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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 6, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. Now that the Tariff matter is settled and business booming try our ads. Volume in. New Philadelphia Ohio thursday september 6, 1894. Number 37. Democratic ticket. For auditor Edgar a. Walter Goshen township. For county commissioner Adam Stock he Salem township. For infirmary director George Crater. Dover township. For Coroner Joseph 11. Hostetler Dover township. For Congress. James a. I. Richards. Tuscarawas county. For circuit court judge s. Hunter Licking county. Qom tonal comment. When you vote this fall be a Democrat. Republicans and pops Are casting Wistful eyes for democratic votes. The Republican journals Are sadly forced to admit that business is improving rapidly. More than one politician the Republican Stripe in this county is lying in wait with a a huge knife hid up his coat sleeve watching and rating. Local melange. The dirty guerrilla warfare tactics now being indulged in by some the Republican papers in this county will rebound later . Fight Square and honorable. Every Man company corporation is taxed under the new Tariff Law All incomes Over $4,000 per annul. There is not much danger the internal Revenue collector bothering the country newspapers hence we Are sad. By careful investigation and tally kept by both Bradstreet and Dunn a commercial agencies 85 per cent failures in business were men who failed to advertise. This is a matter to Ponder upon for those who Are not believers in advertising. We notice some the Cadiz papers still running the a Pond Lilly fraud and. The medicines Are As big a fraud As the concern that does the advertising. We speak from experience. We have an account against them and they wont set let Only in pills when Cash was the contract. There will be some pretty loud squealing and any amount squirming done when a number corporations doing business under company titles have their individuality exposed to the admiring Public. A state officer has been appointed to look after these concerns and make them come up to the letter the Law. Judge Cooley made a Home thrust when in speaking the March Coxey a army he said that the tolerance the communities through which the army passed was More astonishing and demoralizing than the vagrant demonstration in itself. As soon As the authorities vested with the execution the Laws showed any disposition to put them in Force Coxe ism went into decline and Public contempt. Rapid there is no doubt but that the reduction the Tariff will greatly Benefit the masses the people by Way cheaper clothing. If the time that was spent uselessly in the Senate had been spent in restoring Silver to the place it belongs it would have been an additional Blessing to a Long suffering people. The people now demand free coinage Silver a Safe basis and woe to the legislators who wiil deny Labouring classes equal rights with the Gold bugs. The City Mansfield passed an ordinance to prohibit travelling non resident physicians from practising in the City without paying a License. Last week . Ottman Columbus visited the City As usual and is testing the legality the ordinance. The Plain dealer is off when it says he was arrested. Or. Ottman notified the mayor that he was going to test it and the mayor arranged to file complaint and the doctor appeared and continued the Case for trial the Law. Senator Price has now through his interviewers assured the country forty three times that his arduous labors have been directed to the end securing the formation a Tariff Bill that would command the votes forty three senators but he has carefully withheld the fact that he was himself one the handful senators that Are standing obstinately in the Way such a Bill. Or. Brice stands no better Chance being returned to the Senate than a Rich Man does for admission into the kingdom dem examiner Mckinly who wants to be the next president is busily engaged in attending reunions and makes him ridiculous by getting off the same demagogic Al tomfoolery about the cause business depression that is used and harped upon every Day by the seven by nine Cross Road poli Cian and wind bag newspapers which is that the election a democratic president destroyed Confidence from the fact the platform upon which he w As elected proposed Tariff Reform. Upon that Plank More than any other . Cleveland was elected president the United states and it is sheer nonsense for Mckinly and his followers to claim that the better level headed and thinking classes have lost Confidence in tie party its measures. The proposition is too ridiculous to discuss. The mis takes a few7 should not be made the Buffet the whole party. The Republican party is steadily losing its Campaign Thunder and will resort to the low7est Depths chicanery to gain a Point. That has been fully demonstrated right Here in Tuscarawas county against the democratic candidates now before the people the Republican party claim Honor and fairness in its dealing but its mouthpieces wander aw7ay into guerrilla w7arfare that become disgusting doing More harm than Good. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Oyster season now7 . Bring us your Job printing. Job printing at the times office. Keep the Street fair your mind h. A. the woodworker. C. Mccoy Coshocton was in this city7 Sabbath. Of Charlie Mcllvain wont to Cleveland tuesday. John Schock went to Columbus tuesday business. The Board commissioners wore in session monday and tuesday7. Miss Emma Dearborn leaves for Chicago this week to visit her Brothers. Fred Dearborn wife and two children Are guests relatives in this City. A Catfish weighing 54 pounds was caught in the River near Here last week. Mrs. A. Meyers has gone to Cleveland for a two weeks visit with friends. Mrs. J. W. Mccombs leaves this week to visit a sister . Mccombs at Bellevue Ohio. M issues Nano Boothe and Gertrude Spence visited mrs. Geo. Macaw Dennison Friday. Send for catalogue Franklin College. New7 Athens and read its rates and record. Free trial Rishforth a Rose Cream at Springs store. 36-tf miss Melissa Moore Deersville visited her brother the editor the times a few Days last w7eek. Or. Dearborn and daughter returned from a six weeks visit with friends in Boston and Cleveland. Or. E. Arnold and w7ife, Massillon wore guests their parents . Of Donnell and wife the past week. Mrs. J. T. Emerson w ill attend the reunion the love family at new7 Athens this week. The Christian Endeavor picnic w ill be held at springers Grove saturday7, september 8. Mrs. Mina Meyer Roscoe and mrs. Carrie Bigler Are guests their brother . F. Gentsch this city7. Look out for hummels Oil and gasoline modern delivery Wagon. 33tf . Ager has returned to this city7 after an absence seven weeks enjoying Home comforts at new7 rum-ley7, Ohio. By7 postal from n. C. Beachy7, the Spicer mfg. Co. W7e learn that he is at Des Moines Iowa. He reports All Well. The 34th annual fair w7ill be held at Smyrna sep. 11, 12, and 13, 1894. This fair has always kept Pace with All the others in Eastern Ohio. Mrs. E. H. Eckert and tw7o children left wednesday morning to spend a month w Ith relatives in Tuscarawas county7.�? Coshocton Standard. Send for a fair catalogue see list premiums offered and be prepared to make y7our entries for the Dover fair to be held sep. 18, 19, 20 and 21st 1894. 36-3 some one ought to Side track that old Chesnut to has seen its Day. Shelve it and give the Public something fresh and new7. The game Ball betw7een the Iron and steel w7orks this place and the Reeves Iron co. Of Dover labor Day resulted in a Victory for the latter�?25 to 23. If you w7ant flooring siding ceiling sawing any kind w7ood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East Ray Street. 15tf the epw7orthjueaifue 01dtowrn valley7 w7ill give a Box social at the m. E. Church saturday7 evening sept. 15, 1894. All Are cordially invited to attend. The Sun for the past w7eek, owing to the density smoke and dust has All the Dull Reddish appearance Indian summer. It is unusual for this season the year. Go to P. Davis at Tracy o., for Home made tin fruit cans at Low est prices. Also for miners powder at $1.35 per Keg. Groceries All kinds at low7est prices. A 37-2 mrs. J. L. Mcllvain wife the editor the Tuscarawas advocate with her daughter Mary have been the guests mrs. W. G. Shotw7eli for the past Sentinel. The populists held a picnic and political meeting at Rock in Rush township saturday7. The meeting was addressed by7 Eli Bender j. A. Hostetler a. F. Loyd and Joseph j unkind. Quite a owl w As present and a Good time is reported. The Dover fair is a Vays one the Best in Eastern Ohio and will be up to the Standard this fall. Take a Day Leisure and see w hat Muscara Wras can produce. September 18, 19, 20 and 21st. 36-3 Hon. J. A. D. Richards came from Washington saturday night to superintend his Campaign for re election to Congress. An Impromptu reception was Given him at the Sherman House. The great Eastern band furnished some excellent music for the occasion. The Mill property at Blakes Mills known As the junking a Mill was sold at sheriffs Sale saturday and was bid in by7 a. Bates one the creditors for $4,001. Two three years ago Joseph j unkind amp son put in $17,000 in that property. E. Bailey p. S. Olmstead judge Stephenson de Douthitt j. S. Graham judge Barnhill and w7ent As delegates to the Republican judicial convention at Zanesville tuesday. They7 w ill do All in their pow7er to nominate t. I. Heal Uhrichsville w to has the endorsement tuscan Vas county. Messes Frank Spratlin and his father-in-law7, j. L. Kennedy have purchased the grocery7 store s. S. Urfer and Are already in Possession. We Are glad . Spratlin has concluded to remain with us instead Rajie weather was Fine and everyone returning to 1 Pueblo. Seemed to enjoy7 themselves. With a John h. Kinsey dry goods Meir few exceptions All were sober but labor Day As celebrated at the Dover fair grounds monday. Labor Day was observed at the Dover fair grounds last monday. Chant left for new7 York monday to Purchase a Large Stock fall and Winter goods. Fie will spend considerable time in selecting bargains and w ill Endeavor to select the finest line dress goods Ever brought to the town. Look out soon for a Fine display7 rare bargains. It to Ftp dw7 til Ling known As the thifs. Moore property was sold at administrators Sale saturday7. Lyman Hardman clerk court w7as the purchaser for $3, xxx. He evidently got a great bargain. The property is w7ell located and the lot is 66x264 it with Good buildings. Sheriff Adams has offered a Reward for a fat Man that can beat the record made by the one w7ho carried the bicycle his shoulder while escaping from the prize fight last thursday night near Uhrichsville. It is said that some the attendants Are still running. The Zeltman farm lying about % mile above Strasburg w7as sold at partition Sale saturday at $82 per a. The farm consisted 124 acres and has the widows Dower in it. That w7as a very7 Good Sale considering the depression business. It is a first class farm and was bought by7 one the heirs. Write to H. Streb canal Dover for your fair catalogue and see the Liberal offer in premiums All classes Stock. Done to fail to come and bring something. Remember the Date september 18th to 21st inclusive. 