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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 24, 1892, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia Timet pub quid Arbit thu Dat. One Dollar per year in Advance. Beat advertising me amp no in the Donn to Sooks Bill Heads posters and Job printing Everi description done Short notice. Youb Viyo Solicito. New Philadelphia times the a Timet Quot advertising rates. Paob. One Inch three Inoh six Inhee. Half Eolan. One column. Imo. 3 to. 6 to. 1 . 1 50 12 50 a 3 00 to 00 3 09 6 00 9 00 16 00 400 10 00 15 00 25 50 500 12 50 25 00 50 00 12 00 30 00 50 00 100 00 j business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday nov. 24, 1892. Number 48. Business directory. Tose Pii Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Philadelphia. Ohio Augustu 1890. 33yl s Amuel Moore attorn by at Law. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive and careful attention. Office in myrrh a Block 2d floor. T h. Booth att Oun e a 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 Tohn s. Graham and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday nov. 24, 1892. Myers1 Block second floor North Broadway. Abs a the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.1.00 in not paid within three m08 Pearson a is 41. Plurality Over Poorman sex Secretary James g. Blaine quite ill anti confined to his bed. 18 Tae. P. Ii. Sigrist East High Street. New Philadelphia Ohio. 8 to 10 a. In. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. 7 to 8 p. Sundays 0 to 10 a. Or. S. Vail dentist the fifty third Congress will have 22-3 democrats 122 republicans and 6 populists making 336 members. Congressmen Thos. L. Johnson. Harter Outhwaite and is. E. Neal Are talked for govern it a. It seems a Little Early to discuss that question now. Office in City Block Over Iti Bleys a hardware store new Philadelphia Ohio. 4? . Byron c. Fiend Drolc it pa3 to in Flat a Vad. office and l toys North Broadway new Philadelph Ohio. 17-1 y chief Justice Turney governor elect Tennesee is lying dangerously i i at his Home Neir Winchester. He i3 an old Man. There is no provision in Tenneseea a Constitution statutes for a successor in event the death a governor elect and should judge Turney die before lie is inaugurated it might be that governor Buchanan would hold Over. The work preparing a Revenue Tariff Bill will be one great labor and time and deliberation should be had. It ought not to be done hastily. An extra session should not be asked to do Democrat messenger. Or. Edward Engleman Blakes Mills is very ill typhoid fever. E. Kaserman and Edward Lute neighbors . Engleman both died typhoid fever recently. Surely there is something wrong with the water used in that neighbourhood. Ellis a title cold Comfort. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me m no. 48 South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 23yl r. D. A Gentsch. New Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over Saunders a Barbe shop West High Street. B5f office hours�?9 to 12 m. 2 to 4 p. M., and 7 to 9 p. Residence East 45yl j. Kurtz a agent for Ohio Farmers Bieurance company. No. 3 East fair Street Philadelphia Ohio. Re opened. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. 4 i a re per Dav Fine bar and House newly $ Cju furnished. Feed stable in connection. 39yl the a solid South barely escaped a in Ash up. Cleveland carried Delaware m 1888 by 3141, and nov. 8, 1802, he carried the state by 506 majority it was a Ose Call for the a a solid in 1888 Harrison so e in Delaware was 12,973, and Cleveland received 16,-414. Another contest like that 1892 will place Delware in the Republican column with a Largs press. Bro. Wilson has found a Little cold Comfort m Little Delaware. But what is he going to do about Illinois and California kicking Over the Republican traces we would respectfully ask How the g. It. P. Is going to Lasso the states that jumped Over into the Weaver pasture the brother is surely entitled to a Little Comfort. General Raum commissioner pensions in his report Sayr that $180,000,000 will be required to meet the pension claims. The appropriation last year fell Short $18,000,000. This the incoming administration will be compelled meet. Of course extravagance will be charged up by the Defeated party. A rare treat was in store for those who attended the opening lecture the course last Friday evening. Maj. Dane proved himself a very Prince entertainers holding the audience spell bound at times. No better opening could have been secured for the course and no Man could listen to his masterly discourse without being bettered. The Large number in attendance were More than pleased. A Cadiz special says there is a movement foot Here to build an electric Railroad from this Point to Union Vale. A distance four Miles in order to facilitate the handling passengers and freight arriving Over the w. A l. E. R., in route to Cadiz. J. D. Ripley the son in Law Sidney Dillon new York is the promoter the scheme and will locate Here until the Road is completed Carroll chronicle. Drs. France and Ottman personal and general. Items interest gathered from Many sources. Wheat is phia. 70 cents in new Philadel miss Nellie Rinehart Ville visitor this week. Is a Ehrichs we would like to hear from our correspondents Over the county. A new firm with an entire new Stock shoes. 