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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 7, 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 june 7, 1894. Number 24. A Morial of amp ont Nunu governor Mckinley has Given Warden Janies the expected whitewashing. His acts Are As pure As Snow in the eyes of the wily governor. What does the great Millersburg Republican think of this the enquirer is dishing up Crow to some of its readers in the shape of apologies to the country press whom it ridiculed because they gave the enquirer a piece of their mind. Mclean is a Republican every Inch of him his paper ditto. Democrats should take a democratic paper not a Mongrel Sheet. One altogether unlocked for Effort has begun to follow the great Coal strike. An important mining company is arranging to dig its Coal by machinery. Machines Are in process of construction for that purpose. It would he remarkable if this strike should revolutionize methods of mining Coal and give one More blow to the downfall of hand labor in All the great advocate. Colorado a Champion who sets in the chair As governor has shown his hand by defying the Laws of the United states by making the announcement that he will Call out the militia to suppress the deputies who have sworn in to quell the riotous mobs now holding position on fortified grounds at cripple Creek. Arrest for sedition is promised the Wiley governor if he does not Call himself Down. The Philadelphia record in summing up the effect of the great Protection party says a gaze at Pennsylvania with its Coke regions at present and witness the infamous theories then Bow the head with shame. Those poor dupes of strikers will have to be shot Down and coerced in order to prevent anarchy. What but the accursed theory of governmental favouritism of wealth and extortion of the masses is local melange. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Dirty Days hath september april june and november. From january to May the rain it Raineth every Day. All the rest have thirty one without a blessed gleam of Sun if any of them had two and thirty they a be As wet and twice As dirty. Job printing at the times office. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker. We rather expected to hear of the adoption in convention saturday of the following or a similar Resolution. A we earnestly endorse the Wise and efficient administration of governor Mckinley and look to him As our Standard bearer in 1896 can it be possible that the governor has made some mistake that occasions the silence was it the Penitentiary and orphans Home management and the $2,000,000 state debt that interfered with the loyalty of our Republican friends toward their Leader there Are seven Good faithful and efficient men who want to be the next president on the Republican Side of the Fence Viz Reed Mckinley Harrison Depew Alger Hoar and Sherman. Beside these there Are innumerable horses of a dark Shade. A number of the above have commenced the Campaign of swinging around the Circle and making speeches telling the Good people How Brave and patriotic they have been for the country a Good for the past Twenty years. Battery h.,of Lexington that was supposed to be in the height of discipline were surprised at Glouster and their two handsome Gattling guns spiked their Side arms tents and other munitions of War taken away from them and destroyed by a number of striking miners. Governor Mckinley will not buy any More Gattling guns the state is too poor and you know the stay at Home legislature must have their $84,000 next year whether the state goes to the dogs or not. The Best thing the Ohio Republican legislature did was to adjourn sine die and thus save tie people of the state from the affliction of another session next Winter. But the members took Good care to vote themselves two years for one years work. They draw for next Winter the same As if a session were held. How the Republican papers would howl if a democratic legislature committed such advocate. Howl did you say that name be in it. Mckinley rules the state and All you have to do is to 41 Grin and Bear the Pittsburgh Post has this to say in terse language of the present strike a the action of the miners a telegraphs president John Mcbride the head of the miners National Union to a disorderly element at Bridgeport a is disheartening to the National officers and unless checked the strike is lost. The men must respect the this is not Only Good citizenship but the Wisdom of the situation As regards the minors. When the soldiers take the Field to maintain the Law against Lawless miners the strike at once becomes a losing Force. Citizens who wish Well to the miners have no sympathy with any form of violence or intimidation that sets the Law at Defiance. The republicans throughout the country Are in somewhat of a mixed state in regard to Reeds Silver program. It is accepted As a decided underhand blow below the Belt for Mckinley and Harrison who will now have to follow the czars Lead and the Only Way that they can get around it is to come out Flat footed for an unlimited free coinage. The editor Creel of Uhrichsville was in town tuesday. John c. Kelly was in Cincinnati Over sunday. Miss Edith Dearborn was in Cleveland Friday. Charles Mcdowell and family Are the guests of T. Minnis. Miss