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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - July 10, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Kvenby thursday. One Dollar per year in advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing 01 every description done Short notice. Your favor solicit d. New Ladelphia times volume Philadelphia o., thursday july 10, 1890. The Quot times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three i Dejies six inches. Half column., one column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y r. 8 1 00 t 2 00 13 00 5 5 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Number 28. It h i i a i is a z i i a j x 5 a a b c m i z it a a t c7 a c 5 n i <5 x x l a a h it h Raj h a a j pc c j j 1 t = a % it it my Cli 1 it z a a u j. X x a i x x a a r c i i a j c a it rus 1 a a rzz.2 \ 5 c a a in a i hew . Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday july 10, 1soo. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5,000 amp amp thu new Philadelphia times will be pub sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Kates one year in advance81.00 in not paid within three m0�?T3 1.30 the weeks doings. The fourth. Remittances should be sent by draft j registered letter pos Tobice order to the i address the proprietor. <>-audres3 All matter intended for Public cation t it tin times. I to wheat in this Vicinity is lie a i Cut and in Shock. Wheat Plains is said to do a fair crop. Aly the s i no a twin j i Civi i towns Dennison City Index bouts to Pittsburg condensed to trains Depaiva i Avne amp Chic add m the two Towi 0.000. Correspondent the Bleul claims 8,500, ration for the two we Wal a new hat that together will not exceed buggies carts and etc., at Taylor a hardware store. The new Philadelphia band is one the Best in Eastern Ohio. The teachers Institute will Convene the 4th August in this City. Dev. T. Dewitt Talmage will lecture at Freeport Ohio August 21, 1890. T. B. Raith has a line line tobacco and cigars in the old Post office room. Father Getsman is still lying near deaths door with no Hopes final recovery. Preaching at the Baptist Church next Sabbath morning and evening. All cordially invited. Nick Gardner fell through the boards his Hay lol to last Friday night dislocating his jaw. Jacob Schumacher sunday morning last Street railway. Went to Dover to inspect the the republicans the use As follows i Hac it picnic idiom this tin Enate will e until land it unless they no. East a lie mail mail to in 3 h no. 14. 4. 10. 20. 6. Express. Going e As East line. Accommodation. Mail. Past express. Day it press. Alliance accommodation. 4-Ixi a in a in the close these abandon the election Bill. All party legislation will be debated to death it it takes All summer by tie democrats. I 9-10 a in 10-3 let in 2-4 trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a a 12-45 a a and 2-3 . Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at9-50 . 4-30 and 9-00 . . 3 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars Tii rough to Chicago. For time tables rates fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running trains apply to tiie ticket agent Alliance Ohio. Daily. 4daily except sunday. Daily except monday. A a. For it general pass and ticket agent. Jose vhf Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The p. Amp St. Louis railway. Pan handle route schedule taking effect june 15,1s2q. Going West. Trains depart i the p. A St. Louis depot Lulli Richville Junction As follows express. U_0jj i in accommodation. I i 111 let a in express. T 3-53 p in going East. Express. �?~�?45 a a i express 11 5 express. 2 40 accommodation 8-1 p in a scotch Syndicate had purchased 50,-000 acres Iron Coal and Timber land in Mcdowl county Vurest Virginia and Large in Wyoming and Mercer. A Railroad connecting with the Norfolk and Western will be built and the Mineral and Timber worked. The population Cleveland according to the late Otsus is about 270, it -0. Mansfield does not reach 15,00. Akron is estimated at 27,500. Findlay claims 20,00. Columbus is estimated by the census enumerator at 90,000. Youngstown has a population 32,030. Canton has 2 5,000. Except sunday Osville Junction a every Day. Central in a. Through c acir a from bit to Pittsburg Columbus Cincinnati Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trains ast Ami West. For into tables rates Faro through ticket and further information regarding the running trains apply to ticket agent i Hric Lis Ville Junction Ohio. 10. A. 10k1>, Gen. In As. And ticket agent Pittsburg a. Joseph Wood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. Cleveland 4 Pittsburgh r. R. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1890. Going East. The republicans have admitted the desert called Idaho As a state. They Are preparing to Rush Wyoming through too. They Geek to retain Power in two ways�?1st by abridging the right suffrage in the South and secondly making All the states they can while in Power and recognizing their representatives Only when Republican As they did with Montana. Stations. A ail i express local. A Kava new Philadelphia 6 25 . 2 c . 1 x . Canal Dover. 6 35 a a 2 10 a a 1 10 a a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 2 2 00 a a Mineral Point. 7 30 Quot 2 31 a a 215 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 4 3 a a 2 59 a a Wayn Esbun. 8 10 a a 2 51 a a 3 i Malvern. S 35 a a 3 4 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 0l3 a a 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 3 15 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3.55 a a Alliance. 