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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 16, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times fun used in Cut thu bad at. One Dollar per year in Advance. Belt advertising med no in the county books Bill Heads Postern and Job printing every description done Short notice. Toub to vol Boli Otid. New Philadelphia times. The a a times advertising rates. Paob. One Inch. Three nodes. Sic inches. Halt column. One column. I to. 3 mo.16 to $ 1 50 3 4 0< 5 00 13 90 to so Floo to 12 50 30 go 13 00 9 15 25 50 00 i y r. T 6 15 26 50 50 co too business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday Peb. 16, 1893. Number 8. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. 49thb new Philadelphia tubs will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following Bates one year in advance91.00 if not paid within three to s bsrremittance8 should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Is address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 two papers for i. The new Philadelphia times amp Farmers Friend the Small sum one Dollar is the offer we now Mahe to All new sub scribers who #1. In Advance. We extend this offer to All who up ail arrearage and one Dollar in Advance any one w to keeps his paper paid in Advance so All May stand Anc Quality those who spoke to us lately about the fathers Friend will be entitled to receive it if they Call. The Farmers Friend is a Semi monthly farm journal and is Well liked by All 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 the Nevis the county and therefore we Are enabled to give our patrons p much better weekly paper. Fifty two copes a Large weekly paper and Twenty four copes a Large farm journal All for one Dollar should attract the attention the Reading pub lie. Just enclose one Dollar and we will put you our list. Teachers examinations. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates As follows during 1892 and �?T92 at new Philadelphia november 26, �?T92 january 28, �?T93 february 25, �?T93 june 17, �?T93 August 26th, �?T93. At canal Dover january 7, �?T93 february ,�?T93 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 3d, �?T93. Pupils examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, �?T93 May 6th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. Rn., and no one will be admitted to the Claes after 9 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 Den and Ink and the necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. All examinations will be held in the High Sci tool room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. J. W. Pfeifer pres i. J. Richardson. Business directory. Joseph Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Philadelphia. Ohio Augustu 1890. 33y the damage done by recent floods at Brisbane Australia is estimated at $15,000,000. Secretary the Treasury charts Foster finds it necessary to Issue and sell 50,000,030 in Bonds to relieve the already depleted Treasury. The re publican party will not retire from office with flying c Liers this Fine. Judge Gresham Indiana is Sai i to be booked As Secretary state in the Cleveland Cabinet. Ile was a Republican candidate for resident against Harrison. Being opposed to tile r publican Protection theory he Cam out in support cd pc land. He is a Man ability. Personal and general. Terns interest gathered from Many sources. H. A. Parmelee Sharpens skates Ltd . Chas. Bartles came Home last week for a Short via t. Billy Green has accepted a position with Swihart a Gilgen. Sheldon Dickerson Newcomerstown was in town tuesday. The u. S. Authorities at Honolulu have established a prot act orate est 10o pieces Spring j the hawaiian islands until matters Crews goods just in at resettled at Washington. The Sta a and stripes were Flung to the Breeze. This action was taken to preserve Ortle and prevent the loss property. Republicans Are fearful that Ceve land will make to e supreme co it democratic now that Harrison has d a Democrat to the i St judges. It looks As though the masses thought that democrats could As Well As rept cleans eke Cleveland would not have been elected. A Little More genuine democracy the supreme Bench will be perfectly satisfactory to the people. Attorney general Miller has brought suit in the United states circuit court against the american Bell Telephone coasting for an annulling Patent no. 463,569. It is claimed that tics Patent practically covers the principles the old one which had expired and that not sufficient improvements had been claimed and that it is against jus tire and equity that the monopoly be prolonged. That is a step in the right direction and we Hope the court will see its Way to annul the p tent. Representative Lambricht Tuscarawas has introduced the following Bill Sec. it enacted by the general Assembly Thi state Ohio that the Standard time throughout this state shall be tin t the Nim to til Meridian Longitude West from Greenwich by which All courts brr k and Public offices Ami All Legal it finial proceedings shall be Hen alter regulate d. Whenever by the Laws this state by any Law Rule order process any authority created by pursuant to the Laws this state any act s re Tii cd to be performed at w within any j Resor bed time such act shall be per formed according to the Standard time the Ninetieth Meridian Longitude West from Ore Nowich known As Central Standard time. Sec. 2. This act Shell taker Fleet at 12 , noon april i 1893. Passed House yeas 55, nays 28. See the times offer in the