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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 16, 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 16. 1894. Number 34. 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. I it. Richards. Tuscarawas county. For circuit court judge s. M. H u n t e clicking county. Local melange. comment some Eastern paper quietly remarks a How Many aces has Hill in his sleeve from the reports the War Between China and Japan the latter is taking thousands ques from the former. Out 30,000 newspapers in the United states but fifteen endorsed Debs and his anarchist conferees at Chicago. Harrison a administration left a depleted National Treasury and Mckinley has an a a heirloom in Ohio ready to drop into the Lap some one. Advice is Given to Japan not to Crow too loud until they know what the Heathen chinese has up his sleeve for their tricks Are dark and Peculiar. _ president Cleveland will not sign the Tariff Bill just passed but will let it become a Law under the constitutions that is letting 10 Days expire without signing vetoing it. It will be necessary to Call a special session the Ohio legislature to devise some Means for paying the state debt. It is Safe to say however that it will not be done until after the election. Gorman has been called Down by his constituents and he is now More conservative in his remarks president Grover Cleveland. It is not Well to be a bigger Man in ones estimation than the head and ruler a country. Madeline Pollard at last will Goon the stage. She will appear in Chicago shortly in a play called a Penny a under the management Nelson Roberts. Willie will congratulate himself As being gloriously avenged upon the unsuspecting Public. Coxey and Debs will each charge $100 a Day in the lecture Field. They both gained cheap Fame and notoriety but soon these blather skites will be regaled to private life unheard and forgotten As other would be leaders mushroom upheavals by gone Days. The Mckinley Bill being prohibitory in its effects importations has reduced the government Revenue to such a degree that if left statute books for another year would make the government bankrupt. Yet the republicans Are doing All in their Power to maintain the evil. The next step the democratic party should take in the Way legislation is to restore Silver to its place in the currency the country. The course pursued in repealing the Sherman Silver Bill without substituting something instead Cost the democratic party thousands votes. Let them now come to the front and redeem their pledges. The Senate Tariff Bill has at last been passed. While it does not give the satisfaction the Wilson House Bill would have Given it is probably better than prolonging the matter. The country is in a strained condition caused by the panic which overspread the United states before the present administration came into Power and largely aggravated by the Long contest and unsettled condition the Tariff question. It is to be hoped that the business the country will in a great degree rally from the lethargy the past. It ought not to be expected that every thing will be converted into a big a a Boom a by the Long looked for Tariff legislation but it is expected that business will be stimulated and gradually grow into a healthy condition. No party can make business by legislation it can Only put the people in position for fair play in the exercise their energies and inspire Confidence in the investment capital. A Little genuine Faith exercised by each individual will add largely in bringing about a healthy growth in business. The weakness humanity in taking up the cry danger and disaster in the business world when the political parties Are changing the reins government from one to the other is in a great degree the cause depression Lack Confidence and inaction in business. No party Ever made a greater Effort to bring about that state things than the Republican party has done since the government passed into the hands the democracy. The professional politician the Gold Bug the protected monopolist and Trust combines All United in one monstrous Effort to create distrust in the administration to obstruct the will the people and thus prevent needed legislation. The a a hounds War a were heard baying in the Sanctum every party Organ. The evil they wrought is inestimable the will the people has at last prevailed while the struggle seemed prolonged beyond reason yet the causes when known will justify the party. It took a Republican Congress until in october to pass the Mckinley Bill and their criticisms come with poor Grace at this time. Let every Democrat now take courage and stand up like a Man for the principles democracy. We Are right the great economic questions the Day and a Little time will convince you the fact. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. A Dollar Only weighs an ounces that is a Silver one rut when you try to raise it gosh you think it weighs a ton. Bring us your Job printing. Job printing at the times office. H. A. Farm Lek the woodworker Stelling Knisely is spending a few weeks at Montreal Mich. The lutheran picnic is postponed until thursday the 23rd. Miss Ella Alloway has gone to Kimbolton to visit friends. Judge Mitchell was at Strasburg monday trying a Law suit. The k. Of will hold a re Union at Chippewa Lake the 23rd. Mrs. Harvey Mineral Point is in town this week business. See the entertainment a tears and smiles a by Leopold and Ruth. Dover is making preparation to celebrate labor Day september 3d. Huston Hay and wife Coshocton Are visiting relatives in town. The , Dover Pic Nice at Springer s Park yesterday. Jas. G. Patrick and wife Are spending a few Days Outing at Chautauqua n. Hon. W. M. Tracy has our thanks for a Fine railway map the state Ohio. Miss Millie Crouch Pittsburgh is visiting miss Eleanor Himes fair Street. M iss Belle Bailey Waynesburg is the guest her brother de Bailey front Street. Mrs. De Bailey returned saturday after a pleasant visit with friends at Waynesburg Miss Elizabeth Linn stuben Ville is the guest her brother j. G. Linn East Avenue. Charles Patrick Topeka. Kas., is visiting his parents in this City . And mrs. Andrew Patrick Rev. L. K. Warner wife and daughter Clyde o., spent a couple Days last week with his father. Mrs. Emma Rishforth and two Little sons Noble and Royal Are visiting friends in Pittsburgh this week. Everybody attend the entertainment Given by Tuscarawas county Institute at Eagle Hall. B. P. Scott and wife have gone to Mountain Lake Paik md.,to spend a few weeks at that noted health resort. Captain Mcclure will be the guest major c. E. Mitchiner his army Comrade during his few Days stay in this City. The Massilon Coal operators intend to consolidate and form one big company. They expect to open mines about the 25th. Born to Tom Harris and wife a Fine baby girl last tuesday. To we. Gammeter and wife a ten Pound girl saturday. Mrs. Margaret Doyle and miss Belle Brisben Rochester pa., Are guests their sister mrs. Oliver Knisely this City. Mrs. David Johnson this City returned Home monday after a pleasant visit several months in Denver Colorado. Mrs. Ellen Millroy and daughter Annie new Philadelphia Are Here spending this week with mrs. W. G. Shot Sentinel. Mrs. Stetson and mrs. . Phelps Nashville tenn., Are visiting at mrs. Phelps grandmother mrs. Of Connell West Ray Street. For a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m a two months old child Daniel Thomas Goshen died monday cholera inf Antum. It was buried. Tuesday at Goshen Hill cemetery. Joseph Maughiman Des Moines Iowa a former citizen this place is visiting his friends Here this week. He is travelling for the Page Woven wire Fence . Beechy travelling Salesman for the Spicer manufacturing co., left monday for a tour through Iowa Wisconsin and Illinois and will be gone two months. We. Gray the firm Gamble it pc Gray confectioners while making ice Cream last week run his fingers through the cog wheels the Freezer lacerating them badly. Call Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia for bargains in no. I Shade and fruit Trees. His Trees Are the Best varieties All grafted budded. He Sells cheap. Of get your masons fruit jars for 50? a Doz at Lehman a 5 amp 10? store. 32-3 mrs. Brokenshire and daughter Cleveland arrived in this City saturday to visit her son Joseph North Broadway and will spend a week at Zoar before returning. Mrs. L. M. Banks new Cumberland died Friday morning last cancer. The deceased was about 48 years old and leaves a husband and two children. She was buried sunday. The Little Stevens girl that had her Skull crushed As stated in the times last week was relieved her suffering last Friday by death. It was a sad Accident and Calls for the sympathy All. See the summer suiting at David Maurera a High St. 18-3m u. S. Senators governors judges congressmen and author it live graduated at Franklin Colage new Athens Its students a full take first rank. Thorough instruction in 8 courses. Send for catalogue mrs. Kelly gave a delightful ice Cream supper thursday eve in Honor her two cousins miss Lizzie Morrow Penrith w. Va., and miss Lottie Clark Uhrichsville about 40 persons were present. The barn Benedict Marti about half a mile North Tuscarawas entirely consumed tuesday morning August 14. His whole crop was consumed together with his Carriage wagons and farm machinery. It was the work an incendiary. A Liberal offer. If any our subscribers have any wheat to spare the editor the times will be glad to take some subscription and will allow 50 cents