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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 22, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new York world Farmers Friend times one year for $1.75. New Philadelphia times. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday february 22, 1894. Number 9. 05b it Cut a l 05cmtmctti. Hill is again top but what a Day reckoning there will be. It takes $160,573,000 to pay the pension Roll 1894, and yet tie Republican calamity howler wants to know Why the democrats loot the United states Treasury. Local melange. Some idiot who has crawled into the Ohio legislature has introduced a Bill in the Senate which provides that a Hunter who goes out with a dog and gun must also be provided with a License to Hunt which will Cost him five dollars. This Law has no provisions for a Farmer Hunting his own land. Anything is the Rule Mckinley Testo raise the wind to meet their extravagant wants and expenditures. Reports from Bradstreet and that dunes financial raters say that ten Mills Start to one Stop since the passage the Wilson Bill. A Large number new England factories whose owners declared in Strong terms that their Mills should rot to to the ground if the Wilson Bill became a Law Are now Only too glad to resume operations. With but a few exceptions All Are running full time. They say the Outlook is Bright and not As bad As their High protective Brethren pictured it. The votes cast by the Ohio contingent in Congress for and against the Wilson Bill is As follows. Yeast Donavan Harter Hare Houk in irk Johnson Layton Outhwaite Pearson Richards Ritchie total 11, All democrats. Nays Grosvenor Bundy Caldwell Hulinek Northway Storer Strong Vanvoorhis White Wilson total 10, All republicans from this it will be seen that the reputed division Ohio democrats the Bill emanated from the disordered brains a few Republican scribblers who were drove to their wits end for something to write about. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Spelling bees Are Ripe. Charles parties is Home. Blakes Mills wants to Annex. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker. George Bippus Sun Dayed in Dennison. The ground hog told the truth once in his life. Miss Addie Newman City last week. Was m our Patty Quinn jr., is visiting friends in Cambridge. A Sun dog is indicative an approaching storm. Menus Good overalls 25? at g. Sen Hauser amp sons. 9-3 there were a number converts during the late revivals. Miss Alice Gale Bartli is spending a week with her Mother. Sheriff Adams was at Uhrichsville tuesday business. Cleve judge Douthitt visited land the first the week. In president Cleveland named thu third Man for supreme judge tin 19th Hornblower being the first and Peckham the second the u. S. Senate refusing to confirm the appointment in each Case. He named Edward Douglas White Louisiana As the third Man. The Senate immediately confirmed the appointment. Or. White is a Bachelor and the youngest member the supreme Bench. This will now put an end to the bickering that Branch Congress. J. A. Taylor Paoli was visiting relatives in town last week. The Small boy enjoyed himself he Farmers sled last week. A number our Young gentlemen spent Sabbath in Uhrichsville. Blue and White jumpers 25? at g. Sen a user it pc sons. 9-3 Noah Beec Liy South Broadway is quite ill disposed this week. Qui Vive at the Home mrs. Douthitt monday eve feb. 26. Mrs. Miller Dover was with friends in this City wednesday. John Fletcher son judge Douthitt is attending College at Berea. Some the machinery the paper Mill is being shipped to Cleveland. Menus Good suits no shoddy $2.25, at g. Send Mauser amp sons. 9-3 m . Pittinger Dennison was the guest her Mother last wednesday. Miss Lou entertained a number her Young friends at her Home tuesday eve. Philip Danner a former resident Strasburg lately an inmate the epileptic Asylum at Gallipolis died saturday last in that institution. The u. B. Congregation in this City has been constituted a station and will hereafter receive the undivided attention and labors the pastor e. V. Cole. About thirty our k. Of p. Boys were at Uhrichsville Friday night attending Lodge. Several passed the third degree. The boys returned in the morning rather sleepy. The presbyterian Church ladies will give a grand supper february 22d, Washington a birthday in the lecture room the Church commencing at five clock p. M. All Are invited. About Twenty couple our Young people surprised . And mrs. Albert Tarbet West Ray St. One evening last week. An elegant supper was served and a very pleasant evening was spent by All present. Frank Gnu Eli for some time past acting in the capacity As Foreman a gang men in the employ the Canton wrought Iron Bridge co., is Here visiting relatives and friends. Frank looks Hale and Hearty. Many our Young people tripped the Light fantastic toe Friday evening in Knisely amp business room formerly the mayors office. Knise Lye a orchestra furnished excellent music and the evening was pleasantly spent. We will continue our great Slaughter prices dissolution Sale boots shoes and rubbers until March 15, 1894. Menus rubber boots Colchester spading first class Quality $2.15 boys $1.85. Other goods proportionally As cheap. 