36-31 the woman a foreign missionary society7 the new7 Philadelphia District m. E. Church held its annual meeting at Freeport August 25th and 26th. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year District secretary7, . Mary f. Lemmon Cadiz asset sec�?Ty7, mrs. T. W. Lane Uhrichsville recording secretary7, mrs. J. S. Hollings head Deersville treasurer mrs. Emma Fouts new7 Philadelphia. Mrs. Steinbaugh wife Edward Steinbaugh Blakes Mills died Friday night last peritonitis. She w7as buried sunday at East fair Street cemetry7. She had been ill but a Short time and her death w7as i her Many friends. And indulgent w Ife and Mother and leaves a husband ind 5 children. Or. Steinbaugh has the kind wishes All in this his greatest bereavement. A Good minstrel troop. I Henry a minstrels which gave the initial performance at the opening the theatrical season �?T93 and 94 at canal Dover w7as above the average minstrel and stamped it As one the Best the Road. The company is a thorough one in fact Complete in every department show ing that . Henry7 has not lost any his old time prestige As a manager. The program was an excellent one throughout and could not be excelled by any company now travelling. Unexpected to she was a Good weather probabilities. Foster the weather Prophet says september will be a very warm month with no killing frosts except in the extreme North where Light frosts May occur from the 29th August in the far nor invest to september 3d in the far Northeast. During the last Days september and the 1st and 2d october frosts will do some damage in the extreme Northern portions the United states. September will also be a dry month As an average Over the United states and Canada. Locally the rainfall will increase in Many the drouth districts and decrease where Rains have been plentiful. Winter will probably come in late and a Long warm period fall weather w7ith an unusually Beautiful Indian summer May be expected. Such occasions there Are always a few7 who succeed in making fools themselves before the Public. The committee dancing Morris Morgan Fleet Pitt Arney and to Welsh did their Best to make the dancers have a Good time. A stage w As erected and dancing w7as continued during the day7 and under electric Light by7 night. A big crow7d w7as present at night and everything passed off quietly7. Quite a number took their dinner the ground and made a regular picnic it. At about 2 clock the regular exercises began and if the writer does not give the right names have the contests in their regular order it is no fault his for there seemed to be no head system to the management the program. I t was a cum ble from beginning to end and the crowd grew weary and impatient and Many left before the exercises were Over. But probably the officers did the Best they7 could since they had no one to announce the contests As they7 came in order but still All passed off fairly Well. The first thing called was the mile bicycle race. Five started. Harry grew Harry Knisely second. Three started in the girls % mile bicycle race a Clara Horn Bertha Buerkel and Tillie Bernhard and w7as w by7 Tillie Bernhard after a hard struggle Clara Horn second Bertha third. The boy7�?Ts foot race w7as won by7 Bert Cline Dan Jones second. There were five to Start in the bicycle race for boys. Clio deafen Baeher this city7, 1st Hugo Bern hard 2nd and Harry Hamer 3rd. The 100-Yard foot race for men was exciting for some the a a profess a w Ere hand and done up the boys. It Wras run in heats with Mathias Gipes and Hewlett in the first and Shafer Williams and Geisinger in the second. Hewett w7on in the first and Williams in the second and in the final �?osaw7 off Quot Williams led for three fourths the w ay7 then he let hew7ett pass while a Broad smile overspread his countenance. After the finish the cry7 a a fake was raised but no Good the a a ringers a had a scooped a the crowd and that settled it. The mule race w As won by7 Jacob horns mule. The lat Many a race was won by7 cassidy7 henry7 Jones second. The 75-y Ard foot race for girls had four to Start misses Steiver Dunlap Horn and King. Miss Horn won Dunlap second Stever third King fourth. The sacks and spoons w Ere taken from the judges stand and so the sack race was turned into a 100-Yard foot race w hich w As w by7 Geisinger Lee second. The tug w a Between 8 puddles and 8 Sheet Mill men was contested twice and won each time by7 the Sheet Mill men. The 3-legged race was won by7 Davis and Lacey Kennedy and Gil Huly second Shivers and Morgan third. The game Ball was Between the puddles and finishers. The puddles had the Best the game from the Start As the following score w ill show Puddlers-0 7 0 0 0 0 5 3 1�?16 finish�?Trs-0 1 0 0 5 0 i 0 2�?8 it is to be hoped that things will be arranged a Little better at next years meeting. A committee 3 4 can do better w Ork than one a dozen. The program should be carried out according to previous arrangement and not changed. Following