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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 23, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $1.65.Philadelphia number 48 volume Vii new Philadelphia o., thursday nov. 23, 1893 happening in England. A new English coinage is to be put in circulation Early this year. Within the last thirty years there have been the British coasts Over sixty thousand wrecks with the fearful loss Twenty thousand lives. Upward 2,268 lives Are lost annually in the Inland Waters and upon the immediate coasts the United kingdom exclusive those lost a at five thousand guineas was paid for the English Hackney stallion Dane gelt a Short time ago probably the highest Price Ever paid in England for any horse not a thoroughbred. The deaths forty five centenarians were reported in England last year Twenty two men and Twenty three women. In 1891, according to the record forty eight centenarians died and thirty six in each the three preceding years. An investigation which has been prosecuted by the British i Oyal labor commission indicates that in England the servant is far better off in regard to facilities for Legal redress than is the employer and that legislation would not bring these two classes closer together. The official returns show that Mckinley a plurality Over Neal is 81,007. _ our congressman will wish he was aboard that a a Silver ship a Ere the close 1894. That a Gold lined speech is not a a life a great storm prevailed along the coasts France and the British Isles last week causing great loss to shipping and the loss several Hundred lives. Called Home in the prime life. Republicans Are very much worried because Cleveland will not endorse the inter meddling minister Stephens in hawaiian affairs. Or. Blount was sent to Hawaii to take testimony and make a thorough investigation the trouble and he reports that Stephens landed troops and gave encouragement to the insurgent forces the policy the Cleveland administration is to place the country in the condition it was in when Stephens interfered and then let the people the islands Settle their dispute among themselves. Cleveland will justify his position in the eyes All fair minded people. Washington letter local laconic from our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., november 20,1893. The fool killer ought to have been in Washington last week. He might have worked 24 hours every Day without completing his Job. Although there is no Cable to Hawaii and no possible Way that any news could have been received from there since that which reached Here by Telegraph from san Francisco monday and that which came to the state department from minister Willis has not been made Public the town has been full stories giving details what had had not been done there. They Are All alike Mere guess work and a majority them Are but stupid guesses. No one Here knows to a certainty whether the provisional government Hawaii has retired in favor the Queen who was last january by the action minister Stevens in ordering a Force u. S. Marines ashore bulldozed into abdicating in favor said provisional government although those who Haye seen the communication minister Stevens could doubtless make a guess that would be very near to the facts. A Good Many those who went off half cocked As the saying goes when Secre rotary Gresham a report recommending that the wrong done by minister Stvens should be righted by the present administration was made Public Are now sorry they did not do More thinking and less talking. A Man cannot be a Good juror who would decide upon his verdict As soon As the testimony one witness is heard. Only one witness has been heard in this Hawaii business yet. When All the evidence which is in the Possession the administration shall have been made Public As it All will be in due time no Democrat will have any reason to Blush Tor the verdict the people but some republicans who have been prominent May Blush for shame if they have Noi forgotten How. President Cleveland must feel like asking himself sometimes whether a Man forfeits All the rights he is supposed to have As a citizen when he become president. When he does not advertise his intentions in the newspapers he is accused surrounding himself with mystery. Because the newspapers were not informed beforehand that the Randy the president was to move this week from their suburban residence to the White House that simple Domestic event was heralded to the country As a sudden and mysterious change plans the part the president and a lot fool reasons Given to account for it. After seeing Pis family settled in the White House the president committed the heinous crime going to new York in company with Secretary Lamont to attend to some pressing private business without telling the newspaper men about it. As soon As they found he was gone they made the wires hot with stories about his having gone to new York for the purpose having a dangerous surgical operation performed Etc. Now could anything have been More absurd How probable it seems that a Man having two comfor Tab e Homes in Washington where he could have the constant attention a Loving wife would prefer to go to new York for a surgeon if he had need one instead having the surgeon come to him at his Home. President Cleveland is Back at Nis desk and there is nothing the matter with him except that he believes he has the right to regulate