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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 23, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times publish a Bukky thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising Medlem in the county books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short Otloe. Your favor sol Icren. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising Rales Saoi. One Inoh. Three inches. Sex inches half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1yy 81 50 82 50 83 00 8 6 00 3 00 6 00 9 00 15 00 4 00 10 00 15 00 25 50 5 00 12 50 25 00 50 00 12 00 30 00 50 00 106 00 business notices ten cents per line volume Viii. New Philadelphia o., thursday March 23, 1893. Number 13. New Philadelph Waties. Samuel Moore editor and propriety myers1 Block second floor North Broadway. New Philadelphia Timss will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following pm rates one ear in Advance.1-00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 4�remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address th9 proprietor. A amp address All matter in tended for publication. To the times. A Complete line embroideries lace amp Chelle curtains carpets amp a. At lowest prices at John h Kinsey a. 12w2 population new Philadelphia 5,000 personal and general. Or. Chas Hamilton last week. Was in our City . Dean Vinton Cleveland spent Sabbath with friends in this City. Go to mrs. Russells hats and bonnets. For your easter 13w3 mrs. John returned to Carrollton wednesday. Her Home in go and hear Ruth the Blind girl Hampton. Of mrs. John Bartles gave a very delightful Tea monday evening. Seats Sale at Halls for y. C. A. Entertainment saturday night next admission 15 and 25c. Miss Kate Welty entertained a Tew friends last week with a a quilting been. Mrs. A. Russell has just returned from Cleveland with an elegant line Spring and summer goods. 13w3 . We. Holt Berlin Holmes Bounty was the guest the Sherman House tuesday. Of is the time to use Gentsch a Bod and layer syrup. It will purify your blood and relieve you that tired feeling. For Sale at 12 t 5 Gentsch a drug store. Potatoes and fruit Trees. Daniel Wyss this place has for Sale a Large number the Best varieties potatoes. Also fruit Trees and Berry plants. 9t4. Opening Spring and summer millinery Trinid and untried hats. On april 13 amp 14 1893. Call and examine the immense Stock at Mattie Meanor a East High St.,Price building. New Philadelphia. 12t5 we now specially invite the ladies 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 goods. 12w2 John h Kinsey. Bio now is the time to use Gentsch a Lood and liver syrup. It will purify your blood Aud relieve you that tired feeling. For Sale at 12 t 5 Gentschel a drug store. Chases Barley malt whisky aids digestion. Chases Barley malt whisky pure and Rich. Chases Barley weak lungs. Chases Barley purity. A. Bippus amp for new Philadelphia. Malt whisky for malt whisky for son sole agents Board room and books at Franklin College new Athens Ohio $2 per week. Term begins april 4. I r 1 Frederick Fulkus dwelling in canal Dover burned to the ground tuesday night. A judge Douthitt wife and daughter spent a few Days in Cleveland last week. Mrs. Philip Baer canal Dover was the guest her Brothers in this City the past week. The Dover news printing Olifice will be removed to a building near the opera House. Miss Carrie Cunningham Connelsville a. Is the guest Florence Dorsey this City. Miss Minnie Wells Wheeling West va., is visiting the family her Uncle . Wells this City. Or. Bert Amos who has been Down at Scio for some time came Home monday a visit to his Mother. Or. And mrs. To. Strickmaker gave a delightful dinner to some their friends in Honor their guest mrs. John Allen. _ . A. Amacher a teacher Ragersville who has just closed his school at Stillwater dropped into our Sanctum saturday when his Way Home. Or. Amacher is a Bright Young Man and a Good teacher. Our first Spring opening april 12, 13 and 14th, to which the ladies Are invited. Mrs. Ada Russell 13w3 East High St. Mrs. B. 0. Schweitzer entertained the Young Peoples whist club at her Home West fair Street thursday evening last. Position wanted. Wanted by a Young lady to do office work. A Good Penman writes a Quick rapid hand. Operates and owns Densmore machine can also assist with books willing to Start Small salary. Address Box 538, i2tf new Philadelphia Ohio. A filler. Beidler March 11th, 1893. The relatives and friends . And mrs. Maurice Keller assembled at their cottage Home to celebrate with them the fifteenth anniversary their marriage. The guests assembled at ten clock and As the gathering was an informal one All Felt free to have a Jolly Good time which they did in being truly sociable until dinner was announced when they All wended their Way to the dining Ball where an elegant dinner awaited them consisting the most Pai Itable delicacies the season which was equal to the tastes the fastidious. Dinner being Over they All repaired to the parlor were entertained by music while some were enjoying themselves viewing the presents which were generally a kind to make the wedding a truly Crystal one consisting Gold ear rings Gold shirt stud Large China fruit dish fancy celery Holder two fancy coloured Cream pitchers one dozen desert dishes fancy water Pitcher one set Silver knives and Forks Silver sugar bowl and spoon one Fine upholstery Rocker one half dozen Gilt edged tumblers Glass Honey dish Glass cake plate Fine Linen hem stitched table cloth handsome hand painted Wall Banner three dozen Fine Glass wine tumblers. Among those present were . And mrs. Beurich Uhrichsville mrs. Sade Kinsey and daughter Gnadenhutten . And mrs. C. E. Cunning . And mrs. George Anderson Tuscarawas Rev. . Greider and wife . And mrs. Harry bar ties . And mrs. Charles Walton . And mrs Eli Lehn miss. Maude Lehn Nin Evah miss. Jennie Cerr Coshocton miss. Sarah Stocker port Washington . And mrs. Horace Hall mrs. R. G. Galbraith . And mrs. B. Wallace mrs. Mattie Gray mrs. Marion read and daughter Pearl new Philadelphia . And mrs. James Warner . Mrs. D. L. Nolan . And mrs. George Calanan miss. Cora Moery mrs. Ben Keller mrs. Ida read . And mrs. J. A. Nolan Beidler. One Wiio was there. Or if you color any carpet rags this Pring use the magic dyes. Large 10 cent packages colors double the usual weight goods. Gentsch a drug store. Mrs. Ada Russell returned from Cleveland and the East Friday where she had been purchasing her Spring Stock millinery goods. Look out for a Fine line soon. We Are a Little crowded for room for local news this week account the commissioners report and any communications that Are left out is account room. We Hope our patrons will Bear with us for this week and ask our correspondents to Send communications for next week. The election Board was in session monday to award contract for election tickets. Editor Pittinger the Dennison paragraph being the lowest bidder was awarded the contract. Or. Pittinger afterwards declined and it was then awarded to the times office. The Cleveland Leader has quite a article in tuesdays daily Tuscarawas county politics. Considerable the matter therein contained is not new to the people this county. The Leader says in the same article that w. H. Mccabe Coshocton was endorsed for Post master at that place. We Hope that such a spirit politics will not prevail m this county it such was the moving spirit in the past. Democrats should be recognized without regard to factions past Quot condition servitude if we want to maintain a United party in the future. For Sale.�?20,000 Hardwood Fence pickets. Enquire at office Spicer manufacturing co., Telephone no. 3, South Broadway. 13w3 . J. L. Kennedy returned from Cincinnati saturday and has accepted the position As manager for Southern Ohio and West Virginia the Manhattan life insurance company. Or. Kennedy is a Hustler in that business. Mrs. Ida Russell has secured a first class City trimmer and will be ready to show a Fine line imported and City trimmed hats and bonnets by the last week in March. Give us a Call. 13 w3 mrs. Anna Belle Hoover entertained a Large number her friends saturday afternoon and evening among the number were mrs. Deis mrs. Mitchell and mrs. Sync maker Dover and mrs. John Allen Carrolton. The following picket was up in nomination in Goshen township and new Philadelphia corporation saturday by the democrats. Town ship. Trustee Leroy Springer trea surer John a. Zeeb justices the peace p. H. Read and j. Ferris assess sort precinct 2 and 6, a. H. Brown 3 and 5, j. S. Minnis 1 Curtis Hill 4, Marion Hoopingarner. Corporation a councilmen a j. King j. Sluthour John Kelly. Cemetery trustee. J. Knisley. This is a Good ticket throughout and it democrats do their duty in the Way hustling out the vote the entire ticket can be elected. Let every Democrat be the Alert. The following is the list grand and Petit jurors drawn for the april term common pleas court grand jurors. Name. Township. Geo. Samuel Fred Conrad Ervin Mckinsey r. Samuel John t. J. j. . Philip Jacob Benjamin Petit j jurors. Henry a. A. David Augustus we. Jacob j. V. Josiah e. D. Nicholas Vincent r. P. Samuel we. d. L. John Adam John David m. B. tkajt8fer3 real Estatio theatrical Amateur. There will be Giyen at Eagle Hall saturday March 25th, 1893, by miss Mamie Dunn assisted by her excellent supports one new Yorkus Day and nightly scenes and other novel features. A highly entertaining entertainment. Do not fail to see this attraction by this troupe amateurs. Doors will open at one clock p. Commence promptly at 2 half past admission 5 cents. Mary Minich to Han n Brady lot 17, Trenton. $265 00 Burtis Beans to Elizabeth Carroll lot 52, Midvale.$900 00 Oliver p. Taylor to John Ashleman lot 6, new Philadelphia.$300 00 Lewis h. Ferguson to Augustus Beyer Etal part loy57, uhrichsville.$2000 00 Harvey wort Daugh to Henry Wolff lot 19, n. C. Town.$450 00 Catharine e. Duncan to Sylvanus f. Sweitzer lot 38, new phila.$850 00 Jacob Ladrach to Daniel Ladrach 190 acres Bucks.$7150 00 Noah j. Troyer to Daniel d. Troyer 2 acres Bucks.$275 09 Sebastian Shane to Eva l. Molesworth lot 9, uhrichsville.$405 00 Louisa and John a Frazier to Frank Lin rank 2 acres gnadenhutten.$70 00 Garver bargains. Have you been told that Cotton goods have advanced in Price Are you not paying More for dry goods than you did last fall if you Are Stop it at once. We can and will sell you Cotton goods cheaper than Ever before. We have made immense purchases for Cash and we simply have a grand assortment merchandise and when we go East to get bargains we generally find them. It takes nerve to buy the Quantity we do but when we can make the Price its All right. Come to our stores and feast your eyes the most magnificent Stock merchandise in old Tuscarawas. New goods in every department and prices new too. 32 Inch chevrons Worth 15c for 83c Yard. These Are elegant dress goods and Are so cheap. Normandie and Heather dress Gingham at 8jc, yes Worth 12jc. Don t fail to see them. Plain seersucker Worth 12�c. Its a shame to sell them at 5c, but we want to show you what we can do. We sell Fine Black satires at 7ic. Ask any merchant what Amos Keag shirting is Worth. If he is posted and tells the truth he will say 12�c. We have 1000 Yards to sell at 8c. Linen crash Worth 9c at 6�c for a flyer. How about muslims our prices lower than Ever before. Heavy unbleached at 5c. Heaviest sheeting Muslin at 6c. Real Good bleached Muslin at 5c, a Yard wide at that 36 inches bleached Muslin no starch at 6c. Our Cali Coes Are Lovely and what a More the prices Are right. One lot indigo blues at 5c. We will sell fancy prints at wholesale prices that is 6�c. It �?T11 be a pleasure Tor you to see our dress goods and it �?T11 be a pleasure for us to show them to you. All the new things for summer Wear. See the magnificent Silks satins and velvets see the Superb satires Glorias cantons some de Lyons Pongee brocades Percale Gingham and tissues. We show Complete lines shades in All the popular styles worsted dress goods and its to your interest to get our prices before you buy your Spring dress. We have Good news for those who need lace curtains. We were offered an immense Quantity at a very Low Price the fact is much lower than they Are Worth in England. We fought for a lower Price and got them so we can sell curtains at what it Cost to make them. Curtains Worth $4, at $2. Curtains Worth $3.50 at $1.75. Curtains Worth $2.00 at $1.00. Curtain poles at 17c, Complete. Blinds Best rollers 19c. Best table Oil cloth 15c. A Yard. 2 Yard wide floor Oil cloth 48c a Yard. 3 pairs 50c overalls $1. Double knee overalls for 63c, cot Donade pants at 75c Worth $1.25. Heavy Wool filled Jean pants at $1, Worth double. 