first limn. Two papers for one Dollar. Col m Ella Mccaw Dennison was the gut St Nano Boothe last week. And summer Spring bios. 7tf the next convention the y. C. A. Is to be held at Youngstown Ohio. Miss Alice Crouch was married the 9th, inst., to . C. Mccausland Pittsburgh. Miss Crouch was a former resident this City and is a Beautiful and modest Little lady and we wish them abundant happiness. Why is it that our town clocks can not be made to strike the Correct Hou ? we acknowledge that we Are not Over fast in our habits but when it comes a Al time we like to a a Witthar a without being an hour late As the clock endeavours to make us. Mrs. A Xander Moore Ehrichs i in died last week after a lingering illness. She was the Mother mrs. Orson Lusk this City and sister to . J. T. Of Donnell. She was an amiable lady and kind Mother and wife. Her remains were brought to new Philadelphia for burial. Building and loan company. Or. And mrs. Burnett were guests Rev and mrs. Simon Over the Sabbath. Miss Abbie Lockard Toledo o., is the guest her Cousin miss Fannie Kreusch. Mrs. Chas. Nagely has gone to Peoria Illinois to look after the rental her farm. Mrs. Helot Johnson Uhrichsville attended the funeral her father Sabbath afternoon. The mandolin club will give several numbers Friday evening for the y. C. A. Reception. Headquarters for country produce. Spring Bros Mitchner Block new Philadelphia. O. 7tf . And mrs. Edgar Walter spent sunday in Canton the guest . And mrs. Frank Stewart. Do not let prejudice kill you. T h. Booth a attorney at a a in notary Public Aud conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl re opened. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. It in per Day. Fine bar and House newly a a Kyj furnished feed stable in connection. 39yl s Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Mykris Block 2d floor. Toun _ a re Graham attorney at Lay and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tusca rawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl . S. Vail dentist. Of face in City Block Over Fribley s hardware . Byron c. Hendershot. Psysicia1t and set a in sift. Office and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1 y c. C. Ellis a . Plans for banding any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway. New Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl j r. P. It. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio f 8 to to a. In. Office hours 2 to 4 p. In. 7 to 8 p. In. Sundays 9 to to a. In. Tee a Wley to use. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Johnson Hitchcock an old citizen Franklin township Harrison county died Friday last week aged Overes Guty years. He was Well known in this Community and was at one time owner the Hunch flour paragraph. Mrs. Authur Davis port Washington met with a Sai Accident while skating with a lady Friend a week ago saturday by falling the ice. Her injuries resulted fatally the following monday. She was an estimable lad it and a former resident Alliance. Her remains was taken to that place for burial last week. Do not let prejudice kill continue to keep you an invalid because you Are opposed to being treated by a advertising doctors a v bom perhaps you have often heard the express in t i it a if they Are such Good doctors Why do tin y advertise a do you believe that none but quacks in Ort to the Public press to make known the fact the it they Are prepared desire to treat the afflicted it so visit our office and see the numbers that Call upon us Tyeray Day for consultation and treatment and then will change your mind. The doctor who can give Jou material Relief cure you is the one to whom you should apply and not permit yourself to be swayed into a different course because any former prejudice by the flippant objections such As cannot give a a reason for the Faith that is in . France amp Ottman a e patronized by a class ladies and Gen Hemen too sagacious to be imposed upon by any ignorant quack and they e too Independent to he frightened away from the physicians who Are curing them. Drs. France and Ottman formerly new York now the France medical and surge Cal Institute Lumbar Ohio by request Many Fren is and patients have decided to visit new Philadelphia monday february 20tb. Consultation and free and Stric by confidential in the private parlor the Sherman House from 9 a. In. To 6 p. In. One Day Only. 40 pieces to inches wide. The Best bargain Ever brought to the town�?40 pieces dress goods�?40 inches wide at to cents per Yard at John ii. Kinsey a store. This is a Job lot and every lady should see it. So 2 Ina ii at Ion i eur Sion rates to Washington via Pennsylvania lines. They will be exceptionally Tow end will be in effect february 2sth, March 1st, 2d and 2d, from principal ticket stations this direct route to to the National Capitol. Stop Over privileges will be granted at Baltimore going returning and tickets will be valid to return until March St inclusive. The fast through time made Over the Pennsylvania to Washington is the quickest from Points in Western Pennsylvania Ohio Indiana Illinois Kentucky West Virginia the train service is excellent making a trip a a this route real the w in pleasure. Your nearest Pennsylvania Lino ticket agent will cheerfully furnish any information you May desire regarding rates tickets and time to. I is. 83 Hon. J. A. D. Richards has returned from Washington where he has been for several weeks past. 500 pairs lace curtains ranging in Rice from 50c. To $10.00 per Lair at Spring Bros. 7 if . And mrs. It. Mccleary have gone t j Newcomerstown to attend the funeral their aunt mrs. Shaw. Mrs. Elza Scott Florence Washington co., Ais visiting her sister mrs. Henry Custer in this City. Mrs. Nealie be ache and children Charlottsville South Carolina Are visiting her sister mrs. Cha. Bartles. The Sot i Ai f Lye will give a grand i a1 in the evening saturday Fob. 18th. It will be a highly exp eatable dance. Or. And mrs. A. Snyder went to Massillon tuesday to attend the funeral their neice mis. Charles Snyder. We axe now ready to show our Nice Spring goods. Give us a Call. J. H. Kinsey not til West Public Square. 