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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 17, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published bv1by thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county books Bill Heads poster and Job printing every description done Short notice. Tour Tavor 80licitd. Philadelphia times. Volume Viii. New Philadelphia o., thursday aug. It 1893. The Quot times advertising rate. Space. Imo. 3 . Velv in Vii a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 1 three Inch. Six inches. 11 50 4 00 5 up 12 % 2 501 8 3 00 Law 9 00 10 001 15 00 12 50 25 00 a a 03 50 00 j half column. Oue column. 3usiness notices ten cents per line. Number 34. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. H9tthe new time will he 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 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. So address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Teachers Kami nations. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates As follows during 1892 and 93 at new Philadelphia november 26, �?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 Uhn Casville 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. In., 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 Nen and Ink and the necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. All examinations will be he d in the High Sci tool room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. . Pfeifer press i. J. Richardson. Business directory. T r. Joseph f. Fox office Over sent sch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. May 25-Ly. Re opened. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk # t per Day. Fine bar and House newly Fumi Shet. Feed stable in connection 39yl . Fri. S. Vail a dentist Rotten financial policy the part a country through its Center pieces seems to be no lesson. We Are promised a governor this fall who cannot manage his own business and who endorsed paper without knowing the amount. What next , medical referee the pension Bureau has been away in new York and it the seashore during the week. In his absence . Gentsch the assistant medical referee is in charge the medical division. has a Long experience in the service to his credit and knows All there is to know in connection with the medical work the Post. Since Farmers have begun threshing heat they realize what a Large crop they have in Carroll county. A yield the infirmary farm is an example supt. Long informs us that 14 acres he raised 370 chronicle. That is the Way it turns out All Over the United states a larger crop than usal. An honest Man can easily figure out the cause such a lows Price for wheat. No Oue but a demagogue would Lay it to political causes. With Labouchere the Radical Mem parliament in England and also the famous editor London truth opposed to Home Rule there is very poor Prospect the measure succeeding. His recent speech brought cheers from All factions and with his paper and his constituents ill hence As Well As the indirect support the Irish protestant element Gladstone a efforts cannot succeed and the cause he has championed with in parallel tenacity is practically Defeated beyond Hope. The a grand old Man a has done his Best. To tace Lucity Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Riender Spiot. A Arad. Ofick and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y the democratic state convention held at Cunati. Last week nominated l. T. Neal Chillicothe for governor. Or. Neal is an Able Young lawyer owns a one farm near the City in which he takes great Pride but does not course perform any manual labor thereon himself. He is the exponent the party the Tariff question and is an Able speaker. He will doubtless poll As Large a vote As any Man that could have been nominated. We. Taylor a Man who has been engaged chiefly in newspaper work was nominated for second place. He was the democratic candidate for Secretary state last Campaign and made a Good run. Judge John w. Sater Darke county was nominated for supreme judge. He is a i Able Man and worthy the place. All the other nominees were Good men. The ticket is Good All through. Ellis architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio 21 Al j r. P. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio r 8 to 10 a. In. Office hours 2 to 4 p. 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two personal and general. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. In Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a Tel 2.00 per a y. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All Modem improvements. 31yl the Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other agents. J. Kurtz agent. I. Hendershot adjuster. S Amu Al Moore , new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful office in my Kkt a Blo it attention. Lock 2d floor. Tosep1i Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi Ohio August 14,1890. 33yl t h. Booth a attorney a Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl blacksmithing and repair shop. All kinds Smithing will receive prompt attention. H66f�?