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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 17, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio Circulation 1,600. Remember this when you Plant your advertisements. New Philadelphia times. The largest circulation and the Best advertising medium. Portugal and Brazil a a done to speak As they pass the brazilian revolution has broken out again with renewed vigor. Senator David Bennett Hill is playing a Lone hand at present. Will it win Foraker has his weather Eye Mckinley. He is not in politics at present but wait. Willie Breckenridge is getting kicked out every place but the Halls Congress. There a Birds feathers a you know. The populists the eighteenth Ohio District will try Coxey As their candidate against Ikirt Etal suffering Jehoshaphat what next a Harrisburg pa., circus agent has gone to Washington to open negotiations for the engagement Coxey Browne and Jones As curiosities. In the scuffle now Days for news the Chicago murderer Prendergast has been forgotten. He has been shelved for the time being to give notoriety to Coxey and his Herd Cranks. The new York Coal companies Are placing orders in England Wales and Nova Scotia for Coal to Supply their customers. A Coal famine is imminent in that City unless the strike is settled soon. Hoboes see a Point and Are going Over the country begging pennies under pretence raising Money to Coxey a Fine. A it is an ill wind that blows nobody Good a Coxey Sill Luck proves a Boon to the hoboes. Just at this period the Republican newspapers in this District Are trotting out their personal candidates for congressional honors. About sixteen these deluded mortals Are in the Field with the Back Hills to hear from. Gentlemen its a shame to Lead these Fellows into such a delusion these hard times. The Northwestern University at Evanston 111., has decided squarely against hazing in every phase. The president says that Hevy la crush it if he has to Send away half the students without any Chance being reinstated. That is the Only Way to Stop it and other colleges should take tile same determined stand. It is claimed by a number papers that Benny Harrison in his swing around tie Circle is getting wild in his remarks. Among other things he charges that if Cleveland had not been elected Cox ism would never have been heard . Home the friends the sex president should muzzle him to keep him from talking too much from his big hat. From All reports the Penitentiary official Are ruling that institution with a High hand. Mckinley a twinks the other Eye at the Many scandals now Rife. There is an outcry All Over the state at his Loose methods in permitting his pets to do As they please in fact the a a pull they have the Wiley governor demands the White Wash methods. Pennsylvania is seriously consid ering the building electric roads out into tie country districts for transportation farm products to Market. The legislature has passed Laws authorizing certain counties and townships to Issue Bonds for the construction electric roads. The plan contemplates a steel track that May be used by either cars wagons and gives the commissioners Power to Levy toll those using the roads sufficient to interest the Bonds. The Bill requiring the address the Mortgagor and the mortgagee to be placed each mortgage and re Quiring the county recorders with whom mortgages Are filed to notify the auditor each county in which a mortgagee lives the existence a mortgage has passed both houses and is now a Law. It also provides that whoever takes by assignment any mortgage Security shall have the assignment recorded within thirty Days under penalty losing priority Lien. The Law will be great Relief to Farmers who have their farms mortgaged and have been paying double tax for the past few years. Out in Terra haute ind., a number people Are slowly dying from blood poisoning caused by vaccination. Three persons have already died from that cause. The system wholesale vaccination with virus taken at random and from diseased flesh should at once be stopped and those who have caused blood poisoning should be held strictly account Able for their actions whether they act according to Law not. This system vaccination is All Bosh As it was proven that Over 25 persons were vaccinated who had had smallpox in former years. The City paid the physicians 25 cents for each Case and the doctors not care whom they operated upon so they got the their Money. So it is in other places. Members the Ohio legislature will draw $84,000 next year for stay ing at Home and attending to their private affairs. What advantage is there in having biennial sessions instead annual sessions if there is any it is because no legislation is better than none at All. In some cases this May be True but still that principal paying legislators to stay away from the state capital for fear they will do something bad does not reflect much credit the men who Are elected to be our Law makers. A