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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 5, 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 in. New Philadelphia Ohio thursday april 5, 1894. Number 15. A to ital comment local melange the same old Accident. The Coshocton Standard gives that he South bound mail train on the Cleveland a Canton railway due in that City at 11 15 a. 111. Struck a team and Wagon at the crossing of the main Street in Baltic last wednesday instantly killing Joseph Kuenzli and badly injuring Fred Thomas who were in the vehicle. Engineer Cochran states that the attempt of the men to Cross the track while the approaching train was in Plain View was the most Foolhardy proceeding he Ever witnessed. The engines Bell was ringing and the whistle was sounded but in the very face of the danger the team was urged upon the track. The horses were knocked from the track and were Only slightly injured. The unfortunate men had been at the Mill and were on their Way Home. Both were Young men and resided in this county and in the Vicinity of Bakersville. The physicians Are of the opinion that Thomas will recover. He was driving and to his Foo hardiness the calamity is attributable. It is said he was under the influence of liquor Aud that Kuenzli sought to prevent the attempt to Cross the track. When the engine struck the Wagon the harness was torn from the horses backs and they escaped with slight injury. The Wagon was demolished and a Peculiar incident connected with it which was noticed by a bystander was that when the Wagon was struck a tire from a front wheel sprang into the air As if enchanted and started Down the Road rolling almost for fifty Yards before losing its equilibrium and falling Over. Ladies done to fail to go to Spring Bros and get a free trial of that splendid lotion for the complexion Rishforth a Rose Cream. 14tf an old settler gone. John i. Smith a resident of West High St aged 85 years passed peacefully away tuesday at 10-45 a. M. And is now numbered with the unknown throng on the other Shore. The infirmities of old age claimed him for the silent Tomb. Or. Smith was a Well known character in our town and county he was born in Hagerstown Maryland of German parentage. He came to Canton Ohio and in 18.14 moved to Slanesville from there to Dover in 1887 and in 1844 to new Philadelphia where he has resided Ever since having been a resident of our town for 50 years. He was a Saddler by Trade although he engaged in other pursuits at times. The diseased chose As his companion miss Merinda Sterling who after a Long and useful life was claimed by death in the year 1890, eight children were born to them three of whom survive now mrs. Mary Lee of this City mrs. Carrie d. Price of Clinton to and mrs. John of new Philadelphia. They were honoured with 18 grand children and 4 great grand children. Or. Smith and Edward Sargent of North Broadway Are the Only surviving charter members of the Odd fellow society Here. The time honoured father and respected citizen will be Laid to rest on Friday at 2 p. M. Attended by the Odd Fellows of the new Philadelphia Lodge. The following Are the pall bearers who will act As such at the funeral Friday of or. John i. Smith John a. Himes Geo. W. Bowers or. I. C. Gentsch Adam Leiser Jacob Wise and Fred. Glauser. The escort of old gentlemen who will act As an escort in carriages Are a. Bates 4. W. Daugherty j. S. Hull win. Hirst Daniel Korns Andrew Erwin Edward Sargent and Jacob Eichel. Our Rural neighbors from Washington what they Are Doitt in this Busy world of strife. Gilmore. Miss Nora Gooding left monday for Scio College. Rev. Stafford and family Are visiting at i. P. Lannings. Jacob Morris visited at Jesse my milling a sunday. Died sunday april 1st, the infant son of Joseph and Jane Morris in the second year of its age. Interment will take place in West Union cemetery on tuesday. Bert Gooding was at new Philadelphia last week. Theo. Morris and family moved to Gnadenhutten on monday. The m issues May and Cora Helling visited at James Taylor son saturday and sunday. Flem. Roberts closed his Winter term of school at Ross on Friday. Miss Maggie Berkshire visited friends at pleasant Valley saturday and sunday. Miss Nellie Mcfadden visited miss Nora Gooding sunday. A number of our people attended the closing exercises of the pleasant Valley school on saturday and remained for the entertainment at night. Prof. G. H. Beaschler delivered a Sermon in the m. E. Church at West Union on sunday. Bitter Sweet Oxford township fell Over the a it publican _ pure a Cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of All in Leavening strength. Latest United states government food report. Bismarck celebrated his79th birthday on sunday last. Give at demonstrations were made in Honor of tin Man of Iron will. 108 Wall Street new York one Hundred and Nineteen East Liverpool strikers joined Coxey a army when it came by. They will be Wiser in a few Days. New Philadelphia markets. Flour Best family per bbl. $ 3 69 a per sack. 85 new process per sack. 90 Amber per sack. 70 wheat per Bushel. 