10 w a a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 0 35 a a Wells i lie. 1210 a a 4 50 a a Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 00 a a the rain storm tuesday last week visited Coshocton county with its floodgates wide open. It is said by the Coshocton Standard that the water was from four to six feet deep in places in the town Coshocton the loss is immense to Railroad property and to Farmers. Thousands acres Grain and grass were destroyed. The damage in this Vicinity was comparatively nothing. The taxes 1890 include the Levy which is made after the first monday april this year and Are due and amp Blein december 1890 and june 1891. These taxes Are to be passed upon As Between wards and townships by a county Board equalization. Then the state Board equalization this fall meeting in Columbus equalizes the county duplicates and whatever that result is takes effect in december 1891. If there is to be any charge Between the taxes the last and the next ten years the taxpayers will understand this fall where the change is. Going West. Stations. Mali. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. Bellaire. Weils Volle. Cleveland. Alliance. Bayard. Minerva. Oneida. Malvern. Waynesburg. Magnolia. Mineral Point>11 47 Zoar. 11 53 canal Dover. 12 10 pm arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 610 . 4 40 8 15 8 00 10 25 1u 55 .11 03 11 12 11 17 11 28 11 33 12 45 . 10 10 2 40 1 15 3 10 4 15 4 25 4 30 1 43 5 00 5 07 5 27 5 35 0 00 5 15 10 . 8 15 8 55 9 20 9 55 110 10 Jio 40 ill 00 All to Titus Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect Ai Alliance with trains the a great 1 Art Wayne route running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates Lare. A apply to j f. My a. Agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph woo l k. A. Fold. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. The reference the Silver Bill to a conference committee both houses will it is to be hoped result in the adoption a measure that will be satisfactory to the people. The extreme demands Quot Gold dug so and Quot Silver gamblers a ought not retaken into account. The interests the people Are rep press. Yes Bro. Wilson Quot the extreme demands Gold bugs and Silver gamblers ought not to he taken into we will wait and see but we think these Quot bugs have their clutches the administration and an Effort to release them will be futile. For Milwaukee sunday evening by Way the c. Amp m. Ray to attend the k. Of p. Encampment. The Pointer say3 that John Walter a tenant John Laughlings farm was drowned june 2>th, m Sandy Creek. Louis Crossland got into a Row Friday night last and was rewarded with a bad Cut across the Throat but will survive. Fred. Manger aged 13 years was killed by lightning at Massillon the 23th ult., while sheltering under a tree. Perry Hummel Pike run was committed to jail saturday last for horse whipping Frank marshal same place. John Koehler a German Coal Miner near Massillon was struck by lightning and killed last week. His House was wrecked. Miss Zehna Lowman near Burbank Wayne county was caught out in the storm last week and so badly frightened As to dethrone her reason. Or. Wes. Welty has moved his Stock boots and shoes into his new store room which is the nicest in town. Look out for a Fine display Stock now. Married at the Baptist Church last thursday evening july 3, 1890, by the Llev. J. Burke . Alfred Austin and miss Mary Hubert All this there was a Large attendance. Jedadiah Cole Dennison was arraigned saturday last a peace warrant before Justice Minnis at the instance j. T. Of Donnell. He was required to give bail to keep the peace but failing to find Bondsmen was committed to jail. Last Sabbath was children a Day at the lutheran Church. It was a very enjoyable occasion. The music and recitations were excellent. Children enjoy these occasions and they Are also looked upon with Pride by the parents. Buggies carts and etc., at Taylor a hardware store. Michael Wyler Dover who lately had a suit in the common pleas court against a Railroad company for injuries received went fishing monday near the Cascade Mills and while thus engaged took an epileptic fit which he has been subject to Ever since receiving the injury and fell into the River and drowned. His body was recovered. As the immortal j. N. Says the Quot pressure was a Little too heavy the 4th, that prevented it being a Blooming Success. This May be attributed to two causes first and principal cause our Street railway failed to Complete the line in time to open the Road for travel. The dedication the Road was relied As the Quot winning card a and the disappointment wa3 sorely Felt. The news soon spread that it was impossible to finish the line and that the 4th exercises would he abandoned. The result was As anticipated. A fair crowd however assembled and were highly entertained with Musie by the great Western band during the Forenoon. The second a pressure a was a heavy rain about the noon hour. The afternoon was much More favourable and quite a crowd leading citizens from Dover accompanied by the Bolivar band came Over to the Quot Hub a swelling the crowd to a very respectable size. Elegant music by the two bands and firemen a race concluded the Day exercises. In the evening a very Nice display fireworks was Given. New Philadelphia eclipsed our sister towns in the Way a Celebration even if the Street railway did fail to make its debut. Canal Dover celebrated As Best they could after tiie disappointment by Ilie railway. It is reported that they had plenty refreshments fur the inner Man that made them feel Happy even in disappointment. We must say that our i ail Way managers were to blame and arc entitled to