�special attention paid to horseshoeing. #3-shop in rear mite Henery a Block East High Street. Give us a Call. Respectfully 8-3m de. Glauser new Philadelphia 0 the ol1 five Dollar Bill. Fall and Winter everybody wears clothing Call and see de. H. Neff and get your Choice 2400 pieces. Smith Moore is in Wheeling. Ball game saturday this City. Or. Fred Mel Iyer Cambridge is our City. We Are sorry to learn that Adam Ort has Trie shakes ague. Miss May Morgan Uhrichsville is visiting miss Joe work. Miss Carnahan Dennison was the guest miss Roth last week. Tuesday evening August 22, Boyds minstrels at City opera House. Ii. Wainwright Coal magnate Sherrodsville was Here monday. Trios. Jones is building a neat residence Liis lot in West Ali ill a. Or. Herlling Gilmore was in town last saturday. Attend the Ball game at athletic grounds saturday. Miss Carrie Schneitz Lehns Valley is the guest mrs. Albert Shott. Guite a number sick cases abound in our City. Our rolling Mill has closed Down this week for repairs. Or. Morley Williams East Liverpool is in this place. M iss Flora Semple Cleveland is enjoying a visit with mi83 Lillian Goodwin. Misses Blanche Knox and Louise Luenberger Uhrichsville attended the Institute. Mrs. Herrick and daughter Irena Uhrichsville were guests mrs. Junk ins tue past week. Louis Swinderman is lying seriously ill at his residence in Allentown with pleurisy. Miss May Swinderman after a pleasant visit with Ragersville friends re turned Home monday. Alt Boone Niles Ohio was in our City last week Garoute to the worlds fair. Cot re Lii Ioa Kelly and Thomas Dunn left monday for the worlds fair. Lem Hamilton has accepted a position As night watchman at the pipe works. Miss Fannie Gross lock 17, was the guest mrs. O. Hoover last week. Misses Carrie and Marne Hilton thru Lifty re in our City the past weel a 1� ,. Aby boy came to the Home . Battershell and wife monday evening. My prices Are the lowest fruit jars fruit cans and Granite Ware. Burnside a Bazar. 84w2 miss Bernice Dickinson Newcomerstown who has been the guest . F. Wilkins and family returned Home monday. Chas. F. Bowers left monday evening for Covington ky., a business trip. He also intends staying a few Days in Cincinnati. These Dull times it will you to buy your goods at Burnside a Bazar where you can save Money. 34w2 Tom Pollock won a target Rifle saturday evening by making the Best record in shooting. Contestants were badly Defeated. The famous Somerdale base Ball club Msj. N. Wackerly steam Canton next saturday aug. 19th, at the athletic grounds. The y. A., base Ball club this City and the Uhrichsville acres crossed bats last saturday score 7 to 8 in favor the Myca Boya. Next thursday the russells mass Willou and a some Dales a will play Here the athletic grounds thursday aug. 24th. Done to fail to see them. Robert Hanna and de. Smith and wife and baby Cleveland attended the funeral . Smiths grand Mother monday afternoon. Miss Ella mounts and family Lima Ohio Are Here the guests her father . E. G. Waltz they report that the drouth has been very severe there. Henry Baker jr., was paid by the Ohio Farmers insurance company last week $60.65 for damage done to his residence by fire. Benj. Garber lost a cow a few Days ago by lightning and the Ohio Farmers insurance company adjusted the claim by paying him $32.50 . Edward Westhafer has broken ground North Broadway preparatory to the building a new House. His lot lies Between the residence . Savidge and . Kennedy. Adolph Shearer mud run Valley who lost three horses a few Days ago by lightning was paid $255.00 by the Ohio Farmers insurance company which j. Kurtz is their agent. Does it to read advertisements ? try it this 26 sox for $1. They Are 108 Needle gauge and Are Worth $2.00. Come and look at them at s. S. Urferd a. Odbert Posto Tiee Stone Creek was entered by thieves monday night and $7. In Money taken. No clue. Whitman is postmaster. Edward Wingeier near Baltic gave the times office a Call tuesday. He reads the times regularly and says he cannot do without it. Misses Minnie Morgan and Hanna Jones Are visiting in Leesville guests miss Kittie Sparks. Misses Emma and Jennie Sattler Mineral Point Are guests mrs. F. Irvine. Mis Carrie Dixon Mineral Point miss Johnson Somerdale Are spending a week with miss Alice Dixon. Mary Berger Salida col., and mrs. We. Rosemond Massillon Are the guests . We. Knodel this week. The lutheran Christian ende Avoyer society will entertain the people at the parsonage Friday evening with a musical and serve lunch and ice Cream. Or. S. B. Flora and family attended the funeral his brother Joseph at Perrysville wednesday. Mrs. J. B. Read attended the funeral her Uncle Joseph Flora at Perrysville wednesday. Benj. Perry Martins ferry visited friends in this City and canal Dover the past few Days. A Thunder storm in our hosiery department we Are offering 26 menus Fin it socks for $1.90. This is goods at a Price. Ladies and children a Hose Are ditto at s. S. Urferd a. Also bad the pleasure being present at another gathering a few nights ago. Or. Hill and Elmer Glass planned a most Complete Surprise in Honor their brother Charles. About 45 Young ladies and gentlemen were present. All were highly entertained and the repast served by misses Frye and Carnahan was pronounced excellent. Char Lejk i3 a very promising boy. After wishing All Well we fied homeward in the Voo Smay hour saturday morning. Or. Dave Laughridge is convalescent after an attack acute pneumonia. 3me things about woman. Or. And mrs. J. Preston twins Burg o., spent sunday with mrs. Preston a parents . And mrs. J. Hummel this City. A there stay there get there tuesday evening aug 22d, at City opera House and see one those old time Happy go Lucky minstrel companies which you have been looking for. The monarchs modern minstrelsy now with Boyds modern minstrels. Seats Sale at Halls jewelry store. John Springer aged about 70, an old resident and estimable citizen canal Doyer died tuesday last week and was buried the following Friday. Deceased was an honorable citizen Tuscarawas county and during his life held offices Trust in this place. Deceased leaves a wife and two daughters to mourn his departure. Death Joseph Flora Perrysville Ohio. At last thursday morning fire was discovered in the roof the Cramer building occupied by . Wilkinson As store and dwelling. The fire company arrived Short notice and soon extinguished it. The loss amounted to about $50. And was promptly adjusted by . Roland Kurtz agent for the