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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 5, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday july 5, 1894. Number 28. Democratic ticket. For auditor Edgar a. Walter Goshen township. 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. 1. Richards. Local melange. comment Mckinley a tin Horn Campaign Cost England nearly $15,000,000. Eig Lity five sewing girls have gone on a strike at Columbus. Who will now say the women Are not quasi fied to vote thousands of fore Ign miners Are being imported to take the place of of americans. Now is the time to agitate the immigration question. Appeal to Congress for More stringent Laws. A big let up on general Gance both Public and extra a private would go a Long Way toward making times easier. General extravagance is a hard task master and a blight to Prosperity. That King of anarchist Herr most should he in veiled into russian territory in close proximity to Siberia. Then this country would get rid of one of the most dangerous characters existence. At David 18-3m m by a vote of 89 to 84 the Tariff Bill is out of the House of bondage. It will land in a conference committee soon and not much later pass through the executive mansion into the Parchment Roll room of the state department. Czar Tom b. Reed shows Strong desire for Western sympathy in his proposed Compromise with other nations in behalf of Silver. He would do anything to gain the Summit Point of his party. There Are Many who have an ardent affection for Silver but it is easy for the Metal to get extremely hot in the hands of a political trickster As Tom Reed. The worshippers of his Royal highness High protective Tariff Mckin Lay Are now Reading Conger and his paper the Akron Beacon out of the Mystic Circle that has been sue King the sap of the Industrial institutions of the country. Conger at one time was the King Bee in the tin Industry Campaign and waded up to his neck in Mckinley a flattery and promises but his eyes Are now open and sees the error of his was. England invested �15,000,000 in solid hard Cash on the celebrated tin mines in the Black Hills of Wyoming the past seven years. Now that country Over the Pond is making a terrible kick because the concern has gone to the Wall with about �11,000 assets comprising a Hole in the ground a lot of machinery and miners Cabins. The London Standard inquisitively asks what has become of our $14,989,000. Hasni to it bloomed on their Blooming mind that a a tin campaigns bloomed in this country a few years ago and that american tin Industry had to be maintained even if our English cousins did for the tin horns badges and other devices used by the Motif gang who followed to the music of Mckinley ism. Murder will out. A consistency thou Art a jewel is purely demonstrated when the republicans led by Mckinley raised a dismal howl All Over the state three years ago because the democratic state convention declared in favor of brine Taoism and governor Campbell said he was a willing to Chance free they made the Welkin ring with appeals in favor of honest Money and railed bitterly against the democratic attempt to a a depreciated the Money of the country. It is ludicrous in the extreme to peruse the columns of the Republican press and read those speeches of the fact that the Republican state convention this year came Over and gobbled up every position so far As Silver is concerned that governor Campbell and the democratic party occupied in 1891. In fact the platform was stolen bodily. That party will steal anything to gain Power and at any Cost. The Republican press Are Wrath Over what they term a Tariff tinkering by the democratic Senate. To refreshed their muddled brains the Mckinley Tariff Bill was reported to the House of representatives on april 16, 1890, by the committee of ways and Means but it took the republicans All summer to pass it. On october 1st, it reached president Harrison who immediately signed it the measure becoming a Law october 6, 1890. Look at the country since that time. Millionaire have sprung into existence like mushrooms wages have steadily decreased year after year until starvation wages Are now the Rule. Great Trust combines have been fostered under the a a protecting wings of the Bill so that a poor Man is a slave. Factories have closed Mills shut Down and general demoralization strikes now while the Mckinley Bill is still in full Force. Take the Wool Issue of the Mckinley Tariff. Better prices were promised to Home producers but what is the result october 1, 1890, Wool was quoted in the Philadelphia markets at 87 cents May 1, 1891, same Market 35 cents. One year after the passage of the a a protective ? Bill Wool was quoted in the new York Tribune october 7, 1891, at 263 cents a drop of Over 10 cents. Since then it has steadily decreased All under the Mckinley regime. Of course this decline in Wool should be placed on democratic should Erst they get the blame for everything nowadays whether they Are guilty or not. The above figures Are taken from the new York Tribune files and As that dear old Republican paper never tells a lie we must take the quotations a was the whole truth nothing but the truth so help me personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Backward turn backward of heat in thy flight and let us be Cool again just for one night. Job printing at the times office. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker Fred Neuman is Home from College. J. J. Linn and wife spent the 4th with friends in Steubenville. An old but True motto a Deal with the Man that h. B. Mitchell of Canton suit Dayed with friends in this City. Look out the health officer is on his rounds. He Means business. Measles is catching quite a number of Little ones in the City of late. Theo. Morgan has gone to Ironton this state to celebrate the fourth. Virgil Degrief of Lima is visiting with his sister mrs. Chas. Zellner. See the summer suiting Maurera a w. Hight St. John w. Winters has gone to say Brook this state on a visit to friends. New Philadelphia had a quiet 4th. Patriotism seemed about 5% below . B. B. Crawford of Massillon spent the Forth with acquaintances in this City. C. Rippeth and daughter of Leesville visited friends Here saturday. Mrs. Fred Richardson of canal Dover spent the 4th with miss Eva Amos. De Mcelroy of Fremont o. Came Home to spend the 4th with his Mother. Miss Jessie k Smith of new com Erst own is visiting her sister mrs . Wilkins. Bohny to or. Joseph Blickens Derfer and wife in this City july 2, 1894, a son. A1 Reeves brother and sister of Youngstown spent sunday with him in this City. County treasurer Forney will join with the Cleveland people celebrating the fourth. The Sherman House people Are adding a sewerage system to that first class hostelry. Miss Mary Byerly and brother of Clevland Are visitor with mrs. Chas. Cable in this City. Mrs. Chas. J. Vincent or Alliance is visiting her sister mrs. C. E. Swift in this City. For a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m de Brown of this City is talked of As a candidate for auditor on the Republican ticket. W. H. Burnside of Youngstown Ohio is visiting his brother h. E. Burnside this City. Good Many Farmers celebrated the fourth in the wheat Field among the Golden sheaves. Miss Bertha Powell of Scranton pa., is the guest of miss Inez Savidge on North Broadway. Miss Pearl Porter who has been visiting friends at Massillon returned Home Friday. Jamie Dearborn of Chicago came Home to breathe Tuscarawas atmosphere for a few weeks. W. E. Cratz and family of Toledo were the guests of s. Rufer. On West front Street Friday last. H. L. Custer weeks at magnetic Springs in Union co. For the Benefit of his health. Emil Rosch the shoe dealer returned saturday from a visit in w. Va., with his wife a Kinsman. The great Eastern band of this City entertained the Good people at Chippewa Lake yesterday. Geo. Danforth a former Printer of this City but now of Chicago has been Here the present week. Miss Florence Myers is in Cleveland at present visiting friends. She will be absent about two weeks. Wilber Wilkins and John Kennedyjr after a pleasant visit at Newcomerstown returned Home monday. Mrs. Seran of new Cumberland is visiting her daughter mrs. J. S. Graham on North Broadway. Andrew Patrick and wife have returned from Topeka Kansas. Their son Frank name Home with them. C. B. Harvey of the Exchange hotel returned Home saturday after attending the races in new York. James Mcfarlane of Chicago a former resident of this City is spending a Short time Here with friends. Mrs. A. B. Thompson and daughter of Stuberville Are visiting the family of h. L. Custer of this City. Before getting your Job printing done come anti see us. Our prices Are with the times and neat work done. Mrs. Jas. Waddington and daughter of Rosemond 111., Are spending a few Days with friends Here this week. Capt. O. C. Powleson of co. M., 17th regiment was called to Columbus last Friday on official business by col. Hamilton. Miss Annie Mitchener of this City returned Home last week after pleasant visit with acquaintances in Massillon. John ready and Mother who have been spending a few Days at Zoar drove Over on saturday and were calling on friends. H. A. Parmelee is agent for the Cary awning Blind and As this is the Best on the Market we think he will do Well with it. Mrs. Andrew Mcdaniel of Washington pa., returned Home monday after a two weeks visit with her Sis mrs. J. Hephinger. V. Ream left for Pittsburgh monday to picnic with friends of that City up in the mountains. Wil l return saturday of this week. Some of the kind hearted people of Uhrichsville Are mourning Over the fact that a Slick swindler calling himself or. Geo. A Tiffany roped them in for various sums and then Slid out for parts unknown. Harry Kuhn of Massillon after a two months visit with his daughter . E. Espenshied and relatives Here returned Home thursday. Samuel Gertsch an aged German citizen of this City died thursday last. He was 71 years old. The funeral took place on saturday. Mrs. Rebecca Ramsey of Harrison co., returned Home sunday after several Days visit with friends in new Philadelphia and canal Dover. Satisfy yourself by seeing the largest and Best Stock of farm wagons Spring wagons and buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio 15tf mrs. Rev. I. S. Winters is at Martins ferry in attendance at the bedside of her daughter in Law who is lying dangerously ill of typhoid fever. Or. Jacob Art and wife of Black band were made Happy thursday last by the arrival of twin girls. Or. Putt of Phillipsburg was in attendance. Nicholas Miller jr., of this City received a severe sprain in the Back while lifting a Stone on Friday last which will Lay him up for a Short time. Keep your mind on co. A a my a fair and supper july 12th. The boys will do the handsome and