4 pairs 10c heavy Cotton Hose for boys and girls for 25c. A most magnificent assortment hosiery gloves mitts and underwear for Spring and summer better value for less Money than Ever. Every line in our dry goods department is bristling with bargains and you ought to see them. No firm Ever offered the bargains in shoes we do. We Are positive leaders in this line. Our assortment is so Large that we Are compelled to Seli cheaper than Ever to reduce the Stock quickly. Ladies Serge slippers 2sc. Ladies kid Oxford ties 44c. Ladies kid opera slippers 45c. Ladies Patent leather tip oxfords 75c. Ladies genuine Dongola oxfords $1. Red shoes for babies 28c. Red shoes for children 75c. Dongola shoes for children 25c. We have the cutest shoes for the Little ones you Ever saw menus plow shoes solid As a Rock and Worth $1.50f our Price $1. Menus Fine Congress shoes at $1.25, Worth $1.75. Menus Fine Congress shoes at $1.50, Worth $2.00. Menus Fine Kangaroo shoes at $2 woth $3 50. Boys Fine Congress shoes at 63c, Worth $1.25. Boys Fine Button shoes 63c,Worth $1.25. Boys Fine plow shoes $1, Worth $1.50 ladies Patent leather tip shoes at 1.25, 1.50 1.75, 2.00, 2.25 up to $3.50. We have the most stylish assortment ladies shoes and oxfords Ever shown Here. We guarantee our goods and prices. Can you ask More clothing for men boys and children. We can and do sell this class merchandise cheaper than any compe Titor. Why so we Haye practically no expense to handle it. We buy it Tor Cash direct from the manufacturer and we handle the Best clothing made in the u. S. Men suits in easy jumps from $2 50 to $18.00 a suit boys suits in easy jumps from $2.00 to $12.50 a suit. Childrens suits in easy jumps from 75c, to $5.00 a suit. We save you from 10c, to 50c per pair overalls and Jean pants. Magnificent line menus furnishing goods trunks and satchels 5 pairs 10c, socks for 25c. Umbrellas at 50c, each Worth $1.00. Our millinery opening takes place March 31 and april 1st, Friday and saturday. We invite All our lady customers to attend this opening to see styles and get prices. Do you intend buying carpets this Spring. For your own Good done to buy till you have seen us. Our Stock is not Large but that will allow us to sell cheaper than those who have lots Money invested. See gentlemen come and see our hats and Caps. We can please you. House furnishing goods. No 8 Marion Iron Tea kettles 35c, no 8 Marion Iron pots 35c, no 7 Marion skillets 15c, Worth double. Nickle plated Copper Tea kettles 75c, each. Knives and Forks per set 50, 65, 75, 85c and $1.00. Set Tea spoons 4c, table report the Issi Tuscarawas county Ohio for the year commencing september 7, 1891, and ending september 3, 1892. A liter prof. Allender and fifteen Young men the Steubenville association will assist in the y. C. A. Entertainment saturday night March 25. Admission 15 and 25c. Look at your receipt and when your year is out Call and renew and get the times and Farmers Friend both for $1.00. If you Are in arrears pay up and a year in Advance and thereby get both papers. The Ohio Farmers insurance company resumed business tuesday. The company will do business the Cash plan As before. Or. J. R. Kurtz is jubilant Over the news and will go to work immediately to renew the expired policies. The Union veterans Union instituted a Lodge at canal Dover saturday evening last known As no. 55 the u. V. W., with a charter membership 63. Or. Go. Bowers was installed in office As colonel. Being crowded for room this week we can to give the list offices. A. A petition will be presented to Congress at its next session asking for the creation a Road department. The object that department would be to look after the roads the county and provide some Means improvement. We think this a Good movement and if some the useless appropriations were turned in for better roads it would be More beneficial to the general Public. The new Philadelphia water company is furnishing a first class Quality water in All respects and is offering special inducements to persons desiring to introduce it upon their premises this Spring summer. Persons build ing would do Well to get rates and e3 timoted Cost fixture before making other arrangements for water. The company is prepared to furnish cold water during summer Aud a purer Quality than that from any Well in the Village and can also say that there has never been a Case fever in a family who used hydrant water for Domestic purposes. For water rates Cost placing fixtures and terms payment the same inquire at office the company citizens National Bank d. B. Ludwick superintendent new Philadelphia water co 13w3 m. Nargney Etal to Harvey Worts . I bails 4 lot 19, Newcomerstown i 8c, up be Puvar performances n0 8 steel enamelled kettles Stew pots a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 0 ,. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a afro 00 Isaiah Glass to Jason Glass 50 acres goshen.$1 00 Isaiah Glass Etal to Jason Glass 23 78-100 acres.$832 00 Isaiah Glass Etal to Mary j. Glass 47 56 100 acres.$1664 00 Daniel s. Kepl ingerto w. H. Keplinger 167 3-10 acres Dover.$1050 00 Cyrus c. Carrolls sex cry a to Chas. C. Carroll 75 77-100 acres Union.