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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 19, 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 april 19, 1894. Number 17 03tutorial comment. The state Senate has declared emphatically that women cannot act As a notary Public. Local melange. Fia incr m a pow absolutely pure a Cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of All in Leavening strength. Latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall strih1. York. Some of the Coxey men been arrested in the state of Ware As vagrants. Have Dela Cleveland does not intend to be a metropolitan if it can be helped. The latest airs now put on is a squad of mounted police. Two Hundred females Are now organizing in California to join the great Coxey. Hurry up girls Coxey wants some Good Cooks. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. Job printing at the times office. Special inducements on Sale Bills. H. A. the woodworker. The times and n. Y. World $1.65. Martins have migrated northward As we see. Walter Kirby of in town saturday. Lamartine was Bear tins in Admiral Demello Leader of the rebel forces in Brazil has surrendered to the uruguayan authorities and the rebellion is about at an end. That. Green Berger has removed to no 51 third Street three doors from Post office and has opened out with a new and Large assortment of Breckinridge should now propose to miss Pollard to make a lecture tour together to earn the $15,000 she was awarded by the jury As a a Boot Money Between characters. Menus boys and childrens clothing. At san Bernardino California the unemployed numbering about 400 Are giving much trouble to Railroad companies and the citizens generally. They take Possession of the trains. All the latest styles and novelties of the season. Also a Large line of gents one of senator better s speeches when in cold Brevier Type will be three inches wide and forty feet in length. What has the suffering people of this Republic done to he thus so sorely afflicted. Furnishing goods we sell the celebrated Brand of Henry h. To Elaft a hats a number of papers throughout the state of both political parties Are clamouring for the legislature to adjourn As they Are doing nothing. That is about the Way All Republican legislators do. Grin and Bear it Brethren also the Earl amp collars and cuffs. Wilson a Tom Reed has found his match in speaker Crisp. His temper is ruffled every time the wily speaker addresses him. Tommy is beginning to realize that there is another Czar in the Halls of Congress. Sub we cordially invite you to Call and examine our it Roods o and get our prices As it will be to your interest. Every article guaranteed As represented. The n. Y. Recorder claims there Are too Many British gunboats off the brazilian coast and other parts of she coast line of this continent. It seems wherever they appear they Are a menace to human Freedom. They should he ordered Home. Lit juju the one Price Clothier ie1, Deis Block canal dovish Ohio Piu Chunnu the Billingsgate speech made by Phil Thompson in the Pollard Breck Enridge Case fell that upon the Public who expected something great from the Muchley puffed orator. His plea was ill timed full of abuse profanity and innuendoes a More suitable for hearers of a third class bar room. Or. Byron c. Hender Pilof pm Tricia office and new Pilath 1 rooms x Olphia o. R. Joseph f. Fox Khoa in a v. 17-Ly office Over sent Sci n drug store May he found at office Day or night. Office hours for diseases of women 1 to 8 p. M. New Philadelphia o. May 25-Ly j r. M. S. Vail dentist office in City Block Over Fribley a hardware store new Phila., it it. J. H. Mitchell the great masonic Case which has been in the courts for the past four years has at last been described in favor of the a Ucer Eneaus Branch. The main Lodge had declared those working under that name a Clandestine illegitimate and Unm sonic a hence tin suit. The cer Eneaus had a hard fight. _ old soldiers Are now receiving just Reward for their votes. Mckinley a insult to the g. A. R. Petition to appoint Amasa Clark superintendent of the deaf and dumb Asylum must and should be humiliating to them. Comrades keep right on Licking the feet of the despot while he strikes Vou Down with his hands. Attorney at Law. Special attention paid to collection and business in probate court. Office North Broadway opposite court House. D r. P. H. Sigrist East High Street. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 0 so 9?i a to 10 0 1 a. A. Office hours i �?~2 00 to 4 00 p. M. 7 ult to 8 00 p. In. , 0 u to 10 00 a. M. H. Ii. Porter the United states Senate is spending its time trying to devise some Means of maintaining a quorum in order to transact business. If that body has any Power by which it can compel attendance of members whether by arrest or otherwise it should do so at once otherwise it should adjourn and go Home and let the country have a rest. Attorney at Law special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence on High Street formerly occupied by a a. I. Richards. C. C. Ellis architect. Plans for building of any description executed 011 Short notice. Call on me at no. 18 s. Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio 21 Al the. N. Y. Herald intimates in a lengthy article that if a dragnet was drawn through the Wall Street banking institutions any Day the catch would include from ten to fifteen United states senators and say nothing of the smaller Fry known As congressmen. They habitually loaf there waiting for something to turn up to their Bank account. I h. Booth a i a _ notary updite conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Ohio farm insurance co. Another one of the Southern states 1 brightest men has passed away in d. K. Hendershott at. Office no. 144 North Broad was new Philadelphia Ohio. Attorney at Law 1person of senator Jubelon Baird Vance of North Carolina. Although not a Brilliant orator he was a hard worker and like his late colleague senator Colquitt always to be found at his Post of duty even in impaired health. He was honest and clean and passes out from Earth a career of political life comparatively a poor Man. Look at Browne amp Myers new and. On the last column. Bargains there. Annie the nine year old daughter of John Waterly is ill of Scarlet fever. I am Selling the Young Many a buggy. Better than Ever. John Myers new Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf the festive progressive euchre parties will now give Way to the festive Hammock fad. M. W. Ray of new Philadelphia visited parents Over chronicle. Thomas Hazelett of Deersville Harrison county was in this City tuesday on business. Wanted�?500 bushels of potatoes. 1 Spring Bros. S. S. Foutz has retired As business manager of the Cadiz Democrat and goes to Washington d. C. Several cases of diphtheria is reported in our midst and the Homes have been placarded. The fruit crop has been partially destroyed throughout this Section by the late hard freeze. Farmers Are now hustling turning the soil for Corn planting and a few re sowing their Oats. From present appearances the peach crop hereabouts will not suffer As was supposed. Sunday was a Beautiful Day and Many people enjoyed themselves in buggies and carriages. Hard times is like hard cide the More you have of it the worse a person becomes entangled. If you want a Beautiful complexion use Rishforth a Rose Cream. 14tf John Judy of Cleveland spent sunday with his father in this City who is quite ill of paralysis. The grand Encampment of the i. O. O. F., will be held this year at Chillicothe May 1st and 2d. Miss Anna Kail is visiting relatives in Leesville new Rumly and other Points in Carroll county. There is a Good sized fight 011 at Alliance Over the late municipal election in which the a a wets won the Day. It is the season of the year for the Board of health to make its general rounds. A careful investigation will disclose facts worthy of notice. Melvin banker of massillion4 spent sunday and monday in this City. We. Reynard a prominent Farmer of Harrison county was in attendance at presbytery 011 tuesday. He also paid the times office visit. Mrs. J. A. D. Richards of new Philadelphia Ohio is the guest of her sister mrs. M. W. Mcnaughton on East main Standard. Cadiz is going to out do All former occasions in the reception of her guests on the Day of the laying of the Corner Stone of the new court House. / if any one has Fry Maple or sugar lumber they can find a Market for t at h. A. Parmelee a Mill. 15tf miss Anna Fackler on West fair Street entertained quite a number of her Young lady and gentlemen friends at her Home on saturday evening last. The misses Bartles on West High Street entertained a number of her lady and gentlemen friends of this City and canal Dover at their Home 011 Friday night last. James Long received ninety Long Days in the Cleveland workhouse As a sequel to his burglar izing propensities. He was taken up saturday to the Lakeside resort. Wanted�?500 bushels of potatoes. 1 Spring pros. M. Greenberger the canal Dover Clother and gent s furnishings talks to you straight. See him in his new store. On the first col urns you will see what he says. A we never miss the water till the water works Breaks Down or the Man comes around and shuts the water off for non payment of rents. Answer this ? who Sells Wall paper window Shad a fed lace curtains cd eapej>h5nitrtmiside? his Price tit always the lowest 17-2 the 3rd, quarterly meeting of the United Brethren Church will he held next saturday and Sabbath april 21st and 22nd, Rev m. L. Oliver of Newcomerstown officiating. The a a Tabernacle will be the subject of the discourse at the Baptist Church next sunday evening. The Sermon will he illustrated by pictures of the a a Tabernacle and its various articles of furniture. If you want to buy dress goods save Money by buying of j. Kinsey. L mysterious death. Re the annual meeting of the stuben Ville