precinct 2 and 6,�? o. F. Bash. For assessor precinct 3 and 5,�? James h. Morrow. You can do it. By shipping and clipping you get $24 value for 10 cents. Just think of the delights of a trip All Over our own country from Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico and just hink of being Able to do it in easy stages at 10 a a stage a including the services of a guide yet that is just what the Pittsburg times proposes to do for you. Realistic pictures from every part of America done in new process indelible Typ gravure delineate the journey. The incomparable world famed traveler and lecturer prof. George r. Cromwell is the guide. Journalistic Enterprise is the conductor of the trip. A America from Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico a will be published in weekly series of sixteen views each new 11x13$ inches fully Worth $1.50 and will embrace the physical and Scenic wonders of our own land the whole edited by prof. G. R. Cromwell. Each series will be 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 he ready March 10, and which contains the following views the Capitol Washington the common Boston printing House Square new York seven fall Cheyenne Canon 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 b. Sitka Alaska. There will be a new series each week and All will be 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 the show at Washita Tou. The Washington publishing company 1406 g Street Northwest Washington i. 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 Book 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 millionaire so a smoke a to racial a at the table and at the a choke Shan a Sterling and Kdan a a snap shots at to introduce the Book 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 Book will he sold at 75 cents Only. Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and Al skin eruptions and positively cure piles or no pay required. It is Guai anted to give perfect satisfaction of Money refunded. Price 25? per Box. For Sale by f. Miller a son. Or wheelers nerve Vitalizer the great new discovery for nervous diseases free samples and $1 bottles at Gentsch a drug store. We have Given a. Bippus a son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutria Cious and free from All impurity. For the Siek and feeble it is a True tonic e. A Chase a co., distillers Louisville by. 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 bad 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 f. Miller a son the nations Capitol. A baking Mso us spa Waelti 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 Street new Yort. New flour Philadelphia markets. Best family per bbl. Per sack. New process per sack. Quot Amber per sack. Wheat per Bushel. Corn per Bushel. Oats. Kye. Oil meal per 100 pounds. Timothy seed per Bushel. 3 69 85 90 75 50 60 35 66 1 75 o a Clover seed per Bushel. 6 00 Hay. Per ton. Butter per Pound. Eneks per dozen. Hams per Pound. Shoulders per Pound. Ides per Pound. Lard per Pound. Tallow per Pound. Potatoes per Bushel. Chickens per Pound. 10 00 18@25 15 10@12 m 709 10 04 60 5 turkeys per Pound. 7@g geese.40&50 ducks per Pound. 06 great a bomb opt a Sale. Of the Dodd amp Sutton interesting tips of the doings of our Wise lawmakers. It is not generally known but it is none the less True that the remarkable series of caucuses held by the democratic senators this week on the Tariff Bill were the direct result of suggestions from president Cleveland before he went away. Several democratic senators told or. Cleveland that they were dissatisfied with the Hill As the sub committee intended to report it to the finance committee and to each of them he suggested the idea of holding a caucus in order that the Bill might he changed sufficiently to receive the solid vote of the democrats. Senator Voorhees although satisfied with the Bill As arranged by the subcommittee was perfectly willing that a caucus should pass upon it before it was reported to the full committee. That is Why the Bill was turned Over to the caucus instead of being reported to the full committee. While there Are some regrettable circumstances connected with the holding of so Many caucuses it is far preferable either from a party or general Point of View that concessions be made in a party caucus than that they be forcibly obtained with the Aid of Republican votes on the floor of the Senate. Wether the Bill As finally reported by the finance committee to which the caucus returned it will be a better or worse measure than was the Wilson Bill As passed by the House May be a debatable question but that the votes of at least 42 out of the 44 democratic senators will be necessary to pass any Tariff Hill is a fact that admits of 110 debate since two of the populist senators have said that they would not vote for it unless the