2w Myers a Rosch. Mrs. Kuhns Washington d. C., was the guest mrs. J. T. Of Donnell. B. F. Parr son John Parr West fair Street is lying very ill typhoid fever. Victorious democracy celebrates her Triumph with Muslo parades and the sound the Horn. At new Philadelphia. Correspondence. Communications from our special representatives. U1lmore. The a wee y House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a Tel 2 .0 0 p e r d a y. Heated by steam elevator. Electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl Republican editors Are very kindly suggesting what the democratic party ought to do now that they will soon hold the re is government. Gur party leaders Are cautious and will look to the Best interests the whole people. You can count a Tariff for Revenue Only and the new Bill will be framed with that end in View. Many articles should go the free lift. Lumber is one the articles for that list. Raw materials should come in free. Woolen goods and Many other articles should have attention in the process reduction. Actual business by tie use kinds Book Kec Pii k. Penmanship Short hand. Type w re time telegraphy elocution and music thoroughly taught at new Philadelphia business College new Philadelphia. 0 graduates aided in be in ring employment. Write for details. 4ijyl teachers examinations. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates As follows during 1892 and �?T93 at new Philadelphia november 26, �?T92 january 28, �?T93 february 25, �?T93 june 17, 93 August 26th, 93. At canal Dover january 7, �?T93 february 11,�?T93 april 22, �?T93 july 8,�?T93. At Uhrichsville March 8th, �?T93. At Mineral Point March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june 3d, �?T93. Pupils examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, �?T93 May 6th, �?T93. Aminbai ions will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the clji93, each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with Nen and Ink and the Neces sary paper will be furnished by the Board. A examinations a Fol be held a the High school room in the respective places examiners we. E. Beck clerk. J. W. Pfeifer preset. J. Richardson. When the history the recent democratic Campaign in Ohio is written it will be found that much the credit for the Victory and it was a Victory is due to senator Calvin 8. Brice. The senator made Little noise before election but that was his strongest card. It was exactly the right year for a successful still 1 Vestern Reserve Democrat. Hon. Calvin s. Brice is one the shrewdest and most far seeing the democratic leaders in our party. He merited the important office United states s Nator and is worthy higher recognition. Card thanks. We desire through the columns the times to express our sincere thanks to the friends and neighbors who were so kind and attentive during the recent illness and death our husband and father Nicholas Rouen Berry. Wife and children deceased. We failed to mention last week the death Nicholas Rosenberry who died nov. 11, aged 73 years and 6 months at Hia in the residence in crooked run Valley. Stomach trouble was the cause his death. Or. Rosenberry was a Good substantial Farmer and an old resident the county and highly respected. He was the father 12 children 9, whom Are yet living and Are respected citizens. The interment took place monday the 14th, at crooked run cemetery Rev. J. S. Jones conducting the funeral services. New Philadelphia markets. Flour Patent barrel. 8 5 00 a a a a sack. 1 25 a a Best family barrel. A a 0 Amber 3 sack. 1 15 wbk at. Tsueh. 78 Urtso to Bushel. 30 Rye Bushel. 55 Corn a Bushel 50 butter Quot it Pound. 18@22 eggs dozen. Buckwheat flour Pound. Hams Pound. Shoulders $ Pound. Sides Pound. Bad Pound.,.,.,. Tallow Pound. £4 04 10 u7 00 09 04 beef v Pound. 04@051 15 1 30 1 00 1 35 2 259 00 1 50 60 01 1 00 9 00 1 80 2s@3035 00 07 Salt Goshen ? barrel. Salt new York per bbl. White Lime 1? barrel. Akron Cement barrel. Coleine plaster $ barrel. Land plaster ton. Quot a a barrel. Potatoes fat Bushel. Hags per Pounci. A a Nroa. Per Bushel. Hay per ton. Timothy seed per Bushel. Wool. Fertilizer per ton. Chickens per Pound. Ducks a a. Turkeys a a geese each. Dover seed per Bushel a. 0��?o foreign markets 3d Page. Let so Vul la Praia. We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been Selling doctor Kings new discovery for consumption . Kings new life pills Bucklen a Arnica Salvo and electric bitters and have never handled remedies that sell As Well that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the Purchase pipe if satisfactory results do not follow their use these remedies have won their great popularity purely their Merit. F. Miller a son druggists. Officer Beckhold had a narrow escape from getting his Scalp lifted last saturday evening. He was Holl ing the step ladder while the electric Ian no was being trimmed. When All a sudden the Large Globe dropped about fifteen feet striking the officer fair the head. Lie was Cut in a dozen different places and bled profusely. Roy Jaburg the genial urbane usher at the opera House bound up his wounds Aud officer Beckhold resumed his duties As a a a. police in the gallery. The concert Given by prof. And mrs. Niles last thursday evening was a Success. The a a disappointments came thick and fast and 7 nos. Had to to omitted. On account the rally at Cana Dover the orchestra and trombone Solo with other solos were compelled to Send in regrets. Mrs. Reed