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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 24, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times pubu8h1d Vbry thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor 8oli0itd. In v Philadelphia times Tbs Quot times advertising rate 8 my. One Inch. I to. A co 6 to. 8 1 50 0 no 250 83 00 9 00 15 00 25 00 50 00 three inca. Six inches. 4 00 so 12 co ass 80s Hall Colun in. One column. 3usiness notices ten cents per line. Volume Chi. New Philadelphia o., thursday aug. 24, 1893. Number 35. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. 49thr new Philadelphia to mrs will he Pubil sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Bates one year in Advance.�?�1.00 if not paid within three mob 1.50 Coy remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Postof Sce order to the address the proprietor. Cut address 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 during 189j�nd �?T93 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 j uly 8,�?T93. At Uhrichsville March 11th, �?T93. At Mineral Point March 25th, �?T93. At stra8burg, 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 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. Aii work must be done with pen and Ink and the necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. Aii examinations will be he d in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. . Pfeifer press i. J. Richardson. Business directory. T r. Joseph f. Fox Osibee Over gents he a drug store new Philadelphia Ghio May be found at office Day Nikit. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 a. May 25-Ly. Re opened. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. It to furnished Fine bar and House newly. Feed stable in connection. 39yl . Ive s. Vail dentist office in City Block Ever Fribley s hardware . Byron c. Hendershot. A h t a Xci a it . Office an 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 South Broadway new Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl j r. P. In Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to to a. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to to a. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a Tel 2.00 per 1 a y. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and a modern improvements. 31yl the Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other agents. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. R. Hendershot adjuster. Democratic state ticket. For governor Lawrence t. Neal Ross county. For lieutenant governor William a. Taylor Franklin county. For judge supreme court John w. Sater Darke county. For treasurer state Brisbin c. Blackburn Coshocton county. For attorney general John p. Bailey Putnam county. For member Board Public works Louis p. Wilhelm Summit county. For Dairy and p. In food commissioner Mckeown Hamilton county. Comity ticket. For representative David a. Lambright for probate judge Jasper in Mitchell. For treasurer Jacob Hawk. For clerk court James f. Milar. For sheriff a Basil i. Downey. For prosecuting attorney Joseph t. Mccullough. For recorder Hugh t. Minnis. For commissioner Adam Miller. For Surveyor Fred Ink Reichenbach . For infirmary directors full terms George Crater Short a a a Geo. K. Art her. Personal and general. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. Tomatoes have taken a drop within the past few Days. Probably a Lack Confidence democratic free Trade a the cause. A thief entered the residence John a. Burris p. M., at Newcomerstown sunday night took from his pants Money amounting to $125. And a Gold watch from his Vest. He effected an Entrance through a window by cutting a Slat in the shutter and then hoisting a window. The party left tracks in the Yard rubber shoes. He took a horse Case amp Ross and Rode out town a distance and then turned it Loose. S Amuel Moore attorn by at let a. New Philadelphia Ohio. Aii professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Larrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Mykra a Block 2d floor. Joseph Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Phil Delphi. Ohio Augustu 1890. 33yl t h. Booth 1 a _ attorney at 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 m. S. Maple dealer in groceries provisions and produce All kinds. We handle nothing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. A3-give Ith a Call 215 West front Street new philos Secretary Carlisle says to change the ratio Sih 0r from 1 to 16 to 1 to 2<>, would Cost the g verment $89,741,900, and would therefore be a Clear loss. He itemizes the expenses As follow loss in Silver to raise the ratio what so Lver is now in the Treasury and d circulation $75,883,700. Loss from abrasion and m lying the Silver dollars in circulation $3,000,000. Cost coinage major and materials $6,290,000. Copper for Alloy $68,200. Transportation dollars to the mints $4,500,000 a a total $89,741,900. The democracy Tuscarawas Coshocton Monroe Guernsey and part Noble county composing this senatorial District held their convention at Cambridge. Hon. John a. Buchanan Tuscarawas carried Olf the prize the 13th ballot. Or. Buchanan represented this District in the Senate two years ago and was a candidate Foi the second nomination then but the Rule one term prevailed and Hon. J. P. Lorbes Coshocton was nominated. Tuscarawas county stood by . Forbes after Buchanan withdrew. Local dissension in Monroe and Guernsey made the Opportunity Good for Tuscarawas. The District being largely democratic . Buchanan is sure election. Near planing Mill. 35-Ly destitute miners at merchants assign. Carrollton i., aug. 16.