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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 19, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $165. New Olphia volume Philadelphia o., thursday oct. 19, 1893. Number 43. Fia incr m ,. Powder absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal raking powder co. 106 Wall St., n y. Hew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. A a Mthr new Philadelphia Timbs will be Pubil sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 49remlttances should be seat by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 4staddress All matter intended 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 Dairy and food commissioner i ii. Mckeown Hamilton county. Pm 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 Bright for probate judge Jasper ii. Mitchell. For treasurer Jacob Hawk. For clerk court James f. Milar. For sheriff Basil d. Downey a for prosecuting attorney Joseppi t. Mccullough. For recorder Hugh t. Minnis. For commissioner Adam Miller. For Surveyor Fred re a Eric Lienbach . For infirmary directors full terms George Crater Short a a a Geo. H. A 1 lit r. Judge not. By Pho bbb Cary. Of men who Are Good who Are honoured and great be kind to your Brothers lowly estate. If masters then be not in tasking severe if rulers then Rule men in love and not fear and if be be fathers Wise Learned and Strong Lead the Little ones tenderly slowly along Ere you sneer at the Humble punish the based pause and think for awhile a put yourself in their place a fair lady so haughty so Chaste and so cold kept Safe from harm in love s sheltering fold Ere you turn from your frail erring sister with scorn think How she was tempted and How she was born. Her ruin May Date fro n a smile kind word the first that her poor hungry heart Ever heard. Then pause Ere you taunt her with sin and disgrace How if you had been Trie ? a put yourself in her place a proud Man whom the White Robes Ermine enfold As you weigh others sins in the balance you hold Ere you crush the last spark in a heart doomed to bleed let mercy come in for a moment and plead Ere you sentence a for life a poor brother to dwell with the ghosts the sins that shall people his cell think Why you Are honoured and he in disgrace what is hid in your heart a put yourself in his place a a put yourself in their place a Yea have mercy All who through love through hate Good evil shall fall who knows in the Light a judgment divine which soul shall be whitest the sinner s thine fear to judge lest you stand at the heavenly door. To see harlots and publicans go in before while you Coyer with guilty confusion your face and cry when too late to be put in their place graphic sketches. Personal and general news items. Woven together for our Many headers. Buy Peoples cyclopedia. Fall and Winter everybody wears clothing Call and see de. , and get your Choice 2400 pieces. A Fly a egg will Hatch in 12 hours. A steam bicycle is a German invention. Chas. Gillespie has been arrested at Martins ferry for prize fighting. Knisely a orchestra will assist in the Forrester concert at canal Dover oct. 28th. There Are 4,965 daily newspapers in the world�?1,759 issued in the United states. China has Only ten daily papers. The u. S. Produces More Grain proportion than any other nation. M married by Rev. B. Rust oct. 15, at the parsonage John Lewis and Mary Spahr both Stone Creek. E. W. Mathias wife and family removed from magnetic Springs to this City last week. There is quite a lot millionaires in the Senate and everybody knows that Money talks. Democratic meetings the democratic executive committee Tuscarawas county o., announces the following meetings Friday evening oct. 20, at new Cumberland Hon. Orson Lusk. Saturday evening october 21. Shares Villez judge Ii. Mitchell and Hon. Leroy Mcgregor. Dundee hons. D. A. Lambright and F. Wilkin. Bolivars Hon. Ii. Ii Porter and judge W. Yeagley. Somerdale Lions. John a. Buchanan and T. Mccullough. Saturday evening oct. 28, at Evans Creek school House Bucks township prof. Forney and Hon. James g. Patrick. Let the local democratic organizations and democrats generally the respective townships see to it that the people turn out and hear the issues the Day ably discussed. The splendid Rains Are Worth More to Ohio than All the political speeches the season. The sentence a John quickly Etem Porizek five Tow bags contains All the letters the alphabet. The ladies the reformed Church will give an Oyster supper in g. A. R. Hall nov. 7th, night. Al. Getz was greeted with cheers one Day last week after checking a run a Way team. What we think we Are some people know we Are not and what we know we Are not some people think we Are. Miss Aimee Kail a very intelligent lady Washington i. J., is the guest her sister mrs. Flora this City. Mrs. Nettie read and mrs. Orson Lusk left wednesday for a ten Days visit to the worlds fair. Buy Peoples cyclopedia. Poets love to Wash their lines in tears. Remember the cheapest and Best place you can buy is at Mattie mean a. Call and see for yourself. Mrs. Rogers Aud Little Clyde Are spending a few weeks in Columbiana county. Miss Lizzie love Porter amp Donaldson wholesale milliners Pittsburgh is assisting Mattie Meanor. Or S. Vail d i i / a x s a. Office la City Blovir Jet r Fribley a hardware Joseph Welty v a if Over Nanri a Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi. Ohio August a 1890. 