the principal Soprano soloist was quite ill with Quincy. However . Arnold was there and his pleasing manner and voice charmed the attentive listeners. Messes. Harbin Cooper and Richards aided very much in entertaining tre audience. Or. Harger rec seeker and miss a Ina Deardorff and miss May Peters miss Daisy Dodd and the masters Dodd Hardesty Spahr and staling All deserve the highest Praise for the delightful soul stirring and Beautiful music rendered so Well by them. Or. George Dearborn was in Good voice and Sang two numbers Well. Miss Laura Bordner also executed some very difficult music. She is a Tine pianist almost an artist4 we should say. Misses Afifie Niles and a Hie uni Ely also added very much to the entertainment by opening the concert with a Good evening greeting mias Millie is also a very Tine pianist. The pupils ail acquitted themselves Well and their teachers feel proud them. The amount realized was $75. Formerly new York now the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia monday. Nov. 28. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. To g p. M., one Day Only. Saturday night a democratic Jollif cation was held at Uhrichsville. Two coaches packed full went from new Philadelphia. It is said that a very Large crowd was in attendance and a pleasant time generally. A Large procession paraded the streets with torches and transparencies. Red lights illuminated the route during the Parade making a very Fine display. The Mill township democracy did Well at the last election and have Good reason to rejoice. Rome the Pike run and new Philadelphia boys engaged in a general Melee and Knock Down the Way Back which is to be regretted. Or. Edgar a. Walter the efficient county auditor Knelt at the Hymen Eal shrine tuesday at 12 30 clock and took unto himself a wife in the person miss Minnie m. Prenc daughter James Spence this City. Miss Spence is a handsome and accomplished Young lady quite popular with the Young people the town. The wedding was a quiet affair and Only a few the intimate associates the Bride and Groom were present. Rev. Calvin Kinsey Frey a Valley performed the ceremony making them Man and wife. They left tuesday afternoon for a trip to Cleveland Chicago and to visit a sister . Walters in Wisconsin. They will return december 3d. They have the Best wishes the times for their future happiness and Prosperity. Miss Kate Heiner Cleveland daughter . And mrs. Frank Heiner a former resident this City died at her Home in Cleveland thursday evening last rheumatism the heart. Mis3 Heiner visited friends Here for a week and went Home a week ago last saturday just a week from the Day she returned Home she was brought Back to this City a Corpse. She was aged 17 years and a promising Young lady. Her Mother mrs. Heiner is a sister . John Joss the jeweler her Many friends and acquaintances Here Are grieved to witness the untimely departure miss Heiner. Special Sale Indian baskets. A a comment Long nov. 4-. And continuing until dec. 1, 1892. George Maughiman Gnadenhutten was taken to the insane Asylum at Columbus tuesday by sheriff Adams. H. A. Parmelee has just completed a very pretty Wood mantel for f. Reed. Republicans will eat a a Crown and the democrats Turkey thanksgiving Day. Or. Dan c. Gent Toh who has been visiting friends at Coshocton Ohio has again returned for duty. Now is the time to advertise for the holidays. Remember the times has the largest circulation. If you Are in need a pair shoes Call and see Meyers a Rosch. 2vv g. E. Dugan Finley Ohio has taken a position As Barber with . Charles Englehart South Broadway. We. Mckinley sr., father governor Mckinley died heart trouble the 20th infat., at his Home in Canton Ohio. High binders at ran Francisco shot and killed Chin How Han a shrimp dealer upon his refusal to pay the blackmail levied against him. Hon. J. A. Buchanan and his daughters attend d the funeral mrs. Barber Guernsey county Mother the late mrs. John a. Buchanan. Jimmie Green a Bright lad 12 years St. Clair St., who has been lying dangerously ill with typhoid fever is now rapidly convalescing. Wednesday night last week the democracy Tuscarawas county celebrated the event the election Grover Cleveland at new Philadelphia with a grand torchlight procession music and fireworks. It was the largest crowd gathered in this City for Many years. The procession was composed mounted men and hundreds foot each one blowing a tin Horn and Hur Rahing for Cleveland. A number transparencies bearing legends illustrative the issues and incidents the Campaign were carried in the procession and created much merriment. A comic representation a Mckinley tin plate Mill in full operation attracted great attention. After the Parade a display fireworks was made in the Public Square where for a time pandemonium reigned. The Mckinley tin Horn and torchlight Wero important features in the Parade. Our Republican friends had bought their supplies before the election expecting to give a grand a blow out a but alas they reckoned without their Host. It wus then an act political Economy to sell the Stock at a reduced Price to the democrats. Everybody seemed to enjoy themselves All went off smoothly and peaceably. A special train from Uhrichsville brought a crowd and these together Wilh horsemen from the country helped to Sweiti the vast throng. A Charles Schneider and family Newcomerstown visited his Mother in Law mrs. Maria