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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 2, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $1.65. Times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday nov. 2, 1893. Number 45. Baking powder absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal raking powder co. 106 Wall St.,y new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block. Second floor North Broadway. 49thb new Philadelphia times will be Pubil sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year in advance#1.00 if not paid within three ?T8 a a it it Dar remittances should he sent by draft a eggs tired letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication to the times. Democratic state ticket. For governor Lawrence t. Neal Ross county. For lieutenant governor William a. Taylor Franklin county. For judge supreme court John w. Sater Darke county. For treasurer state Brisbin c. Blackburn Coshocton county. For attorney general John p. Bailey Putnam county. For member Board Public works Louis p. Wilhelm Summit county. For Dairy and food commissioner p. Ii. Mckeown Hamilton county. For dem a tic Sena Tori a l ticket. State senator 18th and 19th joint senatorial districts John a. Buchanan. County ticket. For representative David a. Lam Bright for probate judge Jasper ii. Mitchell. For treasurer Jacob 1iawk. For clerk court James f. Milar. For sheriff Basil 1. Downey for prosecuting attorney Joseph t. Mccullough. For recorder Hugh t. Minnis. For commissioner Adam Miller. For Surveyor Fred Rev Reichenba ii . For infirmary directors full terms George Crater Short a a a Geo. K. Arthur. Business directory. Democratic meetings the democratic executive committee Tuscarawas county o., announces the following meetings saturday evening nov. 4, at Ragersville hons. H. H. Porter and j. T. Mccullough. Let the local democratic organizations and democrats generally the respective townships see to it that the people turn out and hear the issues the Day ably discussed. Graphic sketches. Personal and general news items. How to cast Yoiiro vote Legal in the first place to be a voter you must he a male citizen not less than 21 years old election Day tuesday november 7th, 1893, and 011 that Day you must have been a resident Ohio for one year Tuscarawas county for 30 Days and if unmarried and not the head a family you must have lived in the precinct township in which you Are to vote 20 Days. On election Day when you come to vote Tell your name then you will he handed a printed ballot having it All the different tickets Republican democratic Peoples party and prohibitionist. At the top each ticket is a Circle If you want to vote a a a straight tickets put a Cross in the Circle at the Lead the ticket you want to vote. Put the Cross Mark in Only one Circle fora if you put it in More than one these circles you lose your vote and spoil the ticket. If you want to vote a a a mixed ticket put a Cross Mark at the left hand Side the name every Man you want to vote for. If you do not Mark when you Are voting a a a mixed a a split ticket at the left hand Side each Many a name you want to vote for you lose your vote for those you do not Mark. If you want to vote a straight ticket be sure and put your straight Cross Mark in the Circle at the top your ticket and not at the left hand the first name 011 the ticket for if you do Mark at the left hand the first name Only you vote Only for governor and lose your vote for the rest the ticket. Do not put any Mark writing 011 your ticket except the Cross Mark. Do not Cross out scratch out any printed name 011 tin ticket. Make Only the Cross Mark. Make it 011 the proper place places and it shows How you want to vote without any other Marks. If you done to understand How to do it done the afraid to ask the judges to help you. That is what they Are there for. Use Only a Black Lead Pencil you will find one at each shelf where you Mark your ticket. If you accidentally spoil you ticket when making it ask the judges for another. On election Day tuesday november 7th, the Booths Are open from 0 a. M., to 0 p. M., Standard time. Woven together for our Many readers ii. A. Parmelee the Wood worker. Mrs. F. Horning returned Home last week. The boys and girls had a rip roaring time halloween night. Marne Hilton Uhrichsville is visiting her grandparents. Lew Myers is Home from Washington d. C., to recuperate. Mrs. Will Marks and baby Ruth Are guests mrs. O. Knisely. Done to forget the Benefit Ball election nigh. Election news will be read. H. A. Parmelee the Wood worker makes nearly All the Wood mantels. A Breezy time at opera House nov. 8th. Reserved seat tickets at Halls. Linen Sale at s. S. Urferd a thursday and Friday nov. 9th and 10th. Brants Balsam the great cough cure always in sight at f. H. Gentsch. Mrs. Gallagher Pittsburgh is the guest her parents . And mrs. Custer. Wanted an apprentice girl at mrs. Ada russells millinery store East High Street. Buy the Brewster boots and shoes for Sale by Myers amp Rosch no. 119, est High St. 3t. Win. Swinehart has accepted a position As messenger b Gay Ioyne w. U. Telegraph office the ladies the reformed Church will give an Oyster supper in g. A. R. Hall nov. 7th, night. On the move tramps. Take your screen doors off. Did you see the Florida bats Benefit Ball election night. A Breezy time wed. Nov. 8. Or. And mrs. Huston Hay Coshocton Are visiting in this City. Mrs. Inett read and mrs. Orson Lusk returned from Chicago As saturday. Married by Rey. Rust last thursday at the parsonage we. Angel and Cornelia Beaber both old town. Mrs. Ada Russell has gone to Pittsburgh to buy goods and will return in a few Days with a Tine assortment. The Little red school House shoe is the Best school shoe in the Market and for Sale by Myers a Rosch no. 119 East High Street. 