censure for holding out the idea to us that they would be re Tiv when they certainly knew m time that they could not finish the Road to Hae Given the newspapers a Chance to Correct the program in other words to inform the Public correctly. The company did however meet with disappointments also. Tiie heavy Metal base the Dynamo was shipped in a different car from the other part and did not arrive for several Days after the other part causing delay. A mistake was made in cutting the lumber for the Bridge which caused delay. The Road will now be put in first class condition before starting. Kcal estate transfers. Compiled in the office the recorder deeds personal mention. College commencement. Miss Alice Crouch and sister Millie Are visiting friends in n. P. Or. And mrs. Jones Are visiting relations at Canton this week. Master Fred and miss Nellie Demuth Are at their grandma Hornings. Or. And mrs. Mizer Nesburg Are the guests . And mrs. Rice. Mrs Ella Johnson Columbus is spending a week with Kate Welty. Little miss Aneta Wells is visiting mrs. Philip Waddington in the country. De. Ellis and wife Cleveland spent the 4th in Titis City with his relatives. Mrs. Frank Carl and daughter Marie Navarre spent the 4tii in this City. Miss fide Millner Dover is the guest . And mrs. Millner this week miss Hattie Bence Dover was the guest miss Caroline Dick the it. Or. And mrs. Smith Uhrichsville spent Sabbath with . And mrs. Geo. Elty. Or. And mrs. Krantz and daughter Are visiting tiie family . Louis Zeilner. Or. John Burry wife and children Are visiting their parents and friends in this Eirv. 1,100 1,205 431 150 3 5 a. Tufford to Oscar c. Tufford j acre Oxford. I 150 t. J. Murphy to Silas Gray 19 54 100 acres perry.651 33 Mary j. Parker to j. Shivers lot 5, Uhrick Sivilie. Albert Walter to Josiah teeters 24-100 acres Sugarcreek. Sheriff Bowers to Evan d. Davis 64 100 acres Goshen. Win Clark to Matilda Huffman lots 2 and 3, new Philadelphia. Sheriff Bowers to Geo. T. Flemming lot 8, Dennison. \. J. Cul Linsto Isaac c. And Mary e. Dilley 40 acres Fairfield 1,600 c. E. Miller to w. A. Castle trustee strip land Mill. 1,200 Maurace Moody to Philip Fuhr lot 7, Dennison. 100 t. Sargent to Elizabeth Criswell 32-100 acres. John Wardell sex Ter to Flavius j. Warded 60 acres Mill. G. A Hackenbracht to John c. Philips 100 acres Salem. 5,900 we. Mckain to George Lehmer lot 25, Shanesville. D. P. Mcgregor to w. Amp l. E. Ray company 2 4-100 acres Warren Matilda Huffman to K. Parm Alee part lot 3, new Hila Delphia. Rachel Grove to Callie c. Sluth our part 327, 328, new Phila phia. Louisa c. Dickson to j. Evans lots 1 and 10, Bolivar. Maurice Moody to t. H. Dollar lots 5 and 6, Dennison. 00 2,765 325 150 137 150 800 Cleveland and Marietta Ray. To effect May 11, 1890. No it. 5. U12 it s 1 0 745 y 95 -15 o29 425 53 5 813 �?~852 858 913 912 819 925 South. Stations. Going North. No. 3. No. 1 no. 2 no. I ills am j Cleveland. 239 Oil. A 2301 Akron. 11412v.�?Tm Canton. Toledo. Livai car 122345 230 620 1115 a it a 700 pm 253 �?T540. Anal Dover 1122 tio5 303 550 Turners. 1112 .2o 309 t 55 Blackband. 1106 ,620 315 too in Philipsburg 11 0 .15 327 toll w oils. 1047 1602 337 620 a Conn town 1040 5"5 347 630 Post boy. 1029 545 354 113? Guernsey. 1022 538 359 642 Kimbolton. 1017 v.3 4 9 551 Millers. 1 103 523 4b 053 Oldham a. 1001 1516 425 702 Cambridge. 955 519 441 724 Byersville 932 4 53 454 in a it pleasant 919 4 40 500 744 Glenwood. 913 434 506 749 Ava. 907 427 516 759 Belle Valley 853 413 1 523 309 Caldwell. S4s 493 533 31.5 Dudley. A 833 358540 ifs la South Olive 832 352 515 i-x27 Dexter City 827 347 i 552 834 Macksburg 340 a 559 841 Elba. M3 332 612 j 853 Warner. 75�?~j 313 622 903 Whipple. S49 3is.s637 913 Stanley. 733 253 643 921 1 Cay Wood. 727 247 700 j 940 Marietta. 710 230 j 1013 la Parks by 225 Liolu a the following Resolution was passed by the Board june 2, 1890 in View the Many abuses arising from the furnishing outside Aid to the poor the various townships the county and the fact that the county is provided with one the Best infirm Aries in the state and is fully prepared to take care her worthy poor therefore be it resolved but a the Board county commissioners that from and after july 1st, 1890, the infirmary directors Are forbidden making any allowances for outside Aid to poor unless in strict conformity with sections 974 and 975, revise d statutes Ohio. And we direct tie attention the boards trustees the various townships the county to sections 974, 975, 1491, 1497 and 2827, revised statutes and Hope they will see that the same Are strictly adhered to in the future. A. Ii. Bigler who has been clerking for Wes. Welty in the shoe store came near being crushed to death while Riding a freight train saturday the c. L. Is w. Road near Strasburg. The train he was had stopped to do some shifting when another freight train ran into the standing Tram. Bigler a Heel was caught and crushed. Will Lay him up for several Days. Joseph Yoder and son Noah each had a Fine watch stolen from their residence near Shanesville last thieves entered the House in the nights Ason and quietly went through the House and escaped with their Booty. The watches were valued at 870. Or. Yoder had taken in 8270 that Day which is supposed to have attracted the thieves but they failed to find the Money. No clue to the perpetrators. The republicans hold their county convention saturday this doubt the attendance will be larger . John Kuenzli an aged and prominent citizen this City died saturday evening dropsy and heart trouble. Or. Kuenzli was an honorable and upright business Man having the respect and Confidence All with whom he dealt. He began to