Berkshire a few Days last week. Mrs. Or. P. Drumm near Gilmore died saturday nov. 13th, and was interred in the Gnadenhutten cemetery. The members the Junior order met at their Lodge room Rabbath last and marched in a body to the m. P. Church where they were entertained by a Sermon preached exclusively for the order by Rev. Mccormick. Misses Maggie Berkshire and Rose my Cormick attended quarterly meeting services at Rush Chapel saturday and sunday. Or. David Peoples and wife visited the latter a father Levi Morris thursday last. Prof. E. E. Fowler Uhrichsville Vised his parents at this place saturday Aud sunday. Or. D. Hofling is suffering with several severe carbuncles at present but is slowly recovering. Mrs. Jane Morris visited relatives in town last week. Theodore Lanning spent Sabbath with his family at this place Ltd. A bitter Haitt Wood. Transfers real estate. At canal Dover. Miss Kate Myers the Democrat Force was 75 years old thursday last and was the recipient a $5 Gold piece from . Harry Gould. The place to buy your dry goods if you want to save Money is at John h. Kinsey a Northwest Cor. Public Square. Mrs. Chris. Meyers West Philadelphia died sunday morning cancer and was buried tuesday afternoon. She leaves a husband and four children. Until further notice the menus meeting at the rooms the Young menus Christian association will begin at 3 30, instead 4 clock. Thursday night the in terrified held their great Jubilee in canal Dover. An immense throng gathered from All Over the county filled the streets and by 7 clock the throng almost equated that at new Philadelphia the night previous. The line the procession was formed water Street and the route was taken up factory Street thence up third and then Biek to the Deis Corner amid a Fine display fireworks strains music from the bands and strains discord from the multitude enthusiastic Horn footers. Jacob Horn and Walters had a Carriage with four horses attached in which they sat in full dress and silk plugs playing the role the distinguished bowing first to the right and then to the left. The whole affair was conducted in an orderly manner and each person the literary society this place reorganized last tuesday night by electing James Carr president and Osa Kinsey Sicre Tarjer. Henry Chapman and A. Decker made a business trip to the county seat last wednesday and remained for the ratification meeting in the evening and report it to have been an immense affair. G. D. Miller and wife made a business trip to Uhrichsville last Friday. D. Gibson Guernsey county who has been working the past summer Lor . Quigley left this Section As his time had expired. He won Mady friends while among us. J. F. Cappel was at the county seat last monday business. There will be Church services at this place next thursday thanksgiving Day. Preaching by Rev. Mccormick. X. Y. Z. Crooked run. Maurice Moody to James m. Gordon lot 6, Denniard $ 200 00 David Brown to John e. Henry 1 acre Mill. 100 00 Lewis Buss to John Buss part lot 40, new Philadelphia 650 00 c. D. Grimes to m. L. George lot 3, new Philadelphia 250 00 we. W. Sterling to Harry l. Ding Raad South half lot 215, Uhrichsville. 900 00 Ann Peffer Etal Bunce Warner part lot 4, new Philadelphia. 60 00 Mary e. And Charles ii. Mathews to Alexander Heingartner one tenth an acre new Philadelphia. 700 00 Maurice Moody to Jacob Pearci lot 3, Dennison. 100 00 Maurice Moody to Robert Mccool lot 5, Dennison. 200 00 Jacob Pearch to Benjamin f. Chase lot 3, Dennison 775 00 Newton Gibbons to Elmer Fok Feld lots 12 and 13, Dennison 1600 00 John a. Hostetler to Amelia Strickmaker three tenths an acre Doyer. John c. Cross to we. D. Collier lot 13, Uhrichsville. We. D. Collier to Thos. B. Hammond lot 13, Uhrichsville. Kate and Dillon Wallace to Martha Smyth lot 24, Newport. Henry a Kahler to Ida a. Bidwell part lots 65, 66 and 67, Bolivar. Samuel p. Mizer to Frederick j. Schlarb 100 Roods Bucks. Charles s. Johnson it Al to Geo Vanhorn jr., lot 7, Dennison John Lawver to Eunice Calder Wood lot 1, Dennison. Lucinda Flavin to George j. Markley 59 2-100 acres Randy 2655 we. B. Gordon to George j. Markley 40 acres Sandy 3150 red and the therm it Troeter. Washington letter. Cleveland. In a speech before the n. Y. Chamber Commerce. Allays the fears caused by the republicans. No extra session to be held. Numerous applications for quarters from those desirous witnessing the inaugural ceremonies. A walking his 450 00 200 00 225 00 50 00 1075 00 50 400 00 800 00 00 00 seemed Bent upon time. Dover is never she undertakes. Having a merry behind in what . And mrs. Corl and Little daughter mane Navarre took thanksgiving dinner with their parents and Sisters in this City. A new paper to be called the Tribune with $200,000 capital will be started m Cincinnati soon. It will be Republican and former employees the commercial Cazette we Ali run it. Mrs. Yant Fostoria is visiting her her parents . And mrs. Otis and will remain until after thanksgiving. Mrs. Otis will return with her and remain until new years. It was president Harrison who said four years ago a the lord did the lord spoke again with unusual emphasis last Kenton Democrat. When any Reader the times anyone else knows an important news item we will appreciate it As a great favor if he will Call and give it to us when in town. The two democratic papers Wayne county have consolidated. They were the Wooster jacksonian and