8 a 2 a. G. Reeves Secretary and treasurer our rolling Mills visit cd his Jaruda it Niles saturday and sunday. Piano solos Duetts and readings will be pleasant teatime in the evenings entertainment at y. C. A. So Ciao mrs. Harvey Bowden and son Frank Cleveland came Home to attend the funeral their father. Or. David Johnson this i y. Miss Harriet Kreusch Cleveland and her sister mrs. Davidson new Castle pa., were visitors at their lathers Home in this Cit we learn that judge Albaugh and family Canton Are going to move soon to los Angelos California to make Flint their future Home. The Best mus Cal Talent the town both Vee ii and has b. In seemed for the it caption Friday Evn my at the y. C. A. Rooms. The Young menus Christian association Hope to open their Rejonis to the Public Friday feb. 17th. A pleasing entertainment will be Given. Or. And mrs. Or. Byron Hendershot were made Happy this morning Oyer the Aryal a Fine baby girl. The times extends congratulations. Chases Barley malt whisky is stimulating and nourishing to the consumptive the old and feeble. It is absolutely pure. Sold by a. Bippus a son. We Are closing out our Winter Stock at Cost to make room for Spring goods. Do not miss these bargains. 7 Ixo. If. Kinsey. Messes. Emery Battershell Harvey Mathias Edward Snyder and Ross Porter attendant the y. C. A. Convention at Lima Friday and saturday returning Home monday. The Heyworth farm lying about 2 3 Miles from the town Phillipsburg will be sold at partition Sale saturday Fob. 18th, 1893. This farm consists 88 38-100 acres with very Good improvements. It is a very Desi i Able farm Good soil water Timber it is appraised at $2,220. See advertisement 4th Page. Remember it will be sold the premises Between the hours one and 4 clock p. In. New Philadelphia has just add it d to its financial institutions a Branch the Ohio National building and loan company Cleveland Ohio. Messes. T. H. Wilmott and f. W. Robinson Cleveland special agents the company have spent a few Days Here and sold $31,700 the monthly instalment Stock the company and succeeded in interesting a number our Best citizens in this prosperous institution. At a meet ngot the Stock he Liers held Friday evening in the Corm missioners room the following Ollie is and dilators were elected for the present Yeai president Samuel Moore. Vice presidents. V. Swetzer. Attorney a. F. Wilkins. Secret Aye Chaa e. A xxx. Treasurer Ambrose Bowers appraising com in it t Ejohn nag Ley sr., John a. Him a c. D. Grimes. Alternate appraiser de. W. Dick. Additional directors a. A. Walter Henry Billett i. A. Correll Jas. A. Linn Benj. B. Sweitzer and Chas. A. Lamar. This company commenced business the 22d August 1891, and has now a subscribed capital More than $1,800,000.00, and has loaned first to tag Security More than $280,000 . The Cash the Security held being $2.06 for each Dollar loaned Stock in this company is lion forfeitable it can be withdrawn at any time giving thirty Days notice it can be transferred at any time a saving 20 cents per Day invested with this company will realize $1,000.06 in eight years. We bespeak for tire company a Large business in our town and would advise All who can save a Little monthly who Are desirous a t org a House for themselves the advantages offered i y it. The Secretary any member the Board will be glad to give informal to any persons wishing it. Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. Bate 2.00 per Day. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All Modem improvements. 31yl d r. D. A Gentsch. New Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over Saunders Barber shop West High strict office hours�?9 to 12 m. 2 to 4 p. M., and 7 to 9 p. Residence East 45yl j. R. Kurtz a agent for Ohio Farmer s insurance company. No. 3 Rast fair Street new Philadelphia Ohio any one desiring a splendid Little farm 88 33-100 acres will do Well to attend the partition Pale the Siolz Worth farm near p. In Lisburg next sat urday. It will a sold Tho premises appraised at $2200. Farm Well proved. Whitens Aud softens the skin. In Roz Odoro is the safest ail toilet preparations for whitening the complexion it is a hygienic luxury being most agreeable to use and leaving the skin in a pure refreshing and healthy Condi Tion. Delicately perfumed. Mrs. . Howard san Francisco writes a a it has made my skin pure and White As a Little Price 75 cts. Try a bottle. Sent free receipt Price and so wrapped it cannot be told. Address the Roz Odoro co., South Bend ind. Agents wanted. Or. Dias. Freeman Book keeper and cashier for the pipe works in this City has resigned his position and returned to Chicago his former Home. Or. Cans. Puce Chicago has taken his place. Canton Tuscarawas no. 35, patriarch militant will meet in i. O. O. F. Hall feb. 16, 1s93, at clock All members Are requested to be present by order the commander. B. F. Knisely clerk. Mrs. Sperling ail aged lady and an old resident port