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Semi Weekly Age, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1888, Coshocton, Ohio THE SEMI-WEEKLY AGE 6 CENTS PER COPY THE RIGHT OF PRIVATE JUDGMENT IS ABSOLUTE IN PER YEAR VOLUME 64 COSHOCTON OHIO FRIDAY SEPTEMBER NUMBER 71 ADVERTISING RATES TMI Office good clean Cotton Rags for wiping machinery A good price will be pawl Co F tt came Tuesday night pretty well tired out but still in the ring The enjoyed the ment hugely TUB Judge since oar last report hai issued or the rlage of the following named L C Shaw and Leola Elder Divver and SalUe S Cullison Frank W Hendenon and Elk Baker A REPUBLICAN meeting will be held at Coalport Saturday evening Sept 8th Capt E Z Hays will address the meeting on the living of the day Let there be a routing turnout of all who ars opposed to free trade and in favor of protecting American industries on the Division ot the shocton and Southern railway be- tnd Dresden hat been tween here points for want of right of way The completely blocked except at two AT TM ff ST OF- AS CLAM MAIt MATTM dett to in 4 mine L L H wife has accepted MR W R roam so long proprie for of Home at Newark is dead Burial TMS ol the buiMing at Newark tht out that lart ordered to be taken down church at will be a concert in the New Moscow night September liven by the Juvenile under of G F Rosh or New Day the first day of the year 5049 The merchant! of the Jewish faith tork a and their rk serf till 6 p M Ray A B NICHOLAS of Gambier General Missionary the ol the Ohio Episcopal Church will preach at Sunday and evening at the usual AT the Council meeting Tuesday night there was no business transacted but the allowing bills to the amount of Nothing was said of the Water Works project The subject of widening Eight street was informally discussed and a proposition was made looking obtaining of the con- sent of those property owners along thi who have not already given the ground for the additional width THE doctors lawyers editors and wise people of Coshocton seem to be sorely vexed over the diagnosis of a supposed case of smallpox that has in their midst To remove all doubts about the matter the patient has been removed to a safe distance and every precaution taken to prevent the spread of the disease even should their worst fern be bus MR JAMES DUNCAN has a most complete desk for which he is ing for a patent The desk is called Optical Adjustable desk and may be I to height of seat The op is movible and adjustable It may be moved up or down to suit the height of the pupil or it may be ad- jured to tiy angle It is claimed by that it is the most perfect desk ever made A sample desk may be seen in Mr Duncan's room near THE AGE office PROBABLY the finest wheat crop raised by any one person in the of as ckl and widely known hotel man f f thai town died bat day at the of 89 years Mr Houck wai weU known over two of Ohio OHIO'S great Centennial Exposition at opened with a grand street parade and appropriate exercises in the great amphitheater in the State Agricultural Grounds The Exposition is now in full blast and promises to be a great success Next week will be Grand Army week and strangers are to be in line In the great G A R parade of Tuesday men are expected to be in line The railroads give rates of one cent per mile We wish all our the good fortune to attend the Exposition at some point of its pro gress THE disease of which mention was made a week ago has proven to be small pox The whole family of Elias H oil tnd nine in number have succumbed to the disease and one the authorities has not relaxed An extra nurse has been hired and sent relief of family which is in a deserted house across the river a mile from town There is no fear on the part of the citizens here that anything more will be heard of the disease in town although there would have been plenty of cases by th's time bad not the precautions been taken Dr A M Dent is in attendance and is ing every precaution to avoid the spread of the That there is no danger is evidenced by the fact that there are no other It will be remembered that the disease made its appearance nearly three weeks ago and that the patient was removed be- fore the period of desquamation had begun which is the period at which the roost danger is experienced The citizens are very easy over the ter feeling perfectly secure The two exceptions above noted are at Rock Run and Indian Point where solid rock cuts will have to be made that will require many days of labor