presbytery was held in this City monday and tuesday there was a full attendance and an interesting program. About fifty ministers were present. You can mail a copy of this paper to some absent Friend regularly with less bother and cheaper than you can Send your copy when through with it. Try it. Three months for 25 cents. If you buy the Deering Ideal Mower with Sycicle hearings you can Cut one half More in a Day than with any other machine because of the Light draft. Call on Waltz amp Schweitzer agents new Phila. Itaf Benny grim is having a neat dwelling erected upon his lot on front Street. It will he for rent. David caseber is doing the Carpenter work and when completed will be a Model House. Free free trial of Rishforth a Rose Cream at Spring Bros. 14tf the enterprising shoe dealers messes. Myers amp Rosciti come out this week with an advertisement on another Page. Done to fail to read it. We can heartily recommend these gentlemen. Joseph Bartholomew a Well known citizen of Sherrodsville has been adjudged insane and taken to Colum bus. His age is 65 and the immediate 1 cause of his dethrone ment of reason i was from a slight paralytic stroke some time ago. Best values in carpets and lace a former Tuscarawas boy died in Cleveland last week. The friends and acquaintances of George h. Minnis of no. 6 Glendale Avenue Cleveland Ohio were pained to learn of his death at his late Home on Friday last. Or. Minnis was born in Fairfield township where his Mother now resides was a Young Man in the prime of life and the news of his death unexpected to his relatives and acquaintances. George served As postal clerk under Cleveland a former administration and has resided in Cleveland since his retirement from the postal service. He was engaged As Foreman in f. C. Kimbles pad factory and kept a hoarding House was doing Well and showed no signs of attempting suicide or of any trouble of mind. He had been a sufferer at times from gravel a very painful disease and was in the habit of taking Ether to null the pain when he had a severe attack. On this occasion he had complained but a few Days when he again took Ether without any suicidal intent from All indications but got an overdose from which he never rallied. He was an upright Young Man with a wife and two children who Are now bereft of husband and father. His remains were brought Home to Fairfield and interred in the cemetery near his Birthplace on monday afternoon. Curtains at j. H. Kinsey. 17-2 a at office always on saturday. 171 y Titi a cell an $0 no m. S. Maple a do ukr in groceries i provisions a and a produce of All kinds. Handle nothing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. 49rgive us a Call t i it West front Street new Phil a. Will near planing Mill. 35-Ly a new firm. We Are pleased to announce that we have opened a merchant tailoring establishment business up stairs in the Welty Knisely Block North Broadway new Philadelphia where you will find a full line of foreign and Domestic woolens Fine silk vests and fancy paintings. 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 jn0. Adams amp son. The Republican congressional committee think so much of senator Hills speech that they have ordered 25,0 h copies to be distributed in the third congressional District where a successor to the late representative honk is to he elected. That shows that Hill is a traitor to his party and has done it More harm than any other Man. He should now come out on the Republican ticket and contest the race with Mckinley. Governor Mckinley refused to Grant the request of the old soldiers to have Amasa Pratt a member of the g. A. R. Appointed superintendent of the deaf and dumb Asylum instead of supt. Clark who was asked to retire on account of cruelty to the inmates. The governor chose Rev. Eggleston of Columbus to fill the office. It is the votes of the old soldiers that Mckinley wants not their suggestions As to who is fit for office. The Church trial of b. B. Fowler in pleasant Valley m. E. Church being sustained by a unanimous decision of the committee and the sentence of expulsion of or. Fowler followed. The Case has been appealed to the quarterly conference. The famous Deering binders and mowers now have Ball bearings like a Sycicle. Save your horses by buying of Waltz amp Schweitzer. New Philadelphia Chio. 17tf the Case of Auman is the Street car company was tried in common pleas court saturday and monday. It was an action to recover the value of a horse that was killed by an electric car last fall. The verdict was in favor of the plaintiff and assessed $400. The Bright and spicy news review of East Liverpool Ohio made its appearance on our Exchange table. It is edited by Thos. W. Morris a Dover boy who knows How to get out a first class paper. B. S. Aulbert Silas Compton and de. Schmidt of the Hook and ladder campany have been selected As delegates to go to the firemen convention to be held at Bellaire on or about May 14th. The delegates for the