Bernice Gribble leaves today for Columbus to visit friends. To buy a Good pair of no. 1 sheep shears go to Burnside a. Hotel Blythe at Bayard was totally destroyed by fire last week. Harter Arnold of Washington i. C., is in this City this week. Or. E. P. Morrow of Canton is visiting acquaintances in this City. Mrs. Joseph Jenkins is visiting friends at Salem and Steubenville. Born Sabbath morning to or. And mrs. Louis Galliger a Little daughter. Mrs. Or. Clark of Leesville is Home visiting her parents this week. Miss Pearl Pritchard and brother Ivy Are visiting friends in y lungs town. Mrs. Or. Stevenson is visiting her son James Stevenson at present in this City. Bert Eddy of this City visited his parents at Medina the fore part of the week. Or. Grosdorf and wife gave a dinner party tuesday in Honor of mrs. Kuntz of Findlay. Or. And mrs. George Welty or. Moved to Marion Indiana where they expect to reside. Morey Ray came up from new Philadelphia to attend chronicle. Miss Bessie Custer of this City will leave for Columbus today to visit friends in that City. and wife of Leechburg pa., were guests of Theo. Morgan and family the past week. Mrs. De. Baily will give a drive whist party Friday afternoon at her Home on West front Street. Mrs. Hazlette of Pittsburgh is visiting her sister mrs. Kalden Baugh in this City this week. Burnside a is the cheapest place in this country to buy tinware. 24-2 mrs. Kuntz of Findlay Ohio who has been visiting friends in this City returned Home tuesday afternoon. Hon. J. A. Richards returned to Washington last Friday after spending a week among his constituents. For a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m the trustees of the i. O. O. F. Have extended the time of receiving bids to a later Date. Bee notice elsewhere. Mrs. Nellie and Grace Brown who have been in Chicago several years Are Home visiting their parents and friends. The Corner Stone of the new Odd Fellows Temple in this City will be Laid with imposing ceremonies on july 4th, next. Philip Westhafer and William Lambright of Tracy Ohio were the guests of e. B. Westhafer of North Broadway Over Sabbath. The steel works started up monday morning for a Short time they having received a few car loads of Coal a enough to last about a week. Or. Cad Doc of new Philadelphia was in our midst giving us a Fox race. We Welcome All Palermo Cor. Carroll chronicle. Editor Downs late of the Waynes Burg Hustler paid us a pleasant Call Friday. He is an enterprising Man and an All round newspaper Hustler. Miss Lizzie e. Wallace of new Philadelphia spent sunday with relatives and friends in this Sherrodsville Cor. Carroll chronicle. Bee the summer suiting at David Maurera a w. Hight St. 18-3m judge and mrs. Stevenson entertained friends the past week among the number were mrs. Hazelett of Pittsburg and mrs. Stevenson of Leesville. Mrs. George Stillman and sister miss Jesse Neff of new Philadelphia Are visiting their parents Isaac Neff on East Chestnut Democrat. The k. Of p. Equity Lodge no. 73, will hold decoration and memorial services on monday june 11. L. W. Ellenwood of Marietta will deliver the address at the cemetery. Young folks getting married should write to Burnside for Price list of household goods or come themselves. You will save Money 24-2 a Telegraph dispatch on thursday last from Warren says mrs Mahan an insane woman from Tuscarawas county escaped from her attendants at the p. Amp w. Depot this morning. She was found later hid the ladies Aid society of the Christian Church of this City will hold an ice Cream and Berry festival at Eagle Hall afternoon and evening of the 4th of july. All Are invited to Call. Serious trouble is expected at Martins ferry this week unless the strike is settled As the c. L. Amp w. Folks intend to run their trains carrying Coal from West Virginia. No trains have been allowed to carry any Coal since last Friday. A Good ten quart milk bucket at Burnside a for 10 cents. 24-2 a report reaches this City that Charles l. Mcllvain who is attending the Ohio state University at Columbus Ohio has been stricken Down with a severe Case of Small pox. His Many friends Here will regret to learn of the misfortune and Hope for his speedy recovery. The latter Day saints sunday school will observe a childrens Day a on saturday evening june 9th. The programme will he very entertaining As the Young ladies and gentlemen of the sunday school Are taking an Active part in the exercises. E. F. Jenkins has charge of the singing. All Are cordially invited to attend. For purity uniformity and excellency of Quality the River Mills flour excels All others. Be sure to ask for River Mills flour and thereby get the Hest. 22-3 River Mills co. Rev. R. Rock of Dayton Ohio a former pastor of the u. B. Church of this City dropped in on his Many Friend and attended the reunion of the Church saturday and sunday last. Or. Rock has steadily climbed up the ladder and is now one of the Foremost ministers of his denomination in the country a forcible writer and an eloquent speaker. The alarm of fire on saturday evening was occasioned by a Blaze in a building owned by Mary win Spear at the West end of St. Clair Street. The House was unoccupied and the fire seemed to have been of incendiary origin As it was discovered on the floor in the stairway leading upstairs. The fir company did Quick work and quenched the Blaze in Short order. The damage was about $50. The Long wet spell has at last ended or at least been broken by two or three dry Days. Last Friday was the 17th Day that it rained each Day. We Hope this week will give the Farmers a Chance to work their Corn. While we have had no floods yet it kept the ground too wet to. Work. The roads Are As bad As in March. The wheat looks Well and will be ready to Cut by july 4. The oat crop look Well and Corn fair. Burnside a a is Headquarters for All kind of glassware and dishes. 