33y t h. Booth a a attorney at Law. Notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl . Byron c. Hendershot. A a a Mph s . S"c3cs.3-Eoxt. Office Ani it rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y extract from certificate. Miss Bertha Kaderly possesses an unusual Talent Tor singing. The voice a Soprano a very sympathetic Quality has already received by rigid training a fullness tone sufficient to fill any concert Hall. Miss Kaderly is intensely musical possessing a Fine musical ear As Well As the aesthetic expression which at once indicate feeling fantasy and a conscious aspiration for the Ideal artistic accomplishments. I prognosticate for her a Brilliant future. Julius hey Royal professor. Berlin May 1893. Miss Kaderly will be ably assisted by the renowned violin virtuoso miss Blanche Newcombe Pittsburg. This excellent concert will be held at the lutheran Church thursday evening oct. 26. Admission 50c. Whatever you do done to miss it. Ellis abcs ii tact. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 Booth Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl d r. Joseph f. Fox office Over i Putsch s drug store new Fhi Ladelthia Ohio May be found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. M. May 25-Ly. H. H. Porter attorney at Law special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w. High Street formerly occupied by A. D. Richards. D r. P. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to 10 a. M. Office hours 2 to 4 p. M. F 7 to 8 p. M. Sundays 9 to 10 a. M. The Hawley House. In a pastoral country. Isabel had spent the most her five years a cattle ranch and while at her grandfathers Home in the City she was taken to sunday school for the first time. The teacher told the Story lots wife and Isabel listened very attentively. The teacher ended the Story by saying a for All i know the pillar Salt May be there a say was that a cattle country a asked Isabel. A yes i think so a replied the teacher. A Well let me Tell you a with an air Superior knowledge a those cattle would have licked her up Long life. There Are rocks and rocks. A dear father a wrote the son who had gone to the City a since leaving the old new Hampshire farm i have been doing splendidly and am just piling up the a dear Thomas a was the old Many a reply a if All you went to the City for was to pile up rocks you might have stayed at Home Aud helped me to build a Stone Wall around the six acre Texas sittings. Worlds fair managers Are making arrangements to have the fair continued another month at lest it pays so Well you know. This has been a remarkable year for storms cyclones railway disasters mine horrors suspension Banks and a general depression in Trade. A Bunch Sweet peas placed a piece newspaper makes an excellent a Fly the flies Are said to suck the deadly Sweet the Flower and die. In a drawing for a pipe at Billy Bower a place business ticket no. 37, held by Chas. Mathias was the winning number. M. Graham and family removed from canal Dover to our City last week. Or. G., holds a lucrative position in our roiling Mill. Gov. Mckinley will attempt to a pull the Wool Over the eyes the Many democrats Here Friday evening this week. Isaac Chandler visited his parents a few Days last week at Gilmore. Ike is a Heater in the rolling Mill Here Aud took advantage the Idle Days. Rick m Fern charged with burglary and who was jailed the 6th, with three others from Uhrich sidle is out bail. The Adams Reed and Rattan works at canal Dover last year manufactured nearly 5000 baby cabs. They have received an order lately from a Springfield firm to furnish 1000 cabs. A souvenir present. On the Days the Street fair in this City oct. 26th and 27th, All persons ordering pictures at my gallery will receive a Beautiful souvenir present. Call at Star gallery West High-St., new Philadelphia Ohio. N. Strickmaker 2w photographer. The following article we clip from the Newark weekly advocate oct. 12, 1893 a our congressman. Hon. Jas. A. D. Richards authorizes the advocate to say that he will give prompt personal attention to All cases suspension pensions if the name the Soldier and the company and regiment he served in is sent to him at Washington. It will afford . Richards pleasure to attend to All these cases from his District and to Correct the evil that As been done by republicans in preferring charges against pensioners political effect. Judge