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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 28, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio New Yore worm Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $1.65. Olphia volume Philadelphia o., thursday sept. 28, 1893. Number 40. . Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. 49thk new Philadelphia Timbo will be Gobi lined every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year. In Advance.�?�1.00 if not paid within three m0 8 l.�0 40vremittances should be sent by draft. Registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 4��?oaddress 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. Dem a tic Sena Tori a l ticket. For state senator 18th and 19th joint senatorial districts John a. Buchanan. County ticket. For representative David a. Lam Bright for probate judge Jasper ii. Mitchell. For treasurer Jacob Hawk. For clerk court James f. Milar. For sheriff Basil d. Downey for prosecuting attorney Joseppi t. Mccullough. For recorder Hugh t. Minnis. For commissioner Adam Miller. For Surveyor Fred re a . For infirmary directors full terms George Crater Short a a a Geo. Arthur. Flaking powder sol rely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Loyal baking powder co. 106 Wall St., n y. The committee foreign affairs have prepared a Bill the chinese exclusion question which provides for an Extension six months for registration. The Hill will he passed at an Early Day. That will Settle the complication that was Likely to Ead to trouble Between the two governments. Business directory . Vail. Dentist. Of face la Fly Block Fribley s hardware Joseph Welty v in Purav a Anri Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi. Ohio August h. 1890. 33yl x h. Booth v a a a a attorn by at Law notary Public Aud conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl . Byron c. Hender3hot. A a a sicia1t an.3. Sxruae31t. Orvice and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y what do the republicans who claimed that the present business depression was All due to the distrust in the democratic party and the Tariff agitation think the following opinion a in a paper in the North american review for september . Carnegie maintained that these continued purchases Silver with the governments holding Gold decreasing As a consequence was the sole cause the what have our contemporaries got to say this the Tucker Hill to repeal the Federal election Law will he tossed upon the Waves parliamentary tactics for some weeks to come before it will come to a vote but pass it will. The Federal Law provided for placing troops at the polls at All concessional Federal elections. This Law became obnoxious through the unwarranted use the Power purported to be delegated. It became notorious through the John i. Davenport practices. It should be repealed by All Means and the Power to control elections left with the states. Personal and general. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. The ways and Means committee will have the new Tariff Bill prepared ready to report within a month. That is a very proper thing to do to get it before the people As Early As possible. Let them discuss it. The democratic party is pledged to Tariff Reform and the sooner it is done the better it will he for the business interests the country. The depression which was thrust upon the country by the political Jug Lery the Republican party and its press is passing rapidly away even while anew Tariff Hill is being framed. That is All the evidence an honest Democrat needs to convince him that the Tariff agitation had nothing to do with it. The Democrat that would go Hack his ticket in Ohio this fall account the slanders the Republican party is not worthy the name Democrat. Now is the time to be aggressive. Ellis architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl Joseph f. Fox office Orer Gentsch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. May 25-Ly. H. H. Porter attorney at Law spa Cal attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w. High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D. Richards. J r. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio 8 to 10 a. In. Office hours 2to4p.m. .7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. It remains for the people Ohio to give the finale to the idea a Protection for protections the defeat William Mckinley will be thorough in its effect. Protection will be dead. Voters Ohio there rests you an important duty. See to it that you discharge it with courage and truth. Willham Mckinley Defeated the doom the doctrine which he is cheif exponent will sound. Subsidies and bounties for the Rich. Lower wages and More hours labor for the poor. That was the policy Harrison a administration. He who labors naturally belongs to to the Democrat party. A working Man m the Republican organization is an anomaly a