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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 2, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1.600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday August 2. 1894. Number 32. Democratic ticket. For auditor Edgar a. Walter Goshen township. For county commissioner Adam Stocker Salem township. For infirmary director George Crater. Dover township. For Coroner Joseph h. Hostetler Dover township. For Congress. James a. D. Richards. Ltd a a Tox Ial comment japanese fans and chinese firecrackers Are advancing in Price. All the Mills Over the country Are running but the Republican scribes howl a a hard times just the same that a their last Straw. Sheriff Dan Hogan Coshocton having died recently Henry Clark was appointed last week by the com missioners to fill the vacancy. It is said that at one time gov. Waite Colorado was an expert bicycle rider. Of late however lie walks and carries his wheel in his head. There Are men the democratic Side the Senate who seem unable to recognize any interest other than themselves their personal friends. They Are neither True democrats nor True statesmen. Local melange. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. How dear to my heart is the face a Dollar when some kind subscriber presents it to View the new one the old one the ragged and dirty Andes in the Gold Dollar which my infancy knew. Bring us your Job printing. Job printing at the times office. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker miss Maggie Russel Ulrichs Ville returned Home this week. Miss Julia Stock Well and Anna Welty Are visiting in Coshocton. Get your masons fruit jars for 50< a Doz at Lehman a 5 amp 10? store. 32-3 miss Lizzie Linn Steubenville is the guest her Brothers in this City. Bert Stockdale new Philadelphia. Is with friends press. Or. Baggs and wife entertained a few friends in Honor their Mother . Pratt. I the cheapest place for tinware and it dishes at Burnsides a Bazaar. 31-2 prof. Maurer and wife returned from their visit with friends at Wooster. G Newark wants the k. Of King Debs is now shorn his Power and his followers Are out jobs. The Railroad companies Are discharging every one their employees who claim a membership in the a. It. There is nothing so harassing to the average Republican editor nowadays As the starting up Mills All Over the country. They want them All to shut Down so they can Harp hard times caused by the demo socratic administration. From reports the chinese crack Navy built by English shipbuilders is rapidly being wiped out existence by the japanese. Their powerful ironclad Chen Yuen was blown up and three other their crack cruisers captured monday july 30. The Junction City Kas Sentinel has our William Down to a Fine Point when it says a a Mckinley and his Little Tariff Bill rendered valuable Aid in getting rid the surplus the Treasury. He is the governor Ohio and that state Lias not Money enough to buy postage Stamps and is much in debt. William is not a pick up a dog and make him prosperous and he will be grateful to you and not bite you. Its different with men sometimes. Help a Man to office put yourself out in order to Advance his political interests and often he will take the first Opportunity to do you wrong. Newspaper men have met him in every City town and Hamlet. F eni a moment bad. Hope it will go toy. That City. The Little two weeks old babe Norman Beans Midvale died july 27. Rev. John Toland Cleveland was visiting relatives in town tuesday. Mrs. Frank Stewart and Little son Pullman 111., Are the guests friends in this City. For a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m miss Jessie and Ollie Hillyer Bridgeport o., Are spending a week with mrs. J. Donahey. Misses Gertrude Spence and Wilma Walter have gone for a Short visit to friends in Mantua. It is reported that Blach Erysipelas is prevailing in the Vicinity Minerva. Its a sure death disease. Bert Amos and wife lamer Tine this state Are the guests his Mother East Avenue this City. I am Selling the Young Many a buggy. Better than Ever. John Myers new Philadelphia Ohio 15tf has moved his watch repairing Trade from Davis amp Urferd a store to Essen shied a new Elev store. Or. Clark and wife Lees Ville Are the guests mrs. Clarks Mother mrs. Waddington East Avenue. / matches 12 cents per dozen boxes at the new York Large boxes. A y mrs. Ada Russell left for Oil City pa., her former Home yesterday to visit relatives. She will also visit friends at Butler pa., and Warren Ohio and will be gone a month. One night last week burglars broke into the store Alex Oliver at Pike run and carried off about $30. Worth goods. He has a clue that will doubtless Lead to the arrest the guilty party. The ladies Aid society the disciple Church this City will give a Lawn fete and ice Cream festival at the residence mrs. Anna wins Pear Franklin Square saturday evening this week. All Are invited. Come master Philip c. Hunter Steubenville is visiting his grandpa w. Brown this City. He is but 11 years old writes a column for the paper sets the Type and corrects it himself. He is a very Bright