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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 25, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday april 25, 1894. Number 18 Obj Jovial amp on exc xxx Bak incr a powder absolutely pure a Cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of All in Leavening strength. Latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Civ York. Bear is in Liefl. Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot tub i la i i that m. Green Berger has removed to no 51 third Street three doors from Post office and has opened out with a new and Large assortment of menus and nothing. Children s a a a a All the latest styles and novelties of the season. Also a Large line of gents furnishing goods we sell the celebrated Brand of Henry h. Roelofs hats i Coxey is going to make use of his Fame. The populists of the Alliance District have now issued a Call at the Chase House in Alliance to nominate him for Congress. Of my country has it come to that tilmans state dispensary Law has been declared unconstitutional by the supreme court of South Carolina. It will be a hard blow to certain members of Congress from that state who hold their places on that Issue. Calvin Brice is opposed to the income tax clause in the Tariff Hill. Is any one Able to Tell us what or. Brice is in favor of he seems to be opposed to his party on nearly All questions that it has attempted to carry out. Senator Morgan of Alabama finds that 011a recent tour among constituents of Iii state that the fatted calf awaited him not. They Are disgusted with his methods. His reception in state was of a freezing nature. He stands not alone in this respect. A bitter fight is being made in the Dayton District Over Houks successor to Congress. A email Pouch sorg seems to be in the Lead and As be is a Good straight Democrat with the District 4,0b0 democratic lie will no doubt have some Chance. Local melange. The Little Booklet started by the Cincinnati enquirer to foist its proprietor John r. Mclean upon the unsuspecting Public As a United states senator Lias fallen Flat. The democratic press of the state with a few exceptions treated the matter As a huge jokes which it was. Also the Earl amp collars and cuffs. Wilson so a b the miners of nearly the entire United states Are out 011 a strike. This is probably the most extensive one for Many years. It is claimed that men Are out. The effect on the general Trade of the country will be keenly Felt and it is hoped the differences will be speedily set tied. There is quite a contrast Between tin democratic state of new York and Republican Ohio. The former is out of debt and has a Large balance in its Treasury while the latter _. Nis head and heels in debt and now every article guaranteed As represented. To get legislature win Bond the state for $500,000. Truly Mckinley ism is on the Ascendancy. We cordially invite you to Call and examine our goods and get our prices As it will be to your interest. I i j Goffi a the one Price Clothier Deis bloc canal Dover Ohio or. Byron c. Hendershot. Sxrxe3-3303sr office and rooms x. Broadway. New Philadelphia it. 17-Ly Jan. Joseph f. Fox off re Over Jent Sclia syrup store May be found at office Day or night. Office hours for diseases of women 1 to 3 p. M. New Philadelphia May 25-Ly Toxey has received warning not to violate the Law of the District of Columbia. The commissioners have issued an edict which reads the riot act to him and his adherents. The outcome of the whole affair will terminate in strife and bloodshed. It is so predicted by prominent men 011 both sides of the Ocean. D it. M. S. Vail id Emit St office in City Block Over friable hardware store new Phila., Mitchell attorney at Law. Special attention paid to collection and business in probate court. Office North Broadway opposite court House. 1 r. P. Ii is grist test High Street. New Philadelphia. I to. To is said that Hon. Patrick Walsh who has been appointed As senator in place of the late senator Colquit that his voice a has almost 110 Trace of the Irish we Are left to infer however that he has enough of the Brogue to accentuate his claim to office. It is a cold Day when the ruling race forget their Trade Mark. The daughters of the revolution Are accredited with the patriotic and aesthetic suggestion of employing the portrait of mrs. Benjamin Harrison to adorn a United states postage stamp. The Only thing that stands in the Way of the adoption of the suggestion is the prejudice of the follows who standout against a a woman a rights a and shameful to relate those Fellows constitute a big majority of the hogs. Of kick mov 8 0 us a 2 it i to 10 00 a. In. To 4 of p. In 7 0o to 8 00 p. Ill. Sundays. 9 00 to 10 00 a. M. Ii. Ii. In Kotek attorney at Law special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence on High Street formerly occupied by a a. I. Richards. 