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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 15, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Imes. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday March 15, 1894. Number 12. 03mtavirtl comment the brazillian opera bouffe fracas has come to an end. Local melange. The United states has a Large Sweet tooth. Sixty thousand tons sugar were imported last week. Grover Cleves and is no doubt very glad that Justice Whitt has taken his seat the supreme Bench. The Republican papers Are rejoicing because some the Maine towns have gone Republican. The joke is the same towns have gone that Way a Quarter a Century. Admiral it it Gama has come to the conclusion that to centimes ties in Brazil from an insurgent Point View is an utter failure. He is ready to Lay Down his arms and cry quits. The state authorities should at once take Active Steps to suppress the gathering coxes army at Massillon. From present indications the gathering is Lawless men devoid All decency decorum and order. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker. The times and n. Y. World $1.65. . Joss was in Pittsburg last week. The wife Charles Lahmer is quite ill malaria fever. J-6i Uii 8topisujuh Haas Uruu Jadud Suav Ifni 4tuo j the wife i r. Peter Ragersville died last week. A son was born to . And mrs. John Knisely monday. Silas merchant has been quite ill pneumonia but is now Conval hostile Esting. The new dog tax now in Vogue makes it compulsory to the tax kill the dog. Mrs. O. Knisely is visiting her Mother at her old Home at Rochester. News came to Dennison from Washington monday that . Finney received the appointment As postmaster. There were several Good applicants and considerable feeling has grown out the contest. The political Waters Dennison Are in a troubled condition hut it is hoped will become Placid in due time. Here is a Hill if enacted and be come a Law would be a Good thing for our City fathers to at once engraft into an Derance and enforce. It is becoming to be fashionable to notice a gang Hoys ranging from 11 to 18 years old standing around the Corners swearing smoking and playing a while their parents Are unconscious what their Darlings Are doing. It is to be hoped the Bill will succeed in passing. Senator Avery presents the Bill prepared by Gen it the Hoard state charities giving councils in cities and incorporated villages the Power to regulate by ordinance the time after which children shall not to allowed the streets and the age under which boys and girls shall he in thu in Homes at the hour appointed by proper guardians at the appointed hour a hell shall be rung called the a curfew parents guardians who habitually permit their children to violate the Law become subject to a Fine $1 for tie first offence. $2 for the second and $5 for each subsequent v violation. The anti biennial lists found themselves in the majority in the Senate in the afternoon owing to absenteeism and they earned the motion to reconsider the Sleeper Hill to abolish the emergency Board. A it i Mitotic can and v inst Ator wot be notice i hereby Given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and Quail d As administrator the estate Juba Ili Iriri. Ink Tusca c ollege pa., at present. Invitations Are out announcing a Ball to to Given by the columbian Quartetti. Miss sue Westhafer Clevland visited her parents North Broadway Over Sabbath. Mens suspenders 10 cents a pair at g. Senhauser amp sons. 12-8. Probate judge Stephenson attended the meeting the probate judges the state last week. Get some those Fine Green Mountain potatoes for Sale at Spring bros., new Philadelphia. 11-8 we Are pleased to learn that miss Sellers who has been very ill the past few Days is convalescing. Found artificial Teeth Oldtown Valley. Call s. Wyss prove property and for this notice. I Al a2ud a six no Sij sopi Sunn Punj Puu Loans mrs. W. B. Hanlon new Philadelphia is visiting the Williams families Dent the friends . And m is. Han Ion will find them snugly domiciled in the w. Wallace House East High Street. Mrs. W. A. Johns new Philadelphia was a guest Here last week mrs. Coshocton dem. Mrs. Ada Russell and miss Josephine Rudolf have gone to the City to attend the Spring millinery open Ings. A number mines at Mineral Point which have been closed for some time have resumed operation in full blast. Miss Nora Herzig one canal Dover a fair ones spent a pleasant evening tuesday at the Home . And mrs. Harry Gould. The handle people Are building a Beautiful new depot for the denizens Cadiz there i6 great rejoicing in that town just now. All the latest novelties in mens and boys hats and Caps at lowest prices. G. Sen a user sons. 12-8. Many teachers will go to Franklin Tommie Smith who has been in Columbus for sometime under treatment has fully recovered and returned to new Philadelphia. He is a Good musician and is ready for business. Notice another Page the advertisement Rishforth a Rose Cream for the completion. Its merits have often been tried and found acceptable in every instance that it has been used. S. S. Urfer the Well known dry goods Man this City has gone East to Purchase his Spring Stock goods and some Good Choice line dress goods May be looked for. He will make a Fine display when they come. Wait. Albert g. Reeves Lawrence Kelly win. E. Ward we. Pritchard t. I. Morgan and a number other employees the rolling Mills this City attended the funeral the late Edward c. Smith at Warren tuesday. The Corner store for the new court House at Cadiz will be Laid with imposing Mason to ceremonies thursday May 17, 1894. A grand and instructive affair is to be promised All who attend. Now is the time for merchants to be gulled into investing in cheap advertising schemes. They Are dear at any Price. A number Fellows Are operating hereabouts. Patronize your local papers. They reach the people you want. Normal department the new Philadelphia business College opens april 3. Send for circulars. 