Hose company have not been selected yet. Several Sherrodsville people have employed attorneys Blythe and Davies to upset the election held in that City on the 2nd inst the hearing will he held in probate court and some matters exposed that Are now carefully concealed a under the hat a a Carroll chronicle. Satisfy yourself by seeing the largest and Best Stock of farm wagons Spring wagons and buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio Lotf from the Ashland press we learn of the death of mrs. Win. Mcnulty wife of the Propheter of the Mcnulty House of that City. Mrs. Mcnulty was an estimable lady and was known All Over the country by the say do you know where Burnside a store is Well Jas there is the cheapest place in this pm try to buy Wall paper. Money Savenok 17-2 Messy. Clark and Frank Adams deputies san sheriff s office took we. Rogies win. Wolf Bertha Wolf and Harry teas Bear to the Ohio Penitentiary j monday. A boy by the name of Vorhaid aged 16 years was sent to the Reform farm until 21 years of age for attempt i travel in r Public a kind and hos another version of his death. The Cleveland news Herald of tuesday morning says a George Minnis living at no. 9 Glendale Avenue died last Friday As a result of eating bread covered with rough on rats. The death of Minnis was reported to the Coroner together with the information that he had committed suicide. The Coroner decided to hold an inquest. At the examination yesterday or. B. O. Coates of no. 956 Willson Avenue was the Only witness who testified. Other witnesses will be heard today. In substance i r. Coates said i was called to see Minnis about 3 of clock on Friday afternoon. When i arrived at the House mrs. Minnis said that she thought her husband had poisoned himself. She showed me a powder which she had scraped Oil the floor and which she said she had taken to a druggist who had been unable to Analyse it. Minnis was in a state of collapse but he was partially conscious. Several times when l spoke to him of his condition he insisted that he had not swallowed anything. A pail was in the room which i desired to retain. Mrs. Minnis was about to remove the pail when i told her to let it remain. She made three attempts to remove it but 1 prevented her from doing so. Finally i was compelled to go to a drug store and when i came Back the pail had been emptied. In a Short time thereafter she entered the room with a Bunch of keys in her hand. She went to the Bureau unlocked a drawer and exclaimed a my god this reveals the whole i noticed that there were slices of bread in the drawer which were covered with a greyish powder of the appearance of rough on rats. When i talked with mrs Minnis she said that she had expected her husband to commit suicide. She said that he had become melancholy by reason of la Grippe from which he had suffered and which he declared would kill butter color lace you can find at s. S. Urferd a real Point Venice lace the butter color which is so scarce and inserting to match. Price from 25 cents to $2.00 per Yard. Also a Fine lot of Black Bodone lace in 25 different styles and widths at a bargain. New grocery and provision store. We desire to announce to our friends of new Philadelphia and surrounding Community that we have opened up a first class grocery a 1 provision store in the Welty Kisely Block on North Broad Way new Philadelphia Ohio. Our Stock is All new and fresh and our prices Are As Low As the lowest. The highest Market Price will he paid for country produce. We have a Good hitching place at the rear of our store for the accommodation of the country Trade please give us a Call. Yours respectfully Davis amp Urfer. Rape. The grand jury recommended the sentence there and the court sentenced him accordingly. One of the finest Oak mantels was shipped from h. A. Parmelee a Mill lately to Freeport and goes into a new residence there. 15tf / the mob Justice melted out to Seymour Newland a negro for raping mrs. James Knowles and old lady 81 years of age at Rushsylvania a Small town in Logan county near Bellfontaine on the night of the 15th inst. Is of the Southern style. Mark you what a different tone there is to the Republican press when a Lynching outrage is committed in a Good old Republican state North of Mason and Dixon a line. Verily men Are creatures of passion whether North or South. 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. 16tf it a lat wednesday afternoon mrs. We Wolf who was indicted with her husband for burglary and Lar Seny was arranged before the common pleas court when she plead guilty and was sentenced to the Penitentiary for one year. Their children have been placed in the Home. Wanted a loan of $1,500 on Good Security. Leave word with the editor of the times who will make known the party. 