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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 30, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia time publish id Bobbt thu Day. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county books bullheads poster j and Job printing every description done Short notice. Tour Avob Bolich New Philadelphia times the Quot times Quot advertising rates. One Moh. Three inches six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. It a. 1 50 $ 2 50 13 00 a 6 00 3 00 6 00 9 00 15 4 00 10 00 15 00 25 50 5 00 12 50 25 00 50 12 00 30 00 50 00 100 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Viii. New Philadelphia o., thursday March 30, 1893. Number 14. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor Forth Broadway. Is the new Philadelphia tin As will Pubil sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Rares one year. In Advance.1.00 if not paid within turf mods a remittance should sent draft registered letter Porto ice Grier to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Population new Phil Ladelphia 5,0<>o two papers for $1 the new Philadelphia times amp Farmers Friend Tuk Small. Sum one Dollar is the offer we now make to All new subscribers who pay 11. In Advance. Senator Sherman is building a Fine Marble mansion in Washington. He is one the men who grew Rich the salary amounts to less than his annual expenses. The members the legislature who opposed the amendment the libel Laws As to newspapers and who dodged and did not vote place themselves record As demagogues and cowards who want the newspapers Quot bridled Quot and in Fer that their conduct As legislators kept in the Date. No other motive could have prompted them to vote against As fair a Law As the proposed amendment. A Bill has passed the Ohio Senate which provides that the state Board school examiners and the state school commissioner shall furnish the questions for the county examinations teachers one set questions to furnished each month and will the same for each county. The Bili also provides that certificates issued the county Board shall yaqui in any county m the state. Quot we extend this Oiler to All who pay up All arrearage and one Dollar in Advance any one who keeps his paper paid in Advance so All May stand an Equality. Those who spoke to us lately about the Farmers Friend will entitled to receive it if they Call. The Farmers Friend is a Semi monthly farm journal and is Well liked All who have read it. A Sample copy can a can 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 weekly paper. Fifty two copies a Large weekly paper and Twenty four copes a Large farm journal ail for one Dollar should attract the attention the Reading pub lie. J ust enclose one Dollar and we will put you our list. Teaches a examination. an advertisement in the n. T. Times we notice that the first l area our probate judge is John. Well Here a t you Jonn and May the ballot count out Bigly in your favor at the coming election. We do not believe that any Man in either party can truth Why say that you have not faithfully filled the position with Honor to yourself and Fidelity to the whole . picks up a mistake a Typo in getting the name judge Mitchell wrong in a certain and. We will forgive him this time in As much As the comments coming too from a Republican paper Are very flattering to our probate judge. Bro. Scott has the courage to speak the truth when he finds a worthy democratic official. We notice that Grover Cleveland shares his approbation too. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates As follows during 1892 and �?T92 at new Philadelphia november 2g, �?T92 january 28, �?T93 february 25, �?T93 june 17, �?T93 August 26th, �?T93. At canal Dover january 7, �?T93 february 11,�?T93 april 22, �?T93 july8,�?T93. At uhrich8ville, March 11th, �?T93. At Mineral Point March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington j Une 3d, �?T93. Pupils examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, �?T93 May 6th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. Mand no one will in admitted to the class after 9 o strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the lass each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. Ail work must done with Den and Ink and the necessary paper will furnished the Board. All examinations will he d in the Gigli school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. J. W. Pfeifer Fres t j. M. Richardson. Business directory. Re opened. The Gilsey House Fred. Wenger. Proprietor. Lem. Hamilton clerk $1.00 per Day. Yurui Shux Fine bar and House newly feed table in connection 3yyl . . Vail dentist face in Block Over Fri Bleys a hardware . Byron c. Iiender3hot. / personal and general. Terns interest gathered from Many sources. Pitsic Willt xxx. St eel . Office and rooms 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 j r. P. Ii. Sigrist East High Street. New Philadelphia Ohio f 8 to 10 a. M. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. M. 7 to 8 p. M. Sundays 9 to 10 a. M. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. Rate 2.0 0 Fer a y. Heated steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl r. D. A cent sch. Miss Ina Savidge is Home. Very Little sickness is reported. The cooing the Dove is heard in the land. Garden making time has already commenced. George Wickes has engaged in the seed business. A Good Many loads Hay Are being sold in this . Sportsman claim wild ducks Are scarce in this Section. An electric railway is to built from Dayton to Cincinnati. Several loads calves were brought into town monday morning. Or. Willits will lecture a a Sunshine a at the opera House april 6. The neck a Roll no. 3 Mill was wrung off monday evening. Mother Earth was Given several Spring like showers last week. Moving time is at hand and houses Are a Scarcity i. C. Empty ones. Nail works have been closed Down account an Oyer Stock nails. Celluloid 19 said to have been discovered Hyatt As Long ago As 16s9. With the old hut not the oldest christians the resurrection was All in All. A few our gardeners Are bringing seme excellent lettuce into Market. P. H. Read purchased a horse and buggy for family use a few Days ago. Several our anglers have been testing the Tuscarawas River for Bass. De Helmreich canal Dover was at Columbus Over Sabbath business. A Good time for teamsters to Coin Money now plenty cleaning up to do. Go to mrs. Russells for your easter hats and bonnets. 13w3 j03. Junkins was at Sherrodsville monday m the cute rest his flouring null. A. O. Barnes Cadiz a Well known attorney was in town saturday business. A great Many Farmers were in town saturday growling at the miserable roads. Mrs. J. D. Loutzenhiser has been fast a few Days account rheumatism. Frank Stow was last week re engaged As court House janitor salary $600. Per year. Saturday was pay Day at pipe works and rolling Mill. The boys All enjoyed the same. Jno. M. Custer returned from a bus iness trip through Illinois and Kansas saturday. Clad to know that Hon. It. H. Porter new Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over Saunders Barber shop West High 9ar office hours�?9 to 12 m. 2 to 4 p. My a and 7 to 9 p. M. Residence East Avenue. Jim 45yl j. R. Kurtz a agent for Ohio Farmers insurance company. No. 8 Kast fair Street my new , Ohio s Amuel Moore actor sky at Law. New Philadelphia Ohio All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Mykris Block 2d floor t01in s. Aka Siam actor try at Law and notary Public now Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Tose Pii Welty Surveyor and civil business promptly new Phil Delphi Engineer. Attended to. Ohio August 14,1890. 38yl t ii. Booth a \ attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl if you want Sale Bills Call at the times office Send us your copy mail and we will return them mail when requested. We always give a notice Sale in the paper free. Our prices Are Low. Try us. Of port Washington intends locating in our midst. Overcoats were in demand saturday. Stoves in business places were hugged pretty closely. A flock 45 wild geese passed Over our last Friday morning. Northward bound. A Large number old buildings in this place should torn Down before they fall Down. The total eclipse the Sun in april is claimed will the longest duration for Many years. Mrs. J. 13. Read has been some what indisposed the past few Days with a amp anal trouble. Our roads Are m a very deplorable conditions showing negligence the part our people. Now is a Good time to clean up your Back cards and cellars. Let such places thoroughly renovated the project for the new electric Street railway Between our and in chs Ville is progressing Nic . Candidates for different offices can seen daily joking the Corners in order to do their lust shaking. Reese Eberhardt formerly this but lately Akron has returned to canal Dover his future Home. The sparrows Are now cleaning the streets carrying straws and rubbish to their intended nests about the houses. A Complete line embroideries lace amp Chenille curtains carpets amp a. At lowest prices at John ii Kinsey a. 12w2 miss Omnie Smith was in our to Day. Burnside is Selling window shades at 25 cents. 14w2 another Roll was broken in the Sheet Mill yesterday. Mrs. We. Waddington is visiting friends in Scio Bob Galbraith was at Uhrichsville tuesday business. Or. Blai k Tennessee removed to this this week. Qui Vive at the Home mrs. Will Walton monday evening. M iss Ida Loutzenhiser returned from Washington d. �,., wednesday. M us Dozie Dodd returned from her visit with Uhrichsville friends tuesday. Monford Custer and Homer Scott returned to Delaware College after a Short vacation. Passion week will i observed in the lutheran Church this week beginning tuesday evening. John Doherty Foreman the pipe works was at Cleveland with his family Over sunday. Lew Scott Hunch Syville is doing some very artistic paper hanging throughout this . The most Complete line dry goods at lowest prices is kept at 14w2 John ii. Kinsey. Peter Schneider at canal Dover fell from a High roof and was somewhat bruised a few Days ago. There is a lot worthless dogs running around that should chased off the Earth with a shot gun. Mrs. A. Russell has just returned from Cleveland with an elegant line Spring and summer goods. 13w3 . John Geiser the firm Geiger amp Fahrney is slowly recovering from an attack malarial trouble. Burnside has the nicest selection Wall paper in the at 3 cents a Roll and upwards. 