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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 12, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Rej4ember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday july 12, 1894. Number 29. 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. D. Richards. Local melange. Qom Jovial <&0tnnxcnt�T� president Cleveland to governor Altgeld will you shut up the militia boys All Over the country Are having their Outing this season coupled with business. California fruits will have time to Ripen before being pulled this season. Debs you know is master the situation. Mrs. Thos Arney returned Home from Bridgeport this week where she has been visiting relatives for the past month. California republicans favor free coinage a basis 1g to 1. It looks As though the republicans every state West the Mississippi will follow suit. Now that the it. S. Senate had its Finger in the sugar bowl what is the matter w Ith Congress doing likewise what is sauce for the Goose surely is for the Gander. The fiend that fired the agricultural electricity mining and terminal buildings the great fair at Jackson Park last week ought to be roasted to death slow la. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. We w isl that it would turn about in this old world so funny that poverty and trouble were As hard to find As Money. Bring us your Job printing. Base Ball saturday july 14. Job printing at the times office. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker mrs. A. R. Holmes is visiting Over at Cadiz. Mrs. Lucy Joss is visiting friends at Millersburg Mrs. Amanda Kaldenbaugh is vis Ting in Cleveland. Or. Geddes Pittsburgh is the guest r. B. Mccleary. Keep your mind co. A a my a fair and supper july 12th. Mrs. Margaret Donnell is the guest mrs. De Bailey. T. Gordon Sti Luvater o., was in this City monday. H. W. Kirbey Leesville Wras Tow n business monday. Miss Gertie Ray Carrollton visiting friends in this City. Miss Mary Cook Steubenville is visiting friends in this City. W. A. Bovey Dennison was granted a pension last week. For a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m mrs. Rev. Kreusch returned this week after a visit at Niles The Henry a Massillon is the real estates saturday afternoon. T. Shirey Leesville Carroll co. Was in our City monday business. See the summer suiting at David Maurera a w. Hialit St. 18-3m in is would it not be the proper thing for the members the Ohio legislature to turn Over the striking labourers the salary they voted themselves but did not earn. The Republican papers Are tumbling to the fact that Grover Cleveland has a Bacone tie a old Hickory order and a by the eternal he know s How to use it. We want la but we w ant it tempered with Justice and mercy. The anarchist is an enemy to All Law and should be made to feel the Iron Heel we Ith swiftness and dispatch. The governor Missouri thinks he is a bigger Man than the president the United state. But wre must remember Missouri is one the old states that has never got out the rut that Lead to the a late unpleasantness a the congressman who can secure the passage a Bill to restrict immigration and keep out the Low class foreign labourers will Confer a Blessing upon americans that might make him president the United states. The Hir suit governor Illinois is a bigger Man than the president in his n estimation but the president made him feel so Small that his friends the anarchists have been unable to Tell him from a common House Fly. Such is Fame. The we heat crop this Community is now gathered in Shock. It is in Good shape and promises a Good yield. The oat crop has been shortened somewhat by dry w earlier As w Ell As the potato crop. The Corn is backward but with favourable we Eather w ill come out All right yet. The Abilene Gazette found its w a to our Sanctum last w Eek. It is again edited by . V. P. Wilson w to at one time published the Gazette and for Many years published the Denver press. We wish brother Wilson unbounded Success in Liis new Field. The Gazette is a Bright newsy paper and we gladly put it our Exchange it has been a a nip and tuck race Between the Chicago court that passed upon the sanity Prender Gast the Slayer Harrison and the u. S. Senate passing the Tariff Bill. As the Chicago court came out a Little ahead w e would now suggest that the same court hold an inquest lunacy Oyer that August body. Despite the depression in business a number new houses have been built in new Philadelphia this season. This is More than can be said our sister towns. Our Beautiful City is a Safe place in which to invest. We heard a prominent Massillon gentleman the other Day speak in great Praise our Beautiful town. Pullman the car manufacturer claims that he can not stand the prices he was paying for labor and thus reduced them thereby causing the great strike. Did it Ever occur to you that lie has ample Money to roam through Europe and ride from one end the american continent to the other in a Fine car that w Ould pay