$3409 65 Cyrus c. Carrolls sex cry a to Chas. C. Carroll 69 30-100 acres Union$3032 00 Chas. C. Carroll to Marcus b. Carroll 69 30-100 acres Union.$3007 80 Chas. C. Carroll to Floyd b. Carroll Etal 75 77-100 acres Union.$3409 65 Kate e. And w. R. Eckfeld to Annie a. Cooper lot 301, uhrichsville.$1050 00 a Litile no better comedy company than he s. Cawthrone a comedy cherubs in Quot Little Nugget a has Ever visited our City the entire party have always Given the Best satisfaction Here and have always been greeted by Large and delighted audiences. The play and players Are both funny Yery very funny. The music both vocal and instrumental is excellent and tie singing and dancing splendid. The comedian Herbert Cawthorn As Barney Brady with the excellent supporting company artists win keep the audience in a continual laughter screams More properly speaking. The patrons and Foyers farce comedy can rest assured being Given a rare treat at the opera House monday evening april 3, 1893. Lie port Strasburg schools. Primary department. Enrolled boys 23 girls 13 total,36. Daily attendance 32. Present each Day Walter and Willie Gossage Groyer Haas Otto Heid Harvey Koontz Herbert and John Miller Albert and Charley Saam Allan Stanbarger John Stilli Arlie Kemp Willie Garber Pearly Tusky and Viola aul Mela Saam Myrtle Tasker and Nora Leo flier. John a. Becker teacher. High school. Enrolled boys 11 girls 8 total 19. Daily attendance 17. Present each Day Lillie and Ida Schneider Katie Leoffler Lola Shutt we. J. Coulter Janies and Howard Stanbarger Curtis Hart line Chas. Wallick and Martin Mizer. Visitors Maxie Garber Strasburg. The pupils the High school Are preparing to give a grand entertainment saturday evening april 8th. 1893. Proceeds to Purchase needed apparatus for our school room. Everybody come and enjoy a grand feast Good things. Mcc. Heminger teacher. And sauce pans 75c, Worth double Coffee Mills 25,38 and 60c, Tor the finest. $2.65 for Rogers Silver knives and Forks. Are you taking advantage our Low prices in groceries. Syrup best25c, Gal w. Oil 7c, Gal. California dried grapes 5c per Pound. Fine Cut tobacco 25c, per Pound. Lima Beans 5c, per Pound. Rice 5c, per Pound. Salmon 2 cans 25c, White Cloud soap 5c, smok ing tobacco 12c, Large package Judsena 5c. Drugs buy them Here. We make the lowest Price. All Patent medicines at Cut rates. Sulphur 3c per Pound. Horse powder 10c, for 1 Pound package. Copperas 2c, per Pound. Epsom salts 3c, per Pound. Note our prices. Hardware we can mention Only a few the Many bargains we Haye to offer. Carpenters adze 40c, axes All sizes 50c, tack hammers 3c, All Iron $ Inch Corner chisels 10c, bit braces 10c, Keyhole saw. 15c, pruning saws 45c, 8 Inch Mill saw file 8c, 3 Corner file 3c, and 4c, double Ender files 5c, solid brass pad locks 20, and 25c, carpenters pencils la each 14 inc Lawn mowers at $3.00. Pruning shears 25c, each. Farmers wire nails $1.50 per Keg 240 Pound scale $2.50. Long handled shovel 25c, door locks 10c, hinges 5c, 3 prong Hay Fork 20c. Best socket Hoe 15c, slightly rusted. 4 prong Hay Fork 32c, spading Fork 50c. We solicit your Trade because we can Saye you Money. To be honest with yourself have we not done More to reduce prices than any other firm and we Are not done yet. But friends we ought to have your substantial encouragement. Yours for business Garver Bros. Amp co. Monday september 7,189l regular session. Members All present. The following Bills and claims were allowed Frank Rehard livery hire for county commissioners. A. L. Carman livery hire for county commissioners. Ripley amp Poland Stone approaches Rush township. O. H. Hoover Road Survey in Oxford township. We. Johnston Stone approaches in Rush township. 8amuel Moore printing for county officers. John Huffman addition to abutments in Bucks township. John wherly abutments for Bridges in Warwick and Rush townships w. S. Page part pay for Arch Culvert Warwick township. Fred Wasem four abutments in Sugarcreek township. A. L. Bartholow abutments in Oxford township. Arch Casteel Box Culvert in Jefferson township. A. S. Sheets fills in Salem and fills and rip rap in Oxford township. Arch Casteel addition to Culvert in Salem township. Salem Gray approaches in Perry township. Jos. Caples planking Bridge in Mill township. John Markley approaches in Jefferson township. Emerson commissioners fees. A. Graef sheep killed. Jas. Simmers sheep killed. John Wenger sheep killed. Emeline couts sheep killed. C. S. Longsworth sheep killed. We. Wallace sheep killed. We. Hill Road report viewers being favourable was read the first time. Thos. C. Mcadoo Road report viewers being favourable was read the first time. Samson Brooks Road viewers and Surveyor a pointed. Annexing contiguous territory to new Philadelphia corporation november 13th, 1891, set for hearing. Annexing contiguous territory to canal Dover corporation november 14th, 1891, set for hearing. Tuesday september 8,1891. Members All present. We. Hill Road viewers report read second time. Thos. C. Mcadoo Road viewers report read second time George w. Mulvane Road alteration viewers and Surveyor appointed. Claims allowed we. John sheep killed. Lewis Geckler in Mary directors fees. J. Porter infirmary directors fees. K. B. Westhafer commissioners fees. Oscar Kirby approaches in Washington township. O. Jensen part pay Fres coing court House. J. F. Clark replanting Bridge in Union township. Aaron Delong Protection Fence Oxford township. J. L. Balwin. Justices fees. T. Stevens constables fees. De. Stevens assistant constables fees. Leroy Mcgregor mayors fees. Lemuel Hamilton marshals fees. Daniel Sweaney marshals fees. J. K. Barr mayors fees. We. Wilkin marshals fees. C. H. Loper assistant marshals fees g. Oesch replanting two Bridges 8ugarcreek township. Adam Miller county commissioner per diem mileage Etc., August 1891. Wednesday september 9,1891. Members All present. We. Hill Road report viewers read for third time. Final action deterred to september 21,1891. Thomas c. Mcadoo Road report viewers read for the third time. Final action deferred to september 22, 1891. Examined report infirmary directors. Claims allowed Chas. J. Horning sheep killed. E. Alexander clothing for prisoners the Light heat amp Power company Gas for court House and jail for july and August 1891c. J. Kinsey convey log tax notice to j. Vanhorn Salem township. J. C. Donahey clerks fees. S. Slade lumber and work Salem township. Trustees Salem Tow shop repairing port Washington swing Ridge. S. Nabor nigh watch. John Eckert shoes for prisoners. S. Moore publishing notices. Auditor to publish annual exhibit. Auditor to make commissioners report. Thursday september to 1891. 