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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 9, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio Trie new Philadelphia times publish by it Tobt thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Beat advertising medium in the Donn to books Bill Heads poster and Job printing Exerv description done Short notice. Youb Avob solicits. New Philadelphia times Paob. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. By a one Inch. Three Nehes. Six inches. Halt column. 1 56 3 00 4 06 500 12 00 $ 2 50 600 10 00 12 50 30 00 a 300 9 00 15 00 25 00 50 00 i 6 04 is it 25 50 50 00 100 00 one column. Business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday March 9, 1893. Number 11 new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor ind proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. 49thb new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Bates year in in not paid within three mods a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. So a had it press All matter intended for Pablo Catlon to the truss. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 two papers for $1. The new Philadelphia times amp Farmers Friend the Small sum one Dollar is the offer we now make to All new subscribers who fat is in Advance. We extend this offer to All who pay up All arrearage and one Dollar in Advance any one who keeps his paper paid in Advance so All May stand an Equality. Those who spoke to us lately about the Farmers Friend will be entitled to receive it if they Call. The Farmers Friend is a Semi monthly farm journal and is Well liked by All who have read it. A Sample copy can can be seen at the times office. We arc now running a daily paper and have gone to extra expense to get All the news the county and therefore we Are enabled to give our patrons p much better weekly paper. Fifty two copies a Large weekly paper and Twenty four copes a Large farm journal All for one Dollar should attract the attention the Reading Public. Just enclose one Dollar and we will put you our list. Teachers examinations. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county wiil 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 in �?T93 april 22, �?T93 july 8,�?T93. At Uhrichsville March i 1th, �?T93. At Mineral Foint March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june 3d, �?T93. Pufil8 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 Nen and Ink and the necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. All examinations will be held in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. J. W. Pfeifer pres i. J. Richardson. Business directory. Joseph Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Philadelphia. Ohio August 14,1890. 33yl t ii. Booth v a a a re opened. S Amuel Moore St. This Date in history feb. 25. 1523�?William Lilly famous grammarian and master St. Paul school London died born 1400. 1000�? Robert Devereux Carl Essex and former favorite Queen Elizabeth lie headed born 1567. 1634�?count Wallenstein commander austrian Imperial army assassinated by secret order his Sovereign. 1723�?iir Christopher Wren architect Paul a etc.,died born 1g32. 1746�? Charles cotes Worth Pinckney born in Charleston died there 1825. 1805�?dr. William Zhuohan famous scotch physician died born 1729. 18g3�?cons tiption passed Congress. 1892�?in Memphis Alice Mitchell a sex Pervert murdered Freda Ward the object her unnatural love. This Date in history feb. 26, 1260�?manfred, hero King Sicily killed born 1231 King 1258. Tic la Anthony Cooper Earl Shafe Sbur Rad i ical protestant agitator born died 1683. 1714�?james Hervey author the a meditations a born died 1768. 1723�?Thomas do Urey wit and poet licentious writer time Charles ii died born 1650. 1815�?napoleon escaped from Elba he landed in France March 1. 1823�?John Philip Kemble famous actor died born 1757. 1850�?sir William Allan r. A., Painter died Tern 1782. 1852�?Thomas Moore poet died born 1779. 1868�? general George Archibald Mccall hero died at West Chester a. Born 1802. 1802�? Chili announced her refusal to participate in the Chicago worlds fair. We would suggest that the democratic county convention be held As late As possible. There is no need such a Long Campaign As we sometimes have president Harrison has arrived Home Ank will devote his time Lor a year two in lecturing International Law and in writing a Book matters Public interest which he says the Public never understood and which can never become a matter Public history. Renan. This Date in history feb. 27. 21&�?1the emperor Geta murdered by his brother and co emperor Caracalla. 1594�?iletiry crowned Lenry in at Chartres. 1706�?John Evelyn famous for. Jigs a diary a died born 1620. I7i7�?John David Michaelis German Oriental scholar and biblical bom died 1791. 1735�?l r. John Arbuthnot died. 1795�?general Francis Marion revolutionary hero South Carolina died born 1732. 1823�?joseph Ernest Henan Dei tical writer and orientalist scholar born in Brittany France. 1830�?elias Hicks founder the Hicks to quakers died at Jericho n. Y. Bora 1748. 1848�?formal proclamation the Republic in France signal for Revol Flonary movements nil Over Europe. 1859�?philip Barton key was killed in Washington City by Hon. Since general Daniel e. Sickles. 1872�?bill passed Congress reserving the yellow Eton Region As a National Park. W91�?ex-Empress Victoria Mother emperor William was taken out Paris secretly by friends to avoid unpleasant demonstrations by the people. 180jj�? strike by Street Railroad employees at Indianapolis. This Dato in history feb. 28. 1533�?michael do montaigne French essayist Bora died 1592. 1682�?George Buchanan scottish scholar and historian died Horn 1506. 1631�?Henry Stubbe the Mast noted greek and latin scholar his time Bora. 1646�?christian in Denmark died born 1577. 