give you a rousing Jolly Good reception. You must go. A c. Joss and family left sunday morning for Cleveland driving through by Way of Canton and Akron. They will return the latter part of the week. Prof. Chas. Haupert was Over from fire bugs around. The fore a comp were the Wooster visiting friends part of the week. He was anted by his family. They guests of Joseph Kinsey. The eighteen months old child of c. W. Adams of Cadiz fell into a tub of boiling water that had been left carelessly on the porch last saturday and was scalded to death. Last thursday night at her Home miss Anna Cook of this City gave a pie social which was largely attended by her friends and All reported a very pleasant time of those present. I am Selling the Young Many a buggy. Better than Ever. John Myers new Philadelphia Ohio lot the Johnson electric company is now building the East Avenue Extension of the Street railway. Work was commenced on monday. In about a month the East Avenue peo pie can ride up town. Union command u. V. U., of this City attended the Church in a body last Sabbath. Rev. 1. S. Winters is one of their comrades and held in High esteem by the a old Hoys in no one knows better How to talk to them than Rev. Winters. A. H. Wilson a House on Point Breeze was struck by lightning one Day last week doing considerable damage. A number of people were in the House at time but All luckily escaped without injury. Mrs. Dellah Wilkins Mother of mrs. Jas. A. I. Richars wife of our congressman died at the residence of her daughter mrs. W. Mcnaughton in Coshocton on the 22d ult. The deceased was 82 years old. The chinese Are responsible for the fire Cracker. And yet the american youth Are taught to believe that the slant eyed heathens at the Antipodes Are the lowest and meanest specimens of the human species on Earth. Married at 12. July 2d, 1894, at the Home of the brides Mother on East fair Street new Philadelphia Ohio Albert George Reeves and miss Clara Louise Welty. The wedding was private. Rev. J. C. Kreusch performed the ceremony. Prof. B. Whittaker superintendent of the Roscoe schools has accepted a Call to port Washington Ohio to assume the superintendency of the schools at that place. Prof. Whittaker is an efficient instructor and will give satisfaction in his new Field of Standard. A great drive in Wash goods All six and 8c. Challies at 3% cts per cd All French Gingham Worth 25 at lots. Fancy Black lawns Worth 18 and 20 cents go at 10 cents at s. S. Urferd a new Phila Henry Beck a former resident of this county and for Many years a resident of Beech City died last Friday aged about 60 years. He was a prominent Stock dealer. He was buried with masonic honors at Stras Burg this county on sunday. Company a a my 17th regiment o. N. G., will hold a supper and fair at Eagle Hall thursday july 12, 1894. W e will he Happy to Greet everybody please come and see us. Company ump desires to express their thanks for the substantial Aid and kindly expressions of interest in the company. By the committee. Albert Reeves and a or. Wrighi drove a livery team belonging to or. Black to Canton and Back Sun Day and when near Home one of the horses dropped dead from the heat. It was a very hot Day which was not properly considered in driving. Dumb animals cannot complain of overwork and Cool judgment should be exercised in hot weather. A truthful Exchange remarks that a there Are a whole lot of people who want the newspaper to help Boom their business and the business of the City provided the editor who will do All the writing make the fight make enemies get licked and the expense of doing it. They Only appreciate the Power of the press when it is turned against them the Goshen township Sabbath school Union held its second meeting at the m. E. Church on sunday the meeting was largely Quot attendee and was highly interesting. This is surely a Good move and will prove highly Quot beneficial to All who attend the old adage a that in Union there is strength ought to hold Good in religious matters As Well As in anything three incendiary fires within a Short time the barn of David Maurer the tailor living on East Ray Street was totally destroyed by fire last night about nine of clock. A calf three months old and a number of chickens were burned. The cause of the fire from indications Points to an incendiary origin. The loss is estimated a hot $300 on which there is a partial insurance. While the firemen were working on the Maurer barn another alarm sounded and it was found that the barn of David crites 529 w. High Street was on fire some one had set fire to some Hay that had been piled against the Manger. Prompt work soon had the fire out with but Little damage. About nine of clock tuesday night fire was discovered in the rear part of a Frame building on St. Clair Street belonging to the Winspear girls of High Street. They own two houses there and were unoccupied. Two or three attempts have been made to Burn the these dwellings. Why any one should have a spite against the owners we Are unable to say for they Are Nice Young ladies. Some one Bent on destroying them applied the match to the West building. The fire company promptly responded but the House was badly damaged before the fire was put out the one Story Kitchen in the rear where the Torch was applied was totally destroyed the loss will foot up Over $300 on which there is no insurance. It was rumoured that a party was seen to run away from the