yet The of the way to made bv Mr Robert Cochran ard Mr Wm Cox of Trinway Mr Cochran demands per acre for his ground and Mr for foe the right of way th o It is to be hoped tht work con his farm P S Since the abow was pot m type the difficulty baa been adjusted and work wiH be resumed TOT held their terly seanon this week at which the usual annual settlement was made Bnt little special business was done C S Joseph Stubbs Samuel Haxton C A Shroyer Robt McFailand Phillip Bibie Jackson Randies two claims Win H Crawford James Davis Eliza Bible J B Burt 20 25 30.00 900 1000 1365 2900 75 3000 Total COMMON Pleat court will convene next wtek with Judge Nicholas on bench There are 107 civil and nal cases on the docket for disposition iy this session Wav should this trid the growing dis- in the Union send a free trader to There is no reason for it other than the strength of party ties the wool glowers and laboring men of this district did not believe that the Republican Senate would save them from free trade they would desert the free trade ship of Democracy Hot many of them believe the Senate wtt Republican and thus defeat uy But why Mt send a to this represent our sentiments rather than A vote tor Captain Lybarger a vote in favor of Sime interest while a vote for Capt Owens is a vote for free Newark American A SUIT has been entered on the docket at the Clerk's office wherein Howard askes for a voice from his wife Georgette man alleging willful absence and gross neglect of duty Mrs the daughter of Rev Fisher formerly living in this county but now at Steubenville The petition recites an state of affairs claiming that Mr has at all times been a dutiful and kind bus b nd ever since the marriage which took place in February 1886 that on P1BS01IAL F H McDonald is visiting friends in Nelsonville 0 May Collier will go to ware to morrow to attend school Sophia Tailmadge starts to school at Adrian Michigan next Monday and Mrs A D Miller have gone to Newcastle Pa to visit lives of Mrs Miller Charles Cornell Ward and Will Compton of Washington ship leave for week to at- tend college Charles Geidel of Roscoe returned Tuesday from a visit to friends in Lancaster and other towns in Southern O Wilcoxon and wife of California are expected to visit friends ia this city about the ol American Gertrude Miller who has been visiting the family of F K Kin ney for the past month returned to her home in Coshocton this morning Repository or about May ist 1887 Mrs the teport of the Infirmary man to the home of her parents hut a that Directors to the this week we glean the Hate Total No of at last si IB S on a visit to remain but a week MRS JACOB SCHWARTZ died at her residence in Delaware Wednesday morning her remains were brought to yesterday for burial The funeral took place in the M E Church yesterday afternoon and the remains were temporarily ed in the vault in Oak Ridge tery The deceased was the sister of Mr John of Coshocton and Mr Newton of saw at the expiration of that time he went n iQ for her bat that she toU reats objected to her ever living with him again that she told him to on the Saturday and she would M MS fo with him that he returned as re- BUI beatia S M t Total S IS 1 1 IS 41 quested and she refuted to go home ss W Total lev Some ol the items of and and all the receipts are are as follows OUTDOOR Physicians Supplies food fuel clothing etc SALARIES AT THt INFIRMARY this Rtv JAS preaches his well sermon at and Louisville on Sabbath the and at Warsaw Mountain the inst fie desires a full house that his may close will be a rally at witt ail club on tendance M Hoo the A n n A at- from ty this year has just been threshed by Threshing Co of Lewisville The crop was raised by Ed McCabe on what was for met ly known as the Wood near Canal Lewisville The crop amounts to 1195 bushels from 62 acres making an average of bushels to the acre Honest efforts bring reward such is the case with Mr McCabe though he has not had the years of experience lhat many have he has made many fearless trials to learn and now stands as one of our best gram raisers By way he is a good Republican too THE imports and exports of the United States for the last fiscal year the year ending June 30 1888 Exports 691 826 533 meals Balance against are investigating For tne United Kingdom of Great of the at T so ai 1B same time they to fix tr e resp The I dispatcher ard at this Exports iot LA the were to her SO plaintiff in the case My attention has been call to an in your paper of the 24th nk in which