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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 29, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. A a a remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Volume Philadelphia Ohio thursday March 29, 1894. Number 14. 03 it Avia i comment local melange. Every democratic vote should he East next monday. Done to neglect Vover a nov As a citizen. Republicans think they have tie democratic party turned Down for Good. Now is the time to show them that the old democratic ship can right herself. This is a local election and it is to the interest of every one to choose Good men to legislate for our town. Took at our candidates for Council and vote for your own interests. The appointment of Jen. A. V. Rice of Ottawa Ohio for state pension agent is a Good one. Jen. Rice lost a leg on the Battle Field and is a entitled to recognition. He is also 4in honorable and upright gentleman. Just two hours after Prendegast was Given a new lease of life a Crank of his ilk turns up in san Francisco 4ind deliberately shoots a cashier in a prominent Bank from which he died. California Justice will give that Crank a Short shrift insane or not. Democrats of Goshen township 4ind new Philadelphia corporation will please remember that next monday is election Day. Every Democrat should arranged his business so As to go to the polls and vote. Now is the time we should show our strength. Get out every vote. Senator Colquit of Georgia and a prominent citizen died of paralysis monday. He was a prominent figure in Georgia politics. His father lie fore him was u. S. Senator in the fifties. The governor will fill the vacancy. Speaker Crisp will doubtless he the Man to take his place. The Republican commissioners of j bankrupt Columbiana county Are having a Row. A Hill has been introduced in the legislature to put them on a salary. They object to having i that done unless the salary is fixed at $1,800 per year. There is nothing stingy about those Fellows. Democrats if you want to he sure that your vote will be counted put a Mark in the right place the Circle j if you vote a straight ticket. Many j votes Are lost by marking. If any Republican wants to vote for a Man on the democratic ticket put a Mark just to the left of his name. Take i your time to it and vote right. Beer checks Cut quite a figure in the Republican primary at Cleveland and a number of members of that party Are sorely disgruntled in the manner they were used. Democrats Are not the Only ones who love Beer but democrats never went so Low As to buy votes with five cent Beer checks. Some people consider it a remarkable act that Gladstone should refuse a title upon retirement. What can the name of lord Prince or even King or president or anything add to the glory or Fame of such master minds As Gladstone a risen Rke a or other great lights. Titles Are Good enough for men who have no other recommendations. Republican papers Are appealing to Republican voters to stand by i party lines even on local affairs j for the influence it would have in state and National campaigns. Demo crafts should likewise take heed and see that the party in this township j and town polls tax full democratic i vote. There is no cause for any split in the party this Spring and the ticket is a Good one. See to it that we poll our strength. Indications Are that a Gigantic Row is about to Spring up in Columbus insurance circles chiefly among the companies writing Industrial insurance. It is understood that certain of them have been engaged in writing what is known As a quiet cases a in other words policies on the lives of persons not aware of their lives being insured. Such policies Are taken out by others who the premiums and expect to reap the Reward. It is stated that the state insurance commissioner will be called upon to make an investigation that some sensational suits Are to be brought and a general shake up is anticipated. In the Breckinridge pol lard muddle in Washington Breckinridge a lawyer stated to the jury that col. Breckinridge denies seducing miss Pollard denies Ever promising to marry her and declares he never knew her until the present action commenced. Either Breckinridge is another Ananias or a score of reputable witnesses Are. The chief of police of Washington mrs. Blackburn Sisters of Charity and others have seen him in company with the plaintiff and to Cap the Climax his own endearing letters to miss Pollard is positive proof that he did know her. His defense in that line is slim and looses what Little respect there had been for him among Bis constituents in a old or. Andrew Carnegie has just rented Luckhurst Hall in Kent England an old Castle noted for its stately Sandstone world. Carnegie is known As the protected foreigner and has grown immensely Rich under the fostering care of the United states. He is now enjoying himself in the country to which he owes his allegiance and using Bis great wealth Here in the United states to break Down All competing industries that have been less favored. All the Small Nail plants have to suffer at his hands and Many have gone to the Wall. The new Philadelphia Plant feels the Power of this tyrant. It is not foreign Competition that cuts Down the profits of the business. Throughout the entire country today there Are More failures produced by the