a Bushel for it the highest Market Price for Corn Oats. A daring hold up. An eight year old son Edward Jenkins received a fracture his left Arm by falling from a horse at springers Park. Less than a year ago he had a similar fracture his right Arm. Married by Rev. J. B. Rust pastor the reformed Church this City August 8, 1894, at the Home the brides parents West fair Street John and miss Elizabeth r. Black both this City. Mrs. Helen Jones a fascinating Young widow Philadelphia pa., who has been visiting with her aunt mrs. Elliott returned Home monday and our lawyer Friend m. V. Ream is disconsolate. Mrs. Roland Kurtz has returned from magnetic Springs where she Luis been attending her husband who is taking treatment for rheumatism. She reports . Kurtz As convalescing and will be Able to return Home soon. If you want flooring siding ceiling sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East Ray Street. 15tf Leonard Carr Uhrichsville is a Fisherman. One Day last week he caught 35 fish from the Point Fern Island. They consisted Catfish Carp and Perch. A Large portion them weighing from six to fourteen pounds. Look out for Hummel s Oil and gasoline modern delivery Wagon. 33tf miss Nellie Johnson the Beautiful daughter , postmaster at Uhrichsville died saturday lung trouble. Death is no respecter persons but curs Down the fair and Beautiful the Young and old. There will be a sunday school picnic at Evans Creek Church sept. 1, 1894. Prof. Cronebach port Washington . Lower Bakersville Rev. Blackford West Lafayette and , pastor the Church will deliver the addresses. A a tears and smiles a at Eagle Hall thursday evening August 1 5. It is reported that co. A pm a our militia boys Are in danger being disbanded account the Lack the required number members. Fifty men is the desired number according to the new armory Law which passed in March last the Board county commissioners is required to furnish a suitable armory for the purpose drills Safe keeping arms and other necessary equipments. Done to forget that next wednesday the 22nd is the Day that miss Beulah Morgan has her Art exhibit at the rooms Miller amp fonts North Broadway. All persons interested in Oil and Crayon work should attend. If you need work leave orders that Day. The picnic in Waltzes Grove near new Cumberland saturday last was largely attended. Two games base Ball added to the merriment the occasion. The new Cumberland club first played one the Bolivar clubs the latter winning the game. Then the Bolivar club was Defeated by the some Dales. When you hear the Silver dollars halves and quarters slipping through a Many a fingers As he plays with them in his breeches pocket and you think a now i have him dead to rights a As you shove a Bill at him and he tells you that he Hasni to got a red cent Yon wonder Why Annanias was struck dead and so Many others escape. You meet these Fellows eve a Day. S n we will sell All summer dress goods and carpets at a great sacrifice from now until september 15 and All other goods at a a hard times a prices. Call at our store and convince yourself. "34-2 John h. Kinsey the re Union the 80th regiment Ohio vol. Inf., which was set for sept 19th, 1894, the farm col. Pren met Ham near Warsaw Coshocton county Ohio and his kind invitation has been postponed for one year after consultation account the a a hard times a and the g. A. Encampment at Pittsburg sept. 10th to 13th. Newspapers in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties please copy. A desperate struggle itt the dark but saved his Roll Money. J. F. Lash a Cousin we. Lash who resides about 1% Miles Northwest Bolivar was held up and robbed saturday night last about 8 clock As he was his Way Home. He had been to town and Drew about $200 in Money which he had his person. He started for Home about 8 clock taking his usual route Home past the Xiv amp l. E. Depot and Over the trestle work. He noticed that two men started ahead him from the depot and when they got to the trestle they turned Back and said to him that they would not risk walking the trestle and advised him not to do it. He went however and they followed him and overtook him before he got to the end the trestle. He suspected that they meant mischief by following and he took out a Small pocket knife to defend himself with. As they caught up with him one the men struck . Lash with a club which dazed him somewhat but he fought viciously with the knife and in the struggle succeeded in throwing his pocket Book away. They Drew revolvers in his face and overpowered him then they tied his hands behind his Back and marched him Down into a piece Wood land and there tied him to a tree. They then searched him for his Money and took about 9 dollars in Silver which he had in his pocket. They demanded his pocket Book