naked contradiction. He allies himself with a party which has not a sympathy with his honest toil except it has its Root in selfishness for the privileged class. Hunt up your overcoats. John h. Kinsey leads in dry goods. George Reeves Niles was in town last week. Jack Frost made his first visit the season monday night. Wasny to that a glorious rain saturday morning ? mrs. John Burry and family the Forest City Are visiting Here. Fall and Winter everybody wears clothing Call and see de. , and get your Choice 2400 pieces. By consent his a w. Patterson aged 16, was wedded to Sylvia Crabtree last week. Adam Zeeb purchased the grocery Stock f. B. Yeagley and took Possession the same monday. Molasses used in cooking should be previously boiled and skimmed. This removes the raw taste. Sam Dawson had a a Dilly Bose arrested at canal Dover Friday a charge assault with intent to wound. The White an egg with a Little water Aud sugar is Good for children with irritable stomachs. We. Evans wife and family removed from Cleveland to this City last week. Welcome. We. T. Mathews an artist renown Washington d. C., is visiting relatives Here. Mrs. Josenh Moore sept Gegarian died typhoid Feyer Goshen Hill saturday. Interment was held monday. For Sale Good meat Market and fixtures Good Trade Good town a bargain for anyone Good reason for Selling. Address the times office. Of if Ink is spattered Woodwork it May be taken out by scouring with Sand and water and a Little ammonia then rinse with soda water. A new soft paint Brush is a Good thing to dust carved furniture with As the bristles will penetrate the deepest crevices. Stop wasting your Money tobacco and opium. Brace up be a Man Bill s Chloride Gold tablets will cure you. All leading druggists sell them. A Little kerosene Oil rubbed briskly the spots dark clothing will brighten the garments remove the spots almost like magic. The kerosene will evaporate quickly and leave no stain. Heart trouble stomach disorders nervousness results from the use tobacco and opium. Hills Chloride Gold tablets Are positive cures All druggists sell them. Enclose stamp for reply to mrs. Lena Cooper 1534 Lorain St., Cleveland o., to learn How her life was saved by . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer the great cure for nervous diseases. Warranted by d. F. Gentsch Hills Chloride 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 them write to the Ohio chemical co., Lima Ohio. Our genial and whole souled Friend Albert Kail Uhrichsville gave his friends a pleasant Call in this City monday. Albert holds a lucrative position the Street car line at that place and is held in High esteem by All who know him. Success to him. Kate Russell returned last week from a visit to Uhrichsville friends. You can save Money by buying carpets and lace curtains at John h. Kinsey a. 2w Landes Cogan Cleveland is the guest his Cousin we. Bower and wife this City. Or. And mrs. Henry Dahmer Beaverdam Valley left tuesday for the worlds fair. Or. Daniel Wyss and prof. We. E. Beck returned from the worlds fair Friday. Married the 20th, by a c. Fern sell j. P., Martin h. Rearick Stras Burg and Mies Jennie e. Smith Newport. The democratic executive committee held a meeting in canal Dover saturday last to transact important business. Editor Creel the Uhrichsville Avalanche called at our Sanctum saturday. Brother Creel is haying a profitable Trade. James Linn James Kaldenbaugh Jeese Elliott w. Irvine the Ohio Democrat Julius Dittmar and his father in Law Jacob Heinz Wellsville left saturday for the worlds fair. Miss Elizabeth love 2nd trimmer for Porter amp Donaldson wholesale Milin ers at Pittsburgh pa., has accepted a position in the millinery establishment Mattie Meanor this City. Mrs. H. Frye Massillon made this office a pleasant Call and visited Many friends also last week. She is a very pleasant lady and a Liberal Patron the newspaper. If you Limaye not wire screens for the windows but use netting the Black looks Best at least most like the wire. Tack it outside leaving room for the window to slide up and Down. To polish brass Stair rods rub them with a soft cloth that has been dipped in water and then in finely sifted Coal ashes. After they have been Well rubbed in this Way polish with a dry flannel Woolen rag until they Shine brightly and every particle the ashes has disappeared. Or. John t. Maurer Black band this county was appointed last week postmaster at that place vice Jacob j. Foehl who resigned to move to new Philadelphia. George j. Markley Mineral Point was appointed postmaster vice. D. Skeels a Republican. At Mineral there was a live Competition for the office and consequently ther6 be some vigorous kicking. Al. Sheeler wife and daughter Mancie ind., Are visiting relatives in canal Dover. Or. S., holds a lucrative position in the Iron Mills at that place. While there he has taken charge Scott a curiosity collections in the reporter office and is replacing them in an elegant new resolving show Case. Sheeler was formerly the Foreman the reporter office. Marriage permits. Stamp new Philadelphia Iron amp steel Mill. Work resumed after a shut Down six weeks extensive improvements. Anew Philadelphia o., sept. 14.