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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 16, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper f one yeah for $1.05. Elphia largest circulation and lint r volume Chi. Jibs lately pure a Cream tartar baking Pond r. Highest All in Leavening strength. A a latest United states government food re Poi i. Royal raking Pond r co. Too Wall St. N y. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers re Stock. Second floor North Broadway a a a the new philadei.pui/. Him a will do Puhi sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in if not paid within three we Uso remittances Stoma de ent by draft registered letter Post office Ord it a. To the address the proprietor Waddress All matter intended for Ruhh . To the times business directory. Or. M. 8. Vail dentist office in City bloc Over Fribley s hardware Joseph Welty 9 Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly Ai ten ded to. New Phil Delphi. Ohio August >4. 1890. Try ii. Booth a a a attorn by at la w notary Public Ana convey queer. Sped a Atte Nilon paid to collections executors administrators Aud guardian s accounts Olce up stairs opposite the court 8oust North Broadway i7y . Byron c. Hendershot. Piitsicia.1t Are cd stit3-e017 Kiok and rooms. North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. C. Ellis Abii Iteck. Plans for building any description elect red Short notice Call me Al no. Is bout Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. A a j r. Joseph f. Fox office Oyer clients clip a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from i to 3 p. M. May 25-Ly. Ii h Fok i att in a at Law special attention Given to business in pro. Bate court. Office and residence w High Street occupied by j. A. D. Richards. Juju. P. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia Ohi 18 to to e. Til. 2 to 4 p in. 7 to 8 p. In. Sundays 9 to to a. In. The Hawley House Cleveland. Ohio. Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets to blocks from Union depot. R a t a a 2.00 per a y. Heated by steam. Elevator. Electric stills an All modern improvements. 31yl Ryphe Ohio Farmers insurance a company is Here to stay. It is financially a e to insure your property and pay your loss. Do not he in Weiye by the false re presentations Aud predictions other agent it. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. R. Hendershot adjuster for Bales Good meat Market an fixture s a Good Trade Good town a bargain for anyone Good reason to Selling. Address the times office. To y. lecture course december log a the boys to Day a h ii. Emmett. January 12, �?T94�?-�?~a twice told to a the Ksn and fall the Mott tache a a Robert j. Burdette. February 9�?�?~�?~the Lei g and Short Ltd . Lyman ii. Sperry. March 9�?�?oup Hie Rhine Ami Ove the Alps a major Hnry c. Dane. Are your children Subj it to Emu ? it so you should my r b without a Bot la Ion a cough re Ted it is a a rial ii Cue for coup and has Neve been known to . If Fri Fly Hso it a is the croup Cong it App ars it will prevent the Wittek it i it tile soc i Elk hic with thou Hll so i Nio thers who have croup children Ai d never i a Points them. The re i i Dante r in giving re s r Iii by n Large and flt quit a Quot its a Itco it t in roiling i pm us 5ti Celt Bott isl Sale by f. T. Mel r amp son Diggs a. Or . Vij. To Rry who has been in la drug Bur Sites at Elkton. Ky., for the Tweit cents say a sch inner lamps Coli ii Rem by Givs better sans faction to in any other cough in Alcine i have Ever so there is c res for this. No other will cure a col 8 quickly no other is so certain a preventative and cure for croup no other affords so much Relief m ens s whooping Congo. For Sale to f. C. Miller amp son druggists. Do you want to build a hous. ? if so take Stock in the Ohio National bul ii ing amp loan co., and get your Money to build with. Done to fail to Call s. Moore Secretary at the times office and a t information the Subj it. Of consumption is a common terrible Dise lose but can be prevented and cured by prompt use brants Balsam. Warranted and sold by f. H. Gentsch. 25 and 50 cent bottles. The times and Farmers Friend $1. Physicians state that Many cases supp bed to be female disease Are in reality a Der tag Lemeut the nervous by Tern Mcky relieved Aud cured by . Vav heeler a nerve Vitaliz a Tim great new discovery for nervous troubles. $1 by f. H. Gentsch. Political pointers. Mckinley a majority in his own county is about 800. New Philadelphia o., thursday Noy. 16. 