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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 13, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published thursday. I one Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Space. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1y r. One Inch. 8 1 00 8 2 00 $3 00 8 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume in. New Philadelphia o., thursday june 13, 1889. Number 25. Business directory. Plancis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office i n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. John w. Nixon m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl u T Pri Chouse painting paper hanging White washing and Cimin Long neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at Walton amp Ackey a shoe store new Philadelphia Ohio. March 28. 1839. 14mb up Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South 0 4 p 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 Oil North Broadway. 4<yl 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. 4�yl Amuel Moore 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 Vrr pc the instalment plan by a Tjin inv ski h you can sell our popular books , savings so cents a week will insure you Twenty times As Many sales us Cash deliveries without fail. A for particulars. Address Lyncel m 1 i bulb i 1ng company. Cincinnati. Ohio May 10, my wanted g Everhart s new livery amp feed stable . The very Best horses. Carriages and Sample w agony can now be had promptly at the lowest rates. Office and stable near the 11. I. Depot. May 2,1889. 1 it Al Babcock Hurd amp ., wholesale grocers 106 amp 108 water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock h. Hurd. Jr., chalks Babcock. Ii. A. Bishop Mcclelland 11uri>, wholesale agents for the Union Coffee ., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and ban la brands roasted Coffee. 2, the g1lsey 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 livery in connection w Ith the House. Al 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 Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller a Sou. 6y2 go to Montana via these. Paul Minneapolis an Manitoba Ray. A magnificent daily train a Sitione a the Montana express Quot will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. 1 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 Montana great Falls Helena Millie for maps and general information inquire your own ticket at I. Whitney Gene a and Tkv tags to St. Paul Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday june 13, 1889. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Wirthe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.s1.00 if not paid within three to s 1-50 �3rremittances should be sent by draft registered letter Postof lice order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the times. A righteous Victory. The mayor Wichita in behalf the City brought action before the Board Railroad commissioners the state Kansas in March last against the Atchison Topeka amp Santa be Missouri Pacific St. Louis amp san Francisco Chicago Kansas amp Nebraska and Wichita amp Western railroads for discrimination in freight rates against the City Wiki Rita. On the 4th june the commissioners decided in favor the City holding that unjust discrimination were made by the above named companies. The same ruling however would be held in favor any other City in Kansas making complaint. The discrimination was More noticeable and More keenly Felt in Wichita because her manufacturing interest and wholesale and jobbing traffic. A discrimination from 16 to 20 per cent was made from Missouri River Points for the same distance into Kansas and in favor tie same As against Wichita for the same distance. This enabled Kansas City and other River Points to greatly injure the manufacturing and jobbing interest Wichita which caused the complaint. It also operated against tie producer and shipper As they could not Avail themselves the nearest Market. Missourians were getting Rich at the expense the Kansas Man Over Kansas railroads. The rates Are intended to operate in the main upon manufacturing and this is a Boom for Wichita As the result this Victory will attract manufacturing and wholesaling to Wichita. It being nearer the Points consumption will largely increase the Trade the booming City. Wichita will now put airs unprecedented. Nine Hundred families came under the assessment for the building the Cadiz amp new Athens Pike. In apportioning the required assessments eight classes were made and were levied according to distance from the Pike line. The town Cadiz pays about one fourth the Cost the Road Freeport press. The people Cadiz and Vicinity have already found the benefits Resus Ting from a Good Road in the Winter season. Last Winter the roads were so horrible that it soon convinced the people along the line other roads leading into Cadiz that it was for their interest to assess themselves for hiking. It surely would be a Good thing for the people old town Valley Beaver dam and Stone Creek to Pike