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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 6, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia time pubu8h1d iv1by thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county books Bill Heads poster3 and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor to licit. Philadelphia times. The a a times advertising rates. Spar. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 mo.3 to. 6 to. 81 50 250 3 00 6 00 4 001 10 00 5 c0j 12 50 12 001 so 00 8 3 00 9 00 15 00 25 00 50 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday sept. 6, 1893. Number 37. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. the new Philadelphia Timber will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.�l-00 if not paid within three to s 1-50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Teachers examinations. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teacher s certificates As follows during 1892 and �?T93 at new Philadelphia november 26, 92 january 28, �?T93 february 25, �?T93 june 17, 93 August 12th, �?T93. At canal Dover january 7, �?T93 february 11,�?T93 april 22, �?T93 july 8,�?T93. At Uhrichsville March 11th, �?T93. At Mineral Point March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june 3d, �?T93. Pupils examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, �?T93 May 6th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with pen and Ink and the necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. All examinations will be he d in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. . Pfeifer Csc a. J. Richardson. Democratic state ticket. For governor Lawrence t. Neal Ross county. A a for lieutenant governor William a. Taylor Franklin county. For judge supreme court John w. Sater Darke county. For treasurer state Brisbin c. Blackburn Coshocton county. For attorney general John p. Bailey Putnam county. For member Board Public works Louis p. Wilhelm Summit county. For Dairy and food commissioner a ii. Mckeown Hamilton county. County ticket. Personal and general. Business directory. Formerly the a Moi sky Iii Jacob Foehl amp son proprietors. Jar table second to a free bus to and from All barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Ohio. 36-Ly d r. Joseph f. Fox office Orr sent sch a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May be found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. U. May 25-Ly. H h. Porter attorney at lava special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D Richards. Or. S. Vail dentist a face in City Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Hender3hot. A a a office and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. Ellis architect. For representative David a. Lam Bright for probate judge Jasper ii. Mitchell. For treasurer Jacob Hawk. For clerk court James f. Milar. For sheriff Basil d. Downey. For prosecuting attorney _ Joseph t. Mccullough. For recorder Hugh t. Minn is. For commissioner Adam Miller. For Surveyor Fred re a Eric Lienbach . For infirmary directors full terms George Crater Short a a a Geo. In. Arthur. V intell1 gent test in y. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. Fall and Winter everybody wears clothing Call and see de. , and get your Choice 2400 pieces. Farmers Are chopping up their Corn. Or. G. W. Bippus Sun Dayed in Pittsburg. Chas. Smith Cleveland is Here a visit. Geo. Stiller and wife were at Bolivar Sabbath. James Linn is suffering with a sprained Back. Farmers potatoes Are being dug by nocturnal pirates. Chas. Lang and capt. Sam Slade it. Washington were in town saturday. Rudolph Baehler was severely injured while working the sewer last Tours Day. Tuscarawas county fair at canal Dover september 19th, 20th, 21st and 22d. Fred Dearborn wife and family Cleveland Are guests his parents in tins City. A 7-wcek�?Ts old child Laura Wen Sel was buried tuesday cholera inf Antum. John Getz has accepted a position in the Swihart amp Linn undertaking estate Lish ment at Barnhill. Henry Scheu livery Man at canal Dover does no to believe in hiring out his rigs to sports. Ketch Adrian Wallick has returned from Columbus ind., to Complete his course studies in our school. Or. And mrs. Lyman Hardman and son Uhrichsville were guests old Iowa friends Sabbath. Franklin College new Athens o., sends out the Best scholars at the lowest rates. Catalogue free. Or. And mrs. Booth and daughter Genevye Sun Dayed with we. Smith and wife at Newcomerstown. The misrepresentations As to the cause the present business which attribute the hard times to expected Tariff changes Are Well met and answered in that Able and reliable Trade journal Tho american Wool and Cotton reporter last week. That paper says for those who believe the Tariff has Bee and is the Paramount Factor in the present depression in the Industrial and business world it May be interest to note that certain descriptions Wool actually advanced in prices in the Spring months clothing wools were fully one cent per Pound higher in March than in january and some wools two cents per Pound higher. For instance Ohio xxx was quoted in january 29 to 30 cents and in March at 31 to 32 cents Michigan x and above 26 to 26 and 2 and 27 to 28 and $ cents for the same months. If the Banff was a Factor it had not made itself Manifest in prices during these months. As we have shown in previous issues the goods Market was in Good shape manufacturers with Large orders in hand right through the Spring months. The Quot depression is due to a Lack Confidence in the stability currency and the cause should be removed. Testimony like this from intelligent business sources will easily outweigh scores interested partisan misstatement evidently concocted with intent to Herald. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl d r. H. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio f 8 to 10 a. In. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. The Hawley to use. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a Tel 2.00 Ter a y. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 911 the Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and pay your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other agents. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. A Hendershot adjuster. S Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas. Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Myers Block 2d Vileor. Tose Pii Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to Nisi Phil Delphi. Ohio August 14,1890. 33yl t h. Booth a attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47il a booming Trade. That a what we Are having just now. Besides three car loads new fall and Winter goods for All departments we have bought two bankrupt grocery stocks at Canton o., which Are now Sale. Never before was there such a cutting and slashing prices. We know times Are hard and Money scarce and for that reason Are cutting our profits still lower to suit the times. We can afford to do so while others with big expense can to. Make your Money go As far As possible. It will Purchase twice As much at our stores As else a Here. The bankrupt groceries will go at \ and \ prices. For instance soda Worth 10c, will go at 3c, and 5c boxes glueing at 10c per Doz. Bargains arriving daily. Yours Carver Bros. A co., Strasburg Ohio. No Dull i Imes Here. New York women in politics. S. Maple dealer in groceries provisions and produce All kinds. We handle nothing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. A give us a Call str c West front Street new Phil a <510 near planing Mill 35-iy executors notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned have been duly appointed and qualified As executor and executrix the last will and testament Thomas b. Pounds late Tuscarawas co., 0. Deceased. Sept. 2d, 1893. Henry b. Pounds 37-3 Rebecca pounds a new Factor in Chautauqua county n. Y., politics this fall will be the candidacy mrs. Martha r. Alray for the office school commissioner in the third District. Mrs. Almy enters the Field at the request the Chautauqua county political Equality club. In outlining her future course she said she would make no Canvas any Polit ical party but would Appeal to men and women Chautauqua county who believe that the county has a right to the Best services citizens regardless sex. The Chautauqua county political Equality club is the strongest organization the kind in Western new York and As the women have wisely decided not to draw party lines they will undoubtedly pall a Large vote. In Cattaraugus county there is to be a similar movement. Miss Christina Mclennen sister judge Peter b. Len Nan Syracuse is in the Field for a nomination As school commissioner. She lives at Frank Mville and has some local support. In the second Catt Arati Gus District Mies Mary Van Rensselaer Randolph has announced her candidacy for the commissioner ship. She has Good prospects Success. Or. Grant Mitchell Canton visited his people Here Over sunday . Mitchell stands High in his profession. Come to the fall millinery opening s. Runner at canal Dover thursday Friday and saturday this week. Alf Boone Niles will remove his family to this City. Will do tailoring work in Senhauser clothing store. Correspondence from Hartwood and Stone Creek too late for this weeks Issue. Will appear in next weeks Issue. E. May Hen enjoys a Good Trade in the Barber business at Gnadenhutten. He is a gentleman in every sense the word. Or. Edwin Graham and wife Bristo Iowa Are the guests Hon. John s. Graham and other relatives this City this week. Miss Bird Knisely and Little Brothers Roy and Jesse left wednesday morning to visit friends in Hudson and Youngstown. Midway Niles o., knocked out the russells Massillon in a game base Ball athletic grounds saturday. Score 12 to 11. Elizabeth Butler aged 3 years and 5 months died tuesday last at Goshen and was buried thursday. Jas. A. Linn undertaker. My secs Mary and Vada Davis Mineral Point and mrs. Columbia Davis Oklahoma were guests mrs. S. B. Flora this City wednesday. There will be a a amp Bath school picnic at St. Mathews lutheran Church saturday this week. Everybody invited. A Good attendance expected. Chas. Trix at Barnhill has lately had erected a neat building for the purpose conducting a first class meat Market. Call and see him. For Sale Good meat Market and fixtures Good Trade Good town a bargain for anyone Good reason Tor Selling. Address the times office. Of the 51st