3t John Rvan assistant a a Bossy the sewer was considerably squeezed last saturday by being caught in a Cave in while working in the Trench. A cruel trick was that one by some one knocking out the Teeth a ground hog so that he could not gnaw out the Box while exhibition last week. Mrs. Ben Compton arrived in this City tuesday. Will visit a few Days among tier husbands people and return with him to their Home in Boulder Colorado. Special rallying services at the it. B. Sunday school next Sabbath 9 a. Rev. H. Cole Midvale will occupy the u. B. Pulpit Sabbath Evenmo. Best record a Breezy time at opera House wednesday night nov. 8. Fifteen the teachers our schools visited the Massillon and Canton schools Friday. Married oct. 25th, South Broadway by Rev. Rust Andrew Gilgen and Kate m. Torgier. We. Clark has lately secured a Pii Cork legs by which he is enabled to get about quite freely. Mrs. Charles Scott won the 1st prize offered by John h. Kinsey fancy work at the Street fair. Rev. G. Smith the newly elected pastor the lutheran Church will begin regular services sunday. The u. B. Church social will be held at the Home the pastor Rev. Cole 260, East ave., Friday night. Democrats remember that our candidates Are All Good men and Are entitled to the full party vote. H. A. Parmelee a Matcher makes the the finest Sidig ceiling and flooring any machine in the county. 3t mrs. Rebecca Ramst y Deersville is visiting relatives in canal Dover and new Philadelphia this week. Try a pair the nox Emall Oil Grain shoes Best in the world at Myers amp Rosen 119, East High St. 3t reserved seats Sale at Halls jewelry store for a Breezy time at opera House wednesday night nov. 8th. It is great. Go the . S. E., the lutheran Church will give a very interesting dec Stert ailment Luther Day nov. 12th. Everybody go. Some the nicest Wood mantels we have Ever seen Are being made at h. A. Parmelee a for the new residence Robert Mccleary. A tight squeeze. John is Ivey aged about 50, was seriously injured about noon thursday last while shovelling in the sewer ditch. The heavy planking which is to hold the sides from caving in gave Way catching him below the Waist and holding him firm. It was with Ucli difficulty he was released from his pinioned position. Lie was kindly cared for and at present is still suffering from internal injuries which May prove f Atal. 300 shiners no Good. Among the Many curiosities at the Street fair last week a Book Many years was quite an attraction. Being a Bible translated by Martin Luther in the year 1591, and is now 302 years old and has been kept remarkably Well by the owners. Mrs. Adolph Hafenbrak Blakes Mills is the proud possessor the Bible which was handed Down by her great great great Grandfather a resident Germany in by gone Days. An offer 8300. Friday for it was refused. An ancient relict. Wonderful things now a Days Are discovered to enlighten the world. A few Days ago Alex. Moore a lad 9 Summers and a grandson Levi Knisely this City was playing about an old Ash Heap in a now vacant lot a few Days ago accidentally unearthed a Copper Coin about the size a half Dollar. When it was cleaned up the Date attracted attention As Well As the hieroglyphics ancient times. It is dated 1250, which makes it 643 years old. Levi would not part with the ancient relict. Uhrichsville jottings. Are you a Lover fancy work Avail yourself the special Sale fancy linens for Christmas presents. At s. S. Urferd a this City nov. 9th and 10th. Chicago a mayor dered. Mur . A. Vail Del 3nf t z 3 t. Quot office in City blocs Over Fribley a hardware every Democrat should vote l. T. Neal for governor. The next National ticket largely depends 011 the results in Ohio. Tose Pii Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delpui. Ohio August a 1890. 