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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 1, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend. And this paper one year for $1.75. Elphia volume Philadelphia o., thursday february 1, 1894. Number 6. Cleveland Loraine amp Wheeling Kail Way. Condensed time table. 7 it i i 1 ind. So ctr bound. No 21 6 0am to 1. 7 22am no 36. It 5i to no 3511 <>2am no 38. 2 4. I j in <7. 4 55pm no 426 20 pm i no 38.8 45pm bu8mips� sgt Rpp a a re. A a Jovial comment . Brilon Sien de Cliot. A tied. Cd taxes to 2st Ovrick and Emo North Broadway now Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y a r. Joseph f. Fox office Over enl Sehy a drug store Kew Philadelphia a it Hio May be found at office Cay night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 r. M. May 25-Ly. J r. P. H. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio 8 to 10 a. M. 2 to 4 p. M. 7 to 8 p. In. Sundays 9 to 10 a. In. Or. M. S. Vail dentist Idle Lucity Block Over Fribley a hardware C. Ellis architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl h. H. Porter attorney at special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence it. High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D. Richards. A miners riot occurred at the mans Field coat Reg near Pittsburg urday. The mob was compose 1 Tor Eigner a huns slavs italians an i frenchmen. Some time a it they struck account wages and hav it been trying to prevent other miners from taking their places. Failing t bring the operators to tune and to prevent Otner miners from work Tiey organized a mob and attacked the w a res at the be Adinig Tippie there the y were repulsed by the operators a Vito were armed and who fired into their ranks wounding Many and killing one. The mob then started to other mines burning and destroying property. Citizens armed themselves and gave Chase capturing and dispersing the fiendish aliens. Many them Are now in jail. They should receive the full penalty the Law for their destruction prop erty. It is High time that tons class foreigners is shut oat the United states. American labor needs Protection from this Low class foreign labor and the Way to do it is to Amend the immigration Laws. If this democratic administration wants the everlasting approval and Friendship the american labourers now is the time to accomplish the Good work. Some say the operators Are responsible for bringing them Over Here and it their property is destroyed it is the result their own acts but that does not help the american labourer any. A Good foreign citizen who wiil become a Law abiding american citizen is All right. We done to want anarchists. T h. Booth a i # a a attorn by at Law. Notary Public Aud conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl 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 get. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. R. Henershot adjuster. The Rawley House. Cleveland Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. Rate 2.00 per a y. Heated by steam. Elevator. Electric Kells and All modern improvements 31yl the fact is not known that the pump handle method is forced upon the president the United states by the eager throng who go to shake him by the hand. It is roughly estimated that 150 hours the presidents valuable time Are thus c a sued in the coarse a year. These hours represent six Days in four years one month tiie e the presidents time is shaken oat existence at a Cost to the blessed people $4,106.75 in the rage Aud scram Ole for Economy Why does not Congress arise and protest against a senseless waste Money if the presi Lent take s a Day off critics has to announce a Der duty. Did any president Tike a Montne a Uoti Day the opposition would n it Nav a metaphorical hair Nis head. Vet one month every administration is sacrificed to hand shaking j. R. Frye practical and the suspense As to the run t the Wilson Bill will soon he . The vote will be taken thursday. There is nut Little doubt to it it a the Houe. The internal Revenue and income tax All being tacked to the Bill will cause it to Nuet some irom democrats. Every state nearly Lead a Hobby and could not Gam the desired amendment Winch Caus s some feeling but concessions must be made a around us we predict a sufficient number will stand by the Bill to pass it. The danger comes in the Senate where wealth is Likely to Mold sentiment. The democrats must stand by their principles the old ship will be deserted when the storm political Battle comes again. We believe our congressman will not waver m the Tariff contest. A ocal lamp Tiec Eucy. A to Morrow is ground hog Day. H. H. Let a Uhrichsville was Here monday. Good butter is scarce in this Market. None to be had. Alex. Butt Kansas cite. Is visiting friends in this City. John f. Reiser Tuscarawas was vis t it a in this office monday. First goo i suit w the season monday night. It was Welcome. Mrs. C. F. Bodey canal Dover died last saturday Jan. 27th. Merritt Price Leesville was visiting friends in this City monday. H. Wardell Gnadenhutten this City a business trip monday. Try a pair Burnside s 42 cent gloves mittens Best in the Market. 