fail in health More than a year ago w Hen he retired from Active business. His disease grew him rapidly until the close Lifs eartly existence. He leaves a wife and a a locomotive Telephone test was made several Days ago the b. Amp Tracks near Washington. The apparatus consists an electric circuit formed by a single Iron Rod which is Laid Between the tracks and a wire Brush attached to each engine in connection with an electric Gong and Telephone. Two engines approaching each other the same track come into circuit at the Dis stance one mile and a half More according to the strength the Battery mid at once the Telephone Bells ring. This is a signal for the trains to step and the engineers May talk with each other the Telephone to discover the trouble whatever it May be. These tests were made and proved extremely . The first step. Miss Nano Boothe entertained a few her Young lady friends thursday evening. _ misses Ina Savidge Dazie Dodd and Carrie Niles Are spending the week in Uhrick Sivilie. Mrs. O. H. Hoover started monday for Minneapolis to visit her daughter mrs. Schweitzer. Misses Mazie and Lizzie White Cleveland Are visiting relatives and friends in our City. Mrs. Jones wee miss Libbie Row Lee Pittsburg is visiting friends in n. P. She is her Way to California. Or. And mrs. Griffith Canton Are hero a visit to her parents . And mrs. Barnett North Walnut Street. Master Neely Flora this City spent the fourth july at the residence . And . Kline and family Cleveland. _ mrs. Eliza Powell and daughter Ella left last tuesday morning for Warren Trumble county Iii to visit relatives and . Ii. Monroe our enterprising dentist has returned to his office after a visit with parents and friends in Harrison Edward Albert Canton formerly this City was married sunday last and is visiting his parents their wedding tour. Misses Nellie Van Ostran Blanche Smith Carrie Hilton and Artie Smith Uhrick Sivilie were guests Nano Boothe Sabbath. Scio Ohio july 7, 1890. Seio College has just closed one the most successful years in the history the school. Another years work has been accomplished and it is one which the friends and patrons the trustees and faculty the College May Well feel proud. The years work just closed will stand a comparison with any College in Ohio. Scio College now stands in the front rank alongside the Best in the honest Worth and True Merit have been the conditions her growth. The attendance the past year has reached far into the hundreds and the promises for the coming year Are still More Gratifying. We predict that in the not Distant future Scio College will become a University. Her faculty Host Earnest upright and scholarly men Are bringing credit upon the school and Honor to themselves. Or. W. L. Dixon As president is the right Man in the right place and tiie Man who will Lead the College to even greater achievements than those the past. Prof. Compiler in language prof. Adams in Corn. Science rhetoric and history prof Beal in natural science prof. Rogers in mathematics and prof. Bell in music Are specialists each in their line teaching and in ability and methods teaching Are up to a High Standard. Commencement week has been both instructive and entertaining. The first the entertainment incident to commencement was an elocution Ary contest for a Gold medal prize was won by miss Eleana Russell Cleveland. The number contestants were limited to nine. The recitations were Well rendered and indicated careful preparation and efficient instruction the part prof. Salimer. Following the elocution Ary contest came the annual concert the music department. It was a Success in every Way and after listening to a lengthy and Well rendered program All departed Well pleased with compliments prof. Bell and his class. On sunday june 22d, Rev. Or. Delamatyr Akron preached the baccalaureate Sermon to the class 90, and was pronounced one the Best Ever listened to in Seio. An attentive and enthusiastic audience greeted the Quot Public in the evening at 7 30, Rev. J. J. Wallace an alumni the College preached the annual Sermon. On tuesday evening june 24th, Hon. Washington society. The past Searon a most conservative one. G. W. Atkinson m. From West ya., mrs. Forney and her sister mrs. Plin Vinton canal Dover left monday for an extended sojourn and recreation at St. Paul and Minneapolis. Miss Clara Myers daughter treasurer Myers returned from Fenton Michigan where she had been teaching saturday last. Miss Myers will remain at Home and teach Here having been elected to teach in the High school. A new discovery. Flom port Washington. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You May yourself be one the Many who know from personal experience just How Good a thing it is. If you have Ever tried it you Are one its staunch friends because the wonderful thing about it is that when once Given a trial . Kings discovery Ever after holds a place in j r. Caracas near town the House. If you have never used it j and should be afflicted with a cough cold any Throat lung Chest trouble secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time Money refunded. Trial bottles free at f. Miller amp songs drug store. Delivered the annual address before tiie literary societies. The subject his address was Quot driving Drifting a which a and for Beauty diction grandeur thought and oratory he is surpassed but by few. Commencement exercises were held thursday june 26th. The Day was Fine the Crown attentive and the orators the Day enthusiastic. There were about 5,000 people the grounds and All congratulated the College upon the Fine showing and the Success the commencement exercises. There were thirty three graduates in All