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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 26, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $ Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday oct. 26, 1893. Number 44. Baking a a Power 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. Mew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. 49�?othb new philadlphia., will be pub it sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advance.1-00 in not paid within three 1.50 49rremittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication. To the Tima. Democratic state ticket. For governor Lawrence t. Neal Ross county. For lieutenant governor Williama. 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 p ii. Mckeown Hamilton county. Dem Ocra tic Sena Tori a l ticket. For state senator 18th and 19th joint senatorial districts John a. Buchanan. County ticket. For representative David a. Lambright for probate judge Jasper ii. Mitchell. For treasurer Jacob Hawk. For clerk court James f. Milar. For sheriff Basil d. Downey for prosecuting attorney Joseph t. Mccullough. For recorder Hugh t. Minnis. For commissioner Adam Miller. For Surveyor Fred re a Reichenbach . For infirmary directors full terms George Crater Short a a a Geo. K. Arthur. Our candidates. Business directory. Or. I. S. Vail. Dentist lace in City Block Over Fribley s hardware Joseph Welty v i if Avni Anh i Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi. Ohio August 14,1890. 33yl t ii. Booth la a 4. �?attorney-at-law7, 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 phtsicia1t it excl office and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. Ellis architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl t 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. In Porter attorney at la w special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w. High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D. Richards. J r. P. H. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to to a. In. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. 17 to 8 p. In. Sundays 9 to to a. In. Only two weeks More now until election and it is time to compare notes and see if the democracy Tuscarawas county have not the Best ticket they have had for Many years and one that is worthy the Hearty support every Democrat. Hon. John a. Buchanan is the first our ticket. He served one term in the Senate under Adverse circumstances being ill All the time yet he served with credit. He has now7 regained his former strength and usefulness and is Well Able to Cope with anyone who w ill he in the Senate. Or. Buchanan has Laboured hard for his party and is one the Best posted men the issues the Day Iii this senatorial District. He will be elected by a Large majority. In fact his opponent has sought Only empty honors. Hon. D. A. Lambright served w Ith credit in the last Assembly and is a highly educated and honorable gentleman. What excuse can be Given by any Democrat for not voting for . Lambright the answer must be done. The next the list is judge Mitchell. Both democrats and republicans admit that he has made a Good probate judge. Not a lawyer at the bar has had reason to criticise him. Some litigants May have Felt disappointed when their cause was decided against them but that is natural. A judge cannot decide in favor both sides and judge Mitchell has always been moved by the highest sense Justice in his rulings. We frankly say that he should have the full support his party. James f. Milar is the nominee for clerk courts. A More Active energetic Young Man could not be found in the county. A More Clever and genial Man can not be found anywhere. He is a very competent business Man and will fill the office with credit. He will take pleasure in waiting All who May have business in that office. The Only crime Jimmie is guilty is that he lives in Goshen township. Is there a Democrat in Tuscarawas county who will scratch his name that account his nomination was the voice the people. Jacob Hawk our candidate for treasurer is conceded by All parties to be a gentleman the highest Type and highly competent. We predict that he will run far ahead his ticket. No Effort will be made to Holdup his opponent with his party. B. D. Downey is our candidate for sheriff. Ile was nominated As the 3d Man from Goshen township. We have heard Many democrats say that he was nominated As a necessity because the feeling engendered in a Long and hot convention and that he was the most available Man to carry the Day at the