14a2 mis Ida Wyss the accomplished daughter Daniel Wyss our new postmaster is learning the business. James Ball Sheet roller has resigned his position in our Iron Mills and will take a position at Martino . Our marshal Daniel Sweaney we Are pleased to learn is slowly recovering from an attack malarial fever. Done to in a hurry about removing your underwear. We will witness a few More rough Days before Spring sets in. Under tha present management the pipe works Are running along smoothly Many Large orders Are being filled daily. After next monday some the did no to get there office seekers will feel As though they had lost their Quot Best friends. A great Many new dwellings will erected in this this coming summer our town is in a very thriving condition at present. A Roll was broken in the big Mill last week one Day causing a Lay off a few Days. Eddy Smiths ire was consider ably raised. Our first Spring opening april 12, 13 and 14th, to which the ladies Are invited. Mrs. Ada Russell 13w3 East High St. At Rosbury conn., mrs. Henry Kinkley aged 14 years Gaye birth to triplets last week. Two girls and one boy in the set. Just received this week one Hundred bundles new Wall paper and fifty dozen new window shades. Call and get our prices. The Union moulders at the pipe works went out last week a strike. In Union there is strength and in some respects starvation. We. Johns has leased the Brown farm near this . Billy is an excellent Farmer and we wish him Success. Wilt intends going West. Lem Hamilton is now engaged in renovating feathers. He claims a vast amount work hands. Or. A. Coates is general manager. Jos. Edie and wife Dresden after a pleasant visit with his brother Lafayette near Trenton left a few Days ago for Bridgeport their future Home. Mrs. W. C. Gould casual Dover who has been suffering from heart disease and dropsy for several weeks past we Are pleased to hear is convalescing. Fou Sale.�?20,000 Hardwood Fence pickets. Enquire at office Spicer manufacturing co., Telephone no. 3, South Broadway. 13 w3 having sold her East High Street property to de. Hall mrs. Daniel St Filer and her two daughters will re move this week to their Beaverdam farm now is the time to use Gentsch a blood and Niyor syrup. It will purify your blood and relieve you that tired feeling. For Sale at 12 t 5 Gentsch a drug store. E. C. Brick Mineral Post purchased the Saloon fixtures we. Cooly a few Days ago. While we wish . B., Success we extend . C. Our Best wishes. Know is the time to use Gentsch a Lood and liver syrup. It will purify your blood and relieve you that tired feeling. For Sale at 12 t 5 gents Iier a drug store. A Story and a half House at Beidler belonging to Alice Minnis was totally destroyed fire Friday Evenmo. A Good portion the hous hold effects were saved. Was insured. The Only place in the you can find that High Grade Drees goods called Lansdown is at 14w2 John h. Kinsey a. We learn an attempted suicide at Dennison this week account Domestic trouble. We failed to get the particulars. A Young Man the name Welch at Bolivar died last Friday consumption and was buried Sun Lay. Aged 28. Leaves wife and baby. After a few Days pleasant visit among relative and friends in this John Getz returned to Akron where he holds a lucrative position in an undertaking i sub ashment. Sorry to learn that Ferd James Heater at the rolling Mill one Day lat week acc Dently fell into a pit inflicting internal h juries which will cause him to Lay off a Tew Days. Philip Rousch has lately sold out his half interest in the Saloon business to miss Inez Savidge North Broadway came Home from College last week to spend the vacation. Election boards at the various precincts must open the polls at 6 33 m the morning and close at 6 33 in the evening. The Law requires Standard time. Mrs. John Maurer a widow lady Stoft Creek died ust wednesday dropsy. She was 71 years age. Was buried Sabbath morning. She leaves a family 8 grown children. Or. Nicholas Marti father mrs. John Kaser nun is the oldest Man in the county aged 97 years. Although for the past 21 years being fast with rheumatism he apparently enjoys Good health. It has been found j. Wiesnor that while Gas Light Only slightly yellows and weakens Wool paper the influence the electric Light is still less and he pronounces tiie utter the Best Illumin horrible suicide wit ilk a spoke a Young Man ends his life As Here you la see. Avith razor and hat Cliet uplifted ills life into eternity drifted. His partner John Kron. Phil wander to the state California. May Success with both. Last wednesday night Henry Knecht woj ant for libraries. Alex. Heingartner general manager the paper Mill presented ins Only son Robert with a Fine bicycle last thursday evening. Bobby a heart was made glad the present. Prohibitionists Are raising a How among the Saloon keepers at it. Scott kans. Thirty Saloon keepers have been jailed counts ranging from 10 to 35. The Slickest sign Painter we have seen Tor Many a Day struck this town last week and his Mark is now left several business windows much to his credit. There will some very extensive improvements made in the Sherman House this co Ming Spring. Landlord Wallies has an Eye to business and a gentleman in every sense the word. Success to him. Market Gardner at Canton was ground to pieces an electric Strett car. Supposed to due to carelessness the Motorman. F,1, 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. Our rolling Mill is now running Lull blast. Through the efficient manager Theophilus Morgan that Miil rank3 High among the leading a nails in the country. There will a grand Ball Given monday evening april 3d in Eagle Hall this . Good music Good callers and a general Good time anticipated. Admission 50 cents. Or. D. C. Gentsch has returned from Washington. He has Bis Eye a position in the pension department and will no doubt get it. Or. Gentsch made a very efficient officer before. Frank Bash threw up the restaurant business a few Days ago. Lie having had m. E. Shulls place. Quot Doc Quot Mckenzie will Cater to the Public a wants until the storm s Ason opens out. A prominent Indiana Man was arrested last week the humane society for cutting off a Little dogs Tail. Probably if its head had been severed from its body there would not have been anything said. Opening Spring and summer millinery tried and untried hats. On april 13 amp 14 1893. Call and examine the immense Stock at Mattie Meanor a Eist High St.,Price building. New Philadelphia. 