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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 12, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio A a a a a a a a the hew Philadelphia Tuffias pvbu8hib St but thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Bett advertising medium in the Donn to books Bill Heads poster3 and Job printing even description done Short Otloe. Tous Avob Solidi to. Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Saraca. One Neh. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One ool nmn. Imo. 3 to. 6 to. Lye a. Is 50 3 00 4 00 500 12 00 $2 50 600 10 00 12 50 30 00 $300 9 00 15 00 25 00 50 00 $600 15 00 25 50 50 00 100 00 business notices ten cents Pir line. Volume Viii. New Philadelphia o., thursday Jan. 12, 1893. Number 3. Hew Philadelphia times. Samuel Gorp editor and from Riel out thursday Jan. 5, 1893. Myers Block second floor North Broadway. Mattex new Philadelphia times will be Pili sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance in not paid within three mods 1jso msgr remittance a should be sent by draft registered letter Posto Allce order to the address the Pron Rhetor. Ear address All matter intended for publication to the times. I Cpd latin new Philadelphia 5,000 a out the president Harrison takes care about 10,000 Republican Olliee holders. President Harrison pressed the service Button and the employees and clerks in the free delivery offices re Joi Ceth exceedingly much. A by an executive order issued by tie president 9aturday the employees in All free deliver Post offices in the United states Are brought within the classified service. The order also brings into the class shh service he employees the weather Bureau under the agriculture department. Heretofore the classified service has Only extended to free delivery pos offices having fifty More employees. The present order is sweeping and extend to All the free delivery office 3 who ther they have forty nine employees four which is the lowest number in the free delivery offices it will bring in a out the wet from 8,000 to 10000 Republican minor officials and carriers at free delivery offices. The order As it apr j lies to the weather Bureau will . Bally product Fri m 400 to 500 rep Ubu can officials. By the terms the order however these officials must first pass a civil service examination which is provided for before obtaining immunity from dismissal for partisan reasons after this order goes into effect there will be about 50,000 employees under the Protection the civil service Law including those in the custom service. Cleveland Toledo Cincinnati and Columbus Are now in the classified service. The other Ohio offices to which the presidents order applies Aro As follows Akron Alliance Canton Chillicothe Dayton Defiance Delaware East Liverpool Elyria Findlay Fostoria Fremont Hamilton Ironton Kenton Lancaster Lima Mansfield Marietta Marion Massillon Middletown it. Vernon Newark Norwalk Oberlin Tiqua Portsmouth Salem Sandusky Sidney Springfield Steuben Ville Tiffin. Turban a Warren Washington Wooster Xenia Youngstown and Zanesville. Tesac Lierse examinations. The Board examiners Muscara i i f a a was county win meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates As follows during 1892 and �?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 11, 93 april 22, �?T93 july 8,�?T93. At Uhri Cheadle March us �?T98. At Mineral Point March 23th, �?T93. I u at Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june 3d, �?T93. Ruris examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th,�?T93 May 6th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Art 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 necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. All examinations will be held in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. If. ,. J. Richardson. The scandal the administration at the head the French Republic has been almost equal to an earthquake As it has shaken the government to its foundation. The enemies to the re pub lie take advantage this scandal to denounce it while it affords an Excell ent Opportunity for the anarchists to become bold and threaten with their deadly dynamite to blow up the government building3. A rebellion is Lia be to break out at any time. Promptness and loyalty the part the military alone depends the life the Republic. Crescentia powder. Removes the superfluous hair from the face neck an i arms without injury to the skin the complexion. Every bottle is carefully prepared by a skill Ful chemist. Crescentia works 1 k1 magic and every lady who tries it delighted with ten effect. Address the Orient powder co. Box 68, cedi Ohio. Price $1.50 per bottle. 3t8 new Philadelphia markets. Poole a coloured smallpox patient died at the pest House in Akron Friday last by latest newspaper reports James g. Blaine is sef.ou3ly ill and his death is momentarily expected. The tammany Tiger will Lead the civil division the Cleveland i Augir Al Parade March 4th. An old lady at the Canton poor House has fallen heiress to $-1,0c0,000 it is composed not w York real estate. The Limia Gazette has been sued for Ibel in the sum �5,000. Some hard up customer wants a Little ready Cash. Tramps a Ong tie line the handle tire daily becoming More and i-cious., depredations committed every Day Are chargeable the them. Small pox has broken out in Homewood a suburb Pittsburgh and the prospects an epidemic Are alarming. Already five cases have developed. Senator Chandler has introduced a new Bill in the u. S. Senate