Ohio Farmers insurance co. The fire started in the attic probably from a defective file. A goodly number i titans from Warren Monroe and Fairfield townships attended the annual Harvest Home picnic in Waltzes Grove near new Cumberland saturday last. . Coleman Carrol Lton Rev. Vail new Cumberland i. S. Winters and judge Yeagley this City addressed the audience in a very befitting manner. The Dell Roy Cornet band furnished excellent music. A match game base Ball was played in the afternoon Between Somerdale and Carrollton clubs. Somerdale Wou As usual. One half the men do not know we Are Headquarters for underwear and hosiery to prove it come and try us and be convinced at s. S. Or Feko a. Or. L. A Allick for the past seven years owner and proprietor the Sherman House this City has leased the Saint Dennis hotel at Columbus ind., Aud has already taken charge that establishment. The hotel consists 70 rooms and will be conducted by our genial Friend the european plan and we can fully guarantee to the citizens that Community a Bright honest and an a no. 1 landlord and business Man. Mrs. Wallick will give strict attention to the culinary department and the guests can rest assured their wants will be satisfied. Their son London and grandson Adrian accompanied them. We Are very sorry to lose such an estimable and worthy business Man and family and while together with Many others we wish them All the Prosperity that the country affords. During the absence . W., his Sou William a Young Man More than Ordinary ability has been Given charge the Sherman House in this City. We feel confident in saying that Tuscarawas county can boast the Sherman House As being conducted in a first class manner and All guests speak in glowing terms its manager. What is our loss will be the gain Columbus Indiana. Be that As it May May their efforts be crowned with Success. Many citizens Thi county As Well As Carroll county will be pained to learn the sudden death . Joseph Flora an old and respected resident Perrysville Carroll county which occurred tuesday morning. Deceased was stricken with paralysis about four months ago and bore his affliction with Christian fortitude. Deceased w As born a farm near Perrysville in the year 1831 and consequently was in his 63d year at the time his demise. His occupation through life was that a Farmer and by Industry and Energy he amassed a snug sum Money together with a Fine Home and farm. He was married to Ellen Gladden which Happy Union was blessed with one son. He leaves a wife and son together with two Sisters and two Brothers to mourn his death. In years gone by three Sisters were called to their Long Home. He was a kind and indulgent husband and father Aud a consistent member the m. E. Church lie was an honoured Soldier company d., 80th regiment and received an honorable discharge after three years faithful service. Deceased was a brother our honorable townsman Samuel b. Flora. Funeral was held wednesday morning and interment was in Perrysville cemetery. In woman a behalf. For higher education. New York recorder. The most Beautiful woman the writer Ever saw was 60 years old. Modesty in women is in excess when it it Sferes with intelligence. To be Beautiful is one the most use Nix a woman can accomplish. All femininity furnish no parallel to the earner Starer the masculine persuasion. Men Are just As Apt As women to Wear tight shoes. If a woman wears Mem some Man has perhaps admired her Small feet. Women a charitable acts Spring from a sense duty. Menus Are due to the desire to get rid the bother As easily and quickly As possibly. Women Are heroic in crisis Petty about trifles. The same woman who worries her husband about the Way he wears out his clothes would Lay Down her life for him with a smile. Women average no higher than men in a general round up All the Virtues but Ali Eye a so Strong where the men Are weak that the men think Mem Angels. And so they Are bless Mem. Women behave in Street cars a mighty sight better than they get the credit. A Strong woman yields a seat to one who needs it More. A Man looks for a pretty woman to give his to. Women dress sensibly the whole from the Point View one who wants to look Well. Put a Man in a several coloured maskers coat and he knows not where to put his hands and looks silly a woman likes a delicate compliment but she does no to like a compliment put As to show that the complimented was too confound edly sure the compliment would please. Such a complimented gets snubbed. Women Are half the human race. To shut up a few their works in a comparatively Small building at the worlds fair and Call that a the worlds fair and Call that a the woman a building is an insult. Let him who would see woman a work look around him. Deaths summons. Port Washington. They re talking the Tariff Bill the Silver Bill and All they Wra Ugie through the summer and they quarrel till the fall but All the Bills from Bill ill the one we re wanting still is the Bill that buys the boarding a the old five Dollar Bill you May rumple it and and crumple it and twist aug turn it round and stuff it in your pocket where it seems to weigh a Pound hide it in your Woolen sock in your boots but still there a never no discounting the old five doll amp a Bill its Greasy As a Kitchen from going round so much but a Feller ainu to tickler when its tickling his touch and the biggest Bill from Billville and the one a Tel re wanting still is the rumpled up old time five Nollar Bill a Billville Banner. Your family doctor is Seldom a specialist. Or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer was discovered by a specialist in the treatment nervous diseases. His advice free to any who ask it with stamp the j. Brant co., Albion mich., 42 Dey St., new Stork. This great remedy is sold by i. F. Gentsch druggist this City. We. Rothacher