24-2 one of the last acts of the last general Assembly which made an unenviable record was to make a change in the Tracy Law abolishing the infirmary Board of Tuscarawas county so As not to take effect until 1890 instead of 1894. That will appease the Wrath of the Republican members of the Board who had been making a Rome All parties can now proceed to nominate candidates for that office for that period of Ine. Dies vests 5 to 50 cents Calico wrappers 80 cents to $1, at the n. A. Racket store opposite Sherman House. Come and see them. 23-2 Republican convention. Silent As to the usual resolutions on its political leaders. Saturday last the republicans of the county assembled at Eagle Hall this City to select delegates to the state congressional and judicial conventions. A goodly number were present and they came up smiling As though they thought Victory was theirs. The Irish orator prof. Duff of Newcomerstown was chosen presiding officer and j. L. Mcllvain As Secretary. They opened for business about the hour of 10 30 . The convention was noted for its silence on the political issues of the Day. No resolutions were passed and nothing to indicate the Faith of the party. Tuscarawas county presented two candidates for endorsement for Congress Viz . Bovey of Dennison and e. S. Souers of Goshen township. A ballot was taken resulting As follows Souers. 66 Bovey. 48 a Resolution was passed endorsing or. Sours and giving him the privilege to select his own delegates to the congressional convention. As he asked for time to select his delegates the list was not reported to the convention. A recess was then had until half past one of clock. The afternoon session opened by the report of the committee to select delegates to the state convention and the following named gentlemen chosen delegates a. Jones w. H. Loller t. D. Heal e. Bailey j. A. Linn i. I. Cox d. Gannon Samuel Walter w. Tracy same a Slade and John s. Duff. Alternates John w. Oliver Jas. Mills s. P. Miller i. Kline j. T. It orig Peter Lenhart Jacob Milligan or. Mckean George Meese Henry Moreland Frank bean. Report of committee to the judicial convention endorsed t. I. Heal for circuit judge and authorized him to select his own delegates. Their names were not Given to the convention. The committee selected a Central committee and reported As follows Geo. Oliver of Mill township . Tracy of Sandy township e. S. Soures Goshen township p. , of Franklin township s. T. Naylor of Dover township Wardell of Clay township and j. Hostetler of sugar Creek township. The convention adjourned about two of clock. A june Boomer. Cheap Sale Days commencing june 7th. The value of $1.00 will buy you a trimmed hat. Great reduction in All trimmed hats for a few Days Only. We ask the favor of a Call before you Purchase and Promise cheerful and polite attention in every Case. Miss Mattie Meanor East High Street. Base Ball. The games of base Ball last week were Well attended though the game on Friday was stopped by the rain. The game resulted in a Victory for the eclipse by a score of 13 to 7, but the Home team had made 4 runs on an unfinished inning. The game saturday was contested under More favourable circumstances. The Day was Fine. The Home team went first to Bat and made 0, while the eclipse made 5 runs. After that some Good playing was done by both sides. At the ninth inning the Umpire decided three men out on a combination play made by the eclipse while the Home team thought it unfair believing two men out. But the game was so decided and stood 7 to 5 in Faver of the eclipse. The Umpire rendered some queer decisions. We Hope the boys will have better Luck next time. On saturday afternoon at 3 of clock there will he a game Between the real estates and sugar Creek. Battery for the real estates Wagner Britton Jones sugar Creek Price Koehler. A Good game expected. Democratic primary. The democracy of Fairfield township will take notice that the primary will be held in the township House Between the hours of 6 and 9 of clock p. Instead of at the usual voting places. By order of committee. Marriage permits. Henry Normand Mary m. Berkshire. Geo. Wallace Maggie Spencer. We. H. Armstrong Nettie j. Sudduth. Albert a. Shaw Artie Garver. We. Linardy Ellen Daugherty. 