building about the time the Blaze was discovered but nothing reliable As to the perpetrator of the deed can be ascertained yet. A negro a stranger in town was arrested just after the Maurer fire and was lodged in jail. It is claimed that threats were made by parties unknown when win. Swihart or dead the follow arrested that they would get even with him. A few minutes later the barn of crites that is connected with Swihart a barn was fired. No definite evidence has been secured As to who fired either building. It is said other arrest will follow. The matters As Well As in else. Let us see More of it in churches and Sabbath schools persons wanting Coal will leave orders at Mathias amp Dicks store. L8-tf. w. Mathias. Rii accordance with the request of the state and National y. 1. S. C. F., there will he a prayer meeting in the lecture room of the presbyterian Church Friday and saturday of this week from 7 15 to 8 of clock p. In., for gods Blessing upon both conventions which Are to Convene next week. All Christian Endeavor Ersoff new Philadelphia Are earnestly requested to be present. Short addresses will be made. Quite a number of changes have been made in the salaries of postmasters in Ohio. Some have been raised and some lowered. The new Philadelphia office has been raised from �1800. To $1900. Massillon was Vised from $2300 to $2400, Cambridge Ohio from $1900 to $2000, Youngstown has been reduced from �2900 to �2800, Mansfield a has been reduced from $2900 to $2800. We cannot see Why Cambridge should receive $2000, and new Philadelphia �1900, for surely there is More mail handled from the new Philadelphia office. The new it. R. Project from wheel ing through the Coal Fields of Harrison and Tuscarawas counties by Way of new Philadelphia and on Westward if it pans out will be a valuable outlet for this City. The proposed route is through one of the Best Coal Fields in Ohio and would give us direct connection eastward by Way of Dennison and Cadiz As Well As direct outlet Westward to Wooster and Sandusky. A Large Coal Field has already been purchased in Harrison county. We Hope it will become an assured fact at an Early Day. Suicide. A Young Man by the name of John Allison son of James Allison near Winfield committed suicide last saturday by shooting himself through the head with a revolver. He was a Bright Young Man but had been afflicted for years which affected his mind at times. Although he seemed Well the Day previous he showed signs of the old trouble returning. He committed the deed in an unoccupied barn some distance from the House. When the mind is unbalanced the afflicted is not responsible. It will bring a sad remembrance to the friends to pass into eternity in this Way hut affliction is responsible for tie death in reality the bereaved friends have the sympathy of the entire Community. Death of mrs. Maggie Mcknatt. One of the Saddest occurrences we have had to chronicle for sometime is the death of mrs. A of in c. My Kean wife of of . N. She was the daughter of sheriff Adams a Bright and accomplished girl was married to or. Mckean june 3, 1891. She was 24 years 10 months and 17 Days old at the time of her death. She was a devoted wife and no couple seemed to have brighter prospects in life. Or. My Kean is an assistant Engineer in the Navy department and when on the water was assigned to the Flag ship he at present is stationed at Portsmouth n. H. Mrs. Mckean lived with her husband at his station until her illness set in when her husband brought her to Liis Home in Dundee. About 8 months ago a child was Horn to them and from that time the Mother has been in delicate health dying finally of lung trouble. The babe is a Fine Hearty Hoy and will he reared in the Home of i r. Mckean father of the bereaved husband at Dundee. The deceased was buried at 2 p. On saturday at Dundee. The husband and friends have the sympathy of a Host of acquaintances in this their hour of trial. Marriage permits. David Stringer Ida m. Eckert. Vittorio Davio Catherine Decarlo. Henry Heidi Ada f. Swank. Albert a. Reeves Clara Louise Welty. Jno w. Jamison Matilda Wright. Robert Murphy Lulu m. Perdue. Henry c. Heckermann Beatrice a. Minnis. Washington letter. President Cleveland has decided to remain in Washington until the conference committee disposes of the Tariff Bill. So says private Secretary Thurston who ought to know if anybody does. The president thinks the conference will Complete its work within ten Days after it gets the Bill and that the Bill will he sent to him for his signature by july 15th. Other democrats think it will require More than ten Days to argue away the Radical differences Between the original Wilson Bill and the numerous Senate amendments that have been made thereto or to find by Compromise some common ground upon which both houses will be willing to stand. It is difficult for a person who has not had experience with a congressional conference committee to realize the time it takes to reconcile important differences. It Isnit Only the personal opinions of the conferees that must be overcome. The jealousy Between the House and Senate which is As old As Congress is always an important Factor in the deliberations of a conference committee. In this Case those who Are disposed to be impatient should Bear in mind that the Senate amendments number More than four Hundred each of which must he to a certain extent discussed by the conference committee and voted upon. And