six eight Miles Road. The assessment would fall All within two Miles the Road and would not be much a Burden and would soon be repaid having Good roads to Market when prices Are Good. The race for nomination for governor in the Republican party will be strongest Between Kennedy and fora Ker. Foraker seems to be in the Lead As it is thought a Compromise among the Many candidates Foraker a More harmonious solution the difficulties would be the result. Neither Kennedy nor Foraker can poll tiie full party vote and will give the democracy a reasonable Chance in Ohio. The republicans Are lukewarm because the administration is not what the rank and file the party anticipated and rather than More prosperous times As was promised than under Cleveland administration they Are confronted with a stagnant business and Dull times All Over the country. 100 ladies wanted and 100 men to Call any druggist for a free trial package lanes family Medicine the great Root and Herb remedy discovered by . Silas Lane while in the Rocky mountains. For disease 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 91 acres situated in Rush own slip within three Miles two railroads Good new House and Ether buildings Well improved. Also 50 acres Good Hill land situated within two Miles Uhrichsville. For further information Call w. Ii. Westhafer Tracy Tuscarawas ., 14tf for Sale. A farm 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 Inq Urc the owner private Dalzell announces that ins name will be presented to the coming Ohio Republican state convention As a candidate for the office lieutenant governor. It May be presented but the private will never get the nomination. The Only use the Republican party has for Dalzell is As a a a howler a not As a weeks doings. Many Coshocton people will be gratified to learn that C. Forney formerly superintendent the Coshocton Public schools has been Given the nomination the Democrat in ticket for treasurer Tuscarawas county. As that county Lias a democratic majority about one thousand . Forney selection i Coshocton Democrat. Wheat 85 cents per Bushel. Wool 30 cents with very Little being offered. New potatoes Are Selling in this Market at f>1.60 per Bushel. The Park question is one the things the past defunct so to speak. The a smelling committee is going around locating odoriferous spots and ordering their abatement. Mud run Valley. Norman Rupert. Houses for Sale. A number desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times office. A parisian circus presents the spectacle a fortified Harbor in which a naval engagement takes place. The miniature vessels Are Man Vered and tiie guns fired from behind the scenes by Means electrical apparatus. New Philadelphia High school has five graduates this year while the canal Dover schools had none. Large k. Of Watch Charm. The finder leaving same at the times office will be rewarded. Or. Louis Maurer Baltic and miss scar Indiana were married sunday last by Rev. Lla Filc at Baltic. The Freeport press says that several clips Wool sold in that Section last week at 30 cents. Commencement exercises Friday evening this week. Tickets at Bowers amp Yeagley a restaurant. The new Philadelphia band tendered a delightful serenade to j. A. Buchanan at his residence West fair Street Friday evening last. Or. Russell Trenton was in town wednesday looking but Little the worse for his experience in the late Railroad disaster in weeks doing is. Ohio gets the Praise for promptness and liberality in administering to the wants the Conemaugh sufferers. It has caused such a spirit jealousy among the officers in charge from Pennsylvania that some Ohio workmen were discharged in consequence. Gov. Beaver is censured for his inactivity and bungling business. Or. Fred. Vinzie arrived Home from Rome n. Y., saturday last where he had been taking treatment for a cancerous affection. He thinks the removal the growth has been effected. Or. Joseph Strickmaker has returned from magnetic Springs where he had gone for a two weeks he is now at work again and ready to wait All who May give him a Call. The new Philadelphia band serenaded . C. C. Forney nominee for county treasurer last Friday evening. Or. F. Responded in his usual Happy manner and otherwise substantially rewarded the last monday morning . J. C. Price this City received the sad intelligence that his son Edward Price is now lying in a critical condition at Denver Colorado. He was so severely injured in one his limbs by a Railroad collision that amputation was necessary which May prove fatal. In compliance with the order the department commander g. A. R., it is expected that representation from All the posts in this county will be in attendance in new Philadelphia next saturday june 15th. The object the meeting is to form a county organization in the interest All soldiers in the county. Editor Plosick the Mineral Pointer was in town saturday and called at the times office. We regret that we were absent but Bro. Ii. Is sufficiently acquainted with the fact that editors have to a a Hustler and especially saturday to gather