1736�? Daniel Solander Quot noted English naturalist born died 1782 1752�?William Latigu Stilie. Was Lington the Soldier who wounded Tarletor at Cowpens s. C., born in Stafford county a. Died 1810. 1825�?quincy Adams Gillmore who directed the siege Charleston born in Lotain county 1828�?jules Verne French writer scion talc romances born. 1890�?fcabouchere suspended Momber Tho commons for accusing lord Salisbury falsehood. 1892�?major general George w. Cullum died in new York. This Date in history March 1. 1553�? Francis Rabelais riotous roman Cist died Boru about 1490. 1562�? horrible massacre Huguenots at Vassy France by order the Duke Guise. 1019�?matthias, emperor Germany when the thirty years War began died born 1557. 1757�?sir Samuel Romilly British lawyer and statesman born died . 1781�?art idea confederation having been ratified by the last Colony 6tate, went into operation. 1794�? William Jenkins Worth general in mexican War born in Hudson. N. Y. Died 1849. 1888�?m. Wilson son if Law the French president Jules Grevy convicted scandalous corruption Cabinet crisis followed. 1890�?ellis Island in new York Harbor selected by Secretary Windom As the new Landing place for immigrants. 1891�?yuma, cal., destroyed by a flood and 1,400 people made homeless. 1892�?ex-governor w. W. Holden North Carolina died in Inaleigh Bora 1818. A attorney at Law. 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 pelagiu8 i. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. Rev. Olivcr Steubenville a a recent Sermon said that the use tobacco was incompatible with the souls salvation. If that be True the women will largely outnumber the men Tho other Shore. We would reap it Tulip inquire what will become the ministers who also indulge in the use tobacco personal and general. A terns interest gathered from Many sources. The 4th March was a Chilly Day for everybody but doubly so to the outgoing administration. President Cleveland was inaugurated in the midst the storm. Bareheaded he delivered his inaugural address which occupied 25 minutes. The address was pointed and patriotic. No one but an unjust critic could take t exceptions t it. The committee appointed by the Ohio legislature to visit Cadiz to pass upon the necessity a new court hous3, and to determine the location unanimously reported in favor building a new House the old site. The enabling has already passed the House and will Moat Likely pass the Senate. Cadiz is the most suitable place and this will Settle the county scat question for All time to come. The District court at put Bio Colorado in the Case the state is Frederick Rohrer proprietor the defunct Bank Pueblo for receiving deposits when the verge insolvency held that the statute making such acts a crime was unconstitutional. Several convictions have been Sec Imd under this but this occasion the const tuition laity the Law was attacked. The court held that the discriminates against Bankers to the exclusion others and makes a felony a certain action by a banker that would go unnoticed by others. Or. W. T. Mathews Ohio whose studio is at 149 Corcoran building has ready for shipment five paintings As his contribution to the Fine arts department the Chicago exposition. The most important the group is a recently pointed portrait governor Mckinley Ohio. Tv/9 Are portraits Young ladies one the daughter a congressman one the spirited likeness a child the fifth being an Ideal Subj i entitled a a cupid and All the portraits Are painted from life without Reliance upon photography which is becoming too much the usage nowadays and that gov. Mckinley is particularly sure to attract attest . It represents him in fall life Siz \ three a Ter length seated in a comfortable Arm. Chair and is alike admirable in color f modelling and pose it is ultimately intended for a place in the state House at Columbus which will thus have a Complete collection portraits the governors the , from the first Down to the present incumbent the office. A Washington Star feb. 25,1893. County commissioners Are a session this week. Or. John Getz Akron was in our City last week. Miss Sattler is the guest her sister mrs. Frank Irvine. Or. And mrs. Forney were in Cleveland this week. Or. Amos Layman Columbus was in this City last week. Miss mame Custer will give a thimble p dirty thursday afternoon. Qui vice at the name m. Boothe monday evening March 13 it miss Florence Baird wa3 the guest mrs. De Walter the past week. Or. Chas. Tania Greensburg a. Visited friends Here last Friday. Big bargains in Queens Are China glassware ac., mrs. Jacob Miller. The managers the big 4 opera Houe canal Dover were quite successful with their shakespearian plays. Othello and Richard third. They were rewarded with Good houses and All were pleased. Guaranteed free from Verdigris other impurity containing the Rich properties malt chases Barley malt whisky builds up the system and strengthens the lungs. A. Bippus a son sole agents for new Philadelphia John b. Myers father the Hon. Jacob f. Myers Henry county and brother Jacob and Samuel Myers this county died at his Honn in Ham lir Henry county february 19. His wife Nee Antoinette Werner Trenton this county is said to he dying at her Home in Hamler. It takes a stranger every time to catch our business men some fake advertisement card Poder. Every few weeks he strikes the town and gets m his work at about two prices and give. S no corresponding benefits. Business men should give their Job printing to the Home papers and also advertise with them and they will be benefited. See the times offer in the first column. Two apers for one Dollar. Mrs. Pittinger Dennison was guest her Mother the past week. The mrs. Sarah Arnold Massillon has been spending a week with her parents. Mrs. Or. Richards this City has been visiting her Mother in