the republicans on the committee will he certain to do All they can to retard an agreement just As they have unnecessarily prolonged the debate upon the Hill in the the Senate although they knew from the first just As Well As they do today that the Bill would be passed. The loss of a Day by reason of adjournment As a Mark of respect to the memory of the assassinated president of France will unless present indications Are at fault prevent the passing of the Tariff Bill before next week. It is Well known that there Are hundreds of employees of the government who Are credited to democratic congressional districts without the consent or knowledge of any Democrat residing in the District and that Many of them have never been within 500 Miles of the places which Are Given upon the department books As their Homes. Of course this is unjust to the residents of those districts who wish to enter the government service. They Are met at the Start with the statement that the quota of their state is full while As a matter of fact it Isnit full that is not of Bona fide residents. Democratic con Gressmen have Long been trying to get this wrong righted and now Success is in sight. Lists of All government employees credited to each of the states Are to be furnished the congressional delegations of those states so that those who Are improperly credited can be pointed out and removed irom office making room for an actual citizen of the state. President Cleveland a nomination of Charles de Ray of the new York times As Consul general at Berlin was disappointing to a considerable number of democrats in both Senate and House who had endorsed working democrats for the place. But As or. De Kay is competent to fill the place and is said by his friends to have voted for president Cleveland it is not probable that any attempt will be made to prevent his confirmation. Or. De Kay is a brother in Law of r. W. Gilder editor of the Century Magazine and it is supposed that it was or. Gilder who secured the place for him. The democrats of the House redeemed the last of their pledges to the territories by passing this week the Bill for the admission of new Mexico As a state the Bills for the admission of Arizona and Utah having been passed months ago. There Isnit much probability that either of these Bills will be passed by the Senate at this session As the regular appropriation Bills have All to be acted upon and everybody is anxious to adjourn at the earliest possible moment. Coxey says he expects the democratic congressional convention in his District to endorse his candidacy for Congress. Democrats Here find this difficult to believe and if the democrats in that District ask the advice of the democratic congressional Campaign committee and heed it they will let Coxey and his candidacy severely alone. The new Nicaragua canal Bill has been approved by the committee and favourably reported to the House it provides for the Issue of $70,000,000 in 3 per cent Bonds to be used by the United states in the Purchase of 70,-000 shares of Stock out of the 83,000 to be issued for the Purchase at a Price not exceeding �4,500,000 of the interests of the present canal company and for the construction of the canal by it. S. Engineers under the direction of a Board of eleven directors eight of them to he appointed by the president. Startling attractions with Barntt amp Bailey a show this year. Ith its army of performers and perfectly organized corps of employees the b a r n u m amp Bailey greatest show on Earth will he at canal Dover on wednesday july 18th. The show this year contains everything that human ingenuity could invent of a novel kind or that Money could buy. Everything is absolutely new new costumes new Street Parade new tents new performers new acts attractions and decidedly novel performances. The world has been searched for startling attractions and Here Are a few of them. Chiko and Johanna the male and female gorillas the Only ones now or Ever in Captivity veritable giants of their species and the most wonderful human like animals Ever seen. An immense ethnological Congress of strange and Savage human beings from the four Corners of the Earth containing living race representatives from everywhere. There Are Esqui Maux javanese burmese papuans cannibals australians new Zea lands born Eose yaks Klings cossacks japanese nubian algerians sudanese malays polynesians singhalese sinks trackers buddhists isolators amazons and Many others. There Are positively twelve Champion bareback Sequestri who perform every novel and daring circus feat. There is an enormous Iron barred Arena where wild beasts and Domestic animals perform together in peace and Harmony. There is a real Midway filled with the curious huts and Quot dwellings of the strange people together with their wives and families weapons Domestic utensils and other interesting objects. There Are three rings two stages and a racing track besides the Arena for the performances. There Are two menagerie of wild and trained beasts two herds of elephants and camels hundreds of curious animals scores of caged beasts Birds and amphibious monsters a new Street Parade showing representatives of All the crowned Heads of the world with the military uniforms and music Peculiar to All nations and there is without doubt More contained that Are not mentioned at All than other shows make a feature of. It stands to reason that with unlimited capital a glorious name unsullied by a single spot with an army of agents ability and Energy that whatever is of any value in the show world is sure to he seen in the Barnum amp Bailey show. It will be Here on twice As Many cars As owned by any other show. Wanted. 