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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 24, 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 May 24, 1894. Number 22. Coxey Brown and Jones will pet 20 Days in jail and a Fine $5 each As a sequel to a to the Ohio legislature adjourned sine die tuesday at 1 p. The whole country draws a sigh Relief. The strike the journeymen painters Chicago has been settled by a compromised both sides finally conceding something. The contract stipulates none but Union painters shall be employed. That is practically saying that a non Union Man shall starve to death. Is this a free country. Local melange. Will somebody choke off the projected canal Cranks. No less than ten immense canals Are talked in this state while those that Are in existence Are being abandoned and sold for a Mere song Given away to Railroad companies. Someone wants to make a fat Little Roll a a Boodle for indigent friends. As per Call made the democratic congressional committee this the 17th District met at Coshocton the 17th inst. And fixed upon thursday june 28th, As the Date and Coshocton As the place for holding the convention. The several counties in the District were represented in the meeting the committee As follows Licking by Ii. Newton Newark Wayne by Hugh a. Hart Wooster Holmes by John a. Mcdowell Millersburg Tuscarawas by H. Benfer Dundee and Coshocton by A Fisher Coshocton. The latest by the miners strike is the shutting Down the waterworks and cutting off water supplies owing to Lack fuel in a number towns Over the country in some sections they threaten All kinds vengeance if Coal is mined for that purpose. This kind work will not gain the sympathy the masses the people and will end in an uprising close to a civil revolution. The Constitution the United states does not give the Power to any sect body people the Power to endanger life property Liberty for by cutting off the water Supply innocent persons they trample every right that is engrafted in the Constitution this free and glorious country. When the Gold bugs the world undertook the repeal Silver legislation thereby making the single Standard senators and congressmen seemed to be moved by some mysterious Power. The Man who advocated the double Standard was looked upon As a Crank. What a revolution sentiment is now taking place among the would be statesmen. They Are trembling in their boots so to speak for the accounting they shall Render to their constituency. The Day reckoning is at hand. He who turned his Back Silver is unworthy to represent the people. The whole world is looking in this great struggle Between the Gold hugs and people. Old England India As Well As the United states Are amazed at the stroke they gave the Commerce the world. The people will speak in Thunder tones hereafter. The it. Vernon Republican is disgusted and dissatisfied with the Way its party with Mckinly at the head Are managing the Penitentiary. The editor that paper Breaks out in spasmodic kicks disgust in the following pungent paragraphs a kick out Warden a kick out the Board managers that wont kick out Warden a kick out the Man that wont kick out the Board that wont kick out Warden kick kick kick a yes kick now. You worked hard to get Mckinly in the place. That is a Sample the administrative ability the Man whom you want to foist upon the people As the next president. By the time his administration As governor closes some More your same ilk who Are parading his name at the top their columns will want themselves taken out in the Back Yard and be kicked As a reminder How foolish they have been. The striking mechanics and miners throughout the country do not seem to know Between the Good and hard times. It seems to be the extreme height Folly when thousands Are out employment by Force Lack work to do for men having jobs to strike for higher pay because a slight reduction wages. Take the Case the Pullman shops near Chicago for instance. The company claimed that they could not do business at even a Small profit and pay the higher wages which have been paid there for years owing to heavy Competition. An offer was made to submit the entire books the company to a committee their employees in proof their assertion. The offer was stubbornly refused and the men dropped their tools and left the shops in a body. Perhaps these men know what they Are doing but at this distance it looks like a very foolish and Boyish piece petulance without excuse palliation. So it is with some the miners. Starvation is staring them in the face and Many know this and Are willing to work but Are forbidden to work until All Are authorized to labor. Good Many the Small operators hereabouts were paying their miners All they demanded but their men went out reluctantly. Following after false prophets and worshipping idols is not a modern invention but dates Back to past Ages read their suffering their persecution and their final submission to the will the inevitable. The convention miners and operators at Cleveland accomplished nothing. The leaders the strike would not listen to a word in favor Compromise they were Well paid for their services while their unfortunate followers Are sitting at their cheerless Homes with bowed Heads empty stomachs and children crying for bread. The situation is Apa fling and will be More so until these Well fed and Well paid leaders will give orders to go to work finally not one bit better off but poorer in every Way. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. The hot and a a a Tickyj Days have come the toughest the year when women turn to thoughts a dress a and Man to thoughts Beer. Decoration Day May 80. W dry goods at H. Kinsey a h. A. the woodworker. Job printing at the times office. Farmers report wheat in splendid condition. Cold snaps is predicted for the rest the month. Mrs. Knisely has returned from her visit in Canton. Or. and wife spent monday with friends in Trenton. For a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m the assessors the county made their returns to the auditor monday. Miss Julia ditto Cleveland is visiting relatives and friends in this City. Simon Gilgen is dangerously ill pneumonia. We Hope he May soon recover. Malvern people want a Bank a National one would not be objectionable. Mrs. James Yant Fostoria is the guest her parents . J. A Otis and wife. Mrs. Laura Spratlen Denver Colorado is visiting her parents L. Kennedy this City. A great Many people from this City attended the g. A. Encampment at Canton last week. W. H. Prosser and wife were called to Cleveland monday to attend the funeral their Nephew. You can buy a Black silk dress at Spring Bros for $3.95, Call and see. The cold wave Satu Day and the few Days following brought Forth the overcoats and Winter wraps. P. H. Quirk Dennison was in town monday business. He is an Engineer in the employ the a. Co for a Good fitting dress Call at the parlor Miller amp Fouts North Broadway. 19-4 miss Ella Hines entertained misses Millie and Carrie Niles and Edith Dearborn in Honor miss Julia ditto. Miss Bertha Kennedy left monday for Cincinnati to visit her brother Edson and to attend the May festival. Miss Fannie Kreusch returned to her Home last week from Cleveland after a visit two weeks with her Brothers and Sisters. See the summer suiting at David Maurera a w. Hight St. 18-3m Rev. G. B. Smith Alliance formerly Uhrichsville was elected state chaplain at the g. A. Encampment at Canton last week. Miss Marion Patrick has returned from los Angelos California where she spent the past six months visiting her Uncle and aunt Joseph Medill and wife. Charles Sturgeon a travelling Salesman living in Uhrichsville dropped dead in the Union depot at Columbus thursday last. Heart disease is the supposed cause. Burnsides is Selling Good hammocks at 75 cents to $1.40 Worth double the Money. 21-2 Custer has returned from Illinois where he has spent the last six weeks erecting a Creamery his farm and planting 2000 fruit Trees. He reports a Fine Outlook for Corn Oats and wheat in that state. Finest line fancy dress found at John h. Kinsey a. Geo. W. Bowers this City and we. Tidrick Newcomerstown were each elected delegates to the National Encampment g. A. At Pittsburg in september at the department Encampment g. A. At Canton last week. I am Selling the Young Many a buggy. Better than Ever. John Myers new Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf Fletcher Douthitt lost his sorrel Colt last week by strangulation. He had tied it out with a rope and in some Way it became entangled drawing the rope so tight about its neck that it choked to death. Spring Bros Are still Selling groceries hit Knock Down prices. We Are Goin to stand by the people. A trial will convince you. We. Nosker East front Street died at 4 . Saturday consumption aged 27 years. His remains were taken to Zanesville monday. Interment took place tuesday under the auspices the i. F. He was unmarried. Two big games base Ball Ball decoration Day at the Park. Done to miss them. Mrs. Marie Knisely us Iraclis Ville is the guest friends and relatives in this City and will attend the alumni banquet. Mrs. We. B. Law Conotton both . And mrs. To Many people in memorial Day. Died monday. Law Are known this county. The readers the Standard and age Coshocton Are enjoying a Fine Batch Reading known As a newspaper there is blood the Hori Zon. Sic Mem town the Waynesburg Hustler has now ceased to Hustle. Monday this week the proprietor concluded to suspend. Want patronage these times catch the papers in the villages in the Short rows. The daily papers contained the notice saturday that . Wells this City was granted a pension under the old Law which would go Back to 1862. The paper not state the rate per month but it will amount to a handsome sum. We Are glad to hear his so Long waiting. Go to Lehman a for your window shades Only 18 cents per Shade Spring rollers and 25 cents with fringe a Fine lot. Call and examine my Stock before you buy elsewhere at no. 108 South Broadway new Philadelphia a. Success \ Zaiss Anu / the Fth goods is complaint is being made that dynamite is being used in the River near this City for