polls. We have known . Downey personally for 15 years and believe there is no Man Iii Tuscarawas county better qualified to fill the office sheriff. Ile is honest and upright Aud thoroughly understands the business. Ile is a social gentleman and we see no reason Why every Democrat in the county should not vote for him. In t. Minis has served one term As recorder and no one can say aught against him. His administration has been first class. Everybody is treated courteously by him and the office is in Good shape. When a servant has been faithful and efficient and is upright he should be rewarded with the second term. Such is the Case with . Minnis. We Appeal to every Democrat to stand by him. J. T. Mccullough the candidate for prosecuting attorney is a member the Tuscarawas county bar my Well qualified to fill the office. No one need have any doubt that mint. Socially he is a a whale fellow Well met and will befriend anyone if it is in his Power. Ile is one those Plain speaking Fellows always joking but Means no harm and w Hen you make his acquaintance you w ill find him a Good companionable fellow. He having been in politics for Many years has crossed the path other politicians but that cannot be helped. These conflicts will always follow7 in polities and Joseph t. Mccullogh is no worse than any politician and therefore All past cling if any should be buried. Democrats should not hold him responsible for the misgivings others. Let not the the ranks be broken Aud see that every Man the ticket is elected. The Hawley House. Cleveland Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks irom Union depot. Rate 2.0 0 per Day. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31?1 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. Kurtz agent. I. Hendershot adjuster for 8ale�?Good meat Market Anc fixtures Good Trade Good town a bargain for anyone Good reason for Selling. Address the times office. Of has thoroughly mastered civil engineering. Everybody knows Fred is a Good fellow in every respect and a faithful Democrat. The last the ticket messes. Crater and Arthur the nominees for infirmary directors. Or. Crater is a resident canal Dover and one her Best citizens a Man Good sound judgment and one who will carefully look after the poor the count. Or. Arthur is a prominent Farmer Union township and is equally Well qualified to look after the business the infirmary. They Are both Good representative men and should have the full support the party. Democrats Lay aside personal matters and see that this ticket which is first class in every respect is not scratched. Democratic meetings the democratic executive committee Tuscarawas county o., announces the follow ing meetings saturday evening oct. 28, at Evans Creek school House Bucks township prof. Forney and Hon James g. Patrick. Friday evening oct. 27, at new Philadelphia Hon. John j. Lentz Columbus. Friday evening oct. 27, at Watson Creek school House Rush township judge j. H. Mitchell. Tuesday evening oct. 31, at Beidler a. T. Mccullough and j. E. Hurst. Wednesday evening nov. I St at Shulls school House j. T. Mccullough and h. H. Porter. Saturday evening nov. 4, at Ragersville hons. H. H. Porter and j. T. Mccullough. 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. It looks As though gov. Mckin Ley was not willing to risk his cause in the hands the people upon a fair statement the issues the Day hut played the act the demagogue in trying to arouse the prejudices the soldiers. He dwelt largely in his speech Friday night the fact that Cleveland vetoed a number private pension Bills. It is True Cleveland did veto Many private Bills but he had a just right to do it. The Harrison administration dared not pass a single Bill that had heed vetoed by Cleveland. Gov. Mckinley would not sign such Bills were he president the u. S. Every honest thinking Soldier Republican will say that it was right to veto such Bills. Cleveland Bas a regard for his oath and upholds the Law. Graphic sketches. Personal and general news items. Woven together for our Many readers. Buy Peoples cyclopedia. Attorney Lusk is at the w. F. Mrs Geo. Stiffler is in Chicago. We. Coley has abandoned the Saloon business. John Burry sr., was at Cleveland monday. When you come to the Street fair be sure to visit Burns Kjems Bazaar. Cba8. Kinsey and wife it. Washington sundays in our midst. The Little daughter . And mrs. Al. Getz was quite ill last week. Harvey Mathias has been chosen treasurer co. M., N. G., this City. F. E. Myers is now clerking for Wise Callahan amp co. Arthur