1000 dozen eggs. 1000 lbs Choice country butter. 1000 Spring chickens. At s. S. Urferd a. East Ohio Epworth league. At Akron up Worth league convention last thursday the following were elected for the East Ohio con Ference league president Leonard Hershey Bedford first vice mrs. W. O. Brown new Philadelphia second miss Ella Hohn Canton third Byron Palmer Ashland fourth h. E. Rider Bellaire superintendent Junior league mrs. De. Houghton Martins ferry guard organizer e. E. Whittaker Akron Secretary a. A. Hak Endall paines Ville treasurer Rev. L. L. Fisher Cumberland. Two great stores consolidated. S. S. Urfer who has the Best select dry Good store in the county has bought the Fine grocery store next door to him of Schweitzer amp Cunningham for the accommodation of his Large Trade and will continue to keep nothing but the choicest Gro Ceries at Low Cash prices. For Sale or rent my Blacksmith shop and Trade. Lot 56x149 it Good location. Good Blacksmith Wagon maker and paint shop buildings. A rare Chance. Apply to Emanuel Humrighouse Quot 28-4 Philipsburg Ohio. Richards renominated. The democrats of this the 17tli congressional District met at Coshocton on the 29th ult. The convention opened at 2 p. And organized. The several committees were appointed the committee on credentials had some work to do As there were contesting delegations from Holmes and Wayne counties and the entire evening up to about 8 of clock was occupied in disposing of the matters in dispute. It was evident before the committee reported that Richards had sufficient Force to nominate and the opposing element acquiesced without showing their hand. There being no other candidate announced Richards was nominated by acclamation. A Strong set of resolutions was reported by the committee to draft the same which follows resolutions we the democrats of the seven Teeth District of Ohio in convention assembled renew our Devotion to democratic principals. Thomas Jefferson declared the fundamental principals of our party when he wrote in the declaration of Independence that All men Are created equal that they Are endowed with certain inalienable rights and to secure these governments Are instituted among men and that they derive their just Powers from the consent of the governed and we Are in favor of the prompt and courageous application of these principals to present conditions and to the settlement of pending questions in accordance with those principles. First we Are in favor of Tariff for Revenue Only and we endorse the Wilson Bill As it passed the House As the nearest approach to such a Tariff attainable at this time. Second we Are in favor of the income tax As a permanent part of our fiscal system and Welcome it As a step towards the restoration of Equality in taxation. Third we Are in favor of the free and unlimited coinage of Gold and Silver at the present ratio without waiting for Aid or consent of any other nation on Earth. Resolved. That we most heartily endorse president Cleveland a patriotic efforts to Rescue the Peoples a government from the grasp of a Tariff system fastened on the people for the Benefit of favored private interests at the expense of the toiling masses. Resolved. That in accordance with the sentiments of this convention we heartily endorse Hon. James a. D. Richards and his actions in Congress. The report was adopted. Richards was called upon for speech in which he signified his willingness to stand by the resolutions adopted. A Blaze at canal Dover. Sunday morning at 3 a. Fire broke out in what is known As the Rice Block Cor. Of 2nd and factory streets. It was a Frame Structure and could not be saved. Mrs. Rice had an insurance of $1000, which does not cover the loss. The building was occupied by Daniel Zimmerman As a Saloon also by Charles Rice As a Saloon and by the chinese laundry Man. Zimmerman and Rice had $1000. Insurance each. It was a very still night or the conflagration would have been greater. New pleas court Ortha Fox is Francis Ankeny As adm. Action on account for labor Etc. Dora b. Edie is Joseph v. Edie. Divorce prayed for on the ground of Gross neglect of duty and wilful absence. Chas. Keller is. Emma Keller divorce prayed for on the grounds of Gross neglect of duty and adultery Isabella Ashbaugh is Peter Rousch action on promissory note. The new president of France has been threatened by the anarchists a tribute to preachers. Free trips to Egypt the holy land and Europe for five of them. The Pittsburg times which is always doing something out of the common announces its intention of paying All the expenses of a trip to Egypt the holy Quot land and the capitals of Europe to he taken by the five preachers who Are voted most popular by its readers. The voting will begin next monday july 2, and will continue for six months. Every Quot publication Day during that time the times will print a Coupon which when properly filled out and sent to the excursion department of the Pittsburg times will count As one vote. After the 31st of december the votes will he counted and the five preachers who have received the greatest number of votes will he invited to make this wonderful Tolar As the guest of the times. The tour will occupy about