17tf. On monday there was quite a sur prise Given mrs. Chas. Schlagel. A number of her lady friends married and single assembled at her residence about half past 7 of clock to join in a carpet rag sewing and there was no talking. Of no ladies never do talk. After the sewing was Over refreshments were served and All had a pleasant time. Or. K. D. Hendershot has purchased the insurance business of the Ohio Farmers insurance company from or. R. Kurtz the former agent. He will be pleased to see old Partons of this popular company. Office opposite the times office. Potable in her manner towards guests and others whom she became Aquaino Ted with. The husband and Wrife kept hotel there for nearly 40 years. The time has come when there is a great howl of Low prices. But the lows est prices on dry goods Are Given at j. H. Kinsey a. Call and see. North wrest Corner of Public Square new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-2 Nicholas Miller and his son John have been awarded the contract for the new Philadelphia brew ing company. That concern proposes to erect a Large barn and other buildings for their already increasing business. The Stone Wrork w ill be executed properly and can be relied upon. The Rumor that an order has been made ruling that the people can no longer mail letters on the trains does not apply to new Philadelphia or any other place having a third class Post office. It w As in the interest of towns having fourth class offices the salary of which is governed by the Stamps they cancel. In such places it is doing the town injury and injustice. Dressmaking a mrs. E. J. Dillon of Cleveland of has opened rooms or fashionable dress making in mrs. Lucy Joss property at Corner West fair and 5th, its and solicits a share of the Public patronage. Satisfaction guaranteed. 16-4 the c. L amp w. At Cleveland. Speculation is already abroad As to w hat terminals the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling will use in Cleveland. It is understood that a Deal has been made with the Erie railway com Pany by which the latter tracks and Yards will be used. The Erie will beyond a doubt open up a Chicago line out of Cleveland and w ill Grant the use of its tracks in Exchange for this privilege. So far the l. Amp w. Has not secured a right of Wray Dow n Tow n. This fact is claimed indicates that the Erie compact has already been signed. The a l. Life w. Extension strikes the Erie at Broadway and a a a a w ill probably be put in. The c. L. Amp a will not secure dockage in Cleveland As it has ample facilities at Lorain to take care of All Lake shipments. The Road however has and immense Cleveland Trade and it is to handle this that the Road is being built. Misplaced Confidence. The sharpest tourist has not joined the Coxey Phalanx by a Long shot. One of the a Genius Homo was in the City on saturday morning and fared sumptuously. He was tolerably Well dressed and looked fat and sleek. He asked for a work to earn a Little something to there was a Charm in this proposition to him. He Wras allowed to eat before earning his grub. Then he made a Bee line for the Street without even As much As a a than keep for the Square meal he placed under his Belt to say nothing of the promised employment. It is needless to say a tender chord Intha Femine heart has been shattered against All Mankind looking for work and hungry. Live within your Means. What has the future in store for new Philadelphia mechanics and workingmen 11 is not w Ell to regard the future with gloomy forebodings for a sufficient unto the Day is the evil but it is no harm to be thoughtful and careful. A judicious laying up for a Rainy Day is a Good habit to cultivate. Stop unnecessary leaks. Live within your Means. Keep your credit Good. Done to buy things you done to need because you can get trusted for them. Do whatever you have to do with such care vigilance precision As will make your services indispensable. Thus if come they must and some few workers must he had employers will pass others by will come to you and say a thou Art the buy the Deering Ideal Mower that t of first prize at the worlds fair. It is the only7 Mower made with Ball hearings. Waltz amp Schweitzer Itaf a tear Philadelphia Ohio. 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 april 30, 1894. Jacob Waltz Ernest Walton we. M. Wiles mrs. Pm d. Huff s. R. Smith. Jonathin Waltz a. S. Clemens mrs. Emma brow la Retta Hay Wood a. Bable Harvey hew is w. P. Mackey Joseph Miller Elisha Stockdale Kate Thomas and Henry kidney. Nora Kuhn eary Wagner. Please say a a advertised Wien ask ing for above. D. Wyss p. M. The Public will please take notice that i have moved my Stock of jewelry to the Patrick building on South Broadway opposite me Elroy amp Linn a furniture store. We desire our old patrons to Call and see us 15-3 h. Pm Espenschied marriage permits. Lovejoy Brokaw Dana Parks. John h. Horrell Mary Russell. Horace g. King Laura p. Yanney Ira b. Mowis Eva j. Brew or. Henry Chapman Martha m. Decker. Chas. M. Koontz Lena pm Hagans. Ulrich Bicksel Liniger. John a. Hols boy a Matilda Schafer. Two front rooms and two rear rooms for rent Over the jew Elry store of h. Pm Espenschied on South Broadway suitable for residence. Inquire below at the store. 