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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 6, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill heals posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the Quot times advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 1 to. 6 to. 8 1 00s 2 00 2 00 it 00 3 00 7 ,50 5 00 12 50 8 001 22 50 8 3 00 7 50 12 .50 f 22 501 40 001 Lye a. ? it -6 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia thursday june 6, 1889. Number 24. Business directory. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office i n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. John w. Nix on m. D., physician and surgeon. Office on South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by or. Tinker. 51yl 3 f. T Eric House painting paper hanging White washing and Ca Cimin ing neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at Walton so Ackey a shoe store new Philadelphia. Ohio. March 28.1889. Up Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day or night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South of 0 amp 1 depot. 49 John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House on North Broadway. 47yl j h. Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Camuel m0011e, attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. A to a top q the instalment plan by a l to which you can sell our popular books on payments or savings of to cents a week will insure you Twenty times As Many sales As Cash deliveries without fail. Write immediately for particulars. Address Lyncel m i Bush 1 Xgo wanted May it it my Everharty state a Quot livery amp feed stable . The very Best Llor ses carriages and Sample wagons can now he had promptly at the lowest rates. Office and stable near the r if. Depot. May 2, 188a. Ryl Babcock Hurd. Amp co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 103 water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock h. Hurd jr., Charles Babcock ii. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited of new York for the Sale of their celebrated Alaroma and Banda brands of roasted Coffee. Cyl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. J. Murray proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good i very in connection with the House. 4ftyl Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises cores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no required. 11 is guaranteed to give perfect sat Safar thou or Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller amp son. 6y2 go to Montana via these. Paul Minneapolis an Manitoba Ray a magnificent i pm a .7 Imp Tow \phf1ppi Impi i i tin Sui Uipi the Montana express a will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities of Montana great Palis Lle Penafi Lutle for maps and general information inquire of your own ticket 1\ i. Whitney. Gene a . And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. 3d 100 ladies wanted and 100 men to Call on any druggist for a free trial package of lanes family Medicine the great Root and Heib remedy discovered by or. Silas Lane while in the Rocky mountains. For disease of the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and Clearing up the complexion it does wonders. Children like it. Everyone praises it. Large size package 50 cents at All druggists. Til nov. For Sale cheap. Farm of 91 acres situated in Rush township within three Miles of two railroads Good new House and other buildings Well improved. Also 50 acres of Good Hill land situated within two Miles of Uhrichsville. For further information Call on w. Ii. Westhafer Tracy Tuscarawas co., I4tf for Sale. A farm of Twenty acres situated in Rush township eight acres cleared and remainder in Timber. Lays Well and is Good soil. It is known As the Rufus Walton tract. For further information inquire of the owner mud run Valley. Norman Rupert. Houses for Sale. A number of desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from �500 to �8000. Enquire at times of face. A parisian circus presents the spectacle of a fortified Harbor in which a naval engagement takes place. The miniature vessels Are Manu cred and the guns fired from behind the scenes by Means of electrical Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday june of 1881. Hummel Block second floor East i Lirah St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 4arthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance#1.00 if not paid within three m0�?T3 1.50 a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication to the times. Tin irk at disaster. Cleveland Plain healer the total loss of life by the bursting of cd one Maugh dam will probably never be known. Tens of thousands were in the Valley of death when the mighty mass of water fell into it and swept Down its narrow confines. Some were fortunate enough to hear and heed the warning of the coming flood and took Refuge on the hillsides but the greater number remained in their Homes or at their employments were caught by the swirling and Seething Waters and swept to dreadful death. The probabilities Are that the survivors Bear Small proportion to the dead. The Johnstown calamity stands without a parallel in the history of american disasters. No such loss of life As that reported in the latest estimates has Ever occurred from Accident of any kind in this country. The Mill River dam burst in Massachusetts was the nearest in resemblance but. The destruction it