Wayne county Democrat. It. Makes a Strong Plant now. These baskets Are something new and make appropriate Holiday presents. We have ail sizes colors shapes and kinds namely work baskets Glove baskets Collar and cuff baskets paper baskets Market baskets Wall pockets clothes hampers and fancy baskets All kinds. Prices from 5 cents to $5. Remember the dates and place. Custer Schneider amp co. East High Street. I f you want a bargain in carpets now is the time to Call in As we Are closing out our fall and Winter Stock at prices that will atoms a you. 2w John h. Kinsey Northwest Cor. Public Square. What class persons apply to drs France and Ottman for Relief this question May naturally occur to the minds some who have not visited our office. To such we will say a single visit will convince anyone that we have the most elegant Homelike and most completely equipped medical and surgical establishment in the United states we Ith Earnest thoughtful and sincere physicians. Our patrons Are the same character. In fact they Are made up from the intelligent thinking classes from those who dare to think Aud act for themselves. Having failed to obtain Relief from their Home physicians they dare do As they please about employing others however much the opinion those who tailed to give them Relief May be traded upon them. They Are people who Are willing to investigate and Are not bigoted prejudiced against their own interests but Are willing to acknowledge improvement and advancement wheresoever found and take advantage it to obtain Relief. You Are invited to do the same. Come and investigate remain away and continue to be become an invalid and suffer the consequences ignorance and prejudice. To Settle an election bet a West Virginia Republican was obliged to eat a Fried rat. Not very Dainty fare we surmise but perhaps about As Good As . Card thanks. We wish to extend to the Many friends no he Ped us during the sickness and death our Only daughter our most sincere thanks. Or. And mrs. Fred Brown. To the Public. Our cloak department is full and Complete but from this Date we will Maks great reductions in prices. It will pay you to Call and see them. 2w John h. Kinsey Northwest Cor. Public Square. We. Smith Midvale was lodged in jail a Lew Days ago the charge grand larceny. He is said to have stolen $40 from John Bealer. His Case will come before the grand jury at next term court. The loss to vessel owners and shippers has been great for some Days past account storms the Lake. The Pontiac a Large vessel owned by the Cleveland Iron mining co., is supposed to be lost by the heavy gales last week. Or. D. Harter congressman elect from the Mansfield District has already announced the postmasters throughout his congressional District. He took that course to prevent the annoyance applicants. Just after election mrs. Henry Villard gave a Little dinner party in Celebration the Victory and in Honor mrs. Cleveland. The guests were the wives a number . Cleveland a most prominent supporters in new York. Caterer Sherry when asked to furnish the ice and get up something very Nice Replie i a my dear Madam just leave that to me and you shall be entirely when the ice was brought to the table the guests and hostess were convulsed with laughter. The ice was in the form grandfathers hat and it was a crushed hat at that. A Little girl about four years old accompanied by her Mother greatly amused the passengers in a crowded Euclid Avenue car the other night by her continual talking. She entered her talk upon Street cars and the mysterious electrical current. Finally she looked into the tace her Mother and said a a do they push cars in heaven by Triciti a receiving a Brief answer in the negative she continued a a Well Mamma i done to want to go to heaven if the cars Are like those St. Clair Street and Are pushed by Cleveland Plain dealer. The trial George e. Moore for murder that engaged the court All last week closed saturday night. The jury was instructed about 8 clock and were out All night. Sunday morning they brought in a verdict murder in the second degree. The penalty is life imprisonment. The defendant says he would rather it Wras first degree that he would rather die than stay in prison All his life. The friends the defendant Are somewhat disappointed As they expected the verdict to be nothing More than manslaughter. An Effort wiil be made to secure a new trial. Moore was ably defended and some think they did extremely Well in securing a second degree verdict. Sentence will be Given after the hearing motion for a new trial. Guiou services in the opera House Philip Baker the milk dealer is making improvements Oil his House which Wien finished will make it one the finest in this Valley. Friend Murray is wrapped in his Mullier a sure indication that Winter is at hand. Or. Lantzer is the War path and is giving the Fox his just dues. Len Overholt is making some improvements upon his House. Our school is getting along splendidly with prof. Alpeter As principal and . Lamas assistant. The attendance is Good and the Best order prevails. Messes. Brewer and Menges have each built a new House. Or. Young has organized a singing class at the German Church. Or. Nicholas Rosenbery who died suddenly last week was born near Akron and came to this place about 40 years ago. He was not an educated Man yet he possessed More than Ordinary intelligence while his liberality and sound judgement