33yl t ii. Booth a put your Mark in the Circle at the top the democratic ticket and you will he Safe. Done to try to Mark elsewhere you May lose year entire vote. Actor n by at a a a democrats look out for a Roar Hacks a political documents and th�0ott How i 8torips Al it Ems at the closing the Campaign at a time when the can the contradicted. Put you Mark in the Circle at the head the democratic ticket and you will not regret it. Done to forget. Notary Public Aud conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts office up stairs North Broadway. Or. Byron c. Hender3hot. A a a t an cd set Ian Volt. Of kick and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. Ellis plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl the selection Jas. F. Milar for clerk courts was one the Best moves the party made nomination Jim As Arisen step by step and the smiling countenance m. A. Shontz was noticeable in the w. U. Telegraph office last week. He was assisting operator a a Peter Matlack and is an expert in that Art. Or. Isaac couts one Washington township Oidest and prominent citizens wan at the county Seal 011 Legal buc in is tuesday. He does considerable business in a Leeal Way for his neighbors. Or. Daniel Stemple Beaverdam Valley took the Premium in buckwheat and two lots Corn. This Speaks Well for . Stemple As a Farmer. We saw his Corn and buckwheat and it was very flue. Mrs. We. Morris Brooklyn near canal Dover died cancer and dropsy Early tuesday morning at the age go years. Deceased was an estimable Ehn Stian lady and leaves a husband and two daughters to mourn her untimely departure. Or. D. A. Patterson Ada o., son David Patterson Winfield this county and miss Cora Benfer daughter e. R. Benfer Franklin township were married thursday october 19th. They visited the worlds fair and will locate at Ada George Mathias had the finest Load Coal at the Street fair that we have seen for Many Days. There is no better Coal in the county and we doubt whether it has an equal. We know whereof we speak for we have tried it. The Load locked As though it would weigh four tons. Day d r. Joseph f. Fox office Over sent sch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day eight. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. May 25-Ly. H. H. Porter attorney at Law has 110 end friends among the citizens our county lie seems to have the working mensa support and coupled with his natural business sagacity As Well As a thorough appreciation the duties the office he will us doubly go in with a whoop special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w. High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D. Richards. D r. P. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to 10 a. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. .7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. The Hawley House. Cleveland Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a Tel 2.0 0 per Day. Heated by steam. Elevator electric tells and All modern improvements. 31yl the Olio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other a a nth. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. R. Hendershot adjuster. For Sale Good meat Market and fixtures Good Trade Good town a bargain for anyone Good reason for Selling. Address the times office. Of a recent Issue the Cleveland Leader contained an article showing up the Progress the Iron Industry in the South and made the statement that a shipment 30,000 tons pig Iron was made to England and that the same pig Iron was delivered at Seaboard for $7.25 per ton Aud was to bring in the English Market 52 shillings Sterling $12. 75 per ton. The Pennsylvania Iron men can not make it for $12.75, hence they need Protection against Alabama manufacturers More than against England any other foreign country. Why ask Protection against England then when the u. S. Are finding a Market in that country the u. S. Is no infant these Days. The Well known fur Loos Walter Buhl amp co., will be represented at my store next monday and tuesday nov. 6 and 7, with a full line furs and Seal garments. Everybody invited to come and see them. Will also take orders for repairing old garments. John Burry Nav Philadelphia Saturday evening while Tom Durm and Mike Graham were out driving a Wagon Load Drunken miners ran into their carnage upsetting it and throwing the occupants out when they were seriously Cut and bruised about the head. The horse broke for tall Timber while the inebriated wended their Way making night hideous by their unearthly a Dos. Spain is at War with the moors the people who inhabit what is known As the Barbary states in the North Africa 011 the Mediterranean. In a recent Battle the spaniards were worsted and had to Flea to their forts and entrenchments. They also lost the general commanding who was killed and carried from the Field by the moors hut the body was afterwards retaken. The closing the great fair at Chicago carries with it into history a tragedy that is a disgrace to fair America. Sadness in the great City Chicago takes the place merriment. Carter Harrison mayor the Cir a and a noted personage is hurled into eternity to gratify the insane whims a misguided wretch. Saturday night Eugene Prndergast a youth Man who seems to have been a student Henry George and who perhaps has imbibed the spirit anarchy gained admission to the Hanson residence and asked to see . Harrison who at that time was in the dining room and who came out the room hearing his name called Only to be shot Down by the fiend receiving 3 balls m his body. The villain escapes from the House and gives himself up to