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   Semi Weekly Age, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1886, Coshocton, Ohio                               THE SEMI-WEEKLY AGE Entered the at Ooahecten Wall Matter. PER YEAR. THE RIGHT OF PRIVATE JUDGMENT IS ABSOLUTE IN EVERY AMERICAN CITIZEN.-Garfield. 3 CENTS PER COPY VOLUME 62. COSHOCTON, OHIO, TUESDAY, JUNE 1- 1886. NUMBER 44 ADVERTISING RATES. Onetlmn ..........................Me. per Inch Two times, consecutively.............20c. Three times .............18c. XourUines ..............16e. Six times "..............1ZM? Ten times .............We, Mich additional lOc. Inch. Special on yearly contracts. Transient Adrertlsinft M cents per Inch. Locals 10 cento line each Insertion. Black type 15 cents line brevier measurement For special position U per cent, will be added. Display advertisements not Inserted on this page. All notices o! Festivals, Entertainments, etc., will be charged for at full ad- vertising rates, Ailverttmments sent to Ibis paper, accompanied by money, will be Inserted only to tbe value thereof, wlUvxit refeience to tbe number ol Insertions re- queoted, wxl In no event money be returned, OMMHT netlM IX not wwe tku ton lines win be toMMtfM. All wUWooal nMter will be charted lor at the rate of five pw Hue. Obituary pvetrr nnd resolutions of rmpeet will be charged for In every IrjfUnn. Watch the date to which your tub- tcriptiun u paid, and if in arrears malice prompt settlement. ADDITIONAL local on page 2. A MARKIAGE license was issued Sat- urday to Albeit Madison and I'hebe MR. Wu.i. Pomerene has returned from Cincinnati Law School. His grad- uation is noticed in the education- al column. Pttor. HUDSON, of Mt. Unioa Onia, will conduct a song service in Grace M. E. Church thu, Tues- evening. ON cne side of the'street on a square in Coshocton there are forty-two child- ren, and it is not a very good street for children, either. A CAME of baseball was played Sat- urday between the Newark and Cosh- octon clubs, on the Coshocton grounds. Coshocton was victorious. booming towns of Kansas, and th people are ever on the push. We are glad to know that Mr. Seward's lot is cast among such people. CHARLES DAVIS, the criminal who open the safe at Centerburg, Knox county, last winter, has been in- dicted by the Knox county Grand Jury, but before he can be taken in, he has to serve two years ia the Penitentiary, point much lower than the road, the plaintiff has, at considerable expense, constructed and stocked a fish pond. "Plaintiff complains that the defend- ant, as Supervisor of roads, threatens to construct a ditch from the north summit southward, along the west side of the road, so as to turn from the road and on to his land and into his fish pond, water now that now flows elsewhere; and he asks that the defendant be enjoined from constructing such ditch. The injury having been sentenced last week by SOUghtto be prevented is the turning Hamilton county court, upon convir- of water from the road into the fish pond; the making of the ditch is but a means. "Lands adjoining a public highway owe to the highway a servitude, vary- ing according to right of the public being to have the highway kept open and in repair; the lion of the crime of burglary. THE Canton "A Coshocton Repostory has this: correspondent says: 'The Blood directors are fearful that the Corbia-Parlin faction will assume control of the Cleveland and Canton Railroad by using force, and every night upon reaching the roundhouse each locomotive is so crippled that it would be impossible for one not familiar with the mode employed to run an engine out.' Perhaps there is z. good deal of sensation in it." IT is plainly evident that the fence around town property has got to go. A sentiment is growing against it, and is growing stronger every day. The assumption is in building a fence, it is to prevent trespass. But as an obstruction to that it :s of very little worth. The desire for beauty about the home, aided by a proper taste, has cut down the size of fence, as a general thing, until a man can almost step over it. It is "steadily growing smaller and beautifully less." At a number of reside ices in Coshoc- ton it has been abandoned altogether, and with its disappearance there is a proportionate increase in the good of a lawn. MR. OLIVER LONG, of Harrison, O., was delegate to the Grand Lodge K. P. at Youngs'.own, last week, and on his return visited over Sunday with friends in Coshocton. in Coshocton Saturday there was not an arrest made by the police officers. This speaks well for the morals of those who attend on these occasions. THE Kids and Mossbacks will meet in