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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 20, 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 Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. The a a times advertising rates. Space. 1 to s to. 6 to. 1 yer. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One column. 3 1 00j $ 2 0<3 3 00 2 00 5 00 7 50 3 001 7 50 12 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 8 00 22 501 40 00 3 5 00 15 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia q., thursday june 20, 1889. Number 26. Business Ipi Pitanis 110mig, attorney at la a and notary Public. Office i n the Mclane Block new Philadelphia Ohio. Toxin w. Nix in m. I j physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the build i in formerly occupied by by. Tinker. 51yl j f. T Eric House painting paper hanging White washing and Cali rain ing neatly done and work guaranteed at reasonable prices. Leave orders at a it Alton a Ackey a shoe store new Philadelphia onto. March 28. 189. 14ia6 c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day Naglit prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building South Broadway. Residence two doors c a 1�?T depot. 49 John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. Ai1 professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House Oil North Broadway. Lyl 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. By Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to Bis care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt Aud careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second Lionor. A to it 1 s 62 the Tesfa Locut plan by ail Lils u Yon can sell our to Piliar b l s ments savings cents a insure you Twenty times As Many sales As Cash deliveries without fail. Writ Winnie lately 1 it it a particulars. Address a 1.1 m 1 1 Lul it ii he company Tancin a \ sett Al Natl Ollio Imus i Sliu May id my All p i Samuel Moore editor and proprietor s. Everharty Sast new it livery amp feed stable . The very Best horses. Carriages and Sample wagons can now be bad promptly at the lowest rates. Office and stable near the it. If. Depot. May 2, l�8a. 1 it thursday june 20, 1889. Hummel Block second floor Kom High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 cd Robe new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia 01�?~io, at the following rates one dealt in advances1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 4arremittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A so address All matter intended for publication to Tiik times. Coshocton has taken the Gas and Oil craze and have contracted to sink a Well. The weeks doings. The North Ohio conference the methodist episcopal Church will be held at Sandusky beginning september 25th. The Cleveland amp Canton Road opened it Extension to Zanesville monday and trains now run through without change from that City to Cleveland. Stanley the great african explorer has been heard from again by letter dated december 2d, at uru i. This expedition does not seem to be very fruitful As nothing has been gained so far. The Law provides Itiat the new stars the hag representing new states and i pitied. Shall take their place 011 the wheat 85 cents per Bushel. Fine Job printing done a Wool 30 cents with very Little being offered. Born to . And mrs. Frank Goudy a son Friday. _ a Large Sale boots and shoes at Cost at John Eckerty a. New potatoes Are Selling in this Market at �1.60 per Bushel. In Orny to . And mrs. Mcclellan Everhardt a son saturday morning. Last saturday was Day at Pike run and Goshen. About �12,<>00 was disbursed to the miners. Thanks to lion. Daniel j. Ryan for Advance sheets the report Secretary state. Lost a pair spectacles in a Metal Case. The finder will Confer a favor by leaving them at this office. Masonic Celebration at Caldwell o., june 24th. The c. Amp m. By. Will sell round trip tickets at one fare. To save moving my Stock boots and shoes 1 will sell the same at Cost until july 1st, 1880. John pc Kkt. Wiggins latest discovery is that the Earth is receding from the Sun and that the weeks doings. Two weeks until the 4tli july. One fare for round trip from All stations the Cleveland amp Marietta by. To Caldwell o., june 24th, Day. Excursion fares from All stations 011 the c. M. By. To Caldwell o., june 24th. Tickets Good returning until june 25th. A there will be no preaching in the presbyterian Church this City next Sabbath. Rev. Cook will he at Carrollton assisting Rev. Hawk in communion service. Last monday the people new it us Berland and Vicinity through their chairman . Isaac True sent to w. G. Deshler Columbus �115.31 for the Relief the blood sufferers at j Ohns town a. Hie weeks doings Babcock Hurd. Amp co., wholesale grocers 106 a 102 water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock h. Hurd ..,Charles A bin u. A. Bis opt Mcclelland Huuki wholesale agents for the Union Cut fit limited new York for t h Ltd t pair it rated Alaroma and Bun a Brand get let Coffee. The Gilsey House yield Blue Ami after the fourth w0 ar0 3,1 Soi Quot a t0 Ato n 10 july after admission. A a in . Aud mrs. Marion Road enter Tam judge Andrews the supreme court a nun Ber Joung ladies and Gentie new York has decided that a livery i men at their hol la saturday evening la stable is a nuisance and a pest and can m be driven out a neighbourhood t ,.r. A a a . John Schwab this City has complaint adjacent property owners. ,. 