has accepted a clerkship in the business place Schwab amp Reusser. At City opera House tuesday evening aug. 22d. Seats Sale at Halls jewelry Etore. Charles mag Luchey the world renowned Umpire will officiate in saturday and thursdays bail game. Homer West coloured aged 18 months died Friday Aud was buried sunday. John Meyers and family Beaver dam Sun Dayed at the resident e their son Lewis at Dennison. Bertha and May Bippus Akron visited at the Home Andrew Bippus a Tiv Days last week. Mike Graham lost his terrier dog a few Days ago and is seeking its whereabouts. Boyds Model minstrel company at City opera House this City tuesday evening August 22. A grand Parade will be Given at noon. Tickets Sale at Halls jewelry store. The Peoples party held their county convention in Dover saturday. A full report the proceedings appears in another column. Editor Gould the Peoples advocate has our thanks for a copy the proceedings. Miss lot streets and miss Viola Carnahan Dennison were the guests . Wells for the past week and were accompanied Home monday by miss Onita Wells. Neely Flora has accepted a position in the business establishment Spring Brothers dry goods and groceries. Neely is a Little Hustler and Lias a Bright future before him. No bad results from taking Hills Chloride Gold tablets while the cure is permanent. Drunkenness tobacco and opium habits positively cured. On thursday last and by the Rev. Simon the lutheran Church . Perry Cooper and miss Kate Laughead were joined in the holy Bonds Wedlock. Only a few intimate friends attended the ceremony. These Young people have the Best wishes our Community. They left the afternoon train for the worlds fair. Congratulations Are due them. The great Eastern band received Many highly complimentary remarks by the citizens Newcomerstown for the manner in which they rendered some Choice music. Special mention should be made regarding the Solo entitled a a favorite by Chas. Snyder and which it is claimed to Excel anything that was Ever heard in the town Newcomerstown. Our band boys Are reaping the Benefit their past labors. William Griffiths canal Dover met with a painful but not serious Accident while unloading Sheet Iron he backed up against the jagged end a Sheet and Tore an ugly Gash in the calf his Lep. It was Early in the morning and he walked Over to . Otis this place and received the necessary attention and that without a whimper he is about 17 years old. Henry Stofer port Washington was appointed postmaster last week also John Schneider at Strasburg and a Young Mau by the name Nichols at Shanesville. There is a Lively contest at Newcomerstown Between Garrett Bassett and Hon. G. B. Smith. The commission the present incumbent expired some time ago but the appointment has been withheld account conflicting claims the applicants. During the Institute last week Many the teachers stopped at the Sherman House. They speak in Praise the manner in which they were entertained by landlord we. Wallies. On Sabbath morning fire was discovered in the c. Amp p. Engine House. The fire company succeeded in drowning out the Blaze before the roof fell in. There were two engines in the building that were damaged some and the cabs burned off. The total loss As estimated by the master machinist was $1,000. The Brick Walls Are not injured. The fire was caused by some oily waste that had been thrown in the cab some dangerous place by some one. Spontaneous combustion no doubt started the fire. Or. Abram Sharp had cooled the engines properly As usual before running them in the House. Lie has had charge the engine House since nov. 15th, 1857, and has never had a Dollar loss occur to the company in All that period up to sunday morning which certainly shows a Good record for . Sharp. Beaver dam. Miss Lucy and master Homer Staley Columbus Are visiting relatives the Valley. Miss Grace Stuhl Uhrichsville is visiting at the residence Samuel Rentch. B. Smith and family returned Home to Uhrichsville after rust Cating at the residence his brother Leonard. Mrs. And mrs. J. B. Scott Midvale and miss Nana Smith the Valley started for the worlds fair tuesday. Jason Henderson and family spent Sabbath with friends in Uhrichsville. David Gilmore and wife also mrs. Lou Kreig and son Mac attended the picnic at new Cumberland saturday last. Last saturday was the 29th anniversary the birthday mrs. Samuel Rentch and in the evening friends and in the evening friends and neighbors gathered at her Home during her absence at new Philadelphia. When she stepped into the room she was amazed Aud turning to her husband she said a ooh pshaw Sam Why Didat you Telb me a the Good ladies Haa prepared a sumptuous supper which All enjoyed about 65 guests were present to wish mrs. Many prosperous years to come she is the Mother six Bright Intelli gent children. She is loved and esteemed by All who know her. Mrs. Sherrod Ricketts and her aide de Campes were highly spoken As entertainers. We women Are forcing their Way through University barriers. Since the proposition made by president Eliot to include the Harvard Annex As a part the College proper if sufficient funds could be raised to meet the expense incurred and to Grant the regular degree to its graduates fresh interest centers about this institution and its Peculiar relations to the famous Many a University. Harvard is one the most conservative As Well As the oldest the great educational institutions in this country. As a College founded by men for men it was strongly opposed to co education and though women were allowed to take the regular examinations from members the faculty and acquitted themselves creditably the doors the University were barred against them and students and professors alike resisted the innovation their presence. It is about fourteen years now since the Annex was founded by