�? special a John d. Williams a prominent hard War dealer Sherrodsville has assigned. Assets $5000, liabilities considerably less. J As. P. Davis Dell Roy Assignee. No work has been done in Sherrodsville mines for nearly two months and a number families Are in destitute press now let the humane agent who has for years preached against those cruel Check get up his had feet and enjoy himself. A the poor horse is not the Only thing that is Check eco these Days. An Indiana Farmer traded his real estate for a Gold Brick that Wasny to Gold the other Day. Still people Are screaming about a a want my prices Are the lowest fruit jars fruit cans and Granite Ware. Burnside a Bazar. S4w2 the republicans had a very Good attendance at their convention saturday for a minority party. Thev no doubt feel that there is a Chance for a break in the democratic ranks they would not have been so enthusiastic. Their ticket is composed Good representative men but there is not a Shadow a Chance for electing any their ticket. The ticket seemed to have been a a Cut and dried one for no one but the slated Fellows had a show. The resolutions required considerable time to hate h and were about As would naturally be expected judging from the demagogue ism that fills the Republican press. To charge that the present depression in business is the a immediate and natural result the popular distrust the policy the National democratic administration and the threatened reduction the Tariff a requires great Cheek and a disregard torte truth. Tie leading Republican journals the land Are earnestly discussing the evil that has caused this financial upheaval the Sherman Silver Bill. Congress is Labouring hard to Settle this vexed question that has grown out Republican legislation. The wheels Industry ran until the Banks locked their vaults against the Borrower. The Republican policy Protection has lured the slums Europe to seek our shores and displace american labourers. This theory has brought about a free Trade pauper labor which is a greater curse to american labourers than free Trade goods. Fall and Winter everybody wears clothing Call and see de. , and get your Choice 2400 pieces. Our Martins have left us. Jim Schroyer is at Chicago. E. Alexander is at Pittsl urge. Miss Lou Wells is in Dennison. Or. Sterki went to Lima monday. Tony Angler is full smiles its a boy. A great Many Pic nicked above Dover sunday. Mrs. Alma Christy has a Fig tree bearing fruit. Chas. Schild Guernsey was Here last week. Turtles now a Days Are getting into the Steward Moore Malvern was in town Friday. George Bippus was at upper Sandusky last week. Mattie Meanor was at Coshocton last week visiting George Baker is in the height his glory a its a girl. Theophilus Morgan and wife Are at the worlds fair. Defaced 3-cent pieces Are being passed As worn dimes. Miss Oberlin Massillon is the guest miss to link. Sinclair Elliott and wife Columbus Are visiting Here. Florence Curry Toledo is visiting relatives in this City. Mrs. Mcelroy and Nellie Patrick Are at the worlds fair. Last wednesday was a a a big Day a among the catholics. Victor Eichel Cleveland is visit ing Nis parents in this City. The relatives Chas Eberhardt Pic necked at City Park sunday. Mrs. Chas. Dick and Little son Herbert Are visiting Clev Elanders. Coloured soldiers will hold a re Union at Delaware sept. 28 and 29. Chas. Mclain was seriously injured in a run a away last thursday. We. Hirst . Wife and babe Cleveland visited Here last week. Sol Gladfelter is the proud possessor a a seedy hat a made to order. Or. Criley Wooster will preach in lutheran Church Sabbath aug. 27. Neely Hochstettler and , Midvale were in town saturday. The members the lutheran Church Helda picnic in City Pari thursday. Russells Canton is. Somerdale a thursday athletic grounds. 3 p. James f Stephenson and wife visited his Mother at Leesville Over Sabbath. Jas. R. Brown Paducah ky., visited his brother Frank at this place last week. We. Martin wife and family Homestead pa., Are visiting in canal Dover. George Dearborn and daughters Emma and Edith went to Chicago wednesday. A movement has been made to have a joint debate Between Neal and Mckinley. Farmers Are being bothered by nocturnal pirates raiding their Corn Fields for roasting ears. We. Laughlin we. Fischel and Patsy Machen Mineral Point were in town saturday. Mrs. Amanda Kal Defibaugh and her Niece miss Deardorff returned saturday from Chicago. Kirkwood w. Flora left monday for Washin ton d. C., to attend Law lectures Success to him. R. O. Vogenitz b. F. Dent we. Ted Rick and j. A. Burris newcomers town were in the City saturday. The anarchist Cranks the product the Republican theory Protection Are the War path in new York. A Small Blaze started the building belonging to Abram Sharp tuesday evening. Water checked its course. Capt Irvine with co. M., 17th N. G. Gave an exhibition Drill at head arters saturday and then left for Chicago. The Ohio canvass will be opened by the republicans the 12th september and by the democrats the 14th. The Pioneer meeting that was held at the Park