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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 2, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The Nev Philadelphia times run Tiv Tut thu sat. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the Conn to books Bill Heads poster. And Job printing every description done Short notice. Voos a von Bol Iott d. New Philadelphia times the a time Quot advertising Braca. One Inch a. J Bree indies. Six in hair column a one column. I to. Omo. I y 11 it i 2 50 300 600 4 00 10 00 5 00 12 5 i la so s3 9 15 80 25 50 00 $000 15 26 50 50 1000 business notices ten cents pc line. Volume Chi. New Philadelphia 0., thursday feb. 2, 1893. Number 6.1 Mew Phi Ladelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thu i six a Jax. 189 a. Two tapers for is. The new Philadelphia times amp Farmers Friend want annexation. My Icart Block second floor North Broadway new Philadelphia tikes will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio. At the following rates one year in Advanceei-�0 if not paid within three to s 1.50 ear remittances should he sent by draft registered latter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication. To Tux tikes. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 lug Al notice. Dipolar iou joint Suu school dint r jct. Notice is Here by Given that the 11, Day j armary a. D. 1893, the Board Cleu neat Oxford township county o., filed in the probate court said county its petition praying that Saint sub school District no. Comprising it Ylery in jibe townships Oxford and Washington in said county May Herd Olf cd. The commissioners appointed to act in the premises will meet at the school hou3 Iii said joint sub a strict Friday the nth Day by february a. I. 1893, at to clock a. Rn., to i charge the duties tilt said appointment. J. Ii. Mitchell probate judge Jan. 10th 1893. No 4 vv4 pm buc Sale real estate. In pursuance the order Tim probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio. I the undersigned As Assignee for the Benefit the creditors John w Mizer an insolvent debtor will offer f r Sale at put lie auction saturday tile 18th Day february 1893, Between the hours to a. Rn., and four p. Rn., upon the premises in the Village Bakie in said county the following described real estate situated in the township Bucks county Tuscarawas and state Ohio and known As a part off the East to Side lot number seven in the Village Lowville Twenty tight feet wide and ii feet in length also one fourth part off the West Aine lot no 8, in said Village divided by a email Stream called a a Brushy run by the Centre said Stream. Appraised at $500 and sold free Dower term Sale one half Cash Day Sale the remainder in six months with interest from Day Sale. Deferred payments to be secured by mortgage said premises. Jan. 19, 1898. William Lantz Assignee As aforesaid. M. V. Ream atty. 4w4 the Small sum Doi Lak is the off Jeu we now Malk to All new sub so Iii Al its who a rat. In Advance. We extend this offer to All who pay up All arrearage and one Dollar in Advance any one who keeps his paper paid in Advance so All May stand an Equality. Those who spoke to us lately about the Farmers Friend will be entitled to receive it if they Call. The Farmers Friend a Semi monthly farm journal and is Well liked by ail who have read it. A Sample copy can can be seen at the times office. We Are now running a daily paper and have gone to extra expense to get All tile news the county and tilt re fore we Are enabled to give our patrons p much better weakly Piper. Fifty two copies a Large weekly paper and Twenty four cop is a Large fat in journal All for should at a s a tract the attention the Reading Pix lip j list enclose one Dollar and we will put you our list. Now that the government the hawaiian islands has been overthrown i by revolution the masses their citizens Are in favor annexation to tile United states. These islands lie West the United states in the i Uci fic Ocean and arc quite Fertile and afford a Large traffic with the outside world. The United states government has landed troops the Island and is practically in control but the authorities at Washington Are taking no step toward annexation As yet but Are awaiting to hear the exact condition matters the Island. A committee from the hawaiian islands is its Way to the United states to a it a for annexation. Our committee foreign relations should favor it. James ii. Blaine favored annexation. The great majority the americans will favor the movement. England May net he it but win n the a cup St comes i rom Hie people the is Lauis then no attention should be paid t j England wishes. Our motto Quot we Olilda be annexation and a let the Cai sequence s follow. Personal and general. Tem interest gathered Many sources. Quite a number persons Are catching and Are for the times and Farmer s Friend at $1., per from year. Every our old subs in j tub plaintiff asked damages in their verdict. Found dead teacher so examinations. The was county will meet for the exam Tien applicants for teachers cd sheriff Sale. Philip hols Worth a John c. Bois Worth by virtue an order revaluation and Sale in partition to me directed and issued from the court common plea Tuscarawas county Ohio at the january term a. 1893, i will offer for Bale at Public auction the premi-8e� saturday feb. 18,1893, Between the. Hours i clock p. In. And four clock p. Rn., said Day the following described Rea i estate situate in the township Jefferson in said county to wit Ana known As the North oust forty acres the Northeast Quarter Section number sixteen towns p number seven Range number three. Also a part the South bait the Southeast Quarter Section number fifteen township