seven in music fifteen in common science and eleven in the literary course. The Normal term begins tuesday july 22d. The new College building now in process erection will be ready for occupancy by the beginning the fall term. It is being erected at a Cost $25,000, and will be the finest building in the county. Students wishing to attend school will do Well to come to Scio As no better school can be found and no More thorough work is done anywhere. The town is pleasantly situated the handle and w. So l. E. Railroads and the citizens the town Are glad to Welcome All Earnest students. A visitor. Washington july 4. The past season has probably been the most conservative in social affairs that Washington has Ever had. The White House which always sets the example in official circles when the social season begins has been Lively without being vulgarly Gay. The president and mrs. Harrison have in a quiet but extremely enjoyable Way entertained More people during the time they have been in a position to entertain than any their predecessors excepting perhaps president Arthur. There was a period several week when Crape was the doors some member the executive household and course sadness filled the hearts instead an inclination to be Gay. President and mrs. Harrison have entertained around their private family Board somebody at dinner luncheon almost every Day when the door was not closed Oil account death. There have been some instances where society people experienced disappointment during tie past Winter. This was owing to the fact that a great Many new people that entered social official life in Washington were unused to tiie etiquette which prevails Cre. It is one the written rules official society that the ladies officials must make the first advances and Call upon those whom they desire to be classed As their friends. 1 am told a lady the wife one the prominent officials who is keenly disappointed in Washington society. When she came Here she the opened her spacious Parlours and sat Down expecting the society people tiie National capital to Cluster about her account her wealth and position at Home. She was told by her friends that she must make the first advances if she wanted to be anything in society and that no one would Call upon her who had not first received a Call. The lady said that she did not care for the red tape Washington society and that the Only tiling required was an announcement in the papers to make her House full every reception Day with the Best society people. She arranged her first reception a Good scale. The announcement was made in the local newspapers and her Beautiful mansion was a Bower Flowers and a Glare gaslight. Her dining room could not have been made More attractive. The lady had about her a Bevy handsome women and girls All Bright conversationalist and ready to win All strangers who should appear. There was but one caller at the House that Day the wife an old Friend who has lived in Washington for years. The hostess was almost heartbroken when her Friend called and expressed in vivid language her mortification at having been passed by without a caller. She could not understand Why it was till the old Friend informed her that no woman and in fact no set women could break Down the old established social lines Washington. It took the lady almost three weeks to make up her mind to yield but she did yield. A month later she spent almost an entire week calling upon the wives private and Public citizens. When again she opened her Parlours for reception the effect her work was readily seen. The Street in front the House was filled with fashionable equip pages during the entire afternoon and even ing. Other women new in Washington who were unwilling to conform to the social requirements and whose receptions have not been a Success Are unable to pacify themselves but these Are the Only persons who do not look upon the past season at the National capital As a Success. Count has yet occurred he insists that the rate Progress must be reduced to four Miles per hour and if he can induce his two colleagues to Side with him he will succeed in Prati caly spoiling a Plant which has Cost nearly a million dollars. Instances this kind might be multiplied Adin finicum to show that this Ideal Gove Mentis not All that is cracked up to be. But one More will suffice and that shows that the same sauce is not always used for the Goose As it is applied to the Gander. Two years ago senator Cullom a Man was exercising the senators horses the streets when the animals became unmanageable coming Down a Steep Hill. They ran into and seriously injured one the principals a Public school Here. He died from the injures received. The rider the horses was arrested indicted tried and convicted j manslaughter although the affair was j purely an Accident. Lie received Only a Light sentence and tiie professor friends wore indignant. The other night the watchman at i the soldiers Home opened his window j in the Middle the night and fired a shot from a 45-caliber revolver. The next moment a dead negro was found near the watchman a door. The Coroner and it was the same one in both cases decided that the latter homicide was purely an Accident and the watchman was released from custody. In the first Case it was a coloured Man who accidentally caused the death a White Man. In the ease this week it was a White Man who did the killing and the victim was Quot Only a even m the capital the nation mrs. Justice sometimes allows tiie Bandage to fall from one her eyes. Chances for a avar. Court common pleas. Proceedings. Should american Cutter vessels. Seize iritis i Everett v Everett $50 Alimony for plaintiff. City