15tf. H. Pm Espenschied. Prospects of crops. The crop prospects for the Middle Section of the state. Wheat generally has improved in appearance. Oats w Ere generally reseeded or put in during the week. Meadows and Timothy Are improving slowly. Potatoes Are about All replanted. The Sod blowing has been rapidly pushed and is nearing completion. Fruits Are reported in better condition and generally not Hurt As much As estimated at first ground is in Good w orking condition. Tobacco Beds Are in poor condition i have started a Blacksmith shop on the rear of my lot Back of Buckey e planing Mill and am prepared to do All kinds of work in my line. A fair share of patronage respectfully solicited. J. W. Thompson. Special train. On the evening of april 26th the c. L. It pc w. Railway w ill run a special train from Uhrichsville to Massilon for the accommodation of those wishing to remain at Uhrichsville for the evenings entertainment Given by the . O. Train to leave Uhrichsville after the close of the meeting. J. W. Mccoombs age to. Not Slick enough. Rogies and Harry caseber attempted to break jail sunday night by prying up the floor of the cell and getting underneath intending thereby to w Ork their Way outside the corridor through an opening then to conceal themselves until the sheriff w Ould come in in the morning and run out of the jail. Frank Adams happened to hear them at work made a search and found out their plan. They were safely added in the Penitentiary. The makers of Brant Balsam give double the usual size for 25 and 50?, because they think it advertising w hich people will appreciate. None better at Gentsch s drug store. Our Rural neighbors what they Are doing in this Busy world of strife. Gilmore. Mrs. Alice Goetzee of port Washington visited relations Here sunday. Miss Maggie Burkshire returned last w Eek from a pleasant visit with relations in Newcomerstown n. Mrs. Flem Roberts returned Friday from a w weeks visit w Ith her parents at Rock. The primary department of our school closed on saturday last. Miss Shugert w ill teach what is know la As the a pc Appel a District a the coming summer. Roy Lanning is visiting his grandparents Here again. Mrs. Levi Morris and her sister miss Young will remove from this place to Tippecanoe the present w Eek. Elder w. J. Tompson of new com Erston preached in the disciple Church saturday7 evening sunday morning evening and monday evening. A bitter so Low Gap. Not seeing any items in your paper from this locality we thought we w Ould take the pleasure of sending a few w hich we Trust w ill be of interest to some of your readers. There w ill be a Box social at the Low Gap school House next saturday evening the proceeds for the Benefit of the Sabbath school. All Are cordially invited to attend. Quite a number from this place attended the Public Sale of Hugh Wilson and son out on the Ridge last saturday w. V. Crites of this place w As auctioneer if we have no More freezes we will have a Supply of fruit yet in this Section. We understand that Low Gap will be graded Down and the roads in connection w ill be widened out considerable. We think it a very w ise piece of w Ork and the trustees w ill be thanked by the people in general for the convenience they w ill promote. Fredrick Widder and George Pace of this place started last Friday by rail for Cleveland Ohio with their teams w Here they have a contract w Ith Wilson Brode of newcomers town Ohio for Healing Stone. Doctor Shaffer our japanese Oil Man and breeder of Fine dogs scotch collies has quite a number on hands which he w wishes to dispose of before the assessor makes him a Call. Persons wishing to Purchase would do Well to Call on him immediately he also has a few Choice Shanghai roosters for Sale his terms will be found reasonable. Observer. Rinehart w Ere grieved to learn of the Accident which caused the death of their sons. Lester and Clifford w Ere just reaching Young manhood and Are remembered by All of our Young people As their playmates. Rev. E. L. Baker and family of Bakersville have moved to our Tow n. Mrs. Lucas and Little son of Dresden Are visiting or. And mrs. So Ope. Mrs. Barton invited to her Home one of our primary Sabbath school classes last saturday p. M. To celebrate miss Bessie a eighth birthday. The Little girls had a most Happy Dayan mrs. Barton had a delightful supper for the Little folks. The Baltic base Ball club has organized for the season of 1894 and is open for games with clubs of neighbouring towns. Two games recently played with Flat Ridge both of which w Ere w on by Baltic by Jug handled scores. To the Public. Now ready to show new Philadelphia markets. Flour Best family per bbl. A per sack. New process per sack. Quot Amber per sack wheat per Bushel. Corn per Bushel. Oats. Kef. Oil meal per 100 pounds. Timothy seed per Bushel. Clover 8eed. Per Bushel. Hay. Per ton. Butter per Pound. Ears