9-3 Eckert amp Taylor. Another Good Man gone. W. L. Wallick the Sherman House is making some More neat i changes about the hotel. The dining room is being re papered and repainted and when completed will have the appearance a metropolitan hotel. Law understands the Man a aging a hotel to perfection. Henry Minnig formerly Foreman the Deutsche Beo Bachiter this City but for the past nine years has been holding cases in Washington d. C., and other Points in the East arrived Here last week a visit to his there should be a dog Pound in this brother s. R. Minnig. Henry looks City and the worthless under the Sod. Curs turned senatorial seat stolen. In the Ohio Senate the 15th inst was the scene one the most outrageous political steals in the history the state. The facts Are As follows in the 18tli and 19th senatorial districts there were 14,912 votes cast for Hon. John a. Buchanan and 14,871 for Walter s. Hardesty making 41 majority for . Buchanan. The trouble arose in Mill Creek township Coshocton county by the officials neglect to count the 117 votes cast for Buchanan and 48 for Hardesty. Out this fact grew the contest. All parties agreed As to the facts that if those votes were counted As they should have been that Buchanan was elected. Hardesty stood upon the technicality the Law As to the returns. Both parties agreed to go Back the returning Board and take the evidence in the Case and it was done accordingly. Or. Buchanan relied the fact that the Senate is the sole judge the election and qualifications its members and that technical rules do not apply and further relying the precedent set by republicans in the 66th general Assembly in going Back the returns and had reason to believe if republicans were honest he would be entitled to his seat. One the Republican members the committee was ashamed the outrage and would not sign the report and would not vote in favor the steal. It was a Clear Case political robbery that will be a blot upon the Ohio Senate henceforward. Or. Hardesty will now draw the salary . Buchan an and join hands with his colleagues in All the High handed chicanery and political robbery that the present Assembly seems so Well qualified to carry out. G. Send Mauser amp sons have received their Spring line hats. They re beauties. See them. 9-3 the Eagle has again been placed Over the mayors office but with its color changed. Messes. John and we. Ott near Bakersville were in the City business monday. Miss Lottie Hardman Uhrichsville is the guest miss Walter this week. Margaret better times Here. The Many industries which have been Idle for some time under the Mckinley legislation Are again opening up and Rushing business for All it is Worth. From All Over the country comes the cheering news hundreds factories that have been closed Are running full blast. The Baltimore my news printed the following sensible and interesting article the present business situation. This no doubt ceases the ravings the calamity howlers Over the country and instead put their shoulder to the wheel and bring about a Happy prosperous time a the business situation is rapidly returning to the status that prevailed before the disturbance. The South and the West Are making the Best Progress but the East is not far be Nind. The record As regards industries is particularly encouraging. It is estimated by competent authorities that the resumption Industrial slants last week out numbered shut owns ten to one. There is no doubt that several Hundred establishments in different parts the country have started up which there is no record. There has been less heard about destitution than for several weeks indicating that the ranks the unemployed Are being thinned by the return Idle workmen to the Mills that have resumed within the past week ten Days. This in itself we Ould be cause for congratulations but the record does not end there. There has been a noticeable increase in orders from the country for goods both in number and amount. Collections have also improved and there have been fewer requests for extensions. The millions upon millions Idle capital at the principal centers is being gradually lessened and will soon find its Way into new enterprises. Now and then a Wail comes from Wall Street but sensible business men have Learned that reports that emanate from that Quarter Are not always reliable and that often they Are Quot concocted for the purpose influencing an Illinois Man named storms h s named Lus three sons Hale storms Rayne storms and Snow storms. His fourth he will probably Call blizzard a inter Ocean. What is the matter with Wynde storms and Cyclone heavily Laden trains shake the Earth More during the Winter season than summer months. Mrs. S. B. Flora was rather indisposed a few Days this week account neuralgia trouble. Menus Good heavy socks regular 3 for a Quarter Quality 5 pairs for 25 at g. Send Mauser amp sons. 9-3 Hon. J. A. Richards is Home from Washington for a few Days visit. He is looking quite Well. Messes. James Johnson Fred Cap Pel and Robert Galbraith Dennison were in town tuesday. . Hilton West High St., has been quite ill for the past week but is slowly convalescing. A Large number wild geese Are flying northward which old timers say is a sign an Early Spring. Mrs. A. T. Ready new Philadelphia is visiting her Mother mrs. Belinda Sentinel. The Best working Coats in the world at $1.50 each at g. Send Mauser amp sons. 9-3 Rev. Smith pastor the lutheran Church in this place has been assisting Rev. Summers at Magnolia. The entertainment Given by the y. P. S. E. Last Friday eve in the lecture room was a very pleasant affair. Mrs. Charles Zelner this City and mrs. Or. Knisely Uhrichsville the same As old