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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 26, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia Timet pvbu8h1d i yet thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the Conn books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Tops favor solicit. New Philadelphia times. The Quot times advertising rates. Saoi. One Noh three notes. Six inches., Hail column. One column. Imo. 3 . 6 . By r. 81 50 3 00 4 00 500 12 00 $250 6 00 10 00 12 50 30 00 $300 9 00 15 00 25 00 50 00 a 600 15 00 25 50 50 00 100 00 business notices. Ten cents per line. Volume Viii. New Philadelphia o., thursday Jan. 26, 1893. Number 5. Hew Philadelphia times. Two papers for ii. Samuel Moore editor an proprietor the new Philadelphia times amp Farmers Friend thursday Jan. 5, 1893. Myer a Block second floor North Broadway. 49tthi new Philadelphia times will be Pubil sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates year in Advance-.ei.00 in not paid within three 8 1.50 49remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order the address the Pron Rhetor. 49"address All matter intended for publication. To Tab times. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 Legal notices. The Small sum one Dollar is the offer we now make All new sub. Scribers who pay 81. In Advance. Diao ution joint sub school District. Notice is hereby Given that the 14, Day january a. 1893, the Board education Oxford township Tuscarawas county o., filed in the probate court said county its petition praying that joint sub a Cool District no. 6, comprising territory in the townships Oxford and Washington in said county i journal All for one Dollar should at dissolved. A attract the attention the Reading pub the commissioners appointed act 1 we extend this Otler 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 us lately about the Farmers Friend will be entitled 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 it Jan be seen at the times office. We Are now running a daily paper and have gone extra expense get All the news the county and therefore we Are enabled give our patrons p much better weekly paper. Fifty two copies a Large weekly paper and Twenty four copies a Large farm in the premises will meet at the school House in said joint-8ub-District, Friday the 17th Day february a. 1893, at 10 clock a. M., discharge the duties their said appointment. J. H. Mitchell probate judge. Jan. 16th 1893. No 4 w4 Public Sale real estate. In pursuance 10 the orc for the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio. To the undersigned As Assignee for the Benefit the creditors John w Mizer an insolvent debtor will offer for Sale at Public auction saturday the 18th Day february 1893, Between the hours 10 a. M., and four p. M., upon the premises in the Village Baltic in san county the following described real estate situated in the township Bucks 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 �?T93 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 11,�?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 personal and general. Tems interest gathered from Many sources. Ltd county Tuscarawas and state Ohio ind known As a part off the East i 8 clock a. M., and no one will be and Side lot number 8even in the Village Mitt cd the clas8 after 9 0, Row Vilie Twenty eight feet wide and 150 feet in length also one fourth part off the West sine lot no. 8, in said Village divided by a Small Stream called a Brushy run by the Centre said 6tream. Appraised at $500 and sold free Dower term Sale one half Cash Day Sale the remainder in six months with interest from Day Sale. Deferred payments be secured by mortgage in said premises. William Lanz Assignee As aforesaid. V. Ream atty. 4w4 strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with Nen and Ink and the necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. All examinations will be held in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. Beck clerk. J. W. Pfeifer rest a. / Richardso our patrons anti Public in general. For the next thirty Days we will offer the entire Stock Custer Schneider amp pleas Tuscarawas county Ohio at the i 0o�?z Stock at greatly reduced prices sheriffs Sale. Philip Holz Wortlie is John c. Hol North by virtue an order revaluation and Sale in partition me directed Ai issued from the court common january term \. D., 1893, i will offer for Sale at Public auction the premi sea saturday feb. 18, 1893, Between the hours 1 clock p. And four clock p. M., said Day the following described real estate situate in the township j Efferson in said county wit and known As the North East forty acres the Northeast Quarter Sec we also put the Market 5000 Yards Calico Worth 7 cents at 5 cents 5000 Yards Yard wide Muslin Worth 7 cents at 5 cents. A Nice variety Breton Zephyr Gingham which have never before been put Tho Market for less than 15 cents our Price 12.Book fold Gingham Worth 12$, at 10c. We have replenished the dress goods department Ion number sixteen towns p number conspicuous among which Are our Fine seven Range number three. Also a part the South halt 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 the chains and thirty links the Centre the Cross Road thence North thirty three degrees West eighteen chains and Twenty five links along the West Side the Ragersville Road the West line said Quarter Section thence along the West line said Quarter Section South two and one half degrees West fifteen chains and titty links the place beginning containing eight acres. Also the Northwest Quarter the Northwest Quarter Section seventeen township seven and Range three the unappropriated lands m the military District subject Sale at Zanesville o., bounded As follows beginning at a Stone at the Northwest Corner said Section thence South three degrees West Twenty chains and Twenty three links a Stone thence South eighty seven and one fourth degrees East Nineteen chains and ninety seven links a Stone thence North three degrees East Twenty chains and Twenty three links a Stone thence North eighty seven and one fourth degrees West Nineteen chains and ninety seven links the place beginning containing forty and thirty eight one Hundredth acres More less the above described tracts constituting together the farm which Ernest Holzworth died seized containing 88 and 38-100 acres More less. Appraised tract no. 1 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 third in two years with interest deferred payments be St cured by mortgage premises sold. We Adams sheriff James Patrick atty. 4w5 for Sale. The Percheron stallion Frederic 7310. Satin Soleil a Novelty in the dress goods department Worth $1.00 $1.50 at 75c, $1.15. Call and examine our Stock before purchasing. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a share your patronage we remain yours truly Spring Crescentia powder. Removes the superfluous hair from the face neck and arms without injury the skin the complexion. Every bottle is carefully prepared by a skillful chemist. Crescentia works like magic and every lady who tries it is delighted with the effect. Address the Orient powder co. Box 68, Cadiz Ohio. Price $1.50 per bottle. 3t8 notice is hereby Giyen whom it May concern that a petition for a Public Road Wil be presented the honorable Board commissioners county Ohio monday. March 6th, 1893. Said Road is located and described As follows Viz commencing at the end the Lane near the late residence Abraham Cappel in Washington township in the Gilmore and Albany Road and running through the lands Jacob Rietz and by the residence Jacob Reiziz thence in a southerly direction . The lands c. W. Murphy and Fred helter and thence intersect the Road leading from Dunlap Creek the Gilmore and Newtown Road. Many petitioners Jacob Rietz 5w4. Prin. H. A. Parmelee Sharpens skates. H. A. Quot Parmelee buys All kinds lumber. The Baptist Church this City is holding revival meetings. Or. Geo. Dearborn Cleveland is visiting parents in this City. Mrs. A. A. Brown Cambridge is in the City visiting relatives. Six weeks from saturday Grover Cleveland will be inaugurated. Born . And mrs. Frank Martin last sunday morning a daughter. The new Bridge Between Uhrichsville and Dennison is now being put up. It Cost $434,813 keep troops at Homestead suppress the labor troubles. You can now be fined for not blanketing your horse when you hitch him in warm yourself. A great Many Farmers Are complaining the Scarcity water. The Springs and even Wells being Frozen. Twenty one accessions were made the m. E., Church sunday morning. The reverand is doing Good work. There is some talk building an electric Road Between Uhrichsville and Newcomerstown via port Washington. Or. Albert Senhauser this City has purchased the doll property Corner Ray and sixth Street. Consist ration $1,800. New Philadelphia municipal and township office seekers Are beginning scatter out and stand around the edges. Russell ii. Con Well will appear Here and deliver famous lecture some time in March. Prepare yourselves for a grand treat. America is perhaps the Only country the Globe where the Young Hunters try find game by Locking into the muzzles their gun. Or. James Hasbrook is confined Bis bed with consumption. He is said be very Low and fears Are entertained that the end is very near. Beiter amp Lytle erected a very pretty Monument Friday last in Honor the memory . James Hindman and wife new Cumberland. Joseph Beiter has purchased the Frederick Kinzie property West fair Street. Consideration $4,000. Lie will move his family into it in april. Jihnson Sone thousand Dollar Bond fish d with e City Council con plete his for Nch be Down last High Street will expire some time in March next. The new Columbia postage 8tamps Are now Sale throughout the country. Their Are nine denominations them ranging from one fifty cents. The four months old child Frank Mills near Goshen died convulsions tues Lay and was buried yesterday afternoon in the Shoa cemetery. Miss Ella Gartrell sister i mus r. Gurtrell Beaver dam died sunday Forenoon in the 78th year her age. P funeral will take place tuesday afternoon. It is alleged that the can Gie com Quot Pany paid a physician $500 testify at the stomachs some the dead Homestead a a scabs contained arsenic and Croton Oil. It seems probable that the legislature will pass a Law fixing taxpaying Days at some other time than december and june the Law do so is in the grind at Columbus and should be pushed passage. The Street car company at Uhrichsville and Dennison is experiencing considerable trouble in running its cars. Too much now responsible for the extra expense it requires in running the cars. Two prominent Young society men Carrollton have skipped out. Each taking a different route and each believing himself the author Tho delicate condition a Young society lady in that town. Mrs. William c. Sutton received a Check yesterday for $3,000, in Cash the insurance her late husband carried in the Royal Arcanum this City. Just Twenty two Days after his death the claim was adjusted. The twin City Independent published at Uhrichsville has changed hands. Or. L. K. Thompson for several years past a compositor the Cleveland loader and son . S. Thompson mis3 Winnie Smith Uhrichsville is visiting her Young lady friends in this City. The infant sons . And . C. Beachy this City Are Down with Scarlet fever. It is said general butlers brain was four ounces heavier than Daniel websters. The supreme court says that first cousins cannot legally marry each other. Frank Bash left this morning Tor Carroll county buy up poultry butter and eggs. The protracted meetings at the m. Church conducted by Rev. Winters Are attracting Large gatherings nightly. Russell h. Conwell who a lecture was postponed account the death his son will lecture Here March 9. The jury in the Homestead poisoning Case returned a verdict last Friday finding master