6-2t / x a Snow plow was visible the Street car line monday. It worked to perfection. Mrs. Evans and Daught a Bolivar were visiting friends in this City the past week. Mrs. Emma b urk new Comers town was the guest mrs. Maurer the past week. Mrs. W. A. Wilnot Akron is visiting her parents . And mrs. Janies Hummel. Or. And mrs. John Bartle celebrated their Golden wedding thursday evening the 25th. The rolling Mill in this City Mondt y full time. There is a Happy look Many a face at present. Mrs. Mccleary entertained the lutheran Aid society last Friday. The Art display was Aud enjoyable feature. An eleven year old daughter and mrs. John Meyer Beaverdam Road was seriously ill last week chills and fever. The eleven year old daughter . And mrs. Mike Kane was buried saturday. Her death was from scar Scarlet fever. For hardware carpenters tools files door locks anything in Light hardware you Wile save one Hall by buying at Burnside a Bazaar. G-2t it is claimed that a Large number residences i l be erected season in City. New Oniu Delphiia Only u eds a Mojsl to h the Boom. A number b Guys and Young my n end it Yed themselves cd Dayan saturday so its the Ponds and scientific Horseshoe special attention Given to diseased feet and faulty action in roadsters. Hafiz shoeing Trotters and pacers a specially. Shop in Rufers stand 49-26 West front Street. M. S. Maple �?df.4lkr in produce All kinds. We handle no thing but la ure goods. That fellow Walter s. Payne who ten graphed to gov. Mckinley that he raise troops to go to Washington to restore a old glory Oil the Capitol and oust democrats at Washington whom he supposed look Down the Flag seems to be an embezzler. He is charged and does not deny it that he embezzled $4,000 irom the sons veterans while he acted As their treasurer Aud was also expelled from the order in disgrace. The country is just full such patriots who want to gain cheap notoriety at the expense someone Els. The Bubble busted however and he will not sacrifice his a life Fortune and sacred Honor in the detente his country. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. Give us a Call t 1 c West front Street who near planing Mill. New philos. 35-Ly formerly the a Gilsky Jacob Foehl amp son proprietors. Sast table second to none late advices from the brazilian seat War is to the effect that the undid states will take a hand in the trouble there if the insurgent commander continues n his jeopardizing american interests and shipping in the Harbor Rio. Admiral Benham will take no Bluffs. On the 25th, Bis Fleet consisting the cruisers new York Charleston Newark i Detroit and three others cleared their decks a and put themselves in fighting order then sent word to the insurgent Admiral that if he did not cease his practice throwing shots through the rigging american vessels there would be some one blown out a it existence. The request was com plied at once. Free bus to and from All trains. Good barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St new Philadelphia Ohio. 36-Ly Champion planing Mill. John nag Ely proprietor. Dealer in lumber lath shingles pickets Etc. Cheapest and Best builder in the City. Small pox is becoming Eide me in Chicago. One the p i tents Ivalee l into the City Hall an i Cim i in c mitc several Nua dred. Many new cases Are discovered every Day. At Lewisburg w. A Many cases were discovered last week and several deaths have resulted. Before you contract be sure to Call at the Champion planing Mill by front Street new Philadelphia Ohio. John Nagle amp son. August 25, 1393. 33-Ly be a \ lit Bam Valley Brick Yard one woman was so anxious to see the Corbett and Mitchell fight that a dressed in menus clothing hid tar h fixed up in a Cap and Secu de a Good seat where she took in the show. So was discovered but was permitted to remain. There was no scream faint about her. _ the new York Sun should take in its sign As a democratic paper. Its chief notoriety now is in everlastingly complaining because it cannot run the party and the government. The monopolies and trusts Are making a desperate tight to hold to their pension provided for in the Mckinley Bill. They Are going to die hard but die Almy Mut. Canal while the ice was in the r Tavo. Stark county sunday Scho l association will hold it annual conventi in at Louisville flt Bruvry 14, 1894. An excellent and interesting program has been arranged. The Only Snow the season worthy mention fell monday and monday night. The Sleigh ing is not bad. It is quite a contrast to the Nice Spring weather we had been having for several weeks. Rev. I r. Gottwald Springfield preached in the lutheran Church Sabbath morning and in the evening conducted the installation services installing it a. G. C. Smith As pastor said Church. Messes Albert Deardoff and j. T. Mccullough were appointed by the probate court to examine the county Treasury As required by Law and were busily engaged monday and tuesday the books and vouchers. Bernice the handsome and accomplished daughter a. A. Kail Uhrichsville was the guest mrs. J. B. Read last week and also assisted in the Tuscarawas county music teachers concert thursday night. A Small Blize occurred saturday night about ten clock when the fire Bell sounded. Fireman were prompt to act and found the stable Frank Patterson to be fire. It was soon extinguished and the loss Small. The cold wave that struck this Vicinity last wednesday tamed Down to pleasant Winter weather. The East. West and North seem to have severe Winter weather but Ohio seems to breathe the Balmy air the South. Grandma Toland near new Cumberland had a stroke paralysis about two weeks ago which prostrated her. We Are glad to learn that she is recovering and will soon be about again. Her daughter mrs. James Hummel is giving her daily attention. Miss Ella Shaw one Steu Beville a most popular Young ladies and mrs. Or. Ems Ely Uhri Ousvill paid our City a social visit Aud was the guest Uhrichsville paid our City a social visit and was the guest mrs. Chas. Zeliner monday evening. The trustees called us tuesday and requested us to Correct the newspapers report that they had refused Aid to the family John Medley. They say thy have Given the needy the Fuu amount Aid allowed by law�?