Mccullough Cambridge Sun Dayed in town. Or. A. Davis Mineral Point was in town last Friday night. J. Van Ostran Uhrichsville was in town sunday. The Broadway hotel has lately been repainted Colora red. Or. Miller Canton is visiting Frank Coventry. Or. John Kaderly jr., has returned from Cleveland. Mrs. Oliver Knisely is visiting her son . Will Marks in Canton. Or. And mrs. James Knisely have gone to Chicago a two weeks visit. Or. And mrs. Will Mclean Are in Chicago. Mrs. Miller Kinsey and win a prof. Maurer and wife attended the Mclean Lahmer wedding. Misses Annie Martand Albe Galbraith Trenton spent Sabbath with he parents the latter in this City. The Ever popular miss Anna Amos new Rumley was the guest mrs. Charles nagely last week. Mrs. Calvin Hemminger Kansas is the guest her parents . And mrs. Wesley Wolf. All races during the Street fair will take place thursday afternoon. Therefor entrances must be made not later than noon thursday. Mrs. Spence accompanied her sister mrs. Reese it. Vernon As far As Uhrichsville her return Home saturday. The breaking an engine at the Nail works last thursday caused a few Days Lay off among some the employees. As to the ownership two chickens a Little trouble was caused among the neighbors East High Street one Day last week. Or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer is receiving much merited Praise As a reliable remedy for nervous diseases. $1 bottles f. H. Gentsch. Sorry to learn that Sam Leonia a wire drawer at the Nail works was seriously injured thursday last by being caught in the machinery. The editors life is a rare one he lives and he loves and believes Aud when for his toil he get nothing he a thankful for what he receives. Monday tuesday and wednesday october 30, 31 and nov. 1st, a grands it cloak opening at Spring Brothers thief londay tuesday a and wed nil a Adam Miller his served one term As county commissioner and has Given general satisfaction. It should he borne in mind that the Board commissioners cannot Grant everything and please everybody. Many times unreasonable things Are expected the Board. Or. Miller has always carefully guarded the interests the taxpayers Ani if he is censured for anything itis because he scrupulously watches county affairs and does not let the purse string Loose. That is Why he should be supported. There is no better Man in the county for the place. He is a pleasant honest upright Ald capable official and should be endorsed by a full party vote. Fred Reichenbaugh is our nominee for county Surveyor. No one could follow in the foot Steps our very efficient Surveyor . Hoover better than Reichenbaugh. He has had con to to cast Yow vote in the first place to be a Legal voter you must be a male citizen not less than 21 years old election Day tuesday november 7th, 1893, and that Day you must have been a resident Ohio for one year Tuscarawas county for 30 Days and if unmarried and not the head a family you must have lived in the precinct township in which you Are to vote 20 Days. On election Day when you come to vote Tell your name then you will be handed a printed ballot having it All the different tickets Republican democratic Peoples party and prohibitionist. At the top each ticket is a Circle If you want to vote a a straight tickets put a Cross in the Circle at the head the ticket you want to vote. Put the Cross Mark in Only one Circle fora if you put it in More than one these circles you lose your vote and spoil the ticket. Of you want to vote a a a mixed ticket put a Cross Mark at the left hand Side the name every Man you want to vote for. If you do not a a mixed a split left hand Side you want to vote for you lose your vote for those you do not Mark. If you want to vote a straight ticket be sure and put your straight Cross Mark in the Circle at the top your ticket and not at the left hand the first name the ticket for if you do Mark at the left hand the first name Only you vote Only for governor and lose your vote for the rest the ticket. Do not put any Mark writing 011 your ticket except the Cross Mark. Do not Cross out scratch out any printed name the ticket. Make Only the Cross Mark. Make it the proper place places and it shows How you want to vote without any other Marks. If you done to understand How to do it done to be afraid to ask the judges to help you. That is what they Are there for. Use Only a Black Lead Pencil you will find one at each shelf where you Mark your ticket. If you accidentally spoil you ticket when making it ask the judges for another. Buy Peoples cyclopedia. H. A. Parmelee