his labourers for a we Hoie year. From a technical Legal standpoint strikes As Nowr conducted Are wrong. The evils that Lead to strikes Are often greater w Rongs even though having the Sanction Law. Palliation has been recognized from time immemorial in estimating the degree crime. He w Lio arraign the striker should first temper his judgment by taking a Large slice palliation in one hand then give the cause a Lassie Gene Boothe entertained a few Little friends tuesday afternoon. Miss Maggie Francis Leech Burg. Is the guest miss Minnie Morgan. Or. Will Arnold near Cleveland is visiting friends and relatives in this City. City Marshall Sam Auld Dennison was up to see the Ball game tuesday. Mrs. Emma Demuth and children Oberlin Are visiting relatives in this City. Or. And mrs. Mccall Dennison was visiting H. Boothe and family tuesday. Misses Carrie Niles and Daisy Dodd have returned from a visit to Uhrichsville. The Harrison county agricultural society w ill hold its annual fair at Cadiz oct 3, 4 and 5. A has. E. Jones St. Louis is the guest his Mother in Law mrs. Albert fair Street. The times was a Day late last w Eek account the 4th. We must be patriotic you know. We Are having very Cool nights for the time year which is not conducive to the growth Corn. James Mccullough an Engineer the Panhandle and resident Dennison Wras in town monday. Lew Mcclelland and Wrife Cleveland Are the guests his father in Law . J. Warner. Miss sue Smith East Avenue left for Cleveland tuesday to attend the Christian Endeavor convention. Messes a1 Minnich and Henry Schweitzer leave their new residences under roof. They will be beauties we Heri finished. H. E. Espenschied and w Ife prof. Bechtel and wife this City spent sunday with a. A. Hoffman and wife at Baltic Ohio. Or. Bert Garver and wife this City will leave thursday for Des Moines Iowa where they will make their future Home. Or. And mrs. Chas Houpt Canton who have been visiting friends in this City for the past few Days returned Home tuesday. We Hope that new Philadelphia and Uhrichsville will yet join hands w Ith the Iron rail and electrify each other before the Snow flies. Rev. J. B. Rust at the parsonage tuesday evening july 3, David e. Stringer canal Dover and miss Ida m. Eckert this City. Franklin College new Athens by furnishing a thorough education at such Low Cost is rapidly grow ing in popularity. Last year avas the Best All. Catalogue free. Some one took . A. Beyers horse and buggy out his barn saturday night drove it and returned them to the barn All right. There is a statute that provides a penalty for such acts. Dock Hephinger thinks lie knows the party that set fire to Charles Wallick a barn. It w As dark when he ran past him but the outline the fellow is familiar and he is being watched closely. Mob Law again prevails at Scott Dale a. Armed negroes with revolvers knives and razors do bloody w Ork but Are checkmate by citizens and made to Hunt their holes. To be called out again. It has been decided to again Call out the miners to the number 45,-000 engaged in furnishing Coal for the boycotted railroads. It is said that president Mcbride the miners Union will demand that All miners in the United states come out in sympathy for the Chicago strikers w h Ether they have a grievance not and not to dig a ton Coal for anyone. Base Ball. A very exciting game Ball w As played at the athletic grounds tuesday afternoon Between the to in cities and real estates resulting in favor the real estates the game Wras very close being 8�?8 in the last half the 9th inning w Ith real estates at the Bat there w Ere to men out when a a fat Grin Iger hit the Ball for a Home run giving the game to the Home team. Willie Dithridge won the $5 pair shoes offered by e. R. Parmelee for any player striking the Ball into the Circle in Center Field. It Wras a great hit and Willie made a Home run. Lenny Anderson who pitched the game for the Home team should be congratulated for the Fine Wray in which he plays his position and manager Grimes deserves great Praise for securing such men. A Large number Uhrich stillians came up to see the game which w As the most interesting we have seen this season. The Henry base Ball club Massillon one the finest uniform clubs in the state will appear against the real estates at the athletic grounds saturday july 14th, at 3 p. M. This will be one the crack games the season. Still at their work better pay your taxes. A new state Law w As passed March eth this year w hich has for its object a better collection delinquent personal taxes. Little is known outside the treasurers office the schemes to avoid the payment personal taxes. The new Law provides that the county commissioners shall at their september session annually cause the list persons delinquent in the payment personal property to be publicly read and they May at any time if they deem the same necessary authorize the treasurer to employ collectors to collect the same any part thereof prescribing the Eon sensation such collectors to be paid out the