8 7 00 14 50 40 00 16 00 66 00 17 0 71 62 141 96 150 00 118 91 62 05 55 78 120 00 32 16 50 00 18 54 20 00 123 95 19 20 37 20 11 40 35 00 43 20 150 55 marriage permits. The following marriage licenses have been granted by probate judge mite Helk Albert m. Dorsey Jennie e. Haver Elmer e. Scovill Zura e. May. John Henderson Alice Healea. Richard n. Plunkett Esther l. Miller. We. L. Bell Margaret Thomas. Alexander a. Miller to Elma Baker. Go and hear Ruth the Blind girl Hampton it 21 00 82 50 73 55 127 00 94 60 500 00 13 62 12 00 4 75 13 85 1 50 11 55 12 25 4 90 2 20 13 35 1 50 47 61 132 65 9 20 15 80 67 80 2 80 142 13 20 28 19 00 20 00 4 60 6 75 members All present. Settlement with county treasurer completed balance in Bis hands 845,342.91. Reports prosecuting attorney sheriff and clerk examined and approved. Reports fees and salaries officers examined and approved. Claims allowed Daniel Korns postage Stamps Etc. C. 0. Miller taxes refunded. Short amp Foreman mortgage record. The Troup manufacturing company stationery. Siebert amp Lilley Book and stationery for county offices. A. Martin material for clerk. J. V. Tomer justices fees. J. Jennelis constables fees. Frank unsold assistant constables fees. E. S. Souers justices fees. We. G. Frew constables fees. Carter Dan smoke amp company in stands Etc. We. Shryoch fills in Sugarcreek township.-. H. J. Berger taxes refunded. C. Jensen part pay for Fres coing court House. Visited county Jall transferred 84,000 from infirmary to children a Home fund. Board agreed together with H. Hoover As Engineer to View the ditch petitioned for by e. S. Slingluff september 24, 1891. Claims allowed Joseph born fills in Warwick township. S. Page balance in full Arch Culvert in Warwick township. To d. Healea and others for vacating part state Road continued to next regular session. Monday september 21,189l members All present. We. Hill Road granted conditions. Jane Kennedy gave notice Appeal in matter Hill Road. 8�09 Reward offered for party burning Saltwell Bridge. Tuesday september 22, 1891. Thos. C. Mcadoo Road not granted. Rented room under court House Steps to a. C. Kurtz at $1.50 per Mouth. 30 87 3 82 19 50 6 00 16 35 4 01 3 70 5 50 3 00 2 95 2 80 6 00 27 99 9 78 250 00 68 00 189 19 monday october 5,189l members All present. Claims allowed Siebert amp Lillie books Aud stationery for county offices. 26 70 Robert Clark amp co., books for probate office. 7 50 a. Martin Vanadium ribbons for clerk. 6 00 Short amp Forman Blanks for probate office. 8 50 f. C. Irvine printing. 6 75 the Central Ohio paper co., Blanks Etc. 40 18 Carter amp Dinsmore mucilage .4 00 James Congleton brooms. 6 00 h. Carnahan hauling. 3 75 John w. Kinsey telegrams and appraising railroads 1891. 120 10 d. Korns postage Etc. 74 00 John Gadd addition to Culvert Oxford township. 60 90 Benj. Reichman planking Bridge Warwick township. 10 17 John Bridge in Warwick township. 27 22 Adam Froelich Protection &c., in Bucks township. 7 80 Fred Wasem abutments in Bucks township. 27 10 John Stahl planking Bridge and approaches Rush township .59 72 David Williams balance Protection Wall Oxford township. 13 20 H. Hoover examining record and state Road in Warwick township 8 00 s. Mccoy rip rap Wall and approaches Oxford township .25 00 Adam Stocker planking two Bridges Salem township. % 27 79 0. H. Mathews fees soldiers Relief committee. 15 00 c. Dels fees soldiers Relief committee. 15 00 l. Hardman fees soldiers Relief committee. 15 00 Jacob Burtscher setting grates amp a. Court House. 29 65 Samuel Moore printing county officers. 69 75 the Light heat and Power company Gas for court House and jail .47 55 j. E Humrighouse burial indigent Soldier. 35 00 we. Mccollum and sons burial indigent Soldier. 35 00 p. H. Read justices fees. 5 60 a. F. Gates special Constable fees. 4 00 e. B. Westhafer commissioners fees 121 15 w. Emerson commissioners fees .107 60 a. Miller commissioners fees .112 10 h. H. Scheu livery hire commissioners. 48 50 Samuel Moore printing. 4 75 h. Hoover to establish line Road in Warwick township. O. H. Hoover to establish line roads in Franklin township. Appointed adv sary Board for children a Home. Claims allowed. Geo. Limbach re planking Bridge Dover township. 29 92 c. Jensen part pay Fres coing court House. 300 00 h. T. My Nils indexing deeds .32 30 Peter Goeler subpoena Long witnesses boarding prisoners amp a. 203 42 thursday october 22, 1891. Members All present. Claims allowed h. T. Minnis per diem and expenses 42 60 James Rosenberry approaches to Bridge Dover township. 30 00 Sehl Bros., part pay painting Woodwork court House. 100 00 h. Warden re planking River Bridge Clay township and Bridge in Mill township. 393 18 c. Jensen balance Fres coing court House. 702 50 let contract t rebuild Saltwell Bridge at 821 per Lineal foot. November 2,1891. Members All present. Claims allowed Geo. Limbach repairing Bridge Dover township. 7 16 Samuel Moore printing for county officers. 12 75 g. Amherst Protection Wall &c., Bridge in Franklin township .8 15 John Wehrli abutments Perry township. 41 58 Joseph born approaches to Culvert Warwick township. 12 75 Nicholas Lorenz rebuilding abutments in Salem township. 33 00 Sampson Lennels rebuilding abutments and re planking Bridge Lawrence township. 50 97 John Kughler abutments and approaches Jefferson township .37 20 Peter Schupp approaches in Warwick township. 