but he had none. They then went Back to the trestle where they first assaulted him lit newspapers and tried to find the pocket Book. They searched until after 11 clock for the Money which they thought he had thrown away. In the meantime one the men went to see if . Lash was still securely tied and finding him almost Loose retired him and went Back to to continue the search. Between eleven and twelve clock lash got Loose by picking at the fibres the Cord with the Finger nails until he had severed the Cord that held him to the tree. He then went to the residence his Cousin Jacob lash called him out and had his hands untied. He borrowed a shot gun and started for Home. When he got to the end the Lane near Home he saw the parties in the Field and at once opened fire them with the shot gun they returned the fire with their revolvers and ran away. The next morning he went to the trestle work and found his pocket Book with the Money in it All right the robbers failing to find it in the dark one the robbers undoubtedly was Cut with the knife in the scuffle As blood marked the tree and Cord and was noticed around where they tied him. He does not know whether any the shot struck them not. Lash escaped without harm except the Bruise from the stroke the club. It was rather a thrilling experience but he showed considerable courage. It is a great pity he did not succeed in sending them to their final resting place. There is no doubt but that they had a in Bol Iver that gave the a a tips As they were both strangers and had no other Way knowing that he had the Money and the route he would take going Home. One was a tall Man and the other a Stout heavy built Man. They got $9. For their heinous work. It is hoped they will be run Down yet. A sad Accident. Mrs. E. Holden Mineral Point had a narrow escape from death wednesday last. They live the second floor their Large Brick Block she went to the Side door that opens out Over an offset in the ground Over a Bank where it is about 21 feet to the ground to shake a Rug. The door had been guarded by a bar but that had been removed and mrs. Holden not noticing it and leaning Forward As she had been in the habit doing former occasions lost her balance and went headlong to the ground below. Mrs Holden was fortunately not dead when picked up but conscious though somewhat bruised. A Bush stood Between which doubtless saved her in the fall. It was a narrow escape from death. We Are glad to hear that she is recovering from her injuries. After the position. Quite a spirited contest has been going among the applicants for the appointment school examiner. Each applicant seems to have Many friends at work to press his claim. There Are a number excellent gentlemen and educators who Are willing to serve in the capacity school examiner but Only one can be accommodated. W. E. Beck who is a Democrat is the present incumbent whose term expires in a few Days. He had Many warm supporters for reappointment and in fact made a Good officer. He was fair and impartial and filled the position with credit. But the political complexion the appointing Power having changed in the past year . Beck will not be reappointed. It is said that prof. Duff Newcomerstown is slated for the position. He is a dyed in the Wool Republican a smooth politician and generally scores a a Home there is no doubt prof. Duff is thoroughly qualified being one the leading educators the county if judge Stephenson follows the precedent the democratic probate judges he will retain a minority representation the Board. Prof. Richardson is the democratic members remaining. Prof. Pfeifer the Republican member was appointed by judge Mitchell. Later. Prof. Duff has been appointed to take effect August 31. Wanted at once a Man to take the Agency for the Cary awning Blind. See 33tf h. A. Parmelee populist picnic the picnic held in the Dover fair grounds saturday by the populists was but moderately attended. We expected to find an immense crowd but for some reason it was not so Large. Several speeches were made and the band discoursed music crop prospects. The week has been generally dry and warm with an excess Sun Shine until the 10th, when local showers fell greatly benefiting grow ing crops in some localities in other sections the rainfall was too Light to do much Good. Corn lowlands and Black soil Promise fair yield but that High and Clay land is too far advanced to make a Good crop under the most favourable conditions. Pastures Are dry and burned up and some Farmers Are feeding Stock. Potatoes Are generally Small and the yield will be very Light. Wheat threshing out Well and excellent Quality. Oats yielding Well Gener ally in some sections they Are Light in weight. Apples continue dropping will be a Light crop. Peaches Small and not growing owing to