restrictive immigration. Its a Hummer and ? a puts without a dissenting voice. Two resolutions were offered in the legislature Friday providing for the appointment i commission to inspect the condition the roads Ohio it is said Sli Otwell the prosecuting attorney Hanson county has resigned without giving a reason important cases Are pending and citizens Are indignant. A Bill has been introduced in the United states Senate by senator Cliine Ler to Frzop the further operations the Pinkerton and Semi in Litany Anar Chi act organise it ions. It is pretty generally conceded that the 99 year franchise Bil is dead As a door Nail. It May get a decent burial but that a about All. The Penny press Cleveland Rejo Ceth. The advisory at Homestead arc raising m it Ney for the in Ai Nal prosecution Henry c. Frick. They claim they will raise about �30,-600 to push the prosecution i. A a _ ills. Catherine Blouse died at her Home in old Tovin Valley tuesday morning. Sue is 76 years age and it is supposed that death resulted from some Dis As incident to old age. Governor Mckinley ask the legislature to consider in subject roads saying that there is great be d Good roads in . Tue governors head is level and he has evidently advanced the corf it thing _ the United states supreme court through Justin Field rendered a decision recently that in Ohio the s Erat property a married woman could not he charged in equity by contracts executed previous to the existence that prop to. _ the amount tobacco m my factored i so at la to if it in inns Wuhu a. A u1 j in 11 were divided equally among the peo ple every person would receive seventy a go is forty , four pounds tobacco and three ounces snuff annually. Bed it is not Distri personal and general. Terns at interest gathered from Many sources. H. A. Parmelee Sharpens skates it Kittie Conner coming at fraction Jan. 10. This is not India summer by any Means. A City attraction at opera House january 10. F Harry Billet and wife Are the sick list with Quincy. Kittle Connor a City opera House tuesday Jan. 10# r w. Knisley will take a flip to Canter Thi week. Or. And mrs. Albert Winkler Are Happy. Its a boy. There is an epidemic bad Colas prevalent in this City. Foj Auk Stucker was buried at port was Triton saturday afternoon. Jacob Hummer Ghouse Yorktown is quite Low with lung fever mrs. Orson Lugt a is confined to Hor sick chamber with nervous prostration. Chats. Snyder and wife Are i j Over the Advent a Bright Little daughter the k. Of pcs. Have a new devised ritual which is to be put in general use soon. Chas Judy this place has accepted a position the Chicago police Force. The commissioners will act the letting the electric franchise in a few Days. Mrs. Or. Al. Knisely and children Uhrick Sivile Are visiting relatives in this City. The Farmer usually Fri naked note it when the Bohemian Oats Rii Dri Calls around. . Keiser a Kuenzli Livye Start cd a hardware store in the Rosamond room in Center Block. A child sold it a Shook is Lei g ill with dip the Ria at tie House Ben Lawkins in Barnhill. Elia Powell Clrk m Lehman a news store is lie sick list. Her sister Sadie h s taken her place Joshua Liggett Yamhill is Lynn very Low at present threatened with Neu i a the lungs. J a. A. It Illy the Weet Singer in his new Dlay a a g urn n Soldier a opera to so tuesday Jan. 17. John White Barber in Saunders Barber shop is confined to his bed with inflammatory rheumatism. One Tel. Tha cd x s children was t tried t 13 aver dam Church Sabbath. Died fill t oils croup h a. Nicks fee cd my anted his Bru ther he by to c a Eye land thursday w Here be goes for medical Teatum id. Miss May ten ton the australian n go Tingle in a Quot Unaa Soldier a it opera House tuesday Jan. 17. Co. Ii. K Nosey g goods very i cheap o ? a due Oonk it a Call to a cure Barg. Ins. Voice. 3t2. To. 1 i w should to Muzzy for one year and give cholera a Chance to d starvation. The american people Are too corpulent an i will Fie too Busy next year faking m Hie sip Tsa the worlds fair to postpone and entertain the unto Bidden guest even for thirty seconds. Transfers real estate. .11 for family Ana Bippus flour Patent barrel. Sack. Best family barrel. A a Amber 71 sack. Wheat 73 Bushel. Oats 1? Bushel. Rye Bushel. Corn a it l Ushel Rutter Pound. Bugs a dozen. Buckwheat flour to Pound. Hams Pound. Shoulders Pound. Sides 7? found. Lard 7t Pound. To allover 7? Pound. Beef 7 Pound. Salt Goshen 7 barrel. Salt new York per bbl. White Lime 75 barrel. Akron Cement to barrel. Calcined plaster 7?. Barrel. Land Piaster 7 ton. A a a a barrel. Potatoes 7? Bushel. Rags per Pound. Guions per Bushel. Niay per ten. Tims by seed per Bushel. Wool. Fertilizer per ton. Chickens per Pound. Ducks a a. Turkeys Quot Reese each. Chover seed per Bushel. Foreign markets 3d Page 5 co 1 25 4 00 1 10 78 3 1 55 2c sx4 24 04 id it . 1� 04 @05 1 15 1 30 1 00 1 35 2 2 -5 9 00 1 50 0 01 1 00 9 00 m 28@30 35 00 co 0o co 50 7 50 win e roller to a Teaff lot 5, Dennison. I Urice Moody to c f Occius key lot 9, Dennison. C v Mccluskey to we a Caldwell lot 9, Dennison. Jas w Slingluff to we Adams lot 414, Dover. Ekin Blacks admin a to we m Baker 100 acres Daniel unsold to George Uri sold part lots 1 and 2,r Bolivar Ekin Blacks Aomie a to James f Evans 141 7 10 acres Franklin Catharine Howe to Caroline Geckler 17-100 acre Blakes Mills. T b Ila Mon 1 to r c amp Ola Killpatrick lot 2, Newport. W a Shannon to Caroline Dewilt 2$ aces put Rry. Louis Smith to j c Schiitz 1 acre Lawrenc Chas f Korns to Isaac e Korris 4h acre. Goshen. John Stei Imberg to Ira a Wolf lot 14, e Seville. Is Lomon Law ver to Samuel Mathias lot 26, Dennison. John w Lacy to Louis Miller 11 12-10 j acres Oxford. John Tenzer to Benj f Stocker to s 5, 6, 7, newcomers own. Henry Coelers adm a to John Ili Isar 16 25 Ico acres sugar Creek. Jemima a cars Oppihle to Elmer Sells 7-10 Seres Newcomerstown. John t ius Borough to Thos c Wilson 1 8 acre Oxford. J j Weimer it Al to a e amp Syruel Weimer Lois 21, amp 22, Shani Grille. Win Fay Lor to Maikael a reuse .1 scr a Oxford. A Xander Griffith to a Susan e Rix sch 40 atrus j Olerson. John b left chs a min a to Samuel w Kui if 75-100 sores Perry. Clias ii Birkin stud to margoe7 Bukin lots 4. 