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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 12, 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 12, 1894. Number 16 a i it Ito vial comment a pleasant evening was spent on tuesday evening at the Home of Christ. Neiderhauser sat a Surprise carpet rag sewing. Miss Mary alter of new Philadelphia spent several Days the past week a guest in the family of h. Harvey at the City Pointer. H. E. Burnside has just received another big shipment of Granite Ware which he will it Eil at almost half its actual value 15-2 there will be a meeting of All the alumni of the new Philadelphia High school in the y. M. C. A. Lecture room thursday evening april 12, at 7 80 of clock. Aii High school graduates and any interested in an alumni association Are invited to be present. One of the finest Oak mantels was shipped from h. A. Parmelee a Mill lately to Freeport and goes into a new residence there. Lotf or. I. C. Gentsch assistant medi Cal referee of Washington returned to his Post of duty on monday. We made a mistake last week in classing him As medical examiner. Or. Gentsch holds the second highest position in the medical department. Burnside is receiving new Wall papers almost every Vlay Jimil an show you the nicest line in the City. 15-2 the presbytery of Steubenville will meet in the presbyterian Church of this City next monday at 7 80 p. A the opening Sermon will be preached by Rev. O. V. Stewart of Steubenville. Tuesday evening will be devoted to missionary addresses if time permits. Aii Are kindly invited to its sessions. If you want flooring siding ceiling sawing or any kind of Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill on East Ray Street. 15tf a lot of sports of canal Dover and new Philadelphia had arranged for a Cocking main at Coney Island the other Day. Sheriff Adams got on to their scheme and concluded to be an interested Spectator for a time. The boys did not like his present and disbanded. They had about a dozen game chickens for the fray. The article on life insurance on the first Page contains some facts that you ought to hear. Harry caseber win. Wolf we. Rogers were arranged in court on wednesday morning and plead guilty to the charge of Bur Garly and larceny. Caseber was sentenced for one year in the Penitentiary Wolf two years Rogers three years. They will be taken to Columbus to Day thursday local melange our Rural neighbors Massachusetts will not have women suffrage in her municipal affairs. A vote to that effect was taken in the legislature and tie measure Defeated by 23 to 13. What they Are doing in this Busy world of strife. Shanesville. Or. And mrs. Barnhouse were Here last week on a visit to the latter a sister miss Laura Zimmer. Last thursday was the 70th birthday of William Haskins and it was Well remembered by his six daughters and one son who All came Home bringing with them costly presents. A very pleasant Day was spent by All. E. A. Richardson paid a Short visit to our town last week. Quite a number of our people attended the commencement at Baltic Friday evening. Edwin Doerschuk returned from Tiffin last week. He had been going to school there for sometime past but will stay at Home now for awhile on account of ill health. Ai. Shie of Barnhill was Here on a visit to friends and relatives. Joe Fox has moved into Kriegs House. Mrs. Henry Cra Zand Little daughter of Toledo was Here visiting relatives. Gust Goeler has been on the sick list for the last week. Nearly All of the folks attended the commencement at Sugarcreek saturday evening. Mrs. Jacob Cratz returned Home last week. She has spent the Winter with her sons at Toledo. Quite a number of the boys were out driving sunday. Ai. Says that he is in Clover As Long As i r. Springer does not come Back. Pansy. Stuberville and Toronto papers Are growling Over the barns called depots Given them by the railroads. Done to mind it gentlemen the Silver lined Clouds will be along some Day. Baking War order last weeks Newark was brimful of High toned roosters. The democrats made a clean sweep in that place redeeming the City from Republican Rule. Well done Newark shake l. Johnson Isa Wideawake Man and As a manufacturer is successful. He will make Lorain Blossom As the Rose the courage and grit of or. Johnson is to be admired not Only As a manufacturer but also As a statesman. Senator Kyle is after the sweater system now in Vogue in the Many Large cities. He has introduced a Bill that will if passed Knock that inhuman practice clean out of existence. It is a measure that should meet the Hearty approval of every Christian Man woman and child in the land. Crooked run. The n cold spell the last two week9, has done much damage to the wheat and fruit. The Oats that were sown Early will have to be sown Over. The services at the German Church was largely attended last Sabbath and quite a number were taken into Church Fellowship. The germans Are among our Best citizens and we wish them Success. Our schools will close next Friday and we expect a Good time. We will report later or. Merges was elected supervisor in our District for the 4th time. Well the roads Are a looking up and so is Christ. John Murry has been on the sick list but is convalescing now. Of. Overholt is repairing his dwelling. Or. R. Kern is doing the work. The reaper death has again invaded our neighbourhood a reaps the bearded Grain at a breath and the Flowers that grow this time he enters the Home of William crites and claims their youngest daughter. She left school last monday not feeling Well. Little did her teacher and school mates think when she left them that on the following monday they would follow her to her Tomb for she was the picture of health and Beauty. The fond parents can Only think. There a a pair of Loving hands Laid to rest forever More there a two Rosy dimpled Cheeks whose Rich blossoming is Over. She will Wake in fairer lands where the Angels voices sing there the flow ret shall expand there shall love perfection bring. Archbishop Ireland in a speech be for the military order of tiie Loyal legion in new York one Day last week gave a sentiment that deserves a place in the heart of every True american and should also be a motto for Public officials. He says a the i Iboje official is appointed for the Peoples Good and is sworn to work for it. If he prostitutes his office legislative or executive to enrich himself or his friends he has sold his country for Gold and he is a clothing hats Caps Uhric Huv Ille. Over two Hundred republicans voted the citizens ticket last week at the election. They feel ashamed of themselves now. The Banner township still remains in the Republican column. C. B. Thompson spent last week in Cleveland. Or. Mckinley is seriously ill and his recovery is doubtful. The City Council has refused to pay font racer Rosser any More Money until he completes the pavement of main Street according to contract. Quite a number of our citizens were before the grand jury last week. It is also reported that some of the Young men took on too much fire water. Boys done to disgrace your town again. L. B. Haskins jr., is on the sick list. James Anderson one of the City a a dads was at the county seat last week. Gents furnishing we bought at sheriffs Sale the above Stock and Are now closing it out at about fifty cents enclose stamp for reply to mrs. Lena Cooper 1534 Lorain st., Clevelan to learn How her life was saved by or. Wheelers nerve vitalize the great cure for nervous diseases. Warranted by Gentoo he a drug store. A genuine resolutions of respect. In a meeting of new Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, i. O. O. F., on the 3rd inst., the following preamble and resolutions were adopted whereas it has pleased an Al Wise god to remove from our midst brother John i. Smith a member of our Lodge and As expressive of the feelings of this Lodge at this sad bereavement be it resolved that in the death of Bro. Smith the order has lost a worthy and useful member his family a kind and affectionate father and society a prominent citizen. Resolved that we tender to his relatives and friends our warmest sympathies knowing by our own sorrows How great must be their bereavement and indulge the Hope and rely on the Promise of our Saviour that a we shall live resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family of our deceased brother and that they be published in the papers of the county seat. Geo. W. Bowers i r. J. W. Dodd it committe Louis Welty the Chance of your life time for cheap clothing. Done to miss it i have started a Blacksmith shop on the rear of my lot Back of Buck Eye planing Mill and am prepared to do All kinds of work in my line. A fair share of patronage respectfully solicited. J. W. Thompson. Ladies done to fail to go to Spring Bros and get a free trial of that splendid lotion for the Rishforth a Rose Cream. I4tf

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