boy and the son editor Hunter the Gazette. The u. V. Us and the g. A. Of this City will attend worship in a body at the disciple Church sunday morning next. Rev. E. J. Hart an old Soldier and pastor the Church will preach to his comrades the subject a a Christ a kingdom established 4, f 1-quart fruit cans Only 50 dozen at Burnside a Bazaar. Louis Fritz an aged Soldier living about three Miles beyond canal Dover fell from a ladder monday breaking three ribs the left and two the right Side. His injuries Are quite severe for an old Man to endure. We Hope he May recover. Or. Lewis canal Dover adjusted the fracture. A Daisy wreck Conger the Akron Beacon is still pouring in hot shot at Mckin Ley ism and making it very uncomfortable for the great protectionist. Recent developments have opened the eyes the people to the destructive methods for which High Protection is responsible and any attempt to gag the wily colonel into silence would cause an uprising which would mean an utter disruption the g. O. P. In that part the state. Conger is going to Tell the truth and those who Are the Way let them stand from under when his heavy Hammer blows fall. During the past week there seems to be some show increase in business circles and yet we fear that it is Only the moving the glut that was occasioned by the two great strikes. The non action Congress the Tariff question has also held in Check the Many interests which might have become Active under other circumstances. During the week $6,300,000 in Gold have been exported and wheat has reached the lowest notch in history�?65 cents. The manufacturers Are feeling along like a Man in the dark afraid to take Peri 31-2 f see the summer suiting at David Maurera a w. Hight St. 18-3m we have been informed that the appointment postmaster at Uhrichsville has at last been made. There were several applicants Joseph Morehead George Creel . Cappels . Linberger and Frank Wilkins. It seems that Wilkins had the a a pull and got the appointment. We sympathize with those who thought they were so near and yet so far from the coveted prize. The echoes will be heard later. New styles elegantly finished and fully warranted buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf our old new Philadelphia Ohio friends Robert Korns and wife after 20-Odd years labor in Dickinson county now have a Avell improved Home a Short distance West Abilene . Korns was one the bravest boys the fifty first V. V. I., and marched with Sherman to the sea and thence to Washington and like a True Soldier still Sticks to the Kansas a Racket store Ozette. 91 o / / Why done to you buy goods at Burn misses Vena Veasy Pittsburgh Gides where you can save Money. 2 Ittie Sparks and Jennie Merrick Kittie Leesville o., Are guests miss m. Morgan. Fire bugs Are getting in their work at Tuscarawas As quite a number incendiary fires have been started in that Burg late. Chico the Gorilla with Barnum a circus died suddenly at Dayton just after the nights performances thursday night last. The Pittsburgh Post contains 64 columns news every Day and Sells it for one cent. Compare it with any other paper published. De. Greenawald Boston is visiting his Mother in Law mrs. D. L. Gudgeon Broadway. His wife has been Here several Days. Miss Metta Cooper Alleghany is visiting friends in this City the guest her parents Rev. E. J. And mrs. Hart West fair Street. We advise you to Send for catalogue Franklin College new Athens Ohio. No College in this Section has a better record lower Rato f when you want matches go to the new York Racket store and a dozen Large boxes for 12<. Efforts Are being made Captain Mcclure Wooster to be hand to address the a boys in blues at their coming picnic at springers Park aug. 16. The 98th Ohio Volunteer infantry will hold its reunion at Uhrichsville thursday August 17th. All the old secure 31-2 to have hold any thing. Wool is Low and they Are afraid it at that much i k0y8 Are going to be there and a Jolly has been bought up by speculators g00d time is expected. You will find that Burnside a Quot is hoping that the Tariff Bill May fail to pass and thus run up the Price. The Iron industries Many them Are merely kept alive and some no running. We Hope for a general re sume in All branches in the near future. If our congressmen Only do As True democrats should do we will soon have better times. Place in the country Call and see. 81-2/ to at the most dangerous element in the american system government is the class who make a business making War Between capital and labor. There is Little to be feared from anarchy the Herr most and Alt Geld Type because the Liberty Loving and Law abiding americans will not tolerate them. There Are two Clas Jents. Ses wealth in the country. The one that employees labor and the one that does not. Everyone is familiar with the Money Sharks the country who Are piling and hording Nve Alth by shaving notes foreclosing mortgages and giving employment it Only to the heartless sheriff and lawyers. He May be a millionaire but his Roll is but a few Hundred a year. Contrast this with a millionaire although not wholly an Angel who pays millions for wages