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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 12, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $1.65. New Ladelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday oct. 12, 1893. Number 42. Absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal linking powder co. 106 Waul St., n y Nev Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. 49thi new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. In Advance.�?�1.00 if not paid within three mob 1.80 remittances should he sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 49address All matter intruded for publication. To the times. Democratic state ticket. For governor Lawrence t. Neal Ross county. For lieutenant governor William a. Taylor Franklin county. For judge supreme court John w. Sater Darke county. For treasurer state Brisbin c. Blackburn Coshocton county. For attorney general John p. Bailey Putnam county. For member Board Public works Louis p. Wilhelm Summit county. For d airy and food commissioner i h. Mckeown Hamilton county. Dem a tic Sena Tori a l ticket. For state senator 18th and 19th joint senatorial districts John a. Buchanan. County ticket. For representative David a. Lam Brigit for probate judge Jasper ii. Mitchell. For treasurer Jacob Hawk. For clerk court James f. Milar. For sheriff Basil d. Downey. For prosecuting attorney Joseppi t. Mccullough. For recorder Hugh t. Minnis. For commissioner Adam Miller. For Surveyor Al Lestuk rely Lienbach . For infirmary directors full terms George Crater Short a a a Geo. K. Arthur. Business directory. Or. M. S. Vail dentist a Fulce la City Block Over Fribley a hardware Joseph Welty v Wiir Unver Anh i Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi. Ohio August 14, 1890. 33yl t ii. Booth 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 . Byron c. Riender Spiot. A a a office and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. Ellis plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway new Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl Joseph f. Fox office Over sent sch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. M. May 25-Ly. Pension comm Sstoner Lochren has shown his disposition to be fair with the pensioners by ordering the discontinuance the old practice the pension Bureau which Susen its the payment a pension during in Quiry is to the right a pensioner t a tin Rae he has been receiving. In explanation i action. Commissioner Lochren says the Nutter has been carefully considered and the present order mod flying that practice sons not to suspend in doubtful cases has been Agre d to As More equitable. Dining the Progress the exam mat Ion is s under the act june 27, 1890, a larger number pensioners were found liable to suspension under the old practice than had been anticipated and Cas s were found where persons have been suspended whose Disasi its have increased since the Date being pensioned and who Are now entitled to remain the oils in every instance ass it As these Cas s were called to the attention the Bureau the correction was promptly made nut it was feared that the suspension might Woik hardship by preventing the payment pensions to those who at tie present time were legally entitled to the same though they were not the time the pension was i anted. Fortunately for the people Ohio they know Jet what a protective Tariff meat s. This has hovered itself and hovered the nation by always pronouncing in favour a protective Mckinley it Athens. When governor Mckinley was chairman the ways and Means committee he championed a Tariff Bill which was enacted into Law. In org my the measure he gave As reason for it i adoption that it would increase the Price Wool and that it would add to the wages employees m the Manu tact using districts. He was prophetic More than argumentative. On the 6th Day october 1890, his measure became a Law. Now we ask him if a single prophecy in which lie indulged has been Lulli led. Did the Wool grovers get advanced prices for their product did tiie employees get an increase in their wage if tiny did not Why did they not what graceless charlatan ism it is for a Man to Call attention to the deceits he has practice in expectation that the people will approve Isaf flout Ery All men the Earth who should studiously avoid reference to the Mck Ruiey Bill a air. Mckinley is that Mau. He should stand in humiliation before the effects the notorious measure which he is the father. His Carin Orait brat has eaten still deep i into the hearts and pockets the Consumers while it has not produced a single Benefit he claimed for its operation. The Farmer has been piteously hoodwinked and uncharitable robbed. The wage earner instead receiving increased pay has been subjected to unwarrantable reductions still worse forced into idleness. The cry the poor throughout All the Laud has gone up against his infamous deception. Yes the people Ohio As Well As those All other states a know just what a protective Tarioli it Means the robbing the masses and the enslavement labor. It Means the taking Money irom him who has e red it in the a sweat his lace a and give it to him who is not entitled to one Penny it. It