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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 30, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $1.65. New Philadelphia times volume Chi. My my pm Waer pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal raking powder co. Too Wall St. N y new Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor myers1 Block second floor North Broadway. A a a the new Philadelphia times frill be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. In Advance-.�?�1.00 in not paid within three mods 1.50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Business directory. Or. S. Vail dentist. It see in dry Block Over Fribley a hardware Joseph Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi. Ohio August 14,1890. 33yl t h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl . Byron c. Hendershot. A a a office and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. C. Ellis Chi text. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call no. 48 South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl d r. Joseph f. Fox office Over Gentsch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from i to 3 p. May 25-Ly. H h. Porter special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w. High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D. Richards. Jqhn. P. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to to a. In. Office hours i 2 to 4 p. 7 to 8 p. In. Sundays 9 to to a. In. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. A te�?$2.00 per Day. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl the Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and pay your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other agents. Kurtz agent. I. Hendershot adjuster. For Sale Good meat Market and fixtures Good Trade Good town a bargain for anyone Good reason to a Elling. Address the times office. Of a . Lecture course december 15�?�?othe boys to Day a h. H. Emmett. January 12, �?T94�?�?oa twice told tale a the Rise and fall the moustache a a Robert j. Burdette. February 9�?�?othe Long and Short . Lyman b. Sperry. March 9�?�?oup the Rhine and Over the Alps a major Henry c. Dane. Are your children subject to croup so you should never be without a bottle chamberlains cough remedy. It is a certain cure for croup and has never been known to fail. If Given freely As soon As the croup cough appears it will prevent the attack. It is the sole Reliance with thousands mothers who have croup children Arni never disappoints them. There is no danger in giving this remedy in Large and frequent doses As it contains nothing injurious 50 cent hotels for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists. Or w. Terry who Bas been in the drug business at Elkton. Ky., for the past twelve years says a a chamberlains a Coush remedy gives better satisfaction than any other cough Medicine i have Ever there is Good reason for this. No other will cure a cold so quickly no other is so certain a preventative and cure for croup no other affords so much Relief in Cass whooping cough. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists. Do you want to build a House if so take Stock in the Ohio National building amp loan co., and get your Money to build with. Done to fail to Call 8. Moore Secretary at the times office and get information the subject something new foot. Bankrupt this is the deplorable condition Ohio a state Treasury. An expose that will be startling to the tax payers tilt state who have reposed Confluence in deficit Over �?�1,400,000, All which was carefully concealed until after the election. Columbus 0., nov. 20�?�?ow. A. is again after the financial mis managers the state in the enquirer and proves by the figures the state auditor and treasurer that the state Treasury is actually bankrupt Ana More than $1,000,000 in debt. On nov. 15th when these officers made their annual settlement there was but $138,015 hand in the general Revenue fund to meet the liabilities the state. These offices were not ready to give the amount receipts for the year nor the current liabilities probably because they do not want to. But . Taylor takes the auditors estimates in january last and this is what the figures show total estimated revenues in the general Revenue fund $3, 634,867. With which to meet All requirements from nov. Loth 1892, to nov. Loth 1893. Total ascertained liabilities according to the state auditors official figures. Outstanding warrants nov. 16,1892.$ 24,084 for payment existing appropriations nov. 16, 1892. 917,226 for payment deficiencies nov. 16, 1892. 78,132 appropriations in 1893. 4 062,000 grand 5,081,442 deduct total resources. 3,634,867 actual 1,446,575 this is precisely the condition things which . Taylor presented during the Campaign and now the official figures sustain him. The official figures show further that the average rate taxation for All purposes state and local for 1893-1894 will be 2. 