per dozen. Hams per Pound. Shoulders per Pound. Sides per Pound. Lard per Pound. Tallow per Pound. Potatoes per Bushel. Chickens per Pound. Turkeys per Pound. Geese. Ducks per Pound. Ism 85 90 70 50 86 61 1 75 2 60 6 00 10 06 18320 10 10312 76 730 10 01 66 5x 738 40350 Barnhill. Brock Hill mine Wras sold at receivers Sale on saturday last for something Over $13,000 to Wainright amp co. Some say the company purchased it to get the right of Way and extend their operations. The t. V. Coal company mine is about exhausted As Only about thirty men Are w orking in the mines at present. The Midland Coal company Are employing about thirty men and on the 21st inst they will be out on a strike for the old prices at seventy cents. While Reading the Tuscarawas Tribune we find that a a reporter that papers correspondent called some of our leading citizens such names As Cranks blow guns bags of w ind croakers and owl Hooters and asks that a Law should be enacted to prohibit mine Bosses from Selling tools to miners. He also makes insulting remarks because we w ish to have proper fire Protection. The aforesaid a a reporter is Wrell know n As the chronic Loafer and objects to All improvements of the town his article is condemned by All and the source considered. While he has slandered the american citizen and the foreigners w to Speaks of oppression of labor he himself has not done a Days w Ork for months and never has paid one cent of tax to the corporation. A a consistency thou Art a jewel a but keep y our Eye on your commissars. Topsy. One year old. We inadvertently failed to make note of the anniversary of the Tuscarawas Tribune last week. Editor Korns has safely steered the new venture for one Vear and has made it profitable to the stockholders As w Ell As a formidable rival in the newspaper Field. We congratulate Bro. Korns for his Pluck and Energy in furnishing a Good newsy paper. Here is our brother. Uhrich8ville. Hon. 8. B. Taylor and we Ife of Columbus sunday de with friends Here. J. M. Cooper returned from his trip through Alabama sunday. and w Ife Wras at county seat last w Eek. John Biggers is on the sick list. Mill township has a candidate for almost every office before the coming Republican convention. They done to want to get the idea because the majority is so Large that they can have every thing in sight. New styles elegantly finished and and fully warranted buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf attention Farmers. You we ill please Bear in mind that wre Are now offering to the Public the latest improved Ball and roller bearing Deering harvesting machinery which can not be excelled by any other also All the latest improved farm implements. It we ill save you Money to Call and see us before buying. Call at the office in the rear part of the Sherman House barn e. G. Waltz. 17tf Sylvanus Schweitzer. 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 Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the w orld for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns Ana Al skin eruptions and positively cure piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction of Money refunded. Price 25? per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Baltic. The fifth annual commencement of the Baltic schools Wras held in the m. E. Church Friday evening april 6th. The graduating class numbered seven namely misses Elma Hoob Ler Vesta Metzler Ada Madison Minnie Smith and messes Fred Barthelmeh Herbert Zinkon and will Fisher. Each member of the class acquitted himself with credit and the commencement was pronounced by competent people As being very w Orthy of Praise. A majority of the class expect to spend the coming w inter before numbers of Long rows of children. Our Best w wishes Are with them. Since school has closed Clinton Rosenberry has joined his parents at Twinsburg where he expects to re main through the summer. We noticed or. Sam. Schauwecker of shane8\ Ille on our streets one Day last w Eek. Miss Savannah Wolfe is teaching a Spring term of school near Stras Burg. School will open monday april 23, for a term of two months with a. H. Syler and miss Stephan As teachers. W. D. Troyer James Rineheart and Jonathan Price left today to spend the summer in school. Messes Troyer and Price go to Ada o. And Rinehart to Lebanon. The friends of or. And mrs Jake we Are now ready to Snow you a full line of dry goods consisting of dress goods carpets lace curtains Underw Are rugs etc., at very Low prices. Call and see j. H. Kinsey. 