in funds for the a comps a and enough to run himself and family Over sunday that an apology is unnecessary. Call again. Business men who Daub up their letter Heads and envelopes with rubber Stamps May think they Are saving a few cents in printing but we doubt it considering the Way they buy their paper and envelopes and if they save a few cents in that Way they Loose much More through the suspicion with which Wole Sale houses and Large concerns look upon these in the Dadeville Alabama items in tiie Vidette we notice the following complimentary remarks concerning a Tuscarawas county boy who Lias been professor in the Dadeville schools a the closing exercises the Dadeville High school was consummated Friday night to the satisfaction All concerned. Prof. Vogely is an educated gentlemen and knows How to teach a school. Education is what we need and by All Means let us have the loss life at Johnstown was not so great As at first reported. The latest estimates put it Between three and five thousand. The newspapers exaggerated considerably. The situation is now much improved. There is but Little serious illness. The state Pennsylvania has taken charge Johnstown and will appropriate about $1,000,000 to clean up the town and put it in shape for rebuilding. The Relief fund raised by the people will go direct to the sufferers to Aid in repairing their losses. Sedgwick and Kingman counties Kansas was visited by a severe rainstorm and Cyclone the 7th inst., destroying crops killing a Farmer by the name Rogers and his family leaving Many homeless. The Cyclone swept Over a space Twenty five Miles Long by five Miles wide sex pc Sidcot Cleveland and Jay Gould new York and George a. Childs Philadelphia have been selected As a committee to receive and Forward contributions to the sufferers from the great fire at Seattle Wyoming territory. Fine Job printing done a a sex postmaster Degreif is about again. Able to be . Daniel Minnich is still in a very critical condition at this writing Quot wednesday. From cards printed at this office we republish the programme the High school weeks doing is. Lord mayor Sexton Dublin Lias cabled to America <�1,000 for the Relief lie Johnstown sufferers thanks to old Ireland. A Young Man named Wesley Gardner son David Gardner was accidentally killed at Beidler a mining Village near the c., l. Amp w. Ry., three Miles South East this City last saturday. He was engaged in making up trains Coal cars in the mines near that place and hauling them out loaded with Coal to the dumping Dock when the fatal Accident occurred. We were informed that it is a habit with those who Are Cpin Loyd for this purpose that when a train is ready to be hauled to the Dock they scat themselves the bumper the front car to which a Chain is attached Between it and the mules used in pulling the cars. It was in this position Gardner was sitting with one foot resting the Chain the other leg thrown across the one used to make his seat More secure when his foot slipped off the Chain and he fell the track the Coal cars passing Over his body injuring him so much that he died shortly afterwards file was a loin 21 22 years age. Was buried monday. Mrs. Elijah Leggett aged years died at her residence near Rockford heart disease wednesday evening last week. Children a Day at the methodist and presbyterian churches in this City was observed with appropriate exercises a and Floral decorations. Philos Council Royal Arcanum donated $25.00 to the Johnstown sufferers. Also the k. Of Lodge donated $10.00 for the same purpose. The s. Of yes. And fire laddies this place Are conjointly making preparations to celebrate the 4th july. In what manner we Are not informed. C. Crawford Lias opened a new boarding House West Bligh Street in the property formerly owned by Worth Mathias. Board by Day week. 24w5 Worth Mathias and Jas. Lawkins Are painting the town Pike run not red but under the direction the Brock 11 ill ., who own most the houses in that Village. Reserved seats 25 cents. General admission 15 cents to commencement exercises at opera House Friday evening this week. Tickets Sale at Bowers amp Yeagley a restaurant. Tickets Sale at Bowers and Yeagley a restaurant North Broadway for new Philadelphia High school commencement. Reserved seats 25 cents. General admission 15 cents. Secure seats Early. Or. Charles Limbach Stone Creek Valley and miss Louisa Reif same Valley were married Sabbath last at the parsonage the German reformed Church by Rev. Accola. They will reside in Cleveland. Sunday morning last a mrs. Maria Bass aged 70 and deaf while walking the Cleveland Lorain so Wheeling by. Track was run Over by a train near Flushing which Cut Lur head and both legs off and threw heart liver and lungs the opposite Side tiie track. Miss Florence Dorsey North third St., was Given a Surprise party last Friday evening by a number her Young friends. Judging from the merry laughs that floated out upon the night air and the sounds songs and instrumental music it must have been an enjoyable event to those who participated. Commencing this evening and continuing until further notice the Pennsylvania Railroad will run trains �?o6�?