fishing. It is to be hoped that the guilty parties will be apprehended and made example to the fullest extent the Law. Spring wraps at half Price at Spring Bros store East High St. Mrs. G. B. Smith is visiting with her daughter mrs. J. Foster Wilkin and family at new Philadelphia and will remain until after the High school commencement to see her grandson Wilber Wilkin graduate. By one has dry Maple sugar lumber they can find a Market for it at h. A. Parmelee a Mill. 15tfjohn Mckenzie this Oky tied at the residence his brother in Law John Dougle East ave., wednesday last consumption. The deceased was 57 years old and unmarried. He was buried in the heat Avenue cemetery revs. J. Kreusch and B. Rust officiated. A. Beyers Patent family flour is the Best flour for All family purposes. Buy no other. You can now buy it for 80 per sack bbl. 22-3 River Mills co. _ the g. A. Will hold sunday memorial services in the cemetery under a Large tent next Sabbath Forenoon. Rev. Ely will deliver the address. Rev. 1. will deliver the address memorial Day May 30, which will take place in the afternoon. The usual program will be carried out As to decorations Etc. Ladies done to fail to Call at the parlor Miller amp Fouts for the latest styles and Best fitting. Our prices As reasonable As any in town. 19-4 they do things up Brown in old a Molly it is said that s. A. Conrad and W. Hossler have finished their examination the condition the Starke county treasurer. The report is 27 feet Long and if printed in the newspapers will Cost Over $3,000. Of what a a Phat take for some fellow up there. Be whizz for purity uniformity and excellency Quality the River Mills flour excels All others. Be sure to ask for River Mills flour and thereby get the Best. 22-3 River Mills co. The school teachers Tuscarawas township Stark county Are out a strike owing to the penurious method adopted by the school Board. They want to pay teachers less than they Are willing to Board them. Better close the schools than hire cheap incompetent teachers As they Are dear at any Price. Satisfy yourself by seeing the largest and Best Stock farm wagons Spring wagons and buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio 15tf Michael Hardman Leetonia. O., a former resident this county died sunday evening last aged 76. He was brought to this City yesterday and buried in the old Cem Efry. Or Hardman at one time owned the Brown farm East town and is Well known to Many in this Vicinity. He was an esteemed citizen and the father . Lyman Hardman Uhrichsville the Only son. He has one daughter mrs. I r. Bertolett Leetonia. The widow also survives. A dispatch to the Penny press says a the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling is increasing its Force watchmen All along the line in anticipation an outbreak among the miners. Watchmen have been put every Bridge and at tunnels two and three at Barton. Miners declare that the Road will have to Stop hauling Scab Coal if the strike is not settled. Coal trains have been stoned at several Points along the line and wednesday Engineer Black was slightly injured by a Stone entering his the German reformed congregation Laid the Corner Stone their new Church yesterday under rather trying circumstances As the rain poured Down while the services were in Progress. The m. E. Church folks gave them the use their Assembly room where the crowd gathered and listened to very Able addresses by revs. J. Dali Man i. D., Akron A. Keller d.d., Hartsville and Kreusch this City. After services they Laid the Corner Stone with the usual ceremonies. We will give a list the articles that were placed in the Corner Stone next week. Call and see the elegant line program services to be held in this City May 29-30. The following is the program services for May 27th and 30th, 1894, by Andrew Crawford Post no. 6, g. A. A Post and visiting comrades will meet at Post Headquarters at 9 a. In., May 27, and be in readiness and proceed by the great Eastern band March to the cemetery where services will be held in the tent at 10 clock a. 10 50 a. Singing by the choir. Directed by prof. Kuhn. Prayer. Reading scripture. choir discourse. Rev. J. W. Ely Eastern band Bingin choir doxology and Benediction. At the conclusion the services at the cemetery the Post will Reform and March to the Post Headquarters and be dismissed. Afternoon. The Post will proceed to Dover and attend services with Ricksecker Post at 2 p. May 30th, detail under the direction Geo. W. Knisely s. V. C., will meet at Headquarters at 9 a. In., proceed to Oldtown and hold memorial services. 