�? after nearly a six weeks shut Down the new Philadelphia Iron and steel company a works have resumed operations starting up with 200 men. When running full blast there Are employed in the Mill nearly 500 men. During the shut Down the company has made improvements costing nearly $25,000. They Bave recently put in a 250-horse Power Pierpont boiler manufactured by the Pierpont company Pittsburgh. Several new upright boilers have been put in manufactured by Reeves bros., Niles o., and Aliance The furnaces have been thoroughly remodeler and a Large Gas heating Furnace having a capacity 70 tons Iron per Day was lately put in. A new Sheet Mill has been erected with a steel roof the same covering a space 70x120 feet which makes six Sheet Mills now in the works. There is also a new Brick Ware House 80x100 feet. Another new building 80x250 feet has just been completed the annealing department and a Morgan electric travelling a Ane 60 feet Span and 10 tons capacity will traverse the length this building. The entire Mill has been lately equipped throughout with Large pack cutting squaring chronicle Telegraph Pittsburgh a. A grand Success remember the cheapest place to buy Wall paper is at Burnside s Bazaar. 41 the times and Farmers Friend $1. Per year. Mrs. Georgia Jones returned to her Home in St. Louis Friday after a pleasant visit with her Mother mrs. E. A. Smith this place. Or. And mrs. John Glauser left tuesday for the worlds fair where they will sojourn for ten Days. Or. Glauser is a skilled Mechanic and his better half is a Yery Clever lady. Unclaimed letters. Phillip Tuffin miss Zadie Spring miss Mary Zumbrunnen mrs. Daniel k. Jones miss Laura Kyser u. L. Hill miss Jennie Scott . Cleford Dysart mrs. Anna Boyd Joseph Angel. Daniel Wyss p. Or. Wheeler a a nerve Vitalizer was originated by a specialist in treatment All nerve diseases. His advice and treatment free charge to users this great nerve cure. For More information $1 bottles Call f. H. Gentsch druggist new Philadelphia A a a a grand opening display for a the Side piece flannel pain Balm and lame Back for a pain in Chest try saturating a with chamber lain a binding it onto the affected parts. This treatment will cure any Ordinary Case in one two Days. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. A Miller amp son druggists. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. Rate�?$2.00 per a y. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl the Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other agents. J. R. Kurts agent. I. R. Hendershot adj Stor. Broadway hotel formerly the a Gilby hous a Jacob Foehl amp son proprietors. A a table second to free bus to and from All barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St new Philadelphia Ohio. 36-lf for More than Twenty years gov. Mckinley struggled to convince the people that the foreign manufacturer paid the Tariff the goods be imported. He continued to assert this proposition until he become a laughing Stock not Only to those who differed with him his Tariff ideas but to every intelligent Man in his own party. After a Twenty years struggle he gets off his Perch and makes acknowledgement that during All those years he was Blind. He is now Able to see that the consumer pays the tax. How Long will it be until lie recognizes another More Patent fact than the one he now concedes and that is that his whole theory As to operation Tariff Laws is false there is but Little Hope that he will Ever reach that stage. It will take a stronger Light than that which struck aul Tarsus when the Road to Damascus to open the eyes gov. Mckinley the effect impost taxation. The truth is the governor wants to be Blind. He is willingly so and seems to be Happy in his darkness. In close quarters. Rio Janerio in Brazil seems to be a right in it just now the hot weather just beginning in that country a yellow fever Scourge prevailing in the City and a hot rebellion in Progress hot shells pouring into the City from the fleets in the Harbor commanded by the rebel forces is enough to make the a Rio Janeria think that a a hades is near at hand. It is bad indeed that a Republic should die so Young. It is less than two years old. The candidates for office both parties were Busy As bees trying to make fast f friends during the Dover fair. It is Well to remember for use in Case illness where the burning thirst the patient cannot be assuaged by cracked ice and water that a Teaspoon full Glycerine will afford prompt Aud comparatively Long Relief. 26 worlds fair. 26 sept. �?o26�?