$3 per month. That is All they can lawfully do and they say they have not refused any the full Benefit the Law. It is right that tie trustees should be exonerated trom the charge. The Board county commissioners were up to Canton Tours a to hold a conference the work House directors that City for the purpose closing a contract for the care some the prisoners this county. From indications it is feared that their Mission was a failure As the Stark county officials have All they can do to take care their own criminals. The car roil county commissioners were there also Oil the same errand. Met an Accident. Peter Baumer a German Farmer near town met a serious Accident monday afternoon last that May result disastrous. While he and his son were driving Home in a two horse Wagon he received a stroke paralysis his right Side whereby he Tell to the from a ground receiving a 2-Inch Scalp wound and otherwise injuring him. He was taken to a physician where his wounds were properly at tended to. We Hope he May recover although being advanced in years it will be a hard struggle. All aboard for Uhrichsville H. Mitchener has at last agreed upon terms and conditions contract for the franchise the electric railway from new Philadelphia to Uhrichsville. At the regular meet no next monday the contract will be signed. The limit time prescribed by the Uhrichsville corporation for the commencement the Road has expired but we presume there will be no trouble about a renewal. The panic was the cause the delay. If nothing intervenes to prevent the Road will be completed by next tall. The Road will be a great accommodation to the Public. The Road will be built at the Side the Public Highway so As to give plenty room for teams. To Posto Tice patrons. Or. Wyss postmaster requests us to rail attention to the Post office regulations which relate to order that is to be preserved in a Posto Tice. A Section 432 the postal Laws a which is now posted up in the Post office is Plain to the Point and should be read by everyone. He says that Many pass in and out thoughtlessly whistling humming a tune to the great annoyance and embarrassment others. The postal Laws give the postmaster a right to prohibit smoking in the lobby. Or. Wyss requests that the rules As to smoking be observed at the Money order Aud delivery windows and has posted notices to that effect. Let every Patron the new Philadelphia office observe order which will be to the Benefit All. A possible claiming factory. We. Hillyer Freeport has been in new Philadelphia for several Days past endeavouring to establish a Canning Plant to can tomatoes Corn and fruits. His efforts Are Likely to be crowned Success As several business men Means Are considering the matter and speak encouragingly. Some thought the town should Aid the cause but that is entirely out the question at this juncture. If it is established at All it will be private capital. There is nothing that would Benefit the Farmers More than a Market this kind. The soil this Community is Well adapted to the grow g tomatoes Corn and Small fruits. It is claimed that some Farmers near Gnadenhutten made $90, per acre out tomatoes and delivered them at the Canning factory there in Gnadenhutten at 20cts per Bushel. The men who Are Likely to engage in the business Are Good parties and we would like to see it a burglars corralled. Detective swede coloured Cambridge arrested Alonzo Steiner and Pete Schoenbrun a North bound Amp m. Passenger train monday afternoon and brought them Here where they were placed in jail. It is claimed that several Days ago these Young boys assisted by one Dallas Schoenbrun who made is escape entered Christ Schroy Eros House at Allentown a suburb and stole $60. Besides other articles after which they went to Strasburg purchasing entire new outfits and sending their clothes Back Home. They evidently intended to have a Good tune the balance their Money but were just nipped in the Bud. They Are Tough customers and other charges May be brought against them. The Home the Schoebrun was searched and some chewing gum and tobacco were found which is thought to be the property the Scholti Bros whose peddling Wagon was broken into some time ago. Suspicion Points to them As the parties who burglarized Espen schilds jewelry store. The boys stand a Good Chance to learn a Trade at Columbus. Y. M. C. A. Lecture. Go to the big 4 opera House feb. 9, 1894, and hear the celebrated lecturer . Lyman b. Sperry. Subject a a the Long and Short trains will leave depot L. Amp w. At 7 p. M. To carry persons to Dover. Plucky girls. D. , who is a wealthy Young Farmer Freeport 111., bantered a ample Young ladies the m. E. Hurch that place saying that he would furnish to the Church free All the Cord Wood that they would saw. They took him up he began to haul and they to saw. The girls Hung until he acknowledged his defeat but the Church has Wood enough to last for several months. The girls Are a Marriageable a boys and Worth having when Woods to be Cut. Can to agree about it. In a late dispatch dated at Rio Janeiro and sent to Buenos Ayres it states that Admiral de Gama continues to Call upon Admiral Benham the american commander in the interest arbitration Between the warring brazilians. It is said that the american Admiral has succeeded in bringing the parties to an agreement except As to the difficulties in the Rio Grande do sul. De Gama and Peixoto a agents do Fer seriously this Point and this May result in breaking off entirely the negotiations for peace. Firing in the Bay continues Little damage to either Side. Unclaimed letters. Gilmore. Miss Mary Moore Coshocton visited relatives and friends in this place ast week. Ezra Fawcett made a business trip to Newcomerstown monday. Lee Morris and wife visited relatives in Newcomerstown last week. Born to Elmer Parker and wife monday Jan. 29, 1894�?a boy. D. P. Lanning and Theo Morris were at the