Page 1 of 28 Aug 1894 Issue of New Philadelphia Times in New-Philadelphia, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 28 Aug 1894 in New-Philadelphia, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The New Philadelphia Times.

Browse New Philadelphia Times
  • new-philadelphia-times page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • new-philadelphia-times page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • new-philadelphia-times page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • new-philadelphia-times page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 28 Aug 1894 New Philadelphia Times in New-Philadelphia, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 28, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1.600. tember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday August 23, 1894. Number 35. Democratic ticket. For auditor Edgar a. Walter Goshen twit Thip. For county commissioner Adam Stocker Salem township. For infirmary director George Crater. Dover township. For Coroner Joseph h. Hostetler Dover township. For Congress. James a. D. Richards. Tuscarawas county. For circuit court judge s. M. Hunter Licking to Mutt. Debs is to go the lecture platform at the rate $100 a lecture to Tell his poor deluded followers How they did not succeed in the late strike. The mysterious conferences and journeys to new York and Washington by Foraker is agitating and alarming the Mckinley ites. They want Joseph to be More open and above Board. The fight for women a suffrage in the new York general Assembly has at last come to a final settlement by the women being knocked out by a vote 97 to 58. Poor dears they should try again but be sure their men first. A number Republican sheets Are now claiming that the shortage and High prices for Corn is Laid to the democratic tinkering the Tariff. Some time ago they were growling about it being too Low the same issues the Tariff. It seems they done to know what they want Only know How to kick and kick continually from Force habit. The new York world Speaks wisely and truthfully when it says a when 4,074 men can absorb under Twenty years Protection Over one fifth the total wealth the United states Protection must be a benefits to them. But when there Lias been no increase in the per capita wealth and All they have acquired has been a Mere change from other pockets to their own it is time that the latter kicked Over the pail the milking Stool and the two thousand anarchists Are to be immediately deported from Italy. As the italians have a grudge against our government they May attempt to land them in this country. It has almost come to be a settled policy several the Continental countries to Send their Riff Raff and criminals to these shores including socialists and anarchists. This government shows itself the biggest chump in the world if it is any longer to be made the dumping ground the refuse the world. Measure after measure has been brought up in nearly every Congress to some extent As How to Best remedy this great evil but nothing is done but make Laws in which Loop holes Are left to crawl through. It is to be hoped that Congress will do something if not in this in the coming one. The temper the people this question discloses a determination to make immigration an Issue in the coming election a and it cannot be too soon. A Large number those deluded men who deserted the old Railroad orders for the new fad a. U., Are beginning to realize that jumping to the new from the old is not what is cracked up to be. They Are begging to be taken Back into the fold acknowledging they did wrong swept away by the excitement attending the great strike and Promise in the future to stand by the old orders. The Many luring baits and promises thrown out by the leaders the a. not materialized and they now see that it was a Money making scheme to elevate some the leaders to Fame so they could gain notoriety As lecturers. The C., b. T., b. L. F., r. T., and b. L. E., did not go into countenance the strike they had no grievances and told their men to stand firm those who went out Are now seeking jobs while their fortunate Brethren adhered to the Wise admonishment their leaders Are reaping the benefits As trusted employees. It will be a warning we Hope in the future to let these mushroom orders alone and let them die in infancy. The Beo Zachter in a recent Issue put the following question a do the Ohio Democrat and the times know that we Are to have an election this fall do these democratic ? organs intend to leave the election entirely to the Republican newspapers a Well Well we would respectfully inquire when the Beo Zachter Rose to such a High degree democratic virtue that it would have a right to dictate to other papers we think we have read the pages political history Tuscarawas county when the editor the Beo Zachter did not sing out the same Book he now uses. Perhaps Beriah Wilkins could refresh his memory. It was considered