1 c. Ellis v. Architect. Plans for building of any description executed 011 Short notice. Call on me at no. Is s. Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio 21yl ii. 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 Rouse North Broadway. 47y1 Ohio banners a insurance co. D. K. Hendershott at. Office no. 144 North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. At office always011 saturday. 171 y $u0j cuitu00ua atn�?~0. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Arbor Day to Morrow Friday. Job printing at the times office. Special inducements on Sale Bills. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker. The times and n. Y. World $1.65. Wanted�?500 bushels of potatoes. 1 Spring Bros. The potters of Columbiana Are All on a strik mrs. J. T. Diefenbacher has been quite ill for a few Days. The infant son of Jacob Porcher died last week of spasms. The Udrys have won the Day in the Minerva election Case. The weather of late is inductive of pneumonia la Grippe Etc. Free free trial of Rishforth a Rose Cream at Spring Bros. 14tf the peach and Apple crops Are All right so say knowing ones. The umbrella will have a grand opening along now any time. Best values in carpets and lace curtains at j. H. Kinsey. 17-2 us ourt Alley is being torn up tills week for the sewer connection. John w. Burry of Cleveland visited his father in this City monday. Elder e. J. Hart will preach in the disciple Church sunday morning. Doss Barrick a former citizen of this City is hereon a visit this week. See the summer suiting at David Maurera slate style w. High St. 18-9 Lew. Neff of Pittsburg is visiting his brother de. H. Neff of this City. A two Little girls in blues Are not in it. The girls in red Are the style. Next week Alliance people will take their drinks straight with open doors. If you want a Beautiful complexion use Rishforth a Rose Cream. 14tf mrs. Mary France is quite ill at the Home of her daughter mrs. Wadington. James English and wife of Kansas City Are the guests of a. Bates her father. Mrs. Mary e. Kohr of Dundee is visiting relatives and friends in this City. Mrs. Maurice Moody of Ulrichs Ville visited mrs. A. B. Hoover the Post week. We have a full line of silk vests to close. J110. Adams amp son Welty Knisely Block new Phila. The county sunday school convention will be held at port Washington june 12-14. There will be plenty of fruit notwithstanding the Wail by Many that it is All killed. Seven Hundred miners quit the mines of Dell Roy and Sherrodsville 011 saturday last. W. C. Loyd of canal Dover called 011 his lady Friend on East High Street this City last sunday. We print in our next Issue an article on a life insurance by a. Kreitler of Zanesville Ohio. 18-1 the East Ohio conference will hold its next annual session at Warren in Trumbull county. A special ten Days Sale of suits. Jno. Adams son Welty Knisely Block new Philadelphia Ohio. Miss Kate Field adds her voice to the acclaim for a restricted immigration. This subject has been worn threadbare. The option seems to he Universal that the influx of working people practically a u Persy from european countries ought to be headed off. Yet Congress refuses to take suitable action. Next to the Tariff this question is most important. Our country is overburdened with a Surplusage of cheap and in More than one Way a poor a labor which is the source of As much trouble and misery As any other one tiling. It is fast becoming a Kinsey disease As bad As the cholera. It is a pity the Law making Power at Washington cannot see the Point. John Wanamaker the pious Rob her is now one of the largest owners of real estate in the City of Philadel s. Maple a dealer in a groceries provisions a a cd a produce of All kinds. Handle nothing but pure goods. Invested. It is possible that this i dec the Money be got from the Gover Niento on his claim for excessive duties 011 ribbons after he had collected the full amount from his customers which scheme made him just $2,000,000 for which he gave not one cent in return. He was so successful in stealing and stealing is the word in this Case that he has entered another suit of the same kind to recover from the govern ment Money paid for duties on imports of Jersey jackets which amount he Lias already collected from i the Massillon Independent dishes up some of its locals under the ominous name of i am Selling the Young Many a buggy. Better than Ever. John Myers new Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf mrs. Andrews and daughter Jennie of Chicago Are the guests of or. And mrs. John Dugal 011 East Avenue. Or. And mrs. Wenger have moved from their Home 011 seventh Street this City to their farm near Dover. \ if you want to buy dress goods save Money by buying of j. H. 17-2 try a a a liner in the times. The people watch for bargains sure for