5, 6, 7, Dean soil.�?~. George j Gray to Simeon m Kail 66 22-100 acres pm r Yannie b Douglas to s l Walt lot 3, Pike run. Margaretl amp Elijah Grewett to Henry c Asher 50 acres Washington. Same a Slade to Caroline e Slade lots 13, 14, 15, 16, port Washington. George Corelli a heirs to Wilhelm Schafer 40 acres Dover. Eleanor Mercer to Geo w Wiandt 9-10 acres Salem. £i450 150 1125 f 0 2200 7500 45ii 150 400 so 000 500 100 1 45 900 1400 427 20 115 400 100 1500 1700 1 00 1 Leo 140 700 j i 1000 1592 la g quantities ice a being put up by a few our l a iriss men. Fred Gintz pack d Over one bundled tons. Juge Burt f i Sei Ousby id it kidney t out be. Grave ppr hit s Are Eul rat As to his Riccy j j. Tley Gange Yorktown held ins ablation last saturday. Five new applications for membership were filed. U. S. G. A Metis . Ii is our the h it for a Beautiful Calendar representing the in3ura ic3co,.npaaies for for the Mccork which he is agent. Master Robbie Reilly the wonderful child actor As a Daisy a in fathers new Way a. A a German Soldier a opera House to s by Jan. 17. Sorry to Elte that . Joseph Welty who is bed fast with kidney trouble is not mending very fast. Iii condition is More alarming f anything. Ike Kerns shipped to Wellsville saturday last 45 Gallons Scho my run magnetic water. The Spring is becoming famous throughout Gino. Patrick Caile Linhan while hailing ice the other a Fucci Dently Lull a Iorg piece to fall his major toe causing that member to be sorely afflicted. Lion. Eli by mfr Strasburg w As at the county seat monday afternoon. He called upon his son in Law clerk Hurst before taking Liis departure. Mrs. T. C. Luper returned to her Home at Waynesburg last week after a very pleasant sojourn i 1 this City the guest her son. Or. Battershell. The m. Is Church this City has entered a is Ries protracted meetings services Wal be held every evening this Witk except saturday evening. Editor Hosier the Mineral Pointer smiled in upon the times Faiee monday. The later string is always extend a to the gentlemanly journalist. Miss Helen Barnhill after a week ten Days pleasant visit with her parents in this City returned to both Cham Seminary where she is employed As teacher. The misses Elia and Kate Miskimen new . Have both returned to this i the Mer As a teacher in cur schools and the former visiting friends. The misses Pearl Ana Minnie port a roil Washington have it turned to this i Gay. I he . R As a. Student and the Hitler As a to crier in 6ur panic schools. Bon Beans b u hid says he never saw a u it Rich let it ble set men than was it the be que r. On y preachers at cupid favourably com a re w i h t i Era. A great Many rabbits Are being slaughtered by the Aid tin ferret. It i sir k s us there is a Law one our s acute i it Otis Purohi hiking the use the j muzzled red even afric n. J the sacral concert give 1 by the j great Eastern b Ltd l at c anal Dover sunday afternoon was a Success in two ways a very Large attendance and in Klizing Over �60. Charles Parr and family h Ive moved to this City from Kansas where Charlie had gone to make his Fortune. Lie succeeded admirably while gone owning 40 a Nice farm and Well stocked. Mrs. Saunders Mother mrs. Or. Wells sunday morning fell Down a flight stairs and was bruised 4>ut not seriously injured. She vim shed 225 lbs. It was a narrow escape. Colonel James e. 2bal, us Clef bout not h is finally consented his name to be announced As a for the democratic gubernatorial up mini . A the Crescentia to a Crescen Tia 13 the Delight the to Odets a try Crescentia 3t8 Jacob Walwick the bus Man say a people desiring a bus to carry them to any part the City will please leave orders at the Sherman House. The b u meets All trains going North South 1 special Scenic blues carried by the jag. A. Reilly company. A a soldiers dream a the old a a the City Sedan in a the leap Tor life into the River James m. Knisely the Advance agent for the great Eastern band left thus morning for Uhrick Sivile where he will engage the Hall for a sacred concert to be Given at tint place next sunday afternoon. As we Are reducing Stock for invoice we will sell goods at great bargains from this Date to the 25th this month. Come and learn prices. 