1 w sold out his interest m tic Lockport brewery to messes. Seibold amp Hafen Brak the present . An extensive vein Clay has been discovered the lands . Sherrod Sherrod Svi lie. The Bowerstown la Nav Piil a i e l la a 11a,. Jin Baho i fun gov. Foraker appointed the 13th in St., col. L. Poorman a member the Board managers the Interne j Ditc Penitentiary to succeed John i Monahan Columbiana county who resigned. The National i Moc Ratie committee j at a meeting i the 12ih in.-t., elected i Calvin s. Brio m Ltd its chairman deceased. It i it said Cleveland favored John Eckert Boot Ami shoe dealer has concluded4 to put in plate Glass front lower the floor to the pavement and fix up in City style. This surely will add much to the appearance his store. A a dad Erwin As he is familiarly called has commenced the erection a residence the site his former one East front Street. Dad says he intends to finish it up in a a Nobby style if it takes the a last having concluded to improve in a store room by lowering the floor and making other necessary changes i am compelled to reduce my present Large Stock boots and shoes. I now offer my entire Stock at Cost Price until july 1st, 1889. John Eckert. Ltd . O. P. Taylor the 161st V. I., writes that he will attend the masonic Celebration j unc 24th, with the lodges from new Philadelphia and would like to meet his old comrades that occasion. The old Soldier boys will give their Gallant Vionel a Royal Welcome. A child Voll Democrat. C. B. Harvey the Exchange to glorious fourth in two weeks. A Rah Rev. . G. B. Smith Scio will preach in the m. E. Church next sunday at 10-30 a. M. Do your local advertising in the times. Circulation 56 quires one half larger than any other democratic paper in the county. _ John e. Henry and miss Jennie e. Powell were married at the m. E. Parsonage this City by the Rev. J. It. Keyes tuesday evening. Harry Gould a a a Typo m the Standard office was United in marriage to miss Lou m. Stokes canal Dover tuesday evening at the presbyterian parsonage by Rev. Cook. The Happy couple have taken up their residence South Broadway and will spend their honeymoon at Home. We wish Harry and his Bride much happiness and their path through life one uninterrupted smoothness. Eddie youngest son Hon. Judge Barnhill was kicked the forehead by their horse saturday last. The wound is not a dangerous one but very painful the flesh being lacerated and Cut to the Bone. . Ii. Mackaman stitched together the haps the skin and while the Little fellow will not be quite As handsome As formerly he will know enough probably to keep a Safe distance away from the a business end a horse hereafter. Personal mention. Chas. Kuenzli left monday for Quebec. Last ii. C. Ship returned a few Days since from Maryland. Lena Bissman Doyer is visiting Emma Snyder. Ida Routzen Lueiser is in Steubenville this week visiting. Miss Eva Miskimen Coshocton is in this City at present visiting. Ida Burri Anna Hirst and Emma Pyle were at last week. Jennie Bowers Pennsylvania is visiting at the residence . Sargent. Mrs. Craig and children newcomers town is at mrs. J unkind so this week. . Andrew Patrick returned Home from a visit to his sons in Topeka last week. . S. Ii. Bell and lady Wheeling were guests . Wells and family sabbat i last. Miss Winnie Smith Uhrichsville was the guest miss Gertie Spence the past week. Mrs. Frank Corl Navarre spent saturday and sunday with her parents . And mrs. J. Otis. Mrs. Fred. Leisa Canton is visiting her parents . And mrs. J. Kuenzli West High Street. Commencement exercises from Stone Creek. Having occasion to Call at the steam flouring Mill messes. Big Lett ,4 Miller near the c. Amp Depot last thursday . Big Lett took us through the establishment pointing out the different j John Allen this City. Modes preparing cereals for the use j a Man and beast and after meandering through a Forest elevator spouts we returned to the Mill office feeling gratified by our inspection pleased that such a progressive in the milling business was one the important industries our town. What Drew our attention particularly was the systematic Ord in which everything was done and the perfect cleanliness that obtained in the Twenty fourth annual commencement the new Philadelphia High school has come and gone. The opera House Friday night last was thronged with a cultured and intelligent audience assembled to hear the literary efforts the graduating class. There were Only two graduates but what they lacked in numbers they made up in Beauty and ability. The song a a a tis morn a Sang by the class was the first the programme and they acquitted themselves grandly. After the invocation by Rev. J. A. Cook the a a illusion grand March was rendered by the misses Minnie Spence and Cora Schweitzer. The music was Fine and greatly appreciated by the audience. The Salut Atory a Odds and ends a by Percy Browne was a very Good production though sounded novel in illustration. An essay a sweep not that the world changes a by miss Clara Stoody attracted marked attention both account the extensive Field thought and knowledge embraced and the Case and Grace manner in delivery. The