friends the higher education women and a class scarcely More than a score under a faculty forty from the College set the thin Edge the wedge against the barriers conservatism. The courses study Are As far As possible identical with those pursued by men in tie College. The examinations Are conducted in the same Way but the recognition scholarship the coveted degree is still withheld and Only a certificate stating that the graduate has satisfactorily performed the work required by Harvard College for its first degree May be gained. Now the Annex registers two Hundred and sixty students and has a faculty eighty professors and instructors. I he number its directors has More than doubled since the seven women who a were selected in the first year accepted the responsibilities. For the past two years the Sargent which is offered for the Best metrical version one Horace s odes and which is open for com petion both to the University and the Annex has been carried off by women. It was through the Energy and perseverance a woman that the Observatory which at that time did not Grant in privileges to the men was opened to the Annex students. So satisfactory was the work this first woman Pupil that the professor in charge decided to offer two courses each year to women. At Vassar at Smith and at Michigan University Are instructors who were graduates this course. Somewhat recently a Young woman desiring to study arabic applied to the faculty the College for permission and received the usual answer that the doors the University were closed to women. With the refusal however there came a private note from the president suggesting that if she wished to listen to the lectures As a guest both he and the arabic professor would be Happy to have her. She is now a constant guest at two lectures with no tuition fees. What woman has done woman will do and the venerable institution will yet Welcome women not Only As guests but As regular students. Though the trustees Johns Hopkins University have accepted with Graceful Courtesy the terms and conditions made by miss Garrett for the continuance her gift to the institution the resolutions passed admit women Only to the medical department it is about two years now since the trustees promised to open a Post graduate medical school at the University to which men and women should be admitted equal terms whenever $500,000 should be subscribed for the purpose. Committees women took the matter in hand but failed to raise the required amount until miss Mary Garrett Baltimore added $390,977 to the generous fund she had contributed before certain conditions which must be maintained the Money reverts to miss Garrett and her heirs. A committee six women which committee shall fill its own vacancies is to have charge questions affecting the women medical students. The general attitude the faculty and trustees has been to exclude women from thes a courses but within the last years a number special exceptions have been made in which permission was granted individually the women thus admitted not being enrolled the Register apr admitted to the examinations. I Christine Ladd a graduate Welle Ley was the first woman admitted and followed courses for three years in mathematics. Two other women in mathematics one in geology two in chemistry and one in physics have been admitted in the last three years. Miss Bascom the geological student last year accompanied prof. Williams in a part his Survey the Blue Ridge mountains and a District was signed to her five Miles Square which she examined and reported with the thoroughness required men who offer themselves for the degree pm. D. In the department . Y. Sun. Death again Lias visited our Community and for its Choice selected mrs. Nancy Moore relict the late Thomas Moore. Deceased a illness was Long duration and her death was caused by general debility which occurred Friday morning last at her residence East High Street. Mrs. Moore was born in Erie county pa., and was aged about 70 years at the time her demise. On october 29, 1835, she was married to maj. Thos. Moore which Happy Union was blessed with 9 children 4 sons and 5 daughters and in years gone by seven were summoned from this world. Their third son Thos. Edson in connection with . Richie published at Columbus o., a Moo rest melodies and american poems a a one the finest illustrated volumes Ever issued in America. Mrs. Worchester and mrs. Hardesty still survives. Funeral was held monday at 3 p. M., followed to her last resting place by a Large concourse bereaved relatives and sympathizing friends. Rev. Rust the German reformed Church and j. S. Simon the English lutheran Church officiated. Jas. A. Lynn had charges the funeral cortege. Deceased was a consistent member the Baptist Church in which Faith she died. Floral tokens were Many and Beautiful. Transfers real estate. Washington letter. From our regular correspondent. We Are sorry to learn the serious illness mrs. A. H. Demuth which was caused by falling Down a cellar Stair Way one Day last week. We Trust she will soon recover. Miss Minnie Stocker was treated to t delightful birthday party saturday eve eng in which a Large number her friends participated. The party was planned and executed by her aunt mrs. Plum Price at the Price House. Refreshments were served in handsome style followed by a general Good time. It was miss stockers twentieth summer. After several weeks visiting at greens Burg pa., miss Gertrude Kilgore returned Home last week. Members the moravian Church think purchasing a new Organ. H. D. Old settler gone. Death a. Kn1sely. Jamef Allison to f. Allison 81 09-100 acres sugar Creek $2000. Louisa Mcleish to John Boucher . 