Douthitt attended the judges convention at Bellaire monday. Telephone line Between new York and Chicago covers 950 Miles. Ladies do not fail to attend our cloak opening tuesday and wednesday oct. 24 and 25, at John ii. Kinsey. The proprietor the times and his son Smith have been in attendance to the worlds fair for a few Days past. A storekeeper at Midvale saturday night was held up by two robbers when his unearthly yells caused the intruders to Skee Dadie. Card thanks a myself and family desire to return our Heartfelt thanks to those kind friends that gave us assistance during the illness and death my Lori us wife and our Mother. James Young and family. Detective be Monte and marshal Goodwin Uhrichsville brought a poor unfortunate sinner Here tuesday and landed him in jail. He had taken a pair shoes and a coat that did no to belong to him. Nath. Goodwin claimed he did not know his name ? an exceedingly Young but Sweet lit tie Cherub the female persuasion arrived at the Home . 8. Clark Leesville just in time for sundays dinner. The times extends congratulations to tie Happy couple in the ownership this dear Little Blessing. Fred Lehman with an Eye to business has lately constructed a Ferris wheel to be run by electricity. The wheel is 9 feet High Well made and contains 8 cars. The cars contain a number dolls the Lucky Little girl guessing the number dolls upon the wheel will receive a handsome doll Worth $1. Whoop lam3ig injun citizens new Philadelphia now have a rare Opportunity seeing Pocahontas the Queen the Iroquois and a Lineal descendant the famous Pocahontas colonial times who saved the life capt. John Smith and her child at Spring brother a store this week. She is Well educated and employs her time by making fancy baskets. Cali around and see them. Buy Peoples cyclopedia. A woman a smile is Worth Many a while. Orange blossoms sometimes grow a widows weeds. A dense unlucky s3. Fog causes a frightful wreck. Section 1, train no. 2, with 13 Vestibule coaches the p. F. W. Amp c. Ry., was demolished into kindling Wood at the Wellsville y ircle e St Ena Early tuesday morning. George Carruthers acting As Pilot was instantly killed also Engineer Jackson and son who was fireman together with Bob ferry express messenger baggage master and the electrician were instantly killed while the train was running at the rate 40 Miles an hour. Carruthers was piloting this train from Baird to Rochester and at Wellsville a semaphore was placed for a signal to Stop but the fog being so dense the train thundered along and ran into a work train which gathers cars about the Salines Vilie Hill which was crossing the track at that time. Full particulars we could not learn. An inhuman brute. We learn from a reliable source that an inhuman brute in this City is paving his Way fora workhouse sentence a it a some other seaport. Having for lbs Hel meet a frail woman with several Small children who Are kept in constant dread int in villainous father if such h can be called. We learn he has driven them from their Home at times and becomes furious when drunk and smashes dishes furniture and in fact anything that is within his reach. We also learn that the ignoramus has purchased a 32-Eihber revolver where he has male threats that he would kill the entire family. He also threatens to St Rve them. Does no to want his children to obtain an education presumably because he is unable to read write. He is nothing but a Down right a a bump and a Good for nothing citizen a cur and a Coward. We look for him to be lauded behind the bars almost anytime. Officials the town have their eyes set for him and another break his craziness will throw him where the dogs can to smell him. Baltic. Gilmore. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a Tel 2.0 0 per i a y. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl artful dousing. Billson hello Jimson in be caught you at last. In be been trying for three weeks to get hold you so As to pay. That ten dollars i owe you but postponed until two wee s later. A a Cyclone Young is Home for the Winter. Louisa Stocker visited her sister sunday. Anna Kinsey spent several Days at Home recently. Miss Ella Morris returned from Akron Friday. Born to Ezra Fawcett and wife sunday october 15tli�?a son. Mrs. Benj. Kinsey sr., spent several Days last week with relatives in town. A Little son W. Cur by has been quite ill with Scarlet fever but is convalescing. John c. Robinson and wife visited relatives at Uhn Casville Friday and saturday. Owing to the i clemency the weather the Flag presentation was Day and frit. Mrs will Hie 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. R. Kurtz agent. I. R. Hendrshot adjuster. For Sale Good meat Market and fixtures Good Trade Good town a bargain for anyone Good reason Tor Selling. Address the times office. Of you every time you suddenly disappeared. Jimson he have you been wanting to see me for that