1 00 p. A Assembly at their Headquarters and be ready to Start Parade at 1 30 p. In the following line March Viz form South Broadway right Esting the Public Square. Gun squad under command Comrade Reverdy Kirby. Andrew Crawford Post no. 6, g. A. R., visiting comrades and Exso Diers. Union command no. 55, u. V. U. School children. Co. M., 17th regiment N. G. Senior order american mechanics. New Philadelphia fire department. Citizens. Line March North Broad Way to fair West fair to sixth South sixth to High East High to its intersection with fifth Street where the children the Public schools will join the procession and continue East High to second North second to cemetery. Decoration soldiers Graves by the school children under the direction comrades prof. Maurer and teachers the Public schools during music by the band. Assemble at tent. Singing by the choir . L s. Winters singing by the choir proceed to soldiers lot where g. A. Memorial services will be held by Andrew Crawford Post. Procession will then be re formed and March to soldiers Monument the Public Square where All will join in singing Benediction and dismissal. Daniel Korns it i. A. Correll marshals. G. W. Knisely qui Vive dub. The following items were handed in last week to late for publication the qui Vive club was delightfully entertained at the Home mrs. Graham monday evening. On account its being election the regular history Reading was dispensed with and a miscellaneous program prepared by the president Hoover added much to the enjoyment the social half hour. Election resulted As follows president mrs. Roseland Graham vice . Georgia Maurer critics mrs. Ini. A. Boothe treasurer mrs. Albinia Douthitt Secretary mrs. Lucy Winch. Executive com mrs. Ini. Schweitzer mrs. Lulu Schott mrs. Lulu bar Les. Immediately after All business matters were attended to the company were invited to repair to the dining room where a pleasant Surprise awaited them and while they enjoyed the fragrant Coffee delicate cake and ice Cream the out going officers were remembered complimented and thanked for Good work done. The club is limited to twelve members mesdames Walton batters Liell Gentsch Winch Bartles Maurer Schott Hoover Douthitt Boothe Graham Schweitzer. The dance Given by the Dover and new Phila. Young people a few Days ago was a grand Success. Among those present from the City were . And mrs. I. Ludwick . And mrs. B. Schweitzer mrs. Of Connell misses Cora Schweitzer Madge Zell Ner Ella Lanier Alice Latimer Gertrude Spence Nano Boothe Wilma Walter Ina Savidge Carrie Niles Daisy and messes. Stelling Knisely Chas. Spence de. Schweitzer Scott Keplinger Chas. Conway John Adams Walter Albaugh Willie Jenkins and Frank Smith. Univ Newcomerstown Index. A r rfis3 goods not Onsi carpets lace Over 10,000 people witnessed the curtains Etc., at John h. Kinsey Lay ing the Corner Stone at Cadiz. One the newspaper Over in that town says that there Are three other Corner stones to be Laid As equally important As the one Laid and invite other societies to take action. Fine silk belts All shades with Silver and Gold buckles at Halls jewelry store. Ladies Call and examine them. 18-6 Walton Legget aged 76 years died last week at his late residence near Roxford. He was a prominent and highly respectable citizen and leaves a wife 4 children 23 grand children and 2 great grand children. His remains were Laid away to rest near his Jimne Rev. Lamaster officiating. If you want flooring siding Ceil try a Box the celebrated work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill East Ray Street. To St the court common pleas Der the new jury Law appointed a jury commission last week. It is the duty the commission to make selection 400 names and put them in the Box. Then the jurors Are drawn from the Box for each term. Heretofore the township trustees performed this work. The following persons were selected As members the Board in Tuscarawas county . Lewis canal Dover Thomas Forbes Uhrichsville L. Alvaine new Phila., and p. A. Garver Strasburg. We regard these parties As capable men who will Endeavor to get the Best Timber in the Box to draw from. Pear ing sawing any kind Wood polish for brass Nickel and silverware any thing that tarnishes at Halls jewelry store e. High St. 18-6 a coincident. We met . A. Beers Newcomerstown Friday evening just As he landed from his trip South. The doctor visited Chattanooga and the Battle ground missionary Ridge and to his Surprise and gratification he met general Boynton 011 that memorable Field within a Hundred feet the spot where the general was wounded and where . Beers dressed his wound. It was a Happy meeting course and one wholly unexpected being in such striking contrast to the circumstances and conditions under which they met that spot in 1864, about 31 years ago. Or. Beers is a close observer a Good conversationalist and gave an interesting description trip the country and its Progress the people towns Etc. Marched in att out again. A crowd Coal miners marched through town tuesday called Benny Grimm to have him quit hauling Slack for the water works then went to Simon Hensel mine and George Mathias and ordered them to quit operating. It is said that threats violence were made but we Trust that is a Mere Rumor for the people this Community would not stand that. We would like to see the miners get a raise but not by violence. The Effort to close the Little country mines that Supply individuals and do not furnish Public works is not right for that effects the very citizens that Are in sympathy with the miners and those that would Aid them. It is