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New Castle News (Newspaper) - October 26, 1904, New Castle, Pennsylvania
New Castle news wednesday october 20. 1904. Hike thief Caubet. Taking Tho Law into his own hands c h. Ital timer of Moravia late saturday night eap Tui d Arthur rash Bridge of this City whom he found Riding u country Road upon the horse that had an hour before been Hob a from where Pfrimmer had hitched it in the seventh Ward f Rove to Mahonin town to secure a physician having sickness in his family the animal easily frightened at the Street ears and the owner tied it before the Wayside inr.-, while he went to the physician s. When he returned later the horse and buggy were missing. A neighbor woman said she had noticed a Young Man with a White hat drive away with the Rig shortly before. The horse had thrown one shoe and was thus traced along the Road toward Moravia. Pfrimmer followed the Trail on foot and soon met Ashbridge coming Riding toward this City again. The horse carried the harness but the buggy was missing. Pfrimmer threw himself upon the rider dragging him from Tho horse s Back then brought the Young fellow to the seventh Ward and turned him Over to officer Weddell who brought him to police Headquarters after Midnight. Ashbridge admitted to mayor Jackson sunday morning that he had Tak on the horse but denied that he had stolen t. Lie said the buggy had broken Down and he had left it along the pm Kame. Later it was found somewhat broken. A Dibridge was sent to fail and monday Pfrimmer entered an information before Alderman annoy. Charging Ashbridge with the larceny of the horse buggy and harness value in ail at 1135. Found father dead. Within half a hour after going to work monday morning at six of clock the body of Nichola Colon an employee of the no. O Carnegie Furnace of this City was found lying at the Bottom of a huge steel Hopper freight car at that Plant. The startling discovery was made by the dead Man s a on Peter who worked at the same Fumeo. The father was apparently in Good health when he began work. Half an hour later he left his Olace and walked toward the cars which was the last time he was seen alive. He was lying doubled up on the Bottom of the car when found. Coroner Porter was notified and at once made an investigation although it is believed heart disease caused the unfortunate Many a death. He was 43 years of age and had lived Here eight years. He leaves a wife and seven children mrs. Joseph Frank mrs. It Ark Margo mrs James Ross miss concetia and Philip Peter and Frank All of this City. The remains were Given in charge of undertaker Mcgonigle. Who will an noun Quot the funeral later. Dangerously ill the condition of police officer John Atkinson who Vas dangerously wounded August 17th by Rosewell Waite the fugitive murderer became very critical Friday evening and there Are grave fears that he will not recover. He was reported saturday by the Hospital authorities As being somewhat better then but the chances seem to be against him. His stomach rebels against the Medicine it is necessary to give him and Little or nothing can be retained in it his nervous system which has been terribly strained Ever since the tragedy of nine weeks ago i also in danger of collapse. The wound in his leg has not healed As rapidly As could by desired and this with the Worp out stomach and weakened nervous system make the chances for recovery very slender. However the wounded Man does not know just How serious his condition is As Bat plight be i amp Tal knowledge Lor him to a it id be. -------4---------- Mack Luht Case is Altot de. Tho much discussed a Mae ease of Fred in Knight v. The Youngstown a Shufon a Street railway company was argued before the circuit court tuesday afternoon. This is an action common Picas Ilo an Effort to mint of $50,-Aid to have about that coat you Wear a coat. Why to keep the cold out no to keep the warmth in. What of the body that has no warmth the thin poor body that lacks the healthy flesh and fat it needs for such we say that Scott a emulsion provides the right kind of a coat. Why because Scotts emulsion builds firm solid flesh and supplies just enough fat to fill natures requirements a no More. That Means bodily warmth. Will Send Vou a Sample free upon request. Scott amp Downs 409 Pearl Street new York. B. Amp a. B. Amp h. B. Amp h. A postal card to William j. Bryan this paper has received a postal card bearing the following address Quot Hon. William Jennings Bryau care the news new Castle. 