a a great snakes i thought you Wanic de to borrow . Y. Weekly. The difference. She reflectively a there ought not be such a difference Between capital and labor. Can you explain it he realizing his Opportunity a certainly. To sit Here like an unresponsive stick and watch you is labor but kissing her this is Magazine Phil. Lanning . Heffling d. N. Fowler and Elmer Parker were at the county capital last week business Hon. D. A. Lambright addressed the democracy Washington and adj lining townships monday evening. His address was listened to by a Large Ami appreciative audience. The concise manner in which he presented the issues the Day to the people will certainly be untold value to every intelligent voter. Bitter Sweet. Miss Savannah Wolfe has returned to her work in Strasburg. Miss Arina Weller Winfield is the guest mrs. A. A. Hoff Man. Or. Neal Rhinehart has moved his family from Bedford to our Little City. Or. And mrs. Swope Nave gone to House keeping in Mike in Tel a property. Mrs. Alice Hochstetter Nappanee ind., is visiting her parents . And mrs. Madison. Two Young ladies from Cleveland spent several Days with miss Ada Rinehart not Long since. A Large numb r our people attended the Petou fair thurs at week. \ has opened a millinery store in Chus. Dresher a store room. Call and see goods stylish cheap and seasonable. Mrs. Byron Hoopes and three Little children Chagrin Falls Are visiting their Many friends in Baltic this week. We Are glad to see them Back. Wesley Lenz and i. N. Strock Are at Home visiting parents. They do not intend to return to Cleveland for some time. Chas. Dresher is visiting the columbian exposition at this writing. Fred Dresher an 1 Oscar Bowen having lately returned Fri m Chicago. Will luit has returned to his people. He has been travelling in the East for the Patt six m it Mhz. Glad to see his pleasant lace in our midst again miss Jessie Meszler has returned to Baltic after a five months visit with relatives in Illinois. She likes the West very much and stopped at the Chicago fair several Days. it Dot s the business brants cough Balsam. Two sizes. 25 and 50 cents at f. H. Gentsch. The Tanner in Japan who has More than ten acres land is looked upon As a monopolist. Grand cloak opening tuesday and wednesday oct. 24 and 25, at Jno. H. Kinsey North West Corner Public Square new Philadelphia Special bargain Days thursday and Friday oct. 26th and 27th. Mattie Meanor new Philadelphia Hon. A. D. Richards Has our thanks for copy speech delivered in the House representatives saturday sept. 30, upon the Federal election Laws which was Defeated nearly two to one. The speech is quite lengthy and contains the Gist a True statesman. At the 3g comedy company at opera saturday night the following articles were drawn As prizes ticket no. 3634 held by Drop Drew a Rocker ticket no. 2163 held by Chas. Mathias Drew a Rocker ticket no. 3254 held by Harvey Beitler Drew a Rocker ticket no. 3184 held by Chas. Mathias Drew six chairs. The company was Well patronized. A Side packed in every portion was the court Street theatre last night. The card was the new four act come a drama a Side it met with great favor for the audience was appreciative As usual. From the Rise until the fall the curtain sensational act followed sensational act in rapid succession. Jule waiters pitted a Horatio xerxes Booth a a new tramp in Tow a and an Independent representative in Congress. He is extremely funny. The company is Good and the performance will be enjoyed by All who see it. So. Illustrated display and 4th Page. Done to forget the Date tuesday evening october 24th. A Royal treat. Citizens Midvale and Community last saturday evening were royally treated to a grand concert consisting vocal and instrumental music together with Choice selections readings. Each and everyone the assistants did their parts exceedingly Well and received Many nighty com Plum i tary remarks. Or. E. R. Par incl be the promoter deserves great credit for the manner in which the affair was con ducted. A he Hall bore a very respectable appearance and e. R. Parry cite has spared no time pains to make for the citizens Midvale a flue entertaining Hall which they highly appreciate. Owing to the i clemency the weather a great number that had purchased tickets were detained and missed a Good treat. Girls need care. It is much to be regretted that More care i3 not Given to girls in the transition period Between childhood nud Early womanhood which there is no settled purpose and the craving for enjoyment is inordinately Strong. The thoughtful Motherly girl whose spare time is absorbed by family problems the studious girl the musical girls a Short the girl whose mind takes any special intellectual trend is engaged by fad even is comparatively Safe but the aimless girl the girl with me directed activity mind and body is constantly in Dang r. Through her love the sensational she makes herself