Means the Promise to the ear and the breaking to the heart labor. It is not a matter Surprise that . Mckinley flounders in stupidity Ana almost chokes with Gall. For Twenty years Bis life he stood up before the people Ohio and ignorantly asserted that the foreign manufacturer paid the Tariff duties. So persistent was he in this Absurdity that he Bec Ime a laugh ing Stock to the intelligence his own party and a decision to thoughtful men throughout civilization. He is today opinion that the increased duties imposed by the Mckinley Bill gave the Farmer better prices for his Wool though the Market quotations for nearly three years have Given a daily contradiction. He believes that the wage earners have received increased pay though Many Active industries has Cut wag s closed up. It would be a wearisome task to attempt to convince him otherwise a she lacks comprehension and is Blissful in ignorance. Buy Peoples cyclopedia. We received this week a copy the Harrison county Democrat published at Cadiz by messes. Mccombs and Fouts. It is a very Nice and newsy Sheet. And is quite Well patronized in the Way advertising. We wish these gentlemen Success. Come in sister citizens Blakes Mills Haye gotten up a petition with about seventy five names people in that Section which they will present to our Council in Der that they might unite with our City they could have joined us Long before this had not some the citizens that Village a a kicked at the idea. What the outcome will be remains to be seen graphic sketches. Personal and general news items. Woven together for our Many readers. H h. Porter attorney at Law special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w. High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D. Richards. D r. P. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to 10 a. M. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. M. .7 to 8 p. M. Sundays 9 to 10 a. M. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Corner St. Clair and Sendef streets two blocks from Union depot. A Tel $2.00 per a y. 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. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. R. Hendershot adjuster. For Bales Good meat Market and fixtures Good Trade Good town a bargain for anyone Good reason Tor gelling. Address the times office. Of buy Peoples cyclopedia. Go to Burnside a for Oil cloth. 2t among the incidents childhood that stand out in bold Relief As our memory reverts to the Days when we were Young none Are More Promin ent than severe sickness. The Young Mother vividly remembers that it was chamberlains cough remedy cured her croup and in turn administers it to her own offspring and always with the Best results. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists. A tramps bad break. A tramp giving Nis name As Eugene Williams was wending his Way toward Shanesville Friday when he stopped at the farm House Benjamin Schrock and asked for something to eat. Members the House refused him eatables whereupon Williams became riled heaping indecent epithets upon them and threatened to kill if be was not provided for in a Hasty manner. He was ordered away and upon his going threatened to kill the people and Burn the House and barn for their mistreat ment toward him. A warrant was issued and his arrest followed when he was brought Imre to sheriff Adams mansion where he gets three meals a Day. What punishment will be meted out to him if any is unknown. Lawrence t. Neal and col. Taylor addressed a big meeting democrats in the Tabernacle at Canton Friday night. Buy Peoples cyclopedia. The election will come three weeks from next tuesday. Harry and Wilbur Kurtz and miss Maggie Border Are at the worlds fair. Chas. Mcdow and wife Indiana Are guests h. T. Minnis and wife. A Little daughter Henry Billett is quite ill Scarlet fever. Great cloak opening monday and tuesday oct. 16th and 17th, at Urferd a. We Are sorry to learn that Valentine wills is suffering with cancer the stomach. The ladies the reformed Church will give an Oyster supper in g. A. R. Hall nov. 7th, night. Fall and Winter everybody wears clothing Call and see de. , and get your Choice 2400 pieces. The ladies the u. B. Church will hold a social at the residence Daniel Knisely Friday evening. All Are invited. Sex governor Jas. E. Campbell will speak in Columbus Cleveland Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton Lima Youngstown and Zanesville. An opening entertainment will be Given in e. R. Parr Neleen a new Hall at Midvale o., saturday evening oct. 14. The Best local Talent will assist. E. P. Degreif who has been in new7 Troik state for the past year has returned Home and will remain in this City. Or. J. Kaufman will he with us oct. 16th Anil 17th, with 500 ladies and children Scoats. Also ladies who Are hard to tit can have garments made to order. S. S. Urfer if unable to sleep nervous have headaches tired All run Down come to us for. Or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer. Has helped others will help you. F. Gentsch. Name the egyptian deity in the torni a Man and the head a dog whose office Wras to accompany the ghosts the deceased into hades 138. Answer can be found in Peoples Mycio Dia. Those people who think there is Little no business being done in this City should visit the stores men who advertise in the papers and be convinced to the contrary. When a Man tells you he is actually doing no business you can make up your mind that he done to know How to get business and has Only himself to blame. The chunk turned. We Are sorry to learn that Martin Gillin met with a severe Accident one Day last week. Mart was assisting Foehl in hauling furniture and when in the act stepping out the Wagon he went to place his right foot upon a wooden Block when it turned causing him to break his leg. He is being kindly cared for at the Foehl hotel and it is hoped he May soon recover. �?