and and who is doing his part to keep the labor the country employed. Which is the real greater enemy a labor it would seem that the agitators who will do the Labouring a element the greatest kindness will Start an organization with a purpose a encouraging capital to engage in industries so that there would be steady employment for All working men every labourer in fact every american citizen could belong to such an organization and help the labor cause without endangering the loss a Job by the dictation any one loss life and property it would win for the cause labor without giving the anarchist a Chance to show his Power. The cheapest to buy goods. Notwithstanding the cry Bard times there Are several houses being built in this City and a Large number Are adding improvements in the shape new rooms verandas Etc. North Broadway has been so neglected that it is almost impassible to Ordinary pedestrians. Weeds have taken Possession and that too within three blocks the court House. Who a fault is it the picnic Friday at the Park was a decided Success with the exception a severely sprained wrist which mrs. Winters unfortunately sustained and a Jolly ducking to Addie Jackson who waded into deep water and lost her balance exclaiming As she regained her footing a size wet As a wounded the Day was Well spent and enjoyed by All. Misses Edna and Helen Bartles and Grace Marsh had a very narrow escape from being terribly injured last thursday. The Young ladies were returning from Trenton with miss Edna driving when the horse became frightened at the moving rope a canal boat plunging Forward and then suddenly backing. Miss Edna jumped and landed safely but the other occupants were thrown out and considerably bruised. The concert Given by the members the German reformed Church at Yorktown saturday evening last was a Brilliant affair and Drew a Large crowd. The Many pieces rendered were a High order and were highly appreciated by the Large audience present. Such entertainments Are rare and should again be repeated at some not far Distant Day. Among those who were the program were misses c. Limbach l. Kuhn mrs. J. Winkler messes h. Baab s. Frutigar j. Winkler and e. Winkler with the. F. Herman As accompanist. Our. Readers will notice that the Thomas Moore residence East High Street in this place will be offered for Sale at Public auction saturday september 1st at the door the court House in the afternoon. Some one will surely get a bargain in buying it As it is one the most desirable places in town a full lot the Corner two streets. Fine Brick House Fine barn and outbuildings two cisterns fruit Etc. The property is Only appraised at $4000, and it is so situated that one two Good building Sites could be sold off the rear end the lot. The House contains twelve rooms and a Kitchen. Itt which the c. L. Amp w. Ray comes out second Best. Quite a wreck occurred at the crossing the c. Amp m. And c. L. Amp a. Railroads at Dover monday afternoon in which the c. L. Amp w. Train came out second Best. It seems that while a local freight the Marietta train was standing the crossing unloading freight a heavy North bound Coal train the Wheeling came Down and struck her hitting a car Iron piping sending it Lengthwise the platform while the big engine Tore through the rest the platform dragging with it a Large refrigerator car and Landing the engine half buried in dirt and debris at the Southwest Corner the depot with headlight nearly North. The depot was knocked from its foundation and pretty badly broken up. The engine was in charge Bam Walker and number 36. From what our reporter could learn it was evident that the train was making fast time within the Yard limits and when the Engineer saw the target was against him he tried to bring the train to a Stop but being Down Hill and a heavy train behind him with Only three air brakes the momentum so forcible that the crash came. It is claimed that the Engineer whistled for brakes twice but the Crew were slow in responding. The Engineer and fireman jumped just before the collision As also did the head brakeman and no one Hurt. Wrecking Crews from both ends the Road were working most the night and traffic was blocked both roads until 8 clock. Hum buggery. The old showman T. Barnum said that the americans liked to be hum bugged and when we take a look around us and see the Way people Are hum bugged every Day we realize the truth the statement. Let a Man who is known to All his friends and neighbors offer for Sale something Worth and they think he is trying to swindle them but let a stranger come along and offer something not nearly so Good and they will buy it getting swindled nine times out ten. But they rather like it. Let a a a Faker appear the streets and he can sell things that you would not look at in the stores. They will buy and sneak off to examine their a bargain a and the More they Are swindled the More a a mum they Are about warning their neighbor wanting to see the fun in How he will look discovering that he has been a a taken this will continue just As Long As the propensity getting something for nothing exists in the minds the american