Coshocton. Closing out Bale. For the next 80 Days big bargains. Mrs. Jacob Miller. Or. Frank Leggett Tahri Casville visited his Cousin Edson Kennedy last week. Mrs. O. Knisely and Mies Anna Bede Are in Canton the guests . Will Marks. Furnished room for rent one Square from Public Squire. Apply at times office. Lotf . And mrs. Rippeth entertained a number friends saturday afternoon and evening. Township elections will be conducted under the australian ballot system hence Forward. Or. J. T. Baab Baltic Ohio has an and. On the 4th Page that is interesting to Farmers. It is said that the Cadiz Banks lost $8500 by the Walker failure that engulfed Mckinley. Or. And mrs. Jesse Nabor new Comertown were guests . And mrs. Mccleary last week. Spring Bros Sella first class Salt at $1,00 per barrel at Mitchener Block new Philadelphia. It wanted to rent 3 4 Small rooms not far from Public Square. No children. Call at times office. Lotf do not fail to hear the Section hand Quartetti in Side tracked at opera House next monday evening. Many houses Are wanted in new Philadelphia this Spring to accommodate the new Comers to our City. A the Mackaye Spectator us it i May lne bar and House newly furl Slit. Feed table in connection. 39yl actor sky at Law. New Philadelphia Ohio. A professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Larrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Myers Block 2d floor. Toxin s. Grai Iam attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up Stair opposite the court House North Brood Way. 47yl . S. Vail dentist office a City Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Iiender5hot. A a a sex Esq i ext. Office and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1 y this Date in history March 2, 40�? Decimus Tunis Juvenal roman satirical poet born. 560�?dope Pelagius 1 died. 986�?lothaire Iii France died Poison. 1705�?William Murray Earl Mansfield and by that title famous As lord chief Justice born died 1792. 17c9�?do Witt Clinton statesman Horn at now Windsor n. Y. Died 1828. 1772�? Louis Gabriel Suchet marshal France and Duke Albufera born died 1820 1791�?John Wesley founder methodism died in London born 1703. 1793�?sam Houston hero Texas born near Lexington a. Died at Huntsville tex., july 25,1863. 1835�?Francis ii emperor Austria died born 1768. 1854�?gianbattista, italian Singer died born 1795. 1829�?carl so Lurz statesman born near Cologne reached the United states in 1852. 1855�?nicholas Russia died succeeded by his son Alexander ii. 1s90�?dopo Leo Xiii celebrated his 80th birthday. _ this Date in history March 3, 1651�?Thomas Otway poet born at Trotton Sussex died 1 585. 1756�?William Goodwin English novelist born died 1836. 1793�?William Charles Macready tragedian born in London died 1s73. 1823�?dr. Dio Lewis hygienist and miscellaneous reformer born in Auburn n. Y. Died 1880. 1855-Copley Fielding English landscape Painter died Horn 1787. 1890�? eight men imprisoned in a burning mine at Wilkes Barre a. 1891�?leonard Jerome club and turf Man father in Law lord Randolph Churchill died. 1892�?rev. Edward Pinkerton noted missionary in Brazil died. Tho Indiana Republican convention declared unanimously for a second term for Harrison. Ellis architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Callou me at no. 48 South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl p. H. Sigrist Pulaski. East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. F8 4 2 to 4 p. 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. 8 to 10 a. Office hours u2 to 4p the Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. Rate 2.0 0 per Day. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl r. D. Or cent sch. A this Date in history March 4, 1193�?saladin the Saracen famous in contests with Richard i England died. 1052�?John Somers famous lord Chancellor England born in Worcester died 1716. 1748�?casimlr Pulaski Soldier born in Podolia Poland died near Savannah 1779. 1774�?joseph Hamilton Daviess lawyer and Soldier born in Bedford county a killed at Tippecanoe nov. 7, 1811. 1780�?robert Emmet Irish Patriot born in Dublin hanged there sept. 20, 1&3. 1789�?the Constitution the United states wept into effect nominally but government was not fully organized until april 30. 1790�?flora Macdonald scotch heroine died in Myton Island the hebrides born there 1730. 18��?Thomas Starr King unitarian preacher Ami most eloquent Man his time died in san Francisco Boru 1824. 1583�?alex ii. Stephens statesman died at Atlanta born 1812. 1390�?edwin Cowles american journalist died in Cleveland. 1392�?noah Porter president Yale College died in now Haven born 1812l. Moses Harris who served with distinction in Tho Black Hawk Florida mexican and civil wars died at Saratoga. New Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over Saunders Barber shop West High Street. Office hours�?9 to 12 m. 2 to 4 p. M., and 7 to 9 p. Residence East 45yl a a a a. J. R. Kurtz a agent for Ohio Farmers insurance company. No. 3 Kast fair Street Ltd new Milap Olfria the absurd custom devoting a Day in Congress to eulogize he a dead member Monolia after his demise still continues. After most the country has forgotten that congressman Jifkins Ever lived his colleagues take a Day to recount his Many Virtues. If it must be done at All Why not at once the Only explanation is that possibly it takes five six months for his fellow members to find out be bad any Virtues a the Mackaye Spectra Toriumi will it is said prove the principal feature the columbian Celebration. Current rumours from authoritative sources assert that it will be a very Noble As Well As a strangely novel institution presenting a production in every Way worthy the grandeur the occasion which it is to celebrate. A the Mackaye Spectator cum a in a word is a building in which a presentment