caused in property and life was Small compared with that wrought by the Conemaugh flood. Nothing was wanting in horror. Fire added its terrors to those of the Hood and Many who had escaped drowning perished in the burning wreckage in sight of the horrified survivors who could give them no assistance. Unlike most disasters the loss of life first reported was Small in comparison with the facts and even then was believed to be exaggerated. As later news came in and the estimates Rose from scores to hundreds and then to thousands something like a Conception of the actual extent of the calamity began to be formed. When the news from the first Relief party came Back it was realized that the seemingly wild estimate of from 4,000 to 5,000 dead might fall far Short of the reality and that the loss might be double the highest of these numbers. Even should this not prove to be the ease the bursting of Conemaugh dam will stand As the most frightful of american disasters up to the present time. State senator. In speaking of our nominees in last Issue we inadvertently omitted to mention the name of our esteemed Friend and fellow Democrat John a. Buchanan who was so heartily endorsed for state senator by the Tuscarawas county democratic convention. Or. Buchanan whose platform is "1 am a Democrat a is yet on the sunny Side of life. He has mental Force and so far As politics go is decrying of any Honor the democracy of this county and District can bestow and among them tin position of state senator is numbered. His personal character for rectitude is beyond question and his political knowledge and action dates Back to his first vote hence ins eminent fitness for the office mentally morally and politic by. During the Campaign of 18.-s, then was no Democrat in the state who a noted himself More to the cause of democracy than he did. Always a Carly to go to the front and Bicu a in a masterly and eloquent manner the issues incident to that heated Campaign and in which Pardon the digression he came near losing his life contracting from exposure at night and out door discussions a violent cold which confined him to his Home the past six months. The senatorial convention could not select a better Man among the Many Sterling democrats of this District to represent them m the legislature. Editorial notes. The county commissioners met in regular session monday morning. Also the township trustees held their regular session the same Day. The weeks Iljinas. The ordinance prohibiting the Sale of intoxicating liquors in Cambridge was repealed at a late session of the Council. One years experience with Bootleg saloons satisfied that Village. A Man remarked to us the other Day that he was never Happy until he had paid the editor and immediately proceeded to Complete his happiness. We will assist any others to find happiness in the same Way. A a woman s rights woman thus pertinently says Quot we Are told that women would be insulted at the polls but Why any More there than at the Post office or at the depot ? there arc Tew americans thin enough to do it and if any one did he would soon be made thinner. He would feel As if two millstones had caught the London Spectator says of the United states Quot her people Are becoming the greatest nation in the world. It is probable that nothing Short of actual violence would induce any nation to attack her while she could if so pleased almost ruin the Commerce of any nation on the it also predicts that there Are children who May live to see the Republic with a population of 200,000,000. We acknowledge the receipt of a cordial invitation from general manager Townsend of the L. Amp w. Railway co., to attend the formal opening of Camp Chippewa Lake last saturday. Very sorry that we could not attend owing to an attack if intermittent fever which kept us confined to our Chippewa Lake is a Lovely place and is fast becoming a popular resort for All parts of the state especially this Section on the line of the Railroad. W. L. Wallick of the Sherman House this City has charge of the hotel and dining room at Chippewa this season whose reputation As a caterer to the travelling Public is already established. Marti a t wrwri�?1 re t our esteemed Friend Geo. Johnson the popular landlord of the hotel at Westchester gave our Sanctum a Friendly Call on monday last. He is a Man with whom one can pass a pleasant hour in social Converse and while so doing or. Johnson informed us that on his Way Here he called at our county infirmary to find a Home fur an old lady from his neighbourhood and pronounces the superintendent of that institution a the right Man in the right place a and no better lady in All the land could be found to assist in taking care of the unfortunates who have found Homes there than his estimable wife mrs. Landis. Or. Johnson says every tiling in and about that institution is m no. 1 order and As Quot neat As a meeting of our citizens was called for by mayor Mcgregor on monday evening the object of which was to raise funds clothing ac., to assist in relieving the sufferers of the Johnstown disaster in our sister state of Pennsylvania but the time was so limited that but few were apprised of the meeting and it was a failure As far As our citizens were concerned. The Council however. Met in special session and unanimously voted a donation of three Hundred dollars to he sent to it is i a Tuo late yet t for the people of this i face and Vicinity to make contrib till us a i elot Hii. And