seven and Range three beginning at the Southwest Corner said South half thence South eighty seven and three fourth degrees East ten chains and thirty links to the Centre the Cross roads thence North thirty three degrees West eighteen chains Aud Twenty live mks along the West Side the Rogersville Road to the West line Aid Quarter Section thence Aloi g the West Fine said Quarter sect South Foj to and one half degrees West fifteen chains and fifty Finks to the place beginning containing eight acres. Also the Northwest Quarter the Northwest Quarter Section seventeen township seven and Range three the unappropriated lands in the military District subject to Sale at Zanesville o., bounded ask follows beginning at a Stone at the Northwest Comer a Quot Section thence Outh three degrees web Twenty chains and Twenty three links to a Stone thence South eighty seven and one fourth degrees East Nineteen chains and ninety seven links to a Stone thence North three degrees East Twenty chains and Twenty three links to a Stone thence North eighty seven and gone fourth degrees West Nineteen chains and ninety seven links to the place beginning containing forty in hurly eight one Hundredth acres pipe less the above tracts constituting together the farm which Ernest died seized containing 8 and 38 too acres More less. Appraised tract no. I at $�?~200. Appraised tract no. 2 at 2,000. Total appraisement $2,200. Terms Sale one third Cash Day Sale one third in one year and one Laird in two years with interest deferred payment it it to be scored by Mort Gage Oil premises sold. We Adams sheriff James j. Patrick atty. 4w5 Board examiners Muscara Tiina certificates As follows during 1892and �?T93 at new Philadelphia november 20, �?T92 january 28, �?T93 february 25,�?T93 june 17, �?T93 August 26th, �?T93. At canal Dover january 7, �?T93 february la �?T93 j april 22, �?T93 july 8,�?T93. At Uhrichsville March 8th, �?T93. At Mineral Point March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june so �?T93. Pupils examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, �?T93 May 0th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. Rn., and no one will be admitted to tie class after 9 ?Tclock.�? strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with pen and Ink and the Neces Gary paper will lie furnished by the Board. All examinations will be Beld in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. J. W. Pfeifer pm a j. M. Richardson. To Schoot directors. In reply to the numerous inquiries coming to this office regarding the employment teachers for the sub District school for the Spring summer term i desire to s ate that under the a Workman Law a the Tow Oszip boards education will have entire Sopt Fol at the management the schools including the Cui Plonien teachers for their townships. The members the Board to be elected under the provisions this Law however do not enter upon their duties until the third monday april 1893. If the three local directors now in Power employ a teacher for the Spring summer term which is to begin prior to the third monday april then the contract will be valid the term is to begin after the third monday in april it is opinion that the contract will not to valid. It May a so be to aute this co emotion that nothing in tins new Law can Iii any Way affect texts tag contracts legally made under the Laws which it repeals. Very respectfully T. Corson commissioner. Barf built r left an estate valued at about $7,000,000. The total mileage railroads in Ohio is 81,000 Miles. Women with Long tongues Are greatly in demand since the be w Columbia postage Stamps Are la Vogue. Akron has Twenty nine cases Small pox so far with prospects More. The Small pox Baa at last reached Chicago. Nothing but vaccination lists can attend the worlds fair. The ice the Tuscarawas River is said to be fifteen Inch s thick. Strong enough to almost Bear a train oars. Akron is surely making a record smallpox hundreds Are being vac Cinnater daily natural Gas has out in wheel lug and All the Large manufactories have gone Back to the use c Jal. A petition in in circulation in some Parte the state astir g the legislature to prohibit Quail killing for five years. Claude Meeker who was private Secretary under governor Campbell is a candidate for the United states Consulship to Nice France. Or. George Fertig and a Ife Dover arc to be congratulated the arrival a Fine girl baby. The Advent this Little dish Washer completes triad. It has been noted As a strange thing that the ouly sex president now is the president elect. Will . Harrison be the Only sex president after . Cleveland is inaugurated if Charles speckles was the cause the hawaiian revolution the newspapers should Call Hun a philanthropist As a vary prolific Sui Jet has been thrust upon them. The breaking up the ice in the Ohio River and its tributaries is doing much a damage. It carried away is Bents the trestle work the w. A h. E. R. R. Between Steubenville and Mingo. The Only persons who fear that . Cleveland will not make Wise and judicious Choice Cabinet officers Are the candidate who hive received no encouragement. Badly suggestive is the fact that in Topeka the heart the populist country and head Quai ten the populist party forty one p Ople have die it in the insane Asylum Duhig the present Yeai. 4 a a ii. A. Parmelee Sharpens skates Ltd Geo. Craig ii entertaining an attack Quincy. J. C. Saunders has purchased a Nice roadster Ani pleasure Carriage. Charley Harvey a been indisposed for the past week with Lumbago. Bee the times offer in the first column. Two papers for one Dollar. Lewis Eichel was taken suddenly ill last night. His condition is serious . Mary Judy has returned from an extended