Bank new Philadelphia v Joshua Hensel distribution proceeds. Dennison and Uhrick Sivilie b. And l. Co. V Cornelius Barth lord judgment for plaintiff. O. P. Taylor v Catherine Fowler partition. Same v same partition. Kaldenbaugh v Zeb Sparks $399.36 for plaintiff. Sparks v Cope judgment verdict. Julia Peter v Logan machine co. Defendant to plead. Michael Shie v Cleveland and Canton Railroad co. Plaintiff to plead. Martha Miller v John Miller divorce. George a. Tope v Thomas Bucy judgment for plaintiff. Sarah m. Rutter v Andrew Metzgar appointment receiver. Beriah Wilkins v John b. Dawson judgment for plaintiff. David fiddler v Mary e. Fiddler divorce. Moses i. Hostetler v Elizabeth Finzer Sale confirmed. Plin Vinton v Jacob Zumbach. v Jonathan Stafford continuance stricken out. Albert Kail v Winfield l. Dempster settled. J. K. Conwell v g. Ii. Sprout settled. Ida r. Carnahan v Hiram Carnahan. J. Kaldenbaugh v Joseph Shepherd. Re amp a amp co. V we. Wingate Sale confirmed. B. R. Hooper v a. A. Shetler judgment for plaintiff. Mary c. Eckfeld v Margaret Schwab action revived in name administrator. Michael v. Ream a v the new Philadelphia Iron amp steel co. Settled and costs paid. Sharp amp sons v Thomas j Stocker continued by agreement parties. Chas e Murry v a h putt appointment receiver. O c Lawbaugh a v Cleveland amp Canton Railroad plea in abatement sustained. Emma Jane Shutt Al Shutt dismissed. State Ohio v Watkin Watkins $50. Catherine Milone v John Milone divorce. George w Belcher Assignee v Christ. Roth Sale Assignor a real estate w. A. Gold is visiting in Columbus this week. M. Spelling Lias taken charge the night Telegraph office at this place. The Oregon fishing club Pittsburg pa., is camping the Bank the Tus new York july 7. A Washington special to the world Inre Gaard to the Behring sea complications says Quot your correspondent is in a position to say positively and with full and accurate knowledge the facts that the negotiations have reached a crisis which threatens the most serious complications to both nations. A without wishing to be guilty sensationalism falsely mis construing official utterances your correspondent is Able to state that sir Julian Paunee Fote has officially notified . Blaine that if a single vessel flying the British j dered. Flag is seized by american Revenue Cut Beriah Wilkins v Elijah c Taylor Sale ters in Behring Sec its Waters the confirmed powerful British Fleet now assembling Samuel Welch v Orlan Glover at Victoria b. C., will receive immedi Philip Schneider v Joseph ii Somers ate orders to recapture the seized vessel plaintiff to file amended petition and Force will be employed if necessary j Orr so son v ii a Cessner judgment Quot unless the Revenue Cutter making the seizure should strike her Flag to Superior Force blood must follow and while this May not necessarily Lead ton declaration War a condition things close to it must follow which May Well cause the gravest anxiety in the minds All English speaking both due lists fell dead. An eight which is fatal to both the principals. On verdict. C g Taylor v Pittsburg so St. Louis Railroad judgment verdict. Valentine Doerschuck v Christ Gerber defendant to plead. Levi l Dunlavy v Russell amp co. John m. Hines v Cleveland amp Lorain Railroad plaintiff to plead. L f Williams v John Berkheimer defendant to file motion. John Burbeck v w b Croxton judgment for plaintiff. At the Dayton Home. Lari by grown up children. He was than usual As they imagine there is i t a i at 4. O it i i i a. Buried monday at 2 clock by the Don t Stop to la lag stations. Dissatisfaction in the democratic ranks. Already there Are several aspirants for the probate office. The gentlemen spoken Are John Burry judge la. Mar and i. It. In undershot. We Are willing for the party to feel Good under Hope Success but when election 1. O. Q. F., which order he was an honoured member. Trains no. 2 and no. O run daily and carry i Day conies their Hopes and fond desires through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore i and Washington. Will have vanished. Hen republicans through coaches trains no. 2. 3, and 5 be tween Marietta Canton Akron Cleveland and Toledo. Or. We. Ward wife three children and miss Wilsor n Niles made a narrow escape from serious if not fatal injury while returning from Zoar tuesday evening in a Carriage. About two Miles above Dover they were caught in perhaps you Are run Down can to eat can to think can to do anything to your satisfaction and you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning you Are taking the first step into nervous prostration. You need a nerve tonic and in electric bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its Normal healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use this great nerve tonic and alterative. Your appetite returns Good digestion is restored and the liver and kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle Price 50c., at f. Mil Ler so songs drug store. Ask your friends about it. Hold it to the Light. The Man who tells you confidentially just what will cure your cold is prescribing Kempis Balsam this year. In the preparation this remarkable Medicine for coughs and colds expense is spared to Combine Only the Best and purest ingredients. Hold a bottle Kempis Balsam to the right and look through it notice tiie Bright Clear look then compare with other Price 50c. And $1. Sample bottles free. For Sale. The Large Island lying Between the two dams the Tuscarawas River one the finest locations for a summer resort in the county. It also comprises the Best fishing Waters in the state. Will be offered reasonable terms. Inquire l. Edie Tuscarawas Ohio s. Moore editor times. 