12t5 . John Brown gave this office a pleasant Call last Friday. Or. B., is at present engaged in trimming fruit Trees and is making that Quot Branch Quot business a Success. He is an estimable citizen and Are glad to know he is meeting with Success. Mrs. Ida Russell has secured a first class trimmer and Wil ready to show a Fine line imported and trimmed hats and bonnets the last week in March. Give us a Call. 13 w3 sometime during the past Winter . G. Ii. Peck had the misfortune to fall upon the ice spraining Bis right Arm and causing considerable pain. We Are pleased to learn he is slowly mending. The doctor is Well Learned m homeopathy. We now specially invite the ladies to come amp see our Spring and summer dress goods As we have Juit received a very Fine line both in piece and patterns. Do not fail to see these goods. 12w2 John ii Kinsey. Or. E. C. Lewis at canal Dover had another narrow escape from being injun de last wet k. Hit horse tinned the buggy too sudden when the . Was thrown out upon the hard ground considerably jarred up. Eddie amp Freer have entered into a paiute Raship purchasing two pleasure boats for the purpose having a Summers resort at the state dam. They will also run their boats to Uhrichsville carrying several Hundred passengers. Success to them. Last Friday the citizens this Section witnessed an uncommonly Windy Day. It was much exertion that pedestrians went about the streets. Great Lars were entertained for awhile that some Chimney tops buildings would blown Down causing Accident ?. Our line carpets lace and Chenille curtains is immense and at such lows prices. Call and convinced that we sell goods cheaper than any other House in the county. John h. Kinsey. North West Corner Public Square. New Philadelphia. 142 Rev. G. Scholl d. D. Of Baltimore will in this Friday and will preach in the lutheran Church that evening. Rev. Scholl was pastor the lutheran Church about 20 years ago and has Many warm friends who will delighted to look upon his face and hear his voice once More. Chases Barley malt whisky Aidif digestion. Chases Barley and Rich. Chases Barley weak lungs. Chases Barley malt whisky for purity. A. Bippus amp son sole agents for new Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. George w. Sharp Tuce Day evening celebrated their Crystal wedding. About fifteen couple were present to congratulate them while an elaborate supper was spread for the guests. The y were the recipients Many Beautiful and costly presents showing the High esteem in Winch they Are held. The occasion was a very pleasant one. A a last right . A. A. Willits delivered the closing lecture the course. I unhesitatingly pronounce him one the most pleasing lecturers in it. J. Wyscarver manager Capitol lecture course Columbus Ohio. Lyman Saylor an old resident lakes Mills died monday pneumonia. Will buried to Day wednesday. He was aged 68 years and was a Soldier and Veteran having served in All for 5 years. He will a buried in the honors War the g. A. R. Pos Tot this . T. Raiff met with a very painful Accident while assisting j. H. Booth in surveying a few Days ago he was driving a Large stake torn a High Fence when the top rail broke causing him probably one the most horrible suicides Ever occurred in the county was enacted at Midvale ust Friday morning. William Smith a Young Man about 29 years age after being a protracted spree for several we it is went to the residence widow Scott near the Royal Clay works seining despondent. His queer act Wev not Cabie but no fears were Bis taking his life until he procured a Razar when he Gaye Fife slashes across his Throat almost severing the wind pipe. Some one near heard strange noises when they noticed his rash act. He was promptly taken charge when he begged for the weapon whereupon he grabbed a Hatchet that was lying near in the Coal House with which he Almot battered his brains out causing almost instant death. Toe unfortunate victims parents reside in Chicago 111., were they were notified the facts. Coroner Downey was summoned and after holding an inquest he reported the deceased came to his death his own hands. Tired life in deaths cold embrace the body Christian Wyss was found in a Field a red Cord settled Tox. That ques to fall backward sustaining severe m juries. At present he is Able to around. The state Board health was notified saturday morning the discovery a genuine Case smallpox at Mansfield. The patient is a boy m a family 11, living in the suburbs. Is recently from Akron. Instructions to quarantine and some Valine virus were forwarded. Quot Rev. Or. Willits Dayton proved himself entitled to greater Praise than All his predecessors. I n the next course we Hope to see him placed Fust the list and it he agrees to speak upon the same theme As that chosen last night there is not a Hall in the capable holding one half