Page 1 of 21 Sep 1893 Issue of New Philadelphia Times in New-Philadelphia, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 21 Sep 1893 in New-Philadelphia, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The New Philadelphia Times.

Browse New Philadelphia Times
  • new-philadelphia-times page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • new-philadelphia-times page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • new-philadelphia-times page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • new-philadelphia-times page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 21 Sep 1893 New Philadelphia Times in New-Philadelphia, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 21, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio New Yoke world Farmers Friend and this taper one year for $1.65.new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday sept. 21, 1893. Number 39. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. 49-thb new Philadelphia Tomsk will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one tear. In Advance. If not paid within three to 8 1-Bo Asp remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post Offlee order to the address the proprietor. 49�?oaddress All matter intended for publication. To tas Timbs. A clean Case failure. The attempt to Bluff off Tariff Reform in the country the ground financial troubles obviously coming from other causes May be said to have been still born. Its Only effect has been to bring out into clearness and prominence the fact that Tariff Reform has been decreed by the people and is sure to be realized. We note no tone instance in any Quarter a disposition to abandon it. On the contrary As we have before remarked there is a feeling that it be not delayed beyond a Point when a Bill can be intelligently and effectively prepared. A member Congress wittily remarked when this abandonment was suggested to him in debate the other Day that it looked to him like a motion for a new trial after the jury had decided a Case with All the emphasis possible. There will be no new trial the Issue. That stage the proceedings is in the background. A Tariff Bill will be passed and it will be one that is Likely to stay. Our friends the protectionists will be gratified in a desire they have often expressed that the business the country be not disturbed by changes in the Tariff for some time thereafter. Grover Cleveland is to be in the presidency for three years and a half in the future if he lives and some other Liberal Tariff Man will succeed him if he does not live. The most sanguine will not Hope for a change under these conditions. We Are confident in the belief that after the new Tariff Bill is passed changes w ill not be asked for in any Quarter at least outside Pennsylvania. The revised Tariff if it is judiciously framed Likely to please everybody manufacturers included. Gov. Ames told his associates the truth when he said Mckinley ism had gone to far it will be found when its substitute is tested that the healthy condition introduced will not injure manufacturing will be better for it indeed than enforced and unnatural Protection. We do not need the hotbed process to Aid our Industry. We shall be More prosperous with a fair Opportunity for the natural develop Mentor american Talent and Industry. This is what a reformed Tariff is to furnish our people and we do not hesitate to Prophesy that it will be the most popular Tariff since that 1846, which became so entirely satisfactory that All opposition to it was abandoned in the Public councils our country. Baking a Power pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. Too Wall St. By 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 p. Ii. Mckeown Hamilton county. Democratic Sena Tori Ai ticket. For state senator 18th and 19 the joint senatorial districts John a. Buchanan. County ticket. For representative David a. Lambright for probate judge Jasper ii. Mitchell. Iut treasurer Jacob Hawk. For clerk court James f. Milar. For sheriff Basil d. Downey Quot for prosecuting attorney Joseph t. Mccullough. For recorder Rugh 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. Personal and general. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. V18 the Michigan train robbers have All been captured and lodged in jail. They were from Negaunee and Marquette Mich. The Smoky atmosphere last week no doubt was caused by the great fires in Wisconsin. Two Hundred Square Miles Are reported As being fire in one place. Many lives were lost in the fire. No rain had fallen since july loth and the Timber and vegetation was so dry that the flames spread rapidly. The loss to standing Pine will reach Over #5,000,. Hundreds people Are rendered homeless and much suffering will consequently follow. An eligible opinion. The discussion a the panic its causes and cure a was continued by the Rev. Themas Dixon ,jr., in his Sermon in new York last 8abbath morning. Among other things he said 41 we need less class legislation and Mote government the people for the people and by the people. The Hon. John , controller the currency says in a recent article that the present panic is to be traced to class legislation. The ailment from which our Finan Cial system is suffering did not commence with the passage the Sherman Silver act nor with the passage the by amp cd amp it. It found its origin Long before either was enacted at a time when Congress first assumed it to be the chief end legislation to make through enacted Laws certain individuals Rich. It was with his end in View that protective Tariff Laws were passed end for this purpose was brought into being the Silver Bill which is not Only now returned to plague its authors but it is destroying the very interest it was designed to Benefit. Such legislation is responsible for the spirit speculation that would create something out nothing that organizes trusts for the purpose enriching a few at the expense Many and loom upon the general Public not less than the Public a in Telesis As legitimate plunder. It has popularized an extravagance in Public and private expenditure that has led the government in its Public matters and the individual in his private affairs to live beyond their me Quot is. It has done More to strangle the life legitimate Trade than All else combined and today the people Are seeing the full effects the evil in the menace to honest endeavours through the distrust bred by let the people federate in every state to dethrone this Power. The country Calls to it. Your hungry families Are now calling you to it. It is the Call god. A new hostes8. Or. We Wallies the genial proprietor the Sherman House this City believing that it is not Best for Man to live alone in this world took unto himself a wife in the person miss Carrie Senhauser thursday evening last at 8 p. M. The ceremony was performed at the residence the Bride by Kev. Kreusch in the presence rela Tives and a few friends. Miss Carrie is the youngest daughter . G. Sen Hauser and is a most estimable lady with hosts friends. Or. Wallies is an upright and energetic business Man and is quite successful As landlord the Sherman House. The Bride and Groom returned to the hotel the same evening and settled Down to business the Bride was the recipient Severa valuable presents. The times extends congratulations and Best wishes for their future happiness and Prosperity is Henry Mccormick Harrisburg a., one the wealthiest Iron Mas ters in the Keystone state and who often spoken As one the a steel Barons the country in a ate interview speaking the present Tariff hearing before the committee ways and Means said a i am willing to leave the question to the patriotism Congress. Respecting the Iron interest i believe it can stand a reduction the duties. Twenty years ago a High Tariff was necessary to build up the Iron manufacturing interests but conditions have changed. And with the increased facilities our plants there is no longer an excuse it for a continuance much a Tariff. We need a Little yet and i think Congress will do the right thing. 1 believe in a readjustment the Tariff every five years taking Oil a Little it each the Cleveland Canton amp Southern Railroad went into the hands a receiver last week. They were unable to the interest a Twenty million dollars a mortgage indebtedness to the new York Trust co. The employees along the Hue had not been paid for three months. The indebtedness is More than the Road is Worth. China threatens to withdraw Protection to u s residents i account the Geary chinese Law being enforced. Aii foreigners who will not become citizens the us should be excluded from being competitors american labourers. Let the Geary Law be enforced. Three u. S. Vessels Are their Way to China. Fall and Winter everybody wears clothing Call and see Vej. , and get your Choice 2400 pieces. Salem printers will form a Union. I r. Harry Kurtz Leetonia is iting Here. Will Hall has sold 9,000 watermelons this season. W. M. Tracy Mineral Point was Here Friday. Fanny Galbraith visited Trenton people last week. . Naragon Mineral Point was in town Friday. Benj. Grimm is erecting a building and will rent same. Mary Bear and brother Charley spent sunday Here. T. W. Mclean Pittsburgh pa., was in town last Friday. The pipe works company Are shipping away considerable Ware. Jas. P. Stephenson and wife scent sunday with his Mother at Leesville. Emma Welty in company with Clias. Hummed and family Are at the w. F. You can save Money by buying carpets and lace curtains at John h. Kinsey a. 2w the Mill boys Are hardly a in it y�3t. Sore hands Ana Muscles from the a playoff a s. R. Minnig a Der Deutcher Beo a Achtert has returned from the worlds fair. Geo. W. Sharp who has been visiting and Hunting in Coshocton county has returned. Or. And mrs. Heinig and a son Bucktown Are dangerously ill typhoid