V. I. Will hold their reunion in Cleveland Same time As the meeting the army the Cumberland. Low rates will be secured for the boys. Our honorable judge Fletcher Douthitt and Eon Edwin have re fitted two rooms in Central Block in the most approved manner step in and gee gentlemen. The daughters mrs. Fred. Geck Ler desire to extend their Heartfelt thanks to those who were with them through the sickness and death their Loving Mother. Grand millinery opening ladies children a and m is est fall hats at s. Runners canal Dover thursday Friday Aud saturday this week. Be sure and Call and Admire the Beautiful. A barn belonging to Phillip wadding ton burned Down tuesday about Midnight. About 60 tons Hay and nearly 700 bushels wheat with nearly 450 bushels Oats were consumed. Incendiary Small insurance. Mrs. Eleanor Hamilton Brazil Iowa acco Muhamed by her sister Tilda Coleman Zanesville Are the guests her Sou Lemuel Hamilton whom she has not seen for 12 years. Mrs. Coleman his aunt left tuesday Tor her Home at Zanesville. I. A. J. Risher one the old Thresher men the county says he lately threshed the wheat Fry a Creek Valley from one end it to the other in All 15,000 bushels. He made when at Tuscarawas Call Reiser Brothers dealers in dry goods notions and groceries. They Are hustlers and capital Good people to Deal with. George Lee stole two pairs pants at the Boston clothing House tuesday evening and being detected was captured by Chas. Smith and led before the mayor who sent him to jail. The Best investment you can make now is to take Stock in the Ohio National building amp loan co. Call s. Moore Secretary the new Philadelphia Branch for information. Of Harry Cruse and family formerly this place and late Cadiz have moved to new Philadelphia where he has secured employment at Brick laying a sewer paragraph. We will offer special bargains in dry goods carpets Aud lace curtains and Fine dress goods a specially during the millinery opening at s. Runners at anal Dover thursday Friday and saturday sep. 7, 8 and 9. Do you want to build a House if so take Stock in the Ohio National building amp loan co., and get your Money to build with. Done to fail to Call 8. Moore Secretary at the times office and get information the subject Harry Hamer at canal Dover is agent for the Cincinnati Post one the Best daily Penny papers that comes into this Section. Harry is a Hustler and his employers Are aware the fact. Nearly 100 copies Are sold daily. Or. And mrs. E. Alexander attended the wedding miss Esther Cohen to . A. Greenberger at Salem o., last wednesday. Over 150 guests present. It was a Royal affair to say the least. Or. And mrs. Alexander returned Friday last. Slaughter House Kuenzli Bros., was destroyed by tire at Midnight tuesday. Seven head Beeves perished. There were three dressed Beeves and three Veals burned up. Also a lot Hay and Corn. Incendiary so. Insurance $1,000. John Prosser a rolling Mill Man while seeking employment and was going to canal Dover saturday evening walking 011 the c. L. Amp w. Track the North bound passenger engine struck him mangling the body. Funeral was held monday at Dover. When you Are at Barnhill done to forget to Call upon George h. Clever confectioner Baker and general dealer in cigars tobaccos Etc. His name is sufficient evidence securing a Large Trade and at present enjoys the reputation being a first class Baker. Success to him. Hon. Ii. H. Porter port Washington has become a citizen our town. He occupies the residence and Law office lately occupied by Hon. J. A. D. Richards West High Street. Or. Porter is a Good lawyer As Well As a Good citizen and merits the Confidence the people. For a lame Back for a pain in the Side Chest try saturating a piece flannel with chamber lamp Spain Balm and binding it onto the affected parts. This treatment will cure any Ordinary Case in one two Days. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp son druggists. Do you want to secure a loan if so take Stock in the Ohio National building amp loan company and get your loan it. It is the Best Way to cancel your debt. If you Are paying rents you could carry the loan that by buying a lot and building your own property. Y will own the property in a Little Over 7 years. Call s. Moore Secretary. Of some the Best horses in the state will be in attendance at the canal Dover fair sept. 19, 20, 21 and 22. The purses 011 pacing and trotting being Liberal always insures a Good attendance the Best horses. Everybody should take a rest a Day two and patronize the society by their 2t Friday morning David Everett Marshall Gnadenhutten accompanied Chas. Butimore Chester Wheeland and Lorenz Taylor to this City where they will Dine at the Adams mansion until the action the grand jury. They Are charged with burglar izing the grocery store George Canada at that place thursday night to the tune thirty Odd dollars. They left a Clew at the Back door which led to their arrest. On thursday evening at the u. parsonage by the Rev. Barn House . We. Bower and miss Ida White hair were joined in the holy Bonds Wedlock. Miss Ida is a very intelligent Young lady and has numerous friends throughout the country. Or Bower is a gentleman Good Bush incas qualifications industrious and has hosts friends in this Section. We extend our congratulations wishing them a prosperous future. 