ten weeks. The departure of the party from new York will be so timed As to enable the tourists travelling by Quot easy stages to spend holy week in Jerusalem. In route there will be stops at Gibralter Genoa Naples Alexandria Cairo Ismalia Jaffa Kamleh and Jerusalem. At each time there will he abundant time to see and study All the objects of interest. The return trip will he by Way of Turin the it. Cenis Tunnel Paris London and Southampton. The party Quot will be accompanied by a representative of the times who in addition to paying every cent of the expense incurred will attend to every detail necessary for the Comfort and enjoyment of the guests of the times. The accommodations every Quot where will be the Best Money can buy. The times has been heartily commended for providing vacation trips for the Public school teachers. Its determination to do something for the preachers of Pennsylvania Ohio West Virginia and Maryland is certain to be equally popular and the plan of the tour which is outlined above is so magnificent that the contest will be Lively from the Start. The times is the leading newspaper of Pennsylvania and gives All the news for one cent a Day. If you Are not already already order the times from your new dealer at once. If there is no agent for the times in your locality write for terms to agents and an Opportunity will be Given you to increase your income with Little trouble. Real estate transfers. R. N. Plunkett to m. T. Whitaker lot 9, Dennison �1200. George Bierley to Jacob Bierley 60 acres Warren �300. Jacob Bierly to Geo. Bierley 47 acres Warren $300. Edmund Davy it Al to Jacob Bierley 107 acres �2400. Sheriff Adams to c. Hart 80 acres Salem $1200. Mary Dent to Hattie e. Banks lots 111, 112 and 113, Newcomerstown $850. Emanuel Exline to Jacob Stahleker 150 acres Sandy �1500. Emanuel Exline to Martha Van Lelin 43 43-100 acres Sandy $1500. Alex. Renneker to Florinda e. Page 30 16-100 acres Union $800. Edward d. Ettel to Rebecca Ettel lots 3 and 4, Uhrichsville $600. Charles Miller to Oscar Hoobler 5-100 acre Auburn $400. Charles Miller to Jonas Neff 1-10 acres Auburn $75. Alfred Peoples to E. Graham. 47 34 acres Oxford. $1300. Hiram Angel to John Goehler 1-6 inst 118% acres Jefferson $750. J. W. Kissinger it Al to John Goehler 1184� acres Jefferson $3040. T. J. Murphy a Assignee to Albert Murphy 80 acres Perry. $1700. O. Morris to Sarah e. Leech >2 lot5, Uhrichsville $2000. Gardner amp Johnson to Frank Livingston lot 4, Dennison $200. We. Baker to Malinda sudheimer 40-100 acres Sugarcreek �2o. Base Ball. The game of base Hall Between the twin cities of Uhrichsville and our Home team the real estates played Here saturday resulted by the Home team being Defeated by a score of 6 to 3. The boys Wasny to in it that time. There will he a Lively set to Between the business men of this City and Dover on Friday july 6th. The game will he a regular slugging match hones and hair will Fly in All directions. The admission will be 10 and 15 cents. The game will be called at 2 p. At the athletic grounds the proceed is for the Benefit of the y. C. A. All Are invited to be on hand but extra caution should be taken to keep Clear of foul balls bats flying in the air Etc. 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 july 16, 1894. A. S. Clemens Jos. Williams c. B. Rutledge Martin Stocksdale c. Lyman Jennie Stuart Walter Morris c. C. Meese r. R. Emilli an Jennie James Lewis Herst. Annie Bable Annie Wilkins. Please say a a advertised when asking for above. D. Wyss p. New styles elegantly finished and fully warranted buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf correspondence. News gathered by our Busy corps of special news gatherers. Gilmore. Miss Louisa Stocker visited relatives Here a few Days last week. Rodgers and Moody Gray of Gnadenhutten visited Here saturday. Mrs. E. S. Watson and two children visited her sister mrs. E. H. Burrell in port Washington a couple of Days last week. Miss Phebe Cappel was at port Washington sunday. Flem Roberts and family left sunday for a lengthy visit with mrs. Res parents Geo. Sproull and wife of Rock. Rev. J. D. Murphy filled his regular appointment at this place sunday p. B. Linard and lady acquaintance of Elm spent sunday afternoon with c. D. Linard and wife. Or. Goodings Are entertaining relatives. After almost a years absence in Aurora neb., miss Nora Lanning returned to her Home near this place on sunday. J. B. Lanning and wife spent sunday with the latter smother. Mrs. Lydia Dinning. A bitter Sokei if you want flooring siding ceiling sawing or any kind of Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill on East Ray Street. 