fever. Emma Welty Lida Downey Della Snyder Are enjoying a Tew Days at the worlds fair. Tope Bros., hardware merchants at Dell Roy o., assigned last week. A a sects and liabilities unknown. Miss Cora Heffling Gilmore is vis Ting acquaintances in this a to this week and attending the fair. The mines at Sherrodsville have a it 8umed operations and the destitution n caused by Long idleness is no More. Sneak thieves looted the cellar r. J. W. Dodd East Avenue and car ried off a lot canned fruit Anc 1 bread stuff s. During the absence de. Neff at the worlds fair Lemuel Hamilton has charge the Agency Here for Wana maker amp Brown clothiers. For Sale Good meat Market and fixtures Good Trade Good town a bargain for anyone Good reason Tor Selling. Address the times office. Of married at the Home the brides parents new Philadelphia o., sept. 14, by the Rev. J. Kreusch Harry c. Ellis and Sadie Bingham both this City. A Stop wasting your Money tobacco and opium. Brace up be a Man Hill s Chloride Gold tablets will cure you. Aii leading druggists sell them. Late Friday evening Martins were heard chirping from the various alcoves m and about the court House. It is an unusual occurrence and it is said to forecast a Green Christmas. Sept. 26th.�?special worlds fair excursion tickets Good going special train and in Day coaches Only. Tickets Good ten Days from Date Sale. One fare for round trip. J. E. Terry Gene a pass. At. During the absence s. R. Minnig at the worlds fair some unknown sneak thief tried to loot his residence one night last week. Mrs. Minnig and and children being aroused and their screams scared the intruders away. Enclose stamp for reply to mrs. Lena Cooper 1534 Lorain St., Cleveland o., to learn How her life was saved by . Wheelers nerve Malizer the great cure for nervous diseases. Warranted by d. F. Gentsch married at the presbyterian parsonage sept. 16th, by Rev. J. A Ruesch Arthur l. Scott and Maggie j. Huber both Uhrichsville. The times wishes them much Joy in their con nubian relations. The free press had it last week that Hoke Smith was a the Southern son dead wrong again. Secretary Hoke Smith is the Sou a new eng land Yankee and the family move South after the War when Hoke was a chronicle. An indignant Railroad traveler complaining to the head the corporation the smallness sandwiches the Road has received a reply that they Are made Small so that Patron the Road will Dot miss trains. And yet they say that corporations have no . Prol. M. L. Boyd Scio o., and miss Emma Fisher Stone Creek o., were married wednesday sept. 6th at 12 clock at the resilience the brides parents by . Smith Alliance. About forty guests were present and they were the t recipients numerous Beautiful and costly presents. They left thursday morning for Scio And thence to Kinsman Their future Home. The Best wishes hosts friends go with them. John h. Kinsey leads in dry goods. The wire Nail Mill will resume operation next monday with 200 Mee. The Royal fire Clay works at Midvale started up monday. Attorney Orson Lusk was at Dennison tuesday trying a Law suit and won it. Charles Aiken Frank Peters and George Blake Uhrichsville were in town monday. New opening fall and Winter dress goods and cloaks. Examine our goods. John h. Kinsey. 2w Jno. L. Allen one the office Force in the Roanoke machine works is Here visiting Theo. D. Morgan and friends. Washington letter. Transfers real estate. From our regular correspondent. Little Bessie Schoch North Broad Way gave a Fine birthday party to a number her Little friends tuesday evening. They had a grand time. Married . John h. Carr Coshocton and miss Emma Taylor Shanesville wed. Sept. 14th. Rev. A. S. Light Walter officiating. The times extends congratulations. Mrs. Or. Pyle and daughter Beckie left tuesday for Alliance where they met miss Bird Kysely who accompanied them to Youngstown for a few weeks visit among relatives and friends. Or. Henry Wiand wife and Daught Ter started the fifteenth to Cleveland where they will visit their two daughters mrs. B. L. Schindler and mrs. F. B. Moery for a Short time and from there Mill attend the worlds fair. Messes. Of Donnell amp Lusk attorneys have dissolved partnership. Or. Lusk has rented an office Over Saunders Barber shop and moved into it. Or. Of Donnell has retired from business temporarily account ill health. The Little town Tippecanoe Harrison co., was visited by fire monday night. It started in the store . Morris consuming the building and contents. It then spread to adjoining buildings Licking up 3 4 business places a dwelling two and a stable making a total loss $7,000. The mormon Tabernacle choir 250 Strong passed through Denver their return from the worlds fair where the choir competed for the $5,000 prize which was awarded to a choir from Scranton a. The Salt Lake choir was awarded second prize $1,000.