11-4 keep your eyes open three girls travelling around Selling real handmade Linen lace. They Are a fraud and the lace is Only an imitation. They Are operating in Small towns and country Homes. Treat them As swindlers As that is All they Are no matter How plausible their Story. A number readers ask us continually Why we Are so silent in regard to shows troups Etc. That is a question for some one else to answer. We Are a not in the swim with our circulation Over 1,600, nearly double any paper in the county. It seems it does not to advertise too much there were 80 bidders for the building the a l. Amp w. Short line. It is estimated that it will Cost $118,000 l to build the 28 Miles and it is said there was a difference $15,000 Between the lowest and highest bids. John Stan was a bidder. The award the contract will be made in a Day Herald. The commissioners Tuscarawas Coshocton and Guernsey counties have decided to build a workhouse i at Newcomerstown for the Benefit the three counties in punishing criminals. On account the business depression the building will not take place until 1895. Some bib Ulous individual who shall be nameless was a Plain drunk saturday night slept the curb Stone East High Street and about 6 clock sunday morning. Good democratic people who wrap to to serve the Toutt and township the next two years. The democrats Goshen township and new Philadelphia corporation held their primary saturday and put in nomination an excellent ticket. The contest for the nomination was quite spirited but Friendly. The party is United in the township and will do All for the election its candidates. The people tie town feel inclined to vote for the Best men regardless the party which we think is a Wise conclusion. We want Good men and we feel that the democratic party has nominated a Good ticket. We ask the co operation All parties and persons in securing men Best qualified for the place. Take a look at our ticket and see what you think it. I it e m a tic Cor for at Ion. For mayor Leroy Mcgregor. For clerk John b. Read. For councilmen Adam Zeeb John Myers Leroy Springer for treasurer George ka8erman. For marshal John w. Shull. For cemetery director George w. Knisely. For Street commissioner James m. Reardon from our Rural friends. Democratic township ticket for trustee Frederick Graff. For clerk John w. Kron. For constables. Frank Goudy William Green John w Shull. For supervisor precinct 8, Lincoln stoc k s i a be. For assessor precinct 2 and 6, James k. Bowers for assessor precinct 3 and 5, William Hall new dress goods new carpets new la a 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. 11-2 John Kinsey. Death att old citizen. J. Mcguire an inmate the county infirmary died last saturday. Or. Mcguire was a Well to do citizen Westchester at one time and a Man Well respected. He lost All his wealth by various Means principally by his fellow Man taking advantage Charles c. Welty passes away. Or. Charles c. Welty this City died at his residence East fair Street sunday about 11 clock pneumonia. He had been ill but a few Days when that dread disease carried away what is mortal Man. Or. Welty was aged 51 years and was the son Elijah Welty. He was born in canal Dover but was reared in the family . Stockwell. He has a half brother in St. Joe to. When the War broke out he enlisted in the 51st regiment and served during the whole period. After his return from the army he went to new York City and was with a Large dry goods firm for 8 years. After a stay 12 years in the City he came to new Philadelphia. He has been cashier in the citizens National Bank for Many years and was noted Foi his honest and faithful work. His services in the Bank will be greatly missed for he had the Confidence and Esteam All the officers and stockholders. As a citizen he was one the Foremost. He was respected by every one. He leaves 5 children and wife to mourn the loss a devoted father and husband. His funeral took place from his residence yesterday wednesday under the auspices g. A. R., attended by a Host friends our circulation 1,600. Live advertisers always want to know the circulation the paper in which they place their advertise ments. Some the newspaper men j claim that they have the largest \ circulation in town Etc. Did it Ever i occur to you to ask them to prove their claim. The times has a list 1,600, and to prove the same we sex j tend a cordial invitation to All in a Terestea to examine our list count j them As they come from the press. That is the Way we talk and Back up our claim. Will others do the same not they they Are shy and make All manner excuse and say that i it is not business. Our circulation is open to All and we hide nothing in and now by making several trades Der a Bushel. Demand an Examina j1 .1 is a Niameh team Inch him two dollars and a half less than Tion