than who turns off his hand the farm hardly Ever pays him a years salary for leaving this a Republican Democrat this is a Republican idea passed by a Republican legislature at that. What can you expect from an administration that plunges the state Over into debt $2.q00.000 and then Saddle $84,000 a year for the name being a legislator. Some people however have to be kicked before they take the hint that republicanism is a capitalist party in every sense the word. Personal and otherwise gathered Here and elsewhere. No wonder the times Are out joint no wonder they wont go right. That finances actin a terrible Way. For Money you know is tight. It go to Burnside for Wall paper. H. A. Parmelee the woodworker. Job printing at the times office. Oji a buy dry goods at j. H. Kinsey a. Miss Emma Pitt has returned from a visit with friends in Steubenville. I can buy a Black dress at Spring Bros for $3.95, called see. H. E. Helmick Zanesville was a visitor in this City sunday last. The Guernsey county pennyroyal reunion will be held August 22 and 23. J. F. Cappel Gilmore was a Welcome caller at the times Sanctum tuesday. Smithy Moore and will Smith Dover visited the latter a brother at Martins ferry last week. Miss Fannie Shugert new i Philadelphia visited relatives Here Over press. Mrs. Judge Batty Defiance Ohio is visiting her sister mrs. Joseph Junkins North third St. The Only a White Caps seen nowadays in this Vicinity Are those the Panhandle trainmen. Burnsides is Selling Good hammocks at <5 cents to $1.40 Worth double the Money. 21-2 save your Nickles for the base Ball game saturday. It will be one the most interesting games this season. I am Selling the Young Many a buggy. Better than Ever. John Myers new Philadelphia Ohio. 15tf the health officer contemplates getting after a number people who Are hot obeying the a clean up injunction. Grandma Mentzer new Philadelphia is enjoying a visit with her daughter mrs. Ella c. Pointer. Burnside is Selling Wall paper cheaper than Ever before be sure and see his line. Fresh arrivals daily. James Kaldenbaugh and James Linn drove Over to Cadiz to Day thursday to the laying the Corner Stone the new court House John Plowman the Printer who met with a serious Accident about four weeks ago at Scio died wednesday from injuries received. A number miners from the Sherrodsville District waited upon the miners in the Vicinity Cadiz monday and induced them to shut Down. Spring wraps at half Jed be at Spring Bros store East High St. Coshocton people have organized a $10,000 company to run its own Tel phones. Why can to new Philadelphia do likewise Money in it All around. A new pavement Brick has been Laid the Senhauser Corner which is a decided improvement and a number others would do Well to follow suit. Mrs. J. E. Potts Cleveland is visiting her Friend miss e. Blanche Green Tuscarawas ave., and in attendance at the trial mrs. C. Green is w. A. Hardesty. See the summer suiting at David Maurera a w. Hight St. 18-3m a handsome tile flooring has been placed in the Sherman House office. The Job is a neat one and will add style to the place. Other needful improvements will be added. Ladies done to fail to Call at the parlor Miller amp pouts for the latest styles and Best fitting. Our prices As reasonable As any in town. 19-4 married by Rev. J. B. Rust sunday afternoon May 13, 1894, at the residence mrs. Amelia Berger Elias , Fairfield twp. And miss Amelia , Blakes Mills. Our merchants All claim Trade is improving and anticipate better times shortly. We Are glad to hear it. Let the people know it through the times that you Are in business. John Huff formerly Pike run but for the past two years Taylor Ille ind., has dead heated us out two years subscription to the times. Is it any wonder his wife got a divorce from him look Over our advertising columns and you will be convinced you too ought to be represented. This paper reaches the people and is More thoroughly read than any other paper in the City. Done to fail to Call and see Pur 50? hats we give great bargains for the next two weeks in untrimmed hats and trimmed hats go at a sacrifice. 21-2 Mattie Meanor. Parents would do Well to look to their children in regard to jumping the rope. Recently a Little girl in Cincinnati jumped 600 times and is at the Point death with a blood vessel in the brain ruptured for a Good fitting dress Call at the parlor Miller amp Fouts North Broadway. 