1893. The republicans elect their entire county ticket in Stark. Tuscarawas county Bas company. Allen county senator Briceus Home Felt the Cyclone and its democratic majority 1,500 was Cut Down to Soo. There Are several doctors elected to the legislature and the Republican majority in it is so big that their medical services will be badly needed. The democratic party lost in Clay township to votes. The populists were the chief gainers our loss that party gained 6, while the prohibition and Republican gained some. A hew when such counties As Tuscarawas Erie Hocking Adams \ Inton Stark Ross Montgomery and when it takes hard work to save Licking county it is about time for Gabriel to blow his 47. Abstract the votes. To vans i is. Vets 92 govt re Send a Clark. Treas sheriff. Act pro sat com r inf. Per inf. Dir Surv. The new House has a hard a Locke an Aker a Green a Vood a Hale a Shearer a Hart two Taylors a Reed a Rice a Bright a Hill a Cannon a Strong a Dye a Barber a Lane a Gray a Ward a Dodge a by ebb a Smith a at i Lier a Hunter a Sleeper and a . As an Experiment to satisfy the Farmer the Tariff question we would suggest that Congress at the regular session increase the Tariff Wool. The object lesson will doubtless do the party Good. Theory demonstrated by cold facts is the bes evidence. Wool ran do rain Price with a High Tariff under Republican Rule. John Sherman while the repeal Bill was pending in Congress said that the hard times were due owing to the Lack Confidence because the Gold drainage contingent upon the operations the Bullion Purchase Law. Lie voted for tile repeal that Law and yet democrats were Hood winked with the Republican declaration that the hard times were due to the Lack Confidence because a protective change in the Tariff Laws. Some the republicans canal Dover headed by a brass band in order to rejoice to their hearts Content and pour Salt and Pepper into the wounds the democracy carried in their procession the shoulders four men a casket with some one in it. They marched into the Exchange hotel and thence to the court House front where they held their Jubilee. The rejoicing is All right but if the coffin contains the Man was to he Emil Egnatic the death the democratic party in Tuscarawas county we think they will find a very Lively Corpse to handle. Such acts will Only serve a Good purpose however in reuniting the shattered forces. Auburn. Bucko a e fret a a . A a a Lay. Dover p. It a. A a a a it a a a a 4. Fairfi Al. Franklin. Gosh n p c i a a 2. A it n a a a 4a it a a. O. A a 6. J Fierson. Liar knee. Villi Dennison pre a a 11 a a a Uhry so vie prot Oxford. Peri a. Rush. Salem. Sandy. Sugarcreek. Uminn. A Darren. Warwick. Washington. Wayne. 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Pluralities. J5231 5599 5202 5472 502 15616 1625521 5072 56335134�?T553g 1872 5845 4830 5871 4886 5775 a a i. 36 27i is i 359a. 492 931041 889 051i56d 567 5074 55s9 515 5 51 5597 540 5233 5412 178 personal and general news items. Woven together for our Many readers ii. A. Parmelee the Wood worker. Lem Hamff ton is clerking in canal Dover. Rolling Mill at Lanai Dover is now running night and nay. John Kubely is in the restaurant , South Broadway. Mrs. Ola Morgan Carrollton is the guest mrs. S. Moore this week. Ii. A. Parmelee the Wood worker makes Neaily All the Wood mantels. George Barrick it a rods vile and one our readers Lias been appoint a postmaster at that place. Mis. Chas. Funk anti daughter if Sugarcreek gave the s office a peasant cab saturday. Come again. A a a a h. A. Parmelee a Lea Cher Mak s the Imti Nett Sling c i my Ana flooring any machine in tee county. 3t Jacob Horn clonal Dover Aud his fiend . Kuhn Akron were in own saturday Nusim is. Messes. David Ami Isaac wills l clue county mo., arc the guests their biotin a Valentine wills the fib Iii. J huge Parker Virginia who sentenced John Brown to be Naug a died at his residence in Winchester va., the 10th inst. We have the in Man so All leather to its $1 25. Mensa rub r boots $2.25. Mensa runner overs 50. To. Prices Cash at Eckert amp Taylors. 