the crowd. He came to us unknown but his name will remain Long in the memories All who heard him and his lecture will remembered As one the brightest rays Sunshine that flashed across their grand rapids Mich. The citizens the surrounding Community were startled last thursday when the body c Uri stun Wyss was found m a Field near cold in death. He had been doing some chores his farm. Deceased was born in Canton Bern Switzerland in 1827. In 1834 with his father Mother Ami sister the latter Dot ing during the Ocean voyage came t America where they located near he present Home near Shanesville. That locality was then a vast wilderness and los Tea i going to school he assisted his parents to Clear up the farm when he was but 7 years old. He was an honest and industrious Man moral habits and a faithful member the German Reform Church. In 1849 he was married to Anna Nickles Wimch Union was blessed with eight children three sons and five daughters. He was aged 65 years and the father oar townsman Daniel Wyss. Funeral took place last saturday followed to his last resting place a Large con Coruiss bereaved relate yet Ami friends. Rheu autism was the cause his death from which he had suffered Many years. Peace to his remains. Dennison. Hartwood. Monday morning quite a sensation was astir among our people in Gard to the strange act one our citizens. As the Coroner was called the times Man was promptly deck to investigate the truthfulness the news. John Perry was found in his room at Allentown Early in the morning hanging a piece bed Cord attached to the bed Post which settled the question. The poor unfortunate Man had become despondent Over trivial matters which was supposed to have been the cause his rash act. Lie was a native England coining to this country about 7 years ago locating in this and during that period Laboured about the rolling Mill. He was aged about 71 years and wa3 Well respected. He leaves a wife and family four boys and two girls All grown up into Man and womanhood. Funeral was held wednesday afternoon. Asleep in Jesus. We Are pained this week to chronicle the death an estimable and Young lady Nettie b., aged 24 yet cars wife d. A. Kaserman this after a Brief illness with Haemorrhage the lungs who succumbed to the inevitable Sabbath morning. She had been a wife a Little Over 3 years. Funeral was held Mon. Day afternoon followed to her last resting place a Large number relatives and friends. Rev. Rust officiating. Water Canton o., March 23. The baseball meeting held hero has adjourned to meet at Akron april 12, to Complete a permanent organization. Canton Akron Mansfield and East Liverpool were represented delegates and Sandusky and Findlay correspondence. These cities will go into the state league and if no More towns Are secured the league will composed six clubs. If desirable towns Are secured then 10 clubs will accepted. Youngstown Lima Springfield Dayton Columbus and several other places Are being considered. Mine workers meet. The new Philadelphia water company is furnishing a first class Quality water in All respects and is offering special inducements t persons desiring to introduce it upon their Premiss this Spring summer. Persons building would do Well to g d rate an 1 estimated Wojt fixture before making other arrangements for water. The company is prepared to furnish cold water during summer and 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 playing fixtures and terms payment the same inquire at office the company citizens National Bank d. Ludwick superintendent new Philadelphia water co 13 w3 Tuscarawas strictly in it. The annual convention this District the United mineworkers America was held at Wellston Ohio wednesday and was largely attended nearly every mine in the District being represented one More. State president John Nugent and state Secretary treasurer Pierce were present and addressed the convention. Several important resolutions were passed among others beg one condemning the action the Ohio Senate in refusing to p.is3 the Bill re weighed before screen ing those senators who opposed the measure were denounced and will made special targets at the coming election. Transfers real estate. Editor times a both politic 1 parties having made their nominations the Campaign May considered opened both parties have nominated fair ticket and the contest will warm. Sex mayor Ileal a the democratic nominee Lias Many friend9 and supporters in both parties. Mat. Delong the Republican nominee is a new Quantity in local politics but seems popular with the boys. We predict however Quot Uncle Joe a will we in a Cinter. Miil township wiil no doubt occupy a More conspicuous place in the next a Dainty convention than usual As she will have several candidates Quot All Good men and John Hill has announced himself As a candidate for clerk court. John has been treasurer our town and school Board for six years and will have the support Many friends. Or. Inner is a candidate for county treasurer. The doctor is so Well known he needs no introduction. He feels that hi3 service in the cruise democracy entitles him to a substantial recognition at the hands his party. Both Gen to Emen Are we Oil qualified to fill any office that May bestowed l them Mill May heard from further but this is All we know at present. We Are informed that George Fleming sex manager the electric l get co., Hast pure based an interest in the Collar factory and will proceed to develop the Industry As