conspicuous by her loud dress and louder manner and accepts Tut Hundred and one doubtful attentions men pay to women they do not respect. She accepts their invitations to dinners Heaters theater parties and balls suspicious character where she dances away the fever the unrest together w Ith her reputation and Doe it not because she has any Loye real wrongdoing but because she has no stability character and the craving for amusement must be satisfied. Such girls should be the special care All women with a spark Woma Liness in them. A word in season a kindly act a few Friendly not patronizing attentions go far in bringing frivolous thoughtful girl to a better knowledge herself in forming a truer Conception the dignity womanhood. Ii. A. Parmelee the Wood worker. Mrs. John Donahey and son a i. Are at the w. F. Christ Gerber at canal Dover has dropped out the political Arena and has joined the Horny banded sons toil will earn his bread by the sweat his brow. John Herman Ragersville and Arthur Romig Trenton have accepted clerkship positions in the Well known clothing House g. Senhauser a sons. They Are Well qualified Young gentleman for the position Thev hold. The Man whom . Mary Walker accuses the murder Christie Warden has sued his accuser for slander damages in the sum $10,000. It is a cold Day when a Man named a a Snoad rests quietly under such charges. Prof. Totten says that the spots the Sun indicate that the 11th stroke the Midnight hour is near at hand and the Day judgment is drawing night pshaw professor take the Fly specks off the Lens your a scone. The dry weather has so lowered the River at Johnstown that persons go Down and aunt for valuables washed Down by the floor. One person found Over $300. In Gold while others have found Gold rings watches and other valuables. Because americans Are hustlers is reason so Many nervous wrecks. To sustain manhood and nerve Force in full vigor can rely . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer. Large $1 bottles at f. Ii. Gentsch. The popular misses Oise m., and Mary e. Ford Deersville Harrison county have been visiting messes. We. Smith and a. Smith canal Dover and mrs. Samuel Moore tins City. They Are charming ladies and their future visits will be Early looked for. Sex govenor George to idly and colonel Robert g. Ingersoll have been retained by the coloured people Kentucky to t St the constitutionality the Law that state requiring coloured folks to rid in s p rate cars from those the Whites. Crayons i wish to say that crayons the very bes t. Am i As Good As can be made in this c Ity e an r 3 bought for 50 cents. If you \ vill i Guy tickets my agents Aud foil a a. Reed omit did instructions same. To Jis is a bonafide offer and placed ova r eve r Ray name. Agents will Call y . Buy Peoples cyclopedia. We. Getz and wife Are at the w. F. Jas b. Gray h As accepted a position at the Nail works As Book keeper. Mrs. A. Lowmiller and son Lewis Jewett Are the guests her daughter mrs. P. H. Read this City. Alex son probate judge Mitchell has accepted a position As principal the Strasburg schools. At canal Dover wednesday morning last week fire ruined John Geibes ice House. Supposed to have i constantly was entirely too Small even from our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., october 13,1893. Senator Voorhees began his attempt to Force a vote his Bill for the unconditional repeal the purchasing clause the Sherman Silver Law wednesday by compelling the Senate to remain in continuous session. It was Clear from the beginning that the margin Oyer and above a quorum which the followers . Voorhees were compelled to keep the floor been the work an incendiary in order to commit robbery As Steven it Sec Kings tin store was looted also har germs hardware store Meir amp Bayer a Saloon Feil amp Breitenstein a grocery and Theodore Ripple had his horse and buggy stolen. No clue to the perpetrators. 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 the flying Rumor to the effect that Melvin banker received $100,000 from his grandmother is a canard. Melvin is to become a Catholic before he is made an heir to his grandmothers entire estate. Mrs. Adriance the grandmother is nearly 90 years old and a Strong believer in the Catholic doctrine. Her three sons and three daughters do not believe in that doctrine hence her strange actions toward them. Neither her children have seen her for upwards 20 years. Melvin is in a quandary. Marriage permits. If half them were not republicans who had not pledged themselves to any extra efforts to give him any reasonable Hope tiring out the opponents the Bill who could get All the rest they needed As they Only kept 2 3 senators the floor at a time one to speak and the others to demand a Call Senate whenever the number present fell below a quorum. That be la 6, East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. Beaver dam Valley Brick Yard new Philadelphia