a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m mrs. Or. Richards of new Philadelphia spent last week a guest Here of her sister mrs. M. W. Democrat. Or. And mrs. L. P. Gallagher of Pittsburg were the guests of her father h. L. Custer Over sunday. Mrs. Gallagher will remain several Days. Or. John Mckinley one of Uhrichsville sold and Well known citizens died in that City on the 12th inst. His death was due to heart trouble. Wilber Miler travelling Salesman for Babcock Hurd amp co. Of Cleveland spent sunday with his folks near Toyn. Wilber has head quarters at Akron Try a Box of the celebrated Pearl polish for brass Nickel and silverware or any thing that tarnishes at Halls jewelry store e. High St. 18-6 it is nip and tuck Between the clocks at the lutheran Church and the court House As to which will strike first. Court House is ahead at present writing. The makers of Brant Balsam give double the usual size for 25 and 50?, because they think it advertising which people will appreciate. None better at Gentsch a drug store. Messes John Burri and Charles Schneider two of tie members of the great Eastern band left for Phila., a 011 Friday last to join the Adam Forepaugh or. Shows. Adams amp son have opened up a handsome suit of rooms in the building next to times office As a tailoring establishment. Its a treat to see the Beautiful display of suiting. W. B. Callaghan the late treasurer of the corporation of Coshocton is a defaulter in the sum of $388.91. To is the old Story of trusting two much in other menus honesty. Last Friday the members of the great Eastern band received Twenty one Porte Monnia one for each Mem her of the band. The boys Are going to come out in style this summer. We will save you Money by buying suits pants and vests of us. Jno. Adams amp son Welty Knisely Block there is a movement All Over the state to oust the Nickle in the Slot machines. They Are dubbed gambling devices and the edicts of different City councils say they must be banished. David Judy is seriously ill with progressive paralysis his daughter mrs. Mary Lusk of Chicago is Home assisting mrs. Carrie Custer in nursing him mrs. Judy is also quite an invalid. Fine silk belts All shades with Silver and Gold buckles at Halls jewelry store. Ladies Call and examine them. 18-6 Metta p. Cooper of Allegheny a. Is visiting her father Rev. Hart and will sing at the disciple Church on sunday next. All Are invited to hear her. The Sheet Mill has been having ill Luck the past week having broken 3 Rolls and one Housen which entails a loss of $2000. The new ones have arrived and will soon he in place so Asto resume work. If any one has dry Maple or sugar lumber they can find a Market for it at h. A. Paris Elees Mill. Lotf messes. R. F. Baxter and Mcabee Shaw Are a hot under the Collar because they Are obliged to serve As Petit jurors at new Philadelphia. We done to blame Index. Sad Accident. Or. Ferguson the teacher of the to his Home in Stuberville physical cult rtt , returned monday. Henry Miller of Ferinano Harrison co. Spent sunday with his brother in Law h. L. Custer this City. The father of postmaster Streb of Dover Dies from injuries. Joseph Streb a prominent Farmer who lived beyond Dover died tuesday from injuries received by falling while helping to raise a barn for or. Schneider on the Wooster Road above town. He was the father of or. Streb the postmaster of Dover was a prosperous Man in business and esteemed by All who knew him. He leaves a family. We have not at present writing Learned the particulars of the Accident. The times a Good advertiser. We Are gratified to know that the times is beginning to he found out among our merchants that it reaches just that kind of people they want. One merchant directs 34 sales in one Day to Lough liners in the times. New cases in common pleas court Ohio on complaint of Alice Mccoy is. Edward Kelly. Ruit for Bastardy. John Burry is we. D. Mckee. Attachment proceedings to recover claims. John t. Rice is Martin h. Black. Attachment proceedings to satisfy notes and accounts. Eben Van Kirvs Martin h. Black. Attachment amp a. John e. Brick is j. J. Foehl it Al. Ruit 011 promissory note. Stephen o Donnell is Martin Black. Foreclosure of mortgage. Oliver p. Naylor is John r. Ellis it Al. Foreclosure of mortgage. The citizens National Bank is Adam Stocker. Suit on co Novit note. The citizens National Bank is Thomas j. Stocker. Suit on co Novit note. The citizens National Bank is Adam Stocker. Co Novit. Lizzie Hartline is Dorotha Zelt Man it Al. Action in partition. Martin Bremer is trios j. Stocker action on promissory note. W. W. Harvey is w. C. Adams. Appeal Case. A pleasant episode. A pleasant time was had at the residence of John Lentz 011 North eighth Street on the evening of the 18th inst. The occasion being a Surprise in Honor of miss lady i flier who was visiting her