41 sets and says the yield was excellent. The Farmers were Well please with his work. Prof. A. A. , o., was chosen As principal the schools at that place at an increased salary the professor is a very scholarly Gen Lemau. This makes the fifth term for the professor which shows that he is highly regarded As an Able instructor. Mrs. Caroline Geckler died wed i count presence the Uhrichsville and Dennison fair will be held sept. 12, 13, 14 and 15th. The attractions will be up to the usual Standard. The races Promise to be Good. There will be a balloon ascension thursday and Friday. Gov. John p. St. John sex governor Kaneas will address the people important issues Friday. A Large attendance is anticipated. Among the incidents childhood that stand out in bold Relief As our memory reverts to the Days when we were Young none Are More prominent than severe sickness. The Young Mother vividly remembers that it was chamberlains cough remedy cured her croup and in turn administers it to her own offspring and always with the Best results. For Sale by f. Miller amp son druggists. Frederick Mosher this City drop de dead Public Square while going duty thursday morning last. He had been janitor the Central school building heart disease was the cause his death. Was born in Switzerland and was aged 57 years. Leaves a wife and three children. Funeral was held sunday. He was an honoured member i. O. O. F. Lodge which order attended in a body. Remember that the 43d annual f air the Tuscarawas county agricultural society will be held at canal Dover tuesday wednesday thursday and Friday september 19th, 20th, 21st, and 22d. This year promises to be equal to any former year. The list premiums is quite Liberal. Every one who can take something should secure a catalogue and be prepared to enter As Many articles As possible. 2t the Liberty Tunnel near Kimbolton the Cleveland and Marietta Ray is fire. The wooden arching the Tunnel caught fire last saturday morning from the Sparks from a passing engine. De spit the efforts made to extinguish it the fire is still raging the vein Coal through which the Tunnel passes having become ignited. The probability is that the Tunnel will be a total wreck a. Of the unquenchable fire in the the company will Likely be Joshua Leggett aged 78, a prominent and wealthy Farmer Beaverdam Valley died sunday evening general debility. The deceased was one the Pioneer citizens and was respected by All his neighbors. He reared a Large family children All whom Are respected citizens. Mrs. John l. Kennedy this City is one his daughters. Or. Leggett was devoted to his children having aided All them financially and still had a neat Fortune left. The funeral took place tuesday afternoon. Peace to the soul this grand old Man. The greatest difficulty we have with the Silver question is to get As Many Silver dollars As our needs require. We have come to the conclusion that the 60 cent Silver Dollar is very highly prize for we have been trying to get a few Back subscription but with Small Success. We shall be pleased to make our office a dumping place for Silver for next 30 Days and give credit at Par for every Dollar that May be dumped upon us. Come with your Silver. We will do our Bast to Cut Down the surplus Silver a the country. A free port press. The annual meeting the woman a foreign missionary society the new Philadelphia District m. E. Church was held at new Athens saturday Aud sunday August i9th and 20th, with a Good attendance. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year Cor. Sec a mrs. R. S. Strahl assistant mrs d. A. Pierce recording Sec a mrs. J. S. Hollingshead treasurer mrs Emma j. Fouts. Representative to Branch meeting at Cambridge in october mrs. Sade wagers and mrs w. A. Welch. The next meeting will be held at Freeport in August 1894.�?Dennison paragraph. The convention sub District no. 6, new Philadelphia District Epworth league was held at Gnadenhutten wednesday last. The programme exercises was quite interesting and the meeting proved a very profitable one throughout. Papers were presented by Bert. Wright Dennison Rev. J. S. Hollingshead Deersville misses Maggie and Ruth Hoffman new Philadelphia and others. The discussions question Box,&c., were interesting features the convention. In the afternoon a picnic was held at which addresses were delivered by Hon. D. A. Lambright Rev. T. A Taylor and Rev. . paragraph. Worlds columbian exposition sex Over Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway mondays each week at half fare. Commencing monday sept. 4, and continuing every monday during the month september the Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway will sell excursion tickets from All stations to Chicago and return at one fare for the round trip tickets limited to ten Days. Children Between 5 and 12 years age half excursion rates. I n addition to mondays wednesday september 13th, will be a general excursion Day for All desiring to be present at the exposition Ohio Day thursday september 14th. Monday sept. 4th, monday sept. 11th, wednesday sept. 13th, monday sept. 18th, monday sept. 25th, excursion tickets and further information can be obtained from