George is known As a Hustler it May safely assumed that we will soon have a substantial Enterprise. The Oil Well is progressing slowly it is Down 1300 feet the rope parted s mis Days ago add the tools Are at at the Bottom the Well. The boys Are fishing for them and expect to get them out in a few Days. A quire Barclay is out again after a live weeks wrestle with typhoid fever. Or. Mccurdy will commence the erection a $12,000 Block at the Corner Grant and third streets As soon As the weather permits. Xxx. Coal interests will represented in the Ohio Mineral exhibit at the worlds fair. The state mine inspector was obliged to confine the Coal samples Ohio to 13 mines in different parts the state and the Goshen Coal co., operating the read bros., tract at Beidler near Here were fortunate enough in being one the chosen few. The Sample sent was two feet Square four and a half feet the depth the vein. The work getting out the simple was assigned to Tom Golding and Jonathan Barr Aid and the work was directed supt. J. C. Brokenshire Aud Jolt Dougal Bank Boss. It was gotten out in Good shape packed nicely and shipped a few Days ago. Tuscarawas Valley has one the largest and most important mining industries in the state. Easter sunday. Malt whisky pure malt whisky for for april 1st, two furnished business rooms after that Date six dwelling rooms in connection therewith. Inquire at times office. Of the festival comes april 2, this year. Easter sunday comes this year april 2. Easter Day is always the first sunday after the full Moon Wimch happens upon next after March 21, and it the full Moon happens upon a sunday easter Day is the sunday after. Originally there was a feast the Leptonic goddess Vitera the godde3t Spring whence conies our Anglo Saxon easter. The festival was introduced preparatory fasting some fasted one Day some two some 40 hours that is the number hours during which Jesus was supposed to Haye been a tenant the Tomb. Later the time was extended to 40 Days in imitation Christ a fast 40 Days in the wilderness hence came Leas which in its Pesant for embracing a period 40 Days can not traced Back beyond the end the sixth Century. R f Gardner to Caiyu Gilmore part lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 200 00 Nicnolas Miller to Margaret Schwecheimer 63-100 acres new Philadelphia. 100 00 Chas c. Welty to Mary a. Carey it lot act is new Philadelphia. 75 00 Addie m. And Jas. Taylor to Eliza Jaberg it lot 193 new Philadelphia. 100 00 Elizabeth Criswell to Daniel Rufenacht it lot 33 new Phila. 625 00 Jas. F. Kaldenbaugh to Joseph a. Young etal40 it lot 1 new Philadelphia. 550 Oliver p. Taylor to Edward m. Bailey lot 4 new Phila 440 00 Arthur w. Brown to Francis m. Brown Ace Goshen. 375 00 Henry Gribble to John m. Rutledge lots 9,10 Midvale .100 00 John m. Rutledge to Diniel e. Lower lots 90, 91 Midvale 135 00 John m. Rutledge to Jona Murphy lots 80, 81 mid Yale 150 00 John m. Rutledge to f. E. But Ter Shell lot 87 Midvale .75 00 John m. Rutledge to Sarah a. Fleming lots 9, 10,. 550 00 John m. Rutledge to Samuel sued lots 73, 74 Midvale. Gilmore. Mis3 Ada Mccormick who has been in attendance at Franklin College the past Winter returned to her Home in Gilmore saturday. Mrs. Levi Morris and daughter in Law mrs. Lee Moriis visited relatives Watson Creek saturday and sunday. Reuben Morris jr., who has resided in the West for several years accompanied is family is visiting rela times in this Vicinity. Philip Lanning has gone East for a full line Spring and summer goods. Quot Cyclone Young has gone to join his club. They will soon open their summer Campaign. Miss Liziie Rankin is visiting her grand parents in Rush township. Miss Cora Hefling visited her parents a few Days last week. Died saturday March 18th, mrs. Samuel Morris in the 36th year her age. A husband and four Small children Are left to mourn the loss wife and Mother. The family has the sympathy the entire Community i their bereavement. Bitter Sweet. New to in. 135 00 40 00 John m. Rutledge to Benj. Warrick lot 46 Midvale. John m. Rutledge to Benj. Warrick lots 44, 45, Midvale. 80 00 John m. Rutledge . E. Roby lot 64, Midvale. 80 co Margaret e. And Samuel Hirst to Alvin ,s30, new Philadelphia. 2000 00 Louis tie eel to Herman Woekel lot Dover. 250 00 David j. Thomas to Fannie Dunn lot 3, new Phila 440 00 Floyd Carroll to Laura m. Romig j acre Uhrichsville 200 00 Jacob Renner to John Stanberg 8l>out 55 acres Lawrence. 2200 00 we. Harpers adm. To Daniel Lauzer 1 1-10 acres Dover. Peter Petry to Lewis Petry 37 acres Gnade Shulten. Isa Tural 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 Sali f. C. Miller amp son. Of marriage permits. The following marriage licenses have been granted probate judge Mitchell August Selzer Nettie Kirk. Henry Culbertson Euzabeth Reeder. James j. Pin lips Mary a. Preston. Jacob a Edwards Josie Baxter Charlesl Forney Emma Blazer. L. W. Lillon Ellen me a 145 00 3600 00 m Lagic dyes color double the goods hat you can color with other brands. Hence most economical to use. Large 10 cent packages at f. H. Gentsch a. I 8s3 Jones the Tennessee desperado who shot sheriff John Burnett the 18th. Inst was hanged a mob at Jacksboro Tennessee the 19th. Inst. Judge Lynch Quot some times docs Good work. Or. Al Ward Taylor formerly this place but late Canton is Back calling friends and old associates. O. A. Timerman made a flying trip to Uhrichsville the first last week business. A. Longs Worth has