will be Given Columbus his life and the events his first voyage. The building itself is a massive one being 500x380 feet the ground and six stories in height. This building with its appliances great studios and Power houses Wili occupy nine acres ground and the to mating setting and surroundings tie production will Cost in round number about $1,500,000. It is All the Conception . Steele Mackaye and it is being completed by the columbian Celebration company. This a composed gentlemen hot often heard in connection with anything this kind but gentlemen whose names Are a Power in every Branch the Budness world. Such Man indeed As George m. Pullman Lyman j. Gage Murray Nelson bed. Butterworth Franklin 11. Head e. B. Butler j. O. Hinkley e. W. Gillett judge Leroy d. Thorman p. E. Studibaker Gene a a. Mcclurg. L. Hutchinson and others like ability and Power. Those who have sen the working the $30,000 Model tells tales so strange that one can scarcely believe in the realization ideas so entirely beyond the Ordinary. Messes. Cage a Sherman Alexander Texas write us regarding a remarkable cure rheumatism there As follows a the wife . We. Pruitt the postmaster Here had been bed Ridden with rheumatism for several years. She could get nothing to do her any Good. We sold her a bottle chamberlains pain Balm and she was completely cured to its use. We refer any one to liar to verify this 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp son and . H. Gentsch druggists. The Mineral Pointer says that Jacob Bierly one their leading citizens Wal move near new Cumberland soon. Or. And mrs. Jos. Strickmaker and mrs. Anna Belle Hoover this Cit it visited Carrollton friends last week. A life s Zuj train cars crosses the stage at full Speed in at opera House next monday evening. K / Tyle Spring Bros new to Hilado a Y 25 pieces Euclid Henriettas All new a tales. Worth $1,00, for 75 cts at considerable a whining has been indulged in by a few that there was not sufficient notice Given by the committee the time and place for furnishing specimens from the various schools the county to select from for the columbian exhibit at Chicago. The notice was published twice in the times and therefore we know that Somo the complainants Hadjan Opportunity to know in Good time All about it. Sunday night about 12 clock As Charley Weber was going Home he was knocked Down and robbed in front the presbyterian Church. The Rascal was standing behind a tree and As Weber came by struck him with some instrument ju9t Over the Eye cutting a fearful Gash that required several stitches. Weber had about $15, his person which was taken. The scoundrel escaped. All suspicious characters should be watched and run out town. Dairy cows. To Weir ratiou8 Anil How the Wisconsin dairymen feel. Messes. Geo. Welty and Knisely have broke ground for the erection a new business House Nortu Broadway. Superintendent Richardson and his corps teachers the Mineral Point school visited the Dover schools fiday. Prof. Schott is postmaster under we believe he will in that place. To be our Deputy . Vas it. Be a pleasant Man Barley Barley Barley malt malt whisky pure malt whisky for chases digestion. Chase s and Rich. Chases weak lungs. Chases Barley malt whisky for purity. A. Bippus amp son sole agents for new Philadelphia. E. G. Waltz ha9 located in Phila Delphia. Having the Agency for the we. Deen Nga co., Ery and Binder twine also various other farm implements office and samples in Jacob Millers Ware House. Also has charge the Jacob Miller Wagon Scales competent Weigt master will be Foqrul th1 re at All times. Apply at office just beyond. He will h indie Grain and feed. Ii a2 . Rees Eberhart a former resident this City has sold is property in Akron and will locate in canal a Oyer in the near future. If you want to make a carpet buy one Call a. A. Gibson. I will furnish the Best Chain. West end new Philadelphia. 9w4 . John f. Rice has sold Liis dry goods and general merchandise Busi Ness to messes. W. Tracy and Isaiah Pointer. To the Public. Stop at Jno. Ii. Kinsey a and see the great bargains he off ers in dry goods. 7 Jno h. Kinsey. Lydia Olarri the Little 3 year old daughter Thomas Harris Dover Road died tuesday afternoon last we Eek and was buried at the new cemetery. Or. John l. Custer it it tuesday for Christian county Illinois to look after his lands. Or. Cooper Carroll moves there this week one . Custers farm. If you want Sale Bills Call at the times office Send us your copy by mail and we will return them by mail when requested. We always give a notice Sale in the paper free. Our prices Are Low. Try us. Or. G. K. Aithur and . Finney Dennison we Ere in town tuesday. Or. Arthur is an applicant for the appointment infirmary director to fill the unexpired term Louis Geckeler deceased. It is rumoured that . Finney is a candidate for office Thip Spring. Drs. Richardson and Ager dentists have formed a partnership and occupy the rooms now occupied by the former Over Kinsey a store. Their dental rooms have teen thoroughly overhauled and papered and Are As neat As any parlor. Both gentlemen Are first class workmen and the combination will cake a successful firm. The office formerly occupied by i it a. Ager in the Mitchener Block w ill be discontinued. They guarantee satisfaction in All their work and their Are fair and reasonable. Rey. R. H. Conwell will deliver his great lecture a acres diamonds at the opera House this thursday evening March 9th. People who know . Cen Well Hiye been looking Forward to this event with More than usual interest and Well thy May for it will be the grandest All around lecture Ever Given in this town. Lecturers like con Well Are not plenty. Go and hear Liis great lecture and you will remember it As one one the mo3t pie is ant things your life. You can get a reserved seat for this great lecture