29.4 Thomas Peker Monaca pa., a former resident this City and a valued Friend the times paid his Many friends in this City a visit the fore part the week . Peker was in the Coal business while Here. Ladies done to fail to go to Spring Bros and get a free trial that splendid lotion for the complexion Rishforth a Rose Cream. I4tf Ezra Mallarnee new Philadelphia was Down Over sunday a visit to his brother Henry. Also mrs. Emily lighten new Philadelphia visited her aunt mrs. Tiernan a few Days last press. It is claimed that the seventeen year locusts with the big a a w a the Wing has again made its appearance. A Farmer from near Bolivar brought one them to town saturday. These locusts according to superstition always come before a War famine. Billing Taylor amp pure prepared paints every gallon guaranteed. For Sale by 19-3 Geiser amp Kuenzli. Cards Are out announcing the wedding miss Clara Stoody to . Quimby Florida. Yall and see the elegant line Dress goods notions carpets lace curtains etc., at John h. Kinsey a i he finest line fancy dress goods is found at John h. Kinsey a. Rev. O. J. Accola d.d., Chicago and daughter Emma were Here attending the funeral Rev. Accola . And mrs. We. Wallick Toronto o., were in attendance at the funeral their brother in Law Rev. Accola tuesday. A very Fine entertainment was Given at the presbyterian Church i tuesday night. Those who not attend missed a Rich treat. Base Ball. Lovers the National game witnessed a fair specimen last saturday at the athletic grounds. The marines Canton played the real estates this City. The marines led off in Good style and some the Windy sports who came with them were frantic wanting to go big Odds the game. At the Middle the game the score stood 7 to i in favor the marines. All at once the miners Avent a strike and the Way they batted that Ball was a caution making 9 runs at one inning. They gave the marines their nine innings needing but eight to beat them. The big Odds chaps soon changed their tune. There will be another game next saturday May 19,which promises to number 21. Our Rural neighbors industries new Philadelphia. Below we give the number industries this City up to Date May 17, 1894. When we take and count them up it makes quite a showing As to the welfare and Prosperity the e City court House 3 school houses 18 lodges 8 incorporated companies i to. 1 to w ii it ii prom Spring Bros Are still Selling Gro be one the Best the t w a plus it. I a i v a a Ceries at Knock Down prices. We Are going to stand by the peo Jile. A trial will convince you. The a first annual banquet our High school alumni will be held Friday evening May 25, at 7 30 clock at the Central school building. Miss Mattie Crouch Mccausland Pittsburgh will be Here to sing at the alumni after the commencement in the Union schools. She was a former graduate our schools and a great favorite with our people. There will be a special Sermon to the graduates and their friends sunday evening May 20, at 7 30 clock in the lutheran Church. Rev. J. B. Rust will preach this occasion subject a the head and Best assortment screen doors and windows at Geiser amp Kuenzli. 19 3 mrs. James Mcknight Blakes Mills died saturday morning after a lingering illness stomach trouble. She was buried monday in the cemetery in old town Valley. She was the second wife i f r him As for the older servants. And leaves two children. A blessed Are those who die in the advertisers can get no better re lord a he bad 110 children and suit in the City than by patronizing Eil Yeb but his sorrowing wife. The funeral took place tuesday after -. Ackerly the crack team Canton will play the real estates this City some whom were members the Somerdale club. The game will be called at 3 clock Sharpy Standard. Died in the Rev. Oswold e. Accola son J. Accola d.d., Chicago died at the residence his father in Law Gustavus Senhauser sunday spinal trouble after a lingering illness nearly two and a half years. The deceased was 29 years 3 months and 14 Days old was a very promising Young minister and was stationed at Humbolt Nebraska in charge the German reformed Church. He married miss Matilda Senhauser about three years ago and a to As a faithful wife has nursed him during his Long illness. The death . Accola is s sad blow to the Loving Azife who had looked at onetime to a Bright future a life full Promise and Sunshine. The deceased Laboured but a Short time in the a Vineyard the lord but the Crown eternal life is As Bright the columns the times. It is found in places adhere other City papers Are not and its columns Are thoroughly perused. If you Haven to a big and Send in locals. Just try it once. Just received a Large assortment table knives and Forks from the Meridan cutlery co., Conn. Cheaper than Ever Fine goods. Call and see them at the n. Y. Racket store. 