highly proper then for the times if it did not Swallow All the political robbery the Bosses. Why this great change with the Beo Zachter if the Beo Zachter wants to know we will Tell it just Why democrats Are not dancing to the tune a Yankee we also would respectfully inquire wherein the Ohio Democrat and times Are wanting in their democracy a diagnosis the Case would probably be beneficial in applying the remedy. Criticism comes with poor Grace from the Beo Zachter. The times has always advocated the True democratic doctrine and intends to do so still. It does not however intend to be dictated to by those who themselves aided the Bosses in wrecking the democratic party in Tuscarawas county. It May be necessary to review the primary Campaign in Goshen township a year ago. As the Beo Zachter office has English Type we Hope any reference to the times will be set up in it. Local melange. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Bring us your Job printing. Job printing at the times office. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker miss Gertrude Spence went to Scio monday. Or. Harry Kurtz is Home a Short visit. Miss Belle Bariy is the guest her brother de. Baily. Miss Millie Niles is the guest friends in Coshocton. Harry Sutton spent the past week with friends in this City. Mary Otis left wednesday for Alliance to visit her sister. Mrs. Edward Ellis Cleveland is visiting her Mother and sister. Miss Nellie Hoover is visiting relatives and friends in Coshocton. Judge Douthitt and daughter Mildred Are taking a ten Days Outing. I. Hendershott and wife Leroy Are guests friends in this City. J. M. Custer has sold his East Avenue residence to w. P. Wells. Elmer Lehn Tuscarawas left for Cleveland tuesday his wheel. John Kensli Columbus visited his sister mrs. Jean p. Niles last week. Miss Bess Custer returned Home monday after a visit several weeks at Hopedale. Misses Blanche Smith and Emma Brown Uhrichsville attended the Institute. See the summer suiting at David Maurera a High St. 18-3m i. H. Rondely has sold his grocery Stock to Deis amp Fertig canal Dover. Theo. Morgan and wife spent a few Days the past week with friends in Massillon. Miss Virginia Fribley returned to her Home in Washington i. C., wednesday. Miss Oneta Wells is spending a week visiting friends at Tippecanoe Harrison county. Sam fagely near Blakes Mill is very Low dropsy. His recovery is doubtful. Or. J. M. Smith and family drove Over to Harrison county sunday to visit his parents. Frank Rhinehart Cambridge spent sunday in this City with his parents High Street. Miss Vera Fowler Youngstown is the guest the family t. O. Pritchard this City. Roland Kurtz has returned from magnetic Springs this state greatly improved in health. John Rodgers and wife this City Are visiting friends in new Comers town this week. Miss Lou Wells returned saturday after a visit several Days with acquaintances in Dennison. Mrs. Cora Forsythe Renselear ind., is visiting at the the Home her father . H. Smith. Or. H. B. Mitchell Canton spent the Sabbath with his father h. K. Mitchell in this City. Mrs. John Hance started for Chicago wednesday morning with her Niece miss Eleanor Patterson. Mrs. Johnw. Kinsey left for Washington yesterday to visit her husband who is in Uncle same a service. H. Burnside returned saturday after a weeks trip at Columbus Ohio and Buffalo n. Y. On business. Mrs. J. H. Dell Uhrichsville visited friends in new Philadelphia during the past . Miss Leona Page Uhrichsville is visiting the Home miss Florence Ecker at canal Dover and this City. Fred Torgler has bought a lot we. Knisely North Broadway and will at once erect a new House thereon. Miss Lizzie Linn returned to her Home in Steubenville monday after a pleasant visit with her Brothers in this City. Miss Margaret Hay returned to Lancaster o., last thursday after a Short vacation at her Home North Broadway. Prof. W. H. Ray and wife Carrollton attended the reunion the 98th regiment in Uhrichsville last thursday. The thirty first annual meeting the Eastern Ohio ministerial association the disciple Church will be held in Youngstown aug. 28-30. George Fisher died at his residence tuesday afternoon jaundice. He had been sick for several weeks he was about 70 years old. Simon Gilgen and family returned Home after a weeks rust Cating in Camp at Gnadenhutten. They report plenty game and Nice time. Charles Nickles and wife Cambridge who have been visiting their parents in this City returned Home monday accompanied by miss Edna Nickles. If you want flooring siding ceiling sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East Ray Street. 