9 90 me. Wardell abutments fills &c., Franklin township. 254 43 h. D. Roby sewer pipe fill &c., Union township. 41 00 j. Browning Protection Stone Oxford township. 88 74 Jackson rusher part pay driving piling. 375 00 Samuel Meyer Cuttle g Channel in River. Clay township. 80 50 John nagely amp sons flooring and door frames court House. 41 85 s. Sheets part pay removing butt ments at lock port. 3125 l. J. Decker repairing approaches Salem township. 44 10 John Miller 152 piles Oxford township. 190 09 Sehl Bros., part pay painting Wood work court House a. 100 00 n. B. Wise approaches Bucks township. 7 00 Thos. Rainsberger approaches Union township. 10 00 Samuel Moore printing. 20 50 s. R. Minnig printing &c.,. 97 25 Jacob Eckert sharpening Lawn Mower. 1 50 d. C. Gentsch medical Aid to prisoners. 5 95 b. Coleman burial indigent Soldier. 35 00 e. B. Westhafer commissioners fees 115 60 w. Emerson commissioners fees. 150 35 John Paul part pay Stone work lock port. 500 00 wednesday november 4,1891. Members All present. Claims allowed f. C. Irvine printing. 37 53 Adam Miller commissioners fees. 127 15 Ozias Delong infirmary directors fees. 79 15 Jas. S. Minnis burial indigent Soldier. 35 00 Robert Harris taxes refunded .1 00 Iron Valley reporter printing notice 12 50 e. R. Parmelee cat pet slippers .45 the Akron printing and publishing company record for clerk .7 50 the Barrett publishing company lever press Seal Etc. 6 75 the b. F. Wade company Book and stationery for county officers .7150 Johnson amp Watson record. 12 00 f. C. Irvine publishing sheriffs proclamation Etc. 73 00 s. S. Urfer ticking Etc. 2 62 h. N. Centoben part pay replanting four Bridges Franklin township. 50 00 j. L. Mcllvain printing. 79 25 John Meinhart part pay for repairing court House front. 250 00 w. S. Page abutments in Union township. 99 94 Siebert amp Lillie books and stationery for county offices. 25 25 Simon f. Hensel Coal for court Bouse and jail. 22 94 Uhrich amp Sproul livery hire. 4 00 John w. Kinsey placing descriptions Road abstracts for 1890 1891230 00 John Meinhart part pay for repairing court House front. 500 00 s. H. W Eaver approaches and Protection Rush township. 176 50 Friday november 13,189l members All present. Annexation territory to new Philadelphia postponed to regular session in december 189l saturday november 14,189l members All present. Annexation territory to canal Dover postponed to regular session in december 189l monday december 7,189l regular session. Members All present. Horace g. Riker Road viewers and Surveyor appointed. Sampson Brooks Road viewers report in favor to establish said Road read the first time. George w. Mulvane Road alteration viewers report in favor alteration read for the first time. February 13, 1892, was set for hearing annexing contiguous territory to Mineral City. Claims allowed Jacob Jentes bookshelf. Jackson rasher balance for driving piling. John Browning Protection to piling Samuel Meyer and others piling and Protection. G. Armbrest making ditch in Dover township. S. A. Dunlap re planking Bridge Perry township. L Crist protecting Zoar Bridge. John Meinhart balance for repairing front court House. T. A Murphy approaches and replanting Bridge Perry township e. Forney rebuilding Bridge. Joseph almshouse Guardrail Long Dover township. E. G. Waltz abutments in Warren township. Lewis a. Packer sheep killed. Joseph b. Casebeer sheep killed. Thos. Carruthers sheep killed. J. H. Butler sheep killed. Jacob Owen sheep killed. Aaron Lyons sheep killed. A. Shipton sheep killed. L. D. Work sheep killed. J. B. Fowler sheep killed. L. L. Dunlavy sheep killed. 8. L. Wilcoxen sheep killed. C. B. Hoopengarner sheep killed James Allison sheep killed. Francis Fowler sheep killed. A. B. Milligan sheep killed. Tuesday december 8,1891. Members All present. Thos. 0. Mcadoo Road viewers and Surveyor appointed. Sampson Brook s Road viewers report read for second time. George w. Mulvane Road alteration viewers report read second time. Claims allowed Johnson amp Watson books and stationery. The Barret publishing company books and stationery. The b. F. Wade company books and stationery. J. J. Evans approaches in Union township. A. A. Albaugh planking Bridge Union township. John Paul balance for stonework Lockport Bridge. John Price planking Bridges in Oxford and Salem townships. James g. Patrick Legal services a m. Moody taxes refunded. J. Porter infirmary directors fees. Emerson commissioners fees. Adam Miller commissioners fees. E. B. Westhafer commissioners fees George Mosher sheep killed. Tnomas Livingston sheep killed. J. C. Patterson step killed. S. A. Weaver sheep killed. John Wolf sheep killed. Wednesday december 9,189l members All present. P. J. Petry Road alteration viewers and Surveyor appointed. Sampson Brooks Road viewers report read the third time and Road granted certain conditions. G. Mulvane Road alteration viewers report read the third time and the alteration granted certain conditions. Claims allowed h. N. Centoben replanting Bridges in Franklin township. Parr amp Kelley shoes for prisoners. A. Glitz amp co., bed for jail amp a. S. F. Hensel Coal. Josiah Wardell abutments and approaches in Mill township. N. Miller Stone work at jail. Samuel Moore Blanks for county officers. O. H. Hoover services to commas stoners. A. L. Carman livery hire. S. Sheets part pay abutments Clay township. Sehl Bros., balance painting court House. Wenz Sharp amp company repairing Bridge Dover township. Chas. Schug sheep killed. John j. Knecht sheep killed. Thursday december 10, 1891. Members All present. T. D. Healea state Road vacation granted. Line Road As established by Hoover to be henceforth the True course. Claims allowed the Light heat and Power company Gas for court House and jail. L. Zellner amp sons repairing material. Etc. Mcllvain and Thompson repairing wheelbarrow. Goudy and Eckert livery hire. John w. Kinsey trip to Columbus. Robert Clark amp co., sub. Statute no. 2woodrow Baldwin amp co., Ink. J. P. Logar repairs at court House. John c Donahey clerks fees. Wise amp Zeeb brushes Etc. Peter Goeler boarding prisoners amp a. D. Korns postage Stamps Etc. J. L. Mcllvain printing notices. F. C. Irvine printing notices amp a. Same a r Man neg printing notice. Adam Timerman justices fees. R. S. Harding constables fees. R. Crater mayors fees. We. Tidrick marshals fees. T. B. Rankin justices fees. We. J. Mahaffey constables fees. H. H. Porter mayors fees. A. H. Demuth marshals fees. Sylvester sheets Stone work in Clay township. Or Hurlit Iron Bridge company part Saltwell Lockport and lock 17 Bridges. Lewis Geckler infirmary directors fees. H. Wardell lumber for breakwater Clay township. 