and 11 not Given take your and j nothing by making the trades. He Vert sement where you can get what i says in thinks he will have no trouble gutting five Hundred dollars for them As gathered by our Busy corps Rural correspondents Gilmore. Charles Schneider and family Newcomerstown Are visiting mrs. S. Mother mrs. Maria Berkshire. Rev. Burt is visiting his nieces mrs. Or. Gooding and mrs. J. H. Panning. Miss Alpha Brown returned thursday from a two weeks visit with friends and relatives in Uhrichsville and new Philadelphia. Mrs. Geo. Gray Gnadenhutten spent several Days last week with relatives at this place. Miss Barnes Watson Creek is visiting the family 1. B. Rankins. Miss Laura Morris left Friday last for a Point in Tennessee where she will take charge a school the coming summer. Her Many friends wish her abundant Success in her undertaking. A number our Young people attended the closing exercises the Camp ground school saturday afternoon and remained for the entertainment at night. Warren Arnold left monday for Columbus to finish his course in telegraphy. Miss Cora Ilet Ling visited miss Cora Berkshire sunday. A band real live Fortune telling gypsies descended in our midst one Day last week and considering us peaceable and Well behaved people have concluded to Honor ? us with a prolonged visit. A bitter Shanesville. The boys our town opened the base Ball season by getting up quite a game Ball last sunday and monday no person had any need to ask who played for the players All walked around As stiff As men ninety years old. The teamsters and livery men think that the supervisor had better get the Road scraper and level up the roads so the water can run into the ditches and not wait and let a Little bit rain spoil the roads so badly that it will take a weeks warm Sun to dry them again. Sometime ago Frank Naragon bought a Bay Pony and a Black horse you Call for. We claim the largest circulation in the county and Are prepared to Back it up. Done to be too sure March. The Wise weather Prophet predict All kinds weather for March and they say like the feline foot which is soft and Silky these Bright sunshiny Days have claws in them. Professor Proctor predicts that March will be a very bad month. He says the great storm period will extend from March 7 to april 13. Several principal Low barometers will Cross the continent during the period mentioned. The warm wave will Cross the Western mountains a guess i will better half and the Only Way i care both him and defrauding him. Being j about March 6 and the great Central old and having no Means support valleys about the 9th. The cold had to travel a Over the Hills to the wave will Cross the Western Moun rawas comity it it Hio. I i i j i it k i March Quot 1891. Ceased. Ick Louser 1-3 new Athens Ohio. Next skipped out leaving a new hat and a term begins april 7th 7 courses m pair gloves which can be to clouding Normal Cost less than else deemed by paying for this notice. D 8 3 y Vokt. I partners undersigned in com airs be. I hereby Given that the sip a Xii aug Between the was March 13, 1894, dissolved by Mutual const it. Accounts will be left at Eckerty a shoe store and All persons indebted Are requested to Call and Settle at once. John Eckert j. B. Taylor. March 15, 1894. 12-3. Administrator notice. In is hereby Given that the undersigned has been duly appointed administrator the estate Edward m. Kaserman deceased. Persons having claims against said decedent will please present them for payment and those indebted to the estate will please Call and Settle. I kit 1� k a. K Askam a a m. V. Ream atty. Adm. March 15, 1894. 12-3w where. Catalogue free. 12-4 artificial Wood for furniture roofs insulators Etc., is now made by burning magnesite together with Wood shavings sawdust Cotton Wool. Married by Rev. J. B. Rust match 4, 1894, at the residence . Willamson w. H. Moore and miss Belle s. Boone both this City. The Coshocton age and judge Gault the probate court that county Are having a Parrot and Monkey time it Over purchasing supplies. At the parsonage the German lutheran Church this City March 11, 1894, John j. Affholder and Kate notice. 1mie undersigned has been duly appointed administrator with the will annexed the estate Richard Powleson late Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased. All persons indebted to the state Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance. E d. 19. 1894. 9-3 j . Bock were United in marriage by Rev. J. B. Rust. The after running the Central hotel at Uhrichsville eighteen years landlord William Hill will retire and l. B. Glass will succeed him. Or. Hill was a Good landlord and Many the old timers will miss him. Or. Glass is Well known in this City and his Many friends wish him Success in his new undertaking. He will make a capital landlord. M is. Hopkins never rip knee pants at g. Senhauser amp sons. 12-3. Gerber amp Kaserman two Young i men canal Dover have embarked j in a novel business that Bill posting circular distributing and sign tacking. They intend to give j the business their personal supervision and orders entrusted to their poorhouse a to spend the remainder gains about the 9th, the great Central j the Days allotted to him. He very valleys about the 11th, and the East much disliked the idea dying in the poorhouse and being buried As a j pauper. Or. John c. Donalies told him that he would see that lie got a i docent burial beside