people. When you want anything go to parties with whom you Are acquainted and have a fair understanding what you Are getting and what you Are going to for it. Pay no attention to an oily tongued agent but Deal with Home merchants and dealers and you will get fair dealing and thus avoid being hum bugged. Half gallon fruit jars at Lehman a Only 50? per Doz. 32-3 he Best place to buy matches is the new York Racket store. You get a dozen Large boxes for 12 31-2,/ tev. J. Kozower the German reformed Church y Yorktown who has been an extended trip to Europe since april last returned Home Friday looking Well. He reports a splendid trip which have been both interesting and instructive. Miss Beulah Morgan will give an Art exhibit in new Philadelphia in in the near future made up the paintings and sketches by herself and pupils. She has a Nice class in each town and will probably give a reception in Dover later. Judge j. W. Albaugh and wife and Hon. J. Graham and wife new Philadelphia mrs. A. B. Seran Pittsburgh and mrs. Metha Mckee new Cumberland were guests at the residence . L. B. Albaugh North High Street this City Pointer. Women and girls who ride bicycles sit erect and usually present a Grace full appearance. But the boys and men sit like toads a log and look for All the world like them ungraceful in mouthed and horribly deformed. Pattern after the dear girls while Riding boys x masons fruit jars 5cf Doz at Lehman a amp 10? store. 3t the Cadiz Cam meeting. The Cadiz Cam meeting will open August 8, 7 30 p.m., with a Sermon by Rev. J. 8. Secrest Scio and will continue to the 16th. Friday will be women a foreign missionary Day. Miss Anna l. Bing Japan and Rev. And mrs. E. Busby India will be present. Monday evening and tuesday will be Epworth league Day. 8ermon and consecration service monday evening by Rev. T. W. Lane Uhrichsville. Miss Stella Mcnutt East Liverpool and c. E. Cornell Cleveland will be present. Other Able ministers from abroad will take part in the pulpit service during the meeting. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remained unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by aug. 13, 1894. / Grace Dewitt Linda butt . Brohard William Edwards c. Ferguson Jennie Everett Elias Graver John r. Hutchinson Kelly amp Stanford Lizzie Jones Wash. Mckinney Tom Smith mlle m. Wambaugh Burt Lyons. Please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. Democratic convention. The democratic convention the fifth judicial circuit will meet at Zanesville wednesday aug. 1, 1894, at 1 30 clock p.m., for the purpose nominating a candidate for circuit judge for said circuit. The various counties in the circuit will be entitled to the following representation in said convention ashland.6 Coshocton.7 Delaware .5 fairfield.9 holmes.6 knox.6 licking.11 wayne.9 morgan.4 morrow.3 muskingum.12 Perry.7 richland.9 stark.19 Tuscarawas.10. Being one Delegate for every 500 voters fraction thereof Over 250 cast for Lawrence t. Neal for governor in 1893. By order commit tee. John g. Reeves Chi Man s. G. Cummings Sec a. Soldiers picnic. The w. V. , the u. V. and the g. A. , Goshen and Dover townships will hold a picnic and reunion thursday August 16th, at springers Park near town. Besides the members the different soldiers organizations the two townships All old soldiers their families and friends from All parts the county Are cordially invited. Good speakers will be present. Bring with you Well filled baskets provisions and let us have a Day enjoyment. Committee. An Accident. John m. Custer this City met with a painful Accident while driving in a Road cart at Oconee 111., one Day last week. The horse became frightened ran away throwing him out with such Force As to break his Collar Bone and one rib. The latest news from him is to the effect that he is getting along very Well and will be Able to come Home the latter part the week. We Hope he will soon recover from his injuries. Street fair. The new Philadelphia Street fair association will hold their second annual Street fair the 10th and the 11th october 1894, which everybody should attend and make it a grand Success As the officers the Assoc citation Are doing All in their Power to make it a Success. For further information Call address John c. Joss press to Harvey s. Mathias Sec a. Marriage permits. Charles . David Sissons Emma May Rose. George y. Myers Lilian m. Cortes. John Dobson Ann Meese. Charles s. I Levy Effa me Barnes. Base Ball. The games Ball at the at ethic grounds last Friday and saturday were Well attended and much interest manifested. The second innings the r. E s made 4 runs through a series wild throws which filled their sails with wind. On the next both scored 2 runs. At the 6th the butlers were 1 ahead and things became interesting. The 7th showed a tie. The first half the 9th the butlers got 1 score. Then came the exciting moment. The r. Eds at Bat two men out a Man third and one second Man to Bat gets a Good hit to left a the Ball is a a muffed a securing 2 runs and the game for the Home team. The score Friday was As follows butlers. 