20-2 mrs. . Babcock Smith no. 12 Sumner St. Cleveland last week gave a series spiritual test seances lectures and developing circles at the residence mrs. Mary Golder in Beidler. A number deeply interested investigators the occult sciences Are living in that neighbourhood. Jaq miss Mattie Meanor has secured the services miss Lindsay Pittsburg As trimmer for the season. The firm j. J. Porter amp co. In a letter to miss Meanor says that she is one the Best milliners in the state. Miss Meanor is to be congratulated securing such experienced help which no doubt will bring an increased patronage to her store. It the Whiteley Lawn Mower runs lighter makes less noise and cuts higher grass than any Mower in the Market. For Sale by 19-3 Geiser amp Kuenzli. J. T. Beans formerly Barnhill has opened a meat Market in Somerdale. Or. Beans is a wide awake Young Man keeps the Best fresh meats All kinds and is Selling at Rock Bottom prices. Good meat honest a eight and fair prices is Arhat . Beans proposes to give his customers. Give him a Call. One the latest editions to journalism made its appearance our table this week under the name Malvern Herald and published at Malvern Carroll county. At its Masthead it bears the name h. G. Stonebrook. It is a seven column Folio and Chuck full nears. Fair sailing be to be in these hard and turbulent times. Try a Box the celebrated Pear polish for brass Nickel and Silver aware any thing that tarnishes at Halls jewelry store e. High St. 18-6 there is a Man near Dover Avaio Avants the Earth. He has a Bank Slack. During this Scarcity Coal a party decided to pull through if lie could get Slack. He sent to the Bank and paid 400 for a Load when he went for another he was asked 80? the next $1.20 and when More a Ras needed was asked $1.60. The Man told him to keep his Slack and we Hope he will. Queer Man that. New styles elegantly finished and and fully warranted buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. I5tf Harry Ackey in company with several other boys and men started for Zoar sunday his bicycle. In crossing a Bridge Harry got too close to the Edge when the handle his a Heel struck the Side rail throw ing him head Foremost Over the embankment the rocks about 12 feet below. His face avas badly Cut and bruised. He managed to get to Zoar but had to have a doctor called. He avas taken Home in the evening in a buggy he will Bear the Marks for several Days 7 you want flooring siding Ceil ing sawing any kind Wood work done take it to h. A. Parmelee a Mill fast Ray Street. 15tf we failed to get particulars in time for last a Eek a news the death mrs. John Fultz. She avas found dead in bed monday morning a week ago from paralysis the heart. She was 71 years old the widow John Fultz Avo died several years ago. She had recently returned from new Philadelphia where she had spent the Winter with her son. She was buried at Himesh c erne try tuesday Rev. Aaron Shively Bayard Cor. Minerva news. Go to Lehman a for your window shades Only 18 cents per Shade Spring rollers and 25 cents with fringe a Fine lot. Call and examine my Stock before you buy else adhere at no. 108 South Broadway new Philadelphia Place tuesday noon attended by a Large number friends and acquaintances. Rev. Rust officiating minister a it be sure and see Burnside a line Oft a ind Oak shades and lace curtains. District conference. The Neav Philadelphia District conference the m. E. Church will be held at Plainfield o., monday and tuesday june la and 12. Below is the program monday 7 00 p. M. Opening Beetham . C. Collier tuesday 8 00 a. M. Of Jiening service. j. W. Stephan minute business revivals and the care converts. Tim t c a amp hand i s. Winters class meetings and s. F. Ross and t. H. Taylor tuesday 1 30 p. M. Opening service. An a Bierce and c. M. Kirk minute business a Christian conscience.�?�. I. W. Lane and j. S. Hollingshead discussion a the duty the Church to a a re the present Industrial by tuesday 7 00 p. M. Opening ser ice. In w. G. Walters and e. S. Smith w Vang people and Church work.�?�. H. H. Westwood and til . Wood is a and his Church a e. A. A Wlliams Harlan Appleton Farmers keep your eyes peeled. Farmers if you a ant to save time Money and credit and keep out an expensive lawsuit Lookout for the number fakers paddlers lightning Rod agents Book agents and fruit tree agents now the rounds swindling right and left. A Safe and Only plan for those not familiar Avith business transactions is never to put their names to any receipt note document any kind unless they Are a Ell acquainted with the Man and know him to be All right. By adhering to this Rule worry and not infrequently Money will be saved. What they Are doing in this Busy world strife. Gilmore. Prof. Frank Gilmore and wife Christiansburg o., Are visiting . Gas father and Mother Gordon r. Gilmore and wife. Re i companies i Kev. Burt who has been visiting German society 9 churches Young relatives Here the past few weeks menus Christian Assn 20 Public returned to his Home in Michigan Halls and buildings i abstracted in titles 3 agricultural implement i Heo. Lanning was in town last dealers i agricultural implement manufacturer 2 architects 27 at gyrus Lenard our Neav photo tourneys 2 baggage transfers,1 Bak Grapher and wife moved into the ers great Eastern band 4 Banks 6 property owned by Theo. Lanning Barber shops 3 Bath rooms i Bill in monday last. Poster 8 blacksmiths 12 boarding miss Nora Gooding is Home from houses 4 books and stationary 4 Scio for a Short visit. Shoemakers t bottling works i i. I. Lanning is recovering from a brewery 3 Brick mfrs.,2 Broom Mak severe attack rheumatism. Ers i building mover i business col w 7tt a a Humble Dormer pastor lege 2 Cabinet makers i Candy Mak est Union m. E. Church but now ers 2 carpet weavers 6 China Glass. V 1 Lul Adelphia Plains preached and Quee Savare 7cigarmfrs., 2 civil in the m. E. Church sunday engineers 4 clothiers i commission Iii in self and family Are visiting merchant 9 confection eries 7 con Rixer Tiff tractors and builders 5 dentists 3 Mcconnell Tippee drayman 16 dressmakers 3 drug Noe and miss Eva Dick Freeport gifts 9 dry goods 2 Dye works i visited the former a brother in Luv electric Light co., 2 express co�?Ts.