last thursday was Well attended. Most the addresses were de voted to reminiscences. The ladies the lutheran Church will serve supper and ice Cream at the residence mrs. Fred Lehman and mrs Shott Friday evening aug. 25. On tuesday night last week fire lying about Bray Moore a Sawmill Beaverdam caused him to lost several cords Wood a new Wagon and his Buzz 8a w. Gilmore. Miss Alpha Brown has returned from a pleasant visit with her father in Paducah ky., and spent a week in Chicago. She was accompanied by her father. E. S. Watson Virgil Mccullough Jacob Morris the misses Mccormick and miss Maggie Berkshire went to Freeport thursday to attend the soldiers re Union. Mary j. Young and miss Cora Heff Ling visited relations in Harrison county last week. Miss Nannie Mcconnell is visiting her sister mrs. Or. Heffling. Theo. Lanning and family spent Sabbath Here. Miss Nellie Mcconnell and brother Clyde Tippecanoe Are visiting at their Uncle . D. Heffling a this week. Miss Elva Hiller is at Home for a few Days. Born to Stephen g. Kinsey and wife one Day last week a daughter. Died sunday aug. 13th George dearth a life Long resident this Community and a valued citizen. Interment took place tuesday in West Union cemetery. Also an infant daughter James and Jennie Crouch was interred in same cemetery the Day following. Both bereaved families have the sympathy a Host friends and neighbors in this their sad Day sorrow and mourning. A bitter lost a hand. Amateurs Baltic. Or. And mrs. Smith and mrs. Dresher have returned from the White City Well pleased with the fair j. In Zinkon leaves monday for a visit several Days to Chicago Victor Metzler is spending his vacation at Home. He returns in a few weeks to renew his studies at Oberlin Alonzo and miss Etta Wolf Are spending several Days with parents Here. They return to Canton monday. J. A. Syler has gone Back to his work in new Berlin. His wife leaves also in a few Days miss Spratt Malvern o., spent a week Here lately the guest her old school Friend miss Edith Metzler de. Cappel and Bride Are visiting eds Mother several weeks before going to House keeping. They live in Canton miss Cora Stephan is Home from Scio where she has been attending school. Miss Lucy Madison attended the Coshocton co., Institute last week. Miss Savannah Wolfe has begun school she teaches at Strasburg. Waiter Metzler Jake and Chas. Barthelmeh Chas Kutcher and Orbin Zinkon went Tonew phila., last saturday to see the game base Ball Between Somerdale and an Amateur nine Canton. On Sabbath a party eight our Young ladies and gentle men visited Zoar. Miss Elva Gonter spent several Days with her sister mrs Getz Here last week. A ape Gotty asleep in Jesus. A serious Accident occurred Bea Verdam last thursday while Louis Stecco a head Blockman the Sawmill Bray Moore was handling a log and at the same time was watching a team horses. His left hand was caught in some manner by the saw and literally j torn to pieces. Or. Lewis was sum i Money and found it necessary to amputate the injured member. Elegy in front a Bank. The curfew tolls the Knell parting Day the William Goat w ads slow y Over the Lea the cashier homeward jogs his pleas a t Way and leaves a Little Check let unto me. Now fades the glimmering Greenback from the sight and All the Banks their Silver tightly hold. Save where the broker to relieve the plight someone offers to per cent Gold. Behind those rugged Walls that counter Shade where rests the a a stuff in Many glittering heaps the savings the Workingman Are Laid and it appears that they Are in for keeps. Full Many a plunk purest Jay Serene the dark unfit housed vaults at present Bear full Many a pleasant package Long Green financiers have safely hoarded there. Far from the maddening crowd s ignoble strife the dollars our dads Are Laid away but in just 60 Days you bet your life the paying Teller will begin to . Batted the Little pig skin and batted it hard saturday athletic grounds. Upper Evans Valley items. Fallen leaves. These Dull times it will you to buy your goods at Burnside a Bazar i where you can save Money. 34w2 we Are again called upon to Chron icle the passing away an aged and esteemed citizen in the person John Andres canal Dover at the Ripe old age nearly .80 yrs. Being born in 1813. Deceased was sorely afflicted about 18 years ago going totally Blind. He was a Good Christian Man unusually kind disposition and bore his trouble with great fortitude and was thoroughly resigned to his masters will. Kind and Loving hands administered to him in his last moments which were peaceful and heavenly. He died saturday aug. 19th, and was Laid to rest the follow ing sunday. Revs a. J. Smith and a Baker officiated in an Able and appropriate manner Eulogi zing his Noble and untarnished character As a Dutiful servant the lord yielding everything to him who was his constant Solace and comforter. As a tribute to his goodness a very Large concourse sympathizing friends followed him to his last resting place. He leaves six sons and three daughters and a Large number friends to mourn his departure. Come be disconsolate where a Ere you languish a come to the mercy seat fervently Kneel. Here Tell your anguish Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal. Early the Little son Alison and Eliza Andrews Decatur Adams co., Lii Diania Sank to rest the 13 Day aug. 1s93, aged to month 13 