battle array next Saturday, in the primary election The ;s a relic of barbarism; of the wild, uncouth of the Pilgrim Fathers. Its ongu. palisade, built to keep out the wilu and murderous savage. As they dis- appeared it became smaller, and will tence. In towns wneic other animals have freedom it is neces- sary, but in towns like Coshocton it is a thing of such small utility that it is being discarded. right of the land-owner being to en- joy his property unmolested, except so far as the public necessity actually de- mands. An improvment of the high- way, necessary and reasonable, may always be made, but in the making of it regard must be rnd for the rights of adjacent property, and the imprave- ment must be so made as to avoid needless injury to such rights. The statute authorizes the Supervisor to enter upon the adjoining knas and make drains or ditches when neccs-. sary for the benefit of the road. The court decided that the making of the ditch was A necessary improve- ment and the injunction was dissolved. New Machinery for The Semi- Weekly Are. The ciiculation of THE SEMI-WEEK. LV AGE has become of such magnitude that new facilities are almost constant- ly necessary for the prompt printing and delivery of the papers to its army of readers. Last week we purchased and now have in operation one of Bascom's Improved Newspaper Fold- ers, which folds the paper by steam power, just as it goes into the hands of jatest news. is now Some More Taxpayers Below is a list of taxpayers in pre- cinct No. i, of Tuscarawas township, who pay taxes on personal property of and over, as returned by Asses- sor Mohler: JohnC Elliott H W Henderson James Lcrmon Intlum; Lennuii Moore Caton.. Ilenrr Bar...... W w Boswlck Wm Burns Jr Coiihocton Paper Co J A Compton....... Beiijiimln Coe J M I'ompton.... Dave Wagoner t nlbarlne uijlevle... Jiiinea Common A tirnutmii WraE ueunimi..... HIM: Miller Louise Frew...... JESFrcw Lucy W Frew........ BE Finley.......... I O O F Lodge..... J C fisher .155% isao 1310 IWIi 10SO 3115 2MN) 1-feO 1100 I SOU 1075 I TOO 1000 1100 I WK Samuel Gamble.............................. Hay .t Ransom Jackson Jaiie Hay............ JolinM Lee.......... JoeK Johnson........ Wm Lockarel Sr Mrs Gey Lorenz..... Mcb'itrluml John Mulllipin KcIM Morlley JFMeek........... SI tt McNatighlori O SI Moore John i'hrtrlon..... W II Robinson T Joe L Ituo..... I) Worth nickctts. Son.... Selby, Moore Baton. A Hrwn...... Mrs OMSchlah....... MwF SMI CMOO wo-n 2340 1050 1610 15SI! 2500 1145 2051) 61100 BASteranon Soluuhrbw Mrci ____H witoon Willis Wrirtat Mrs W W -alker.. heir tlOO MOO 1301) HOU 1480 Win walker, trustee o( Mr McUtnnUy Mist Hoomnlty Births and Deaths The Assessors' returns of the births and deaths in Coshocton county last year, as filed with Piobate Judge Blackman, show that there were 582 biiths and 209 deaths, divided among the several townships as follows; Births Deaths Mule I'emule ilnle Female CANTON is to havj electric light, The Kids are claim-j but they are to have it without any ing everything and declare that the aid from the town Council. The Mossbacks are on the run everywhere. Uchuyler Electric Light Company '-----------------------out I made the town Council a proposition the reader, and is capable of folding 2700 per hour, if the feeder is expert to supply the sheets. At pres- ent it is iu_ ,t the rate Qf ISQO per hour. By its use w. _ enabled to hold our paper to within a few printed and folded by steam, and mailed with one of the fastest and best mailers in use, and has more and j Monroe betler machinery than is found in the average country printing office. In i pike fact there are successful publications m Peny..........20 towns of from three to six times the Tuscarawas population of Coshocton that have nptlTiverton the facilities for correct and rapid Adams 14 Bethlehem 5 Bedford 6 Clark 14 Crawford 12 Franklin 18 14 Keene---- Lafayette Linton---- Mill Creek. Another proportion was the little start on five dollars, a keg of beer and witbout considera. a gallon of whisky, but all the other an tab evcd facilities lor doing of sunpiy devil. MR. DAVID REPPART, of township, died Thursday, aged about 60 years. Death was caused by psral- ho ysis. He was an old soldier, and was buried on Saturday at ten o'clock. He tion, sn: was not good business to adopt it. The Company then decided to put Adams Mu the plant themselves and trust to business men and; others desire it. The Repository of 27th, says: "There is no longer any newspaper publishing that are used in vvhite the publication of THE SEMI-WEEKLY There were AGE. Subscribers are invited to call children born on Tuesdays and Fridays and see the j twQ jn rranidin. new folder at work. Decoration Services by Kichard Lanning Post G A B. Saturday was a glorious day. The '9 ii 7 9 18 7 12 10 6 9 3- 5 '-5 14- 10 6 3 4 i 5 i 4 4 7 C, 19 6 3 3 BSOiDoRII'S SEI-TORK LETTEB. .Correspondence Semi-weekly We are now fairly in the midst of our May festivals, and people of every degree are rejoicing in the season of flowers. This is especially the case with our German population, and even at the risk of our giving offence to my prohibition friends. I cannot help endorsing the great spring gatherings of our German fellow-citizens, even if it involves Bock beer and schweiUer kasc mit pretzels. 