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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 16, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times p0hu8h1d a by that Buday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Beat advertising in the count a books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Youb favor solicit. New Philadelphia times. Quot to try a a dive him Kates. Suci. 1 to. 3 to. One Inch. 11 50l 2 50 three Nohea. 3 00 6 00 six inches. 400, 10 00 half column .5 00 12 50 be column a i 12 00 30 00 6 to. A 300 9 00 15 00 25 00 50 00 1 it a 6 15ff 25 51 50 100 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday March 16, 1893. Number 12 Kew Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and pro Prietti Myers Block. Second floor North Broadway new times will be published every thursday inborn aug in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in if not paid w within three to s 1.50 a Llemit Tanya should be sent by draft a registered letter Postof Sce order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication. To the to mks. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 two papers for is. The new Philadelphia times amp Farmers Friend tul Small sum one vol ear is the offer we now make to All new subscribers who pay is. In Advance. We extend this offer to a who pay up All arrearage and one Dollar in and Vanoe any one who keeps his paper paid in Advance so All May stand an Equality. Those who spoke to us lately about the Farmers Friend will be entitled to receive it if they Call. The Farmers Friend is a Semi monthly farm journal and is Well liked by All who have read it. A Sample copy can can be seen at the times office. We Are now running a daily paper and have gone to extra expense to get All the news the county and therefore we Are enabled to give our patrons p much better to weekly Piper. Fifty two copes a Large weekly paper and Twenty four copes a Large Faun journal All for one Dollar should attract the attention the Reading Public. Just enclose one Dollar and we will put you our list. To re a 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, 93 August 26ih, �?T93. At canal Dover january 7, �?T93 february ii,�?T93 april 22, �?T93 july 8,�?T93. At Uhrichsville March 11th, �?T93. At Mineral Point March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june 3d, �?Ts3. examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, �?T93 May 6ih, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at b Ciocio a. In., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the a nanners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with Den and Ink and the necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. All examinations will be held in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. J. W. I finer press i. A a m. Kit Tyr Soiu a a. ,17�? a a business directory. Joseph Welty Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New Philadelphia. Ohio Augustu 1890. 33yl Kansas City has a woman who is a candidate for mayor the City. President Cleveland d Mies the Story to the effect that 110 newspaper Man need apply for office. A Bill was passed in the 09.i 1 House last week requiring Street Railroad companies to place guard Frame around the running gear Street Cira within six months from the d it 3 Elk its passage. The state k 1.1$.-s has Pusey the woman Suff age Bill an i is now a Law. The Bill stood m the senile 23 to 5 and in the House 84 to 17. The City Rahway n. J was seven a shaken i y e 1 be oath n Ning the 9th. It ties n the drug stores wire thrown from the shelves. One barn was def Iron a. An epidemic colds followed the inauguration. Que to a number cases terminated Matviy pneumonia having ret in. The exposure was great amp the wonder is but the fatality was not greater. his Given Goy Gray Inanna the appointment As minister to Mexico Aud Gen. Pat Collins Boston As Consul to Liverpool. Both these appointments Are fat places. The citizens mime Haye asked mrs. James g. Blaines permission to move her dec a husbands remains to the Capitol that state so As to erect a Monument to Mark his final resting place. Col. James Neal Hamilton gets a fat position under the Cleveland administration i. He was appointed Consul to Liverpool a position which pays $22 000. Per annul. President Cleveland let Jimmy Campbell name the Man and he named his Friend colonel Neal. The a a chronic office seekers who held under Cleveland a former administration Are Cir a turned Down. That is right. That policy wiil strength 11 any party. It the same policy was up Issod in i Chi politic in. Would be highly beneficial to the democratic party. This ring policy is a curse to Sny political Orga ii a ution. A writer in an engineering Piper i made a calculation 111 the interests Good roads. It Sites that 011 the worst Earth roads not Muddy i it at Sandy a horse can draw twice As much As he can carry Liis Back a fair Road 3. Times As much a Good Mac. Yemiz Road nine Tun -1 As much 011 a smooth Plank Road Twenty five tidies As Milch a Stone track Way thirty three times As Mupo Nind 011 met. I rails Tipy for times As much a Al x. i a s a trying to a a talk up a a scare to the Farmers the question off the my woo1. The Farmers Well remember however that Wool wag from 30 to 33 cts per la Befrs i he to Kmla y Tariff was put Wool and that it Dei Jiae in Pica to 27 is Vav if the duty . If the duty is taken off they will it 30 cts again for their Wool. Such a a Hoo door san a will