provisions to Send the afflicted ones who need glance for week to come. The suffering of those who escaped the destructive Hood has been intense and it behoves every citizen of our common country who can to assist in sending Relief re us in Hering that Quot Whoso hath this worlds goods and seeth his brother have need and shut Teth up his compassion from him How a Willeth the love of god in him a some More needed improvement is being done near the Public Square on West High Street fronting the business houses on the North Side As far As the Alley Between the Gentsch and Mathias blocks and on South Broadway from Chapins Corner Down to the Alley a Stone curbing will be put in and the pavements widened two feet. We learn from the Newcomerstown Index that or. O. B. Dent died at his Home in that place on saturday May 25th, of paralysis aged 42 years 7 mos. And 26 Days. Also that mrs. Sarah r. B. Croter wife of j. Ii. Creter died very suddenly on sunday Forenoon May 26th. In company with her husband she was on her Way to attend the memorial service at the lutheran Church when she was seized with an attack of Haemorrhage of lungs dying in a few minutes after she was taken Home. The festival Given at the methodist e. Church Friday and saturday evenings of last week by the Young menus Christian association netted them the neat sum of �93.05. They tender thanks to those who patronized them and also to the trustees of the Church who so kindly allowed them the use of the Assembly room. We Are glad to note that this association is steadily increasing in members and their efforts to make the society a permanent one should be substantially encouraged by our citizens. We notice quite an improvement being made on North Broadway in front of the residences of a. L. Neely and P. Taylor. By their direction Xic. Miller and sons Stone masons have inserted a Stone curbing the entire length of their respective lots and about four feet from the original sidewalk. This intervening space will be filled with a gradual slope and sodded which will add greatly to the appearance of that Side of the Street. We presume the owners of contiguous lots know their own business yet it would make the walk Complete if they would do likewise. The Mineral City band numbering sixteen members regaled our citizens with some Fine music saturday afternoon last. The occasion of their coming was to escort a Comrade Home who had just been released fim Quot Durance vile the past three months. Of course a woman was at the Button of tiie affair. The victim denies any connection in the matter and his associates believe in his innocence but Quot when a woman says she will she will you May depend on it a and it takes a regiment of Good people to impeach her testimony in eases of this character before Quot twelve Good and True the weeks doings. Allot t candidates. Steubenville Gazette the Republican press is babbling about the necessity of a Republican Soldier candidate for governor in Case the democrats nominate Campbell who is supposed to have a big grip on what is called a the Soldier the Republican press May or May not be honest in this but a Little study of statistics will prove that there is no advantage to the democrats in Soldier nominations no matter if a Man was shot to pieces in defense of the Union he is a a Grebe in anyhow in the minds of the truly Quot Loyal whenever he asks for their Suffrages As a Democrat. The democratic party simply invites defeat when it switches off on the Soldier Issue save Square toed democracy. It is of very Little importance either Way what the democratic candidate for governor in 1889 was doing in 1864 it is important that he should have been a straight out Tariff Reform Democrat from 1884 to 1889. The Man to win with is the one who will take the democratic vote who will bring out the vote of his own party for the democratic vote with a candidate who stands for democratic principle will carry Ohio this year. The first by electricity. The first execution by electricity in new York will occur during the week commencing on the 24th of june. The entire execution will be shrouded in mystery As according to the Law regulating the executions no persons can be present except the executioner condemned and physicians. No Day is set for the execution Only a week and the condemned May be executed on any Day and at any hour during the week and under a heavy penalty the papers Are prohibited from printing anything concerning the execution. not fail to read the account of the Johnstown disaster on our second Page. Last thursday decoration Day the Day set aside by this nation to Sanctify the memory of the Rayc and Gallant Soldier boys who Laid Down their lives for the preservation of the Union was observed As fittingly As could be under the circumstances. In the morning the cd a. Ii. Post accompanied by the s. Of v. Drum corps went out to Oldtown cemetery and there met the citizens of the Valley who Conj finely strewed the Graves of the Loyal dead with Flowers returning to the City at noon in order to carry out the exercises arranged for Here in the afternoon. At 1 of clock M., in spite of the ominous Clouds a Large crowd of people had gathered in the Public Square. Happy looking children dressed in Holiday attire carrying handsome bouquets flitted Here and there and for a while it looked As if the lowering Clouds would break away and Sunshine appear. At 2 of clock the Quot Assembly was sounded and the g. A. R. Post filed