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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 10, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times in ult bid Bobbt thub8day. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising my dim in the county books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice tour favor to licit. New Philadelphia times. The a a times advertising rate. Spa i. One Inch. Throe Lohes. Six inches. Half column. One column a Imo. 3 to. 6 to. 1 50 3 00 4 00 5 00 12 00 250 6 00 10 00 12 50 30 00 1300 9 00 15 00 25 00 50 00 3usiness notices ten cents per line volume Viii. New Philadelphia o., thursday aug. 10, 1893. Number 33. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. the new Philadelphia Timko will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.�1.00 if not paid within three mods 150 49remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. ®�?oaddres8 All matter intended for publication. To the times. Teachers examinations. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates As follows luring 1892 and �?T93 at new Philadelphia november 2g, �?T92 january 28, �?T93 february 25, �?T93 june 17, �?T93 August 12th, �?T93. At canal Dover january 7, �?T93 february 11,�?T93 april 22, �?T93 july 8,�?T93. At Uhrichsville March 11th, �?T93. At Mineral Point March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june 3d, �?T93. Pupils examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, �?T93 May 6th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 clock. Strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with pen and Ink and the necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. All examinations will be he d in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. . Pfeifer press a. J. Richardson. Business directory. D r. Joseph f. Fox lace Over Gentsch syrup store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. May 25-Ly. Re opened. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. The democratic senatorial convention for the eighteenth nineteenth senatorial District has been called to meet at Cambridge Ohio tuesday August 22nd. Crisp Georgia was elected speaker the House representatives monday. He was speaker the last House and made a first class presiding officer. The speaker in a great degree controls the legislation and it is therefore necessary that he he a Clear headed and capable Man. The talk now is that the Pennsylvania company has bought a con tooling interest in the c. Amp m. If that is True it will Cut off from the Valley and Wheeling and Lake Erie railways the freight that was furnished by ii. The Valley the l. E. Should build a Branch from Valley Junction to new Philadelphia. Traffic the c. W. A personal and general. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. Judge Yoder Lima o., was a a candidate for Sargeant at at arms the House representatives hut got snowed under. Or. Snow Indiana was the Lucky Man. The Ohio delegation did not stand sol id judge Yoder. 4t in per Day. 9 1 us furnished Fine bar and House newly feed stable in connection. 39yl . S. Vail dentist a new disease has broken out among the chickens some the farms near Ashland which causes the fowls to cackle Day and night the exercise ending generally in death. They live from Twenty four to thirty six hours after the beginning the attack most which time they seem to be in a Coshocton Standard. Bro. Mccabe you should not As the editor a democratic paper have published the above article. Your Republican contemporaries will now blame that calamity Grover Cleveland. Be careful Bro. In these Days and done to rattle Republican friends More than can help. Our you office in City bloc pc Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. 1iender3hot. _ phtsicia1t Aarud. St7kgz91t. Office and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. Ellis architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 sooth Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl p. Ii. Sigrist 8 to 10 a. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. A 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. The Hawley 110 use. Cleveland. Ohio. Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets two blocks from Union depot. R a t a a 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 a. Its. J. Kurtz agent. 1. Ii undershot adjuster. S Amuel Moore attorney at lat new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Myers Block 2d floor. Joseph Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi. Ohio August 14,1890. 33yl j ii. Booth v a attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl bus tithing and repair shop. A a a a ail kinds Smithing will receive prompt attention. A syn special attention paid to horseshoeing. Shop in rear Mitchener a Block East High Street. Give us a Call. Respectfully 18-3m , new Philadelphia 0. An eminent Success. The France medical Institute located at 38 and 40 West Gay Street Columbus Ohio is haying an extensive business. A news reporter called at the Institute and found . France and his assistants in the a nest a throng patients. Their consultation rooms present a handsome appearance having been remodeler and refurnished throughout. The doctor is a most affable gentleman and the patients who visit him at once realize that they Are in the presence a Friend a Man not Only extraordinary skill in his profession but with a heart full sympathy and interest that at once gives new Hope and encouragement. The class patients who Call at the Institute Aie not the ignorant and unlettered but from those whose cultured minds Nave led them to discern the advantage the physician who makes chronic diseases a specially Over those who Are in the regular practice. They