oration a flags and their significance a by c. L. Emerson reflected credit upon the performer and showed that his Field knowledge and research has been quite extended for a lad his age. An essay a voices a by miss Emma Welty was listened to with interest. The Effort showed culture and adaptation thought Seldom developed in one so Young. The valedictory by Geo. W. Dodd though quite a boy was a masterly production that would reflect credit graduates the first colleges the state. The class As a whole did Well and the lady graduates won considerable Praise. Although the members the class were All quite Young they reflected credit themselves As Well As upon prof. Ray and his corps teachers. The presentation diplomas follow . Henry Pyle Westchester pa., i cd with some very appropriate remarks mrs. Lide Redpath Boston mass., is visiting her parents . And mrs. Mrs. Littell Cleveland is visiting at the residence . And mrs. O. P. Taylor North Broadway. Is visiting his father in Law . W. C. Williamson North 2d Street. Save it is 50 feet thick. Of Ohio v 1 v 1ii Clicc it. Tha Brice .11. Barn urn exp resident .1 u the House Isas been new out. Pleasant Kouzins. Table a moderate. Bus to Ami a a. Livery in connection wit is the hons Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises j sores ulcers. Salt Rheum. Fever sores Tetter 1 chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin j eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat i safaction. Money refunded. Price i cents Choice. The late sixty acres the . T the Able Wool is brie. S from loll 33 Cen i t Democrat 8b joining into 5 to 50 Reid. In combing woo a Cornea a i at Market special lots 32 to Brin Tel has pure Hast d a Fine new a bus to All do cents the Mill. This convey patrons a a and i Ora his place arc a i a i increasing their b , and Bush less. The veh icle including a their a is is already ass cd. Line set a Rue it it St a 590.f 0. It is m keeping with c Barb y it taste and is ill is Nan t to Call represent a fives from j indeed i ii i. A. 11. Posts in the county j met 1. I to rooms the Post in tills j our sister b in a f de uni. In last wet k City s \ tin Day afternoon to choose Ali j mrs. Frank Dent Newcomerstown was the guest mrs. W. Shields Exchange hotel the past week. By . W. C. Browne president the Board. The Floral gifts to the class were Many and very Beautiful. We wish each and every one the class Success in All their undertakings in life. Miss Georgia Albert returned Home last week from a six weeks visit with friends in Cleveland and Findlay. Said that an average packages and parcels it letter cd at the dead letter office cd 18,000 a Civ a Dav. With us Stantial Stone Ami one Ings. In one sense it was a Benefit to the City to have the . T initial St n Oil a i la ecu Cutie bu.-i.k-.n5 portion will now he rebuilt the pipe works has resumed Busi nos it again v the about Kitty employees. Tins number will be increased As fast As additional changes in the works Are com useted. A a him d the procession lev a nearing its a i i local option ordinance toe vote co t i j ing l-v2 for and la . It is said \ that a majority those who were opposed to its repeal vial not vote deeming it futile As their defeat had been cad foreshadowed. Cers to command the county in Taivion. The following gentlemen w Ere elected . Ii. La Dot canal Dover. Per Box. For Saleby . Millar a son. Co to Montai m the Connelton Valley says in \2 i last weeks Issue that Obe Kenney i i Banchs Viii was drowned at jolts i town. This is a mistake. . Kenne i by is at Home Well and buying horses. J please Correct by. Rivers. A via the St. Paul Minneapolis my Manitoba by. A magnificent i we learn from a dispatch to the Cincinnati a Ikjin Viv dated j Une 12, that an immense Gas Well was struck one mile i East Cadiz.o., at a depth 1,440 j feet. This will probably give old staid Cadiz a Boom which it never exp Rivenc i de before and will want to put me i Tro Politan Ere Long. We would like to spend a half Day j each week in writing rce its for Mon eve due us subscription. Of course j we done to need the Money but we Are so fond writing receipts. Mrs. Rees Oberhart North third St., while standing a step ladder last thursday brushing bugs off some shrubbery fell breaking the Bones the left fore Arm near the wrist. . J. Smith reduced the fracture. N Venn ppm h nth 11 ill i Odily hum lu1u2ju. I a the Montana express Quot i a a a no a win a a a grrr will be inaugurated j november 10, elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day co a lies a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana a horse attached to a a buckboard a belonging to the Knodel bros., butchers broke Loose last saturday and went along High and Broadway streets at Break neck Speed finally pulling up against a barbed Fence which lacerated its flesh badly. Jno. C. Joss in connection with the jewelry and sowing machine business will handle pianos and organs As heretofore. Instruments sold for Cash easy payments rented tuned repaired. Also All conveniences for Mcvinn Call address 53 West High i Street. Telephone 48. Keut. Colonel Geo. W. Bowers new j Philadelphia. Major Solomon Stocker. Adjutant a. C. Keeler. Quartermaster a. Miskimen. A id de campy James 1. Mills. Inspect has. Ganzman. The officers the county association Are James