and enjoys Good health. A special grand jury was Impan eled last week to pass upon several criminal cases. The jury indicted Fred Lahmers whom we spoke last week for assault with intent to rape. Peter Schoenbrunn and Alonzo Steiner were indicted for grand larceny. All parties will Likely have a Chance to learn a Trade. Praise service next sunday three clock p. M. At the y. M. A. Rooms conducted by Harry Gibbon. Arrangements have been made with some our Home Talent to give us some vocal and instrumental music. Come All and enjoy a pleasant hour. A cordial invitation extended to All. If a business Man has something he thinks real Nice real cheap something novel let him make it known to the Public. He ought to devise ways to catch the Eye and the ear the Public. There is no better Way to do this than to use columns your Home paper. Nearly every Day Xie Ople Are being warned to look out for this that class swindlers operating some new game to defraud the unsuspecting. To always be the Safe Side do All your dealing with responsible parties and people that you know and never sign your name to anything for a stranger. Each county in the state May appoint one Man each year to a free scholarship in the agricultural department the Ohio state University at Columbus. If there be a county agricultural society the appointment is to be made by it otherwise the Farmers Institute the county is entitled to make the appointment. Special revival services continue All this week at the u. B. Church in this City. The pastor will be assisted by . O. Siffert Navarr and Rev. John Morgan jr., Mckeesport a. There have been fifty conversions and forty five accessions up to Date and an excellent interest a former elder this m. E. Conference passes to his Reward. Rev. Ezra singely i. D., died at the residence his son in Law Daniel Mcconville in Washington d.c., thursday february 8, 1892. A Short time ago his relatives and friends at Coshocton were much troubled upon learning that a serious surgical operation had been found to be necessary. The operation seemed to have been successful and All anxiety appeared to be removed but the 7th inst. A dispatch was received announcing alarming symptoms which resulted in his death from sceptical Nira the following Day. Ezra Hingeley was born in Birmingham England october 20, 1825. His family As Well As that his wife whose Maiden name was Anne Warwick were All Strong Wesleyan sympathies their membership in that Church going Back to the time its organization. He began his ministerial work at the age sixteen. At Twenty he was married and in 1849 he came to Pittsburgh. In 1853 he joined the Pittsburgh conference. He served charges in that and then in the East Ohio conference in unbroken succession until the fall 1892, when he retired As lie thought for a Brief respite from labor. Among his appointments were Stuberville East Liverpool Massillon Pittsburgh Barnesville Cambridge Salem Coshocton and new Philadelphia District. It was injuries received by a fall from his horse in his last named office that eventually caused his death. He carried through life a youthfulness spirit habits close study and observation a keen interest in All questions the Day and a most unusual activity mind. He was a Man Strong convictions absolute integrity fearless opposition but kind in his disposition and peculiarly gentle in his Home. He was highly honoured by All who knew him and his death comes to them As a personal sorrow. His body was brought from Washington to the residence his son in Law George a. Hay at Coshocton from which place the funeral services were held february 10th. He leaves a wife and three daughters. A new swindle. One the most original schemes for beguiling Money from the unsuspecting Farmer has just come to Light in Kentucky. It was played by a stranger course. He pretended to want to buy a farm. He must inspect the farm before purchasing and simultaneously with his examination the hogs the farm were acting in a very unaccountable manner. The owner was at a loss As to the cause but the stranger claimed to be an expert and to know All about hogs. He declared that they were afflicted with a rolling he professed to be Able to cure them for Only $25 with the receipt thrown in. A a no cure no the offer is accepted the Medicine Given and by the next morning the hogs appear to be cured. But the disease seems to be Conta Genus for one after another All the droves hogs in the neighbourhood were affected but the strangers skill was equal to the emergency and the hogs were cured. It has since transpired that the stranger the night before the hogs were taken fed them a plentiful Supply Corn soaked in a Good old Blue grass whisky a course the hogs were cured course the fee was paid course he new yorker. Visited acquaintances at Philipsburg still prevails. Day services at 2 . Last week. Property holders should be compelled to keep their sidewalks Clear from Snow and ice. It might save a damage suit. Or. Yingling Newcomerstown a Fine trombone player spent a few Days in our City and played with the band wednesday eve. Mrs. Mcconahay Tippecanoe who has been visiting at the residence clerk Donahay for the past week returned Home Friday. Editor Lawler the Carrollton chronicle will attach p. M. To his name hereafter. He has caught to the postmaster craze. Howdy. I have All my new Wall paper for Spring Trade. It will pay you to look at my line Feiore buying elsewhere. Burnside a Bazaar. 