his wife at it Wese Hester. On saturday he . J . Rolland Kurtz and others old a friends his in this City added i Money enough to that allowed by j the county to Purchase a respectable coffin and burial outfit and had him sent to Westchester and Given a respectable burial beside his companion who had preceded him to the i spirit land. He was a deserving Man and the kindness his friends j in giving him a decent burial was j commendable. Ern states about the 13th. Remember that blizzards and Snow storms usually and Rains often come with the cold Waves. A cure for headache. As a remedy for All forms headache electric bitters has proved to be the very Best. It effects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We urge All who Are afflicted to procure a bottle and give this remedy a fair trial. In cases when the roads open up. L. Richardson who was staying in Fredericksburg for the last few months has returned Home to stay for the present. Will a Soliloquy take Mollie for my adopt Clara. That can arrange to take Al. Harmon a former resident our town but now an Engineer the handle Railroad is Here a visit to his Many relatives and friends. Mrs. Hattie Tomas Baltic Sun Daved with her sister mrs. Dry Miller it is rumoured that Here will he a wedding Here soon. Wonder who it is Uhrichsville. Col. Harry Sherrod Steubenville visited friends Here one Day last week. Sex judge Mitchell canal Dover attended a banquet Given to sex representative Lambright who leaves j this county for Cleveland. Thomas Swan Cadiz Sun Dayed with friends Here. The republicans had their caucus j John Malone Heads the tickets for i mayor. Rufus Walton for clerk. The republicans had better go to Hamil ton county and get rules which Call i de for republicans Only for Derno crafts voted saturday. Seems like a general election instead a nomination. The Peoples party holds their habitual constipation electric bit convention tuesday and will put a ers cures by giving the needed tone j Strong ticket in the Field. Mrs. E. J. Romi Gison the sick list. Death e. C. Smith. We Are sorry to chronicle the death . De. C. Smith manage Rand one the proprietors our rolling Mills in new Philadelphia. He was ill the Grippe for about two weeks care will receive prompt attention. Aih gone to his Home in Warren j Legal notice. William s. Porter whose place residence is unknown will hike notice that the Atli Day March a. 1. 1894, Annie e. Porter filed her petition in the court common pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio being ease no. 5053, praying a divorce from said William s. Porter the grounds wilful absence for More than three years last past and for other equitable Relief and that said cause will be for hearing and after the 20th Day april 1894. Annie e. Porter. By her attorney. . March 6,1894. Ll-7t insolvent notice n the 7th Day february in the year 1894, the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio declared the estate Jonas Penrod deceased to be probably insolvent. Creditors Are therefore required to present their claims against the estate to the undersigned for allowance within six months from the t Hue above mentioned they will not he entitled to payment. John 11. Penrod executor Jonas Penrod dec d. Feb. 15, 1894. 9-6 , at a. Sale Rel estate. For Sirant to an order Sale made in the probate court Tuscarawas county and state Ohio saturday february 24, 1894, i will offer for Sale at Public auction upon the premises in Auburn township. Tuscarawas county Ohio saturday March 31, afd., 1894. Between 1 clock . And 4 clock . Of said Day the following real estate to Wii situate in Tuscarawas county and state Ohio and known As lot number thirty nine 39 in the second 2 Quarter township seven 7 and Range three 3 containing one Hundred 1 h acres More less. Excepting therefrom ten acres heretofore sold and conveyed to one Jacob Krebs and also another parcel three acres heretofore sold and conveyed to Christian Kinsey and also a still further parcel heretofore sold and conveyed to Simon his Rick ten acres and leaving said lot for ale As aforesaid seventy seven 77 acres More less with the appurtenances and appraised at $1,710. Ter m s a 1 e Cas 11. Harvey Barnhill Assignee in Trust for the Benefit the creditors Henry Mizer. Feb 24, 1894. 10-4 Chestnut and other kinds Trees for posts other kind Wood for 1 Sale. Inquire at this office. Of one the earliest indications j Spring is the Sweet notes the Frog j their music is absent so far which indicate they cannot be fooled into i an Early Spring. During the past week searching parties have been dragging the River for the body we. Bush but up to present writing they have been unable to locate it. A new Coal mine will be opened at Stillwater station shortly. And a Large number miners will be employed. People there Are feeling jubilant Over the fact. John Overholt a wealthy Farmer crooked run Valley died sunday night last. We were unable to learn the particulars As to the immediate cause his death j. I Strawn old town Valley started with his family tuesday for Iowa where he will make his future Home. He bought the for Stylie farm and sold it again. Still a few dozen those 5 pair for a Quarter socks left at g. Senhauser a it pc sons. 12-3, a Huston a former Well known teacher this county but now in i charge the schools at port Washington Ohio contemplates a removal to this Standard. 