you say Mr Lybarger must not get too funny The gag is a chestnut while past legislative Do Pan Handle gin of the disease is a perfect mystery THE Rochester N Y heretofore a Democratic paper and m 1884 a supporter of Cleveland now supports Harrison and gives hs sons in the following The economical the dent is pernicious to the country and its industries and above all ruinous to the of the North The Mills representing the principles hid down by Mr Cleveland in his message on tariff question fiss nothing less than the ruin of our industrial a revision of the tariff giv ing ail advantages to the South and paralyzing or crippling the industries of the North We cannot possibly advocate protection for the South and free trade for the that is the long aud short of the so-called tariff reform This is by no means imaginative and we have no desire to frighten anybody but it is a complete reality tnd W ages paid RECEIPTS 539 other counties a b form sate of st cfc I aah form Cash fro I other sources Value of farm products THE following letter from Cal Brice tot young friend of his a prominent young of Cleveland will be appreciated when it is remembered that Mr Meaher has always been a Democrat and prominent in the cils of the party We recommend the reply especially to the prayerful con- of the Democrat ani you SCHOOL teachers in the western part of the county will be pleased to read the following from the Mt nen Mr L B Houck of has been appointed County School Examiner by Judge vice Coleman Boggs whose lime had ex Mr has a most efficient and his retirement from the is regretted Mr Houck is a worthy sor and the standard of proficiency will not surfer at his hands NEW YORK Aug 16 1888 Mr K Mealier Cleveland MY DEAR wish you would at your earliest convenience write me to the outlook in Ohio what element are with us this year that were not with Os last and what local issues if any will have any influence in the campaign Many of our friends are urging me to the belief that we have a good fighting chance to carry Now I take it that you allude to legislative enactments passed whilst I was a member of the General bly therefore I respectfully request that you do me the fator to ransack the journals of the 6 2nd General As sembly and publish without seotation TEXT OF EVERY FOR WHICH I VOTED EITHER FOR OR AGAINST together with all the PENDING AMENDMENTS AND DON'T NEGLECT TO GIVE MY VOTE ON THE BARKLEY CON- I TESTED ELECTION CASE in which I UOt only voted but spoke against the re- f ort of the Committee on Privileges and and which report the ousting of the cratic member from Mahoning Mr Barkly and giving his seat to the Re- publican There is no ord kept of speeches as m the al House of Representatives but i I you will hunt up of the old ties of the Plain Dealer and other Democratic The K C B took in the lawn at what is called Elliott's Chapel Saturday rendered some very fine music tnd was treated the greatest respect Miss Nancy Boyd spent last week in New Bedford with her sister Mrs Joe Robertson Mr G G Andrews tod wife spent Saturday and Sunday with J D er ard family W R has taken t contract to cut Mrs Marf winter wood Samuel Hamilton of Newark is spending a tew weeks with hit uncle James Hamilton Misses Eva and Emma Jacobs spent Sunday with Harry Soule and wife spent and Thursday Martin Pugh Thompson Glass and Miss Etta Turner were in Chili visiting friends Saturday and Sunday Quite a number of the Keeoe folks will go to Columbus next Monday to attend the G A R encampment and see the sights in W E Foster spent test Saturday evening at Martin Noah Turner is shaking with his old comrades Dresden Kra Lwis Cassel and Mrs John Schumacher Jr spent Thursday tt Frazeysburg Mr George Schuler Newark was the guest of his grandfather Mr Geo last week Misses Annie and Lilla were at last Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Rev Hissey of b of Mr and Mrs Granvitle Reasoner Mr and Mrs John Hornung spent Sunday at Newark Messrs Cofte and Hay and Misses Hornung and Wendell drove up from Sunday and were the guests of Misses Addie and Horaung Mrs Charles Snyder aud children of were visiting her mother Mrs Stiers last week The M E Church hell their terly meeting last Sabbath Mr and Mrs J McGinnis spent Saturday and Sunday at Zanesville An ice cream supper was given at the residence o Mr and Mrs Frank Lacy above town Saturday evening A very small crowd attendance but an enjoyable time was had by all present I A meeting be htU at the September 8th tor the pees of