have had hundreds patients in Columbus and surrounding cities who would Bear testimony to their skill if called upon but they refrain from publishing their names and portraits to advertise themselves out consideration for those who naturally shrink from having themselves paraded before the Public and they thank them Tor their consideration. Or. Editor in an article in the Tuscarawas advocate some time since the distinguished editor that weighty Organ told the Public that the Village ordinance requiring the Pennsylvania r. Co. And the c. L. Amp w. Co., to Light their respective roads at Street Crossings within the corporate limits was illegal. Notwithstanding the ordinance was passed Lay the Council the Village and the record thereof kept by the clerk. This silly Wight makes a ridiculous shift to cast the responsibility the sex mayor. Last week by dint a second Effort he succeeds in Giying the grounds the supposed illegality. He says that a an ordinance passed under suspension the four votes cast for suspension the rules wont stand the test the a pshaw a Larry a somebody must have told you else How would you have known anything so profound ? a Pray you let me break to you another proposition equally As important that is that a respectable court in this Case would make no test the kind. But courts do hold that an ordinance a general permanent nature should be read three different Days unless the Council by a three fourth vote dispense with the Rule. Suppose the ordinance was passed As you indicate which is doubtful investigation it will be found that owing to a vacancy there were Only five acting members the Council even had there been six the ordinance is not necessarily illegal. We venture that the the thought never dawned these Wise acres that it would be proper to enquire whether in fact the ordinance in question belongs to the class general and permanent is evident that As the ordinance applies to Only two corporations in the Village and is in its very nature limited that it is neither general permanent and therefore in its passage would need no such formality. Now As the ordinance is admitted to be in due Legal form and was passed by the Council without a dissenting voice after which duly published and a copy with notice sent to each the companies besides As the Pennsylvania co. Has Long since paid its proportion the indebtedness the question arise8, Why has this ordinance been left to slumber the books the corporation Tor nearly two years then taken up to be pronounced illegal by a Type Slinger instead the matter being presented to the proper court ? we do affirm fearless intelligent contradiction that the ordinance is not illegal that the claim against the c. L. W. Co., can be collected and that it is the duty the Council moreover instead re passing the ordinance and subjecting the Village to the expense a re publication to employ some competent attorney to collect the debt. . Thomas Batte editor the graphic Texarkana Arkansas has found what he believes to be the Best remedy in existence for the flux. His experience is Well Worth remembering. He says a last summer i had a very severe attack flux. I tried almost every known remedy none giving Relief. Chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy was recommended to me. I purchased a bottle and received almost immediate Relief. I continued to use the Medicine and was entirely cured. I take pleasure in recommending this remedy to any person Suff ering with such a disease As in my opinion it is the Best Medicine in 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp son druggists. Tobacco is injurious Stop it by taking Hills Chloride Gold tablets. All first class druggists sell them. Fall and Winter everybody wears clothing Call and see de. Ii. Neff and get your Choice 2400 pieces. Or. Charles Bartles is Home. Miss Emma Welty is visiting in Cambridge. Mrs. J. Spence returned to her Home Friday. The nonpareil a had a Pic Nic at the Park tuesday. Miss Mabel Romig is the guest miss Alice Galbraith. H. Mathews is having his residence re painted. Or. And mrs. Chapman were in Wells Ville the past week. Miss Clara Raiff Coshocton is visiting relatives and friends in this City. Misses Belle and Elizabeth Skinner Denver Colorado Are visiting Here. Ike Hathaway is having a neat veranda placed in front his residence. Mrs. Tics. Dunn has fully recovered from an attack congestion the brain. Miss Jennie Rowe East Liverpool is the guest her Friend miss Bird Knisely. Mrs. H. Ditto and son Frank spent a week at the Home t. Ferrell and family. Or. And mrs. E. Arnold Massillon Are visiting their parents . And mrs. S. Of Donnell. George Knisely Canton was the guest his parents and Many friends Over Sabbath. Frank Peters Uhrichsville was visiting among the fair sex Sabbath afternoon this City. Miss Katie Sprague Steubenville is the guest her grand parents . And mrs. Thomas Bartles. Mrs. Marie Knisely who has been visiting in this City the past week returned to her Home Friday. Thos. W. Fribley will have a veranda i iced in front his House in a few Days likewise Benjamin Emerson. Miss Helen Neely who has been the guest miss Anna Welty the past week has returned to her Home in Akron. Mrs. Fischel and daughter Inez Orville Are visiting relatives and friends in this City the guests . And mrs. Peter Shriver. R no College in this Section costs less has a better record better faculty does better work than Franklin College new Athens Miss Edna Thompson who has been visiting at and mrs. De. Neffs the past two weeks has returned to her Home in Bakersville. The following Are the names the worlds fair visitors stopping at the Gladyn hotel Chas. Schoch Philip Gintz new Philadelphia Or. And mrs. Mccleary returned from the worlds fair