2i George Mosher St am attached to a Wagon monday were frightened into a run a Way through the carelessness an Uphou fitful person. Song the Defeated candidate. We gave you All fair warning we made a h 1 a pull we did no to get Home a till morning our friends turned the Gas full. Jake Haggle is Home. A. Bates is in a gun county 0. Ten inches Enow be l at Alpine Texas the 13rh. Do you want a bargain in wraps go to j. H. Kinsey a. 2t mrs. Geo. Howe is Ashtabula is the guest . Ben Switzer. H. E a ipe Schied wife and son Curtis spent sunday in the country House to r nt�?5 rooms�?394 North e Goth St. Ai ply p. O Box 738, new Philadelphia. Mrs. H. A. Horner and children c f Hudson Ohio Are the guests Rudy Snyder a this City. Fhiry the Brewst r to its and shoes for see by Myers amp Roach no. 119, e St High-8t. 3t the inefficiency Lack executive Energy and want judgment upon the part the Ohio democratic state executive committee adds tens thousands votes to governor Mckinley a majority. The de in operatic state committee under Seward a Man who had never before served 011 a committee and Wear worked the a plan and groped about Iii dense ignorance the revolution among the masses. They had no organization save Oil paper. They bombarded the mails with sophomoric circulars and adopted a system campaigning that might have done before the age railroads telegraphs and telephones. The democratic committees ignorant the great deluge whose Waters were rising every Side up to the very Day the election sent out letters telegrams Etc., that Mckinley a defeat was certain a till John g. Thompson Jas. E. Neal at the head the committee the Advance the Avalanche and surging Waters the flood would have been discovered in the outlying districts and Steps taken at least to have broken its Force in part so As not to have overwhelmed the entire state. This committee was like the stupid Man in Noah a time they laughed at the idea a flood and thought it Only a Light Post. Special fur Sale thursday pfc Friday nov. 15-16, a at s. S. Urferd a. Or. Diemer representing one the largest manufacturers furs will be with us nov. 15 and 10th. Ladies who wish a Fine wrap either Sealskin any other garment is cordially invited to attend this Sale All parties who wish any repairing done will find it to their advantage to leave their garments with us at he above Date. S. S. Urfer. Wyr in tily Biog it Gog to is where i Iive jut to the same said a Welsh Maiden the other Day. Sorry to learn that mrs. J. D. Loutz cube Zer has Lati amply he a stricken with paralysis. She is confined to her bed chamber in a precarious condition. Ladies Fine buttoned shoes for $1 to Worth $1.50, All 8 be a. Broken lots and s is Worth $1 50 to $2 . Choice no $1.00. Cash dissolution Sale at be knit a Taylor. 9i the Little red Scho >1 House shoe is the Best so tool shoe in the Market at d Tor Sale he Myers amp Rusch no. 119 East High Street. Logan8ville has the oldest newsboy Ai toe state and his name is Geo g Strider sr., who will be 85 years old dec. La h next. He is agent for the t in Cunati Post at that place. Our moly elected probate judge j nines f. Stephenson and amiable wit visited relat ves in Leesville Over Sun i a Juntas transacted some i Gal bus lilt is at Carrollton monday. Ladies Fine hand made shoes a1 s z a f r $2 50, Worth $3 00 to $400. La desk misses overs 25cts. Woith 35c s. Strictly Ca it a closing out Sal t Eckert amp Taylors South Broadw a n w Philadelphia. 2 Peter Kuhn and a if accompanied v mrs. Sri for Quot Akron visited reified and Many friends at canal Dover lust week. Mrs. Sch Tvr is a Cousin mrs Jacob Horn our sister to in. Sunday Borg the 50th birthday Annive sary our estimable citizen . Monroe s Nithman a few his Many Tri ads were courteously treated by a a Rand dinner at the Broadway hotel. After the Royal repast his friends pre enter him with a magnificent Silver engraved Cane As a memento their warm appreciation. A very sad acid it occurred at Sherr Idaville. Saturday nov. 4th, account too much Campaign whiskey furnished by a Republican candidate. Harry Rummells got too big a Load and after doing Many foolish things run his horse in a race the a Joe town track. He run it against a tree and killed ii. Harry was thrown to the ground his head striking a stake and he sustained a fracture the Skull he was unconscious until . Alar Irige sawed out a piece the Bone pressing against the brain. He May not recover. Rummells is a Miner with a wife and 8�?Tx children two them infants. Carro Iron Money and Sherrodsville whiskey is a bad mix. To the Queen the hawaiian islands restored to her throne. It turns out that too u. S. Minister under Harrison a administration hah aided by the military to puce the revolutionists in Power. Miss Emma Snyder the amiable and Hinds Ane daughter Rudolph Sny this Cly was married to Day to . C. B. Price Utica n. Y. The wedding was a private one but few guests present. Rev. Rust tied the nuptial knot. They left the afternoon train for san Francise s California their future Home. Or. P. A Brann Uhrichsville accompanied by his lady Friend miss Ella Spiker a talented and handsome Young lady enjoyed a pleasant drive to this City sunday and c tiled a few their Many warm friends. Or. Brann is at present engaged in Selling pianos organs arid