at the obituary. The times had made a Brief mention the deceased some Days ago but w e publish the request friends b. F. Glass died at Cleveland o., at the Home his sister mrs. John Ratigan the 18th day7 August 1894. His body7 was brought to this City the following monday to the residence his father John Glass. He w7as buried tuesday at Brandy write. The deceased Wras aged 52 y7ears, 2 months and 13 day7s. A he died cancer the stomach hence a lingering illness. He bore his suffering with great patience and Christian fortitude and in Triumph passed Over the mysterious River to rest eternal with the Angels god. He Wras a Dutiful son and a kind and affectionate brother Ever in sympathy with those w to were in trouble As he himself had drained the bitter cup sorrow. But How sweetly he sleeps the last sleep push Back the Damp locks from his Temple that will never ache again fold the hands Over the still heart for they7 will never toil again close gently the Loving eyes they will never w7eep again the funeral services w7ere conducted by Rev. Kiles Beach City Wiio preached from the text hebrew s i 16. Correspondence. Persons w7ho buy Ole Margarine and think they7 Are buying butter can detect the difference by the following test butter when put in a hot pan will Brown and become Crisp while a a Oleo will remain Clear and have a White scum the top. It matters not how7 hot the pan is you can not Brown Ole Margarine. A Good officials retired. On monday this w7eek, c. C. Forney treasurer and Ambrose Bow ers Deputy stepped Down and out office it being the expiration two terms. Or. Hostetler the successor was duly installed in office with u. G. Hostetler As Deputy. Tuscarawas county has had Many popular treasurers and we do not detract from their Good name when w7e say that . Forney with his popular Deputy has Given us one the most satisfactory administrations we have had. Or. Forney has taken special pains to w7ait the patrons the office quickly7 and courteously and All w7ere treated alike. He has extended All the Courtesy to tax payers that law7 and honesty7 would permit. None could ask More. He turns Over the office to his successor cent that belongs to the people. His books and accounts and everything were strictly straight. He and . Bowers each go out office with the Best wishes All the people regardless party and As a Democrat w7e feel that they7 have reflected credit upon the party. May their future be one Prosperity is our wish. The successors Are courteous gentlemen and will fill the office like unto their predecessors. New pleas court. John nagely amp son is Elijah s. Leggett it Al. Foreclosure mortgage. Jacob Wright is the United electric co. Action for damages. Nancy7 Bell is Kate lower it Al. Equitable Relief prayed for. John nagely amp son is John Herron. Foreclosure mechanics lien.1 Samuel Schlup is the new7 Phila. Wire and Nail company. Action for money7. Robert j. Lyle is David Hite it Al. Foreclosure mortgage prayed for. Robert f. Baxter is Ada Mcdowell it Al. Action for Money. George m. Dellinger is Joseph Wize. Damages claimed in the sum $6,000 for slander. Done to fail to see the display Rishforth a Rose Cream and Rishforth a complexion soap at Spring Bros. Amp Holzworth. 36-tf fatal Accident. Our citizens were the oven into a state excitement sunday afternoon when it was Learned that Geo. A. Dunmire had met a tragic death by being thrown from a buggy breaking his neck. He in company7 with Charles Weber started for the River in a buggy about 2 clock and when about a mile below7 tow7n they attempted to turn a Short curve a Steep Grade Down into the River valley7 at the Fribley gardens but failed to make the turn safely7 As they were driving fast thus horse buggy and All w7ent plunging Over the embankment. Weber jumped and saved himself. Or. Dunmire was thrown head Foremost against a stump breaking his neck. He w As a Large fleshy7 Man aged about 30 years and a Good companionable fellow7. He was with a shirt House in Mansfield for several years manufacturing afterwards travelled for a Columbus House. A few7 months ago he started a factory in new7 Phil a and had established a Good Trade. About 5 y7ears ago he w7as married to Emma Shriver who w Ith a Little son Are left to mourn the untimely departure husband and father. The funeral took place from the Shriver residence East High Street tuesday. No More working in the viney7ard, no More struggling in this life Here i lie with loins All girded ready7 for my upward flight. 8w7eetly Over my fainting spirit peace from heaven seems to flow. Seek no longer to detain me Loose the Cable let me go. Holy Angels round me hover their Light forms i almost see Golden Harp and Crown immortal they Are holding out to me. Endless joy7s, eternal pleasure 80011 011 me they will bestow from their presence do not keep me Loose the Cable let me go. When so near the holy City even at its Pearly Gate while its songs Are wafted to me would y7ou have me longer w7ait? the Joy that fills this moment the happiness i know seek 110 longer to detain me Loose the Cable let me go. Rosanna Steinbaugh Wras born in Lenz Igen Canton Switzerland March 29, 1850, and five y7ears later came to America and settled in Tuscarawas county7. She was a daughter a family7 twelve children four girls and eight boys which two Sisters and five Brothers Are still living. Her Maiden name w As Affolter. She was United in marriage to Frederick Graff in