9-2 the whist club this City was entertained by mrs. J. L. Mcllvain Friday afternoon. A Royal repast was served and the occasion a pleasant one. The clipping horses in the Winter season should be made an offence punishable by a heavy Fine. It acts just the same As a person their heavy underwear. News has reached us that mrs. Paoli Bremer port Washington fell Down the stairs at her Home fracturing her Skull and severing the nose from her face. Her recovery doubtful. Taking off j in is the room now occupied by . Espenschied As a jewelry store has been leased by our Young Friend Chas. Spence where he will engage in the confectionary business. Or. E. Will remove his jewelry Stock to the room now occupied by we. Sharp South Broadway. Evening i . The Ohio editorial association held its annual meeting in Columbus the 16th inst. Our fellow townsman j. L. Mcllvain was re elected president the association and was also honoured with the appointment As one the delegates to the National editorial convention to be held at Asbury Park. Quite a number editors joined the association at the Columbus meeting. On last saturday while John King was walking Home the c. L. Amp w. Track he was caught a trestle at sugar Creek by a through freight and horribly mangled. He is 30 years age married and an Engineer at the Arnold Brick works near Strasburg. Re to Nave i he in we a been under the influence liquor and trouble is in store for the vender. The Long looked for event a the Diamond ring presentation by the great Eastern band to the Young lady securing the greatest number votes passed off very pleasantly wednesday eve. Miss Pearl Powle son having 1,968 votes miss Della Roth 1,527. The g. E. B. Appreciating the efforts both ladies presented to each a Diamond ring. Miss Powleson having first Choice. A standing the Corner did no to mean no harm a is the name a new song just received by us and we must Sav for a comic affair it goes ahead anything we have seen for some time. All the negro phrases such As a a my baby a a a Honey a a Sweet things a a a deed he did a Etc. Occur in it besides the music is very pretty. Ask your music dealer for it Send ten two cent Stamps to the publishers j. Groene amp co. No. 19 Arcade Cincinnati And it will be mailed prepaid. Another Clever swindle. Out in Illinois the Farmers Are being subjected to the old county Atlas swindle but in a new form. At Jacksonville and surrounding country in that state a Large number victims have been made a Clever swindle a lot agents went around last summer claiming to be getting data for a county map. If a Man did not want to subscribe for the Book they would ask him to sign a certificate that they had been his farm so they could show it to their employer. This was done in Many instances and now an innocent party Calls them for $15 for an Atlas the county for which they subscribed. The agents the company declare the organization is innocent As it hired agents percentage and paid for the list subscribers which they supposed in Good Faith. They generally leave the Atlas in the House and drive away and trouble is in store for those who refuse to pay for it. These Are the same parties who were in operation in the Western part the state some years ago but their performances were different. There is no doubt but the same game May be formulated in this Vicinity and if so look out. Sign nothing no matter How innocent the paper parties May look. To utilize the ditch. A dispatch from Akron to the Cleveland Leader say s a a it has just leaked out that a meeting much importance to this City and other Points along the Ohio canal was held Here Cru i meet my it is said was the consideration a scheme to abandon the canal and utilize its Grade for the construction an electric railway from Cleveland South. Just what is proposed to make the Southern terminus the Road is not yet decided upon. That will come in proper course if the legislature can be induced not to make any appropriation for the maintenance the canal. Two Cleveland capitalists Are mentioned As being among the parties interested in the abandonment the canal. The promoters the scheme Are very sanguine that they will will run to Bridgeport. The Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling has discontinued running Over the Wheeling terminal Bridge into Wheeling and will instead resume its old practice running to Bridgeport where connections with the Street car lines effect a saving Twenty minutes to the passengers while the company saves considerable yearly rental. Ainu to we dressed Nice the times makes its Bow to the Public this week in a bran new dress. For some time past our old Type had Given us trouble to get a Good impression and change was absolutely necessary. This last improvement we Are Happy to say puts our office in the Best condition. We have now All the labor saving devices and a Good assortment Job Type ornaments cuts Etc. Necessary to get out a first class Job we can give you from a dodger to a full Sheet poster. We have a new Foreman and a first class Job Printer. Done to fail to give the times a Call. Good news for Idle works. We notice in the Cleveland world that among the bidders for furnishing water pipe for the water works at Cleveland James b. Clow amp co., Chicago owners our pipe works in this City were the lowest�?