wednesday morning. Little Oliver and grandma Mccleary arrived same Day from newcomers town. Mrs. Mrs. De. A. Welty and daughter Ethel accompanied by mrs. N. O. Of Donnell went to Uhrichsville monday a Short visit the guests . And mrs. Will Smith. The Price wheat sounds a Little Low but we will give 75 cts per Bushel for wheat to any new subscriber to the times. Como right along and subscribe and in 75 it wheat. Who says Silver is not Worth 100 cts the Dollar bring us a Silver Dollar and we will give you the times and the the Farmers Friend one year. We will take All we can get these terms. We Call attention to the fact that in the article in last weeks Issue Over the signature a pm a owing to a typographical error the word refutation was made to read de. L. K. Buntain chief game Warden Ohio and is Home at Dayton is in this Section looking up violators the game and fish Law. Some sensational arrests Are Likely to be made. Joseph Harstine near new cum Berland was taken in charge by con stable Gamble Monroe township Carroll county grounds insanity and was lodged in the Carrollton jail pending further procedure. We desire to return thanks to the Many friends and neighbors for their kind assistance during the sickness and death our dear brother and son. Also for the Many Beautiful Floral offerings. Geo. W. Knisely and family. At the Emens tournament at Marietta last thursday our City Rescue Hook and ladder co., captured 1st prize that $150.00 and Blakes Mills fire company 2nd, prize which was $100 the boys All Felt glorious Over their capture. Mrs. Roland Kurtz gave one the dainties Tea parties the season in Honor mrs. Joseph Strong Chicago. Glowing compliments . Kurtzis ability to entertain and the distinguished guests cleverness were passed. Health sickness which nearly All suffer at sometime from sleeplessness. Headache nervous dyspepsia some form nerve disease. Or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer cures and stimulates the nerves to healthy action. Samples $1 bottles d. F. Guntsch. Since last Issue we la i in that Hon. A. Patrick had 3 Good horses killed by lightning monday last week. The 3 were standing under a Chestnut tree in the pasture Field his farm. One was a finely bred Almont Colt 2 years old. The others were Good Colts also. This is quite a loss to . Patrick. A very interesting game base Ball was played saturday afternoon the athletic grounds this place Between a picked nine from the Canton clubs and the Somerdale club this county. The Somerdale boys won 10 to 5. As an Amateur club they Are hard to beat. The new Phila boys that bet the Somerdale club walked away with a Broad smile. Clifford Grimes the manager the grounds got around like a Veteran showman. Or. J. Boswell one the Best known and most respected citizens Brownwood Texas suffered with diarrhoea for a Long time and tried Many diff Erent remedies without Benefit until chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy was used that relieved him at once. For Sale by d. F. Gentsch. The honorable mayor Luther Pearch Sherrodsville accompanied by the following business men from that Section attended the races at canal Dover wednesday and thursday this week d. Stouffer l. Barkhurst . Aldridge Frank Mcintosh Harvey Dutton and a. Rainsberger. While in our City thy were right royally entertained by landlord will Wallick the hotel Sherman. They Are a Jolly people and Are worthy a pleasant time. The Tuscarawas county teachers Institute convened monday morning in the High school room at the Central building with an unusually Large number teachers. Seventy nine names were enrolled monday and tuesday the list had reached to 108. Or. Burns Canton supt. Butler Defiance and miss coffin Detroit Are the instructors. Lectures will be Given during the week. Friday is directors Day. The executive committee deserve great credit for the manner in which the Institute is being conducted. The Success miss Annie m. Beam Mckeesport Pennsylvania in the treatment diarrhoea in her children will undoubtedly be interest to Many mothers. She says a i spent sey eral weeks in Johnstown pa., after the great flood account my husband being employed there we had several children with us two whom took the diarrhoea very badly. I got some Chamberlain s Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy from Rev. Or. Chapman. It cured both them. I knew several other cases where it was equally successful. I think it cannot be excelled and cheerfully recommend 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by d. F. Gentsch. Walter aged 13 years son mrs. Alonzo Hardesty at canal Dover while assisting about their flouring Mill monday afternoon in some manner had his left foot caught in the cogs and crushed to a pulp. The strange part the matter is that after the Accident the lad sat Down and took hi3 shoe off when it was found not to contain any blood but however it flowed freely thereafter. Or. Lewis was summoned Ween amputation was found necessary in order to save the Young mme a life. At present the boys condition is very favourable. It is sad that the he must be a cripple for life. Sorrow comes doubly to mrs. Hardesty As it is not More than 9 months since . Hardesty received the injuries by falling Down an elevator that caused his death. His last leap while a number Young men were in bathing at the a Cut off near Midvale thursday afternoon last Chas. White appeared the Brink and after consulting the boys about the temperature the water consented to take a Bath also. Aster stripping himself his clothing he gave a yell and a whoop and remarked a there i come boys look out a and giving a tremendous Lapinto the water he disappeared and never came up until he was fished out. The supposition is that the bursting a blood