the police. Harrison died in 20 minutes after the shots were fired lie was to have been married the 7th this month. It is time that Chicago would stamp out every taint anarchy. Asleep in Jesus. A Brief Bright earthly life gradient while it lasted with Sunshine and Joy for All around and to human View full Promise for the future has come to a close. Louise daughter John Wolf Trenton died monday oct. 23d, aged 19 yrs. 4 pcs. And 17 Days. There was 111 her the Bright sparkle and effervescence a mind which was singularly Quick in its apprehension and peculiarly Active and Alert in its movements. For years she had been an invalid but that while it did not mar her cheerful a Ness gave Only a finer and More sensitive Quality. She came Early under the influence the gospel Christ. Her piety however was More pervasive in its influence Over All her conduct than Given to express itself in any one form. Hence it is that her loss is mourned by the whole Community which could be seen wednesday by the immense attendance at her funeral conducted by her former pastor Rev. Herbster Irwim pa., assisted by the Rev. Creider Tuscarawas and another pastor. L. L. A very foolish trick. Jamie Dearborn chief clerk for the c. Amp p. R. R. ., at this place met with a painful Accident last saturday. He took a Railroad torpedo and to have some fun he placed it the track and with a heavy crowbar struck it. The explosion followed and Jamie received a lesson he will Long remember. He dropped the crowbar and clasped his hands Over his right Eye and broke for Home. A physician was called in to dress the wound which was a severe Cut close to the eyeball doubtless caused by a piece to e Cap Shell. The Side his face is terribly burned and bruised. The Eye May be injured. It was a very foolish undertaking but experience is a dear teacher sometimes. To a t. A Trace imbed in to a popinjays Varie Quot to an absence Hurrih to a posture in Socie to a Lek Calm Urbani to no Cash in superfluid a spice bold profanity no hint ingenuity a want generosity a Lump rash Demerit some grammar less verbosity a vein Insi Ceri to no visible Abili to a11 Over plus Vani to a studied inc Yili to an evident Insani to starched Linen in immensity a dress without Congruity a wit utter Densi to and there a your Masher to a to w. Terry who has been in the drug business at Elkton. Ky., for the past twelve years says a chamber lain a cough remedy gives better satisfaction than any other cough Medicine i have Ever there is Good reason for this. No other will cure a cold so quickly no other is so certain a preventative and cure for croup no other affords so much Relief in a amp spa whooping cough. For Sale by f. Miller amp son druggists. Marriage permits. G. S. Huston was called to Columbus to the bedside his son who is at the Point death. U. 8. G. Clemens and Charles Thorax son returned from the worlds fair where they had a grand time. L. Smith and daughter returned from the worlds fair last saturday much pleased with the White City. Business is improving gradually and prospects indicate a successful outcome soon in that direction. Frank Thompson left for Cape Ger Ardeau mo., to visit his son Daniel who is employed in the French meat Market in that City. Election Day is drawing nigh and the candidates the different parties Are making a great Hustle to capture the prize. Al. Getz and Quinn the county seat were Heie saturday hanging Bills Fer a Benefit Ball election night at their town. Julius Fields was robbed $40.00 Friday afternoon the West Side at the 3d Street crossing occurring at 3 p. The criminals made their escape As usual. The Uhrichsville band captured 1st prize at the Street fair held in new Philadelphia last week. For this we congratulate the boys As they have been quite diligent in their practice and Are capable rendering some Yery Fine selections. Mill. Gilmore Cullings. Mrs. James Arnold is the sick list. Born to Benj. Kinsey and wife one Day last week a bouncing Bov. Blanch Lanning will leave this week for her uncles in Columbiana county. Otis Morris returned from a trip to the worlds fair Friday last week. Aus. Merchant Ubrich Syville visited his Mother Here sunday last. Harry Hogue and miss Beans Westchester spent Sabbath with r. L. Morris. Eber Miller left tuesday to visit relatives in Nebraska. Will Stop in Chicago a few Days. Phil Lanning and wife Tuscarawas passed through Here saturday their Way to visit Lannings Mother in Perry township. The Flag presentation will take place saturday nov. 4th, instead oct. 28, As before stated. Everybody a invited. Good music and a Royal Good time is anticipated. Bitter Sweet. Baltic whittling Washington letter. G. Swope and wife spent sunday with friends at Dresden. Mayme Shumacher returned to her Home at Canton after a pleasant visit with her aunt Lottie Huffman. We. Domer wife and son Jesse and mrs. Benj. Domer have returned from the worlds fair. Edith Metzler spent a week at the world s fair and from there went to Gibson City iii., to visit her grandma and Uncle. Protracted meeting will commence at the u. B. Church