50 Corn per Bushel. 60 Oats. 35 Kye. 69 Oil meal per 100 pounds. 1 75 com Toby seed per Bushel. 2 50 Clover seed per Bushel. 6 00 Hay. Per ton. 10 00 butter per Pound. 18<i 20 elks. Per dozen. 10 hams per Pound. 10@12 shoulders per Pound. 7@8 sides per Pound. 79 lard per Pound. 10 tallow per Pound. 04 potatoes per Bushel. 60 chickens per Pound. A turkeys per Pound. 7@� geese. 40@50 ducks per Pound. 06 the country is to he afflicted with about three weeks More of the Breckinridge Pollard scandal. It will no doubt end in a hitter feud. Mayor. Enos 8. Souers. Leroy Mcgregor. Councilman s. F. Schweitzer. Jno. C. Joss. We. B. Winch. J. A. Zeel. John Myers. Leroy Springer. Clerk i. A. Correll. John b. Read. Treasurer h. V. Schweitzer. Geo. A. Kaserman marshal we. 4. Frew. John w. Shull. Street com. John w. Erwin. Jas. M. Reardon. Cem. Trustee be. A Deardoff. Geo. W. Knisely. Board educate a w. A. Brown. . Pritchard. N. Sen a user. Fred Glauser. Midvale. The largest crowd Ever assembled in Midvale gathered in panne Lee Hall last Friday evening to witness the closing exercises of two of our schools one of which was taught by miss Amy Mcgill and the other by f. M. Hoopengarner. The entertainment was a free one hut a Good one the dialogues recitations and singing were All admirably rendered while the music by the orchestra would have delighted the heart of the most critical. Midvale parents should he proud of the Talent shown by their children 011 this occasion. The school in the West end of town taught by or. Deming will not close for another month. We should not forget to mention that the entertainment was not an affair of the two schools alone but of All three. Our Musie ads deserve the thanks of the Community for the admirable music which they furnished Gratis. The members of the exhibition desire to thank also or. And mrs. Henry Grib ble for the use of their Organ. X. Y. Z. 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 free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. They were sent up. During the night of january 5th, John Tom and Larry Rourke went to the residence of Samuel Long an aged Farmer near Carrollton and after shooting the big dog they broke into the House. Isabella pea Rob the housekeeper 60 years old ran downstairs after the Trio came up and getting an axe went Back to defend her employer and his property. She then attacked them boldly and the gashes on the body of Tom Rourke made by the plucky old lady a axe were chiefly instrumental in apprehending the gang. While Tom Rourke was fighting for his own life before he succeeded in Felling his assailant old Man Long was knocked senseless and the House searched. A sister of miss Petreh aged 80, received injuries that night from which she died soon afterwards. The men got 8800 in Cash and left the place. Next morning they were trailed to their Home a mile Distant and arrested together. In common pleas court yesterday judge Taylor and Billingsley sentenced John and Tom Rourke each to five years in the Penitentiary and Larry Rourke to four years. The charges were burglary and robbery. It is the first instance in the history of that county where three members of one family were sent to the Penitentiary at one time. Runaway Accident. James mattock of this City was in Dover tuesday buying up rags and As he was pitching them 011 the Wagon the horses took fright and ran away. They came in Contact with a Post which threw the horses around against the Wagon the step of the Wagon penetrating the Side of one of the horses killing it. It was a Good horse and the loss Falls heavily 011 or. Mattock. New Stock. We have put in a Large Well selected new Stock of clothing hats Caps and gents furnishing goods and will continue the clothing business in the stand formerly occupied by Dodd amp Sutton. Our Stock is All new and was bought for Cash at prices that will enable us to give every customer big values. Our new line of Spring and summer suiting has arrived and we invite your inspection we guarantee our merchant tailoring work to be perfect fitting and of tie Best workmanship we Promise Good treatment to All our patrons. Call and see us. Browne it Meyers West High Street. Napoleon Ives who has been reported in a d Ying condition at Tampa fla., is the liveliest Man i existence. He is manipulating in that state at present which is making 1 he hair stand on end of some of the corporations that made it so unpleasant for him a few years ago. Or. 1 ves works in the dark and never shows his hand until he has a full flush. Ragersville. Miss Lida Anderegg will leave Here for her Home in Oberlin Ohio. The Young Ragersville sports were boxing last saturday evening. Some of them Are pretty Clever. The