15tf we Lave it Ven a. By pair amp solid h e 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. For Sale cheap. Saloon property near a depot on account of ill health. Inquire at the Beo Zachter office. Of. To the Public. I wish to announce that 1 have started a milk route and will each Day deliver pure clean milk at the door of any one wishing to buy. A share of the Public patronage is earnestly solicited. Yours respectfully 18-tf Valentine Doerschuk. Coming events. Republican county convention at new Philadelphia August 4th. Ohio state teachers association at Delaware july 10, 11 and 12. National educational association at Asbury Park a j., july 6-13. State convention Christian Endeavor at Youngstown july 9-11. Epworth league convention new Philadelphia District at Flushing August 29 and 30. The Tuscarawas county society of Christian Endeavor will hold their convention at Newcomerstown August 28th and 29th. The Eastern Ohio conference of the m. E. Church will Convene at Warren september 10th. Stick Lens 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 or no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded. Price 25f per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. For the Benefit of the Republican newspaper fairs the Pittsburgh Post reads them the following lesson on their having a real Nice time at the expense of the democratic party in this state a first they announced that the democrats of the eighteenth District would endorse Coxey. Then they extended his territory and affirmed that the democrats would hold no state convention. Somewhere Back in the 60�?Ts a few democrats met in a hotel room at Columbus and discussed the advisability of disbanding the party. Allen g. Thurman was present and remarked a is no to this a Small room to disband the democratic party in a the Ohio Democrat is immortal. A More is a handsomely illustrated fifty Page pamphlet issued by the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway company giving valuable information regarding agriculture sheep raising climate soil and other resources of South Dakota. Every Farmer and in fact any one interested in agriculture Etc., should have a copy of it. Sent free to any address upon application to we. Kelly jr., travelling passenger agent 48 Exchange Street Buffalo n. Y. Baking powder absolutely pure a Cream of. Tartar baking powder. Highest of All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Street Neil York. Why Are so Many people who formerly patronized other clothiers now buying of us Berkoz the people Are Quick to learn where to get the most for their Money c. L. So w. Ray excursions. United society of Christian Endeavor Cleveland o a tickets sold july 9, 10 and 11, Good to return until july 18, 1894. If tickets Are deposited with joint agent of the Cleveland terminal lines prior to july 17, limit May he extended to september 18, 1894. One fare for round trip. Baptist Young Peoples Union of America Toronto ont tickets sold july 17, 18 and 19, Good to return until july 31, 1894, with extreme limit until sept. 15, 1894. One fare for the round trip. Central Ohio siege rest Toledo of tickets sold july 29, 30 and 31, Good to return until August 6, 1894. One fare for round trip. Evangelical association sunday school convention and Camp meeting Lin Wood Park Vermillion >., August 7 to 21, 1894 a tickets sold August 5 to 21, inclusive Good to return until August 24, 1894. One fare for round trip. Knights of the maccabees state convention of Ohio Toledo aug. 14 to 16, 1894 a tickets May be sold August 13 and 14, Good to return until August 17, 1894. One fare for round trip. J. E. Terry g. Amp p. A. M Mountain and Ocean resorts of the East Are readily reached via j Pennsylvania Short lines. The Only j route to Cresson and other Cool retreats in the alleghenies. Solid Vestibule trains daily Over these lines to Cresson and Altoona run through to new York where connection is made for the White mountains the Adirondacks it. Desert Island and places of summer sojourn in the mountains of Eastern new York Vermont new Hampshire and Maine. At new York connection is also made for fall River Newport Narragansett pier Martha a Vineyard Nantucket and famous watering places along the Atlantic to which passengers via Pennsylvania lines have Choice of All rail route or palatial steamers of the fall River line from new York. Atlantic City Cape May Long Branch Ocean Grove Asbury Park and summer havens along the new Jersey coast Are on divisions of the Pennsylvania system which comprises the most desirable route to them. Any desired information will be furnished by ticket agents of the Pennsylvania lines or May be obtained by addressing f. dus6n, chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburg Penna. Notice to contractors. Sealed proposals will he received by the clerk of York township Tuscarawas county until 12 of clock at noon on saturday july 21, 1894, for the building of a school House in sub District no. 4, of said township according to special vacations on file in the clerks office. Each hid must be accompanied by a sufficient guarantee of some disinterested party that if the bid is accepted a contract will be entered into and the performance of it properly secured. Each bid must contain the name of every person interested in it. The bid for each kind of material called for in the specifications must be Given separately and the Price of each Given. Also the Price of labor must he Given separately. Bids will also be received for the repairing of the school House in sub District no. 4, in said township As to new roof floor plastering Etc., according to specifications. The Board of education reserves the right to reject any or All bids. At the same time will he offered for Sale the old school House in said sub District. By order of the Board of education Samuel Frutiger 27-4 clerk of York two a. We give style Quantity and Quality. I see for yourself t amp the new clothiers and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio p. A our merchants tailoring is a our to Date a in styles fit and workmanship. A Large assortment of Domestic and imported fabrics to select from

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