in a week two mrs. Lenz is visiting . And mrs. Llopes at Chagrin Falls. Or. Metzler and daughter Jessie spent monday at the residence his Mother and made a trip to Bloomfield. Lover horse flesh John Martin Hattie Mizer. William ferns Eliza Riggle. Eugene Wengert May stir tier. Orla Downey Sarah Kuhns. Daniel Germany armida True. John Ingham Minnie Mercer. Andrew Gilgen Kate Torgier. Isaac Nusbaum Susan Stocker. R. Mccartney Jennie Robinson. William Angels Cornelia Beaber. William Sudduth Susan Hissman. William Wheaton Susie Eichenlaub. Aliens naturalized. Saturday morning John Lersch a Swiss went into the country purchased a horse for $5.00, taking it Home Aud in the afternoon slaughtered it for his own family use. John was assisted by a Man from Blakes Mills named Joss. He claims that it made him three tubs if meat is healthier sweeter and much cheaper than paying 16 cents a Pound for beef. It is the first Case its kind record in Tuscarawas county. Some one attempted to file an affidavit against Lersch but the mayor claimed he had a perfect to do it so Long As he would not sell any. Or. H. T. Minnis has kept a Model office As recorder. The people should Reward him with the second term. He is a poor Man and needs it. Republicans Are to it ing to a a Honey you with Flitt Eirand expect to capture All the county offices. Beware their St ories owing to not having fair weather our Street fair was very fair having a very fair attendance and the curiosities fair. Fair haired Farmers with their families made a fair hand and fair ones feared to Fain for fear the affair would be a failure. As to fairness our Busiutis men acted fair and the prizes took a great Many fairly by Surprise As some were very fair spoken in their remarks As to the interest taken in the fair. May sue for damages. On thursday evening last week while Christ Intermill Black band was driving to our City in a single Rig and the evening being rather dark from heavy Clouds met with an Accident that might have proved fatal. On West High-St., where the Trench is being made for the sewer he accidentally re into it. No doubt but the electric lights blinded both him and the horse but however no red lights were visible to give warning and the horse plunged headlong in dragging buggy and Man along. Intermill was in a very strange predicament and by the horse struggling to free itself he was considerably bruised about the head and body but luckily no Bones were broken. Some parties passing by assisted him when All were gotten out the Trench. The Man was found some what injured while the horse was considerably used up the buggy Hills broken and the harness torn. It was Lucky for Intermill that he did not get killed. We learn that after the Accident red lights were placed at the crossing. As the old saying is which is True that a after the horse is stolen lock the stable a which undoubtedly was proven. Some talk Intermill sueing for damages. Following is a list aliens whom probate judge Mitchell issued naturalization papers to during the past few Days James Lintern and William Weston England John Buehler Switzerland. Notice to creditors and debtors. Anyone knowing himself to be indebted to the estate Nicholas Messer late Tuscarawas county dec a haying any claims against said estate Are required to Call and Settle the same with the undersigned the duly authorized agent for the heirs said estate present their claims for adjustment prior to Jan. 1st. 1894. Oct. 6th, �?T93. S. J. Smith. 3w Trail Ohio. Y. c.a. Lecture course. November 14 december 15-h. H. Emmett. January 12, �?T94�? a twice told tale a the Rise and fall the moustache a a Robert j. Burdette. February 9�?�?othe Long and Short . Lyman b. Sperry. March 9�?�?oup the Rhine and Over the Alps a major Henry c. Dane. Appleton Quartetti. A the boys to Day a we see by the new York Clipper that Bobby Erwood his wife As a Gipsy Ward and their Little daughter Ruby have joined the Standard theatre co., at Toledo and will tour the country. Are your children subject to croup if so you should never be without a bottle chamberlains cough remedy. It is a certain cure for croup and has never been known to fail. If Given freely As soon As the croup Vougn appears it will prevent the attack. It is the sole Reliance with thousands mothers who have croup children and never disappoints them. There is no danger in giving this remedy in Large and frequent doses As it contains nothing injurious. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp son druggists. Coal Coal Coal people who desire to contract for their Winters Supply Coal will please Call at the office p. H. Read in rear Post office. Special figures Given Large contracts. 