Washington died last week. She was held in High esteem by All who knew tier Aud was the Mother mrs. Chris. Wyand and mis. Adolphus Demumb port Wash Ugloi. , Active responsible Mau to handle our l utilize is in this and adjoining counties. Good to the right Man. Address Lites a bro., care a. W. Clapper Gen. Agt., Zanesville Ohio. It the Farmers Harrison county take much Ondein their fist tales held at the county feat. The ladies also take an interest in the work. A very interesting program is prepared and a Good share carried out by them. Such an Institute would be highly interesting in Tuscarawas county. Why not the Farmers take hold it. Some the citizens Harrison col n y Are demonstrating against the building a new court House thinking the old one Good enough. The people North township offer a site and $50,000 to change the county seat to Scio. Sue a charge would Robab y look Well enough for Scio and Vicinity but to a disinterested party it would teem like the greatest piece foolish Ness the county was Ever guilty . The location has no redeeming features. The Uhrichsville and Dennison fair association held its annual meeting a week ago saturday. The following Board managers were elected president Geo. Welch. Vice president a. A. Pittenger. Secretary a. C. Of Ter. Treasurer Jos. Morehead. Directors a. J. Trader we. Hill j. , we. Mccauley Lyman Hardin in c. B. Mccluskey j. Ii. A Njo Der. The dates for the in it annual fair were fixed s.?. 19, 20, 21 and 22? Isi 3. The y. C. A. Will open their new7 rooms with a free Public reception the evening it Friday feb. 17ch, from seven to ten clock. This social evening is to express the a a appreciation the encouragement they hive received from the citizens the town in Tilting up their rooms and they invite the ladies and gentleman new Phila Delphia both Young and old to come and accept the cordial greeting which awaits them inspect the various rooms the association and enjoy the delightful entertainment prepared. Canal Dover has at last adjusted her rolling Mill tax difficulty. The citizens put up the Money to meet the taxes the Enjo Iners and they dismissed Tiu i it actions. Considerable ill feeling Bas been engendered but we Hope the storm is Over. We hive a Mutual interest in the Prosperity All our manufacturers in both towns for they will soon Leas one town and a Community interest should be Many our people find employment in the Dover Mills. The Reeves Bros Are successful manufacturers and it i6 not taking spot Luck in encouraging their business. Anton Maurer a to helium working in the pipe works in this City a airspeed in mayor Souers court last sat urday night the at Layit Anna Gurency a Bohemian lady Liying Here charging assault with intent to rape monday the complainant agreed to dismiss the action if he would the costs and leave the town and he acted accordingly. The mayor had difficulty in understanding what these people said and consequently could not investigate thoroughly the exact truthfulness the charge and was willing to let him go. We have contracted for a new Power press for the times office which Wil enable us to get out our Large edition a Little earlier than we have been enabled to do our old press. It will arrive about the 1st March. We Trust our j atreus will up arrearage subscription As we will a need our Money for this expense. Every one should embrace the Opportunity getting two papers for one Dollar by paying Iii Advance. The times and the Farmers Friend an excellent farm Jou Nal is our offer. Many have already taken advantage this offer. Call and see s male copy. Additional regulation 27. That every physician be required in Case Small pox cholera Scarlet fever diphtheria measles in the Village new Philadelphia Ohio to order the head the family v h re such Case infectious disease exists immediately to placard the House with proper card furnished by the Board health and to give proper instructions to such finally As to the quarantine to be Matt tined As provided by the regulations the be a i health. Regulation 28. That no nurse attending any such Patio pc anyone going into the room where such patient kept shall be permitted to leave the premises and that such patient be separated from the rest the family and kept in a separate room attended Only by the nurse nurses and physician. Regulation 29. That any room and old clothing therein any such patient was confined shall be t Roperia renovated and fumigated will Sulphur and disinfected unde r the instructions the physician in charge. Passed february 14th, 1�93. E. S. Souers president. B. P. Scott. Secretary. Regulations health. The Hoard 1000 so 3 to 900 2375 269 0 250 250 200 3250 500 2000 2550 1516 report Strasburg St he ols for the i the month ending feb. . Primary department. Enrolled Beys 13 girls 13. Total,36 average attendance 31. Present each Day Clayton Eyster Walter and Willie Gossage Grover Haas Harvey Koontz John Miller Charlie Andrela Saam Edwin John and Lydia Stilli Archie Kemp Pearly Tusky and aul Viola and Myrtle tasks a and Nora sea Filer. John a. Becker teacher. High school. Enrolled boys 14 girls 9. Octa ,23. Average attendance 20. Present each Day Lillie Schneider Lottie Seese Lula Shutt we. J. Gaiter Edward Saam James and Howard Stanbarger Curtis Kathine Leroy Sedgwick Chas. Wallies and Martin . Visitors a. P. Becker and Clara Becker canal Doyer Winfield hotline Lena Myers Nora Garber Mary Myers Mary and g. A. Carver Strasburg and Francis Cordrey fort Wayne ind. C. Kenninger teacher. Mrs. Kurtz widow i. Ii. Kurtz who was a