sister. From forty to fifty were present and All had a pleasant time miss i flier returned to Here Home Jeanette pa., next morning. She will be remembered by a Large Circle of friends of this City a worthy member of their number. Prompt work. Or. J. H. Booth was appointed executor of the estate Ann m. Zellers March 21st 1894 and on the 23re Day of april 1894, paid to each of the following churches. Lutheran reformed presbyterian and United Brethren Church of new Philadelphia the sum of $900, each As part payment on legacies under the will. This was prompt work 011 the part of the executor. New styles elegantly finished and and fully warranted buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf a new phone line. Parties have been in the City agitating a new Telephone service. It is tha intention to furnish phones at $1 per month for private residences and $1.50 for business houses. It is to be hoped that the same will materialize. A Ball game. On return a afternoon the base Ball teams known As the a a Buckeye so of Nineveh and the a a Gray so of this City played their first game of Ball this season at Nineveh and ended in favor of the Gray a 8 to 9. The Gray a played a Good game and with a liitle practice will be Able to do some fair local games this coming summer. Two front rooms and two rear rooms for rent Over the jewelry store of h. E. Espenschied on Routh Broadway suitable for residence. Inquire below at the store. 15tf. H. E. Espenschied. Plenty of Coal for fuel. The great strike now on is being Felt All Over the country among railroads especially. The Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling runs through Coal Fields Over half its length. In january last the Massillon mines closed Down. Through the entire Wheeling Creek District the mines have been in full operation until saturday. That Road has taken time by the Forelock and has a Large Supply of Coal standing 011 its Side tracks. Its Coal traffic however is Cut off entirely. Wanted a loan of $1,500 on Good Security. Leave word with the editor of the times who will make known the party. 17tf. New feature. That $50,000 color press of the Chicago inter Ocean is being utilized in an unique and instructive manner by that great newspaper. It is being used to print a a Little paper for Little people with four full pages in colors and beginning with run Day april 29th, this paper will contain the first instalment of a child Story written especially for it by a Chicago newspaper Man ram Clover. An unique feature of this Story is that it is to be named by Chicago school children after Reading. This with the a musical supplement a a new Art feature makes the sunday inter Ocean a most interesting and Welcome visitor for every member of the family. 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 they hit him hard. Chi Job Snyder of Uhrichsville entered a plea of guilty to the indictment against him for keeping his Saloon open 011 sunday. Monday morning. The court fined him $50. And costs and sentenced him to ten Days in jail the Way of the transgressor is hard. Ladies done to fail to go to Spring Bros and get a free trial of that splendid lotion for the complexion Rishforth a Rose Cream. 14tf our Rural neighbors what they Are doing in this Busy world of strife. Barnhill. The strike of the 2ist inst. Is upon us and the men Are All out and seem to ignore the affairs until the matter is settled at prices demanded seventy cents per ton. The miners Here Are organizing and will number about 150. This is As it should be. The reporter of the Tribune says miners were found playing cards in the Blue Goose sunday. Now or. Tribune reporter if you know of the fact have these miners brought before the proper authorities. There were no miners. Our marshal brought Jack Morgan before mayor Oliver who fined him ten dollars and Cost in one Case and seven dollars and Cost in another Case. Our officers Are doing their duty. We have several people on the sick list Viz mrs. George Miller John Ciniman and mayor Oliver. All Are improving. W. Watkins has started his Gin Mill after suspension of a month. Business must be on the improvement Here. Topsy. Flat Ridge. Corrections we wish to inform the readers of the times that the Baltic correspondent made a grand mistake when he said that the Baltic base Ball club played the Flat Ridge club and Defeated them by a Jug handle score each time As appeared in the times of last weeks Issue. Flat Ridge has no club but the Baltic club played some of the Flat Ridge boys and Defeated them. The second time the Best players of the Shanesville and Baltic clubs played against Flat Ridge with the Captain of the Baltic club acting As Umpire and you May know How one sided that was. But nevertheless the Flat Ridge boys say they will play them at any time they wish. One who was there. If you buy the Deering Ideal Mower with Sycicle bearings you can Cut one half More in a Day than with any other machine because of the Light draft. Call 011 Waltz amp Schweitzer agents new Phila. A of the finest assortment of chinaware Queens Are in the county. Prices Are the lowest. 