� the c. L. Amp w. By. Will run another one their popular Chicago worlds fair excursions. Tickets will be sold at the usual Low rates. For full particulars Call j. W. Mccombs agent. To elect a Captain. By order colonel a. L. Hamilton commanding 17th inft., N. G., the members company a a Al will assent ble in their armory londay october 2nd, 1893, at 8 p. M., Standard time for the purpose electing a Captain vice f. Irvine resigned and to fill such other offices As May become vacant. A. Banker 1st lieutenant commanding co. Do you want to build a House if so take Stock in the Ohio National building amp loan co., and get your Money to build with. Done to fail to Call 8. Moore Secretary at the times office and get information the subject sept. 23d in Day coaches Only Good in ten Days from Date Sale. One fare for the round trip. A hard bump. While Henry Congleton was trying to pull Down a tree at the Brink the Beaverdam with a team attached to a rope and Pulley received an injury thursday afternoon last. While Henry was holding the rope that the team was pulling it broke throwing him with terrible Force head foremast against the embankment causing him to become unconscious and otherwise injuring him. He was taken Home Aud a physician summoned and necessary treatment Given now he is enabled to attend to his duties. Motorman stalling. Those who have had occasion to ride the Street car conducted by . J. W. Stalling agree with a that he is Well suited for the honorable position. Or. Stalling is very courteous 8nd gentlemanly especially is he to ladies and children thereby he has won the respect the entire Community As a Motorman. Everybody Speaks in glowing terms stalling As he is the most cautious Motorman the line and the Tuscarawas electric transit co., Are to be congratulated haying secured his valuable services. We. Patterson and Sylvia Crabtree. James Davy and Olive Geisinger. Henry s. Guthrie and Emma k. Veaslie. Martin h. Rearick and Jennie e. Smythe. Louis Beitzel and Lucy Kuhn. F. D. Mulvane and Bertha e. Shaw. Walters and May Harper. F. D. Green and Almeda Packer. Chas. Miller and Laura Fickes. Frank Angler and Alice Uhr Ichman. Perry Albaugh and Frances Scott. Heylmann and Mary Gengnagel. Found dead an inquest held. News reached us Here last wednesday when Coroner Downey was notified a supposed murdered Man at Valley Junction. Upon moves tight we learn that a Man was found under a caboose the c. Amp m. Railroad track by the Hostler while getting in readiness for the trainmen to make up a train about 5 a. His clothes revealed the name w. W. Stambaugh who it is thought had fallen from tue train during tuesday night and was almost Cut in two at the breast. He was 5 it. 6 inches tall Short red hair and Small Sandy moustache. A Gold watch Aud $1.35 cents was found his person and today they Are in the coroners care. The unfortunate Man had formerly been in the employ the w. Amp l. Railway company up to May last but since that time his whereabouts Are unknown. The citizens that Community suspected foul play and later in the Day they arrested a tramp with a Large amount Money something unusual who could not give a satisfactory account himself. But As the watch and Money had been found the dead Many a person no such a thing As murder could have taken place. Or. Downey thinks death was accidental from a fall off the train. A Worth Trishman. Our Jolly old Friend James Kelly new Cumberland made us several pleasant Calls last week. He is a Mem Ber the Petit jury and was in attendance at court. He is a staunch Democrat and never flinches from duty. Or. Kelly volunteered in defense the Union at Maysville ky., in the 11th regiment ky., cavalry in 1862 was in the Battle at Pittsburgh Landing april 6th and 7th, 1862 was at the siege Vicksburg and was actively engaged in the Battle Stone River a at which Point he received a lasting reminder that memorable Battle. His Reg. 11th ky., Union cavalry charged the 1st Kentucky rebel cavalry emptying their carbines and revolvers first by firing into the enemy then with a Sabre in a hand to hand conflict. He received a Sabre Cut across the inner part the Elbow severing the Muscles and crushing the Bones. His Comrade Benjamm Estep who was by his sur shot his antagonist dead and he fell at the horses feet. Or. K., being disabled was ordered to the rear. He went to Somerset ky., and bad his Arm dressed. About two months later when his regiment came along he joined it and went with them to it Sterling by. From there he retired from service. His Arm is almost powerless and has Little use it. He manages to make a living however and is As Jolly As any irishman can be. Was the Tuscarawas county fair. The Dover fair last week was highly favored so far As Good weather was concerned. The attendance thursday was fully equal to any one for the past 10 years. Friday there was a fair attendance. The exhibits in Stock were Good the poultry were excellent. The Hall were not so Well filled As in former years. The racing was quite