Best to be Law abiding and have the sympathy the masses. It appears to me that the weather is somewhat out joint. That a Street crossing should be at Burnside a Corner. That we should have a grand Celebration decoration Day. That the work around the court House should be finished. That parties who have Idle capital should build a new opera House. That it is about time that Congress do something with the Wilson Bill. That there is not so much Coxey ism As there was a Short time ago. That the surface soil should be taken from our streets and a Good layer gravel used instead. That Snow in Tennessee and Kentucky in May is something a Little out the usual order things. That something ought to be done in the Way getting Coal for the use cities Many Are almost out and water will be Short. What then that from reports the cold Rains and frosts have not injured the crops in the Northwest but they have played havoc with the locusts and chinch bugs. Printed ducks. Ever heard them Well they Are the most stylish Wash fabrics. Hundreds pretty summer suits will come from our 1000 Yards and the colouring a pretty blues with White dots and fashionable tans with Small figures Plain White and to 11, a to it y Are just the ones Correct dressers Admire. There is Wear and style. They Are 30 full inches in Width. At 15 cents per Yard. New Philadelphia s. S. Urfer. Coming events. Memorial sunday May 27th. Decoration Day wednesday May 30th. Democratic state convention at Columbus june 28th. Ohio state sunday school convention at Dayton june 5, 6 and 7. Republican county convention at new Philadelphia August 4th. Republican state convention at Columbus june 5thand 6th. Ohio state teachers association at Delaware july 10, 11 and 12. National educational association at Asbury Park a j., july 6-13. State convention Christian Endeavor at Youngstown july 9-11. Democratic congressional District convention at Coshocton june 28th. Democratic county convention a Newcomerstown june21st. The county teachers examination will be held in canal Dover saturday May 26. International Christian Endeavor convention at it. Pleasant o., june 28 and 29. Tuscarawas county sunday school convention at port Washington june 12-14. Epworth league convention new Philadelphia District at Flushing August 29 and 30. The Tuscarawas county society Christian Endeavor will hold their convention at Newcomerstown August 27 and 28. The famous Deer ing binders and mowers now have Ball bearings like a Sycicle. Save your horses by buying Waltz amp Schweitzer. New Philadelphia Chio. 17tf the Cadiz Celebration. The laying the Corner Stone Over at Cadiz last thursday attracted As Large a crowd As was Ever in the town. The people Cadiz had made ample preparation and every body had Good accommodations and was treated royally. There was probably 10,000 visitors present. The weather w As against carrying out the program and caused the procession to disband after reaching the Public Square. The procession masons was nearly half a mile Long and made an imposing appearance. About 3 clock the rain ceased and the grand master the state Jiro needed to Lay the Corner Stone. Hon. John a. Bingham followed Writh an address when the rain again poured Down preventing further speaking. The new court House will be an imposing Structure a credit to the town and county. When we remember the Cost the Tuscarawas county court House we wonder at the Harrison people getting a contract so Low for so Fine a building. The occasion while disturbed by the rain was an enjoyable one after All and everybody seemed Happy. The Cadiz people welcomed the great throng and everything possible to make All comfortable. We Are under obligations to judge Pearse for courtesies extended and wish that his eloquence May be heard in this new Temple Justice for Many years to come. We were pleased to grasp so Many our old friends by the hand w Liony we had not seen for years. Our Rural neighbors what they Are doing in this Busy world strife. Gilmore. Miss Maggie Berkshire visited relatives in West Chester last we Eek. Miss Nora Gooding returned to Scio College Friday. Misses Della fowl Ler and Laura Mccollough we Ere at Gnadenhutten one Day last we Eek. Willis Simmerman and w Ife near Paoli visited at Jno. Altona a recently. Mrs. Linda Wilson and son Nate visited at . Hefling a sunday. Philip Lanning Wras in Dennison one Day last w Eek. Miss Ella Morris Wras in Gnadenhutten Friday. Rev. J. Murphy preached in the m. P. Church sunday 3 p. In., and elder w. Tomson preached in the disciple Church saturday evening sunday morning and evening. Bitter Sweet. Port Washington. Capt. Samuel Slade attended the laying the Corner Stone the new court House at Cadiz last week. Quite a number persons from Dennison came to our place last week to fish. They reported having Good Luck and a Good time. Two persons from Barnesville o., drove into Tow n last Friday morning about 4 clock and put up their team at the livery stable. From appearances they had been dissipating during the night and continued to do so. After dinner they concluded to take a drive