8i2 John h. Kids it. Ernest Sparks the gentlemanly agent the Singer sewing machine company at this place is one Trie hustlers that gets there both feet in Selling machines. He informs u3 that lie has sold 43 hic inc a in the Vii Lige Sherrodsville. Anyone who has Poplar Oiher lumber to sell May find it to their advantage to see h. A. Parmelee. Dick Jonts who had a train cars run Over his left leg and which was amputated fit the knee by . Peters at usual Dover is getting along nicely at the ii Mary under the treatment . I. C. Ger Sci. A. Bippus a son Are sole agents in new Philadelphia for chases Barley 1 malt whisky. Rich and pure it is a line tonic for the weak and feeble. It strengthens the lungs. Pm two runaways Cuccu red monday afternoon. The horses d shed the sleighs to pieces and gave the frightened driven a scientific Snow lath. Toe parties were strangers to us and left the town by a dark Alley. Or. And mrs. Gee re w. Welty St. L Ari o., have concluded to permanently locate in this City. Or. Was connect cd As agent with the Ohio Farmers inf. Co., and did a paying business while in its employ. John hard 1 Hummell Valley his Way to town saturday fore soon acc Dently slipped and fell the i Public Road and broke the Bone in his left aun above the psf. Ito was c red for by pasers by and a doctor summoned. The Waynesburg Hustler published at Wayn Esbig t j a n. Downes amp sons the latest venture 111 the news paper Field Ohio. It is neat clean and t by and there is no reason Why it should not have if. Welcome in every h in that locality. There is 110 Verdigre a other Ini purity in chases a Ley malt whisky. It is i h and nut vicious and the Best Council chamber. Or it Lay papa meet in regular session and transact important uus1xess for tue City. Municipal office is Ara paid their salaries a never scale for Hie City Welgh Ingr is purchased and a whole a tank business is Tiansay to a Council met wednesday evening last in Regul r session. All present except John Emerson. The journal was read and approved. Mayors and weigh Nia sters report read and placed 011 file. Ordinance no. 9, for payment Hills was present Dand read and Burry noted that the a adm ordinances at three different Days be suspended and that the ordinance be passed Tab shed in this City motion adopted. Bius to the amount �512.29 were ordered to be paid As dropped Itrat Apo la by supposed tube the cause. Follows Daniel Swymn Eye Alary. a Frew salary n. W., i. A. Correl salary Cherk 3.&Quot qr.7 e. , salary amp Cem deeds ii. C. Singhaus Brick. J. Thompson Cir no Side walks. Sharp Bros stove castings. J. Ii. Officer ser. Board health. A a 11. Swihart janitor Hose co. O. P. Taylor Inch for Villagos. H. S. Congleton Coal. Dan Knisely Josiah Hessel Coal. j. Taylor j in amp meals to priv a new Phil Hose co appropriation Hok amp ladder co. £50 00 35 00 to Al 77 50 6 50 2 40 6 02 13 55 7 50 10 45 4 12 2 92 4 15 2h is 150 00 75 00 this morning when the b keeper the new Philadelphia Iron amp steel company went to the office he found the lifeless b 11-Jam in Osgood by org upon the 11 n r the office. It is supposed death h iving be stilted from stroke apoplexy. Or. Osgood was i Ripe a Yed by the company to look after the fires and i keep the office clean. He had been complaining i fore less for a few months past an overflow blood to his in a 1, which at times made turn very d by. He was about sixty years 4ge and leaves a family a children grown up. Or. Of Good has been a resident this City for Many years. When the Dix m a mope founder works were is he worked for that Rantil it Eisei Down. Remarkably vigorous is evidence its Good standing with Dflia Arrats Tuscarawas county. Medical amp s Nam purposes. Sold by a v / a Phil a. Phi l. We und r tan4 f a Friend that and family formerly j it Lity 1 lit u Elv parkers org i w. Vo., i Avo Pur Hase t to try in j ill 9 and have moved into i the r n w heme. Of. J. Is Stid agent machine company. The Behoc Brunt fat. O. F., Lodge no. 430, had monday Nisan Geog Kaser Nikii n. G. Robert Dennison Fred Glauser Rue. Sec. Julias , per. See., and gust. Senhauser is Treau re. Brother Bence canal Dover installed tale flew officers. Done to forget the entertainment to he Given in the presbyterian Church thursday evening. The phonograph will be exhibition tin re one the most wonderful pieces human ingenuity i i the 19th Century. Admission 15, 1 Iid 25 cents. Bent fit the y. P. S. C. E. A towing to miss Clayton having ii Iet with a severe Accident a broken ankle we Are compelled to close for the present but will play you later in the the above was received by . Sharp the proprietor the opera House from the Kittie Conner company. We saw a new columbian two cent Slamp a letter the other Day the first we be seen since issuing the same. The picture it is that the a Landing Columbua aft r the painting by Vanderlyn 111 the Rotunda the Capitol at Washington co purple m Iron. Volume no. 1 and no. A the i. A Erva Kodak is the latest newspaper venture w. S. Knox has gone into. Editor Knox is one the wittiest writers we have in the Stab. The people Minerva should stick right by the Kodak for there is no town Complete without a ivly newspaper. Mrs jays i i Axx at e i Lei the baud concert at canal Dover sunday afternoon she unfortunately met wit ii a severe mishap her Wiy i101113 in inc Street e to. Tae fire in the Street car stove was very Low and a it a result she Fevzi her left f it get which gives her 1 a great a i a it Paia an i misery. I in. Re appears a it be a great number i sheep claim ? imported to Ltd the township t Ute a a to wordless fixed dogs arc about As big a no 0 sauce As the poor tax no Farmer Lias contend i h. Ther Eshou d be some method adopted whereby the untaxed curs a promptly shot else t in own j Era thereof made to the f Ull amount damages accruing from t in killing j worrying a flock sheep. Prof. Bechtler a Uncle . Isaac j Bechtle Wooster o., died suddenly j monday afternoon in tie 76 year his j age the immediate cause being that pop key. Lie is a Man , and one the pioneers Wayne county using a Leader for 111 my years in the prohibition party that county. Prof. A Chile and wife this City will attend the funeral thursday returning to this City saturday. $512.29 . Biown moved that an additional sum �150.00 annul be made ih6 Hook and ladder co. Whenever the condition the fire department funds will allow the Fame. Motion adopted. Propositions from the fair Banks scale co Lor furnishing an eight to 1 shale for the us the Village at a cos �160,00 f incl Ucma the Aid id it it a Volt re it Aid and considered. Or. Brown moved that the proposition the Fairbanks scale co. Be accepted. The votes were called and the proposition was accepted by a a ctr 4 to no dissenting voice. Burry voting no. Or. Grimes moved that a Comai itt e be a pointed info t g the ih2 matter edition. 