27tf prof. L. Cronebach finished the census enumeration last week and has sent his report to Headquarters. Charles Kinsey who has been attending a commercial College at Cincinnati is at Home for a Short vacation. A meeting will be held in Union Hall next saturday afternoon july 12, for the purpose organizing a g. A. Ii. Post Here. All soldiers Are requested to be present. The Rev. S. Ii. Weinland Iowa took charge the moravian congregation Here last Sabbath morning being installed by Rev. H. J. Vanvleek Gnadenhutten. Mrs. Agnes Stone Kentucky is visiting her Mother mrs. Andrew Stocker who is lying dangerously ill typhoid fever. Quite an interesting game base Ball was played Here last saturday afternoon Between Brownings nine Gnadenhutten arid the port club with a result 13 to 10 in favor the port boys. Brownings nine made their 10 scores the first inning and Tor three four successive innings after the first no scores were made either Side. D. W. Mcginty. East ainu sit. L East and West at anal Dover with u. L. W. And 0. Amp p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. Amp l. K. And Valley . W k Richards get pass age to a. T. Wikoff Gen manager. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat a faction Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by c Miller a son. 6y2 Tep at Washington Are trying to abridge the Light suffrage by the passage a terrific storm rain bail and wind a Federal election Bill which is Revou the Carriage was overturned its occur tonary in its character and which pants thrown out and All exposed to the places the Power virtually in the hands j raging elements but luckily none so two three to say whether there verely Hurt. Or. W. With difficulty has been an honest ballot then it is held the horses while the pole the High time for the democracy All Over j Carriage was broken and everything the land to solidify and come up with seemed to be giving away in a general unbroken ranks even in local affairs. 1 smash up. Assistance from a Farmer what Reward have they to offer you near by enabled the party to fix up and for when they Are m Power they in reach Home without further mishap. Deavor to perpetuate their Power by partisan methods and if they do it it National they will local affairs. All were thoroughly soaked by the rain a could us to have been Wetter if they had been with my Ginty in the sea. Your distressing cough can be cured. We know it because Kempis Balsam within the past few years Lias cured so Many coughs and colds in this Community. Its remarkable Sale has been won entirely by its genuine Merit. Ask some Friend who Lias used it what he thinks Kempis Balsam. There is no Medicine so pure none so effective. Large bottles Doc and $1 All druggists. Sample bottle free. 15yl we have Given a. Bippus amp son the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whiskey. Distilled from malted Barley it is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase it pc co., 2sw4 distillers Louisville Ivy. Summer place for the president. The Bill to provide a summer House for the president has attracted considerable attention and innumerable suggestions have already been made congressman Owens Bill proposes to appropriate half a million fora site and a suitable mansion either Long Island the Hudson. The general feeling Here is that while the idea a summer White House is a very Good one since the president must spend the greater portion every first session summer Here the residence ought to be just outside the capital at one the Many Beautiful Sites tiie upper Potomac. For Many years the presidents spent their Summers at the soldiers Homo one the loveliest and coolest places near Washington but for some years the custom has been abandoned. Or. Cleveland lived at Oak View but general Harrison will probably live at the White House As Best he can unless lie goes to the Home. Queer affairs at Washington. Washington has some queer Legal regulations and some very Cranky officials to carry them into effect. A Short time ago a huckster was arrested and tried for Selling a Chicken the Street. His offence was that he was dealer in meat and that he had no Butcher License. He was convicted and fined after the judge decided that a Chicken was flesh not fowl As it has been regarded for about 4,000 years. A week two after a Butcher refused to License As a provision dealer the ground that fresh meat could not be classed As provisions. Lie won his Case As the judge decided that his View the subject was right. Pietro Giovanni who Sells bananas and peanuts has always been allowed to keep Iii Street stall open sunday and has never before been molested for so doing. But last sunday an enterprising policeman notified Giovanni a traveler in the far East relates that that he must Stop the Sale peanuts chinese gentlemen Quality consider 1 at nine p. M. And the Dago had to close it beneath their dignity to invent their his establishment own jokes. When they go into society during the last Congress one the each carries with him a collection Street Railroad companies secured the Bon knots and smart repartee obtained right to substitute Cable for horse Power from various sources and when he thinks seventh Street. The object was to the time has come for him to make a give the patrons the Road some Quick Sage remark he turns Over the leaves ofor Means reaching their stores and his commonplace Book till he lights offices and to establish something like a suitable passage which he gravely 1 rapid transit along the three and a half Points out to his neighbor. The latter i Miles Road. The Cable line Las been a Good 40 acre tract improved land i