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 june 11, 1894. Martin Gillen Charlie Hickman Edward Jones. Jackob Ite Dolfi . Waplington Ulyses Zimmerly Richard Auman Charlie m. Beek Flora Davis Jacoh Wenger. Please say a a advertised when asking for above. D. Wyss p. Around the neighbourhood. The Good people of Garrettsville Portage county Are excited big strike of Gas in its town. There is a pressure of 150 pounds to the Square Inch. Alliance folks contemplate Boring for Gas shortly. Its catching that is the Gas. The Coal miners of Alliance who struck three weeks ago in sympathy with the United mine workers held a meeting last week and after a full discussion of the situation decided to accept the operators offer of $1.05 a ton for mining and return to work. Correspondence. News gathered by our Busy corps of special news gatherers. Baltic at Mohawk Village wednesday and thursday of this week. Jack Wolfarth spent sunday with his father and sister Maggie Here. A. H. Saylor attended commencement at new Berlin last Friday eve. School having closed miss Savannah Wolf has returned to her Home at Baltic. Miss Naomi Norris of Bakersville is spending several weeks Hete visiting relatives. Chas. Barthelmeh and Cousin miss Minnie Smith spent a Day at West Lafayette recently. Victor Little son of a. J. Hoffman was run Over by a Wagon and had a leg broken last saturday. In a game of Ball recent Walter and will Lorenz collided with rather serious results to the former. J. J. Lint and wife Morris lint and wife and or. And mrs. Getz visited friends at Ragersville last sunday. Our base Ball club and the Barros Mills had a game at Barros Mills last Friday. The score stood 8 to 18 in favor of Baltic. Children a Day services at the lutheran Church sunday evening was Well attended and an interesting program rendered. The misses Edith metzer and Cora Stephan have been chosen As delegates to the it. Vernon District up Worth league convention to be held others the skillful wire pullers he lived that Silver should be catered to if the Western and Northwestern states Are to be brought Back into the Republican column in 1896. It is also added that the a a celebrated London interview was in part a plan to conciliate the republicans to a revision of free Silver and High Protection for Campaign purposes in 1896.�?� of course that is what it Means and Tom Reed has simply stolen Don Cameron a Thunder. Don was the great original and some weeks since brought Quay into Camp. Reed shies in with his stolen Banner As the a real original he is Tricky and needs a Good Deal of watching. As a flopper or skip Jack he carries off the laurels of his party rpm. Baker of canal Dover w/11 deliver an address at the y. G. A. Rooms next sunday afternoon at 3 of clock. Subject salvation on business principals. An Earnest request is extended to All to be present at this will be a Public meeting and we want to see All our business men out. Quot this will be our last Chance to hear Rev. Baker for some time on account of his eyes failing him so that he is obliged to leave his charge at canal Dover. I am Selling the Young Many a buggy. Better than Ever. John Myers new Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf William Dunlap died at his Home in Tippecanoe May 25th. He was born May 1, 1862, being at the time of his death aged 32 years and 24 Days. Or. Dunlap was an unusually Large Man weighing in health 450 pounds his body was buried at rankings hurrying ground. The casket in which or. Dunlap was buried was six and one half feet in length Twenty eight inches in Width and Twenty four inches in Democrat. Lyou want flooring siding Ceila ing sawing or any kind of work done take it to A. Parmelee a Mill on East Ray Street. 15tf the Pittsburgh daily7 Post Quot people after due deliberation have reduced the Price or their paper to one cent for their daily Issue sunday excepted to meet the demand of the times. The Post will continue As before with its excellent associate Telegraph service editorials and terse news columns. The print is Clear eight pages and not filled up with six to ten Inch head lines to one Inch of matter As is the Case with Many of the sensational Penny sheets of the Day. The Post arrives at 11 of clock a. And a Good i should he had Here. Try it. At Lehman a Only 65 cents. Full _ fifteen feet Long. Come and exam was Langton Gazette turns the elec under the Erie depot platform Ine them at the old standi 108 Gouth Trie Lig it on tie subject in t ii a Sqq aware at Low prices almost Roadway new Philadelphia o. Borne of the country mines around new Philadelphia have started up it is a matter of common a it Edge among the Republican leaders a even away at the new York Racke Here that such men As senators store opposite the Sherman House Quay Cameron Lodge Wolcott Tel come now for bargains. 23 Ler and Manderson Gen. James \ v at do 111 70cts per Tony an Supply the Clarkson Joseph Manley and denial Jomain Henry Billett or lie Domestic Trade. We can see nothing 11____11__ 1 11 1 i �?T__1 Flynn of Lillutt at Millay poll11 a firm of Billett amp Miller new Phil Adelphia dropped into our office last thursday afternoon and diverted our attention for a few moments. Now come Herald. An interesting game of base Ball was played on the Uhrichsville fair grounds Friday Between the twin City club and the red Cross of Wheeling. It was a close game resulting in favor of the former 3 to 2. For Light hardware go to Burnsides. New novelties daily. 24-2 henry7 Billett Mathias Schneider j. B. Taylor and Maggie Huffman were appointed delegates to attend the Sabbath school convention to be held at port Washington on the 12th inst. Pass Mem along. There is a firm ? in Detroit mich., transacting business under the name of a Pond Lily co.,�?