county capital last week. Rev. J. D. Murphy will begin a series meetings at the m. tonight. Miss Mora Robinson is quite ill at present. Jno. B. Lanning was at Gnadenhutten monday. A a bitter letters addressed to persons named below remain unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by february 12, 1894 Christian Vinkler Fillmore Snyder Annie Stiely h. W. Kanduth l. Gibson John a Davis Samuel e Jones Phipp Archinal Wesley Eames we. B a res John we. Warner. Please say a a advertised when asking for advertised letters d. Wyss postmaster real estate transfers. W. K. Eckfeld it Al. To m. Moody 3 100 acres Dennison $25. Fred Maurera a Assignee to Hannah Youtzy lot 14, Buena Vista $625. Casper Singhaus to Olive Stiffler lot 4, new Philadelphia $150. Nannie a. And t. J. Parker to e. J. Moore lot 7, Uhrichsville $1000. Amanda m. Todd toe. A. Ackerman part lot 30 Uhrichsville $360. Bertha Shaffer to Louis spies sr., lot 3, Dover $1300. Joseph much safely to Rosa Sherer 6 acres and fraction Warwick $675. Sheriff Adams to j a. Kennedy it al80 acres Rush $200. F. Ii. Lee to mry e. Lee lot 48, new Philadelphia $150. E. S. Ancl Eliza a. Slingluff to w. D. Ward lot 12. Dover $225. Kate and E. Cunning to Ellsworth Kiser lot 9, Tuscarawas $1000. Worthington Brown to e. E. Brown part lots 4, 5, Uhrichsville $300. J. D. Mulvaine to g. W. Mcllvain $ acres Goshen $120. Henry Geib to Jacob a. Haas 21-100 acres Dover $300. Joseph Page to Marcus a. Page. 64 07-100 acres Goshen $2000. Uhrichsville. G. S. Huston and we. Keepers were at the county seat last week. W. B. Thompson and . Evans left for South Carolina a pleasure trip for two weeks. Chas. Vance Chicago is visiting friends Here at present. Or. J. E. Groves attended a state Board health meeting at Columbus last thursday. W. Will Parrish Little Washington pa., Sun Dayed his father e. A. Parrish. Jacob Pearch and we. Mcclusky attended the Lumberman a convention at Columbus last week. Two men got into a squabble Over an insurance policy but the Gas was not combustible and no harm done. The boys want to look out. Local politics is still warming up. A new candidate for nearly every office enters the Field every Day. We cannot Tell what the outcome will be such a Large Field. Post Washington. Rev. Palmer new Albany ind., officiated at the moravian Church last 8abbath evening. He is a Man Fine presence considerable ability and is a pleasing talker. He is the son e. Palmer who resides about three Miles from port. He was called Home to at tend the funeral his Mother who died week before last. Jean Rhodes this place who has been in the employ the handle for a number years is at Home for awhile. Or. Rhodes has just recovered from injuries received in a wreck in which he lost an Arm. We learn that a comedy company has been organized at West Lafayette and will show there february 10th. Later they will engage the Hall Here Tor several nights. Or. Geo. Riley son we. Riley this place will take the blk face comedian part. Mrs. S. E. Hill is visiting her son Robert in Dennison this week. Extract from a speech delivered in the House representatives treating the Wool question it is claimed that this product the Farmer especially needs Protection that unless a heavy import duty is levied foreign wools the article cannot be profitably grown in this country. This subject demands careful examination at our hands to the end that we May determine whether not this assertion is supported by facts. I deem it my duty to stand my party and to vote in accordance a View the majority for if each us insisted that me Partiful r View his own Mast be incorporated in tins Bill Ere it receives our votes it could never become Law. But let us examine the subject. If Protection benefits the we ool growers Industry then it Muht follow first that the higher duty levied upon foreign Wool the higher will be the Price received by the Farmer for the Homegrown Wool. Second that Wool grow ing becoming More profitable under a High protective Tariff the number sheep would be increased not Only absolutely but relatively to the increase population. If Wool growing were a More profitable business under a High Tariff than under a Low Tariff each flock master Wou d increase his num bar sheep and persons not before in he business would enter it. That the first these propositions is not borne out by facts and that the Price Wool has constantly increased under a higher Tariff is shown by the following table taken from the special report a history and present condition the sheep Industry the United states a published by authority the Secretary agriculture. To this table showing the Price Wool from 1824 to 1890, i have added the the Price for the last three years bringing it up to Date new Philadelphia Ohio. John off Holder proper first Clase Brick and roofing tile always hand at moderate prices. Give us a cab 60yl nearly every mid Wita one two exceptions have resumed oper Lions at Pittsburg full time. This does not sit Well the mind the newspaper calamity howlers the Republican stamp. _ Tom Reed emphatically says i will be the next president but adds by your leave. So modest is that Wiley statesman. Belva Lockwood will Bob up just As pert As Ever in the �?T96 race. The employees the two Railroad entering this City and Dover were hand sunday at the P. Depot to receive a lecture the proper use air brakes trains. A car thoroughly Equine a every device Aud accompanied an instructor gave practical instructions in the working the brakes together illustrations a blackboard. Trainmen All kind assembled and were entertained satisfactorily m the intricate Mechan ism which they Are All deeply interested. The car was drawn by a special engine and went North m the evening. Registered at the worlds fair. We received a copy the summary registration at the worlds fair a taken at the Ohio building. The Register shows that 173,960 visitors from Ohio entered their names. The following list shows the number from each Post office in Tuscarawas county new Philadelphia. 