�? Denver press. W. Freck Baltic has purchased the clothing Stock Fred Maurer and is doing business at the same stand. He has already enlarged the Stock and will still add to the same. Any one in need goods in his line will do Well to Call . Freck. Remember he will sell As cheap As in the larger towns and will do his utmost to please you. He has Bat one Price and that in Plain figures. Give him a Call. The Uhrichsville fair passed off last week with a very Good attendance. The dry season is very much against All fairs. The attendance the last Day was quite Liberal. The balloon ascension was a grand Success. The races were quite interesting. The exhibition in the Hall was fair. There is not the interest taken in any the fairs that should be. We sincerely Hope that the managers Wera Able to meet All expend see from the receipts and have Money left. Court proceedings. Washington d. C., sept. 15,1893. It seems difficult for the republicans to understand that the democrats in Congress intend to redeem the promises made in the Chicago platform. They actually seemed to think that it was possible to cajole the democrats into letting the Mckinley Tariff Law which was denounced from every democratic stump and in the columns every democratic newspaper in the land during the last Campaign remain the statute books for awhile anyway. And their mistake in the Tariff tarriff business which is now very Plain to them taught them nothing. They Are now engaged in the useless Busi nes trying to frighten the democrats out the notion repealing the Federal election Laws Laws which made the notorious John i. Davenport a possibility and which in the hands an unscrupulous administration have in the past and May in the future if allowed to stand surrounded the voting places american citizens with bayonets in the hands soldiers. The number democrats who can be frightened by Republican twaddle is Small and As representative Mcmillin Eaid Early in the session a let those democrats who feel timid about carrying out the Chicago platform go to the rear there Wil be enough left in front to do the the Tucker Bill for the repeal All Laws providing for Federal supervision elections has been reported to the House and will be Given right Way until passed. How the f. R. Snyder to j. Kuemerle lot 14, Dover $600. Matilda j. And j. B. Wallace to j. W. Fish lot 14, new Philadelphia $150. Eckfield amp Johnson to f. O. Brown lot 2, Dennison $150. Sheriff we. Adams to j. F. Kalden Baugh 40 acres Rush $400. Maurice Moody to t. W. Burke lot 1, Dennison $200. Mary Danner it. Al., to John Wright 22-100 acres Wayne $350. B. J. Jones to Joseph Wolf lot to Dundee $67. J. S. Deardorff to Catherine a Leifus Man lot 1, Dover $225. Jacob Retzler a adm., to h. J. Bond too acres Salem $4836. Andrew Maurer it. Al., to Adam Maurer 90 acres Jefferson ,$1450. Edward Kollar to e. Walton 34-100 acre Goshen $40. Frank Kinsey to John Umstott 29 so rds., lock seventeen $400. Andrew Deis to g. D. Burgess lot 57, Dover $325. G. D. Burgess to Thos. Himes lot 57, Dover $1250. Thos. Himes to Alana Burgess lot 57, Dover $1. O. A. Craigo to Sarah Rogers 42 acres 97 sqrds., Perry $600. A m. Huston to Sina a. Benson lots 15 and 16, Dennison $300. Fred a Zurcher to Fred a Hurst part 4 lots new Philadelphia $1100. Hostetler amp Betscher to Martha and David Prosser lots 35, 36 and 37, Dover $1150. J. E. Kennedy to m. W. Herron lot 57, Midvale $100. Our great bargain for 60 Days Only. We will give the new York world the Farmers Friend and the new Philadelphia times All one year for the sum 81.65. This surely is a snap if 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 in Advance and to old ones also who up arrearage and the $1.65 in Advance. Look to your own interests and subscribe now. # c. L. Amp w. R. R. Excursions. For Independent order Odd Fellows columbian demonstration sept. 25th to 27th and Christian Endeavor Day sept. 25th, at the worlds Colum Bian exposition Chicago tickets will be sold Good going All regular trains do you want to build a House if so take Stock in the Ohio National building amp loan co., and get your Money to build with. Done to fail to Call 8. M Oore Secretary at the times office and get information the subject sept. 23d in Day coaches Only Good in ten Days from Date Sale. One fare for the round trip. F. Assistant medical referee . D. Gentsch has charge the suspended cases As will be seen by the following clipping from the Washington news the fourteen examiners in the pen pension Bureau recently detailed from the medical division to the Board revision to take charge medical work in suspended cases is under the direction assistant medical referee Gentsch who accompanied the examiners to the new Board. The personal the detail is As follows Joshua r. Hayes Pennsylvania Walter w. Vlieger new York Francis j. Woodman new Hampshire Joseph w. Shively Ohio Thomas w. Burke Michigan Patrick j. Byrne new York Tnomas Reilly Pennsylvania a. L. Jackson Texas Charles w. Keyed Maine Patrick e. Nagle Minnesota Jacob w. Abel Pennsylvania Willard h. Coffron Mien. Frank d. Byington West Virginia Michael f. Gallagher Pennsylvania. 