1 in fit e property the Village. Motion a looted. Grimes was appointed s id Ommittee. On motion Brostl and Lynn were apr 1 pointed to attend to pm acin in Post it a the new Scales ordered the fair Banks scale co. After which motion the Council adjourned. A Bill to provide a temporary government for Alaska was introduced in thcu.9/, Penn be saturday. The Bill provides for the App i Ibn it Sih n commission is at a ski try two thou said cd. This would be a Good Chance for Grover u Ieve Eion it i to punish seven his political Enemia s. following Board examiners applicants loft cd my Sion to the bar was appointed by the supreme Onixt Erida to serve one year George a. Skiles Ehat Man Shelby to. Ii. Mackey Cam i Bridge Fly. Andrews Cleveland j. C. Douglas child Cote j. J. A vhf then. Hamilton Frank c. Hubbard Coluni j by Thomas a Mcdermott Zanesville David d. Day Canton e p. Mathews Dayton m. I. Worthington washing ton c. H. Horace r Chie. Van Wert. Or. Geo. Taylor i As gone to fila \ Delphia pa., to attend to great Bic Yeli show where every a manuf Leiu our will l e r presented Botn 1 1 Thi u used states and Europe. He will be gone several Days and spend his time %. In vef Ligating the Vari Otts Polis m the different make3 wheels with the View securing the la for his Trade. George is a Butler and you my i00p out for the Best wheels in his show window As Scon As he returns. Or. William to Pirc q a jul t be the peace Rich Lind was confined to his bed last Winter with a severe at Tak la Bigo but a t Orough application chamberlains 1 am Balm enabled him to get up and go to work. Or. Price says a the remedy cannot be recommended too he let any one troubled rheumatism neural Gia lame Back give it a trial and they will be the same opinion. Fifty Dent bottles for Sale by f. 0. Miller a son find . H. Gentsen drug get. Edward Richardson the subject the present sketch was born near Lees Ville ohm nov. 22ad, 1805, and died dec. 26th, 1892, having reached the Ripe age s7 years one m Bentli and four Days. He was a family eleven children three sons e get daughters. Ilis father the Early Pio i neers Ohio having removed from i Maryland an 1 settled near loess in be o., j where the s it a e i Ward Richardso i was Lorn. He had the la a for being the first White child b a i i Orange to in ship Carroll Boualy. This while Region was then a v 1st wilderness with Here and there an cd Sionil the wild red Man the Woods roamed through uses 3 for its i 1 close Vicinity to his fathers housing 1s25 . Richar is in b a Ciuc intermarried with Catharine Wiant with whom he Iive in the Bletsoe i relate a a and wife for the Long p a Ion sixty seven years. This uth Gnu was blessed w theg it Chilim f a sons and four Dang items and it w.i1 n matter that but fun v f am l is c it us the new is Seyen years old and is in id enjoyment remarkably vigorous health considering the Strong Competition it has had Ever since it was started. The times claims to have the largest circulation any paper in the county seat which is evidence its Good standing among the Democrat Tuscarawas county. Can say for Bro. Moore its editor that he is a pleasant and is worthy the respect Ami Esie eni members the . They report. The grand Jiff y Ottber be ing in Sas Sion two Days Bate the fort tit nine the Grin 1 jury reported wed Nee Etc neg. They appeared to expedite matters with a great Deal skill. They were in be Sion two Days Aud during that time examined silly witnesses covering nine Case Tsitir report shows they Taa Tel Der consideration9 pearls offences three True Bills were presented and six ignored. They also visited the jail and found it proper.1 by taken care by the present inc unbent sheriff Adams. William Smith b in Nhill was indicted for larceny which Bufi committed 011 the 11 Ali Day nov. 1892. He stole �40 in Money the Persona property one John Beaver. John sell Trauman was also indicted. The charge standing against him was that burglary. He is the Harf who broke into John Dunn a House the 16 the dec. 1892 for which he received a terrible flogging at Tae hands Dunn and his son. The third indictment was against Charles Johnson. Lie i i be required to Elk for away the charge House breaking and stealing and carrying fac Reisom two Silver watches and three dollars m Mon a. The personal property w. C. Reed and wife and James hot Tell Newcomerstown Sofiner Ecker who is confined in jail for burning the Beds in the canal Dover lockup will be liberated. Marriage permits. Not insane was ti4f? verdict twelve jury men. Impan eled to try the sanity George Moore. Sentenced to Tho pen Tulero to be kept at hard labor during Ilie remainder Ilis natural life. Correspondence. Communications from our special representatives. Canal Dover. The following marriage licenses have been granted by probate j Edge Mitchell cd is. Espich t Ida m. Ridell Augh. E. to Ada a. I Quot Obluett. E. La. Sierer to Sarah Porter. I lec Orul Vot. The settlement the Oregon