t. Mining president Wes Ley m. Tracy see a C. Poloson treasurer. Board surgeons bus. H. J. Peters Hagersville James Dixon Dover . Black Bolivar. The misses Annie Nickles and Anna Goodwin left monday i it Ravl a o., to attend College during vacation Here. Mrs. Judge me Ivalue was the guest the add crate family last week returning to to her Home in Cleveland Satur a v. Charles l. A Olivant a Ooster we re h i for a visit with i s at Home s attending parents in this oily. Lion. Daniel Gaumer publisher tic Zanesville Suval is a candidate for state senator in the District composed Licking Delaware Ivory and Muski Ngum counties. . Gammer Isa Brilliant Young Mam and a gentleman and we feel that lie is As Good a. Man As that District could nominate. He was a member the last House and made a Good record. My Kiu gum should do her utmost to nominate him. We wish Vou Success brother Saumer. 1 we have made several inquiries the the new Philadelphia District con list woj m regard to the Wool Market Fern acc held its summer session at co in this county and learn that there has Shotton last Sci k. The Cronce embraces the territory lying in Harrison parts Tuscarawas Carroll the department assisted by other j organizations have determined to have j a big Celebration in this City tie 4ih j j uly. Among the Many attractions j a huge balloon ascension is the list. Keep tie Ball rolling boys from now j until data. Ask everybody to a Chip in so that you can procure a a Ingrodi i in tsp that arc necessary to make the j Day attractive joyous glorious. The local option ordinance has been repealed in Beverly Mcconnellsville Ca m 1 ring Ltd Newcomerstown u i chs Vilie a lion Evilie and Wellsville. Other j towns in the state will soon follow suit. Tins would indicate that local option has proven a failure wherever it has been tried. A i Eiith i Guernsey and Coshocton the District is composed 23 pastoral a charges with 77 churches 1 it Parson a i incs 75 sunday schools manned by 952 for maps and general information inquire your own ticket ae�?Tt. f. I. U Pitney Gene a la As. And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. A it a Paul and 100 men to Call any druggist for a free trial package Lane s family Medicine the great Root and Herb remedy discovered by let a. 8 Las 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 in everyone praises it. Large size package 50 cents at All druggists. Til nov. A a for suit t he up. Farm 91 acres situated in Rush township within three Miles two railroads Good new House anti other buildings Well improved. Also 50 acres Good Hill land situated within two Miles Uhrichsville. For further information Call we i. Westhafer Tracy Tuscarawas co., I4tf for Salt. A farm Twenty acres situated in Rush township eight acres cleared Aud remainder in Timber. Lays Well and is Good soil. It is known As the Rufus Walton tract. For further information inquire the owner mud run Valley. Norman Rupert. Children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was Stock 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 Castoria. Send in your orders for Job work to the times office. We can do it quickly neatly and at reasonable prices. Officers and teachers who have in training 6,567 scholars. The membership the District is 7,7x2. The Church property is valued at �21 >,000. Paul for support Niin imers �19,000. For Benevolence �4,000. The largest sunday school in the District Coshocton with membership 110. The number ministers and delegates in conference is a bout 15. Kansas City Star there is a healthy baby at Hiawatha Kansas Only two weeks old and weighs two Kansas produces All kinds people except democrats. They do not seem to do Well there. Prohibition and Alkali water May account for it. Judging from the tone Kansas papers we think we have found a solution the above problem. The very atmosphere Kansas seems to he pregnant cd with the necessary germs to propagate liars and consequent unhealthy for democrats. The inference you can draw for yourself. Republicans and liars Are like Broom Corn and sugar Cane that has been grown in the same Field quite frequently. Not been very much sold As 4vt. The maximum Price so far offered is 30 ets. Many the Farmers Are holding for higher prices but indications at present Are that the greater part the clip will be sold at the above figures. Ladies will be interested in knowing that the night gowns that have just been made for the Marina Russia Are the most elaborate Ever turned one them i made Silver Fox bordered with Gol-1 another Sable fas it 1 toned with pearls and the third which is the Best i made fur Bike Fox with a Girdle diamonds. A few months ago . Robert Parks this City died. Previous to Bis death i application was made to the bound i trustees for Relief As an indigent Soldier lie having enlisted in the 51st I., though after being i i Camp a few week was rejected by the inspecting officer account his eyesight. He received �15 out the Relief fund and the g. A. R. Post brought suit for the recovery this amount claiming that . Parks according to Law had not been a Soldier and therefore was not entitled to benefits the Relief fund. Judge Pearce decided the Case in favor the Board Relief. A Safe inv Stuie ii the senatorial District democratic quite a number our citizens went j to Dover