Workman Dempsy guilty As charged. Carrie Kuhn Domestic for William Clark seriously Cut three fingers her left hand saturday while removing glucose from a barrel. No. 107, i. O. O. F., this City will make application the Secretary state for incorporation papers. The order is healthful the Core. G. Mitchell agent the Singer sewing machine company this City will leave the latter part this week permanently locate at Canton. Johnny Getzman acc Dently slipped and fell the icy pavement yesterday injuring his Back such an extent that two physicians were called in. On saturday afternoon there arrived in this City a car Load africans direct from Alabama. They Are find employment at the pipe works. Uleie Are Twenty six cases Small pox at Akron. Many who fear the contagious disease Are skipping out As soon As they can get their grips packed. Reverdy Kirby the efficient Sexton the new Philadelphia cemeteries informs us that the ground is Frozen the depth two feet and Tea inches. We Are reliably informed that . Wes. Welty and wife this City have leased the Park hotel at Coshocton and will take charge the same about May first. The methodist episcopal Church this City is having one the biggest revivals known in the history that Church. Eighteen new converts went Forward last night. Miss Laura Bigerton third St., is by i la seriously ill with consumption. Her condition is a critical one and there is not much Hope her recovery. We Are sorry learn that Mon Ford Custer arrived Home from Delaware College yesterday and was compelled take his bed a victim typhoid fever. Mrs. Mattie Sutton wife the late w. C. Sutton and her two interesting daughters Tiffin will move this City me first March and permanently locate Here. A few Days ago a Man from Carrollton was in this City looking for a vacant room in which open out some kind business. It appears our business rooms Are All occupied. Adam Barnhart near Barrs Mills had an Cut House Burn last sunday night burning his pork and a half barrel beef together with a full set Mason tools and some farming implements. The family knew nothing it until morning although the building stood a few feet from the dwelling House. We Call the attention our readers the advertisement in this Issue the Sale the Simon Leatherman real estate and personal property thursday february 2d, 1893, at 10 clock a. The farm is located in Warren township and is one the Best farms in that locality. For full particulars enquiry m. V. Ream at his Law office in new Philadelphia Ohio. While Many cities and Towne Are out Coal and fuel and the people Are suffering the towns Tuscarawas Val by Are blessed with abundance As the Hills skirting the Valley contain almost an inexhaustible Quantity. Our people accidental shooting Edwin g., son Morris Moody Uhrichsville meets with a serious if not fatal Accident. In removing a revolver from the Bath room it is in porno Way discharged. The Dulet striking him in the Abdomen. The Ball is removed. Physicians have Hopes his speeder recovery. It May result fatally. At the present writing however he is doing As Well As could be expected. The Only fear entertained by the attending physician is that peritonitis setting in. Edwin however is regarded a very sick Young Man. Saturday morning Early . Morris Moody Uhrichsville received a Telegram that his son Edwin who is a reporter the press Post Columbus acc Dently shot himself. The much alarmed father took the first train for the Capitol City. He found his son resting As Well As could be expected under the circumstances. Edwin who has a Nice position the above mentioned paper As night reporter and whose duties Are remain up late nights catch All the news met indeed with a thrilling experience saturday morning last that May Cost him his life. The facts As near As we were Able procure them Are about As follows remaining up late Friday night alter All the Street cars had ceased running and after completing his reportorial work the pres3-Post he walks hi3 lodging place a distance perhaps a mile. Going into his apartments he turns the Gas. Entering the Bath room he spies his revolver lying the Edge the Bath tub. Lie picks it up place it away and in so doing the weapon slips from his cold hand and is acc Dently discharged the Ball entering the lower left Side his Abdomen. A physician is summoned at once and probes for the Ball. The Lead is removed from under the inn a membrane the Abdomen. Luckily however the Ball did not injure any the vital functions and Edwin no doubt will survive the injury. Or. Moody returned Home yesterday and reports his Eon doing nicely and thinks he will pull through All right and come out a Well Man. Gilmore. Dividing Ridge. Mrs. John Denzer had a stroke paralysis and while her condition is not considered dangerous it May take a Long time recover. A birthday Surprise party was Given mrs. Eli Miller a few Days ago. It was her fifty fifth birthday. She was invited a neighbors House while her friends were Busy gathering and arranging for the occasion. By half past eleven 100 persons had arrived. A table was loaded Down with the delicacies the season. When every thing was in readiness her son John brought her Home. The Surprise was indeed comp Ete. Everybody enjoyed the occasion in the highest degree. A c. A. Eckert Ragersville bought the cheese the Simon Steiner Dairy and was highly pleased Over tha Quality it. Or. Steiner is held in High esteem by his milk customers. This is his fourth year As a manufacturer and the average output has been $2,500 Worth. Dennison annual exhibit the receipts amp expenditures a Tuscarawas county Ohio from the 1st monday september. 1891, the 1 St monday september 1892. Receipts. Bal. In Treasury sept. 7,1891. 4&.342. 91 317 247. 81 83,435. 6j 3.745. 43 l,fi28. 53 24.097. 50 1,190. 29 306. 39 32,643. 87 duplicate 1891. Additions a a. Delinquents 1691. Delinquent Chat collected. State com. School fund. In. S. . A a a a. Sec. 16 a a a a. Liquor tax 1892. Institute fund. Received from school examiners. A. A. Shear unexpended its. Fund. 320. 