5 per cent the appraised value All the property in the state. The total amount taxes collected for All purposes in 1892-1893 was $40,-725,475. For 1893-1894, $44,015,583. Total local bonded indebtedness 1891, before Mckinley a first election $71,233,-774 in 1892, $83,777,473 1893, $101,428,-409. All these burdens were Laid upon the people by the Seventieth general Assembly. The next one will be even More reckless since recklessness has been endorsed. The Era tax confiscation is upon the people. Even those who voted the Republican ticket will soon be regretting that they did not vote to conserve their own Newark advocate. I take notice there Are a Large number our foreign subscribers considerably in arrears. We have written them twice and get no response. We can to run a paper for nothing and pay postage it besides. Unless remitted soon we shall advertise the accounts for Sale and discontinue the paper. K in % j it notice to merchants anti others. You Are hereby notified that i will not be responsible for any Bills contracted by my wife Hattie Kiser. 2t Simon g. Kiser. 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 lungs Are sore such an Ali cation the Chest and another the Back Between the shoulder Blades will often prevent pneumonia. There nothing so Good for a lame Back pain in the Side. A sore Throat can nearly always be cured in one n Gilt by applying a flannel Bandage dampened with pain Balm. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller Yon druggists 50 doses Honey figs�?50 cents. A Honey figs is a very concentrated extract Ripe California figs Etc. It has no equal As a Safe cure for constipation colds fever nervousness in Active kidneys Etc. Old folks love it and children beg for More. Physicians give it in place Castor Oil. Keep up with the times and done to let any druggist sell you some syrup not half 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. Sold by f. H. Gentsch. 44y new cases in common pleas court. Sarah Elizabeth Davis is Jonas Davis divorce prayed for the ground habitual drunkenness. Charles m. Price is Sarah Stiffe it a1 action in partition. John Kilgore is Theodore Morris action for Money due. John Penrod is John Mason. Samuel Smith is the Deis Bissman Kurtz co., action for Money due. Frederick Buehler is Phillip Hahn it ai., action for Money due. Andrew Ervine is Nora Robert action for Money due. The following letters remain at the Post office up to nov. 27 Barbara Smith Jemima Jenkins Amelia Pfister Margaret Branan h. P. Williams. Rev. Gustavc St Walker William Watters Cora English a. W. Campbell Clara Harney Sarah m. Hayden Minnie m. Howells Manda Gonter John w. Garabrant Rose Reasinger David Jenkins Eleck Jones Charley Schwab. Call calling for any the above please say Philadelphia o., thursday Noy. 30, 1893. Number 49. J a splendid Opportunity. Done to miss it Spring Bros. Are sell ii ing dress goods and wraps at from to to 20 per cent below regular prices for j spot Cash for the next 30 Days. By bayed is Money earned big Boom in pig Iron. Nashville tenn., nov. 27.�?the Tennessee Coal Iron and Railroad company today advanced pig Iron 25 per cent a ton the second Advance in the past thirty Days. Since Selling 56,-000 tons last month the company has sold 30,000 tons additional at an Advance 25 per cent., 15,000 tons this was taken by american Consumers and 15,000 tons As an investment by London Bankers. In addition these London Bankers authorized an offer to the company at the same figures for the product four furnaces for six months which would amount to 100,-000 tons. The offer was declined . If England has become a consumer pig Iron while we have a Tariff it Why do we Nee i a Tariff to keep out the English product do these american manufacturers pig Iron need further Protection they Are no longer government ladies. Sex attorney general Rusk under the Harrison administration died last week and was buried the 24th inst. Many thousand people attended his funeral at Viroqua Wisconsin. Columbus was visited by a very destructive fire the 24th, burning the Chittenden hotel which is the finest in the City and the new Henrietta theater the Audi orium and Park theater. The loss buildings and their contents including the stores in the Chittenden Block will foot up Over $1,000,000. A Gas Well recently drilled at Greenfield Indiana is the largest in the state. It went off while putting in the casing and 600 feet it was shot several Hundred Teet in the air. One piece came Down Bendwise sinking into the hard ground in the Public Highway to feet. The estimate fhe flow Gas is 30,000,000 cubic feet per Day. Alabama republicans have Mckinley to come Down in the Are displeased because the ways and Means committee have put Coal and Iron the free list and think that now is the time to turn the state. The democrats took no Stock in it and Mckinley a presidential Boom in the South will be Small. Things and the masses see