~1 consider chamberlains cough remedy a specific for croup. It is very pleasant to take which is one the most important requisites where a cough remedy is intended for use among children. I have known cases croup where i know the life Little one was saved by the use chamberlains cough . Lagrange druggist. Avoca neb. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggist. A paternity charge. Harry Edwards formerly a Baker at the county infirmary was lately arrested a paternity charge brought by Elizabth trippy who is an inmate that institution and a paralytic. The Case was tried before judge Douthitt in common pleas court last Friday when Edwards was found guilty. The Case caused quite a Little sensation when it was thought some new developments a sensational character would be unearthed. Court Wras Well filled by eager listeners. His sentence has not been passed yet. Edwards is Aslo held for skipping his Bondsman. Set straight. We have just Learned that our news gatherer in reporting the court news and proceedings the grand jury about four weeks ago included m the list indictments the name we. Sites who informs us that lie had nothing to do with the transaction for which Fetters and Warner were indicted except that he innocently purchased the stolen harness and that he appeared before the grand jury As a witness against them. Fetters and Warner Are serving a sentence in jail for Petit larceny. We cheerfully make this correction As we do not wish to do . Sites an injustice. There is no indictment pending against him nor has he been tried one. Chas. Welty and wife Are at the w. F. Mrs. George stiffer and daughter Lida Are at the w. F. Mrs. Theo. Powell and family Are visit i g in Carroll county. Correspondents mail your letters not later than monday morning for the times to insure publication. The a Monkey and Parrot show in the u. 8. Senate attracts great attention this week. Do you want a pretty wrap s. Urfer oct. 16 and 17. Sale. See s. Special there were 750,000 people attended the worlds fair monday. Several deaths and accidents occurred As the result the awful Jam the grounds. There will be preaching at the u. B. Clip Rob next sunday a morning and evening by the pastor Rev. Cole in this City. Also at the Beitzel u. B. Church in the afternoon at 2 30 clock. To whom it May concern i Haye recently purchased a the Peoples cyclopedia we. White. It is convenient concise late practical and attractive. It is a Good cyclopedia for any student to have in his Library. Sincerely g. C. Maurer supt. Public schools new Philada. The Harrison Tribune the new Republican paper published at Cadiz found its Way to our Sanctum this week. The Tribune like the Harrison Democrat is a very creditable Sheet. If kept up to the present Standard they surely will meet with Success. We extend our Best wishes to the publishers for their future Success in journalism. �?�3,000 dropped. The a Cdr. Gordon pacer seven years old with a record 2 28, while being exercised the race track at canal Dover thursday last by its owner t. W. Mcdermott it dropped lifeless after the second heat. All medical assistance proved useless when in a few7 minutes it died. Mcdermott valued the horse at $3,000 which is quite a loss. Only waiting. Myers new Philadelphia o., who has been Here for a fortnight As candidate for a chief ship a division in the Post office department is still Here with fair prospects Success. He is backed by sex representative Beriah Wilkins and congressman Richards. The position sought is chief the Supply division and the compensation attached to it is $2,000 per correspondent to the Cincinnati enquirer oct. 5th. By the tone the above Lew has not received his appointment but is a Only in Many parts the county some parties Are Busy circulating the Story that if j. T. Mcculloug is elected prosecuting attorney the county he will upon entering upon the duties his office dismiss the Sun the county against Beriah Wilkins Tor delinquent taxes. I deem it but just to . Mccullough and fair to the voters the county to say that nothing could be More misleading untrue. The fact is that it is no part the duties the prosecuting attorney to prosecute suits the county against delinquent tax payers. That duty rests solely with the treasurer the county and he is authorized by Law to employ the counsel he May choose without reference to the wishes the prosecuting attorney. In the Case now pending against . Wilkins for unpaid taxes the county treasurer who is plaintiff has employed his counsel for the suit who will have the sole management and control the Case until its final determination and neither . Mccullough nor . Graham whichever May be elected As prosecutor will have anything whatever Todo with therase. Will . Graham claim anything else to the intelligent voters Tuscarawas coun. To ? very respectfully c. C. Forney treasurer Tuscarawas county. Court proceedings. Jury. Jos. Jun is. The stump speaker is abroad in Ohio. Ellow fever is raging at Brunswick Georgia. Remember the cheapest place to buy Wall paper is at Burnside a Bazaar. 