00 21.90 our business College in this City occupies a position for efficiency Aid j Uhrichsville has purchased the same thoroughness second none in the i fun Taes Possession today. State. Prof. Shott is a most excellent instructor and one the most social and Obj gig gentlemen we Haye in the City. He is indeed the proper Man in the right place. We Hope he wiil meet with unbounded Success the coming year. The undersigned will offer at Public auction saturday feb. 18th, 1893, at i clock p. M., at the red barn . Geo. H. Cross dry goods merchant canal Dover made an assignment for the Benefit his creditors . Peet cashier the first National Bank the same place was selected As Assignee. Assets and liabilities unknown at this writing. Or. Samuel Schlupp was suddenly . Bert Roby Sherrodsville and miss Melia Stemple Beaver dam i taken ill saturday afternoon last Cor. Of second and main sts., Uhrichs-1 Valley thought give their parents a requiring a conveyance take him a Ille the Percheron stallion ,1-----�?� a a 7310, As the property belonging the estate Alexander Latts deceased. Attention horse breeders do not fail attend this Sale and secure a bargain m a Good draft stallion. This horse will be sold the lowest bidder complying with the conditions Sale. Description and Pedigree Frederic is a dappled Gray 9 years old in april 1893, and will weigh 1900 in Good flesh. He has a Fine neck and head heavy Bone and Good style and especially Good action for a heavy horse. He was foaled april 20, 1884, imported in 1887by Geo. Van Devender Lexington saying that a chickens will come Home _ general real estate and Insu rants office. If you need Good tire life Accident insurance want buy sell real estate have any notary work do give me a Call. Office opposite m. Iii. He is recorded in the Percheron e. Church Corner West High and fifth stud Book America under no 7310 and 6280 in the stud Book France got by Togert 3769, and he by Modeno 154g, As recorded in stud Book America. Frederic a sure foal getter. His season for 1891, was 98 mares and for 1892. 94 mares. Terms made known Day Sale. J. Moore and a. P. Satto executors the estate Alexander Satto deceased. 5w2 Beiter amp Lytle new Philadelphia Ohio can and will sell you monuments headstones cheaper than any other firm in the state. Cali and examine our Stock were you can see the work and save Money by dealing direct with them. No agents percentage pay and you can see just what you Are buying As we carry a big Stock finished work. Lotf Surprise by slyly calling a reverand from his place business his Resi Carroll county and having the Nup Dence West High Street. His illness tial knot tied the 19th inst. Father wa8 that bilious Ness accompanied Daniel Stemple says it is All right but j Writh chills and fever. _ he was much How does it look and quotes the old j hotter this morning. Or. Phil Koehler Dover met with an Accident the other Day which pame very near causing him ins life. He was coming out Dan Zimmerman a place business carrying a 15 la. Cheese when he slipped and fell the Side walk breaking two ribs and otherwise injuring his Back. Uhrichsville is Soo have a new hotel. It will be four stories High be sides the basement. It will be sixty feet front 132 feet the East and 82 feet the West. The front will be pressed Brick with Stone trimmings the hiding will be steam heated throughout. It will be ready for occupancy about the time the katydids put in appearance. Tuscarawas county agricultural society meeting at the mayors office in St., new Philadelphia Ohio. Jacob Degreif notary Public and ins. At. A the Crescentia a Crescen Tia is the Delight the toilet a try Crescentia 3t8 prof. Hicks the weather Sharp says that More blizzards Are brewing and none should be deceived into a feeling Security if a few genial Days come. They Are simply heralds the storm. The Ohio legislature should do something this Winter for the More thorough Protection not the kind however that swim in the Tuscarawas but those who bite at Gold Brick baits As Well As those Al he a a a Untig office. Mrs. George Stidger Carrollton is visiting her sister mrs. Theo. Lanning the past week. Miss Maggie Berkshire returned from a lengthy visit with relatives in Western Pennsylvania monday last. Miss Angie Kerby who has been visiting relatives in Cadiz and Tippecanoe returned her grand fall Eros Levi Morris Sabbath. Mrs. Pettay Akron spent last week with her daughter mrs. Joseph Morris this place. A. Orr and family returned from a protracted visit with the latter Mother mrs. Walton near port Washington. Or. And mrs. Hagan spent thursday with Levi Morris and family. Landlord Arnold and Luemily have teen afflicted with the Grippe. Or. And mrs. Roberts visited at the residence John Lickey thursday and Friday last miss Lillie Rankin has been the sick list for several Days but we Are pleased know that she is rapidly recovering. The infant daughter Frank Kinsey has been afflicted with he Scarlet rash but is much improved represent. we need the copy the weekly times the Date May 26th, 1892 Complete the files at the auditors office. We will esteem it a great favor if any our subscribers will Forward it us. Mrs. Elmer Eckfeld is visiting friends and relatives in Steubenville this week. The cons Tau Endeavor society this place held a mite society and social at miss Sadie Logan a tuesday evening this week. Christian Endeavor Day will also be observed by them next sunday. Mrs. Lewis Lineberger Tuscarawas is visiting Dennison friends this week. Theodore Lanning the firm Bell amp Lanning spent sunday with his family in Gilmore. We Hope . Lanning will soon move Here. C. J. Kinsey Wolf a station made a business trip Dennison last week. We Are told he purchased several lots in North Dennison. Lie May move Here. Xxx olidvale.2 the misses Jennie and Lucy Grimes new Philadelphia were in Midvale Sabbath calling mrs. Hoopengarner