March 1868. To them were born two daughters and one son. On january 12, 1874, the husband died. Mrs. Graff remained a widow for three years when she was United in marriage to Edward Steinbaugh and to them w7ere born two daughters and one son. One daughter died in 1881, at the age four years and two months. Mrs. Steinbaugh was baptized and confirmed in the lutheran Church later joined the methodist Church and nine years ago joined the latter Day saints. She was always a faithful Christian woman and took a great interest in Church work. She died september 1, 1894. From a disarrangement the kidneys and liver. The funeral took place from the family7 residence in Blakes Mills sunday afternoon september 2, 1894, at two clock and the services were conducted by Rev. .1. B. Rust this city7. Interment in the East fair Street cemetry7. She a gone her work 011 Earth is done her Battles fought her race is run blessed is the path she trod. For she espoused the glorious cause i11 prompt obedience to the Laws the eternal god. She sleeps her troubles Here Are Over she sleeps w Here earthly ills 110 More will break the slumbers rest her death w ill rest beneath the Sod her spirit has returned to god to mingle with the Blest. The Savior conquered death although it slays our friends and lays them Low clothed in immortal Bloom. When Jesus Christ shall come to reign burst the icy bands in Twain and Triumph Over the Tomb. News gathered by our Busy corps special news gatherers. The twin cities. John Johnson new7 Hagers town w7as Here 011 business sat. Miss Viola Carnaham Dennison is the guest Pittsburgh friends. Miss Lottie Williams Uhrichsville is visiting at new7 Philadelphia. Miss Bertie Covell Kas. Is the guest j. C. Lukens Uhrichsville. Miss Mary Mccullough Deersville is visiting friends in the to in cities. D. C. Peoples Uhrichsville w7as at new Philadelphia tuesday business. De Sultzer Chicago National journal is visiting r. F. Gardner Dennison. Miss Ella Hilliker South water Street is visiting friends in Rush township. Or. J. S. Price and family Lees Ville were the guests Uhrichsville friends last week. H. P. Shiltz Dennison and daughter Annie visited relatives in Conotton sunday. We. Scott Scio visited his daughter-in-law7 mrs. Spiker Uhrichsville last w7eek. Miss Bertha Jones Stillwater was calling Uhrichsville friends thursday last week. A. Gundy Conotton visited Jesse Forsythe Uhrichsville wednesday last week. Miss Oda Parish gave a Tea party7 to Twenty two her lady7 friends last tuesday evening. Mrs. William Rusk Uhrichsville third Street visited friends in Westchester last w7eek. Rev. Taylor Dennison is the guest his sister mrs. Kirk East Springfield Jefferson co. Miss Elva Secrist Uhrichsville has gone to new York to Purchase a fall Stock millinery goods. R. Tipton Lamartine Wras with relatives in North Dennison thursday and Friday last week. Fred Knauss Gnadenhutten has been employed in Bert Wrights grocery store Grant Street Dennison. W. N. Beetham Dennison attended the teachers Institute at new7 Athens last week and has begun to each near Cadiz. Mrs. Lucinda Kirk Flushing who attended the funeral the late William Kirk West Uhrichsville returned Home wednesday. Miss Nora Creager w7ho has been ill for quite a while is improving and and w7as Able to resume w7ork As teacher in school monday. Elsworth Sanders an employee m. A. Cole Uhrichsville returned to his Home in Steubenville. The cause his going being malarial fever. The Pittsburg times say7s a the Busy Man makes his Mark in the volume Trade a so does the w id awake advertising Man increase the volume. Owing to the wreck West end no. 20, w As held until late thursday morning. Seventeen cars containing merchandise were demolished w hich blockaded the track for several hours. We noticed in attendance at the a Madame Neville a play d. R. Philips . Mcguire Norman Overholt will Rennecker and wife and miss Laura Mckee All Bowers town. Charley Wilcoxen Uhrichsville who was summoned to Lexington ky7. 011 a railway Case at law7, arrived Here thursday7. We Are informed that he is going Back in the near future. Two comedians who gave their names As Buckley and random erg Are stopping in Uhrichsville. They came from Hancock co ind. And expect to reach new7 York City by the 15 inst. Or. Israel Hainbaugh and wife w to have been East 011 a pleasure tour and enjoyed such views As the cities Philadelphia new7 York and Atlantic City afford returned Home to Dennison. Miss Allie Hess died consume Ion at 8 clock a. 111. Her age was 21 y7ears, 1 month and 20 Days. Funeral took place Friday at Dennison n.9, Dawson Street. Interment he Union cemetry7. Quite a pleasant evening w As spent at the Home miss Minnie Fox North water Street tuesday even last week in Honor the misses Lottie and May Hardman w to left for the counties capital wednesday the to in cities were Tho losers two games to Martin ferry club while the winners one. Thursday7 game t. C. 9, Martins ferry 4. Fridays Martin ferry 11, twin cities 10, saturdays Martins ferry 14, twin cities 13. Gards the sympathy the to in cities is somewhat divided some favouring the boy7s w7hile others uphold the law7. It is concluded that Tho w Hisky ring upheld the w Hole proceedings. Prosecutor Graham arrived about noon to take charge the states Side the Case. Or. Green appeared for the defendant. Mccullough was arraigned before the justices court and the affidavit charging him w Ith violating