not. Catch the Farmer am. Commissioners proceedings personal and general. A company Massillon Iok it is about to build an electric Road from that City to Navarre. In will make a paying line 110 doubt. A company r f Navarre people Are also set King the franchise and a up rib d cutest is hands Between the rival Cuini Anies. We. Boreland an old Bachelor living beyond Roxford committed suicide by hanging last week. He was 72 years old Aud had become feeble minded. He ii said to be Worth at least $15 000. He imagined that he was going to be robbed. Frederick gobble sr., will sell at Public auction his premises near Ragersville Friday March 21th 1893 a lot horse cows hogs wagons mowers amp reapers other farm implements Hay Oats amp household furniture. Sale to commence at 10, a. M. Or. P. Ii. Read is a candidate for re election As Justice the peace. He respectfully asks the democrats Goshen township to remember him at the primary. Pat is a Hustler and wiil a a get there a if nominated in Good style notwithstanding the Republican majority in the township. The y. M. A. Haye secured the services fifteen athletes schooled in the gymnasium Steubenville y. M. A. To assist them in their entertainment to be Given the 25th. People interested in the physical department the association should not fail to attend. Admission 25 cents. No extra charges for reserved seats. We Are 111 the Lead a tin. Have already received our Spring jackets and a apes and they Are Selling fast. We Are Able to show some the Choice is styles that Are to be found. Paces Are reasonable. We Are conducting our cloak business As heretofore. Quick and Small profits. S. S. Urfer. Tarns interest gathered from Many sources. Miss Gritie Spence spent Sabbath in Uncasville. Now is the time to got a pretty dress at John ii Kiu soy a. 12w2 m is Emma Welty entertained the euchre club Friday eve. Mrs Arthur Brown Cambridge visiting relatives in tins City. Is see to e times offer in the first column. Two apers for one do at. F a Nice full sized baby Carriage for $4.24 at a. Gintz amp co. The action Board was in session monday arranging for the Spring elect Tion. Mrs John alien Carrollton is visit org at the residence Joseph by Rick maker. Mrs Ella hurry me Clung Columbus has returned Home after an extend wedding trip. Mrs. Charles Johnson Dennison spent Sabbath with her sister mrs. De. Bailey this City. Miss Oltie Forbes new Hagerstown is the guest her Uncle and aunt add mrs . Thomas Smith. Miss Maine Custer entertained in handsome style about 40 her lady friends thursday afternoon. A Complete line embroideries lace amp Chenille curtains carpets amp a. At lowest prices at John it Kinsey a. 12w2 Captain g w Bowers is shoving the Pencil the Ohio Democrat. George is a Good editor As Well As a Printer. Oscar amp Ambrose Bowers were in Cleveland saturday business. was punch Issinga Stock tobacco. Or. And mrs. A b. Dangler Mats lion spent Sunty with sir. And mrs. Savidge North Broadway this City. Easter Trinrud hats display after March 21993. Call and see for yourself. Mattie meaner East High St. Price building. 12t3 mrs. Ola Morgan Carrollton visited relatives 111 this c to last week when her Way to v set her sister at Nashville fennels see. Lei by Youngstown was married miss sue Reardon this 1 i a at the m k parsonage in canal Dover the 12h Rusf. Woods and James Day met with a rious Accident in a Coal mine tuesday by a premature explosion powder while Bias ing Coal. If you want to make a carpet buy Une Call a. A. Gibs it a. \ will fur Niah the Best Chain. West end now Philadelphia. 9w4 Daniel lae Racli has up chased the farm Jacab Leadrach in Bucks township consisting 190 acres for $7, 100, 00. Daniel is a Fine Young Man amp we wish him Success. T ii. Booth a a a attorney at Law it Tury Public Suid con. Eyun Cor. Rcv Cid v1d to collection executors. Administrator and Guir Dlan s accounts. Office up stain opposite the court Blouse North Broadway. 47yl Ned Quot 1 the g1lsey House. Fred. Wenger proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. Liar j it. 1_ use a in. Furnished feed table in connection 39yl a t in per Day f furnish j Ami j Al Moo be attorney at Law. New Phila Dellda Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his cure in , Larrison Aud adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Mykris Block 2d floor. Torn _ a s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up Stair opposite the court House North ><2oanwa.v.- a a Al . M s. Vail dentist office in City Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Ii undershot. Fit Sci lit and office and rooms. North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y q. Ellis Asci Bitett. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway. New Philadelphia Ohio. 21yl j r. P. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to 10 a. M. 2 to 4 p. M. 17 to 8 p. M. Sundays 9 to 10 a. M. The Rawley to use. Office hours Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. Rate 2.0 0 per i a y. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl wednesday March 8, 1893. Commissioners met in it guru session an the. After a a Roi a Ion a Chi Rieta and others mud was filed and Charles larg Adam 8tocker and Frederick Eckert appointed viewers. In the matter Road pet Tiou c. Milner viewers having reported favourably the sumo was read first time. Solomon Stocker was appointed Mem her committee for burial ind gent soldiers 111 Clay township vice j Oshua Brice removed. Contract was awarded for Coal for Licourt House and Jad for ensuing year to s. F Ile Roseb at $1 ,60 per ton screened a Coal. S. Stow was rehired As janitor the a Quilhot for Ojie year at $u0u per year thursday 0th�?111 the matter Road petition Noah Mast Aud others viewers were appointed amp a. Iha Road petition c. Milner read second time. Board commissioners visited county infirmary and found everything in Good def. Or. Andrew in Patriek was reappointed trustee the children a Home for 3 years. Jeremiah Reives was appointed children a Home advisory Board for 3 so Friday March 10th.�?the Board this Day examined to e boat is tand vouchers the treasurer a office and found All Correct. In the matter Road Peti Ion j. A con Well George Welch j. M. Porter Levi l. Dunlavy were appointed viewers amp a. In the matter Road it Tion c. Milner�?1�,port read third time and further proceedings postponed to March 14th Board visited the jail and found everything in Good condition. The report and vouchers infirmary Board examined and approved except the claim Fred. Weber. Saturday March 11th�?111 the matter petition it. F. Gardner vacating part a county Road Bond required for costs &c., continued. Commissioners report ordered published in the new Philadelphia times. In the matter infirmary Pire Clef Jacob Lebold was appointed. In the matter the petition for an. Negation contiguous territory to Newcomerstown the Board set Friday March 17th, at id a. In., for a View the premises. In the matter Pititto 1 for ditch improvement by John Myers Bondsmen Orie Rud to pay costs amp a. Adjourned to March 14th. Now is the time to use Gentsch a blood and layer syrup. Win purify our blood and relieve you that tired feeling. For Sale at 12 t 5 Gentsch s drug store. The Republican held their township and corporation primary saturday evening put in nomination the following ticket. Township trustees Geo. Welty. Pm Ticeson the peace a. Ii. Booth j. D. In Enick. Assessors old precinct 2 and 6, Chas. A xxx. Corporation Brown. Councilmen a. Grimes j. A. Linn Lawrence Kelly. Cemetery trustees Jacob wish. The county commissioners wrc3tied with the question appointing to infirmary director to i 1 the vacancy caused by the a a a Seckeler for two three Days dung their last week. There it to Appl a cants and All Good men t a Buk i i y their friends. Tin com Nussio 1 is thought that the appointment should go to Fairfield township. There seemed to be a division sentiment in the township As to who Shou d be appointed. Finally a Compromise was Renado 011 Jacol Lebold that township. He is a Good Man and no doubt will fill the office with credit. Or. Auman had a narrow is m is Mattie m a nor and Kata Lau head have Benito Cleveland an i have a Large Stock new goods. Asking the Public to give us a Call at our old stand. Prices bulding new Philadelphia. Potatoes and fruit Trees. Daniel Wysa this placebos for Sale a Large number the Best varieties potatoes. Also fruit Trees and Berry plants. 9.4. Wilfred Barnes son Torney a. Q. Barnes Cadiz died the us March typhoid fever. He was 9ged 24 years and the Only remaining son. One child Only is left a id that a daughter. D r. D. A cent sch. New Philadelphia Ohio. C&96 Over baunder8�?T Barber shop West Hll he Street. M3t office hours�?9 to 12 m. 2 to 4 p. Mand 7 to 9 p. M. Residence East 45yl j. R. Kurtz a agent for Ohio Farmer s insurance company. To. 3 East fair Street a a a a a new pm Tala pklte1a, 0u9 G. Waltz has located in new Penila Delphia. Having the Agency for the we. Deerma amp co., harvesting machinery and Binder twine also various j other farm Templer Nants office and i samples m Jacob Millers rape Hoij a also Lias charge the Jacob Miller Wagon Scales competent wig master will be found Hitre at All times. Apply at office just beyond. He will also h indie Gram and feed. Hw2 wanted to rent 3 4 Small rooms not far from Public Square. No children. Call at tikes office. Lotf secure your tickets for the y. M. \. Entertainment at opera Hume 011 the evening the 2oth Ali s month vocal and instrumental Talent and athletic by fifteen experts Steube Viil. The y. M. 0. A. Of this City i 1 give an entertainment the 25th this month consisting vocal and instrumental music by Home Talent and athletic exhibits by fifteen experts Stu Benville y. M. A admission sue. Opening Spang and summer millinery tried and untried bats. On april 13 amp j4 1893 Call and examine the immense Stock at Mattie Meanor a East High St.,Price building. New Philadelphia. 12.5 we now specially in Vit Ethe Ladi s to come amp see our Spring and summer dress goods As we have just received a very Fine line both in piece and patterns do not fail to see these Good.,. I2w2 John h Kinsey. Judging from the number sheriff sales advertised in the Newa k advocate the Mckiou y is having a bad effect 011 real i state in that county. The duty Wool certainly did not help Licking county Farmers. Now is the time to use get sch a blood and 1/ver syrup. It will purify your blood and relieve you that tired feeling. For Sale at 1 q t 5 Gentschel a drug store. A Plain dealer special says that affianced gave George Reeves thy ree ves Bros. Iron works at Nile a $19,000 in Money and 15 car. S land to move the works from Niles t that place and that a rolling Mill is also to be erected. Revival services will be held each evening this week in the United Brethren Church Cou ducted by Eva g debt Ward assisted by the pastor so g sur vic7 clock. Preaching 7 30. Let everybody come and hear Triem. Rev j. A Brg Noach canal Dover jul occupy the Png pm