any agent the Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway p. J. Hines. Travelling passenger agent Toledo Ohio. A. G. Blair Gen. Manager. James m. Hall Gen. Pass. At. Toledo Ohio. 37-3 the Pittsburg gazettes Paris Corres portent under Date the 3d ult., says a tax it fellow was guillotined Here a Fevo Days after our arrival. According to custom his head and body were Given Over to the surgeons for the a advancement a novel Experiment was tried with the head and nth a very interesting result. They injected into his arteries fresh arterial blood taken from a dog and shortly afterwards the head gave unmistakable signs life. The color returned to the Cheeks and lips the eyes opened brightly and gazed upon those around the lips moved As if attempting vainly to speak and the entire face bore the semblance to Active life. As soon As the operator ceased to inject the life blood the dog the appearance death rapidly succeeded. It was earnestly held by eminent surgical gentlemen in attendance that during the operation the brain was in full and natural action and that the lips tried to utter the last thought which found resting place in the mind the condemned. The Experiment will Lead to others similar nature which we shall advise you in due season. Doubly afflicted. Are the wife and children . Hugh Kelly. Last wednesday . Kelly a citizen and Farmer living near town the new Cumberland Road came to town with a Load potatoes and when near Home he was stricken with paralysis tailing from the seat the Wagon heavily to the ground receiving injuries that doubtless led to his death. About 7 clock sunday morning he died and at half past eleven when the family and relatives were about to sit Down to dinner the House took fire from the Kitchen flue and All consumed except a Small por the furniture. The Corpse was carried to the House Isaac Collins. Funeral was held monday. Deceased was a member co. A 51st V. I. He leaves a wite and three grown sons the loss by fire Falls heavily the friends As there was no insurance. While in Uhrichsville last saturday we met that big hearted German we. Krupp who seems to be a Friend to All newspapers As he subscribes for nearly All his county papers. Or. K., runs a Large wholesale liquor store and is a Square Man to Deal with. Washington letter. From our regular correspondent. Run Down by an engine. Levi Petty a hardware merchant Tippecanoe Harrison county was run Down by an engine the c. L. Amp w. Railroad a Short distance above that place saturday afternoon. Or. P., started to walk to a funeral near town and took the Railroad track for his route and while crossing a Bridge was run Over and killed. When he saw the engine coming he started to run across and had nearly crossed when he became rattled at the approach the engine when he stopped and turned facing it which threw him a distance 60 feet killing him. Had tie ran he would have crossed Over in time to escape. Signs the times. Watch for these things for they Are advancing with heavy strides the elizabethan Ruff the shawl. The Chignone. The Spriggel Muslin. The Patch. The Over skirt. The accordion Plait. Frills and flounces. The delicate girl Wiio languishes and faints and belongs to these articles attire. And these things Are going the tailor made gown. The train. Plain and heavy fabrics. Black shoes. And the tailor Reade athletic girl who has been wearing these new York w id. Just landed. A comedy attraction up to Date will appear at the opera House wednesday evening september 13th. Lovers comedy will make no mistake in attending this attraction As it is one Ezra Kendall a companies and this alone is a Strong guarantee its being a first class company. Tickets will be Sale at Halls jewelery store sep. 9. Prices 50, 35 and 25c. Port Washington. The future parties. Congressman Ohio Day. For Ohio Day at the worlds fair september 14th, the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad co., will sell round trip excursion tickets Good going september 13th, and will be Good to return up to and including september 22ncl. Tickets Good going and returning in Day coaches Only. One fare for the round trip. Be Terry 37-3 Gen. Fret and pass. At. The port Washington Union schools begin to Day monday. We Hope the scholars and teachers have had an enjoyable vacation and Trust they will enter upon the present school term with a determination to make marked pro Gress in their work. Miss Eva Porter daughter Hon. H h. Porter now new Philadelphia arrived Here saturday. She will teach the grammar department our school. Everybody seems to be pleased with our new postmaster h. Stoffer. L. 8. Sargent Newcomerstown was in port Friday. Geo. Fidler and capt. Slade left today for Indianapolis to attend the Twenty seventh National Encampment the g. A. R. Frank Stoffer lately Canton is visiting his parents for a Short time. R. N. Hill and wife Dennison spent sunday with relations. William Gould Gus. Lamneck and Harvey Eckfield started for the worlds fair sunday. John Nargney and wife and her sister miss Jennie Fidler left saturday for Chicago to visit relatives and friends and see the exposition. Mrs. William Riley is visiting her Sisters 111 Chadron neb. She will stay several months and return with her son Charles