carries in Stock a general line musical instrument1, and through perseverance and Nidus try he has gained for himself an enviable reputation throughout the country. is a whole souled genial gentleman and we wish him uncool tided Prosperity. Or. George Ankeny aged 88 be irs 9 months and 3 Days and a a silent York township died nov. 10th, paralysis. Or. Ankeny was a very successful Farmer having in his name 1000 Are a land and Many thousand dollars at interest. He reared a Large Miry and h s Given All his children Good Start in life. He was the father t f Josiah Ankeny who will g t the old Homestead. He was a worthy citizen Nav gang Many friends who accompanied his remains to their last resting place Sabbath Day. By. H. E. Cole Barnhill came to town last wednesday in his Carriage and hitched the team in rear Urferd store. About 7 clock in the evening he went to get his team and found that some Thi had stolen one his horses. The Llamas was stripped from the horse and left lying the ground the other horse was not disturbed. The Rascal had taken a Good Rob a. P. Chaps Tor a Caddle and with the horse skipped. The animal has not been heard from Vilice. Or. Cole off is a Liberal Reward for any information As to the whereabouts the horse Aud for the Airest the thief. The Mare is a Brown weighs about 1000 lbs. Aud Tias a scar inside knee. The Cleveland Plain dealer has Beed a consistent and Earnest advocate by mentalist All through the Campaign. In endeavouring to account for the defeat the democracy it says truth fully a it was because certain leaders in the party had tried to make the people Bel eve that the Democrat c party in a f re Trade party. It was because also the adm stration was Recreant to the Trust which the people had reposed in it in regard to the Money question. The people this Coll tiny Are not Gold bugs they Are not Mono taoists they worship at no Golden shrine but they Are by mentalists they believe in equal rights for Gold and Silver under the Law and they will never rest until that question is fairly and fully presented and when it is thus presented before them there is no question As to what the decision will the italics Are ours. The Plain dealer is right. Notice to merchants and others. You Are hereby notified that i will not be responsive for any Bills contracted by my wife Hottie Riser. 2t Felmon g. Kisr. Peoples party and prohibition returns. Townships and precincts. Macklin Bracken Prohic. Poop. Party Auburn. 8 6 Bucks. E. Precinct. 3 a a w. A a i Clay. 14 12 Dover precinct i 5 3 ii 5 i a a a a 3. 5 5 a a a a 4. 3 2 Fairfield. 4 9 Franklin. 2 9 Goshen precinct i. 5 18 a a a a 2. I a a 3. 6 5 m la 4 23 2 a a a a 5. 4 4 6. 6 Jefferson. 5 Lawrence. 2 6 Mill Dennison pct. I 8 2 a a a a a a 2 5 3 a a Uhrichsville pct. I 18 i Quot a �?o2 17 3 h a a 3 18 3 Oxford. 26 9 Perry. I 2 Rush. 6 20 Sal a. 14 Sandy. 8 62 Sugarcreek. 7 9 Sidon. 7 Warren. 2 Warwick. 3 23 Washington. 13 7 w Ayne. 2 5 y a re. I 13 totals 253 255 Hon. John a. Buchanan is the Only survivor the democratic w reek. H a time it was supposed he too was Defeated. Since the official figures have been obtained they show a majority about 140. Mckinley carried the senatorial District by 14, but . Buchanan ran ahead his ticket far enough to leave the above majority. Or. Buchanan will have a Small Circle friends round him and can do but Little except to interpose objections to Republican Bills whenever parti san. Uhrichsville jottings. Rev. Coleman Dayton was in this City monday. A Large crowd from this City attended the ratification me Ting at canal Dover saturday night which was a decided Success. A Large detention from the county seat attended the Jollif cation Here Friday night last. The boys were quite ii. F. W. Morehead is visiting Bere. The Republican candidates should feel grateful to Mill twp., for the Effic Lent and Hearty support Given them in the late election j. C. Cross Columbus is in town. A few our boys were detained at canal Dover saturday night by the officials. A. J. Baggs a proprietor the Royal fire Clay works at Midvale a chartered a train to Uhrichsville last Friday night at Bis own expense for those who wished to Tike part in the Jubilee. My a. Creel the Avalanche Bas one to the country to recuperate his political system is considerably racked and needs a rest. Mill. Gilmore ceilings. Della Fowler spent sunday with it Washington friends. Bert Gooding and Sisters Nora and Maud visited their grandmother in new Philadelphia Oyer sunday. Or. Hendershott and 8. F. So Tzer the county seat were in our Village Over night sunday. Mrs. Hannah Lancing is visiting her son in