Days. He was a Flower in the Bloom youth but the lord saw that he had use for him in the Bright world above and he said come unto me and rest we feel sad and lonely without him but All we can say is a thy will be done but we have the Assurance that he is at rest in heaven for the Lora has said a suffer Little children to come unto me and forbid them not for such is the kingdom think what Earth is compared with the world to which his Young spirit has winged its Early flight and say if one deliberate with expressed in solemn tones above his bed could Call him Back which us would utter it the parents have the sympathy the Community in this their hour bereavement but we Are assured one fact and that is a they can not Call him Back but they can go to him a and we Hope they will so Jive that when the lord shall Call them Home they will be prepared to meet Little Early in heaven and be United As one unbroken family around gods throne. This Lovely Bud so Young so fair called Home by Early doom just come to show How Sweet a Flower in Paradise could Bloom. A. Whitehair a Melon Cholly Wall. I sit in my Garden at Twilight i sit in my Garden alone and the sob the Breeze and the sigh the Trees mingle in murmur us moan. The wheels the City Are quiet the Gold has died out the West and the silence is deep and the world is asleep and All its children at rest. I sit in my Garden at Twilight i sit in my Garden alone and i wait for the tread a foot that is dead and a form that lies under the Stone. Strange voices i hear in the silence strange eyes peer at me in the gloom but the voice i would hear never comes to my ear it is stilled by the door a Tomb. Strange hands Beckon to me in the gloaming they a lure me away from my woe but my Garden is thronged with the forms that belonged to the Days the dead Long ago they come from the Region stillness they come from the land despair they each Bear a sign from that lost love mine and melt in intangible air. love she sat by my Side to outlier we were when she died. A twas Here in this Gar Den we ate a Melon too Young the doctors in vain gave her stuff to cure pain and her flight to the whence Ness she Wung. I sit with the ghost in my Garden and dream As i pull at my pipe and i vow at the feet the shades that ill eat no melons until they Are Ripe a unknown. Quite a sensation was created in society circles tuesday when it became known that a a Jap Patterson and Ella crites had eloped and were married. It is claimed Ella went to Midvale last Friday and got aboard the c. L. Amp w train there while Patterson boarded the same train Here Tor West Virginia. Miss crites is but 16 years old and consequently could not get a License Here without the consent her parents and they were bitterly opposed to the marriage. They Are now in Pittsburg. Or. And mrs. Crites Are much grieved Over the conduct their daughter. The 5 months old child Jacob and Mary Esch died last wednesday and was buried Friday Parks Philipsburg died the 6th stomach trouble. His was Short duration. He was buried the 9th. Or Michael wherly aged 24 years Philipsburg died the 7th just typhoid fever. Or wherly was a Well respected Young Man and sail the late Henry wherly. He was unmarried and lived with his Mother being her Only support. He was hurried the 9th. The neighbors and friends mrs. Mary Stephan upper Evans Valley in Bucks township gave the Good lady a very pleasant birthday Surprise thursday last it being her 67th birthday. About two Hundred her neighbors including children gathered in tiie Forenoon bringing baskets loaded with All the Good things the season afforded sufficient in amount to feed a Small army. The Fiat band came about noon to join in the merry making. At noon the tables were spread and loaded with viands Ana Sweet meats All kinds when All partook to the full satisfaction the inner Man. The afternoon was devoted to music and innocent amusement. It was a season enjoyment and ail hearts seemed gladdened. When evening came the tables were again spread for the feast. Presents innumerable were Given to mrs. Stephan by the Many guests who hold her in High esteem As a lady Friend. Rev. Lohman Stone Creek was present to give cheer also. The band rendered excellent a music and aided greatly to the enjoyment the occasion. Although the band volunteered their services mrs. Stephan rewarded them Well for their labors. The Day was one Long to be remembered by ail and the writer wishes the kind lady Many More Happy birthdays. Hart Wood. Saturday was a gala Day in this City. Base Ball gos sippers were swarming about pretty much All Day until at 3 00 p. M., when Wackerly a Canton and the Somerdale teams came together athletic grounds to determine which one was the better team the two. Through the management c. D. Grimes the grounds were Well spotted with eager sight seekers. Altogether there must have been five Hundred visitors present and ail were Well pleased wit ii the exciting game. The contestants were in Good trim and full determination throughout. Some Little ill feeling was sprung Between the parties As to the umpires actions during the hotly contested game. Setting aside All difficulties the Somerdale boys away the laurels. At one time it looked As though Wackerly a would win when the Somerdale a Catcher was seriously injured. In trying to catch a fou Quot Ball the left fielder made the attempt