41 special cloak Sale at s. 8. Urferd a oct. 16th and 17th. Done to miss it. Read Burnside a Price list 4th Page carefully and observe How cheap he Sells goods. It a grand chrysanthemum display will be Given in the lutheran Church during the forepart november. Watch for later notices. Cards Are out announcing the marriage Katharine Mclean to Charles latimers at the brides residence thursday evening oct. 19th. Buy Peoples cyclopedia. Mrs. Alma Christy was quite ill last week with malarial trouble. The democratic county ticket daily gains strength owing to the efficiency and capability its nominees. Now is the time to buy first class fruit Trees and Shade Trees cheap at Daniel Wyest Nursery. 41-3 a two weeks old child Fred Wenger died last week and was buried thursday. Or. J. Kaufman will give us a cloak opening oct. 16 and 17. Do Dot fail to see this. S. S. Urfer. De. Neff and Lem Hamilton acting As agents for Wanamaker amp Browne clothiers Chicago have opened a Branch business room in Uhrichsville. The Scarcity Quail and pheasants in Ohio this season which is due wholly to the excessive cold weather last Winter Lias materially changed sportsman a plans and in the majority cases the Man who is looking for Good shooting is turning his entire attention to wild Duck which at this time the year Are quite numerous along the Small streams lakes and water holes. A stranger dropped into Bellaire the other Day called upon seven merchants got their orders for cards at $5. Each contracted to have the cards printed for $8. And left town within two hours $27. Of the merchants Money. No Home Man could do it yet these same people growl at the Home Meri if they go out town to buy anything. It is a poor Lule that does no to work both Independent. Steubenville is very much like Bel Laire in some Gazette. New Philadelphia ditto buy Peoples cyclopedia. Or. Mary Walker in the Roll As a detective an arrest . Mary Walker at Syracuse last week caused the arrest Arthur d. Snoad Syracuse n. Y., whom she says is the murderer Christie War Den at Haverhill n. H., in july 1891. She alleges that Snoad is also Henry n. Norcross whom it is thought threw the bomb at Russell Sage. It was a companion Snoad Norcross who was killed at that time. Snoad has been held to await investigation. Or. Walker told a plausible Story at the police station and Snoad could not give a satisfactory account himself. Gilmore. Irvine Mccollough spent sunday at Home. D. A. Fowler and wife visited friends near Newcomerstown last week. A Large number from this place attended the c. O. D. Fair. Joe Guthrie and wife Gnadenhutten visited relatives near Here Sabbath. Mrs. M. Kail returned from a visit with relatives in Gnadenhutten last week. Rev. Westwood and family moved into the b. J. Berkshire property last tuesday. Rev. Murphy delivered his first Sermon at this place Sabbath at 3 p. M. His wife accompanied him and visited old friends and acquaintances. A Surprise party was held at the Resi Dence mrs. Margaret j. Berkshire saturday oot. 7th. None but the immediate relatives were present. Saturday oct. 14th, the Junior order assisted by the k. Of p. Lodge and the g. A. R. Post will present the Gilmore schools with a handsome Flag. Good music Good speakers a free dinner and a Good time is promised. Everybody is invited to be present. A bitter Sweet transfers real estate. How Many pounds can be supported by Silver wire one twelfth an Inch in diameter 2358. Answer can be found in Peoples cyclopedia. What animal the species now extinct had the head a Lizard Teeth a Crocodile body a Serpent ribs a Chameleon and paddles a whale 2042. Answer can be found in Peoples cyclopedia. The contract for furnishing the tickets and election Blanks for the november election was awarded by the election Board saturday to . Stoutt the chronicle office at $100. His bid was the lowest and is certainly very cheap. Commissioner Lochren the pension Bureau has issued an order modifying the practice the office As to suspension pensions. Hereafter there will be no suspensions except in cases where the record shows its face that the Soldier was not entitled to any pension whatever. A fool fooled Stuart Smith a Farmer near Fulton Ham one Day last week fired a Straw stack mounted it and deliberately Cut his Throat. The flames attracted some people who pulled him out the flames and he May recover. Of a sugar a saturday last athletic grounds the sugar Creek base Ball team crossed bats with the Somerdale team. After some hard batting and unpleasant jangling nine innings were played when the score stood 7 to 3, in mayor the sugar Creek team. A great Many visitors present and a vast amount Money