interesting. We noticed . Simon Hisrich occupied his same Corner in horticultural Hall with a Nice display grapes and other fruits. Others had Nice exhibits but we were not acquainted with them. Spring Brothers .r City had a Nice display cloaks wraps and dress goods. member a wholesale firm Cleveland had charge the Booth. Mrs. Daniel Wyss occupied Ber usual place with a Nice assortment jellies canned fruits Etc. We cannot account for the failure to make a display in the agricultural implement and machinery line. Every Branch the fair should be kept up. It is a great place for social enjoyment and we Are glad to know that this one was a Success. Its a Daisy a the new Bridge. The new Road and Bridge Between Dover and new Philadelphia were open to travel in time for the fair and Many embraced the Opportunity to drive it. The Bridge is an excellent one. Or. Milner Dover can Point to that Bridge from his door and truly say that it is a Monument to his untiring Effort and services in securing the new Inlet to the town As Well As a great convenience to the general Public. But Lew men would have persevered As he did. Others helped but he did the greater work. The commissioners have secured to the Public a very durable Bridge at a very reasonable Price. The extensive growth the two towns and the increase in travel made it highly necessary to build this Bridge which is a Success. Assaulted saturday night about half past ten clock As Michael Siebold and his brother were wending their Way Home to Blakes Mills they were cruelly assaulted at the c. L. Amp w. Railroad crossing. The sneaking curs used Large boulders in committing their vicious act. Both . Siebold and his brother were badly used up. Two men Are accused committing the assault and their arrest will no doubt follow. Won the championship. For the championship Tuscarawas county the Somerdale team and the Browning team Dennison in a game base Ball saturday afternoon last resulted in the defeat the Browning team. After playing 8 innings the score stood 12 to 2, in favor the some Dales. It was an exciting game throughout and witnessed by a Large crowd spectators. Settled for 82,500. The $10,000 damage suit in common pleas court wherein we. D. Mckee is. Jas. A. Hind mad for alienating his wife a affections had obtained a judgment for $6,500 in january a term court was compromised last thursday. Maybel Kelly Hindman a sister settled the Case by paying $2,500 and the costs which amounted to $243. Hindman a whereabouts Are unknown. Buth parties Are residents new Cumberland. We give below the report the m. E conference appointments for the new Philadelphia District r. Fresh water presiding elder Adamsville t. N. Wood Bethel to be supplied Bowerston j. W. Stephens Cadiz j. R. Keyes Centenary c. Kirk Coshocton r. B. Pope Deersville j. B. Hoi Lings head Dennison t. H. Taylor Flushing j. W. Satterthwaite free porch. Edwards Gnadenhutten i. Paugh Jewett John Beetham Kim Bolten w. D. Ewing Leesville Harlan Appleton miners Lille h. H. Westwood Mineral Point e. A. Williams new Athens s. Collier new Philadelphia Plains T. Humble Piedmont j. Martin Plainfield to be supplied Scio j. Secrest Sonora to be supplied Urich Ille t. W. Lane West Lafayette s. F. paragraph. Reports say that Cadiz is to be blessed with the addition two More newspapers. Meers. Sherman Foutz Bowerstown and a. N. Mccombs Stock township have bought the office the Bowerstown Leader and will Moye it to Cadiz and publish it As the Harrison Democrat. A. B. Lacy who had a half interest in the Flushing advertiser has bought a half interest in the Flambeau and with Jasper Rogers the proprietor the Flambeau will Issue a Republican paper. We anticipate Lively times in the journalistic Field in Cadiz when the four papers Areall going. There might be a Small opening for a prohibition press. Tuscarawas county can discount Harison twice the number newspapers. It is a free Field in the newspaper business and no Protection about it. We wish every publisher Prosperity although it hurts some mightily to have a new paper born in his Bailiwick. Port Washington. Of pattern hats and bonnets n married sept. 21, by Rev j. B. Rust Louis a. Weitzler and Lucinda a. Kuhn both Stone Creek Misses Mattie Shroyer and Emma Dorsey Are visiting friends in Massillon and Canton. If you want to buy a pretty vase lamp hanging lamp go to Burnside a Bazaar. 