and take in the town and As they were in a hurry going Over the Bridge the mayor arrested them for fast driving. The Driver jumped out the buggy and ran officer f. J. Demuth gave Chase and captured him. The mayor fined him $2 and Cost. From the Way the party swore and the language used he should have had the full extent the Law. Come . Mayor get some miss Kittie Bruner visited friends at Uhrichsville a few Days last we Eek. Some our boys went to Dennison last saturday to witness a game base Ball but the Massillon club failed to put in their appearance. Peter Spang to House was sold at sheriffs Sale last we Eek and we As purchased by an aged couple. We have failed to learn the name. The Man claims to be a retired doctor. Trix. Rigged farm and Are sawing Good lumber. Christ Steen has a horse and buggy and he know s How to drive. We. Eckert has moved to the Borland farm. Joe ramp is planting Tiow ers. Enos his is gardening. John l. Davis is confined to his room with lung trouble and his recovery is doubtful. Or. Davis Wras pit Boss for twelve years at this place and has the sympathy our citizens. An old Miner. / hammocks. Shanes Ville. The v Eather is cold and very disagreeable. . Peters and daughter Cora Millersburg we Ere Here visiting relatives last we Eek. A number our Young ladies and gentlemen had quite a pleasant afternoon in the country at Kriegs sunday May 13. Or. And mrs. Parsons visited in Canton last w Eek. What a Broad smile de. Ridle wears since that new boy baby came to their Bouse to live. Miss Victoria Groh and Friend Coshocton we Ere Here a visit to the former a sister mrs. Frank Naragon saturday. The second annual High school commencement will be held saturday evening May 26, at 8 clock in the reformed Church. There we ill be eleven graduates. All Are invited to attend. Jim Maxwell canal Dover is Here teaming for the lumber men. Quite a number our people attended the g. A. Encampment last we Eek. The Standard Oil company feels Happy Over the prospects Oil since they have struck an Oil Rock. Or. And mrs. John Hoover canal Dover we Ere Here sunday visiting relatives. Mrs. L. Zollars spent several Days in Canton last we Eek. Several the boys wrent to Baltic saturday evening although the weather was far from being pleasant to attend a dance. But behold when they arrived there the Baltic people knew nothing a dance so they had to come jogging Home through the rain without one bit fun. Boys the entire Community sympathize with you. It seems that the boys always get left. Mrs. Fred Sliffe and miss Laura Koch canal Dover visited in our town Over sunday. Quite a brigade that Wras that we ent Lowll front Street sunday night. The people living that Street had retired for the night but hearing such an enormous noise arose from their Beds thinking their time had come and after making numerous inquiries found out that it w As Only the Young Peoples Christian Endeavor society out for a stroll. Quite a compliment he Pansy. Sherrodsville. A. Wetter a three big shows worlds menagerie will be Here the 29th this month. Done to fail to go. We. Lemaster sold his Fine bred Mare to . Aldridge for $200. The doctor has one the finest driving teams in this part the country. Judge Taylor Carrollton passed through town last we Eek 011 his Way from Cadiz. The judge is looking Hale and Hearty. He spent a few hours Here calling Many friends. We. Allmon beautified the front his business rooms with a coat paint. A. H. Myers and A. Klotz the former candidate for clerk court the latter for infirmary director w Ere in town one Day last week. , Massillon made a professional Call Here last tuesday. Same a Canadian a a Pony not pass at Millers. David James and wife Sun Dayed with friends in Somerdale. Prof. Charlile Dell called 011 his Friend . Amos sunday eve. Never in the history our town has the Board health taken such an Active part in giving the town a general and thorough cleaning up As the present Board is doing this has been a Long Felt and needed want. The conference Between operators and miners held at Cleveland last we Eek after vain attempts to come to some sort settlement finally adjourned without accomplishing anything. The miners this Valley Are All standing firm to their belief that Victory will be theirs. Over thirty carloads Coal passed Over the Wheeling amp Lake Erie Road to Day monday. Look Here at Lehman a 5 and 10 cent store you 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 town for All kinds goods. 108 South Broadway new Philadel phia A base Ball the game Ball at the athletic grounds 011 saturday last was a tame affair so far As playing we As concerned. It we As a raw cold Day and the boys could not keep warm. The game closed at the first half the fifth inning with a score 6 to 3 in favor the a real Canton can to play Ball and if they can let them Trot out their Best nine and bring them Down. An Opportunity w ill be Given the Lover the game to witness two the Best games Ever played in this City May 30th. One w ill take place at 10 clock in the morning and the other at 3 30 . Done to miss seeing the real estates play this occasion As they we ill appear in their new uniforms. It we ill be an exciting Day and an enjoyable occasion. Marriage permits. James pm eggans Olive m. Ryan. Charles c. Mathias Minnie Corl. Isaac m. Smith Maggie i. Mercer. John h. Benson Harriet Jones. Robert Rem Vicki Barbara Bippus. Done to fail to Call and see our 50? hats we give great bargains for the next two w weeks in untrimmed hats and trimmed hats go at a sacrifice. 