1 have seen social gatherings of all sorts of people in the four quarters of the globe. I saw Bartlcmy fair while the cattle-pens were still in-.'. Smithneld, and Donneybrook befox.% was suppressed by Act of par- liament. I have jostled with KirzieS and Kalmucks at the great fair of Nijni-Novgorvod, and mingled in greasy crowds in Pesth, Posen and Warsaw, so that 1 know something of gatherings of the people; but -nowhere on theface of the earth will you see anything like a German May fest. For pure happiness and unselfish jolli- ty, got. out of small means, the Ger- mans ire equalled by no people on the globe. The German to be perfect- ly must hava his family and friends about him. The Yankee or Englishman can soak out selfish hap- piness in the sacrad precincts of his unmindful of anybody's happiness but his own, jbut the Ger- nMU3i.as3emble by thousands at the part .flatte Deutche festival which lasts nearly'or quite a week, and it is sale tostf that there are from eighty to a hundred thousand people in attend- ance; they are out for a good time and they-Jtave it; yet in that mighiy throng there was not disorder enough to -fujnish employment for a single poiicfirnan, and the lager that was consumed would have floated a seven- ty-fotjr or filled an ordinary section of the Erie canal. But there are other festivals than those of our German friends. This week, the city of Brooklyn holds its monster Sunday-School lestival, in which from .fifty to sixty thousand children participate. By iron rule of a few narrevv-minded individuals, none but so-called evangelical schools are allowed in the procession; the children from the Univeralist and Unitarian unuay-Schools, of which there are n'a'city like Brooklyn, 111 mtf. race 1886, there can exist such nar- ow minded bigots It is men of this lass that have disgraced the church n all ages. They laufihed and joked bout the stake ol John Huss, and re J9 2 5 but illegitimat one in Jefferson an II. JIAI that the Schulyer Electric was stricken with paralysis Wednes-1 Light Company will establish an electric light plant in this city site for their works has been secured, Probate Court. Benj. Coulter, administrator of J. iV filed an inventory and sa Coulter, bill. sun shone in splendor, and while Col-, M. of testimony relative to the umbia wept at the graves of her fallen Pantheon of these latter days. The enthusiasm of his agnostic admirers will scarcely be shared by any large port'on of the American people. For, living the grandest age of our national development, with talents such as the Almighty to few, with op- portunities tuch as seldom fall uto the lot of man, he lived as the fool lives and died as the fool dies. For a number of weeks past we have been overrun with monstrosities. It is true New York loves painting, music, sculpture, acting, and all that Art implies; but we like some parts of our amusements with a high flavor. At one time it is 1 ,ulu Hurst, the Georgia girl who I raveled on lie. Wilde in knee breeches and bag on the light fantastic Professor Gleason with his man-eating horses and untamed mules. Speaking of Gleason the horse-tamer, it is said that he took no interest in a horse unless he had killed two or three men, and his test with a mule who was lit for exhibition purposes was, one who couid kick off his four shoes in two minutes and a half. Gleaton did some wonderful horse taming while he was here, and his exhibitions took in the creme de la creme. The Cowboy pianist was not a success, the general ,'erdict being that he was astonishing for a cowboy, but bad as a second-class Professor. Texas is a great State for fair cotton, second-class beef, indiffer- ent hotels, and first-class outrages, but we are not now hunting for our pianist. on the Rio Grand the Brazos. The cowboy was one of the deadest failures of the season. Very well was the parade of the Coaching Club, where the drags were all driven by the nobbiest of our Nobs. Exceeding swell were the ladies, and all New York turns out to see them, for New York gets