for 35 cents gallery 25 cents. For 60 cents you can get a Reserve d seat for both this and the last lecture. A i Haye just recovered from a second attack the grip this year a says . Jones publisher the Leader mex Ift Texas. A in the latter Case i used chamberlains cough remedy an i i think with considerable Success Only being in bed a Little Over two Days against ten Days for the first attack. The second attack i am Satis isfried would have been equally As bad As the first but for the use this remedy As i had to go to bed in about six hours after being a struck with it while in the first Case i was Able to attend to business about two Days before getting a 50 cent bottle for Sale by f. Miller amp son and . H. Gentsch druggist. Hogg and h. Carnahan have been appointed by fair commission to collect specimens Wool from the Wool growers Harrison county for the exhibit at Chicago. They will have a very Fine collection. The we ool at the Paris exhibition from thit coup in was awarded the first prize and . William Croskey Greene township holds the Gold medal Given by the Paris exposition for the finest fleeces Wool. This was the Wells Dickinson Wool first introduced from Spain by Bazaleel Wells and Dickinson the Pioneer Woolen manufacturers Steubenville. This same Wool we believe took the medal at the first London exposition in 1850 and Broadcloth made from it was awarded the prize at the Franklin exposition in Philadelphia when it was declared the first Broad cloth made in the United Gazette. There is no danger from whooping cough when chamberlains cough remedy is freely Given. It liquefied the Tough tenacious mucus and aids in its expectoration. It also lessens the severity and frequency the paroxysms coughing and insures a speedy re Covey. There is not the least danger in giving it to children babies As it contains no injurious sub danc. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Mille amp son . H. Gentsch dry god. Mak1uaue fekm1ts. Bulletin 33 the Wisconsin Experiment station at Madison is devoted to an inquiry into the methods feeding followed by the practical daily men the state. The plan the investigation is thus stated l y the professor f. W. Woll by whom it was conducted a in the Spring ls92a re ocular letter was and creased to a number dairymen and breeders in the state asking for information in regard to he rations fed to their cattle during the preceding Widter. The object in View was to obtain some a finite know de what May be Felto Milch cows under the conditions present in our state to produce the St results and How the different rations Given might be improved in the opinion the feed Erp it this bulletin contains extracts from the replies obtained the rations fed with their component parts and such discussions As the results suggested. Sixteen dairymen furnished one More Complete rations As fed in their herds dining last season making the number rations obtained Twenty one in All. Among those furnishing data Are some the leading Wisconsin dairymen and breeders and it is believed that we Are Able to present Here Many rations which May be considered Model according to our Condit . A the ration fed is Given a each Case also its Cost according t it average Wisconsin prices the annual yield per cow butter milk in each Herd and other information which seemed value the quantities digestible components in each ration calculated per thousand pounds live weight Are further Given so that the rations any be compared with one another. The Digo Tion coefficients adopted Are the results work done mostly by american Experiment from the reports these dairymen which arc tabulated in the bulletin it appears that the Cost the ration for a cow in Wisconsin ranges from 11 to 19.4 cents and the average Cost is 15.3 cents the cow being in full Flat a milk and the Cost being based upon the average Market prices for the state. No deduction is made for the manorial value the feeding stuff s but it is estimated that the manure if properly saved would be Worth from one third to one half the original coat the feed. The conclusions reached Are that heavy feeding pays. A cow producing a Lull flow milk should receive Over 70 per cent More food than is required for the maintenance that brings profit to the feeder. The teachings the bulletin May be briefly stated As follows keep Only cows that respond to Good feeding. Feed liberally but not to waste. Select such feed stuffs As will Supply a fair Quantity protein. Rase and teed More Oats and Clover use bran shorts and Oil meal whenever needed and when obtainable at a reasonable Price. Mckinley a loss will All be made up to him by private contributions. Railroad notes. Daniel Babst president the Eastern Central with other diligent men Are working hard and after Many Days the tree will bring Forth its fruit. In Ohio it would pass through the state s richest Coal Fields and agriculturally through the Best part Indiana piercing the Gas beit through and through. The Road wid not ask any donations oth a than $10 a mile to defray the cup uses the Survey and the right Way. A corps engineers will be started As soon As the weather will permit most the right Way has been granted East Walion and everything is in readiness for grading. The men at the Helm Start out with a vim and push and declare they will show the people that everything will be done fairly and honestly. The Money collected is to be in the bands a Occil committee in each to Ilar lord City ind Telegram. Goshen township democratic primaries correspondence. Communications from our special representatives. Canal Dover. The democrats Goshen township will hold a primary election for the purpose nominating a township ticket fur the ensuing april election at he township House in be v Philadelphia Ohio saturday March Isth 1s93, Between the hours 3 and 8 clock p. And