�?T, 3 and sister . Heiling and Azife sat bazaars and 5 and to cents stores urday and sunday. 7 boots and shoes i Florist 3 flour and b rank Kinsey and wife spent sat feed 3 flouring Mills 2 foundries i inlay with relatives. Fruit Grover 4 fruits nuts dealers 2 mrs. Mary Friedenburg Conte furniture and undertakers 2 Furna pates building a Large store building Ces i Gas company i wholesale Gro-7.ere,in the near future a Situa cer 33 retail grocers 5 hardware 6 to recently purchased from Clark harness and saddlery 2 hides and Mccullough. Hope the undertaking Pelt dealers 4 hotel i ice dealer 9 will be both pleasant and profitable insurance agents 3 jewellers 2 Laun Philip Shear Beidler visited dries 2 leather and findings 2 Lime relatives Here recently. Mfrs., 4 Lime plaster and Cement 5 j. La. Cochran near newcomers livery stables 3 lumber dealers t0mn�?T vein own Las week 1 role dealer 2 machine shops a miss Kila a Accett and sister mrs. 5 meat markets 5 merchant tailors Albert Hiller Cadiz and Newcom u milliners i pop mfr., 3 musical ers town respectively Are visiting instrument dealers 4 musical teach their parents Here. Ers i Nail mfr. I new dealer 5 news Theo. Morris Azife and children paper and Job offices i nurseryman Gnadenhutten were at this place u Oil dealer i optician 6 painters Utay 1 paper Mill ii pension atty 3 photog insurance arts Hendershott and gophers 15 physicians i pipe mfr. I. A Lulu Schweitzer new Phila were no 3 planing Mills 5 plasterers 2 Plum their midst the Rev. John Rettig tired in town last week. Hers 2 Pool rooms 2 railroads 6 Job became their first regular pastor Harvey Meeks visited his sister real estate agents 5 restaurants i i at the time the organization the mrs. Benj. Kinsey last week. Rolling Mill and steel a works i roof m e notice that w. O. Tomson my and tile works 26 saloons 3 Salt Newcomerstown a popular dentist is dealers 2seaving machine dealers 2 billed to be at this place May 21st sign writers 2 slate roofers i steam and 22nd. The . Is reputed to be ship agent 3 stove and tinware dealers 3 surveyors i tailor 2 tanners and carriers i Telegraph co., i Telephone 8 tobacco and Cigar dealers 2 Ante nary surgeons 4 a agon makers i Wall Imper dealers also water works electric Road and a number Coal Banks in operation in the Vicinity. Hammocks. At Lehman a Only 65 cents. Full fifteen feet Long. Come and examine them at the old stand 108 South Broadway new Philadelphia The Corner Stone the new German evangelical Church. On May 22nd, the Corner Stone the new German evangelical Church this City will be Laid with imposing ceremonies. Among those who will be present and take part in the exercises will be Rev. J. Dahlman d. D., Akron Ohio a rho will deliver the German address and Rev. J. A. Kellar i. D., Hartsville the English address. Rev. J. C. Kreush this City Avill deliver an address behalf the clergy and congregation Neav Philadelphia. Rev. Philip Schaefer canal Dover who took part with Rev. John ret Tig thirty three years ago in the exercise at the Corner Stone laying the Church now occupied by the reformed congregation has also been invited and is expected to. Be present. The following is found to be a True historical sketch this congregation since the organization the Church which no doubt will be interest to Many our older citizens if not to Many the younger. Many these people who Are mentioned in the sketch have passed Over the River and joined that Happy throng historic sketch. In the year 1848 the German evangelical residents new Philadelphia were organized into a congregation by pastor Abele and maintained a separate existence until Union with the reformed congregation was effected in the year 1886. At the time the organization John Butler and Christian Gross were chosen As elders and Jacob Doerschuk and George Englehart As deacons. The congregation was served during its history by six pastors As Follo avs Rev. Abele Rev. Philip Schaefer Rev. Wedle re Eppins Rev. Up pins jr., and Rev. Papsdorf. The German reformed people in the fall the year 1858 called into their midst the Rev. John Rettig one the most successful dentists in this part the state. Bitter Bayonet. Sherrodsville. For the last two weeks business has not been As Good As heretofore owing to the fact that mining is the principal support which the town has at present and As All the miners Here Are taking part in the general strike it makes business matters somewhat Flat so much so