$17.50 per ton a which will doubtless secure them the Job. The probabilities Are that the order will be filled from the works Here. We have been informed that arrangements have been made for teams and Coal haulers Here which Means that the new Philadelphia works will Start up business soon. We Hope this will prove True at least. What is wanted Here. Millersburg it. Hope and Benton Are putting up a private Telephone line for the use the towns. They intend to buy their own instruments and work their own line without pay ing Royalty. Let our people follow the example. Uhrichsville Dennison new Philadelphia and Dover can have Telephone service at half rates if they will go at the matter Valley reporter. The Price charged for the use a phones by the company now Here is too much and it would be the proper thing to get a cheaper plan Telephone service. A mayor top. The mayor Zanesville is now a top a so to speak. The City Council contracted with three daily papers to publish the mayors proclamation closing the saloons while the mayor ordered it published in the sunday news. The publisher the news brought suit against the City and won it judge Philips the common pleas Bench holding that the mayor wat the chief executive and had the Power to put it in the news regardless the contract the City Council. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remain unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by March 5, 1894. John Kendell Jones g. L. Wetzel f. W. Root s. L. Kent Silas Meese . Hatcher Isaac Hill Elizabeth Cribbs George Crice John Burns r. , Frank Adair Elias w. Ackerman a. W. Davis Charles a. Lamson Susie Stuner. Please say a a advertised when asking for above. Wyss p. M. A close Call. Saturday afternoon As Ida Keller was going Home from town she met with an Accident that came near costing her life. As she crossed the c. L. Amp a. Railroad at Goshen the switch engine came upon her without warning killing the horse smashing the buggy and pitching the lady Down the embankment. Her escape from death was almost miraculous As it was she was considerably bruised. She claims that no signal was Given by the Engineer and that she did not see it approach. There was a Man in a buggy just behind who took her Home. From our neighbors As gathered by our Busy corps Rural correspondents. Of Shanesville. The dance saturday night was a Success. Every one seems to be suffering from a severe cold. There will be no school thursday and the children expect to have a Jolly time. The lumbermen who have been working around Here for the past few months left last week. The Oil company has Given up Hopes finding plenty Oil and Are now drilling for Massillon Coal. Camp fires can be seen Early and late in the Maple Groves which tells us that the Farmers Are making their sugar. Ferd Strauss and John Maxwell have returned from their trip to the sunny South and seem much pleased with the country. After an absence several months Clarence Richardson has returned Home. He has been visiting among his Many friends in Michigan. Washington a birthday will be celebrated Byr the primary and intermediate departments our school by exercises wednesday afternoon. Or. Beriah Johnson and family attended the funeral his father at Dundee o., sunday. He was a very old Man being ninety y ears age. As it has been some time since you last heard from our Little Village we will Endeavor to let our neighbors know that we yet class ourselves among the living. We Are pleased to see our old Friend Henry Blick again in our town. He has been working in Mansfield during the past year and will return after a few Day so visit to his parents and friends. Johnson amp Zahner shipped a Carload Fine horses to Buffalo last week. Circumstances being such that neither Johnson nor Zahner could leave Here just then the care the horses was entrusted to Virgil Burrel. We Are grieved to announce the death and burial Little Gusta Zahner. He had been seriously ill for a Short time Only and died last Friday night. The funeral took place in the reformed Church monday Forenoon. The weather has opened up and mud reigns supreme. However we had very Fine Sleigh ing last week but the Snow left All too soon to please the Young people As they enjoyed it very much. They were Wise in taking advantage it the Short time it lasted. There were several sled loads out every evening. St. Valentines Day came but the Shane stillians were scarcely aware its presence. The cause this is easily explained by a remark made by one the boys who in speaking to a Friend said a we boys had to save our Money so that we could take our girls to the dance at Baltic wednesday night so we had no Loose change with which to Send Uhrichsville. Marshall Goodman made a trip to Columbus last week with sheriff Adams. Or. Thompson Cleveland Sun Dayed with his son in Law c. B. Thompson. Col. Taylor and several other sir knights from the county seat attended a meeting the comma dry Here last wednesday night. The candidates for the various offices Are hustling for All they Are Worth. There is a Surprise in store for some who think they have a sure thing. The republicans Mill township Are never behind they Are always to the front. Those present at the Lincoln banquet at Columbus were e. A. Parrish e. J. Romig e. P. Uhrich t. Hammond and t. E. Peterson. An Ohio artist. W. T. Mathews who is painting governor Mckinley a portrait to be placed in the gallery governors in the state House began his career As an artist in Cincinnati in 1845 �?T46. He went there from Canton o., to become a druggist at the suggestion a brother who was a physician. When he went to Cincinnati he took with