15tf mrs. Pratt Portsmouth who has been visiting her daughter mrs. Baggs the past month returned with Little Howard last week to their Home. Mrs. B. Phelphs and Friend Mas. M. B. Stutson Nashville Tennessee were guests . S. Of Donnell and j. H. Boothe and family last week. You can get Board room and rented books at Franklin College new Athens Ohio for $1.80 to $2 per week. Term begins september 3d catalogue free. Lyman Hardman clerk courts has rented the Buell property Broadway and will move his family therein next week. We Welcome them to our town. Professor Joseph Welty assisted by some his friends gave a delightful old time Musicale at his Home monday eve in Honor Simon Williams. Miss Ida Wyss returned monday from a two weeks visit in Cleveland and is again at her Post at the general delivery in the Post office. Miss Maggie Scott has returned from a three weeks visit with miss Hattie and Chester stands in Columbus. Miss Nina Lytle Chicago who has been the guest . L. Savidge and family the past few weeks left wednesday for Newcomerstown and Cambridge. John e. Joss and will Dodd Are taking a Little vacation in Holmes county this week. Will leaves for Cadiz Kentucky the last the week to teach school. John a. Houges barn near Westchester was destroyed by fire Friday last. A spark from tie threshing machine fired the Structure. One horse and a lot Grain were destroyed. Frank Glass died in Cleveland sunday last cancer in the Stom ache. His body was brought Here monday to the residence his father. John Glass and was buried tuesday at Brandywine. Call Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia for bargains in no. 1 Shade and fruit Trees. His Trees Are the Best varieties All grafted budded. He Sells cheap. Of the democratic state Central committee has decided that the state convention shall be held in Columbus september 18 and 19th. Hon. Frank Hurd Toledo was chosen temporary chairman and James Mcnally Youngstown temporary Secretary. The Branch store e. Alexander this place located at Coshocton was entered Friday night through a rear door and a Large amount clothing hats and other goods taken. No clue to the thieves. The Wooster Baptist association and sunday school convention will be held in the new Philadelphia Baptist Church wednesday thursday and Friday aug. 29, 30 and 31, 1894, at 10 30 a. M. We cordially invite All to be present. Edson l. Kennedy and wife Cincinnati accompanied by mrs. H. J. Church Mother the latter from Denver Colorado arrived saturday a visit with father j. L. Kennedy. A family reunion was held Sun with All present. A fellow by the name John car rans was arrested at Dennison last week and lodged in jail the charge robbing Johnson Quillens residence and one the hotels in West Uhrichsville. He is said to belong to Pittsburgh. The populists in convention assembled at Columbus Friday last nominated w. Loyd canal Dover for Congress for this District Rankin was knocked out notwithstanding he had the endorsement Tuscarawas county. Who was there to mourn for Rankin the Sheet Iron Mills no. 2, 3 and 4, after being Idle for 3 months account two Large Spur wheels being broken started up this week. The company had them cast solid steel this. Time and put them in place last Eek the Mills Are in better shape now than Ever. The fourth conference the Christian Endeavor Tuscarawas county will hold their annual meeting in the m. Church Newcomerstown August 30th and 31st. An interesting program has been arranged and an instructive session will be assured. All Christian Endeavor people Are invited. The convention the women a foreign missionary society new Philadelphia District which is to meet at Freeport aug. 25 and 26, will be full entertainment and instruction to All. Good papers Good speeches and music will be Given at every session. The opening session will be held saturday August 25,.at 2 p. M. The exercises will continue Over sunday. For a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m the reunion the 126th has not been postponed a year but Only changed from Gnadenhutten Ohio August 30, to Carnegie pa., sept. 11 and 12. Special rates All railroads. It is expected that All absent ones will kindly write a letter to the Secretary , Bellaire Ohio. These letters Are read at reunions and appreciated by the comrades. The Long drouth was broken Here saturday night and sunday by a Nice rain. The Western states were blessed with rain several Days ago. If we have rain from now there will be an average about % a crop Corn. There being an abundance wheat the Stock can be easily wintered by most Farmers without a great sacrifice. James Carns new Cumberland sold his Wool last week after the passage the Tariff Bill putting Wool the free list at 20 cents per la. Wool has since raised to 22 cents. Wool buyers have either a Bun coed the Wool grower by their Hue and cry Over the Tariff else free Wool is the cause the Rise. The Farmer Sho fld note these things and make a study this Tariff question. I r. Lewis steam blooded Bays got away from him one Day last week As he was going from the buggy around to tie them and ran away smashing the buggy tearing the harness to pieces and cutting the Arm one badly. The team came in Contact with a Dover City team As it stood the Street causing them to run away. No one was Hurt