Coshocton. Mrs. James Arnold is quite ill at present. The primary department our schools held a literary entertainment Friday evening last. There was a Good attendance. Mrs. Bailey Colley near Birmingham spent sunday with her sister mrs. Theo. Morris. Gale Peoples Roy Lancing and Benton Cappel Dennison were in town Over sunday. John Robinson Ana wife spent sunday in the country. Bitter Sweet. In ashes i Sharp brother a opera House. Eagle Block almost totally destroyed. Shortly after 2 clock a vedness Day morning the fire Bell resounded throughout this City proclaiming danger. The Brilliant Light and flying Sparks soon led us to the City opera House owned by Sharp Bros., where the Frame Structure was soon reduced to ashes. The Appleton Quartetti co., which played in the opera House tuesday night for the Benefit the y. M. C. A., bus trained a total loss All their equipments clothing and musical instruments including a $1,000 Harp. The Eagle Block being Only a few feet North the opera House soon became enveloped in flames and the firemen Laboured hard in trying to subdue the fiery Demon adjoining buildings were closely watched and kept Well sprinkled for fear More damaging results. The fire laddies fought the fierce flames for nearly five hours but could not subdue it until the town Hall was rained. The Walls and lower floor Are All right but the roof and upper floors were burned. There is $6,500 insurance the building which will cover the loss. There was $2,300 the opera House which will not near cover the loss Sharp Bros., something was wrong with the water works As there was not sufficient pressure to reach the fire for quite a while letting the flames gain headway. There was a shortage Hose too which crippled the fire apparatus. There should be a More thorough equipped Force and then pay the firemen something for their services. Try a pair the nox Emall Oil Grain shoes Best in the world at Myers amp Bosch 119, East High St. 3t transfers Keal e8tate. John Lebwohl to John l. Lebold 158 acres Sandy township $500. Mary a. Burt to b. L. Shoemaker 35 acres Oxford $6,000. Jesse Rhoads to Ruih a Black lot 4, new Philadelphia $600. Louisa Ecker to James lot 3, Dover $300. Henry l. Savidge to c. H. Mathews part lot to new Phi Adelphio $1,000. George b. Mardorff to Margaret Strawn lot 5, Dover. $125. J. H. Ureter to Samuel . Lyburger lots 117 and 118, Newcomerstown $200. Elizabeth m. And w. H. Phillips to Cicero Moss part lots 57 and 58, Newcomerstown $6000. J. H. Creter to will r. Yinglingeta1., lot 18, Newcomerstown $775. Michael Wherry to Sarah Wherley 4 acres a Lefferson $25. Elmer e. Brown to Lettie a be 32 too acres and lots i 2 and 14, Mill j >325. Adam Maurer to John Markley about 90 acres Jefferson $1550. John Kersch to Osmond Salmon 25 70-100 Meres Dover $450. J. D. Clemens to Calvin d. Walker j acre Warren $3000. Patrick and gee. A. Callanan to Mary j. Collins $ acre Goshen $100. Henry a. Miksik to George Blind lot 16, Gnadenhutten $400. M. Moody it. A1, to Martin Dix lot 2, Dennison $50. H. A. Nikisch to Peter Zimmerman lot j 7, Gnadenhutten $300. J. F. Mcdonell to John f. Cappel 50 acres Washington $1700. Sarah j. And Frank Rehard to s. B. Mcmiven 19-100 acres Newcomerstown $000. Michael g. Domer to we. Donner it. A1., part lot 19, Buena Vista $1200. We. Domer to Benj. M. Domer part lot 18, Buena Vista $500. John w. Mizeris Assignee to we. T Zir k in part lots 7 and 8, Lowville $531.50. Daniel Horn and a. A. Co bet to Elsabeth Phillips 20 acres Bucks $600. Now we will have a directory for sure. J. W. Burch the Burch directory co., Akron o., is among our people for the getting up a Complete directory new Philadelphia and canal Dover. They publish the finest neatest and most accurate line directories in the country. Let All turn in an t Render >11 the necessary Aid and Good will to this grand and progressive Enterprise. Bro. Burch and his company will give us a More Complete work than we could obtain by any other Means. Baltic whittling . Jake Bowers wife and family visited . And mrs. Maurice lint last sunday. Or. And mrs. Shutz Lach f Strasburg spent a Day with mrs. Shutz Laehy a peo Ole not Long since. Mrs. J. A. Syler and Little daughter new brain Are spending several weeks with relatives and friends. Johnnie Lenz is mingling with friends Here. Mrs. E. K. Kennedy and Little daughters Campton Are the guests . And mrs. C. Lenz. Dennis lint has returned from Windham to spend several months with his friends Here. Mrs. Wheland and daughter Clara Gnadenhutten Are visiting with . Metzler a family tile past we a. A. A. Hoffman a. J. Hoffman and . Metzler were in new