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   Portsmouth Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 15, 1897, Portsmouth, Ohio                                DAILY TIMES. VOLUME IT. NUMBER 192. PORTSMOUTH, OHIO, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1897. PRICE ONE GENT. 66 Guess Pins. Following our usual custom we will on Christmas morning, as a token of our appreciation o! their liberal patronage dur- ing the year, present to our customers as a Christmas Present, I Christmas Presents. First and nearest guess we -will give... oo Second and nearest guess we will give.. 50 oo Third and nearest guess we will give 20.00 200 Christmas Presents, Fourth and nearest guess we will give. oo OFFICIAL VOTE And Pluralities of Candidates on State Ticket at Last Election. to Ho Sent to Alaska by Govern- Ky., Negro Suicide In Glass Co., Burned News. By Telogmph to THE TIMES. Colambaa, O., Nov. Theoffioial vote at the last eleotion was as follows- Chapman, Holliday (Frobitionist) Oosey, (People's) Doxfcer, (Na- tional Democratic) Watkins, (Social Lewis, (Negro Protec- tive) 470; Liberty Bnehnell's plurality, Other pluralities are: Lieutenant governor, atato treasurer, attorney gen- eral, supierue circuit judge, board of public works, school commissioner, BUY SIX HUNDRED REINDEERS Fifth and nearest guess we will give Sixth and nearest guess we will give 10.00 5.00 until Christmas morning at 9 o'clock. 5 ways come to us for best goods at lowest prices. r J HEER BROTHERS, LEADING CLOTHIERS. Are tlie Instructions of the Secretary ol the Interior, do as to Gut Provisions to loo Uonml W alers of Alnakn. Ry Telegraph to TUB TIMH. Washington, D. O., Nov. tary Gage has called upon the secretary of the interior to iEstruct the Alaska officials to got six hundred reindeers to be used to oonvoy provisions to ice- bound whalers. It is expected that ihoy can reach the scene of distress by he middle of February, the distance leing abont six hundred miles. A NEGRO BRUTE Butcher Weyler, o! Spain Could Not Use the Knife More Effectively in Cutting Than we will do from now until Christmas. We have yet 35 business days until Christmas and we propose to make every day count. Cost Will Count Little, Pedigree Will Stand for Nothing, To Be Rid of Our Fall Stock at Once Is tlie Aim. A. Couple In Deoperate nn the Wife Shot Her llnslmuil and Then Herself, to End .All. By Telegraph to TUB TIMES. Boston, Mass Nov. Me- Laughlin and wife were found uncon- scious at their home, south of Boston, today, both shot. The husband revived and said that his wife shot him and then tried to ahoot herself. The police believe the woman was driven by des- peration to end their lives. They were in abject destitution, and only a single piece of bread was in the house. The husband was dying of consumption. A child born two months ago died at the age of two weeks. The couple had been married a year. B Ffttully Wonudnil by a Shot From the Ho Intended to lannlt. By Telegrnptt to TIIK TIMES. Dauvillo, Ky., Nov. 15. Mrs. Jamos Wilmot, living five miles from 3anville, last night shot and probably atally wounded an unknown nogro who was trying to enter the house during her husband's absence. The negro could not move for half an hour, and when Mr. Wilmott came home ha found a pool of blood whero the man was shot._______________ Suicide tu Cliuroh. By Telegraph to THE TIMES. Laporte, Ind., Nov. M. Speiioer, of Balmore, O., committed eiuoide in the M. E. ohuroh at West- ville last night by shooting himself in the head during the singing nf. the opening hymn. Financial trouble ie assigned as the cause. pair left in two weeks from today. Prices These Cut DoWn the Cost of Living. Ladies' Heavy Shoes, full stock, Calf Lace, sizes 3 to 5.............. Ladies' Oil Grain Shoes, Lace or Button, worth for.......... Ladies' Calf Shoes, Lace or Button, worth our price......... Ladies' Shoes of Calf Skin and make so that they never rip ior... Ladies' Shoes, in Calf, Kangaroo Calf, and Porpoise Calf, worth price Ladies' Button Shoes, Patent Leather Tips, worth for........ Ladies' Box Calf Shoes, made by Sachs Shoe Co., worth i 69 99 99 99 1 49 1 74 JJUA kjLUJCQ, .LLlUl-iO UJ _- 200 Pairs of Heavy Dongola Shoes worth our price......... 