Power of amassed wealth than from any other cause. If we Send a Man to the Senate he turns out to have an interest in some Mammoth Syndicate and is deaf to the appeals of his a where Are we at a and a what Are we coming to a personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. This is an Ideal March. Job printing at the times office. Special inducements on Sale Bills h. A. A Kukler the woodworker. The times and n. Y. World $1.65. Edward King left wednesday for Chicago on business. Miss Mamie Kelly is visiting relatives in Cambridge. Mens suspenders 10 cents a pair at g. Senhauser amp sons. 12-3. Miss Marian Mcllvain is Home spending her vacation. The wife of commissioner Kline is ill disposed this week. Daniel Gannon spent Sabbath with friends at a anal Fulton. Miss Lizzie White of Cleveland is the guest of miss Mcllvain. Or. Trebler of Cleveland was in town calling on friends tuesday. South Bend chilled plows Are the Best for Sale at Geiger amp Kuenzli. 13-2 or. Patterson of Newcomerstown f is the guest of or. Wilber Wilkin. Special cloak Sale at s. S. Urferd a monday and tuesday april 2nd and 3rd. 13 mrs. Edward Westli afer went to Troy Ohio this week to visit her daughter. Prof. L. G. Kuhn and d. A. Mus Coph of Bolivar were in town on saturday. Free free trial of Rishforth a Rose Cream at Spring Bros. 14tf you always see the merchant prospering who advertises his business thoroughly. Mrs. Knisely returned this week from her visit with friends in Rochester a. Miss Jennie Mitchener entertained a number of her canal Dover friends monday evening. Sex probate judge Brister of Newark Ohio is the guest of j. F. Wilkin this week. Miss m. Z. Zurcher has gone to Tracy to Aid the lately appointed p. M. Of that place. Harry Yant of Toledo Ohio spent the Sabbath with his Grandfather or. J. D. Otis. It is the opinion of Many that this Breeze and Snow storm has killed the peaches and Pear buds. Burnside has a Beautiful line of lace curtains from 49 cents a pair and up they Are beauties. 13-2 William Mathias who has been in Missouri for the past four years has returned Home to stay. Or. Lehman brother of Fred Lehman and a former resident of this City is visiting friends Here. Still a few dozen of those 5 pair for a Quarter socks left at. Senhauser a amp sons. 12-3. Elder. E. J. Hart and family will move Here this week living on fair Street. He will preach Here. Communion services were held at the m. E. Church on Sabbath. The attendance was quite Large. Mrs. We. Criswell and son Ralph of Cleveland Art visiting relatives in this City their former Home. If you want a Beautiful complexion use Rishforth a Rose Cream. 14tf miss Sadie Yeagley returned tothe pa., College at Pittsburg on monday. A com pained by her Mother. Messes. Irwin Smith and j. A. D. I Hawk of Bolivar attended the teachers examination Here on saturday last. The finest and largest assortment of Flowers in the City can he seen at the millinery store of mrs. Ada Russel. 14-2 the Christian Endeavor society will hold their ninth annual state i convention at Youngstown july 9th and 10th. The old old saying is if March comes in a like a Lamb a it will go out a like a it does sometimes appear that Way. Coxey started from Massillon with a cold wave that almost makes the j Teeth chatter. He probably expects to congeal Congress. The carpenters say that the Outlook for new buildings this season is better than for several years democratic times you know. Mrs. Georgia Jones of St. Louis arrived Home on Friday and will spend several weeks with her Mother mrs. Arnold Smith. I mrs. Ada Russell has opened a Fine line of baby bonnets. Done to fail to see them before purchasing else where. 14-2 the Chippy Birds and White butter flys that were flying around last week had their toes Frozen sunday so say some of our Wise ones the postal Telegraph has completed its lines to Newcomerstown and opened an office there with t. H. Mcintyre As manager. Window shades on Spring rollers 22, 30 and 39 cents each at Burnside a Bazaar. It will to see them. 13-2 mrs. Annie Ferguson Nee Jones has gone to Uhrichsville to nurse her husband who is ill of inflammatory rheumatism and unable to get Home. Henry Shank one of Auburn townships Best Farmers and respected citizens is lying dangerously ill of paralysis. There is no Hopes of his recovery. Elder e. J. Hart will preach at the disciples Church on w. High Street on sunday april 1, at 10 . And 6 30 . Standard. All Are cordially invited. Ladies done to fail to go to Spring Bros and get a free trial of that splendid lotion for the complexion Rishforth a Rose Cream. 