that they Are benefited they will As Likely Apjok up any other prominent Republican for president. The Tariff Bill has been Given to the Public by the ways and Means committee. One feature the new Bill is a change from a specific duty to an and Malorum duty. A very important feature is that the necessaries life have either been put the free list a very Low duty placed them. Raw materials for various articles have been added to the free list. It will require local laconic. Ii. A. Parmelee the Wood worker. Correspondence 4th. Page this week. Burnsides Sells the Best 50c Glove in the City try them. 49-2 . Clyde Mcelyer Cambridge was in our City this week. Qui Vive at the Home mrs. Rosalind Grahame monday. The finest line Holiday goods is kept at j. H. Kinsey a. 3t mrs. Maurer and Little son Horace Are visiting friends in Wooster. Mrs. Galbraith and two children Are visiting friends in Hagerstown. James Price Chicago is visiting his father Joshua Price in this City. Mrs. Carrie Custer is the guest her sister mrs. Hilton in Uhn Casville. Misses Nellie amp Lizzie White Are guests . And mrs. Coventry. Mrs. Callie Rogers Newcomerstown is visiting her son John in this City. Burnside has a larger and cheaper a88ortmentof Holiday goods than eve before. 49-2 mrs. Morgan and daughters returned from their visit with Pittsburgh friends wednesday. Miss Cora Schweitzer has gone to East Liverpool to attend the Mcdonald Taylor wedding. Thanksgiving Day. For Good churn and a Bureau also a Windmill. Inquire at this office. Also about 12 acres Timber. Of. Burnside is closing Wall paper at Cost in order to make room for new paper in the Spring. Now is the time to get a bargain. 49-3 if you will do any colouring this fall try magic dyes Tor Rich colors last and make Protection speeches. They against Sun and washing. To cents Gentsch a drug store. The immense line Holiday goods Nas just arrived at the store j. H. Kinsey sat prices to suit the times. Call and see them. 3t special Low prices will be Given dress goods during the month december. It you want to save Money attend these sales at j. H. Kinsey a. 3a j he Little booms that have been Given gov. Mckinley for president May vanish before 1896. It will very much depend the Way the Republican party looks upon the Protection theory by that time. The democratic party will. M Reform the Tariff and when everything gds a skilful physician originated and we. Bush and Sherman Bush were arrested Friday last for breaking and entering a freight car at the c. L. Amp w. Station. They will doubtless get to make a trip to Columbus. Has settled Down to the new state used brants Balsam during Many years practice. No opium. Bottles double usual size for 25 and 50 cents f. H. Gentsch. I. A. Nett formerly the opera House has made arrangements with Hendershot and Williams who has leased the St. Clair Hall to arrange a stage and manage the equipment it. Rev. A. Smith Dover left last thursday for Morgantown w. Va., and will be gone about three months. May his trip be pleasant and his sojourn among the mountaineers one general Good tidings and happiness. M the Valley railway. A committee officials visit Dennison in the interest the proposed Southern Extension. Author and horseman. Two routes proposed. Messes. K. Boler a Neiyer the Valley railway j. T. Johnson superintendent Aud e. C. Lane chief Engineer were in Dennison for a Short time last thursday afternoon. They had been in Cadiz conferring with the people there in regard to the propose South Ern Extension the Road from Valley Junction to some Point the Ohio River in the near future. The party came by private conveyance from Cadiz to Dennison via the Stone Fork Stillwater Creek through Franklin and expressed themselves As Well pleased with the natural advantages that route. While Here they were met by several our business men and shown a few the benefits our town would be to their Road and also the outlet to the North through immense Fields As Good Coal As there is in the state Ohio. The Valley railway is now controlled by the b. Amp R., and will be re organized in a Short time when it is probable the b. Amp Management will set aside a fund to be used for a Southern Extension. There Are two routes talked a one from Valley j unction to the Guernsey Coal Fields the other through new Philadelphia Dover Dennison and Cadiz to Bellaire. It will doubtless depend the inducements uttered which route will be taken by coming through Dennison however they will pass through More important towns than by the other route open up a part the country about Midway Between the c. L. Amp w. And w. Amp l. E. Roads and strike inexhaustible Coa Fields and a valuable country for general business. These officials having nothing to propose at present being Only a committee investigation sent out at the request vice president King the b. To. Who Nas charge the Extension business that Road but they say plainly that the Valley r Iii Way