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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 19, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume in. New Philadelphia Ohio thursday july 19, 1894. Number 80. Democratic ticket. Local melange. For auditor Edgar a. Walter Goshen township. For Conn to commissioner Adam Stocker Salem township. For infirmary director George Crater. Dover township. For Coroner Joseph h. Hostetler Dover township. For Congress. James a. I. Richards. trial comment. Powderly saved his reputation by being forced to step Down and out at the right time. We will now have a rest Pendergrast. If the same could he said Debs and Sovereign How Happy the country would be. Captain Mcclure the editor the Wooster Republican and an old Soldier has been nominated the fifth ballot As the Republican candidate for Congress in the 17th District. The Captain is a Hustler from Way Back. Personal and otherwise Here and elsewhere. How doth the Little summer girl employ with great dispatch each moment the passing hour in making another catch bring us your Job printing. Job printing at the times office. A. Parmelee the woodworker miss Lizzie and Mazie White Are visiting miss Mcllvain. Miss Vin Smith is the guest miss Spence this week. Or. Mccleary and son visited friends in Newcomerstown. De c. Browne went to Hazleton key last week business. See the summer suiting at David Maurera a w. Hight St. 18-3m potatoes Are constantly growing out in size and Down in Price. A. C. Stocker port Washington was in town business tuesday. Mrs. Albert Tarbet West Ray Street is visiting friends in Wheeling. John Burry is paying from 15 to 18 cts per it for Wool owing to the qual however sound the principal behind which Pullman is entrenched in his contest with his employees his personal conduct in the matter is indefensible and Stamps him As an egotistical purse proud Money shark utterly devoid commonest feelings humanity regard for Public welfare. Sex president Harrison denies criticising president Cleveland for sending the troops before the governors had called for them but the contrary upholds him and says he did right. The report was started by a narrow minded partisan that can see no Good in a Democrat. New wheat is bringing hut 45 cts per Bushel less than Oats. You will notice the Low demagogue class editors charging the democratic administration with the Low Price for wheat. But what a Blessing it is for the administration to be so Good to the Fellows who have Oats and Corn for Sale. The Farmer who spends his time during the Busy season figuring out the amount Money there ought to be in circulation per capita will he figuring mighty hard before the year is up How to meet his interest and trying to borrow Money from his neighbor who followed the plough instead theory. Senator Peffer Kansas says he would favor abolishing the in. Congress and Senate and that he would substitute a representative from each state As a committee Public safety. There would he but Little show for . Peter to be one the number after making the speech he did in the Senate. The Chicago inter Ocean in speaking the late great strike throughout the country has this to say the subject which is truer than fiction when the cold november winds begin to blow and the Coal bins Are empty the children in rags and hungry and half a million poor wives hollow eyed and worn out with anxiety it will be discovered that Debs and Sovereign were Arch conspirators against the Workingman. The plea for a a sympathetic strike a As far As any benefits could accrue to labor was idiotic. The idea punishing the innocent for crimes in which they had no interest part and doing violence by the Torch plunder and murder will More and More As the facts Are impressed upon the people react against the anarchist leaders and their in american methods redressing a wrong. The american Workingman is not an automaton and he will see the matter in its True Light in time. The late strike is fast proving a big fizzle so far As any realization the grandiloquent assertions the leaders is concerned. The movement from the Onset was Illy conceived poorly managed and lacked the justification popular sentiment. To this latter fact More than All others is due the ignominious expensive and most Complete failure these mischievous hair brained and shortsighted agitators to carry their Point the accomplishment which would have inflicted wide spread ruin and untold misery upon thousands innocent people and practically pral Zed and destroyed the every Industrial interest the country. All Praise should be Given to president Cleveland who stood like a Rock to hurl Hack the mad Billows anarchy and say to the passion swept mob a so far Shalt thou go and no the whole country should rejoice at having such a Man at the Helm. That was no time for weak Tempo Riding. The institutions the lives and even the stability the government were endangered. It was a a condition not a theory a with which the chief magistrate our nation was confronted and he happily proved equal to the occasion. Condemnation the Lawless acts a frenzied mob should in no Way be construed As a defense the soulless corporations the Money lords the nefarious protective policy that enables the few to fatten upon the Industry the Many. That the employees lord Pullman had Good and sufficient grounds for complaint we do not doubt that they transgressed no Law moral statutory in leaving an employment that had ceased to he pleasant compensating no Man can deny. But just there their right ended. They assumed too much when they essayed to prevent others from occupying the situations they themselves abandoned and when the opposition took the form rioting rapine and murder the flagrant transgression state National and common Law they lost the moral support the Public and with that the last Hope successful ending their always unequal contest with organized and protected capital. London Wallick spent saturday and sunday in Canton and Massillon miss Emma Welty is the guest her Uncle Wesley Welty in Coshocton. Miss Alinda Hewitt this City is visiting friends in Carrollton this week. Sherman George Stillwater o., is visiting his brother m. L. George this City. Mrs. W. Smith Uhrichsville was the guest mrs. Rachel Welty last thursday. Messes. Has. Eckert and Shearer this City Sun Dayed with friends in Trenton. Leo Smith Martins ferry is visiting friends in this City and canal Dover. Mrs. 1. Swearingen quanah4 Texas is visiting relatives in Midvale and Vicinity. Or. Charles Axx and wife entertained about �?~25 friends at hotel Harvey saturday eve. Miss Nellie White Cleveland is visiting friends in this City the guest miss Alice Lahmer. Quite a number the new phila., boys attended the Ball game at Uhrichsville Friday. Chas. Foehl and sister Cambridge Sun Dayed with their father at the Broadway hotel. Miss Clara Goodwin Uhrichsville is visiting at the residence P. Grimm and family. Frank Rinehart left for Cincinnati monday where he has secured a position in the rolling Mill. Or. Harry Iler wife and Mother Marion o., Are visiting at the residence mrs. Fradenburg. For a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m mrs. Albert Moore son and daughter Cherryvale Kansas Are the guests s. Moore n. Broadway. Richard m. Linn returned to Steubenville saturday last after a ten Days visit with Brothers in this City. The Rains seem to pass around us in this Vicinity. The Corn potatoes and pasturage is suffering very much. Mrs. Ella Price returned Home last tuesday from the National convention elocution its in Philadelphia a. I am Selling the Young Many a buggy. Better than Ever. John Myers new Philadelphia Ohio. 15t divine services were held at the county infirmary Sabbath. A num her our town people were in attendance. Miss France Morrill Menominee mich., is the guest the misses Margaret and Wilma Walter West High St. Master Virgil Mathias won the Gold watch Given As a prize by co. N. G. He received 180 votes at 10 cents each. Rank Post g. A. R., Gnaden Hutten will celebrate the 12th anniversary its organization tuesday july 31st.____ if you want flooring siding Ceil ing sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Par melees Mill East Ray Street 15tf miss Lucy Bergmeyer Canton who has been visiting the family Jacob Foehl for the past week returned Home monday. We. Knodel has about completed his handsome residence West fair Street and will move into the same in a few Days. The legs a chair never Sticks out half so far behind at any other time As when a Man is browsing around in the dark Hare footed. Mrs Philip Sehl and son Frank who have been visiting friends and relatives at Niles o., for the past week returned Home saturday. The Bright Little two year old daughter Eugene Lane lanes Valley died last Friday night and was interred at Sharon Church sunday last. Prof. Frank Elsworth the horse educator has located in this City for a time. He is organizing a class to teach the Art training and subdue inst horses. A a Doc Whitacre Brake Maria the i Yard engine at Dover had his knee gathered severely bruised last monday while coupling cars. At a meeting Union command no. 55, u. V. U., monday night i. A. Correll and c. E. Mitchener were elected delegates to National Encampment which convenes at Rochester n. Y., August 21, 22 and 23. The new Philadelphia tile roofing company has just completed a contract for the big depot at St. Louis to. It is said to he the largest depot in the u. And took $10,000 Worth roofing to cover it. This company is running the Plant full time now. Many recent graduates Frank Lin College new Athens Ohio too first in schools Law Medicine and theology. Few have such a Large per cent illustrious mens at the same time it is the cheapest Only $135 per year tape everything. A Send for catalogue the German reformed Church people York town will give a select concert the night july 28, for the purpose raising fund to Purchase an Organ for the Church. A select program a High order will be rendered and a rare treat is in store for All. You want to he there by ail Means. Talk about meanest Why there is a Man in town Well known to Many that when he buys a Peck murphies he counts them and tells his wife How Many meals she must make out the Peck. If his wife had the proper spunk she would smash him Over the head with her potato Masher and dump him in the garbage barrel. Samuel Rufenacht Shanesville died the 12 inst. He was found dead in his room lying the floor. He had not complained being unwell and at supper time he not coming to his meal search was made and found As above stated. A postmortem showed that his brain and heart were both diseased. Or. Rufenacht came to this country from Switzerland with his parents in 1836, and married Mary Horrisberger in 1856, the wife is the Only survivor the family. He was buried july 16th 1894. If people would just remember that flour would extinguish blazing gasoline the knowledge would he inestimable said a Man the House today. A sunday the tank our gasoline stove was blazing. Wet cloths were used without effect when i remembered that i had read that flour would extinguish the Blaze. A handful almost put it out and another snuffed it completely. It would he a Good idea to paste this up so that in an emergency it might both save life and Rev. Scutt chaplain for the county infirmary assisted by Rev. I. Winters held very interesting services at the infirmary last Sabbath. A great Many visitors were present to hear the services. W. A. English one the infirmary directors and daughter mrs. Wardell and daughter mrs. Meredith and grand daughter . And mrs. John c. Donahey . And mrs. John Tracy . And mrs. T. A. Powell . And mrs. Henry Billett mrs. Moore mrs. Albert Moore mrs. Emma Fouts . J. B. Taylor and . John Wallace were in attendance. These services Are quite interesting to the inmates the county Home. Valuable Book. Now in Possession the g a. Post this City. At a meeting Andrew Crawford Post no. 6, department Ohio g. A. R., held july 16, 1894, adjutant j i. A. Correll behalf Samuel Moore esq., presented to the Post a valuable Book reference known i As a a history the easel shaped Monument and a key to the g. A. And its the Book contains a consist history such historical events As would naturally he suggested by a careful study the picture the easel shaped Monument Viz divisions and sub Divis ions the Union officers in he order their rank and line promotion enlistments from the different states with total loss by dentil alphabetical list All the t>at4e9 and engagements with Calami together with a Complete list All the g. A. Posts in the United states alphabetically arranged by towns with time meeting amp a also much other matter interest to soldiers the late War and their friends. The Post by Resolution thanked . Moore very kindly for Liis valuable addition to their Library. At a regular meeting this Post held this evening the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted Viz whereas . Samuel Moore this City has presented to this Post a Book known As the a history the easel shaped Monument and a key to the g. A. R., and its coworkers a which Hook is considerable value to the Post As a Hook reference in matter pertaining to the late War therefore he it resolved that the thanks this Post is hereby extended to . Moore for his kindness in donating a Hook containing so much valued information for the use and Benefit our membership and he it futher resolved that a copy this preamble and resolutions signed by the Post commander and adjutant he furnished . Moore. J. C. Joss Post commander. Attest. I. A. Correll adjutant. July 16, 1894. The manager for the firm publishing this work and a picture the easel shaped Monument is in City and can he seen at the change hotel. Ing $2,500 the sex base Ball. Arrangements have been made for two games Hall the athletic grounds for july 27th and 28th, Between the butlers Carrollton and our own real estates. The butlers have not been Defeated this season and you can depend seeing two the Best games Ever played our grounds. Thursdays game Hall Between the twin cities and the real estates was a very exciting one resulting in favor the twin cities 4�?2. Done to miss the Ball games Between butlers and the real estates athletic grounds july 27th and 28th. I 0. F. Installation. Friday night District Deputy John Arnold installed the officers for Bethesda Encampment no. 36, i. O. O. F. This City to wit b. J. Bechtel c. P. Geo. W. Bowers s. W. Fred Glauser j w. T. Mccullough h. P. G. T. Diefenbacher g. P. Sehl 1st w. John Dougle 2nd w. B. F. Schuk 3rd w. A m. Memeger 4th w. Stipes Robert Dennison i. Reverdy Kirby and Frank Zellnor a t. Fair Carrollton fair Cadiz oct. A. R., preaching at disciple Church next sunday at 10 a. M. Subject worship god. Evening 7 30, subject the Young for Christ a plea for Christian Endeavor. E. A Hart pastor. Uhrichsville has a militia com Pany ready to Muster in. 60 members have been enrolled with Captain w. A. Castle 1st lieut., E. Burke 2d lieut., e. B. Healea. The company no doubt will he added to i the 17th. . Thompson Uhrichsville member the g. A. Post that place is in the City establishing agents in this locality for that great g. A. Work a key to the g. A. �?� mentioned elsewhere in this paper. Coming events. Coshocton county fair Coshocton october 9-12. Ohio state fair at Columbus september 3-10. Uhrichsville and Dennison fair september 25-28. Carroll county september 18-21. Harrison county Tober 3-5. National Enca Pittsburgh septembef�5-14. Central Ohio District fair new comerstown1 october 2-5. Stillwater Union Industrial exhibition Smyrna september 11-13. Republican county convention at new Philadelphia August 4th. Muski Ngum annual conference m. P. Church Steubenville september 19. Annual reunion 98th regt. O. V. I., Uhrichsville thursday aug. 16th. Annual reunion 52d regiment V. I., Pittsburgh sept. 10-14, during National Encampment. 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. Things to remember. Vote for free coinage Silver this fall and see that your Standard bearer is tried and True. Advocate Protection to american labor by restricting emigration in Stead making the Rich Richer and the poor poorer. Stand by the income tax measure and place the burdens government the Rich As Well As tin poor. Advocate a Tariff for Revenue Only and ask that every Dollar be accounted for and not squandered in extravagant and useless expenditures. Do your shooting with ballots instead with the weapons War. Discourage the destruction property7 for it weakens the Power the Labouring classes. Do not criticise the High officials a state government when they have done their sworn duty. Property has no value without government. The tribes Israel have grown too great to live without it and Law s nature will not suffice. Do not let your own selfish motives Lead you to disregard the rights others. Strive to live As one common brotherhood. Centralized accumulated capital has become oppressive in this country. To a great extent it is the offspring Protection which has stimulated Over production and ruinous Competition causing the greedy capitalist to strike Down All the weak competitors. To is no longer America for America but an american Asylum for the scum All Europe. Shall we continue the Protection to All the old world if so keep up the Protection theory and fill the poor houses with americans. 98th, regt reunion. The officers the 98th regiment association have issued the follow ing notice the coming annual re Union which is being sent out postal card to All surviving members the regiment wherever their address is known Uhrichsville july 12, 1894. Dear Comrade a the annual reunion the 98th regiment V. I., will he held at Uhrichsville Ohio thursday August 16th, 1894. Your presence is most earnestly desired. Come let us clasp hands As comrades Relmore and talk Over the Days �?T62 �?T65. There will lie a Basket dinner in the Grove if the Day is favourable and addresses w ill he made by members the regiment and others. Bring your family7, and let us have a Good social time. Please notify us your intention to he present. E. A. Parrish president. Thos. Philips Secretary. Stimmer races at Cleveland. The c. I. . Has just completed a new7 grand stand the most commodious and elaborate in the world. Its coming great meeting commencing with a grand opening Day monday july 23rd, w Hen no admission at the Gates w ill be charged w ill he the greatest in the history the turf. The smallest purse offered is $2,000, and three great races each Day Are the programme which is As follow s first Day monday july 23. 2 35 class trotting 3-yr. Olds,.$2,000 2 25 a a a a 4-yr. A a. 2,000 2 17 a a a a. 2,000 second Day tuesday july7 24. 2 21 class trotting.$3,000 2 15 a a pacing. 2,000 2 29 a a trotting. 2,000 third day7, wednesday july 25. Free for All class trotting a rectum barred. 2 20 class trotting. 2,000 2 19 a a pacing. 2,000 Fourt Day thursday july 26. 2 11 class trotting.$2,000 free for All class pacing 2,500 2 27 class trotting. 3,000 fifth day7, Friday july 27. 2 23 class trotting.$2,000 2 10 a a pacing. 2.000 2 15 a a trotting. 2,000 reserved for specials $7,000. The entries to these great purses closed the 9th inst., and have attracted a Galaxy stars never before equalled the turf. The free for All trotting class has such great horses As Alix 2 07% fantasy 3 2 08% Pixley 2 08% Belle Vara 2 08% and several others. The free for All pacers As Robert j., 2 05% Mascot and flying Jib 2 04 Sala Din 2 05% Guy 2 06% and others equally As fast. These two races Are course the fastest hut they do not monopolize the Speed. The 2 10 pacing class the 2 11 trotting the 2 15 trotting and 2 15 pacing classes May each develop extreme Speed while the 2 21 and 2 27 stakes each for $3,000, contain Many horses that can and have trotted faster time than 2 15. The Fields in every class will be larger than Ever before and Over 250 horses w ill take the word during the meeting while tie entries Are much More numerous. To add to the enjoyment tie occasion the driving Park company Lias engaged the Canton g. A. It band forty pieces which will Render musical Gem daily. The railroads sell tickets Good both ways for one fare with race coupons attached and Good returning until saturday night at Cleveland the St. Clair Street electric cars run direct to the track crates. Correspondence. News gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. Baltic. The game base Ball team w ent to port Washington saturday july 7, and Defeated the the latter steam in a closely contested game by a score 7 to 4. The features the game were the Battery and team w Ork the Baltic. Score by innings Baltic 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 3 port Wash 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 Gilmore. We. Linard and w Ife Elm visited at his brother Cyrus Linards monday. Mrs. Sarah Morris Gnadenhutten is spending a few Days w7ith friends and acquaintances Here. Among the visitors to our town last week were the following persons from the a twin cities a Oliver Moris and w Ife . Williams and w Ife mrs. Frances Buffington and Lew is Arnold. Mrs. James Arnold is visiting relatives in Uhrichsville. Mrs. Mary Dennison new Philadelphia is calling friends in and near town. Mrs. Mac Berkshire and children Western Pennsylvania Are visiting . Bus Mother and sister mrs Maria Berkshire and daughter Maggie. Rev. J. Murphy filled his regular appointment at this a face sunday evening instead 3 clock As formerly. Miss Lillie Rankin entertained friends sunday. Miss Nora Lanning visited at . Hefling a saturday afternoon. Bitter Sweet. Real estate transfers. E. L. Wenger to Geo. Stillman lot 1, new7 Philadelphia $550. Mary Lucas to the Village Uhrichsville part lot 220, $40. Susie e. And Ernest m. Sparks to Nancy m. Alloway 423, new Philadelphia $950. A. F. Agnes to Daniel May acre Wayne $25. Emerson r. Kyle to Geo. W. May Haugli 15 12-100 acres Wayne $500. Catharine and James a. Rosen Berry to Francis m. Hammond lot 4, Dover $350. William Strawn to Irene Scott 105 1-10 acres Warren $3900. J. Blackwell to E. Garner 1-10 acre Dennison $100. Philip Shafer to James Cotterman lot 90, Dover $517,60. Jane and Jeremiah e. Reeves to Belle c. Reeves strip land Dover $1. Harry l. Dingman to Martha Coen s. % lot 216, Uhrichsville $1100. Sarah m. Kinsey7 to Eli g. Metzger 22 63-100 acres Warwick $925. John m. Dill to Robert c. Kilpatrick lot 26, Uhrichsville $538.11. Eli g. Metzger to Rebecca Barr 8 26-100 acres Warwick $1. Rebecca Barret Al to Ann e. Simmers 7 56-100 acres Warwick $1. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remained unclaimed in this office and will he sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by july 30, 1894. Willie m. War laugh Bertha col Lins Florence Kelly Warriner King Ella Nolan and Rosa Saint. Please say a a advertised when ask ing for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. Pro Wras last crop prospects. For this sect tinned until the when Modera improving slip. Corn potatoes More rain lit sure Good arc too Cool for c doing Well a Sel. Complete in barn n. The drouth con night the 13th, show ers occurred tly7 the condition pastures and gardens Ever is needed to in. Nights have been i hut generally it is is beginning to tast Harvest has been the wheat put away v in Good condition. Threshing has commenced the Quality and Quantity being Good. Haying is progressing rapidly the crop being Light hut the Quality Good. Early potatoes Are Ripe hut very Small late ones Promise a Good crop unless destroyed by7 drouth. Oats Are ripening fast some have been Cut hut not until next week w ill cutting he general. Pastures Are getting very Short and Are drying up. Fruit continues to fall. Berries Are drying up. Grapes promises a fair crop. Apples and peaches will not he very7 plentiful. New peas court Bergunder pros. Amp co., is Shutz amp Bixler. An attachment proceeding. Edw Ard and Mary shilling is Conrad Streb guardian Dorotha shilling. Action account for labor performed. Campbell amp Dick is j no. A. Benson. Action account. Snyder Harris amp Barrett co. Is Shutz amp Bixler. Action in attachment. C. Dannemiller amp son is Charles c. Shutz it Al. In attachment. James m. Sondles is we. Mcdonald. Action for recovery real estate. C. L. Mclain amp co. Is Chas. C. Shutz it Al. Action in attachment. Buckey e Mutual fire insurance co Shelby Ohio is Mary Leeper and we. Leeper. Attachment proceed Ings. F. W. Mccauley is Levi m. Brow n it Al. Action to enforce a judgment Lien. W. W. Wallace is Eliza Mccauley it Al. Foreclosure mortgage prayed for. The state Ohio is Jas. Henderson. Complaint to keep the peace new styles elegantly finished and fully warranted buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf sunday a jails. The p s to flue Wal Jop e n de s a 11 i Ter t a u i s. It r 4 a tax a a. To deliver mail a pimlay7t Irani Eldyss p. M. Be w cum Ber Lan i. Of w hat Fine weather we Are having. The War the threshing machine is again heard in our midst. Wheat and Hay Harvest is generally Over and the Oats is ready7 to Cut mrs. Or. Maul Virnan mrs Ella Minnis miss Annie Scott James Huffman and Fred Scott attended the International c. E. Convention at Cleveland last week. Miss Edith Wingate Canton is visiting with friends at this place quite a number our y Oung folks attended the festival at pleasant Valley last saturday night they report a Good time. The c. E. Of this place had a social at Andrew keys last thurs Day night we Hope everything the program was done to the Honor and glory7 god for such is their session. James patriarch the huh in town business one Day w Eek. Quite a Little fight occurred near the depot last saturday7 by7 a couple Sherrodsville parties. There was not much blood spilt but there Wras a couple fellow s very mad. Rev. L. Larmer delivered a Fine and eloquent Sermon to a Large Crow d at St. Mathews last sunday. Or. Larmer is a new servant in the work the lord he propounds the gospel with great earnestness and Zeal. Black Dick. Wanted. Three intelligent men to w rite up the records service soldiers living in Tuscarawas count this state Good pay and steady employment to right parties school teachers sons veterans preferred. Also two three Active intelligent women can find steady employment and Good Payr. Call address we. P. Thompson manager. At Exchange hotel new Philadelphia Ohio. 30-2 Mountain and Ocean resorts the East Are readily reached via Pennsylvania Short lines. The Only 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 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 also made for fall River Newport Narragansett pier Martha a Vine y Ard Nantucket and famous watering 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 Daylong Branch Ocean Grove asbury7 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 will he furnished by ticket agents the Pennsylvania lines May he obtained by addressing f. Van Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburg Penna. C. L. 6c w. Ray excursions Baptist Young Peoples Union 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 bag Ernest Toledo a 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 Linwood Park Vermillion o., 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 he sold August 13 and 14, Good to return until August 17, 1894. One fare for round trip. J. E. Terry g. F. Amp p. A. Washington letter. President Cleveland and his Cabinet Are almost swamped with telegrams from every Section the country congratulating them the courage and promptness with which they7 have brought order out chaos and prevented what at one time looked like it might he a revolution and volunteering Aid to any imaginable extent in both men and Money. The president and his advisers believe that the w Orst is Over but they none the less feel proud the Confidence reposed in them by Congress and the people will continue their efforts to deserve that Confidence. It is speaker Richardson now if you please representative Richardson ten., having been elected speaker pro. Tern the House during the absence speaker Crisp w to has been called to Georgia by the serious illness his brother. The democrats the Tariff conference committee have held daily meetings this w Eek and the air is full rumours each contradictory the other As to w hat they have done. These rumours Are nothing More than guesses As members the conference w ill have nothing to say until they report to their respective houses. Had the situation not been entirely too grave and important to be laughed at the silly talk messes Hayes Mcguire and French members the executive committee the knights labor who Are in Washington this w Eek about beginning impeachment proceedings against attorney general Olney because the arrest Debs would have been regarded As a Good joke. As it is it merely gave the intelligent Public an Opportunity to gauge the Caliper the men w7ho control a once powerful and influential organization and to wonder How they Ever managed to get their authority and How Long the organization can stand the use they Are making it. Senator Daniel Virginia in addition to being a states rights Democrat the staunchest sort is known among lawyers As an authority upon constitutional Law. His Resolution offered As a substitute to the Semi anarchist Resolution offered by7 senator Peffer kans., and supported by the populist senator in one the most outrageous speeches Ever made in the Senate in which the abolition Congress and the Transfer authority to a committee composed one member from each state was advocated endorsing president Cleveland and his administration for the prompt and vigorous measures taken a to repulse and repress by7 military Force the interference Law less men with the due process the Laws the u. S., and with Commerce among the states and declaring that a the action the president and his administration has the full sympathy and support the Law abiding masses the people the ii. S., and will he supported by7 All departments the government and by7 the Power and resources the entire nation a would have been immediately adopted by a nearly unanimous vote the Senate As it was the next Day Only Peffer voting against it had not senator galling n. H., for some unexplained reason caused it to go Over a Day under the rules by objecting to a vote thereon and refusing to withdraw the objection although he w As begged to do so by his Republican colleagues. Speaking the situation senator Daniel said a i am a states rights Democrat and would he the last Man to stand idly by and see the authority the state encroached upon hut i fail to see any thing Here that encroaches upon the authority the state Illinois in any Way. The president is acting entirely within the lines the Constitution and his action is to he commended her All Law abiding citizens regardless their political predication partisan this is the Way the situation looks to senator Davis minn., the Republican w Hose raking Down Peffer will not soon he forgotten a i have looked into this matter As a lawyer and my judgment is that the president has gone about this business As a lawyer. He has considered his ground become acquainted with his authority and Powers and then gone in to exercise them in a righteous cause and for the Good the general Public. He has not exceeded his authority one Whit the contrary he has not As yet exhausted it. If the Federal troops Are not sufficient for this emergency the state militia is at his command. The president can swear the militia the various states into the service the u. S., and then Send them to Chicago any other Point where their mobilization May become necessary. The Constitution is Broad enough in this Case and the president is entrenched upon new Philadelphia markets. Flour Best family per bbl. $ 3 20 a a a a 44 44 sack. 70 a a new process a a a a 85 a a Amber per sack. 70 wheat per Bushel. 50 Corn a a 4450 Oats a a a a. 35 Rye 44 a a. 60 Oil meal per 100 lbs. 1 75 Timothy seed per Hushiel. 2 50 Clover seed a a a a. 6 00 hay7, per ton. 10 00 butter per la. 12 eggs per Doz. 11 hams per la. 10 shoulders per la. 7 0 8 sides per la. 7 3 8 lard 44 4410 tallow7, per la. 04 potatoes per Bushel. 55 chickens per la. 5% turkeys 44 44. 7 0 8 geese. 40 50 ducks per la. Cleveland excursion. On account the races at Cleveland july 23rd to 27th, the c. L. Amp w. Ray will sell excursion tickets to Cleveland Good returning including july7 28th. J. W. Mccombs at. Rate Sto Denver. On july 20th and 21st, Good to return until the latter part August account the meeting the Mystic shrine order. On August 9th and 10th, account annual meeting league american wheelman Good returning until the Middle september. Although the Low rates have been made for meetings organizations the Sale tickets w ill not be confined to members but the Public generally May take advantage the Low fare. The return limits w ill he ample for Side trips in the w est. Details May he obtained by applying to any ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines by7 addressing f. Van Dusen chief assistant general Pas anger agent Pittsburgh a. What a Canton Mother says. I have raised a family six Chil Dren and have tried All the cures from Paregori to Catnip Tea and Neve found anything so valuable As hands Colic cure. It expels wind from the stomach at once and gives such quiet and refreshing sleep. I would not he without . Hands Colic cure . Hands teething lotion for four times the Cost. Mothers give them a trial. Mrs. A Brown 237 South Cherry St., Canton Executors notice. Totice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been duly7 appointed and qualified As executor the estate Nancy Roby late Tuscarawas county Ohio deceased. July 9, 1894. C. C. Forney 29-3 executor. Notice. The undersigned Assignee in Trust for the Benefit the creditors Regula amp Taylor w ill sell at Public auction at Tuscarawas Ohio saturday the 4th Day August a. I 1894, tie desperate claims belonging to said estate. Sale to commence at 1 clock , terms Cash. It. Ramel. July 16, 1864. 30-1 Assignee. Baking powder absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder highest All in Leavening strength a latest United states governer food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Street new York. Browne amp Myers the Nej Quot a clothiers and divorce notice. John Perdue w h Ose place a Quot residence is unknown will take notice that the 10th Day july a. I 1894, Amanda m. Perdue filed her petition in the court common pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio praying Ajo divorce from said John Perdue the grounds Gross neglect duty extreme cruelty and adultery. Said cause will he set for hearing and after six weeks and one Day from the first publication this notice. Lisk amp Romig a ttys for plaintiffs. J illy7 12, 1894. 29-6 furnishes. On West High Street Are now having their first Semi annual t. O. O. F. Patriarch militant excursion to Chippewa Lake via c. Lamp w. y7, july 25th. Train leaves new7 Philadelphia 7 00 a. M. Fare round trip Only 75 cents half fare j 55 cents. J. W. Comb at. Persons w acting Coal will leave orders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. G. W. Mathias. G0t old papers times office. For Sale at the 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 Al impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. 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 e m a n u Al h u m Highouse 28-4 Philipsburg Ohio. For Sale cheap. Saloon property near a depot account ill health. Inquire at the Bemba enter office. Of. Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the w orld 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 it pc son. A More facts.�?�. Is a handsomely illustrated fifty Page pamphlet issued by the Chicago Milwaukee 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 i address upon application to we. Kelly7, jr., travelling passenger agent 48 Exchange Street Buffalo n. Satisfy yourself by7 seeing the largest and Best Stock farm wagons Spring wagons and buggies at John Myers North Broadway new7 Philadelphia Ohio 15tf to the Public. I wish to announce that i have started a milk route and w ill each day7 deliver pure clean milk at the door any one wishing to buy. A share the i it Public patronage is earnestly solicited. Yours respectfully 18-tf Valentine Doerschuk sheriffs Sale. By virtue an execution to me directed and issued from the court common pleas Franklin county Ohio i w ill offer for Sale at Public auction in the store room formerly occupied by Shutz amp Bixler in the town Bolivar w within and for the county Franklin and state Ohio commencing july 30, 1894, the following goods and chattels to wit consisting a general Stock dry goods groceries boots and shoes hats and Caps ready made clothing Queens Are tinware crockery oils and All other goods said Stock contains. Enough said goods will be sold to satisfy plaintiffs claim $836.24 and costs. Terms Cash. We. Adams sheriff. July 19, 1894. 30-2 notice to contractors. Sealed proposals will he received by7 the clerk York township Tuscarawas county until 12 clock at noon saturday july 21, 1894, for the building a school House in sub District no. 4, said township according to specific cations file in the clerks office. Each hid must he accompanied by a sufficient guarantee some disinterested party that if the hid is accepted a contract w ill he entered into and the performance it properly secured. Each hid must contain the name every person interested in it. The hid for each kind material called for in tie specifications must he Given separately and the Price each Given. Also the Price labor must be Given separately. Bids will also he received for the repairing the school House in sub District no. 4, in said township As to new7 roof floor plastering etc., according to specifications. The Board education reserves the right to reject any All bids. At the same time will he offered for Sale the old school House in said sub District. By order the Board education. Samvel Frutiger 27-4 clerk York two a. Clearance Sale to make room for our Early arrival fall and Winter goods. Their prices Are that in 1894, others probate Legal notice. Totice is hereby Given the 2nd Day Only. Philip Reichenbach and filed their petition in the court Tuscarawas county Ohio praying for the establishment an additional sub school District in Salem township in said county embracing the territory bounded As follows to wit commencing at a Corner Stone the South line Jefferson township and forming the w est line g. Kilchman thence to the Northwest Corner b. Grosses land thence East thence South thence w est thence North to the Southeast Corner land William Rausch thence West to the Southeast Corner Frederick Frey a land thence North to a. J. Bests Northeast Corner thence West to a Cornerstone Section line Between f. Frank s and Petrys land thence North to the Northeast Corner f. Franks land thence w est to the Southwest Corner f. Rauschs land thence North to the Northwest Corner f. Rauschs land the Jefferson township line thence East said line to the place beginning. The commissioners appointed to act in the premises will meet at the residence Jacob Porcher within the above described territory Friday the 10th Day August a. D., 1894, at 10 clock a.m., to discharge the duties their said appointment. J. F. Stephenson july 11,1804. 29-5 probate judge. And it will pay you to see them. Their tailor made suits Are marked at prices that will surely sell them. Browne amp Myers new Philadelphia Ohio

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