changed hands. Marriage permits. Alvin w. Sperling and Sarah Smith. Lewis Drumm and Maggie Bender. John Saam and Ella b. Reese. Adam Mattern and Elizabeth Mattern John Silvius and Sarah a. Guarder. Geo. G. Ballenger and Lillie Haller. De. Smith and Amelia Hachtel. Jacob w. Syron and Anna Stocker. Chas. Rearick and Mary l. Bierden. Geo. B. Rippel and Cora b. Riggle. Frank Showalter and Bell Mcbarnes. We. J. Bair and Daisy l. Borton. Washington letter. Dictionary girls. A disagreeable girls Annie Rosity. A fighting girls Hittie Magin. A Sweet girls Carrie Mel. A very pleasant girls Jennie Fossity a sick girls Sallie Yate. A smooth girls Ameila ration. A seedy girls Cora Ander. A Clear Case girls a Lucy Date. A geometrical girls Polly gon. Not a christians Hettie Rodosy. One the Best girls Ella Gant. A Flower girls Roda Denilson. A musical girls Sara Nade. A profound girls Mettie physics a Star girls Meta Oric. A clinging girls Jessie mine. A nervous girls Hester Leal. A muscular girls Callie Sthenic a Lively girls Anna mation. An Uncertain girls Eva resent a sad girls Ella g. A serenade girls Mollie by. A great big girls Ellie Phant a warlike girls Millie tary. The Best girl ally your own. Withdrawn from Simon j. Beck extra. Kinset Al. Making new parties Etc. Elvira s. Beals is Margaret Gram it Al. Plaintiff to plead. Lizzie Murry is. We. Murry . David Judy is Jacob Stoody. Trustees first Christian Church is. A. P. Thompson. Jacob Sandmair is. Jacob Stahleker. Defendant to . Sarah Cross is. J. W. Goodman. Frank Vierling is. C. A. Lybold. Settled and Dis i sed. Elias Hoopengarner is. J. S. Kollar. Z. P. Sparks is. T. F. Williams. Same is. We. Crist. C. Gerber is. J. A. Wagner. Divorce. Rose Pritchard is. We. Pritchard. Confirmation receivers report. Henry b. Keffer is. Win. Greer. Mortgage foreclosure. Julia Peter is. Annie Slesenger. Judgment verdict. Belknap Carpenter amp co. Is w. K Crater. Degree partition. Washington Boreland is Lydia Waddington. Rule to take deposition. Henry Taylor is. Margaret Smith. Harriet Abbot is h. A. Worm. Mathias l. Shuster is George f. Tres sell. Verdict for defendant. Peter j. Beavers is William Brown. Verdict for plaintiff. Charles Clark is George Gilmore the state Ohio complaint Elizabeth trippy is Harry Edward a. Ohio complaint Marion Jones is William Jones. Trial in Progress. Kirkwood Arnold is John s. English. Ordered to Heel docket. Frederick Bernhart is c. Gerber. John Wenger to Christian stauffer it. Al., 100 16-100 acres York $6250. Mary and Jacob Foehl to j. T. Maurer 2 77-100 acres York $1500. Mary and j. A. Koethe to Lottie Zerbe j acre Union $400. Cora e. And t. Smith to Healea amp Greene lot 9 part 10, Dennison $1000. J. Huston to j. W. Huston lots 1, 2 and 3, Dennison $500. Sina a. And j. A. Benson to c. V. Mccluskey lot 16, Dennison $200. J. Lawver to Rachael Shaffer lot 2, Dennison $500. C. Vinton to a. Beyer 140 16-100 acres Goshen $12000. W. A. Crist to d. Weller 10 acres Sandy $380. M. A. Pave to j. Renneker 1-5 acre Goshen $800. R. B. Orr to a. E. Orr lot 4, Dennison $625. George Kraus to Barbara Kraus lot Dover $1500. John Wizeman to Barbara Kraus lot 18, Dover $250. Hostetler amp Betscher to j. A. Horn lots 13, 14 and 15, Dover $700. E. E. Brown to j. W. Goins lot 12, Uhrichsville $125. G. T. Fleming to Eva Sams parts lots 1 and 2, Dennison $1400. C. A. Lenk to n. R. And Anna Cox parts lots 282 and 283, Uhrichsville $425. C. V. Mccluskey to David Jesse lot 1, Dennison $250. J. A. Lantzer to Ellen Sisson 16-100 acres Goshen $358. Nagely amp Goudy to w. Beans lots 1 and 2, Midvale $300. J. Markley to Dan Kohler 77 2-3 acres Jefferson $3500. D. Brenisen to f. Hartline 30 acres Auburn $950. F. J. Campbell to Louis Pedro i lot 8, Dennison $1. Eckfield amp Johnson to f. J. Campbell lot 7, Dennison $1. Frank Graham to Kate Graham land Sandy $5000. Josh leggett�?T8 heirs to c. E. Leggett land Goshen $5910.62$. C. D. Grimes to e. W. Geese lot 6, new $250. A. Beyer to h. C. Vinton 128 65-100 acres Goshen $500. M. Moody to w. E. Russell lots 5 and 6. Dennison $200. C. Rausch to g. W. And Nettie e. Morgan 151 acres Salem a serious Accident. On last Friday at Bolivar . Geo. Fisher aged 84, and a resident that place for 50 years and who is prominent and wealthy met with a serious accidents and in All probability will prove fatal. Or. Fisher was at the Wheeling amp Lake Erie depot walking about for exercise when he heard the whistle an approaching engine. He immediately scrambled upon a pile Coal beside the track in order that the train might pass and he out danger but not so. When the train approached he lost his footing and rolled Down upon the track when the wheels the train passed Over both legs. The right foot was Cut off while the left leg was badly mangled. He was picked up and carried to his Home where he is being kindly cared for but his chances for recovery Are doubtful owing to his being advanced in years. Several years ago . Fisher was a director in the citizens National Bank this City. To be buried alive and after forty Days come Forth All right. Chicago oct. 2.