m the Prei by Terian Church next Sabbath morning. M s. Knox i 1 1 cure foreign i. Sions in the presbyterian Church monday evening at 7� clock. All Are kindly Mvi Ted. Unclaimed letter list f the week ending March 11th 1893 John daily mrs ii do son John butt Ermith Alex me Cowley Margaret Parsons mrs Emaxine Snook mrs a v Wenger Kate trowel Jennie Dallas Frank Gregory Laura Kyser mrs Ike Moore Geo Philips Hiram Weidman John Thomas John judge. On tuesday . George Limbach in pursuance a contract to Behyer ties to the Johnson Street railway company delivered five loads ties Down East Avenue for the Extension. The City authorities had him arrested. Of tuesday night1 some one hauled the ties and throw them Down the Sand Bank below town. This opens the bad and a Lively i go contest will most in fit follow John a. Romans Freeport Harrison county was found guilty forgery recently 111 the Harrison county common pleas court and sentenced to three years in the Ohio Penitentiary. Romans i i Glt 3d fir Lily and it was a Shock to ins friends to learn his conduct. He was a Young married Mau Aud his wife is stricken with s Arrow and shame. Or. M. V. Ream has returned from his visit to Washington d. C., where he went to see the inaugural president Cleveland. He is delighted with h s trip Aud can not speak too highly the elegant manner in who Fie was entertained by fiks old Friend . H. H. Arnold and his accomplished wife. Or. Ream will now be pleased to see his clients at his Law office Corner Public Square. The biggest nuisance modern City life is the Man who stands the Back platform a Street car the Side where must get and off making it a necessity for ladies and gentleman alike to crowd past him. This Lellow is a ays entus in oblivious tothe fact that he not Only hinders the people who Are. Try ing to get past him but delays the car and All the people thereon. The officers Sittig at to be township corporation primaries in old remember that certificates township nominations must be filed with the township Chr and certificates municipal nominal most filed with the my Kipal clerk and the 10th Day p a ceding Thedy election a certified copy All nominations tile m the clerks office must be sent to the Deputy state supervisors elect a a. Cape from death last wednesday night. He was returning from Dover with a team horses which he had bought meeting the Street car near the switch As the car approached the horses frightened and wheeled across the track in front the car. Or. Auman was knocked from his horse and seriously injured. One horse was killed outright. Jacob Getche was Motorman but 1 blame is attached to him so far As we can learn. Or. Auman thought the horses were going to pass the car All right As they Only shied a Little in the opposite direction from the track until the car was quite close when they wheeled suddenly across the track. Or. A Nan is recover aug and will be All r get in a few Days. Going to school. One brother killed Auff another Ifor richly Ami fatally Fra aged. Alliance Ohio March 10�?a sad Accident occurred six Miles East Here this morning by which two Little Brothers name William and Henry Matt Shaw met a frightful late. The lads who were respectively 9 and 7 years age lived near the Pittsburg. It. Wayne and Chicago Railroad and shortly alter 7 clock started Tor school a Mii away walking along the track. They Hai not gone More than 100 Yards from ii Rne when a Wist bound freight struck them. Henry was thrown thirty feet Aud killed outright. older brother William had an Arm and leg broken and received such internal injuries that he cannot get Long. The horrified trainmen tenderly picked up the Little fellow and Weir to their lome. When the Mother saw what he happened to her two Darling her grief was most pitiful to behold and it is feared her mind will give Way under the Shock. Sinks Flats real estate in Beth Carroll to Annie b Douglas 26 100 acres 500 00 s f s Wietzer to Frederick Starn lot33, naw Philadelphia 350 00 s f 8wetzr to Gottfried Ryser lot 76, new pm Ladelphia 650 00 Gottfried Stutz to Mary Mangold lot 33, Dover. 700 00 Mary Lisq Oritis to e u m me Cuan i a e Goshen. 200 00 Edward Jones to Enas Barker -100 acres Wayne. 450 00 Geo w Hill to John w Hill strip land Din son. 1000 00 h ram Williams to Mcclellan Watz s8 100 a Tesfai Ifield. $9 q0 e i g m to we r m Tzg to 41 acres Warwick. 2100 00 Geo w Gowin to John w g it we in acres Mill. 200 00 win bid Well to Chas e Rieser l d 57, Tuscarawas. 1200 00 p Taylor to we b Nus Dorter lot 5, new philae in Phi. 300 00 Frauk amp Iua m Murrell to Joseph Loeb lots 19, 20, Dennison. 115 00 Mary amp win h Jones to Mary g Jones \ acre g Ashen 100 00 f c amp Albert Kuenzli to Maria Kuenzli it Al f a lot 44, new Philadelphia. 1000 00 sheriff Adams we to John Degen 88 38 100 acres Jefferson. 2200 00 Lizibeth Limbaugh to Jos ii sch ally 1058-100 acres Goshen. 375 00 Rose am Smiths Ever to John Strickmaker l get 54,new Philadelphia. 2425 00 Fredk Grubel to John Steiner 11 97-100 acres Auburn 360 00 Henry Hursey to j e Clursey 82 acres Washington. 2050 00 s p Blickens Derfer to Ferdi Nank Houk. 15 acres Warwick 775 00 r l Shoemaker to Henry thesis 9j acres oxford.,.,. 500 00 Maurice Moody to p c c amp St l by co lots 16, 17 13, Dennison. 250 00 sheriff Adams we to Jas m Sondles 235 acres Oxford 4648 37 Horace g r Ker to John nagely Etal 11 60 100 acres Goshen. 