Philadelphia last week. We. Zinkon and Chas Miz a Baltic Geo. Zinkon Bakersville and Dan z Merman Ragersville have gone to Michigan a Hunting expedit i it a. Rev. Rife will open a series protracted meetings wednesday evening in the m. E. Church. Next tuesday evening the evangelist Singer r. E. Hudson Alliance. Expects to join . Rife in his work and be with the Baltic people one week. Or. J no. In flan has sold his prop erty to Bart Iii and moved his family to Coshocton. Mrs. Getz spent several Days in the country last week. Or. And mrs John Thomas visited with relatives in new Philadelphia last week. it. Washington doings Kate Ludwig Dennison spent part last week in this place. H. Stiffer our democratic p. M. Will soon have his new House completed. Yva Rren Stofer moved to his new homela8t monday. Josh Price Gnadenhutten was Here thursday. Gee. Riley West Lafayette was Bere monday. Jacob Slimbach made a business trip to the a a Hub monday. I irn Othy Emerson died at n com a return lat saturday. Further details As to his death we could not learn. Real estate transfers. Ladies done to miss our Linen Sale nov. 23, 24, and 25 Spring Bros. Unclaimed letters. Mathew Williams Lester Broyles mrs. George Bramwell Adolphus up Ley Henry fester Martin Hughs we. Jones Chas Martin de. Miz a Christ Swinderman h. Solomon Samuel Ste Fly C. Wickford. Daniel yes p. M. Done to let the children suffer with crop when you eau get such Large bottles brants a Sam 25 and 50 cents at. H. Gentsch. Marriage permits. Edwin Botimer and Elsie Walker John Robert and Carrie Haney Thos. Henry and Della Henry Joseph Mcqueen and Mary Allman Thomas Mclenny and Sarah Weaver. A full line blankets at lowest prices is kept at j. H. Kinsey a. Call and see. 2t so doses Honey figs�?50 cents. A Honey figs is a very concerto Ted 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 doubt let any druggist sell you some syrup not half s it 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. Bold by f. H. Gentsch. 44y at the real estate Congress held at Chicago the closing we k the fair the Subj it that attracted most attention was a in the cumbrous Aud costly methods transferring real estate. The Torrens system which is in operation in Australia and Canada and is being earnestly advocated in a number american states met with general approval at the Congress although there were some dissenters who stood up for the antique system c it a Veyan cing probably in the interest the Egal fraternity. It would Baa terrible tiling should deeds and in it a Ges be reduced to the proportion a promissory note and capable being attended to by the average citizen without special knowledge forms arid precedents. That is precisely what the Torrens systems contemplate and what it a complishe8 in Canada and Australia and what is expect a it in Illinois and Minnesota where it is in a fair Way adoption. Under the Torrens sys pm after complying with certain a Cess by formalities proving owner ship the owner receives a certificate which is in effect a guarantee de d issued by the state and the Holder it Mav feel secure against the demands a i unexpected claimants in the future. Such certificate will save the expense and trouble title examinations. A real estate partition Sie was told it the Congress was curing in new York in which 1,383 parcels land were sold to some 390 different parties. It was necessary for an investigation titles and the title examiners that one Sale made something like 825,000 in fees for tracing title. The Torrens system would have Render a this expense and trouble entirely unnecessary. La bae the australian colonies the Torrens system has been in operation 31 years and in Canada it has been in Vogue for ten years. R pre natives trom both countries said that although there was at first division the adoption the system yet the people were now unanimous in its favor. The Canadian Dei Gate said his people would As soon think replacing their electric lights with tallow candles As giving up the Torrens system transferring real estate and going Back to the system which preceded it. The English speaking a people the world Over Are indebted to Austraha for a Good Many sound ideas in the administration government and the concert s life. The Aust Raisian ballot and now the Torrens system Transfer Are evidence that there is a wide awake set people at the Post. Aliens naturalized. Following is a list aliens whom probate judge Mitchell issued naturalization pipers to during the past few Days John Burnett Robt. Harris jr., Geo. Harris Elisha Caddick Maurice Burg Ham Robt. Harris sr., Geo. Strong Stephen Ball we. Pope John Donovan