and Mother. Quite a number our Young people took advantage the Fine Sleigh ing and drove Over Elisha Carnahan a monday night. Or. David Secris has begun business in his new store. Give him a Call. Building has been retarded consider crabby in our town owing the cold weather. Xxx the two Johns. A the two Johns scored a hit at the new grand opera House last night. The performance abounds in humorous absurdities and the enormous size the leading characters give the performance an additional Shade humor. A the two Johns will be the attraction the s afternoon and evening at the grand and will be sure fill the h City times. At opera House Friday evening january 27. Marriage permits. The Boston clothing House is preparing make Many improvements in the store in a few Days and Are offering their present Stock goods at greatly scarcely appreciate the blessings that na-1 reduced prices. Ture has bestowed upon them m this part . Parmelee this City Baa the following marriage licenses have been granted by probate j u age Mitchel r ise Brown Charles e. Oler. Sarah a. Evans we. Edwards. Sadie Robinson we. Ross. Margaret Gray Warner Burdett. Isabelle Watson James a. Shorbe. Annie Kendle John ii. Crafe. Kate Smeltzly . W. Black Emma Border Edward Bittecuffer. The Home prot helter Gnaden Hutten was made extremely Happy the 9th, inst., by the arrival a Fine boy. Grandpa Edward Westhafer is likewise Happy. Ithe two Johns. J. C. Stewarts very funny comedy a the two Johns a a roaring farce comedy was presented at the opera House last evening and was enthusiastically received. It is a Good play and one the most successful the Road. The company has enjoyed eleven Yean Prosperity and piled up a Fortune Over one Hundred thousand dollars Foi its owners. This is a record almost unparalleled in the annals the theatrical Globe. At open. House Friday evening january 27th. See the times offer in the first column. Two papers for one Dollar. School fund. Coshocton co. To Bucks . Aug. 1891 a a Quot Quot a a a a and Newcomerstown school. Harrison co. Sec 16. School fund. A a Perry . Coshocton a a Bucks a a and Newcomerstown school. Bridge fund. Co. Com mrs a correction lumber account. Co. Com mrs a. Old Bridge Plank sold county fund. J. G. Patrick pros. Atty. Line and costs collected. Clerk Donahey Cost in state cases. A a a a unclaimed Cost. P. Ii. Read fines collected. L. Brinkman fines collected. G. W. To Feese a a. T. K. Robinson a a Quot. A. Romig 4. C. Hursey a a a a. . Tomer we Kinsey a a. L. C. Ball Quot Quot. Kobe. A. Boone Quot a a. Jos. Javetz a a a a. 81. S Souers a a a a. Ii. Ii. Porter a a a a. Barclay a a a a. J. Mulvane a a a a. 1. Ii. Hostetler Quot. Peter Moersch a a a a. A. C. Kurtz rent basement. Geo. Thomas a a a a. Fos Loeb insurance refunded. 0. Baker a John w. Kinsey Laws pens a. We Hill compensation Sli Otwell for Road. We. Lash auctioneers License. U. A link auction duties collected. T. 0. Mcadoo expenses Road View not granted. P. J. Petry expenses Road View not granted. Leroy Mcgregor bottle Ink. L a. Correll bottle Ink. C. B. Harvey 2 boys pens. Chas. Lahmer 1 a Quot Quot. Children a Home fund. Support Xenia children. A Carroll co children. A a a Jefferson co a. A a a Coshocton a a a a. Iupps Home Sale Oil barrels a support Xenia children. Supt Home Sale Stock and barrels. Supt Home school tax from Dover township. Support Xenia children. Supt Home Sale Stock amp a. A a a a a a Quot a wheat. Infirmary fund. Inf. Directors burial Franklin co pauper. Inf. Directors support Holmes co pauper. Inf. Directors support Harrison county pauper. Inf. Directors support Athens co pauper. Inf. Directors sheep pelts a. Sold. A a a Money found dead pauper. Geo w. Kelley sheep pelts a hides sold from infirmary.-. Geo. W. Kelley beef hides a sold from infirmary. Geo. W. Kelley Wool sold from inf. A a a a a Corn calves a sold from infirmary. Inf. Directors Stone sold at inf. In Armelee. Amt. Overpaid infirmary account. Indigent soldiers fund. I reas. Of Mill . Unclaimed ind. Sol. Fund. 29.00 62. 81 122.15 16. 21 62.25 40. Or 41.50 161. 41 133. 6. 159. 75 48. Fax 6 k 7. 17. 0< 3.0 5.0< 10. 00 i. O 5< 15. 5.0 12.81 ii. O 13. 0< if 120. F 46. 2 St. 8-40. 44 85. 0 3. 9� 13. L i 20. 51 21.51 7 7 1. T 523, i in. V 1,525. 8�?T 1,774. 51 35. 4 521. 64 50.2. 89. 8. 563.0�?T 25. 7- 55 37 20.0 20. 8< 36. Of 9.0 21.91 1.4 4.21 13. 81 193. 6 12. 6 5. 5. T r Benner e Mcfadden John w Adams John Harper Conrad Seikel James Elwood James Scott p Callanan Fred a Haas s Vav rank Emanuel Bender Chas Valot Frank b Fisher Gottlob Vetter Philp Kate ii Breitenstein a Warwick Quot. A Walil Ngy Quot. A a Mill 1 pet Warren re. A a Franklin Quot. Quot Salem Quot. Quot Wayne Quot. Quot Goshen 1 pet. Quot Bucks . A a Clay Quot. Quot Sandy Quot. Quot Fairfield Quot. A a Sugarcreek . Quot Lawrence Quot. A a Auburn Quot. Quot corp Dover a a. L spas Quot country Quot Quot. A h Wilson a a Mill township Dennison precinct. D Johnson Quot Goshen 2 pet. J s Minnis Quot Quot a a 3 Quot. Chas Valot appraising Somerdale lots. Conrad Seikel appraising stouts add Strasburg. F m Hoopengarner appraising Brocks add Midvale. D Johnson appraising Switzer a and Gilgen a add new Phila. H Breitenstein appraising Shafer s and c Sllyn Gluff Sadito Dover. Court exp Nib Petit grand struck and special jurors. Witnesses in state cases. Before Erand jury. Justices fees in state cases. Constables Quot Quot Quot. To court and grand jury. Elections judges and clerks elections. Return judges Quot Quot. Pm Intiso account Samuel and Blanks. W c Gould Quot Quot a a. F c Irvine Quot Quot Quot. Samuel r Minnie Quot m Quot. W w Scott a Quot Quot. J l mall value Quot Quot Quot. W h Stoutt Quot Quot Quot. John Doerschuk Quot Quot Quot. Books and stationery the Barrett pub co books and stationery. Johnson and Watson books and stationery. The b f Wade co books and stationery. Seibert and Lilley books and stationery. Short and Foreman books and stationery. The Troup alg co books and stationery. The Foreman Bassett co books and stationery. Brooks and co books and stationery Robt Clark and co a a a a a a. The c 0 paper co paper a. F c Miller a son Blank books and stationery. D Korns p m Stamps a. Carter Dinsmore a co in stand and mucilage. Woodrow Baldwin a co writing fluid. W j priest typewriting material. A m Martin Quot Quot. The Akron p and p co civil action record. Johnson a Donahey envelopes a. If de Haan pens. The Rugyte Gale co Gold wafer seals Lohn doors Ink bin sing newspaper files. 