14tf a Man by the name of oat Sapple has come to this county and lives near Minerva. We Hope the canal Dover reporter Man will be civil wer the affair. He nearly fainted a year ago when he found out we had a family by the name of Carroll chronicle. The fire alarm at noon yesterday was caused by a slight Blaze in the roof of the German Church. Damage Small. Three year old John Harlan at Alliance pointed a pistol at his Little sister saturday and pulled the trigger. She fell dead shot through tie chronicle. We would like to have a Good correspondent in canal Dover Dennison and Newcomerstown. We will he glad to Herg from Good . Save Money by buying dry goods at j. H. Kinsey a. Of you want an experienced Man for Street commissioner vote for James Reardon. The office is an in portent one to the Public and to the tax payers. J. H. Dugan who has been in the i real estate business at newcomers a town has moved to Gnadenhutten i with his family and become one of its citizens. The lates William Bush found. His body recovered a half mile Erom where it went Down. On the 6th of March 1894, William Bush and George Ashbaugh were on the River in a boat fishing when a whirlwind came along and upset the boat dumping them into the water. Ashbaugh succeeded in getting out while Bush drowned. Search was made for his body for several Days without Avail. He being an old Soldier the g. A. R. Boys made a special Effort to find him but failed. The Story of Ashbaugh was doubted and even hints were Given out that he had been foully dealt with. On sunday the body was noticed by some one along the River and was about half a mile below where he was drowned having been carried Down by the current and floated to the surface in deep water. The remains were brought to the undertaking establishment of Mcelroy amp Linn and there prepared for burial. Monday afternoon the g.a.r. Boys gave their Many that can not he seen elsewhere old Comrade a decent burial in the can he obtained at the store of mrs. New Philadelphia cemetery. He had Russell at fair prices. Call and see lain in the water nearly three weeks. For yourself. 14-2 j there were no Marks of violence on Friday last the Mercury danced person and therefore clearly democratic ticket to be voted democratic corporation. For mayor Leroy Mcgregor. For clerk John b. Read. For councilmen Adam Zeeb John Myers Leroy Springer for treasurer George Kaserman. For marshal John w. Shull. For cemetery director George w. Knisely. For Street commissioner James m. Reardon our Rural neighbors latest patterns in hats if you want a Good prepared paint try Billings Taylor amp co. At Geiser amp Kuenzil 13-2 around at 74 in the Shade sunday it dropped Down to 24�?it came right off of the Northwest Corner of that Nebraska blizzard. Cadiz people Are making preparation to entertain 10,000 people on the occasion of the Celebration of laying the Corner Stone of their handsome court House in May. Call and see the line of bicycles at Geiser amp Kuenzli. 13-2 j. B. Taylor went to Birds run Guernsey co. This week to invoice a general Stock of merchandise for Lemuel Lindsey. He Sells the Stock to and Louis Caruthers. Boys the Bell Bill has passed the Senate and is now a Law it imposes a Fine from one to Twenty five dollars to shoot any toy or air guns within the corporation limits of any City or Village. An electric Road is to be built from Elyria to Lorain. If that is done both towns will be beef lated. Now if Lorain gets the $3,000, xxx steel Plant she will feel like taking a swim in the Lake. Mathias Schneider has put Down a Fine pavement of Berea Stone in front of his residence North Broadway. He believes in improving and beautifying his premises. The infant daughter of or. And Nicklas died thursday and was buried on Friday. It was but a week old. The fond parents Are grief stricken Over the loss of their first born. Miss Mae Everett the popular trimmer has been engaged by mrs. Ada Russell for the coming season and will arrive this week. Miss Everett gave Good satisfaction to customers last season. You will make a mistake if Vou done to buy your Wall paper at Burnside a Bazaar. He has the nicest line in the City. Call and examine. 13-2 All the handle boys must be vaccinated or leave the company a employ so says the Zanesville signal. Its Tough on the boys to have to screw brakes with a full fledged Success 011 a game . Messes. De Urfer and Adam Davis will put in a fresh Stock of groceries and provisions in the Welty Knisely building on North Broadway in a few Days. The shelving is now being put in. Success boys. When purchasing at any store articles advertised in the times please Confer upon us a favor in mentioning the same to the merchants. It will please them and help us amazingly and do you no harm. All the latest novelties in mens and boys hats and Caps at lowest prices. G. Senhauser amp sons. 12-3. The contract for grading the Road bed for the c. L. Amp w. Co. Has been let and by fall the people along the line can ride into Cleveland by the one direct line do business and return the same Day. That will be a desirable change. Prof. R. Hartshorn formerly a student of it. Union College who was indicted for criminal malpractice in pa., plead guilty on the 23rd, ult. And was sentenced to the Penitentiary for two years. The indictment for murder was Ollied the town of Lorain has Given up the forlorn Hope Hope of the Johnson steel works will be located at that place. They think they were being used As a a cats to Rake a Large Bonus out of Johns own to induce them to remain. Mrs. Hopkins never rip knee pants at g. Senhauser amp sons. 12-3. Rev. J. F. Shepperd of Massillon will deliver his noted lecture a from Cradle to Crown a next tuesday evening april 3, at the United Brethren Church in this City. Admission 15?, children 10?. Doors for lecture open at 8 . The lutheran Church of this City is having a healthy growth. On last Sabbath forty new members were taken into the Church by confirmation Twenty four by letters from other churches and eighteen by baptism making eighty two accessions to the Church in one