3 00 255 00 33 50 86 34 160 00 8 71 31 25 1300 00 18 83 53 00 24 00 199 33 14 00 11 05 7 50 11 50 18 00 46 25 24 00 14 00 28 80 21 25 28 10 57 60 78 50 22 50 10 00 12 00 38 50 184 50 195 00 69 85 8 75 58 00 44 50 23 30 208 04 332 30 600 00 25 44 98 55 112 20 111 20 110 60 61 05 16 90 20 00 22 00 25 00 d 65 28 3 co 4 85 44 31 130 17 3 50 25 00 43 00 9 50 12 60 60 00 25 67 8 00 39 30 65 25 100 64 1 50 1 50 14 25 1 25 6 15 7 06 109 32 7 86 165 90 29 83 49 00 33 00 28 00 3 00 8 00 3 15 4 00 2 85 7 00 3 65 10 95 186 45 2700 00 94 30 35 26 Friday december 11, 1891. Members All present. Annexation contiguous territory to new Philadelphia granted a. T. Ready and Dorothea Bunch gave notice Appeal from decision. Annexation contiguous territory to Dover granted. Geo. Crater it Al gave notice Appeal from decision. Friday december 15,189l members All present. Made arrangements with proper authorities to open and shut swing Bridge across canal at Lockport. Monday january 4, 1892. Members All present. Wesley Emerson entered upon his second term As county commissioner. Westhafer became president the Board. Claims allowed we. Adams gave his Bond As sheriff which was approved. D. 0. Gentsch medical Aid to prisoners. J. Steinbach and son repairing shoes for prisoners. Sharp Bros., castings. Amp a. Henry Shank taxes refunded. L. Hardman services soldiers Relief committee. C. Dels services soldiers Relief committee. C. H. Mathews services soldiers Relief committee. Val Essen scaled approaches to Culvert Dover township. H. T. My Nils indexing deeds. O. H. Hoover locating ditch Dover township. S. Rufer repairs at jail. The Light heat and Power company Gas for court House and jail. J. V. Hicks and sons burial indigent Soldier. C. F. Baker insurance county buildings. A. D. Dudley cleaning locks. Samuel Moore Blanks Etc. J. L. Mcllvain publishing treasurers tax Otloe Etc. F. 0. Irvine publishing treasurers tax notice Etc. Tuesday january 5, 1892. Members All present. Claims allowed Peter Goeler boarding prisoners amp a. 86 24 Wesley fees ill 10 e. B. Westhafer commissioners fees 114 45 a. Miller commissioners fees .128 35 the Deis Bissman amp Kurtz company bookcases amp a. 716 10 s. F. Hensel Coal for court House and jail. 62 95 8. R. Man neg publishing treasurers tax notice. 184 50 John h. Kinsey Oil cloth and matting. 7 25 Sleber Elfis Lillie books and stationery for offices. 123 65 the Troup manufacturing company Cost Bills. 1 75 the Barrett publishing company Blanks and stationery. 15 15 Robert Clark amp co. Constable guide 9 75 the b. F. Wade company books and stationery for county offices. 390 00 Josiah Wardell planking Bridge in Mill township. 29 08 Friday january 15, 1892. Members All present. Andrew Patrick Esq a appointed trustee children a Home instead a. T. Ready deceased. Monday february 1, 1892. Members All present Lewis Geckler gave his Bond As infirmary director which was approved. Report trustees children a Home examined and approved publishing county coramis3 loners report awarded to the times advocate and Beo Zachter. February 11, 1892, was set for hearing As to additional school facilities in Barnhill school District. O. In Hoover ordered to transcribe original Field notes. John a. Himes ordered to examine general Index made by Neuman sex recorder. Insurance Blocktown and Trenton River Bridges ordered to be taken. Claims allowed Knisely Cement Etc. 10 25 Frank Miller and others work Lockport Bridge. 6 25 we. Heldy and others work Lockport Bridge pier Etc. 30 25 wrought Iron Bridge company part pay Lockport Bridge. 127 89 h. P. Fribley. Hardware Etc. 24 19 P. Taylor amp son Lawn Mower Etc 13 kit A. Craigo conveying h. R. Ripley 1 50 s. F. Hensel Coal. 54 57 John w. Kinsey freight Etc .9 46 trustees Lawrence town help planking Bridge in said township. 19 24 H. Hoover plat Somerdale to 00 Jos. Loeb insurance county buildings. 185 00 John a. Himes examining general Index. 6 00 the Light heat and Power company Gas for court House and jail. 69 60 j. Porter infirmary directors fees. 60 00 Samuel Moore fifty bar dockets ____55 00 f. C. Irvine printing Blanks Etc ____10 25 Valentine Wenz and others taxes refunded.�?�. 21 89 e. B. Westhafer commissioners fees 122 55 Adam Miller commissioners fees. 118 65 a m. Martin typewriting material. 12 the Barrett publishing company Blanks Etc. 7 50 Johnson amp Watson 450 certified results ballot. 13 50 e. G. Waltz guardrails Warren township. 12 00 John Syler approaches in Bucks township. 23 50 Johnson amp Watson Blanks Etc .35 35 m. E. Wells Wall paper for jail .7 92 Schenk amp Compton papering jail. 11 85 b. D. Downey livery hire for commissioners. 2 00 thursday february 11. 1892. Members All present. Proceedings in regard to Barnhill school District were deemed out commissioners jurisdiction. Saturday february 13,1892, members All present. Annexation contiguous territory to Mineral City was granted. Monday March 7, 1892. Regular session. Members All present. Fredrick Wodder Road alteration viewers and Surveyor appointed. Peter j. Petry Road alteration was not granted. H. G. Raker Road alteration was not granted. Thomas c. Mcadoo Road viewers report in favor Road read the first time. Claims allowed Frank Fowler sheep killed. 