also and in so doing the two came together with tremendous Force. The left fielders Elbow struck the Catcher the right Temple inflicting severe Gash three inches Long. A physician being present he was kindly cared for. He was disabled from playing any More that afternoon. Young Ward Dithridge having some practical knowledge Ball Maying was chosen to assist the Somerdale team. He did some extraordinary Good work and received Many highly complimentary remarks. The game was not very easily won but the some Dales got there just the same. Following is the score Somer Dales 200100 5 0 Wacker lyse 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 . Murphy wife and two children arrived at his fathers Joseph Murphy a last Friday. They have been in Kansas for the past five years and Titis is their first return visit. Judging from their looks we think the country agrees with them. Or. Philip Murphy Kansas who has been visiting relatives in this Section for several weeks will return next wednesday. He has been absent about fourteen years but looks Hale and Hearty. Messes. A. Blair j. A. Carruthers j. , j. R. Mcfadden Gibson and Aquilla Dorsey with their lady friends Frances Murphy Nettie Wherley Alada b Kinsey Bernice Rob Inson Zella de Long and Nellie Blair took a pleasant drive last sunday to a delightful Grove below newcomers town where they had a picnic dinner among themselves. There will be ice Cream served at Centenary next saturday evening. Aii Are invited. Or. Solomon Pairish and wife aged respectively 87 and 82 years Hocking county and their son Thomas and wife Vinton county have been visiting relatives in this Vicinity and near Gilmore for several Days and will Start their return to Day monday. Or. Parish . Has a brother . Hamilton Parrish and daughter mrs. R. L. Morris and his wife has a sister mrs. W. R. Nichols no were among the Many relatives visited Here. X y z. Rev. Simon preached his Farewell Sermon in lutheran Church sunday evening he takes charge a Western flock at Sacramento California. Riot has broken Loose in Bombay. Hindoo fanatics Are in Possession. Europeans fleeing from the City. Massacre is the grim vision before their eyes. The government is powerless and help is a3ked for. Personal pointers. A poor Quot Chaser and a sad mistake. Pat Quinn made a mistake sunday afternoon that May cause him to lose his life. In company with a Friend and indulging in a family disturbance water the fluid being Flery he called for a Wash in other words a the supposed bottle Birch Beer was brought Forth when he tipped the bottle and took four five swallows. At that instant he yelled a bloody murder and ran for cold water to Wash out his burning Mouth they Learned in a moment Attiat a bottle concentrated Potash had been stand no behind the counter for Cleau Silig purposes and that he drank irom that bottle. A physician was summoned. Pat is in a precarious condition. Crop conditions. The gossip Gotham. Inconceivable difficulties rapid transit problem. The new York and the Western cities Uncle Dan Rice Rouge for squaws a Potomac Baths a great Opportunity lost. 1 copyright 1893.1 new York rapid transit problems Are difficulties past concept Ion e 1 s a where. Since the capitalist s with singular unanimity refused to have anything to do with the underground Railroad plans everybody turns to the elevated lines. The problem is nothing less than this to carry five Hundred thousand people Baclic and Forth from the business Section to the new wards ten Miles away beyond the Harlem without neglecting the million who still live Manhattan Island. There must be express trains running forty Miles an hour and local trains stopping every half Quarter mile. There must be an East Side and a West Side system with fan like branches across the River. No other City has such a problem. No resident London even must travel ten Miles More for a cheap Home. The elevated lines Are doing a magnificent work for the City but they Are overburdened. When a train draws up at the City Vilall station for a fresh Load passengers if it is summer the waiting throngs use windows As Well As doors in their haste to get in. In Winter the Jam is More decorous and dangerous. People Are crushed beaten tramped upon. Nothing could be worse i would say if it weren to for the Brooklyn Bridge. So Long As Jay Gould was alive his name was like a red rag to a Bull when mentioned to a Good Many Peop 1 e otherwise sensible. Perhaps now that he is dead the elevated people will be allowed to build express tracks along to Weir present lines. Express trains Are a 1-ready run two them. The same privilege two others would help but it would be Only a temporary palliative. Meantime the shameless strikers at Albany Are at their old games. One fellow from up country holds out his itching Palm after having introduced a Bill to reduce the Price an eleven mile ride to three cents. Another wants a five cent rate from beyond the Harlem which is More feasible. And the newspaper kickers Are making All the trouble they can for the companies. The newspapers new York Are less Public spirited than those any other american City. Permanent solution there will be none until one Hundred millions Are expended. Who has it to spend Washington letter. Irom our regular correspondent. Middle drought was broken by local showers the 16tlf in Tome localities they were quite heavy