sunday to witness the cd i Reises the k. Of pcs. In decorating the Graves the members their order. Notably among the visitors was our own Jolly Yacob a Shumaker who moves through life As a band music moves Down Street hinging out pleasure every Side to All whom he meets. To a three Carrier pigeons were let Loose j the Public Square sunday morning j at half past nine clock. They were j shipped Here from Buffalo n. Y., to which place they were expected to return a Wager �100.0< that the Birds would cover the distance Between this place and Buff alow about 300 Miles in live hours. After the Birds were let free they arose to an Altitude about 1,000 feet and described a Circle five is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results in Case failure a return Purchase Price. On this Safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle . Kings new discovery for consumption. Guaranteed to bring in every Case when used for any affection Throat lungs Chest such As consumption inflammation lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Etc Etc. 11 is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly Safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. . James Thompson sex court Bailiff it whose face bad become so familiar to the citizens this county by his Long cards Are out for the marriage May m. Wilson the eldest daughter the Rev. And mrs. W. J. Wilson c an to to . Charles e. Walton Cleveland. The event will take place at miss Wilson a Home 1 is South Market Street cant non thursday a Ime 27th. Miss Wilson who resided Here while her father was pastor the first methodist j Church is still Well remembered As a j most attractive and accomplished Young i bid a. . Walton is an efficient Lepre j Illa the Well known Root j cd Mcbride Brothers Cleveland and is also quite Well acquainted in this City. american. All the parties above named Are Well and favourably known in this City having resided Here previously. The contracting parties will have the Best wishes their Many friends in this place for their future happiness and Prosperity. The Man a friends . Jacob Kinsey in this place will he sorry to learn that he died at his Home in port Washington sunday last softening the brain. . K. Came to this country j nearly a Quarter a Century ago from i the fatherland a poor German youth lie sought and found employment with . Philip Getzman this City who found in him an Active energetic and useful employee. He remained with . G. During his control the old Exchange hotel after which he went to port Washington and embarked in business for himself where by Economy and Energy he accumulated considerable Means. He was strictly hone to and won friends by his kind cheerful and generous disposition and who will miss him very much. He was in his 45th year at the his death and leaves a wife and two children boy and girls to mourn Bis loss. He was a member the Knight pythias Lodge Newcomerstown and the j. O. It. F., Rev. We. Baldwin formerly this place now Minerva was in town this week shaking hands with his Many friends. _ . Hattie White and brother Charles Cleveland visited their parents . And mrs. J. Coventry West High Street the past week. Mrs. J. In Lebski Thorand mrs. Effen Ger Lancaster pa., and mrs. L. R. Williams Uhrichsville guests . W. B. Rennie this week. Were the and family Moo spent gun i. . J. Smith Tippet sunday with his daughter Moore Lus Way to i two sons and a a a Brand new grandchild miss Patti Mitchell returned to her Home in this City monday evening from Bladensburg <., where sue has been visiting her aunt. Miss Emma Hearn the accomplished daughter the editor the Cadiz a publican was the guest miss Emma Welty cast fair Street the past week. Miss Irene Loeb crying it. Pleasant o., route for Adrian Michigan stopped Over sunday in 11 is City the guest her aunt mrs. Ii. In. Mitchell. P. Ii. Stead editor it Ailt do. A and his wife went to Scio lasts Turda Bast year nearly �i0.00� ,000 Worth Money goods was taken from dead and packages and ail except about �9,o0o Worth was restored to the it win one lady employed in this department is said to know every City town and Village in the United states Aud the names the streets in Many cities. Letters the address which can he deciphered by experts Are not opened. The museum in the department contains Many curiosities including a Parchment Sheet which the lords prayer is written in fifty four languages a lady a fan made storks feathers a Pink Shell which a love letter is written a lock the hair the Assassin president Garfield the Skull a murderer and Many others All sent by mail. A saved the value a farm. Sellers cough syrup Lias attained a reputation almost equal to Sellers pills and More could hardly be said any Medicine. The syrup should be kept in j every family where there Are children j and grown up people find it a most Val liable Medicine for coughs cold hours Ness and Throat and lung . The pills Are such a Standard remedy in i country that a family j never tanks neg with nit them. Said an old gentleman in Eastern Mary land a Why in be raised my family seilers a Bills and 1 consider them Al j most essential to a family As bread. In the last thirty years they have saved me enough in doctors Bills to for a Cincinnati Star. 6m6 it a it Tistus. Mitchell s dental rooms Over