Ohio. John off Holder prompt first class Brick and roofing tile always hand at moderate prices. Give us a Cal. 60yl S. Maple dealer in Thomas Jones and Ida Schussler. John Galbraith and Georgia Gibson. Henry Delong and Emma Nichols. Charles Bond and Osa Kysely. And. Burgess and Clara Alleshouse. M. Beatty and Mary Morgan. We. Rex and Cora Zutavern. Frank Parrish and Emma Richards. John Bruner and Mary Davis. John Welch and Elizabeth Ellis. Ii produce All kinds. We handle nothing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. A give us a Call Oik West front Street new Phil. I to near planing Mill. 35-Ly Phat n. P. Richardson a new Philadelphia The Good v else i time is publish Imes is always the Alert for Holesome news and nothing a aiming to news items. Our limited and do not desire to a pack lies. We take news As we can get them and often times Are misled As to the truthfulness the Story. Tell news As you hear it then you Are Safe in giving it out. Emma j., wife James Young this City died at the family residence consumption wednesday morning lust we a and was buried Friday afternoon. Deceased was a daughter s. Toomey canal Dover and was aged 39 years. A husband and three children Are left to mourn the loss a kind and indulgent wife and Mother. Much credit is due Harvey s. Mathias for his untiring efforts in the promotion a Street fair to be held in this Eirv. Thurs May and Friday oct. 26 and Harvey is a Young Man with More Ordinary ability and spares no pains Tor the betterment our Ness citizens. Bright future pros so it m store for this energetic and a awake Young Man. Elci Vid it court proceedings. In the great Deb at in the House last week Over the Federal election Laws which vere Del eat Al nearly two to one Hon. A. D. Richards our worthy member Congress gained much prominence. A limited number Eracli party a it re afforded an Opportunity to speak and they were chosen from the be St speakers each Side . Richards our Silver tongued orator was among the number. Buy Peoples cyclopedia. Take warning beware travelling agents calling you and offering to make a life size Crayon portrait for 50 cents. Everyone knows that would be impossible. Have your work done with the old reliable artists that live Here in town and who have been giving the Public satisfaction for the past 25 years. Call Philip Strickmaker in Exchange Block new Philadelphia o., and he will show you As Tine crayons and at As Low prices As can be made anywhere. P2t. A during my term service in the army i contracted Chrome diarrhoea a it ays a. E. Bending Halsey Oregon. A since then i Haye used a great amount Medicine but when i found any that would 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 remedy that gave me permanent Relief and no bad results for Sale by f. Miller amp son druggists. A . Lecture course. The Young mensa Christian association this City completed their arrangements last week for another season entertainments. They have spared no time pains to make up an excellent programme and our citizens should reciprocate their kindness by attending these lectures. Tickets Sale at Halls jewelry store. Following is the programme november 14�?appleton Quartetti. December 15�?�?othe boys to Day a h. It. Emmett. January 12, 94�?�?oa twice told tale a the Rise and fall the moustache a a Robert Burdette. February 9�?�?othe Long and Short it a . Lyman b. Sperry. March 9�?�?oup the Rhine and Over the Alps a major Henry c. Dane. Our great bargain for 60 Days Only. Or Titie the following poem won for its author hit the Rocky Mountain Celt the Pri $1,000 offered for the b. St i repeal oem to newspaper readers to pay up their subscriptions a lives poor men olt remind us honest men wont stand no Chance the More we w Hind us bigger ii aches there grow Bear pants. Judgment verdict. I. Crater is. Matilda Dawson. Thomas Hariett is. The c. L. Amp w. Railroad. Alida Helmreich is. E. Helm Reich. Chas. Walker is. The Brock Hill Coal company. Ohio complaint Elizabeth trip by is. Harry Edwards. Verdict for defendant. Kirkwoo i Arnold exp is. Jolt Seward English. Withiam Gosset is. We. Shipton. Mathias Shuster is. Geo. Treswell. Verdict for plaintiff. E. Robart is. Whittaker Johnson. J Dinning is. Jas. Mccullough. Withdrawn from jury. Rena Horn is. Stephen Horn exp cars. Continued. Eliza Horn is. Stephen Horn exp . Kirkwood Arnold it. Al. Exp is. James English. Albert Sproesser is. Samuel Hanna. Solomon Mercer is. W. W. Scott. Z. P. Sparks is. Joseph Gordon. Defendant to plead. Vulcan Iron co., is. The new Philadelphia Boa amp steel co. Order to receiver Etc. Shelden l. Kent is. The Brock Hiu Coal co. Recognizance taken. The state Ohio is. Richey Mcferren. Judgment for plaintiff. John Finley adm rvs. Jacod Stoody. On our pants once new and Glossy nov Aie stripes different Hue All because subscribers linger Ami done to pay us what is due. The i let us be up and doing Send in your mite