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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 14, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Philadelphia times the largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Remember this when you Plant your Philadelphia Ohio thursday june 14, 1894 volume in number 25 Obj trial amp xxx Eti local melange troops called Here for Zanesville where she expects to stay All summer. The y. P. S. C. E. Will give an ice Cream social thursday evening june 14th, at the residence Fred Klaus. All members Are requested to attend. A Brand new Barber came to Joe foxes sunday morning to live. \ miss Anna Holderbaum and a gentleman Friend Mineral Point is Here visiting the formers parents. Some the Shanesville people expect to attend the sunday school convention at port Washington this week. Mrs. J. Lehmer her two children and her sister is Here from the far West visiting relatives. Pansy. What a this the Cincinnati enquirer saturday says a Case distress More than Ordinary interest came to the notice the police last night officer Stubbs the Walnut Hills police District found an old couple the Man 86 and the woman 85 years old sitting upon the curb and nearly exhausted. They said that they were hungry and did not know where they were going to stay during the night. They went to Central police station where they were cared for. The Man gave his name As Robert Mccann. He said that he formerly ived at canal Dover Ohio. At one time he was very wealthy and had a Happy Home. Sickness entered his family and All his children were taken from him after he had spent part his Fortune to alleviate their sufferings. Then a Bank went to pieces and he lost the remainder his Fortune. For some time past he has been staying with a relative in new Philadelphia but the latter was thrown out work and now . And mrs. Mccann Are trying to work their Way Back to their old Home. Their Case will be Laid before the mayor. Correspondence startling news not about the strike but the wonderful bargains that Are to be had at mrs. Russells. Hats from 25 cents to $2.00. Fine trimmed hats for 98 cents. Call and see us. Bak incr powder new Philadelphia markets. Flour Best family per bbl. $ 3 20 44 44 44 4 4 sack. 70 44 new process 44 44 85 44 Amber per sack .75 wheat per Bushel. 55 Corn 44 44 50 Oats 44 44 35 Rye 44 44 60 Oil meal per 100 lbs. 1 75 Timothy seed per Bushel 2 50 Clover seed 44 44 6 x Hay per ton. 10 x 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 4410 tallow per la. 04 potatoes per Bushel. 65 chickens per la. 6�?T2 turkeys 44 447@8 geese. 40@50 ducks per la. Absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening strength. A latest United states government food report. 108 Wall Street new York Why announcements de. Times please announce my name As a candidate for the office county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention to be held june 21,1894. Adam Miller Oxford township. Please announce the name John h. Hines As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county convention at Newcomerstown Ohio june 21, 1894. Democrat Mill township. Lake Brady Portage co Ohio. The Lake Brady spiritual association will hold their third annual Camp meeting their Beautiful grounds near Ravenna Portage co., Ohio commencing sunday july 1st, and continuing during july and August and closing sunday september 9th, 1894. An unusually Brilliant array speakers and mediums both sexes have been engaged among whom Are the most gifted the platform orators and genuine mediums All phases. Tents and rooms in cottages can be had application for All who wish to visit this Beautiful spot for religious instruction healthful amusement. An excellent band music has been engaged for the season and reduced rates All available railroads. The fourth july Farmers Day August 15th and labor Day september 1st, will be appropriately observed. Boating fishing dancing in the pay illion bathing and Many other innocent amusements Are abundantly provided for. For particulars addres Benjamin f. Lee president 2608 Broadway Cleveland w. J. Stoffel Lake Brady via Kent Ohio a Are so Many people who formerly patronized other clothiers now buying us a june Boomer. Cheap Sale Days commencing june 7th. The value $1.00 will buy you a trimmed hat. Great reduction in All trimmed hats for a few Days Only. We ask the favor a Call before you Purchase and Promise cheerful and polite attention in every Case. Miss Mattie Meanor East High Street. Gilmore. Roy Lanning Dennison is visiting Here. Rev. Humble Uhrichsville visited Here last week. Geo. Fawcett Rock visited his parents Here Over sunday. Philip Lanning and wife visited their son John sunday. Born to Jno. B. Lanning and wife tuesday 5th, a daughter. Miss Mattie Shugert returned to her Home in new Philadelphia monday. Herson Cochran near Newcomerstown visited