its first view of the oiced when Servetus consumed n smoke and flame. The ostracising of these innocent little ones has begot much ill feeling, but this narrow bigotry is not shared by Mr. Beecher; Doctor Tilmaee, Doctor Storrs, nor day. MRS. WM. 1 bllC R. BOYD, of nite I d preparauons are made for an im- Eyes township, died suddenly Satur- mediate beginning of the work. at three o'clock p. caused by paralysis. her husband recently pioneer in THE ACE joctor lam'iB1-, ndeed the great body of the evangeli cal clergy in the city. The direcUon of the Sunday-school Union will un- doubtedly be changed in the coming year, and the unchristain manage- ment, which has hitherto disgraced it, will be a thing of the past. The death-roll oithft week has been marked by a number of distinguished names, but by few more so than those ofDr Dio Lewis an i Stephen Pearl Andrews. The life of Dr. Lems leaves iti impress on the time, and is to be remembered with gratitude and honor by his fellow-men for years to swell fashions, and after that ladies know what to wear when they go out riding, what kinds of parasols to carry, We are now making up our pro- gram for the next amusement season. While we have the Jfirsy Lily booked for an indefinite number of nights, Miss Forlescue, who recovered lhe snug little sum of from Lord Garmoyle, now Earl Cairnes, will undoubtedly be the sensation of the season. As near as 1 can learn it bad catch. "The advertise- ment was worth a round more, and there is no doubt she can pick her own mi'n this time, and he will stick. Garmoyle ought to be sat- isfied, for he got a much finer looking woman than Miss Fortescue, and one who can compose her love corre- spondence without the aid of a letter writer. We have a number of fashionable maniacs here, who desire lo keep up the hunts which amuse our aristocratic CHIT OHA.T. the There arc r.ow 5.90 boys at Ohio Reform Farm. Dayton struck natural gas at the depth of only 200 feet. -This country spends more than a year on base ball. The army worm has appeared in great in Licking county. --The new penitentiary physician, Dr. W. Clcmmcr, is a homeo- path. It is reported that hog cholera is prevalent in some sections of the State. Gen. been the It is estimated that the J'arncs- ville strawberry crop will reach bushels this year. Durbin Ward was to have Memorial day orator at Gillogly trial Muskin- gum Common Hens Court, cost in the neighborhood of is estimated that there are at present Jover Knights of Labor in the United States. spring meeting of the Urichs- ville Driving Park Association will be held June i6th, and iSth. Belmont county Justice of the Peace was lined and jailed five days for selling liquor on Sunday. Pan Handle Railroad Company contemplate using electric headlights on their passenger enjrnes. is estimated that 50 persons we'r: killed and 1500 injured at various places in Ohin by the recent torna- do. Steubenvillc Herald, as the largest four page paper in America, lips been destroyed. It is now an eight page. county is excited over the announcement that some old miners have found very rich goldbear- i ig in that county. the Grand Lodge, I. 0. O. F., the Grand Secretary's report was presented, and shows a total of lodges and membeis. county has len weekly papers. There ought lo be a few more. People are just aching lo be asked lo support a new [Chronicle. remove the tops of frnit jars, it to expand. than twenty-five years ago Americans imported their carpels. Now more carpeting is manufactured in Philadelphia and vicinity than in all Great Britain. association of textile manu- facturers, representing capital, has been formed in Philadel- phia. The object is a combination of the dirtiest trick in the whole performance connected with the recent flight of the Democratic Sena- tors from Columbus, is the attempt to blame the miscarriage of its purpose on Clerk Vallandigh.im'sshoulders. If the sweet sixteen are not men enough to stand up their own actions, they'd better resign, lint never resign or quit until an adverse party caucus dynamites their soaring Tress. Pan Handle train No. 3, last Saturday evening, was a little Knglish boy about live years old in appearance (he said lie was three and a hall) who had conic from Liverpool, Kng- lar.d, by himself. 