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 Josiah Ankney will sell at Public auction thursday March 16, 1894, at 1 clock , a number horses cattle sheep and farming implements formerly the property Geo. Ankney. Deceased. Thos. Rourke one the three Brothers charged with robbing the two old Pearch ladies near Dell Roy was found guilty after a weeks trial. Evidence was mostly circumstantial but very Strong and Complete. Somehow we forgot to mention the handsome new dress the new Philadelphia times in Enterprise Bro Moore is not behind any and he is certainly entitled to Hearty support from his party a Uhrichsville chronicle address Call them at canal Dover. Read Burnsides Price list last Page. It will Knock your Eye out. There will be an easter opening Spring hats and bonnets March 16th and 17th, at 8. Runners in the Deis Block two doors above Post j office canal Dover. Ladies you 1 will miss a grand sight if you fail to go and see the handsome styles. People have no right to disfigure j the Silver Coin paper Money by i pasting advertisements the one j and writing names upon the other under a penalty. Quite a number pieces Money both Coin and paper Are thus stamped by a concern i in canal Dover who sails under the i i Guise a a a. 8. Auction this is a Dodge to get illegal advertise men regardless National Laws. G. Senhauser amp sons Are selling1 boys Short pants upits at 55, 65, 75, j and 85 cents a suit. Good wearers at that. Have you Ever heard anything so cheap Call and see i them 12-3. While in Uhrichsville monday we j had the pleasure meeting a Mcdonald a Jolly Good fellow and j a True Blue Republican. Or Mcdonald keeps a general store dry i goods groceries notions &c., main j Street Uhrichsville. He has by fair dealing built up a lucrative Trade. Just Call at his store when you want to buy anything in his line and you will get your Money a Worth. Mrs. Mary mock residing St. Clair Street this City died saturday March 10th, 1894, after a lingering illness chronic pleurisy her age is about thirty years and leaves a husband and a child five months old to mourn their loss. She was an estimable lady loved and honoured by All who became acquainted with her funeral took place tuesday following. Rev. J. T. Smith will deliver two i his famous lectures in the Baptist Church thursday and Friday even Ings March 22 and 23. Subject a Egypt the holy land. These j lectures ill be illustrated by the use the stereo Titan. Between seventy five and one Hundred views will be thrown canvass. An Opportunity will thus be Given to visit All the prominent places in Italy Greece Egypt Ahdieh holy land. Admission to the two lectures 35? single admission 25?. Ohio and was there when death claimed him Friday last. His death was quite a Shock to his Many friends in this cite. He had been in to the bowels and few cases Long resist the use this Medicine. Try it once. Large bottles Only fifty cents at f. C. Miller it pc son s drug store. Easter Millit Tery opening. The ladies new Philadelphia Are most cordially invited to attend the easter opening Spring hats and bonnets March 16, and 17, at s. S. Runners Deis Block two doors above Post office canal Dover. Real estate transfers. Or Geo. L. Haverfield Cadiz is visiting his son. Or. Haverfield. C. B. Thompson spent several Days in Cleveland last week. ,.Philip Arbogasto a heirs to William charge the nulls in this place As Kinsey 170 acres and Loi 29, Jeffer manager for two years More. He son $2100. And his wife boarded at the Exchange hotel. He was a Good Clever fellow and was possessed considerable this worlds goods. Or. Smith was a Large robust Man and one you would least expect to be carried off so suddenly. He was about 45 years age. He leaves a wife. Any one wanting carpets washed will please bring it to Jno. E. Warners steam Washer at the West end St. Clair water Street new Philadelphia. Terms 4 cts. Per Yard received and delivered. All work guaranteed. 12-4 Uhrichsville Republican primary. The republicans Mill township and Uhrichsville held their primary saturday last. It was a spirited one too. The following ticket was nominated in Uhrichsville mayor John Milone clerk Rufus Walton treasurer John f. Myers councilmen a. A Greenlee 4. F. Hammond and Oscar e. Hunt Marshall Andrew j. Goodwin. 1. C. Ball was nominated for Justice the peace. On the township ticket Rufus Walton clerk we. Mccollins. Trustee David m. Dickinson.Philip Cahill constables John w. Adams David Brown and Frank b. Holliday assessors. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remain unclaimed in this sheriff Adams to Nicholas Ludi 40 acres sugar Creek $1200. Alfred Davis to Mary e. Judd 33-100 acres new Philadelphia $1225. Daniel nigh to David Cook part lots22, 23,24,new Philadelphia $850. C. I. Grimes to Harriet Crawford lots 36, 37, new Philadelphia $450. Josephine r. And f. H. Miller to d. B. Bayless trustee nine lots new Philadelphia $1700. C. H. Slingluff to Elias Wenger lot 3, Dover $300. Christian Boss to Louise Boss 16b, acres sugar Creek $600. George Betscher it. Al., to Bertha t. Weber lots 10 and 11, Dover $400. Louis Brucks to John kerch part lot 1, Dover $1100. Maurice Moody to 8. Roberts lots 13 and 14, Dennison $300. Robert Swearingen to h. E. Cole 5 37-100 acres Goshen $805.50. B. F. Wells to Edward Englehart 99, Blakes Mills $700. Salathiel Morris to Cora m. Guthrie part lot 5, Uhrichsville $300. J. A. Horn to the a l. Amp w. Ray