visit with friends at Waverly Illinois. Or. Fred Haas the Grain merchant Baltic was a caller at the times Nice monday. Or. Chirl s Dick who has been employed in Cleveland for some time past is visiting his parents in this City. Miss Susie Carter orcs leu. O., is guest m is. George Craig East front Street. Joseph Soave a Orrville us Send in a few Days in Dover the guest his son a. D. Suavely. Or. Fred Luchenbach. Of Dundee is lint he City Cli i a some platting in the recorders office. Or. Wili am Heiner and . John Easton Cleveland Are visiting at the residence John c. Joss. Uhrichsville has a numb eases diphtheria and Scarlet lever. Four houses have been placarded. Or. Samuel Ridenour the new elect infirmary dirt actor has entered upon the duties that office Aud was in the City Friday. Mrs. Win. A. Hardesty and miss Maud Hanna Columbus Are visiting at the residence mrs. Tho. Moore this City. W. L. Fultz brakeman the pan handle came Home this morning to spend a few Days with his parents in this City. Several cases were continued in common pleas court yesterday account the Accident happening Hon. A. W. Patrick. Will Swihart who has been confined to his Home West High Street for the past month with typhoid Feyer ii slowly recovering. Married at the Sherman House by Riv. J. C. Kreusch Jan. 25, Harvey p Shiltz and Maryj Hadgraft both Dennison Last saturday night thieves broke into Limbaugh a Slaughter House at Blick town and carried away amp Hatchet two knives a saw and a Rifle. No clue. Or. Rufus c. Ruth Alliance Was in this City business monday. Or. Ruth owns some valuable lots Ray Street. Of Bakersville who Era should comply with our terms and get the two papers for the one Price. We see by tile Cadiz Flambeau that judge Pearce tried his first lawsuit before a Justice the peace yesterday since leaving the Bench. Ile was pitted against . J. C. Castle a Dinisha in the c. Be Busby is Busby. Hon. J. A. D. a loft for Washington today. Ile Goei to got acquainted with the a a machinery Congress and the a a boys before entering upon the duties As Congress in. He no doubt will hive All to can do answering letters those Seth no office. The Case Abel Smith boil Vij a against d. F. Lash it a1. School Board and t Acher Tor expelling his children from achoo is engaging the attention common pleas court today. The suit we d. Mckee is Mills concerning the horse sold to defendant by mrs. Mckee was continued monday until next term court account Hie difficulty in getting a jury that knew nothing the Case Sadie Johnson the lit tie daughter . John Johnson Dover lost the Sigil one Eye sometime since Aud it is now feared that she will become totally Blind unless an Quot operation is per. Formed at once. Tbs sum 25,000. The jury it aught la a a a a dlr giving win d. Of it pm a Jungt naut for 0,500. If Kart Disla claims a Noth lit victim. Tho sensational image Auh we. D. Mckee new Cumberland and James if in Iman the Sam a place occupied the attention common pleas court All this week. The plaintiff alleged in his petition that the defendant . Hindman hid Ailion cd his wife s affections bisted in paying attentions to Hor and by their acts had broken up his Home and destroyed his Domestic happiness. Quite an array testimony was produced both sides. Almost one fourth the citizens Tim Community were in Atun Lance at the trial some the j testimony was highly sensational and we thought it Best to omit it. The Case went to the jury under the instructions the court at three clock yesterday and at half past five clock tile jury brought in a verdict Tor Tho plaintiff for the sum $6,503-�?� the defendant is a Young Man considerable Means and unless to Cap defeat the judgment by further Legal measures lie will have the sum to. Pay. Mil Eui Iii a a i own Addeal in bad this Ai Arn log. Miss Emma glans Valley about five Miles East new Philadel Phin was found dead in her bed tins morning. Cause death thought t it be heart disease. Miss Glass was a Maiden lady about thirty eight years age and a daughter Solomon Glass who was drowned near the Sta e dam several years it g. Midvale. New cases. Fly Dun the App a re docket Clark Fitch in la Fred. Gob Tarp a acc Dently shot by his brother some Days ago died trom the effects the wound saturday. The Perry county children s Home near new Lexington Ohio was destroyed by fire Friday. Loss $4,600. Insurance $2,000. The Nail work this City turned out tuesday last Alo kegs nails. The largest run they have made since the works were established. Chases Barley malt whisky is Stimus la thug and nourishing to the consumptive the did and feeble. It is absolutely pure. Sold by a. Bippus a son. Or. Tevi Renne Stone Creek was among the the kind weather is approaching j a Vagt. M a. ,. Office and added hi3 when the Hoard health will have to _. ,. For the tikes and Bai Rue the human Slaughter House at Columbus is a disgrace to a civilized St ate. Cleveland world. We presume the Cleveland world has reference to the state House. It has been claimed that the Capitol building is unhealthy there might be some improvements made the present building in the Way ventilation that would be i highly beneficial. The sentiment in favor a new state House should not in Good conscience take Root. It would Cost the state Ohio $2,000,000 to build a new one when there is no Call for it whatever. It is an Eai a matter to spend the Peoples Money if the representatives Ohio would be More temperate in their manner jiving keep regular hours and Ive As no Chi attention to thereser vat their health As they us to excessive pleasure there would be but few deaths and no complaints. Probate Cour proceedings. Monday january 30th. Thomas Milligan appointed administrator Samuel Meyers