� who Are doing a sort of Confidence game with a number of newspapers throughout the country. Some time ago we inserted an advertisement for one year payable quarterly the first Quarter com la due we sent Bill but what was our Surprise when a letter was received asking us to take pills and peddle them out for our pay7. We made a Cash contract and of course refused. Since then two requests for payment were made and no answers have been Given. This places the concern As doing a fraudulent and swindling business and we advise our Brethren who Are running this advertisement to see that they get their . It is time for the government to take a hand in looking up just such concerns. Parties live been brought before the government for less offences and we can see no reason Why firms who Send out luring baits and then deliberately swindle should not be held for using the mails for fraudulent purposes. There Are a few More whom we shall ventilate shortly7 who Are in the same boat. Millinery. Fine hats at medium prices medium hats at cheap prices ordinary7 hats at unheard of prices. Special bargains in All trimmed hats from $1.00 up at miss Mattie Meanor son East High Street. Estate transfers. To Abigail Gowin Shanesville. Too late for last week mrs. Clara Moyer of Justice was Here last week visiting her parents. Miss Grace Burton of new Philadelphia visited in our town last week. Mrs. John Fox has been Here the past week or two visiting friends and relatives. Miss Sarah Schweitzer and gentleman Friend of Baltic Sun Dayed Here with friends. John Thomas and wife of Millersburg visited friends and relatives Here Over sunday. T. L. Johson. W7ho had been staying at Buffalo n. Y. For several Over a months returned Home last week to stay. Mrs. Mary7 Maxwell and Little daughter of Berlin Sun Dayed with her parents Shies who live South of town. The commencement was Well attended saturday evening and everything passed off nicely. The decorations were very7 pretty and the exercises very entertaining. Let us Hope that the Young ladies and gentlemen May he As successful All through life As they were in delivering their orations. Pansy. -2/nte / at it wrong in allowing the miners to go to work where it does not interfere with the Effort to bring the larger operators to a just and living basis. We Trust the strike is nearing the end and that the minors and operators will agree on at least 70cts per ton in Ohio. All branches of business has suffered and it surely7 will be for the Good of All that a speedy settlement is made. The labor of mining is hard and dangerous and should be amply rewarded. If you buy7 the Deering Ideal Mower with bicycle bearings you can Cut one half More in a day7 than with any other machine because of the Light draft. Call on Waltz amp Schweitzer agents new7 Phila. 17tf real g. W. Gowin 4-10 acre Uhrichsville $300. Henry Geib to Catharine Grafe lot 29, Dover 8200. Uriah and Perry Atkinson to w. O. And Mary f. Roinson lot6, new7-Comerstown, 8200. John Deis or. To Jane Reeves 12 80-100 acres Dover 82120. Orson Lusk to Dorothy Bunch 2 acres Goshen 8500. Abiram Shaws . To John w. Ames 80 acres Rush $782.50 Abiram Shaws . To w. J. Mahaffey7, 10 acres Perry 835. W. Cowan to Annie Daugherty lot 250, Uhrichsville $1100. . Cappel to Howard Mccauley lot 25, Uhrichsville $175. George Betscher it. Al. To henry7 Geib lot 29, Dover $200. Samuel mey7ers, . To mary7 e. And Anna c. Meyers lot 29, Gnaden Hutten $246. W. S. Murphy to John Harding 2 acres Oxford $250. Allen Richardson to Frederick roof 121 18-100 acres Warren $6200. Fritz Reichenbaugh to d. F. And Alice Urshel 317 28-100 acres Wayne $9000. J. F. Kaldenbaugh to Margaret j. Johnson 40 acres Rush $400. Gotlieb Hertzig to Hannah Burgher 3 acres York $150. Go to Lehman a for your w7indow shades only7 18 cents per Shade on Spring rollers and 25 cents Writh fringe a Fine lot. Call and examine my Stock before you buy elsewhere at no. 108 South Broadway new7 Philadelphia o. Subscribe for the times $1.00 per y7ear. It leads them All. Sunday school convention. The 33d, annual convention of the Tuscarawas county sunday school Assoc aviation will he held in port Washington on tuesday wednesday and thursday june 12, 13 and 14th. An interesting program has been prepared for the occasion and All sunday school officers teachers and w7orkers in the county Are earnestly7 invited to attend. Normal and primary work under the direction of competent instructors will be Given special attention. The people of port Washington will hospitably7 entertain All delegates and visitors to the convention. W. A. Pittenger Cor. Sec a. Look Here a at Lehman a 5 and 10 cent store y7ou can get w All paper at 6, 8 and 10 cents per double Roll. A Large lot just received new patterns. Remember Lehman a is the cheapest place in tow7n for All kinds of goods. 