4w Tongue twisters. Read the following aloud repeating the Shorter ones quickly half a dozen times in succession six thick Thistle Sticks. Flesh freshly Fried Hying fish. The sea Cea Seth and it Suff Ceth us. High roller Low roller rower. A Box mixed biscuits a mixed biscuit Box. Strict Strong Stephen Stringer snared Slickly six sickly sky snakes. Swan swam Over the sea swim Swan swim Swan swam Back again Well swum Swan. It is a shame Sam these Are the same Sam. A Otis All a Sham Sam and a shame it is to Sham so Sam. A growing gleam glowing Green. The Bleak Breeze blighted the Bright Broom blossoms. Susan shines shoes and socks socks and shoes Shine Susan. She Cea Seth shining shoes and socks for shoes and socks Shock Susan. Robert Rowley rolled a round Roll round a round Roll Robert Rowley rolled round where rolled the round Roll Robert Rowley rolled round. Oliver Oglethorp ogled an owl and Oyster. Did Oliver Oglethorp Ogle an owl and Oyster if Oliver Olg Lathrop ogled an owl and Oyster where Are the owl and Oyster Oliver Oglethorp ogled Hobbs meets snobs and Nobbs Hobbs Bobbs to snobs and Nobbs Hobbs nobs with snobs and robs Nobbs a Fob. A that is a says Nobbs a the worse for Hobbs a jobs a and snobs sobs. Sammy Shoesmith saw a shrieking songster. Did Sammy Shoesmith see a shrieking songster if Sammy shoe Smith saw a shrieking songster whereas the shrieking songster Sammy Shoesmith saw i went into the Garden to gather some Blades and there i saw two pretty babes. A nah babes is that you babes braiding Blades babes if you braid any Blades at All babes braid Broad Blades babes braid no Blades at All babes. You snuff shop snuff i snuff Box times. From our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., october 27,1893. Senator Voorhees is proud As he has a right to be the great Victory he has won and he is All the prouder that it was won without the use cloture. Unless the Republican senators shall introduce some new and unnecessary complication into the situation the vicious purchasing clause the Sherman Silver Law for which not one word use defense has been uttered during the Long and memorable Silver debate in the Senate will be wiped from the statute Book within less than a week. The Silver senators after making As Strong a fight As was Ever made in Congress for anything to get the Bill amended so As to continue the coinage Silver found that it was impossible to agree upon any amendment that could be passed and once realizing that they announced their willingness to allow a vote to be taken after the proposed amendments shall have been debated and voted upon. These amendments represent about All the financial ideas and each them will have special defenders and will secure some Yotes but it will not be surprising if after having put themselves record by casting their votes for what they consider would have improved the Bill four fifths the Senate should the final vote support the Voorhees Bill. reason for expecting such a Large vote for the Bill is that nearly every senator who spoke expressed the opinion that the purchasing Law should be repealed. Already there Are indications the part the Republican senators to make trouble. Senator Sherman while professing to be a Strong unconditional Repealer is Busy trying to complicate matters by getting supporters for an amendment providing for an Issue Bonds. Inasmuch As senator Voorhees had told . Sherman that he considered it unwise to interject the Bond Issue which is opposed by Many democratic senators into the question it looks As though senator Sherman was trying to create democratic Dissen Tion rather than to secure repeal. Many outrageous misrepresentations have been sent out from Washington concerning the attitude democratic senators. President Cleveland account the failure the Compromise proposed by a committee democratic senators. President Cleveland has been consistent All through the Long contest. He has always believed that the Voorhees Bill would in the end be passed and has at no time even intimated that he would endorse in anyway help to bring about a Compromise. All statements to the contrary Are purely imaginary. The democratic senators who proposed the Compromise equally honest they thought that the president would sign a Compromise measure if it received the vote every democratic senator and there is Little doubt that he would have done so but none them Over claimed that the president had told them so. The Compromise was not endorsed by All the democratic senators and it was abandoned. That is the whole Story without colouring. Representatives Turpin Alabama and Black Illinois Are working hard to get a report irom the House committee banking and currency in favor the Bill introduced by the former to repeal the Law prohibiting the loaning Money real estate by the National Banks and they Are hopeful sue Cess. Or. Turpin says English and scotch financial syndicates now monopolizes the loaning Money real estate in his Section because the existence this Law and that his people think it would be much better to keep the interest Money at Home. The Bill will have a hard Road to travel even if it gets favourably reported to the House. Reform is the watchword the democrats in the House. week they passed the Public printing Bill which is the result a Long and careful investigation by the printing committee and reforms not a single abuse but a Large number them connected with the printing and distribution Public documents. This Bill