protracted drouth. Clover seed will be a Short crop though reported As being Well filled in some localities gardens drying up. Melons and cucumbers Are drying the vines Small streams Are drying up and Stock water scarce. Some blowing done for wheat but the ground is very dry. Tobacco Small and not doing Well. News gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. Gilmore. Miss Ella Fawcett was at Newcomerstown thursday. Fremont Robertson and family visited at c. D. Linnardo a thursday. Will Orr Dennison Sun Dayed with relatives Here. Peter helter and wife spent sunday with Clark Mccullough. Theo Lanning and Gale Peoples spent sunday Here. John Mcconnell wife and children near Tippecanoe visited his sister mrs. Or. Hefling saturday. Rev. We. L. Baldwin Burch Ard Nebraska is visiting his daughter and grand daughter mrs. Eliza and miss Alpha Brown. He celebrated his 85th birthday since his arrival Here. For Many years he was a resident this place and his Many friends Are pleased to meet him once again and also to know that at his advanced age he is enjoying perfect health. He will spend several weeks Here. His brother. Rev. Baldwin Delaware o., also spent several Days Here last week returning to his Home monday. The latter preached in the m. E. Church sunday at 10 clock. Or. Hefling was at new Phila. On saturday. The Home Ball club played a club from Odell Guernsey county saturday. Score 12 to 24 in favor Gilmore. The ice Cream supper Given by the d a son saturday evening was fairly Well attended. Net proceeds $16.50. Quite a disastrous storm struck this place late sunday afternoon. Great blinding sheets Hail and rain descended with furious Force. Orchards were twisted off and uprooted fruit All kinds destroyed that chanced to be in the tornadoes path windows were shattered chimneys torn Down Shade Trees uprooted out buildings overthrown tin roofs torn off and unfinished buildings demolished. Mrs. Frie Denburg a new store building which was but partially enclosed and without roof was thrown to the ground. The warehouse Lanning amp son was a roofed allowing the rain to Stream Down the Large Quantity Wool which it contained. Altogether this was the worst storm that has visited this Section for Many years. Bitter Sweet. Death mrs. Mizer. Mrs. Geo. Mizer one the Early settlers near Bakersville was buried last Friday. She was Well known throughout the entire Community As being one the Best and kindest neighbors and will be greatly missed by All. She was 77 years old and the Mother several children All whom mourn the loss a dear and affectionate old Mother. She was a Good r Rise and administered to the wants the sick throughout the neighbourhood and was a general favorite. She was also noted for her Christian Devotion was a member lutheran Church. Her interment took place at the Evans a reek Cem etry attended by a Large concourse friends and neighbors. officiated. Flies. A big fire makes the House Fly. A Boarder makes the butter Fly. Nasty Man makes the tobacco Fly. A Cross teacher makes the Gad Fly. A drinking Man makes bottle Fly. A hard Driver makes the horse Fly. An irishman makes the Green Fly. Which made quite a pleasant time for the attendants. John a. Hostetler was the chief speaker in the afternoon and was listened to with marked attention. Speeches were also made at night. Many the Points made by the speakers especially the Tariff and Silver questions can be heartily endorsed by the democrats. In fact the populists should go Over to the democratic party for its platform embraces the important Points in the populist platform and the necessary legislation for the masses can lie accomplished More quickly through the democratic party than for the populists to go it alone expecting to eventually gain Power sufficient to carry their Points. The democratic party is the party the people. What we want is to be careful to select True leaders that the doctrines the party May be carried out without unnecessary Delav. Runaway. We. Exley while out Riding in a buggy in company with miss had a runaway last thursday night that might have resulted seriously. The horse became frightened As he drove through Franklin Square and runaway throwing them out. They were considerably bruised and jarred by the fall but not seriously injured. The buggy was broken and the horse ran some distance before it was caught. Base Ball. The game last wednesday was rather a one sided affair so far As playing was concerned. It seems As though the Indian club had been reduced considerably through sickness injuries etc., and did not show full strength Here. One had a Finger Hurt Here and a a Mccarty took his it was a disappointment to Many at not hearing the regular old fashioned a a whoop a which used to make each individual hair stand end so our forefathers