Raif Jbv Fri Bieve a hardware store new Philadelphia is the place to get first class dental work. Gold filling made a specially and strict attention Given to the preservation the natural Teeth. Artificial Teeth plenty wet weather. Wheat looks Good in this Section. Torgler amp Miller s Blacksmith shop is erected and the new is ready for business. Charles Kropp has opened anew Boot and shoe shop alongside Buehler a store. He also intends to run a Tonso rial Emporium. About 800 ground hogs have been scalped by the White indians this township and they have received ten cents each out the township Treasury. The fund is about exhausted and what is left the ground log family can go its Way rejoicing. John Humrickhouse May be called the Champion scalper the township. John has alone captured about 175 ground hogs this nets him a neat Little sum. David Bucher Paulding county is Here a visit to his son Adam Bucher. His weight about two Hundred pounds shows that the atmosphere the Western part this state has agreed with him. The German reformed Church is still minus a minister. A Little discord among the members is the a Good Many them formerly belonged to the evangelical Church and those wish to have the gospel preached by a minister that denomination. The latter May have a majority although the Constitution we As formed by the reformed which gives them the preference. We Hope they May join hands and Settle the matter in a it Hristian like manner and keep the Ball rolling with a minister in the pulpit to preach the gospel to suit them All. No a Jotis prohibited. A so Many inquiries have come to the commissioners office relative to the bearing the Bill passed last w inter concerning the employment teachers that it has been found necessary to Issue the following circular letter a a the recently passed relative to local directors and members boards education employing relatives As teachers make it unlawful in a local director member a Board education to vote for participate in the hiring a son daughter brother sister As teacher. A the other members the Board May contract with such persons but the father brother who is member the Baid must not participate in any Way in making the contract. This a citric court common pleas. Proceedings. Bon dots than Trio another not apply t n mentioned action Ali it relate a i it it Ive. A t i make. Which a m in Ariy my directly. Ioli prohibits a s. By contract with Ember the b. Rested either Dinder this prov other i eve is action Ooi Hoard j person m i d is Peru i a City in j Ion the statute no person can be employ d As a teacher that is dependent in any measure for support any member the school Board. A a very respectfully a a John Hancock a a Commissi Ner. A Columbus May St 1889.�?� the above does not reach the Case re posted in last weeks Issue in reference to the new Philadelphia school Board As some thought at first. Of i ii to h Iii a the throne Pennsy 1 Vania Railroad h the flooded District. Rebuilt under.,. Some parts to visit is. ,. Thinks hems the immediate supervision the officers in charge the engineering and transportation departments the Pennsylvania lines two armies have been worked at the Johnstown washout one from the East toward the West and the other from the West eastward. On thursday afternoon the forces Mot and the list rail needed to connect the severed parts the great thoroughfares was placed in position. Tiie new track is substantially built and it will be gradually tested until monday june 17th, when the great trunk line will be open and express trains with Pullman cars will run Between Chicago St. Louis Indianapolis Cincinnati Cleveland and Toledo the West and Baltimore Washington Philadelphia and new York the cast. Injunction allowed la plaintiff. Nancy Peters v William Peters. Motions to plaintiffs amended petition overruled. M. Woodford receiver w. Amp l. E. Railroad v e. C. Collins. Same v William Willigman. Same v Thomas Scott. Same v John l. Kennedy. Same v Leroy Mcgregor. Same v John Bontrager. Same v we. Curns. Same v m. S. Vail. Same v Grace Williams. Same v Adam Maughiman. Petitions dismissed. W. L. E. R. 11. Co. V Daniel Tomer. Andrew Crawford Post v . Ready it Al soldiers Relief committee. Judgment Cross petition. Jennie Glass v John Heck. J l leg ment verdict. Ulyses j. Kiser v Simon g. Kiser. John Miller v the Akron Straw Board company. John s. Pyle v Henry s. Render. Mary j. Murry v Alex. Mahaffey. Ohio complaint Amanda Burkin Imer v we. M. Burrell. Plaintiff to plead. John j. Otis v Susan Swihart. E. In. Json v w. H. Gallagher. Sharp t i sons v h. E. Willard. Lydia Whitmire v a. C. Demuth. James Mairs v John b. Dawson. James m. Young v Jacob Miller. Bastardy cases dismissed. Ohio complaint Elizabeth Jones v Victor Nellie. Ohio complaint Elizabeth Arre Ger v Andrew Reiss continued. Defendants to plead. Receiver Corn City Mutual ins. Co. V Joseph m. Stoutt. A w. Hilton v Eliza Luth. Caroline Kline v Carl a. Link. Preliminary ruling. Catharine Forsythe v Benj. Forsythe. Elizabeth Kohr v Ann Mathias. Julia ii. Dutton v j. A. Winspear. Cases settled. Michael France v we. Willigman. Judgment for plaintiffs. J. T. Of Donnell v. J. Forbes. A a i.i. The following by unclaimed letters remain in the new philadelphia1ss9 mrs w Wolliam i has Baumer William Bowen has it Voss mrs p