made him a recognized Leader in this Community. A. S. The locomotive headlight must go. For some time past the Pennsylvania Railroad officials have been considering the question lighting the tracks at night throughout its entire system with electricity. This plan will dispense with the headlight every locomotive and by so doing will make travelling More Safe More comfortable and More convenient for the Public and railway employees. Plans Are now being perfected and experiments Are to be made that part the tracks Between Broad Street Philadelphia and Bryn mawr covering a distance nearly 20 Miles. Travelling by night should be As Safe As it is by Day and also As cheerful. With a continuous Light upon the tracks safety and cheerfulness will be the better assured. Moreover the signals that have much to do with causing accidents would be made to show out More clearly than they do now were the electric system proposed be arranged toward that end. The Rocky Mountain Waif. Connected with the opera House in this City is a Young Man whom his friends familiarly Call also connected with the same building but in a different Way is the usual hot water Heater. In conjunction with the Heater a thermometer for regulating the temperature is placed in the front the House. Last saturday night this useful instrument m some unaccountable Way was broken the Mercury sinking Down 10� below Zero. This fact was known to manager Sharp and two other attaches but not to a a shortly before the opening . Sharp saw a a red go up to the thermometer and examine it. The indications seem to Surprise him and after looking at it for some moments he lit a match and held it under the instrument. This had the effect elevating the Mercury to the boiling Point where it obstinately stuck. Poor a a red blew his breath upon the instrument and Shook it but to no Avail the refractory recorder still registered boiling Point. Finally in despair a a red a concealing the thermometer under his coat carried it to the rear the stage and holding it under the hydrant tried the effect ice cold water. But still the contrary Mercury Rem lined at its High Altitude and like a dishonest creditor a Monkey up a pole refused to come at last in disgust a a red deposited the instrument in the Snow where oblivious to the surroundings the Mercury still registered boiling Point. A a red did not have much to say during the rest the evening and appeared to be wondering at the strange antics the temperature recorder. The slave Trade. Next Sabbath at 7 a m. Music from the gospel hymns. All Are invited. Bring your hymn books with you and take part in the services. Order service. 1. Anthem by the choir. 2. Hymn a fall Hail the Power Jesus 3. Reading scripture lesson and prayer. 4. Hymn a nearer my god to 5. Sermon by Rey. J. Ltd. Kreusch. Subject a a the plumb line gods 6. Hymn a Sweet Bye and 7. Benediction. Broke out jail. Steubenville o., nov. 19.�?George Kelly White indicted for Burgi arly and Harry Snowden coloured in for grand larceny escaped jail last night sawing the bars off their cells and digging a Hole through the Brick Wall. Famine in Russia St. Petersburg nov. 19.�?-count Tolstoi in the russian Gazette says a famine again threatens his District. Oats Are an utter failure and the Rye Harvest is As bad As in 1891. There is a dearth material for fires. The Outlook is As b Lack As possible. On thursday thanksgiving Day the new Philadelphia Post office will be open from 9 to 10 a. M., 1 to 1 30 p. And from 6.30 to 7 30 p. Let everybody please Bear this a mind. Next thanksgiving Day the big four opera House at Dover will have As an attraction the charming Rocky Mountain Idyl a the Rocky Mountain the play is constructed upon the plan Bret Harte so a my Liss a and the leading part Little Goldie is filled by a talented child artist for whom the play was especially a written. Though Only 15 years age this Little lady has a wonderful dramatic Power and her songs and dances have caught the attention hundreds audiences throughout the country. An old negro Mammy and a trick Donkey lend a comic tinge to the rough Western scenes. The scenery carried by the company is great variety and includes representations pikes Peak Manitou Springs and the wonderful Garden the gods. Tie play is Well Worth seeing. Tax paying time is at hand now and we wish our patrons when they come to pay taxes to remember us and come prepared to pay us some the paper. The usual greeting the Street is a Well i came to pay my taxes and if i have any Money left i will come around and Square up for the that has become quite a make your arrangements before starting. Marriage permits. The following marriage licenses have been granted by probate j Edge Mitchell g. F. Stein Nola Milner. Thomas r. Roberta Leafy West. Geoge Moore Christina Mccane. John Barnhill Lydia m. Evans. John p. Thomas Hattie t. Schott. Walter Sargent Eliza a. Devine. Most people will be surprised to know that there is such a thing As slave traffic still going in the world and that the traders Are alleged civilized White men. Yet . J. G. Paton has come to this country to try and arouse interest Here to Stop the most horrible traffic in Numan beings that the world has Ever known. This traffic is according to . Paton carried Between polynesia and Queensland. The new hebrides islands Are the great slave marts the world. Natives Exchange their boys girls for firearms liquor offered