Tho statute Ohio by boxing and sparring with one Charley Field in prize ring state etc., Wras read to him. A hearing was then had. Marshal Lamont was sworn and examined. He testified that Between Uhrichsville and Trenton about 10 clock thursday night they discovered lights at a distance which they7 followed until they came to the spot near enough to see the pugilist in the Arena enclosed by7 ropes. They retreated however a few Steps and there watched the proceedings until sheriff Adams ordered the charge. They succeeded in catching five persons Mccullough one fighters a. H. Brown t. J. Of Niel Patsey pleasure and Geo. Mccullough. The testimony7 showed that about 200 were present. Attorney Green offered a plea guilty for his client expecting a Mere nominal Fine which he urged 011 the ground Mccullough a youth and it being the first attempt. Justice Ball notwithstanding the Earnest Appeal for clemency fined the boy7 $50 and costs. That w As a stunner to the defendant and his counsel. Attorney Green thereupon asked that the defendant be permitted to withdraw7 his plea guilty and be bound Over to common pleas court. The other defendants thereupon waived examination and were bound Over to court. T. J. Of Neal and Geo. Mccurl failing to give the recognizance $300, which was required each were sent to jail to await the meeting the grand jury. Her this Are this Harvest excursion to Michigan. The Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling railway co will make half fare rates for the round trip to All Points in Michigan. Stop Over privileges will be granted to any Point in the state. Tickets will be 011 Sale september 18, 1894, Good for to enty7 Days. This is a rare Chance to visit your friends and examine the vast resources and business opportunities this great state. Tickets 011 Sale at All stations. J. E. Terry7, general freight amp passenger agent. The Tuscarawas county agricultural society7 has made up a very7 Liberal purse for racing amounting to about $1000. In All. The purse in the 3-30 Trot is $100. 2-40 Trot $200. 2-22 Pace $200. 2-25 Trot $250.2-45 Pace $150 the purses Are Liberal and will bring some Good horses. Done to fail to attend. There w ill be Good races both thursday and Friday. 36-3 a Challenge. The chairman the democratic executive committee has issued the following Challenge to the Republican candidate for Congress new Philadelphia o., september 3, 1894, to e. S. Sours esq., chairman the Republican executive committee Tuscarawas county Ohio. Sir the election a member Congress from the 17th Ohio District which Tuscarawas forms a part being involved in the present Campaign and in order that the voters said county May have the greatest Opportunity to hear a Lair and honorable discussion the political issues presented by the democratic and Republican parties we hereby propose to your committee to accept and arrange for a joint discussion Between Hon. Jas. A. I. Richards and Hon. A. S. Mcclure at two four Points in said county the time and place said discussion to be agreed upon within ten day7s, and the dates for said discussion to be within the period Between the 20th and 29th Days september 1894. I awaiting your prompt response am very truly yours j Ohn a. Buch a Nan chairman dem. Executive com Tuscarawas county7, Ohio. Advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below7, remained unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by sept. 17, 1894. Jacob Burrier j. Erwin. Annie e. Evans lew7 Gardner Alva Hamilton Emil m. Kaderly e. R. Martin John Langengger Silas Meese John c. Morris. Oscar Risher con Schmitz. S. A. Romig Edward c Walton Lucinda Worthington. Please say7 a a advertised when asking for advertised letters. Daniel Wyss postmaster. Attention g. A. R. Post. Comrades new Philadelphia and canal Dover with drum corps and Friend w ill leave sunday at 11 clock ., via . Ltd w., arriving at Pittsburgh Over the Panhandle Railroad at 2 60. Fare round trip $3.25, Good to return sept. 25th. Headquarters at46north canal Street allegheny7. Those who prefer going Mon can Tako the c. P. Trains at g a. M., arriving at at 1 30 p. M fare $3.35 round trip committee. James Huggins secured a horse from Spiker the livery Man drove it six hours under whip without giving the horse feed and w7ater. The City marshal w7as after him but Higgins returned the horse badly damaged. He was caught and cooped and lie will be tried for cruelty to animals his punishment should be the same As he meted out to the horse. Port Washington. Miss Nina Price is visiting friends at West Lafayette. Mis Shubaugh Cleveland Is visiting at Abe Salchli. Miss Viola Demuth made a business trip to Dennison monday7. Mrs. Adam Ross Dennison visited miss Nina Walton recently. Mrs. W. W. Riley is visiting son George at West Lafayette week. Or Charles Geottge and Wrife attending the fair at Columbus w7eek. Benj. Pfieffer has bought his Brothers store Here and will now run it himself. Hon. H. H. Porter and w7ife, new Philadelphia spent last Friday in this place. Or. Browm and family new7 Philadelphia stopped at the a a Exchange two Days last w Eek. W. E. Wheaton our Village marshal is living in the Charles Schupp property. He having moved Back his farm. C. L. Cronebach moved his utensils to Dennison last week where he intends to teach the High school the coming term. About fifty people from this neighbourhood went Over to Buzzards glory ast sunday7. It is a place very7 