�?andrew Seymour the worlds greatest spiritualistic mind Reader Illinois is making final preparations to be buried alive. He pro poses to suspend animation for a period forty Days Long enough for a crop Barley to grow and Ripen Over his grave. The grave Grill then be opened and he will return to Lite As Well As Ever except for the temporary effects lying in one position so Long. The test is to take place As soon As a burial permit can be obtained. Or. Seymour is 49 years age and was born at Somerville Ohio. He has been a Public entertainer for Twenty five years and has accomplished Many wonderful things but the present feat will throw All others in the Shade. He will receive a purse $40,000. If he comes out All right. Buy Peoples cyclopedia. Four Crooks co balled. From our regular correspondent. Washington october 6, 1893. President Cley Eland a motive in having All his callers state the nature their business to his private Secretary before being admitted to his office has been grossly misrepresented that i present the facts which follow so much the presidents time has been occupied in listening to the appeals congressmen and other prominent democrats for offices for their friends that he has found it necessary to stay up the greater portion nearly every night in order to perform his More important duties. In order to put a Stop to this he determined to place the duty choosing All officials upon the members his Cabinet the accepting their recommendation As final and in order to save his own time As Well As those his callers those who Call at the White House Are required to state the nature their business to private Secretary Thurber. If it be about an appointment the new Rule is explained and they Are referred to the member the Cabinet who has jurisdiction the office wanted if about Public business they Are at once taken to the president. The change is popular with Congress men and will strike most people As being a sensible one. The most notable incidents the Silver debate in the Senate this week were the appeals made by senators Butler South Carolina and Blackburn Kentucky to the Senate to end the controversy by Compromise. Although Compromise has been talked about privately by senators this is the first time that it has been publicly advocated the floor the Senate. Senator Voorhees still stands out against Compromise and insists that the Bill for unconditional repeal can be passed. Predictions Are freely made that the question will be disposed next week but the sort predictions have been made before and it still remains indisposed . The Senate is having More less difficulty now in keeping a quorum and if some agreement is not soon reached this Silver question it is doubtful whether a quorum can be kept Here. The senators Are tired the debate and there is no Way to Force a vote. There is one congressman he a a tammany Man too who is always certain a warm Welcome when he Calls at the White House whether he goes asking an appointment for a Friend to discuss Public matters. The reason is this the Day that baby Esther was borne this congressman was approached by a loud mouthed individual who has made himself conspicuous by his personal abuse president Cleveland probably because he was turned Down by him a in a Well known restaurant which was at the time crowded with prominent Public men and the aforesaid loud mouthed individual made a disrespectful remark about the baby whose birth had just been announced. The tammany con congressman walked up to the Man and spat in his face. The Coward sneaked off like a cur that he is and the congressman was asked Why he did not Knock him Down. A strike him a he remarked scornfully. A i would not dirty my hands with such As within an hour the incident was reported to the president and since then he is never too Busy to see that tammany congressman when he Calls at the White House. The tammany congressman has however asked for nothing since the incident for As he puts it a i do not wish to be rewarded for having done what any Good citizen would have done resented an insult to the family the the House need not be Idle after the vote is taken the Bill for the repeal the Federal election Laws next week even if the tardiness the Senate in disposing the Silver question prevents the recess which Many congressmen would like to take those from states in which elections will be held this fall. The Mccreary substitute for the Geary chinese Law has been favourably reported to the House from the foreign committee Ana can be taken up at any time and the judiciary committee has reported the Oates bankruptcy Bill to the House. It is probable that the chinese Bill will be Given the preference. How much truth there is in the talk among republicans about the democratic members the House committee ways and Means being afraid to attack Protection May be inferred from the following remarks made by a democratic member that committee a utne new Tariff Bill will be framed the lines Laid Dowa by the Chicago platform even if it results in the defeat at the polls every democratic member the committee. We shall hew7 close to the line and you can rest assured that no matter what else is done it will be found that the Tariff Bill when it is reported will be completely in Accord with the democratic the republicans who Are trying to create a contrary