contemplates an Extension it South and that the company wants to find the rout that offers the most advantages All things considered. Free right Way at least and perhaps More would be expected but we believe if the people this route will Snow an interest and earnestness in this matter the Road can be secured. It would be just what we need to develop our resources Aud afford us a North and South connection at one the Best Points the pan handle in Eastern Ohio. There will be a masquerade Ball in Glover shall thanksgiving evening. Everybody invited. Burnside has just received 15 barrels fancy lamps which he will sell very cheap be sure and see them. 49-2 / Burnside will have All his Holiday goods opened up by dec. 1st. You will be surprised to see the amount pretty presents you can buy there Tor a Little Money. 49-2 Good news for the ladles. A Quot for then it 30 Days we will absolute1 by sell All dress goods and wraps at a reduction from to to 25 per cent from the regular Price for spot Cash. 3t Spring Bros. / if this catches the Eye one who is some time to compare the present Bill Quot in Down bred discouraged nervous with the Mckinley Bill so As to see the he Quot in be Wise if he promptly comes effect the new Tariff measure As a whole. Our Border county a Molly Stark has filled her jail full to overflowing having 50 occupants. The Community is overrun with tramps who organize themselves into bands who Are stealing and robbing All sides. They have caused such a reign terror that a citizens meeting was called in Canton to discuss Means for the prevention crime and punishment for the same. Near Alliance a fat steer was killed one farm and carried away leaving the entrails and hide behind. Northern Ohio seems to is similarly pestered. New Philadelphia has escaped Well As to tramps and we know no one suffering for want food and clothing. The times and Farmers Friend $1. Kotlier have you a baby if so it from your druggist to Day for 25 cts a bottle . Hands Colic cure. Every baby often has distressing Colic . Hands Colic cure gives immediate Relief by removing wind from the stomach and quieting the nerves giving restful sleep. Mother think the worry and anxiety this saves you if your baby is teething . Hands teething lotion for 25 cents soothes and relieves All pain. Sold by All druggists. Or. Ottman formerly i grew York now the celebrated examining physician the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients has decided to visit new Philadelphia monday nov. 27th. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. To 6 p. One Day Only. He will to us for . We feeler a nerve Vitalizer the most reliable restorer nerve Aud health. $1 bottles f. H. Gentsch. Or. Daniel Stem pie Beaverdam left last Friday for Preston co., w. A. To be gone two months relatives. He has an Uncle two Brothers and 3 Sisters residing there. We wish him a Safe journey and a pleasant time. Died at Silver Cliff Colorado nov. 22, 1893, . H. T. Clark aged about 60 years. Or. Clark was the husband Eliza Mathhews who resided in this City 30 years ago and is Well known to some our citizens. Mrs. Ramsey Harrison county who has been visiting mrs. S. Moore and family also a. J., and we. Smith and family Dover returned Home after a pleasant sojourn Here three weeks. Come again. D. W. Bowman the hustling solicitor for the Burch directory company Akron o., is among our people getting information for compilation in the directory for this place and Dover. He is a Jolly Good fellow full business and the directory is a sure thing this time. Menus leather boots double sole $1.25, Worth $1 75. Kip boots double sole and tap $1.50 Worth $1.85. Kip boots double sole and tap $2.00 Worth $2.75, broken sizes. Strictly Cash dissolution Sale. Eckert and Taylor new Philadelphia Ohio. 49-4 prepare for Winter weather. Menus rubber boots Candee and Boston $2.60 Colchester spading $2.50. Colchester common $2.25. Felt boots and perfections first Quality $2.25. Boys rubber boots Candee Boston and Colchester $2.00. Strictly Cash dissolution Sale. Eckert amp Taylor new Philadelphia Ohio. 49-4 Protection for the feet. Women a rubber boots $1 44. Overs 25c and 35c. Warm lined shoes $1.00 to $2.00. Hand turned shoes $2.50. Do not fail to see our women a misses Meus and Loyst shoes for $1.00 Worth from $1.25 Jio $2.00 broken lots and sizes rare bargains. Strictly Cash dissolution kale. Eckert a Taylor new Philadelphia Ohio. 49-4a grand concert will be Given in the presbyterian Church to Morrow thanksgiving evening. A Fine program has been prepared consisting vocal and instrumental music solos duets and chorus. Messes. H. Williams and w. C. Kreush among the Best Tenor and Bass singers Cleveland will take a leading part. All Are kindly invited. Commence at 7 30 p. Rn., Standard time doors open at 7 00 p. In. Admission 25c. Children under 12 years 15c. Preaching services at the u. B. Church in this City next Sabbath morning and evening. The