1 le was going to his R. Miller, 3152 Huston .Avenue, SI. Louis. When asked where' he was going, he said, "To America.'' He was so full of hie that he could not sit itill, but was up at the window seeing all of the country he could. His name, as it appeared on a box of eatables that accompanied him, was Fred Tuscarawas Chronicle. S. S. Instituto at Plainflold. The District Sunday School Institute held on the and zfilh was a grand least, long to be remembered by those present. Dr. Davidson did justice to the chair. T. J. Cook was chosen Secretary. The questions discussed were: What can the pastor do for the Sunday School What can the Sup- erintendent do for the Sunday School? What can the Sunday School do lor the missionary cause What oughl the membership to do for the Sum lay School? Use and abuse of Sunday School helps. Merits of the Lpworlh Hymnal as a Suuiiay School music book. All of these subjects wore can- vassed by preachers and laymen quite satisfactorily. From the Adamsville circuit we had Revs. Timberlakc ami Church.. Brother I'cclham and wife were there in all ihcir glory, for they are a full learn to talk and sing we all love to hear them. Dr. W. A. Davidson always finds a welcome among our people, ll did us all good to listen lo his earnest appeals on the various topics under consideration. Rev. Timberlake is one 01 ihose men who always has something to say that will enthuse and interest. Rev. Church gave a very able talk on Use and abuse of Sunday School helps; also Rev. which space forbids my noting.' say to all, cone again. interests regarding labor. of a gasoline stove BLOW, BLOW; ALL BLOW! We never heard such blowing, as our worthy competitors are doing. 1- _ n m t-l ill in Transfers of Real Estate. John Wheatcraft to Martin and Si- Keenetownshirj, cousins on the other side of the water. It is called the Hempslead Hunt They have the regulation red coat, and all the paraphernalia oi hunting ex- cept the most essential thing, the fox; so they send a man out with an anise- seed bag, which he drags over the ground for miles. The hounds are un- leashed, and away go the gallant horse- men pell-mell, avoiding all the deep holes and high fences, and after a gal- lant run of the tremendous pace of six at a Knights of illon, created a panic Several per- The man's whole life was de- voted to the up-building and elevation of his fellow-men, or man's better part woman. This prachcal philosopher saw at the start, that to havehealthy come. appeared as a Causes'of the apparent sudden deter- mination ol the company to establish that the company ,_. J a plant here, that the company THE ladies of the M. E. 4Churcn ,ed to ;t by the action of rail- will have a Lawn Fete Saturday even J June sth, in the] court yard, heroes, all nature smiled with joy at 1 dmlssion of the will of A. E. Creigh- the glories of the seasdn. ton will be Thursday, June 4 The citizens ol Coshocton were agreeably disappointed. The people came from all directions, and the streets, by ten o'clock, were thronged I with brave men and fair women, all Gordon to James M. anxious to participate in the work of Lore, 60 acres in Jackson "highway to health. The the memories of the p, J blessine of God .and his felow him wherever miles an hour, return home dreadfully fagged men and women, we Pass, healthy mothers and fathers, and he rass work to showmen and doing honor to he out, and wind up the day's sport by getting gloriously fuddled Noble sport! Great country 1 Koyal hunt! Go it! While the strikes have been gradual- ly simmering down and we were con- gratulating ourselves that we were once more getting_to hard have suddenly place, knocking necled rest. we have to say is thai we are still m business al our old stand, and are sell- ing about as many goods as any two stores in this county, and don t do Labor ball, in Mass- much blowing about it cither A lady 1 made a remark to one of our clerk., last week something after this style: Mr. Ransom don': make so mucli 'uss about his store as the other stores lo, but lo tell the truth about it, he has more lo blow over than any other store in this town. He has, by far, the nicest line of goods in this town, and as cheap as UK yean be bougiit any place." Now, as regards our Carpet and Curtain trade, will wager that we have sold two carpels to any other store's one in this town, and will compare sales with any one store Now, if we did not have the goods at sons were slightly hurl and two were burned by the explosion. Cincinnati newsboy was badly bitten by a cat, and as fears of hydro- phobia are entertained, money is being raised lo send him to Paris to be treat- ed by the celebrated Dr. Pasteur. ruffian assaulted J. K. Ruken- brod, editor of the Salem Republican, because the paper had criticised a slugging exhibition the ruffian was con with. Ruffian is under ar- Jf they indulge ia many more ter- rific tornadoes in the brisk and breezy West, Horace Greely's famous ad- monition will have to be modified to "go p ron way men He said connected with our railways. contracts had been made, iDg