1 4J 210 Pairs of Goodyear Welt Shoes, worth our price.......... l 160 Pairs of Fine Dongola Kid Shoes, worth for............. 1 69 Gaelics' Shoes worth 25, for 82.24, -100 Pairs of School Shoes made in Portsmouth and every pair guaranteed to be first-class, or we will repair them, for you free of charge, our price is, sizes 9 to 12 ior 89c. and size 13 to 2 for OOc. They are fully worth from to 300 Pairs of Maudel School Shoes from 99c. to They are tlie best School Shoes on earth. to 5, worth our price............. o. made of Oil J. to 5, the best kind, worth i 1. 99 49 1J Men's Heavy Shoes with buckles, worth for.................... Men's Shoes in Congress or Lace suitable for winter only............ All of our Men's Heavy Shoes in Lace and for this sale Men's Fine Shoes, Congress or Lace, worth our price........ Men's Fine Shoes in Lace and Congress, worth our price... Men's Fine Calf Shoes, Congress or Lace, Hub Gore worth Men's Fine Calf Shoes, made of Kangaroo Calf worth Men's Fine Calf Shoes in all style toes, worth for.............. Men's Fine Calf Shoes, Congress or Lace worth for........... All of our Matchless Calf Shoes, worth for..................... Our Patrol Shoes worth our price now.......................... Our Porpoise Calf Shoes worth now for........................ Our Gold Coin Shoes worth for................................... Our Famous Calf Shoes worth now for........................... 200 Pairs of Goodyear Welt Shoes worth 4.11 of 75, and Shoes for and Ladies' Rubbers...................................................from 18c to 39c Misses' Gentlemen's 3oc to Men's Rubber Boots, Rhode Island or Bay State make worth our prices d 'do do The power of CASH is not a theory it's an established fact that can ill to do your own figuring from these very unusual values. If you Shoe Company, Originators of LowPrices on Reliable Footwear. 517 Chillicothe Street, Opposite Postoffice. May Defend themselves. Havana, Nov. 15. General Blanco toas Issued an edict that property own- ers may defend themselves with the revolver and machete, and that full protection will be extended to insur- gents who surrender. tee In Ilnvunn. Havana, Nov. Consul General Fitzhugb. Lee and Walter B. Barker, United States conmil at Sagua la Grande, arrived on the Ward line steamer Seguranca. No Demonstration For Weyler. Conmna, Spain, Nov. parti- ans of Lieutenant General Weyler have abandoned the idea of a demon- tration in his favor on the arrival of the 'Montserrat. Fire In a Sliver Mine. Aspen, Colo., Nov. fare that gives fair promise of closing down ev- ery big mine in the camp is raging in the eighth level of the Smuggler silver mine. The cause the catastrophe is supposed to be spontaneous combus- tion, although there are a few who are inclined to the theory that a careless miner and a candle are responsible. Sa far the fire is confined to a. large crib, and is burning at a point about 800 feet below the surface. An Editor Murdered. Ashland, Miss., Js7ov. H. Har- _ison, editor of the Ashland Register, was stabbed to death by J. L. McDon- ald. The two men had some -words about the meager notice in the paper of an approaching lecture, -McDonald charging that had the orator been a Methodist instead of a Baptist the no- tice would have been more extended. The flglit followed.______ Nutritious Food Burned. Chicago, Nov. old 4-story building of the Nutriment company, manufacturing chemists, was burned, together with a large stock of pepsin and nutritious foods. The loss is esti- mated at well Insured. C'aiB Worltd Uarued. Jy Telegraph to THK Tnras. Red Key, Ind., Nov. Mari- etta Glnsa works burned today. Loss, insurance, FOR PRESIDENT IN 1900 J. B. Sovereign of Knights of Labor, Malt- lug Preparations te Become a Candidate. By Telegraph to THE TIJTES. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 15. The Coarier-Journal today Bays the secret of tho resignation of B. Sovereign, of the Knights of Labor, is now ont. He resigned and was appointed field worker in order to advance his inter- ests as a candidate for President of the United States in 1900. Increase n. O. Kirn Ings. 6y Telegrnpb to THE TIMES. Baltimore, Nov. annual re- port of tho Baltimore Ohio railroad shows an increase of in the earnings of the past year, and over over 1895. Killed Ilia Sister. By Telegraph to THB TIKES. Indianapolis, Nov. son, aged fourteen, shot and instantly dlled his seventeen-year old sister last night at their home on Jefferson avenue. The shooting was acoidental, the boy not knowing the revolver loaded.______________ Marketn. By Telegraph toTua Touts. Chicago, Nov. corn, oats, Roycl makes the lood pure, wholesome and POWDER i nutma POWKP co-.   

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