18-2 / phia. It is claimed and tax Duple j go to the new York a a Racket store Cates show that he has Over $2,000, for Flower pots hanging baskets Rik w # it us reported that the Nickle in the Slot machines in this City Are going to receive the attention of the cite fathers shortly. Watch for the article on a life insurance in our next Issue. It will be full of pointed facts and will interest you. 18-1 Ergeant travelling Salesman for Babcock Hurd amp co Sun Dayed at Home. Edward and Wilber Miler both of our town represent the same company and Are both popular salesmen. I have started a Blacksmith shop in the rear of my lot Back of Buck-18-2 Eye planing Mill and am prepared to do All kinds of work in my line. A fair share of patronage respectfully solicited. J. W. Thompson. To the Public. We Are now ready to show you a full line of dry goods consisting of dress goods carpets lace curtains under Ware rugs Etc., at very Low prices. Call and see . Kinsey. 17-2 dangerously 111. David Judy one of the Pioneer citizens of this City is nearing the end of his earthly career. He was stricken with paralysis and being quite old the disease is slowly doing its work. He is sleeping away. Death is expected Dayly. His Chil f the new York a a Racket store lax Dren Are in attendance at his bedside 1l�?~ a a a tenderly caring for him. Dressmaking a mrs. E. J. Dillon of Cleveland of has opened rooms or fashionable dressmaking in mrs. Lucy7 Joss property at Corner West fair and 5th, its and solicits a share of the Public patronage. Ratis fac Tion guaranteed. 16-4 a drawback. The only7 drawback to the contemplation of the approach of the summer season is the materialization of the industrious Buzz Fly the wicked and pest Ferous disturber of of tie sunday morning Nap and the after dinner siesta. The necessity Peter Baumer a Farmer living of reminding you of his coming is weather prospects. Middle , fair weather during the first of the week was beneficial to All growing crops. Seasonable showers followed with cooler weather. Farm work is reported farther advanced than before known for years in Many localities. The damage to wheat fruit and pastures was overestimated after the March freeze but not to Clover Oats and potatoes. Wheat generally looks Well and is improving in condition Oats Are coming up where renown and a Large acreage of Pota toe is being put in under favourable conditions. Pastures Are improved but some feeding is still necessary renown Clover is coming up. Peaches pears cherries and plums Are 111 full Bloom and apples leafing. Blowing for Corn is Well advanced and some has been planted. Fruit prospects brighter. Buy the Deering Deal Mower that t of first prize at the worlds fair. It is the Only Mower made with Ball bearings. Waltz amp Schweitzer 17tf n Ewe Kri 1 a d Elp h i a Ohio. To the Public. I wish to announce that i have started a milk route and will each Day deliver pure clean milk at the doer of any one wishing to buy. A share of the Public patronage is earnestly solicited. Yours respectfully 18-tf Valentine Doerschuk. We have Given a. Bippus amp Ron the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutria Cio usand free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Gilmore. D. N. Fowler wife and daughter visited e. E. Fowler and wife in Uhri Chivilla tuesday and wednesday of last week. Miss Sarah Rousch has been ailing the past week. Miss Lottie Dinning spent two Days last week at her uncles Philip Lan Ninga a. Elvan Bowers and Cora Berkshire two of Perry townships estimable Young people visited at or. Hefling a tuesday evening. Al. Philips of Allegheny a. Is visiting friends and acquaintances Here. Jno. Alton and family moved into their newly furnished propety on thursday. Miss Lillia Rankin visited her grandparents or. And mrs. Step Lien Johnson on Watson Creek saturday and sunday. Frank Kinsey and wife visited the latter a sister near port Washington saturday. We noticed Cyrus Linard of Flushing a Farmer photographer of this place on our streets saturday. P. Lanning and son Are receiving a Fine line of Spring goods. A a campgrounds school will hold a a pie social 011 Friday evening april 27th. All Are cordially invited to be present and assist in making the social a financial Success. W. O. Tomson d. D. S. Of Newcomerstown successor to or. Shaw was at this place monday and tuesday looking after his dental practice. Bitter Sweet. Real estate transfers. Robert Horrisberger to j. W. Hup Rich lot 12, Shanesville $1255. Salathiel l. Morris to Dora deems part lot 165, Uhrichsville $325. G. A. Todd to Salathiel Morris part