organising a dub Let all the in that and ad- joining townships turn out Tbt meeting will be addressed by W A and L A Id I wiM teach a class in telegraphy if a timber can be secured commencing W ttt Apply to eot A B If rs Geo McMurphy and Minnie Belle of White Eyes 1 pest of Whit last Sabbath Mean Arnold Wilson and W A Calhoun of this place sold some tot young cattle to a Mr Hit of Can P hundred a few since Mr Whit wears a broader smite than ever on his tenance because it's a cook At the M B parsonage West ford O- by Rev T G Roberts Sept 5 1888 Mr Diwer and Miss S Cullison all of Coshocton county Mooting at The Cleveland Canton Railroad will seU special excursion tickets tember ii ia 13 and 14 from all stations to Cleveland attend Fall Meeting aw the Cleveland Driving Park ny at one fare foe the round trip td Special to Monday September For the grand demonstration of the G A R at Columbus on Tuesday September a special excursion bain will be run to Columbus on Monday via the Pan Handle to all wishing to and September 10 Route leaving Coshocton at p m Tickets will be sold at rate of for the found trip good ing until September ioth by regular trains stopping at their By special arrangement tht time bam of the tickets can be extended until October so For farther to the agent 7 AT LAST Captain has been heard from He made bis first limb like utterance at Lock and a fact of peculiar significance is the death of several sheep which were frightened by the parade and ran into a barb wire fence Another fact of peculiar Gio has returned I Thus it will ever be the nearer worn a long pleasant visit with friends I trade t country is the greater the at Hamilton She will shortly have a balance of trade against it all other new hne of fall and winter things being equal In 1884 the mat try the nkc of which never I er thus with m Coshocton Due an- of their arrival will be in THE AGK WE publish today an open letter j fore the logic of facts com significance is that Owens in his speech pels us to oppose Mr Cleveland to the last PROSECUTING ATTORNEY SAMUEL WINDY H NICHOLAS announcer that he proposes to THE AGE morrow night at Plainfield came out squarely for free wool He has smothered his sense State and it their opinions are well grounded we ought to go into the fight and win Will you also kindly cate the name of some active discreet Democrat in each of the townships in your county with whom we can spond When in New York I should be glad to see you at headquarters where may have the benefit of your suggestions and advice Very re- yours CALVIN S BRICE Chairman Mr letter is as CLEVELAND O Aug afi 1888 8 Bitoe Chairman National DEAR to your favor of the which pressing business wool He engagements have prevented my an- of right and swering until this time I must say that I 1 papers of that date and publish what they said about me it will make high ly interesting reading for your Demo cratic readers just now Do you catch on After you have done all this say to your readers that I have no tion of a single vote that I would change under similar circumstances and that there is no enactment for which I voted that I would have re- pealed and there is no I voted I against that I would vote for now Very Respectfully E L LYBARGER The members of the M E Church and congregation oo Keene circuit also the personal of Rev and Mrs Jai Torbet without regard to church relations ars cordially invited to take basket dinner with them at the parsonage on the Ma AND MRS DON'T fail to attend the Fal Race Meeting at Cleveland Driving Park September n is 13 and 14 One fare for the round tnp via Cleveland Canton Railroad Tickets good to turn until td POULTRY wanted at S J Avondale What kind of wheat shall we is earnestly discussed by farmers just now We learn that Hamilton WE learn of the recent marriage of Mr J F cf Washington Hon E L Lybarger to the hip to Miss Ella Wallace of Bar Standard The same ought also I J risen county Mr and Mrs Dicker pear n this week to Hanison Standard the Standard to-day The in its usual unfair way we understand Coshocton endeavored to give its to county wiH lose t good staunch Re- and an excellent and Harrison county will be so much the We extend congratulations WM BLACK drew the Watch Saturday ia Brooke Watch dub drawing A new Club ia feinting don't you to ae dollar a week understand that there was something dark in Mr record in the Legislature Mr Lybarger invites the Standard to show up that dark part of his record The Standard cannot I show up any thing