out of their Hall to the Public Square thence up to the school building where the scholars were already in line. But by the time the line was ready to move the sky began to Darken indicative of a storm and before reaching City Hall on the line of March the rain commenced to pour Down necessitating the Little ones to seek shelter stopping further proceedings for the time. As is the annual custom superintendent Clarmount of the children a Home had brought the Little waifs Over to in the exercises and they too came marching along High Street preceded by our juvenile drum corps in a drenching rain their Little faces sad with As there was no cessation of the rain it was deemed advisable to disband the procession the Little ones giving their Flowers to the members of the Post what it marched to the cemetery and strewed the Graves of their comrades. Tiio3e of the children who did not get Down As far As the Hall in returning to their Homes deposited their Flowers at the base of the soldiers Monument in the Public Square until it was literally covered with flu vers. Had the weather been propitious the occasion would have been observed with greater demonstration than usual in our City. A new society fad is a movement among the ladies to establish regular Quot at Home a Days in order that there be less conflict in making Calls. It sometimes happens that a lady is not very particular whether she finds any one at Home at certain places or not but As Rule they would prefer not to be compelled to leave a bit of pasteboard in Lien of a pleasant half hour Chat. It is proposed to apportion certain Days to certain streets so that on Tho a Days friends from other portions of the City May Call with some Assurance of meeting a personal Welcome. The plan is a i excellent one being in Vogue in the larger cities. A few weeks ago or. Fred. Kinzie of this place went to Rome n. Y., to consult a physician in regard to the removal of a cancer on Bis lower to learn since that the growth was removed lot that it aft awards made its appearance on his rigid Check win re the roots of the cancer had e Dot need. Anol Serapi ligation similar to the first was applied and so far was successful. At this writing monday or. 17. Reports hims if by letter to Iii family that the course of the Dis ase has been arrested that he feels correspondingly encouraged and will be Home on saturday of this week. Eye Hope or. K. Will return Homo entirely cured. G. A. Gribble and wife of Pittsburgh pa., arrived in town monday afternoon on a visit to his brother Gribble and ins Sisters mrs. S. Crites and mrs. L. Cahill and other relatives. Well Well our own Quot Gyke Lias taken unto himself a wife. This will cause a wonderment among his Large Circle of friends in this locality who thought lie was Iron proof against cupids darts lie chose for his Bride miss Kittie tru Nick of Pittsburgh pa., and who formerly conducted the millinery department of the Fribley firm South Broadway this City where by her winning and lady like manner she won the entire respect of those with whom she came in Contact. We congratulate our Friend Gyke and his Bride and Hope they May go hand and hand through life without a Ripple of trouble that their present happiness will continue unbroken and unshaken amid All the rough places that lie in ambush along their journey so that the evenings of their lives May be spent in peace happiness and plenty. Married at the residence of mrs. V. Ream West fair St., by the Rev. J. A. Cook of the presbyterian Church this City at 11 of clock a. M., tuesday or. R. W. Beatty of Pittsburgh pa., and miss Mary g. Ream Only daughter of mrs. V. Ream. The wedding was quiet and a ostentatious no persons being present except the immediate relatives of the family. We extend our congratulations to the Happy pair and wish them unalloyed happiness through life. Miss Quot Mamie As she was familiarly called by her associates is one of our most accomplished Young ladies Bright and vivacious possessing a High musical education and whose manner and deportment will win her a place in the Best of society wherever her Home May be. The couple had an Eastern trip in View but owing to the disaster destroying the Pennsylvania Railroad at Johnstown and other Points their Bri dal tour in that direction was abandoned. They will make their Home m Wilkinsburg a Superb of Pittsburgh where or. Beatty is engaged in the produce and commission business. Squirrel Hunting is now in order. The census year began last saturday june 1st, and ends May 30th, 1890. The flies Are beginning to wonder when they come in this summer. An irresistible bait for rats is Sunflower seeds. Try it if you have the rats and seeds. The annual meeting of Ohio teachers will be held at Toledo this year july 2nd, 3rd and 4th. your local advertising in the times. Circulation 56 quires one half larger than any other democratic paper in the county. Go to the m. E. Church and get an excellent Dis i of strawberries also cake and Coffee will be served by the ladies this thursday evening june 6th. C. It. Crawford has opened a new boarding House on West High Street in the property formerly owned by Worth Mathias. Board by Day or week. 24vv5 done to make an if you meet a girl of the. Bearing a huge parasol with a handle that looks like an because they Are fashionable. She might look t t at you and a it Over your head. We would Rise to remark that persons who get married on the quiet and have the probate judge