by the traders who carry away the children and dispose Many them to Queensland sugar planters while others Are taken to new Caledonia made to work in the Pearl Shell fisheries in Torres Straits. It was due to . Paton that in 1885 the Royal commission was appointed which Laid before the world the record kidnapping and murder growing out this barter. Queensland however demanded the cheap Kanaka labor and stringent regulations were made by the British government which for a time seemed to Correct the abuses until the Trade became a genuine labor traffic. This traffic was abolished in 1890, but owning to the difficulty in procuring cheap labor for the Queensland plantations the British government has decided recently to reopen it and to this Paton objects. He says a the slave traffic is going in the new hebrides just As openly As it was some years ago. Two shipload unfortunate boys and. Girls dragged from the islands Lett Only recently 600 in one vessel 350 in another. Fifteen 16 vessels Are constantly hovering about the islands trying to get the Kanaka away by fair foul Means. A father will sell a boy for one Musket while for a girl he demands two muskets. For similar bribes a chieftain one tribe will Kidnap the natives another Island and give them up to the White slave . Paton is determined to arouse sufficient interest in this country so that a Union Effort May be brought about with England and Germany to effectually put a Stop to this outrageous business. He should certainly receive the encouragement and assistance All really civilized nations and this i outrageous traffic be stamped out. Cleveland world. From our regular correspondent Washington d. C., nov. 18, 1892. A president elect Cleveland will not Call an extra session Congress unless the Republican Senate shall at the coming session by hanging up defeating some necessary appropriation measure compel him to do the speaker the above is a Democrat who took a prominent part in the Campaign and who has just returned from new York where he had a number conferences with the president elect. He is opposed to an extra ses Sion Congress believing that it would be bad business As Well As bad politics As indeed do Many other democrats who were at first inclined to think it Good policy to hold an extra session for Tariff legislation. Unless the prominent republicans who have turned up in Washington since the election Are mistaken an attempt a to be made in the Senate to make an extra session necessary by leaving undone things that ought to be done. This is not to be done openly but by parliamentary chicanery in which the Republican senators Are adepts. Senator Carlisle who is regarded by Many As the next Secretary state thinks . Cleveland a Little speech at the banquet the new York chamber Commerce will have a Happy effect in counteracting the Causeless business scare which the republicans Are trying so hard to extend Over the country. The sensible men the country know full Well that the Prosperity this country is in no danger at the hands the democratic party but if they had been Ever so uneasy these words from democracy a chosen Leader and president elect would be sufficient to reassure them. A a we Are All interested As americans in a common Pursuit. Our purpose is ought to be m our several spheres to add to the general fund National Prosperity. From this fund we Are entitled to draw perhaps not equally but justly each receiving a fair portion individual Prosperity. Let us avoid trampling one he other in our anxiety to be first in the distribution shares and let us not attempt to appropriate the share is this the language a conspirator against his country a welfare a patriotic citizen who believes in every Man being Given a Chance to enjoy the greatest attainable Prosperity ? senator Carlisle who Only stopped in Washington a few hours his Way to see his family said the extra session question a a it will depend upon conditions at this time undeveloped and which Only time will develop. If there is an extra session it will probably not meet until late in the fall. The Tariff alone will not furnish sufficient reason for an extra session. The financial affairs the government May be such As to make an extra session imperative. It appears probable that we shall find that there is not enough Money in the Treasury for the needs the government. There is a situation in the Treasury which every thoughtful Man who has considered the matter has Long foreseen. Liere is an accumulation deficiencies and obligations that have been contracted that will come Over to us. It May be that this situation will furnish reason enough Why an extra session should be called. We shall have to see what is done at this session Congress. If the Sherman Silver Law be not repealed and other action such As the situation demands he taken we May be swamped. Upon these things depend the calling an extra democratic organizations intending to come to the inauguration would better a get a move their applications for quarters they May have to sleep in tents so rapidly Are rooms being already booked. The same chairman who made such a magnificent Success the first Cleveland inauguration has been put at the head the citizens inaugural committee and the preliminary arrangements Are already Well under Way. The Crocodile tears now being shed by Secretary Noble Ana superintendent Porter because two census Bureau employees have been