county Treasury. There is no longer any doubt that the Carnegie co., through its pm loves engaged in systematic work defrauding the government in the manufacture Armor port press. Very Frank admission that from a Republican. Carnegie amp co. Were protected by a High Tariff until they became immensely Rich then secured a contract w Ith the government to furnish Armor plate at an enormous Price and next set themselves. To work to Rob the government. Defective plates w Ith plugged Sand holes in them were furnished and put the War vessels that Are to defend our Commerce. Thanks to democratic administration for unearthing the fraud. Calvin Morris and John Engler were sent to jail by the Justice the peace Trenton for default in payment Fine and Cost monday. They had been drunk and disorderly Anc had attempted by representing them selves As a committee to induce the the miners to come out a strike. Company a a my 17th regiment n. G., w ill hold a supper and fair at Eagle Hall thursday july 12, 1894 we w ill be Happy to Greet everybody please come and see us. Company a a my desires to express their thanks for the substantial Aid and kindly expressions interest in the com Pany. By the committee. L. C. Wallick and wife have re turned from their Honey Moon trip up the lakes. They spent a week with Frank Skelly Cleveland and a we Eek in Detroit. They Wil make their Home at the Shermain House until sept. 1st., when Wallick will take a position with the Hocking Valley Coal co. At co Umbus A novel Law suit. A novel lawsuit is pending before a P. Over at Freeport Harrison co in which Robert Stew Art is plaintiff and w. P. Burrell defendant. Stew Art is a Fisherman and Burrell had contracted to furnish him with sufficient amount bait w orms and bugs to carry his business and for failure to keep up a sufficient Supply the plaintiff claims damages in the sum $25. The suit will furnish considerable bait for the lawyers and the clients after a a worming through the suit will get quite buggy at each other and will Waken up to the fact they have both been caught for suckers. To Mitt events. Republican county convention at new Philadelphia August 4th. 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 Christian Endeavor will hold their convention at Newcomerstown August 28th and 29th. The Eastern Ohio conference the m. E. Church will Convene at Warren september 10th. He Drew a big prize. The much advertised prize guessing contest has at last been settled in Zanesville The Man w to Drew a House and lot found out that the House w As encumbered with a $2,500 mortgage nearly All it Wras Worth. A pretty scheme to get business. It is just what can be expected when merchants try to do business that kind games. The Law should get a hold them and make them do a legitimate business close up. People Zanesville and Vicinity no doubt will be Wiser in the future. An assured fact. A dispatch from Sandusky to the Cleveland world says a the contemplated Railroad Between san Dusky and Wheeling is an assured fact. If the Road is constructed As per surveys made the largest undeveloped Coal Fields in Ohio will be opened this is the Road made mention in last w weeks Issue the times w hich will pass through this City. A medal contest. A Gold medal contest w ill be held at it Zion Church 6 Miles East Uhrichsville thursday evening july 19th. The admission fee w ill be five and 10 cents and the proceeds for the Benefit the Church. Good music and first class speaking w ill be the order the evening. Every body is invited and it is hoped that a rousing Good audience will be hand. Are the fire bugs in our midst. Give them a piece rope. Saturday night about 11 clock As . Chas Wallick third Street arrived Home from his meat Market he noticed a Light in his barn. He went immediately to see what it meant and found that some miscreant had entered the buggy shed started a fire under the partition Between tie main building and the shed part which nearly burned the joists off and had burned a Hole in the siding the fire having charred the boards nearly to the second Story. Or. Wallick succeeded in putting out the fire w without giving the alarm. His barn is dense to to others and in a few minutes there w Ould have been quite a fire if . Wallick had not happened Home just w Lien he did. His arrival must have been close the fellow who did it As a party w As seen to run up the Alley and around the Corner by Sonters barn by one the Hephinger boy s w to w As sitting the Bank above the Gonter barn a few minutes Only before the fire was discovered and who is now thought to be the guilty party. He ran toward the wrest end Tow n. What object such chaps have in View is a question. Or. Wallick is a Good quiet citizen and can assign no reason for it. The frequent fires late has aroused the citizens and an Effort is being made to catch the guilty parties and when caught a Lynching Bee will be the result. An enterprising citizen. A few weeks ago w e made a visit to the thriving Tow n Tuscarawas Trenton. Among the important