Day. Rev. G. D. Smith the pastor has great reasons to rejoice. G. Senhauser amp sons Are Selling boys Short pants suits at 55, 65, 75, and 85 cents a suit. Good wearers at that. Have you Ever heard of anything so cheap Call and see them. 12-3. A greek by the name of Peter Econamakis who clerked in a fruit store in Uhrichsville became tired of living and a a leaped into eternity 011 thursday morning last. He used a revolver to do the deed. He was a cigarette smoker and and had no doubt injured his mind by the excessive use of those a life the easter service at the m. E. Church in Blakes Miles was a perfect Success and pronounced enjoyable by All present. The programme was executed by sunday school scholars and choir the music being first class. Great credit is due miss Ada Stocker and others who prepared the programme and drilled the children. Hon rates Ashbaugh who was Only witness to the drowning. Sex the a runaway. Or. Frank Brown the Baker met with a painful Accident on monday afternoon while delivering bread. He had been to the residence of Joseph Mccullough and was passing around in the Alley coming Back to the residence of Sharp Nabor driving close up the wheel scraped the pailing Fence which frightened the horses and they dashed across the Street in the direction of Isaiah greens House. Or. Brown was unable to control them and turn them into the Street before coming in Contact with a Post which upset and dashed him and the bed of the Wagon on the ground with great Force. Or. Brown had one Bone in his leg fractured beside sustaining several severe bruises about the body. He escaped Well considering his perilous position. The team ran on Home to the barn and was but Little injured. The Wagon and harness were badly broken. We Hope his injuries will not prove worse than present indications. Death of Henry was Seiti. Henry Wassem one of the prominent citizens of Auburn township and a resident of Ragersville died 011 wednesday last aged 78 years. He died of catarrhal fever after a Short illness. He was buried saturday at 10 a. M. At Ragersville. Rev. Schneider and Rev. Snitt officiated. Or. Wassem was one of the prominent German Farmers highly respected and a Good kind neighbor. He was a devoted member of the German reformed Church. He leaves 10 children All grown up. Or. Wassem had married his second wife who was the widow Conrad and who survives him. The children Are All highly respected and Well to do citizens. The Many friends of or. Wassem regret to learn of his death. May the Crown of eternal blessedness be upon him is our wish. A great Opportunity. S. Urfer will give a special cloak Sale on monday and tuesday april 2 and 3. There will be with him on the above dates a manufacturer to take orders for any special style or size you May wish and will have with him 300 wraps to select from. You Are invited. 13 advertised letters. Letters addressed to persons named below remain unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by april 9, 1894. A Ora Palmer. John sheets w111. Munch Lou Koone Maggie Deible , Sam Kline Jean Kunzi David r. Hame de e. F. Glass Della Auman Lulu Aumais Frank a111-Brozic. Please say a a advertised when asking for above. D. Wyss p. M. May be a Law suit. The county commissioners met on tuesday to try to effect a settlement with the underwriters ins. Co. Of Cincinnati of the loss 011 the Trenton Bridge. This company had a policy of $5,000, and is not willing to Settle except at a very meager sum. The commissioners very justly claim about the full face of the policy. If not settled soon the company will be sued. Too Many companies refuse to a just Price for their losses and this one does not seem to depart from that Rule. Any one wanting carpets washed will please bring it to .t110. E. Warners steam Washer at the West end of St. Clair or water Street new Philadelphia. Terms lets per Yard received and delivered. All work guaranteed. 12-4 Christian Institute. The Institute of Christian workers will begin monday evening april 2, at the United Brethren Church and continue 10 weeks giving two lessons per week. Lessons in Church music every monday evening at 7 ., conducted by prof. Bechtel of new Phila., and or. Lawrence of canal Dover. Lessons in Bible Normal Union every tuesday evening at 7 . Conducted by or. Shepherd and Rev. E. V. Cole. For terms address e. V. Cole new Phila., u. We have just received an elegant line of dress goods carpets lace curtains Spring wraps and capes at Low prices. Call and see. S 13-2 j. H. Kinsey. Marriage permits. We. T. Of Donnell Flora b. Stevens. Jacob Roth Emline Bereut Lier. John Aeling Anna Harris. James Shafer Cora kindle. Gustav Dolchy Kate Ivler. I have started a Blacksmith shop on the rear of my lot Back of Buckeye planing Mill and am prepared to do All kinds of work in my line. A fair share of patronage respectfully solicited. J. W. Thompson. Leave orders for Peacock Coal with p. H. Read in township building. 