election contest makes it Poffs fable to give the exact electoral vote for porch in Ftfe it is As follows total number votes 441 necessary to by voice 223 Cleveland a Majon y 108. The total votes for the respective can Dola Tessas follows Cley Bifid 276 Harrison i 4 and weaker 24. George Moore the Uhrichsville wife murderer and would to suicide received his life sentence to the Ohio Penitentiary in pleas court test entry afternoon judge Mansfield pronouncing the sentence. When asked to a Rand up the culprit l no More attention to the request the court than would a Stone. He was perfect indifferent and stolid As i a piece Adamant. His attorney was compelled to enlighten lv.111 the position his Honor wished him to As Schife before be Jaronko Unsod the final decree. Moore Rose to his feet then and fixing his eyes one certain object kept them there until the court Ettac passed s tence when his counsel told him to sit Down. When Moore was asked if be had anything to say Why sentence should not be put sed him he paid no attention to that question any More than a mate would. He appeared More like a fixture than a human being with life in it. He was either crazy As a Loon else he had his piece most thoroughly Learned. If he is not insane he is a most accomplished actor and plays ins part Well. If he is off his Biss the physician witnesses and jury Are Only mistaken that Sall. At the september term court George Moore was placed trial for murder in the first degree. The trial lasted Alino to a week and the jury after being out probably six seven hours brought in a verdict murder in the second degree. A motion for a new trial was then made by Moon Eye Conni Sel which was overruled by judge Mansfield. The plea insanity was then introduced and defendants counsel asked fun a struck jury to try the sanity the accused. Accordingly a struck july was had and the following named gentlemen elected As jurors. Jacob we Philip Lind Christ Deis j. J. Streb g. H. Hopkins d. Diefenbacher George Canada Christ Kinder Kucht John Burry f. Hoopengarner s. Ii. Darst and to. P. For Lily. The counsel for the defendant vigorously endeavoured to prove that Moore was insane and the state tout y denied cd it to the bitter end. The Case consumed i Ion Dat and almost tuesday and will Cost the Courty Over �200, when the Case was Given to the jury they were Only out fifteen minutes and returned with a verdict that George movie was a sane Man. When the clerk was Reading the verdict Moore As usual manifested a stolid indifference and did no Tepper As if he had a Grain sense. If he still per sets in manifesting such a fixed Demeanour when he arrives in the hands the pen officials he May be brightened up by being introduce 1 to the a humming Bir a time will Tell the condition the poor unfortunate Man who heaven Only knows is More to be pitied than censured. Instantly killed. Joseph a Bakersville crushed to a shapeless mass mrs. Sam runner has returned from a visit several weeks in Portage co. Or. And mrs. De. Slingluff entertained the Wooster ave. Whist club last Friday eyeing. The notion store James Sherry was closed by the sheriff lat Friday night. A Sleigh ing party from Here spent lat Friday evening at pcs. Strebs Wooster Road. Or. Gottheiner our dry goods Man spent several Days this week buying broods in Pittsburg. Calvin Deis has gone to Cleveland to accept a position in a jewelry store. Jacob Butcher was seized with an epileptic fit at Holmes Bros grocery store saturday morning which caused quite an excitement for a while. Mrs. Alice Brothers returned from a i it several Days at Cleveland. A number our democratic politicians attended the Jackson banquet at the Hub saturday flight. Pay Day at the rolling Mill saturday the Roll was unusually Small being about �10,000, caused by the Lay off in the Sheet Mill. P111lip8rurg. The greatest. Clearing up Sale e. R. Parmelee the shoe dealer Ever 1 and. About �1000,00 Worth the we Elty Stock still unsold. We shall place every pair our bargain counters and Clear it entirely out before March 1st. Bargains for ladies All j. And t., Cousin Fine hand turned Button shoes Worth four dollars now �2.70 same make machine sewed Worth �3.25 now �2.15 Fine hand turns Worth �3.00 now �2.15 s Zes 2.31, 54 and 6. Fine Don Gola Button Worth $2, $2.25, �2.50 now �1.75 sizes 23,34 5.1, 6,7 and 8. Fina hand welts Worth �2.50, now �1.50 sizes 2.1,3, 31. Dongola Button too cheap to last former Price �1.50 now 75c. Calf shoes All size 8, Worth �1.50 now 50c. Misses solid lace Worth �1.00 now 5oc. All size 12. Menus solid sewed Congress shoes All sizes Worth $1.50 now $1.00. Lots other bargains As we must clean up the entire Stock before March 1st. Menus solid Kip Boot $1.25 and a Bootjack thrown in. Done to forget to Call for the Jack at e. R. Parmelee a the shoe dealer new Philadelphia Ohio. Also water St., Uhrichsville Ohi j. While Fulling v tree lie is caught Artl ground to i i cat. Joseph Eipps Fly Bakersville met his Fate in a strange and sudden was. He with his Eon George and Mart Mccormick was 111 the Woods near John Kline a where he had purchased some ,. Timber Tor Wagon lumber. They were i our patrons and Public in Genera a ,.cutting Down tree. While sawing and who desired for the next thirty Days we the entire Slock Custer Schnei co.