materially improving Corn gardens and All growing crops not too far advanced to be benefited by rain in other sections they were too Light to be much help. Wheat threshing is Well Adya cd and nearly completed in some counties the yield is reported generally from to to 30 bushels per acre though some Fields yield less. Oats yield fairly Well especially that sown Early la e sown not so Good some being damaged by smut and generally Light weight. Corn suffered for rain some Fields being too far advanced to be benefited by the showers that fell during the latter part the week. Clover seed is reported As yielding from 2 to4 bushels per acre Young Clover suffered the most from the drought. Late potatoes Are reported generally Small and but few in a Hill. Tobacco is not what would be desired owing to dry we Eather. Apples Are almost a failure. Peaches pears and plums Are scarce. Buckwheat suffered for want rain. Pastures Are dry and Short. Melons Are ripening tomatoes reported As rotting in some sections transfers Keal estate. Lot Uncle Dan Ilice. I met Uncle Dan Rice the Veteran showman the other Day and was astonished to Sec what a vigorous and Well pre served old gentleman he is. The Day was fiercely cold but he seemed to enjoy it immensely. A i done to like to hear anyone grumbling about this weather a said he Quot think what a Good thing it is for the crops All Over the West. The Frost softens the ground and the Snow covers and protects Winter wheat and new seeded mowing Uncle Dan was nastily dressed with a neat Beaver overcoat and a shiny Beaver the Correct style and looked like anything but a old Man though his Beard is White As Snow for he car Ries hit self with the nervous Energy a Young business Man. The heaviest Man in Congress is John w. Rife Penn Sjo Luvania. A special chair has been provided for him. Alexander Jacques has just completed a fifty Days fast in new York. This exceeds by five Days the Long est fast that has Ever before been endured. By the will mrs. Emily t. Echert More than $500,000 has been distributed among nearly every known institution in Philadelphia for the Relief poverty and distress. S. W. Andreas to Hannah m. Hing Horn 14, Uhrichsville $1. S. W. Andreas Mary e. Brunner 15, Uhrichsville $1. S. W. Andreas to Catharine a. Caves lot 13, Uhrichsville $1. Sheriff we. Adams to John pane 154 acres Mill $3675. Maurice Moody to Mary Ashleman lot to Dennison $250. W. Marlatte a adm a to Adam Miller part lots 14 and 16, and 1 acre Newcomerstown $535. Margaret and Lewis Gardner to Ora e. Wilson lot 75, Newcomerstown 925. John Deis . To the c. Amp m. By. Co. Strip land Dover $800. W. A. Castle to Jeremiah Page 1 35-100 acres Mill $450. John Lambright to Jesse t. Walton strip land Newport $1. Sheriff we. Adams to j. B. Mathias it. Al 105 acres Goshen $181. Maurice Moody to e. Benton lot 6, Dennison $250. S. Mercer to w. E. lot 3, Newcomerstown $1200. A. Beers it. A to we. Mcconnell lot 5, newcomer town $200. R. J. Wharton to j e Gardner part lot 12, Uhrichsville $150. T. A. Packer to s. W. Andreas lot 3, Uhrichsville $200. J. Huston to Clara Means lot 11 part to Dennison $300. J. Huston to g v Mccluskey it Al lot 8 part 9, Dnnison $225. T. P. Greir to d. Mahon lot 7 part 8, Dennison $1000. Theresa Maynard to i. N. Cramer part lot 4, Dennison,$20. Margaret r. Miller to Andrew Seikel 125 acre a Dover $1500. Louis Heller to t. W. Jones lot 5, new Philadelphia $156. Blanks have been received at the probate office this county for the enumeration persons afflicted with epilepsy with a View to their admission to the Ohio Hospital at Gallipolis when the same opens. Times and Farmers Friend $1.00. He it Uge a Ady the Rouge for squaws. An artist who knows Indian life pretty Well tells me that the squaws Are just As vain their personal appearance As Are White women an d spend just As much time upon their toilet though its somewhat differently apportioned. Less Wash and More hair Oil for instance. But the funniest fact gave me was that face paint a it the cheaper varieties finds a r Sale among the Indian women course the fair Minnehaha Plains Are much too civilized to Daub their faces with ochre other crude and Barbaric tints. They get a powder puff and a Box real parisian stuff several imitations removed and Jab the stuff their withered and Coppery Cheeks by the Aid a three cornered bit Mirror filched from the agent s Ash barrel. We Are a progressive nation and the course Empire can to take its Way Westward without hitting the poor Indian a whack once in awhile can it new York anti Chicago. There was a time when Boston claimed to be the literary capital the country. If a Book appeared without the Boston imprint its name was Den failure i mean. Then new York divided the honors getting More than its share after a it Washington d. Cd aug. 18, 1893. Senator Vorhees tumbled Down a Good Many imaginary structures when he asked and obtained the consent the Senate for the finance committee to hold daily meetings while the Senate is in session in order to consider and report a financial Bill. A number industrious liars have been working double time to create the impression that Senater Vorhees and the other democratic members this committee were purposely delaying the consideration by the committee financial Bills that have been introduced. The facts speak for themselves and need no