� and �?o8�?� to Philadelphia new York via Baltimore and thence via Philadelphia and Erie Railroad to Philadelphia. Our sleepers will run through to new y Ork these trains. A train number �?o4,�?� the p., it. A. Amp Ry., will make a connection with the Pennsylvania by. Train no. �?o6,�?� and the Sleeper that train will run via the main line from Alliance instead passing through Youngstown Baltimore and Washington. Passengers will for the present be transferred to the Baltimore Ohio by. At Pittsburgh. J ust As we go to press we learn that an adjourned meeting the school Board was held last evening for the purpose selecting a superintendent the new Philadelphia school for the ensuing year. The result is As follows 1st ballot Ray 2 Welty 2 Blank 2.�? 2d ballot prof. Chas. Haupert the Uhrichsville school received four votes and was declared the Choice the Board. This is probably quite unexpected to Many the citizens this place and especially to prof. Ray. It is rumoured that a Legal question will be raised in connection with tli.2 action the Board account the relationship one its members to the superintendent elect. We defer comments at this time and Trust that All feeling and animosity will be healed. Quite a number the prominent business men Uhrichsville were in town monday. The occasion their coming was to present a petition to the county commissioners now in session asking that a tax be levied for the purpose Macada Mizing the Road leading from Uhrichsville to Trenton Bridge a distance two Miles More less. The petition bore the requisite majority the citizens along the Road upon whom Only the tax will be levied. We Hope this Enterprise will obtain not Only that our sister town Uhrichsville and the Farmers along the Road will be mutually benefited but that it will give an impetus to Ether portions our county to make similar highways. We received a letter from our Friend Josh. P. Grim dated Lyons Rice ., Kansas june 5th, 18s9, from which we copy the following a this is the Garden spot the world. I never saw such Fields wheat. Will average 30 bushels to the acre. Oats Are very Good Corn splendid and tiie finest growing weather i Ever experienced. We Are All Well and perfectly satisfied. Regards to friends. Yours j. P. P. forget to mail the times regularly to my address As it is a Welcome visitor at our Home. J. We Are glad to inform the Many friends j. P. And his family in this locality their Contentment and prospective Success in their new Home. J. P. Has a Large Field in which to exercise his business qualifications and we predict for him barring Phi sics distress a successful future which he under the circumstances deserves and in the meantime we Lope those Kansas a Uze Phyia a which re Iii ,mli3 to that country will but fan him and his gently As they pass by and the Grasshoppers and drouth give him a wide berth. We notice that the residents East Avenue North Side Are beautifying their sidewalks by widening them two feet and putting in substantial curbing. Those wanting horses mules wagons and farming implements enquire h. Billett at the steam flour Mill near Amp Depot. 23tf in experiments continued for four years . F. Barraque has found that after eight nine months Copper wire under the action electric currents show signs deterioration. Or. Andrew Harmon West High St., died saturday morning last a drops Cal affection and was buried in new Philadelphia cemetery sunday. He was Between 65 and 66 years age. . O. L. Keen will be at the Exchange hotel june 12th, 1889, to extract Teeth without pain and without producing sleep using opiates. Come and be convinced. 24tf sex governor Foster Indian commissioner while visiting the Sioux indians last week made him a chief with the title a a Young Man proud Llis for this signal Honor . Foster ought never a go backs the Sioux. The Farmers with whom we have conversed Are jubilant Over the prospects a Bountiful Harvest. Although crops were not suffering for want rain the late Rains they say have placed the wheat and Rye beyond All dry weather. A few Days ago a woman named far Ber living near new Philadelphia stoned and completely demolished the front a Saloon at Phillipsburg in which her husband was spending the Money she had Given him to their ., june 8th. A child belonging the family . Samuel Brooks canal Dover fell into canal at that place last thursday and would have drowned our informant says had not the Mother happened to see it struggling in the water who immediately jumped into the canal and rescued the Little one. The s. Of v. Drum corps accompanied by a few members the g. A. Post went to Strasburg last sunday to assist in decoration services which had been postponed May 30th account the inclement weather. We learn there was a Large assemblage and the ceremonies impressive. Henry Bowers esq., this City delivered the oration. Marriage licenses mention. Richard l. Beatty and Mary g. Ream Joseph Lale and Mary e. Egler win. P. Alter and Harriet Everett Homer Dotts and Lucinda Devore. Robert