398 canal Dover. 243 Ubrich Vilu. 272 Dennison. 182 Newcomerstown. 95 Bolivar. 65 Mineral Point. 57 Tuscarawas. 44 port Washington. 36 Gnadenhutten. 32 Shanesville. 31 new Cumberland. 23 Rogersville. 23 Stra Burg. 14 Dundee. Baltic. L cd 17 z a. Is Ore Creek. Barnhill. Sandyville. Zoar station. Gilmore. Cadwallader Winfield. Tracy. Sugar Creek. Paoli. Barros Mills. Berwyn. Somerdale. Blackband. Ria key a Mills. Beidler. Stillwater. Wolf. 11 11 15 10 8 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 the Clark stoneware company which has been closed Down for the past three months started up again yesterday a full Force men the american encaustic tiling com Pany and the Brown plow works also started up 10 hours a Day this week the former giving work to 250 men and the latter to 300. The Harris Brick Yat is have also begun running 10 hours Day 300 men and the buildings at the Townsend Brick Yards which were burned Down Are being reconstructed and the intention is to put 600 men at work by the first april. The buildings Are being constructed out material secured from the worlds fair world. If you want to buy some Nice glassware for 5, 10, 15 and 17 cents go to Burnside a. 6-2t Chicago newspapers have lately gone into merchandising in connection their ffort8 to increase their circus Gatior such an extent As to involve them 1 some difficulty their Large advertisers who object to the Low prices and Good values offered. The most notable instance this is the inter Ocean which was compelled to dispense its very popular Book department for no other reason. It continues its worlds fair portfolio department however which is delivering about 11,000 per Day at present and has just added a comprehensive series a views the world a and a Book music called a harmonized melodies the same plan. They Are sold at \ certain Price provided the purchaser presents a certain number coupons Cut from the paper. The late blizzard extended Over a Large scope country and it was especially severe in Montana Minnesota the Dakotas Nebraska Kansas and Oklahoma. In Colorado less than two inches Snow fell and the lowest thermometer was 18 degrees Belo Zero and that one night press. Beaverdam. We Are sorry to Learo that Milan Lytle had to Stop his school account lung trouble. We Hope for his speedy recovery. Mother Henderson is quite poorly. Emory Carnahan has secured a position As newsboy an the Panhandle. E. M. Waltz has pulled into Winter quarters Atter having Woven 1,800 rods Fence. He is now Selling bread raisers for e. G. Waltz. He knows the song that All paddlers sing. T. B. O. Had better look at Home and save his credit. By the time he teaches his own boys and girls How to act he will have enough to do. Will some one answer these questions 1. What three things does the Bible say that god cannot do 2. Who was it that went Down into a pit and slew a lion a snowy Day 3. Who was the father the first King Israel 4. Who was the Mother Timothy 5. Who was the Grandfather David 6. Who was the first person that died after the creation 7. Where were mules first found and by whom 8. Where is recorded the first act surveying 9. Who Are the Only three persons whose names begin the letter a 10. Who was the left handed judge that delivered Israel these answers can be found in the old and new testament. Now who can give the Correct answer please sign your name to answer. R. E. Built. Assignment jury cases. February 2. No. 15. The state Ohio is. John w. Hogan. No. 24. The state Ohio is. Martin v. Hogue. February 3. No. 26. The state Ohio is. Dorothy Bunch. February 5. No. 7. The state Ohio is. Eta Linda Grace. No. 20. The state Ohio is. Dan a Hon. J. A. D. Richards. Or. Or. Or. Or. Or. Or. Or. La a. Lisai .53 1842 .42 1860 .50 .878 .45 1825 .43 1843 .3j 1861 .40 18 9 .35 1826 .43 1844 .30 1862 .50 18s0 .55 1827 .32 1845 .40 1863 .68 1881 .49 1828 .30 1846 .35 1864 .78 1382 .46 1829 .45 1847 .40 13 55 a k 1883 .43 183d .35 1848 .38 1866 .65 18 4 .40 131 .60 1849 .30 1867 .53 185 .33 1832 .55 1850 .40 1868 .43 136 .36 1833 .41 1851 .0 1869 .50 187 a .38 1334 .60 1852 .38 1870 .46 188 �?~55 1835 .50 1853 .56 171 .46 1889 .38 1836 .60 1854 .47 1872 .72 1890 .37 1837 .63 1855 .35 1673 .68 191 .35 133 .42 156 .38 a i 4 .54 192 .25 1839 .49 1857 .50 1875 .56 1893 .22 1840 .45 1858 33 176 .52 1841 .45 1859 .52 1877 .43 from 1846 to 1870 we had the lowest Wool Tariff Utho history the country and during the three years this period Wool was practically the free list All but the higher grades being admitted free. Alt Vougn in this period there was one bad year 1858 arising from a panic in the Money Market which brings Down the average yet during these fifteen years medium Wool brought an average 44 7-15 cents per Pound. And during the tire years that 1 have mentioned omitting the panic year Wool was 50 cents and n 1859 52 cents per Pound. This is More Luan the average Price for the last til teen years and much higher than any year since the Mckinley Tariff was been in operation. Would not the Wool grower be willing to Exchange the prices under the Mckinley Tariff for the average 417 15 cents per Pound Undt i a Low Tariff even for the 50 and 52 cents per Pound when Wool was practically the free list in a letter from the manufacturers club Philadelphia to the ways and Means co Muttee under Date september 4, 1893. We find this ack now edger in tue following sentence Wool for example is much lower now than it was in 1890, than it was even so recently As a year ago. What magnanimity