write across the face of the record a a done to publish a assume the risk of wondering gossip. A Young lady was heard to remark the other evening near the Post office that the Quot gents new style of pants Are becoming so wide that it will soon be the proper thing for a lady to take the Lead in going up a stairway. Miss Blanche Hummell Only daughter Ter of or. F. Hummel deceased died at the residence of her Uncle or. Cyrus Ilum Mell on Hummell a Valley last thursday aged 16 years. Iler remains were deposited in the Ilum Mell vault new Philadelphia cemetery Friday. The Minnesota legislature Lias passed a Law which makes the Drinker and not the seller responsible for drunkenness. The penalty attached is a Fine for the first offence of not less than �10 and not More than �10 or imprisonment for not less than 10 Days or More than -10 pays. Second offence �30 to �50 Fine and 90 Days in jail. A gentleman from port Washington informed us that on last sunday a Man by the name of David Thomas was leading a Colt out to Graze on one of by ways in that Village when it become Frisky and playful jerking itself Loose and Wheeling around kicked or. Thomas in the face splitting his nose and so confusing the brain that the Many a life is despaired of by attending physicians. The Lawn Tennis club this City when the weather is favourable play on their grounds on North Broadway every evening to the curiosity of visitors and for their own pastime. The game looks interesting More so from the fact that the Young ladies take a hand in it who handle the Bat with ease and Grace and which experience May prove effective in wielding a Broom Over an unruly Quot Hubby in after years. A new Story Stith d Quot Isaik or from Simp to mansion a a romantic Story of a dressmaker will shortly be coi Mene j cd in the times. It is written by mrs. F. Howard. It begins where most j stories ends with the marriage of the heroine but it is not the less interesting \ on that account. Done to miss a single chapter of this Beautiful Story. Subscribe now. Terms Only one Dollar per year. What is new Philadelphia going to do on the 4th of july we could just As Well celebrate Here As to let our people go away from town and take in celebrations elsewhere and others Quot moped at Home All Day. Come to the front you who Are interested and get up something that will keep our people at Home and attract visitors from All parts of the county. Our columns Are open to any measure having this object in View. Is consumption incurable. The weeks doing is. 31iscellaneous. Read the following or. C. Ii. Mott Ris Newark ark., says Quot was Down with abscess of lungs and friends and physicians pronounced me an incurable consumptive. Began taking or. Kings new discovery for consumption am now on my third bottle and Able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest Medicine Ever Jesse Middlewart Decatur Ohio says Quot had it not been for or. Kings new discovery for consumption i would have died of lung troubles. Was Given up by doctors. Am now in Best of try it. Sample bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drugstore. The Twenty fourth annual commencement of the new Philadelphia High school will be held at the opera House this City Friday evening june 14th. Exercises begin at 8 of clock Programme music Quot a tis morn a a song by class. Invocation Rev. J. Ii. Dodd. Music illusion grand March by Cap Itana misses Minnie Spence and Cora Schweitzer. Odds and ends Salut Atory Percy r. Browne. Weep not that the world changes Clara Stoody. Music polka de concert by ii. Bartlett prof. Jean Moos. Flags and their significance a. L. Emerson. Voices Emma Welty. Music Caprice by Ketterer miss Bessie Hoover. The peril of greatness valedictory g. W. Dodd. Presentation of diplomas or. W. C. Browne president of the Board. Music commencement March by the class. Fine Job printing done Quot on Wool is quoted at 30 cents for Good clips. The new Philadelphia school closes for the summer vacation on Friday june 14th. Strawberries Are Selling at 10 cents per quart in this Market with the Large ones on top. Or. Geo. Lechner an old and highly respected citizen of Sandy township died at his residence monday morning. Some thief or thieves entered the summer out House of j. Routzen Heizer druggist thursday night last and carried away a lot of clothing meat Etc. Ice Cream strawberries cake and a Good cup of hot Coffee will be served by the ladies at the m. E. Church this thursday evening june 6th. Come everybody. . O. L. Keen will be at the Exchange hotel june 12th, 1889, to extract Teeth without pain and without producing sleep or using opiates. Come and be convinced. 24tf if you want Good fresh butter eggs Nice sliced Ham Nice fresh cakes canned goods chickens vegetables in fact anything in the grocery line Call at j. W. Stoody a new store West High St. A fish weighing 48. Pounds was on exhibition saturday at a. Lalli Well a fish Market South Broadway. There was quite a spirited controversy among the Quot boys As to who could guess nearest to its weight. It seems that the men Are not to have the flannel shirt All to themselves this summer. Women says a fashion writer will Wear them too with a soft Sash at the Waist line and a Jaunty Short cutaway coat Over All. Train men threw a tramp off of a Coal car near the c., l. Amp w. Depot tuesday evening. From the Kiy he rolled Over and Over we should judge they were experts at that business and had no use for him on their train. The rate of taxation for state purposes the coming year has been fixed As follows for general Revenue fund 1.4 Mills for sinking fund 3-10 of 1 Mil for state common school fund 1 Mill making the total Levy for state purposes 2.7 Mills. The latest Puzzle is a mathematical one and the Puzzle consists in making 21 by using any six of the following figures 1, 1, 1, 3, 3, 3, 5, 5, 5, 7, 7. 