the Wood worker makes nearly All the Wood mantels. Lawyer Greene Uhrichsville was in town saturday. W. E. Chase Newcomerstown was in town monday. A a Peter Matlock operator for the w. U. Was at Chicago last week. D. Huston Tippecanoe was in town saturday. We. Getz jr., Terra haute ind., is in town. D. Wilson Cadwallader was in town saturday last. And. Miller Newcomerstown was in town monday business. Sherman True Job Printer Sherrodsville was in town saturday. John Daniels Alliance Sun Dayed in this City. Mrs. Miller canal Dover is the guest mrs. Geo. Hephinger. Lucy Hephinger purchased a $300. Piano last week. Steve Allen Dell Roy was in our midst saturday last. The ladies the reformed Church will give an Oyster supper in g. A. K. Hall nov. 7th, night. Geo. A. Cornet wife and daughter port Washington were in our midst sunday. Motorman the Street cars Are full smiles. A storm protector has been placed each car. Mike Gillen was Able to be the Street sunday after suffering a fortnight with a Broket leg. Buy Voua a Christmas presents Early at Burnside a Bazaar and avoid the Rush lat a. \ 21 2w Ohio roof Mig tile works at this place received an order last week for 40,000 shingles. Times getting better. Notice Costas Brothers Ady. In this Issue. When you want anything in the confectionery line give them a Call. They Are pleasant people to Deal with. Hurrah for Lawrence Neal i no not for Larry but for s. S. Urferd a Gingham for 4� cents. They Are a bargain. Special bargain Days thursday and Friday oct. 26th and 27th. Mattie Meanor new Philadelphia Some unknown thief relieved John Myers about 25 bushels potatoes lately. They did not want John to dig them hence their work. Married by Rev. J. B. Rust sunday evening oct. 22, at their new House South Broadway . Eugene l. Wenger and miss May Stiffler both this City. Landis Cogan Cleveland after a pleasant visit with relatives Here returned to his Home last week. Landis is a member the Bur printing co., that City and is meeting with Success. Lafayette Edie leaves one Day this week for St. Helens Michigan a Hunting expedition. As Lafe is quite a Nimrod we May expect to hear him coming Back with an abundance game. Rev. Winters the m. E. Church was suddenly called to the bedside his brother last Friday. Rev. A. B. Scutt delivered a very Able discourse during the absence Rev. Winters under Many difficulties being quite ill himself at the time. City. Done to fail to attend. Mrs. Georgia Moore Antrim is the guest her sister mrs. Nathan Mayers this City. She is a pleasant lady and will always be welcomed Here. Or. And mrs. Stambaugh and two sons Abilene Kansas who have been the guests . S. O. Donnell and wife the past two weeks returned to their Home Friday. Mrs. George Dearborn jr., Cleveland who has been the guest relatives in this City for the past month Bas gone to Chicago to meet her husband where they expect to reside. We had an Accident with some our mailing galleys last week and May not have All names Correct anyone failing to get a paper will please notify us immediately. John Ward was ejected irom the opera House Friday night during the Mckinley meeting when about 1,50 were present. Ward was too Inqui Tive. Cunning amp Schwitzer placed a new shed in rear their business place last week for the a Umo Dation their customers having teams. By. Cunning architect. It done to you forget it that Burnside Mark when you Are voting i tit buy in eds a split ticket at tilt our Stock a a larger each Many a a amen before and a you Snow my prices Are always the lowest. Or. J. Kail the Franklin life insurance co., Springfield is meet my with Success. He is a Good con ver8ationalist and a gentleman to do business with. Mrs. J. E. Hurst and daughter visited her parents in Franklin twp., last week. Or. Hurst also visited Over Sab Bath and accompanied his wife and daughter Home monday. H. A. Parmelee the hustling woodworker has placed the third Vestibule the electric Street railway cars. It is usual with our skilled mechanics to execute an excellent piece work. The new York Racket store this City has lately received a Large shipment Fine chinaware. Will be sold very cheap and rare bargains can be a during the Holiday Trade. We. Meyer Chillicothe has accepted a position As pharmacist in the drug store f. H. Gentsch. Or. Is competent and a gentleman to do business with. We wish him Success. Biddable experience in that line and i vember 7 the from 6 a. In. Time. The Booths to 6 p. Rn., Are open Standard ladies your attention. Spring Bros will give a grand cloak opening buy Peoples cyclopedia. H. A. Parmelee the Wood worker. Tod q. Stiffler bought a mule Harvey Kelly last week paying $450 ? done to fail to come to the Street fair this week and enjoy yourselves. Those who Are in arrears will please come prepared to remember the Printer. Our expenses Are heavy and we need our earnings. 