except . Lewis when he was jerked to the ground received a Cut the leg. Charles Meyers Aud Frank Walton Nineva this county., wish to answer John a. Wagner who had the query in the Dover advocate As to who could beat his product wheat 10 acres�?300 30 bushels to the acre. The former sowed 5 acres and threshed 202 bushels�?10 2-5 bushels per acre and . Walton sowed 6 acres and threshed 247 Bush is Quot by weight 41 1-6 bushels per acre. They now want to know who can beat that. A new association formed by the bar this county to establish a lawyers Library. A meeting the Tuscarawas county bar was held in the common pleas court room the evening the 16th inst and an organization was affected with judge Stephenson As chairman and f. S. Romig As Secretary. They adopted a Constitution and elected officers. The association is for the purpose raising a Law Library and will be known As the Tuscarawas Library association. No one but an attorney can be a member. J. Wilkins was then elected president judge Barnhill vice president e. M. Bailey Secretary j. W. Yeagley treasurer j. G. Patrick de. Douthitt h. H. Porter f. S. Romig and p. S. Olm Stead they with the Secretary and president will form the Board trustees who will Purchase the books and have them ready for next term court. This is a very necessary step for the bar. The next jury men. The following is the list jurors that have been selected for the september term court and jurors. Simon p. Troendly Bucks to. John Ramsey Lawrence to. Perry to. Goshen to. Rush to. Auburn to. Rush to. Dover to. Mill to. Franklin to. John Watson James Balliot James h. Sproull John Gerber James Barclay George b. Deardoff t. J. Evans t. S. Gordon Thomas Richardson Sugarcreek to Samuel Stetler Dover to. John b. Mathias Goshen to. G. W. May Sandy to. John Leggett Union to Petit jurors. Salem to. Goshen to. Jacob Adams b. P. Scott Leonard w. Bair John Tracy Samuel Welsh Oscar e. Hunt t. Leins Charles helter Daniel Reiss Edward Eggan Arnold Gatchett n. W. Senhauser Thomas Wright h. H. Houk Charles w. Save any George Dunn Andrew j. Huffman Elijah Jennings Franklin to. Goshen to. Mill to. Mill to. Sandy to. Rush to. Dover to. Warren to. Goshen to. Goshen to. Mill to. Rush to. Goshen to. Goshen to. Bucks to. Wayne to. Crop prospects. The weather during the week has been warm and dry generally with Cool nights. Local showers fell the 12th, 14tli and 15tli in some localities but were too Light to do much Good. The Sunshine was above the average and continued to parch vegetation. Corn Low lands and Black soil is earing fairly Well but the Outlook for the crop is not at All encouraging Upland Corn and that Clay soil is almost beyond redemption the estimated yield not exceeding 10 bushels to the acre. Pastures All dried up and Farmers Are cutting Corn for feed and Are Al so feeding wheat to the Stock. Clover is Short and thin ground but is fairly Well filled. Potatoes will not exceed two thirds an average crop and Are too far gone now to be benefited much by Rains. Wheat continues to thresh out Well and Oats fairly Well. Apples continue to drop crop Light. Peaches and pears Light crop and falling some. Grapes fair. All fruit ripening some prematurely. Gardens Are in poor shape suffering much from the drouth. The ground is most too dry for much fall blowing blowing for wheat however is being done to a limited extent. Water is getting very scarce in Wells and streams. Tuscarawas and potatoes suffering for want rain. Potatoes past redemption and will not be half a crop. Some blowing for wheat. Tomatoes rotting. Pastures scarce. Peaches drying up. Grapes poor. Threshing Well along. Be your guard. There is a Chap two Slick Fellows now raking in the Money from unsuspecting Farmers who Deal with them. The Fellows carry a full line Cali Coes dress stuff some kind and sell them at Low prices Tak a Small Advance in Money and then taking note for balance take note for All. So far so Good but the note turns up in a Short time calling for sums All the Way from $50 to $100. People out in the Western part the state Are dancing to pretty music from Banks holding these notes. They Are working East. Give them a warm reception in fact show them the door at once and inform them you do your trading with your Home merchants. Look out for them. Pass them around Brethren. Our Public schools. Our schools will open Mon Day september 3, 1894. All teachers Are requested to meet at Central building wednesday morning August"29, at 8 clock. All pupils who have not been classified and All who failed in their examinations last year will be Given another test wednesday August 29, at 8 30 a. M. Pupils from All parts the City should report at Central building. Teachers and superintendent request parents to interest themselves in this work so As to secure for our schools As Well As for our pupils the very Best results. teachers should bring last years record examinations attendance Etc pupils should bring their report