and All England Thos. Harris and we. Davis Wales. Of yes yes and another yes come one and All and get prices at Jno. Maurera a store at Blackband before buying elsewhere. I will save Yon Money a Money is tile Root Alt evil a that is what we Are All working for Mark the following prices w. Vav. Oil 7 1-2 Cis. Per Gal syrup Good Quality 30 cts. Per Gal Grain ground Pepper 12cts. Per la Sulphur 3 cts. Per la Epsom salts 5cts. Per it bluing let. Per Box pins per paper in indigo Blue Cali Coes per yd.5ct unseen Mea per too lbs. $1 40 mining powder per Keg delivered in half Doz. Keg lot $1 40 miners Best Oil 00c per Gal Sarsaparilla <0 to. Pm bottle Nailor Spain cure locis per bottle Tible Cioth 15ots. Per cd Coffee 25cts. Per la. Will have a lot candies and holi Dav toys in a few Days. You will be astonished it our prices. Come and see John t. Maurer. Black band Ohio. Will resume work. The Fen it Sylvania steel works to give employment to 4,goo men. Harrisburg nov. 5.�?the Pennsylvania a feel works at Steelton which Nave Beeh running half time for the Page to three month Wilt resume operations to Morrow in every department giving employment to about 4/290 men a the Pittsburgh Post. The above is Only one the Many nulls teat has lately started. Strange is it not that business is resuming while a Tariff Reform Bdl is being prepared Tariff he seems to have nothing to do with it. Effects close shaving. Do you know what a close shave Means i never did until i looked at a face the other Clay through a Microscope which had Ben treated to this luxurious precess. Why Hie entire Kin represented a piece raw beef. To make theft be p rect y smooth re quires not Only the removal Tom Nair but also a portion the cuticle and a Doss shave Means a removal a layer t f skin All around. The blood ves is thus exposed Are not visible to the by Blit under the Microscope each Little quivering Mouth holding a minute blood drop protests against such treatment. The nerve tips Are also uncovered and the ports Are left unprotected which makes the skin tender and unhealthy. This sudden exposure the inner layer the skin renders a person liable to have colds hoarseness and sore Throat. Girls wanted. The other Day i saw in a newspaper a notice which i think should be read with care and then tucked away Iii the memory. Here it is a a wanted in one Hundred thousand household in America a willing sunshiny daughter who will not fret when d to wipe the dishes sigh when a Quested to take care the baby a daughter whose Chi Delight it is to smooth away her mothers wrinkles and who is quite As willing to lighten her fathers cares As his pocket a girl who thinks her own brother quite As Fine a fellow As some other girls brother. Constant love High esteem arid a More hovered place in the Home guar hut de. Employment assured to All qualified applicants. Address Mother Home nautical terms. An old a a tar has recently prepared a hand Book nautical terms for the use persons vrho Lutei d to meow the sea. In order to Correct popular belief oar author gravely asserts that the b us Board ship do not necessarily add to the census. The Hatchway Are not hens nests. The Way the ship is not the extent her avoirdupois. The Boatswain does not pipe All hands with a Meerschaum. The ship does not have a Wake Over a dead Calm. The swell a snips Side is not caused by dropsy nor is the taper a Bowsprit a tallow Candle. The hold is not a vessels grip. The trough the sea is not dug out the ships log. The Crest a wave is not an indication its rank. The buoy in not the ships son. The men Are not beat to quarters with a club. Ships Are never boarded at hot is. The Bow a ship is not evidence politeness. A sailors St Kings Are never manufactured from a yarn hic spinning the sails a ship Are not made by an auctioneer nor Are the stays manufactured by a dressmaker. Sensitiveness children. In our visit in Many places and in Many families we have perhaps observed nothing More often and with More regret than the want appreciation which prevails toward the sensitiveness it Little children. As a Rule we find flit in even in what would i termed Wal regulated Homes treated As though they had no feelings whatever no tender Little hearts and no trials and disappointments Worth considering. Nor do Many the kindest parents consider How surely leaving Happy unhappy impressions by their conduct the minds the Little ones which will be indelible. Few parents treat their children with the Courtesy they deserve and would like. Children Are ordered instead asked to do All sorts things for their parents and Are Seldom thanked for their Errar is rewarded by a Kedly smile appreciation. They Are spoken to in harsh tones and when they retort in the same Way they Are reproved for i politeness. There is nothing truer than this that like begets like that a pleasant smile and a kindly tune will develop a pleasant smile and a kindly tone tha courteous polite words and manner from Moth a and father will engender courteous polite words and manners in in the children that kindly considerations in the trials and disappointments children which to them Are As great As those which their elders Are bearing �?