7, 9, 9, 9. Some doubt exists in the minds of those who have tried it whether it can be done or not. Children a Day will be observed in tie methodist episcopal Church next sunday at 10 30 a. A concert service appropriate to the occasion will be rendered. All members of the sunday school and congregation Are expected to contribute a birth Day offering to the cause of Christian education. Doctor Kinsey of port Washington brother of auditor John Kinsey is lying sick at the residence of his father or. Joseph Kinsey of near lock 17. P. the above was in Type we learn that or. Kinsey died monday afternoon. Ids a vase was consumption. Or. K. Was yet in the prime of life being about 10 years of age. Or. Daniel Kolb of newcomer Tov a stopped in town on monday on business having just arrived from Johnstown i�?Ta., the scene of the late horrible flood disaster. Just on the eve of starting Home we could not interview him As was our wont but he said the scene beggars description and that the magnitude of the awful calamity could not be summed up for sometime yet. The new Philadelphia school Board met monday evening and after transacting the usual business proceeded to vote for superintendent the ensuing year. Three candidates were presented Viz messes. Ray the present incumbent Jos. Welty of Madison o., and f. S. Fuson of Mechanicsburg Cham pain county The voting resulted in no Choice and the meeting adjourned until next week. Forced to leave Home. Over 60 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call for a free trial package of lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out of order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Call on any druggist to Day for a free Sample of this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Everyone likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. Til nov. The new Philadelphia Junior base Ball club went to Dover saturday afternoon to contest a game with a similar club of that Village. The score stood at the end of the eighth inning 13 to 13. When the ninth was called with Dover at the Bat the Umpire made a decision which caused a kicking on the part of the Dover boys who withdrew from the game the Umpire giving the score in favor of the juniors of 9 to 0. Electric ritters. This remedy is becoming so Well known and so popular As to need no special mention. All who have used electric bitters sing the same song of Praise. A purer Medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do All that is claimed. Electric bitters will cure All diseases of the liver and kidneys will remove pimples boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent As Well As cure All malarial be i vers. For cure of headache consume a Tion and indigestion try electric bitters j entire satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded. Price 50 cents and �1 per Ottle at f. C. Miller amp son�?T6 drugstore. Born to or. And mrs. Winfield Scott Heminger tuesday morning a son. Editor read of the Standard Speaks his piece to non paying subscribers in this weeks Issue of his paper. The gypsies who were encamped on the City Park grounds Quot folded their tents and silently stole away a monday morning last. For Sale a Good second hand Phaeton Houpt make practically As Good As new and Cost �150. Will sell Low want to buy a two seat Rig is the reason for Selling. Inquire at the times office. 3t reported that Tuscarawas county is the Home of a school teacher who is 40 years old and has never been Twenty live Miles from where he was new Philadelphia is the largest town he has Ever Foo of jacksonian. Personal mention. Or. Moore is still quite sick. Johnnie of the Standard is about again. Or. Daniel Minnicki East High Street is very ill. _ de. P. Degrief sex postmaster is on the sick list. Editor Hosick of the Mineral Pointer was in town on monday. Capt. S. Slade of port Washington was in town last tuesday. For Sale or Exchange a business room and Stock of general merchandise in a Good business town of 600 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice �3,000. Information can be had at the times office. _ of a Richland county Man who went to Oklahoma has written a letter to a former neighbor in which he says Quot have the agricultural society offer a Premium at the next county fair for the biggest fool in the county and ill try to be Home in time to draw the after Twenty months of trial or. E. Houze of the Hospital St. Jean Brussels reports Tannin the most beneficial substance in consumption he has known. After the first few Days expectoration sweats and cough diminish and the appetite improves. The adoption of electricity for a motive Power in the cities is demoralizing the horse Market in City and country common Stock can be bought for from �50 to �80, while Good steppers Are hard to get at Good prices. In this locality we Are informed prices Range from �125 to �150 for Good horses. Public Sale. 1 will offer for Sale upon my premises in Warwick township on saturday june 15th, ones horse portable engine made by Russell amp co., one Victor