morning service will partake the nature a thanksgiving service. Rev. E. V. Cole pastor the u. B. Church will preach at the Bissell Church next Sabbath afternoon at 2 30 p. In. Why he stole. Judge Duffy if you know any mitigating circumstances you Are at Liberty to state them. Prisoners i done to know any except that i took to stealing because i did no to want to loaf around the Street Corners and be taken for a sittings. A Chance to Rise. Butchers i need a boy about your size and will give you three dollars a week. Applicant will i have a Chance to Rise a yes. I want you to be Here at four clock every . Not Unkn Elled. First quidnunc did the town authorities take any appropriate action the death Scruggs the millionaire second quidnunc yes they had the fire Bell rung while the funeral was going .�?judge. He told her. Mother putting the boy out the pantry a How Many More times will i have to Tell you to keep out that preserve Jar Small boy sobbing a no More Mamma. They re All free press. No mistake. Egyptology St they had newspapers in ancient Egypt. Host Well Well did you find one egyptology St no but we found a Fossil Roach and a petrified office Towel. In. Y. Weekly. The wifely remedy. Or. Brace appealingly a pshaw Mary there goes a Suspender Button off my trousers. Mrs. Brace sweetly a never mind dear Here a a safety . Pleasantries. Miss Cutter you have not been in society Long have you miss Plankert no but i remember hearing about you when i was a Mere weekly. One Good thing. Arthurs i wonder How it would do to have a game baseball the ice berth i done to know it would be easy enough though to slide to the harpers Young people. A doubtful cause for Pride. Priscella she looks As proud As if the whole world were under her feet. Prunella Well a Good part it is. She is from topic. She had kept count. Or. Skidds what Lovely Teeth miss Ricketts has miss Fosdick yes they Are her third a Etc truth. U. Carnes. The Romance writer the turf whose Nom de plume is a Roger a few Days ago we had the pleasure making the acquaintance . Carnes and Learned that he is a great horse Man and one the Best posted men in that line we have had the pleasure meeting. He has been for some time the Romance writer for Dun tones spirit the turf which is published in Chicago. He is an Ohio boy was educated at the University Michigan where he was a contributor to the University Argonaut the chronicle the Detroit Post Etc. He then went to new York City where he attained prominence As a dramatic and musical critic. It was while in the Metropolis that the above Cut was made and published in Dunlap a stage news the Organ the dramatic editors America. He is the author the news democrats article descriptive the grand opera House Canton o., and was engaged by the Beckwith estate Dowagiac Michigan to write the official and telegraphic descriptions the Beckwith memorial theater erected at a Cost Many thousand dollars and which is the finest theater in the world and the first memorial theater Ever erected in America. More recently . Carnes has turned his attention to the turf and the description romantic horse history seems to be his special fort. His Story White Harry written for Dunton a spirit the turf having enjoyed the unusual distinction being rep a missed by the Kentucky Stock farm at Lexington the Western horseman at Indianapolis the american Trotter at Independence Iowa. This Story we re produce below for the Benefit Many our readers who Are acquainted with the circumstances mentioned in it. Recently he has furnished a the Romance Killbuck Tom and other interesting Equine lore to the press. Until now he is the accredited Romance writer the turf. Or. Cames is now with the horseman published in Chicago Aud Newyl Ork. He being a Clever Good fellow we take pleasure in giving the above biographical sketch and his Story White Harry which is As follows the Story White Harry pacer. By Roger Crane. At the Junction Holmes Coshocton and Tuscarawas counties about forty Miles above the Ohio River in the Commonwealth statesmen is situated a town by the name new Bedford a for it is peopled for the most part people the German persuasion. In the Holmes division the surrounding District the population is mostly Amish a somewhat Peculiar people. Stockmen who have bought horses and cattle and sheep in his neighbourhood say that a new buyer can to do a thing in that country until he has made a big Purchase from the chief Mogul the sect. Then the other lesser lights fall into a line and the Man is right in the swim. It was the Amish who Defeated Mckinley the last time he was up for Congress. A political missionary went about through them pretending to vend tinware but the Man never tried to make a Sale his stuff he simply told them that the Price had been increased so much by Mckinley a Tariff Bill that tin cups were then Worth ten cents instead two for a Nickel As before and other things equally As preposterous and