detected in crooked work one trying to steal votes in new York and the other furnishing the government fals reports Alaska Lor use before the Behring sea court arbitration Are Odd to say the least when the record the Bureau is called to mind. A a done to walk upon your uppers a done to Wear your bin summer shoes and catch your death by colds when we Cai. Incas your feet in such stylish and durable shoes at such reasonable prices. We Are Selling a Good durable soft easy Kangaroo Cork Soled shoe for men at $4.00. You should see them. We also have something new for the rolling Mill boys a Russia Grain leather tap sole shoe which will Wear like Iron and stand the heat better than any shoe we Ever had. Done to forget we have the Best assortment rubber goods and Felt slippers. We also have a lot women a calf lace shoes All sizes which Wear going to sell for Only 65 cents re Tiia Price was $1.50. You should see them. E. Parmelee the shoe dealer new Philadelphia Ohio. Are you in need if you want Money. Want a Cook want a Home want a servant want employment want to find anything want to sell your farm want to Exchange anything want to sell your new goods want to make any farm Loans want to sell Trade for anything want to find customers for anything make use these columns. Leave your orders with Bash amp Bechold for butter eggs fish oysters and dressed poultry. At the rear the court House. Farmers take your butter eggs and poultry to Bash amp Bechold. They will pay you Cash for it. Their room is in the rear the court House. Bash amp Bechold pay the highest Market prices for country produce. Room in township building. Prevents palsy shocks and to i sudden , cures nervous prostration. Price $1.00. For Sale by f. Miller amp son. Of distilled from the richest malted Barley chases Barley malt whisky is full Nutriment Nold and excellent and absolutely pure. A. Bippus a son sole agents new Philadelphia Leo natural White Oil comes from natures invisible Depths purely a Mineral product. Grows hair head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out. Price 50 cents. For Sale by f. Miller amp son. Of for weak lungs and feebleness chases Barley malt whisky is an excellent tonic. It is absolutely pure full Nutriment and builds up the system. A. Bippus amp son sole agents for new Philadelphia. 1 to natural White Oil grows hair the head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out. It is natures True hair grower. Grows moustache and whiskers. Price 50 cents. For Sale by f. Miller amp son. Of we have two Good lots left yet m Brown and Heindle addition front Street in West Philadelphia Allentown. These lots Are situated convenient for men in the Iron Mills Nail Mill and Are cheap. Call so Moore at times office. Of. A salary. With expenses paid will come Handy to anyone who is now out employment especially whore no previous experience is required to get the position. If you want a position see the advertisement Page 4, headed a a Chance to make 46w4 attention everybody to anted the ladies new Phil y Adelphia and Vicinity to know that prof. O. Ii. Delamorton Paris France has established a Branch his famous scientific dress cutting school in this City at room 15, West High Street Over Mathas a Hicks store. Lessons Given free for 36 Days. Call and investigate. Seamless dresses exhibition at All times in our school. School hours from 9 a. In. To 5 p. School will open tuesday nov. 22. Call address miss m. Dunlap representing prof. O. H. Delamorton. Agents wanted. Removal. To the Public As Well As my old friends i desire to state that i have removed with my family to my former Home in canal Dover wherein partnership with my son Henry i have opened a first class restaurant. 1 respectfully solicit a share your patronage j. G. Newman. A million Frind. A Friend in need is a Friend indeed and not less than one million people have found just such a Friend in . Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and you have never used this great cough Medicine one trial will convince you that it Lias wonderful curative Powers in All diseases Throat Chest and lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to do All that is claimed Money will be refunded. Trial bottles free at f. Miller a songs druggists. Large bottles 50c and $1,00. Having removed Back to my old stand in my new room in the Gudgeon Block i respectfully invite All my old patrons As Well As the Public in general to Call and see the elegant Stock jewelry silverware clocks Etc. I have a Fine room for display and Fine goods and shall Endeavor to please customers. I guarantee satisfactory prices. Horace Hall. A rent store room. Inquire e. If. Parmelee the shoe dealer. Burnside carries the Best and heaviest line stationary in new Philadelphia. 47w2 general real estate and insurance office. If you need Good fire life Accident insurance want to buy sell real estate have any notary work to do give me a Call. Office opposite m. E. Church Corner West High and fifth St., new Philadelphia Ohio. Jacob Degreif notary Public and ins. At. To the Public. I have just opened a first Dass meat Market at my old stand North Broadway near the Sherman iiou3e. A Good Supply the Best fresh and cured meats and poultry always hand. Everything neat and clean. We will be pleased to meet our old cur Somers As Well As new ones. Yours respectfully 47w2 we. Knodel

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