Clover 11 idler made by the Newark machine company one Patent spindle 2-horse Wagon and water tank thereto one Mansfield separator and one Wilmot separator. Sale to commence at one of clock Terms made known on Day of Sale. Henry Wiand. A russian Fibre. Var. Morley Williams of East Liverpool is visiting friends in this City. Mrs. Newbold of canal Dover was the guest of mrs. Holman Over sunday. Or. George Cross and family of Canton were visiting in the City last week. . King travelling agent for a Pittsburgh Glass firm was Home Over sunday. _ mrs. F. Geckeler of Lockport spent Sabbath in our City the guest of mrs. Charles Dick. A. R. Holmes sex Post office inspector arrived Home saturday evening look Hale and Hearty. Or. Harrison and Friend from Mckeesport pa., Are the guests of or. Ludwick this place. I r. E. W. Dole dentist City Block South Broadway spent sunday with his parents at Salem Court of common pleas. Proceedings. Rev. Wilson of Canton visited his daughter Lon teacher in our Public school the past week. Or. We. Ward of Niles Ohio Lias been calling on his acquaintances the past week in this City. Elisha Jacobs jr., of Waynesburg spent a few Days the past week with his parents near this place. Or. Gotlieb Sholman of Canton is visiting his parents and shaking hands with his Many friends in this City. Or. Chas. N. Mccullough of Union township this county is visiting his son or. Jos. T. Mccullough this City. A new textile has been discovered on the Shore of the Caspian by m. O. Blak Enburg. The Plant is known to the natives As Quot Tanaff a and grows to a height of ten feet with a diameter of about a tenth of an Inch. By careful cultivation and preparation a textile matter that is suited for most Ordinary purposes and would be particularly desirable for sacks Tarpaulin ropes Etc., is obtained. It is lighter cheaper and and much stronger than hemp. It is soft elastic and Silky and the finer articles made from it can be bleached chemically and dyed any Shade of color. Saved 1 lie value of farm. Rollers cough syrup has attained a reputation almost equal to Sellers Bills and More could hardly he said of any Medicine. Tim syrup should Bok i in every family where there Are children and grown up people find it a most valuable Medicine for coughs cold hours Ness and Throat and lung diseases. The Bills Are such a Standard remedy in some parts of the country that a family never thinks of being without them. Said an old gentleman in Eastern Maryland Quot Why in be raised my family on Sellers a Bills and i consider them almost essential to a family As bread. In the last thirty years they have saved me enough in doctors Bills to for a Cincinnati Star. 0m6 unclaimed letters. The following list of unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office june 3, 1ss9 j. S. Stamets Alminia Brown Albert troll a. E. Wills miss cell Shroyer John Ickes miss Flora Fisher mrs. Laura v. Sty niger 2, w. King Frank Miller mrs. E. Marcus Edward Pearce 2, mrs. Queen Johnston mrs. L. Durler John Rutledge j. W. Pepper a. S. Thompson ii. A Shetler Clarence Lawlin Nora Shaffer Linda alerted mrs. W. F. Jones Rudolph Rothacker w. E. Mason Eddie ii. Jones Roe Miller l. Rtocksdale John Riggle mrs. Julia Terrill. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. Please say a a Daniel Korns From Newl Omerso vex. Or. Alfred Bailey of Lebanon Tennessee formerly if tiie Gilsey House this City was in town this week. Or. Fred and miss Edith Dearborn who have been visited in Cleveland for some time have returned Home. Airs. Herman Norbeck Nee miss Ida Wisner and Little daughter of Chicago visited miss Madge Zullner last week. Last monday night there was a petition presented to the Council asking the repeal of the prohibition ordinance. The petition was accepted and the mayor instructed to Call an election which was called for last saturday. There was seventy two votes cast seventy for repealing the ordinance and two votes against it. The Sells family that was poisoned some time ago Are improving but or. Sells is very Low yet. George Lowell an old resident of this neighbourhood died saturday night he has been sick for a Long time. George Miskimen is having the front of his business rooms repainted. The slaters Are putting the Root on r. L. Shoemaker s new dwelling. Daniel Lamb attended the meeting of the grand Lodge k. Of p., at Toledo last week he reports a Good time. Mrs. J. Ii. Creter and B. Dent of this place was buried last week. Mrs. Creter was take n to Indiana for burial. Or. Carrie Loose of Columbus was visiting her Mother mrs. Swan last week. O. I. A. W. Misses Gertrude Spence Maine criss Well cad. Houpt Ella Lamerand Emma Welty will be present at the l a i Sheville commencement next thursday. Miss Kate Graham the accomplished daughter of the editor of the chronicle a Richville visited her grandparents or. And mrs. Daniel Minnich East High Street the past week. . L. Robb a former new Philadelphia boy son of we. Robb who has resided in Findlay Ohio the past year is visiting his Grandfather or. William Robb and other relatives m this City. Messes. W. A. Johns i. F. Dent goo. W. Mulvane and ii. R. Hawthorn of Newcomerstown were at the a a huh this week As witnesses for the plaintiff in the Case of we. L. Davis is. The Excelsior Coal company. Or. Temple of Beaver dam has returned from Paoli Guernsey county where he had been to visit his son he reports folks All Well and a Good time generally As he always has when