Rupp and Margaret Wampler Chas. F. Limbach and Louisa Keif Lewis Maurer and Margaret Scaer. Public male. I will offer for Sale upon my premises in Warwick township saturday june 15th, ones horse portable engine made by Russell amp ., one Victor Clover Huller 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 clock M. Terms made known Day Sale. Ii enry Wiand. Forced to leave Home. Over 60 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call for a free trial package lanes family Medicine. If your blood is bad your liver and kidneys out order if you Are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion done to fail to Call any druggist to Day for a free Sample this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Everyone likes it. Large size packages 50 cents. Til nov. A new discovery. Miss to. Holloway Canton is the guest miss Nano Booth. Mrs. Nellie Robbins is visiting friends in new Philadelphia. Miss kit Shull is visiting her sister Bert in Tuscarawas. Mrs. T. C. Of Connell spent last week with friends at port Washington. Mrs. Theodore Zellner and babe Are visiting relatives at Cleveland. Mrs. Front and daughter Are the guests miss Clara Sherrick. Or. Ii. B. Keffer Uhrichsville was in town business monday. The misses Nettie and Flora Mathias Are visiting friends in Lancaster Miss Ida Carnahan is visiting her sister mrs. A. Baltzley at Zanesville Or. John Sluthour Fry a Valley is visiting his son John av., West High St. Mrs. Or. C. Gentsch North Broadway visited friends in Roscoe last week. Or. J. Kummer and family Uhrichsville spent sunday in new Philadelphia. _ a. J. Creter Newcomerstown was the guest judge Hance a few Days last week. _ . John t. Ready is visiting his parents . And mrs. A. T. Ready West High St. _ e. S. Souers this City addressed the graduating class at Mineral City last Friday evening. Or. Arth. G. Smith and family North Broadway this City have moved to Cleveland Miss Mollie Kuhn Cleveland,o., is the guest mrs. Ii. E. Espenschied this City. Llomar Ream was visiting friends in Pittsburgh last week returning Home monday. Or. N. Patterson Pittsburgh pa., was the guest m. V. Ream esq., a few Days this week. Mrs. Arthur Brown and Little daughter went to Cleveland monday to visit her sister mrs. John a. Burry. Mrs. W. F. Meusdorfer Cleveland is visiting her parents . And mrs. Jno. Kaderly South Broadway. Rev. E. A. Simon the lutheran Church this City is attending the general Synod at Allegheny pa., this str Asburr. Or. James r. Hall Girard penna., is the guest . Thos. Moore East High Street. Mrs. Eva Tipton Richmond ind., is visiting her parents . And mrs. J. Spence West fair Street. Or. Am. Ayi Andt Denver Colorado is visiting relatives and friends in this cite and canal Dover. The misses Emma and Mary a i Spear left tuesday this week for a two weeks visit with friends at Mansfield. Miss Maggie Mitchell daughter mayor Mitchell canal Dover spent Friday and saturday last with friends in this place. 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 the House. If you have never used it and should be wifi cited 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 C. Miller so songs drug store. Unclaimed letter. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office june 10,18s9 Hugh b. Mitchell youngest son . Ii. K. Mitchell this City we learn is lying quite ill at Little Rock Arkansas. _ lion. Hollingsworth Cadiz Harrison county was in the City last week Legal business the guest Hon. A. T. Ready. Or. David troendly Bucks township democratic nominee for representative called at the time office monday. Or. Bennie son . Ii. Schweitzer West High Street has accepted a position with the firm Glasbrook amp ., Columbus Bennie can fill the Bill. Or. Joseph James Cleveland visited his sons John ii., William and Carl f., employees m the rolling Mill at this place a few Days the past week. C. Bowers Emma Gross mrs. Margaret e. Carnahan Jacob Waltz mrs Kate Overbaugh mrs. M. Carnahan David Wagoner Geo. Mason Michael Lonzer Frank Forney airs. Alice Sells Rev. W. Steckow Lemuel Heim l. S. Fair Lewis Curton M. A heeler. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead letter office. Please say a a Paniel Korns i. A a soul logical opinion. Decoration was observed Here sunday. There was an immense crowd present. Four bands and several g. A. Posts graced the occasion. Among the noticeable features the Day was an eloquent address by . Bowers new Philadelphia. Listening to whose patriotic words and graphic outlines our nations past you were impressed with the thought that among such men were found those who were equal to the emergency 1860. The display was grand and As the line battered and time worn veterans filed into the cemetery you were vividly reminded the fact that is fast fading from the american mind that a fearful rebellion once threatened the life this great nation and War swept the land Brave Young men the most whom now a lie sleeping their manhood years away in the dust the silent years. A yes a cover them Over with Flowers a those Stalwart grand Young heroes whose