changes and improvements noticed was the re building the old store room the Corner occupied by e. A. Myer. The Tow n does not possess a More enterprising gentleman. In the past six years he has erected several new buildings and he now has completed his store room and dwelling making it the finest in the town. He has opened up business with a full and Complete line new dry goods groceries amp a. We Are authorized to say that he will not be undersold and in fact is prepared to sell a Little cheaper than any com Pany Jin town As he owns his building Aud has no rent to pay does his own clerking and has no expense in that line buy s his goods right and therefore prepared to sell close margins. Or. Myer will give All patrons a Square Deal for w e know he is a conscientious honorable business Man. People in that Vicinity should Call at once and see his new line goods. You can to buy cheaper anywhere in the county. A a false Rumor refuted. Report has been circulated in this City to the effect that . Johnson manager the Street car line has a a boycotted new Philadelphia labourers and refuses to give any them employ ment the East Avenue Extension employing labourers from Dover Only. Or. Johnson authorizes us to say that there is no foundation whatever for such report that he has not the hiring labourers that the contractor hires and pays his labourers himself and that As a matter fact the contractor has eleven men from Dover and nine from new Philadelphia and that he Johnson requested the contractor to Divide the labor As equally As he could Between the to towns. That he has no feeling toward the citizens new Philadelphia whatever that these reports do him an injustice. Almost civil War. For the Benefit our readers w to have not the Opportunity to get daily papers we give a Brief summary the great strike the fighting burning and pillage attending. Pullman the w healthy manufacturer the famous Pullman sleeping cars operates a Large Plant has built quite a Little City a few Miles out Chicago. Pullman reduced the wages his labourers last fall w inter claiming that he had to take contracts so Low that he was running at a loss. His men consented to a reduction and continued w Ork until in May when they asked for a raise. Pullman claimed he could not stand to give them a raise that he Wras losing $300. Per car All sleepers manufactured. The men quit in other words struck and Pullman closed his shops and went away. The american railway Union then took up the cause the striking Pullman labourers and ordered a Boycott Pullman sleepers. They refused to run trains w Ith a Pullman car attached while a few lines dropped the use the Pullman cars the great majority the Railroad companies refused to a a Boycott Pullman hence the strike the american railway Union. The railroads undertook to operate the lines w Ith other men while the strikers used every Means to prevent them running. The chief Point trouble is in Chicago. For the past 10 Days anarchy has reigned supreme in that City. A1 the criminals anarchists and the scum society generally which includes a horde foreigners italians slavs bohemians and various other nationalities took advantage the occasion and started a Campaign burning property and pillaging. The acts violence soon spread to other cities and today the chief Points West Are in a state revolution the same As in Chicago. The civil authorities w Ere unable to Cope with the mobs and millions dollars w Orth property has been destroyed. The militia Illinois Indiana California Idaho Washington and other states w Ere called for. That Force Wras insufficient to preserve order and protect property. The mail trains w Ere interfered w Ith inter state Commerce Law was violated by the strikers and mobs. The general government had to take matters in hand and Federal troops were sent to the scenes riot under the command major general Miles. Several engagements have taken place in and around Chicago and probably fifty lives have been sacrificed and Between to and three Hundred wounded. Thousands cars have been destroyed and a reign terror prevails in that City and other Points. The president has proclaimed martial Law at Chicago the Federal troops Are pouring in from various Points. The trains w ill be guarded and the. End is not yet. Nearly All the labor organizations Hove been ordered to strike in sym Pathy w Ith the a. R. A and Pullman strikers and today the railroads Are partially tied up All Over the country and business at a standstill. The government is determined to put Down the insurrection and May have to Call for volunteers before the matter is settled. Many lives May be sacrificed before the w Eek ends. Much suffering will naturally follow the strike. Correspondence. News gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. Gilmore. Miss Lura Morris Gnadenhutten spent several Days with relatives and friends Here recently. Mrs. D. P. La lining and son Are visiting relatives at Ravenna D. A Rankin and family and Cyrus Linard and wife visited friends in the country