vessel the heart took cramps from which he met death. It was about an hour before his lifeless form was taken from its watery Graye. White was aged about 30 years leaves a daughter his wife having died a few years ago. He was a Moulder by Trade and we learn the unfortunates past career was a depot Ted one having just served a term 4 years in the pen for some felony. Funeral was held saturday remains interred in Uhrichsville cemetery. A. Gintz amp co had charge the Corpse. Port Washington. Train wrecked character in walking. Not give take care your Steps do you Lay. New York advertiser. Quick Steps Are indicative Energy agitation. Tiptoe walking symbolizes Surprise curiosity discretion mystery. Turned in toes Are often found in preoccupied and absent minded persons. The misers walk is represented As stooping noiseless with Short nervous anxious Steps. Slow Steps whether Long Short suggest a gentle reflective state mind As the Case May be. The proud step is slow and measured the toes Are conspicuously turned out the legs straightened. Where a vengeful purpose be hidden under a feigned smile the step will be slinking and noiseless. The direction the Steps wavering and following every changing impulse the mind inevitably betrays uncertainty hesitation and indecision. Obstinate people who in an argument rely More muscularity than intellectual Power rest the feet Flat Aud firm the ground walk heavily and slowly and stand with the legs firmly planted and far apart. Prehistoric City. Mrs. Conrad Stocker is reported to be very ill at this writing. Master Samuel Wing Columbus is spending several weeks in port Washington visiting his Many Young friends and relatives. Ross Demuth Toledo is Here a Short visit with his Uncle a h. Demuth. Harvey Deacon and will Raback Foston after a very pleasant vacation fishing and Hunting returned to their Homes last tuesday. Robt. Nelson leaves for Canton to Day business. Carl Ludwig and James Huff Young men from Dennison spent saturday evening Here. Will Lamneck is Home for a Short time from Columbus. Misses Fannie and Anna Slade miss Jennie Fidler w. B. Stevens and wife and carry Sperling Start for the worlds fair to Day monday some person persons stole $15 from Tommy Helms grocery store last week. Miss Sadie Benton was called to Newcomerstown last sunday by the illness her Nephew Joe Murvain. H. D. Baltic. We need ram. Quite a Large crowd teachers from this place Are attending the Institute at new Philadelphia. Mrs. E. K. Kennedy and daughter have returned to their Home at Carrollton. Mrs. Morris lint visited her parents at Chili last week. Or. Metzler was at Columbus last week. Miss Lena Wolfarth is Home from Canton. Mrs. Chas. Dresher is visiting the White City. Miss Mamie Zinkon is visiting at Pearl Wesley Lenz Cleveland visited Here last week. Victor Metzler came Home from Oberlin Sabbath Aud returned monday. The picnic at Fiat was Well attended. Peter Schlarb and Phoebe Young were married at the evangelical Church parsonage Sabbath morning by Rev Schimmel. As the evening passenger train the c. L. Amp w. R., due Here about 7 clock was passing through the John b. Read farm about 1 mile below town an Axle the tender broke wrecking it and the baggage car. The engine was not thrown off but kept the track and ran a Short distance before being stopped. The passenger coaches remained the track and no one within was Hurt. A Man who was beating his Way Riding Between the tender and baggage car was instantly killed. One leg was Cut off and otherwise mangled. He had nothing his person by which he could be identified. The company is not responsible in damages for loss life in such cases where one is beating his Way. The loss to rolling Stock is not very much. It is claimed now that the Man who was killed is John Neff Columbus a Fel Low who lived Here a Short time and was engaged in painting. His remains were taken to the undertaking rooms Mcelroy amp Lynn and there prepared for burial. Later the identified body John Neff the victim the wreck was interred in the cemetery at the infirmary wednesday. Washington letter. a Little son Thomas Eberhardt took sick thursday cholera inf Antum and died Friday night. The parents have the sincere sympathy the entire Community. The funeral took Olavee sunday afternoon. We ii. Knisely aged 20 years and a victim consumption succumbed to the inevitable saturday morning ast. Deceased was an excellent Young Man and a member the fire department. Funeral was held Sabbath afternoon followed to his last resting Mace by a Large concourse bereaved relatives and friends. J As. A. Lind had charge the funeral cortege. From our regular correspondent. Mrs. Anna Shrader wife we. Shrader aged 30 years died monday morning at the family residence Beaverdam. Deceased had been married Only about 3 years and leaves a husband to mourn her departure. She was a native Switzerland. Funeral was held wednesday morning when the remains were taken to Philips Burgh for interment. Jas. A. Linn undertaker. Wonderful Stone ruins discovered in the Colorado desert. San Diego 23.