21-2 Mattie Meanor. Home seekers excursion to the Northwest West Southwest and South via Pennsylvania lines. May 29th special excursion tickets to Points in Northwest West South West and South will be sold at principal ticket stations 011 the Pennsylvania lines. Tickets will be Good returning thirty Days. For details please apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent address Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburgh a. At Lehman a Only 65 cents. Full fifteen feet Long. Come and examine them at the old stand 108 South Broadway new Philadelphia Announcements. Please announce the name John h. Hines As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision the democratic county Eoven Tion at new Comertown Ohio june 21, 1894. Democrat Mill township. Democratic convention. The democratic voters the seventeenth District Ohio composed the counties Coshocton Licking Holmes Tuscarawas and Wayne Are hereby notified that the democratic congressional convention said District we ill be held at Coshocton o., 011 thursday june 28, 1894, at 2 clock p. 111., for the purpose nominating the democratic candidate for member Congress in this District. The basis representation to we hic i each the said counties shall be entitled to delegates is following ratio. One Delegate for each 100 votes cast for Lawrence t. Neal for governor at the state election in november 1893, and additional Delegate for each fraction fifty More votes so cast. The several counties will be entitled to the following number delegates in said convention respectively to we it absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking pow Der. Highest All in Leavening strength latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Street new York. Coshocton. Holmes. Licking. Tuscarawas. Wayne. Basis. 3441 2914 5368 5331 4476 delegates. 34 29 54 52 45 by order the democratic congressional committee the seventeenth District. J. H. Newton chairman Fisher Secretary. Democratic county convention. The democrats Tuscarawas county Ohio will hold their next annual convention thursday june 21, 1894, at 10 clock a. 111., at the Tow n Hall in newcomers Tow ii Ohio As fixed by the last county convention the candidates to be placed in nomination Are one county auditor. One commissioner. One Coroner. The convention we ill also select delegates to the state judicial circuit and congressional conventions. The democratic voters will meet at their usual places for holding elections in each township and voting precinct tuesday june 19, 1894, Between the hours 2,30 clock and 5 30 clock p. M., Standard time to choose delegates to said convention excepting the townships Dover Goshen Mill Sandy and Oxford in which said townships the democratic voters we ill meet at their usual places holding elections 011 the same Day Betws Een the hours 4 clock p. M., and 7 clock p. M., Standard time to choose delegates to said convention. The basis representation is one Delegate for every Twenty five votes cast for Hon. Law rence t. Neal for governor at the last annual election and one Delegate for every fraction thirteen votes Over so cast. Upon said basis representation the respective townships and voting precincts Are entitled to the follow ing number delegates. Auburn a. Bucks East precinct. West a a. Clay. Dover precinct no. 1. 44 44 44 9 44 44 44 j 44 44 44 Fairfield. Franklin. Goshen precinct no Why French process flour. / the celebrated a. Beyers Imperial French process flour is now placed 011 the Market at the unprecedented lows Price $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. Y. A. Praise service next sunday afternoon at the y. A. Rooms at 3 clock. This is a Public meeting and a cordial invitation is extended to All. Prof. Shott will have charge the meeting. Binding will be under the direction w. H. Pope. Come and spend a pleasant hour. Rishforth a Rose Cream is the Queen the complexion Beautiful ers imparts to the skin clearness color brilliancy and that healthful glow so much admired in youth. For Sale in new Philadelphia by John h. Kinsey at Spring Bros. Agent wanted everywhere. 22tf i old papers for Sale at this office. Just the thing to place under carpets this Spring. Come now. Persons wanting Coal we ill 1 eave orders at Mathias amp Dicks store. 