said a at no stage the game. It seems As though they might have opened out a few at the beginning the game for the first three innings were very finely played not a score being made. After that the boys had no occasion to a whoop a the r. Eds shutting them out completely by a score 23 to 0. We understand it is the first time that the boys have been shut out since they left Home. Cattle killed. A c. L. Amp w. Freight train killed 3 head valuable cattle for Peter Schnieder about 2 Miles above Dover saturday. Fire from an engine set the grass fire burning away the Fence so that the cattle got from the Field to the track and were killed by a Down train empty Coal cars. Or Schneider called in three neighbors to View the cattle and appraise his damage. He will present the Bill to the company. Half gallon fruit jars at Lehman a Only 500 per Doz. 32-3 real estate transfers. Joseph pages executor to r. H Wainright Coal Goshen. Elizabeth ureters executor to Sarah j. Rehard 25-100 acre Oxford $750. J. T. Duff to Gertrude d. Barcroft 34 acre Newcomerstown $1. S. F. Sweitzer to we. Hurst lot 35, new Philadelphia $250. O. H. Hoover to j. T. Frew 11 67 100 acres new Philadelphia $600. E. Lemasters to Claribel Herron 40 acres Union $1800. Albert Bates to j. W. Salmon 80 acres Fairfield $2800. Hattie and t. H. Wilson to c. F Kull lots 12 and 13, Dennison $1800 r. J. Meredith to r. H. Wain Wright Coal Goshen and Warwick $10,000. Oliver Knisely to r. H. Wain Wright Coal Goshen and Warwick $9,000. Joseph Schlafli sr., to r. H. Wain Wright Coal Goshen and Warwick $11,000. William outs to c. S. Stocker 79 acres Oxford $1200. Mary e. And we. Boals to l. L Dunlavy lot 18, Uhrichsville $54. K. Morris to Jasper Van Fossan 100 acres Washington $2500. Simon Nardelli to Antonio tone Loti lot 5, Barnhill $160. John Ashelman to William Nues Derfer part lot 6, new Phil a $38. B. F. Wells to Adolf Hafenbrak lot 72, Blakes Mills $382. Street fair. The new Philadelphia Street fair association will hold their Sec Ond 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. Coxey a army that is the remnant it has at last been put to work. Eighty them whom he Lead a a to Washington a then deserted while he came Back to Ohio to stump for congressional honors have been arrested for vagrancy and been put to work Public highways in Maryland. Poor foolish mortals to thus be Lead by false gods. It is the same old Story handed Down from generation to generation even in biblical Days. It should be a warning in the future but will it that a the question. Correspondence. Shanesville. Misses Emma and Cora Peters their brother and Little sister Millers Burg Are Here visiting relatives and friends. Miss Lucy Madison and gentleman Friend Baltic visited friends Here a Short time last week. Bishop Van Vleck conducted services in the lutheran Church sunday. Conundrum Why do so Many our boys go to Baltic every sunday evening Walter Hostetler Dalton is Here spending a Short time with friends. The firm a. Miller has changed to that j. Y Oder. James Walter Canton is Here spending a few Days with his Uncle and friends. Miss Carrie Karl canal Dover is Here visiting with relatives and Many friends. Nuisance. Farm and Home mortgages the last census bulletin devoted to this subject covering All the states and territories presents a lot stunning figures. During the Cenus decade ending in 1889 there were 6,517,-747 mortgages made real estate in this country representing an incurred indebtedness $12,094,877,793. These figures Are beyond the Ordinary understanding. More reasonable is the statement that the mortgage indebtedness the 1st january 1890, amounted to $6,019,679,985, represented by 4,777,698 mortgages. The interest the mortgages outstanding was 6.60 per cent. This makes the annual interest the real estate mortgage indebtedness the country $397,342,792. The average annual interest charge each mortgage in Force is $83. New York Heads the list mortgage indebtedness having $1,607,874,-301 invested in 579,472 mortgages. Pennsylvania has very nearly the same number mortgages Only 60,-000, less but they represent an indebtedness Only $613,105,802 much less than one half that new York. New Yorkus mortgage indebtedness is 26.71 this class in the United states. Nevada has the smallest indebtedness this kind. The More Prosper and populous states have the largest mortgage indebtedness. There Are 15 states where it is in excess $100,000,000 and these Are All Northern and Western states. The interest charges real estate mortgages the average for 10 years a vary from 5.51 in Massachusetts 5.53 in new a Quot Ork and 5.67 in Pennsylvania to 11.82 in Idaho. The average in Wyoming Idaho Utah Nevada Montana and Arizona All pass the 10 per cent limit. The average for the whole country is 6.90 per cent. An attempt was made by the census Bureau by getting returns from 102 selected counties through personal inquiry to find out the objects mortgage indebtedness. In amount 56.65 per cent the Money was for Purchase Money and 20.81 per cent for improvements. The total for Purchase Money and improvements not combined with other objects was 82,56 per cent. This lets in a flood Light what people contract mortgage indebtedness for. It is in the first place to buy the land and then to improve Post. Masons fruit jars 50 Doz at Lehman a 5 amp 100 store. 