1 am sanguine enough to believe that i ran prove to every unbiased mind that judge Parker is not a fit Man to in nominated either by the democratic party or by any other party that stands for honesty and fair Deal Ings in Jennings lost every state i Bryan 1900. Quot when the election was Over i found that i had carried nearly every state in which i did not speak and leanings Bryan 1900.�?� a hint at our wonderful display us fall goods to were never bettor equipped than at the present time to Supply the wants of our customers. Whether you want to buy inexpensive goods or the Best we can satisfy you in our varied collection of ladies tailor made gowns. Suits separate skirts or furs. Our line of piece dress goods and Silks never were better and More up to Date than at the present time. Done to forget our carpets Engs and Wall paper. 1 brought in the court in which the plaintiff collect damages to to it met Tor alleged injury a Susta ago at cd was a a. T the jury r for Relief defendant the circuit he reprise Derson an the com Pau alter b and r a a inc War a nut Lucr it used a turn i late it torn a Oung to mor Tus a i Verdi t f in a in taker a a a a. Mack i treys o. Of Wilson we is Are being to i Norris Jack in Telegram. Litho r that another postal card directed to Quot Hon. William Jennings Bryan care the news new Castle has also come in the mall to this paper. It Cor gains the following a what nominated that old bunco Steerer Quot a the odium which or. Cleveland brought on his second administration did More to defeat the party than any one Plank of the Chicago a Bryan 1903-1904. Quot i opposed judge Parker a nomination. And i stated at the St. Louis convert Ion a if nominated the Campaign would begin with a foot race and end with a a Bryan. 1904. "1 voted for Bryan and free Silver n 1890 and again in 1900, but of course i regard the Gold Standard As irrevocably Brooks Parker. 1904. Quot i believe the country needs a Tariff. It is impossible to have what is known As free Trade. Or anything near Gassaway Davis i. S. Senate. Quot Protection is Gassaway Davis. Wheeling w. A fair sept. 7, 1904. Stepped upon Nail has blood poisoning John Loi Tenco of Dewey Avenue is suffering from a sever Case of local blood inns Onang in his right foot resulting from a mishap of a few Day ago. While walking along the Street he handed to step upon a Rusty Nail whip h penetrated the sole of his shoe and entered the foot making a Small wound. He paid no attention to it until inflammation set in. When he consulted or. Bonk who is now treating the injury. The november ballots will be huge ones the official ballots to be used at the coming election tuesday. November my. Will be huge Blabket-1 Ike affairs and just 32,588 will be necessary for Lawrence county. It will be easier now than Ever before to vote a at might party ticket that evidently being he design of the framers of the new election Law. All one has to do to vote a straight ticket is to Mark within the Circle designated by the party name. In a edition to this the it a dilates for each office air grouped by ibm-1 selves and those who do not wish to vote a straight ticket will do As heretofore in marking after the game of j e Ach candidate for whom he votes. There will be 30,840 official and 5,725 Sample ballots needed in this county. A letters issued on three estates Youngstown tragedy. Two of the strikers of the american j steel hoop company Mills sit j Youngstown were shot and killed sat j inlay night when they were attempting to intimidate Fred Wolfe a roller at the upper Plant. The dead Are Thomas Connelly a puddle and Patrick Mclaughlin a rougher. Wolfe admitted that he shot the a j and intended to do so. He said that he j was sorry they were dead but beyond j that expressed no remorse. The had been Active during the strike and Connelly had been arrested twice for assaulting the men who arc now employed in the Mills. Early saturday evening Connelly and his gang started out. There were five or six of the men and they were evidently intent on raising trouble. Half an hour before the fatal shooting a curved it was necessary for Tho Pool of to Rescue Patrick Cardon a roller at the upper Plant