-, stoc k at greatly reduced prices Quot we also put the Market 5u00 Yard Calico Worth 7 cents a 5 befits 5000 Yards Yard wide Muslin Worth 7 cents j at 5 cents. A Nice variety Breton i Zephyr Gingham which Hefte 1 Ever j before been put the Market for Les amp than 15 Ceng our Prica 12.1, Book fold Gingham Worth 12v, at 10c. We have replenished the dress goods department conspicuous among which Are our Fine Satin Soleil a Novelty in the dress goods department Worth $1.00 to �1.50 at 75c, to �1.15. Call and examine oar Toek before purchasing. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a share your patronage we remain j yours truly >t3 Spring Bros for Sale. The Best eighty acres Hill land in Seleni Tovish p. One mile vol port. Washngton newly All u 1 fair a a 11 three foot via c Aso Ste n acc it Good d Liber the place. w iter House an 1 a Good ooh we. I a s place v ill pos timely be sold at a a then i Oil Nfn a fu5 ther information. C i 1 in a id seem to m. Stockage it port Washington Ohio. 3 0 Ever in c i Menai a k a it Rah Oil 6 nne the it during the s Long Peri it 1 was never taken from their 3 in a casket h 11 ii m i 1 i r 0 m 15 a in the store now we v id Lay goo is it ? go t i Jiotti goes sell a a wedging one to fell it m a 1 a vhf -rec10r Troke and fell backwards. Or. Rippl was St 11 Ding about ten feet from the stump and being an aged Ryan a apparently unable to get out the Way he was caught by the trunk the tree which being about three feet in diameter crashed him into an almost shapeless mass. His son having to be a witness to the scene and unable to Rescue him was almost frantic with grief a were also the other members the family when informed the death their father. Their Mother having been dead but a few months they certainly deserve the sympathy everyone. This i3 another Esse that recalls to our memory the words the Prophet wherein he say a be be also ready for be know not the Day nor the hour in which the lord will Little did . Rippl think leaving the House that morning that Ere r ight he should be brought Back a mangled Corpse. He j might Well have been called the Axis which the wheel Bakersville turned having done perhaps More fur the development that Little Fly than any j other person. He was honest upright industrious intelligent Clever and obliging and a noted Wagon maker but for All the there is 110 distinction in the eyes the redeemer. Ail must answer alike to ils cd. Or. remains were 1 i d to rest in th3 Evans Valley cemetery sunday morning. We will again Endeavor to note a word two for your valuable paper hoping you will not be disgusted and cast it into the waste Basket. Our schools have again begun their work having had a weeks vacation. The children Are returning with Bright and cheerful faces apparently willing to perform the duties assigned to them. They seem to be progressing very Well under the management j. Bender pain Cal and m. 1\. Has few to Prim try with the exception one two cases it who evidently do not take interest enough in a school to know the Benefit thereof. Or. Bender is an Able and experienced teacher and considering that this is . Has Felt a first term we cannot say but that he is also praiseworthy. He is a Bright Young Man with a promising future and we wish him Success in All events. Although he has some attraction in Guernsey which we have not Learned the nature that has nothing to do with his school Here and need not concern any one. Our Friend . J. Kughler is again the War path with foxes. When he strikes a track its bad Luck to be Fox. The hotel and Saloon formerly owned by g. Shull Lias been purchased by Walt Torgler who has been making some improvements in the Interior by removing a partition and applying a Little paint and much so a and water making it look respectable. We wish you Success Billy though we would rather see you engaged in some other business. Some our Young men we noticed saturday evening were quite Tipsy and noisy. Young men you should not allow yourselves to become tributary to King alcohol. It is not Only degrading but it has also a bad moral and physical effect mrs. G w. Meese is to present attending to the wants her Mother mrs. John Blouse old town who is supposed to be in r Deith bed. The Jefferson debating society organized Friday night last electing . J. C. Meese president. The first question for discussion is a resolved that prohibition would be a Benefit to our Cora Liu ser a daughter Henry Lieser who is staying with her grandmother mrs. Lydia Hawk while returning from school one Day last week slipped an l fell fracturing a Bone m the lower part her by. We Hope she will soon be Able to return to school again. We notice that d. Gruber is agent for the Phoenix insurance company Hartford Conn. It is a reliable company Dan and we wish you Success. Sci Ooi. Boy. Notice to Hunter trespasser. I hereby notify any one shooting Hunting either with a gun dog trespassing my premises that he will be prosecuted to the full extent the Law. William Oliver 52t4 Barnhill General real estate and insurance Ollice. If 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 Las. At. We have two Good lots left yet 111 Brown and Scindle addition front Street in West Philadelphia Allentown. These lots Are Situa de convenient for men in the Iron Mills Nail Mill and Are cheap. Call a a Moore at times office. Of. Removal Silver Ash Institute for cure alcohol Aud morphine habits from Alliance o., to Salem o., Cor. High and Lundy streets. The management will be in the hands l. Hoopes pres., and C. Snyder Sec. And treas. No Effort will be up ired 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 and canal Dover who will be pleased to give any and All desired information. 11oo? amp Snyder. Dec. 29,�?T92. 