his private affairs to suit himself but some people seem to think that a serious complaint. It is now considered probable that the new Tariff Bill will be completed in about ten Days. There is a possibility however that it May not be made Public until after Congress meets As there is quite a Strong feeling among democratic members the House that it will save time not to mention annoyance and bickering to have the new Bill submitted and approved by a democratic caucus before it is reported to the House. Those who take this View the matter argue that it will not be Good politics to have democrats Light ing for changes in the Bill the floor the House and that if changes Are to be made asked for it should All be done in a caucus. This appears to it be Good logic but there Are a number prominent democrats who Are opposed to Ca Cusing the Bill i strikes your correspondent that the democratic party would be the gainer if its representatives in both the House and the Senate would Cacus upon every important measure that is to come a fore Congress. There never was a time i when the necessity was greater for pre Sentmo a solid front to the enemy it there was to much guerrilla fighting atthe extra session for the Good the. Party. Owing to the time the president f being taken up with his message to ? Congress and that the members . The Cabinet with their annual reports t there will probably be very few appointments Maue until after Congress meets. H. A. Parmelee the Wood worker. Rolling Mill started up monday. Post office will be open from 12 m. To 1 p. M., sundays a grand Sale linens at Spring thursday Friday and saturday. Lew f8cottr Uteri Casville is Over seeing a a gof workmen the sewer. James a. Linn visited his parents at Steubenville from Friday until monday. The u. B. Social wiil be held at the Home Samuel Miller 434 West Ray Street. On thanksgiving Noy. 30, the Post office will be open from 9 to 10 a. M., and 6 to 7 p. There will be a masquerade Ball in Glover shall thanksgiving evening. Everybody invited. Burnsi Dejia just received 15 barrel fancy Lahip a which he will sell Yery cheap be sir Sand see them. 49-2 is amp it term pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 106 Wall St., by the new u. S. Cruiser Columbia is the fastest afloat. On a late trial trip she made 22.87 knots per hour. This vessel was built in Boston Aud will be Able to win the #350,000 prize offered. Last week we spoke the delay in getting water sufficient to do effective work at the opera House fire and the statement was based what was said by those who were present and further our statement was not intended to reflect upon the water company the manager but was intended to give a reason for the Eagle Block burning. The manager the water co., thinks we have done them an injustice As he claims the trouble was not with the water works and that the Lack pressure was due to other causes not under the water company a control. We have always had a Good pressure at fires up to that night and no complaint has been made the water service. A dispute has Arisen As to what was wrong and where the blame lies. The fire company makes a different claim from the water co., and we Are unable to decide the matter and do not wish to wrongfully represent anyone. Practical and scientific Horseshoe the appointment Ohliger Wooster to be internal Revenue collector has the usual significance attached that no a a anti need apply. From the eternal fitness things it is i who is keeper Uncle same a gifts and i live in Washington. All factories that have started up since the election Are claimed by the Republican press to be the result the election. Will some these a a fake writers please inform us what started the Many Mills Aud factories that were put in motion in the last go Days prior to the election Samuel Moore editor and proprietor special attention Gilt n to diseased feet and faulty action in roadsters. Shoeing Trotters and Pace a specially. Shop in Rufers stand 49-20 West front Street. Gathered in foreign lands. The unexplored area Canada is Ono million Square Miles. Denmark produces the finest butter in the world and As its Price is Low when judged by its Quality it has almost closed the English Market for Irish butter. Eiffel a plan for a great Bridge across the River Neva at St. Petersburg has just been accepted and the St. Petersburg municipality has voted the Twenty six million rubles required to build it. Over one Hundred persons condemned to death Are now in prison in Greece awaiting execution their sentence. The population the country is hardly two millions. Nino people were Guillo tined in five Days just before Christmas. The custom having a court poet one whose duty it is to write to order As it were is at present confined to England among civilized nations. In ancient times the custom was Well nigh Universal. Every court had its poet and Painter As Well As its Dwarf and Buffoon. _ facts about the u. S. In 1890 4,559 new books were printed in the United states. Since january 1, the Cost registering a letter has been reduced to eight cents. More than 80,000 letters were placed in the mail boxes the United states last year wholly without addresses. When reappointed to United states government positions the widows Union soldiers and sailors will not be compelled to undergo a civil Sei vice examination. The first five presidents the United states ended their terms service