0220 3 00 1�?8 r. Eds 042000 1 0 2�?9 the game saturday was very close and interesting up to the 6th, when the r. Eds scored 4. Runs. The butlers could not get another run. There were errors both sides but the butlers showed Lack practice at most Points. Their Battery is a Good one but were not supported. The Home team played Well. The score was As follows butler�?Ts.2 02 2 1 0 0 0 0�?7 r. Eds 1 1 2 0 2 4 0 1 �?11 the great game base Ball for the season at this place will come off at the athletic grounds wednesday August 8th, Between a club genuine indians Shephard Michigan and a carefully selected nine from the surrounding cities including four members the real estates this City. Here Are the names the players the Indian club kicking horse Running Antelope c. Two belly 1st, b. Running fast 2nd. A shooting Star 3rd, a Man who slays s. Bounding Pony 1. F. Frisking Elk c. F. Buffalo that Bellows r. F. Done to fail to see this game. Save us from any More such Ball games that was played monday and tuesday. Manager Grimes had no hand in it whatever. Real estate transfers. Sheriff Adams to s. Urfer part lots 197 and 190, new Philadelphia $12,200. Charles Schneider to Sophia hog land lot 24, Newcomerstown $75. W. Black to Emma l. Reid lot 77, Sandyville $40. A. A. Albaugh to i. G. Albaugh 50 acres Union $1000. Sheriff Adams to . Ansell lots 7 and 8, Dennison $70. Michael and Margaret Ott to Catherine Krupp lot 206, Dover $1000. B. E. Dilley to Michael Kropp 23-100 acres Dover $2700. J. A. Thompson to s. A. Romig lot 4, Dover $450. Ridgway Burton co. To Matilda Hustler 34 16-100 acres Sandy $1500. Samuel Stull to Francis a. Davy acre Fairfield $25. Margaret a. And David Watkins to r. H. Wainwright Coal Goshen $963.20. Albert Parish to P. Millison 1 1-5 acres Mill $135. I. E. Wheeler to w. E. Conner lot 4, Dennison $1200. Frank Steinbaugh to Charles outling 1 acre Salem $150. Sheriff Adams to Elise Willielmo land and Coal Goshen $495. Andrew Seikel to Abraham Garber 86 acres Franklin $3632. Andrew Jackson president the u. S to i. N. Roberts 160 acres Perry Patent. Andrew Jackson president the u. S., to John Gray jr., 40 acres Perry Patent. W. H. Riffle to Adam Capel acre Mill $125. W. A. Hall to Austine Weaver lot 143, Mineral $750. Charles Bartles to r. H. Wainwright Coal Warwick $10,000. Sherriff Adams to s. W. Croxton trustee 361% acres Union $8750. Christena Dutton to Mary Boals lot 18 Uhrichsville $1. The F. Ins. Co. To Ellen c. Hel wig 145 acres Rush $3500. F. B. Tweed to w. Forster lot 5, Uhrichsville $60. Jacob Schwab to d. Wolf lot 14, Wolf a station $150. Sheriff Adams to Jerusha s. Junk ins land Goshen $450. Charles Schneider to the Village Newcomerstown part 20 and 22, Oxford $3000. George Betscher to Mary e. Stocks Dale lot 6, Dover $275 news gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. Gilmore. Jno c. Robinson and family were at Uhrichsville monday. Mrs. James Arnold returned Friday evening from a two weeks visit with relatives in Uhrichsville and new Philadelphia. Mrs. L. Morris spent several Days last week with relatives in Gnaden Lutten and Uhrichsville. Theo. Lanning and family Dennison Sun Dayed with his father. Michael sin linger and family Beidler Are visiting mrs. So smother mrs. Swear near town. Mrs. Mary Fredenbur is visiting relatives near Newport. The bail game Between the Home club and Newcomerstown club at this place saturday resulted in a Victory for the former�?43 to 24. Or. Heiing made a professional visit to Lamartine Carroll county last week. Misses Sarah and Louisa Stocker and Niece miss Kuhn visited Frank Kinsey Over sunday. Bitter Sweet. Correspondence. Shanesville. Miss Anna Doerschuk returned Home saturday evening from a two weeks visit to relatives in Massillon. Quite a crowd the married people went to Bricktown saturday a fishing excursion. A very pleasant time was reported. E. Lehmer and wife and j. Leh Mer wife and two children returned to the far West last week after several weeks visit to relatives Here. W. Smith Mollie Klar lieu Richardson and Louisa Miller went to Bloomfield last thursday. Mrs. Nora Cories from Northern Ohio visited her sister mrs. N. Yoder who lives South town Over sunday and then went to Farmers town to visit her parents. Will shells youngest child died cholera inf Antum sunday night. Quite a Nice rain that was that we had sunday afternoon. Ben Geller returned Home last week from Illinois where he has been working for several years. He will probably stay around Here for some time. Charles Hixon and wife moved to Strasburg last tuesday. Albert Schott and family and miss Anna Schott All new Philadelphia Are spending a week with their sister mrs. A. T. Miller our town. Mrs Jane Bower Wilmot is spending a week with Beriah Johnsonsr. Saturday afternoon about 3 clock the alarm was Given that the Wagon shed and out buildings at the Home d. E. Nickles were fire. The fire department done everything possible to save the buildings but though unable to do so they were successful in keeping the flames from doing damage to either House barn. The loss is probably three Hundred dollars while the insurance is Only about sixty. Mrs. , son and Little daughter returned to