absurd. But the effect this missionary a labor was fruitful to the opposition and Ohio a greatest political hero was Defeated by a Man who could not even make a five minute speech. Like Napoleon the Warrior Mckinley the statesman campaigned through the District delivering three and four speeches daily in rustic schoolhouses in Groves and everywhere. Vast crowds listened to him and applauded his eloquent oratorical flights and towering climaxes but not a vote was gained by All this labor one the Ablest men our time. The tin utensil Man had smashed the machine with an old horse and a fifteen Dollar Wagon. I have talked with some these people and they Tell me that they like to hear the major speak but the Rise in the tinware caused by his Bill prevented their returning him to Washington. The Amish Are very innocent modest unassuming people. The girls Wear huge Sun bonnets week Days and sunday dress in White the Sabbath and work like troopers in the Fields during Harvest. They Are honest to a fault As the Story i am about to relate will demonstrate. One night in the Middle the summer some fifteen years ago there came to the Bain an Aishman near new Bedford a Snow White Colt. His Mouth showed that he was a three year old and a careful examination his body resulted in no discovery a pimple a blemish. He was in Fine condition and very intelligent. In fact it was ascertained in a few Days that the horse could perform some gymnastic tricks. He was about 14 hands High and Well made. When moved up he struck a Pace. At the same time this was not his Only gait for he was exceedingly Clever at the jump and could out run anything in the quiet neighbourhood. The taking up the horse was advertised for months and months but no one Ever came for him. Hundreds people went to see the Little White a Vahow actor a As they used to Call him but no one had Ever seen such a horse before. He was from a different Strain than anything Ever known to have been bred in Ohio. But he could Pace fast and mares came to his Humble new Amish Home from All Over that Section. At first no service fee was charged for the Aishman was conscientious and could not have slept nights had he accepted filthy Lucre for the service a stallion he did not own. At last the sheriff the county sold the outcast at Public auction in the town Bedford and that eventful Day everybody Young and old. Male and it male Rich and poor was hand. Some one started the Little Side Wheeler at a Quarter a Hundred his neighbor doubled the amount another Man bid $75, and then there was a pause at last the auctioneer sheriff got the boys in line again and j. Brubaker got him at $90. Ile was congratulated every Side. Or. Bra Baker kept him in the stud every Spring for a number years and after the season gave the White coated wonder such training As he himself and his neighbor John Luke were Able to bestow. At any rate the horse got fast As the wind and one Day he was matched for $500 a Side against a big Brown Mare owned by some Riyal horseman in a neighbouring town. Both animals were in the Pink condition. The belting was about even. They scored a few times and were ready to go a bruising race when in turning around the Driver the Mare got the wrong Side and White Harry a off Shaft penetrated her heart and she died almost instantly. Thus ended the first attempt at racing. But there were fairs and fairs heavy carts poor harness and bad driving and White Harry soon began to Wallop the tar out the Green pacers in the South Central Section Ohio. He was Handy Quick the scratch and dead game to the end. The route v As never to Long for him and he liked his work. One the last races in which he figured was at Zanesville where he obtained a record 2 37, driven by . Brubaker. His progeny Are plentiful in the country which i write and Many them have been crossed onto fashionably bred stallions. After beating about everybody for a number years . Brubaker sold the horse to livery Man Eckert at port Washington Ohio for $400. Or. Eckert passed him in time to a conspicuous representative the Pittsburgh Demi Monde who had witnessed the a White Angels As she called him win a hard fought race and at last accounts the much advertised and universally admired White baby Bedford was still the fondled pet that product the Smoky City a sin. There have been a number Theo Ries As to the place birth and the lines this great Little horse but i cannot satisfy myself As to the absolute correctness any one them although i must confess that there is a Grain two probability in the theory that inasmuch As p. T. Barnum a show was at Massillon Ohio at a Date approximating the time when the White Colt strayed into the Amish Farmers Yard and the fact that the Little fellow could do marvelous tricks coupled with ins White nosed arabian appearance and confirmation White Harry was an arabian horse imported by Barnum for his show from which he escaped possessed the lateral Mode locomotion