17-2 to o peaceful rest. Four times within the Short space of a couple months has the death Angel passed through the Valley of crooked run summoning the aged fathers and mothers of our Community to their last peaceful rest but on last saturday morning As the Rosy hours of Dawn appears in the dappled East he again visits our Community this time stopping at the Home of William crites softly pushing aside the door and entered4 but is it to take from that Home the Loving father w to has been in feeble health for Many months but no he places his Seal on the fair brow of their Beautiful daughter Ruby the youngest of the family at the age of 13 years 8 months and Calls her from Earth w Hile on the threshold of a life so full of Promise. She had been sick but a couple of Days and All that medical skill could do was done All that Loving hearts could prompt and kind hands perform w As done but death enters and there is no defense. The Large throng that gathered to attend the funeral was a touching tribute of respect. The services were conducted by Rev. Jones pastor of the u. B. Church of this place under w Hose preaching a year ago Ruby had been converted baptized and taken into the Church. The services opened with the singing of a we shall meet her again a by the choir after which her school mates and teacher Sang the hym a ooh the Good we might be doing As the years go rolling her teacher Albert Alleshouse presiding at the Organ. A selection of scripture verses w Ere read by Rev. Jones who then delivered an appropriate and touching address followed by the singing of a kind w ords can never die a by her schoolmates and teacher. The choir then Sang Benoir a Beautiful hym a in her grave Robes Camly rest our Darling a after which the friends took the last lingering look at the dead the Beautiful White casket was surrounded by a profusion of flow eral offerings and borne from the Hearse by six of her class mates there Are Many Graves at which few mourn and w Here the silent occupant is left us one who Wras a Burden to self and society. Many a life that might have been a Blessing is ended with the sad reflection that it had been w Ell had they never have been born. With other thoughts and feelings we think of the life of this Beautiful child w to though Young in years gave Promise of Rich Beautiful Ness in w Manly maturity made the unfolding excellence of her character a present Benediction. While future realization of earthly expectations Are broken by death nothing can Rob our hearts of the prescious influence and memories that Cluster around this Young life so suddenly removed. The cheerful spirit so Radiant and buoyant the willing service so ready and unselfish the mind so considerate and reflective unusual to one of her years the Loving heart w earing the Crown of Christiany spirit. These elements of nobility made her life Beautiful and guiltless Over these Virtues and greater death has no Power and they constitute the Rich legacy Ruby hath bequeathed to her parents brother and Sisters. In the Home the school the Sabbath school and Church Ruby a death will cast a Shadow w Here her presence brought Sunshine and smiles. This earthly Home she has exchanged for the Home above the privilege of duty of school and Church Are exchanged for the student life and worship of the general Assembly of the first born with Jesus As teacher and pastor. Let us learn from this Providence that no age can secure Unm tiny from the Archer of death youth Bright Vintage of opening Success the guardianship of Loving parents no less than old age is not exempt from his arrows. God Grant that our religious convictions May be strengthened by this act of the Quot matter that wre May not live alone As chiefly for this world Are in forgetful unbelief of the heavenly country. J. W. R. It it it some clothing houses did no to buy Ful Stock this season Browne amp Myers did. Some people did no to know where to find a Stock of new fresh styles. Browned Myers have it. A a a a a a m mensa suits ready made $5.00 to $20.00. Mensa suits made to order $18.00 to $40.00. Fine dress gloves $1.00, $1.60. $1.75, $2.00, to Dye mittens socks yarns Fascinator cloaks dresses carpet rags Silks ribbons or anything you w ish to color use magic dyes for perfect durable colors w hich w ill not Crock or fade like other dyes. 10? at Gentsch a drug store. Coloured shirts with two detachable collars 50 cents. The Best values in the country. The newest hats fresh from new York. New neckwear the latest fabrics and Best shapes Worth looking at. A a a a watch for our the notice to teachers. Board of education of the port Washington Village school District in Tuscarawas county Ohio will receive applications from competent teachers up to noon on the 7th Dav of May 1894, to teach the several departments of their schools As follows to wit High school grammar department and first and second primary departments. Each application must be accompanied by the applicants certificate from the proper Board of examiners or a copy thereof covering the entire time the schools will be in session. All communications should be addressed to Philip Lamneck 17-2 clerk of said Board. 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 k a new Straw Hilts Browne amp Myers the new clothiers and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio pen. B. Why Ennst we make your new Spring suit
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