3t marriage permits. We. Mcelhaney Nancy a. Whis Man. John j. Foehl Elizabeth r. Black. Abe Mackey Bertha Belle King. Chas w. Keplinger Luren Bair. Look out for them. A new Clever swindle is now being practice in this state which our Many readers Are warned to keep a Sharp look out for. The system is a smooth oily tongued fellow representing himself As a special insurance agent to investigate insurance policies holders. He gives the policies a critical examination and then claims a flaw in them that the company Lias suspended at least is going to and that he has been employed by a reliable company to at once make a Transfer. All being straight and satisfactory As no Advance payment Money is asked for the victim signs what purports to be a certificate Transfer. About a month after a Bank notifies the policy Holder that a note is awaiting an immediate attention in fact a full fledged promissory note had been signed. Obituary. Ceased to suffer the evening August 8, 1894, Annie the youngest daughter w. H. And m. Stephens in her 11th year. Little Annie met with a terrible Accident the afternoon August 4th, while playing in the barn Samuel Rentch with whose children she was playing and visiting. Annie possessed a responsive nature and a quaint drollery inherited from her father which to the writer was very amusing and interesting. A faithful sunday school scholar and a regular attendant at Epworth league. Her last response at the league was the scriptural text a a suffer Little children to come unto me for such is the kingdom Rev. E. Williams using the same As a text preached a comforting Sermon to the bereaved ones and the Many sympathizing friends. The Long line carriages gave evidence pity for the Little sufferer and sympathy for the Mother Sisters and brother and for the families . Rickets and rented. The funeral was from the residence . And mrs. Rentch Annie a sex it sister. The Community will not forget the sincere hospitality which All received who visited their Home during her sickness and funeral. She was quietly Laid to rest in the country cemetery at Holmes Church. Night has dropped her curtain Over the Village the Hill. Except the music the raindrops everything is still. Cool is her Dainty room garlanded with Flowers. Loving hands arranged them in the Early morning hours. Tenderly the Young girls bore her to her rest freely tears Are falling but god know eth Best. Teachers Institute. The county pedagogues now in session Here. The teachers Institute convened in the Central school building monday morning August 13th, and was called to order by w. E. Beck chairman the executive committee who introduced miss Bongard Ner As vice president. Prof. Jewett Youngstown then gave a general lecture education and was then followed by miss coffin Detroit who lectured primary instruction. Each the instructors gave two lectures in the afternoon. In the evening prof. Jewett gave an interesting lecture in the presbyterian Church subject a Progress Edu cation in the last Twenty five fifty the enrolment the first Day was 147. On tuesday the instructors each gave four talks education. In the evening a social was held in the presbyterian Church which was largely attended and enjoyed by All. A great Many visitors were present the Institute tuesday. The at enrolment was 217. Washington excursions. Reduced rates to the National capital via Pennsylvania Short lines. On August 22d, 23d, 24tli, 25th and 26th, excursion tickets to Washington i it. C., account the knights pythias conclave will be sold from ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines. The Low rate tickets will be sold to All applicants and will be Good returning until september 8th, with privilege Extension until september 15th, inclusive. The advantages the Pennsylvania lines As a desirable route to the National capital Are familiar to the travelling Public. It is the popular route and offers every facility for a delightful journey. Special arrangements May be made by k. Of Lodges going in in a body. Applicants for further information the subject will be promptly answered if addressed to any ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines to f. Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburgh a. pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Total baking powder co. 108 Wall Street new York. Browne amp Myers the new Samuel Vogely was born August 10, 1859, Stone Creek Valley and died August 1, 1894, near his Home his return from his Days trip being run Down by a train cars and instantly killed. He was one a family seven children and the first to die. He was married to Sarah Anderson March 23, 1887, who with a Little daughter is left to mourn his sudden and untimely death. He became a member the lutheran Church at the age 19, and retained his membership during his life. He was a kind indulgent husband and father and never so Happy As when in the bosom his Home and it was for the maintenance these dear ones in his daily work that he met his sudden death. A death leaves our hearts All desolate. He plucks our fairest sweetest Flowers transplanted into Bliss they now adorn immortal persons wanting Coal will leave Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. G. W. Mathias. Coming events. National Encampment u. V. U., at Rochester n. Y., August 21-23 Brethren Church National con Fence Ashland >., aug. 25-30. Sons veterans annual Encampment Davenport la., aug. 17-19, supreme Lodge k. Of p., Washington i. 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. Conotton Valley fair will be held at Jewett sept. 13, 14 and 15, 1894. 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 newcomerstown4 october 2-5. Harrison county fair Cadiz october 3-5. Coshocton county fair Coshocton october 9-12. Card thanks. 1 desire to express through the columns the times my heart Felt thanks for the sympathy and kindness friends shown me and mine since the sudden and unexpected death my dear husband. Your kindly ministering have done much to relieve my anguished heart. May god shield you Ever from sorrow such As mine and for All your kindness Reward you More than fourfold. 8adie Vogely. 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. 27, 1894. Ben Myers Paul Schmolck Joseph Collins Abraham Richards mrs Ella Thornberry j. H. Rainsberger c. Harding Geo Harmon Nancy m. Glass Dilly Ann Smith Isaiah j. Everett. Please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. Pioneer 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 tie 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 M. The regular session. Deardorff press to. Isaac Stouffer 8ec�?Ty. 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 250 per Box. For Sale by f. Miller amp son. 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. Low rates to Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania lines. On aug nth 18th and 19th, excursion tickets to Pittsburgh will be sold via Pennsylvania lines account German Veteran association meeting. Tickets will be Good returning until August 26th, inclusive. Clothiers and Frh shebs West High Street Are now having their first Semi annual clearance Sale to make room for our Early arrival new pleas court. Margaret Fisher adm re is Jacob Gepfert . Action for Money. James r. Mulvane adm rvs Geo. , it Al. Action for Money. Sarah wills is Frank wills. Partition proceeding. Belle will is Charles h. Wills it Al. Divorce and Alimony prayed for the ground Gross neglect duty and abandonment. 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 Cio usand free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp cof distillers Louisville by. For Sale cheap. As i am now using City water i will sell cheap a first class wind pump Derrick and 60 barrel water tank. I also offer at a bargain my greenhouses which can be moved Iii sections. Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia o., _ 31 attention Farmers. Bushel and half Bushel crates for handling potatoes apples etc., very cheap at tinker amp Ellis 137 s. Broadway new Phil a. 32-6 always in the Lead. The handsomest illustrated brochure the season has just been issued by the general passenger department the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul r. R., giving a woman a opinion the compartment sleeping cars run the solid Vestibule electric lighted trains that line Between Chicago Milwaukee Kilbourn City the dells Wisconsin la Crosse Winona St. Paul and Minneapolis. It contains time table express trains to and from Points above named As Well As Between Chicago Cedar rapids Sioux City Council Bluffs and Omaha. Gives the sleeping car and parlor car rates Between Chicago and the principal cities West. Write to , jr., travelling passenger agent 48 Exchange St. Buffalo n.y., for one them and a new map the United states furnished free. Fall Aid Vinter goods. Their prices Are and it will you to see them their tailor made suits Are marked at prices that will surely Seil them. New Philadelphia Ohio

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