5 c Tatum co Telephone tablets. R j Peter stationery for school Exa Minati it is. Henry Rice stamping Ink. G ii Lewis Dow tax table. I e Weils envelopes. 66 00 60 0- 66 00 56 00 70 00 79 00 70 00 62 00 72 00 74 00 78 00 66 00 85 00 90 00 60 00 94 00 92 u0 58 00 92 00 Luo 00 2 00 2 09 3 00 2 00 4 00 2,457 95 261 90 445 70 112 15 304 45 276 00 463 75 16 20 746 90 55 00 1,057 890 95 133 50 763 37 22 25 6 26 153 91 388 55 774 85 190 95 291 00 158 00 36 35 20 in 17 25 58 86 30 55 296 57 00 6 15 13 00 19 45 7 50 6 25 30 75 2 70 6 00 3 55 3 25 1 50 50 60 we Adams conveying John m Allison Asylum. Witnesses in lunacy. Insurance. Cab a Kerr insurance 5 years. 81420, cd. Home. C f Baker insurance 5 years. 4830. Infirmary. Joseph Loeb insurance 5 years966o infirmary. Joseph Loeb insurance 5 years Quot Spioch. Home. Joseph Loeb. 1 is u ran ice 5 years 5ooo, Trenton River Bridge. New Retery insurances years 2i200,�?~ cd. Home. O Crete insurance 5 years 2o.8oo, infirmary. Inton insurance 5 years 6ooo, Blocktown River by. J Kelley insurance 5 years 4ooo, jail. 4 69 viewing and surveying roads. O h Hoover surveyors fees. J h Booth Quot a a. V i e w e r s a f yes. Chains in s and markers fees. Damages and compensation r0ad3 85 30 21 62 60 44 20 48 30 96 60 83 40 92 50 266 00 26o 111 2o7 25 8 91 so 32 courthouse and office expenses. Christian Jensen bal. Fres coing court House. 1,252 50 8ehl bus painting and varnishing court House. 260 00 Fohn Meinhart repairing front court House. 2,050 00 the Deis Bissman and Kurtz co furniture a for court House .716 10 the new Phila water co water rent for court House. 90 00 f c Stow janitor court House .600 olt m s Nabor services As night watch. 42 00 l Zellner a sons galvanized Iron work at court House. 88 75 the Light heat and Power co Gas for court House. 411 30 the cd p a Tel co rent telephones in court House. Ill 00 Lohn w Kinsey express freight and telegrams. 25 0 v w Patrick it Al pros atty office rent. 40 00 Lacob Burtscher setting 8 grates in court House. 29 65 i p frilly hardware for court House 24 1. 1 p Logan plastering and repairs in court House. 7 00 v m Martin typewriter supplies clerks office. 13 09 1 Nageley a sous lumber Aud Wood work for court House. 41 85 fames Congleton brooms. 6 Ltd i f Ilensey hauling ashes from court House. 5 00 Levy a Teru tag for court House .8 50 w Fisher cleaning cesspool at court House. Feager Smitley a co Ink erasers a b b Shotwell. We Hill Road. Am Francis and n c work m Moody Road. Bridges and culvbrt8. John Hoffman in full abutments by. In Baltic. John Sherll stonework by Warwick township. Stonework by Rush w s Page part pay Culvert Warwick township. Frederick Wassem stonework it Bridges Bugar Creek . A l Barthlow stonework one Bridge Oxford . Arch. Casteel in full Culvert Jefferson . Sylvester sheets bal. In full Quot repairs read Wash Salem . Sylvester sheets fills Bridge Oxford . Sylvester sheets Protection Wall by. South newcomers town. Arch. Casteel Extension Culvert Salem . Salem Gray in full flies Bridge Perry . Joseph Caples replanting Bridge Mill . John Narkiey in full flies Bridge Jefferson . W m Johnson in full approaches by Rush . Godfrey Oesch planking 2 Bridges sugar Creek . Ripley a Poland in full abutments for Bridge. Rush . Of car Kirby fills Bridge Washington . Aaron Delong Protection Lence br., Newcott Erston. We Shrock in full fills 2 Bridges Sugarcreek . W s Page bal. In full Culvert Warwick . Joseph born fills by Warwick . John Stahl replanting is br., Rush . Fred a Wassem abutments forbr., Bucks . Adam Froelich Protection Bridge Jefferson . Ben Heichman planking Bridge Warwick . John Gadd addition Culvert Oxford . Adam Stocker planking 2 Bridges Salem . S w Mccoy rip rap anc1-approaches. Culvert Oxford . David Williams bal. In full Protection Wall at River Oxford . John Pryst replanting Bridge a wich . I continued fourth Paniff l 35 71 62 91 52 5o 44 15o 00 113 91 82 55 7h 91 00 9 2o 32 16 5o 18 54 20 09 66 47 4o 94 6o 12 27 99 1s9 19 68 59 72 27 7 8o 10 17 9o 27 79 25 13 27 22 the greatest. Clearing up Sale . I total receipts expenditures. Amount paid the state. 48,065.5 school funds. Quot township Village and special schools 137,945 9 dec. 16. Funds Harrison and Carroll cons. 78. 81 township funds. Township. Bridge cemetery a funds 25,710.1 Hoad funds. 13,783. 9 corporation funds. Gnadenhutten. 384. 5 Dover. 16,083.1 new Philadelphia. 23,<>72. 6 Blakes Mills. 834.0.�?T Barnhill. 852. 4 /.oar. 149. 2 Uhrichsville. P0 v Dennison. 19,499.1 Newcomerstown. 4,050. 6 Mineral City. 2,067. 5< port Washington. 859. 4 Tuscarawas. 3�?~-�. 6& fees and salaries officers. John w. Kinsky. County auditor. Part pay As auditor from sept. 1890 429. 9 per diem and mileage r. Appraisement 1891. 114. 8< writing descriptions in Road abstracts 1390 and �?T91230 0 3art pay As auditor from sept. 1891. 1,641.11 making Trenton Aud Uhrichsville Pike dup1891. 294. 8< Mcelroy a Lynn carpet sweeper. Wise Zeeb a co Ley matches a. I Carnahan saw dust for court House. \ d Duoney. Cleaning locks in co. Treasury. Tolci Ivarue a Lump soil repairing wheelbarrow. Hico Jentes bookshelf for prob. Office. Fou h. Kinsey Oil cloth Aud matting. It p Taylor a son. Window cleaner a i ii Mitchell repair probate Seal the Dickson drug store India Ink a for Surveyor. I w Moody repair clerks Seal. W Burry carpet for court House. Taylor Bros a co filing Stamps and cuts. I e Wells 1 it lard Oil. Fail repairs and expenses. D c Gentsch med. Aid prisoners. Is. Alexander clothing for Quot a w Burry carpet matting a. I e Wells Wall paper a Copperas. Hie new Phila water co water rent 3 s Urfer Cong towling a. Lohn Saunders barbering prisoners i Stinebaugh a son mending shoes for prisoners. F c Price screen doors. L Engler. Whitewashing. Bouis Rolli hauling ashes. A my Dick repairing hearths. Kniseley tin and hardware. Schenk a Compton painting and 50 15 00 3 50 12 06 3 75 12 00 1 50 3 00 7 2.