member the Deis Busman Kurtz company canal Dover asked for the appointment a receiver monday. John l. Kennedy was appointed and gave Bond for $50,000. Toe receiver was asked for by mrs. Kurtz account a disagreement in settling up the business the firm. Matters Are now approaching settlement and doubtless will be closed up and the action dismissed. David Johnson aged 68 years died Yery suddenly heart disease about 8 clock Friday morning last. He had been in his usual health and had never complained any heart trouble before. His death was a severe Shock to the family. As a Cit zen he was respected by All. He was a kind husband and father and leaves a wife and two children. Or. Healon Johnson Uhrichsville and mrs. Harvey Bowden Cleveland. Or. Johnson Uhrichsville was so shocked at the news his fathers Dealfi that he was unable to attend the funeral. The remains were placed in a vault sunday. Transfers real est at Nancy a Gordon to we a Gordon it a1., 91 92-1c0 acres Mary a a we Maurer to Catharine r Gough i acre Mill. Gardner a Johnson to j l Shivers lots 6 amp 7 Dennison. Nathan Stine to Phil p she. I a n lot 499, new Phila. Mary e Dutton to David Gat Cheff 69 acres Mill. L s Winch it a1., to Sar la a Miksch Pirt lot 24 a 35, Gnadenhutten. Maggie a Eliza Smith to we b Thompson 93- 0 acres i sheriff Adams to we b Thompson land Mill. Philip Shafer to John h Wal lick lot 65, Dover. Jas b Wallace to Jas a Sharp lot 17, new Phila. John Brown it a1., to Geo l Wetzel 29-100 acres new Phila. Benj f Burkhalter to christens Burkhalter lot la e Shanes life. John j Domer to Alexander i \ acres sugar Creek. Andrew Coblentz to Moses a Coblentz 42 acres sugar Creek. Moses a Coblentz to Andrew Coblentz 25 i 6 arts sugar Creek. The trustees sugar Creek twp to the trustees Dover twp 2 3-100 acres sugar Creek 210 07� sheriff Adams to Mary Rains Berget a1., 99j acres Union. Jacob Huston to Chas s John 11 acres Mill. We w Porter to Geo h Porter 36 39-160 acres Mill. Gardner amp Johnson to win a Page lot i Dennison. Anson b Everett to Dias b w Thompson part lot 3, Dennison. Geo King to jus Loeb lot 4, Dennison. Jas. J. Mazurie to Margaret Mazurie part lots 15 and 16, Uhrichsville. Peter pettys Amin a a to we Mowrer lot 90, Newcomerstown. Gardner amp Johnson to Maurice Moody lots 2, 3, 4, Dennison. W w card to t h Loller lots i amp 2, Dennison. Wesley Foster Orebecca Foster 101j acres Union. Geo w m Geus adm a to we Crago 15 acres. Salem. 8 f Switzer to Rebecca Sears lot 29, new Phila. S f Sweitzer to Anna seals lot 25, new Phila. J w Huston to Calvin j Kinsey lots i 2, 3, Dennison. John Cramer to we Wolbert e a lot 8, lot 9, Uhrichsville. Jas r Mulvane to win j louder lot 15, newcomer town. Emanuel g Waltz to r s Campbell 90 so Perch Warren. Fred a Lantzer adm a to Abraham Weber about 1<7 acres Wayne and Franklin. J no f to Edward w Carpenter St in land Warren 50 00 we a Crist to Martin Justus 18 4 acres Warren. Sheriff Adams to Rolen la amp f p bean 40 acres. Perry. Aaron shul to Martha j shul 2 31-100 acre York. Aaron Shull to Alice Shull i 26-100 acres York. Jas wisc opens adm to go Sterling to acres Mill. Geo c Sterling to the Loller acres Mill. Henry Gerber to Wilhelmina Eisch 2 13 40 acre Wayne. Duffet Chadwell to Anthony m Grewell to 2-5 acre Washington. Catharine Ley to Susie Hartman 17-100 acre Oxford too 03 Henry s Fisher to Mary e fish lot 28 part lot 27, Bolivar. Angeline Ace Brothers to Glo j Markley about 77 acres Sandy. Jose Varner to Noc Lens 14 62-11 acres Rush. 6633 Mary m Knaus to j no c i was a acre Rush. 30 Jas w Dening to Joshua f Leggett 56 acres Union. 2500 Jos Stout Texca a to Lewis Smith lot 4, Strasburg. 150 Laura amp f d Sliffe to Frank r Snyder lot 14, Dover. 700 jump Williams to Mary a Williams part lot 316, new Phila. 1200 Mary Bon Geter to Emile von Gunter 5 66-100 perches Wayne. 14 Emile von Gunter to Johlin Messer 158-1000 acres Wayne. Rudolph c Prysi to Nicholas Messer 132 40-100 acres. Wayne. 400 Mary Baker to Frank Baker 15 acres Wayne. 400 00 Richard c Maxwell to Jno r Maxwell lot 37, s \ 36, Shawsville. Geo w Murphy to Walter Moore lot 13, Uhrichsville. John r Berkshire to Mary e Hiller strip land Washington correspondence. Communications from our special representatives. Gilmore. Or. Will Mailick who was thrown from a buggy a couple weeks ago and sustained serious injuries is Able to attend to his duties again. It seems that some u unscrupulous whelp removed the Bur from the front wheel the veil c e which cursed the Accident. Ile a hitched the horses got into the buggy and thinking that nothing was wrong started a Lively gait for Home when suddenly the front wheel flew off and he was thrown out the hard Frozen ground his face sustaining serious facial injuries. It was reported by de a Gilg parties that there was foul play such was not the Case for the Accident occurred in the presence a couple our prominent citizens. Will Mailick is a genial accommodating gentleman Ani we can not see Why anybody could do such a dastardly trick. 