from the gang. Can Don was among the first lot of strik Breakers who entered the Mill. When the gang met Fred Wolfe and \ his brother John Fred was pushed off i Wolfe a a a a a a a a in Brown Navy it Cen. Real and Homespun material 42 inches. Tong began to shoot. The first Bullet struck. Block Hlor Criz a petticoats /5c to Connelly above the heart. The next Sone hit Mclaughlin in the Eye. The lat a ter died instantly. Connelly died before he reached the Hospital. There was a Large Crown about the men at the time and John Wolfe was up. The Only Man to protect his brother Mises All Wool sweaters 81 25. Against the strikers. He is said to have. 0pulled a weapon and levelled it at the children �4 Coli try 81zp8 6 to 10 Sci lip crowd but did net shoot. It was Dis 83 00 and up. Covered afterwards that his revolver. T. ,. Was not loaded. Misses tourist Coats Plain or with wife is one of the contract men who capes 12 to 18 v ear sizes $4 00 and up had charge of the Mills of the company it.i4 .___0.and was granted permission by presi j ml88c8 school dresses s1zc8 2 to 14 Dent Shaffer of Tho amalgamated As years colors red Blue and plaids at so elation in a general order to work a a. or no strike. His brother John Vlcej a a a a a. Works in another Mill on the same conditions. B. Amp h. Ready to Wear department silk petticoats Worth $7 50 for 86.00. All Wool Merino petticoats $3.25. Ladies All Wool sweaters $2.25 and ladies and misses tourist Coats Brown and Oxford mixtures and body and sleeves lined with gl7ar-anteed Skinner satin�?$11 50. Tan Covert tourist coat 42 inches Long body and sleeves lined with satin�?$9 00. Ladies tourist Covert coat 26 inches Lonj lined throughout Only $7 50. Skull factored. New walking skirts in scotch mixtures plaids checks children Scoats adages in red Navy and Castor. Kersey cloths at $2 50, $3.00, up to $5.00. Every one a bargain. Charles the 14 year old son of c. Patterson a prominent resident of it. Jackson is lying at the Hospital Here in a very critical condition As the result of a terrible blow on the Bead received late monday evening from a horses Hoof. The Skull was fractured and the injured boys brains were oozing from the break when lie reached the Hospital. The boy was driving near his Homo when the horse became unman Agea j ble and began to kick. He attempted to control the animal and it was j while tugging on the lines that he re-1 Cei Ved a blow from the Iron shod Hoof which struck him on the forehead just above and a Little to the right of the right Eye splitting the Bone beneath. As Soor. As the victim of the Acci Dent reached tote Hospital an operation was undertaken and the Skull was to Ephine. It is yet too Early to deter mine the full extent or result of the injury which is of the most critical nature. The boy is suffering greatly from Shock to the nervous system which is also much against his chances. Jas Homespun anti Cheviot. And six injured. New silk Peiti Coata All Colora Black for $4i 0 to $12 00 each. New line Satin Petticoat from $1.00 and up. Dress goods Tricot and fancy Waist mrs 25c. Flat Nellette Cashmere pattern for Home dresses or Kimonos 12 1-2and 16c. All new shades in Serge 50c. 52-Io. All Wool suiting 50c. See our line of Broadcloth and venetians in the new leather Green and Brown and shades. Plaid Plain and fancy mohair. Crushed velvets All shades. Velours and corduroys. Just reduced a lot of 50 and 54 Inch skirting to 75c and $1.00 per Yard they Are a bargain. Our millinery depart Neit overflowing with the Best styles the Market affords and you can find some special bargains. Ladies a and children a Beaver hats Worth $2.50 to $3,25, your Choice of the lot $1 95. One lot ladies velvet made hats trimmed with Ostrich plumes feathers and ribbon at $2 25 to 84 00. Trimmed Street hats�?50c to 5 00. Children a school hats 25c a Good Painter in ends a Good thing when he sees it. He knows that Lucas paints tied d gloss spread easier and go farther than other paints. He knows they Are made of pure materials by a reliable House of sixty years experience. I in knows they Cost less All around he knows they turn out better in the end. So does his dealer. Ask him. John Lucas amp co Philadelphia letters on the estate at decedent have been issued since the last report As follows letters of administration with the will annexed issued on