if it becomes a Law As it probably will will make a material reduction in the Cost certain Lints Public printing simply by shutting off the waste. The officials the National association democratic clubs have secured reduced Railroad rates for democratic voters in the states new York Ohio Pennsylvania Massachusetts new Jersey Virginia and Maryland who Are temporarily residing in Washington and will use their utmost efforts to see that they All go Home to vote at the coming state elections. Hard 10 believe that in face these hard times our buyer has been East the third time for fall and Winter goods and the reason for this is that we Are Selling goods so much cheaper than our competitors. The following bargains now coming in ought to tempt you to buy your goods from us too mensa gum boots$2.25 boys a a a a 2.00 women so a a a. 1 50 misses a a a a 1.25 child so a a a 1.00 mensa hip a a 3.25 misses Felt boots Complete 1.50 a a Mish Waukee knit boots and Best Quality Perfecto 2.50 ladies extra heavy Arctic 1.00 ladies Fine buckle a a 85 children a Fine buckle a a 45 mensa Wool lined alaskas.50 women so a a a a a .45 misses a a a a a a 35 mensa sandals.45 women a a 32 misses a a 25 child so a 22 a omens special bargain sandals .20 we have 3000 pairs rubbers and can save our customers from 20 to go per cent. Merchants would do Well to attend this Sale rubbers. Astonishing bargains in leather boots and shoes. 300 pairs mensa finest and Best hand made Kip boots from the famous shops Whitney Bowen amp co., Cleveland All sizes 6 to 11, double sole and tap and half double sole regular retail Price $4.00 to $5.00. Our Price $2.00. Boys solid boots 3 to 5,Worth $1.50 to $2.00, at $1.00. Youths boots another lot at 53cts. Misses heavy Oil Grain Button shoes Worth $1.25 at 50cts. Women swarm lined lace shoes at $1.00. Overcoats Worth $10.00 at 6.00 a a a a 9.00 at. A a a a 6.00 at. Big bargains in ladies Coats 1 lot Worth $13.50 at. 1 a a a 20.00 at. 5.00 3.00 ,.$ 3.00 7.00 children Scoats Worth $4.00 to $6.00 at 99cts infants Angora fur trimmed Wool Coats $2.00. Best table Oil cloth 12j cts cd. All Best Calico at 5 cts. 30 pieces silk velvets All shades at 48 cts. Worth $1.00. 6 pieces Black silk velvet at 32 cts. Shaker flannel 5 cts Copper Wash boilers $2.25. More mensa seamless socks those heavy ones 4 pairs for 25 cts. Buy All your goods from us. Scarlet Wool blankets $1.50. Gray a a a a 1.22. Gray Cotton a a 47 cts hoods Sarsaparilla 75 cts. Coffee in 1 la. Packages 25 cts. Syrup 25 cts. Gal Oil Best 7 cts. Gal Pepper 10 cts. Pound 8 Inch files 5 cts. We could use this entire Page to Tell about the Good things we have. But come and see Tor yourself. Garver Brothers amp co. Strasburg it Ohio. Do you want to build a House if so take Stock in the Ohio National building a loan co., and get your Money to build with. Done to fail to Call 8. Moore Secretary at the times office and get information the subject sept. 23d in Day coache9 Only Good in ten Days from Date Sale. One fare for the round trip. In Many parts the county some parties Are Busy circulating the Story that if j. T. Mccullough is elected prosecuting attorney the county he will upon entering upon the duties his office dismiss the Sun the county against Beriah Wilkins Tor delinquent taxes. I deem it but just to . Mccullough and fair to the voters the county to say that nothing could be More misleading untrue. The fact is that it is no part the duties the prosecuting attorney to prosecute suits the county against delinquent tax payers. That duty rests solely with the treasurer the county and he is authorized by Law to employ the counsel he May choose without reference to the wishes the prosecuting attorney. In the Case now pending against . Wilkins for unpaid taxes the county treasurer who is plaintiff has employed his counsel for the suit who will have the sole management and control the Case until its final determination and neither . Mccullough nor . Graham whichever May be elected As prosecutor will have anything whatever Todo with therase. Will . Graham claim anything else to the intelligent voters Tuscarawas county ? very respectfully c. Forney treasurer Tuscarawas county. Some Consolation. Maud we can to Wear our new hats to Church in this rain that a certain. Belles no but we can put them and stand at the window Quot. The people opposite Are just coming . An inexhaustible topic. A i never thought mrs. Thompson a fluent talker when she was a a ooh but she is now. You know there s a baby in the new s record. Wait info. The Mistletoe hangs from the chandelier her Cheeks Are Rosy red yet in her Blue Eye gleams a Crystal tears a a he cometh not a she said. A judge. The innocent Young thing. He you know miss smythe j fancy you she George this is so truth. A modern Chimney sweep. A St. Nicholas. City Market reports. Per barrel 4 go m a a sack. 1 45 u Oest family per barrel 5 00am her per sack. 90 wheat per Bushel Ca Oats per a a. Rye per a a 7 x Corn per a a. �?T.�?T.�?~�?~.7 55 butter per Pound. Of eggs per doz.7771�?�7777 22 buckwheat flour per Pound .04 hams per Pound. 