lives went out in Battle in prisons vile in the awful sufferings the Hospital when perchance you heard the last cry a fellow Soldier a Comrade in be got to go. Of god pity my poor Mother Many the bitter tears she will shed Over her boy. Mark my grave that she May and it when the cruel War is yes Mark it Ever with Flowers Loving remembrance with reverential feelings bring the youth our land to these lowly Flag decked Mounds mementos a generation americans patriotic sons and teach them to love their coun try and give their lives if must be for it. Bring no frivolity to the great sorrow faced by our dear ones in the past remember that the tiny Flag will soon flutter Over the Graves father and brother. See How fast these National Graves Are growing As Veteran after Veteran receives his final discharge and marches Down through the Gates Earth to the a mysterious beyond and there pitches his tent under the commander the universe. Give these dead heroes reverential Honor and remember that a gift which costs you nothing is Worth nothing. Leave offices shops and farms and give them one Day because they gave so much for you. To the living a empty the Treasury its there is no Reward too great for them but the great chaplain whom you Are now serving reserves the Sabbath for ills worship. He says the a Sabbath Day is mine keep it holy.�? do not come to the quiet cemetery and there among its slumbering dead break that commandment although your earthly chaplain May find no fault utter no remonstrance. Such false beacons May strand an institution indeed grand and an Honor to the country and which should be preserved pure and unblemished through coming Genera tons. Tiie fire love still Burns. New Ohio Laws. A rather romantic marriage has just taken place in Louisville by. Fifty years ago Levi Mckinney and Mary Black were engaged to be married but soon after their engagement Mckinney went to the War with Mexico. When he returned lie was too poor to support a wife and As the lady had a Good Home she agreed to wait. At the outbreak the rebellion the Groom expectant enlisted in the Federal army and came out alive but As poor As Ever. Recently he got a pension $1,700. He at once hunted up his old love who was still waiting and they were married last Columbus dispatch. Every lady Aliss Frankie Mclean daughter . And airs. We. Mclean West High Street visited friends in Cleveland last week. _ air. J. C. Hill Nan and wife Cambridge o., were visitors at the residence air. Thos. Floore East High Street this week. Airs. E. A. Uhrich and Little daughter Uhrichsville visited her parents air. And airs. Jacob Degrief a few Days the past week. J. Ii. Quillen Dennison gave the times office a pleasant Call londay and Lett a Dollar for another years subscription. He keeps up with the times. E. Bainbridge londay esq., county atty Clay county Texas says a a have used electric bitters with most Happy results. Aly brother also was very Low with malarial fever and jaundice hut was cured by timely use the s Medicine. Am satisfied electric bitters saved his . I. Ayi Coxsen Lorse Cove ky., adds a like testimony saying lie positively believed he would have died had it not been for electric bitters. This a remedy will Ward offs Well As cure All Alala rial diseases and for All kidney liver and stomach disorders stands unequalled. Price 50 cts and $1, at C. Millar amp songs drugstore. Air. Charles tinker and wife Ashtabula Are visiting at the residence . And airs. John Sharp airs. Tinkers parents East High Street. Air. Daniel Getzman and wife Carrollton arc visiting their respective parents air. And airs. Getzman and air. And airs. John Allen. Suffering from those distressing female complaints weakness etc., so common to her sex should Send her address and receive full particulars a new treatment for such troubles. Sent free. . W. H. Armstrong 3033cambridge St., phila., a. 51 y 1 prof. J. W. Ala let finds that most Alum baking powders Are made with Alum acid phosphate Calcium bicarbonate sodium and starch and he settles a disputed Point by showing that not Only Alum but the residues left by its use in baking powder must be unwholesome in bread. The month Alay this year will go surely into history As a month misfortune instead a month merriment As Alay usually is. There have been earthquakes cyclones hurricanes and wrecks and it closed with one the greatest calamities in Pennsylvania Ever known in this country. The Vidette published at Alexander City Alabama braces Strong Cleveland As the following clipping will show a senator Al Organ thinks Cleveland without a great change will be the next candidate for the democratic presidency. He is our Man from Teeth to toe and Hurrah eternally for a boy twelve fourteen years age was taken from the Conemaugh wreck alive though bruised a great Deal and nearly starved. Had the wreck been fired he would have been cremated along with the dead. For Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town Coo inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can be had at the times office. Of any person in need a first