�?the ruins a prehistoric City have just been discovered by a party prospectors from Yuma when the Colorado desert in search the Peg leg mine. The wind had Laid Bare the Walls and the remains Stone buildings. For a distance 420 feet in length by 260 feet in Width Gigantic pillars quaintly carved to represent dragons Heads and rattlesnakes still stood in the Sand the desert supporting their tops huge slabs Granite weighing Many tons. The frieze ornamentation resembled egyptian sculpture and exhibited a greater degree skill than is possessed by the Indian artisans the present Day. Fragments pottery were found underneath the debris and together with the crumbled pieces the frieze were brought by one the prospectors to this City. Prospector Ferguson brought the matter to the attention h. A. Gordon who interested John f. Gay jr., a wealthy Man this City in the discovery and a week ago yesterday in company with four others they went to the desert to explore the ruins. They were driven Back by a sandstorm reaching this City to Day but will make a careful examination the ruins in a season when the conditions Are Favora ble Tor exploration. From the relics exhibited it is evident an important archaeological discovery has made. Newest things out. Subscribe for the times and Farmer Friend two papers for Only $1.00. A collapsible pneumatic boat. A machine for making Berry baskets As fast As you can Wink. A school desk that can be raised lowered to fruit the size the student. A Fly net for horses consisting a combination metallic chains linked by longitudinal strips. A Finger exercising device by which the joints May be mechanically moved and rendered supple. A portable Railroad Frog to Saddle the track rail provided with the Means firmly clamping it in place. An Ink holding attachment for pens consisting an elastic band to be placed the pen at opposite ends its Eye. A Sash Holder which consists Long plate resting Springs and adapted to be placed Between the Sash Anc the Frame. Gilmore. Among our visitors the past week Are the following named persons from Newcomerstown. A. Hiller wife and child we. Cole and wife and we. Buchanan wife and children. Mrs. Edward Alton Wellsburg is visiting relatives Here. Misses Alice Lickey and Della Fowler visited in Gnadenhutten one Day last week. Gale Peoples Dennison and a1 Philips who has been working near new Philadelphia Are spending a few Days with friends Here. Kail and family were at Gnaden Nutten last week. Mrs we. Lanning and daughter mrs. Buchanan visited we. Everett a in Gnadenhutten sunday. Miss Ella Morris is visiting in Akron. Irwin Steffee White eyes Plains called friends Here last week. Bitter Sweet. Beaver dam. Times Are very hard according to our Good Republican friends they say there will be a great War. It i will be a wind and water War if the republicans have anything to do with it. Threshing and Oats cutting Are the tapis just now. Kirk Arnold is building a new barn. Kirk knows what he needs. We. Kaderly is building a new residence. Phillip Riggle is going to Supply the buggy if some Fine lady will accompany him. Phil look a a Leedle Oudt for that class females. David Gilmore thinks he a the main Guy since he got that new Binder. Tom Ricketts the Blacksmith is doing a nourishing business. Tom is a Good fellow and deserves to succeed. The ice Cream festival at the m. E. Church was slightly a the train and had probably been to the sea Shore from the Large Salt deposits therein. The writer desires that the Tuscarawas run through him a few Days. E. Waltz is in the Blackberry business in great shape. Owing to their Scarcity he gets 40c a gallon. a outliers California s Glacier. Southern californians Glacier has been located. For Many years tradition has told such a phenomenon nature and recently an expedition was sent out by the los Angeles Herald to investigate the matter. The tradition waa verified for upon the upper Levels Gray Back Mountain the greatest the san Bernardino Range a Glacier one mile Long and the average two Hundred feet in depth was found. The icy mass according to computation made moves downward at the rate forty even feet a year. Washington d. C., aug. 4, 1893. Speaker Crisp has been Here since monday and it is not probable that he will at any time during the session have to do a harder weeks work than that which has been imposed upon him since his arrival. The first thing that a democratic member the House wishes to do after his arrival is to have a Little private conversation with the speaker about his committee assignments Etc. Or. Crisp does not shrink from these conferences the contrary he has caused it to be known that lie wishes every democratic representative to Call him and make known his committee preferences in order that he May As far As possible give them the committee assignments they desire. The committees might have been announced next work except for this desire the part . Crisp to meet the wishes the members it will the speaker thinks take about two weeks after All the members arrive to get the committees satisfactorily made up. Treasury officials Are pleased to see Gold again coming into instead going out the Treasury. The Reserve fund crawled Over the $100,000,000 Mark this week for the first time in Many weeks and it is still increasing. While it is not probable that the financial question will be submitted to a democratic caucus either representatives senators democrats almost without exception express themselves As believing that an agreement will be reached after a Little time upon a financial Bill that will receive the support practically All the democrats in both House and Senate and the existence that belief adds materially to the probability such an agreement being reached. Secretary Carlisle and president Cleveland probably never took the time to spend a thought upon the numerous misstatements which have been made during the last few Days concern ing their relations toward each other because they knew that the authors these ridiculous stories would All be Hunting for holes to crawl into in a Short time As they actually did when the official announcement was made several Days ago that Secretary Carlisle had gone to Gray Gables to assist president Cleveland in preparing his message to Congress. The invitation for this visit was extended and accepted the Day that president Cleveland left Washington alter issuing the Call for the extra session which shows