friends Here last week. Oliver Morris and family Uhrichsville Are visiting his father r. L. Morris. E. S. Watson also d. N. Fowler and daughter were at Uhrichsville ast week. The Mason work for mrs. Frieden Burgos new store room will be begun this week. Miss Annie Crouch called her brother and sister in Law James Crouch and wife Friday. Having closed her term school in Tennessee miss Jennie Berkshire returned to her Home in Perry twp., last week. Willie Thompson Fostoria o., is visiting his sister mrs. John dearth. He delivered a Sermon in the m. P. Church sunday evening. The Little son e. S. Watson is slowly recovering from the effect a fall. While playing the sofa it lost its balance and fell striking its head and was severely bruised. Clarence Ludwig whose Home is about 3y2 Miles North Gilmore was severely Hurt saturday last. While watching the Progress a game Ball which was being played by the Gilmore boys and a few others a Bat flew from the hands a careless player striking him the breast breaking one rib and inflicting serious bruises. Medical Aid was summoned and he was carefully conveyed to his Home. Bitter Sweet. The people Are Quick to learn where to get weather prediction for june. Hicks the weather Prophet hit it pretty Good his May predictions so he dishes up june to us which we May expect. He says 44june the 3d brings new Moon and and the Center a storm period. By that Date a very warm wave will be Well advanced from the West and storm conditions marked Energy will be in sight to All who read general indications. Watch All storms Between 2d and 6th. A Cool dash will follow them. On an touching the 9th and 10th, it will grow very warm again and a series Thunder rain and wind storms will follow each other daily for several Days. From 14th to 17th is a regular period with a Mercury Equinox Central the 16th. Many showers must be expected All along Here with dangerous storms probably. The 20th and 21st Are centers disturbance excited by Mercury Venus and the solstice crisis. Hard storms with Hail and much tightening followed by unseasonable cold. From 26th to 30th Falls a storm period that will bring threatening bluster with some severe storms. Watch them All. Earthquakes and volcanic activity due in new pleas court. Layfayette Edie is Geo. Limbach. Appeal Case. Pennsylvania electric co. Is the Tuscarawas electric co. Action promissory note. J. H. Booth is Charles e. Walton. Action promissory note. Ella j. Kinsey is Conrad Stocker. J. C. Woodcock is j. M. Miller. Appeal Case. John l. Kennedy adm. Of John Booth dec a is Charles w. Wilkin. Suit to test the Validity a promissory note so As to make settlement the estate. For their Money every Good citizen should advise against the destruction property. After the Railroad company asks Protection property the county is held for All losses resulting from riot. Too Many Are Counci Ling destruction property not thinking they Are putting the Burden 011 their own shoulders to make Good the losses by taxation. The Railroad can stand it As Long As the people foot the Bills. If you done to want your taxes increased done to advise destruction property. Notice to contractors. The contractors notice for bids published in the times for the past two weeks by the trustees the i. O. O. F. Lodge which stated to be opened june 9, 1894, at 2 . Has been extended by the trustees until 2 clock ., june 16, 1894. Style Quantity f satisfy yourself by seeing the largest and Best Stock farm wagons Spring wagons and buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio 15tf for Sale cheap. Saloon property near a depot account ill health. Inquire at the Beo Zachter office. Of. Secretary Lamont the War department in a recent tour throughout the Western military posts found a number companies with not a single commissioned officer in command All them doing duty either in detail service in Washington showing off their bedecked forms at social swell gatherings in the different Large cities East. The Secretary has now Given orders for them to repair to their respective regiments and sip a Little rough life. There will no doubt be a howl go up from the Republican press Over this Arbri tray proceedings. The order is just one and should be rigidly enforced. To the Public. I wish to announce that i have started a milk route and will each Day deliver pure clean milk at the door any one wishing to buy. A share the Public patronage is earnestly solicited. Yours respectfully 18-tf Valentine Doerschuk. Real estate transfers. Sarah Wilson to Edward Collar 1 22-1000 acres Goshen $187.50. I. A. Miller to Gottlieb Bahler 20 acres Sugarcreek $850. Sheriff Adams to Mary e. Schildts lots 1 and Dennison $800. C. F. Baker to Jane Reeves % acre canal Dover $3500. E. 8. And Eliza a. Slingluff to Jas. Harbaugh lot 16, Dover $250 r. F. Roberts to Maggie Ward lot 24, Newcomerstown $350. W. H. Riffle to