Toledo last tuesday after spending nearly the entire summer with relatives Here. Misses Ella and Mary Krieg and brother Sam Sun Dayed at Stone Creek. D. E. Nickles the postmaster returned Home last week from a visit to relatives and friends in Northern Ohio. the Pittsburgh Post is not Only the Best newspaper published but it is handsomely printed the Best paper and gives All the news for one cent. The Best and the cheapest a compare it with any other paper. Attention Farmers. Bushel and half Bushel crates for handling potatoes apples Etc., very cheap at tinker amp Ellis 137 s. Broadway new Phil a. 33-6 new pleas court. Edward s. Douthitt trustee is Charles c. Shultz it Al. Appointment receiver. We. Klassner is John Barnhill and John n. Lanning. Action for Money. F James Parker it Al is Theo. Morris. Action for Money. Robert Mcclary is Yum. Wallace it Al. Judgment co Novit note prayed for. John Burry is Dorothy Bunch. Attachment proceedings. Edward is Ellen . Action for Money. John Doerschuck is Jonathan s. Miller. Judgment co Novit note prayed for. Orson Lusk is Dorothy Dunch. Att Keement proceedings. State Ohio relation John w. Mathias is Joseph Bunch it Al. Action for violating liquor statute. Call Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia o., for bargains in no. 1 Shade and fruit Trees. His Trees Are the Best varieties All grafted budded. He Sells cheap. Of to Columbus. Alan Cook marshal the Northeast division the populist delegates a to Columbus to the state if you want flooring siding Cen invention will arrive and picnic my sawing any kind Wood at it he fair grounds m canal Dover work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East Ray Street. 15t Argust 11, in the afternoon and eve ing. This Day has also been appointed for a grand picnic the Peoples party. All Are expected to bring plenty provision and horse feed. Foreign will address the Pic nicer. We expect a Large number people to be present. By order committee. 8tonecreek. Frank Meese a school teacher is dangerously ill a strange kind Throat trouble. He is unable to Swallow anything seemingly from a paralysis the muscular parts. It is hoped he will recover. Messes Moomaw amp Lonzer who were engaged in manufacturing tile have dissolved partnership. Or. Moomaw continues the business at the old place. We. Torgier and we Brown went to the county seat tuesday. Or. Brown is sorely afflicted rheumatism and has to walk lame. Persons wanting Coal will leave Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. G. W. Mathias. Crop prospects. The drouth has continued unbroken throughout the greater portion the Section during the week. In some localities copious showers occurred the 23d, which improved the condition vegetation greatly. Corn is generally reported to 1 6 in Good condition Low lands but Upland and Clay soil it is nearly a failure not 50% an average crop being anticipated the present prospects for Corn Are for a crop below the average but with timely Rains from now a Good yield might yet be looked for. The Fields Are Well worked and clean and everything favourable for the proper development the crop should the much needed Rains come soon. Early Corn is beginning to ear. The late is Tassel ing out. Early potatoes Are a Short crop some Are taking a second growth lates Are very Small and Are suffering badly from the severe drouth. Young Clover except in a few localities is an entire failure. Pastures Are drying up. Haying is generally completed the crop being Light but the Quality Good. Newly mowed Meadows Are slow in starting. Oats except in a few localities Are All Cut some being threshed the yield being reported Good from some localities while from others Only fair the Grain being Light in weight. The wheat continues to thresh out Well both in Quantity and Quality. Gardens Are suffering badly for the want rain. Fruit is very scarce. Apples continue to drop. Pears Are said to be plentiful in some localities. Grapes Promise fairly Well. Died cholera inf Antum. The Little son Lewis Petty Pike run aged one year died cholera inf Antum july 24th, and was buried at Uhrichsville the 26. The six months old child Daniel r. Jones Pike run died monday cholera inf Antum and was buried tuesday. Washington letter. The democrats who place the interests the party and the country above that individuals whether those individuals be u. Senators private citizens have been working manfully since the smoke the senatorial explosion which for a time threatened to make Tariff legislation impossible at this session Congress cleared away to bring about a better state feeling among democrats who differ in their opinions As to the extent to which Tariff Reform ought to go at this time. While it cannot be said that their work has yet been entirely Success us it has certainly had a Good effect and the belief is now general that the renewal the Tariff conference will result in an agreement that can be accepted by the democrats both the House and Senate and by president Cleveland without loss dignity prestige the part either. Now that the events the past week can be calmly considered there seems to be reason for the