he goes there. _ or. J. A. Spence of Flushing son of James Spence this City has been appointed surgeon of the Pennsylvania Railroad system with Headquarters at Richmond Indiana to which place he went on tuesday last. The doctor carries with him the Best wishes of his Many friends Here. Every la it by suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness Etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive full particulars of a new treatment for such troubles. Sent free. Sealed or. If. H. Armstrong 3033 Cambridge St., phila., a. 51yl or. John w. Burro of Cleveland was in town Over sunday the guest of j his father or. John Burry West High. Miss Nano Booth has gone to new i Homer town to be present at the Grade action of her Friend miss Bertha Shaw. I or. And mrs. Keepers of Uhrichsville spent sunday at the residence of or. I a. S. Skinner mrs. Keepers father tie i place. Or. Has. Gentsch formerly of this place has been appointed a pension sex Aming surgeon for the Eniy of Cleveland. Miss Minnie Porter of port a Hing a ton was the of miss Lizzie j. \ Marsh this City from saturday i monday. Miss Sade Miskimen of newcomers i ton visited her Sisters in this place saturday and sunday returning Home on j monday. Ludlow Smith of Tippecanoe visited his sister mrs. Samuel Moore this City and his Brothers in canal Dover the past week. Mrs. John Custer went to Hopedale Harrison county this week to attend commencement exercises of the col la age at that place. Decrees for plaintiffs. Ellen Fowler v John Fowler. Show cause. Floyd Minnis v Alice Minnis. Seth m. Milliken v Grovestein amp Fuller piano co. Trial to court. We. L. Davis v Excelsior Coal co. Sale set aside revaluation. Frank a. Bigler v John s. Bigler. Cases continued. Elisha Babcock v Cleveland Loran a Wheeling Railroad. Augusta Den Mead v George ii. Morgan. Ohio on complaint of Ann Beers v Adam Henderson. Floyd Minnis v Alice Minnis. Ohio on complaint of Romano Norris v Milton Barringer. Ohio on complaint of John Hague v Melvin Mccue. Ohio on complaint of Ann Steetz v William Wallick. Ohio on complaint of Alice Stocker v Samuel Baird. Plaintiff to plead. Augusta Denmead Geo. Ii. Morgan. John Robinson v George v. Kollar. Cases settled. T. S. Taylor v we. Denning. John Steffee v William 11. Steffee. T. Ileal a v Napoleon b. Kennedy. Wolf Lane amp co. V f. F. Keo Bletz. The Springfield engine and Thresher co. V j. Dinning. Cases dismissed. Conrad Weaver v Geo. Weaver. Orange Lawbaugh v Elizabeth Lawbaugh. Defendant to plead. Maggie j. Swihart v John i. Otis. Sharp amp sons v Thomas j. Stocker. We. Adams v Valentine j. Suprick. A of court it is. Monday j Tine 3. No. 2�?j. Booth v Lilac band Iron co. 7�?Ann Meyer v Stephen Buhrer and Chas. Rittenhouse. 11�?City Bank new Philadelphia v . Bigler it Al. 13�?lewis Carhart v l. Williim 30�?David Judy v Benjamin Fisher. Tuesday june79�?michael Geyer v Cleveland Lorain its Wheeling Railroad. 107�?John ii. Benfer Lafayette Smiley. 112�?nancy Wallace v Joseph Wal-11ace, h on d. 129�?cyrus Roth v j. T. Simmers ii Oil d. 141�?julia ii. Dutton v Jos. 11. , adm a. Wednesday june 5. 168�?Harrison 11. Arnold v Isaac 11. In Urtz 11 on m. 173�?Elizabeth Kohr v Ann e. Thias ii. On m. 188�?simon j. Beck v w. E. Beck h. A on m. 191�?catharine Foresyth v Benj. Forsythe it Al. Ii. On m. 208�?eugene k. Edson v w. Ii. Higher 11. On m. 217�?John Orr it pc sons v ii. A. A a Sner 11 on m. Tuesday june 6. 221�?j. Aultman in rows v harm n j. Bond 11 on m. 229�?Mary e. Williams v to Ervin 11 on i it. 245�?e. J. Jacob v James Hot i. Ltd son 11. 249�?conrad Keesy v Ever let Thompson 11 on m. 25�?wm. Wiliiams v Ezra ail 265 a Emma n. Lower v Moses j. A a or ii. 290�?anna list v August list ii 291�?Mary R. Collins v on d. 311�?juicy Mahaffy v , h. 35 in application 1st Christian Church Dennison Ohio. Friday j uni 7. 65�?Mary Eckfeld v Mai a \ t Schwab ii. 116�?anna i it. Pfeffer v Martha Ganz Man ii. On d. 125�?c. E. Miller v Lewis 1>. Travis ii on m. 138�?wm. Wingate v Zeb. P. Sparks h on m. 298�?charles g. Taylor v Pittsburgh Cincinnati amp St. Louis Railroad. 312�?andrew Crawford Post v r Park it Al. 317�?samuel Webb v John Lawrence ii on i it. 333�?wm. Adams v Valentine j. Hup Rick h on i it. 345�?edward Rosemond v William j. Knodel ii on m and d. 347�?George speck v Rebecca speck ii on i. Real estate transfers. Compiled in tiie office of the recorder of de Malinda s. Collins to Hiram n. Laiz ure 1 acres Mill twp., �155.00. Clarence Ripley to if. H. Ripley 3s acres Salem twp., �2,000. William h. Voshall to e. S. Collier 1 acres Mill twp., �173.76. William t. Brown to Elizabeth Brown 26j acres Fairfield twp., �2,325. Edward j. Brown to we. T. Brown 26j acres Fairfield twp., $4,650. Nathan Mccreary to Emma Edwards 57-100 of an acre �75.00. Joseph Loeb to we. Maurer 17.100 of an acre Uhrichsville �200. B. Hostetler to Daniel Hostetler 88 acres Sugarcreek twp., �5,700. John Rummell to David Rummill part lots 1 and 2, new phila., $750. David Rummell to John Rummill 50 acres Goshen twp., $2,500. John w. Benson to Frederick Gersie 25 acres Rush twp., �300. Samuel a. Belknap administrator to Rebecca Walker 93 acres Warren twp �1,800. S. C. Kline to Barbara a. Kline part lots 53, 54, 55, Bolivar �1,000. Marriage licenses irate Ltd. We. F. Crites and Alice a. Denoth. Geo. W. Treen and Mary e. Mutli. Chas. Burris and Clara Holden Baum. A. Manner and Kiturah b. Has Eli

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