impression Are grand a a opening display pattern hats and bonnets wednesday thursday and Friday oct. 4,5 and 6. Our miss Mae Everett has returned from new7 York and we will be glad to Welcome All our old friends and Many new ones in our first full display at which time we will show7 All the very latest parisian creations including those swell Black and White hats which Are so popular in the East now. A visit to our Parlours the above Days will convince you that we Are Able to Cater to your every want in our line at the lowest possible prices. Mrs. Ada Russell new Philadelphia Buy Peoples cyclopedia. Cheap rates to Chicago and return Over Pennsylvania lines from new Philadelphia account worlds fair regular rate for round trip tickets $24.50 special rate for round trip tickets limited to november 5tb, $14.75 special rate for round trip tickets limited to ten Days from Date Sale $13.50 special rate for round trip tickets limited to ten Days from Date Sale upon advertised Date for Daylight coach excursions $10.00 do you want to secure a loan if so take Stock in the Ohio National building amp loan company and get your loan it. It is the Best Way to cancel your debt. If you Are paying rents you could carry the loan that by buying a lot and building your own property. You will own the property in a Little Over 7 years. Call s Moore Secretary. Of account the Union veterans legion National Encampment at Cincinnati o., oct. 11th to 13th the c. L. Amp w. Will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return for $7.00. Tickets Sale oct. 10 and 11. J. W. Mccombs agent. To the Alliance fair. Low rate excursion via Pennsylvania line for the interesting event. October 12th, 13th and 14th the Pennsylvania company will sell excursion tickets at Low round trip rates to Alliance from East Palestine Orrville Youngstown Hudson East Liverpool new Philadelphia and intermediate ticket stations account the fair. The exhibits will be extensive the events interesting add calculated to please and entertain the visitor. Return coupons valid until saturday oct. 14, inclusive. A during my term service in the Armyl contracted diarrhoea a says a. E. Bending Halsey Oregon. A since then i Haye used a great amount Medicine but when i found any that w7ould give me Relief they would injure my stomach until chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy was brought to my notice. I need it and will say it is the Only Rem Edy that gave me permanent Relief and no bad results for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists. Our great it Argain for 60 Days Only. We will give the new York a world the Farmers Friend and the new Philadelphia times All one year for the sum $1.66. This surely is a snap Ifor readers. The world is one the largest and Best newspapers in the u. 8. The Farmers Friend is a Large Semi monthly farm journal. The regular subscription Price which is 50 cents per year. This offer is to new subscribers who pay in Advance Andton Ordones also who pay up arrearage and the $1.65 in Advance. Look to your own interests and subscribe now. Port Washington. Glorious weather in t it holds Are excellent Tei Pesature Cool and comfortable eve it i thing favourable for a trip to Towi y it Many people Are delaying until by and by when roads will be All most impassable. Done to you think it would be better to Lay in that Winter Supply at once for instance boots and shoes. When weather gets bad you will need them. Of can by them cheaper in new i Philadelphia than you can at Home. E. R. Parmelee thinks he has just i what you will want and will give a reasonable discount from regular prices if you buy several pairs at a time. Of course you know where e. R. Parmelee a shoe store is 116, East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. Bea dam Valley Brick Yard new Philadelphia. Ohio. John off Holder prompt first class Brick and rooting tile always hand at moderate prices. Give us a Cal 50yl m. S. Maple dealer in Isil produce All kinds. We handle nothing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. A tile us a Cali 215 West front Street new Phil near planing Mill. 35-Ly Vrtis fit printing a specially. At this office. A reasonable rates. Formerly the a Gil by Jacob Foehl amp son proprietors. A table second to a a free bus to and from All barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Ohio. 36-Ly administrators notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified As administrator the estate Michael when Ley. Late Tuscarawas county dec a. Oct. 4, 93. John a. Woerley. If you want to buy a pretty vase lamp hanging lamp go to Burnside a Bazaar. 