deceased. Bond $7,000. Almira c. Ilo Hstetler guardian fourth account filed. Tuesday january a Jato pc header appointed guardian John Bender a insane person. Bond $2,000. The following new vises were filed in common pleas court yesterday. A. Ley amp co. Is David Stocker. Action in attachment. Alice Campbell is Charles a. Campbell. Plaintiff asks to be divorced from her husband the grounds Bibi Tual drunkenness and wilful absence for two years. For Sale. Percl Ieroni stallion Frederic 7310. The undersigned will offer at Public motion saturday feb. 18th, 1893, at i clock p. In., at the red barn Jor. Of second and main sts., Ubriohs-7hie, i i Percheron stallion a Ric As the properly Quot belonging to the Alexander Batta decease p attention horse breeders do not fail to attend this Sale and secure a bargain in a Good draft stallion. This horse will be sold to the highest bidder complying with the conditions Sale. Description and Pedigree Frederic is a dappled Gray 9 years old in april �?T93, and will weigh 1900 lbs in Good flesh. He has a Fine neck and head heavy Bone and Good style and especially Good action for a heavy horse. Ile was foaled april 20, 18s4, imported in 1887, by Geo. Van Devender Lexington be is recorded Iii the porch Rpu j Kan Mairer a John palate stud Book America birder no. This in an Appeal cae. 73vq and 6280 in the Tud Book a r Fiji i got by Togert 3f09./arid he by to Sale Modena 1546, As recorded in a us Book America. Frederic is a sure foal getter. His season for 1891, was 98 mares and for 1892. 94 mares. Terms made known Day Sale. E. J. Moore and a. P. Latto executors the estate Alexander Latto deceased. 5w2 prevents palsy shocks and Bovi sudden deaths cures nervous prostration. Price $1.00. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Of gof Sialei a grocery arid bakery in a Good locality in Coshocton Ohio. For particulars address Geo. A Moyer Coshocton 3047, cw3 the Best eighty acres trill land in Salem township one mile West port Washington nearly All underpaid with i three foot vain Coal sixteen acres i Good Timber the place. Plenty i water House and a Good Orchard. This i place will positively be sold at a bar gain. For further information. Call j address Emett m. Stock Agen j port Washington Ohio. 3t6 fatherland a swept Singer Franz Campion assisted by a splendid company singing comedians who can act in the new musical comedy a the merry Cobbler a at City opera House monday feb 6th be the Alart. Contagious disease should be vigilantly guarded and a placard attached to every building in which a patient is kept. The democrats Wheeling Vav. A. Defeated mayor Seabright the democratic candidate Tor re election because he catered to a the boys too much. The citizens were tired Loose reins in the City government. The rolling Mill at Zanesville a started up with seventy five non Union men. The Price paid is $4.u0 $1.50 less than the former Price. There is bad feeling Between the non Union men and the old employees. It is said that Montana we exhibit at the worlds fair a deck cards made out human skin. Wonder if theae Are not the kind cards used in what Are called skin games. Cleveland a Cabinet so far is Thomas f. Bayard Delaware Secretary state John g. Carlisle Kentucky Secretary the Treasury Dan Al s. Lamont new York Secretary the Navy us we ii Ahi f. Harrity Pennsylvania postmaster general. The militia new York state has been called to Dunkirk to suppress the strikers in the locomotive works that place. It will to useless to fight the government in an attempt to gain their end. An Exchange in commenting in the fact that the Ciati Rig minister preached no Sermon at the funeral Gen. Hayes suggests that this is a Reform that should generally be adopted. The sooner the better As it will save ministers from extolling the Virtues whited sepulchres. The Louisiana lottery co., will Emi grate to the Island Honduras As soon As its charter expires which will Bein one year. Those who Hale Money to spend in lotteries had better spend it for the daily times Ani get value re i chewed. J a the Newark u., thought s the Day judgement w As at hand when the Gas and sewer Mains through i the City blew up shaking the entire i City and rattling the dishes from the cupboards. The explosion was u Riff in and did considerable damage to streets i and pavements. England As would be expected opposes the annexation the hawaiian islands to the United states. British wat vessels have already been sent to the islands to watch their interest a if our government Doe rot wish Annex the amp islands then we should favor a Republic being established there. The sentiment among Congress me and senators is very favourable for annexation. Now is the time for the United stat to show her courage callers at the times name to the list armers Friend. Peter Wagener one the firm the Weible. Enck amp co., planing Mill at Dover is still suffering very much from i is Luce which was sprained several months ago. The funeral Gertie May daughter c. P. Ii earn i Ager occurred tuesday afternoon at three clock. Interment in the n. P. Cemetery. Her age was 7 years and 2 months. Or. Fred. Teichm Akron � and a former resident this City was married last thursday to miss Nettie b. Viers Akron. Tho times extends congratulations. Mrs. Sample Bricktown while returning from up Street fell and broke her left limb above the knee. Or. Nixon was called immediately and adjusted the limb. Miss Sandoe the lady lawyer Columbus has been resigned by the court to defend a prisoner. She lately entered the Legal profession and is attracting considerable attention. Frank r., son Rudy Snyder this City has sold out his bakery in Newcomerstown to f. D. Sliffe canal Dover. The purchaser will