in the sixty sixt i year their age and had John Quincy Adams been elected for a second term he also would have ended his term in his sixty sixth year. The magnitude the state department s collection Jefferson papers May be inferred from the fact that 25,-000 titles have been written for the new Index them a number representing but two thirds the whole collection. Thomas Jefferson certainly made his Mark. The doings Royalty. Kino Charles is to Supply $60,000 a year to his Nephew the Crown Prince Roumania who is understood to have made pledges satisfactory to his Uncle. Emperor Williams Christmas gift to Queen Victoria consisted a Beautiful photographic album containing forty three Large views the recently restored Schloss Kirche Wittenberg. At the suggestion Empress i Frederick the British romanian and prussian Royal families will give to Princess Marie Edinburgh As a wedding present a Morocco Frame enclosing group pictures the three households. The King and Queen Italy have invited Queen Victoria to spend a few Days with them at Rome during her next visit to the continent and As the Sovereign great Britain has frequently expressed her desire to visit the eternal City it is quite Likely that the invitation will be accepted. Industrial and statistical. Pennsylvania produces More cigars than any other state in the Union. It is estimated that 32,000 varieties goods Are manufactured from Wood. Over 600 varieties Cotton Are said to exist�?400 in Asia and Africa and 200 in America. The receiving reservoirs the Croton Aqueduct have a joint capacity 1,180,000,000 Gallons. There Are two Hundred thousand men employed upon the Twenty three thousand papers published in America. In great Britain the area occupied by Wood lands was 2,458,000 acres in 1881, and it increased to 2,g95,000 acres in 1891. It is estimated that there Are one million More Orange Trees in bearing this year in California than there were last which will give a better idea the increase than if it were stated in acres. A Rich strike Gold is reported to have been made in the grand Canyon the Colorado seventy Miles North Flagstaff a. T., and the reports from the san Juan Placer diggings show them to be Rich also. Myers Block. Second floor North Broadway mrs. Hannah Lanning returned from visiting relatives in Coshocton and newcomer Stowe sunday. Born to e. S. Watson and wife. Saturday nov. 18th, a son. Emma Minnieb Tuscarawas is visiting her Cousin . J. J. Gooding. Wilbur Westwood left last week for Zanesville. Mrs. Berkshire visited her daughter mrs. Ezra Fawcett. Theo. Lanning wife and Little daughter Hazel spent sunday Here. Joe Finney and Gad Peoples Dennison called friends Here sunday. Or. Stocker Michigan visited his sister mrs. Frank Kinsey saturday and sunday. Or. I filings feed Mill started up again last week. Flem. Roberts and wife entertained guests Sabbath. Bitter Sweet. 49thb new Tib be will be Inbi Isreb even thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advance.�?�l. in not paid within three m0�?T8 1jm> tar remittances should he sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 43�?oaddress All matter intended for Pabli cat Lou to the times . And mrs. John Meyer Beaverdam visited their son Lewis and wifi at Dennison sunday. Undertaker Davies Mineral Point purchased a Fine set Hearse harness last week Beitler bros., this City. The u. B. Congregation Barnhill will give a thanksgiving supper in their Chuich thanksgiving evening. Everybody cordially invited. We have them mensa All leather boots $1.25. Mensa rubber boots $2.25. Mensa rubber overs 50ets. Prices Cash at Eckert amp Taylors. 2t married by Rev. . Rust nov. 15, at the residence the Bridox a parents miss Emily Snyder this City to . Chas. B. Price Utica n. Y. Union thanksgiving services at m. E. Church nov. 30, at 10 clock a. Sermon by Rev. J. W. Ely pastor Baptist Church. Everybody invited. Rev. W. O. Siffert Navarre presiding elder East District preached at the u. B. Church in the City last Sabbath and held communion services. City Market reports flour Patent per barrel. A a a a a a sack. A a Best family per barrel. A a Amber per sack. Wheat i Bushel. Oats per a a. Rye per a a. Corn per a a. Milu r per Pound. Per do. Buckwheat hour per Pound. Hams per Pouey i. Shoulders per Pound. Sides per a a. Lard per a a. Fallow per a a. Salt Goshen per barrel. I new York per a. Flute Lime barrel. Akron Cement per barrel. Calcined plaster per Baric. Land plaster per ton. A a a a per barrel. Get toes per Bushel. Boons per Bushel. Lay per ton. Timothy seed Bushel. Tool per Pound. Fertilizer per ton. Lover seed per Bushel. Of foreign markets 3d put business directory dentist if lace in City Block Over Fribley a hardware the shortage in wheat for the i coming year will undoubtedly raise i the Price. The Farmers that Are not i forced to sell May make a Good per cent by holding their wheat. The j Supply and demand undoubtedly gov j Ern the Price regardless the views i the Republican party. South Western Kansas has just pass j de through a terrible drouth. The i people Are leaving that Section As fast j As they can get Means to go . I there is great suffering among those i that remain. There was but Little i wheat sown in that Section. Avest-1 Ern Kansas is Uncertain in crops. Cincinnati is about to take in 75 Square Miles territory into the corporation which would add 220,000 population. Like Chicago it will embrace