How much those Fellows know who have been giving the Public in detail an account Secretary Carlisles intended retirement from the Cabinet because the presidents failure to consult him about his message to Congress. Moral get your news from democratic sources if you want it to be straight. President Cleveland and secretaries Carlisle and Lamont will return to Washington together. The other Mem Ders the Cabinet with the exception Secretary Herbert Are at their desks and he will return be tween this and monday. The first business to be taken up by the Senate which will not have to lose any time in reorganizing that having been accomplished at the March extra session will be the contested senatorial elections from the North Western states. A caucus democratic senators will be called Early next week to discuss these cases and arrange a Paity pro gramme. A half million dollars is to be spent it is said by a lobby in endeavouring to secure the repeal the Geary chinese Law and those who thrive in that sort business Are anticipating living in Clover although it is not expected that anything will be done until after the opening the regular session. Although Secretary Gresham declines to discuss the matter All there reasons for the belief that president Cleveland will very shortly Send a pedal message to the Senate with a new treaty with Hawaii. Further than that the new treaty will not provide for annexation Little is known but it is thought that in return for certain Trade privileges it will guarantee the Protection the government Hawaii from foreign interference. Speaker Crisp declines to discuss the statement made Here this week that representative Wilson West Virginia had been tendered and had accepted the chairmanship the House ways and Means committee and representative Sayers Texas the chairmanship the appropriations committee. The Homes these gentlemen have been connected by Rumor with these chairmanships for Many months Ever since the election in fact and they Are thoroughly competent to till them with credit to themselves and to the party. The use tobacco opium can be positively cured by Hills Chloride Gold tablets. All first class druggists i sell them. Miss Emma Figert aged 17, died wednesday morning at the residence her grandparents . And mrs. George Bechold consumption. Deceased was a sister the unfortunate girl who met her death by falling into the Hardesty Well at canal Dover about one year ago. She had been living with her grandparents for the past eleven years. Funeral will be held this thursday afternoon Jas. A. Linn undertaker. Mrs. Anna Ellis wife Johnson Ellis this City died at the family Resi Dence saturday morning last heart failure and dropsy. Deceased was an estimable lady and was born and reared in this county. She was aged 63 years at the time her demise she leaves a husband and two sons to mourn her untimely departure. Fun. Neral was held Sabbath afternoon last followed to her last resting i Ace by a Large concourse bereaved rela Tiv Sand sympathizing friends. Rep 17> l Tea n y. The following appeared in the Tuscarawas advocate last week the Market Price for wheat m this City this week is 57 cents a Bushel. It has not reached such a Low Price since the democratic free Trade times before the War. The Farmers who voted for democratic free Trade last fall will no doubt shout for . The present and prospective demand for wheat in Europe ought to influence the Price sufficiently in this country at least to raise the Price High enough to for the Cost producing it. Last week 5,000,000, bushels were exported because it is said the Price is lower than the same Grade from India and Russia. If there Are but 60,000,000 bushels wheat in sight now in America and Only 60,000,000, More stored in the granaries Farmers there is certainly reason to expect an Early Advance in the times Star. If the article the advocate and the clipping the Cincinnati times Star both which appeared in last weeks advocate and both papers Radical re publican Are not hat contradictions then we confess we can not Seo a Point. In his editorial the editor the advocate seeks to fix the responsibility Low priced wheat democratic free Trade times while the times Star looks to the Supply and demand As a reason for prices and is encouraged the Prospect a foreign demand. We would respectfully ask the editor the advocate if the Mckinley Bill did not put a protective duty 25cents per Bushel wheat and Are we not under that Protection now do we not look to foreign countries for a Market Tor our surplus Grain and if so what account is that 25et, duty swedish women. At ladies l Ine hand turned Bui Ion shoes almost Given away. All those ladies Fine $5.00 Patent foxed Button. Hough amp Fords Fine $4.00 Button Holbrooks Fine s>4oo Button j. So t. Cousins Fine $4.00 Button w. Minors Pine $4.00 Button and Many other Little lots All placed our bargain table at Only $2.00 a pair. Only $2.. Look them Over Early As possible while we have All sizes. This Sale strictly for Cash. E. Parmelee the shoe dealer 110 East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. Beanie a dam Valley Brick Yard new Philadelphia. Ohio. Resolutions respect. Whereas a chastening Providence has again Laid his hand heavily upon us Aud taken from our midst one our most highly esteemed and beloved brother fireman w. Ii. Knisely therefore be it resolved that we sincerely sympathise with the bereaved family that the fire department has lo3t an efficient member the Community a worthy citizen and the Parent a faithful son whereas we feel deeply the loss our brother and Friend and be it resolved that a copy these resolutions respect be sent to the family and a copy to the press Tor publication. Silas Compton. F. Stowe. J. T. Dieffenbac