move there in a few Days and take charge his Plant. Or. Noah Troyer Baltich a a Boid hismteret1, in the it Mairig Mill to . A Rush ult the same place. Or. Troyer will sail farm implements this coming season. Mrs. Grant Hurst Wellsville while visiting Simon i Lens family this City took seriously ill typhoid fever and is now in a critic ii condition. Or Hurst her husband arrived saturday night and will remain during her illness. The ice Gorge against the Goshen Bridge endangered it so that St is Batt to be taken to Bleak the dam. Heavy explosives were fired off in the Gorge All the afternoon yesterday. We have not Learned anything As to the Success their Effort. To hear . Kellogg warble one would think be had robbed the most gifted plumaged warblers thir won Der till notes song. The audience was enraptured by his thrills and times. At opera House Friday feb. 3. Rev. I. S. Winters series meetings were crowned with More than usual Succo seat the m. R. Church. Yesterday thirty a x joined the Church. The meetings will continue this week last night the House was crowded to its utmost capacity. Miss Chester was enthusiastically applauded both times she kids her appearance first in a duet and in a Solo which was encoded. She has a Tine contralto voice which she uses in a most artistic sunday times. At opera House to nday feb. 3. The Mineral pointers is that Telephone connections is soon to be made with Centon through the efforts the new fire Brick and Clay co. The necessary subscriptions have been taken. Would it not be a Good idea to extend the line to new Philadelphia and Dover and thus connect the entire line towns. A i we understand that . T. J. Forbe Uhrichsville father senator Forbes will be a candidate fore the next democratic county convention for treasurer the county. Should he happen to be the Choice the convention the county could not Hare honoured a More worthy gentleman. The Street Railroad men Are having an interesting fight in the Ohio legislature to secure the passage a Bill granting 99 year franchises to Street railroads the same As to steam rail a roads in other words perpetual franchises. It is claimed that plenty Boodle is being daunted in the face opposing members. Arthur Dorsey third Street aged about to years met with a serious Accident yesterday afternoon. While running he came in Contact with a Rusty wire Fence which Cut deep into the flesh his face the principal wound being from his nose around under by left Eye. Or. Hendershot was called and dressed the wounds and his boy is doing Well. The son marshal Rose Berry Dover who was so terribly burned last Friday morning is still alive and some Hopes Are now entertained his re covery. The Little fellow is Only about 2 years age and while playing in front the fire Hie clothes in some Way became ignited and before he could be j rescued his left Side a amps burned in a shocking manner the times extends its sympathy to the bereaved parents. The Case the state Ohio is John Schwa Man was tried in common pleas court saturday. He was charged with breaking and entering the Louie John Dunn this City. He was defended the ground intoxication Ani thinking he was entering his Barding House and therefore a not response Hie for the act. The jury acquitted him. Ream and Olmstead defended him. On a strike. Workmen at the pipe to fib refuse to work under a coloured Foreman the old Foreman is discharged and the Man insist upon having a White Foreman. The Laboi Era in the big pit at the p be works Are a strike causal by the discharge . Chins. Ackerman their old Foreman and putting in his place a coloured Man from Cincinnati. While they Are willing to work under a new Foreman if lie is a White Man and competent for the position. They refuse to labor under the present Boss and will not resume work until a new one is appointed. Tue Coron Lka a inquest the five month old child James Young Midvale died sunday u yer. The child Wilbe r White Midvale has diphtheria. An infant the Barnhill Baker in seriously id with brain fever. The Midvale people Are looking Forward anxiously to the Day when the Street car line is completed to Uhrichsville. They want a Little depot waiting room also want a freight car attached to carry freight. Horace Riker will Lay out two Fields in lots for building up Midvale and will put a prohibition clause in ail his deeds to prevent any saloons being run in his addition. Or. Chicks ii. Mitch in informs us that the Road will be completed by october 1st, and then we will Krejci e. A resident. Beaver dam. I k Arnold is Busy cutting logs for. Hi3 new barn. Henderson amp doing the work and Are the Boss log cutters Tho Valley. David Brown will build a barn the coming summer our school under the management miss bondage is doing Well. Thomas rickets the Blacksmith will soon Uke unto himself a wife. Mis our physician the Valley will soon enter the practice. Toe Coal Bank Samuel Rentsch fell in last week. Tom tit. Yorktown items. Deis amp Fertig is Sarah Stein formerly mrs. A. Flatow. Appeal trom the docket Dover township Justice. Manuscript Ami bul particulars and summons filed Jan. 23. John la. Hostettler attorney for plaintiff and Donnell amp Lusk for defendant. B. Reidy and Juhu Lutidy foreclosure mortgage. Petition and Precipe filed and summons issued Jan. 23. Lelea and Green attorneys for plaintiff. Lemuel c. Porter is Robert Smith civil action petition an i Precipe filed and summons issued Jan. 23. Helea and Green attorney for plaintiff. John f. Kogler is the Reserve insurance company. Civil action. Petition and Precipe filed and sheriff issued to Tuscarawas county. P. S. Olmstead attorney for plaintiff. Henry Wiand is David Stocker. Action in attachment. Petition affidavit and