the part these manufacturers they claim that the duty Woolen goods is to compensate them for the Higner Prce the y Are obliged to for Wool account the duty upon it. Yet this very letter trom Wimch i have quoted is written to persuade the committee ways Ana Means to continue the present duty manufactures while at tile same time it acknowledges that they g-1 this raw material cheaper than when it is the tree list asking that the duty imported woolens be kept up in order that they May keep higher prices verily the manufacturer is not sex Trava Gautry bedecked the jewel consistency. But if he were perhaps lie would not live m a luxuriant Man Sion surrounded by servants and ride total.1,641 there May be Many who did not Reg a Ster. This number at an average $40 each spent $65 640. Marriage permits. John g. Herron and Ella m. Q in. Jas. H. Stoneman and Mary b. 3parks. John m. Rehard and Harriet Carhartt. Harry Whittaker and Jennie Meldrum. Robert Hanenkrat and Ellen Brady. Samuel Truman and Sarah e. Simpson. Dissolution notice. The firm a. Gintz amp co., furniture dealers has been dissolved by Mutual consent. A a. Gintz will continue the business at the old stand. Any one indebted to the old firm is requested to Call at once and Settle a. Gumtz. 6-lt a. Gintz amp co. It it report ? 1 tit the Cambria Iron co. Has purchased the Hogg farm just West Conneil Vilie pa., and will erect Ereon a $3,000,000 Stee Plant. Rep tentative the Cambria company have been there several Days conducting negotiations and several Sites were examined. Low rates South via Pennsylvania Linas feb. 8th, Marci 8ih and april 9th land seekers excursion tickets will be sold via Pennsylvania lines to a Large number prominent Points in Ken Tucky Tenessee Mississippi Alabama Louisiana Georgia and Florida. Tick ets will be Good returning Twenty Days trom Date Sale and will be sold to All applicants at one fare for round trip for details please apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent address f. Van Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburgh a. Times and Farmers Friend $1.10. February 6. The state Ohio is. James Zutavern. No. 21. Crouch. No. 22. The state Ohio is. Jeff Erson Edwards. February 7. No. 56. William m. F. S. Co. Is. Joseph h. Riggle. No. 58. F. Glouser is. C. Gerber. February 8. Will Wilgus is. C. M. Wil no. 61. Gus. No. 69. Gerber. Frederick Bernhart is. C. February 9. No. 86. C. C. Forney treasurer is Geo. T. Fleming. No. 93. Patrich h. Read is. The c., l. Amp w. By co. February 10. No. 73. Zebulon p. Sparks is. Jos. Gorden. February 12. No. 95. Albert f. Spreader is. Samuel Hanna. No. 99. Charlesl Hmer is Catherine Lambright. February 13. No. 103. We. Mclean is. Alexander Hengartner. No. 116. Lemuel r. Aumond is. The Tuscarawas electric company. February 14. No. 130. Frank v lid is. Conrad h. Lebold. No. 131. Ohio complaint Idella m. Troyer is. F. A. Hostetler. No. 134. Stoody amp Tracy is. Charley nagely. February 15. No. 168. Frederick Buehler is. Philip Hahn it. Al. No. 4449. Jacob Foehl is. The Amp m. By. Co. No. 31$. In his Beautiful Carriage driven by liveried Coachmen a file the wages the toiling labourer a Tom he pretend to Low so Are from time to time Cut Down even to starvation Point. Aud the Tor Mer whose prejudice he endeavours to Enk Indle against the party a bin is his a St Friend gets lower prices for his products Aud pays higher prices for the wares the manufacturer. One would hardly expect that under any circumstances in peace Wool would reach the High prices War times when the demand was so great to sup ply our immense armies clothing and blankets. Yet in 1867, the duty Wool was so far increased above that the War As to be 50 per cent clothing and combing Wool. Yet the Price continued to tall until 1872, when a 10 per cent horizontal reduction was made in the Tariff. And As will be seen in the table Wool immediately went lip and remained High until 1875. In that year the Tariff act 1872 was repealed put Ting us Back to the High Tariff 186 again Wool fell and has decreased to the present time. The slight reduction 1883 cannot be responsible for this for the decrease the exception one year 1880, was As steady before As after that Date nor did the increased duty 1890 put and Check to the steady fall. I therefore say . Speaker that a Clear examination will furnish conclusive proof to the unbiased mind the correctness this proposition that a protective Tariff does not increase the Price Wool. In examining my second proposition we must consider the sections country East and West the Mississippi separately As entirely different conditions Are found in regard to the Wool growing Industry. West the Mississippi Are great tracts land that can be had at Little Cost and government land that be used free. In Many sections whole flocks live out doors All Winter without other food than the pasture provided by nature. And where shelter and food Are provided for the most severe weather it is done at a Cut mip Arati vely null Cost consequently very Large flocks can be kept and Wool Grove at a profit when the Price is so Low As to be ruinous to the Industry where different conditions obtained. That the number sheep has inc eased in this Section is natural. East the Mississippi How Ever the number sheep has greatly diminished. In the work sheep Industry from we lab i have already quoted we find Page 696, that in this s Eton notwithstanding the enormous increase in population there were two million less sheep in 1890 than in 1860. And in my own state Ohio one the most important Wool growing states in the Union there has been a falling off one third the number sleep during the High Tariff period although the population has increased during that time Over 1,000,000. This