sunday. Flem. Roberts spent sunday Here. Mrs. Mary Friedenburg and Mother mrs. Cappel visited in the country sunday. I. P. Banning made a business trip to Pittsburgh recently. Or. W. O. Tomson and w Ife Newcomerstown spent tuesday at . Heft Inge a. Mrs. Jno. Alton and daughter visited mrs. Margaret Parrish Friday and saturday. Miss Della Fowler visited her Friend Cora Berkshire sunday. Mrs. Lydia Dinning spent saturday w Ith her Sisters mrs. Cynthia Jones and Rose Orr. The w. F. M. S. Of West Union and people Newtown and Vicinity celebrated the 4th in Morrison a Grove one mile South Gilmore. Or. Stew Art Steubenville enlivened the occasion by an appropriate address he also lectured in the Church at night. The people Gilmore and the immediate neighbourhood attended the port Washington Celebration. The Gilmore Ball club brought Home the Ball and Bat which was promised by the fire department to the winning club. Moses Proctor was thrown from a mowing machine tuesday last and sustained a fracture the Elan ical. Bitter Sweet. New pleas court. Sophia Ziegler is Jacob Ziegler. Divorce prayed for the grounds extreme cruelty. Joseph d. Shultz is nomie Butler. Appeal Case. Christian Graff is Peter Goeler. Marriage permits. Charles Giesberger and Tressie Erregger David e. Stringer and Ida m. Eckert Littero Davia and Catarina de Carlo. If you want flooring siding Ceil ing sawing any kind w Ood w Ork done take it to h. A. Par melees Mill East Ray Street. 15tf when to kill game. The amended game Law prohibits the killing injuring Hunting Quail w ild Turkey ruffled grouse except november 30th and december 15th Squirrel w Doek Prairie Chicken except Between july 1st and december 15th w ild Duck snipe Plover rail coot mud Hen and Marsh Hen except Between september 1st and april 10th. The measure retails the present statute prohibiting sunday. It makes it unlawful to Hunt shoot any w ild Duck coot Marsh mud Hen with weapon other than a common shoulder gun. The usual penalties Are attached. Real estate transfers. Louis class to George Pinkstock 8290-100 acres Lawrence $3530.58 Alfred Davis to Charles Waldman lot 171 Mineral $225. . Sudduth to Jasper Burdette 41 acres Mill $1100. Sarah e. And h. P. Wood to W. Wood 6% acres Warwick $900. Wow. Grove to Emanuel Forney et.Al., 4 45-100 acres Dover $200. . Slonecker to Abbie i. Wood part lots 105 and 106, Uhrichsville $2000. Frederick Walter to Curtis Walter 11 75-100 acres sugar Creek $450. . White to Lucinda Penix lot 3,Dover,$375. Harvy Penix it. Al. To Joseph Penix,68 acres Wayne 1700. Wesly Penix to Joseph Penix 68 acres Wayne $340. Joseph Penix it. Al. To Alfred and Harvy Penix 129 acres Franklin $,�?~1096/ Welsey Penix it Al to Alfred and Harvey Penix 129 acres Franklin $1032. Frederick Lind it Al to p. H. Lind 152 71-100 acres Dover $10,000. J. W. Oliver to Mary Skeels 17 85-100 acres Union $1106. J. W. Oliver to W. Rob lots 9 and 10l Union $180. J. M. Rutledge to win. Wolf lot 139, Midvale $100. C. J. Wagner to B. Griffin lot 20, Dennison $700. D. C. Mahon to Margaret Hanna 3-40 acre Dennison $250. Mary b. And m. C Barker to Peter Miller 2 59-100 acres Franklin $141.-90. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remain unclaimed in this office and w ill be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by july 23, 1894. May Spragg Mary Zumbrunen Harry Willis we. Stumbaugh Harvey Ricketts d. F. Mock Fried Rick Kuhn Mary Jenkins Hullinger amp Man Kauf Michael Foster Louie Dutton and Phil English. Please say a a advertised w Hen asking for above. D. Wuss p. M. Crop prospects. Fair warm to Cool w Eather prevailed during the w Eek very favourable for harvesting and farm w Ork considerable Progress being made the wheat has been largely Cut liar vesting being completed in Many localities and the wheat in Shock. The crop is reported to be very Good and the Quality excellent. Threshing w ii commence next w Eek. Oats Are beginning to Ripen and generally the crop is reported to be in Good condition except in a few localities Wiere exceptions Are noted. Corn is doing Well but needs rain. It is Well cultivated and very clean. Rye is nearly All Cut. Early potatoes have been damaged considerably by drouth late ones Are doing nicely but w Ould improve considerably by rain. Gardens Are in fair condition. Tobacco is doing Well. Hay making has commenced. The crop is reported to be very Light. Some localities report Meadows As being very weedy. Pastures Are beginning to dry up. The Berry crop is generally Good. Grape crop is generally Good some rot is noted. Apples and plums continue to fall. Some local improvement is noted in the condition the Apple crop and it is thought a fair yield May be expected in places. Peaches Are reported to be in fair condition generally. Shanes Ville. The w Eather is remarkably Cool for this time the year but nevertheless it is very pleasant and very Good a a sleep nights Are these. Miss Cora Strome was at new Philadelphia last saturday business. Charles Dunlap Millersburg is Here visiting his