hem in go f c Jerome Frank Smith Ella Patterson g w Toston mrs e a Schwinderman Newton Wortham James Casebeer Chas Cunningham Mary j Gundy Thos j Lansdoune e i costar Janies Roy Ner Thos f Byrne 2 if not called for in fourteen Days wifi he sent to the dead letter office. Please say a a Daniel Korns M. N Tomee tin w sch War is Alice in a Whitin j mrs w Devore Mary Menry 1 ick her to John Knob till mrs ii Mcclean Lizzie Giggle Clark sea w l Fultz de c Walt Jas e ferns a Heller Emma Joss mrs i it f Sanders Maggie Mahany Josi in simmers i i 1 i it Liau i Tinl 111 i i in he i to the we clip the following from an in Imade to perfectly resemble the natural Ana Exchange Quot a few Days ago a Man when in the Mouth. Being i who had recently moved Here went out i Vincennes ind., Jiulio 15. In floods have worked discs Annerson Southern Indiana who have drops the Bottom lands. The Waba a River at this Point is Over 15 feet in the Channel and still rising. The White River has caused a great Deal damage to it it the Bottom farms and has washed Cut thousands acres Corn and wheat and banners have been compelled to move their families and livestock to High ground. The damage to All Southern Indiana and Illinois counties in White and Wabash Rivers Iii amount to Many thousands dollars and it is Fean it worse trouble will ensue. Ltd 11.< a a i i i c i a it a it it it him St Ock june i. The Bill. A percentage estimates nope located Here we warrant All work to give entire satisfaction. Prices extremely Low to attend commencement Eterei will return saturday this \ a a the meantime John the news. To i i Mil in up a g. I port Washington who conducted the service m that capacity and whose Ripe. J a old Nguc caused him to retire has been seriously indisposed the past few Days resulting from a paralytic attack which he received some ago. . T. Is 73 years age and previous to his present funeral service at the latter place wednesday afternoon. 5vo Are reliably informed that a new Nostoc Filee building will be erected in 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 York these trains. A train number �?o4,�?� the p., it. W. Ary., will make a connection with the Pennsylvania by. Train no. �?o6,�?� and the Sleeper that train will run via the main line from Over 60 people were forced to leave their Homes yesterday to Call for a Fri it trial package lanes family medi a Cine. If your blood is bad your liver i and kidneys out order if you Are i constipated and have headache and an j unsightly complexion done to fail to Call any druggist to Day for a free Sample this grand remedy. The ladies Praise it. Everyone like it. Large size packages 5o cents. Til nov. Lie levied for tin 11 j Public rot p t tur Trontz ton. Passengers will for the present be transferred to the Baltimore in Ohio by. The county commissioners last week granted the petition asking that a tax purpose hiking the and Alliance instead passing through j pub pc Road Between Uhrich Vilh Youngstown Baltimore and a Ashing \ Trenton Bridge a i Tance about committee for the eighteenth and j times before starting their course nineteenth districts composed the j losing about ten minutes . Counties Coshocton Tuscarawas j Guernsey Monroe and a part Noble i fixed upon july 24th, at Cambridge As i the and place for the convention i 1 to nominate a democratic candidate cd quite a number new residences i fore finally settled. Complete illness age had dealt very kindly with j mediately in the rear . Godfrey Ither giving him the appearance i Schoche a building with the Entrance an alignment with the front the court House. The postmaster has leased the ground for a period five years and will soon commence to erect the building expecting to occupy it within two months. The reasons necessitating this change Are obvious and Well considered. The present location is not Large enough in any its appointments., As the crowded condition its we congratulate i passage Way frequently attests. There is Only one Entrance to and from Cre Iii i Ratner giving nun me appearance j a Man fifty than one who had passed the allotted three score year and ten. But we Hope . Thompson will yet recover to enjoy Many Days sur cease from the cares a Busy life. Monc i professor Chas. Ija Upert Dennison has accepted the superintendency in sauntering around town we Notie i our schools and the matter is there two Miles. The work will Bee Edas soon As the necessary surveys an contracts Are completed. This will he the first macadamia de Road in the county and after completion its Utility will the Johnstown disaster beautifully j win a be p0 Dewon Straw that Otic por remarks a it is such awful calamities j Tiong the Courly win build tin Aras the one just passed that stir the great heart the Republic and make us one j a a and All better men and women. The i chastening influence the fearful flood Hunting. While he was out there came up a big rain and Besought shelter in a hollow log. The log soon became soaked with water and swelled until the Hole was too Small for Man to get out again. He was in a dilemma. He quickly review d his past life and a Lien he came to remember that lie had not paid up i subscription for his county paper he Felt so Small that he crawled out the log without any we in bet our old Linen dust that he is same Man who lived in the