June sin, in me, i Ice cream, strawberries and cak be served in a generous manner. are invited to come and have a seven merchants, and the company wii good time, besides aiding in '.the good statt I20 lights." work ol paying ofl the indebtedness on the church. railway companies lo Contracts have been made with forty- -ho s.cn.c.d.hei, tas that the Nation might live. for Quitclaim tn Oeeo. fame, pure and At a few minutes after nine the City joseph W. Standford to James M. Silver Cornet Band, followed by Co. Passmore 60 acres in Jackson lown- Reg, 0. Pass. nots he loved All efforts that have been made to make it appear that the Council ol an illness ol several months, almost 76 years at ten o'clock. Hi has been a resi- dent of this county for a great many years and was a native ot Schleswig) bolstering AN interesting injunction suit wa; tried before Judge Phillips in Zanes __________ ville last Friday. The Judge in ren- H6Utine7 Germany. He leaves one son j dering his decision said: "The-plaintiff and four daughters, all of adult years owns about thirty acres of land situate commanding, marched to the Hall of Richard Lanmng Post G. A. R., where a line was formed which march- ed to the Roscoe Cemetery, where the graves were decorated with exer- cises that were pleasing and impressive according to published program. The counter-march was made to the Coshoctoa where for i acres in Jackson township, I F. Cullison to Daniel Mikesell, 13 acres in Perry township, for Davis, 30 acres for et al. to Wm. H. in Adams township, the forget-me- well shall bloom for loving hands each re- The death of Stephen awakens BO such re- SwST-ThebcId stand he broken out in a new all our preconceived "1 ideas of the rights of labor into several cocked hats. The workmen of a large manufacturing firm in Brooklyn struck three weeks ago for eight hours, and after a few days resistance on the part of the firm, got what they wanted, and eight hours was established as a day's woik. This week the workmen held a meeting, and concluding they would rather work ten hours than behalf West young man, and blow up wTth lhe country." to match the hair in color are the newest Ireak of female fashion. When a red-haired wife finds a black in her husbands pocket, look out for lowering skies and troubled temperature. __A severe storm visited a part Wayne county last week Hail fell threeinches deep. It is slated that on the following afternoon the hail was i t the right pi ices could we do such busi- ness as we do? People look around these days before they buy. Some ncrchants think it a great thing to sel six or seven carpets in one day. 1 hat s almost an every day occurance with us We have sold is high as 17 Carpets this spring in one day, am several of them Body Brussels, and did not blow about it cither. Jsow.ifyou will only call on us before you buy we will be satisfied. Look around be- fore you buy, by all means We Willow Brook. Mr. H. H. Mills has moved the! Wakatomaka and Mr. J ...___ ter moved in his place, and married. THI Grace M. E. Sunday School some three miles from Zinesville, and bounded on the east by the Dresden d_ From piaintifps south line isgrowingininterestevey week. Some- and from his north line time ago it was announced from the j the road descends, making pulpit that the interest was growing like services were periormcu in his placC) Mr. assembled crowd dispersed for dinner. grocery in trie old store room. In the afternoon the people assern- He is an energetic young man and bled in great numbers in the Public pa> s Coshocton prices for produce. Square. It is the judgment of many school that a greater crowd was never seen andEd Reed at therein. The program was carried I out in a pleasing and impressive way. The C0ncert given will scarcely weigh in fof the destruction of the very foundation ol our social aad domestic life. The man o, was the more dangerous on account of SlaUhf J Ws great ability, for he had drank deep auehter lul and eight, they called on the boss and re- quested him to restore the old lime of ten hours. He refused, so the men struck again, and the boss says he will change his time-table again find out what they to of the fountain knew not was learned in tongue's "of of knowledge, men He the law and had at his end all the most insidious arts and logic. Men were likeTeeds by his gigantic 's in- clay never until the men want Business is slowly recovering from the terriale effects oi the recent strikes; but they have left behind them a heavy entailment for which the poor ,____ ,_ for that we will sell at per yard- made ot it I full puttr.rns in every pattern, was These goods are pronounced to be the of goods ever soul