that the Butcher shops have almost if not closed their doors. Mrs. Dunlap and mrs. Rainsberger were visiting friends in Carrollton last wednesday. Bennedum amp son removed their livery to the Pearch barn. Or. And mrs. Geo. Tidrick Dillonvale Are visiting friends Here this a Eek. Five boys who Are Well known congregation which occurred february 20, 1859. William Reidenbach and Jacob Doerschuk were the first elders Jacob Moser and John Wenger the first deacons and John Kaserman Christian Meyer and Nicholas Kaderly the first trustees in the fall 1860 both congregations became deeply impressed with the necessity having a House the following is a program the ceremonies that has been selected Witch great care by the committee program exercises. Anthem choir. Invocation. Scripture lesson. Placing the articles in the Corner Stone. Laying the Corner Stone. Hymn congregation. Collections. German Rev. J. Dahlman d. D., English Rev. J. A. Kellar d. D., Rev j. C. Kreush. Doxology. Benediction. Fred Glouser. One the Best Stone masons in the state is doing the Stone Kavork the new German reformed Church at present being erected in this City. Messes. John Nagley amp son have the contract for the Wood work. The Brick work will be done by the Dick Bros., who Are first class workmen. The roof inf i spouting and plumbing will be done by the old substantial firm Zelner amp songs. The congregation is assured a Good Job. A Brilliant wedding. The Monroe wis evening times baking t powder absolutely pure highest a in car tar Bains powder highest All in Leavening strength food report61 8ta�?~�s government Royal baking powder co. Is Wall Street new York. Gives an account quite a Brilliant wedding that took place in that City the 10th inst in which one the principals Roy Rayburg hails from this City. The paper says a the Bride received a Large number elegant and costly gifts fitting testimonials the esteem her friends. The Bride is a Young lady Avo has grown from childhood to womanhood in the City and is very popular. She is a Young lady who makes warm friends out new acquaintances and the same cannot fail to apply to her new Home. Her Bright and cheerful disposition will bring happiness and Sunshine into the Home Over which she will preside be the Days Ever so dark. She will be greatly missed in the City among those where her company was Ever a pleasure and a Delight. While the Groom is a comparative stranger in the City he is a Young Man who has won the Friendship the family and All have Good reasons to believe that their daughter has a worthy companion in life a journey. They worship. Having agreed to Combine journey by their strength h a wl11 reside at new Philadelphia >., general meeting held n it a and congratulations and Well wishes Ion a i ,. December 13, Are extended by countless friends i860, to erect a Church which should with Tlle Why Are so Many people who formerly Patron i sized other clothiers now buying us Berkoz the people Are Quick to learn where to get resolutions respect. Be owned and occupied by both congregations. The present building the Corner Stone which avas Laid wednesday april 27, 1861, was the fruit that movement. The pastors the reformed Side up to the time the organic Union in 1886, Avert Rev. The uni. # ii am i Iii look Wuhu ay0y. ,./he a resolutions the John Rettig Rev. Carl Bank Rev. J. Death mrs. W in. I. Kennedy Ere a a adopted by the woman a foreign missionary society new Cumber land Ohio a a they rest from their labors and their works do follow gone from service to Reward dropped the worn garment the Flowers Flowers Flowers have you in the Beautiful display Flowers Ai the n. Y. Racket store new and fresh lot received daily. Going like hot cakes. 20-2 if you buy the Deering Ideal Mower with Sycicle bearings you can Cut one half More in a Day than with any other machine because the Light draft. Call Waltz amp 17tf most a a a a i Ine silk belts All shades a Ith Silver and Gold buckles at Halls jew Elry store. Ladies Call and examine them. 18_6 served them right. Some Young bloods Uhrichsville. Hired a livery Rig in that City to drive to Pike run. They Over reached their privileges and drove to near Philadelphia and thence to Newcomerstown. When they a Ria Heie tile horses shaved sign a abuse and the Young Alexs Avert arrested. In the meantime the proprietor the livery drove Over and gave the boys a taste Law. It Cost them $10 for tile Index. G. Zahner d. D., Rev. P. Greding d. D., and Rev. C. Wisner. When the present House worship was erected the evangelicals numbered Light draft Call it 110 and the reformed too commune Schweitzer agents Neav Phila. Cant members. At the time the look at Vou stored wheat. Corner Stone avas Laid Frederick i 11 Here in town were arrested thurs Al x the Zzz no t the and were e d j . Democrat says a Stotts do a a Goethe w 18 a a warning to the a a a at int Tondt Retizer ret q�t�an�?omente8watu8rtytaused it mid thfseick��?oistruntwwh0 has Ber t message a would sent us