commenced work for the second summer with j. A. Stemple. Corner Peoples Uhrichsville is in our midst he no doubt feels More at borne behind some Farmers team than he does in the Dennison shop As he would hire the farm if he could find a vacant place. Calmer is one those that gets up and dusts himself. Prof. Behlar Washington township will give a lecture to the Epworth league chapter new town next sunday night All Are invited. He will do you Good As he is an excellent speaker. Or. James Hasting attended the funeral ins brother Henry Guernsey county last saturday. D ath comes As a thief in the night and no Mau knows when he shall ome. Bat the j poet says ready. New town. Tarltan has superseded Calico for bandages in Paris hospitals where 1188 Miles the former material were used in 1891, at a Cost nearly $30,000. The reason Why anything a red color excites and infuriates the tribe is because red is the complimentary color Green and the eyes the oxen being Long fixed upon the Green herbage while feeding when they Espy anything red it impresses their sight with a greatly increased intensity. The same end it is doubtlessly produced upon ail grazing animals a red color but oxen being More pugnacious than others How greater excitement and often attack that which surprises them. J. Ii. Kail was the recipient a Fine Gold watch a few Days ago a present from his parents his 21st anniversary. Mary Gengnagel who has been sewing in i Rich Suffle for several weeks past is at Home now but will return about the first april. The new residence Garret Edwards near Albany will soon completed an 1 he will move in a few Days. Quot Doc Quot Pogue will move into House vacated Edwards. Or. Lloyd Murphy recently sold one his farms 100 acres to his brother j. A. Murphy. Or. James Mcdonald sold 50 acres to j. F. Cappel recently. Or. Henry Rapiz Liosel a successful Terni school in Clay township last i riday. Henry is a Good Young Man and deserving Success. The school at this place closed week ago last tuesday. T is was the 4th term in succession for . W. H. So amp a. He is quite popular with the Clyl Drin. A Large number were present to witness the closing exercises. Addresses were made householders and several Yourg persons among whom was key. E. M. Llo gland Gilmore. All were Well pleased with the exercises. There was a literary entertainment at night and the House was crowded. The Prin civil feature the was a debate the Resolution Quot that there has been More development in the arts and sciences m the last Hundred years than in All time affirm. J. R. Me fad Den and j. C. Carr deny. J. J. Murphy and j. W. Murphy. This closed the literary for the Winter. J. J. Murphy made a business trip to new Philadelphia last monday. Evans Palmer was visiting relatives and friends in Uhrichsville and brio last week. J. C. Carr closed a successful term school at Albany last Friday. He will soon join his family near Plainfield Coshocton county. Via wish nun Success in his future undertakings. Henry Worley Haa sold his farm to a Hagan. We Hope Worley will not leave our Community. William Linard Rush township visited at the residence . Jesse Blair last saturday. L. D. Carruthers and p. J. Helter attended the closing exercises f. A Moore a school in the Mumma District Salem township last saturday. Ala Manson Curby wiil soon move i saw Miil to a log Yard the farm a w. Murphy. Or. Lloyd Murphy closed his school at Newport last Friday. He thinks retiring from the profession. There wa3 a Wood chopping at A. Decker s last i riday also a chopping at e. E. Hills wednesday last and at . Henry Decker son last thurs Day. John Miller shipped a car Load horses to the East last thursday from . Our Sabbath school was re organized last sunday with the following officers l. E. Delong supt., g. W. Berkshire asset supt. And treas., Mella Blair Sec a and Frankie Murchy asset. Sec a. As there is to a change in the management the country schools it would Weil for the patrons the various county schools to inform themselves upon the new school Law Aud then Endeavor to give it a fair and impartial trial. Many our prominent educators claim it to an improvement upon the present system. Let us not condemn it until we hav Giyen it a trial and then if it proves to a failure will time to censure it. The Washington township High school closed last saturday with an elaborate display. The school has been under the superintendency prof. Beaschler for the last five months. The interest manifested the closing Day was sufficient proof the esteem in we the teacher was held. There was an unusually Large crowd present and a Junti Ful repast was served to All. Prof. J. T. Duff Newcomerstown was the orator the Day and he held the attention the people Tor Over an hour the subject he dwelt mainly upon the resources our country and the patriotism that Saoi ild infuse 1 into our school children today. His entire speech was delivered in thai Happy and easy manner which is Peru Lair to prof. Duff. The g. A. R. Boys Gilmore and the . O. U. A. M same place assisted the school in Rais ing a Fly a a sight will kindle the spark patriotic fire in the bosoms the youths who will have the advantage attending this school in the future. During the noon intermission after dinner was dispatched All had the pleasure witnessing a Fine game Ball. Dent Young better Guowu As Quot Quot Young was Pitcher for both sides to show some the Rural folks some the mysteries the great Quot american he