lot 165, Uhrichsville $125. J. H. Connell to Annie l. Hughes lot 4, Dennison $1500. Addie Harger to Annie e. Harger lot 26, Dover $700. Addie Harger to Ella r. Harger lot 8, Dover $1500. Annie Harger to h. A. Harger lots 7 and 27, Dover $1537. A. F. Ward to r. F. Roberts lot 24, Newcomerstown $350. Hattie and t. H. Wilson to Jessie f. Shall it. Lots 3, 9, Dennison $2500. Samuel my ers adm., to Elizabeth Romig land Rush $1200. Aquilla Carr to John Douglas lot 9, Newcomerstown $400. C. A. Hart to g. R. Hart lot 3, newcomers town $1050. Eliza Diefenbacher to Frederick Maurer 44� acres Franklin $500. Henry Mizeris Assignee to Catharine Thomas 11% acres Auburn $1555. Sheriff Adams to Susie Smith lot 10, Salem $250. J. F. Rankin to g. M. Dearth 84 33-100 acres Rush $600. John Deis or. It. Al., to g. E. Spies 30 1-5 acres Dover $1900. Elizabeth Dick to Mary e. Stein Baugh lot 6, new Philadelphia $200. Elizabeth Dick to Charles Dick lot 7, new Philadelphia $200. Elizabeth Dick to Peter Dick lot 2, new Philadelphia $200. Sarah France to Frederick Maurer acres Franklin $300. H. J. Kohrs exer. To Josiah Wolf 80-100 acres Wayne $1600. A. F. Wagstaff to David Morgan lot 48, Glasgow $10. Cicero Moss to Samuel and Clara v. Warden part lot 57, Newcomerstown $3000. N. M. Crawford to t. W. Greer lot 36, West Chester $700. J. R. Kurtz to Sarah l. Kurtz e t Al. Lot 297, new Philadelphia $1200. The trustees St. Pauls Church to Christian Wiand 47% so. Rds., port Washington $50. Sebastian Schroeder sexes a to Caroline Laub 40 acres Jefferson $965. Samuel Slade to w. O. Schwab lots 46 and 47, port Washington $600. Jacob Haas to Micheal Ott lots 2 and 10, Dover $3000. J. C. Wilkins to t. J. Parker part lot 127, Uhrichsville $2500. The Goshen Coal co. To Jacob Wise and g. A. Callanan 14-100 acres Goshen $350. John Tufford to j. F. Tufford it. Al., 34 acre Oxford $200. Sheriff Adams to j. F. Ault lot 361, Dover $1325. Persons wanting Coal will leave orders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 18-tf g. W. Mathias. The Public will please take notice that i have moved my Stock of jewelry to the Patrick building on South Broadway opposite Mcelroy amp Linn a furniture store. We desire our old patrons to Call and see us 15-3 h. E. Espenschied special train. On the evening of april 26th the c. L. Amp w. Railway will run a special train from Uhrichsville to Massilon for the accommodation of those wishing to remain at Uhrichsville for the evenings entertainment Given by the . O. F. Train to leave Uhrichsville after the of the meeting. J. W. Mccoombs age to. New Philadelphia markets. Flour Best family per 3 2� a per sack 80 new process per sack. 90 Quot Amber per sack. 70 wheat per Bushel. 53 Corn per Bushel. 59 Oats. 35 Rye. 69 011 meal per Loo pounds. L 75 Timothy seed per Bushel. 2 50 Clover seed per Bushel. 6 00 Hay. Per ton. 10 00 butter per pound15@13 eggs per dozen. 10 hams per Pound. 0 shoulders per Pound. 7@8 sides per Pound. 7@8 lard per Pound. 10 tallow per pounds a. 04 potatoes per Bushel. 65 chickens per Pound. 5 turkeys per Pound. 7@s geese.40@50 ducks per Pound. Some clothing houses did no to buy full Stock this season Browne amp Myers did. Some people did no to know where to find a Stock of new customers. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. 49-give us a Call a i r West front Street new Phil a. W 1 4 near planing Mill. 85-Ly a new firm we Are pleased to announce that we have opened a merchant tailoring establishment business up stairs in the Welty Knisely Block North Broadway new Philadelphia where you will find a full line of foreign and Domestic woolens the Cleveland Plain dealer in an editorial of the 13th, says a instruments of torture appear to have been introduced into the Ohio Penitentiary that Are patterned after those of the dark Ages. The latest is the so called sweat Box. In which refractory convicts Are placed for punishment. The method of operation is to have a wooden closet Large enough fora Man to stand erect in. His arms Are thrust through holes in the Wall and fastened on the outside with Handcuffs. Here he is compelled to stand until he is thought to he sufficiently disciplined. That such a contrivance should be operated in an Ohio institution is almost beyond belief. A Chance remark let fall by one of the officials of the Penitentiary in the presence Fine silk tests and fancy paintings. Of a newspaper Man that he would put a Crisnor in the sweat Box having had 25 a ears experience j caused the exposure of this latest method of cruelty. This is the institution that recently underwent a nit legislative investigation in which we guarantee a perfect fit and our prices Are such to the Odd Fellows of this District will celebrate their seventy fifth anniversary at Uhrichsville today thursday. X 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. 