18-tf g. W. Mathias. Barnhill. The strike is still upon us. The company which bought the mines Here Are putting Brock Hill mine in running order. There Are about 25 men employed at the mine cleaning up and posting the entry. There we Ere about a dozen men went to we Ork at a ditch at mine no. 1 monday to let out the water we hich had accumulated since the mine shut Down. We have an organization Here the knights labor Over one Hundred and they Are determined to stand for their rights but there is some complaint that part the men Are we Ork ing and part Are out and it seems that the w Ork should be divided and a change w orders every Day to so that All could have a Chance to make a living. We Hope there we ill be no selfishness and that each one May have equal Chance. We Hope that the operators we ill agree to give the miners Justice and living we Ages once More and bring cheer and happiness to our hard toilers. The operators Here would give the Price demanded and wre Hope to see this matter settled in a few Days at most. Joseph Hurst has been appointed pit Boss at mine no. 1. He is the right Man in the right place As his past record will show. Beans and Herron have moved their saw Mill to Beaverdam the buy the Deering Ideal Mower that took first prize at the worlds fair. It is the Only Mower made with Ball bearings. Waltz amp Schweitzer 17tf new Philadelphia Ohio. Excursion rates to Points in Ohio via Pennsylvania lines in june. Special excursion tickets to Points in Ohio we ill be sold from ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines in that state at reduced round trip rates As follows to Columbus june 4th and 5th, Good returning until june 7th, account Republican state convention. To Dayton june 4th and 5th, account sunday school association meeting. Tickets Good returning until june 8th, inclusive. To Columbus june 5th, and 6th, Good returning until june 9th, inclusive account prohibition party convention. To Delaware june 24th and 25th, for the teachers association meeting. Return coupons valid until june 30th, inclusive. To Akron account state Epworth league meeting june 25th and 26th, Good to return until june 29th, inclusive. For particulars and time trains apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent. Notice to contractors. Until 2 clock p. In., june 9, 1894, the trustees the new Philadel phia Lodge i. Of we ill receive bids for the superstructure their new Lodge building including All the necessary labor and material required to Complete the building As indicated by the plans and specifications file with the trustees in new Philadelphia and also w Ith architect Romig canal Dover All bids must be sealed and accompanied with an approved Bond in the sum one fourth the amount the bid and conditioned for the faithful performance the we Ork. Apply to architect trustee for Blanks. Grimes \ John a. Himes trustees. 6 3 6 5 9 8 6 6 5 6 5 5 8 4 5 8 7 7 5 4 6 6 7 9 4 3 10 8 10 1 8 Warren. 3 Warwick. 5 Washington. 4 Stork. 1. A a a a a a 2. 4 4 4 4 4 4 a 44 44 44 a u 44 44 5. 44 44 44 g Jefferson. Lawrence. Mill Uhrichsville precinct no 1 44 44 44 44 a 44 44 44 44 j Mill Dennison a a a a 1 44 44 44 44 9 Oxford. Perry. Rush. Salem. Sandy. Sugar Creek. Union. Wayne. Munji a Jln ill Ltd / Johns. Knisely May 24, 1894. 22-2 total. 210 by order the democratic executive committee. Geo. W. Finney chairman. Harvey Barnhill Secretary. More sickness is due to a diseased nervous system than to All other causes combined. Or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer acts directly the nerve system to restore nerve Force and health. Sold agent sch a drug store. 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 the Light draft. Call Waltz amp Schweitzer agents new Phila. 17tf 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 4, 1894. Mrs. Frank Mathias prof. John Mullen sue Speis Josie Walker Jan is Marin homr. Wolf. Please say a a advertised when ask ing for above. I. Wyss p. Magic dyes largest 10 cent pkg. Color most goods do not fade like other dyes. We sell them Gentsch a drug store. We have Given a. Bippus amp son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutria Cious and fret from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. Wanted an intelligent Man Good Penman a member s. Of v school teacher preferred to super intend the w Ork a corps agents canvassing for a specially in the county Tuscarawas o., also to take charge the delivering and collecting steady employment Good pay to right party. Address W. C amp co., 233 South sixth Street Phila Delphia a. _ 21-3t to the Public. I we ish to announce that i hav started a milk route and will each Day deliver pure clean milk at the door any one wishing to buy. Share the Public patronage is earn Estly solicited. Yours respectfully 18-tf Valentine Doerschuk. New styles elegantly finished and and fully warranted buggies at John Myers. North Broadway new Phila Delphia Ohio. Lotf baking powder Are so Many people who formerly patronized other clothiers now buying us Berkoz the people Are Quick to learn where to get the most for their Money we give style Quantity and Quality. I see for yourself. I amp the new clothiers and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio p. A our merchants tailor ing is a up to Date in styles fit and workmanship. A Large assortment Domestic and imported fabrics to select from

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