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. J. N. Strickmaker 2w photographer. Aliens naturalized. Following is a list aliens whom probate judge Mitchell issued naturalization papers to during the past few Days John Hackett England Jacob huf Schmid Germany Fred. Shane Germany Andrew and Alex. Robinson Scotland Jas. Mitchell Scotland Arthur Hogg Germany John Buehler Switzerland. \ / grand cloak opening next week at election Day t tuesday no Pring Brothers store. Rare bargains. Grand assortment. Remember toe Date monday tuesday and wednesday october to 31, and nov. 1st. Next week october 30, 31, and nov. 1st. Or. Stern a representative two the largest cloak firms Cleveland will be at our store to assist. Remember rare bargains can be had. Or. B. Seaman superintendent the metropolitan life insurance company made us a pleasant and substantial Call last wednesday evening. It goes without saying that the metropol flan is the most progressive insurance company in the Field. A tis Pas singly strange yet True that a beaten bread is soon forgotten a by so me people. There is a Maxim among commercial travellers that reads thus a if a Friend ? comes to borrow a v which you have not got but borrow the same for him and then kiss it Good have you been there done to forget ladies that . Stern Cleveland will be in attendance to the grand cloak opening monday tues a and wednesday next week at Spring Bros., store this City. He will have hand a Large assortment ladies misses and children a cloaks. You now have a grand Opportunity seeing a Choice line from which you can select. A during my term service in the army to contracted Chrome diarrhoea a say8 a. E. Bending Halsey Oregon. A since then i have 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. By All indications the weather be fair. Let everyone attend our Street fair and at the same time done to forget s. 8. Urferd a store. Make him a visit. The recent Purchase different forced Sash sales the new Albany Woolen Mills and Joseph h. Walker amp co., Chicago were sold at 69 cents the Dollar. The keen and shrewd buyer s. S. Urfer was thereto get his share. Here is a few the Many offerings 2 papers pins i cent apron Gingham at 4� cents indigo Blue prints 5 cents Good Grain bags Worth 25 cents for 18 cents Fine mensa underwear Worth 60 cents at 37 1-2 cents Good Gray blankets at 25 cents All Wool blankets Worth $5 at $2.69 extra Fine blankets Worth $6 at $3.99 Good Wool cloth Worth 50 cents at 29 cents extra bargains in Coats Worth $8 at $4 75. These articles speak for themselves and you ought to see them before you buy elsewhere. Do not forget the place in Kaderly Block new Philadelphia A correction through an error in the Premium list the Street fair our enterprising shoe dealer e. Parmelee was misrepresented. The priz9s he gives Are As follows for the prettiest cat and Kittens let pair shoes boots valued $3. For prettiest cat 2nd�?pair shoes boots valued $2. For the Hom Eliest cat 3d�?pair shoes valued $1. For the largest cat 4th�?pair shoes valued $1. Y. course. November 14�?appleton Quartetti. December 15�?�?~ the boys to Day a h. H. Emmett. January 12, �?T94�?-�?~a twice told tale a the Rise and fall the moustache a a Robert j. 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. 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 Fine crayons and at As Low prices As can be made anywhere. P2t. For a worthy cause. Messes. Al. Getz and Pat Quinn this City have completed their arrangements to give a grand Benefit Ball election night november 7th, in Eagle Hall. For the Benefit the Sheet Mill strikers at Apollo a. The boys that place Are out a Noble cause and Are fighting for the rights every Sheet Mill finisher in the country. Music will be furnished by an italian orchestra Cleveland remember that the election news will be read trom the stage every half hour. Everybody go admission 50 cents. Marriage permits. John Lewis Mary Spahr. We. Fulton Ida Schwartz. Homer Long Belle Brown. Of. Alberto Caroline Kinsey. Chaa. Ludwig Anna Kinsey. Ulyse8 Robyn Martha Mccue. De. Schreinert Katie Goettge. Nath. Wolcott Cora Wolcott. Peter Wiandt Estelle Brown. I. W. Patterson Cora Benfer. We. Miller Sarah Garabrant. John be etcher Mary