class typewriter should not fail to write to j. A. Kolli Stone Creek o., for catalogue and Sample writing the world typewriter. Among the general Laws enacted by the Ohio legislature last Winter arc the following importance to the people regulating the Sale milk. To Clear titles to abandoned cemetery lands. Authorizing mayors to solemnize marriages. Avi Dower and widow same footing As to Dower. Providing that guard rails shall be put at culverts. To make Sale defendant property subject to widows Homestead. Empowering councils to regulate the Price electric Light. Providing that guardians May be appointed for inebriated. Reducing the Premium for ground hog scalps to ten cents. Flaking salaries members the general Assembly $600 per year. Allowing jury trials in settlements estates in probate courts. Bringing Avite Cap ism under the Law defining riotous conspiracy. Fixing weight a Bushel carrots at 50 lbs., and beets at 56 lbs. Declaring roads used continuously for Twenty years Public highways. Allowing land owners to improve highways in front their property. Authorizing township trustees to appoint watchmen for cemeteries. Providing that persons shall not loiter within 75 feet an election poll. Making life convicts eligible to parole after 25 year service. Flaking education children under fourteen years age compulsory. Providing a Fine for acceptance a bribe by a juror in a justices court. To furnish copies statistics to justices the peace and township trustees. Providing for giving immediate Relief to indigent soldiers in urgent cases. Changing the Date for school Board meeting to last londay in August. Providing that property sold execution May be paid for in instalments. Fixing the time for the payment the Dow tax at july 10th and january 10th. Providing that persons shall be taxed for ditch cleaning according to Benefit. Allowing husband and wife to testify in each others behalf in criminal cases. Requiring that the minority party shall be represented All boards election. Providing for distribution proceeds Sale lands granted for religious purposes. Permitting owners adjoining property to unite in erection business blocks. Changing time for election state boards equalization from october to november. Providing Lor compensation for material used by Road supervisors when taken from private land. Requiring that relatives shall be notified before guardians can be appointed for imbeciles and lunatics. Allowing cemetery associations and agricultural societies to pave sidewalks along line their grounds. Authorizing county treasurers in townships where the county Treasury is located to indigent soldiers. Providing that in assignment cases debts for wages to the amount three Hundred dollars shall be paid in full. Requiring that female employees in workshops shall be allowed to sit when the nature the employment permits. Allowing councils in municipal corporations having 750 electors More to Divide the same into election precincts. Providing that when it seems for the Best interests the girl a girl May be returned to the Industrial Home Between the Ages 18 and 21 years. Requiring that when county commissioners have personal interest in condemnation cases disinterested persons shall be appointed in their common pleas. Proceedings. Ileal estate transfers. Air. And airs. Chas. E. Axx and Aliss Annie Jones this City in company with ii. In Hay and wife Coshocton spent the Sabbath with . And mrs. E. Ii. Burrell at port aah As Langton. Air. James Sargent Foreman in in Noel a cons machine shops at Minerva Carroll county visited his Mother airs. Catherine Sargent North Broadway a few Days last week. James is one new Philadelphia a most worthy Young men. A heavy rain storm and flood visited the Vicinity Boone Iowa the 8th inst., doing considerable damage. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them cast Ria compiled in. The office the recorder deeds i. B. Wallace to j. Ii. Planning lot 29, new Philadelphia $2,000. Thomas Scheidegger to Charles Schei Degger part lot 24, Dover $350. U. C. Deardorff to Dora ailing j acre Dover $100. We. T. Brown to de. J. Brown 100 acres Fairfield township $2,334. G. 15. Deardorff to Samuel Ila bin part Block 11, i it Over $200. Geo. Limbach to Ira Woods a 34-100 acres Warren township $313. Jacob Smitley a administrator to i. J. Cole 57 4-10 acres Goshen $1,480. Daniel Tomer to Belmina ailing part lot 9, Bolivar $500. J. A. Koby to j. A. Hostetler part lot 293, Dover $1,500. Sarah Truax a administrator to Catharine Oliver g3 acres Goshen township $1,532. John Schwab to Miichael Seibold brewery building Blakes Al ills $4,500. Adolf Hafenbrak it Al to j. Schwab brewery building Blakes Al ills $2,000. W. A. Scott to e. Vanostran 3 19-100 acres Fiill township $638. Geo. Johnson to August Lamberger lots 1 and 2, Dennison $1,250. Samuel Scott to Irene Scott part lots 1 and 2, Dennison $1. Sheriff Bowers to d. Ii. Bixler 101 acres Fairfield $3,500. Adam Stilgenbauer it Al to Frederick Eckert 12 acres Wayne $850. Alfred Hoobler to Francis Hoobler 5 acres Mill $250. Elizabeth Baxter to