co., part lot 13, Dover $400. Kerch Brucks to Frederick rip Pel lot 4, Dover $212. H. C. Vinton to Augustus Beyer it. Al % interest lot 67, Uhrichsville $2000. H. C. Vinton to Beyer it pc Lieser <2 interest 106 59-100 acres and lot 259, Goshen $5000. Mary e. And s. L. Wilcoxon to William Knowles 3-16 acres Mill $350. The Dennison manuf. Cons. As signee to g. T. Fleming part lots 1 and 2, Dennison $1800. Eleanor and h. A Cole to Ella Gundy 50 acres Goshen $1.0 port Washington. Miss Myra Hammersly an estimable Young lady this place died sunday after a years illness lung and liver trouble. She was born and raised in port Washington and would have been 26 years age the 21st next month. All that could be was done to save her but All to no Avail and at the time above stated death came and gently pressed the eyes to that sleep that knows no waking and the spirit the Young daughter and sister took its flight upward and Onward to that Home beyond the stars to the father who gave miss Hammersly possessed a kind and affectionate disposition. She had a wide Circle warm friends who will greatly miss her. Funeral takes place wednesday afternoon. Book knowledge is not the Only thing requisite in a physician. Unless he is born for the business unless he has the Subtle in indefinable Power looking through a Man and seeing the disease in its most secret hiding place he will never be a Good physician even though he graduated from a German University. A Man May dissect and vivisect he May know every detail human Anatomy till he can by looking at Bane heaps and fossils Trace the decent his ancestry Down to the lowest Marsupial and beyond he May know All those things and More but Una Tell he is born for a physician he will never Rise above mediocrity. An illustration the great advantage Given to a Man by an inborn Power diagnosis is seen in the results the practices drs. France amp Tran the France medical Institute. These eminent doctors have had to be sure All the advantages thorough College training and widespread experience which the most ambitious physicians could desire but by the Side others who have that fitness and nothing else they stand out preeminent. Their cures Are remarkable. They Are worked in cases which seem utterly hopeless and no one no matter what his malady should despair until after consulting drs. France amp Ott Man. Drs. Ottman and franc formerly new York now the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia monday March 19. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor Sherman House from 9 a. M. To 6 p. M. One Day Only. Three Days is a very Short time in which to cure a bad Case rheumatism but it can be done if proper treatment is adopted As will be seen by the following from James Lambert new Brunswick 111. A a i was badly afflicted with rheumatism in the hips and legs when i bought a bottle chamberlains pain Balm. It cured me in three Days. I am All right to Day and would insist every one who is afflicted with that terrible disease to use chamberlains pain Balm and get Well at 50<5 bottles at f. C. Miller amp songs. He got onto their password. A Good one is told the boys which comes from Egypt. A in a Little town in South Illinois in a Section where the Farmers Alliance is Strong and a Lodge that organization flourished in the town they meet monday nights and As there is Only one Lodge room in the town tuesday nights it is occupied by the local Branch knights pythias. The president one the country sub alliances came to town tuesday. He had visited the town Alliance and when he saw lights in the Lodge room concluded he would go Over. He gave the proper Knock at the outer door. The wicket was raised and an ear was placed at it to hear the password. A i plow i Hoe i Spade a whispered the Alliance Man. The ear was replaced by an Eye and in its turn gave place to a Mouth which whispered in reply the h�?1 you do a and the wicket dropped with a bang. The indignant Farmer soon met a a brother to whom he told his tale woe. A Why dad blame it a was the Sharp comment his brother a themes knights pythias and you be Given Mem our a dogged if i ainu to was the response a but a Bright tuning up a Durny Mem in be got the strongest recommendation that any article can have is the endorsement the mothers 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 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 a the nations Capitol. Interesting tips the doings our Wise lawmakers. President Cleveland has according to information from a trustworthy source positively refused to act As As mediator Between the democrats the Fiina Nee committee and the democratic senators who have been fighting for Radical changes in the Tariff Bill in order to protect certain industries in their states. When asked to do so he is said to have indulged in some very vigorous language concerning criticisms which democratic senators have made upon the floor the Senate and elsewhere about his alleged interference with the legislative Branch the government and to have expressed Surprise that he should have anything to do with the matter. This is in Accord by my understanding one the reasons for the presidents Hunting trip. He wished to be away from Washington while the democratic senators were agreeing upon the Tariff Bill and was both surprised and disappointed when he returned to find that an agreement had not been reached feelings probably shared by