Trimble. Gibson Carlisle Ella Carpenter. Dias. Lahmers Francis Mclean. Thos. Leggett Melissa Stubbins. Chas. Harper Ellmina Sheline. L. Andrews Mattie Schwinderman. Four to five mrs. O. K. Black Are attending the worlds fair. By Young and old chief Zimmer did it. Friday afternoon last the russells Massillon and a picked nine team this City played a matched game Ball for $200 a Side and Gate receipts. Bitter rivalry existed and the game was for blood. Great preparations bad been made for the event. An immense crowd sightseers were present. Our boys had engaged a a dark horse Battery in the persons a a Cyl Young the crack Pitcher the Cleveland club and Bis Catcher old chief Zimmer. Some hard batting was witnessed. After playing nine innings the score stood 4 to 5 in favor our Home team. Stewarts Reward . And mrs. Elmer Waddington coi Ambus Indiana Are the guests and mrs. Charles nagely this week. Mrs. Lizzie Harrison and daughter Annie Scio Are the guests . And mrs. Chas. Nagely and other relatives in this City. Or. J. T. I. Bold attorney was last week App Intel City solicitor for canal Dover. He is a worthy Young lawyer and is fast coming to the front. The Broadway hotel kept by j. Foehl amp son makes a Fine appearance since it has been repainted. It will be thoroughly refitted this week. We Are glad to see the improvements and wish these gentlemen Success. For the murder Emma Mcdonald. Harry Stewart Dennison who was lodged in jail for the murder Emma Mcdonald the 15th last april was indicted by the grand jury at the present term court for murder in the second degree. The grand jury thought there was not sufficient evidence to convict him murder in the first degree. This was a Lucky thing for Stewart As he was sure then saving his neck. The facts As they have developed show that it was either murder in the first degree accidental killing and in the event the latter he should go free. The counsel for Stewart Yery wisely offered to enter the plea guilty manslaughter if accepted by the court. Judge Douthitt knowing that the testimony was not very Strong consented to the plea manslaughter. On last Friday the defendant was arranged in court and entered his formal plea and received his sentence. The court sentenced him to ten years in the be intently. The fact his entering this plea shows that he had not very much Confidence in his defense and feared he might go to the pen for life. The sentence is none too Strong considering All things. He comes from a Good family and should not have been in such company. He was escorted to the pen tuesday by sheriff Adams assistant. The ways the transgressor Are hard. I buy Peoples cyclopedia. Members company a pm a 17th regiment inf., N. G., Are hereby ordered to assemble in their armory at 7 30 a. Rn., Friday oct. 27th, for the purpose taking part in the Street fair Parade. By invitation the managers the Street fair. Every member must be present. By order Melvin a. Banker let Lieut. Commanding co. The ladies the u. B. Church have made extensive preparations to serve warm meals lunch and oysters for dinner and supper the Days the Street fair in the new room Knisely North Broadway just North the times building. Proceeds for the Benefit the Church. The Democrat Standard Coshocton says a somebody who has a grudge against Walter s. Hardesty Monroe county has induced him to accept the Republican nomination for state senator against John a. Buchanan the invincible democratic candidate. Or. Hardesty should Tram not to win but to stand punishment and lots it As All he will get out the contest. He will be knocked out the first round and hurried under a majority More than three thousand votes. Extract from certificate miss Bertha m. Kaderly possesses an unusual Talent for singing. The voice a Soprano a very sympathetic Quality has already received by rigid training a fullness tone 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. Buy Peoples cyclopedia. 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. J. Lagrange druggist. Avoca neb. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp son druggist. Some one has said that love is proved bes by what one will do tor another. There is so much truth in this that argument is not necessary. The Man that uses up his income in games Chance Etc., and leaves a wife and children to eke out a Bare existence occupies a decidedly unenviable position from a social standpoint View. We have in our midst about the average per cent these leeches. The harm these men ? do themselves is enough to disgust a Well balanced mind but the thought awful future for those enslaved wives and the unfortunate children must Appeal to the most Ordinary mind. There Are now four cases in our City that Are dominant and these in particular should be severely dealt with. Perhaps some our readers would like to know in what resp it it 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 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. In Many parts the county some parties Are Busy circulating the Story that if j. T. Mccullough is elected prosecuting attorney the county he will upon entering upon the duties his office dismiss the suit 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 nth the treasurer the cd a he is authorized by Law to employ the coun Sel 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 to do with the Case. Will . Graham claim anything else to the intelligent voters Tuscarawas county ? very respectfully c. Forney treasurer Tuscarawas county. W Ashin Stow letter. From our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., october 20,1893. A Democrat who ha9 the future welfare and Success his party in View regardless his own personal opinion the Silver question can find Little is pleasing in the controversies that have a Ken place this week Between democratic senators who occupy opposite positions the Voorhees Bill. The language used by democratic senators toward each other was such As should not be used upon the door the Senate even towards political opponents except under great provocation and it certainly did not improve the Chance either passing the Voorhees Bill As it is for amending it. In fact about the Only thing accomplished by these displays temper was to furnish the Republican with a bundle very Stout clubs which they will not fail to use in the future upon demo Elatic Heads. It will be a dear Victory to either Side in this Silver controversy it it be won by disrupting the democratic party thus proving the Oft reiterated charge republicans that the Democrat party could not control itself. At the beginning the week it looked As though the Democrat senators were about to get together in a satisfactory Compromise but the Opportunity went by. Now things Are again Drifting wih both friends and opponents the Voorhees Bill threatening to keep up the fight indefinitely and the Senate wasting its time discussing a change rules which every senator knows Dawn in his heart whatever his wishes May be. Cannot be accomplished in the midst this controversy. A democratic caucus is to be held but has Only those who signed the Call therefor consider themselves bound to attend to be bound by its action and As the Call was Only signed by senators who Are opposed to the passage the \ Voorhees Bill there is Little upon which to base even a Hope that it will result in ending the unfortunate controversy. President Cleveland is apparently More confident than Ever that the a Voorhees Bill can be passed by the Senate without amendment and More determined that the fight shall be continued until the end is reached but there Are Good reasons for the belief that he would willingly sign a Compromise measure it one can be agreed upon by the democratic senators. It could not reasonably be expected under the circumstances that he would in Advance the action the Senate announce that he would sign a Compromise Bdl. Much important business awaits the disposition the Silver question. For instance provision will have to be made the sooner the better to meet the big deficit the necessary expenditures the current fiscal year will leave in the Treasury. Secretary Carlisle s latest estimate based present indications is that this deficit May reach $50,000,000. Secretary Carlisle has decided that paper currency shall hereafter be used in making disbursements at the new York sub Treasury except when the state the Treasury makes it necessary to pay out Gold. It is said that this decision was made because a tendency the part the Banks in that Section to Hoard the Gold lately put in circulation. The next to be taken up by the House will be the Oates bankruptcy Bill. There is Strong opposition to the Bill both sides the House but it is thought that it will be passed. President Cleveland authorizes Tho announcement that he will not leave Washington for any purpose until the Senate takes some action the Silver question. The House committee Public lands which has been looking into the charges concerning the opening the Cherokee strip will probably decide that there is no occasion for the congressional investigation proposed by a Resolution recently