who has been out West among relatives for some weeks. George Nugen after eight weeks illness typhoid fever is reported better this morning we Hope he will soon be out again. Mrs. Adam Stocker is not expected to live at this writing lung trouble the cause. Miss Lillie Neidlinger after several weeks stay at Millersburg o., returned to this place last saturday. We Are sorry to report to the readers the times the sad Accident which befell Little Ikey Steward thursday evening who it a said is somewhat infatuated. He was returning to his Home in Glasgow late in the eyeing. Having been sent to town by his Mother lost his Way. He was found the next morning near the Mcgeary Man Sion bruised and bleeding. He said he slept in a wheat Shock but it is thought he wandered about All night. Washington d. C., sept 2, 1893. President Cleveland in accordance with the announcement made when he left Washington just after the extra session met is Back at his desk in the White House and his appearance is the beet refutation the Many silly sensational stories that have been published within the last week about the dangerous condition he was in. He probably never dreamed when he was having those two troublesome Teeth extracted and their ulcerated roots Cut out two months ago that it would by and by grow into an operation in which the greater portion his Jawbone would in the mind the sensational writer have to be away in order to Remote the terrible cancer growth. In Short it was but another version the familiar old Story the Man who vomited three Black crows. President Cleveland is not sick and he has not been sick since he left Washington. In fact there were few Days while he was away that he did not perform some his Public duties As the records in the office his private Secretary will show. The passage the Bill for the in. Conditional repeal the purchasing clause the Sherman Silver Law by the House has focussed pubic attention upon the Striate where financial speeches Are now the order the Day. How Long the Senate will talk before voting is a question that will be answered differently by nine out Evey ten men in Washington. Two weeks is the shortest time Given by anyone and the longest goes away up in the months. An agreement some sort will have to be reached before a vote can be taken and the Silver senators declare they will make no agreement unless the Vorhees Bill which has been reported As a substitute for the Wilson Bill that was passed by the House is amended in a Maner satisfactory to them. The democratic readers however Are confident that an agreement will shortly be reached. Procrastination May be the their time As the old school adage says but it Isnit getting a Chance to steal much it from the House ways and Means committee which has buckled right Down to the Tariff Bill at the extra session very Early in the regular session. While the committee is not disposed to encourage Long drawn out hearings every Tom Dick and Harry who May think themselves Tariff experts it will Grant proper hearings to All parties who by reason their prominence in lines business that May be affected by a change in the Tariff have reasonable right to be heard. The hearings will begin monday and september 20. Speaker Crisp did a very unusual Al though not unprecedented thing when he called representative Richardson Tennessee to the speakers chair and descended to the floor the House to reply to the unjust and uncalled for at ack which sex speaker Reed made upon the new rules the House. Or. Reed was surprised and before the speaker got through disgusted to find himself justly held up to the scorn the House and the country for haying falsely claimed that the new rules were in the line the notorious rules with which he gagged the House the fifty first Congress. It is not the first time that . Crisp has proven himself More than a match for the Maine blustered and it will not be the last. The difference be tween the new rules the House and the notorious Reed rules is precisely that Between the government the United states and the government russian the new rules put the authority for shutting off debate in the hands the majority the House where it alone belongs Aud the Reed rules put it into the hand Reeed making him More an autocrat than would be Tol. Rated in any legislative body the world. It is queer How some things work. It is now said that col. Charles p. Lincoln who was Deputy pension commissioner under Raum and who has lately gained some notoriety by publicly announcing his intention to test in the courts the right the com missioner pensions to suspend pensioners except id cases where fraud is proven to have been used in securing the pension got the scheme up for 110 other purpose than to Boom his candidacy for commander in chief the g. A. R. At the coming encamp ment that organization at Indian Apolis. It is regarded As significant that speaker Crisp should have attached a if i am in Washington that Date to his acceptance an invitation to Deli a Short address at the Centennial Cele bration the laying the Corner Stone the Capitol to be held the 18th september. It is taken to mean that the speaker thinks the extra session May adjourn before that Date and consequently that the Senate will be prompt in acting