�?T 3 05 2 2 51 2 50 1 65 6 9f 20 papering it p canal Dover sat. Jan. 23th, 1s93. The annual Elk Cotton the society will be held for the purpose electing nine directors serve two year. The election will be held from Oue three clock p. By order the Board. A w. Streb Sec a Ohio. Fertile soil Coal timbers Good Waters minerals various kinds Are the gifts nature we enjoy that millions Are in daily need . We should be Content. The Boston stars. The next entertainment the y. C. A j., Phi ular course will be give n by the famous Best in stars feb. 3. The con Mittee Calls attention the follow no statement Redpath Bureau a Nella was an orig Roaal member the a Boston stars an a Iza Tion which for several seasons end it Yed exceptional popularity. As reorganized this company pres and stronger claims for consideration than Ever before. It is still headed by that Sterling artist deservedly the most pop Lar Reader who has Ever grand the american platform whose Man is a household word every where and who Nee s no Eulogius from her manager. Mrs. Pond has associated with herself artists assured reputation notably . Charles l. Kellogg the favorite Bird Warbler and Whistler whose performances for absolute Novelty and genuine Merit ranks him among the very beat entertainers the Day. Or. Kellogg is simply wonderful. It is utterly impossible describe his mar Velous Bird songs. Miss Adelaide Chester another new member has one the most satisfying voices we have Ever listened . It is a pure contralto wide Range and great Power. Her tones Are Rich Arica Mallow and she sings wife the utmost feeling and expression. Miss Lida Low who has been successfully associated with mrs. Pond for a number seasons As pianist and accompanist has been engaged in the same capacity for this company. Her Sterling Merit and pleasing appearance Are sure make her a favorite. A. Bippus amp son Are sole agents in new Philadelphia for chased Barley malt whisky. Rich and pure it is a Fine tonic for the weak and feeble. It strengthens the lungs. Pm just completed the erection a Nice Buai Neu Bouse at mid Afie. The building is 45x55 with two store rooms. What a the matter with organizing for a circular Fox Hunt in this county take place at an Early Date. No More exciting and interesting sport could be had. An unknown Man was run Down while walking the c. L. Amp w. R., near the station this City by the passenger train this afternoon Aud his body from the hips Down were crushed. He was badly bruised about the Bead and face. He cannot live. Frank Bash returned last evening from Stark county with a big sled Load poultry. He bought seven Young yellow Cochin the aggregate weight tipped the Scales at 66 11 s. The Ohio River is reported raising one Inch an hour. The ice is badly Cut up cracked an j dangerous considerable damage would be done lives and property should this Snow off with a rain. Editor Sam Moore failed appear at the times office this morning and has since continued stay away and be out touch with the boys. There came his House this morning a pretty Little dishwasher and Samuel knows that nothing but the very Best havanas goes such a Happy occasion. Mother and babe Are doing nicely and the highly elated father is uncontrollable. For Sale. 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. Cali address Emett m. Stocker agent port Washington Ohio. 3t6 House and lot East Avenue also a Coal Bank and equipments in Good running order 1 Miles from town Good Coal. Inquire Thomas Peuker new Philadelphia o., times office. Want one Tbs a Down and balance in reasonable payments. 49tf up c. C. Funky county treasurer. Collection duplicate Quot Fine and costs Etc., delinquent chattels John c. Dona hot clerk court. Clerk fees in state cases. J. H. Mitchell probate judge. Holding criminal court. County 3,299 9- k9 11 81 4 inquest lunacy a. Examiners prevents palsy shocks and Bovi sudden deaths cures nervous prostration. Price $1.c0. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Of agents wanted. To sell goods instalment plan consisting Silver Ware clocks sewing machines Etc. Call m. Hanna Cor her fair and Tuscarawas Avenue. Removal Silver Ash Institute cure alcohol and morphine Habib from Alliance o., Salem o., Cor. High and Lundy streets. The management will be in the hands l. Hooper pres., and C. Snyder Sec. And treas. No Effort will be spared make every one comfortable and satisfied who come the Institute. Our remedies Are sure Safe and scientific and a cure guaranteed. Fred Ripple is our agent for new Philadelphia and canal Dover who will be pleased give any and All desired information. Hoopes amp Smyder. Dec. 2v92. Im3 there is no Verdigris other impurity in chases Barley malt whisky. It is Rich and nutritious and the Best All whiskies for family and medical purposes. Sold by a. Bippus amp son new Philadelphia. Pm appointment Treasury. Recording births and deaths. J. G. Neuman recorder. Bal. In full Gen. Indexes. 11. T. Minxie. Recorder indexing deeds. Potia Poilu sheriff. Boarding prisoners . Summoning juries a. Extra allowance by court. Fees in probate court cases. Transporting insane inf. William Adams sheriff. Summoning juries a. Boarding prisoners a. Fees in matter insane. Conveying prisoner workhouse. Attorneys fees. J. G. Patrick pros. Atty. Fee. Quot Quot Quot Legal adviser county officers. To per event Fine Aad Cost state cases. J Patrick counsel in tax cases. Henry Bowers Quot Ohio is m Stine. J h Barnhill counsel in Ohio is Geo Feucht. J w Yeagley counsel in is John Vardy. Olmstead and Omar nieu counsel in Ohio is Henry Wehrli. Orson Lusk counsel in Ohio is Jonas Davis. Commissioners fee. Wesley Emerson. E b Westhafer. Adam Miller. 