15tf Rico had a $15,00 fire on sunday. During the excitement a Squire Herron an old citizen dropped dead from heart disease. De. C. Feil of canal Dover has been very ill for several Days and the heart of a Young lady in this City has been correspondingly sad. Answer this who Sells Wall paper window shades and lace curtains cheaper than Burnside his prices Are always the lowest 17-2 the sheriff of Stark county will sell the Lake Erie and Alliance Southern Railroad 011 june 4th for Cost without appraisement. J. C. Plowman a Printer at Bowers town had the misfortune of losing a leg in trying to get 011 a moving freight train one Day last week. The times. Come up and visit 11 whether you want to buy or not Jno. Adams amp son. The officials were riven an a Plica a great howl of Low prices. But the s Tion of lowest prices on dry goods Are give Elf wanted�?500 bushels of potatoes. 1 Spring Bros. About three Miles East of town was stricken with paralysis last saturday. His condition is such that he is not expected to live. Or. Baumer is about 55 years of age. Or. H. Hoover entertained a Large number of Dover and new Philadelphia friends thursday Fri Day and saturday evenings in Honor of her daughter mrs. Bessie Schweitzer who will shortly return to her Home in Albert Lea Minn. P receiving a Fine line of ladies under at j. H. Kinsey a. Call and see. Wear children and misses hats. Call North West Corner of Public Square and examine goods and get our new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-2 a prices. New goods daily. 18-4 / coldly cruel one but the duty alas is imperative. Died from Home. Rudy Gilgen of this City who had been afflicted of lung trouble died 011 Friday last at the residence of his sister in it. Louis. His friends received a Telegram on Friday evening. His remains were brought Home arriving on saturday. He had gone West thinking a change of climate would do him Good but the h. E. Burnside is having his Corner disease had too firm a hold and fixed in bang up style with a new could not be arrested. His wife was coat of paint adorning the building with him when he died. Or. Gilgen and the lettering of his sign standing had Many friends was a member of out in new colors and to the Point the k. Of p. Lodge who took charge Burnside intends to keep up Withof the remains burying them on modern improvements. Monday. Thomas Green a prominent business Man of Freeport Ohio died sunday morning. He was a Wool friends of new Philadelphia and buyer for Many years and actively surrounding Community that we engaged in business. At one time have opened up a first class grocery he was president of the Freeport and provision store in the Welty Bank. Knisely Block on North Broad Way july fourth next will be a Mem new Philadelphia Ohio. Our Stock Oracle Day in Cleveland. It will is a11 new and fresh and our places also be a memorial Day for the big i Are As Low As the lowest. The highest Market Price will be paid for country produce. We have a Good hitching place at the rear of our store for the accommodation of the country Trade please give us a Call. Quot yours respectfully Davis amp Urfer. Poor old Columbiana county is getting it 011 All sides. Now they Are having a first class Public school Row. Shanesville. The weather is very disagreeable. Plenty of rain and mud. Mike Rhie was working at Dundee last week. The Post office has been moved up in the West part of the building occupied by Burky a drug store. It is a very Nice room and just the place where the Post office should be. Miss Minnie Holderbaum returned Home last week and expects to stay with her parents a Short time. There was a fair crowd at the dance in the Temple Hall saturday evening and yet the manager had to the Dearest. Or. And mrs. Charles Burris of Mineral Point was Here sunday april 16th, on a visit to the latter a parents or. And mrs. Holderbaum. The Michigan ship Timber company who have their Headquarters Here loaded Over forty carloads of lumber at Dundee last week. Or. Schauwecker has moved his office Down 011 Mill Street opposite Millers store. Or. And mrs. Belnap and daughter of Massillon were Here Over sunday marriage permits. Carrie l. Pearson. Jacob Berger Emma Andrews. Christian Pezoldt Nellie neighbor Ira p. Co Gaii Louisville by. Visiting relatives. George Smith after Selling out All the famous Deering binders and the old goods has replenished his mowers now have Ball bearings like store with an entirely new Stock a by Cicle. Rave your horses by if you want to buy cheap be sure to buying of Waltz amp Schweitzer. New give him a Call. Philadelphia Ohio. 17tf answers to correspondents Farmers yes Routh Dakota furnishes an excellent Field for diversified farming. Wheat Corn Barley and flax Are produced in abundant i r. Henry Schwartz was around Here visiting Over sunday. We notice that he comes quite frequently and no