cards. G. Maurer supt schools. Democratic state convention. Head a res democratic state Central committee Columbus o., aug. 15, 1894. The democrats Ohio Are requested to meet in Delegate convention in the City Columbus o., tuesday and wednesday sept. 18 and 19, 1894, to place in nomination candidates for the following offices Secretary state. Judge supreme court. State school commissioner. Member Board Public works. The basis representation to said convention is one Delegate for each 500 each fraction 250 Over the number votes cast for Grover Cleveland for president in 1892. All the delegates to the state convention shall be individually selected by the several counties and reported to the committee credentials As mass delegations will not be recognized. The democrats each and every county Are requested to select their local committee and report the same to the chairman the state Central committee before september 1. This report should include the names and Post office addresses each precinct and Ward committeeman and the name and Post office address the chairman and Secretary the executive Campaign committee for the ensuing year. Tuscarawas county will be entitled to 11 delegates. Base Ball. The Martins ferry base Ball team played three games with the Home boys last week. They have their own camping outfit and coming a Day two in Advance they decided to play thursday. The picnic prevented a big attendance but a Good game was played. Cordray pitched a great game for the Home team striking out 10 men. He will do Well to keep it up. The r. were shut out till the 7th innings then made 2 runs and 3 in the 8th. The score 11030 0�?8 00023 0�?5 More closely con Britton was in the Box for the r. , but the m. found the Ball in great shape and Only the splendid out Fielding saved the game. Several Fine catches were made in left Field. The score m. Ferry0 0 1 1 0 1 2 2 0�?7 r. E.�?Ts�?~0 003 5000�?8 the game saturday was a walk Over for the visitors. After the 4th innings the r. could not make even play As they would. The game attracted close attention the whole Way through. Patton the 2nd baseman for the m. , was a whole team himself. The heat kept Many from enjoying the splendid game. Saturdays score m. Ferry 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 5 4�?14 r. . 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1�?5 the grounds Are in Good condition now and we look for More Good games soon. News gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. Canal Dover. Mrs. Yearling and daughter and daughter in Law mrs. Y Earling Wheeling w. Va., Are listing de. Koehler and factory Street. Canal Dover electric Light co. Has Given notice to its patrons that the Price All lights would be advanced at once. A number patrons will also at once order the discontinuance their lights. The happiest Man Earth is Leanord Webber. It is a boy. J. M. Sharp factory Street Toby Man has moved his family from Stuberville. We Welcome his family Here. Wallie Schoelles entertained a number his friends in Honor his 22d birthday last Friday evening. Refreshments were served and All spent a pleasant time. The Brooklyn school House is about completed. Daniel Kurtz is visiting friends in Cambridge this state. Miss Cora Norman Coshocton is visiting miss Ewing North fourth Street. Saturday was Day at the canal Dover rolling Mills. $18,000 was paid out. M. Ferry2 0 1 r. 0 0 0 the game was tested Friday. Look out for hummels Oil and gasoline modern delivery Wagon. 33tf real estate transfers. Jacob Rennecker to Susanna Beans 1-5 acre Goshen $500. Philip p. Of Brakebill to Benjamin Brakebill lot 229, Uhrichsville $1000. John Wiseman to John Doerschuk lot 17, Dover $900. G. H. Beans to Simon Nardelli lots 5 and 6, Barnhill $175.06. Claribel Herron to a. W. Herron 40 acres Union $1800. Oscar Londquist to c. H. Mizer part lot 2, Lowville $1850. Mary Blair it Al to Lillie Prince 10 acres Sandy $200. W. Staneart to Elizabeth Stan Eart 1>� acres Dennison $1300. A. Tufford to John Mccullough 3 acre Newcomerstown $125. Maurice Moody to Henry and Annie Totten part lots 12 and 13, Dennison $250. Samson Rennels to w. App lot 19, Bolivar $500. J. W. Huston to Mary h. Kelley lot 3 North % 4, Dennison $267. Henrietta Zimmerman to s. Hensel 4% acres new Philadelphia $800. Sheriff Adams to P. Naylor 78 acres Rush $804. L. Gilmore to w. W. Wallace lot 16, Dennison $1000. Gardner amp Johnson to l. H. Gump lot 6, Dennison $175. Edwards Holden to Elizabeth Holshoy strip land Sandy $250. Adam Lanzer jr., to d. G. Moo maw 1 84-100acres, Jefferson $565.75 the american f. A. Clay co. Ridgway Burton co., Stone Coal Sandy $600. Sheriff Adams to g. W. Getz lot 10, new Philadelphia $700. S. A. Kline to to Lucretia Marks % acre Franklin $70. Harvey Mccue it Al to Mary m Jackson lot 10, Dennison $1500. Ann e. Simmers to William Barr 76-100 acres Warwick $60. P. Peters it Al to Jesse Harper 3 acres Dover $300. Mary j. Dent to j. M. Johnson lot 