1-2 democratic township ticket for trustee Frederick Graff. For clerk John w. Kron. For constables. Frank Goudy William Green John w Shull. For supervisor precinct 3, Lincoln Stocksdale. For assessor precinct 2 and 6, James k. Bowers for assessor precinct 3 and 5, William Hall real estate transfers. Jackson b. Baringer to Henry free Lich 20 acres Salem $600. to Annie r. Bell lots 135 and 136, midvalea$200. Annie r. Bell to Anna Bell lot 135, Midvale $100. Levi i. Johnson to John a. Fro Man 84 aci4s. Dover $2,520. John to Philip Buehler part lot 29, Philipsburg $112.50. Henry s. Singhaus to Margaret a. Mccreary lot 1, new fmiiia., $700. Philip Gintz. Or. To at Lam Gintz part lot 207, new Phila., $3,000. Daniel Hawes to . Kohr lot 44, Strasburg $450. Incorporated Village of new Philadelphia to John and we r. Sharp part lot 160, new Phila., $540. John and we. R. Sharp to the incorporated Village of new Philadelphia part lot 160, $540. Perry Atkinson to George Huston lot 88, Newcomerstown $360. J. M. Huston to Rebecca Shull lot 12, Dennison $200. Daniel Wolf to John a. Jackson lot 262, Uhrichsville $850. We take pleasure in recommending brants Balsam because it is a cough cure of Superior Merit and size. 25 and 50? bottles double the usual size at gentle he be drug store. Low rates to the West. If you Are going beyond Chicago to any Point West North West or South West you will make no mistake in purchasing your tickets via the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway. It is the Only running solid Vestibule electric lighted steam heated trains with the finest dining sleeping and compartment cars in the world also free reclining chair cars Between Chicago Council Bluffs and Omaha and Chicago St. Paul and Minneapolis. For the san Francisco mid Winter fair excursion tickets will be sold to san Francisco Colton san Jose los Angeles and san Diego. Cal., at reduced rates Good until july 15th, 1894, write to we. Kelly jr., travelling passenger at 14 Exchange Street Buffalo n. Y. For one of their new maps of the United states say to what Point you desire going also if you will have any household goods to ship and he will name you lowest rates for passengers and freight. Or. Wheeler who discovered or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer is a specialist in nerve diseases. He can be consulted free of charge by enclosing for reply to the j. W. Brant co., Al Bian michigan., or 42 Dey St., new York. His great nerve remedy is sold by gents no a drug store. Your child a companions. An Exchange truthfully remarks when it says where is your boy tonight where is your girl. In whose society Are they spending the evening hours Are they wandering upon the streets hearing language which at first shocks and finally degrades them or Are they in the midst of associations which will refine and beautify their forming characters More potent in the building of character than preachers sermons or parents homily Are the associations with which the Young life is surrounded. Thousands of dissolute men and bad women might have been saved from the contaminating influence of evil companions. A the people of this Vicinity insist 011 having chamberlains cough remedy and do not want any other a says John v. Bishop of Portland Mills Indiana. That is right. They know it to be Superior to any other for colds and As a preventative and cure for croup and Why should they not insist upon having it. 50? bottles for Sale by f. Miller amp 8011. We Are in receipt of the latest popular songs a Mary Dennis a a and Dennis is her name a a comic Waltz Ballad. This song will certainly be the next popular craze. Price 40c. A the old fiddler or he could Only play Home Sweet Home a a Beautiful descriptive song of an old Street fiddler. This song cannot fail to please All who hear it. Price 40c. And a let Mem alone a an exceedingly funny typical song. These songs Are for Sale at All music stores or May be obtained from the the Thompson music company 367 Wabash ave., Chicago at one half the printed Price. The strongest recommendation that any article can have is the endorsement of the mothers of the town. When the mothers recommend it you May know that the article has More than Ordinary Merit. Here is what the Centerville South Dakota citizen says editorially of an article sold in their town a a from personal experience we can say that chamberlains cough remedy has broken up bad colds for our children. We Are acquainted with Many mothers in Centerville who would not be without it n the House for a Good Many times its Cost and Are recommending it every 50? bottles for Sale by f. A Miller amp son what they Are doing in this Busy world of strife. Hartwood. Our school closed March 16th. The exercises in the Day time consisted of recitations by the scholars and speeches by the patrons. All did Justice to a Bountiful dinner prepared by the ladies of the District. The exercises at night were of a literary character including a debate. School will begin again today for another month. The teacher or. W. H. Shaw seems to be the right Man for this school As he has completed his 5th Winter term in succession. L. D. Carruthers has bought a half interest in a store in Bridgeville Guernsey county and will begin invoicing goods tuesday of this week. We wish him Success in his new Enterprise. The sunday school at this place was organized 011 last sunday by electing j. J. Murphy supt., l. E. Delong asset supt., Johnny Woodard sect., m iss Mella Blair asset sect., and g. W. Berkshire treas. On the same Day a y. P. S. E. Was organized with thirteen Active members to Start with. L. In de Long was chosen pres., mrs. J. F. Mcdonald vice president miss Maggie Wilson rec. Sect., mrs. L. E. De Long Cor. Sect., and j. E. Hursey