however Small when the Snow Winter strikes us we shall have no pants at any j u la i partic that i dec nut upon office disa against Ber taxes. I d Cui Tough a to the county some i Art Busy circulating the Story T. Mcculloug is elected pros a attorney the county he will entering upon the duties Hii is the suit the county ail Wilkins Tor delinquent pm it but just to . Mcd 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 pros cd tag attorney to prosecute suits the county against delinquent tax payers. That duty rests solely with treasurer the county Aud he is Oriz it i by Law to employ the coun to May Choo without reference if wishes the prosecuting actor is. The Case now pending against Wilkins for unpaid taxes the coun measurer who is i do Tiff has employed i counsel for the suit who Viil Haye the she management and control the Ca until its final deter in. Ion and neither . Mccullough a he in whichever May be prosecutor will have any a r too with therase. Will the anti Sel to to Ney. Or. To to n nor elected to big w a Ham e do at thing else to the intelligent voters Tuscarawas county ? very respectfully c. Forney treasurer Tuscarawas county. We will give the new York world the Farmers Friend and the new Philadelphia times All one year for the sum si.65. This surely is a snap for readers. The world is one the largest and Best newspapers in the u. S. 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 and to old ones also who pay up arrearage and the $1.65 in Advance. Look to your own interests and subscribe now. An old Farmers opinion. There is being so much said in the country about hard times and the Scarcity Money and As everybody has a cause and knows a remedy i thought i would write to Tell your readers what i think is the cause. The trouble is we buy More than we produce. There is too much flour and Bacon shipped Here every year. The things we ought to make at Home we Are buying. We let our Timber rot and buy plow stocks single Trees axe handles Hoe handles and fencing. We throw away our ashes and buy soap and Axle grease. We give away our beef hides and buy Hame strings and shoe strings. We let our manure go to waste and buy guano. We buy Garden seed in the Spring and cabbage in the fall. We let our iand3 grow up in weeds and buy brooms. We let the Wax out our Pine and gum Trees go to waste and buy chewing gum for our children. We build school houses hire teachers and Send our children off to be educated. We land a 5-cent fish with a $4 fishing Rod. We Send a 15 cent boy out with a $20 gun and a $4 dog to kill Birds. We raise dogs and buy Wool. And about the Only thing in this country that there is an overproduction is politics and Washington letter. Street fair i new Philadelphia Ohio october 26 and 27. Had you heard it big time anticipated. E. R. Parmelee the shoe dealer wants to have a big stack cats exhibition and Offen As premiums 1st. $3.00 pair shoes for the prettiest cat and Kittens. 2nd. $2.00 pair shoes for the prettiest cat. 3d. $1.00 pair shoes. All exhibits must be brought in the 1st Day the fair before 4 clock p. M. Now to change the subject How is your Stock shoes we have a great Many new things in footwear this fall. Have you seen them All Kip boots rubber boots Felt ing the situation it seems to your Cor boots Waterproof boots and lots respondent that the Only real reason 0f other things to Boot at for holding this continuous session is to convince those outside Congress e. R. Parmelee a who have been so strenuously insisting upon unconditional repeal the impossibility securing unconditional repeal and the necessity for a Compromise. There was some talk Early in the week adjourning Congress if the continued session the Senate failed to reach a vote but the idea was not popular with the senators and it looks now As though some disposition will certainly be made the Silver question before there is an adjournment and that it will be a Compromise which can be accepted without any sacrifice principle by All the democratic senators although senator Voorhees is very positive in saying that he will take no part in a Compromise. Everybody in Washington knew that the number what Are usually spoken As a office holding families a the members which were never known to engage in any other employment than working for the government was considerable but no one dreamed its actual extent until representative Dockery this week presented to the House a partial report the joint committee which is investigating departmental methods and work. More than 4000 families have 2 More members in office and some As Many As 7, 8 and 9. More than half the 17,599 United states employees in this City Are furnished by these 4000 families and yet there is a Rule against the employment 2 members the same family. No one was More surprised at the figures in this report than were the Heads the departments and it can be stated to a certainty that they