The gauntlet is hi sure of a It only Every wilt move their this t Block recently occupied by W W held thrown down the we understand that he proposes to de vote his time to fighting THE AGE a favor for which THE AGE can scarcely be sufficiently thankful for anything that has the benefit of Windy's is sure to thrive He the submission of the prohibition question to t vote of the people of shocton and gave thai cause such a boom by so doing that the question was immediately submitted and had the election been held while the at was surcharged with the wind evolved in his effort before the duty to his farmer neighbors in the dire the outlook in Ohio 1 strait to which they have been reduced for by Grover ana the Mills and at- I lowed himself to be whipped in The Newark American gives the sheep slaughter and the Captain's flop the following It is related as an indication of the terror the free trade gang have for the flock of the farmers that a flock of fine wool sheep to the number of two Probate Court The will of Daniel Whittemore de- ceased admitted to probate Widow elects to take under will D G temore appointed executor In the matter of the estate of Adam has replaced his old engine with anew one of the latest pat era and is ing again as usual Mr Will Blanchard formerly of shocton has moved his family here and has opened a shoe shop and re- freshment stand Will is an dating fellow and well deserves a share of the public patronage The Adair Sisters graduates of the Columbus Blind Asylum en- in the halt Monday and Tuesday evenings which reflected much credit upon themselves and upon the efficient and thorough training of the school for the blind Lank Barrack has returned from tnd hw resumed his duties here as agent and operator for the C C to tot A R M The National Encampment of the G A R wilt be held in Columbus Ohio from September nth to Extensive preparations have made by the citizens of Columbus for the entertainment of the veterans and their fri nda The prominent ing leaden of the armies of the North be present tnd Mrs V Grant and Mrs John A Logan nave accept ed invitations Excursion tickets will be sold worn rate of to bus from September 8th to nth in elusive good returning until September toth By special mat upon haw the limit of their tickets extended up to and including October going to Columbus can obtain definite and further by to the agent at station named above Land via P take it up if it dare Lying won't do The record has been appealed to now tnd if the Standard has any capacity except to lie let it show up to a long suffering community In the to the ronsn m the Mf U making t splen did canvass EVERY who attends the G A R Encampment tt Columbus ceded by men ot party who are in position to judge The few in the State are with you this year as they always are but the tions in the ranks of the wage earners growing out of the free trade insanity you have adopted will lose the party thousands of votes in Ohio Grover Cleveland's unwarranted pension vetoes and the bad break of the local organ Gault deceased inventory and The Society of filed I this M E Circuit will give t conceit The executors of the of David I O lhc HaU Sunday Brillhart deceased filed seventh ac AJI are invited count The win of Matilda Johnson de- E mer Mirer of Chili succeeds A H Wallace as clerk in IE Laid Explorers tickets dred were pasturing in a field near the jo the soldiers of the on which one of these Demo and have highway on which one late war stupid and bigoted have cratic processions were making their made the element almost way towards the meeting led by loudly Republican band of music became frightened and In regard to your cany ing Ohio or alter running about the field for a tune even a fighting chance here made a cUsh through a barb wire fence the who have so advised know ceased admitted to probate tnd John Johnston's store Johnson appointed executor I Mr has his press S S Simpson was uj the smtH boys an school examiner for t term of three much interested tt the mill years I Rev Sam Jones was the guest of In the matter of estate of John I Meide for several days this week S Elliott deceased inventory and tp filed The will of Gideon August 35 the fallowing D C should Register his name regiment the town would have gone dry by a two-thirds majority He an- v the awarding of the Electric Light contract to the Gas Company and that measure went through with a whirl that stopped whirling yet He antagonized the nomination of J B Owens for Congress having t slight