the estate of Battista Hamella late of Wayne township. Grady Coda Nat no d As admin is Trator letters of administration with the will annexed issued on the estate of Stanton Palmer lat of new Castle. Nancy e. Palmer widow of the dece lines As administer matrix is testamentary issued on in it of John to Newton lat a a of township. John Marshall sex six men were injured in a Peculiar wreck on the Pennsylvania near Wampum about six of clock monday evening a Hen a ban a car jumped Tho track. Another car of the same kind was following closely aft a and workmen on both were mixed up in the wreck. Six of them wer brought to the Hospital. Tho worst injured a it to John Magne aged 24 head badly Cut and bruised and suffered severe Shock bled internally. Galliano Tutelo aged to injured about stomach and Groin and badly shocked Dominick Pareto aged 21 bad Scalp cont i. I a Ami bruises. The other three men were not much Hurt and left the Hospital As Soor. As their wounds were dressed. No re Cord of their names v As Kep it the six victims were brought Fri m the set Eno of the Accident to to a West hid a a station from where they were taken in Offutt a ambulances to the station. 4 slavery in Mercer it pointy. Quot i likewise do ordain that my Well it beloved wife an 1 my son shall go1 equal shares in All my household of feets except my mulatto Siave wheelies to remain with my wife until so arrives at the age when the Laws of j the state proclaim her to be free j bin if my said wife should die then a the a a Aid mulatto slave is to be very few persons now living recall i he time when there was slavery in Mercer county but that there i was is proved by the foregoing exp tract from the last will and testament of John Calvin of Salem township probated in 1k04. This testamentary document is the first one i probated in the county and a As legible today As it was when written. The Register at that time was John j Findlay tau it of whose descendants still reside in this sect Ion. A a Sharon Telegraph. Furs fur wearing time for women is approaching and we Are prepared fur it. Our furs Are All in Stock and we advise you to buy Early. Furs of every description. Dot it a Lett a a state Way Jector. Great Hawk was shot by new Castle boy Lam Collingwood of no. 193 Barber Street shot a huge Chicken Hawk Friday afternoon mar Mccurdy a Mills. The Bird weighed 3ty pounds and measured 34 inches from tip to tip of its wings. It was High in the air when Collingwood fired. He us a a Shotgun loaded with no. 6 shot and the Hawk a Wing was broken and it dropped to the Earth with a resounding thud a 4 a Good night s rest. The greatest tonic on Earth la t Good nights rest. Restless nights and the terrible exhaustion of a hacking cough arc dread dangers of the poor consumptive. Hut Why a his fear of Tho nigh we n a few doses of or. Bog been a German Hyrup will i Stiro refresh Long a a it it entirely free from cough or night sweat for expectoration in who morning is mad certain by taking German syrup it has cured consumption for fort years. Trial bottle a Fie big boy tie 7 5c. At Iii Trugli att 2 it a y e. N. Ohl retires. Obi of Lincoln Avenue n Diin the Ilo Publ c Iron inti St tel a in a meeting held by the of directors of this rum pm. I a in new York City retired is office. Blankets Good heavy Cotton blankets �78c. Extra Large and heavy Cotton Blank Etc $1 00 Wool blankets All Grade for $2 50 up to $10 the pair. Fancy Blaid blankets. Big line of comforter from $1.00 up to $4 each. Ladies undergarments the finest line of ladies Muslin night Robes skirts Chemise drawer and Corset covers we have Ever had the pleasure to show our customers. The style Quality and fit will please you. Ladies fleeced vests and pants 25c each. Extra fleeced vests and pants 50c each h ladies ribbed non shrinking vests and Pant 50e each. Ladies Union suits from $1 to $3. Elegant Quality misses Union suite Balbriggan color All sizes 50c. One lot children a sleeping garments sizes 4 and 5, for 25c. Ladies and misses Black tights. Odd lot ladies Vest and pants in natural Wool Camel s hair and Scarlet $1 rpm laity for 75c. See our children a department Large line of children a and misses aprons also nurse so i prone children a and infants dresses. Menus and boys dept. Menus heavy 4 thread half Hose 15c, 2 Jia irs for 2oc. Menus fancy Wool half Home a bargain at 