41 miss Jessie Buchanan has been employed by mrs. Ada Russell to Cater to the wants the ladies in her millinery store. Miss Buchanan is a very pleasant lady and a capable clerk As Well As a trimmer. Grocery change having purchased the Stock groceries f. A Yeagley at the Miller Corner i respectfully solicit a share the Public a patronage. You will find with us a full and Complete line groceries and provisions. John a. Zeeb. Miss Josie Reiss a Young married lady aged 23 years and Niece mrs. Jacob Miller and the Schoch bros., this City died Friday typhoid fever at at casual Dover. She leaves a babe a a Hding those swell White hats which Are wednesday thursday and Friday oct. 4,5 and 6. Our miss Mae Everett Lias returned from new York and we will be glad to Welcome All our old friends and Many new ones in our first full display at which time we will show All the very latest parisian creations three weeks old and a husband to Battle with the world alone. It is sad that one so Young and amiable should be carried to her grave. New cases in common pleas court. Black and so popular in the East now. A visit to our Parlours the above Days will convince you that we Are Able to Cater to your every want in our line at the lowest possible prices. Jennie Bailey is Emzi Cogan damage suit for slander. Geo. Johnson is James a. Thompson judgment co Novit. Chas. W. Maurer is Augusta his wife divorce the grounds adultery. Jacob Truman is John Truman partition real estate. Jacob c. Renner is Phoebe Renner recover title land. Nancy j. Hamly is Mary e. Fulton foreclosure mortgage. W. Hemminger is John Margo judgment for Money prayed for. Washington letter. From our re Jular correspondent. Miss Lulu Neidlinger canal Dover spent saturday and sunday with her sister miss Lillie Neidlinger this place. Or. Court Handwerk Leipzig Germany after visiting the worlds fair spent several Days with his Uncle e. Munkel. He left Friday for Washington d. C., where he will stay for a Short time before leaving this country for Europe. Harry Casteel went Home drunk one Day last week and nearly choked to death the wife Samuel Sheely a warrant is out and the officers Are after him. His father James is also wanted for carrying concealed weapons and making threats. James Benton August Lamneck John Kail and Virgil Stocker Are visiting the fair this week. They took saturdays excursion. Or. We. Riley has secured the position Lightman the signals the interlocking switches. Baltic. Ugh i big injun spook citizens Strasburg near Here Are becoming wild with excitement the antics a strange apparition the farm Martin Len heard. It is supposed to be ten feet tall More less with Large glaring eyes resembling electric Light. Upon its visits during Midnight when it enters the House it 6tands the clock upside Down and makes the hands move in to e wrong direction together with lighting the lamps and causing them to jump Topsy Turvey. Of they say it is a wonderful spectre. Makes a Rome howl a the dog and even had the audacity to run the cur All around the Diggins until he a a gaped for breath and was found lying the door step in the morning in a stupor. It is claimed that when the cellar was being dug for the House a huge Skeleton was unearthed and the supposition is was that an Indian carcass which had been buried there Many years ago. Our p. O. Inspector. Abraham r. Holmes our subject was born at Georgetown o., february 6th, 1841, graduated at Franklin College new Athens o., class �?T62, with High honors. Immediately afterwards he entered the service As member company g., 52d Ohio and thereby received an honorable discharge at the close the War. After the War was he entered the mercantile Busi Ness at Uhrichsville o., until 1877 when he was nominated and elected by a rousing majority for the office county auditor in which capacity he served two terms six years in All. Or. Holmes in 1885, was appointed Post office inspector and was assigned the Cincinnati division and at the end four months was transferred to the new England division until 1886. Of Ter which he was transferred and As signed As inspector in charge the Cincinnati division until 1889, and was relieved As inspector in charge and assigned to Field service until february 1892, when president Harrison changed the affairs. Lately . Holmes has been re appointed As Post office inspector and monday he entered upon the duties As such. He has been assigned to Field service the Cincinnati division. He is an honorable gentle Man a True official and will discharge Ais duties As such with credit to himself and the populace. Many friends wish him Success. Real estate transfers. $1,60 mens b Ine stylish lace Congress shoes our Price 1.50. Why not try a pair they Are strictly solid and have fully 2.50 Worth style about them besides 2.00 Worth Wear and All Tor 1.50. It is surprising How far a Little Money will go in shoes this season. E. R. Parmelee the shoe dealer wants your Trade. By not give him a trial 95 cents just came in another lot mensa tap sole Congress a durable and Good 95 cents. We warrant them against ripping. E. R. Parmelee 116, East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. Bea dam Valley Brick Yard cheap rates to Chicago. Worlds fair excursions via Pennsylvania lines sept. 23d. On account the i. O. O. F. Columb Ian 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. Tie 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 we took a drive the other Day with