wonder when we consider that there is an attraction for him a Little ways South of town. The Oil company will commence fresh styles. Browne Jers have it a a a a a a a mensa suits already made 85.00 to $20.00. Mensa suits made to order $18.00 to $40.00. Fine dress gloves $1.00, $1.50. $1.75, $2.00, quantities and find a ready Market to Drill in a few Days in Earnest at reduced prices while the Cost of they expect to Drill a thousand or new grocery and provision store. We desire to announce to our soldiers and sailors Monument commemorating the deeds of 10,000 Cuya hoga county patriots who went out to do Battle for their country will be formally and fittingly dedicated 011 the time has come when there is Dav in the new York a a Racket store i production is much less than in the Eastern states. Stock raising and Wool growing have become successful industries in Routh Dakota where thousands of acres of the finest land in the United states can he secured More feet. It would be Well if Soma of our Young ladies would not be so loud on the Street and also if they would manage to get off of the Street sooner in the evening. It is no credit to at reasonable figures and upon Long any Young lady to Parade the Street time for deferred payments. Fur a Edl in evening or to laugh loud ther information will he cheerfully or noisy in any Way to attract furnished free of expense by and attention. A person of High culture dressing we. Kelly or travelling wil1 not do Girk ear this in passenger agent 14 Exchange Street mind. Pansy. Buffalo n. Y. 18-2 i a a a Good building lot for Sale. Tom Morgan of Alliance bobs up a lot 72x89 feet on Northeast Cor again for congressional Honoris Only Ner of West front and fifth Street to he turned under As usual. Will he sold at Public auction on the the premises on there Are times when nearly every saturday May 5,1894, one needs a nerve tonic or inv Igor at 2 of clock p. 111. Excellent site for Ator. None better than or. Wheel a business Block or for the erection Ere nerve vitalize $1 bottles at of two dwelling., for particular gents chs drug store inquire at Kuen clip a meat Market new Philadelphia Ohio. Ray do you know where Burnside a we Are Headquarters for the magic store is Well yes there is the cheap dyes which color most goods per est place in this country to buy Wall feet fast colors and do not Crock. 10? paper. Money saved. 17-2 at gents chs drug store. Attention Farmers. You will please hear in mind that we Are now offering to the Public the latest improved Ball and roller bearing Deering harvesting machinery which can not be excelled by any other also All the latest improved farm implements. It will save you Money to Call and see us before buying. Call at the office in the rear part of the Sherman House barn e. G. Waltz. 17tf Sylvanus Schweitzer. G. A. R. Excursion. For the occasion of the meeting of the g. A. R. Encampment of Ohio at Canton o., May 15th., 1994 the Cleveland Lorain and Wheeling railway will sell excursion round trip tickets at one cent per mile tickets will he sold May 14th., anti 15th., Good returning until May 20th passengers Mill be routed via the Canton Massillon electric railway from Massillon and landed directly at the door of the hotels at Canton 17-5 j a. Terry g. F. Amp p. A 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 May 7, 1894. Jesse w. Bevis Alex. Carleton m. A. Banker Jas. B. Rod Jennie Harney Charles Kerns Elizabeth Shaw Joseph Neff j. H. Sny Der Henry Wesling Wilmel a co., g. W. Barrett. Please say a a advertised when ask ing for above. I. Wuss p. M. 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 a skin eruptions and positively cure piles or no required. It is Guai anted to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded. Price 25? per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Notice to teachers. The Board of education of the port Washington Village school District in Tuscarawas county Ohio will receive applications from com pedant teachers up to noon on the 7th Day of May 1894, to teach the several departments of their schools As follows to wit High school grammar department and first and second primary departments. Each application must be accompanied by the applicants certificate from the proper Hoard of examiners or a copy thereof covering the entire time the schools will be in session. All communications should be addressed to a Philip Lam neck 17-2 clerk of said Board. Coloured shirts with two detachable collars 50 cents. The Best values in the country. The newest has fresh from new York. New neckwear the latest fabrics and. Best shapes Worth looking at. A a a a a a watch for our new Straw Browne amp Myers the new clothiers and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio Esiron. B. Why can to we make your new Spring suit

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