25c. Menus fancy shirts 2 Collar 50c. Menus Blue Railroad shirts 2 Collar Only 50c. Men a shirts and drawers from the 50c Quality to $3 00 each. Menus silk fleeced shirt Only the $1 00 Quality for 50c. Menus All Wooll flannel Mill shirts Short sleeves no Collar 60c. Men a Mill shirt Long sleeve with Collar for 85c. Menus Mill drawers All Wool 65c. Boys fleeced shirts and drawer the 25c Quality All size 20c. Men a sweater All prices. Boys Wool sweaters 50c. Mother s Friend shirt waists elegant styles in Wash for boys waists�?50c. $1.50 Quality Wool waists boys Blue waists�?25c. $1.00. Ladies Cra Venette rain Coats in oxfords tans and Olive mixtures �?$�.�z�z. Coats a very wide Range of styles Aud clothes for $1250 to <33.00 basement bargains Asbestos sad Iron a aet of three fur $1.75 meat cutters�?$2.00 and $2 50. Gold band water glasses a 50c a dozen. See our 10c assortment Gold decorated Hina dinner a later bread and by a Tfir plates cups and saucers Sou p plates Etc. A 44-piece dinner set neat decoration for $4 00 a 44-piece dinner set Gold decorated for $5 00. A new feature in basement. A full line of enamel Ware Coffee pots Tea pots Tea kettles Kettle of All kind sauce pans Rice or Cereal boilers frying pans pudding pans dish pans in fact everything made by the new cattle stamping co and sold at dry goods profits. When in need of anything in this line Call and get Pri cd then compare them with other. The True Beautifier of the complexion is the thing which purifies the blood and makes the digestion whal it ought to be that is seven barks under its use the entire system is kept in perfect conditions the skin becomes firm smooth and Clear. Try it thoroughly and you will find it successful. Ivus a a Paisley pharmacy any. Glutton , . Wallace Wirsing pharmacy a k. Love. Jno of Neely. Brown amp Hamilton part Jude a con Ami nor a aug $5� in than four j measuring pm St a a a a notices. A convention has been to tween the t Nisei states ? in i i a not exceed i Val a weighing not m it of h1m and Hix ounces a Tun More than three j und go feet Uno 1 May be a countr v to i in i 1 Girt from of 17 six Inch length a by mail oth a a Tho rate fraction of a n it is now put who mail Large other eau fled us h a Sample the Perati in Engle h it on Cit i must Fie pal i it full for Eft a Pound a und e to bit null pare a a of r Lull of affixing a stamp to each pared or circular. There must be at least 2,009 1 tenth us pie a a Quot. Offered at each mailing and the envelopes or wrappers must Bear in the upper left hand Corner the Nan. Of the sender and office of mailing and in the upper right hand Corner a statement of the class of matter the am it unt of Pottage and Tho Wor t 4, a paid in there Are other at a Gula Lonu Ami any one a if. Tring to Avail himself of the privilege must make application in a Tvan a to the a trader who in turn a must make a plication t1 the Thor i assistant past u re i 1 feet in a a or the i or Busini he in a bars of circulars or a of mall a a a master Tif Era Mershaa Lise to pay mailed until the Money Iii Tea i Gran the j an 1 a i no to Power can a it a application find 1�� a lilt idea Yeti. That Ekht my to Ridge w Reck. The following is taken from the court proceedings of the Youngstown Telegram Quot Fred Macknight is. The Young town a Staron Street Hail a co. Error. Opinion by judge Cook. Judgment of lower court revised. A a plaintiff was a Pas rentier on the Lio and was injured in the wreck a Chestnut Ridge in August its crus 1 by a collision reuniting it is said from tha breaking of a. Brake beam when the Motorman attempted to Stop Cir 25, closely following car no. I. Which was crippled at that Point a order to avoid the collision. The court a a i., declaring the motor Man of car 26 used no care at All in running his car at 25 Miles an hour on a curve knowing that but 1,000 feet ahead was another car. Then too the conductor of ear n. 5 was criticised Foy negligence in i tilling to go Back to Flag the other Star ins tend of climbing us to fix the trolley which waa disabled Quot a a a a a i Iti ters in administration. I of administration were Lasca i at he court House i v Register and recorder a. Hyde in the cot ate of Sekii Mcgee late of this City who met a a a i a tragic a i ath by failing from a . Ii to Iivo to j. Fly Nugin
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