attractive for its deep ravines Large Ocks and caves. B. Whitaker and family Roscoe >., moved to this place last week. Or. Whitaker w7i 11 superintend our Union schools the ensuing pm. Mrs. S. A Hill after a several w7eeks stay in Dennison is Home part this week. She reports her son much better and the Road to recovery from an attack typhoid fever. Olieo. Banning Dennison w As Here last wednesday business for the Tuscarawas Mineral land co., it which he is Secretary saturday he left ror new7 York city7 Busi Hess for the company. Our Ball club known As the second nine went to West Lafayette last wednesday to play the first nine that place and was beaten by7 the tune 22 to 11. On Friday the Gilmore club came dow7n and was beaten by the a kid nine a score 37 to 13. On last thursday evening there w7as a social held at the Exchange hotel in Honor prof. C. L. Cronebach. There were Twenty two couple present and they spent the evening by play7ing games dancing Etc ice Cream and cake was served. All reported having a splendid time. The fall term the port Washington Union schools began monday morning. We Hope that All Tom scholars and teachers have had an enjoyable vacation and Trust that each scholar will enter upon the present school term with a determination to make marked Progress in their studies. We wish wre could impress upon the minds All the boys and girls the importance having a Good education. You do not realize it now but it is a fact nevertheless that what you Are now study ing will stand you Well in need in after years. No matter w hat business profession you May embark in prof. Whitaker Roscoe super tends the schools. X. A z. Probate court proceedings. J. F. Stephenson judge. August 27, 1894. Criminal court adjourned to monday7, september 3, 1894, at 10 clock a.111. Estate Abiram Shaw. Order Sale personal property at private Sale returned. Sale approved and confirmed. The state Ohio 011 application Oscar sew7ell is Joseph Sewall it Al. Motion for w7rit citation. Hearing sept. 10, 1894, at 10 Estate Madison Harger. Discharge account filed. Estate alexanders proof publication filed. August 28. In the matter John Bowers insane Julia Bowers appointed guardian. Estate Maria f. Lenhard. Discharge account filed. Guardianship Rebecca Gonter. Final account filed. August 19. Estate Francis putt. Writ citation returned and filed. Estate Alexander Latto. Application for release from Bond filed. Hearing sept. 11, 10 a a estate Chas. Kurtz. Order Sale personal property at private Sale returned. Sale approved and confirmed. August 30. Vincenze Dioni. Certificate naturalization issued. Estate henry7 Goeler. Report distribution filed. August 31. Will Benjamin f. Glass filed w Ith application to admit to probate. Set for hearing sept. 12,1894 at 1 . T11 the matter John e. Doerges and Minnie m. Doerges. Final account Charles r. Minnich filed same. Final account Albert Minnich filed. In the matter appointment county school examiner John t. Duff appointee qualified. September 1. Estate Geo. B. Mcki Gore. Final account filed. Estate Chas. B. Street. Distribution account filed. Estate Jacob Pfingstag inventory7 and appraisement filed. Bakina powder absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking pow7der. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Street Neil York. On last wednesday evening tw7o boy7s, Mcdonald and Johnson a greek boy third Street had a scrap Over some Candy which resulted in Mcdonald slapping John son and fell him to the ground Mcdonald then ran Home and concealed himself in a room. The city7 marshal pursued but w As barred admittance As in did not have a War rant in his Possession. The officer threatened to gain Entrance by Force but upon being promised the Fine next morning he retired without the boy7. About 10 clock thursday night 011 the Tuscarawas River Between Uhrichsville and Trenton gathered nearly7 200 sportsmen from the to in cities Trenton and surrounding Vil Lages to w fitness the combat Between Mccullough and Fields. The sheriff w7as informed the contemplated ring fight and was at said place with his posse lying in wait until he was satisfied that nearly7 All were the ground which was 011 Hollinger a place and was enclosed with Barb wire and hedge Faux est however these formed no Block Ade to the fleeing sportsmen win ran Pell Mell into them regardless the consequences. Sheriff Adams ordered his deputies to arrest All they could get a hold in the name the state Ghio. Some ran for Miles leaving their conveyances at the Battle ground others left part their clothes the fences while some participated in a hurried Bath in the River. It was a Stampede Long to be treasured in the memory the participants. Of the 200 retreated five only7 succeeded in getting into the clutches the officers who were taken to Uhrichsville and lodged in the lockup. The fight was Progress when the attempt at arrest was made and had reached the Cruie Ial Point. From the Tenor conversation Mccullough was failing w Hile Fields coloured was getting the better being the heavier the two he out winded Mccullough who in the first round fought bravely and scientifically. Mccullough is the son Jas. Mccullough who is a Farmer and resides about six Miles from Uhrichsville. Fields Home is in day7ton. We. Peters who was the manager the Mill is missing and cannot be found. Fields escaped and. No doubt is in Dayton. As re Call 011 Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia for bargains in no. 1 Shade and fruit Trees. His Trees Are the Best varieties All grafted budded. He Sells cheap. Of bucket to a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cured piles no pay7 required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction money7 refunded. Price 25? per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Street fair. The new7 Philadelphia Strei fair association will hold their second annual Street fair 011 the 10th and the Lluli october 1894, which everybody should attend and make it a grand Success As the officers the Assoc citation Are doing All in their Power to make it a Success for further information Call 011 01 address John c. Joss press to Harvey s. Mathias sec�?Ty7. We have Given a. Bippus amp soothe agency7 in new7 Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nuts Cio usand free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic e. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by doming events. Ohio state fair at Columbus 011 september 3-10, the Eastern Ohio conference the m. E. Church w7ill Convene at Warren september 10th. Annual reunion 52d regiment Y. I., Pittsburgh sept. 10-14, Dur ing National Encampment. National Encampment g. A. R. Pittsburgh september 10-14. Stillwater Union Industrial exhibition Smyrna september 11-13. Conotton Valley fair will be held at jev7ctt, sept. 13, 14 and 15, 1894. Muski Ngum annual conference m. P. Church Steubenville septem her 19. Carroll county7 fair Carrollton september 18-21. Uhrichsville and Dennison fair september 25-28. Central Ohio District fair new7 comerstown4 october 2-5. Harrison county fair Cadiz october 3-5. Coshocton county fair Coshocton october 9-12. Crop prospects. The w7eather during the w7eek a been very dry7, with moderate warm Days and Cool nights with heavy Dews and considerable smoke and Haze. There Lias been no material change noted in the condition the growing crops since the preceding report. Corn pastures and gardens continue to suffer severely from the drouth. Corn is earing fairly Well 011 Bottom lands but Uplands it is a total failure. Some reporters state that the Corn River and Creek Bottoms and 011 Black soil w ill make nearly an average crop and is in very Good condition but generally it is not expected to average More than from % to % a full crop some is being Cut. Upland Corn is being Cut for fodder. Potatoes Are being dug the crop is Light and potatoes Small. Pastures Are dried up except in a few localities Wiere Rains occurred last w7eek, and in those sections some slight improvement is noted. Clover j seed continues to yield poorly. The 1 threshing is nearing completion the yields being generally Good. Stock continues to be fed. Streams and j w7ells Are becoming dry. The ground is too dry and hard for much fall j plow ing though considerable has been done in localities. Fruit is scarce. Apples peaches and pears continue to drop grapes fair crop. Tuscarawas continues. Blowing at a standstill. Potatoes being dug very poor crop. Corn poor crop 011 Plain lands River Bottoms very Good. A Small amount Clover seed Cut yield Good pastures very poor. Every citizen Tuscarawas county should take Pride in maintaining and making the Dover fair a Success Send for a catalogue and see w7hat you can take to contribute to the great show7. Remember the dates sep. 18th to 21st, 1894. 36-3 Browne amp Myers. T the 3ste37w clothiers and furnishes Ott West High Street Are now having their first senti annual clearance Sale to make room for Early arrival fall and Winter goods. It May do As much for you. 6 . Fred Millet Irving 111., w rites that he had a severe kidney trouble for Many years with severe pains in 11 is Hack also that his bladder was affected. He tried Many so called kidney cures but w without any Good result. About a year ago he began to use electric bitters and found Relief at once. Electric bitters is especially adapted to cure All kidney and liver troubles and often gives almost instant Relief one trial will prove our statement. Price Only their prices Are 50? for a son. Large bottle. At f. C. Miller 6 for Sale a three Shaw Colt Well broke buggy and harness quire at times office year old pm a almost a new All for $80. In att it will pay you to see them persons wanting Coal will leave Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 8-tf. G. A. Mathias. New Philadelphia Street fair. The coming event the season will be the Street fair in this City wednesday and thursday oct. 10 and 11. There will lie 110admittance premiums in Cash will be paid the exhibits will be first class the great Eastern band will furnish music both Days tie crowds people from All parts the county will be immense and a general Good time for All w7ho May attend is assured. There will be room for All both Man and beast so wait for this great Street fair the Best most pleasant and most entertaining All fairs. For Sale cheap. As i am now using City water i i will sell cheap a first class wind pump Derrick and 60 barrel water tank. I also offer at a bargain my j greenhouses which can be moved in sections. Daniel Wyss new Philadelphia o., 31tf attention Farmers. Bushel and half Bushel crates for handling potatoes apples etc., very cheap at tinker amp Ellis 137 s. Broadway new7 Phil a. 32-6 their tailor made suits Are marked at prices that will surely sell them. New Philadelphia Ohio

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