6%. 41 200, 0 104. 31 2. 9 121. 4 99. 43 1.53.00 396. J 55. A Ami a 46. 74 4. U 254. 9. 4x1. J 7.54 17. V. 9f2 04 goo 00 15 50 00 50 20 20 200 0 20 co infirmary directors fees 1,255 2< 1,455 1,436 5f Laylor a son Lawn Mower a. A Amuel Tufer blacksmithing. A Arr a Kelly shoes fur prisoners. L Zellner a sons repairing roof castings a. V Gintz a co bed a. Vick Miller stonework and cementing. Lohn Eckert shoes for prisoners. Lacob Eckert sharpening Lawn Mower. Unclaimed Cost. 3 p Wells it. Al. Coal account. 3 f Ilensey it Al. Taxes refunded. Ii j Berger $675 00 Chat Sugarcreek township. C c Milner 215-100 acres Dover Robert Harris dog in new Phila. Moody lots7 a 8bl. 5in Dennison Henry Shank 2 acres in Auburn . C Forney. Trea j b read land in Goshen . A ii Bash lot 166 Uhrlee Ivlue owned by illness. Vav m Tracy 32-100 acres Lawrence owned by r a. Valentine Leuz s acres in Mill and York . The Den. Land co House $9j0 assessed twice. Jac. A. Leiser $620 Dover corp should have been school. John a Balosky House $2>x& 89 a 90 Salem . Kew Van Lehn 3 1-6 acres Pike tax. Jacob Foehl % acres York c a m k a. J m Wise $43 Chat Bucks . Samuel Stettler $1100 building Dover corp. Burned 1890. Settling school fund8. James m Sproull it Al. Coroners inquests. I b d Downey coroners fees. a Romig mayor act a Coroner. I Barkley j p w Meese j p a m Beers postmortem exam Bat non James Booth. R ii Goudy postmortem exam Nat non James Booth. J m Smith asst autopsy Janies Booth. Constables at inquests. Witnesses Quot Quot. John Evans exhuming and re burying James Booth. 4fi 10 21 55 26 31 10 56 19 00 9 7i 24 35 15 15 12 50 19 x 2 50 4 in 16 93 11 85 10 01 5 x i 00 11 89 4 85 3 5< 4 60 1 50 23 30 393 22 9 78 3 82 1 a 25 44 3 81 42 22 1 19 2 42 6 44 9 30 6 82 4 84 2 43 2 54 6 45 u 10 56 20 92 45 6 70 4 30 6 85 75 60 0� 10 00 7 4o 17 00 5 00 e. , the shoe dealer Ever bad. About $1000,00 Worth the Welty Stock still unsold. We shall place every pair our bargain counters and Clear it entirely out before March 1st. Bargains for ladies All And t., cousins 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 sizes 235 and 6. Fine Don Gola Button Worth $2, $2.25, 12 .50 now $1.75 sizes 23,3 56,7 and 8. Fine hand welts Worth $2.50, now $1.50 sizes 2 ,3, 3. Dongola Button too cheap last former Price $1.50 now 75c. Calf shoes All size 8, Worth $1.50 now 50c. Misses solid lace Worth $1.00 now 5oe. 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 forget it Call for the Jack at e. Parmelee�?T3, the shoe dealer new Philadelphia Ohio. Also water St., Uhrichsville Ohio natural White Oil grows hair the head 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. Of we have two Good Lota left yet in Brown and Heindle addition front Street in West Philadelphia Allentown. These lots Are situated convenient for men in the Iron Mills Nail Mill and Are cheap. Call 3 Moore at times office. Of. Meat a luxury. The poor Are Content with soup Hon and liver for Tho meat is very dear these Days and a counted a luxury by the poor and soup Bones and layer is what a great Many Isk for and usually find they Are picked up having been engaged for several weeks ago Armour advanced meat one cent a Pound wholesale and butchers Are expecting another raise within a week. As it is now the Best Steak cuts sell at 15 18 cents a Pound boiling meat from 8 10 cents roast 12 cents a Pound pork 12 15 cents a Pound Tauf Tage 15 cents. Butchers Are paying 3 cents Tor pork. Turkeys dressed Are retailing at 16 17 cents a Pound. In a. U it Jas m Porter per diem and expenses a a Quot Quot clerical services. Lewis Geckeler per diem and exp Anses. Ozias Delong per diem Aud expenses school examiners fees 49 0 30 0 200 9 wanted a local agent be l first class reliable fertilizers in this town. Also agents wanted in other towns in this county for full particulars with prices and terms address with reference d. H. Foster Syracuse new York. No 5 w-4 for Sale a Fine cottage Home looms lot 05x197 feet Only 2 Square 5 from Public Square Good Cis Tern cellar and Good fruit for $2,350. Reasonable terms. Inquire 51tf s. Moore agent. Iva Tural White Oil comes from nature a invisible Depths purely a min eral product. Grows hair head cures Dandruff permanently stops Hai falling out. Poco 50 cents. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp Bon. Of j w Pfeifer services. W e Beck Quot. A a c Baker Quot. Pfeifer Beck and Baker expenses. As3f.33ors fees Conrad Seikel appraising add. Of a Irasburg. Lucas Friend appraising 3 adds i it ver. F b Holliday assessing transient store. David e Bald win assessing Union 3 f Warner Quot Rush Quot e Romig Quot Mill 3 pet v ii Quillen a a Perry Quot. S f. Bair a a York a a. Isaac Haver assessing Oxford a a. F m Hoopengarner assessing Goshen 4 pet. I David Brown assessing Mill 2 pet John Ghat Jeff Santa inquests lunacy. Peter Goeler conveying Ann Loomis Asylum. P Goeler conveying Mary i Exley Asylum. P Goeler conveying Sam Mckeown Asylum. P Goeler conveying Morris Chaney Asylum. P Goeler conveying Eliz l Zimmer from Asylum inf. 183 05 p Goeler conveying h w Albert 163 05 Asylum. 234 3� 1& Goeler conveying Martha Barnhill 91 w Asylum. P Goeler conveying Martha Kotsou Asylum. Win a iams conveying Jesse Moore Asylum. W r ureter asset conveying Jesse Moore Asylum. Logan Machan conveying Mary a Machen Asylum. P Goeler conveying Barney older Asylum. We Adams conveying Mary f Baker Asylum. We Adams conveying Lucinda a Huprich any ruin. We Adams conveying n f m Rogerst Asylum so w Bowers asst conveying Sam i la Wei w 2 3 2 04 54 0 0< 56 00 60 in 64 68 00 52 64 09 _ _ m 00 i 33 75 75 46 25 22 00 2-2 75 41 75 35 75 27 75 8 30 33 75 30 75 33 75 33 75 24 95 us w it it i it in a

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