108 South Broadw ay7, new Philadelphia o. 1 or. Ottman formerly7 of new7 York now the celebrated examining physician of the France medical and surgical Institute Columbus Ohio by request of Many friends and patients has decided to visit new Philadelphia monday june 11,1894. Consultation and examination free and strictly7 confidential in the private parlor of the Sherman House from 9 a. To 6 p. M., one day7 only7. The doctor is prepared to treat patients on the latest scientific principles. His practice is constantly increasing and is undoubtedly7 larger and More extensive than any other specialist in the United states. Of More than Ordinary skill in his profession he has a heart full of sympathy7 that at once gives encouragement to his patient who know7s that he w ill cure him if it is within the possibility of human skill to do so. He makes a specially of chronic diseases and from many7 y7ears of experience is Able to successfully7 diagnose a Case w without asking questions which seems wonderful to patients and even to physicians w7ho have not the faculty7 themselves. Thousands of people throughout Ohio Pennsylvania and new7 York attest his successful treatment. Over 300 patients visited the Institute the first three Days of last w7eek, and a great majority w7ere new7 patients. Consultation free and strictly7 confidential. New Cumberland. Farmers Are still planting Corn. The Coal famine has not struck us yet. Everybody is disgusted with the weather. Miss Maggie of Canton is visiting friends Here. John s. Graham Wras in town Mon day7 on business. The presbyterians will Riold childrens services june 10. R. T. Scott and w Ife spent sunday at Minerva with friends. The Wetter show people passed through Here last sunday. Miss Della Herron of Sherrodsville is visiting relatives Here. Rev. J. I Vail and son Charlie Are sojourning among friends in Coshocton county. Children a Day services were held in the m. E. Church last sunday evening. A Good attendance. The Rai Niest Day of the season Wras decoration Day. A Little decorating w7as done in the rain. An entertainment was Given at the presbyterian Church in the evening. Our base Ball team went to Rox Ford last saturday and played a combination club made up of players from Uhrichsville Midvale and Rox Ford. Home team defeated�?4 to 0. Carles Valot the Barber of Somer Dale makes a trip to this place every saturday and those fishing w7ork done in this line would do Well to give him their patronage As he is a Good Workman and a Clever fellow7. The Railroad company is guarding their Bridges owing to the Many threats made by the miners Over the country. Black Dick. New pleas court. A a Peoples building and loan co. Is Oscar Albaugh. Foreclosure suit. Bates amp Hance is Peter Rausch it Al. Judgment on co Novit note prayed for. Mary a. Collins is Isaiah Collins. Divorce prayed for on the ground of habitual drunkenness and Gross neglect of duty. John Orris sons is j. H. Maughiman. Co Novit judgment prayed for John Orris sons is j. H. Maughiman. Action on account. Bates amp Hance is Ammon . Judgment on co Novit note prayed for. Mary7 b. Thomas is we. Adams As sheriff. Suit to reach indemnity Bond Given w7hen goods w7ere sold on execution. A. Beyers Patent family flour is the Best flour for All family purposes. Buy no other. You can now7 buy7 it for 80 per sack % bbl. 22-3 River Mills co. Gilmore. Jno. Robinsonw As at Uhrichsville on tuesday7. Burt Gooding w7ent to brio friday7 to visit his sister. Geo. W. Murphy w7as Home from Lorain Over sunday. Becky7 Morris of Birmingham is visiting relatives in town. Theo. Lannings Are spending few day7s with relatives Here. The infant son of Henry helter has been ill the past w7eek. Theo. Morris and family spent sunday7 with relatives Here. Miss Phebe Cappel visited rela Tives near hartw7ood, sunday7. D. Linard and w Ife spent part of last w7eek Writh or. Los Mother on Watson Creek. Charles Schneider and family also Jno Schneider of newcomers tow7n, visited Here last w7eek. After an absence of several months miss Laura Morris returned Satur Day from a Point in Tennessee Diero she has been teaching. Memorial Day could not be prop Erly observed at this place on account of the inclement w7eather the lecture on a Andersonville Pris on delivered in the evening in the m. E. Church by the chaplain of the g. A. R. W7as pronounced excellent bitter Sweet. Satisfy yourself by7 seeing the largest and Best Stock of farm wagons Spring wagons and buggies at John Myers North Broadway new7 Philadelphia Ohio 15tf new7 styles elegantly finished and and fully warranted buggies at John Myers North Broadway new7 Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf the United Brethren reunion. The first reunion of the United Brethren of tuscaraw7as county w7as Leld in new7 Philadelphia. Saturday and sunday. June 2d and 3d. It Wras intended to have delegations from All of the different congregations of the country7. Rev. W. , of Navarre presiding elder of the East District preached an interesting Sermon at the United Brethren Church. The Ery inclement w7eather of the past few7 w7eeks seemed to baffle All efforts to hold the reunion As arranged for but in spite of mud and rain a Large crow7d gathered at springers Park w7est of tow7n. The services of the a began at 2 ., having been deferred on account of weather. The following ministers w7ere present j. F. Renolds Sterling Ohio Simon Corl. Dennison w. R. Leg get Massillon a a. S. Jones and e. V. Cole new7 Phila. H. E. Cole Midale Rev. Reed Mifflin and Rev. R. Ward of Canton also Rev r. Rock of Dayton Ohio. The song services were directed by or. Ward. The opening prayer was offered by Rev. Corl of Dennison. Rev. W. B. Leggett read a paper on the history7 of the United Brethren Church of Tuscarawas county following this or. R. Rock the first pastor of the Church