almost the entire county without its corporate limits. They Are like the boy that set a Hen More eggs than she could cover said he we anted to see the a a darned thing spread herself. It is thought that lumber will be put the free list by the Tariff committee. Aye fail to see any reasonable objection to that. The Timber this country is rapidly disappear-1 ing and the number to he benefited by cheaper lumber would be Many thousand times the number lumber Barons that would have their profits curtailed. The two constitutional amendments voted did not receive the majority All the votes cast and consequently were lost. These amendments ought to have passed hut they were not fully considered and should not have been submitted at an election in a heated political Campaign. Amendments to the Constitution Are not political and should he considered alone. Joseph Aveley Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Philor Phi. Ohio August 14,1890. 331 h. Booth it a a a a attorney at Law. Notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl . Ottman formerly Lew York now the celebrate d examining physician the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by re quest Many friends and patients has decided to visit new Philadelphia monday nov. 27tb. Consultation and examination free it and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. To 6 p. One Day Only. Or. Byron c. Hender3hoi. A a a St Tao ext. Orvices and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y ladies Fine buttoned shoes for $1.10 Worth $1.50, All sizes. Broken lots and sizes Worth $1.50 to $2 00. Choice now $1.00. Cash dissolution Sale at Eckert amp Taylor. 2i new Phi Delphi a John off Holder proper first class Brick and voting tile always n hand at moderate prices. Give us Cal 50vl plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 43 South Broadway. New Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl take notice there Are a Large number our foreign subscribers considerably in arrears. Ave have written them twice and get no response. We can to run a paper for nothing and pay postage d besides. Unless remitted soon we shall advertise the accounts for Sale and discontinue the paper. Office Over Gentsch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day Nischt. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. May 25-Ly. H. Porter attorney at Law a specially 8peela attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence a High Street formerly occupied by j. A. A Richards. At this office. A a reasonable rates preaching services at the u. B. Church in this City next 8abbath morn tag and evening. The morning service will partake the nature a thanksgiving service. Rev. E. A. Cole pastor the u. B. Church will preach at the bi8sell Church next Sabbath afternoon at 2 39 p. J r. P. H. Sigrist East High Street. New Philadelphia. Ohio 8 to 10 a. A. 2 to 4 p. 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. S. Maple faleh in the Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets two blocks from Union depot. Rate�?$2.00 per a y. Heated by steam. Elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl he Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially a e to insure your property and pay your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other a get. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. R. Hendershot adjuster. For Hale Good meat Market and fixtures Good Trade Good town a bargain for anyone Good reason for Selling. Address the times office. To we handle not thing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. Is give us a Call a a i \ West front Street new Phil a near planing Mill. 35-Ly formerly the�?ogil8ky hot Hsk proprietors. St table second to i free bus to and from All train. Good barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Ohio. 36-1 Lafayette Edie Tuscarawas this county gave our Sanctum a Call tuesday when his Way Home from St. Helens mich., whither he had gone a Hunting and fishing expedition. He killed 3 Deer and $12. Worth pheasants and ducks. On saturday last he caught a Fine lot Pike and Pickerel in Saginaw Bay some which he brought Home. He says Snow fell to the depth 10 inches at St. Helens last week. He reported a grand time. Administrators notice notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been my appointed and flu artied As administer matrix with the will annexed the estate Martin j. Garver late Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased 3w Nancy j. Garver. Are your children subject to croup if so you should never be without a bottle chamberlains cough remedy. It is a certain Cuie for croup and has never been known to fail. If Given freely As soon As the croup cough 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. Desirable lots for Sale t have a la re number lots North Broad w to and North sixth Street in Oak Park , new Philadelphia Ohio at i Quot prices easy terms. For 60 Day.-, i give special inducements. John a. Himes agent. 