43 so. Rds., Tuscarawas $350. Chas. Haupert to Saih 8. Winters lot 4 East half 5, new Philadelphia $560. T. A. Packer to Eliza Robinet lot 4, Uhrichsville $200. J. Fackler it. Al., to Rev. J. A. Watterson lot 56, new Philadelphia $900. Beriah Wilkins to Robt. Smith part lots 63 and 64, Uhrichsville. $5500. S. F. Sweitzer to Carrie Schweitzer i 66-100 acres new Philadelphia $1400. Alvin Waltz to s. Campbell 58-100 acres Warren $50. T. D. Healea to David c. Peoples 109-1000 acres Uhrichsville $1000 j. Huston to Cyrus Roth and Ellen m. Roth lots 1,2,9,10.17, and 12, Dennison $800. Nelson Mullet. Al., to Henry Cotton . 80 perches Warwick $40. Helenna Carling it. Al., to a. Lash part lots 53. 54, and 55, Bolivar $786,25. D. Collier to t. D. Healea half lot 55, Uhrichsville $1800. Peter Zimmerman to George Blind half lots 82, 83, Gnadenhutten $1600. Maurice Moody to j. Sproul lot 11, Dennison $200. Peter Zimmerman to Jacob Gutta Sohn i acres Gnadenhutten $150. J. F. Riddles heirs to Susanna Maurer 15$. A. T. Ready a heirs to j. Ready 0 acres sugar Creek $1600. Samuel Smiths heirs to w. E. Bailey lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 7,8, 15, 36, Newport $1. J. V. Stocker to the Gnadenhutten Canning co., 1 acre Clay $400. John Overholt to Esther and we. Rochet 71 14-100 acres Dover $3927. , an old and respected Resi. Dent this county died last evening at 8 30 clock at his Home in the town Oshkosh. The deceased had been an invalid for the past fourteen years but Only since the death wife a Short time ago has his condition been deemed at All serious. was born in new Philadel phia o., april 18, 1806, in 1839 he removed to Bucyrus in Crawford county Ohio where he remained until 1853 when he removed to this county residing a farm in the town Oshkosh Ever since. was married 3 times and was the father j nine children Only two whom Are now living i. J. Knisely new Philadelphia o., and Mary Kysely the town Oshkosh. Or. Knisely lived a consistent Christian life and was respected by All who knew him. The funeral will be held Friday at 3 p.m., from the residence. The above gentleman referred to was Ai one time a citizen our Community and Many leaders the times will be pained to learn his death. His death was due to paralysis. Peace to his remains. His son Daniel returned from attending his funeral saturday. Laughingly yours the Public a most obedient servants f. , John Mack John Darlington James West the Evans bros., and a Host others. Boyds modern minstrels at City opera House tuesday evening aug. 22d. Usual prices. Seats Sale at Halls jewelry store. A grand treet Parade Given at noon. Crop conditions. Has few Northern week been warm and dry generally. A local showers occurred in some localities reviving the growth crops but at the close the week everything was suffering from drouth. Except in a few localities wheat and Hay have been All cat both being secured in Fine condition and the yield generally Large. Oats Are being Cut in some places but the Harvest will not be general until about the 2d Proximo. Some localities report the crop Good but generally it is below the average and very Short. Potatoes and Corn Are needing rain Corn however has not suffered Materi ally so far but the potato crop has been considerably damaged both from drouth and bugs. Early potatoes Are Ripe but the crop is very poor Rye is All harvested. Grasshoppers Are doing considerable damage to Clover seed. Gardens Are at a standstill. Apples pears and peaches Are very scarce. Grapes Are in abundance. Blackberries have suffered considerably from the dry warm weather but notwithstanding the crop is reported to be quite Large. The Wells Ville fair the fifth annual fair the Wells Ville fair association aug. 22�?25 gives Promise being the Best Ever held by the association. Besides an unusually Large amount Stock entries the de Mand for space in the exhibition halt is such that this Large building will be filled to its utmost capacity. The 12 races advertised Are filling up fast. In fact More entries Are already booked than they Haye Ever had at any previous fair. Excursion rates railroads Between we Lavill and Bellaire Rochester Alliance and intermediate Points have been secured. The admission Lias been re Duce feb 25c. Plat vacation notice. Middle showers occurred during the week Over some localities Over others the drouth remains almost unbroken causing a shortage in pastures and water for Stock. Wheat is being threshed As rapidly As possible and is yielding Well the grains being Well filled. Gats Are nearly All Cut some threshed the yield is not up to the average. Corn is needing More rain that Low Black soil is doing Well but Gigli ground Day soil it is Small and yellow. Hay has been secured in Good condition. Clover seed promises a fair crop Early potatoes Are being dug and give a Good yield. Late potatoes Are badly damaged by bugs and drouth. Apples Are a failure peaches scarce and inferior Quality. Plums rotting. Grapes generally Good spotted in some localities and some varieties Are rotting. Washington C., aug. 11, 1893. President Cleveland a message to Congress has been As closely studied As any similar document Ever was by members Congress and it is evident that it is going to be a powerful Factor in the financial legislation the session. It apparently opposes the ideas Many democrats in both House and Senate just As his celebrated Tariff message 1887 did but honest and conscientious belief is conspicuous in every sentence it. And the opposition to what Are known As Silver democrats is More apparent than real for they All agree the presidents recommendation for the repeal the Silver purchasing clause the Sherman Law Only differing As to what shall be substituted. The message recommends the repeal and leaves the question a substitute the Wisdom Congress and nine tenths the democrats Are certain that the recommendation As to repeal will be followed and that other financial legislation which will be