introduced in the House. The House is keeping up its reputation for rapidity in the transaction business. This week it passed the Mccreary Bill amending and mollify ing the Geary chinese Law and the Cox Bill providing that no National banking association shall make any loan to its president its vice president its directors its cashier any its clerks tellers bookkeepers agents servants other persons in its employ until the proposition to make such a loan stating the amount Terras and Security offered shall have been submitted in writing to a meeting the Board Lof directors the executive committee the Board and accepted and approved by majority those present constituting a quorum and then not in excess the amount now allowed by Law. A Bill similar to the last named was passed by the last House. The House also passed a Bill repealing the Law which Squires applicants for Bounty lands to prove loyalty in addition to proving themselves otherwise entitled to the lands. Or. Henry Froelich a highly respected Farmer Barros Mills died suddenly last week. He was getting ready to make a trip somewhere and dropped dead. Grand opening. J. Foehl a 8on, proprietors the Broadway hotel this City extend a cordial invitation to All their friends and acquaintances to attend their opening wednesday evening october 1st. Grand Ball after supper. City Market reports. Lure paen per 4 60 sack. 1 15 Best family per barrel 5 uru Aniber per sack. 90 Vav heat per Bushel. To Oats per a a 35 Rye per a a 55 Corn per a a 55 butter per 28 eggs per . 22 buckwheat flour per Pound .04 hams per Pound. 12 shoulders per 09 sides per a a lard per a a 12 tallow per a a .04 Salt Goshen per barrel i Salt new York per. 1 30 White Lime per barrel. I Akron Cement per barrel. I 25 calcined plaster per Barie 2 25 land plaster per ton. 9 50 a a a a per barrel. I potatoes per Bushel. 85 onions per Bushel. I Hay per ton. 12 Timothy seed per Bushel. 2 25 Wool per Pound. 25 fertilizer per ton. 35 00 Clover seed per Bushel. 5-60 a foreign markets 3d Page. Beaber dam Valley Brick Yard new Philadelphia Ohio. John off Holder prop first class Brick and roofing tile always hand. At moderate prices. Give us a Cal 50yl m. S. Maple dealer in ish produce All kinds. We handle nothing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. Argive us a Callow \ West front Street new Phil. I to near planing Mill. 35-Ly Ytse printing a specially. At this office. A a reasonable rates. Formerly the a Gilsky Jacob Foehl amp Soh proprietors. J6t table second to tip a i i us i a a free bus to and from All barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Ohio. 36-Ly Costas Bros. And i choicest fruits the season always hand. Best place in the City to buy cigars amp tobacco. Costas Bros. E. High St., near the Square new Philadelphia Buy Peoples cyclopedia. Administrators notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified As administrator the estate Michael Wherry. Late Tuscarawas county dec d. Oct. 4, 93. John a. Wherley. Legal notice 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 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 for adjustment prior to Jan. 1st. 1894. Oct. 6th, �?T93. S. J. Smith. 3w Trail Ohio. Is hereby Given that the undersigned has this Day filed in the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio his petition praying tor an order authorizing him to sell otherwise dispose the claims belonging to the estate Henry Goeler deceased which accrued Iii the life time said deceased and which have become desperate said petition will he for hearing tile 13th Day november 1893. Augustus a Oklah and Fred a Klar. 43-3 darn re a said a amp try Gokler dec a. Cheap rates to Chicago and return Over Pennsylvania lines from new Philadelphia account world 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 50 doses Honey figs�?50 cents. A Honey figs is a very concent ted extract Ripe California figs Etc. It has no equal As a Safe cure for constipation colds fever nervousness inactive 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 so 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 our old time Friend Joeab Giggle left last week for Kirksville mo., a visit to relatives. He will be absent about two months. Or. R., has been with our popular townsman John Myers repairing and setting Upa ii cultural machinery. The boys around the a very a Block will miss their genial Friend. The times wishes him a pleasant trip and will gladly extend the hand Fellowship his return

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