41 detective Lemonte and marshal Nat. Goodwin Uhrichsville Friday evening last brought to the county jail four Crooks Frank Scott Rick my Fern Manley Long and their Leader Thomas alias a a Shamrock Owens. On wednesday night last the hardware store Jacob lefties at Uhrichsville was looted when knives razors scissors Etc., was carried away valued at about $35.00, including $8.00 in Money. The burglars had been noticed in the store wednesday finding the Lay things and prepared themselves for the nefarious work. A new knife that one the gang had whittling caused Supsic . When the arrest was about to be made they a smelled a mouse and skipped Over to Gnadenhutten where they were arrested and conveyed to Uhrichsville a a lockup in an old styled a Black when searched nearly All the stolen articles including the Money was recovered. Part the Money was found in Mcfern a shoe. Detective Lemonte thinks by Owens arrest he has found out several other Are doing a foolish thing. It is much better that the country should know t once that the High protective duties the Mckinley Law will be entirely wiped out by the new Bill. The republicans have allowed the debate in the House the Bill for the repeal the Federal election Laws to go b default keeping More less quiet by order Boss Reed. J. V. Sperling is at the w. F. Christ. Stocker returned from the w. F. Sunday. He also visited in Columbus. Rev. Clewell Utica n. Y., father Rev. Robt. Clewell pastor the moravian Church Here delivered an excellent Sermon sunday evening. Mrs. Margaret Stocker aged 45 yrs. 4 mos. And 23 Days died saturday morning lung trouble. Deceased was married to Adam Stocker sr., in 1872. Her funeral was held monday. James cab teen was taken to the a a Hub sunday by marshal Weeton. He was sent up two charges furnishing liquor to minors and carrying concealed weapons. Z last special cheap excursion to Pittsburgh via Pennsylvania lines for the exposition. Perhaps some our readers would like to know in what respect chamberlains cough remedy is better than any other. We will Tell you. When this remedy is taken As soon As a cold has been contracted and before it has become settled in the system it will counteract the effect the cold and greatly Lessen its severity and it is the Only remedy that will do this. It acts in perfect Harmony with nature and aids in relieving the lungs opening the secretions liquefying the mucus and causing its expulsion from the air cells the lungs and restoring the system to a Strong and healthy condition. No other remedy in the Market possesses these remarkable properties. No other will cure a cold so quickly. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists. So much coughing in Church annoys the sleepers. Use brants Balsam. Only 25 and 50 Cento to Church goers. Thursdays october 5th, 12th and 19 the Are the dates upon which special Low rate excursion tickets to Pittsburgh will be sold via Pennsylvania lines from Erie Ashtabula Massillon Homeworth Bellaire and intermediate ticket stations. Tickets will include admission to the pittsburghexpo8ition, now nearing a close and which is Rich in attractions. Its numerous entertaining and instructive features will amply repay the slight Cost a trip thither. Gilmore a famous band will give delightful concerts every afternoon and evening until the close the exposition at which some the Best vocal Talent in the country will also be heard. The Low rates excursion tickets via Pensyl Vania lines will be Good returning two Days from Date Sale. In addition to the special tickets to Pittsburgh including admission to the exposition will be sold from new Castle Youngstown Salem Salineville belaire and intermediate ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines every Day until the close the exposition oct. 21st. These tickets will also be Good returning two Days from Date Sale and if sold Friday will be valid to return until the following monday. For details see hand Bills apply to an article special Merit done to fail to see the display Rish Forth Rose Cream the celebrated skin tonic. On exhibition in our show window. Owing to the ready Sale we find for this article we have invested Large in it. A cordial invitation is extended to every lady who reads this to come in and try it. Free trial to All. Call at the store John h. Kinsey Public Square. 2t 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 s. Moore Secretary at the times office and get information the subject sent. 23d in Day coaches Only Good in ten Days from Date Sale. One fare for the round trip. F. T. Carleton travelling Salesman and advertiser for the h. Warner co., Rochester n. Y., was in town a few Days this week advertising the Safe cure remedies and putting in a fresh Supply Warners yeast with the local grocers. If you want pure and wholesome bread use Safe yeast. Ask your grocer for it and accept no other it is the Best. Notice to creditors and debtors. Anyone knowing himself to be indebted to the estate Nicholas Messer late Tuscarawas county dec a haying any claims against said estate Are required to Call and Settle the same with the undersigned the duly authorized agent for the heirs said estate present their claims adjustment prior to Jan. 1st. 1894. Oct. 6th, 93. S. J. 8mith, 3w Trail Ohio. Strange felines. Three cats a species said to be unknown were discovered recently in the spire a Church at Brighton mass. The cats Are covered with a coat Long shaggy fur their Teeth Are Long and Are almost like tusks. On the nose each is a Large tuft hair resembling a Tusk. They Are very agile and Spring from Rafter to Rafter with ease a Squirrel. It is not known Bow they have got into the spire How Long they have been there but it is believed that they have been con

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