102, Newcomerstown $200. V. S. Mckinzie to Walton amp Ackey lot 115, Blakes Mills $450. Sheriff Adams to c. H. Lebold 87 40-100 acres Sandy $2350. W. H. Cordner to Mary Allens Worth lot 24, Dennison $160. Questions answered. I have received numerous letters inquiry in regard to the new Philadelphia Street fair asking for Premium lists Etc. I take this Opportunity to answer these parties that As soon As the list is published they will receive one. Also we Hope soon to be Able to publish the list in our town papers. John c. Joss president. Births. Tom Harris and wife a Fine baby girl tuesday. we. Gammeter and wife a ten Pound girl saturday. Fred Torgler and wife York town a girl Friday. Patrick Kirk and wife Goshen saturday a boy. We will sell All summer dres it goods and carpets at a great sacrifice from now until september 15 and All other goods at a a hard times prices. Call at our store and con Vince yourself. 34-2 John h. Kinsey. A deserving work messes Clement Mcanall and s b. Nelson it. Gilead Ohio respectable and honorable Farmers that Vicinity Are canvassing this county Selling Karner amp Clarks farm record a work for keeping simple and Correct account Allex Pendi Tures indebtedness credits Field and Stock records and other accounts this is a Book every Farmer should have. It would enable him to see just where he stands at the end the year. The Book is simple and any Farmer can keep his own record. These gentlemen come Well recommended and Are not imposters. They will have several agents in the Field who will shortly Call the Farmers 36-2 correspondence. Gilmore. Fowler and wife Uhrichsville Are visiting his parents i. N. Fowler and wife. Miss Zella Morris Rock called miss Laura Mccollough saturday evening. Misses May and Cora Helling visited Lemuel Murphy and wife and attended the lecture a a from Cradle to Crown a delivered by Rev. J. Shepherd at Hartwood Church thursday evening. Theo. Lanning and wife attended the picnic Here and remained Over sunday the guests his a it Arents. A d. Linard and wife d. B. Rankin and daughters Lillie and Ivy attended the Demorest contest at Gnadenhutten saturday evening. Miss Lillie was one the unsuccessful contestants. Rev we. L. Baldwin preached in the m. Church sunday eve. Born to j. W. Curby and wife saturday aug 18, 1894, a daughter. Prof. George helter and wife visited the latter a brother in Law and sister Frank Kinsey and wife saturday evening. Our Union picnic held in Parker a Grove one mile North town saturday last was unanimously pronounced a decided Success notwithstanding efforts were made by a few feeble minded individuals to cause it to be a failure. Prof represented the d. Of and g. A. Rev. We l. Baldwin represented the m. P. Sunday school and a gentleman from Tiffin whose name we did not learn represented the . Order. The k. Of were not represented. The Ball game Between the k. Of and . Order resulted in favor the k. Of 35 to 15. Bitter Sweet. Baltic. The festival held at Baltic saturday night aug. 18, met with grand Success. Miss Lottie Hoffman who visited her Home last week has again returned to new Philadelphia. This is very pleasant weather we Are having. Miss mide Forney intends to visit friends at Canton a few Days next week. Miss Lizzie b. Hoffman will leave for Scio in a few weeks to attend school in music. Wishing you Success Lizzie. Why boys did Coshocton scare you out playing base Ball done to give up at that you la beat them the next time Coshocton can to play Ball. Our leading Milliner miss s. Forney intends to spend a week in the whole Sale House this fall at Cleveland Some the Shanesville boys attended the festival at Baltic saturday night and reported having such an excellent time. Girls did they Ever get left. Leopold and Ruth. The entertainment at Eagle Hall last thursday evening was Well attended the teachers especially Quot taking advantage it. It opened with the quarrel Between Brutus and Cassius in costume by Leopold and Ruth their Rich deep voices bringing out the dramatic eloquence Shakespeare. Ruth a humorous selections in costume were a source amusement to All present. Leopold a selections were a class that showed him to be Well up in elocution although most them were Given in rate that was too rapid for Clear articulation. The ghost scene from Hamlet had to be committed account stage facilities. Taking it altogether the entertainment was satisfactory and no doubt but that Many the teachers took notes that will help them in their school work during the coming term. The soldiers picnic. The soldiers picnic at springers Park Las thursday was Well attended the Soldier boys were there in Large numbers and All seemed to enjoy the occasion. Captain Mcclure Rev Hart. Rev. Winters Rev. Scutt and others addressed the audience and All made Happy hits. There were several thousand people present. A Good Supply eatables had been brought which was ample for All visitors. Good music was furnished for the occasion. This picnic