South West portion this county until a few months ago and sneaked off without paying us two dollars which he owed subscription. I averaged from the reports the Pilar township correspondents the Aid agriculture per fair average. V5 i wheat l Rye Barley j Oats i it Lover j Timot j Timothy j hogs to i hogs As j Spring i a sheep As per la average. Larne a number saved. Mag d fed for by grub worm. Summer Market f it fair average. Is As per fair average. I it 5 59 95 91 90 93 cult la it in Alaric Ajeff. We desire to for years we Kings new disc i it 111-. Say to our citizens that have been Selling . Every for it a sumption a life pills Bucklen a the Massillon Independent in speaking Ter Beau a it is such awful calamities 3iarrin licenses Airai it Ltd. And approaching completion i the Board education upon their for the state sprite suitor Mort lev it hip movements too were conspicuous Cess in obtaining the valuable services j a Ting after each distribution mails almost every Street additions and professor Haupert and predict that paint being added to the older resident the schools under his management will Ces. Side walks Are being widened and Fie prosperous and successful. . Ii. Of Coshocton is a candidate for the nomination As is representative Hamilton Monroe and j. B. Buchanan . ,. Tuscai Quot a a a s cubed some the principal ave j is a native Tuscarawas county and a the representation will be As follows-., no it it Quot Hieu t it Cgetz-1 classical graduate Heidelberg College. T s arawak Man with his a gang Are doing Excel a he was superintendent the port Lent service the streets Aud alleys. 1 Washington schools from 1ss0 to 1882, without bragging we feel justly proud Monroe. Coshocton. Guernsey. Part Noble. Of i .>0 i 25 a i 10 i our Little City and Well a a Bank the assertion that it is one the i a Jam that is most unpleasant men women and children huddled together suggestive sardines in a Box. It is dark Damp and disagreeable in inclement weather. And last though not the least a by a Long distance a it is very unhealthy to the employees in the office from 1882 i the ventilation being so these objections being warranted by the facts its removal from its present reaching from Rich to poor cannot he reckoned but like the loss in the family Circle that links together the remaining members As nothing else can so this National grief binds with unseen Fetters the millions Uncle Sam and creates a patriotic Fervour that serves an Paul fast and Dora Retzler. Ii. Corpman and Dora f. Mathias. J. Burke and Amanda Berkheim. W. Berkeland Wilhelmina Schmidt. L. J. Ward and Mary a. Espich. . King s be Arnica Salve and electric bitters and have never handled remedies that sell As Well that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every and we stand ready to refund the Purchase Price if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely their merits. C. Miller a songs druggists. Wry .-table Stokes arrived in the City yesterday with Philip Savage Pike run to Caracas county who was arrested for Bastardy m. The instance i Hattie Hutchinson. He was arraigned before Squire Brush but the kind hearted j. P. Succeed in persuading the parties to Pool their issues and get out their dilemma by getting . After using considerable diplomacy tie succeeded and pronounced the words Itiat made them Man and wife and sent them their Way i ill i ii it Ltd it re. Fourth Only i ii. I in i him Ylva Nin i. Inch. . Isaac. Helmick brought to our j fice a specimen stalk Oats which his j those wanting horses mules wag daughter sent him from Snohomish and farming implements enquire j county Washington territory. Tmea sufi i ring from those distressing male complaints weakness Etc. A should pc excursion tickets will be sold at one fare for the round trip july fid and 4th, Good to return until july 5th, by tween All stations the Pennsylvania i lines West Pittsburgh. No Exour i a i Ion tickets will be sold to adults at less common to her sex should Send her address and receive fun particulars j Rae than Twenty live cents nor to evil a nac for such troubles. Sen free. �?�aled.�?. W. Ii. Armstrong ii. Big Lett at the near c. A Depot. Steam Lour Mill 23 Rcd in length in itself being 5 feet 3 niches to 6 inches Long. Head 3033cambridge St. Phila., a. 51yl n at less rate than fifteen cents. For further information apply to the nearest passenger ticket agent. 26w2 and the Dennison school to 1ss9, in which positions he has prov Umici de himself an efficient superintendent som est if not the handsomest cleanest a and a thorough educator. To Welcome j place is a foregone conclusion to which j the property formerly owned by Worth i rig1 y Anil miss Ter total number votes. 165 j and Best regulated towns in the state j him and his family to our midst. I we add a a alien a 1 Mathias. Mclard by Day week. 24w5 Coshocton county. For Sale a c. R. Crawford Lias opened boarding House West High str it new to m a v. D at Baltic Lisco Neislev lit june 16th, by . Wiliiam f. A Moore both any person 111 need a first class Jod 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 Logue and Sample writing Selling. Inquire at the times office. 3t i world typewriter. Typewriter should not fail to write to j. W. Rolli Stone Creek o., Lorcata tie

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