26 worlds fair. 26 sept. �?o26�?� the c. L. Amp w. By. Will run another one their popular Chicago worlds fair exc unions. Tickets will be sold at the usual Low rates. For full particulars Cill j. W. Mccombs agent. Hills Chloride it Gold tablets Are not a substitute but a positive cure for the tobacco opium habit. Thousands testify to their efficiency. Ask your local druggist for Effie in write to the Ohio chemical co., Luna Ohio. Heart trouble stomach disorders nervousness results from the e use tobacco and opium. Hills Chloride Gold tablets Are positive cures Aii druggists sell them. Confirmation sales. Lydia Felver is. Elizabeth Wright. Judgment attachment. Henery Berger is. John t. Showal Ter. Ordered to Heel docket. Mary e. Falsely is. William falsely. Alfred Dickey is. George Dickey. Judgement for plaintiffs. Goldsmith Fries a co., is. Anna Anathan. Continuance. Neri d. Chandler is. Nanna Chandler. Appointment m. J. Link auction Eer. Cases dismissed. Celea Kearns is. Nathan Goodman. Ohio sex. Rel. Samuel Weaver is. Ebon Van Kirk. Criminal court. Ohio is. Alonzo Taylor plead guilty sentenced eighteen months. Charles Botimer. Plead guilty sentenced eighteen months. Chester Wheeland plead guilty sentenced one year. Fred Bolden plead guilty sentenced three years. George Cory plead guilty sentence i three years. Odin Stine plead guilty sentenced three years. Alonzo Johnson plead guilty sentenced two years. Ohio is. John neat bigamy plea not guilty Bond Given. Ohio is. John Neal perjury plea not guilty Bond Given. Ohio is. Simon Kiser plea guilty Fine $10 and costs. Rule suspended. Adjei r. Smith tvs John Lupher. Motions and demeurers sustained. Lamor Gibson is we. Fredenburg. Goldsmith Jos Fries is. Anna Anathan. Philip sheets is Village Newcomerstown. Neri d. Chandler is Nancy Chandler. De Uhrich is Standard insurance co. Jas. Callahan is Margaret Medler same is Michael Miller. Motions and demeurers overruled. W. Lawbaugh is Cleveland and Canton Railroad. D. A. Boyd is Frank Irvine. Elmira Smith is g. W. Gardner. P. H. Read is Cleveland and Lorain Railroad. W. S. Mckee is Geo. Barrick. Sarah a. Cross is j. W. Goodman. Plaintiff to plead. Jos Frey is Noah Frey. J. L. Dunning is the Dies Bissman Kurtz a co. Forney is Jacob Cratz. Same is g. T. Flemming. New York world Farmers Friend and the times $1.65 per annul. Long it will take to pass it depends largely upon circumstances. The democrats Are perfectly willing that it shall be fully debated and no attempt will be made to Force a vote until legitimate debate has been exhausted but no Filli mustering will be allowed. Everything indicates that the debate the von pcs repeal Bill is drawing near its end in the Senate and the Long contest personal endurance by Means a continuous Call will soon begin. Another attempt in fact several them were made this week to get president Cleveland a consent to some sort a Compromise that would in some shape recognize Silver but having promised . Cleveland that they would vote for unconditional repeal they do not feel at Liberty to do so without his consent. The House committee foreign affairs will report a Bill providing a substitute for the much discussed Geary anti chinese Law. The Bill introduced by representative Everett Massachusetts is now being considered by the committee and will probably be favourably reported with slight modifications suggested by representative Geary California. So Many sensational statements have recently been made concerning the intentions the administration that attorney general Olney gave out an official statement this week that the Geary Law would not be enforced until Congress acts and that the government does not acquiesce in the interpretation Given the Law by judge Ross in his recent decision As to the right private citizens to begin proceedings against the chinese and Call upon the government to provide for their deportation. No one can Call at the White House without becoming aware the satisfaction that is Felt from the president Down to the humblest employee Over the Good Fortune that has followed mrs. Cleveland and her baby girl. Congratulations Are still pouring in by mail from All sections the country and from All leases people. Jerry Simpsons refusal to engage in a joint debate with congressman Marshall a Cyclone Jim Virginia when they were both speaking at the same Virginia town the other Day has been the cause Jerry a getting a lot chaffing from his colleagues in the House. Jerry comes from a Cyclone country and he knows the danger to be expected from them and wisely declines to knowingly put himself in the path one. The Tariff hearings before the House ways and Means committee Haye at times been quite interesting this week and several manufacturers agents who found themselves confounded when they presented