equally satisfactory to the Silver democrats and to president Cleveland will be agreed upon by the democrats in both House and Senate and that the persistent efforts the republicans to split the democratic party the Silver question will fail. Acting the Maxim quoted in the presidents message a a the gives twice who gives quickly a the democrats in the House both Silver and anti Silver men Are trying to reach an agreement to take up and decide the Silver question without waiting for the appointment committees and the adoption rules. It will be easy to take the matter up without an agreement Only a majority vote being required but if an agreement can be reached upon just what is to be voted upon and How much time is to be Given to discussion much time will be saved that would necessarily be wasted if no agreement is made to say nothing the possibility endless Lily mustering. The Silver men have in caucus decided to vote for the repeal the purchasing clauses the Sherman Law if the Bill for its repeal provides for the free coinage Silver such a ratio As will provide and maintain the parity Between Gold and Silver. The fact that no particular ratio is mentioned is significant. It Means that the caucus Silver democrats did not believe it possible to succeed in maintaining the present ratio 16 to 1 and that they Are willing to increase the ratio. It is now claimed that a careful poll the House made this week shows a majority 35 in favor the repeal the purchasing clause the Sherman Law. The Senate is More doubtful and it is much More difficult to ascertain How senators whose positions Are not clearly defined will vote but Strong efforts Are now being made to bring the democratic senators together and the indications Point to Success. A caucus democratic senators this week appointed a committee five Gorman Ranson Gray Vorhees and Blackburn to consider and report a plan with that end in View. The republicans unintentionally course added largely to the probability United democratic action in the Senate by their attempts to make political capital which were promptly and properly rebuked by senator Gorman out the present financial situation. The Senate committee finance which senator Vorhees is chairman held its first meeting yesterday. The committee did not Lack for business either As More Thau a score financial Bills which have been introduced in the Senate have been referred to that committee. A majority this committee Are by mentalists but some the most prominent them including the chairman have declared their belief m the viciousness the Sherman Law Aud their willingness to vote for its unconditional repeal. The Senate is naturally deliberate in All its actions so it will not be surprising if the House takes up the Silver question before the committee reports a Bill to the Senate. The Resolution senator Lodge Lorce Hill Fame directing the committee to report a Bill Tor the repeal the Sherman Law and providing that a vote should be taken thereupon the 22, this month was Only a bit Republican Buncombe and the adoption the Resolution would have surprised no one More than its author. The bitterest Pill in the presidents message for the republicans to Swallow was the Plain statement that he expected Congress the obey the will the people and proceed to Reform the iniquitous Tariff As soon As the finance have been looked after. Because the troubles brought upon the country by Republican financial legislation have so conspicuously forced themselves upon Public attention late republicans have allowed themselves to believe that the Mckinley Law was to be undisturbed by this Congress. They know better now and the knowledge does t please them. Ladies Fine hand turned Hutton shoes almost Given away. All those ladies Pine Patent boxed Button. Plough Tyr Ford s Fine $4.00 Button 1 is Fine is4�?T�� Button j. Amp p. Cousin s 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 $2.00. Look them Over Early As possible while we have All sizes. This Sale strictly for Cash. E. Parmelee the shoe dealer 116 East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. Peoples party meeting. A number the representative the pm Oples party Tuscarawas county assembled in the mayors office last saturday and motion were called to order by appointing e r renter chairman Albert Zimmerman Secretary motion t. B. Rankin a. Nixon and John a. Hostetler were appointed a committee resolutions. On motion meeting adjourned until half past 1 clock. Afternoon session convention met and was called to order when the committee resolutions made the following report which was unanimously adopted whereas the worlds history has taught that contraction a nation currency tends to financial ruin and whereas the attempt to destroy the use Silver As Money in 1873, and since that time reducing the volume Money has led to hard times is causing crops to be abandoned in Western Fields for want Money to move them is paralysing Industrial enterprises everywhere and the hosts unemployed Are being increased with great rapidity an i for this condition there is no cause except that the larger portion business has been done Confidence which is now shaken instead a sufficient volume Money and whereas tue Money question is grave importance involving As it does the Only present Relief from the domination the Gold bugs most whom Are europeans and who would by legislation if the people will submit involve the world in a slavery worse than that the Feudal Ages now therefore be it resolved that we believe in Gold and Silver the Money the Constitution provided both metals Are again admitted to free coinage and that there be added thereto and maintained by the government direct an amount Treasury notes full Legal tender sufficient to create a volume currency $50per capita. Resolved that we Favori the adoption a purely