ninety five per cent the democratic party. It seems difficult to convince the Republican senators that they do not possess All the parliamentary knowledge and skill in that body but they were very cleverly outwitted by the democrats this week in a scheme their own putting up. A Republican caucus decided to Spring the immediate consideration the Bland Bill for the coinage the seigniorage which passed the House last week the Senate counting upon the votes the populists and upon forcing the Silver democrats to choose Between Tariff and Silver their idea being to keep the Bland Bill before the Senate for an indefinite period in order to prevent consideration the Tariff Bill. The democrats Learned this programme and gave the republicans a Surprise they have not yet recovered from by taking the initiative in getting the Bland Bill before the Senate senator Voorhees stating that is it would probably be about ten d ays before the Tariff Bill now before the full finance committee would be ready for the consideration the Senate and that that time was ample for the disposition the Bland Bill senator Sherman made an ineffect-1 Ual Effort to have the Bland Bill sent to committee. Senators Vest and Mcpherson made j personal explanations in the Senate 1 this week concerning charges made i against them in a new York paper j having speculated in the Stock i the sugar Trust their knowledge what the sugar clause the Tariff Bill was to be. Senator Vest said a i May As Well say now once for All that such publication As this is a vile slander and the Man who repeats it is a wilful and malicious senator Mcpherson said that he did sometimes buy stocks for investment not speculation and that when he was in the South some weeks ago his brokers acting under a standing order to buy certain stocks when they could be had at certain prices bought 1000 shares sugar Stock for him. As soon As he returned and Learned the Purchase he instructed his brokers to sell the Stock and to buy no More As he did not wish to hold it while sugar was being discussed by the finance committee. The usual bids for the Soldier vote were made by the Republican members the House during the debate the pension appropriation Bill. It was the old old Story. Postmaster general Bissell does no to accept any Halfway business from contractors under his department. The president the Pacific mail steamship company was made this fact this week through quam ted with Many mothers in cent Berville who would not be without it an a Docial notification that the con jibs lately pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. Latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 10h Wall Street new York. New Philadelphia markets. Flour Best family per bbl. Per sack. New process per sack. Quot Amber per sack. Wheat per Bushel. Corn per Bushel. Oats. Rye. Oil meal per 10u pounds. Timothy seed per Bushel. Clover seed per Bushel. Hay. Per ton. Butter per Pound. Elks. Per dozen. Hams per Pound. Shoulders per Pound. Ldes per Pound. Lard per Pound. Tallow per Pound. Potatoes per Bushel. Chickens per p it mud. Turkeys per Pound. Geese. Ducks per Pound. 9 3 00 85 90 75 50 60 35 00 i 75 2 50. 0 00. 10 00. 18@2i 15. I0 g 12. 7@s. 7@9 10 04 60. 5 it. I. 40 650 00 great bankrupt 4<sale. A the Dodd amp Sutton Stock clothing hats / Caps a a n i it a cents furnishing goods. N the House for a Good Many times its Cost and Are recommending it every 50c bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son the shocking feature the trolley system is a the live a the people this Vicinity insist having chamberlains cough remedy and do not want any other a says John v. Bishop 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 for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Peter Jackson is better developed the left than the right Side. So Are several other men now before the Public. We invite women who suffer from periodical headaches other nervous troubles Peculiar to women to write mrs. Lena Cooper 1534 Lorain St., Cleveland o., with stamp to hear How terribly she suffered and doctors help her but was cured by . Wheelers nerve Vit Alizer. Sold by gentle he a drug store. The easter hat shows no indications that the times Are Are hard. It is fully As elaborate and expensive As Ever. Brants Balsam has no equal Quality and size considered. Large 25 and 50< bottles by Gentsch a drug j store. We have Given a. Bippus amp son the done to forget that magic dyes give fast colors which do not Crock and flee and will be sent to the dead i color about double the goods other j letter office if not claimed by March brands at Gentsch a drug store. �?