him several pictures As evidence his Handiwork. The first night he stopped at the old Broadway hotel then the fashionable hotel the Cit but realizing that his purse w As not Long enough to stand the Drain he soon removed to a Small hotel Over the canal then As now designated a Over the the pictures he Hung the Walls to beautify his room. The German proprietor entered the room and Wras attracted by a picture a Boston Harbor with sailing vessels. When . Mathews returned the German asked him the Price and Wras told $20. He said a you Stop by me and i buy the bargain was soon made and this was the first picture . Mathews Ever sold. He was introduced to an artist who persuaded him that he was a natural artist and that it would be wrong to fritter away time at other business and offered him a position without pay in his studio. The offer we As accepted and . Mathews has followed his inclination Ever since and is now recognized As one the leading portrait painters now in this country a Columbus dispatch feb. 8 the nations Capitol. Vil the the death an old citizen. Daniel Kurtz aged 85 years and brother the late . Kurtz died thursday last pneumonia. His wife died about three y ears ago. He was one the old land Marks the county and at one time a resident Westchester. He had been a citizens new Philadelphia for a number years. As a citizens he was highly respected. He reared a Large family children four w Hom survive him. There were about two w weeks Between the burial the two aged Brothers. The funeral took place sunday from his late residence 6th Street. A bold leap for Liberty. As marshal swy Eany was bringing a prisoner supposed to be one the parties who robbed the dwelling Adam Limbach from Coshocton a Panhandle train monday the fellow ran out and leaped from the train while handcuffed and the train running at the rate 35 Miles an hour. He was unhurt and started to run but could not make sufficient headway to escape As the marshal had the train stopped and soon captured his Man. Went out a strike. Miners at Massillon City Coal co. Mines at Goshen we ent out monday morning owing to a posted notice a Twenty cent reduction making it Only fifty cents per ton. Day labor re Sand Drivers Are also Cut Down in Price. Miners Are indignant and can to the employers to Coin Money. They sell Coal at the usual prices and it seems trying to make fools slaves out the Digger. Baltic. It seems like Spring this morning monday but is quite far away yet. Mrs. Peter Moersch is the sick list. We have not heard the cause her illness. The w heat looks apparently All right but the hardest month for it is coming yet. The child John sneered that has been afflicted with lung fever is somewhat improving but rather slow. The elegant comforter that w As drawn by . Shauman Seattle wash., was presented to miss Ola Rinehart so it remained right in town. We. Zinkon is contemplating handling two makes first class buggies this coming summer. Bill is an honest fellow and we hat he tells y can be relied upon about buggies. The y Oung people the English and lutheran churches Here United and Are holding a y Oung Peoples Christian society every sunday evening. We think it is very Nice the Young people to get up an organization this kind and Hope it will be a Success As it is deserving. There was a report some time ago that there was some Clay men prospecting in this neighbourhood for Clay but it has turned out to be a joke. Gets put a plug hat and took a Post Hole Digger to get the excitement stated up to see How much Fred w Ould ask for an acre his land. Land ran Way up clean out All reason. We Hope the next democratic nomination will be held by popular votes if not w e Are afraid some the democrats will keep voting the Republican ticket any w Ayas far As the county is concerned. There Are a number democrats hereabouts disgusted at a few w to w ant to be Bosses. Last fall election is quite enough. Take warning. Burglars tapped the Baltic hotel but being w watched they decamped quickly. They effected an Entrance through the office window and we Ere seen by a couple men across the Alley. A amp fire 1 uoor1. The parties Are known and can be picked out any sized crowd. They took a Box cigars. Dexter. Assignment court cases. Friday february 23, 1894. No. 1. Elsher Ann Millison is. Sarah l. My ers it Al. No. 47. Samuel Auld is. The Lage Uhrichsville. No. 48. Nancy e. Meally is Village Uhrichsville. No. 49. James c. Johnson is Village Uhrichsville. No. 51. Wesley m. Tracy is. We m. Sweaney. No 63. Henry c. Scott is. Martin j. Scott. No. 66. Goldsmith Joseph Fries amp co. Is Anna Anathan. No. 117. J. W. Ansell is. We. R. Hill and Nellie j. Hill. Saturday february 24. No. 82. Albert Cochran is. Louisa Cochran. No. 104. Geo. T. Fleming is. The Dennison manufacturing co. No. 122. Julia Peter is. Anna and John Spesinger. No. 127. P. S. Olmstead adm rvs. W. A. Hardesty adm a. No. 137. Nancy j. Hanby vib. Mary a. Fulton. Mary Fauver is. Noah Fauver. Monday february 26. No. 153. Ida m. Smith is. Benjamin f. Smith. No. 167. Andrew Erwn in is. Norah Robert it Al. Spend a dime and save dollars by making faded clothing look like new with magic dyes. Rich fast colors which do not Crock 10 at Gentsch a drug store. Passed to the unknown. Christian Meyer after a Brief ill Ness a few Days lung fever succumbed to the inevitable the 12th inst at his Home Beaverdam ave. The deceased was born in Canton Berne Switzerland dec. 2, 1828, and after his boyhood Day s