reads the passage with equal Gravity in operation about three months now Paris july 7. A queer Duel took place close to Paris to Day Between two acrobats belonging to a travelling circus. The men quarrelled and resolved to fight a Duel in the ring after the performance. The conditions were two shots each at 25 paces. The weapons pistols. Neither combatant was wounded and the incident was apparently at an end. But the due lists and their seconds had overlooked the presence a couple trained monkeys who sat munching nuts during the affair Honor. These animals had been taught to ride around the ring dressed As soldiers and firing pistols As they Rode. They saw the Duel and when the ring was Clear imitated the proceedings. Gravely loading the weapons they took their places at a distance five paces Only. Both fell dead the wadding their old fashioned pistols act ing As bullets and blowing part the head off one the contestants and wounding the other frightfully in the breast. How the any was passed the dinner Bill fare. Infernal ingenuity. Could scarcely devise More excruciating tortures than those which you see the evidences in the face a rheumatic neuralgia sufferer. The agonies Are the consequence not checking a rheumatic neuralgia attack at the outset. I Lostetter a stomach bitters has been found by skillful medical practitioners to possess not Only remedial but defensive Efficacy where those diseases exists a tendency to them is exhibited. Surely this puissant but Safe botanic Medicine bearing too such High specific Sanction is better than the poisons often employed but most unsafe not Only in continuance but in isolated doses. The blood is Dep rated thoroughly from the rheumatic virus and the nerves slightly i purged upon saved from ultimate and dire Ful throes by this benign saving Medicine which likewise cd hits marked Efficacy for malaria kidney complaints dyspepsia constipation and liver complaint. Dayton o., july 4. A Salute 13 guns was fired by the Battery at the soldiers Home at Sunrise this morning and at 9 clock the veterans assembled in memorial Hall where the declaration Independence was read. At noon the National Salute 42 guns was fired. For dinner the soldiers had a half ton roast Ham half ton roast Lamb 40 barrels potatoes 40 bushels peas 28 bushels rasp series 15 boxes Lemons made in lemonade 200 dozen cucumbers besides bread butter cheese pudding and cookies. E. Selover so co., the nurserymen Geneva n. Y., request our assistance in securing for them one More first class men to take an Agency in this adjoining counties for the Sale their Nursery Stock. This firm guarantees All Stock and pays salaries ranging from $30 to $100 per month and cup fences to successful workers. Any our readers not engaged for the season whose time is not wholly employed will do Well to grasp the Opportunity Here offered and write the above firm at once for full particulars. A Good Chance for All. 27 w 8 for Salt Trade. A Good dwelling and store room combined and a Stock general merchandise that would invoice at about $1,000, situated at a Good Point in a Small Village the c. Is i Railroad. Would Trade for dwelling property in new Philadelphia canal Dover. Reason for Selling the owner wants to educate his children. The stand has a Good Trade. Call s. Moore agent times office. _ for Sale Trade. Marriage licenses granted. John Brinkman and Gertrude Wick. Peter Schneider and Phoebe Bernhard Thomas Joyce and Mary Quinn. J. A. Maxwell and Anna e. Rippel. H. E. Longacre and Sarah b. Berkey. Edward Best and Clara Trachsel. Geo. W. Miller and Ida Hibbs. J. N. Nixon and Ada Frazier. Chinese Avit. 40�?27 w 4 Dru n Ken Ness liquor habit. For Sale Trade. In Norton county Kansas five Miles from Railroad. Also a 40 acre Timber claim 2� acres planted in Forest Trees. Will Trade for Small farm Stocky town property. Call at the times office. Whereupon he selects from his own and has been a grand Success in a com Stock an appropriate rejoinder which polishing the results aimed at. The in he shows the other with a Bow. Both Ginger commissioner who is an officer then smile solemnly and after Many i in the army thinks there is too much in All the world there is but one cure . Haines Golden specific. It can be Given in a cup Tea Coffee without the knowledge the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker an alcoholic wreck. Thousands drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking their own free will. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185 race Street Cincinnati 40yl i have for Sale Trade several tracts Western land in Nebraska Kansas and Missouri will Trade for Stock any kind any Good Chattle property at a fair value for town property. Some these lands Are improved and some unimproved and some partially improved. Title Good and abstracts can be furnished. Call the editor times. Of for Sale a 70 acre tract Good land live Miles from new Philadelphia 45 acres Good coal�?4 it. Vein easy Access it. Of Blackband Ore under 20 acres. Fair buildings Good Orchard Good Spring near the House. Liberal Price and terms easy. A bargain in it. Call at the times office. Compliments resume their Romano. Speed in travelling eight Miles an hour and although no Accident any a for Sale. A thorough bred Short Horn Bull four years old perfectly gentle and weighs about 1,600 pounds. Will take $55. For information apply at times office. Of if you think taking a trip West this season done to fail to write for one our excursion circulars. S. Belknap excursion a it. New Philadelphia it it p. O. Box pm buggies carts and etc., at Ioir a hardware store

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