to i it i a a Bitch and Jiley a Doerschuk elders the sick list i now nip Rovig slowly removal. In Loving remembrance senator Eckley passed through Here we Riff mattttifhereby8 Christen Meyer Fruita i compiaint.aee" to be general and a Harry Shaddock left monday the 1�?zss which in t the Corner Stone contained a rec John t. Reese left for Cleveland i t do be Savior a in whom she i trusted May Comfort their sad for their Money stored his wheat for several seasons refusing at one time $1 a Bushel. Becoming discouraged he recently sold it at 50 cents. The Miller who purchased the a heat upon examination message god Ami 1 h a a 1 cuu aun Ana j aeon Doerschuk elders was utterly worthless message god would Send us in her Jacob Moger and John Wenger Den new no to he Weevil havin 6aten a a b i the Center out each kernal. The _ it seems to be general a number Farmers have thus lost some those around Here who Are in the same boat would do Well to examine their wheat. It May be the same to theirs. Of you want a Beautiful complexion use Rishforth a Rose Cream. I4tf we give style Quantity saturday to represent the miners this Valley at the operators and miners convention to be held in that City the 15th this month. Rev. Alberts is moving into the hearts while at the same time we rejoice with them in the peaceful Happy and triumphant ending her useful life. Resola de that this action he re Reese property where he will Start a to t int urls action be re hotel in the near future i no he minutes this society hotel in the near future. Has Gants Carrollton was our streets monday. New a re a a Racket store is receiving Aline line ladies underwear children and misses hats. Call and examine goods and get our prices. Be goods daily. 18-4 and that a copy be sent to . Kennedy and his family. Mrs. M. M. Maughiman pres. Anna Scott Sec. Toroid papers for Sale at this office. Just the thing to place under carpets this Spring. Come now. Marriage permits. Jno h. Benson Harriet Jones. Robt Renwick Barbara Bippus Elias j. Gooderding Amelia l. Berger. Frederick w. Hackenbracht Eva b. Voelker win. O. Whisman Belle Zachria. Henry Schwarms Cora e. Maurer. Hor a Fine suit made to order go to David Maurera a w. High St. 18-3m United in Matrimony. Charles Mathias son John b. Mathias Lead to the Hymen Al altar miss Minnie Corl tuesday evening. The wedding was a quiet affair with but but few invited guests. Miss Corl is a Bright and handsome lad with a Host friends. Or. Mathia. Is a promising Young business Man they had prepared a residence ready for occupancy beforehand. As soon As the nuptial knot was tied they took up their abode in the new Dwel a ing mrs. Lucy Joss fair St. The times extends congratulations. Prot pm the neighbourhood. Peter High stauffer the Lou Doin Ille advocate is kept awake at nights with a $3,000 libel suit his mind. The Democrat that place advises Pete to it and ease his conscience. Jno. W. Helfrich the Carrollton jeweler had his residence tapped by burglars to the tune $500 Worth watches etc., thursday night last. Editor Gaumer the Zanesville signal goes right along hammering out heavy editorials notwithstanding a $20,000 libel suit tapis. Bowers town people have begun to think they Are living Over an . Field and will now a Drill be terriers Bro. Hosick the Mineral Pointer is counting the Long weary hours that bespeak the closing the two saloons that town. An extensive obituary is forthcoming. A Squire Herron Scio says he is not dead. He ought to know. If any one has dry Maple sugar lumber they can find a Market for it at h. A. Parmelee a Mill. I5tf the hotel at Mineral Point has become a very popular hostelry under the management s. M. Mckee. We took dinner there tuesday and found an elegant spread All that the season affords and claim that his table is first class equal to any in larger towns. Done to fail to Stop with him. Two front rooms and two rear rooms for rent Over the jewelry store h. E. Espenschied a South Broadway suitable for residence. Inquire below at the store. 15tf. H. E. Espenschied. High school commencement. The Twenty ninth annual High school commencement will be held thursday evening May 24, at 7 30 clock in the lutheran Church. Tickets for reserved seats will be Sale at Halls jewelry store monday May 21, at 12 clock noon. Admittance 25 cents. Look Here at Lehman a 5 and to cent store you can get Wall paper at 6, 8 and to cents per double Roll. A Large lot just received new patterns. Remember Lehman a is the cheapest place in town for All kinds goods. 