1390 0q de Atli gee go pc Kelley. At two clock monday morning George Zweily passed away. For Many years deceased was identified with the interest Massillon. Raring the War he run tip american House and made some Money Beins Worth at one time 130,009. He met with losses in Coal business at Waynesburg and at philae in phia in a hotel. He once owned the old Trimont House calling it the Zemily House and prospered. Losing has wife while there in 8?l a was the Best Street commissioner Massillon Ever had serving two terms with B. Bayliss he took the Tremont House and were together for four years when to left for new Philadelphia losing All Bis Money there in the Sherman hous returning to Massillon he strove hard to retrieve his financial condition but met Only correspondence. Communications from our up Octal representative. Stunk Cleek. Our Friend doctor Parks is the sick list we will him a speedy recovery. The Meese Ore mine is in operation and the Are it quite Happy again. The democrats it it Erson township met last saturday Aad nominated the following ticket. Trait a a. Brownjr. Assessor John Mark Ley. And for treasurer 50a must surely get up Early if you wish to beat Dan Snerley. The Ovelur supper last thursday evening was not very Well attended owing to the inclement y tli3 weather. We noticed . Calvin Kinsey the dry goods merchant Wolls station our streets one Day last week. Or. Jacob Bernhard contemplates moving to canal Dover this week. Or. Henry Haas h is just rect ived p. Number Empire machines also a Binder. Some our boys attended the Wood chopping and dance at m. Deniers last Friday. Rev. Kalbfleisch delivered his Farewell Sermon last sunday he wiil leave this week having accepted a position As pastor at Indianapolis ind. May in. Bounded Success Crown him. Or. Chas. Weller crooked run spent sunday with we. Trogler and family. We to Iii k its hardly fair yet Ern Scholl thinks its Only fun that he should have All the a a ducks and the other boys none. Mountain Billy. New town Council chamber. Whereas the time fixed and limit d for the Tuscarawas electric company to extend its Electr c Street p w from t year As St used above. With repeated failures and at Laa aund a Home at the cps Why mip nary where the poles delivered by . Johnson for the Extension the Street Railroad Wero seemingly a rambling nature As they were found the next morning after being delivered Over the Sand Bank near the River. Somebody is respond ibo course Bui the question is Vic. We think it advisable to make some Effort t it Compromise the differences Between the companies and the town. Raw suits Are expensive and litigation will seriously Cheek the improvement the town and the bulding the new Road. The Johnson de Ciric company began t deliver poles Down East Avenue for the Extension the Street railway Friday last Aud were promptly stopped by the City authorities up the reason that the contract had been rescinded by the Council because not haying complied with the same within the time prescribed. The franchise will doubt-1. Is be awarded to the Mitchener company now and the line will run up East Avenue and e 1st ii go Street to the Public Square. Or. Willis Korns w to is to be the editor the new Republican paper the Tuscarawas Tribune was at Cleveland last week purchasing the material for the Plant. The Tribune publishing co. Is organized under the Ohio Laws and the stockholders Are among our leading citizens. The policy the up it a is to to Stalwart Republican while the pro Jec ors will Hustle for preferment with those holding that Faith. We have Al ways held Broad and Liberal views As to Competition and extend the fraternal hand. The old saying a the survival the fittest a 11 to through our mind and we exclaim the Fidd should be free and open to All. Bolter amp Lytho 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 to pay and you can see just what you Are buy no As we Harry a big Stock finished work. Hts the Public Are Down last High Street Aud i Tat Avenue to the Laue leading to the Coal Bank therefore be it resolved that the franchise and privilege heretofore granted to said come Pany Over said streets has been by said company abandoned and forfeited and its rights Haye expired by limitations and the same is hereby declared by the Council to hive been forfeited for the reason that said company has wholly failed and refused to comply wry the condition be performed by said company r the Resolution was Ungui Moufie adopted. A petition was theft presented and read asking that notice be published in accordance a sep. 25.02 the revised statutes Ohio in vying proposals to construct equip and maintain a single track railway amp a from the corporation Jiae new Phil up East Avenue East High St., to Public Square. Tae motion was carried. Our worthy representative d. A Lambright. Has charge the Bill empowering to i town new Philadelphia to Issue Bonds for sewerage purposes these Bonds Are to be issued As the exigencies the work aft 1 the usual manner issuing binds and the Money to be raised by a general tax. The Bill provide that it Snail be submitted t a vote the people be pro any Bond it Cau be issued and a Rha Jority vote is required the Bill has already passed tie hous1. Sewerage is badly needed in our City not Only to carry off the Surfnee water nut also Tor sanitary purposes. Anch complaint has been made about the manner dealing with the surface water and the Council has found it a tabs flute necessity to provide storm sewers and some Relief in a Sanit try Way also. There is no doubt but what the people will authorize the issuing a part the Bonds the Bill is Yery fair Aud