3300 250 450o 200 800 400 1200 370 1.00 1509 1.00 401 200 200 Roo 650 00 765 00 1500 00 2430 00 8775 00 1560 600 400 2334 2334 450 156 too 7800 90 55 . Gooding Sud wife were at the county seat recently. O lie Kinsey who has been working at new Philadelphia for sometime is visiting Here. Or arid mrs. George Todd visited the latter a brother win. Binning mar Paoli recently. Miss Sadie George be town spent Sal b the with Flemming Roberta and family. Miss Rose Mccormack was Home Over Sabbath. Mrs. Frank Kinsey and miss Lillie Rankin have both been the sick i the former is Neay ering from a severe attack Scarlet . Mrs. George Stidger Carleton who has been visiting her sister mrs. Tho. Lancing for several w weeks returned to Home monday aet. Mrs. Janus Shontz cd Perry township visited at the residence . Hofling recently. Or. In fling was at new Philadelphia business a few Days ago. A strange Case desertion occurred in our Village the past week. The i wife a. E. Orr left Home taking with her the oldest child a Little girl about three and Leal my the youngest an in Faut to the care the father. Master Harry Watson met with a serious Accident tuesday last we Eek. The older children Weie coasting and Harry was standing a Short distance from the track Olmi a sled with two Little girls jumped from the main track and before any one could warn him the the sled struck him knocking him Down. It passed Oyer his lower limbs breaking the right limb above the right knee and inflicting severe bruises the left knee. Medical Aid was summoned and the fracture reduced. At present he is doing As Well As could be expected. Bitter Siveret. Levi Morris feb. 2nd 1893 the spirit Levi Morris a life Long resident this Community winged its Way from Earth to that silent land where the spirits Tbs departed All Ages arc assembled there to await the resurrection morn. Or. Morris was a son Peyton Morris and was born in 1825, being at the time Bis deathjj7 years 5 months and 4 Days old. He had b in thrice married and his last wife formerly mrs. A x. Jenkins and eight children by his former marriages survive him. Having lived in this Community his entire life the exc option about one year spent in Tippecanoe he avas one the Best known and most highly respected citizens in the Community. Owing to the great distance that separated him from three his children they were not permitted to be preset t at the burial. These three Are mrs. Anthony Miller Jums and Ruben. All residing in the West. The interment took place in wed Union cemetery Sundy feb. St. The funeral services were conducted by tile pastor the West a i a Choca which body . Morns was a member. As the leaves autumn fade and decay a the old familiar faces the aged and even the Middle aged arc silently swiftly and one by one vanishing i rom Moi Tai ryes forever. Sad y and not Viii bout Bitt r tears Are tiny Given up by their dear ones and their decaying bodies consigned to Mother Earth. Their bodies a yes there is our cause for re dicing for Dot s not a dds a holy word say. A their bodies shall re turn to dust and their sports to the god who gave them a peace to memory the departed dear ones. Kind thoughts to cover Aff their weaknesses and Short comings. Garlands Beautiful blossoms to deck their Low Green Mounds and sweeter than All else Earth to the faithful Aie these words the Savior a and to i Ara with you alway Eyen to Tho end the world bitter Sweet. 15 240 oooo 520 125 0 150 six prisoners were pardoned by the Board Penitentiary managers at Columbus the 9 in inst. The lev Iain last week crowded the Tuscarawas River out her Banks and caused much damage in places the handle Bridge at new Comers town suffered heavy damage. The water bad undermined the West pier causing it to fall in and with it the spans that end. It will require several Days to repair the damage so that trains can run. The watchman at the Bridge saved a fearful catastrophe by giving warning to the trams in t Ine. Just 17 minutes before the Bridge fell a passenger train p used Over and 7 minutes before it fell a freight passed Over and strange indeed was it that they went Oyer safely. Midvale. Great Hargain Sale. We Haye just received 40 pieces dress goods 40 inches wide which will sell at to cents per Yard. Do no fail to see these goods at j. H. Kins North West Corner Public Square. 8w2 Phillipsburg. Our schools Are prospering and Wil soon be at i High Grade Mark. There is talk organizing a Grange and buildings Hall a. Lan Tyers farm Over in the Valley. It looks As though it was going to be in favor a few a upper crumbs and it lint is the Case we do int think tire will a much pleasure profit in it. The Shaw a saw a Iii has left our Pace for the Taegu t Kuhn farm. The High water swept away a part their Mill. Play fair. P. omit the remainder a play fair so letter because the name the writer not accompany the correspondence. All correspondents must give us tit real name. We want to give the news any locality in a fair and unbiased Way and do not endorse the sentiment in any correspondence unless it is Given in tha form an de. I he three year old daughter Wilber White died diphtheria Friday at la a. In. She was buried in Gnadenhutten cemetery sunday. Or. Harrison Gundy and miss Ella Cole were United in marriage sunday feb. 5th, at the residence the brides sister mrs. We. Kyle Midvale. Rey. H. Appleton the Plains m. E. Church officiated. We extend our Hearty congratulation and sincerely Hope that their journey band in hand through life May Leas pleasant As their characters give us reason to expect. We do not know How so Many erroneous reports respecting the prevalence contagious diseases in our town and Barnhill manage to find their Way into the papers. Some one in last weeks times reported fifteen cases diphtheria in Barnhill while the truth is there is not a Case diphtheria in the town Vicinity except in . Whites family in Midvale. In fridays daily mention was made the death the daughter w. B. Phillips Barnhill. There was a Little mistake made in in Gal d to the two previous deaths in the lame House. The two who died there two years ago were the wite and daughter . John James. One the neighbors the family claims that the cause source infection is not in the water used As they use the waiter from . Truax a Well from which several families use and have been using for years without serious consequences. The trouble must be in the House itself As it seems to be haunted by the typhoid fiend. Mrs. S. Swearingen is spending a few Days with her son Robert Swearingen and family a visit. A resident. Feb. 7.