Precipe filet anti summons and order attachment issued Jan. 20. Ii. Ii. Porter attorney for plaintiff. Fred Widder is the Ohio Farmers insurance. Company. Petition and pc cd fixed and summons is sural Jan. 20. J. T. , attorney for i Lus real est Atis I. We Athar signal report. No i no 2 no 3 no 4 no 5 Over the hotly James stall the boy who was drowned Monduy. Coroner Downey has made investigation As to the drowning James stall whom we spoke yesterday. James is ten years old and is the Sun John w. Still a resident Wist Philadelphia the boy in company with another Small boy by the name Stover Sou Styffe too scr West to the Mill race a. Beyers yesterday Forenoon. Toe water in the race is qute deep and skirted ice. The Stover boy says that the stall boy went out the in and that it broke and that he fell in pc Barbaer Downey says the ice did not show that any had been broken off although the Stroyer boy Slicks to his Story and says he was standing the Bank when it happened. To is near sighted and rather Peculiar. Some to nought perhaps he a t pushed Hias be had made threads toward the stall boy some tune previous hut no evidence that nature can be shown and consequently the coroners verdict will be that death resulted from accidental drowning married under false representations. John t. Humrickhouse died Jan. 22, and was buried at the German Reform Church. Rev. T. Kalbflesh officiated. The deceased was aged 59 years and ten months. Miss Matilda Aff hoi Ter is the sick list with re Esq Iati my . James f. Fox was at Home last week. Samuel Graff and wife from Brandywine visited grandpa Samuel Affholter the 22nd. Rev. Kalf Fleisck the a Eruan reformed Church Baa accept a charge at Indurie Topalis and will leave amp Rich next. H 200 0j 400 4000 200 200 no in fair weather. No 2�?local rain Snow. No 3�?rain Snow. No 4�?cold wave. No 5�?temperature signal next to Street Means warmer. A a Quot store a a colder. These reports Are telegraphed to e. R. Parmelee the shoe dealer every morning about la a. Rn., Aud signals Are displayed in front his St a re. Al ways read signals from the Street toward the store. Extra bargains in shoes until March 1st. The Welly Stock is rapidly melting away every pair from this Stock greatly Roduco i in drier. The a lad t so Dongola Button shoes Worth 2.50 now marked 1.50 sizes 21 3 i. One lot men shoes All Sixes and Olid Worth 1.50 now Only 90 cents. E. R. Parmelee the shoe dealer nov Philadelphia Ohio. Ako water St., Uhrichsville Ohio. 327 50 700 oooo 175 300 375 175 600 425 St to but so tipple the so Tho plaintiff Ali pm in his petition for a. Divorce. Proceedings for a divorce have Bern commenced in common pleas court by Asberry Page against his wife Bessie Page. The plaintiff alleges in his petition that at the time his marriage to the defendant she represented and he believed her to be a widow with two children. Since become a his a he Bas discovered that she Mieyer had been mar ried and that her children were illegitimate. That since her marriage to him she has been unfaithful to her marriage vows at various times. Also several other charges a serious nature whereby he claims to have been damaged not Only financially hut in mind and body la Arriage permits. Report Strasburg school for month ending Jan. 13c primary department enrolled boys 23, girls 13, total 3<l average attendance 32. Present each Day Grover Haas Harvey Koontz Allan Stanbarger Edwin Aud John Stilli Frank Warner Arrie Kemp Louis Dreher Willie Garber Pearly aul Tus Ricy and Viola aul Nela satan and Myrtle Tasker. John a. Becker teacher. High school enrolled boy a girls 8, total 22. Average daily attendance 20. Present each Fay Lillie and Ida Schneider loin Shutt we. Coulter a James and Howard Stanbarger Curtis Hartline Chap. Wallick and Martin Mizer. Visitors the misses Viola and Cora Stanbarger Strasburg and . Jacob Becker canal Dover. The attendance is Good pupils Are studious and visitors Are few. W. C. Heminger teacher. Elias Johnson to l b Ilas Kii sr., lots i $ and Uhrichsville a. I. Newler to j dim Schuep Bach part lots 25, amp 20 Bucks. Dortha amp Fred a c Dernier to Joseph belter lot 492, new Philadelphia. Sheriff Adams to Jacob l Maurer lets in 42. 43, Bolivar 1500 John t simmers to Mary a. Rank go rods Gnadenhutten. Philip Shafer to we Burgess lot to Dover. Chas m Leniart to Martha r Gray lot 363, new Phila 1000 John Ashleman jr., to Geo j Edwards 6 55-100 acres Goshen. Albert Roth to Susan Roth acres Franklin. Elizabeth amp Joshua f Flent Seto Sarah n Baker it a1., lot 35, new Phila. 500 we w Gundy to Henry ii Gundy 80 acres Fairfield 2000 Joseph St outta exc a to Rosa Garver Tot 24, Strasburg. Meagher amp Yakey to Henry Bargainer i acre Sandy. George j Markley to Isaac c Barthelow 5 acres Sandy. John e Conaway to Joshua Polen lot 2, Dover. 650 Gardner 4 Johnson to e 8 Kinsey lot 3, Dennison. Albert Spahr to Christian Boss 16$ acres sugar Creek. f Bvans to David amp Mary Reg lot a Bolivar. We Crist to Finley Mccreery 02 1-8 acres Sandy. 2485 John Brown it Ai., to John f Congleton 93.-100 acres new Phila 600 a Joseph m Carr to Elizabeth Hen Sci 4-10 acre new Phila 380 00 Caroline Weber it a1., to Mary e Leichtamer lot 189, Dover. Sylvania f 8weitxer to we f Moore lot 6, new Phila 160 John Burkhalter to Benj f Burkhalter lot la e Shawsville. 500 Hebron l Hostetler to Ulysses g Hostetler 89 acres sugar Creek. 612 Maurice Moody to Geo Roberts lot it Dennison. John Garber to Christian i Rol linger e $ lot 2, 5, lot 26, Dennison. Urias b elite to Jacob d Hite n $ lot 4 lot 5, Dennison 150 00 Jacob d Hite to Newton Gib Bens n $ 4, lot 5, Dennison. 