Pius the Power inthe hands th3 people we Hope Lambright will Taok after the Bill in the donate and secure an Early passage there so that the matter can be submitted to the people at an Early Date. Tus. Co. Agricultural society. The body was brought to this City an 1 the funeral wid take place Attwool clock 1 u Day afternoon from the Home B. Bayliss under a ionic auspice. Goshen township democratic primaries the democrats Goshen top up will hold a primary Tor the purpose is. Nominating a township ticket for the ensuing april election at the township House in no v Philadelphia Ohio saturday March 18th 1893, Between the hours 8 and 8 clock p. To. And nominate candidates for the following offices one trustee. One treasurer. One assessor in each the original precincts. By order committee. The democrats new Philadelphia Village will hold a primary election for the purpose nominating a municipal ticket for the ensuing april election at the township House new Philadelphia Ohio saturday March 18, 1893, be tween the hours 3 and 8 clock p. M. Candidates for the following office will be named at said primary three councilmen one cemetery trustee. By order committee. Liat we treat. We understand that Warner Rogers a son have exchanged farms. Alfred will now enjoy Home life by the Public Highway. It is rumoured that t. J. Murphy contemplates moving to Uhrichsville this Spring. Or l. Lamb West Chester has been in our town a few Days he stopped and Sun Dayed with Of. Wood and wife his Way Shqipe. Sparling steel near Freeport was seen wending his Way to his father in Law . Rogers last sunday. He rep its All Well and the Goose hangs High for him next summer As he expects to Cut Stone in the Freeport Quarry. Sparling is a Hustler. Death has again entered our Vicinity and for his prey has Laid his cold hands upon grandmother Roberts four store and eight years. She fad been a Noble woman in tha ranks christianity having served god for seventy five years she became steadfast in Faith and her ia3t hours were hours peace and her spirit the seventh March ascended to the god who gave it. Her remains was interred in the new town cemetery. Rev. Humble officiated. N. Town. Bagel Syilva the to cancers Reading Circle this township Auburn will close its years work saturday evening March 25th, a very interesting program. The Public is cordially invited to attend this meeting. A a program few school Laws Jae Youngen. Central High school a. H. Wyler. Relation parents and teachers. E. Forney. Essays Homo life a Albin Beer. Mental growth Elmer Link. Question resolved that ones Success depends More upon personal friends than his own ability. Affirm a. E. Rausch. Deny a. H. Shepfer. Elmek Link press to. Albin a. Beer Sec a. At a meeting tie Tuscarawas go. Agricultural society the following were elected dirt actors in c. Cable John her Tiger j. J. Evans Jonas Alu e j Moore Eli Van Lehn s. Ridenour P Eckert. Officers for 1893. President a. S Kline Bolivar Ohio. Vice press to Frank Hartline St Rasby a. Secretary. A. W. Strejc canal Dover. Treasurer a. Wentz a a a a sup Trof grounds j. S. Karnes do John Myers new Philadelphia L. Rice canal Dover j. S. Karnes a a a a executive com 1 it tee. The controversy Between Jos. Gordon and p. Eick Warren township will be decided by the Board at the next meeting Friday the Lith March. S. General Beal state office 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 Degrie notary Public and ins. At. If s. Fra use and Uttman treat disc eases As a specially. Those a lingering difficult doubtful character especially solicited. We consult with Aud examine All applicants free charge. If we believe them c arable after an examination we will Tell them so. We give honest opinions. Remember our reputation is at stake and we make and Mai Tiiu our reputation a cures effected under our care and by our treatment. Every Case that we undertake to treat Aad fail to cure is a direct injury to us therefore we must be Pruiett Aud careful. We Tell you what we can do for you and what it wiil Cost you and leave you free to decide for yourselves. I we do not urge persuade you to take our treatment. . France and Ott Man formerly new York now the France and 8>urgleai Institute Columbus Ohio by request Many friends and patients have decided to visit new Phila Relpha March 20. Consultation and examination free and strictly confidential in the private parlor the Sherman mouse from 9 a. M. To g p. M. One Cay Only. S. S. Urfer canal buyer. Or. Mcandreas who was in attendance at the inauguration at Washington returned Home last thursday. Rumor says Dover will soon have another wedding. 8. Stut Almiller our wide awake confectioner treated his rooms to a coat paint inside. Charles Fredosa visited Over sunday with his family at Steubenville. His Young son returned with him. The burglar at big 4 opera House last week was a great attraction. Or. Jno. Schumaker our accomplished Barber 3d St., now stands among the Best his class. The dance Given by the Sykes orchestra was a grand Success. A Large number our theatre Loving people attended the show. A Side tracked a at Philadelphia monday night. It is Cei thinly a very entertain ing play. Joe Klar has repainted and repaired his Butcher shop inside it is a a out sight a now. Or. Fred Kliffe Newcomerstown a former Dover boy was in town Fri Law it. Joseph Feight will have a Public Sale 011 the 22d March. Miss Elora Marks will spend several months with her parents at Dundee. Hu8tler. Prorate court notice is hereby Given that