treas. Evans Palmer began work with a or. Winsch near Gnadenhutten March 21. L. A Fivecoat of Harrison county was in this Vicinity last week calling 011 friends and old acquaintances. He will soon move to to near tip Acance mrs. Alonzo Dorsey who has been under a physicians care for several weeks is some better at present and we Hope she May continue to grow in strength. John c. Smith moved recently into the Horn property. The principal event of this Community was raising the Flag at the Albany school House 011 last Satur Day. The exercises were conducted by the or. O. It. A. M. Of Gilmore assisted by several members of the port Washington society. The Flag presentation was made by Rev. Kirk and accepted 011 the part of the school by j. J. Murphy. The orator of the Day was supt. L. Crone Bach of port Washington who delivered a very Fine oration 011 the subject of patriotism. He was Fol Lowed by supt. Bea Sciller of the Washington township High school with several Well chosen remarks. Other exercises consisted of music vocal and instrumental while the Forenoon was occupied in the closing exercises of the school taught by Lloyd Murphy. It will be a Day Long to be remembered. X. Y. Z. Been Here several weeks visiting relatives. The Beautiful plants that were kept in Millers store window All Winter were Frozen sunday night. Many attended Church monday evening and were Well pleased. John Moyer of Cleveland is Here 011 a visit to his friends. Pansy. From Washington. Uhrichsville. Mrs. B. Thompson left for Cleveland to visit her parents. Bert Knox of Cadiz Sun Dayed Here. J. D. Healea returned from Washington d. C., sunday. Mrs. N. I. B. Hoover left Friday for Columbus to spend vacation. Miss Emma Myers opened a new millinery store this week. Peter con makes aged 22 years committed suicide on last thursday morning and was buried saturday. Politics is at fever heat and some Are doing their Best to Knock out the Banner township with the citizens ticket. Some of the Fellows who Are carrying on this movement will be remembered in the future. Crooked run. After a Long silence we again take up the pen to give your readers the news of our Valley. Farmers Are pushing their Spring work considerable blowing Lias been done and nearly All the Oats will be sown in March. Frank Glass is still in bed ill with Little Hopes of recovery. We. Cites is quite sick but we Hope As Spring progresses he will improve and be out again. Freddie Limbach has been suffering dreadfully with earache and fears Are entertained that he will be deprived of his hearing. Our schools Are in a flourishing condition. Or. Alleshouse is teaching the advanced pupils and miss Hermon has charge of the primary department. We think we express the sentiments of All when we say they Are liked by both pupils and parents. This condition is what we like to see and we Hope the selfish spirit that has been practice in the past in our District has Given place to one that will bring Forth better results in the future. Last Sabbath March the 11th, while the Sun was still shedding its rays of Light Over the land scape the spirit of father Overholt was wafted Home to its maker. He was born within a stones throw of the writer. He spent his boyhood Days in roaming Over these Hills and valleys. He developed to manhood and chose for his companion miss Nancy Stephenson. From Liis Union they were blessed with seven children All living and All present at the funeral which took place on tuesday the 13th. He was a kind father and was greatly loved by his family. He was a devoted member of the u. B. Church and died in the Hope of everlasting life. His companion survives him. The deceased was aged 75 years. Mathias Fisher was called from Earth last week also. His remains were buried on saturday in the new Philadelphia cemetery. He leaves a wife and two sons. How True the words of the poet when he said. A one by one the saints Are going one by one they leave us a. S. We will be glad to hear from a. 8. . Gilmore. Geo. Gray and wife of Gnadenhutten visited relatives Here tuesday. Mrs. James Arnold who has been ill for the past few months is Able to be about again. Colby of near Birmingham visited her sister mrs. Theo Morris Over sunday. Master Ray Lanning of Dennison is spending a few weeks with his grand parents. Nora and Burt Gooding visited their grand Mother in new Phila. Last week. The children of Edmond Kail have been quite ill for several Days past. Morris of Uhrichsville is visiting at r. L. Morriss. I. P. Lanning is having an addition built to his House. closed his Winter term of school at this place on saturday. To show their appreciation of his services the school presented him with three elegantly bound volumes by three popular authors. The lower room will continue one month. The members of the or. Order of this place attended a Flag raising at Albany saturday. Easter was observed by the s. S. Scholars of the m. P. Church sunday evening. Bitter Sweet. The directors of the Stark county agricultural society have selected As a site for the new fair ground a tract of 30 acres belonging to h. W. Werts and 25 acres belonging to the Moomaw estate just outside of the City limits of Canton along the electric lines making 55 acres in All. It is said to be a very Nice location and will Cost $15,000. The next fair will be held on these grounds. A 