will soon enter upon ins work for the base Ball season. All speak in Praise the school work done last Winter and we May safely conclude the h ii school has come to stay As it opens an Opportunity for scholars to pursue their studies to a greater extern than Cau our ungraded country schools. This school was begun under circumstances that were not altogether favourable but we believe it has made its usefulness so apparent to right thinking men that few now oppose it. L. A. Carruthers and several his school in calem township attended the exercises above mentioned. L. E. Delong closed his term school in Clay township last Friday. X. Y. Z. Plow your Best and done to neglect your feet. E. R. Parmelee the shoe dealer East High Street. New Philadelphia Ohio has a tip top plow shoe for $1.00, built solid leather from Heel to toe. Our $1.00 plow shoe beats the Earth. Menus Waterproof buckle shoes $1.25, solid sole leather counter sole and Heel. We have foot quarters for those who appreciate Comfort and durability we have prices that Are also foot prices under All the rest you know. We want to capture your attention and sell Yoa your shoes try us once and we think we can please you Well enough to make you want to come again. E. R. Parmelee the shoe dealer new Philadelphia Ohio. Store room to rent at Midvale. Excellent opening for clothing drug store. Size room 23x27 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 nature s True grower. Grows moustache and for Sale hair grower. Grows whiskers. Price 50 cents. F. C. Miller amp son. Of removal Silver Ash Institute to cure Alc it hoi Aud morphine habits from Alliance o., to Salem o., Cor. High and Lundy streets. The management will in the hands l. Hoopes pres., and C. Snyder Sec. And treas. No Effort will spared to make every one comfortable Aud satisfied who Cornu 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 Olea a to give any Aud All desired information. Hooks a Snyder. Dec. 29, �?T92. Im3 Bov i prevents palsy shocks and sudden heaths cures nervous prostration. Price $1.00. For Sale f. C. Miller a son. Of Bovi wonder Price $1.00. Son. Purifies the blood will Lay a foundation in a system constitutionally weak. It is a regularity and stamina. For Sale f. C. Miller a furnished room for rent one Square from Public Square. Apply at times office. 11 now is the time to get a pretty dress at John h Kinsey a. 12w2 for a Nice full sized baby carnage for $4.24 at a. Gintz amp co. Wanted to rent 3 4 Small rooms not far from Public Square. No children. Call at times office. 11 Drunken East thu liquor habit Pont Tiv Fly cured . Uni Nett Golden spec talc. It is manufactured As a powder which can give in a Glass Beer a cup Coffee Tea. Or in food without the knowledge the patient. It is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent Aud speedy cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker n alcoholic wreck. It has been Tiven in thousands cases and in every instance a perfect cure has followed. It no Var fails. The system once impregnated will the spec Lilc it becomes an utter impossible try for the liquor appetite to exist. Cures guaranteed. A is Page Book particulars free. Address Golden specific co. St., Cincinnati 7yl Ohio. W anted everybody to know that Wilkinson a s1 l Kukk. Or. Casper Baker canal Dover moved to our Little Village last tuesday. Little Charley son we. And Lizzie forger is very ill at present. Grandmother Wagner and mrs. Jacob Reiker Are also the sick list. Martin k. Ilo Steldt Oue our enterprising Young school teachers was visiting his parents and friends in Guernsey county last Friday and saturday. We. Angel who has been teaching school Down old town is at Home again. 11 is school closed last Friday. Mountain . For Sale a Fine cottage Home 9 looms lot 60x197 feet Only 2$ Square from Public Square Good Cistern cellar and Good fruit for $2,350. Reasonable terms. Inquire 51 s. Mooke agent. Is the cheapest place in the to buy groceries. West High St. Opposite m. E. Church. i cd Habif the truth Tus May doubted Muy int when . Franklin Miles the Ems nent Indiana specialist. Claims that 1mrt tease is curable Anil proves it testimonials wonder ii �-ur-8 his new heart cure it attracts the attention the millions Suff Erim with Short breath palpitation irn Guiar pulse wind in stomach pain in Side shoulder smothering aprils fainting dropsy Eto. A. F. Davis Silver Creek a b., using four bottles . Miles new heart cure was completely cured after twelve years suffering from heart disease. This wonderful remedy is bold f. C. Miller a son. Books free. Very True. I Maud and Arentt you a Good Deal a spendthrift . Skillets . Skillets whose income is Nina dollars a week a i assure you that it would quite impossible for me to Bai anything so weak and news record. Nervous 1�?Tron jul to a Large manufacturer whose affairs were very much embarrassed and who was Over worked and broken Down with nervous exhaustion went to a celebrated socialist. He was told that the Only thing needed was to relieved care and worry and have a change thought. This doctor was More considerate his patients health than his financial circumstance. He ought to have advised him to use . Miles restorative Nervine the remedy for nervous prostration sleeplessness dizziness headache ill effects spirits tobacco Coffee opium Etc. Thousands testify to cures. Book and trial bottle free at f. C. Miller amp sons

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