will not wait for legislation to reduce the number one family employees in their respective departments. To put it in popular language these families have had a snap for a Long time and will now be made to step Down and out and give other people a Chance. The 99 majority by which the House passed the Tucker Bill for the repeal the Federal election Laws promptly at the time designated for taking the vote when the Bill was first taken up was a great disappointment to the republicans who had been persistent in circulating false stories about the existence democratic dissatisfaction with the Bill and the difficulty there would be in getting a democratic quorum the floor when the time came to vote. Every demo 1 so. Broadway Cor. Front St cratic member the House who was in Washington voted for the Bill and none were absent except from unavoidable causes. The democrats the House believe in doing business and acting promptly and their records up to this time have been unexcelled. Representative Mccreary a Bill proposing an Extension six months in the time within which chinese in this country May Register and other modifications in the Geary chinese exclusion act is now being considered by the House where it has been Given the right Way until disposed . This Bill which a present Atiye Mccreary told the House was a in the interest civilization and humanity a is the result a request the chinese government made Secretary Gresham by the new chinese minister who promised that All the chinamen now in the u. S. Should Register if the time was extended. Senators and representatives seem very much in Earnest about providing for the erection a new government printing office and fresh efforts Are being made to determine upon the location a site. It is to be hoped the present efforts will succeed. A new building is a necessity. There is not one word truth in the sensational Story sent out from Here this week that Secretary Gresham had asked postmaster general Bissell to reinstate a dismissed Republican Post office official stationed a in Ohio and had been refused. A specially. At this office. A reasonable rates. Formerly the a Gilsky Jacob Foehl amp son proprietors. Table second to free bus to and from All trams. Good barn accommodations. New Philadelphia Ohio. 3�,-lf buy Peoples cyclopedia. 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. Wherly Legal notice. Is hereby Given that the undersigned has this Day filed in the probate court Tuscarawas county. Ohio his petition praying for an order ant Horzing him to sell otherwise dispose the claims belonging to the estate Henry Goeler deceased which accrued in the life time said deceased and which Hare become desperate said petition will be for hearing the 13th Day november 1893. Augustus Goeler and fee do a . 43-3 adm s said Henry Goeler dec a. Buy Peoples cyclopedia. Three weeks More and the Buckeye Kangaroo will rear up its feet and say a i told you Coal Coal Coal people who desire to contract for their Winters Supply Coal will please Call at the office p. H. Read in rear Post office. Special figures Given Large contracts. 4w name the egyptian deity in the form a Man and the head a dog whose office was to accompany the ghosts the deceased into hades 138. Answer can be found in Peoples cyclopedia. When the Wool Trade is depressed when the wheat Trade is depressed then there is proportionate disturbance in the Iron and steel Trade. Take away the foreign markets from our Farmers and with abundant crops their houses would be sold Over their own Heads by the Sher offs. A i 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 a Little one was saved by the use chamberlains cough J Lagrange druggist Avoca neb. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp son druggist. Notice to Crediton 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 for adjustment prior to Jan. J St. 1894. Oct. 6th, �?T93. 8. Smith. 3w Trail Ohio. Perhaps some our readers would like to know in whal respect chamberlains cough remedy is better than any other. We will Tell you. When this remedy is taken As soon As a cold Haa 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 nature 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. Miller amp son druggists. Cheap rates to Chicago and return Over Pennsylvania lines from new Phil Adelphia account world s fair. Regular rate for round trip tickets $24.50 special rate for round trip tickets limited to november 5th, $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 mrs. Edwards Nee 8arah Evans daughter Rev. We. Evans canal Dover died Sabbath morning Haemorrhage the lungs. She was about 20 years age. Deceased was a kind Christian lady highly esteemed by All who knew her. The husband and parents have the sympathy the entire Community. She had been mar Rien Only about 8 months. Interment took place in Maple Grove cemetery tuesday

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