Iier. English athletes. Their work will re fully represented the world s fair. A swedish woman a committee has been appoint in Stockholm. The Queen Sweden and Norway has consented to act As president this committee and has expressed great personal interest in its Success and the wish that the work swedish women May be worthily represented at the worlds fair. The offices the woman a committee were opened september 1 in rooms in the Palace the Crown Prince placed at their disposal by the Crown Princess. During the summer agents the committee had made innumerable journeys throughout the country in order to make suitable collections women a work and also to advise about the manufacture special articles for exhibition. The Happy result these efforts is shown in numerous articles principally in linens Woven by peasant women laces Etc. Shipments these have already arrived in Stockholm and additional ones Are coming daily. To classify these productions women a special committee has been appointed and has already entered upon its duties. In order to meet expenses the women a committee is making arrangements to give an exhibition in nature a Bazar showing the articles collected for the Chicago exposition. The King and the Royal family have contributed about 1,000 crowns ?r�>0. John off Holder prompt first class Brick and rooting tile always hand at moderate prices. Give us a cab 60yl administrators notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified As administrator the estate Jacob Ketzler late 1 Usea rawas county Ohio deceased. July 24th, �?T93. 31-3 Charles sch App. Legal Notick. Some the Many who will eater the worlds fair tourney. Jim Robinson the Trainer for the Manhattan athletic club has just returned to new York from a trip to England lie declares that athletics Are having a Fine Boom in England. He brings Back the Promise that some the Best men in England will come to America next summer and that the runners this Side the Pond will have to bestir themselves. G. Ii. Bradley the Huddersfield Cricket club is a sprinter Carey s style but has the fault being unable to Start quickly although he shows remarkable Speed when once under Way. T. E. Bacon the Ashton harriers who is Good at from one to ten Miles and has done a Quarter in 51 seconds will also come Over. Bacon has beaten Morton at 1,000 Yards and is regarded As a coming Champion. Wade Oxford who has done a mile in 4 19, is quite Apt to come across As is also Curtis the Walker who had a rather discouraging experience Here the occasion his last visit. A. B. George is now engaged in assisting his brother in conducting the White horse inn at Birmingham. George has written an article for the Birmingham Post in which he scores american athletics and intimates that English athletes who think coming to this country would do Well to stay away. Robinson saw a Cross country run Over there in which there were ninety six starters and eighty finished. Personal Freedom. An English woman recently visiting in new York said to one her american acquaintances As she appeared at her Home one morning alone a there is something positively exhilarating Tome in the sense personal Freedom which i feel Here in new York. I am Over forty years old and i never before in my life walked out unattended. As a child and growing girl my nurse governess was with me then my maid and afterwards my husband. My friends at Home would raise their eyebrows and wonder what had come Over me if they could see me Rushing about the streets Here quite by myself. When we see a strange woman in London doing that we say to she a a foreigner a and think no More it but if one my set should do it. I presume 1 should think it very Odd. But 1 enjoy it immensely Over Here though i suppose once in a in London again i shall drop Back into my English conventionality. 1 wish i Hadnot woman a ways and works. The undersigned has been duly appoint 3d and qualified As Assignee in Trust for the Benefit the creditors Frederick Maurer. All persons indebted to said Assignor will make immediate payment and creditors will present their claims duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance. R brisk in c. Fisher j. B. \ Kagley. Atty. Assignee. July 25th, 1893. 31-3 Chamberlain s Eye and skin ointment. A certain cure for chronic sore eyes Tetter Salt Rheum scald head old chronic sores fever sores eczema itch Prairie scratches sore nipples and piles. It is Cooling and soothing. Hundreds cases have been cured by it after All other treatment had failed. It is put up in. 25 and 50 cent boxes forsake by . Miller amp son druggists. Transfers real estate. N. W. 200 sporting miscellany. Harold Imogen and Joe Donoghu emay meet at Manhattan Field in february. George i. Witherbee the new Captain the Cornell football club is stroke the Crew. James smart the English professional skater has lost his title Champion it being won by his brother George. Carl Dunlap St. Louis has accepted William Stanton s Challenge to swing Indian clubs for ?1,000 a Side. King was reelected Captain the Princeton College football team but he declined the position and t. G. Trench Ard �?T95. Was selected. It. Carver has accepted the Challenge j. L. Brewer to shoot three matches at 200 live Birds each at ?1,000 a Side. Carver says he cannot shoot until july. Columbia College has Given up its a varsity Crew candidates being few and Quality being inferior. Walter ii. Poet the coach has resigned. A freshman Crew will be maintained As usual. The management the Yale Navy has decided that the now Rule regarding the eligibility upper graduates Only to play the a varsity football team shall be made to apply to the Crow also. The Rule will go into effect at once and will be observed by Yale whether Harvard decides to adopt