�?another child Wilber Whites died last night diphtheria. This second victim is a Little girl five years old. No More cases in Midvale at present. Marriage permits. Washington letter. From our regular correspondent an Early extra session the fifty third Congress now appears More certain la in at any Lime since Congress met. Sex gov. Campbell Ohio one the prominent democrats who were in Washington this week who is Bel eved to enjoy the Confidence pre Eilent elect Cleveland said while Hen a yes i think the chances an extra session Are Good if not almost Cert ars. The Silver liw should repeal a and As it will not be done at the present session judging from tins weeks attempt and failure it must be done by an extra session. The democratic platform demands such a repeat a general sentiment in this direction pervades the democratic party the Silver question was one the main is tins the last Campaign the party stands pledged to its repeal and it will keep its gov. Campbell acknowledged that he could name several the coming Cabinet but courteously declined to do so. Senator Morgan introduced a Bill this week that will simplify the proceedings should the present negotiations result in the annexation Hawaii. The Bill provid s that whenever the United states shall acquire Dominion Oyer any foreign country place by treaty annexation otherwise the president with the advice and consent the Senate May appoint a governor and legislative Council for the same whos1 acts shall be subject to Revi Ion repeal by Congress. Or. Harrison has not yet c flit rally recognized the hawaiian commissioners and their negotiate Are All with Secretary Foster. It a believed that . Harrison who is known to favor annexation is waiting to hear what the representative the deposed Queen May have to say before taking any official action. In the mean time the state department is gathering information about Hawaii and its financial condition and prospects in order that Congress May act intelligently the matter when a decision is reached by . Harrison. The investigation the Money spent in the United states by the agents the Panama canal company now being conduct d by a House committee has just gone far enough to create a general demand for More information. It has brought out the fact that a great Deal More Money was spent in this country than the Public had any idea and that it was largely paid for secret ser. Vices some sort the receiver giving no voucher for what he received. It is to be regretted that this investigation was not started earlier in the session As it is feared that there May not be time Between this and the 4, March beyond which Date the committee will have no existence to ascertain the names those who received this Money. The reported sudden illness which has been made the excuse for sex St Creary Thomson a not appearing b fore the committee according to Promise has teen unfavourably commented upon but col. Fellows chairman the , says he believes it is straight and that Thompson will come As soon As he is Able to travel. Representatives Fithian Indiana Baker Kansas arid Lawson Georgia have United in a Sharp minority report against the i ill provi Iii g for a permanent census Bureau which has been favourably reported by the House census committee which they Are members. It says among other things that the present census Bureau is divided into Twenty five divisions ail but seven which should be eliminated that Many the statistics taken under the last census Are merely duplications reports made by other bureaus the government that the census Bureau has been enlarged from time to tune More to create offices and salaries than for legitimate purposes that const Quentlyn the census has become a Jumble figures and irrelevant inquiries filling volumes which make their appearance so late that they Are Only useful for waste paper and lastly that the maintenance a permanent census Bureau would be at least treble the amount estimated�?$200,000 a year. The House passed the quarantine Bill this week and it is now in the hands . Harrison. Or. Morton looked As though he really enjoyed presiding Over the joint its Ion the House and Senate held wednesday to count the electoral votes and officially declare Cleveland and Stevenson elected president and vice president and he probably . Most men would in his place. If the amendments to the pension Laws which have been approved by a majority the House appropriations committee become Laws the pension office will be transferred to the War department and be under the control detailed army officers and the payment pensions will be stopped to those having an increase As much As $600 a year to widows who married soldiers since 1870, and except in cases total disability to All alien nonresidents. A Weather signal report. No i no 2 no 3 no i no 5 p i f n j in fair weather. No 2�?local rain Snow. No 3�?rain Snow. A no 4.