nominate candidates for the following offices one trustee. One treasurer. One assessor in each the original precincts. By order committee. The democrats new Philadelphia Village will hold a primary election for the purpose nominating a municipal ticket for the ensuing april election at the township House new Philadelphia Ohio saturday March 18, 1893, be tween the hours 3 and 8 clock p. Candidates for Tho following officer will be named at said primary three count men one cemetery trus the misses Johnston and frolic Uhrichsville visited with friends Here Over sunday. Or. A. Downey formerly Ith Geo. W. Canada now Navarre was Home with his parents Over sunday. Or. Swickheimer and sister visited in Cleveland the latter part last week. Geo. Ii. Cross is again Able to be about. S. Runner will in a few Days open a millinery store in addition 11 his storeroom. Miss Nettie Ogder trimmer. The citizens wish him Success in his new venture. Or. A w. Enck returned last week from the Lumberman a association meeting at Indianapol s. Or. U. Dennis Irondale o., is again working in Dover. The Mineral Point school teachers visited our schools last Friday. They attended Walker Whiteside in the evening. Walker Whiteside in a Othello a and a Richard Iii Friday and saturday nights was largely attended. About 200 from new Philadelphia were present. Or. Frank frolic Barros Mills is now night Engineer at the Hardesty Mills. Or Homer Buyan received a painful injury by unloading freight at the c. Amp m. Last saturday. He mashed his hand but fortunately no Bones were broken. Or. Phil. Hoopengarner has been the sick list for the past few weeks. Tha Welsh congregation held services in the Engliski lutheran Church last sunday evening. Rey. L. Baker pastor the m. E. Church has again commenced protracted meetings. Or. J. Head pm went to Canton monday business. Or. Chas. A Leutz Spont sunday with his parents amp Wilmot. Hustler. Side tracked. A comedy drama with an interesting plot Strong Scenic effect. Good singing and full specialities is the attraction at opera House monday evening March 13. Hat Wood e. E. Fivecoat Uit Isburgh visited relatives and friends in this locality last week. He is a Kook keeper for a firm that City. Or. T. Robinson and family Dennison visited his brother Fremont Robinson last week. Mrs. Jesse Blair has been troubled with neuralgia for Over a week but a some better now. Or. Tobt. Carruther8 and l. A. Have been quite unwell for several Days. G. W. Berkshire attended the protracted meeting at Wesley Chapal yesterday sunday. Rev. Stansberry is conducting a series meetings at that place attended with Success. Mrs. Daniel Kees sr., has been troubled with heart disease for some time but is recovering at present. G. Wesley Murphy is nursing a Felon one his fingers. D. A Gibson has begun working for j. N. Quigley again this Spring. Thomas Smith has hired for a year with Josiah Murphy sr., and began work a few Days ago. John Miller expects to ship a car Loid horses to the East next thurs Day. Mrs. Henry Decker fell the ice about a week ago and dislocated her wrist. Philip Kees sold two horses to John Miller last week. He replaced them by buying a team Josiah Murphy . I. P. Decker attended the protracted meeting at Gilmore last saturday evening. J. Carr will mov8 his family to near Plainfield Coshocton county this week. We Are sorry to lose them from our locality a their places Are hard to fill. They have been in this immediate Vicinity but a Short time but have made hosts friends who join us in wishing him and family Success Ami happiness wherever they May go. Or. Carr will not Lea a Here until his school closes at Albany March 24. A. Curby will soon saw a log Yard near Here Tor Anthony Grewell. On last saturday the lovers the Uliase had a general Fox Hunt. Quite a number took part. The interest must have been great As it kept most them out All Day notwithstanding the driving wind. P. A helter went to a Wood chopping Buckhorn last saturday but forgot to take his a. Consequently he was compelled to sit by the fire after arriving at his destination. James Hunt Guernsey county is visiting relatives Here at present. X. Y. Z. Gilmore. Dividing Ridge. Or. Joseph Fruchia met with quite a loss to his saw Mill. A neighbor was cutting Down a tree near by and it fell the contrary Way from the one intended and across the Mill smashing it to pieces. It Cost $200, to get it repaired. He has moved his Mill to a Good Yard his own farm. He is a Good fellow and we wish him Success. The lost cheese had been found by Fritzy and Mary. It has been mislaid by some one and . Sterner is Well satisfied now and returns a thousand thanks to the finder. Subscriber. Midvale. The Young folks Midvale and Vicinity gave a reception in Honor efficient and popular station agent . J. A. Downing at the residence mrs. Hoope Girner. Or. Downing will leave soon to accept a better position at Maynard Ohio. Miss Theresa Lappin new Philadelphia spent a few Days last week visiting her Friend mrs. Hoopengarner. The Beautiful music rendered by miss Lappin the piano was a treat not to be forgotten by those present at Tae Downing reception. One our teachers . W. T. Long has been ill for the la9t three weeks with pneumonia. Or. Hoopengarner has taken his place in the school rooms. Our town is still the progressive. We know Over Twenty new houses that will be erected the coming Spring and summer. Our genial Friend . David Sech St who began business among us recently is making rapid strides toward a competent Trade. He is a Man who attends strictly to his own business. His is an assured Success. Or. Burtis Beans has started a restaurant in the Parmelee Block. Or. Norman Beans has a Barber shop in the Parmelee Block. He tells us that he is doing a Good business. Thomas. Stone reek. Does advertising pay a a. To. Well