american policy for the american people that we favor the repudiation any foreign influence Over our financial legislation that we insist upon Independence Anil Freedom from enforced obedience to the Money Kings London and Berlin and their associates Wall Street. And we further submit that by the published exhibit the receipts and expenditures the county the expenses Are extraordinarily Large especially those stationary Aud printing and that there is not practice by our county officials that Economy which prudent men exhibit m the management their own affairs. Resolved further that the fees and salaries county officials Are greatly in excess what the most skilled mechanics industrious and frugal Farmer can earn. We demand a reduction fees and salaries and pledge ourselves that All candidates nominated by the Peoples party if elected will turn Over into the county Treasury one third All fees and salaries received by such officer. Resolved that by a careful estimate it will require 6000 bushels wheat to the average annual compensation a county officer More than the surplus wheat each year fifty average Farmers the county. On motion a committee six was appointed to select candidates for a county ticket during the absence which remarks upon the financial condition the country were made by messes. E. Benfer and John a Hostetler. Or. A. Nixon from the committee county ticket made the following report which was enthusiastically adopted. Representative t. B. Rankin Rush probate judge Joseph Junkin Goshen treasurer Geo. F. Tressel Warren con Rod Koehler Wayne sheriff Quot John Harding Oxford prosecuting attorney John a. Hostetler Dover recorder t. B. Bukey Mill commissioner Geo. Schmitz Warwick Surveyor Amos Wood Ling Franklin infirmary director full term t. J. Stansberry Goshen Short term Jonas Snyder Franklin. On motion the following persons were appointed a county Central committee for the ensuing year a. Nixon j. 8. Kinzey e. Renter John a. Hostetler Joseph Junkin b. Rankin. The Central committee was authorized to fill any vacancy the county ticket which might occur from any motion adjourned. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned Legal owner in fee simple a certain Block its Laud Laid out in town lots not within the limits control any municipal corporation intends to vacate the same. Said lots Are described As follows to wit All the lots the Prospect addition to new Philadelphia Tuscarawas county 0., Laid out by the undersigned and recorded in vol. 3, Page 1, plat records said county. Aug 17-34-2 Joseph / stories animals. One pounds weight bees contain 5,232 insects. A Bird in the London zoo a Shell Drake has apparently committed suicide account the death his mate. A recent Experiment has proved that Farrier pigeons May be trusted to convey messages from ships several Hun dred Miles at sea. Southern and dry weather with Cool nights and scattered local showers Thunder storms prevailed during the week. The rainfall was insufficient except in a very few localities and As a consequence the Corn potatoes tobacco and pastures Are being badly damaged and growth shortened. The Corn is Masseling and shooting and if drouth continues the proper development the ear will be prevented. Potato tops Are dying and the crop late potatoes will be very Short from the drouth and the work the striped Bug. Pastures Are mostly Burnt Brown. Cut Worms Are working badly the tobacco. Wheat threshing continues with yield and Quality fair. Oats Are Cut and a general Good yield is reported. Hay making is completed yield Short but Quality line secured in excellent condition. Blackberries Are drying up the Bushes Short yield. Grapes Are generally Good rotting in localities. Fall blowing has commenced Over some counties. An Exchange says a Skye by Little while we read in the paper some one who Haa stuck a Rusty Nail into his foot knee hand some other portion his person and the lockjaw has resulted therefrom which the patient died. Yet All such wounds it is said can be healed without such fatal consequences As often follow them. The remedy is simple. It is to smoke such wounds any wound Bruise that is inflamed with burning Wool Woolen minutes in the smoke Wool will take the pain out the worst wound and repeated once twice it will allay the worst care inflammation arising from a wound. State fair excursions. To Columbus at red need rates via Pennsylvania lines. On August 28th, 29th, 30th and 31st and september 1st excursion tickets at reduced round trip rates will be sole to Columbus from ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines account the state fair. Return Coupon will be Good until september 2d, inclusive for details please apply to nearest ticket agent Pennsylvania lines. T. Soliciting subscribers under g. A. Colors. A Man claiming to be from Lancaster wearing the g. A. R., Button calling himself capt 61st regt. O. V. I., is canvassing this county we fear detrimental to the Best interests the boys in Blue. He claims to be a special pension detective sent Here by the department to Hunt up pension frauds. He appears to take no interest in needy soldiers widows and orphans but Only such As Are in Good financial standing. He relates Many flowery stories As to How Well he has succeeded in running Down fraudulent pensions takes Complete roster the Soldier and his parents Etc. He then informs the Soldier that one copy is filed with the pension department one with the War department and one published in Book form two volumes at $4.50 by a publishing House in Toledo Ohio. Here he presents his prospectus and subscription list enticing the Soldier to subscribe for said books comrades Advance your picket Post be the Alert and keep a Sharp Lookout for imposters. Ask. 11,�?T93. Corp. H. J. Peters

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