1200 00 Jemmia so Chris Oppihle to James Stewart 43 so re new comer8town 110 00 util will be Ona Comet in 800 00 300 350 the new Philadelphia Street car company surveyed Tho distance Over the route for the Street Railroad Between this l to and Quot to Inch Seville monday. The Foad will be built if the Uhrichsville corporation will Grant the right to come into town. We presume there will be no Troi Hie about that. A Phis line will surely be great Benefit to the towns thus connected. Newspapers Are keeping vigilant watch and the scheme is not Likely to go through. It will be put to the test before Long. At Zanesville a Man supposed to be dead and being prepared for burial by the undertakers returned to Rife. The following marriage licenses have been granted by probate judge Mitchell John ii Zeigler to Mary Morhart. John s. Case to Annie l. Hart. Samuel Rotheray a u Roza Rinkier. Myrtle Milliken to win. Lytle. Mary Hadgraft to Harvey p. Shil Diz Lillie Thorley to George e. Mizer. Olive Moffitt to Elmer Strong. Lizzie Agnes to Geo. Penrod. Rosa l. Brown to Daniel go. Sarah Rice to a Ai a i Lyerly Nofrick is hereby Given to whom it May concern that a pet Fiou for a Public Road Wil. Be presented to the honorable Board commissioners county Ohio monday March gab 1893. Said Road is located and described As follows Viz commencing at tile end the Lane near the late residence Washington e. M. Bailey As administrator the estate Lenore Figert Haa commenced action in co Mem pleas court for the sum $5,000 damages against Mary Hardesty. It will be remembered that deceased was a Young lady and a Domestic in the family mrs. Hardesty and one evening a few months ago went to the Well to draw a bucket water. The girl was missing and upon search tile body was found in the Well. They Ell Bael a Box curbing around it and Windlass and As is supposed miss Figert in leaning Over lost her balance and fell in the Well. The petition alleges Gross negligence the part the Emo Lover in not furnishing a Safe mean for drawing from to a. Wed a. This course in. Owca the Legal question As to the extend liability employer to the employee in furnishing Safe Means performing the duties required the latter. The caftan Vril be watched with considerable interest. Report pleasant Valley school Sandy township Ohio number pupils enrolled boys 13. Girls 13. Total 2g. Average daily attendance boys 8, girls 9 total The following have been punctual Anna Nixon Regina Wagner Ada Mav Rose. Edith Mayrose. Only Pupil has been neither absent nor tardy Regina Wagner. Visitors miss Laura Swan . Elmer link miss a a behold miss Mary Perdue miss Mary Fisher miss Emma Fisher . Tom Shott my Harry Strong . Jerry Gibler miss Nettie Kline. Mary link teacher. In hat do you think the idea Hie future abode the wicked being situated Iii the nucleus some Gigantic Comet this opinion,.odd As it May seem to those who have Given comets and the future state the dead but Little attention has been entertained by Many really eminent scientists and philosophers among them the Learned . Winston the Friend Aud sometime adviser the great sir Isaac Newton. In answer to the inquiries a Friend who wrote to ask the doctor for some tangible proof the subject the following unique theories were advanced a according to Ray calculations and deductions this theory which you rightly say a must belong to me and me alone a does locate hell the awful prison House the damned in the fiery Nucleon some perhaps yet undiscovered Comet unthinkable size. A in this wide circling Chariot fire they will to whirled in the twinkling an Eye from the intolerable heat the surface the Sun Back into space hundreds and hundreds millions Miles from the treat Torch dearer our system. Thus instantly the wretched tenants will be Given two unbearable extremes one old and the other heat this to continue through the endless Ages eternity while the almighty is dispensing the Severi ties hid mortal Man Ever Harbor a More horrible idea than this sex. Clothing Saks agent wanted for new Philadelphia and Vicinity. Liberal commissions paid and a furnish the Best and most Complete outfit Ever provided by any House. Write at once for terms. Wanamaker a Brown Philadelphia a. For Sale a Tine cottage Home 9 looms lot 66x197 feet Only 2j Square i from Public Square Good Cistern cellar and Good fruit for $2,350. Reasonable terms. Inquire 51 s. Moore agent. House and lot East Avenue also a Coal Bank and equipments in Good running order 1$ Miles from town Good Coal. Inquire Thomas Perker new Philadelphia o., times office. Want one thai a Down and balance in reasonable payments. 49tf natural White Oil comes from natures invisible Depths purely a min eral product. Grows hair head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair fairing out. Price 50 cents. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Of a the Krescentia a cd Reseen Tia is the Delight the toilet a try Crescenta 3t8 Abraham Lappel in Tho Dunn Par Maranh Sims that re a a a a 7&Quot.