was a Green spot in the pathway the old soldiers Long to be remembered. We Hope they May All live to enjoy the blessings this world for Many years. How interesting it is to read a paper and find the editorial Page filled with a a Roth a calling the other Fellows All sorts names. That kind a Campaign is what is called a a a Bluff a that is nothing Worth thinking about is Ever said no real arguments Are brought Forth nothing but personal Gazette. The times has been censured by some extreme partisans for not running that kind a Sheet. We can see nothing to be gained by it. Washington letter. President Cleveland does not like the Senate Tariff Bill any Quot better than he did when he wrote that letter to chairman Wilson few Good democrats do but like the sensible Man that he is he prefers it to the Mckinley Law and has according to the Best obtainable information made up his mind that it shall become a Law but has not yet fully decided whether he will sign it allow it to become a Law without his signature nor whether he will Send another special message to Congress the subject urging the passage at Elfis session the separate House Bills providing for free Coal Iron Ore and barbed wire. So far As the action the Senate is concerned it makes Little difference what the president May do As enough Republican senators have gone away from Washington to Brake a quorum and they left for that very purpose so As to make sure that the Senate could not pass any other Tariff Bills. Secretary Quot Carlisle has written a letter to senator Harris showing that the Revenue to be derived from the Tariff sugar is absolutely necessary Quot to avoid a deficit in the Treasury for this fiscal year and stating that if the Bill for free sugar which passed the House with Only 11 opposing votes is passed by the Senate some other Bill to raise the $43,-000,000 which it is estimated will be collected foreign sugar must also be passed. That letter has made the passing the free sugar Bill out the question even if the Senate were in a position to do it notwithstanding the fact that a majority the Senate favors free sugar. Secretary Quot Carlisles letter contained the latest revised estimates the revenues the government under the Senate Tariff Bill. The total estimated receipts Are $378,000, xxx and the expenditures $363,000,000. An estimated surplus $15,000,000 is entirely too Small to stand any further reduction. The Wisdom the House in accepting the Senate amendments to the Tariff Bill although it involved a seeming surrender the part the House is becoming More apparent every Dayr. It is now Clear As Day that there was a plot to prevent any Tariff legislation at All and that Only the prompt action the House democratic caucus prevented its being carried out. Had senator Hills Resolution directing the Senate conferees to report a disagreement to the Senate been adopted before the House acted it would have been followed by a motion to postpone the whole matter until next december and the motion would have been carried. Senator Vest in a speech defending the Senate from the numerous charges made against it in connection with Tariff legislation said a men said the question was Between the Wilson and the Senate Bill. That statement was As false As the assertion that this was a democratic Senate. On the question Tariff Reform it never was and never can be a democratic Senate As at present constituted. The question was Between the Senate Bill and the Mckinley Law. There the Choice was to be made and every one conversant with the situation knew that is As Plain As it could be made. Senator Walsh is a Good Democrat and a Good editor. Hence his advice is Good. Heays a the democratic press should use its influence to create a just Public opinion As to the real merits tie Senate Bill. When properly Quot presented As the Best measure Tariff Reform attainable the conservative sentiment the country Quot will Settle Down to the conviction that very substantial Progress has been made in the direction real Tariff Reform and Freer Trade among that is the proper Way to look at it. The Senate Bill is a great improvement the Mckinley Law. Representative Breckenridge Arkansas resigned his seat in the House this week and qualified As minister to Russia to which position he was nominated and confirmed some weeks ago. Minister Breckinridge expects to Start for Europe in a few Days but he will travel leisurely stopping at a number places and does not expect to reach St. Petersburg until about october 15. Managers the presidential Boom senator Cameron Are hard at work trying to get their grip the american bimetallic league which is this week holding a conference Here but they Haven to met with much Success. Even the Republican members the league Are not solidly for Cimeron and he has few supporters among the populist members and none among the democrats. There is no longer the slightest doubt about Cameron being in the Field for the Republican nomination his claim being based solely upon his Friendship for Silver and his willingness to for support. Card. The committee arrangements the soldiers picnic the 16th, inst., behalf the Soldier organizations new Philadelphia and others concerned return thanks to Leroy Springer and wife for the Many kindnesses extended them the Day the picnic at their delightful Park. Committee. 