�8 far better than a rude disregard them and making Light them As though they were no account. This objectionable manner toward children which i so common is oftentimes remembered by them through Long live and prejudices tin m toward Many persons no matter How eminent they May be How highly thought in Standard flour Patent la u it City Market reports. B i 4 a. _ i a St family per barrel 5 vim 4 a in her r sack. Vav heat per Bushel. Oats per a a. per a a. Corn per a a. Ratter per . Fugs per Dux. Buckwheat flour per Pound. Hills per Pound. Shoulders per Pound. Sides per a a lard per a a throw per a a sad Goshen per barrel. &Quot.,. S Tir new York per a a White Lime p barrel Akron Cement per barrel. Calcined glister per Bari i land plaster Pur ton. A a ppr barrel a it >141008 per Bushel. Onions per a. Hay per ton. Timothy seed Bushel. Wool per Pound. Fertilizer per tm."clover seed per Bushel. 1 bal foreign markets 3d Pige. Beaver dam Valley Brick Yard new Philadelphia Ohio. John off Holder prop a first class Brick and rooting tile always hand at moderate prices. Give us a Cai 50yl i i i 1 2 9 i 1 12 2 35 5 60 15 90 35 55 28 22 04 12 09 11 12 04 30 00 25 25 50 00 85 oooo 25 25 oooo m. S. Maple a ies Trovi produce All bad. We handle n thing but la ure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. A Tyr us a c la 21 re West front Street new Phil a. Near planing Mill. 0= 1 35-Ly it Ufa Hting a specially. At this office. A a reasonable rates. In at hotel formerly the a Gil by Jacob Foehl amp son proprietors. Just table second to hates is to ,50 per bus to and from All barn accommodations. So. Broad Way Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Ohio. 36-1 y administrator a notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been duty appointed and qualified As , with the will annexed the estate Martin j. Garver late Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased a Nancy j. Garver. A d m Inix k Ato its notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned Lins been duly a i outed and qualified As administrator the estate Michael when Ley. Late Tuscarawas county dec a. Oct. 4, 93. John a. Wherley. Legal notice. Is hereby Given that the undersigned has this Day flied in the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio Nis petition praying for an order authorizing h in to sell. Or otherwise dispose the claims belonging to the estate Henry Goeler deceased which accrued in the life time sad deceased Aud in lab have become desperate said petition will be for hearing the 13th Day november ih93. Augustus and Frau k . 43-3 and Inry a said he Xiv go Kcjr dec a. For Sale cheap a a Complete set congressional records bound new. Never been used. Call at the times office. If we have Given a. Bippus amp Bon 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. E. In Chase amp co., distil Ere Louisville Kentucky. The Best plaster Dampen a piece flannel with chamberlains pain Balm and bind it Over the seat pain. It is better than any plaster. When the lung Are sore such an apis 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 n get by applying a flannel Bandage dampened with pain Balm. 50 cent bottles for Rale by f. C. Miller it pc son druggists in thirty styles according to the Washington Post a Frenchman has Learned How the words a i love Are written in thirty different language with the following results. In English i love. In French a a arinae. In Germany Ich Liebs. In dutch in Berain. In swedish jag Laker. In danish Jeg Elsker. In norwegian Jeg Elsker. In latin Amo. In italian Amo. In Spanish Amo. In portugese Amo. In russian Liouliou. In polish Yoeham. In hungarian Varak. In greek agape. La turkish Serey Roum. In armenian Ges irem. In Roumania no in Lilb seb. In Biscay and Malta Vendet. In Ilin Doostan main Bolti. In persian Doustd Arem. In arabic Algeria a Nefy Al. In Cambodia cd Khu bom Ireland. In malay Sawhya Suka. In Anna Mitisha Toi to nut no. In chinese duo Nihon aug. In japanese Wata Kusi a Suki Masa. In britons Karan. In to Lapuk Loob

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