comment. The Senate is now considering the Bill favourably reported by the finance committee and endorsed by Secretary Carlisle authorizing Nati onal Banks to Issue currency to the full amount Bonds they have deposited to secure the same. Senator Cockrell has proposed several amendments to the Bill because his belief that the National Banks already enjoy too Many privileges. But inasmuch As the country is greatly in need the additional currency which would at once be put in circulation were the Bill a Law there is Little doubt that it will be passed without material Ammen Merit. The House has another week Silver debate ahead it before the voting begins the unconditional repeal men appear to grow More confident the result although they admit that if the Rumor which is current that forty fifty the republicans have agreed to vote with the Silver men for the amendment providing for the free coinage Silver at a ratio 20 to 1, shall prove to be True they will he Defeated and the amendment adopted. That Rumor however appears to have a very slender foundation As representative Bland the Silver Leader says he knows nothing about any such arrangements and docs not believe t hat it exists and sex speaker Reed says the republicans the House with less than Twenty exceptions will vote for unconditional repeal. Members the adm i stration were not surprised at the result the Behring 8ea arbitration nor the probable outcome having been received in Advance the dec Sion nor Are they disappointed As the United states comes out it quite As Well As they expected. The fact is that the present administration has never enthused Oyer this particular arbitration and had it not found the whole business arranged for when it assumed office something would have been done in accordance with its own ideas. The decision will course be accepted by this government As final and advices from London bring the same Assurance from the British government so that the Long troublesome dispute May be considered As at an end had the advantages gained by the arbitration As about six Points in favor great Britain to four in favor the United states a congressman speaking the matter said it seems to me that the Rich Seal ring gets More out the arbitration than either the United states great Britain As the prohibition the use fire arms in sealing gives that ring a stronger hold than Eyer upon the business. The Only people who still use the Spear in sealing Are the native alaskans who Are in the employ the Seal ring so you can imagine what the prohibition fire arms Means to the ring. Representative Grosvenor Ohio appears to be in a bad Way. He claimed in a speech made in the House this week that president Cleveland a message to Congress was an Appeal to partisanship. Many things have been said about the message but so far Gres Venor is the Only Man who has been Able to see partisanship in it. During the Harrison administration Grosvenor had to be sent to Europe a government Mission to keep him out mischief and it is a great pity that he can not now be sent somewhere to remain until the financial question disposed . Senator Hill this week introduced a Bill Tor the repeal the Federal election Laws. It is Short and to the Point and will in due time be passed. Speaker Crisp says and there is certainly no better authority that All the talk about this that Man for the chairmanship this that important House committee is pure Guesswork he has not made up his own mind consequently it would be an impossibility for anybody to say what he intends doing. As soon As he gets the members satisfactorily assigned the committees will de announced. It has been stated Here this week that president Cleveland was unalterably opposed to any Compromise and desired Congress to either unconditionally repeal the purchasing clause that Styrman Law to let it alone your correspondent vainly endeavoured to find a democratic senator representative who had personal knowledge that such Are . Cleveland a sentiments. That he would prefer unconditional repeal is certain but that he voted i do not believe. Ladies line hand turned Button shoes almost Given away. Aii those ladies Fine $5.00 Patent foxed Button. Hough so r re 5 Fine $4.00 Button u Quot Quot is Fine $4-�Button j. Amp t. Cousin s line $4.00 Button w. Minor s Fine $4.00 Button and Many other Little lots All placed our bargain table at Only �>2 .00 a pair. Only s2.00. Look them Over Early As possible while we have All sizes. This Sale strictly for Cash. E. R. Parmelee the shoe dealer 116 East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. Republican county convention. Wood 01 Uarie Ston a Ngy land has a Brood White blackbirds a fact which is vouched for by several prominent ornithologists and naturalists. Tiie Giraffe is gradually disappearing in some parts Africa. Where it was no uncommon thing to see herds eighty some years ago it is now a rarity to see a Herd More than Twenty Strong. New York City boasts a cat which patronize the soda water Fountain a drug store sixth Avenue. Some time ago Quot Pussy discovered that the Cream the Fountain suited her taste and she has a habit going up to the counter and waiting until it is served with her favorite flavor in her own particular Saucer. Cats Large and Small make the most careful toilet any class animals excepting some the opossums. The Lions and tigers Wash themselves