2gtf the times and Farmers Friend $1. The sculptors Art the following is a list unclaimed letters remaining in the p it St office up to nov. 20 m. D. Daniels Thos. Kern Frank Dawson Joseph j. France John Rikard f. Shearrow the Breezy time co., a. Delong Catharine Miller Fred. Woodward Fred. La found Jacob Westphal d. B. Story e. A. Arus Tine Theodore Burriss t. J. Cammer Ford Geo. W. Jure. When calling for any the above please say advertised. According to the latest estimates the Kaiser Wilhelm Monument in Berlin will Cost $4,000,000. William Lloyd garrisons statue in Bronze colossal size will be unveiled in Newburyport next fourth july. Bishop Doane is to have a carved Wood throne in the Cathedral at Albany. It is the gift mrs. J. V. L. Pruyn and is said to be the finest thing the kind in America. The Wood is Black Oak and the throne is Twenty two feet High. Autumn wedding Bells the France medical Institute a Scase Book shows that a Large number new patients residents in Columbus and adjoining towns and states have placed themselves under treatment during the past month. The France medical Institute has the largest and finest collection instruments and the most eminent corps physicians and surgeons in the United states. If you Are suffering from any form chronic disease that has baffled the skill others Call and have your Case examined and they will Tell you at once if your Case is curable not. Many diseases Are so deceptive that hundreds persons have them before they even suspect it they know they Are not Well but Are ignorant the cause. Are you afflicted your Case May now be curable. Call before the disease has worked irreparable injury. One More the examining physicians and surgeons can always be consulted free charge at the Institute 38 and 40 West Gay Street Columbus Ohio. Or w. Terry who has been in the drug bussines8 at Elkton. Ky., for the past twelve years says a a chamberlains a Cou a remedy gives better satisfaction than any other cough Medicine 1 have Ever there is Good reason for this. No other will cure a Cole so quickly no other is so certain a preventative and cure for croup no other affords so much Relief in Cas s whooping cough. For Sale by f. Miller amp son druggists. Or. N. Mallernee and miss Sarah j. Weaver last tuesday evening november 7th, 1893, in response to an invitation it was our privilege to be present at the residence the brides parents Beaverdam to witness the ceremony which United the above parties in the holy Bonds Matrimony at 7 clock p. The contracting parties were ushered into the parlor and there took upon themselves the solemn vows which unite and guide Man and wife to future destinies. The ceremony was conducted by Rev. Loomis new Philadelphia in his pleasing manner. The Bride was attired in a Beautiful White Satin Trousseau the Groom in the conventional Black. After congrats lations had been offered an elegantly prepared supper was served. The Bride is highly respected in the Community in a hich she lives. The Groom is one new Philadelphia s Best Young men where they will take up their ree Denoe. May their lives be Long and their pathway All along the a journey life be strewn with Flowers. Or. Frank w. Hatch Loveland reports a yield 6,000 bushels potatoes 30 acres land. The crop averaged 200 bushels per acre netting above All expenses $60 per acres a total Clear profit $1,800 30 acres. Specimens hatches potatoes Are exhibition at the Corner eighteenth and Larimer streets. They Are the Rose seedling variety and average Over 2 pounds each. His farm is under the Larimer and Greely ditch near press. 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. E. H. Chase amp co., did tillers Louisville Kentucky. Winter Holiday exclusions Over the Wheeling and Lake Erie railway thanks i \ ing Christmas and new years the occasion Winter holidays thanksgiving thursday nov. 30, 1893 Christmas monday dec. 25, 1893 new years monday Jan. 1, 1894 the Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway will offer for Sale at All stations its line excursion tickets at special Low rates. Children under five years age free those Between five and twelve years age half excursion rates. Full information and Mexcur so tickets can be obtained from any agent the the Elm and Lake Erie railway. A. G. Blair Gene a manager Jas. Hall Gene a passenger at. 49-4 notice to merchants and others. You Are hereby notified that i will not be responsible for any Bills contracted by my wife Hattie Kiser. 2t Simon g. Kise. Marriage permits John d. Sterm and Fredericka Rie Ker. John Peoples and Mary j. Miller. Thomas n. Mcadoo and Jennie Mccolley. Allen c. Andreas and Maggie Evans. Jonathan Morgan and Alta Goudy. Frederick Ott and Anna Hocker. Henry a. Schindler and Dora e. Minuck. James Ecker and Ollie a. Shaw. / we. A. Norman and Clauda a Beltz we. E. Reed and Minnie s. Kaiser the Best a piece flannel with chamberlains pain Balm Aud Biad it Over the seat pain. It is better than any Piaster. 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 to 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 Sale by f. Miller amp son druggists physicians state that Many cases supposed to be female disease Are in reality a de rang gement the nervous system quickly relieved and cured by . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer the great new discovery for nervous troubles. $1 by f. H. Gentsch. Burnside Wil have All his Holiday goods open it up by dec. 1st. You will be surprised a to see the amount pretty presen you can buy there Tor a Little Money. 49-2 a skilful physician originated and used brants Balsam during Many years practice. No opium. Bottles double usual size for 25 and 50 cents f. H. Gent3ch, Cadies done to fail to attend the Liden have at Spring thursday Friday and saturday

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