schools will close on next Friday and will have a Union entertainment in the school House. A terrible Accident occurred at Baltic March 27th. Messes. Joe Kinsey and Fred. Thomas were struck by a train. They were repeatedly told not to Cross the track but did not heed the warning. The result was that or. Kinsey was killed and Thomas Hurt probably fatally. It is said that or. Thomas crossed the track prior to this and nearly got caught so if he recovers this May serve As a warning to him in the future. The people of this town and Vicinity have a subscription list out and $50 were subscribed the first Day for the Benefit of mrs. Kinsey. Experience is a dear teacher but it seems some persons will learn no other Way. Later or. Thomas died from his injuries on monday All his ribs were broken Loose. You know. The More chamberlains cough remedy is used the better it is liked. We know of 110 other remedy that gives satisfaction. It is Good when you first catch cold. It is Good when your cough is seated and your lungs Are sore. It is Good in any kind of a cough. We have sold Twenty five dozen of it and every bottle has Given satisfaction. Stedman amp Friedman druggists Minnesota Lake Minn. 50 bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Patrick Walsh editor of tin Augusta chronicle has been appointed As senator from Georgia to succeed the late senator Colquitt. Or. Walsh is 54 years of age. I n manner he is courteous and always approachable. His speeches Are noted for their hold denunciation of sectional animosities in the South or amp Sutton clothing hats Caps i have started a Blacksmith shop 011 the rear of my lot Back of Buckeye planing Mill and am prepared to do All kinds of work in my line. A fair share of patronage respectfully solicited. J. W. Thompson. front rooms and two rear rooms for rent Over the jewelry store of h. E. Espenshied 011 South Broadway suitable for residence. Inquire below at the store. 15tf. H. E. Espenschied. Opening Day. To the ladies of new Philadelphia and Vicinity you Are invited to attend our millinery opening april 5th, and 6th, thursday and Friday at mrs. Russells East High Street new Philadelphia the vetoing of the Silver coinage Bill has brought Forth what might have been expected a free coinage Hill. Had the seigniorage Bill become a Law the extreme advocates of Silver would have been satisfied. No one knows the result of a. Struggle Over the Coffeen Hill for free coinage. We predict it will cause a split in the democratic party. It is a tight to the finish now and tin responsibility must fall upon the Beidler. Our schools closed Friday March 30th, with an entertainment in the afternoon and evening. At 7 80 of clock the crowd began to assemble and in a Short time the room was filled to its utmost capacity. The exercises in the evening were of a literary character. The dialogues and recitations were carefully selected by the teachers and judging by the manner each one performed his part was certainly evident that they had been thoroughly drilled for the occasion. After the closing address by one of the pupils miss Stocker came Forward and in a few appropriate remarks presented mrs. Jas. Nolan the principal with a Beautiful album and Scarf a gift from her scholars mrs. Nolan then responded by thanking the school for the kind manifestations of respect shown her. The school then Sang a parting song and we All went to our respective Homes feeling that the evening had been an enjoyable one to All present. One who was bought at sheriffs Sale look out there is a another new scheme for swindling Farmers. A Slick fellow calling himself an agent is going around under the pretence of securing subscribers for a county map. If a Man does not subscribe they get his name to a certificate stating that his farm has been prop Perly described Etc. This certificate in due time turns out to he an order for one of the maps at ten times its real value and rather than to he at the expense of defending a lawsuit he takes the map and pays the above Stock and Are now closing it out at about fifty cents a genuine Rad ease of croup up Tojo a last night. Close Call. J. Had some of his clothes on last when woke us to get him a bottle of brants Balsam. Says he will have it Handy hereafter. We sell it at Gentsch a drug store. The Chance of your life time for cheap clothing. Done to miss it Chestnut and other kinds of Trees for posts or other kind of Wood for Sale. Inquire at this office. Tea new firm we Are pleased to announce that we have opened a new Philadelphia Ohio business up stairs in the Welty Knisely Block North Broadway new Philadelphia where you will find a full line of foreign and Domestic woolens having had 25 years experience we guarantee a perfect fit. And our prices Are such to suit the times. Come up and visit us whether you want to buy or not Jno. Adams amp son

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