~26, 1894. Isaiah r. Shepherd Maggie col Lings l. L. Dunlavy Sarah e. Gray a s. Gibson mrs. May Keppeler c. E. Myers. Please say a a advertised when asking for above. I. Wyss p. M. Marriage permits. Sherman s. Smith Florence e. Gilbert. George Jobars Katie Smith. Jno h. Gardner Mary Mcshafer. We h. Moore Belle s. Boone. Philip Linda Minnie Vogel. Abram n. Garber Mary c. Over. U. B. Revival. The revival which has been in pro Gross at the United Brethren Church in this City since Christmas con i tines with remarkable j Rev. J. F. Shepherd pm. D. Of Mas Sillon o., will assist the pastor Dur i ing this week As also will Rev. John i Morgan . A called session the i quarterly conference will be held i wednesday at 2 p. M. Rev. W. O. Siffert p. E. Of the District will officiate. The subscription for the new Church will begin this week. Hartwood. Rev. J. I. Murphy closed a very successful series meetings at this a it lace last week. The Church was revived and quite a number converted. Ten were received into the Church last sunday and there Are still others who intend to unite. Rev. Murphy is an Earnest worker in the masters Vineyard. Or. And mrs. Henry Decker visited their son A. Decker and family the first this week. Evans Palmer will work fora Farmer near Gnadenhutten the coming summer. Mrs. And mrs. Daniel Kees Albany visited relatives in Rush township last saturday and sunday. A . Miskimen Newcomerstown was in this Section recently Hunting Clay suitable for making paint. I be found some that he thought would do n. Weingarth a farm and sent a Sample to Cleveland to be tested. T. A. Smith will remain another year with Josiah Murphy. He is a Good farm hand. H. A Miller shipped a car Load horses about two weeks ago and Nisja Gerlov in new Philadelphia for our now buying again. Horses Are very Barley malt whisky distilled from Low compared with what they have malted Barley. It is Rich and nutria been a few years age. Cious and free from All impurity. For mrs. Sarah Williams departed this the sick and feeble it is a True tonic life March 3, 1894, at the Home her e. H. Chase amp co., distillers son w. S. Fisher near Philadelphia Louisville Tkv. Roads Harrison county. She was i better known through this locality Columbus authorizes Are scared As mrs. Delong widow the late Over the increase Small pox cases Abraham Delong but a few years ago was United in marriage with a . Williams Dennison who is now deceased. She had been a sufferer for Many years from rheumatism and had the la Grippe most cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt in that City. Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for leave orders for Peacock Coal with 40,000 Bank posts for Sale. Inquire p. H. Read in township building. 1-24 j at this office. Of. This Winter but received a paralytic stroke about two weeks before her death. The first stroke was followed quickly by the second and finally by the third. She was born Jan. 24, 18j2. She leaves a son step son and step daughter who will miss her usual Welcome. Her step son Delong and her grandchildren Zella z. Delong and A. I it c ver from this place attended the funeral i which was held tuesday March 6th. . Z. Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and Al skin eruptions and positively cure piles no required. It is Guau anted to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25? per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Raspberry plants for Sale. About 30,000 four the Best varieties. For particulars inquire address we. Judy 11-4 new Philadelphia Tract Between the government and his company for the transportation mails Between new York and the isthmus Panama and Between san Francisco and the japanese and chinese ports made under the subsidy act the notorious billion Dollar Congress would be cancelled because the failure the company to comply with the terms the contract. Mails will continue to be sent j by the steamers this line but Only j the usual prices will be paid for car-1 trying them instead an extra sub j Sidy $1 a mile for All the distance covered. The cancelling this contract leaves Only two lines the a red do line Between new York and the North coast South America and the Ward line Between new York Cuba and Mexico operating under the subsidy Law As the american line Between new York and Southampton will not begin to receive its subsidy until next october. The House democratic caucus held this week to consider the advisability making some change in the rules looking towards an easier Way getting and keeping a quorum accomplished nothing because it was not itself attended by a there is one Way in which the democrats the House could largely increase their popularity help the Darty and always have a quorum by simply attending the sessions the House but this seems to have been entirely overlooked by some them. The grip an experience with this disease during All its past epidemics warrants the bold claim that i r. Kings j new discovery will positively cure each and every Case if taken in time and patient takes the Ordinary care to avoid exposure. Another thing has been proven that those who have used . Kings new discovery escape the Manv troublesome after results this disease. By All Means get a bottle and try it. It is guaranteed and Money will be refunded if no Good results follow its use. Sold by f. C. Miller amp son. Mid Winter excursions via the Pennsylvania lines. The special Low rate excursions to san Francisco san Diego let a Angeles san Bernardino and other California Points now Feu Aale via Pennsylvania line will be Good returning until july 15,1894. Excursion lists can select any route from Chicago St. Louis. For particulars please apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent address Dusen chief i assistant general passenger agent Pittsburgh a. We bought at sheriffs Sale the above Stock and Are now closing it out at about fifty cents. A a i1 ii my mumps amp Mem Nebr the Dollar. A a a a a no Humbug a genuine bankrupt Sale i he Chance your life time for cheap clothing. Done to miss it merchant tailoring at Cut prices. Browne amp Myers new Philadelphia Ohio

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