10? pkg. Of magic dyes colors one to ten pounds of goods according to Shade desired. Get them at Gentsch a drug store. There is nothing new in the interesting project of which some German papers Are writing a visit by the Kaiser to America. It was first talked of if we Are not mistaken three years ago in the height of Kaiser Wilhelm a enthusiasm As a sea voyager. Then it was if not earlier that the idea of an Atlantic Progress with a stately retinue of ships from Germany a Young but Strong and growing Navy dawned upon Wilhelm a restless mind. It would indeed be strange if the Kaiser a dream were not fulfilled and that soon. The growth of the German american Ocean traffic is one of the commercial wonders of the last Twenty years. That fact alone would go a considerable Way to strengthen the emperor in his old resolve. See the worlds fair for 15 cents. Upon receipt of your address and fifteen cents in postage Stamps we will mail you prepaid our souvenir portfolio of the worlds columbian exposition the regular Price is fifty cents but As we want you to have one we make the Price nominal. You will find it a work of Art and a thing to be prize. It contains full Page views of the great buildings with descriptions of same and is executed in highest style of Art. If not satisfied with it after you get it we will refund the Stamps and let you keep the Book. Address h. E. Bucklen amp co., Chicago 111. Normal department of the new Philadelphia business College opens april 3. Send for circulars. 11-4 w e have Given a. Bippus amp son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutria Cious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. Shanesville. Quite a change has taken place in the weather since our last letter. Instead of the sunny warm weather which we had had for several weeks it is very cold and we were quite surprised monday morning to see the ground White with Snow. Easter passed off very quietly Here. The easter service conducted by the y. P. S. E. Was Well attended As the House was crowded and Many could not find seats. The decorations were very pretty and the exercises entertaining and were enjoyed very much by Many who were present. Our Public schools have closed for a weeks vacation. Quite a number of our town people attended the teachers association j at Sugarcreek Friday evening. Miss Laura Zimmers went Home to visit her Mother at new Comers town during vacation. The quilt made by the reformed sewing Circle was drawn by mrs. Ellen Berger. There were sixty tickets Quot sold. Number 21 Drew the quilt. Mrs. John Thomas of Baltic has Raspberry plants for Sale. About 30,000 of four of tie Best varieties. For particulars inquire or address we. Judy 11-4 new Philadelphia o. Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and a skin eruptions and positively cure piles or 110 required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded. Price 25? per Box. For Sale by f. Miller amp son. Now is your time to buy lots. Great reduction on the Price of desirable building lots Ono one of the Best streets in town. Nice lots for nearly half of the former Price. This is a decided break in Price to suit the Dull times. Don t fail to Call on me if you want to buy. 13�?tf John a. Himes. For Sale. Prince Robert no. 2976, the scotch Clyde stallion one of the Best bred draft horses in the state is for Sale at a very Low figure. He is a dark Bay strongly built sound and a Good actor for a draft horse. This horse Cost $1400. And can be bought today for one seventh that sum As the i As the owner cannot attend to him. The horse is gentle and has proven i to have Good Breeding qualities and Good reference will be Given on that Point. The horse can be let to a Good party on the shares. For information Call at or address the times office. 13-tf notes tersely told of the happening at the nations Capitol. A Cox Eye a army is regarded in Washington As a sort of All fools Day hoax pulled before it was Ripe and nobody has the remotest idea of making any preparation for its reception for the very simple reason that no one believes it will Ever come Here in any such numbers As its originator now talks about so glibly. Representative Breckenridge is now having his inning in the sensational trial of miss pollards suit against him for breach of Promise of marriage. He denies in Toto the main charges against him and if the evidence to be submitted by him sustains his denial As his friends believe it will he May succeed in getting a verdict notwithstanding the terrible testimony of the defendant Hon. Daniel Magone who was collector of customs at new York City during the first Cleveland administration and who has for Many years been a recognized authority 011 politics of his state is in Washington. He says of politics a there is 110 sort of doubt in my mind that new York is a democratic state. Occasional losses Are due to local causes but do not affect the party As a whole. The new York democracy too stands squarely for Tariff Reform. There is 110 backing Down with us on that Issue. The one thing now for Congress to do is to pass the Tariff Bill at the earliest practical Date. With that out of the Way so that Trade May resume its Normal condition there is 110 reason to be apprehensive about the successful trial of the thirteen Inch Cannon made at the gun shop of the Washington Navy Yard which was made this week at the proving grounds a few Miles Down the Potomac River Marks and epoch in the history of Fine gun making in the United states besides establishing the Wisdom of the government making its own guns. Secretary Herbert and a distinguished party numbering several Hundred were present at the trial. Experts pronounce it one of the finest guns Ever made. The four appropriation Bills the District of Columbia the general pension the fortification and the sundry civil already passed by the House represent a net reduction of $24,334,958 from the total amount carried by the same Bills for the current fiscal year. This shows that chairman Sayers and his democratic colleagues on the House appropriations committee Are carrying out democratic ideas of Economy in Public expenditures. Or. J. W. Ady who pretends to think that he has a claim of the seat now filled in the Senate by Hon. John Martin of Kansas is in Washington he says for the purpose of senator Martins right to the seat but in reality merely to get a Little notoriety which he Hopes to be Able to turn to account in Kansas in the near future. Since the Tariff Hill was reported to the Senate the republicans have been making desperate and concerted attempts to make it appear that there is formidable democratic opposition to the Bill in the Senate. That the Bill will be changed before it passes the Senate is altogether probable inasmuch As it will produce in it present form according to the latest estimates something like $30,000,000 More than will be required and it is the policy of the democrats Only to Levy sufficient taxes to raise the Money necessary to run the government. Democratic senators who favor changes looking towards a reduction of the Revenue to the amount required will state their reasons and ask their democratic colleagues for their votes to make them but it is not believed that any of them will seek Republican votes to get those changes or will vote against the Hill should the changes desired not be made. President Cleveland has devoted the greater part of this week night and Day to listening attentively to arguments for and against the Bland coinage Bill although it is known that he has Long been a close student of the question involved. It is because of the differences of opinion among democrats 011 the matter that he has been anxious to hear All that both sides have to say. Up to last night lie had not indicated what disposition he would make of the Bill. In View of the record of the president it is a waste of space to say that there is absolutely no foundation for the stories sent out from Washington making him a party to a bargain with the Silver men in Congress. They Are simply sensational libels upon the president As Well As upon the Silver men. No Man Ever occupied the White House who was clearer of bargaining either for personal or political gain than is Grover Cleveland and while his decision must necessarily be against the wishes of Many Good democrats it can be set Down in Advance that it will be the result of his honest convictions and there is Little doubt that it will be so accepted by the democratic party at Large. La Grippe. During the prevalence of the Grippe the past season it was a noticeable fact that those who depended upon or. Kings new discovery not Only had a speedy recovery but escaped All of the troublesome after effects of the malady. This remedy seems to have a Peculiar Power in effecting rapid cures not Only in cases of la Grippe but in All diseases of Throat Chest and lungs and has cured cases of asthma and Hay fever of Long standing. Try it and he convinced. It wont disappoint you. Free trial bottles at f. Miller amp son. Mid Winter excursions via the Pennsylvania lines. The special Low rate excursions to san Francisco san Diego los Angeles san Bernardino and other California Points now for Sale via Pennsylvania line will be Good returning until july 15,1894. Excursion lists can select any route from Chicago or St. Louis. For particulars please apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent or address f. Van Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburgh a. W baking pure a Cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of All in Leavening strength. Latest United states government food report. Royal baking powder co. 108 Wall Street new York. New Philadelphia markets. Flour Best family per bbl. T 3 60 a per sack. 85 new process per sack. 90 a Amber per sack. 70 wheat per Bushel. 50 Corn per Bushel. 00 Oats. 35 06 Oil meal per 100 pounds. J 75 Timothy seed per Bushel. 1 a Ufi Clover seed per Bushel. 6 00 Hay. Per ton. 10 00 butter per Pound. 18@$0 elks. Per dozen. 10 hams per Pound. 10@12 8boulders, per Pound. 7@g ques per Pound. 7@y lard per Pound. La tallow per Pound. 04 potatoes per Bushel. 60 chickens per pm mud. 554 turkeys per Pound. 7@� in Ese. 4050 ducks per Pound. Us great bankrupt a Sale. A of the Dodd amp Sutton a stoc k of clothing hats Caps a and gents furnishing goods. We bought at sheriffs Sale the above Stock and Are now closing it out at about fifty cents on the Dollar. A a a a a a a no Humbug a genuine bankrupt Sale the Chance of your life time for cheap clothing. Done to miss it merchant tailoring at Cut prices. Browne amp Myers new Philadelphia Ohio

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