the Stock Protection arguments went away thoroughly convinced that the democrats that committee Are much better posted the practical Workings the present Tariff than the newspapers generally have Given them credit for being. Tom Reed continues to plan the Roll Clown. Sex governor St. John Kansas spoke at the Uhrichsville fair Friday. Or. St. John is a prohibitionist and course took to task both the old political parties the Temperance ques8ion. On the Tariff he criticized the Republican party in bitter terms. He claims that Protection is wrong from principal and that every american citizen should be placed an Equality so far As his financial opportunities Are concerned. He thinks it unfair that the poor labourer should As much Revenue As the Rich Man. Or. St. John is thoroughly posted the Tariff and showed that the Tariff rates Are much higher the goods used by the poorer classes than that used by the wealthy classes. As new York is the financial heart the country the improvement in the situation there is something a guarantee that the Money panic is about Over. A that remains is the gathering up the shattered lines business Confidence that have passed from the financial Center to the extremities. This will come in Good time and is now making encouraging Progress. The Bank exhibit at new York saturday was the Best for Many weeks showing a steady improvement that is evidently permanent lines. The Banks gained Over $8,000,000 in actual Money and their reserves Are nearly $3,000,000 in excess the figures the corresponding week 1891, Long before the financial Stringency set in. There was also an increase $1,514,000 in circulation put ont. The Clearing House certificates Are being slowly retired and it is expected this week will see them reduced to $30,000,000 the withdrawal $10,000,000 from the maximum amount issued. The single fact that the new York Banks now hold a Reserve Over the Legal requirements up to $10,600,000 when there was a deficit $16,000,000 a few weeks ago shows How Confidence is strengthening and a sound basis for a reviving business. If the Stock Market did not respond to this favourable statement it indicates that people Are cautious and not Given to speculate operations. That is not a bad sign in Post. The Wallies Brothers have purchased the Jacob Stoody meat Market East High Street. They Are handling the Best meats that can be procured. They Are honorable dealers and Merit a share the Public patronage. The Central Ohio District fair will be held at Newcomerstown oct. 3,4,5 and 6th. The purses racing Are Liberal and will attract the owners some the Best horses. This always has been a Good fair and no doubt will be fully up to the past this year among the incidents childhood that stand out in bold Relief As our memory reverts to the Days when we were Young none Are More prominent 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. Miller a son druggists. Cheap rates to Chicago. Worlds fair excursions via Pennsylvania lines sept. 23d. On account the i. O. O. F. Columbian demonstration at the worlds fair sept. 25th, and 27th, and Christian Endeavor Day sept. 25th, special Low rate excursion tickets to Chicago will be sold from ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines saturday sept. 23d. The Low rate excursion tickets will be Good returning until oct. 2d, inclusive. For details see hand Bills apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent. 38w2 a cheap visit to the worlds fair. From Pittsburg to Chicago and return and seven nights lodging for $19.50. The Pittsburg Post is fitting out excursions at the above Low rate. Everything first class. Tickets Good for 60 Days Over the Pittsburg a Lake Erie Railroad. For full particulars see a the to the worlds fair. Spring Bros. Dont fail to look at our display at Doyer fair our exhibit is Well Worth going Miles to a w y a a a Boot them up those boys will have to be out a Good Deal this Winter. They should Haye Good boots and when you do Boot those boys take them to e. R. Parmelee a shoe store. You will save Money by it. Try it and see. Of course you Are coming to the fair. That will be just the time. Bring the boys Well do the rest. It a \ dam Valley Brick Yard new Philadelphia Ohio. John off Holder proper. First class Brick and roofing tile always hand at moderate prices. Give us a cat 50yl business directory. Special for this week Only too jackets like above Cut Worth for $2.50. Formerly the a a Gilvry Jacob Foehl son proprietors. Stir table second to mrs. Florence Kelly chief inspector the Illinois Board factory inspectors gave a thorough official account the sweat shop evil in Chicago based her own observations. Among the horrible facts that she related was the following most men do not know the conditions under which their clothing is made. In one Case last Winter 1 saw Coats being made for a Large firm in Chicago in a House where diphtheria was raging in its