the Fol owing accounts and vouchers executory administrators guardians trustees and Assignee have been tiled 111 the office the judge the probate court Tiiu Caracas county Ohio and will be for hearing Friday april 7th, 1893, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed . Tinal account and vouchers Frederick Oil am administrator the estate Rodney d. Ollam deceased. Final account and vouchers Nath-flr.i-1 rns Chi executor thees Witeof Hugh Russell deceased. Final account and vouchers moves i. Hochst tar administrator the estate Isaac Hochstetler deceased. Final account and vouchers Geo. W. Wood borne executor the estate Edwin s. Woodborne deceased. Third account and vouchers Jacob Reitz guardian Philipena Reitz. First account Aud vouchers Thom As j. Murphy guardian Charles and Lydia Courtright. Final account and vouchers Michael 1�?T. Kohr executor the estate John g. Kohr deceased. Fifth account and vouchers d vivid Limbaugh guardian George c. Limbaugh. Supplemental final account and vouchers Isabel Donahey guardian Amo Jesse Jones. Of final account and vouchers John a. W her Ley administrator the estate Henry Wherrey deceased. Final account and vouchers Christian Meyer guardian John Mcgee an imbecile. Final account and vouchers David Brown guardian Mary Medley. First account and vouchers Joseph Dietz administrator ac., the estate francs putt deceased. Final account and vouchers M. Bailey Adunni stator the estate Lenore Figert deceased. Second account and vouchers Levi m. Knisely trustee under the wiil John b. Read deceased the estates Ida Carnahan Anna alter and Hannah starker. First account and vouchers a. A Nixon and Lyman Swan executors the estate John knotty deceased second account and vouchers John a. Wagner guardian Aaron s. Kepf Fuger final account and vouchers Jacob h Reed guardian Elizabeth Dallas. Fourth account and vouchers Jennie m. Krantz guardian James a. Krautz. Final account and vouchers Henry l. Custer guardian May Winspear. Foal account and vouchers Henry l. Custer guardian Cora Winspear. F fifth account and vouchers Henry l. Cutter guardian Jesse Winspear. Final account and vouchers Hiram Eckian guardian Clifford Everett and third account and vouchers As to James p. Aad Oliver Everett. Sixth account and vouchers William Carnahan guardian Christena Hummell. First account and vouchers Eliza a. Creter and Moses b. Kennedy administrators the estate Morris Creter deceased. Second account and vouchers Eliza Reese guardian Nora m. Angel. Final account and vouchers John They rett administrator the estate ii Beeca j. Cunningham. Filial account and vouchers William 8. Dent executor the estate George Dent As rendered by Theodore d. Neighbor administrator the estate said William s. Dent deceased. Final account and vouchers John Slofman guardian Amelia Miller final account and vouchers John Slotman guardian John Miller. Final account and vouchers Hen in Bowers Assignee Isaiah j. Harris four Fth account and vouchers Daniel Wyss guardian Ann Fuhrer. Third account and vouchers Daniel Wyas. Guardian William f., Charles u. Flora s. Aud Christian Hanenkrat. Third account and vouchers Dan Iel Wyss guardian James h., Thomas a. And Jessie Ripley. Fifth account and vouchers Gotlieb Ladrach guardian Christian Ladrach final account and vouchers David Troendly executor the estate Joseph Troendly deceased. Final account and vouchers James v. Tomer administrator Tho estate Daniel App deceased. First account and vouchers John Kohr it Al executors the estate Michael j. Kohr deceased. Final account and vouchers Annie Cummins administer matrix the estate Timothy Cummins deceased. Final account and vouchers . Hankinson executor the estate Mary a. Johnson deceased. Final account and vouchers John Scott administrator the estate James Scott deceased. Ninth account and vouchers John Baltzley. Administrator with the will annexed Hannah Hensel deceased. Supplemental final account a n d vouchers Thomas b. Baker guardian Luella e., John Daisy m. And Ella b Ker. Final account and vouchers John l. Kennedy administrator de Bonis non the estate Elias Wallick deceased. Supplemental final account and vouchers hurry a. Harger one the administrators the estate Madison Harger deceased. Second account and vouchers John a. Hostetler guardian Nora a John w., Ida a. And Simon Henne. Second account and vouchers John a. Hostetler guardian William Baltzley. Final account and vouchers Frederick Walter guardian John r. Walter. John Mitchell probate judge. March 13,1893. 3w 3f1 -ze�lv�ze3ze3s look out for your feet malaria colds rheumatism and Many bad and wicked disease germs gain Entrance to your system through the holes in your shoes. All this should be stopped done to plow with old shoes . E. R. Parmelee has a big Stock new ones. A tip top Tjioe for Only 90 cents Alsobr Estefa hand pegged Blucher and buckle shoes. They Cost a Little More but Are Good Lor a years Wear. E. R. Parmelee wants your Trade and expects to Merit it by keeping what you want 111 footwear All kinds. Or Parmelee the shoe dealer new Philadelphia East High Street. Ohio. Store room to rent at Midvale. Excellent opening for clothing drug store. Size room 20x27 feet. Inquire R. Parmelee. New Philadelphia Ohio. Natural Rowa hair the head White cures Dandruff Perma Oil gently stops hair falling out. It is natures True grower. Grows moustache and for Sale by if hair whiskers. Price 50 cents. F. Miller amp son. House and lot East Avenue also a Coal Bank and equipments in Good running order 1 Miles from town Good Coal. Inquire Thomas Kerkar new Philadelphia o., times office. Want one the a a Down and balance in reasonable payments. I9tf natural White Oil comes from natures invisible Depths purely a min eral product. Grows hair head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out. Prico 50 cents. For Sale by Miller a son. Of for april 1st, two furnished business rooms after that Date six dwelling rooms in connection therewith. Inquire at times office. 