Henry w. Euck lots 255 and 256, Dover $900. Hiram Eekman to George w. Everett 33 1-100 acres Warwick $316.66. George a. Vickee it Al to James Hines lots 17 and 18, Dennison $100. Solomon Everett it Al to Gearge a. Everett 33 1-100 acres War Wick,$11,900. L. Ii. Molm to Samuel and Mary e. Brown part lot 191, Uhrichsville $400. Geo. Heckler to Frances a. Custer lots 5 and 6, Dennison $440. Jacob Cappel to the Board education 1 acre Clay $75. Silas Compton to Minnie Anta staff lot 1, new Philadelphia $1,000. Gottlieb Vongunten to j. Schwindt lot 4/Dover, $s00. Ii. C. Asher to Camilla Steuart part lot 22, Newcomerstown $75. Tho. Truax to am. K. And Mary ii. Truax lot 10, Pike run $200. Franklin Otto to Isabella a Orstel it. Of lots 446 and 447, Larch Lille $755. L. Ii. Ferguson to Elizabeth Bidwell lot 349, Uhrichsville $300. Defendant to plead. David Judy v Benjamin Fisher. Henry Scheu v Charles Towney. C. Hagan v the Excelsior Coal . Alary Borntrager v John Bontra Ger. Nancy v . Loretta Degrief v Edward Degrief. Mary Johnson v Joseph Morehead. David a. France v Richard m. Hall. Plaintiff to plead. Miichael Geyer v c., l. So Aat. Railroad. Elisha Babcock v c., l. Amp car. Railroad. A a. Hicks v Clarion l. Hicks. C. E. Miller v l. L. Travis. Alary e. Crabtree v s. C. Crabtree. G. Ave. Hilton v Philip Basche. Sarah Fetters v John Fetters. James Of Donnell v Alary Donnell. John Booth v Black band Iron . Sarah j. Smitley v Jacob Smitley. John l. Kennedy v Fred. Gilgen. Sharp amp sons v h. E. Willard. Decrees for plaintiffs. Andrew Bippus v the unknown heirs Dan. A Illiams. Anna list v Augustus ii. List. Charles Smith v Esther a. Smith. Emma Lonier v closes j. Lomer. In the matter the first Christian Church Dennison to mortgage property. Jocey Mahaffey v John Shamel it Al. Rachel Burkel v atm. Burkel. Alice Crossland v Lewis Crossland. Ruling preliminary pleadings. Nancy a Tallace v Joseph a Tallace demurrer overruled. H. H. Arnold v i. H. Kurtz motion overruled. E. K. Edson v Aat h. Gallagher motion sustained. John Booth v Blackband Iron . Demurrer sustained. J. H. Benfer v Law. Smiley motion overruled. Am. A ingate v Zeb. P. Sparks motion overruled. S. J. Beck v am. E. Beck motion overruled. John Orr amp sons v ii. A. Cessner motion sustained. C. Cd Taylor v the Pittsburgh Cincinnati so St. Louis Railroad motion overruled. S. P. A ebb v John Lorenz demurrer sustained. Am. Adams v v. J. Ilu Perick demurrer overruled. Judgment for plaintiffs. A. L. Davis v Excelsior Coal . Joseph Kallar v same. E. P. Jacobs v Louisa e. Henderson h. Ii. Scheu v Charles j. Downey. Kerchbaum so . V e. A. Alathia. Ruling preliminary pleadings. Anna d. Pfeffer v Almartha Gan Raan demurrer overruled. Cyrus Roth v John t. Simmers demurrer overruled. Catharine Forsythe v Ben. Forsythe motion sustained. J. C. Art Bros v h. J. Bond motion overruled. Mary e. A Illiams v Theodore Erwin demurrer overruled. C. C. Keesey v. Everett so Thompson motion overruled. Mary Collins v Ann arise demurrer overruled. . It Osemond v Alayn. Knodel motion overruled. George speck v Rebecca speck demurrer sustained. A. L. Davis v Excelsior Coal motion for new trial overruled. J. Kollar v Excelsior Coal motion for new trial overruled. Cases dismissed. City Bank new Philadelphia v Fred. Bigler it Al. Cases continued. Ohio complaint Cynthia Huston v Jacob Luston. Lewis Carhart v Levi d. Williams. Mary Eckfeld v Almargaret Schwab. Ohio complaint Sarah Senser Nian v Thomas Slykes. Cases settled. John layers v Harriet i5aker. J. Ii. Aleese v John . Stoutt amp Vinton v Alfred Bailey. Ohio v David Lynn. Ohio v Amzi Alc Namee. The Twenty fourth annual commencement the new Philadelphia High school will be held at the opera House this City Friday evening june 11th. Exercises begin at 8 clock In. Programme music a a a Tisa Iorns a a song by class. Invocation Rev. J. Ii. Dodd. Aids ice illusion i grand March by Cap Itana aliases Minnie Spence and Cora Schweitzer. Odds and ends Salut Atory Percy r. Browne. Yeep not that the Ayrold changes Clara Stoody. Alusick polka de concert by ii. Bartlett prof. Jean Ioos. Flags and their significance a. L. Emerson. A Oices Emma Aveley. Music Caprice by Ketterer Aliss Bessie Hoover. The peril greatness valedictory g. A. Dodd. Presentation diplomas . A. C. Browne president the Board. Alusick commencement March by the class. Saved the value a farm. Sellers cough syrup has attained a reputation almost equal to Sellers pills and More could hardly be said any Medicine. The syrup should be kept 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 pills Are such a Standard remedy in some parts the country that a family never thinks being without them. Said an old gentleman in Eastern Maryland a May by in be raised my family Sellers spills 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 Star. Gmo for Sale a Good second hand Phaeton i Loup make practically As Good As new and Cost $150. A ill sell Low want to buy a two seat Rig is the reason for Selling. Inquire at the times office. 3t

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