29 30 j. Renshaw a a a a 14 00 s. T Naylor a a a a 23 30 Jacob Welty a a a a 76 35 j. F. Wei hand a a Quot 77 00 h. D. Steel a a a a 10 50 John a. Ulmes comparing neumans Index. 21 75 f. P. Eckert livery hire. 4 00 wrought Iron Bridge company part pay Lockport and Saltwell Bridges. 6000 00 g. Armbrest placing Stone line Road Franklin township 17 00 n. Miller stonework Lockport Bridge. 5 00 the Light heat amp Power company Gas for court House Aud. 70 84 John Price lumber. Lock 17 Bridge. 44 73 Dover fire Brick company paving blocks Etc. 5 00 Samuel Moore publishing commissioners report Etc. 128 85 j. L. Mcllvain publishing commissioners report. 125 00 barges Bros., re planking Bridges in Dover township. 41 37 Jacob Leiser taxes refunded .6 82 tuesday March 8th, 1892. Members All present. Thos. C. Mcadoo Road viewers report read the second time. Ii. G Riker Road alteration viewers and Surveyor appointed. Claims allowed ii Della an pens. 812 00 Joseph Loeb insurance Trenton River Bridge. 92 50 Johnson amp Watson books and stationery. 55 50 de Lehn taxes refunded .2 43 Mcelroy k Linn carpet sweeper. 3 50 8 f Hensel Coal. 79 50 f c Irvine printing and Blanks for county officers. 40 50 a Mccullough sheep killed. 64 00 Geo Galbraith same. 14 00 w ii Turner same. 6 50 wednesday March 9th, 1892 members All present. Thos c Mcadoo Road viewers report read the third time postponed to March 15th, 1892. Claims allowed John c. Donahey clerk s fees .195 20 w i priest Type writing material .7 75 the Barrett pub co electro plate .2 00 the Light heat and Power co. Gas for courthouse and jail. 58 05 Rebecca Sproull sheep killed .13 00 j w Coventry same. 10 35 Wesley Emerson commission s fees 227 20 e b Westhafer sane. U0 75 John Malone Justice s fees. 3 00 d j Thompson constables fees .7 00 John Malone mayors fees. 13 00 t n Mills marshals fees. 22 55 Ferd l Brinkman Justice a fees .2 60 John Sumetz constables fees is 00 w m Tracy justices fees. 2 00 r f Gardner mayors fees. 6 15 Thomas Walker marshal s fees .34 40 c d Penlick justices fees. 2 10 John Mowl Constable and ass fees 2 30 d Barclay mayors fees .3 30 Leroy Mcgregor mayors fees .15 00 Lem Hamilton marshals fees .30 50 thursday March 10th, 1892. Members All present claims allowed continued 4th Page look out for Vou 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 shoe for Only 90 cents also Brewster a hand pegged Blucher and buckle shoes. They Cost a Little More but Are Good for a years Wear. E. R. Parmelee wants your Trade and expects to Merit it by keeping what you want in footwear All kinds. Or Parmelee the shoe dealer new Philadelphia Ohio. East High Street. Business directory. Re opened. The Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk. 11 it May Fine bar and House newly 9 a furnished feed stable in connection. 39yl . S. Vail dentist if face in City Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Hender3hot. A a a office and Roods North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. C. Ellis architect. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway new Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl r. P. H. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. F 8 to 10 a. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. .7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a Tel $2.00 per Day. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl r. D. A Gentsch. # new Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over Saunders Barber shop West High Street. A a a office hours�?9 to 12 m. 2 to 4 p. M., and 7 to 9 p. Residence East a 45yl j. R. Kurtz a agent for Ohio Farmer s insurance company. No. 3 East fair Street a new Philadelphia Ohio store room to rent at Midvale. Excellent opening for clothing drug store. Size room 20x27 feet. Inquire e. R. Parmelee. New Philadelphia Ohio. Natural grows hair the head White cures Dandruff Perma Oil gently stops hair falling out. It is natures True hair grower. Grows moustache and whiskers. Price 50 cents. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Of for april 1st, two furnished business rooms after that Date six dwelling rooms in connection therewith. Inquire at times office. 9tf a natural White Oil comes from natures invisible Depths purely a min eral product. Grows hair head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out. Price 50 cents. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Of 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 hands l. Hoopes pres., and C. 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 our agent for new Philadelphia and canal Dover who will be pleased to give any and All desired information. Hoopes amp Snyder. Dec. 29, �?T92. Im3 prevents palsy shocks and Bovi sudden deaths cures nervous prostration. Price $1.00. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Of Bovi purifies the blood will Lay a foundation in a system constitutionally weak. It is a wonder regularity and stamina. Price $1.00. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Of furnished room for rent one Square from Public Square. Apply at times office. Lotf 16 95 3 35 3 76 3 81 15 00 15 00 15 00 6 70 37 80 25 00 5 00 54 30 35 00 92 50 now is the time to get a pretty dress at John h Kinsey a. 12w2 for a Nice full sized baby Carriage for $4.24 at a. Gintz amp co. Wanted to rent 3 4 Small rooms not far from Public Square. No children. Call at times office. Lotf Dru Kenneh thu liquor habit Post timely cured by administering . Haines Golden spec tile. It is manufactured As a powder which Oan 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 cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker n alcoholic wreck. It has been Given in thousands cases and in every instance a perfect cure has followed. It never fails. The system once impregnated with the specific it becomes an utter impossibility for the liquor appetite to exist. Cures guaranteed. 48 Page Book particulars free. Address Golden specific co. A Ace St. Cincinnati Ohio. 7yl

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