Many Young friends. Miss Kate Lehmer who had been m Canton for several w weeks returned Home saturday evening. The festival wednesday evening w As Well attended and everything pissed off nicely. Miss Sarah sew Eitzer after an absence several months has returned to our town w Here she expects to stay. Miss Laura Warnes Elkhart Indiana is Here visiting relatives. Some the ladies and gentlemen spent thursday at Daughty. A Good time w As reported by All. Charles Ley Canton visited Here last w Eek. Miss Anna Holderbaum Mineral Point returned Home saturday where she expects to stay until autumn. I w Onder w hat then W. Shie and family Piqua Are Here visiting friends and relatives. I s. George Zahner has been quite ill for several w weeks but is now rapidly improving. Miss Laura Zimmers Newcomerstown is visiting her Many friends in our town. Several our boy s w Ere at port Washington saturday playing Ball. It is rumoured that one Oury Oung w Idow s is going to be married this fall. Of horror w hat next a fatty thinks the Coshocton girls Are Clear out sight. Mrs. Louisa Klar and sister Minnie Bloomville Are Here visiting relatives. Miss Eva Hall Mineral Point was in town last w Eek business. She w ill teach the intermediate department our school next Winter. Nuisance. C. L. Amp w. Ray excursions Baptist Young Peoples Union America Toronto ont tickets sold july 17, 18 and 19, Good to return until july 31, 1894, w Ith extreme limit until sept 15, 1894. One fare for the round trip. Central Ohio siege rest Toledo 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 Linw Ood 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 the maccabees state convention Ohio Toledo o., 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. F. It pc p. A. A Rimore 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 South Dakota. Every Farmer and in fact any one interested in agriculture Etc. Should have a copy it. Sent free to any address upon application to we. Kelly jr., travelling passenger agent 48-Exchange Street Buffalo n. Y. Ragersville. As wre fail to see any news from this place for some time past we thought it w Ould be no More than right to let the people know through your valuable paper that we Are still among the living. Farmers have Cut All their w heat and a Large number have hauled it to the barn. Some the Young folks this place and Vicinity attended the festival at Baltic saturday evening they report a Good time. We w Onder who those boys w Ere that happened to drive to the wrong House last saturday evening and Why one them ran away when the Farmer came out the House w Ith the lantern to assist putting up the horse it is All right boys mistakes will happen sometimes especially w Hen you go so late. They made up for loss time though As sunday found them still in the neighbourhood. There is some gossiping going that ought to be stopped. The Union sunday school intends to have a festival Here saturday evening july 14th. You know. Mountain and Ocean resorts the East Are readily reached via Pennsylvania Short lines. The Only route to Cresson and other Cool re treats in the alleghenies. Solid Vestibule trains daily Over these lines to Cresson and Altoona run through to new York w Here connection is made for the White mountains the Adirondacks it. Desert Island and places summer sojourn in the mountains Eastern new York Vermont new Hampshire and Maine. At new York connection is also made for fall River new port Narragansett pier Martha a \ Ine Yard Nantucket and famous w Ater ing places along the Atlantic to w hich passengers via Pennsylvania lines have Choice All rail route palatial steamers 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 divisions the Pennsylvania system which comprises the most desirable route to them. Any desired information w ill be furnished by ticket agents the Pennsylvania lines May be obtained by addressing f. Van Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburg Penna. Washington letter. The Small attendance in both House and Senate shows that lots senators and representatives Are disposed to extend their Holiday Over the rest the w Eek. For the ten Days previous to the passage the Ariff Bill the Senate certainly had a hard time with daily sessions from 10 to 6 clock later and the thermometer constantly in touching proximity to ninety degrees. It is not surprising that the passage the Bill a few minutes before the beginning Independence Day by a vote 39 to 34 should have been followed by an exodus to the mountains and seashore and that the wilted senators should be a Little slow in returning to their duties. How Ever no time is really being lost account their absence As the w Ork preparing the appropriation Bills for action is going right along in the Senate appropriation committee and the conferees the part the Senate the Tariff Bill senators Voorhees Harris Vest Jones Sherman Allison and Aldrich will be hand As soon As wanted by the conferees the part the House. No surprises w Ere connected with the final vote the Tariff Bill unless the vote senator Hill against it can be so considered. The populists divided Allen and Kyle voting for the Bill and Peffer and Stewart against it. Everybody is speculating what the result the conference the Bill w ill be and everybody is agreed that Many changes w ill be made but there is no agreement As to the nature the changes further than that they Are Likely to be mostly towards the original Wilson Bill. Representative Holman says the subject a it is an almost invariable Rule that if there is an overwhelming sentiment in the House for a particular line action it finds expression and overcomes All delays and obstacles parliamentary procedure. I feel certain that in the Issue Between the Senate and House the latter w ill carry the . Holman also that his congressional experience has taught him to expect considerable delay in Tariff conferences Between the Senate and the House. Let impatient Folk make a note that. Representative Bynum Indiana is at the head the sub committee the democratic congressional Campaign committee that is charged with compiling a text Book to be used by democratic speakers in the congressional Campaign. The work is progressing but cannot be completed until the Tariff Bill has finally been disposed by Congress. The Choice . Bynum to direct this work we As a Happy one. He w ill be certain to include in the Book everything that can help the stump speaker in his arguments As he believes that the stump speaker is away ahead the literary Bureau As a vote getter because the average Man w ill listen to a Clever speech while he w ill not read pamphlets How Ever cleverly they May be prepared. Representative Springer chairman the House committee banking and currency says he considers it extremely doubtful w Hether the subcommittee recently instructed to prepare and report to the full committee a currency Reform Bill will Complete its w Ork at this session Congress. One reason for the delay is that representative Culbertson Texas a member the sub committee has been detained at Home by the serious illness mrs. Culbertson. The grand jury this week indicted the to newspaper correspondents w to declined to give the Senate investigating committee the sources their information concerning the alleged sugar Trust scandal and like the two stockbrokers previously indicted they gave bail for their appearance when wanted for trial. The grand jury has yet to act upon the cases Havemeyer and Searles the sugar Trust who w Ere also certified for refusing to answer questions. It is expected that the constitutionality the Law under which these indictments were found will be argued some time in August and if the Law is upheld by the local court the Case w ill be appealed to the u. S. Supreme court As it is the utmost importance that the question should be passed upon by our highest court. Representative Catchings miss., w to is a member the House committee rules and therefore in a position to know says he does not consider it possible for Congress to adjourn As Early As the first August but is certain that it w ill do so very shortly after that Date. President Cleveland is commended All sides for the promptness with w hich he decided and ordered that Federal troops should be used to prevent the mail service the country being inter ered with by Railroad strikers and to Back up the authority u. S. Court officials. The president is kept thoroughly posted through attorney general Olney postmaster general Bissell and Secretary Lemont upon every phase the strike they being in constant telegraphic communication with their subordinates. A costly Mardi gras pageant another new free Street Parade the Bart two amp Bailey show. Or the second time in two years the Public w ill be treated to an absolutely new free Street circus and spectacular procession. W i t h the usual disregard e x p e n s a a n d we Ith the Energy that has characterized every Effort barn uni amp Bailey. They have designed another entirely new Street Parade for the pleasure the people and when it is stated that it is freely offered upon the same generous scale As the performances within the tents one can easily imagine its magnificent splendours. All the crowned Heads the w Orlds the reigning sovereigns in coaches state in Royal Robes horseback surrounded with their escorts the military uniforms All nations in groups Quot and in picturesque Oriental style Are represented in the most truthful and Correct manner together with a magnificent display open Dens wild beasts and carved Golden chariots containing the splendid zoological collection followed by the allegorical chariots illustrating Nursery rhymes and children a fairy stories. As the Bills the fences say a it is w Orth coming Miles to see and once seen never the following order March will Tell the Story its magnitude. The Parade will take place about 9 clock in the morning wednesday july 18, at canal Dover. Order March. Military band. Gentlemen Fox Hunters and Cavaliers. Lady performers and Side Saddle experts. Band Chariot drawn by ten horses. Open Den five tigers and Trainer. Open Den four Lions and Trainer. Open Den six leopards and Trainer. Open Den six panthers and Trainer. Open Den six hyenas and Trainer. Open Den four bears and Trainer. Open Den six wolves and Trainer. Band Chariot euterpe drawn by ten horses. Mounted ladies the hippodrome. Gentlemen hippodrome riders. Three teams roman standing racers. Three four horse roman chariots. Two elephants with How Dahs and Oriental beauties. Caravan twelve performing elephants. Dro medaries with Asiatic riders. Dragon Chariot w Ith harnessed camels. Chariot India drawn by ten horses. Cinderellas fairy coach. Blue Beard. Old woman who lived in a shoe. Santa Claus. Little red Riding Hood. Sinbad the Sailor. Mother Goose. Steam Calliope. Representations the crowned Heads the world. 1. China. His majesty the emperor mounted Standard bearer White Swan Chariot with six mandarin ans and officers. 2. Siam. Magnificent siamese procession with King theban in state Back an elephant. Two other elephants with How Dahs attendants foot Standard bearers officers horsemen Etc Etc. 3. Egypt. The Khedive horseback Standard bearer Camel mounted officers the guards. 4. Japan. White Chariot state. The Mikado with his advisers and guards. 5. Persia. The Shah with Royal escort m camels. 6. Turkey. The Sultan horseback w Atli officers cavalry. 7. Holland. Coach state infant Queen officers Royal guards. 8. Belgium. King Leopold horseback with officers cavalry. 9. Sweden. King Oscar horseback officers Royal guards. 10. Spain. Coach state infant Queen escort and attendants. 11. Italy. King Humbert horseback officers the Genoa regiment and life guards. 12. Austria. Empero Francis Joseph horseback. Officers dragoons and hungarian life guards. 13. Russia. The Czar horseback mounted cossacks officers the Chevalier guards. 14. France. President Carnot officers Hussars. 15. Germany. Emperor William horseback we Ith Uhlan officers. 16. England. Coach state Queen Victoria life guards Etc. 17. America. Allegorical Chariot with army Navy Washington Lincoln Grant Uncle Sam goddess Liberty. Baking a a. Powder absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Streat new York. Why Are so Many people who formerly patronized other clothiers now buying us Berkoz the people Are Quick to learn where to get the most for their Money bucket to a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cured piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25? per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. We give style. Quantity. A old papers times office. A i new styles elegantly finished i and fully warranted buggies at John for Sale at the Myers North Broadway new Phila-1 Delphia Ohio 15tf satisfy yourself by seeing the largest and Best Stock farm w agony Spring wagons and buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio Lotf persons wanting Coal will leave orders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. W. Mathias. For Sale 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 28-4 Philipsburg Ohio. I am Selling the Young Many a buggy. Better than Ever. John Myers new Philadelphia Ohio lot we have Given a. Bippus amp soothe Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nuts Cio usand free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. For Salk cheap. Saloon property near a depot account ill health. Inquire at the Beo Zachter office. Of. To the Public. I wish to announce that i have started a milk route and will each Day deliver pure clean milk at the door any one wishing to buy. A share the Public patronage is earnestly solicited. Yours respectfully 18-tf Valentine Doerschuk notice to contractors. Sealed proposals w ill he received by the clerk York township Tuscarawas county until 12 clock at noon saturday j uly 21,1894, for the building a school House in subdistrict no. 4, said township according to specific cations file in the clerks office. Each bid must be accompanied by a sufficient guarantee some disinterested party that if the bid is accepted a contract w ill be entered into and the performance it properly secured. Each bid must contain the name every person interested in it. The bid for each kind material called for in the specifications must be Given separately and the Price each Given. Also the Price labor must be Given separately. Bids will also be received for the repairing the school House in sub District no. 4, in said township As to new roof floor plastering Etc., according to specifications. The Board education reserves the right to reject any All bids. At the same time will be offered for Sale the old school House in said sub District. By order the Board education Samuel Frutiger 27-4 clerk York two a. And Quality i see for yourself. \ amp the new clothiers and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio p. A our merchants tailoring is a up to Date in styles fit and workmanship. A Large assortment Domestic and imported fabrics to select from

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