�?cold wave. No 5�? temperature signal. N it to Street Matins warmer. A a a a St re a a colder. These report Are Telegraph i to e. R. Parmele the 8hoe dealer every morning about la a. Rn., and signals Are displayed in front his store. Ai ways read signals from the Street toward the store. Ext a bargains in shoes until March 1st. The Welty St it it cd is rapidly melting away evry pair from this Stock greatly Rekuc d in proc. This lad As Dongola Button shoes Worth 2.30 now marked 1.50 sizes 2� 3 3. One lot menus shoes All s z s and solid Worth 1.50 now Only 99 cents. E. R. Parmelee a the shoe dealer new Philadelphia Ohio also water St Uhrichsville Ohio. Natural White Oil grows hair the Boa i cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out. It is nature s True hair grower. Grows moustache and whiskers. Price 50 cents. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. We have two Good lots left yet in Brown and Heindle addition front Street in West Philadelphia Allentown. These lots ar6 situated convenient for men in the Iron Mills Nail Mill and Are cheap. Call 8 Moore at times office. Of. House and lot East Avenue also a Coal Bank and equipments in Good running order Miles from town Good Coal. Inquire Thomas Perker noir Philadelphia o., times office. Want one the j 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 falling out. Price 50 cents. For Sale by f. C. Miller a son. Of general real estate office. Of 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 Degreif notary Public and ins. At. For Sale a Fine cottage Home 9 rooms lot 66x197 feet Only 2 squares from Public Square Good Cistern cellar and Good fruit for $2,350. Reasonable terms. Inquire 51 Moore agent. For male. The Best eighty acres Hill land in Salem township one mile West port Washington nearly All underpaid with three foot vain Coal sixteen acres Good Timber the place. Plenty water House and a Good Orchard. This place will positively be sold at a bargain. For further information. Call address Emett m. Stacker agent port Washington Ohio. 3t6 clothing sales 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. Removal Silver Ash Institute cure alcohol Aud morphine habits from Alliance o., to Salem o., Cor. High and Lundy streets. The manage ment will be in the hands l. Hooper pres., and C. Snyder Sec. And treas. No Effort will be spared to make every one comfortable Aud 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 and canal Dover who will be pleased to give any and All desired information. Hoopes a Snyder. Dec. 29, �?T92. Im3 we a an let Beauty is a Joy forever buy your Spring dress goods lace pm gains hosiery Aud White goods ail description at Spring Bros. 7 to for a few Days longer we will continue to sell Wall paper at Cost $1,00 papers 70 to 75 cents 75 cent paper to 50 cents 60 cent paper to 40 cents 50 cent paper to 35 cents 35 and 40 cent p Iper 25 and 30 cents 25 cent paper 15 to 18 cents. A few 20 cent p Iper 12� to 15 cents. You All have More less papering to do this Spring. Avail yourself this Opportunity now and save 30 to 40 per cent. A few warm Days and the regular paper season will open and we will then expect our regular prices this Chance is open a few Days longer Only. No paper Laid away at these prices. All paper must be paid for when sold. $3,000 Stock to pick from. Wells drug store new Phila Delphia Ohio. 8w3 the following marriage licenses have been granted by probate judge Mitchell Frank Gottage to Ella Els. Henry Nign to Mary l. Long. Thomas h. Glew to Lena Scheidegger. Belter a Lytle new Philadelphia Lino can and will Bidi you monuments headstones cheaper than any other firm in the state. Call and examine our Stock were you can see the work my save Money by dealing direct with them. No agents percentage to my you can see just what you Are buy no a we carry a big Stock finished work. I Ltd we have Giyen a. Bippus a son the Agency in new Adelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley it is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. Bor the sick Ani feeble it is a True ton e. E. H. Chase a co., distillers Louisville by. A the Crescentia a Crescenta is the Delight the toilet a try Crescentia 3t8 to the Public. Stop at Jno. Ii. Kinsey a and see the great bargains he offers in dry Good. 7 Jno ii. Kinsey. Prevents palsy shocks and Bovi sudden deaths cuts nervous prostration. Price $1.00. For Sale by f. C. Miller a son. Of for Sale a grocery an i bakery in a Good Lee Ity in Coshocton Ohio. For particulars address Geo. Of. Met yer Coshocton i Box 457. 6w3 a Good have sold Cham Ber lamps cough remedy for ten years. Ays druggist e. L. Legg Vail la a and have always warranted it and never had a bottle returned. During the past ninety Days i have is id twelve dozen and it has Given perfect satisfaction in every it does not dry up a cough but loosens and relieves it. It will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment. Fifty cent and $1 bottles for Sale by f. C. Miller a son and . F. Ii. Gentsch druggists. Bovi wonder Price $1.00. Son. Purifies the blood will Lay a foundation in a system constitutionally weak. It is regularity and stamina. For Sale by f. C. Miller e St a bids will be received to the demur. State Suu Ervis a elections for Tuvara we county at die office toe clerk Nev up 1-Rtelph a Ohio n nil Oneel Ziock p Idmon a March Iski f it a the stir Nyhus and Prin a. Of ballots to be used at the election to be Nei april 31. Ii9j. In the various townships an i in Nic corporations the county. Specific information Iii regard to the can be bad and after Mardi 13,193. By order the Board. 8w3 i. A. Carrell clerk

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