p. H. Read out Beaverdam Valley to his Coal lands. Pat has opened up in a very substantial Way an excellent mine Coal. It is clean and excellent Quality. In a few Days he will be ready to Market his Coal. He has quite a Bonanza in this Hill and it will be Many years before it can be exhausted. One important feature his mine is the thorough equipment. Allow us to Correct two mistakes in our last letter to the times. Or. R. Barton not . Mrs.,Nora Hoch Stetler Nee Snyder. Or. Fred Dresher Aud Nephew Oscar Bowen will spend this and next week at the worlds fair. Mies Savannah Wolfe is spending a two weeks vacation at her Home in this place. Or. Fred Maurer has returned from a Short visit to Cleveland. Victor Metzler resumed his studies at Oberlin last week. Or. F. Lower and miss Ethel Mcclain Orange o., called Baltic friends one Day last week. Several our people attended the Dover fair last week. Mrs. David Sheneman and son Marysville o., spent Friday and saturday with . Rinehart and family. Miss Mamie Shumacher Canton visited miso Lizzie Hoffman last week . Neal Rinehart has sold his interest in the livery barn to . Otto still Gen Baurer. Or. W. D. Troyer began school Mon Day. Or. Swope is enjoying a visit at his Dresden Home this week. School opened sept. 18th, with a Large attendance. The teachers Are a. Ii. Syler misses Cora Stephan and Lucy Madison. On monday morning . Samuel Hoobler was buried in the lutheran cemetery. Or. Hoobler was a brother mrs. John suits at whose Home he died. Or. Francis Hoobler Here is also a brother. He was a Soldier and for years lived at the Dayton soldiers Home but came Here a visit last Spring and was soon after taken sick and never recovered. The annual re Union the Berger family was held at . John bergers Home saturday sept. 16. we. Hemminger to Chas. Eber Hardt lot 75, new phila., i,200. Miliner to Abram Haines 6 1-10 acres Dover $1,200. W. Riggle to Laura Wilgus part lot 72, Newcomerstown $850. A. H. Wilson to r. N. Blunkett lot 9, Dennison $230. Nancy e. And i. N. Mealey to Abram Johnson lots 12 and 13, Dennison $1,025. Jas. Carr to n. Carr lot 11, Dennison $1,600. T. H. Loller to John Connor lots 10 and 11, Dennison $550. N. Carr to Elizabeth Carr lot 11, Dennison $1,600. Hattie and t. Wilson to w. Dickey lots 16 and 17, Dennison $1,200. W. Dickey to m. Medlar lot 16, Den Nison $612. W. Gatchel to e. Gowin 1-10 acre Uhrichsville $300. Hart to Elizabeth Schlupp lot 44, Newcomerstown $250. J. Graham to Lucinda Peoples lot 12, Newcomerstown $700. F. Brinkman to j. Brinkman 1-2 acre Sandy $50. A. Dayis to Mary Pike lot 101 a Mineral Point $725. Leuthold to a. Youngen part lot 13, Ragersville $150. And Callahan to a. Gatchel 2 a acres Goshen $392. to Susan Davidson part lot 8, new phila., $1,100. 8. Mowl to p. Mowl lot 3, it. Washington $775. John nagely it Al., to Emma English lot 8, Midvale $125. Simon Bair to a. Ward lot 11, Mechanicsburg $500. E. Helwig to Casper Schwitzer lot 42, Uhrichsville $100. Denmeade sex . T. H. Lolled lots 10 and 11, Dennison $475. Thos. Boyds heirs to Minerva a Ferguson 80 acres Perry $2,200. Shaffer to d. Mays part lot 105, Dover $438.64. Washington d. C., 8ept. 22,1893. The humiliation Tom Reed and Nis lieutenant Burrows Michigan when they Learned that the democrats the House proposed to put an effectual quietus upon Republican filibustering against reporting the Tucker Bill for the repeal All Laws authorizing the presence u. Officials at elections was a pleasing sight to democratic eyes. Because the democrats the House in the adoption regular rules had been extremely lenient towards the minority the republicans assumed that no Check would be put their fill bu8tering. They were Given a free rope for awhile because there was not a quorum democrats present but As soon As a quorum democrats was hand they were effectually squelched by an order reported from the committee rules and the Bill was reported to the House. This order was not the result any Assumption Power by a single individual As were the rulings Tom Reed when he was speaker it was authorized by a democratic caucus As such things always should be. The republicans Are to be allowed to name any reasonable length time during which the debate this Bill shall be carried but they Are not to be allowed to filibuster against a vote upon it after legitimate debate has been exhausted. The Public Tariff hearings were concluded this week and the democrats the House ways and Means committee Are now at work upon the new Bill. Although the number Days were fewer than were Given by some the other committees More time was Given by the committee than was Ever Given before for Public hearings. Chairman Wilson speaking the pre operation the new Tariff Bill said a the democratic members will work together. Some the schedules will be prepared by All the democrats together while others will be referred to subcommittees for preparation previous to being