in new Philadelphia gave an interesting ind entertaining address. Or. Rock preached three masterly and eloquent sermons at the United Brethren Church. On Sabbath morning the Church was filled from pulpit to door. Or. Rock preached from the parable of Christ feeding the multitude. He also preached in the evening to a crowded audience. His theme being a the reactor influence of sin or the Back stroke of wrong text prov. 8 36. The people listened with rapt attention to the words of the eloquent minister. At the close of the morning service the pastor Rev. E. V. Cole baptized 6 persons 5 children and 1 adult. The reunion Wras a grand Success. Every one returned to their Homes greatly refreshed. E. V. Cole. The newspaper Hind sight. One of the curious types of humanity that occasionally come under the Microscope is the individual Wiio is super sensitive about spelling and pronunciation and who discovers typographical errors in the newspapers and writes immediate and urgent letters concerning them and the misapplication of terms or the misuse of w ords in the prints of the Day. In a great newspaper office during the intricate process of handling news and other matter in the briefest possible space of time it w ill occasionally occur that a letter w7ill get in upside dow7n,or, having fallen out of the forms in the handling will get Back somew7here in the wrong place and it will sometimes happen that a foreign w Ord w ill take on the wrong gender for the English text or that even a common English w7ord will slip the keen Eye of the proofreaders. And it has been known that a line or paragraph from one article has actually sneaked into the Middle of another article on a a Dolly different subject. Human ingenuity the most extraordinary care the keenest foresight and the strictest discipline seem pow7erless to prevent these things. They go right on Hap pening from Day to day7, and Are infinitely7 More painful to the Man responsible for them than they could possibly7 be to the individual members of society at Large. But i have often wondered what w7ould become of the Hind sight who writes letters calling attention to them the next day7 if they could be prevented. It would Cut off one of the apparently sw7eetest pleasures of daily existence. Hind sight is really the thing that pushes the weak and erring w7orld dispatch. For Sale. At retail and at Cost for 30 Days a Large lot of prime Wall paper for Parlours and Halls some Fine remnants at % Price. All window shades at Cost. All books and sets of books bibles albums and All fancy goods and pocket books at Cost. Paints oils a Large line of varnishes and hard w7ood finish All colors dry and in Oil brushes etc., at Cost. After the Stock has been reduced the drugs Patent medicines fixtures and balance of Stock w7ill be for Sale As w7e propose to go into other Busi Ness. 23-3 new Philadelphia markets. 20 70 85 75 55 50 35 60 75 50 flour Best family per bbl. $ a a a a a a 14 sack. A a new process a a a a a a Amber per sack. Wheat per Bushel. Corn a a a a. Oats a a 44rare u 44oil meal per 100 lbs. Timothy7 seed per Bushel. Clover seed 44 44 6 00 Hay per ton. 10 00 butter per la. 10@12 eggs per Doz. 12 hams per la. 10 shoulders per la. 7@8 sides per la. 7@8 lard 44 44to tallow per la. 04 potatoes per Bushel. 65 chickens per la. 6t� turkeys 44 447@8 geese. 40@50 ducks per la. Announcements. _ de. Times please announce my name As a candidate for the office of county commissioner subject to the decision of the democratic county convention to be held june 21,1894. Adam Miller Oxford township. Please announce the name of John Hines As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision of the democratic county convention at new7comerstow7n, Ohio Une 21, 1894. Democrat of Mill township. Crop report Middle Section. Wheat is looking Fine generally hut is reported As being too rank and lodging some in a few localities. It is reported As heading out generally and in Bloom in a few places. Barley and Rye Are in Fine condition also Oats. Corn continues to suffer from insufficient Sunshine continued w7et and Cool Wreather. It is ref sorted As yellow7, sickly7 and very greedy and much in need of cultivation. Excepting in a few7 localities Timothy and Clover Meadows Are looking Fine Clover is heading some being in Bloom. A few7 localities report insects As damaging the Clover and the prospects Are for a very Light crop. Potatoes Are grow7ing rapidly7, some Are in Bloom. Gardens Are reported to be in poor condition generally tender plants being much damaged by frosts. Tobacco planting is being pushed. Large fruit is falling badly berries Promise an average crop. Strawberries Are reported As rotting in some localities but generally the crop is reported As being in Fine condition and Promise Well. For Sale cheap. Saloon property near a depot on account of ill health. Inquire at the Beo Zachter office. Of. E. Wells. Can you believe it ? hardly7 Well it is True that miss Mattie Meanor the popular East High Street Milliner is Selling beautifully trimmed hats for $1.00�?just think of it but remember this is for a Short time Only. Come in at once and see our bargains. We. Clague of Cincinnati w7ho has been in the employ of Taylor amp Gameter in the plumbing business wishes to inform the Public that he has opened a shop w7ith Wolf Bros winners of this place and w ill do All kinds of plumbing promptly and will guarantee satisfaction in every7 respect. He has had 20 years experience in that line. Leave orders at Wolf Bros tin store. 