if you had been in front e. R. Parmelee a shoe store last saturday p. At half past two you would have thought so As the result Only one weeks advertising he had a crowd nearly 1000 people eagerly watching for the 100 shoes which were thrown out into the Street. Or. Parmelee always does just what he agrees to do. Now the Sale Welty a Stock is All Over but our readers can depend upon getting the Best possible shoes for the Money at . Parmelee a store. He will not handle a shoddy shoe make a misstatement in order to sell goods. Spring styles Are beginning to come in and there will be Many novelties in coloured goods Tan Blucher lace and Congress shoes for men bid fair to be Yery popular this season and As they need no blacking they will be very popular with Busy men editors included and for ladies one the prettiest things to Haye seen is the White Canvas offered which . Parmelee has just received. Ask to see them. Or Parmelee the shoe dealer new Philadelphia. Ohio. Natural White Oil grandpa Miller is the lick list. The Oyster supper Given by the ladies Aid society saturday night was very Well attended. Miss Carrie Scholl had a carpet rag sewing Friday evening All report a Good time. We. A. Baker has gone to Midvale where he will be employed in the tile works. A. Foehl formerly Black band now Cambridge was in the Burg saturday evening he has some special attraction. Or. We. Hay is visiting at the residence his Bro. George. A a Doc Regula has retired from the Hostler business. Harry Hume Rig House Midtown is his successor. Mrs. Fred. Grim Evans Creek spent a few Days last week with her Mother mrs. Torgler this place. Miss Katie Brown and Carrie Scholl spent sunday with friends in Dover. Miss Gertie troendly was the guest Lydia Renneker last sunday. Or. A. J. Hawk made a business trip to the Hub saturday. The j Unior order will give an Oyster supper and a dance in the rink thursday evening March 9th. Come. Hoping these Tew lines will not find their Way to the waste Basket. Carleton swipes. Tee. By order committee. Up y. /2 also Ifill close out entire stuck Queens Are China glassware amp a. Regardless Cost for the next 30 Days. Mrs. Jacob Miller. 25 pieces Spring suiting 36 in. Wide it it Rob 35c, for 25c. 25 pieces Satin Che Ronnels 30 in. Wide Good styles Worth 15 cts at 8 cts. An elegant line dress trimmings All new styles at Spring Bros. The following marriage licenses have been granted by probate j Edge Mitchelli . Anderegg Amelia Angel. Thomas Wilson Jessie Thompson. Abraham Goettge Rosina Smith. Christian Schwendiman Cecelia big Ler. For Sale i will have Tor Sale until april 1st, 1893, my 5-year old russian stallion. He is a dark dappled Gray stands 15 hands High weighs 1,400 lbs and perfectly sound. He has Fine style and action and is a coach roadster and plow horse. Takes first Money at All fairs in the All purpose class. Anyone wanting a horse and a Good bargain will please Call w. W. Riley port Washington Tus. Co., Ohio potatoes and fruit Trees. Daniel Wyss this place has for Sale a Large number the Best varieties potatoes. Also fruit Trees and Berry plants. 9t4. Purifies the blood will Lay Bovi a foundation in a system constitutionally weak. It is a wonder regularity and stamina. Price son. $1.00. For Sale by f. Miller amp something i just want. That is what every person says when the y see the buggy Jack that is manufactured and sold by j. S. Scarborough new Philadelphia Ohio at the exceedingly Low Price 50 cents each. Whitens and softens the skin. Called Home. Little Lawrence Custer Wells the a a Flower a love and affection that came to bless the household . And mrs. Or. Wells about six months ago was thursday last plucked from the family Circle by the cold hand death. Little Lawrence the Pride the Home shedding the sunlight love everywhere glad Dening the hearts All was marked for a Noble purpose perhaps that a guiding Star from the throne him who doth All things Well to Lead the Little flock to that eternal Home where sorrow enter eth not. As he Lay upon his Little Couch cold in deaths embrace yet with a Calm and peaceful countenance As though transported to the spirit land. We were forcibly reminded that passage scripture where Christ said a a suffer Little children to come unto me for such is the kingdom heaven. A Lawrence is pulling at the heart strings father Mother Sisters brother and friends while poor sympathizing humanity can do nothing but extend acts kindness to ease the aching hearts. 8uch a freely extended to the bereaved ones. Little Lawrence was 6 months and a few Days old. He was tenderly consigned to his Tomb saturday. Rev. Kreu8ch and the Episco dal minister Dennison officiated. School for teachers. Grows hair the head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out it is natures True hair grower. Grows moustache and whiskers. Price 50 cents. For Sale by f. Miller amp son. Of we have two Good lots left yet 1m Brown and Heindle addition front Street in West Philadelphia Allentown. These lots Are situated convenient for men in the Iron Mills Nail Mill and Are cheap. Call 8? Moore at times office. Of. House and lot East Avenue also a Coal Bank and equipments in Good running order 1$ Miles from town Good Coal. Inquire Thomas perked new Philadelphia o., times office. Want one-tb4? a Down and balance in reason ate payments. 