the Vorhees Bill. From Boston Herald. The warning Bland Missouri that the democratic party is in danger being divided sounds More familiar than formidable. Such division has often Beed threatened never achieved. It not an easy thing to Divide a great party. The Republican party has held Well together under several severe trials the democratic party possesses a vitality that nothing has Ever been Able to impair. It survived even the War the rebellion. It is a fact Tubac can hardly fail to be noted by the careful observer our history that All the bad movements in politics which affect the old parties eventually Benefit the democratic party. In the secession from the democratic and the Republican parties in View new issues the the democrats gain when parties resume their Normal attitude after the Breeze has blown Over. We see this in our own state now. It is not Many years ago since there were four democratic governors Western states this Side the Mississippi All whom had come out the Republican party. No party in the country has held its vitality As has the democratic party. It is Idle in View its history to predict its destruction. We see no reason to doubt that this party will weather its present season trial and the chances Are that it will come out this trial less damaged than its opponent. It takes a pretty Good shoe to stand that sort thing does no to it yet baby thinks that Waterproof shoes purchased e. R. Parmelee never leak. Many older people think the same thing. Buy a pair and see what you think. $1.00 buys a pretty Good one at e. I. Melee s shoe store 116 East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. The party is in Power at a period financial crisis when Many men Are out work and Are disposed to blame the government that this is so next year Tho country will elect the popular Branch Congress. What is the Prospect Here the precedents Are almost uniform against the Success the party in Power looking Back for the last fifty years but president Cleveland broke Over them in his first administration and we think his party will be Able to do it again. The republicans Are laying a Good foundation for his sue Cess. They did it in the beginning by declaring their purpose to adhere to the doctrine High Protection a doctrine that has brought them two transfers real estate. General real estate and insurance office. Mesday last stomach trouble at i Coal. Blakes Mills. Was Bora in Wurtem obliged to again resort to the process Burg Switzerland and was aged 61 going Over the Hill a a which will she leaves 7 children All grown up to lengthen the time Between newcomers Man and womanhood to mourn her i town and Cambridge nearly an hour to loss. Funeral was held Friday Rev. Say nothing the additional Hazard rust officiating i and paragraph. If you need Good fire life Accident insurance want to buy sell real estate have any notary work to do give me a Call. Office opposite m. E. Church Corner West High and fifth St., new Philadelphia Ohio. Jacob Degreif notary Public and Ini. At. Fiat. Here Are a few the things that hot water will do. A cup taken half an hour before breakfast will regulate the digestion. A hot foot Bath will cure a nervous headache. Hot water the Back the neck and shoulders will cure the weariness caused by a Days sedentary work. A hot Bath before bedtime will banish insomnia. Hot water applications will remove the pain and prevent the discoloration bruises and blows. Immersion in hot water is the Best thing for run rounds and . We wish to Call careful attention to the and. Of the Ohio chemical co., appearing in this Issue the times read carefully and profit by what it says. Nice Rains we have had. Pasture is very Short some Farmers feeding Corn fodder. The Fiat band was at the grangers picnic last saturday and report a Jubi Lant time. There Are no flies the Fiat band. The Baltic band boys Are going to Chili next saturday to furnish music for the some parties Are at Baltic catching turtles they bring them by the barrel. The greatest attraction at present is at . Rigby a the american Coffee Bush attracts everybody a attention. Or. Rigby claims we can raise genuine Coffee Here. Everybody seems Well pleased with Cleveland a administration except a few republicans. Where is the Peoples party at ? Why they have found out that the democratic party is just what they want fruit is Searce and High in Price. The times seems to get its share subscribers and also lots advertising. The reason is because it is the Best. F. I. At the times and Farmers Friend $1, per year. Of the most memorable defeats 111 succession known in our history in the Choice a Congress. This alone is a very Strong Point in democratic favor. It is increased by Republican policy in View the present financial crisis. The republicans have thought that they found a Point in attributing it to the expected Tariff changes. This May and probably will Aid them somewhat for a Brief period hut How is it Likely to operate next year the democrats will probably pass a Tariff Aud have it in operation before the election 1894. It is not to be anticipated that the financial depression will continue another year. There is Alto it Likely to be a revival in business by that time. When it comes it will be coincident