1 m3 for Sato. House and lot East avens also a Coal Bank and equipments in Good running order 1 Miles from town Good Coal. I Nuqui re Thom a s perked n Qew Philadelphia Oor times office. .>-4 want one the ? .1 Down and balance a reasonable payments. 4ft� for Sale a Fine cottage Home 9 u001ns, 011 lot it it Al 7 feet Only 2j Square from Public Square Ood Cistern cellar and tool fruit for a ,350. Reasonable Ter 1 s. Inquire 51 s. Moore agent. Only two. New cases filed in common pleas court in this year. 1 Cost our 83. Jane Edie is Catharine Blaney. Peti Tion and Precipe filed and summons issued january 3. 1893, a. Patrick attorney for plaintiff. This Case is a damage suit in which mrs. Edie asks �8,000 for slander and defamation character. Jacob l. Giggle is Lavina Giggle. Petition and Precipe filed and summons and copy petition Issue 1 january 4. 1893. J. 11. Barnhill is plaintiffs attorney. This is an action for divorce. The plaintiff plays that he May be divorced from defendant several serious charges alleged in his petition. Ohio farm dust Insl Rancic my farm h Miles from new Pui adm phia o., is for Sale at a reasonable Price and very easy terms. An excellent farm for All purposes particularly Dairying. Well improved. Goo i buildings. Lt3 h. C. Vinton. Prevents palsy shocks and Bovi sudden deaths cures nervous prostration. Price �1.00. For Sale by f. C. Miller a son. Of Isa Tural White Oil comes /10m natures invisible Depths purely a Mineral product. Grows hair Beau cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out. Price 50 cents. For Sib by f. C. Miller a son. Of natural grows hair the heat White cures Dandruff Perm 01l gently. Stops hair falling out. It is nature s True hair grower. Grows moustache and whiskers. Price 50 cents. I Sale by f. C. Miller a son. Of company still has a Legal existence. What the attorney general says. I purses f / e i Tuum a at so at Cost others chef Piceu 11 a i 1 f .1 n we Exeen one >1, w the Wii Deresa la hellion. Edward it Char is i his equity five do pedants there being seven Chi in thirty five grand children forty grit grind Hildrea an 1 three great great grind chit Iren. What an Honor to be the father such a mul Titu i 3. If All american parents were thus fruitful there woul 1 be no Nee 1 a single foreign temm our factories and farms but America would a filled with uncounted Midi it is 0 in a flesh an i Bio it i. We can but crave the Blessing the kind father All to rest upon the aged widow and the numerous children whom the departed has left behind. John d. Vail Newcomerstown Oil Varne a us Kin a net Cost. I a it 10 i 9, by a Hes is Stock. £3x0 Worth wallpaper i 1 at cos. Box paper and col. Tooth , hair and at Cost. This Sale is out Reserve. Ail sales n it be for Cash Only and will Conan to e from Day to Day till Good Are Clit. Be i Wells drug store lt3 new pin list Mph a Colors and a full line pain at net must be tablets a cd Oles brushes it s w t the banquet give i 111 club Uii Riih evening wa3 a most t Hundred 1 and a the 1 at the tables one Hundred w a Iii supper w sea to the Vari a the Jackson v Ile 0 1 monday it by Yahl affair Tif y guests were is this number ladies. A most ele red. The re Pon toasts were Good and a Jolly toc Al turn was Hau by All. Not it to be to teacher notice is hereby Given to the country i Village and City schools that the com i Mitt e is now ready to r. Chive Manu a for the columbian exhibit to be held at the county seat commencing can and will soil you monuments i feb. 1-t, ix�?~3. It is to be hoped that As Many the c entry schools As portable will Send manuscripts to the fax Bibb. Of Vigo to the fact that the country schools began late in order to give them an Opportunity to present their Best work we have deferred the collection manuscripts to this Date. 3t2 com. On exhibit. Beiter amp Lytle new Philadelphia Ohk headstones cheaper than other i firm m the state. Cali and examine our Stock were you can Sec the work j and save Money by dealing direct with them. No agents percentage to and you can 3ee just what you Are buying As we carry a big Stock finished work. Lotf during the past few weeks the Ohio Farmers insurance company has had to contend with a great Deal unpleasant reports and critic Imi conc trailing its standing and responsibility and was Lumores that the company would be forced out business. A Day two since attorney general r cards gave an opinion that the comp my St la has a la Gal sex is e because holders it f Suttek to ions participated in the r cent e act n director and t Ere by waived their rights to stand outside the company. They have become members and virtually holders Mutual policies the Cash Premium plan. The j int. Stock plan can to re sum d should the company he a e to collect in enough Money to raise the assets to �200,000. Notice. A men who Are subject to the Law Roqu ring them to labor 0 1 the pub in h g , an i vol have Faizul to put in their Lime a hereby notified to Call 1115 and the Legal sum in lieu labor 1 shall take Steps to collect by Law if not attended to promptly. David Newton Street commissioner Lac Teriann old Groe Lack. Representative Outhwaite Ohio has taken up an 1 in View the Dinger cholera invasion will press vigorously this session Congress a proposition for the frequent Exchange soiled paper Money Lor new note. An investigation made at his suggestion has showed that Elul greenbacks and 1 Ink notes contain Trie germ disease to an unusual degree and that there is reason for apprehension them As a producer Kiteas. In a a c/2 to it e 4-� c/2 v Tjo a

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