49tf natural White Oil Oomes from natures invisible Depths purely a min eral product. Grows hair head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out. Price 56 cents. For Sale by f. Miller a son. Of general real estate and los Ranee office if you need Good fire life Accident insurance want to buy sell real estate have any notary work to do give me a Call. Office opposite m. E. Church Corner West High and fifth St., new Philadelphia Ohio. Jacob Degreif notary Public and ins. At. For a few Days longer we will Tine to sell Wall paper at Cost con $1,06 Roz Odoro is the safest All toilet preparations for whitening the complexion it is a hygienic luxury being most agreeable to use and leaving the skin in a pure refreshing and healthy Coundi Tion. Delicately perfumed. Mrs. D. B. Howard san Francisco writes a a it has made my skin pure and White a a Little Price 75 cts. Try a bottle. Sent free receipt Price and so wrapped it cannot be told. Address the Roz Odoro co., South Bend ind. Agents wanted. Miss plebe a. Fawcett returned Home last week after an absence several months. Stephen Kinsey a sawing a log Yard close to town. Protracted meeting still continues at the m. . Tho residents our Little Village were treated to a Romance in real life last week which needs not to be enclosed in either paper cover Lio Roeco bind ing to be romantic. Several weeks ago we spoke a Ascot strange desertion where the wife had deserted her husband and left the his care the youngest child a Mere infant. Now filled with remorse the wife returns and begs to be taken Back. Her pleadings Are not All id vain for after a time the husbands heart softens and she is reinstated in her former Home. Pesce and hip nines reign supreme. The Young people treated them to a serenade when they one again begun the duties housekeeping. Strange but will the world never learn that a life is labor and love is bitter Sweet. For the information our former students and others we announce that the Spring term a your school will open monday april 17th, 1893, and continue eleven weeks. The summer term opens monday july 31st, and continues twelve weeks. Tuition to teachers ten dollars per term eighteen dollars for both terms. More Liberal terms will be Given to those who have Neyer taught. We guarantee satisfaction in every particular refund paid tuition. G Iye us a trial before going elsewhere. John p. Kuhn Prin. New Philadelphia Normal school Blakes Mills Feb. 27th, 1s83. 10w4 Pulitic male we Are closing out our Winter Stock at Cost to make room for Spring goods. Do not miss these bargains. 7 Jno. H. Kinsey. Salt j Milch Salt $1,00 per bbl at Spring Bros ener Block new Philadelphia 0. The undersigned will offer at pub c Sale tuesday March 14, 1893, at the residence the late Samuel Schweitzer deceased 1$ Miles North lock 17, Ohio the following property twit �?15 cows to be fit fish from april 1st, to May 10th, 3 these cows Are Holstein fre Sian with a Good milk record 4 head Holstein frisian three year old heifers to be fresh bout May 1st, 8 head two year old Holstein frisian heifers two Holstein frisian bulls one registered As a a Natalie a Boleyn a no. 16573 h. F., and one Black pole 25 head sheep 7 head horses farm and Spring wagons buggies farming utensils All kinds ens Ilage Cutter a lot harness both heavy and Light platform Scales Hay by the ton Corn by the Bushel and various other articles. Sale to commence at 9 clock. Terms made known Day Sale. 1102 Jorji 8. Braxe papers 70 to 75 cents 75 cent paper to 50 cents 60 cent paper to 40 cents 50 cent paper to 35 cents 35 and 40 cent paper 25 and 30 cents 25 cent paper 15 to 18 cents. A few 20 cent paper 12$ to 15 cents. You All have More less papering to do this Spring. Avail yourself this Opportunity now and Saye 30 to 40 per cent. A few warm Days and the regular paper season will open and we will then expect our regular prices this Chance is open a few Days longer Only. No paper Laid away at these prices. All paper must be paid for when sold. $3,000 Stock to pick from. Wells drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. Gw3 for april 1st, two furnished business rooms after that Date six dwelling rooms in connection therewith. Inquire at times office. 9t� for Sale a Fine cottage Home 9 looms Oil lot 66x197 feet Only 2$ Square from Public Square Good Cistern cellar and Good fruit for $2,350. Reasonable terms. Inquire s. Moore agent. Fur Salt. The Best eighty acres Hiil land in Salem township one mile West port Washington nearly All underpaid with three foot vain Coal sixteen acres Good Timber the place. Plenty water House and a Good Orchard. This place will positively be sold at a bargain. For further information. Call address Emett m. Stockar agent port Washington Ohio. 3tf removal Silver Ash Institute cure alcohol and morphine habits from Alliance o., to Salem o., Cor. High and Lundy streets. The management will be in the hands l. Hoopes pres., and Snyder Sec. And treas. No Effort will be spared to make every one comfortable and satisfied who come to the Institute. Our remedies Are sure Safe and scientific and a cure guaranteed. Fred j. Ripple is our agent for new Philadelphia and canal Dover who will be pleased to give any and All desired information. Hoopes amp Snyder. Dec. 29, �?T92. Im3 Beiter a Lytle new Philadelphia Ohio can and will sell you monuments headstones cheaper than any other firm in the state. Call and examine our Stock were you can see the work ind save Money by dealing direct with them. No audits percentage to pay and you can see just what you Are buy no As we carry a big Stock finished work. Of prevents palsy shocks and Bovi sudden deaths cures nervous prostration. Price $1.60. Foi Sale by f. Miller a son. Of for Sale millinery store in canal Dover with established and Good paying Trade Stock Small and clean owner wishes to Leacy town and offers the 6tore at a bar Gam anyone wishing to Start in business Wil. Find it to their interest to Call immediately and see for themselves. Fri particulars inquire at times office. 10w2 in anted a local agent Soseu first Clit a 1 f reliable fertilizers a this town. A agents wanted in other towns in this count for fall particulars with prices and terms. Drees with refer Moe p. H. Foster Suraci new Yerk. No 6 w

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