falling off cannot in any Way be due to overproduction it is estimated that we consume Annu ally about c,000,000 pounds Wool while we produce less than 3,000000 in 1878 after ten years High Tariff Ohio Michigan and All the great Wom lation. Since then the reverse has taken place. Again we Are told by manufacturers that some the Best grades goods can not be made from Wool produced in this country and some not from any one Grade Wool and if the manufacture such articles should be attempted in disregard this fact the result would be a Mere imitation something we All despise and needing no expert to detect. In a reprint from the american Wool and Cotton reporter an article by Edward d. Page speaking Woolen manufacturers says 1 fear that Many them do not fully realize even now How improvement and Economy can be accomplished by making these goods from a mixture the stocks most exactly suited to the qualities the goods Are to possess instead makeshift which our meager Market has hitherto afforded. He further says i have been shown in an English manufacturer s Wool House a mixture blend no less than fourteen distinct and different varieties Wool Dom which he made a simple tantric in which at Home not More than two three qualifies Are used. Each these fourteen varieties was found to lend some desirable Pecunia Rily to the fabric perceptible Only in the Liu shed piece else to economize the Cost. And i was told the the blend used had been substantially the same for thirty years i he goods manufactured from it were perceptibly Superior Selling qualities to our own. 5som tuese qualities Are durability f color fineness and softness finish All very desirable qualities. Although the import duties Are very High these Fine qualities Woolen goods those who Cau High prices will have them. And we can easily understand that if we could import Wool free we could buy As much these Niue wools As we desire thereby making these Beautiful Fine goods in our country and being Able to sell them at such prices that Many if not All could afford to Wear them. This would be a great advantage and great saying to the consumer. And As our Home grown wools could by mixing the imported wools he used in a greater variety fabrics a Home Market would be created for More than is now produced and a the flocks would increase a thousand Hills a an increased demand would increase the Price and the Farmer would a Oen fitted in a twofold manner. Nor would the manufacturer be left to suffer. True he would not be Able to charge to it Uch High prices but he would sell More goods at Home and could Export them and find abundant Market where he would have to duty. He would not make Money so fast but he would make it honestly. A great weight would be lifted from his conscience that had rested there to these Many years. And we certainly would be doing the greatest Good to the greatest number. Shoddy. But there is a wicked insidious enemy that interferes the Price Wool while at the same time it deprives the american people the substantial Woolen clothing which they Are entitled to and that is shoddy. The manufacturers Woolen goods gave some very interesting testimony i do not say spontaneous and voluntary this subject before the ways and Means committee last fall. Among other things they disclosed the fact that in Ler the High protective Tariff before the Mckinley Bill was passed there was one Pound shoddy used in so called Woolen goods to every four pounds Wool since the passage the Mckinley Bill there is one Pound Shady to every Pound Wool four tunes As Muc Quot before. Thus the Iley Tariff while it compels the a facture to higher prices for Ign wools necessary to Elend our Domestic wools to make the better grades cloths and by its Luty Woolen goods enhances the Price proper clothing it invites the manufacturer shoddy to the Field. And instead placing upon the backs the people the pure healthy product the sheep clothes them shoddy made from the Roundup rags the slums the Earth. These makers bogus Wool stand in mortal fear the Era free Wool. From 1870 to 1890, under the protecting care Republican legislation they enjoyed Prosperity but since 1890,when under the Mckinley act foreign wools necessary to mix we Ltd our own were driven away and our people compelled t it Wear such kinds dear clothing As could be contrived from our wools from old rags ground up and wove and tuck together in the form shoddy the business these gentlemen has been a Bonanza. Need i say to the american Farmer that if clothing is made from Wool instead shoddy it is better for the wearer also for the Wool grower cheap real Woolen goods would destroy this iniquitous business and the maker this spurious stuff would rather hear the rolling Thunder the sound Cannon than the bleating a Lamb. Absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All id leave a King latest United states government food report. Royal Bakina powder co. 106 Wall St . New Philadelphia markets. Floars Best family per bbl. 8 3 60 per sack 90 new process per sack. 1 25 a a Amber Der sack. 80 wheat. Der Bushel. 55 corp per Bushel. Oats. 35 Rye. 60 Oil meal per 100 pounds. Timothy seed per Bushel. Clover seed per Bushel. 7 00 play. Per ton. Butter per Pound. 18@22 eggs per dozen. 15 hams per Pound. 10@12 shoulders per Pound. 7@8 sides per Pound. 7@9 lard per Pound. 10 tallow per Pound. Potatoes per Bushel. Chickens per in mud. B a turkeys per Pound. 7@8 geese. Ducks per Pound. The persistent cough which usually follows an attack the grip can be permanently cured by taking chamber lamps cough remedy. W. A. Mcguire Mckay Ohio says a la Grippe left me a severe cough. After us several different medicines without Relief i tried chamberlains cough remedy which effected a permanent cure. I have also found it to be without unequal for children when troubled colds groups. 