preference for Beriah but Fisher Forbes Co sat down on that worthy with t dull thud that can be heard re- and several of them were killed in the nothing of the situation Indeed it attempt to escape and that a Urge u t you not carry a northern State The sending number more were so lacerated by gony crat sheep hate good reason or fleeing from a Democrat and the campaign by Democratic don't wonder tt this flock doing just company tnd post office address on I throughout the length and the Registration which wiH be breadth of the Sixteenth District yet Mary in the tnd tt He antagonized the appointment ot headquarters immediately I on the delegation tothe Cess G E H Webb E Hr Columbus tnd thus be I Congressional Convention and the in J R one year each that all the information of those delegate for appear free of expense in the in a two bouts cyclone before the ROB of Heroes or Official Roster the County Central Committee and that publication of which by regiments 1 body him out in such an at Coshocton begin the week after the i form that he had to hire j the Kid from Washington township to ate There wii certainly be no dehy in groan for him for a week Numerous are doing I registering when the comrades can be eked wherein are to get Said in old l thing stupid President Cleveland's coward at low round trip rates wii be told on September nth tnd via the Lines west of Pittsburgh to representative points Elites Colorado Iowa Dakota Montana Wyoming Texts These be good for return T A Lockard is pushing his tew dwelling toward completion with ceased admitted to probate The weather has been cool health The administrator of the estate of I good our people quiet industrious Sarah White deceased filed first and I tnd generally attending to their own Railway hnal account t lousiness but there an ominous The guardian of the minor heirs matters of Thomas A Johnson partial account Are Uncle Benny EVERY reader of this paper ought to make arrangements to attend the Cen tnl Ohio District Fair at town Ohio which will be held as they did I cant see how Uce writing his letter acceptance who votes that trus fall can ever ebe against the v I our party in The again look a the be cast this fan for Harrison and the protection of the interest men cf toil and many of prominence in this city snd We are pleased to hear that Captain do not want free trade and they Owens has tt last come out flat footed wa n November As for for the Mills Cleveland's message i free to admit that my vote sod now stands as he should do on the platform of his party for free trade This will enable the farmers and ing men to vote for or free trade as Captain E L Ly bargor the Republican candidate stands pledged to a protective tariff A Larnut written to Hon Wm at Washington announcing to him that the Republican Crab here has been named far him The follow I fear O j 3 4 the nand oa wa now aw te are Stale are with me Most respectfully yours JAMES K ing acknowledgement has been receiv Da WM W of Toledo who botn acd raised in county died at his home in the city ol Toledo August of apoplexy His wile was tt the tune of Mr HOUSE OP U S D C tt the WORK on the Electric Light plant what b better suH the probably begin next week The many an I engine has already been shipped and alone is now on the way It was tt not which to the heirs thought tht work could be this place taking unusual Hunt and Parachute Aerial Artiste have been engaged to leap out of a baloon when Puat store Dr Lee's Smith's ALL jacs at St MOKEY TO LOAM m of and upwards on b Address Philadelphia and will New Philadelphia an exhibition drill on wui be much better vear than usual tt they are giving JsW money and the of some of the best horses to Besides the above W M Surra sod no and she died on the std Her name was Rebecca Given daughter of James Given of the Both m bodies brought back to Uusceun- toth 1888 for burial and interred in CWM o w Mohawk cemetery on Sunday the beg to acknowledge oh At the Tune of Dr the receipt of your esteemed oft he was Sherif of Lucas me of reach ol attraction ad I good things which one ought to Excursions on si the railroads There wiB be paid 8 Parents can educate e co so that the be of Fair week but that idea ami of your dub tion of the honor they have wB MBW am adhere last week of the death of Ina daughters of Mr tad Root wbo a few years to be pore ttl tt1 The twelfth annual Weft Uu ta AB tern of this The atrict education the mchof cmV i 1 t r I JEWS PA PER
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