which he has uniformly transmitted to his Colts and that the horses that now carry his blood no doubt have in their veins the Best blood the Pride some arabian Sheik. White Harry whatever his origin has left his Mark in the country into whose Beautiful valleys he strayed As an Equine tramp in the darkness night in quest a Home and new friends. His memory will live Many years in the quiet Community where intoxicants Are unknown and Many a natural love for his noblest Ablest and Best servant is Manifest every hand. How Many such histories there would be if everyone was As honest As the Amish quakers Holmes county. The unwritten history great horses would till More volumes than Are now printed the pedigrees horses whose genealogy has been traced by the Golden pens men. In this Day when we All feel that the Acme Breeding Lor the two minute Trotter has been reached it is refreshing to note that there have been hundreds horses Way Back in the glorious past who could go fast without either our modern trainers essentials to Success the one blood Cross the nimble pneumatic Dunton a spirit the turf. Real estate transfers. Basil Graham to Ina f. Myers lots la and 12, Dennison $475. James b. And Jos. C. Scott to Asbury Fowler. 62-100 acres Goshen $140. Sheriff adms to John n. Kimmins 2. Aeres Wayne $120. Mason Castor to Alonzo e. Geese lot 37, Newcomerstown $425. Valentine Schrader to James Nelson 49 acres Wayne $1400. John Lebold to we. F. Lebold about 434 acres Lawrence $12,000. Agustus Slemmer to to trustees u. B. Church it. Healthy \ acre Franklin $20. Aaron Stoffers adam., to David Stop Fer 40 acres Washington $550. H. S. Fleck it. A1., to e. Ost ran lot 332, Uhrichsville $500. A. Onstine to s. A. Fisher lot 8, Newcomerstown $1400. A. C. Hood to g. W. Betscher 15-100, acre Sandy $1100. S. Vader to Ervin Fulton lot 12 East shane8ville, $110. B. Hostetler to n. B. Hostetler about 99 acres sugar Creek $6232. B. Hostetler to n. B. Hostetler 5 12-100 acres sugar Creek $207. Philip Schafer to to a. Smith lot 87, Dover $400. O. K. Black to Agustus Ley it. A1., lot 120, port Washington $400. S. Mccullough to c. Milner part lot 3, new Philadelphia $600. Washington letter. The conservative and forbearing disposition the administration in dealing with the various phases the hawaiian question has added to the Good effect upon Public opinion the publication Early this week commissioner blounts report upon which the policy the administration was largely based. It has taken no official notice the very unusual and injudicious action . Thurston the minister Here the provisional government Hawaii in writing and giving the press an answer to . Blounts report containing language that would not have been tolerated from a foreign minister by any other government in the world. Had the administration upon the appearance in the newspapers . Thurston a defense sent that gentleman his passports no one would have had any right to complain it would Only have followed precedents set Down by every civilized government in the world including our own the offence for which lord Sackville West the then British minister was sent his passports was trivial compared with what . Thurston has done. It is not improbable that president Cleveland in ignoring the bad break . Thurston was influenced by the thought that the hawaiian minister was perhaps Only to anxious to pose As a Martyr. But whatever the object either Side the fact remains that . Thurston was guilty an act that would have driven a foreign minister from any other country Ami that not the slightest official notice was taken it by the administration and this forbearance is generally recognized As altogether creditable to the administration. Aside from the publication . Blounts report and . Thurston reply to it there have been no new developments this week. No one outside the Cabinet and a few members the Senate and House knows the exact nature the instructions Given to minister Willis and congressmen outside a few the most heedless recognize the Absurdity attempting to express an intelligent opinion in the absence that knowledge. When Congress meets everything connected with the hawaiian matter will doubtless be made Public. Then the Public can and will pass judgment and no member the administration has any doubt the nature that judgment. The democratic members the House committee ways and Means Are working from to a. In. Toll p. In. Every Day in order to get the new Tariff Bill ready by next monday so As to give the Republican members the committee an Opportunity to prepare their report by the time Congress meets. The republicans having made a miserable failure their attempts to cajole the democratic members the committee into the retention duties that Are purely protective have now taken a new tack but the result will he the same. They Are now. Circulating reports that democratic congressmen from whose districts petitions asking for Protection for this