opinion held by Many Able democrats that personal prejudice was allowed to enter into much the talk that has been indulged in and that some people have been far More intent upon a getting even than upon the Good the country the welfare the democratic party. However As the policy those democrats who Are now trying to bring about harmonious action by the party in Congress is to let bygones be bygones the least said about recent party happenings the better. Too much much too much has already been said both in Congress and in democratic newspapers. The principle object every Democrat should now be to a get together a pass the Tariff Bill and elect a majority the next House. For certain it is that if the first two things be not soon accomplished the third already made difficult by party dissections will soon become an impossibility. Or. Franklin Macveagh who enjoys the distinction having been nominated by the democrats Illinois to the u. Senate is in Washington. Or. Macveagh says the republicans Are making a great mistake concerning the attitude the people towards Tariff Reform and that the people Are at this time More anxious for Radical Tariff legislation than they were either in the Cam pairs �?T90 �?T92. He states his own opinion thusly a was Between the Senate and House Bills my preference is for the latter because i am a thorough believer in free raw materials. On this question i feel sure the popular verdict sustains the president and the House and i think we will speedily get a Tariff Law along the lines the Wilson Bill. Yet i should not feel unhappy in the event that the other View prevails because to enact a measure like the Senate Bill is a great achievement for the democracy. It is a Complete reversal a policy thirty years standing. It is like a Short turning an army to the West that has been marching through East. It is the beginning a new and better order and even if Only a beginning is not to be should the House adopt a Resolution offered by representative Talbot South Carolina directing the coinage committee to report 16 to 1 free coinage Bill and the banking and currency committee to report one All the Bills proposing a change in the monetary system the country a financial debate that might be indefinitely extended would at once begin in the House. There Are several reasons Why the House is not Likely to adopt a Reso Lution at this time but one them would be sufficient the desire members to adjourn As soon As the Tariff Bill is disposed in order to take part in the congressional Campaign. The making the Wilson Hill came near causing the death chairman Wilson and if he persists in the present condition his health in trying to perform labors in connection with the Tariff conference that would prostrate a Strong and healthy Man his friends fear for the consequences. He says he is in the fight to remain until the last blow is struck regardless his own health feelings. Although minister Willis wat somewhat premature in fully recognizing the Republic Hawaii in Advance instructions to that effect from Secretary Gresham there is Little doubt that his action will be approved by the administration. It is not probable that any action will be taken the formal protest the sex Queen against the establishment the Republic in Hawaii. The Bills for the admission new Mexico and Arizona have been favourably reported to the Senate and As there is practically no opposition to either it is Only a question time when they will become Laws. There Are Many sensational rumours afloat concerning the testimony taken by the Senate committee that is investigating the sugar Trust scandal but As the committee has not made Public any the testimony verification is impossible they Are too serious to be repeated without. H. Mathews and wife returned from Lake Brady monday noon having been there Over one week including two sundays. The spiritualists Camp meeting being the third Anual meeting was very largely attended. On sunday the 29th, july eleven car loads excursion lists from Cleveland were the grounds about one thousand whom took in the services at the Beautiful addition in the Grove. The miss Celia m. Nickenson mass., and prof. H. I. Barrett president Nat. Assn spiritualism Lily Dale n.y., were speakers and Many convincing tests were Given by miss Maggie Gaule Baltimore. There Are twice As Many campers the ground As at this time last year. The Lake May be reached by the c. Amp a r. Who Are furnishing excursion rates and putting passengers Down the Banks that Beautiful and healthful Retreat. Death the rail was the Fate Philip Smitley Goshen sunday night. Philip Smitley aged 57 years was found dead along the c. L. Amp a r. Near Trust Orff a crossing about 2 Miles below town monday morning. He was a Coal Miner and lived at Goshen and had been in town saturday and sunday All Day. He was supposed to have been going toward his Home sometime in Early part sunday night when a train struck him killing him instantly. A Cut about 6 inches Long was the head Back the right ear. Smitley was addicted to drinking freely and when in town saturday and sunday was badly intoxicated and probably had not