108 South Broadway new Philadelphia Persons desiring to take lessons in Oil Crayon wish any work in either Call at this office address Beulah Morgan canal Dover New cases common pleas Cour t. Joseph b. Ramage is Marion h. Butler. Foreclosure proceeding. We. A Hansel is Franklin w. Mccauley. Action for Money. Eliza Smith is John w. Lytle. Foreclosure proceeding. John nagely and Charles is Dorothy Bunch. Attachment proceeding. John nagely amp son is Dorothy Bunch. Attachment proceedings. Elizabeth Carroll is Annie b. Douglas it a1. Foreclosure mortgage. Owen Donohue is John m. Smith. Appeal. Simon b. Emerson is Adam Stoker. Action for Money. Alexander e. Dewitt is Samuel Dunlap. Action for damages. Edwin Mansfield is Mary Lucas it a1. Attachment proceeding. Abraham Klinordlinge is Carrie Lute. Action for Money due account. Any faded garment can be made to 00k Nervand fashionable if you will color it Over with magic dyes. Rich shades fast colors do not Crock. Sold at gents chs drug store. Buy the Deering Ideal Mower that took first prize at the worlds fair. It is the Only Mower made with Ball bearings. Waltz amp Schweitzer 7tf new Philadelphia Ohio. Bote the evangelist and the Kir Chen Zeitung and a Bible with this inscription a the German reformed congregation and the German evangelical by. Paul a congregation Neav Philadelphia herewith build a House god in fraternal Unity and Lay their Corner Stone upon the truth holy scripture and Jesus Christ the author and finisher their Faith their love in life their Hope in we 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 Frea from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville by. A Chicago Man has a horse which and Quality death Tho co Man Nas a Norse which in amp a with .t8norlcie8�?T "7e0mpa a. Raised near Waterloo. Iowa that hied with similar ones with a record the Church now building will be deposited in the Corner Stone the new edifice. The brotherly relation Between the two congregations continued unbroken for Twenty five years when finally the Wisdom a still closer association having been agitated dui ing the pastorate the ministers Eppins and Papsdorf the evangelical and the pastorate Rev. Wisner the reformed Side the two congregations in 1886, former an organic Union under the name the German evangelical reformed Church. Rev. O. J. Accola d. became the first pastor the new organization and served the Congre gation until october i 1890. In no vember the same year he was succeeded by the present pastor Rev. J. B. Rust. In the course time in View the growing necessities the congregation the desirability having a Central location and a More commodious House worship a building project began to be agitated. This movement finally culminated in a Call for a congregational meet ing which was held january 29, 1893. On that occasion the project which had been discussed for some time shaped itself into the adoption a Resolution to erect a new Church edifice. To this end the following members were chosen As a building committee messes. J. Kaderly f. Glauser Philip Sehl Chas. Zellner j. J. Parr we. Schauffler John Cert Charles Dick and Arnold Gatcher. In due time the property owned by Hon. J. A. Buchanan the Corner West fair and fifth streets a most Beautiful spot was purchased As the site for the new Church and w. H. Nicklas and s. Lappin were chosen As architects. A Honor to whom Honor is due the building committee have Ren dered valuable service both to the congregation and to the City. The new Church will not Only be an inspiring spiritual Home for the Ger Inch High and weighs is 22 hands i 3,027 pounds. Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best halve in the world for cuts bruises Hores ulcers halt Rheum fever Hores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and a1�?T to min eruptions and positively cure i Des no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25? per Box Lor Sale by f. C. Miller amp Hon. Persons wanting Coal will leave orders at Mathias amp Dicks store. G. W. Mathias. Wanted reliable Man permanent position. Hend stamp and reference. A. T. Morris this paper. 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 May 28, 1894. Mrs. Lida Menter . Add March Frank w. Leggett Lizzie Lake David Laughridge Frank Kinsey Ella Luchins Sarah e. Gray mrs. John Keizer ionian Charles Brown John w. English Silas Meese. Please say a a advertised when asking for above. Wyss p. M. Wanted an intelligent Man a Good Penman a member h. Of v. Or school teacher preferred to superintend the work a corps agents canvassing for a specially in the county Tuscarawas o., also to take charge the delivering and collecting steady employment to right party. Address j amp co., 233 South sixth Street Delphia a. $ see for yourself i the new clothiers and furnishes new Philadelphia Ohio Good w. C. Phila-21-3t have each to the Public. I wish to announce that i started a milk route and will Day deliver pure clean milk at the door any one wishing to buy. A share the Public patronage is earnestly solicited. Yours respectfully 18-tf Valentine Doerschuk. Satisfy yourself by seeing the largest and Best Stock farm wagons Spring wagons and buggies at John Myers North Broadway new Phila Delphia Ohio 15tf p a our merchants tailoring is a up to Date in styles fit and workmanship. A Large assortment Domestic and imported fabrics to select from

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