that Industry having been sent to the committee will if that Protection is not Given by the new Bill and it certainly will not be except in the few cases in which the duty imposed for Revenue May incidentally give Protection vote with the republicans against the Bill. After a most diligent search i have failed to find a single Democrat who will acknowledge any contingency that would cause him to vote with tile republicans against the Bill although there Are a few democrats who would have been pleased had the petitions their constituents been granted and who expect to lose their seats in Congress if they Are not granted. It can be predicted with absolute certainty that fewer democrats in the House will vote against the Wilson Tariff Iii 11 than there were republicans who voted against the Mckinley Bill. Secretary Carlisle is the recipient congratulations from All sides the Able financial speech he delivered this week before the new York chamber Commerce and Many Are the opinion that it will have highly beneficial effect upon the business the country. It is expected that president Union thanksgiving services at m. E. Church nov. 30, at to clock a. In. Sermon by Rev. W. Ely pastor Baptist Church. Everybody invited. Quot Jas Post office will be Popou from i m. To i p. M., sundays. From our regular correspondent. I Washington d. Pm november 24, 1893. Frye practical and scientific Horseshoe special attention Given to diseased feet and faulty action in roadsters. Shoeing Trotters and pacers a specially shop in i ferns stand 49-26 a a a a Quot West front Street. Beaber dam Valley Brickyard new Philadelphia Ohio. John off Holder prop a first class Brick and roofing tile always Quot hand at moderate prices. Give us Soyu a printing a specially. At this office. A reasonable hates. S. Maple dealer in groceries provisions and produce All kids. I we handle n thing but pure goods highest Market Price i paid for country produce. A i i i s a Call i i i w a i unit cd Dunn _ 1 a to i Ron i Street new Phil a. Near planing Mill. ,15-Ly formerly the Jacob Foehl amp son proprietors. A table second to hates Mio $1,50 per Day. A a free bus to and from All barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Ohio. 36-1 y marriages permits. Henry Dill and Rachel Milow Samuel Rufener and Pauline Jeanneret Seymour Boggs and 11 attic l. Gibson Daniel f. Urshell and Alice Pound Milton l. Narney and Louisa c. Hawk Abijah Robinet b Mary a Heller George Bleu Guerand Flora Annath a Ley. A Ohio Mollie re letter Mansfield March 13, 1.893. A i have used . Hands lotion pc two years and it gives Relief to in children when cutting Teeth. M child after haying the lotion applied few times would actually cry for it. Have also used . Hand s Colic cur and . Hands cough and cough Medicine and can recommend them t All . A. Ridenow . Hands remedies for children a sold by All druggists for 25c. Did Man. Democrat not afford like the d Ford to t weekly p i p Cleveland s message to Congress will Deal so fully with the financial policy the administration that the Republican calamity wailers will find themselves deprived their principal argument the allegation that there is a doubt about the financial intentions the administration. The message together with the new Tariff Bill will put those intentions before the Public so plainly that there can be no misunderstanding and no doubt. The times and farm ars f Riend $1 Well the 3 simply can to be beat. The Pittsburgh Post in just announced an extra Ordinary departure in journalism. Tile weekly Post has pissed out existence and its place has been taken by the Semi weekly Post at the some Price one Dollar a year. Its subscribers will hereafter get two Complete 8-p.igo papers a week instead one 12-Page paper. This is certainly a wonderful stroke Enterprise and is characteristic the splendid Pittsburgh a great a p a. The Man who can to it take a High Clit it daily a in now surely a first class City Semi us i As is offered to him twice a week by the Post for Only one Dollar a year. This is almost equivalent to give the Pip a away we do not see How the publishers the Post Ltd an afford it but we presume they know their business anyhow we do know their word is As Good As their Bond and when they say the sem weekly Post will by in every respect As Good As the weekly their Statem it is to be believed. The Semi weekly will be issued each tuesday and Friday. All the features which have made the weekly Post one the great journals America will be continued la the Semi weekly in addition to the late news and Market reporters spic in y prepared for it. One Dollar a for 104 papers less than i cent eau. Send to the Post for a specimen copy. On account a change the time card the c. L. Amp w. We now get our email at noon which we formerly got at 9 00 a. In. The Barnaul i will give a thanksgiving supper in their thanksgiving evening. Every

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