with the coming tin new Tariff. The republicans have been telling the people that business depends upon the Tariff. I11 so doing the chances Are Strong that they have put a weapon into the hands their opponents. The democrats will inevitably say that their Tariff has made improved business am they will he fully As Likely to he believed As the republicans Are now in the position that the fear it has depressed business. A a a tis the sport to have the engine r hoist with his own but even if Prosperity does come so Early the democrats Art fairly sure the control the legislation for the next four years. They have in the present Cong res a clean majority in favor a Reform the Tariff. The 1,500,000 majority against the Republican party in the country is All a majority for the repeal the Mckinley Tariff and the substitution a Liberal policy in its place. A Tariff Bill will be passed next year if not earlier and it will be a Bill that cannot he repealed for at least three years succeeding. Grover Cleveland with his veto Power in the White House will be a Rock against that even if the republicans should carry the next Congress. We shall have a new Tariff and then the argument the republicans that business demands that there shall not he frequent Tariff changes will be another argument to turn against them. There is no reason whatever to doubt that the country will Prosper under this Tariff and the wildest croaker about hard times will not claim that they Are Likely to continue four years in the future. The rally into Prosperity will come under a democratic administration and under a Reform Tariff. It will not be All owing to the Tariff but the republicans have been teaching the people to look to the Tariff As the chief cause it. The democratic prospects for the future after the present flurry has passed Are very Bright and their political opponents have Given not a Little Aid in making them so. Mary a. Williams to e. A. Williams lot 1, new Philadelphia $1000. E. S. And Eliza a. Slingluff to email Uel Miller lot 13, Dover $225. O. D. Grimes to Sarah j. Andrews to 4, new Philadelphia $250. Sophia Rinner to Samuel Side 10 acres Dover $725. J. I it. And j. Scott to we Korns acre Goshen $100. 11. H. Gundy to Daniel Dessecker 50 acres Fairfield $2036. Perry c. Ivna sely to we. A. , 2 acres Goshen $350. T. A. Latto to j. Ii. Plotts 40-100 acres Rush $1000. J. S. Yoder to eve Smith lot 11, a Shanesville $95. Eve Smith to j. S. Yoder lot 1, e Shanesville $95. Alfred Davis to Edward b. Bailey to 122, Mineral $250. A. J. Onstine to Mary m. Marlatt lot 32, Newcomerstown $150. S. L. Mccurdy to the Dennison mfg. Co., parts Loti and 2, Dennison $700. G. W. Mulvane 0 a. Beers it \ acre Newcomerstown $1. G. A. Garver to Jessee Eyster lot 1> Strasburg $150. John Eckert to s. F. Switzer 3 17-100 acres Goshen $2200. W. A. to Orson Lusk 2 acres Goshen $500. D. Grimes to Frederick Starn lots 46, 87, 88, 89 and 83-100 acres new Phil. And ,$1300. Of Frederick Starn to c. I. Or pres lot 15f Ragersville $1200. D. Grimes to Michael Leuthold to 9, new Philadelphia $225. E. S. Slingluff Alzuma e. Parcell to 10, Dover $200. A. Beers it. Al., to Jehu Peck lot 4, Newcomerstown $200. A. Beers it. A to g. W. Mulvane 1 it lots 20 and 22, Newcomerstown $1. A. Beers it. Al., to r. Neighbor lot 19, Newcomerstown $200. I. N. Deardorff to Leonard Smith lot 3, Dover $200. S. Tschudy it. A to John Taylor 68-100 acres Gnadenhutten $100. Sherif we. Adams to Mary Freden Bur 29 acres Mill $875. L. L. Carpenter to f. A. Mazurie lot 4 part 3, Dennison $1100. Lewis Gossage to g. It. Garver it. A lots Strasburg $145. Eagle s nest. Not this Fet Roug attraction comes to the opera House Friday evening sep. 8, with the Able support the Edwin Al Den company this is the second sea Eonis direction the play by . William a. Edwards the popular new York manager who has handsomely framed the piece with entirely new scenery and stage effects expressly painted and designed for it. The plot eagles nest is unique in its Way a a Western Story Strong As it can Well he in profound interest never touching upon the impossible As is too frequently the Case with such dramas but full life Romance that might enter into lives men and women in the heart new York. Jack trails Devotion to the memory his old Mother is so Beautiful in its realism that nothing could be purer. The boy laying a Wreath his mothers grave is a prayer in its Ideal thought sacred impressiveness. It cannot be excelled a capital Back ground to All this is the g grotesque fun made by Disney an interesting lawyer and Sierra suze a woman the mining Camps a heroine in the rough with a heart a was big As All out doors. Marriage permits. L. Wilson and Lillie m. And Nettie Wor Algernon Sells. John a Carruthers Ley. John f. Booth and Flora Meredith. William Bower and Ida Whitehair. James l. Shawver and Anna m. Han Fekrat Thomas l. Groves and Maranda Clantz. Chas. Harbolt and Rosa Moore. A Summit county Man lately came distrustful the Banks and Drew out $2,200,which he put in a bed tick. He did no to Tell his wife being also distrustful her and when she burned the Straw after renewing the tick filling the $2,200 went up like smoke. A Index

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