revised by the full demo cratic membership the committee. It is not possible to say when the Bill will be completed but it will require More time than Home those who have never had a Tariff Bill to prepare seem to think necessary. We might fix up a measure in very Short order but it is not that kind a Bill we want to present to the country. Legislation affecting so Many interests must be very carefully considered and its effect calculated before we can Hope to perfect a Bill which can stand the Many tests to which it will be subjected when enacted into a Law. Such a measure As this cannot be successfully hurried. We shall however lose no time and Hope to present it to the House at the earliest possible moment consistent with the important interests several times this week the Senate has aroused Public expectation by appearing to be the eve the final contest the Vorhees repeal Bill but the end is not yet. Senator Mills Texas made one the strongest speeches the week in favor repeal senator Vorhees made a characteristic explanation his position in answer to criticisms because he has not forced a vote calling the attention the country to the fact that it is sir Niy impossible to Force a Yote under the present rules the Senate rules have not been materially changed for More than eighty years and the Republican senators for and against the Bill had a regular Monkey and Parrot time among themselves. It is expected that the attempt to reach a vote by Means a cont Nous session the Senate will be made in a few Days the daily sittings have already been lengthened and if that fails the Bill will either have to be abandoned a Compromise reached by concessions both sides be adopted. President Cleveland is still confident that the Bill can be passed and for that reason declines to con Sider anything in the shape a Compromise. Claus Spreckels the sugar King was in Washington a few Days ago for the purpose getting his fingers in the hawaiian pie but be Cut Short his stay when he Learned that the whole matter was already settled so far As the administration is concerned and that president Cleveland is Only waiting for the Senate to dispose the Vorhees Bill before he sends in a special message Hawaii accompanied by . Blounts reports. In nominating William b. Horn Blower new York to succeed to the vacancy id the supreme court left by the death Justice Blatchford and j. J. Van Allen Rhode Island to be ambassador to Italy president Cleveland sprung a double Surprise the politicians. The fitness both gentlemen for the positions to which they have been nominated is conceded by All and there will be no trouble about their confirmation. New Philadelphia Ohio. John off Holder proper first class Brick and roofing tile always prices. Give us hand at moderate a Cal 50 Al m. Maple dealer in groceries provisions Anil produce All kinds. We handle nothing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. Go give us a call4bt 2 5 West front Street new Phil a. Near planing Mill. 35-Ly a specially. At this office. A a reason a ble rates. Typhoid Feyer seems to have obtained quite a foot hold in West Ulrichs Ville. About Twenty cases us reported in that locality. Two Yor three cases Are said to exist in Dennison paragraph. L. It pc if. R. R. Excursions. For Independent order Odd Fei loss 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 the Central Ohio District fair will be held at Newcomerstown oct. 3,4,5 and 6th. The purses Oil 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 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. On account the 80th re Union at Malvern o., the Pennsylvania Railroad co., will make one fare for the round trip to Malvern and return Good from the 3d to the 5th october inclusive. Re Union oct. 4th, 1893. Among the incidents childhood that stand out in hold 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 insults. For Sale by f. Miller amp son druggists. 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 the Pittsburg amp Lake Erie Railroad. A the for full particulars see there Jee Ivis Fitz says he can s2vxw. Lick you f0u new York sept. 21.�?a reporter met Boh Fitzsimmons last night and informed him corbetts declaration to take any Man in the world if Mitchell refuses to fight. The lanky australians face was covered with smiles and said gleefully a a in a corbetts Man. I will fight the Champion at the drop the hat for the purse offered by the Coney Island athletic club. This Bance i have Long waited for. Corbett signed the agreement monday to fight Windy Mitchell at Coney Island. Our great bargain for 60 Days Only. We will give the new York a world the Farmers Friend and the new Philadelphia times All one year for the sum $1.65. This surely is a snap for readers. The world is one the largest and Best newspapers in the u. 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

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