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller k san druggist. We have Given a. Bippus amp son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville Kentucky. Hucklen 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 cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. The b. Amp o., big four and Cettl. S d. R. R system have ordered a reduction in wages including officers trainmen and other labourers after feb. 1st. Bran is one the milk cow. Of the Best feeds for midwinter fair excursion ticket Penn Sylvania line. The special Low rate excursion to san Francisco san Diego los Angeles san Bernardino and other California Points now for Sale via Pennsylvania lines will be Good returning until july 15th, 1894. Excursion lists can select any route from Chicago St Louis. For particulars please apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent address f. Van Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburgh a. Big Mark Monument the Analtha is to unite the North sea the Baltic a work conceived and begun by Bismarck is said to Excel from an engineering standpoint the Suez Corinth and Manchester canals while its commercial and strategic importance fairly entitles it to rank As the Suez canal the canal will extend from Holte Nau the Kieler fjord to Brun Buttel the River Elbe a distance sixty Miles. At Grunthal the water shed Between Elbe and the Eide is passed and Over the Gigantic cutting at a hint 130 feet above the water surface has been built a railway Bridge a Span 470 feet. At Normal water level the anal will be 3 fathoms deep and it will have a Width 22 Yards the Bottom and 39 Yards Yards the surface at lowest tide. It will be free from locks and sluices along its entire course but at each end a double Gate will guard against dangerous tides. The work will be completed in a few months the construction time to be Sven years and the Cost will be about $40,000,000. Growing stabs had Only about half As Many sheep As they had in 1867. By fore 1867 the number sheep had been increasing More rapidly than our pop notice to our patrons. The Farmers Friend pub. Co. Has Given us notice that after dec. 31, 1893, they would raise our clubbing rates the Farmers Friend 10 cents each per year. That makes it impossible to give the times and Farmers Friend both for a. We will give both papers for $1.10 to those who want it. We made this Liberal offer to induce our patrons to up promptly and have Only raised the extra amount which the pub. Co. Has put upon us. The regular subscription Price the Farmers Friend is 50 cents a year and when you can get the times which is $1, both for $1.10, you still have a great bargain. We will give the times Farmers Friend and new York world for $1.75. The times and new York world $1.65. The times Farmers Friend and new York world $1.75. If you suffer from sleeplessness we not try . Wheelers nerve Vitali the great new discovery for nervous diseases and sleeplessness warranted by gentsch�?T8 drug store. An electric search Light has been used for mine illumination in Scotland. The apparatus is suspended Over the pits Mouth and the Light can be diffused throughout the Shaft concentrated at the Bottom. Do you cough cure it brants Balsam the sure cure. 25 and 50 cents at Gentsch a drug store. Account by old Yakutsk Lead a norwegian skipper to suppose that lofty Laud at a distance about 15 Miles to the Northwest has been seen from the Northern shores the new hebrides islands. It is probable therefore that Nansen May discover the unknown Laud and Winter there instead the new hebrides. To get new dress s easily color Over the traded ones magic dyes. Every color True to name and fast. 10 cents at Gentsch a drug store. A Winter railway a gauge 3 feet and provided cars to carry 20 persons each is to be Laid the ice the Neva at St. Petersburgh. Another novel railway is one projected in Japan the cars which will accommodate four passengers each and will be drawn Over the rails by coolies. A process by which scrap steel can be heated and rolled into shape is in use at the Jefferson Iron works Steubenville Messes. Harden amp Woods the inventors after much work finally perfected a Mineral composition which certain chemicals when mixed scrap enables it to be heated rolled an-1 welded without melting. The manner procedure is to Lay a Bottom pie then Cross pieces scrap layers the composition is then applied laying that a top piece All which is strapped together Iron making a bundle 2\ inches thick All which is heated and rolled into any shape desired. An Ohio father baby. My wife received a Sample bottle . Hands Colic cure. For four Mouths she hardly took her cloths off the baby cried so. The Sample . Hands Colic cure worked like magic. I went right to the drug store and bought a 25c. Bottle and a Dottle . Hands pleasant physic and we Are truly grateful that such Relief has come to Daby and to us. Respectfully Geo. M. Vaught Delaware Ohio. For Sale at f. C. Miller amp son druggist. Gold Silver and Lead have been discovered in Spruce Hill Ross county this state. Co doses Honey figs�?50 cents. A Honey figs is a very Couce Utra red extract Ripe California figs Etc. It has no equal As a Safe cure for con by pm Tion , fever nervousness in ave kidneys Etc. Old folks love it Arm children beg for More. Physicians g Voit in place Castor Oil. Keep up the times and done to let any druggist sell you some syrup not half so g a Ltd which he makes More profit. L Mand a Honey figs a made by the Fig Honey co., and Tell your neighbors h. A ple did it is. No other laxative eve it j old so Well gave such satisfaction. Sold by f. K. Gentsch. 44y

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