in this We received this week the we saw we will sell you an elegant Curtain, yards long) tapcd for i We also have an- 10r wage many winners as lowKt point midway of and that the attendence ought to soon plaintifPs iand. The land on each side reach 300. Sunday morning it reached of Ae load descends fiorn the road, so 313, and now the limit has been plac- the water corning from the north ed at 315, and they will reach it. The the soutn to the said lowest Institute work last week, under charge in the road, flows thence partly __ I _ J____t1_. In Oul in A A uk, f in nis luuiua. The best Coshocton vocalists, and the School at W will have to suffer for months to come. Everything that we consume has taken a tremen- dous .rise-io, 15 and 20 per cent. You go to your butcher and he tells ou that beef and mutton have gone rtf iVip strike, and he is gathered and snow-balls Wheat and all other vegetation greatlydamaged. .miarKet we -Springfield has a weather prophet 't ,ine of Lace Curtains that who is attracting a great deal ot at-1 01.11 unn an elec tention, as it is claimed that thus far all of his predictions been vended. ,lar to the recent ones, from the "lh ards iong and nearly yards to thci4'.hofjune. wide that can not be excelled any -The Harrison county wool grow- Jn lhc Slate of Ohio. We have m> convention, held _ at Cadiz, laid several pieces put of our_4o and recitationists performed. The Saturday; best recitatiomsts perlormea. ;eu patronized. Credit is and hung on his words like those posed and eloquently delivered, and such a masterly way. Good how he attained it. j u, Tpnutatinn in this county, i was rendered by the Moscow atracjsm that his advocacy added to his reputation in this county, i musie was rendered by the of Dr. Gillet, of highly interesting. cincinnati' WM to the cast and partly Jo the The business houses in Coshocton and Roscoe were tastefully of being the figar eo J suuifc i tact Ul ueiujj .u the National colors and ever- of This is certainly very motl crew that made up the v .1 1_ _1_ I f i I f !__._ tff' the lands of plaintiff, though along I the west side of the northern slope MR. G. with i sat Daily favors THE of the road the plaintiffs land B greens, and the whole town assumed for cherries free-love meetings, Couner pnnted m bnght ErccLia, AUU wiw cany _ IDUIK oi Lair in h-armony with the occasion. "JT And FOUR pieces of bowl, butter dish, spoon holder and cream given away red, which is to signify that the town the water irom the northern slope revoking over the_ location of the on t.plaintiffs land he has purchased a farm. f------- o----- --TV Send us down a wool buyer One pound of Bating Powder at J. K. i ct, Qa y, Johnson's.____________ SELLING out at cost, 5 and .o cent, leads Grtat bargains. [m that 50 cent Tea. Iryit. house of Dr. Slaughter until fall. He Mr. Andrews will then move to Pike county, where was not without his apoth wlth i TCMA iir aosis. admires gathered at Ma onic Temple oa Sunday last, and one half of what the on the table a resolution not to se 1 of Carpet that we are going their wool under 30 cents a pound. P dose Qut at per yard. This lot They understood that the markets of of about fuu rolls of Carpet the world were not governed by Har- ,n to Peck i nave vuu. .c verythinghe has to sell, and if you sk him what it is for, his answer is- heUrike. I am very ured of it myself, and I trust I may not be considered profane if I appropriate the language ,w liturey and say, From risen county acts. Elyria George Harry Hrll, aged about were shooting at a mark when the former accidentally shot thelatter k 1 ing him instantly. George wassofnght- enld at what he had done that he went hlO VJi j m per cent, below cost in order them out. tv" to close them out. Ask to see them when you come in. When wanting white goods and embroideries our store is the place to buy them. Yours Respectfully, HAY RANSOM. e nto spasams, and at last reports his E_ has pasture to rent fe was despired of. J on the McFadden farm by the head ife was despired of. __A new swindling scheme is being worked by fruit tree men m 1 liturgy and say, strikersf boycotters, anarchists, i such disturbing elements, Good Lord deliver us. Yours truly, BROADBRIM. IN point of medicinal power excellence are ahead of all others. 25 cts. am ta May Ohio. s order for several hundred doUars parts of P f Fruit Dish given away er's order for several wilh OBe poui worth of Apricot trees stating that the wit trees will bear in three years when IJ J th> tree men will take and pay for half of Baking Powdei rat p A T p PERKJNS Co. for which cannot tf'et store. VSPAPERI   

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