had been 6pent in that country he came to this country. During his life hew As engaged in All kinds labor and seemingly Happy in his Bachelor Hood. He had three Brothers and one sister mrs. John Meyer to mourn the loss kind and devoted brother. The funeral occurred last thursday afternoon followed to his last resting place by a Large concourse bereaved relatives and sympathizing friends. In his younger Days he United w Ith the German reformed Church and until his death lived a consistent Christian life. He was aged 62 years 2 months 16 Days. Philadel Gilmore. Or. Hefling was at new phia last week. Fleming Roberts and family visited relatives last. Week. Miss Kitturah Berkshire w ill visit relatives Here the present w Eek. Della Fowler and Herman Hefling Are both recovering from an attack j diphtheria. Rev. J. Murphy and we Ife re i turned to their Home in newcomers Tow n wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Levi Morris and daughter j mrs. James Kerby wrent to Tippe Canoe thursday to visit relatives. Charles Shooley and wife Uhrichsville and . Dicker near Freeport attended the funeral Jno. Robinson wednesday. Rev. Westwood delivered a Sermon to the members the k p. Lodge in the m. P. Church at this place sunday evening feb. 18. A bitter Sweet they did their duty. The new York world says the Wilson Bill passed the House representatives by a vote 204 to 140, a majority 64. This is the largest majority Given for a Tariff Bill since the War. In 1883 the Bill which was know n As the Tariff commission Bill passed the House by a majority 48, the vote being 128 to 80. In 1884 the vote to strike out the enacting clause the Morrison Bill w As 159 to 155. In 1888 the Mills Bill Wras passed by the House by a vote 162 to 149, a majority 13. The Mckinley Bill received a majority 22 in 1890, the vote standing 164 to 142. The Large majority obtained by the Wilson Bill is great significance. The democratic representatives Are charged by their constituents with the duty lowering Tariff taxes. They have performed this duty. They have voted to reduce duties and More than that they expressed themselves decidedly in favor the form and method reduction embodied in the Wilson Bill. A Bill obtaining such a majority in the Branch Congress having the sole Dow .Tqkf to Quot Quot in in ally changed by the Senate. The House has come recently from the people and such an expression opinion As it has Given in behalf the Wilson Bill ought to be conclusive democratic senators. Interesting tips the doings our Wise lawmakers. Democratic senators Are satisfied with the Progress made by the subcommittee the Wilson Tariff Bill although they would course have been glad to have had the Bill reported to the full committee this week. How Ever the time spent in getting the Bill in proper condition is not time lost. Every democratic member the finance committee except senator Vance who is away account his health has been in almost constant conference with senator Jones Vest and Mills who compose the sub committee and when the Bill is reported to the full committee senator Jones thinks it we ill not be later than next tuesday it will in reality be ready to be reported to the Senate As All the changes made will have received the approval All the democrats the ii Nance committee. Sugar seems to be the principal stumbling Block although there Are several other articles upon which there Are differences in opinion. But All the democratic senators agree in saying that the indications All Point to a harmonious agreement. It looked Early in the we Eek As though representative Blands Bill for the coinage the seigniorage would go through we it Lieut any serious trouble but he made several ineffectual attempts to secure the unanimous consent necessary in the absence an order from the committee rules to set a time for closing the debate. The opposition not Only refused to consent to set a time to vote but it notified . Bland that the friends the Bill must make their own quorum we Hen they did vote. Sex speaker Reed became so nagging in his opposition to . Blands attempts to close the debate that . Hatch w to was in the chair had to Call for the sergeant at arms before he could get order. Or. Bland w a thoroughly mad. Representative Bry an Nebraska is going a Tariff Reform and Silver speech making tour. His first speech will be made the 21st inst., to the students the Normal school at Valparaiso Indiana. The next evening he is scheduled for a speech at the Chicago Union league banquet. From there he goes to Lincoln neb., and then to Denver w Here the 28th inst., he is to speak at the banquet the Graystone club a Tariff Reform and by Metal ism not one but senator Gray never poses As an orator. When he has anything to say he proceeds in a straight Forward business like Way to say it and what he says is always carefully and respectfully listened to. His two Day speech the hawaiian question this week was a Complete and unbiased history the relations Between this country and the Little islands which he truly said a if an earthquake a convulsion in those Southern seas w Ere to Swallow them up tomorrow there would not be except from feelings humanity for the loss life a Ripple the surface the w Orlds it is because the question involved is one International morality that this hawaiian business becomes important. Senator Gray a remarks about the Flag incident Are w Orthy careful perusal a a Good Deal has been said about the hauling Down the