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. New Philadelphia markets. Flour Best family per bbl. A a a a a a a a sack. A a new process a a a a a a Amber per sack. Wheat per Bushel. Corn a a a a. Oats a a a a. Rye u la Oil meal per 100 lbs. Timothy seed per Bushel. Clover seed a a a a. Hayr per ton. Butter per la. Eggs per Doz. Hams per la. Shoulders per la. Sides per la. Lard a a a a. Tallow per la. Potatoes per Bushel. Chickens per la. Turkeys a a a a. Geese. Ducks per la. $ 3 00 75 85 70 45@47 55 @60 30 60 1 75 2 50 6 00 10 00 20 10 12 9@ 10 7@8 10 04 50 new pleas court. Sarah b. Vogely Admix. Is the Cleveland amp Marietta railway co. Action for damages for the death her husband. S. H. And e. Brock is Jacob Bur Kel. Acton for Money. Stephen Horn is Sarah Williams it Al. Action in partition. Callie h. Miller is p. S. Olm Stead adm. Action for Money. Christian Streen is we. Wheaten it Al. Action for Money. For Sale a three year old Bashaw Colt Well broke almost a new buggy and harness. All for $8o. Inquire at times office. Street fair. The new Philadelphia Street fair association will hold their second annual Street fair the 10th and the 11th october 1894, which everybody should attend and make it a grand Success As the officers the Assoc citation Are doing All in their Power to make it a Success. For further information Call address John c. Joss press to Harvey s. Mathias Sec a. G. A. Excursion to to Pittsburgh. The c. L. Amp w. Ray will sell excursion round trip tickets to Pittsburgh pa., and return account National Encampment g. A. It., at one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be sold sept. 5 to 10, inclusive. Passengers can take train in a. M. And arrive at Pittsburgh 2 50 p. M. Same Day Quot. J. Terry g. Amp . Persons wanting Coal will leave Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. G. W. Mathias. For Sale buggy end Spring leather top perfectly new and just shipped from factory will sell cheap if disposed at once. Can be seen at freight depot at Baltic. Address Pioneer mfg co., Columbus 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 sept. 3, 1894. Adams mrs. Emma Baab Edward m. Welch miss Blanche Sinclair miss Mary Snyder. Wallace g. Simmers c. Ginkins a. Martin f. Kraft mrs. Jones Ann Jenkins c. W. Price Mary Price miss Myrtle Walton Geo. Weaver Jas. Waltz mrs. Jas. Pearson a. Luckhart h. Rupert miss Rosa Rufenacht miss Ida Rufenacht j. N. Oler. Mrs. G. M. Horton Isaac Metzger please say advertised when asking for advertised letters Daniel Wyss postmaster Mitt events. Brethren Church National con Fence Ashland o., aug. 25-30. 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. 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 newcomerstown1 october 2-5. Harrison county fair Cadiz october 3-5. Coshocton county fair. Coshocton october j9-42 a wanted at once Ca Man to take the Agency for the Cary awning Blind. See 33tf h. A. Parmelee. Marriage permits. Jas. A. Mcknight Martha Cook. Jas. W. Kail Nivian l. Wiggins. Edw. Catcott Lydia m. Putt. Grant bests Sadie e. John. Curtis bakery Ola e. Teeples. Jas. Todd Florence Elwarner Ivor g. Bergs Annie Riley. Chas. e. Murphy Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cured piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25? per Box. For Sale by f. Miller amp son. pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government e Ood report. Royal Baring powder co. 108 Wall Street new York. Browne amp Myers. The new clothiers and furnishes West High Street Are now having their first Semi annual clearance Sale to make room for our Early arrival fall and Winter goods. Their prices Are we have Given a. Bippus amp Hon the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutria Cio usand fre from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. For Sale cheap. As i am now using City water t 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 in 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 8. Broadway new Phil a. 32-6 and it will you to see them always in the Lead. The handsomest illustrated brochure the season has just been issued by the general passenger department the Chicago Milwaukee it pc 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. Their tailor made suits Are marked at prices that will surely sell them. New Philadelphia Ohio

Search All Newspapers in New Philadelphia, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the New Philadelphia Times Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The New Philadelphia Times?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection