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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 21, 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. A As volume in. New Philadelphia Ohio thursday june 21, 1894. Number 26. Startling news not about the strike but the wonderful bargains that Are to be had at mrs. Russells. Hats from 25 cents to $2.00. Fine trimmed hats for 98 cents. Call and see us. Local melange. Jbf Tortal comment the name of a now defined As is the republicans up in Ashland Are having a scrap among themselves. When rogues fall out honest men take to the Woods. He Billy senator Don Cameron hops Down from his Perch with a a Protection and free Silver cry into the hungry Hord of Republican presidential can dates. Peru will shortly fall into line with a Good sized revolution on hand. Politicians in that country Are at sword Points and the outbreak is momentarily expected. Mckinley is being deserted by his followers 011 All sides. It looks now like the solid East is in a combination against the solid West. Lively times Are anticipated Between now and the time for rolling into tin convention of �?T9 5. _ Coxey has abandoned his dupes and is at Home again. He went into the Racket for notoriety Fame and free puffing. He got everything he wanted and now he is in a sure Way of getting to the jumping off place when the populist governor of Kansas and his constituents turned against women suffrage they struck Down the that made them what they Are. Lewellen and his followers have seen their Day. Women never forget. One by one those papers who have Mckinley a name at the top of their editorial columns Are dropping it out. The Ohio state journal is one of the latest who has soured on the would be ruler. Regale him to private life is what should be his Fate. In the years 1858, 1859 and i860,Wool was practically 011 the free list hut the High grades were 011 the dutiable list. A work published by the Secretary of agriculture gives the prices of Wool respectively for these years 1858, 38? 1859, 52<�?T 1860, 5<k. Will our protectionists Brethren please explain Why this Price was paid under practically free Trade. Ohio Wool xxx 21 to 22? medium 22 to 23-�?T Ohio Delaine 22 to 24c. Australian wools Are quoted in the Philadelphia Market from 28 to 33? for unwashed. Many Wool growers of the country Are consigning their Wool direct to the Eastern markets and thereby get better prices. They get rid of the professional liar who goes around to buy Wool and tries to talk the Price Down on account of the Tariff. The republicans of the sixteenth congressional District in convention assembled on the Lluli inst. And nominated capt. Danford of Belmont county on the 259th ballot. Danford has in the past served three terms in Congress. Razors will Fly this fall in that District As col. Poorman and Gen. Hollingsworth have been repeatedly snubbed. The treatment Given or. Hollingsworth in that District for years is sufficient to cause the most faithful to kick. Many of the strikers of Ohio will go to work but trouble is Likely to break out now Between those who go to work and the ones who remain out. It looks As though the strike fell Short of its because of the violence used and the destruction of property. That is tie opinion of people generally and of Many of the miners. We had hoped to see them get 70?. The organization should now be put on a solid basis and Weed out the extremists who bring ill repute to the Chicago inter Ocean in speaking of the great army of guards on duty at some of the mines throughout the United states says a in a number of localities where the men resumed work in the mines the guards to defend them seem to be As numerous As the workmen. If Uncle Sam could ship to Europe a couple of Hundred thousand of his in american miners he might have peace. The trouble is with the men who a dont speak English and have neither the spirit nor blood of americans in their the Chicago times hits the Nail squarely upon the head when it intimates that a by a curious Freak of Fate it happens that Nova Scotia Coal is being imported to the United states not by the influence of a free Trade Law but under the operation of Mckinley a sky High Protection. These blatant frauds precipitated the Coal strike by cutting Down the wages already reduced by Mckin Ley ism to the starvation Point and now in furtherance of their War upon american wages they Are doing the very thing which fora generation they have declared would ruin them a a namely importing foreign a new populist paper started out in Colorado the Home of Cranks and believers of anarchism says in its first Issue Labouring men about to strike might As Well come to fully realize the fact that Winchester rifles six shooting revolves a few Cannon and plenty of ammunition Are absolutely necessary Toa successful termination of a struggle of this there was a time in the history of this country when such utterances would be declared treasonable but times Are different now when state governments Are placed in the hands of men whose Only is to Breed discontent and defy the Constitution of the United states seditious sentiments like these will soon destroy the Republic that our forefathers Laid Down their a lives fortunes and sacred Honor to maintain. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. The Saddest sad words we find jumbled together Are the ones a fair and cools that proceeds melting weather. Job printing at the times office. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker qui Vive will meet at the Home of mrs. Chas. Bartles. Miss Bertha Deifenbaugh is visiting friends in Tippecanoe. Miss Nano Boothe entertained a few friends wednesday evening. Miss Edna Nickles and or. Vic Glauser spent a Day in Trenton this week. Judge and mrs. F. Douthitt Are entertaining friends from a distance this week. Geo. W. Ellis of Cleveland spent the last three Days of last week with friends Here. Miss Fannie Galbraith visited her sister miss Allie Galbraith in Trenton last week. Mrs. Mchenry Owens and family of Bedford ind., Are guests of Chas. Bartle and wife. Next sunday is children a Day at the m. E. Church. A Good program will be rendered. Hon j. A. I. Richards is Home from Washington looking after his renomination. Uhrichsville and Dennison contemplate having a Telephone service Between the two towns. Port Washington people will celebrate the glorious old fourth in regular old fashioned style. The Dover girls will be lonesome now since the boys in Blue have taken their departure. The Eastern Ohio conference of the m. E. Church will Convene at Warren september 10th. John Myers received a car Load of Mccormick binders and mowers. He is Selling them fast. Mrs. John Allen of Carrollton is the guest of mrs. N. B. Pratt and other friends in this City. Mrs. S. Of Donnell returned 011 wednesday from visiting her daughter mrs. Sarah Arnold of Massillon. There is another candidate for commissioner in the Field. See under announcements. Top one. Secure a bargain in shirt waists at Spring Bros. Amp Holzwarth. They Are Selling them at less than half Price. 26-2 will Colvin of Wheeling Va., visited friends in this City Over sunday and monday. He came Over on his wheel. Some of the gentleman friends of miss Annie Geckler treated her and West Ray St. Peo Jde to a Fine vocal serenade. James Swan and wife of Dennison were up to the county seat on saturday and made the times Sanctum a pleasant Call. Mrs. William b. Hanlon of new Philadelphia is a guest of her parents Here or. And mrs. Coshocton Democrat. Spring Bros. A Holzwarth Are remodelling their so having and cleaning up preparatory filling up with a Fine line of goods. N h. E. Burnside made a pleasant visit to Akron last week via the raging canal 011 the staunch Craft he reports a Good time. Iron Bridges will now be built on the c. L. Amp w by this summer to take the place of the wooden structures. It is estimated the Cost will be about $350,000. Eight Day alarm clock strikes every half hour for $3.05 at Burnside a Bazar. They Are extra Fine. 25-2 the base Ball game Between the real estates of this City and the twin City nine of Uhrichsville was a defeat of our boys 8 to5 in Uhrichsville on Friday last. Gilmore Bros greenhouse Uhrichsville was totally destroyed by fire on wednesday morning last. Loss $1,200 covered by insurance. Burnside will sell lace curtains at actual Cost during this month. 25-2 one of the soul stirring songs that the militia boys now sing during the Midnight watch on the c. L. Amp w., is a i stood 011 the Bridge at Midnight or. W. H. Moore and wife of new Philadelphia visited the family of his brother or. J. T. Moore our artist Pointer. Among the patents issued to Ohio inventors lately we notice the name of j. S. Scarborough of new Philadelphia for a combined nut wrench and Lubricator. John Kinsey a. H. Brown or i. C. Gentsch have returned from Washington to attend the primaries and county convention to be help thursday at Newcomerstown. Spring Bros. Amp Holzwarth Are closing out a Fine line of shirt waists a less than half Price. You want to Call at once. 2&2 mrs. Ella Price leaves this week to attend the convention of the nation Al association of elocution its of which she is an Active member and which meets in Philadelphia a. On june 25. Lloyd Murphy and family of Albany spent a few Days visiting friends in this Vicinity during the the latter part of last week or Murphy paid the times office pleasant visit. There will be a grand opening Anc reception june 26, 1894, at the big store. Music and refreshments. Garver Bros. Amp co., Strasburg Ohio. The work 011 the foundation for the new Odd Fellows Temple is rapidly being pushed Forward. There will have to be some Quick work we Call attention to the Beautiful Oil painting by miss Beulah Morgan in or. Gens Tchi a window. Khe has a class Here. Miss Cordelia Wilkinson of this City aged 17 years died Friday last. Her remains were taken to Toronto for interment on saturday. Mrs. Nancy Roby of this City and sister of the late John p. Chapen died 011 thursday last. She was aged 73 years. Interment took place at 4 p. M. Sunday. The enterprising merchants Garver Bros. Amp co. Strasburg will have a grand opening of their Mammoth store 011 the 26th, of june. A great crowd will be present and a free lunch will be served. The subscription list of the times is steadily increasing notwithstanding these hard times. It is Gratifying to know that the times is appreciated by All classes. It costs Only one Dollar a year. Try it. Lace curtains 37 cents a pair. If you want bargains in curtains go at amp nce to Burnside a. 25-2 miss Agusta Helm Rieli of canal Dover returned last week from Washington where she visited mrs. Andrew Deis and other acquaintances. She also attended a reception at the White House. Miss Helm Rieli is an amiable lady and makes Many friends. J. Foster Wilkin esq., of new Philadelphia and or. Chas. Wilkin of Pittsburgh were called to this place on saturday last 011 account of the illness of their father or. A. J. Wilkin who received a Light stroke of paralysis but is now much better. A Newcomerstown Index. Thomas Shotwell was arrested at Uhrichsville on the charge of stealing a by Icyle from Chas. B. Thompson in that place 011 the Lluli first. And was lodged in jail Here 011 default of bail. He is said to belong to West Virginia. The striking miners at Sherrodsville last wednesday ran two cars of Coal 011 thew. L. E. Bridge near there poured 011 Oil and set it 011 fire consuming All. Cars on the Side track and depot were oiled and fired but were extinguished. Such acts of lawlessness lost them 10 cents per ton. The cheapest place in now 11 to a shirt Waist is at springy Bros. They Are closing out at greatly re diced 26-2 the War ? is Over and All is quiet along the Banks of the Beautiful Tuscarawas. The excitement of the past week buy amp Holzwarth. A special lot prices. To get ready by the fourth of july so As to Irive Purper Stone Cere monies. Preaching sunday at the disciples Church this City by Rev. E. J. Hart subject morning discourse a a feed ing on Christ a evening subject a the Book of services at 10 . And 7 . All Are invited. A fellow in the South part of the county stopped the times a Short time ago alleging he was too poor. Two weeks after he was bitten to the tune of $35.00 by a couple of agents whom we had warned people against. Just one week after he stopped taking it we gave the notice. He is now kicking himself All Over the county for being a Ramphool. A Man giving his name As John Aley was found near Zoar on Friday morning last suffering with a couple of bullets in his head. He reports that his companion did the shooting. The bullets were evident a from a 32 calibre revolver and Aley can give 110 description of the Man who did the shooting. He hails from Canton and his wounds May prove fatal. Some of our Good democratic Brethren Are making preparations for the reception and entertainment of the county convention to be held at this place 011 thursday june 21. They also think it would be a Good Opportunity to show the distinguished gentlemen what a a a Slick Little town we Index. That right boys. Newcomerstown has always maintained the name As a hospitable town and its reputation will not Wane in the least if its citizens can help it. For a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a High St. 18-3m quite an excitement was stirred up 011 the Public Square Friday evening by a runaway it seems that while George m. Rikard was driving up Broadway near the Broadway hotel the horse slipped and the belly band broke causing the buggy Shaft to raise and frighten the animal. Or. Rikard held 011 but was thrown out. The horse dashed around the Southwest Corner of the Public Square and was finally caught. The buggy was badly damaged and or. Rikard received a few slight bruises. L. P. Hosick sex probate judge of Guernsey county attempted suicide in Beech hollow near Cambridge cemetery at 3 30 this afternoon. He was found by Charles Mccollum who gave the alarm. His House one of the finest in the City was sold by the sheriff on execution saturday and it is thought that unbalanced his mind. When he was asked who did it he said someone tried to Rob him afterwards admitting he did it 011 account of Domestic and financial troubles. It is thought he will live. Ladies can make $3 daily by folding and addressing circulars for us at Home. No canvassing. Position permanent. Reply with stamped envelope. Miss Grace Paul South Bend Indiana. O11 last Friday evening a. J. Wilkin of this place experienced a Light stroke of paralysis which affected his left Side and to some extent but did not seem to interfere with his speech As much As is common in such cases. Or. Wilkin has improved very rapidly in the past few Days and will probably be Able to get about in a Short time. For some time past he had not been feeling just right but he nor his friends had any thought of his ailments culminating As they n Index. See the summer suiting at David Maurera a Hight St. 18-3m we. Heidy an old citizen residing at Blakes Mills paid a visit to the Home of a daughter at Massillon last week. On his return Home on thursday last he was placed on the the train but for some unaccountable reason or Heidy left the train which had been Side tracked to let a Coal train pass and was struck by the Coaler and killed. His body was brought to his late Home and interred in the cemetery in this City followed to its last resting place by the g. A. R., Post of which he was an honoured and respected member. Has nearly died out in the strike owing to the presence of a Large military Force. All along the line of the c. L. Amp Railway troops and deputies have patrolled the Road. The Bridge Over the Stillwater Creek was finished thursday noon and Coal trains have been moving regularly. On thursday night some dare Devil of a human being placed a bar of Iron in the Frog of the switch at the rolling Mill in contemplation of throwing an up bound Coal train from the track but instead the South bound passenger train due Here at 8 45 ., struck the obstruction and passed Over it without trouble. Had the passenger train been bound North a wreck would surely have occurred As the obstruction was of such a character As to have thrown anything from the track. The militia at the Bridge Are being pestered nightly by some miscreants who come just near enough in the dense Brush to shoot a couple of shots to intimidate the boys who Are 011 duty but they get Back what they give and a Hasty Retreat is made. One Drunken fellow in Dover went Down to the Camp and asked for a drink of water it was Given to him with politeness by the coloured Cook but he thanked the donor with a string of epithets and abuse for which he was knocked Down with a frying pan and hustled away. The boys in the Camp to treat everyone civilly and with Courtesy. They Are Here to perform a duty and they should be treated with respect As it is not their fault to be thus thrown among us. Some Small boys made an attempt to set tire to a Small six foot trestle near the Nail works Friday noon but they were discovered and chased up into town. No damage was done however. United states secret service officers Are As thick As flies in these parts. They Are sawing Wood and saying nothing and Many who Are chuckling with glee will find themselves in an embarrassing position when the thing is settled. They have plenty of material to work on and 110 doubt there will be some absentees. The officers claim that miners Are not doing one third of the Devil ment but hangers on and outside sympathizers who Are leeches clinging 011 for subsistence. When the strike is Over they will depart As they came. As we go to press everything has settled Down to its former quietness and a fall is Well on the the militia has been called Home As their presence is thought to be 110 longer necessary for the Protection of Railroad property. A number of shrewd detectives have been scattered along the Road who will watch in the interest of the United states court injunctions. Company m returned Home Friday All feeling Well and in Good health but glad to again enjoy the comforts of Home. Camping 011 old Slack piles with the Black mass As a mattress hardened up the boys to that degree As to make them feel like veterans. Sunday school convention. The thirty third annual convention of the Tuscarawas county sunday school association was held in port Washington june 12, 13 and 14, 1894. It was one of the largest and most successful meetings of the kind Ever held in the county. The people of port Washington received the delegates and visitors to the convention in the most courteous and Hearty manner and entertained them All with their accustomed hospitality. Out of the 22 townships in the county All but six were represented in the convention and Many them sent Large delegations. The speakers on the program with perhaps two or three exceptions were All present and filled their places ably and to the pleasure and satisfaction of the convention. The convention was highly entertained by the speakers from outside the county or. Marion Lawrence state Secretary Rev. C. N. Pond and Rev. Or. M. Freshwater in their several special themes and a Hearty vote of thanks was tendered them for their presence and valuable assistance. The reports and statistics gathered show an increased enrolment and interest throughout the county. A plan was adopted whereby it is hoped to effect an organization of All the townships in the county and the holding of a township convention in each Between this and the last sunday in november which is to be observed As association Day by the schools of the state. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year s. Stocker of Gnadenhutten president A. Pit Tenger of Dennison corresponding Secretary miss Maggie Hoffman of new Philadelphia recording Secretary John Doerschuk of Shanes Ville treasurer. . Baker of Shanesville c. L. Cronebach of port Washington and , of Tuscarawas were added to the executive Board to act with the four general officers named above constituting a Board of seven members which it is believed will increase the efficiency and facilitate the work of the association throughout the county. The next convention will be held at Bolivar in june 1895. Correspondence. News gathered toy our Busy corps of special news gatherers. Lock seventeen. It has been some time since i have seen anything from our Section of country called Frog Valley so i will Endeavor to let you know a few of the happenings hereabouts. Frederick Haupert drove Over to Wooster to visit his brother prof. Chas. Haupert. The commencement at Gnadenhutten was quite a Success. Six of the class hailed from our Valley and can Well be proud of the Success attained. Beaux a Are becoming scarce in our neighbourhood. None but those living in an elevated part of the country can obtain them. Poor dear girls Omar a lamentation is a to frailty frailty thy name is woman a since his last trip on the Hills. Brother will is like a new suit before making Cut out. The students attending the various colleges Are expected Home soon. Girls get your Best smiles and sunday faces in readiness for you May heed them in the near future. Make Hay while the Sun shines. Miss Nettie Hagy is visiting in refinance county. Her father j110. Hagy has taken his departure for the far West. Lee must have formed a taste for poetry lately to judge from the partiality she shows for Longfellow. Miss Nellie Kinsey is Home from Uhrichsville where she has been staying for some time past. J. P. Ryd about. A Soldier meets his death. Corporal Robert Gerber of co. Of 14th regiment met with an Accident which resulted in his death in a most singular manner. To appears that Gerber with a number of his comrades were bathing in the Creek at Midvale wednesday evening last and while making a dive known As a a header a a truck a log he came to the Sii fac it with his head doubled 011 his breast. Before sinking he was rescued and Brocht to Shore. Medical assistance was at once Given and on examination it was found that he had received a compound fracture of the Skull and that his body and lower limbs were partially paralysed. The unfortunate Man was at once removed to the regimental Hospital at canal Dover where he lingered until Friday night when death relived him of his suffering. Gerber was a general favorite of the regiment Jovial merry and courteous to All. He was a clerk in Wolf a clothing establishment of Columbus and was highly esteemed by his employers. The funeral services were held at the depot at canal Dover attended by his late comrades and a Large number of citizens after which the body was taken to Columbus. Gerber was 21 years of age. Co. F will miss a Brave True and Light hearted Comrade when they again assemble at the Bugle Call at their armory but that is the Fortune of a soldiers life. An old Soldier gone. Or. J. G. Hephinger a resident on third Street died at his late residence sunday night of heart trouble. Or. Hephinger was a Good quiet citizen and 52 years of age. He had been suffering for the past year. He was a member of co. A., 185th Reg. Inf., and served in the Tennessee division of the army from february 1865, to september 1865. He reared a family of six children three boys and three girls who with the widowed Mother survive. The funeral took place 011 last wednesday under the auspices of the i. O. O. F. Attended by the g. A. May his change from Earth be to that Haven of rest where eternal happiness Ever reigns. Startling news. Not about the strike but the wonderful bargains that Are had at mrs. Russells hats from 25 cents to 82. Trimmed hats 98 cents. Call and see us. New pleas court. Helena Levstek is Geo. Levstick. Divorce prayed Sor 011 the ground of extreme cruelty. J. C. Howes is Edward e. Effel. Foreclosure prayed for. Harrison p. Arnold is j. Kurtz it Al. To reach the residence property of or. Kurtz which plaintiff claims was purchased with the Money of the plaintiffs Mother. Matilda b. Houk is we. Buky. Attachment proceeding. Meeting of this District miners. A meeting of the representatives of the miners Union of this District was held at Goshen 011, Friday last. Over 600 miners out of 1000 were in attendance. The meeting was quiet and orderly and the speeches were listened to with attention. The speakers begged their hearers to forego any acts of violence or destruction of property that such acts were a hindrance in accomplishing the Boon they sought. The following resolutions were drafted presented and unanimously adopted resolved that we deprecate the action of our National officials in signing for less than the 70 cent rate and that we continue in the suspension in the Hope of obtaining our first demand Viz 70 cents per ton for this Region and relative prices for other districts. Resolved that we commend District president Adams for the Brave and Manly stand he made in our interest at the recent convention held in Columbus and that we recommend him for a higher place when a vacancy occurs. Resolved that we request the resignation of John Mcbride Patrick Mcbryde John Fay p. H. Penna and Cameron Miller. Resolved that our organization must be maintained at All Hazard and that we condemn in severest terms the speeches of men who assume to predict that the defection of seven men will or can delay our powerful organization. Resolved that we express to the country at Large our deep contrition for All Lawless acts that have been committed by or in the name of our craftsmen and that we pledge ourselves to do All in our Power to prevent a repetition of such acts. Chas. Lawrence j Eli Tharpe John Rollins committee. We. Moke. Nelson King marriage permits. Bertonis Vigilis Maria Zattoni. Charles Compher Harriet a. Gardiner. Edward Jones Lillie m. O. Morrow. Charles i. Alter Emma a. Hod graft. Charles m. Meldrum Alberta a Hammond. Elsworth harsh Emma Gat Cliet. 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 Baltic. Mrs. Kaser Sidney is visiting her Mother mrs. Schimmel for the past month. Prof. J. A. Syler and family of new Berlin returned to this place last week to spend the summer vacation. W. J. Palmier and Mother of new York City Are spending several weeks with their Many friends and relatives Here. Or. Palmier is a rising Young journalist in the employ of the new York Sun. has purchased the hotel known As Baltic and took Possession last week. Miss Bertha Collins of Westfield 111., is the guest of or. Metzler. Miss Collins is a Niece of mrs. Metzler. Miss Mamie Linkon visited Bakersville friends last week. Miss Jessie Metzler spent Friday in Coshocton. Misses Ellen and Myra Fisher started on tuesday for a two weeks visit with relatives in Indiana. The Baltic Bakersville game of base Ball resulted in a score of 34 to 3 in favor of Baltic. A Large number of our Young people attended the Fiat and Ragersville festivals saturday evening. The Canton guitar students and the Canton mandolin club will give a summer night concert in the methodist Church next Friday evening june 22. On saturday evening june 23, the Epworth league will hold an ice Cream social on the Lawn of the m. E. Church. Base Ball. The merchants and professional men played an interesting game of Ball at the athletic grounds in this City on Friday last in which the merchants came out second Best. On next Friday and saturday the eclipse of Canton and the real estates will again Cross bats. Come out and see some Good playing for both clubs Are hard to handle and each will try to win. A the Only for a Penny. The Pittsburgh daily Post has been reduced from 3 cents to 1 cent a copy and is furnished by mail at $3.00 per year or 75 cents for three months. Eight Large pages every Day. Send your order at once. Election of school teachers. At a called meeting of the new Philadelphia school Board on tuesday june 19th, 1894, the following teachers were elected and assigned their respective grades Central building. W. H. Nichlas Prin. High school Anna Fackler. A a a a Edith Tope. A a a a Josephine Linka grammar Jennie Kinsey a and b a a Minnie Porter a a Olive a a Ella Lameri a a chapter on Wool. If those who Are howling 011 the Wool Tariff would just Stop and think a Little give it a few seconds of thought they would see that the Republican party in their entreaty to stand by them because that party offers them a Protection 011 the new Era in commenting on the fact says a now the fact is that at the present time we have the highest protective Tariff on Wool that has Ever been known and Wool is at the lowest figure Ever known. It has been going Down Ever since passing of the Mckinley Bill. It went Down under a Republican administration and has come Down under a democratic administration. This is worthy the consideration of Farmers who have been hum bugged into believing that they Are benefited by the Tariff on Wool. The fact in this matter of Protection to Wool is simply this the Tariff on an article does not raise the Price of that article under Ordinary circumstances unless the manufacturers or dealers in the article can Combine to maintain prices. The producers of Wool of course cannot Combine to fix the Price on the product. The utter impossibility of this has been demonstrated a number of times. On the other hand the buyers of Wool being few in number and possessing facilities for organization can and do Combine to keep Down the prices on Wool. Consequently the Tariff 011 Wool does not increase the Price which the Wool grower received for his Wool. Hence we have the present condition of the highest Tariff and the lowest Price. But the manufacturers who buy up the Wool cannot Only Combine to lower the Price of raw Wool but also to secure an advanced Price under the Protection of the Tariff 011 this same Wool when it is manufactured. Therefore under our present Bene Focient Tariff system with a High protective Tariff 011 Wool we have this situation the Farmer produced the Wool gets not one cent More for it than he would under absolute free Trade. But the manufacturers who Purchase the Wool Are enabled to compel these same Farmers to pay them an enormously increased Price for the same Wool which the Farmers live sold after it is manufactured. Absolute free Trade in Wool would not lower the Price of raw Wool but free Trade in Wool and Woolen goods would lower the Price of Woolen goods. Under free Trade the Farmer would get As much in Money for his Wool As he gets now under the High est Protection and with that Money could buy nearly or quite twice As much manufactured Woolen goods. The result would be that free Trade in Wool and Woolen goods would in effect give the Wool producer double returns for his Wool. He would get no More in Money than he gets under the present system but he would get nearly twice As much in Woolen goods. The Tariff on Wool and Woolen goods is a system whereby organized Woolen manufacturers can plunder the unorganized Wool producers. The Farmer who insists on the Tariff because he thinks that a general Tariff is necessary in order to protect his Wool is simply voting a Bonus to the monopolistic manufacturers which is to be paid by in a tight place. Or. Douglas of Pike run has gained for himself an unenviable position by the interest he manifested in the parades and acts of the striking miners. It is said that he was in company with the armed italians who marched to the Midvale Bridge the Day it was burned and that he was with the crowd of italians and others that marched through town toward Dover the night the militia arrived to guard the Dover Bridge. It is claimed that the Dover Bridge was slated to be burned and that this mob turned Back upon hearing that the Bridge was Guarde by the militia. I r. Douglas was member of the militia company Here but the boys claim he deserted them. Be that As it May he did not go with his company. Last Friday the doctor called at the Camp of the militia at Midvale and offered his services to treat any of the boys that were unwell when the Captain of one company Learned that he was the party who had Heen taxing such an Active part with the strikes he placed him under Ariest and will take him to Columbus to be dealt Quot a the by the military authorities. It May go hard with him when the civil authorities take it in hand for if it is shown that he was with that mob when the Bridge was burned he will be held liable whether he applied the Torch 01 not. To say the least of it the doctor has put himself in a tight place. Many other arrests will follow soon and some of them Are americans too. Old papers times office. For Sale at the Jennie primary Gertrude Spencer Katherine Della Stiffler Anna Nellie hover Wilma West building. Anna Goodwin Prin. Damp a grammar Maggie Sargent primary Maggie Evans r Cora Schwarc Anna Kaiser East building. A Hattie Miller a and b primary Katherine officer. C a a Anna Nickles a a the superintendent was elected at a previous elect Kuiz cows will get Titto trouble. Considerable complaint is being made by a number of people of the Oose manner the boys have in driving cows through town to outside pastures. The boys Stop and play while the cows Chase Over lawns and Flower Beds leaving destruction in their path. The boys have been remonstrated with and Are impudent wanting to know what they Are going to do about it a number of citizens have concluded to take matters in hand As they have no other Protection it seems and use some stringent methods which will not be acceptable to the owners of the cows. We have been requested to make this warning and it is to be hoped that the boys will be made to drive the Stock and not play on the Road. New Philadelphia markets. Baking k 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 new York. Flour 3 20 70 85 75 55 50 35 60 1 75 2 50 6 00 Best family per bbl. A a a a a a sack. A a new process a a a a a a Amber per sack. Wheat per Bushel. Corn a a a a. Oats a a a a. Rye a a a a. Oil meal per 100 lbs. Timothy seed per Bushel. Clover seed a a a a. Hay per ton. 10 00 butter per la. 10c� 12 eggs per Doz. 12 hams per la. 10 shoulders per la. 7 �8 sides per la. 7 <t8 lard a a a a. 10 tallow per la. 04 potatoes per Bushel. 65 chickens per la. 6 4 turkeys a a a a. 7 �8 40@50 ducks per la. Announcements. De. Times please announce my name As a candidate for the office of county commissioner subject to the decision of the democratic county convention to be held at Newcorn Erst own june 21, 1894. Jno. F. Baker Jefferson to. De. Times please announce my name As a candidate for the office of county commissioner subject to the decision of the democratic county convention to be held june 21, 1894. Adam Miller Oxford township. Please announce the name of John h. Hines As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision of the democratic county convention at Newcomerstown Ohio june 21, 1894. Democrat of Mill township. Wanted agent in every county in Ohio to sell Granite Ami Marble monuments. No experience necessary Liberal and exclusive territory Given. A dress m. V. Mitchell amp son Columbus Why Are so Many people who formerly patronized other clothiers now buying of us Berkoz the people Are Quick to learn where to get if you want flooring siding ceiling sawing or any kind of Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill 011 East Ray Street. 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 2, 1894. Charles Rausch Sherwood Bros. Laura Hanlon j. W. Mathias and prank l. Carleton. Please say a a advertised when asking for above. D. Wyss p. M. Low rates via Pennsylvania lines to Cleveland and Youngstown. Special excursion tickets will he sold via Pennsylvania lines for Christian Endeavor meetings As follows to Cleveland july 9, 10 and 11 and to Youngstown july 8, 9 and 10. The Sale of tickets to Youngstown will be confined to ticket stations in Ohio. The Low rate is open to the Public and excursion tickets will be sold to All applicants. They will be Good returning until july 18, or return limit May be extended to september 15. For details apply to nearest Pennsylvania lines ticket agent. Real estate transfers. J. G. Hostetler to a. F. Beechy lot 23, Shanesville $575. Louis Smith to Frederick Weber lot 4, Strasburg $600. Ferdinand Brinkman to Charles Brinkman 1 acre Sandy $100. We. Hamilton to Elisha and Het tie Carnahan 63 36-100 acres Union $1500. Mary and j. H. Curry to h. W. Rhoads 31-100 acres Goshen $837. Jacob Degrief to c. P. Zellner part lot 144, new Philadelphia $500. Gardner amp Johnson to s. T. Logan lot 4, Dennison $175. G. W. Mox to Margaret r. Of Donnell lot 545, new Philadelphia $1200. Ellen Healey Sadr. To Emma e. Griffin lot 4, Dennison $591. Sheriff Adams to John Leinenger 95 acres York $2707. J. H. Beal to Mary b. Thomas lot 10, Uhrichsville $1200. David and Sarah Perkins to s. B. Evans part lot 24, new Philadelphia $500. Gardner amp Johnson to h. T. Ackerman lot 4, Dennison $200. Laura a. And j. H. Plotts to l. L. Dunlavy lot 10, Uhrichsville $75. S. W. Sherman to Rebecca Cole parts lots 1, 2, 3and 4, Dennison $800. John Lawver and wife to Agnes e. Roney it. Al. Lots 8 and 9, Dennison $400. Mary myer to Jacob Burtscher lot 14, Blakes Mills $250. E. H. Mcgrew to s. C. And Mary Wright lot 42, Sandy Ville $65. U. G. Hostetler to b. C. Shrock 30, 70-100 acres Sugarcreek $1535. C. L. Amp Ray excursions. Fourth of july Holiday a tickets sold july 3 and 4, Good to return until july 5, 1894. One fare for round trip. 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 a of the Minal lines prior to july 17, limit 0 be 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 a Nger fest Toledo of tickets sold july 29, 3b 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 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 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. Amp p. A. Lake Brady Portage co Ohio. The Lake Brady spiritual association will hold their third annual Camp meeting on their Beautiful grounds near Ravenna Portage co., Ohio commencing sunday july 1st, and continuing during july and August and closing sunday september 9th, 1894. An unusually Brilliant array of speakers and mediums of both sexes have been engaged among whom Are the most gifted of the platform orators and genuine mediums of All phases. Tents and rooms in cottages can be had on application for All who wish to visit this Beautiful spot for religious instruction or healthful amusement. An excellent band of music has been engaged for the season and reduced rates 011 All available railroads. The fourth of july Farmers Day August 15th and labor Day september 1st, will be appropriately observed. Boating fishing dancing in the Pavillion bathing and Many other innocent amusements Are abundantly provided for. For particulars addres Benjamin f. Lee president 2608 Broadway Cleveland or J. Toffel Lake Brady via Kent Ohio the most for their Money we give style for Sale cheap. Saloon property near a depot on account of ill health. Inquire at the Beo Zachter office. Of. The famous Deering binders and mowers now have Ball bearings like a Sycicle. Save your horses by buying of Waltz amp Schweitzer. New Philadelphia Chio. 17tf persons wanting Coal will leave orders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 18-1 f g. W. Mathias. Crop prospects. Wheat is filling nicely and is beginning to turn Oats Are doing Well but need moisture. Potatoes beginning to Bloom and Are doing Well but if rain does not come soon the crop will he Cut Down considerably by the Droth. Barley is being Cut in some localities. Rye is doing Well. Timothy Meadows Are generally Light and weedy. Clover is doing finely and is being Cut in Many localities. Pastures Are getting Short. Gardens Are in fair condition. Tobacco is suffering from the drouth. The condition of the fruit in general is not very promising Large fruit and Light crop. Grapes Are being destroyed by Rose bugs in Many localities. Berries Are beginning to Ripen and Are suffering from warm dry weather. The Strawberry season is nearly at a close. Bucklen 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 pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded. Price 25? per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller it pc son. We. Clague of Cincinnati who has been in the employ of Taylor amp Gameter in the plumbing business wishes to inform the Public that he has opened a shop with Wolf Bros winners of this place and will do All kinds of plumbing promptly and will guarantee satisfaction in every respect. He has had 20 years experience in that line. Leave orders at Wolf Bros tin store. 24-4 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. New styles elegantly finished and fully warranted buggies at John Myers. North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. Lotf excursion rates via Pennsylvania lines for fourth of july. On tuesday and wednesday july 3 and 4, special excursion tickets will be sold from All ticket stations on the Pennsylvania lines to any station on those lines within 2<j0 Miles from station where ticket is purchased. Return Coupon will be Good until july 5, inclusive. Tickets will not be sold to adults for less than Twenty five cents nor to children for less than fifteen cents. Quantity and Quality. I see for yourself. % amp the new clothiers and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio our merchants tailoring is a up to Date in styles fit and workmanship. A Large assortment of Domestic and imported fabrics to select from

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