in exactly the same manner As the cat wetting the dark India rubber like Ball the fore foot and the inner toe and passing it Over the face and behind the ears. The foot is thus at the same time a face sponge and Brush and the rough Tongue Combs the rest the body. Heart trouble stomach disorders nervousness results from the use tobacco and opium. Hills Chloride Gold tablets Are positive cures Aii druggists sell them. On to count the Cook amp Whilby a shows at Uhrichsville aug. 30, the c l. Amp w. Will sell tickets at 45 it it. Round trip. On account the West Virginia exposition and state fair at Wheeling w. Ya., sept. 4, 5, 6, 7 and amp the c. L amp w. Will sell tickets for $2.55 round trip. Reduced rates to Akron o., sept. 4 5, 6 and 7, 011 account the Young Peoples Christian Union and Eastern Ohio conference the United Breth Ren Church. Fred Renner will give one his pop ular dances m Alex Gontero shall at Baltic sept. 2nd. Done to fail to attend the republicans Tuscarawas county held their convention saturday in Eagle Hall. Or. De. Bailey was chosen chairman the convention and prof. Cronebach Secretary. After the appointment committees the convention adjourned until afternoon. Considerable interest was manifested among republicans and More than the usual attendance was noticeable. About half past one clock balloting begun. Or. J. F. Stephenson was nominated for probate j Edge by acclamation. Wesley m. Tracy Mineral Point and m. Crawford Westchester were announced As candidates Lor representative. The ballot resulted in favor Tracy and he was declared the nominee. The names col. Hilt Dover . Gooding Gilmore Lyman Hardman Uhrich Ville and a . Strawn were announced As candidates for clerk court. The first ballot Hildt 48 Gooding 48 Hardman 85 Strawn 25. The name the latter was then withdrawn. Second ballot Hildt 62 Gooding 52 Hardman 93. Gooding being the lowest his name was dropped. Third ballot Hilt 68 Hardman 139. Hardman was declared the nominee. Treasurer was the next office in the order business and we. Hochst Eti Sugarcreek township As announced As a candidate and quiere being 110 other name he wan nominated by acclamation. For sheriff the name we. Adams the present incumbent it As announced and his nomination was made by acclamation for recorder the names we. T. More Mill township j. F. Romig Warwick and a. Naragon Dover were announced. First ballot Naragon 112 Romig 59 Moore 36. Naragon receiving the majority All the votes cast was declared the nominee. John s. Graham inc Philadelphia and j. Castle Dennison entered the race for prosecutor. The ballot stood As follows Graham 136 Castle 58. Graham was declared the Winner. For county commissioner . A w. Oliver Uhrichsville and Samuel Kline Bolivar off ered their names. The ballot resulted Kline 122 Oliver 85. We. English Perry township was then nominated by acclamation for in srmary director Long term and Wesley Cummins Union township for Short term. Frank Miskimin Oxford was then nominated for Surveyor. The convention resolutions not having reported for want time to deliberate the report was then called and read. Resolutions As follows we the republicans Tuscarawas county in convention assembled desire to announce the following As our position in the coming Campaign there fore be it resolved a first that we reaffirm the platform and principles the Republican party As set Forth by its National convention in 1892, and the platform the republicans Ohio a. Adopted at their recent convention. Second that we heartily endorse the Wise and business like administration that great exponent Protection. Governor William Mckinley and hereby reaffirm our endorsement the Mckinley Tariff Law As a measure Beneficent in every respect in the establishment new industries the remunerative employment All labor the opening and establishing new markets for the products the farm up to the time the inauguration the present democratic administration. Third that we look with dismay upon the present depression in All avenues Trade and we hereby affirm and declare that the same is the immediate and natural result the popular distrust the policy the National democratic administration and the threatened reduction the Tariff. Fourth that we Call upon All labourers in this crisis our country to rally to the party that has always stood for America and american citizens native and naturalized As against those Here sies democracy free Wool free raw materal and a Tariff for Revenue Only. Fifth that we condemn the present management the pension department As unworthy a great free Republic unpatriotic and contrary to the letter and spirit the Law. That we condemn the order Hoke Smith suspending pensioners from the Roll As an insult to every Union Soldier and a disgrace to the country. Sixth that we believe that there is necessity for Reform in the administration county affairs that expenses and taxes should be reduced and we hereby pledge the candidates the Republican party for county offices that they will exert themselves if elected to promote such reforms As will relieve the burdens the tax payer Anil assure efficiency honesty and Economy in county administration. Seventh that we pledge the candidates this Day nominated our United Earnest and untiring support. Geo. In Hildt chairman t. R. Woodborne Secretary

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