24-4 seashore excursion Over the Pennsylvania Short lines Low rate round trip tickets to As Bury Park w7ill be sold via Pennsyl Vania Short lines july 7, 8 and 9, on account National educational association meeting. Asbury Park adjoins Ocean Grove Long Branch Cape May Atlantic City Elberon sea Isle Park Barnegat and other delightful w7atering places on the Jer sey coast to All of which the Penn Sylvania lines form the Only route comprised by one Raih Vay system return limit on excursion tickets will be ample for Side trips. For any desired information apply to nearest ticket agent of the Pennsylvania lines or address Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburg a. Persons w7anting Coal will leave or Ders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 18-tf g. W. Mathias. P"01d papers times office. For Sale at the the famous Deering binders and mow ers now have Ball bearings like a Sycicle. Save your horses by buying of Waltz amp Schweitzer. New Philadelphia Ohio. 17tf absolutely pure a Cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Street new York. Notice to contractors. The contractors notice for bids published in the times for the past two weeks by the trustees of the i. O. O. F. Lodge which stated to he opened june 9, 1894, at 2 Has been extended by the trustees until of clock ., june 16, 1894. French process flour. The celebrated a. Beyers Imperial French process flour is now placed on the Market at the unprecedented Low Price of $1 per sack bbl. As a High Grade flour it has no peer in Eastern Ohio. Ask your grocer for it try it and be convinced. 22-3 River Mills co. Why Are so Many people who formerly patronized other clothiers now buying of us Berkoz the people Are Quick to learn where to get the most to the Public. I wish to announce that i have started a milk route and w7ill each Day deliver pure clean milk at the door of any one wishing to buy. A share of the Public patronage is earnestly solicited. Yours respectfully 18-tf Valentine Doerschuk. Fifty years ago the first message Wras sent by Telegraph 44 what hath god the Telegraph Wras opened to the general Public april 1, 1845, and to Day there Are More than 2,000,000 Miles in use. Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cured piles or no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded. Price 25 per Box. For Sale by f. Miller &%8on. Excursion rates to Points in Ohio via Pennsylvania lines in june. Special excursion tickets to Points in Ohio w ill he sold from ticket stations on the Pennsylvania lines in that state at reduced round trip rates As follows to Delaware june 24th and 25th, for the teachers association meeting. Return coupons valid until june3< the inclusive. To Akron account state Epworth league meeting june 25th and 26th, Good to return until june 29th, inclusive. For particulars and time of trains apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent. Mountain and Ocean resorts of the East Are readily reached via Pennsylvania Short lines. The Only route to Cresson and other Cool retreats in the alleghenies. Solid Vestibule trains daily Over these lines to Cresson and Altoona run through to new7 York where connection is made for the White mountains the Adirondacks it. Desert Island and places of summer sojourn in the mountains of Eastern new7 York Vermont new Hampshire and Maine. At new7 York connection is also made for fall River Newport Narragansett pier Martha a \ Ine Yard Nantucket and famous watering places along the Atlantic to which passengers via Pennsylvania lines have Choice of All rail route or palatial steamers of the fall River line from new7 York. Atlantic City Cape May Long Branch Ocean Grove Asbury Park and summer havens along the new7 Jersey coast Are on divisions of the Pennsylvania system which comprises the most desirable route to them. Any desired information w ill he furnished by ticket agents of the Pennsylvania lines or May be obtained by addressing f. Van Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburg Penna. The Lake i sports of Michigan and the Northwest Are brought within easy reach by the Pennsylvania Short lines. During the summer tourist tickets Are sold Over this direct route to it. Clemens Mackinac Petoskey Charlevoix St. Clair Muske on traverse City Sault Ste Marie Joge Bic Lake Mackinaw City a Sable Iron Mountain and Cool retreats in Northern Michigan. Tourist tickets will also be sold Over the Pennsylvania lines via Chicago to Ashland Pelican Lake devils Lake Waukesha wis., and other Lake resorts in the northw7est. Return limit w7ill be ample for an extended so Journ. For details please apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent or address Dusen chief a assistant general passenger agent Pittsburgh a for their Money we give style Quantity and Quality. A it see for yourself. I amp i he new clothiers and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio p. A our merchants tailoring is a Sui to Date a in styles fit and workmanship. A Large assortment of Domestic and imported fabrics % to select from

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