---- Quot Quot \ township in the Oil Blore a Tri Albany. A r this will cause additional App Rehon f rr., and running through the lands cd the i win cities will soap Aud a new is t0 the arg number people who Jacob hint and by the residence manufacturing indu. By the it it i a. Burie it n Dois Kern Lucca Al a thence in a southerly Dir i por Etora Are Pitons it Dennison and sometime8 Phy Ician did not take every Means to ascertain whether death had really occurred. Truly no More horrible Fate can Well be imagined than being buried alive. There is no Means knowing How often this does occur and this uncertainty Only increases the d read the living. F will manufacture horse collars by machinery. The twin cities Are progressive and we wish them Success. We Are glad to note that we. Clark is still the mend. Ile is eating and sleeping better and the stumps his legs Are Healing Over nicely. If William has no Backset he will be Able to be up and out in a few months More. Very interesting revival services Are in Progress at the m. E. Church this City nightly. Rev. Winters is doing we called Hon. A. W. Patrick this morning and find that he is resting As Well As could be expected after receiving such injuries from tha it fall was thought he been injured ser Keetion to the lands W. Murphy and Fred. Heifer and thence to intersect the Road leading from Dunlap Creek to the Gilmore and Newtown Road. Many Peri loners Jacob Rietz 5 w 4. Prin. Attorney a. W. Patrick while going Down the stairs leading from his office at noon to Day slipped and fell Frac a the departed sister Catharine Kuhn was born oct. 17, 1816, at the Village Dieden Hausen near Berle Burg province Westphalia Prussia. She emigrated to this state a Ohio with her sister Amelia and other relatives in the year 1837. She was Early dedicated to the lord in holy baptism. She was for two years Catech ised and confirmed by Rey fibrin in 1841, aug 15 the she was married to John Blaus. They were blessed with seven children four sons and three daughters which two suns and two daughters mourn her loss. The others preceded her to the better land. On the last Day the past year she was taken seriously ill which ended her Rife the loth Day january 1393, aged 76 years two months and 23 Days. She toiled and lived with her husband51 years 4 month and 25 Days. He with four children a id eleven grand children mourn her loss. She triumphed by Faith in her redeemer in a peaceful we have Given a. Bippus amp son the ag8bcy in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley it is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase a co., distillers Louisville by. Natural grows hair the head White cures Dandruff Perma Oil gently tops hair failing out. It is nature s True hair grower. Grows moustache and whiskers. Price 50 cents. For Sale by f. C. Miller a son. Of we have two Good lots left yet in Brown and Heindle addition front Street in West Philadelphia Allen town. These lots ar6 situated con amp lenient for men in the Iron Mills Nail Mill and Are cheap. Call 8 Moore at times office. Of. Turing his wrist and badly bruising i ? end. Her earthly loss is her eternal most excellent work and Many new piously about the head and body but ones a. Espousing the cause Relig iou. Charles Johnson the Newcomerstown House breaker was sentenced yesterday to the work House at Cleveland for thirty Days also receiving a Fin Tad 124.00 corf he is not suffering any now from that source. One the Bones in his right wrist is fractured and will have to be nursed Tor some time and May to some extent disable the wrist. He is Able to sit in a a hair and will be out in a week oho a and head. Or. Hendershot called at the residence Asbury Fowler at Pike run yesterday and when he came away both . And mrs. Fowler were re Joie ing Over the Advent a Young daughter. Gam. Her by other a h Kuhn. Mrs. H. E. Espenschied who has Bec a very ill stomach trouble for the past f in Wilks ii slowly Row Ettag mrs. Rosa Putnam the widow the late Geo. Putnam a Gardener in this City died at her residence North 8ixth Street this City yesterday morning in her fiftieth year cancer the Throat. Villiam Clark morning n much worse this applicant Tor Ortlon applicants for office should know exactly what to apply Tor. A Book containing a list offices not within Tho Sivil service subject to appointment by the new administration with the salaries attached has just been carefully compiled from official records and copyrighted by a. M. Hughes jr., and John h. King Washington. Includes presidential appointments offices under the Senate and House representatives the diplomatic and consular service All the executive departments at Washington and the government printing office such local offices in the states and territorial As District attorneys marshals receivers and registers land offices customs and internal Revenue collectors deputies storekeeper and gauges sub tre amp series special agencies land and Indian agents employees in bub treasuries and All Public buildings. It is highly important that applicants for office should avoid mistakes by knowing what is in the civil service. This is the Only publication that gives that valuable information and Turnia Hes a list office not within the civil service wit salaries attached. Book will be sent to any address receipt one Dollar. Address Coss a Kiyoi Ltd am a Mil a Newi Pic it belter a Lytle new Philadelphia Hio can and will sell you monuments headstones cheaper than any other farm in the state. Call and examine our Stock were you can see toe work and save Money by dealing direct with them. No agents percentage to pay and you can see just what you Are boy no As we carry a big Stock finished work. I Ltd general real estate and insurance Ostolf you need Good fire life Accident insurance want to buy sell real estate have any notary work to do give me a Call. Office opposite m. E. Church Corner West High and fifth St., new Philadelphia Ohio. Jacob de Gubie notary Public and ins. At. Removal Silver Ash Institute a cure alcohol Aud morphine habits from Alliance o., to Salem o., co. High and Lundy streets. The manage meat will be in the hand l. H oops pre., and C. Snyder to Rea. No Effort will be spared to make every one comfortable and satisfied who come to the Institute. Our remedies Are sure Safe and scientific and a cure guaranteed. Fred j. Ripple is our agent for new Philadelphia Aud anal Dover who will be pleased to give any and All desired information. Hours pm la

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