43 shoulders per Pound. 09 sides per a a. 44 lard per a a .77777777.77 12 tallow per a a 04 Salt Goshen per barrel. 1 00 Salt new York per a a. 1 30 White Lime per barrel 1 00 Akron Cement per barrel. 1 25 calcined plaster per Bariel 2 25 land plaster per ton. 9 50 a a a a per barrel. 1 00 potatoes per Bushel. 85 onions per Bushel. L 00 Hay per ton. 12 00 Timothy seed per Bushel. 2 25 Wool per Pound. 25 fertilizer per ton. 35 00 Clover seed per Bushel. 5 60 he foreign markets 3d Page. Bearer dam Valley Brick Yard new Philadelphia Ohio. John off Holder proper first class Brick and roofing tile always band at moderate prices. Give us a Cal 50yl m. S. Maple dealer in produce All kids. We handle nothing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. As give us a Call 91 r West front Street new Phil. Milf near planing Mill. 35-Ly a specially. At this office. A a reasonable rates. Formerly the a Gilsky Jacob Foehl amp son proprietors. Table second to i free bus to and from All trains. Good barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Ohio. 36-1 j administrators notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified an administer matrix. With the will annexed the estate Martin j. Garver late Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased 3w Nancy j. Garvey. Buy Peoples cyclopedia. Administrators notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified As administrator the estate Michael when Ley. Late Tuscarawas county dec a. Oct. 4, �?T93. John a. Whurley Legal notice. Is hereby Given that the undersigned has this Day hied in the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio his petition praying for an order authorizing him to sell otherwise dispose the claims belonging to the estate Henry Goeler deceased which accrued in the life time said deceased and which have become desperate. Said petition will be for hearing the 13th Day november 1393 43-3 ugustus Nokleb and Fred a a Klar. And mrs a said Honky a Oklob dec a. Desirable lots for Sale. I have a let a go number lots North Broadway and North sixth Street in Oak Park. Ilion new Philadelphia Ohio at it a prices easy terms. For 60 Days a give special inducements. John a. Himes agent. 26tf for Sale cheap a a Complete set congressional records bound new. Never been used. Call at the times office. Of we have Given a. Bippus amp son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. H. Chase a co., distillers Louisville Kentucky. Cheap rotes to Chicago and return Over Pennsylvania Ianes from new Philadelphia account worlds fair. Gut rid him. I e smile Why Don t you go to see the de Pinkie girls any More de bored they Are too careless. They leave the front door unlocked and i lose a new overcoat every time i go . Y. Weekly. True but a Roberts fell off a 30-foot ladder and Wasny to Hurt a a not Hurt i done to believe a a it a quite True. He fell off the Bottom Globe. To the a. Burkhart amp co., receive higher to award. Worlds fair Chicago oct. 31.�?a. Burkhardt co., furriers Cincinnati received highest awards and medals for ladies Superior fur garments original styles and perfect workmanship. When your Money Jall gone. Mrs. Tattle now is a a food time buy things. Mrs. Prattle yes you cat now get most anything you Don t want Creal topics. All ladies who Are lovers Fine stamped Linen for Holiday presents should attend s. 8. Urferd a special Linen Sale. He has made special arrangements with a new York House to have some sent approval for a few Days Only at special Low prices. Sale will commence thursday and Friday nov. 9th and 10th. This is a Good time to select your Christmas presents 2t regular rate for round trip tickets $24.50 special rate for round trip tickets limited to november 5th, $14.75 special rate for round trip tickets limited to ten Days from Date Sale $13.50 special rate for round trip tickets limited to ten Days from Date Sale upon advertised Date for Daylight coach excursions $10.00 50 doses Honey figs�?50 cents. A Honey figs is a very concentrated extract Ripe California figs Etc. It has no equal As a Safe cure for constipation colds fever nervousness inactive kidneys Etc. Old folks love it and children beg for More. Physicians give it in place Castor Oil. Keep up with the times and done to let any druggist sell you some syrup not half so Good which he makes More profit., demand a Honey figs a made by the Fig Honey co., and Tell your neighbors How splendid it is. No other laxative Ever sold so Well gave such satisfaction. Sold by f. H. Gentsch. 44y the Best a piece flannel with chamberlains pain Balm and bind it Over the seat pain. It is better than any plaster. When the lungs Are sore such an Ali cation the Chest and another the Back Between the shoulder Blades will often prevent pneumonia. There is nothing so Good for a lame Back a pain in the Side. A sore Throat can nearly always be cured in one night by applying a flannel Bandage dampened with pain Balm. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller a Sou druggists

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