american Flag in Honolulu. When the american Flag is raised by the order a democratic president it will be hauled up under circumstances that w ill keep it where it is until the winds the heaven have beat it to rags. It w ill never be hauled up in Dishonour. It will never be hauled up so As to put the great people whose Symbol Power and authority it is to the Blush. It will never mis represent the magnanimity the greatness the courage the people the United states As it did when it we As hauled up at the request this revolutionary Junta in the hawaiian islands the first Day february 1893. What Are we to say in condemnation the president who unhesitatingly we Hen he found that a wrong had been done ordered the Flag to be hauled Down the american people w ill always commend a president w to does the right thing and who is not governed by the Mere clamor and jingoism that is sought to be injected into this the Post office department has declared the Honduras lottery company understood to be the successor the defunct Louisiana concern to be fraudulent and instructed postmasters not to deliver registered mail to it any the men known to be connected with it. The Issue ing Money orders payable outside the United 8tates, to the same parties has also been prohibited. President Cleveland has resumed the Tri weekly Public receptions at the White House which a pressure Public business compelled him to temporarily abandon last summer. Representative Boatner la., has a substitute for the presort Quot tends to push in Congress. It does away with life tenure in office and makes 12 years the longest time any person can remain in office. Baking t powder absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. Latest United states government food report. Total baking powder co. 108 Wall str it Ntow York. New Philadelphia markets. Flour Best family per s 68 --------85 00 .75 .50 60 .35 66 .1 75 .2 50 6 00 10 00 18� 25 .15 10� 12 .7�8 .7�9 10 .04 60 5w 4 per sack. A a new process per sack. Quot Amber per sack. Wheat per Bushel., Corn per Bushel. Oats. Rye. Oil meal per 100 pounds. Timothy seed per Bushel. Clover seed per Buchli Hay. Per ton. Butter per Pound. Eggs per dozen. Hams per Pound. Shoulders per Pound. Sides per Pound. Lard re Pound. Tallow per Pound. Potatoes per Bushel. Chickens per put it mud. Tunney a per Pound. Deese. Ducks per Pound. 40� 50 06 if you done to want to break a 60, buy a 25 bottle brants Balsam us and Stop that cough. Sure cure at Gentsch a drug store. 44 More is a handsomely illustrated 50-Page pamphlet issued by the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway company giving valuable information regarding agriculture sheep raising climate soil and other resources South Dakota. It also contains a Correct map North As Well As South Dakota. Every Farmer in fact any one interested in agriculture Etc., should have a copy it. Sent free to any address upon application to William Kelly jr., travelling passenger age to 14 Exchange St., Buffalo n. Y. 2t Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns Ana All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25 per Box. For Sale by f. Miller amp Sou. F. Davis editor Bloomfield Iowa Farmer says a i can recommend chamberlains cough remedy to All sufferers with colds and croup. I have used it in my family for the past two years and have found it the Best i Ever used for the purposes for w hich it is 50? bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp son. 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 nutria Cious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. That the steam flour Mill is the place to sell their wheat Corn Oats and to those w to want to buy can get just what they wan in the shape flour and feed All kinds. Just think it. And ask your grocer when you w ant flour for the steam Mill flour Patent ladles Delight 85 cts. Per sack. Xxx 85 cts. Per sack. Old old 75c. Per sack. None better anywhere. A t $ every sack to cure All nervous troubles and diseases a Cdr wheelers nerve Vitalizer is pronounced the greatest medical discovery the age. Free trial bottles at Gentsch a drug store. Marriage permits. Oliver Harshey and Minnie b. Cook. A e. Kuhn and Elizabeth Ulrich. Geo. E. Taylor and Mary e. Dear Dorff. Jesse to Hilligas and Jessie Gilmore Chas. Stange and Elizabeth May. Market Price. Wheat Only one person in 15,000 reaches the age 100 years. Very Well Man has hard enough time to get through All right we Ith the present limit. Germany will adopt the australian ballot. A card thanks. We hereby extend our Heartfelt thanks to All who contributed to the Bountiful donation that we As Given us last saturday evening. E. V. Cole and family. Or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer the nerve cure Sells. $1, at Gentsch a drug store. Mid Winter excursions via the Pennsylvania lines. The special Low rate excursions to san Francisco san Diego los Angeles san Bernardino and other California Points now for Sale via Pennsylvania line will be Good returning until july 15,1894. 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 i Pittsburgh a. The times and n. Y. World $1.65. Oats Corn we sell. Bran middling chop feed 50 cents. 32 cents. 46 cents. $16.00 per ton. 18.00 per ton. 1.10 per cwt. Salt pork 1.00 steam flour Mill anyone having a team horses Wagon and harness for Sale. Enquire at this Mill Billet amp Miller new Philadelphia. O

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