fully recovered from his stupor when he was struck by the train and thus met an untimely death. He leaves a wife and 4 children. It is sad indeed for them to be left without a supporter. The husband and father was industrious and provided Well for his family but unfortunately imbibed too freely at times. He was buried tuesday at 2 M. At the Leggett cemetery Beaverdam. Piotter meeting. Friend do you want to be one the number that will make the gathering at the 13th annual meeting the county fair grounds at canal Dover August the 23, 1894, the largest the Best the most instructive and the most enjoyable any in the past if you do make up your mind to come do not be selfish but bring some one along. In this invitation we include All classes the old and the Young. As the older ones drop out action from year to year the younger must step in and take their places in order to keep Green the memories the past in what our forefathers had to pass through to give to us so great an inheritance. We would say Lay aside your cares for a season and come prepared to make this a grand old fashioned Pioneer picnic with your baskets Well filled and hands outstretched to give a Friendly greeting to All you meet. At 11 clock a. M. Preliminary meeting and at 1 clock A the regular session. Deardorff press to. Isaac Stouffer Sec a. Baking powder is Olotele pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Street new York. Browne amp Myers. The new clothiers and . Ott Matt formerly new York now the celebrated examining physician the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients has decided to visit new Philadelphia monday aug. 6,1894. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. M. To 6. Pm., one Day Only. A a the doctor is prepared to treat patients the latest scientific principles. His practice is constantly increasing and is undoubtedly larger and More extensive than any other specialist in the United states. Of More than Ordinary skill in his profession he has a heart full sympathy that at once gives encouragement to his patients who knows that he will cure him if it is within the possibility human skill to do so. He makes a specially chronic diseases and from Many years experience is Able to successfully diagnose a Case without asking questions which seems wonderful to patients and even to physicians who have not the faculty themselves. Thousands people throughout Ohio Pennsylvania and new York attest his successful treatment. Over 3 h patients visited the Institute the first three Days last week and a great majority were new patients. Consultation free and strictly confidential. We have Given a. Bippus amp soothe Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutria Cious and fre it i from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. Coming events. Republican county convention at new Philadelphia August 4th. Sunday school convention and Cam meeting Vermillion aug. 7-21, league american wheelman at Denver colo., aug. 14-16 knights maccabees at Toledo aug. 14-16. Peoples party convention Columbus aug. 16-17. Annual reunion 98th regt. O. V. I., Uhrichsville thursday aug. 16th. National Encampment u. V. U., at Rochester n. \ August 21-23 Brethren Church National con Fence Ashland o., aug. 25-30. Sons veterans annual Encampment Davenport la., aug. 17-19, supreme Lodge k. Of p., Washington d. C., aug. 22-26. The Tuscarawas county society Christian Endeavor will hold their convention at Newcomerstown August 28th and 29th. Epworth league convention new Philadelphia District at Flushing August 29 and 30. Toledo exposition fair and races. Aug. 27-31. Ohio state fair at Columbus september 3-10. The Eastern Ohio conference the m. E. Church will Convene at Warren september 10th. Annual reunion 52d regiment V. I., Pittsburgh sept. 10-14, during National Encampment. National Encampment g. A. R., Pittsburgh september 10-14. Stillwater Union Industrial exhibition Smyrna september 11-13. Muski Ngum annual conference m. P. Church Steubenville september 19. Carroll county fair Carrollton september 18-21. Uhrichsville and Dennison fair september 25-28. Central Ohio District fair newcomerstown1 october 2-5. Harrison county fair Cadiz october 3-5. Coshocton county fair Coshocton october 9-12. Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cured piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25 per Box. For Sale by f. Miller amp son. For Sale cheap. As i am now using City water i will sell cheap a first class wind Derrick and 60 barrel water tank. I also offer at a bargain my greenhouses which can be moved in sections. Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia o., 31tf satisfy yourself by seeing the largest and Best Stock farm wagons Spring wagons and buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio i5tf furnishes West High Street Are now having their first Semi annual clearance Sal Al to make room for our Early arrival fall and Winter goods. Their prices Are and it will you to see them their tailor made suits Are marked at prices that will surely sell them. New Philadelphia Ohio

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