it not. Wheeling notes. There Are 700 women members the l. A. W. Buffalo has 12,000 wheelman thirty agents and ten bicycle manufacturers. The prussian War office has issued a circular favouring the encouragement cycling in the German army. There is one wheelman to every 133 the inhabitants France and one in each 129 those in this country. Delbruck the famous French artist makes his contribution to this years Salon at Paris a painting two lovers wheel. Paul Butler the Only son and heir the late Gen. Benjamin f. Butler is an old time wheelman and was one the founders the famous Boston bicycle club. Jean Richesin the poet Lina Bell the opera Domique and mme. Mag Nin wife the governor the Banque de France May be added to the prominent cyclists. Finland has women builders. There Are 450 industries in new Orleans in worker labor. Miss Minnie Weston a spirited girl 20, is a mail Carrier in Oregon and traverses a dangerous route four and five times a week. A woman in Newburgh owns the Village roller and sprinkling business the town and has conducted it with great Success and profit for seventeen years. She employs Twenty men superintend the work herself and does her own collecting. Mrs. Frazer Banning Mont employs principally indians to her Aid in carrying the ranch left her by her husband. During Harvest last year she passed eleven Days in the Saddle and at night acted As hostess entertaining guests at the hotel connected with her estate. A aunt Annie a the peculiarly Clever novel by mrs. W. K. Clifford about which All London is talking is what May be called emphatically a woman a Book. It is the sort Bright realistic Story which makes people laugh and cry As they read it and which sets the Ball conversation rolling briskly. The woman journalists London recently gave an afternoon Tea at which men were for the first time admitted to the sacred precincts their club room. The special guests Are said to have enjoyed the occasion hugely and Why should they not with such Bright women for hostesses As mine. Adam lady Paget lady Jeune Edna Lyall and the Duchess Southerland we. Salter in an address before the society for ethical culture said recently that a the richest result the movements for the education and advancement women will be in the Circle the Home. There is no knowledge history philosophy no acquaintance with Public affairs no Range scientific study that May not come into play in a mothers education her children. We do not always realize that the advancement woman Means the advancement to the business ability one woman the Success the Omaha opera festival is due for it was a woman who origin ated the scheme which was rather Complex one attended Personalty to each the details both in Omaha and new York met every Hill and reimbursed the holders unsold subscription tickets. That no one expected the reimbursement Speaks All the better for the woman a determination to conduct the whole thing business principles. Ilowe afraid Daly. Andy Bowen has thrown Down the Crescent City club for the second time and after promising to fight Mike Daly March 7 he weakened and the Crescent City club has but one fight Hall and Fitzsimmons and will not try for another now. J. E. Brick to we. And Solonia Riley a acre Auburn $1. Henry suntheimer to we. Everhart 20 acres Bucks $825. Martin Staley to Ellsworth Phillips lot 24, Uhrichsville $150. John p. Zerbe to John Shull n. A lot 188, Uhrichsville $2300. Eckfeld amp Johnson to Isaac Cramer lot 5, Dennison $200. Susan s. And d. Y. Kurtz to g. Fulon 5 acres sugar Creek $1100 Peter Goettge to Chas. Goettge acres and 10 perches Salem $5000. Franz Rieger to George Mohart 30 acres Franklin $1900. A. J. Ward to Michael Gibson 1 acre Dover $100. Sarah a. And l. A. Auman to w. F. Warner lot 33, port Washington $110, c. H. Slingluff to c. L. Burrell 1-5 lore Dove $400. A. B. Johns heirs to e. O. Nicholas i acre Uhrichsville $1200. Andrew Weigand to Mary Bruck 25 acres Dover $1. Christopher Titus to Ada e. Meyer part lot 291, Dover $3600. Noah Keeth to George Wharton lot 16, ,$375. John Wagner to c. D. Grimes 3 65-100 acres Goshen $380. Matilda j. And j. B. Wallace to j. J. Engler lot 13, new Philadelphia $175. A. Latto to Nome e. Henry 25 acres Mill $1000. Alvin Rummell to Luther Rummell undivided half interest lot 5, new Philadelphia $300. D. Grimes to d. T. Hechler it. Al., hits 33, 34 and 35 new Philadelphia $750. Joseph Wise to Harvey Stonebrook part lot 14, Fairfield $50. D. Grimes to John Wagner 88-100 acres lot 11, new Philadelphia $300. E. P. Mathews to c. S. Mathews lot 9, new Philadelphia $220. S. $. Sweitzer to Oliver Bowers lot 68, new Philadelphia $400. S. F. Sweitzer to g. E. Bowers lot 69� new Philadelphia $250. We. Clark to Joseph Hirst lot 1 new Philadelphia $300. Jas. P. Hines to j. L. Meyer Lota and 20, Dennison $950. S. W. Andreas to j. J Mazurie 6 100 acres Mill $1300 the trustees Iron Valley Lodge to Rose a. Miller i acre Mineral $250. G. J. Markley to John Black 11-100, acres Mineral $250. Charlotte a. And Frances a. Doll to a. J. Senhauser lots 385 and 386, new Philadelphia,$1800. 19 35 a business Opportunity. The undersigned intends to devote his whole time to engineering and for that reason will dispose his property consisting two town lots a dwelling House stable out buildings store House one half interest in a Grain House and a Stock general merchandise. The Grain House is new Well equipped and has a switch to r. The other buildings Are in Good condition and in every Way suited for their purpose. The Stock goods was carefully selected to suit this locality and is not Only presentable but attractive. Prices and terms reasonable Aud easy. F. Reichenbach jr., 23 w6 Dundee Ohio

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