sugar schedule is pleasing to them. At this writing every indication Points to an agreement that will result in a Hill that can be passed by democratic votes without any Aid from the populist senators and president Cleveland being absent from Washington cannot lie charged with influencing the senators or even trying to do so. Some republicans in the House notably Bingham of Pennsylvania a Are worthy because postmaster general Bissell gave the contract for printing postage Stamps to the Bureau of engraving and printing notwithstanding the efforts of a Well paid lobby to prevent his saving Money for the government by doing so and some of them Are talking about having a congressional investigation. It is Little Short of nonsensical for Congress to investigate the right of the government to do its own work but if such an investigation would expose the names and methods of the lobby which was employed in this particular Case it should by All Means be held. I know that neither postmaster general Bissell who gave the contract nor Secretary Carlisle who authorized the Bureau of engraving to accept the work would raise any objection. On the contrary they both could and doubtless would Aid a congressional committee in showing up the stamp lobby which was headed by an a member of the Cabinet. Representative Somers of Wisconsin who is a personal Friend of judge Jenkins whose injunction against the right of employees of the Union Pacific Railroad to strike while the Road was in the hands of the receivers the House judiciary committee has decided should be investigated has been Hunting up precedents and he finds that injunctions of a similar nature have been issued by judge Ricks in Ohio judge William h. Taft in Pennsylvania judge Pardee in Texas judge James h. Beatty in Idaho judge Elmer s. Dundy in Nebraska and Justice Brewer of the u. B. Supreme court while presiding Over a court in Missouri. Or. Somers says he has 110 objection to an investigation but that he does object to singling out judge Jenkins to be investigated when there Are so Many judges who issued the same sort of injunctions before he did. A include them All and i am ready to vote for the vesti gation a said or. Somers at conclusion of a conversation on subject. A popular Bill is that introduced in the House by representative Byran of Nebraska providing an amendment to present Law making the votes of three fourths of a jury constitute a Legal verdict in All civil cases. With that amendment in Force Hung juries would be almost unheard of in civil cases and the Cost of litigation would be largely reduced. The lawyers Are about the Only people who Are Likely to oppose the change it would Cut into their fees quite heavily. Common sense again assumed its Sway in the House this week and the democrats disposed of the Bland Bill and ceased to tarnish the republicans with Campaign material by again getting Down to business after a tie up of More than two weeks. Speaker Crisp made a decided hit just before a quorum voted when asked to enforce the Rule compelling members to remain in their seats to vote when their names were called by saying in reply a the chair is the Organ of the House not its master and As Long As the present occupant is in the chair he will never make a three Days is a very Short time in which to cure a bad Case of Rheuma Tim but it can be done if proper treatment is adopted As will be seen merchant tailoring at Cut prices. 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. I Ain All right to Day and would insist 011 to i 1 1 1 a Rvl every one who is afflicted with that new i Hll Adelphia a no terrible disease to use chamberlains pain Balm and get Well at bottles at f. Miller a Bones a Stock of clothing hats Caps a and 4 gents furnishing goods. 1 Lithe the we bought at Sheri Ftp a Sale the above Stock and Are now closing it out at about fifty cents on the Dollar. A a a a a a a no Humbug a genuine bankrupt Sale the Chance of your life time for cheap clothing. Don t miss it Browne amp Myers Harvard is about to locate an Observatory in Arizona. This will give her a North american station for visual and a South America station in Peru for photographic observation. It is desired to get the Bruce Telescope to Peru in time to observe the canals on Mars next summer. 50 the wedding ring is worn 011 the left hand because in symbolism the right hand is authority the left Obe Diance. A the people of this Vicinal to having chamberlains Ity insist on having Nam Derlain a cough remedy and do not want any other a j says John v. Bishop of Portland Mills Indiana that is right. They know it to be Superior to any other for colds and As a preventative and cure for croup and Why should they not insist upon having it. 50? bottles j for Sale by f. Miller a Bon

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