j. B. Sheet lot 10, Uhrichsville $600. Sheriff Adams to Louis wending lot 105, Dover $1250. J. F. Baker to b. F. Catherine Mccormick lot 14, Philipsburg $12, t. F. Sargent to w. S. Harding 35-100 acres Goshen $325. Hannah a. And Salathiel Morris to Mary e. Gilmore 50 acres. Washington $1391.50. Mary e. Hites exc. To j. F. Kirkpatrick lots 17 and 18 Dennison 691.50, Anthony Maloney to Cyrus Hummel 21 16-100 acres York $394.75. Lewis Wilcoxon to j. R. Armstrong 1 acre Mill $200. J. I. Strawn to Christian Kinsey 81 acres York $2500. John meters heirs to r. H. Wain Wright 86% acres Warwick $4,500. R. H. Wainright to the Tuscarawas Valley Coal co., 114 16-100 acres Goshen $9000. Margaret a. And John Burroway to John Harmon 30 acres Rush $500. Marriage permits. Elsworth harsh Emma Gatchet. Chas. M. Meldrum Alberta v. Hammel Jno. Jas. Wengert Rachel Brenisen. We. I. Browne Kitty Davy. Geo. Haas Mary e. Horn. William b. Donaldson Margaret Adamson. Barnhill. Joseph Ramft and . Douglas have returned from the cruel War. We Hope the labor question will be honorable adjusted As the Labouring Man has been sorely oppressed by monopoly. It seems to be a matter bread and butter death. Truly it is a bad state affairs. Our town has been in a state ferment since the strike begun. There is no telling when it will quiet Down As the miners will not be satisfied with less than 70 cts per ton for that is but living wages. About 30 men have been cleaning up the mines and getting them in working order. They have been alternated in this work so As to Aid All them a Little. John Stephenson has been appointed pit Boss at no. 1 mine. Or Stephenson is a practical and successful Miner and we think the right Man for the place. About 75 miners from Sherrodsville came to our town monday and after taking refreshments they in company with about 50 our miners proceeded to a amp Midvale to hold a meeting and while there captured a Coal train and Side tracked it. The Railroad Bridge Over Stillwater was set fire about two clock. The particulars the affair we do not know. Spy. Buckle it 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 pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25? per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. The Lake resorts 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 Muskegon traverse City Sault Ste Marie go Gebic 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 Northwest. Return limit will be ample for an extended sojourn. For details please apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent address Dusen chief a assistant general passenger agent Pittsburgh a. Startling news. Not about the strike but the wonderful bargains that Are had at mrs. Russells. Hats from 25 cents to $2. Trimmed hats 98 cents. Call and see us. New clothiers furnishes Philadelphia Ohio millinery. Fine hats at medium prices medium hats at cheap prices Ordinary hats at unheard prices. Special bargains in All trimmed hats from $1.00 up at miss Mattie Meanor son East High Street. P. A our merchants tailor ing is a up to Date in seashore excursion Over the Pennsylvania Short lines. Low rate round trip tickets to As Bury Park will be sold via Pennsylvania Short lines july 7, 8 and 9, 011 account National educational association meeting. Asbury Park adjoins Ocean Grove Long Branch Cape May Atlantic City Elberon sea Isle Park Barnegat and other delightful watering places the Jersey coast to All which the Pennsylvania lines form the Only route comprised by one railway system. Return limit excursion tickets will be ample for Side trips. For any desired information apply to nearest ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines address Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburg a. Shanesville. H. H. Penrod and e. E. Penrod spent a few Days in Newcomerstown last week. Miss Nona Graf returned last week from a visit to friends and relatives in Canton Akron and Cleveland. Miss Laura Zimmers who taught school Here the past Winter returnee to her Home in Newcomerstown last week. A crowd our Young people fifteen in number went to Doughty a pleasure trip last thursday. A Good time was reported by All. Miss Belle Rice canal Dover is Here visiting relatives. Miss Minnie Koch will leave soon we. Clague Cincinnati who has been in the employ Taylor amp Gameter in the plumbing business wishes to inform the Public that he has opened a shop with Wolf Bros winners this place and will do All kinds plumbing promptly and will guarantee satisfaction in every respect. He has had 20 years experience in that line. Leave orders at Wolf Bros tin store. 24-4 amp workmanship a Large assortment Domestic and imported fabrics new styles elegantly finished and and fully warranted buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf �01d papers for Sale at the times office

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