9tf for Sale 1 Ooms a Fine cottage Home 9 lot 66x197 feet Only 2j Square from Public Square Good Cistern cellar and Good fruit for $2,350. Reasonable terms. Inquire 51 8. Moore agent. For male. The Best eighty acres Hill land in Salem township one mile West port Washington nearly All underpaid with three foot vain Coal sixteen acres Good Timber the place. Plenty water House and a Good Orchard. This place will positively be sold at a bargain. For further information. Cali address Emett m. Stockar agent port Washington Ohio. 3tf removal Silver Ash Institute cure alcohol Aud morphine habits from Alliance o., to Salem o., Cor. High and Lundy streets. The management will be in the bunds l. Hooper pres., and Snyder Sec. And treas. No Effort will be spared to make every one comfortable and satisfied who come to the Institute. Our remedies Are sure Safe and scientific and a cure guaranteed. Fred j. Ripple is = agent for new Philadelphia and Cana Dover who will be pleased to give an and All desired information. Hoopes a Snyder. Dec. 29, �?T92. Im3 Hycl Dukk has just received from new York the following scarce shades dress goods Eminence Heliotrope Reseda old Rose and porcelain. The fabrics Are whip Ord bin Amine Poppins velours can ottoman cloths ranging in prices from 50 cents to $1 25 per Yard. We do not ask an Advance in Price notwithstanding the great Scarcity the shades. Position wanted. Wanted by a Young lady to do office work. Goad Penman writes a Quick rapid hand. Operates and owns Densmore machine can also assist with books willing to Start Small salary. Address Box 538, 12tf new Philadelphia Ohio. Our school closed Friday March 10th. In the afternoon both rooms assembled in room no. 2, where the pupils gave a Brief entertainment consisting Sooga recitations amp a. The attendance during the term has been Good. The follow Are names pupils who have neither been absent nor tardy for the month ending March 10th, inst. Jennie Haas Maude Keller Mabel Keller Della Winkler Maggie Merriman Kate Schumaker Della Beans Lizzie Kiser Ella Roenbaugh Loyd read Clarence Haas Claude Roenbaugh Ida Kopp Victoria Kiser Carrie Roenbaugh Frank Roenbaugh Roy , Sandy Winkler. Those who Haye not been tardy Edward Morey George Walton Arthur Walton Clara Morey Lillian Keller Lizzie Wilson. Della Lute Maggie Rine Hart Mary Allen Mabel Allen Sadie Beans Daisy haa3, Nora Kopp Hattie Mcknight Ida Rinehart Lizzie laugh Lin Willie Affolder Harry Haney John Kadi . Earl Lute Willie Rinehart Ernest Rinehart Willie Thompson Albert Lovell Gotha Merman Robert Merri Man Samuel Laughlin Gussie Nuss Dorfer Effie Loughm. Mrs. J. Nolan it Ticac fit is miss Sarah Stocker y Maiu Taok permits. The following marriage licenses have been granted by probate judge Mitchnik John Moore Aura Belle Harbolt. Edward c. Specht Katie a. Miller. We. T. Gannon Marguerite Maloney. John d. Steck Clara Geisinger. S. D. Chaney Mary Weaver. Henry White Susan Reardan. Malt whisky audit malt whisky pure malt whisky for chases Barley digestion. Chases Barley and Rich. Chases Barley weak lungs. Chases Barley malt whisky for purity. A. Bippus a son Eole agents for new Philadelphia. Dru Kenne the liquor habit positively cured by . Hai need Golden spec tile. It is manufactured As a powder which can be Given in a Glass Beer a cup Coffee Tea in food without the knowledge the patient. It is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy euro whether the a amp Lieut is a moderate Drinker n alcoholic wreck. It Das been Given in thousands cases and in every instance a perfect cure has followed. It never Fahs. The system once impregnated with the Cipe Cilc it becomes an utter i rape Ibl Ity for the liquor appetite to sex Lac. Cures guaranteed. 48 Page Book particulars free. Address Golden specific co. Race St., Ohio. Til prevents palsy shocks an Bovi sudden deaths cures nervous prostration. Price $1.00. Pc Sale by Miller amp son. Of Bovi wonder Price $1.00. Son. Purifies the blood will la a foundation in a system constitutionally weak. It is 1 regularity and stamina for Sale by Miller a school for teachers. For the information our forme students and others we announce tha the Spring term a your school Wil open monday april 17th, 1893, am continue eleven weeks. The summer term opens monday july 31et, and continues twelve week it tuition to teachers ten dollars per Lem eighteen dollars for both terms. More Liberal terms will be Given u those who have Neyer taught. We guarantee satisfaction in Ever particular refund paid tuition. Gay it us a trial before going elsewhere. John p. Kuhn Prin. New Philadelphia Normal school Blakes Mills Feb. 27th, 1883. Low i furnished room for rent one Square from Public Square. Apply at time office. Lotf Here we Are right top with new styles baby carriages. Or ing the Best assortment and larg line Tho celebrated Down. Sie Ejier we Are enabled to give \ better prices than anybody e give us a Call Aud convince youre. A. Gintz amp co a new Philadelphia c v

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