most virulent form. I saw a baby with Scarlet fever lying its mothers knee wrapped in the silk lining a coat. Another a child with measles was covered Over with some cloaks in process manufacture. Physicians dislike to report these cases out sympathy for the poor wretches whose work would thus be taken away. Besides this one reputable physical said that he was tired reporting these cases As usually nothing was done about woman column. Mar i age permits. Free bus to and from All barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Hio. A 36-1 y Joseph f. Fox lace Over gents Chi a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at lace Day night. Of lace hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. M. May 25-Ly. H. H. Porter attorney at Law second assignment jury cases. A wednesday. Sept. 27,1893. No. 53. Thomas c. Bell is. Anna Curry and James Bell. Thursday sept. 28. No. 55. J. Alida Helmreich is. Geo. E. Helmreich. No. 58. Chas. W. Walker is. The Brock Hui Coal co. Friday sept. 29. No. 60. Simon j. Beck is. Joseph junkiu8 it. Al. No. 69. Harriet Abbot is. H. A. Hann. Saturday sept. 30. No. 64. Sarah m. Ferguson is. Ross a. Mccullough. Monday oct. 2. No. 61. E. Hoopengarner is. John s. Boiler. No. 81. Zebulon p. Sparks is. Tons. F. Williams. Tuesday oct. 3. No. 82. Zebulon p. Sparks is. We. Christ. No. 95. Christian Gerber is. John a. Wagner. Wednesday oct. 4. No. 101. Fred Glauser is. Gerber. No. 106. Will Wilgus is. M. Wil Gus. No. 119. Peter j. Beaber is. Peter Brown. Thursday oct. 5. Fred Bernhard is. Ger we. and Ida m. Steiner. Edward Mckinsey and Laura Shafer. We. A. Wallies and Carrie Senhauser. Harry c. Ellis and Sadie Bingham. Charles w. Scott and Ella Green. John h. Carr and Emma Taylor. A. D. Clutz and Elizabeth Wherley. Harvey Barnhill and Kate Miskimin. Arthur l. Scott and Maggie . George Smith and Orleata Cook. Jasper Peoples and a Little. Some the advantages the most desirable route. Of the railways entering at the worlds fair City none have better demonstrated ample ability and facilities for handling Large crowds expeditiously safely and comfortably than the Pennsylvania lines. This system railways has two principal arteries running to Chicago which Are tapped by laterals reaching All Over Western Pennsylvania. Ohio and Indiana. The main lines stretch in direct routes from Pittsburg. Columbus Cincinnati Louisville and the intermediate territory touching at All the principal cities and towns from which throw a trains run without change to the very Gates the worlds fair. During the past year the tracks this system have undergone extensive improvements the train service has been augmented and the policy the Pennsylvania to promptly adopt every plan device conducting to the welfare its patrons is conspicuous in these improvements. In addition to being the most direct route to Chicago from the territory traversed by them these lines offer among other things the following vantages for a delightful trip to to the worlds fair More through Dally trains to Chicago from this locality run Over the Pennsylvania lines than any other railway. The equipment includes Pullman Vestibule dining and sleeping cars and clean and comfortable Modem coaches embodying every Comfort for a pleasant trip. The Only Rock ballasted roadbed from this Vicinity Chicago is the that there is no annoyance from dust and the solidity the tracks comfortable cars and enjoyable scenes through which the trains pass add to the delights a ride Over it. Passengers have the privilege leaving through trains at South Chicago grand crossing Englewood. These Are practically worlds fair stations As they Are almost within the Shadow the Gates to the grounds which can be easily reached by a ride a few blocks in Street cars. They Are also in the the midst the hotel and boarding House District adjacent to the worlds fair so that passengers who May have engaged accommodations near the grounds can easily reach them and have their baggage transferred with the least delay and discomfort As baggage will he checked from and to South Chicago grand crossing and Englewood. The main station the Pennsylvania lines in Chicago is the Chicago Union passenger station canal Street Between Adams and Madison streets in the midst the business portion and near to the principal hotels and passengers May go with their baggage to that station if they do not desire to leave trains at South Chicago grand crossing Englewood. Under the present schedule through Talos run As follows Over the Quot fort Wayne route a la canal Dover a South Chicago. 1 arg 1 cry Sig a engl Wood. Aroh Lago 6 15 a m 2 10 p m 8 52 p m 5 46 a m 8 59 p 5 54 a 9 05 pm 6 00 am 9 30 p 6 25 a 120. Chas. Clark is. George Gil no Ber. No. 124. More. Friday oct. 6. No. 128. Ohio is. Harry Edwards no. 135. Arnold amp Meredith is. John s. English. To prevent car sickness headache and to give restful sleep so difficult to obtain while travelling . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer has no equal. Taken at bed time it quiets the tired nerves insuring Sweet sleep. $1 d. F. Gentsch. Fryers Valley. Township trustees were the Valley looking after some roads. Philip Lenheart and wife left last week for the w. F. Luther Everett is attending College at Wooster Frank Kiser is attending the Morav Ion be Linary at Bethlehem a. John Wenger has returned to the Seminary at Bethlehem a. Fred myer John Hauper tand Simon Meese have gone to the w. F. De Wenger is Home from Virginia. Or. Hughly and daughter Washington d. Care visit no 8ol Everett. Mrs. John w. Kinsey mrs. Samuel myer and Carrie Bigler new Philadelphia were visiting Here last sunday. Rudolph Dappen Kansas is visit ing Here. Amelia Dappen Lorain county is visiting Here. About ten boys and girls Are attending Gnadenhutten High school. Mary Kuhn Cleveland is at Home. The Gnadenhutten Canning co., 20 Eta. Per Bushel for tomatoes Farmers kicking. at All the stations mentioned will be found courteous employees who will cheerfully furnish any desired information and direct passengers to certain streets avenues upon which their hotel hoarding House May be located. Visitors will and special information bureaus these lines the exposition grounds one being located Midway plans Ance in the Adams express company a build ing and another in the Pennsylvania Railroad company a individual exhibit building near the 64th Street Entrance. Time cards maps and any information pertaining to trains can he obtained there. The City ticket office the Pennsylvania lines is located at no. 248 South Clark Street Corner Jackson and at this office As Well As at the Union passenger station canal Street Between Adams and Madison streets time cards and information can he obtained and sleeping car accommodations secured. Or. H. R. Dering. Assistant Genera passenger agent will he found at no. 248 South Clark Street and an application addressed to him will be promptly responded to by that gentleman one Bis representatives to Aid passengers in arranging details a trip. Rates Over the Pennsylvania lines for the worlds fair have been reasonable since its inauguration the regular round trip rate to Chicago Good returning thirty Days is 124.30 from . 3do-vwr. Some Days before the opening the fair a round trip rate s14 75 was made from this Point. This rate is for tickets Good going any time before october 31. And Good returning until nov. 5th. Another special rate account the world s fair is in effect and has a ten Day return limit. It is 113.50 from expo Raar. Besides the above there is a special excursion rate Tlo. round trip from . Do Var for the special coach excursions run periodically and which Are duly advertised. This is also a ten Day limit rate. It will be seen that the concessions in fare have been arranged to suit ail tastes and requirements the privileges enjoyed being employed As a basis upon which to make the reductions and considering the Superior service and advantages offered the reductions have been Liberal. Information the subject can be obtained from any Pennsylvania line ticket agent by addressing f. Van Dusen chief assistant general passenger Pittsburg. A. You will save Money by purchasing your cloaks at our store this season. Special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w. High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D. Richards. Or. M. S. Vail dentist if face in City Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Hendershot. A a a . So Crisa a �3it. Orvick 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 j r. P. In Sigrist East her Street. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to to a. M. Office hours j 2 to 4 p. M. 7 to 8 p. M. Sundays 9 to to a. M. The Hawley House. Cleveland Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a Tel 2.00 p e r a y. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and Aii Modem improvements. 31yl reihe Ohio Farmers insurance a company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other agents. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. K. Hendershot adjuster. Joseph Welty Surveyor and civil you will find at Ouk store latest style largest assortment and lowest prices. Business promptly new Engineer. Attended to. 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 dealer m. S. Maple in Iii produce All kinds. We handle nothing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. Is give us a Call a 91 k West front Street new philos. A 1. A near planing Mill. 35-Ly artist in am Spring Bros. Mitchener Block new Philadelphia Printing a specially. At this office. A a reasonable rates

Search All Newspapers in New Philadelphia, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the New Philadelphia Times Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The New Philadelphia Times?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection