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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 1, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday december 1, 1887. Number 49. Official directory. District. Congress.-. State senator. Common l Leas judges. County. Representative. Private judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheri it. Auditor. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites j. Lauce a. S. Pearce Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins j. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. Ruler a w. E. Lash r. Benner 0. U. Hoover Ozias Delong 1 j. Porter l. City. Daniel Korns mayor James h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. J Acob Miller. 0. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Glotfelter. Cd Erk , Street commissioner Council Warden. Justices. Names. \. Youngen. Same a Bixler. Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. 5 Milliken. J w Newburg. Jos 11 Hostetler Stieh Montag. 5 y Lenneker. Jarl sell Ehlers Philip a Garver pc Fernsel. Daniel Richards Slugh t Minnis. J 11 Booth. P 11 read. John s Spring. John w Rolli. David Breymeir Samuel c Kline. Folin Milone. F j Greene. Jno w Lytle . W Knisley. J it Mulvane. A Timmerman. I j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. I b Rankin. L a Cornett. W j Haskinson is Mckinney. Wesley m Tracy Lewis c Zollars. La Richardson. I s Wagner. J l Baldwin. F k Robinson. I ii Gardner. T g Galbraith. Hiram Climan. Hohut Coruthers Isaac couts. Lames w Stoutt Rohn Wetter. Ivillia Kinsey j h Kuhn. Townships. Post office. Auburn. Auburn. Bucks. Bucks. Clay. Clay. Dover. Dover. Dover. Fairfield. Fairfield. Franklin. Franklin. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Jefferson. Jefferson. Lawrence. Lawrence. Mill. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Oxford. Perry. Perry. Rush. Rush. Salem. Salem. Sandy. Sandy. Sugar Creek. Sugar Creek. Union. Union. Warren. Warren. Warwick. Warwick. Washington Washington Wayne. Wayne. York. York. Ragersville. Ragersville. Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Gnadenhutten. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Philada a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar. Bolivar. Uhrichsville. Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Shanesville. Uhrichsville. Leesville. New Cumberland new Cumberland Tuscarawas. Tuscarawas. Albany. Paoli. Dundee i Dundee. New Philada a. Black band. Professional directory. Is. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. It me in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl y c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. Us Calls Day night prompt answered. Of ice Over Routzen Heizer a drug store. Resi Lence two doors South c a p depot. 49yl As. A. Rickii ads. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law to it ii new Philadelphia Ohio. 0ct0r Eda Wilhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. It filcer Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and Resl nce no. 46, South Broadway new Philadel Lia Ohio. Cyl Rancis r0m1g, attorney at Law and notary Public. Office re citizens National Bank new Philadel Lia Ohio. Hissong a shaving shampooing and hair dressing prior in basement under Millers drug store North Broadway now Philadelphia. 0. 48yl Jiin s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Ladelphia. Ohio. All professional business it aptly attended to in Tuscarawas and and Ning counties. Office us it stairs opposite Urt House North Broadway. 47yl ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and con Yancer. Special attention paid to collections ecu tors. Administrators and guardians a ints. Office up stairs opposite the court it use. North Broadway. 47yl Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia. Ohio. I professional business entrusted to his care Tuscarawas. Harrison and adjoining count i. Will receive prompt and careful attention ice Over citizens National Bank. Most Chehy a dental Mitchell d. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. J it lock a a new Philadelphia 0. Over Raiff s hardware store it in and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered it leases the Mutli and Teeth a specially. 1 the g1lsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey. 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 with the House. 9yl Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. It. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist episcopal preaching every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German reformed preaching every sunday at lw30.a. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. Lodge Liila Delillia times. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor u. P. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Masonic new Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mall value w. G l. Tatlor Sec a. Knights pythias equity Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday Eye Niue in Odd Fellows t. J. Zellner. N. G. I. A. Courll item. Sec a. I. 0. Q. Of a Schoenbrun Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempfly n. G. P. Sehl rec. Sec a. I. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. John Dunn c. P. I. A. Correll Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday december 1, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance �?.81 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a a a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication to the times. Or. Gladstone England will visit the United states in the Spring. He will visit All the principal cities in this country. His doctor has advised him to make the voyage for the Benefit his health. A windstorm visited Minola Texas the night the 26th, blowing Down a Hall during the Progress a dance held by coloured people. Five persons were killed and about Twenty injured. The loss to merchandise in the stores below was about $10,000. Noddy Moses piled ties the r. Amp R., near Charleston va., the 21st ult., to wreck the pay car. The officials in a special car came along first and came very near being wrecked. Moses was arrested confessed his guilt and gave away his accomplices. Conrad doll Stark county who murdered his wife and step son committed suicide in his cell in the Canton jail the night the 27th. He a rope by tearing his Sheet in strips and braiding them together. His trial was in Progress but his act has now put an end to it and cheats the Gallows. The coming Congress need not spend any time investigating the election speaker Carlisle. He was honestly and clearly elected. If the House wants any pastime it might turn its attention to a Slick tongued and smooth faced Boodler who purchased a nomination the Banks the Muddy Muski Ngum a year ago last Democrat. Colonel Robert g. Ingersol is said to be afflicted with tumor m the Throat. He consults . Mackenzie physician to to the Crown Prince and . Morgan. Bob has no god to implore in his behalf but has Faith in the skill humanity and the Powers nature to right herself. He May have occasion to get the other Side the Fence before he Dies. The City Atlanta ga., held an election saturday last the prohibition question. It was probably the most exciting Day that has occurred there since the War. The prohibitionists carried the Day last election but the a a Antis rallied and fought with a vigor defeating prohibition by 1,000 majority. The ladies were very Active in their work in favor prohibition taking the streets electioneering the same As the men. The ices Are rejoicing Over their Victory. Russia is massing troops the German Frontier. It looks As though Russia meant to have a a set to with Germany. Germany supports Prince Ferdinand Bulgaria privately. The latter is an Allie Germany. This causes the feeling Between Russia and Germany. Prince bismark declares that whosoever wished peace must not attack Germany a allies. Russia wants to dictate to Bulgaria and it May become interesting. Emperor William Germany has resigned. The Crown Prince who is gradually going Down with cancer in the Throat take3 the throne. But his Days reign Are inevitably limited to a Short period and the government will then rest upon the shoulders his son who is Only about Twenty six years age. This places Germany in rather a precarious situation during the War threatening Russia. The great bismark will be at the Helm state to see the Young Man through in Case War. A hint to Beriah Wilkins. Washington i. C., nov. 27. The Pont assumes to know that Wool and democratic gains were thus connected. Congressman Beriah Wilkins represents the greatest Wool District in Ohio and Tariff questions has always voted with the protectionists. In 18s5, the High Tariff platform Ilo Adly had 3,997 majority in uis District. In 1886 Wilkins himself a 3,974 majority while in 1887, the Low Tariff platform Powell had 4,976 majority. Will not . Wilkins who represents about 750,-000 sheep and nearly 25,000 democrats consider this latest expression his people As an invitation to come into the fold and hereafter vote with his dealer. Never in the history Overland travel has there been such a blockade freight All lines As at present. The Central Pacific is two weeks behind time in freight shipments. The Southern Pacific has fully one months freight Side tracked at various Points owing to disastrous Wash outs in Arizona and new Mexico but the Atchison Road is in the worst dilemma. The extraordinary Rush people to Southern California has completely paralysed this line. It is using every locomotive to transport passengers and freight is thus Laid up All along the line. The situation became so bad in los Angeles that a meeting the Board Trade was held this week to Call the attention the Railroad to the great injustice done to shippers. As a Rule it requires three Days at Kansas City before acco Niroda tons can be secured by those who buy tickets . Louis Republican. That looks very much As though the country was not going to the dogs under a democratic administration when the railroads Are not Able to do the business the country account an increased Trade. The Republican prophets should try again. Larry finn Marquette Michigan chopped his wife to pieces with an a the 26th inst. Drunkenness was the cause. We. Ii. Evans this City went to Alliance monday to take a position in the Morgan engineering company. Success Young Man. The ladies the presbyterian society will hold a a fancy fair and service supper tuesday and wednesday 20th and 21st december 1887. Rev. James a. Cook commenced a series lectures last sunday evening in the presbyterian Church for the Benefit the Young folks. All Are invited. Mrs. N. Richards m.d., has opened an Ottice in the Lytle Block Over Gintz amp cons furniture store. We Hope she will meet with abundant Success As heretofore. Judging from the amount goods being received by our merchants the Holiday Trade bids fair to be a brisk one. Note our advertising columns and act accordingly. Emmet Uhrich Uhrichsville retail dealer in boots and shoes an assignment saturday last for the Ben edit his creditors. Or. T. J. Evans Assignee. Liabilities unknown. Or. James a. Richards and j. T. Mccullough have formed a Law partnership and opened an office in the Exchange Block Over Gentsch a drugstore. The new firm will be pleased to meet All their former patrons and friends. Chicken thieves were plying their vocation East ave., last Friday night. They visited the Heneries . Barnhouse a and , and carried a number Choice fowls away. Some Genius could make a Fortune by inventing a trap to catch this class thieves. Or. Thomas Smiths House caught fire from a defective Hue wednesday morning and but for the prompt action the fire company would soon have levelled the House to the ground. The boys put the fire out with As Little damage to the House As possible. The damage will amount to $150 at least. The doctor has been quite ill for several Days confined to his bed and the alarm fire shocked his nerves considerably but it is hoped he will soon rally. Or. And mrs. Jesse Baker canal Dover entertained in handsome style Many their lady and gentleman friends canal Dover and new Philadelphia at Tea wednesday evening last. The Tea was very elaborate and gave evidence great skill and taste in the culinary Art. The evening was spent in social Converse and various amusements to the Delight All present. Mrs. Baker is one Dover a most charming ladies and we wish her and her Good husband Many Days Bliss and happiness. The above was crowded out last week we learn that a fire occurred in Uhrichsville Early tuesday morning last which entirely destroyed the stables . Mckinley and mrs. Medley. The stable . Mckinley was used by . E. J. Moore brother to the editor this paper. He saved his horses but lost a new buggy harness and feed amounting to Over $200. A report was current our streets that a human being had perished in the limes but it has since proved to be a false report. The Only life that was lost was that Fine Shepherd dog. It is also stated that two members the Standard theatre co., who played Here last week rendered timely assistance to . Moore in saving his horses from the devouring flames. A most disgusting scene occurred at music Hall saturday night last. Two would be Young men came with As much whisky As they could carry and occupied seats with ladies around and in the next seats to them and during the evenings performance went out two three to Load up again making them so drunk that they vomited the floor in the presence the ladies making themselves a most disgusting nuisance. They did not possess the manhood to get up and go out and stay out but acted like the brute creation. There should be some cure for the boys who Are in the habit getting up and running out two three times during the intervals Between acts compelling ladies to Rise to their feet to let them pass have them trample Over their clothing. They ought to be hissed Down by the audience. Look out for them hereafter. In 1852, thirty five years ago John Mclean brother mrs. W. Wolf and Charles Mclean this township left his Home Fry a Creek to seek a Fortune in California. Months and years rolled by and no word was received from him and his relatives had every reason to believe that he was dead and ins Heirship in the family estate was allotted to his nearest Kin. But John was not dead. He lived in California for seventeen years when he wended his Way up into British Columbia where he has resided for the past eighteen years. He had written letters Home during his absence but it appeared they never reached their destination owing to the limited mail facilities in those Early Days Western life. At last though a Long while intervened he concluded to visit his old Home and monday this week he and his wife put in an appearance in our City to the Surprise his relatives and old acquaintances looking Hale and Hearty As though time had dealt kindly with him. The meeting the relatives and friends must indeed have been a Happy one. The Long Winter evenings at the fireside will be regaled with the Days a Sauld Lang syne a and subsequent events that have transpired will be As entertaining to the new Comer As his experience will be to the willing ears who have so Long mourned him As dead. Among the events he relates is the fact that he never witnessed the sight a moving Railroad train until he crossed the Borders civilization the United states America a and that the spectacle to him was As novel As it was grand. A woman being asked Why husbands quit courting their wives said it was because other men did it so much More nicely. A cold wave scooped Down upon us from the Northwest sunday night and the Coal merchants in this Vicinity Are correspondingly Happy. A proverb Slinger says a we do not possess what we do not according to this chunk Wisdom no Man possesses his wife. Magistrate a a what is your name ? a vagrant a that shows that you Are a Green hand at the business. All your predecessors knew my Bobby was inspecting the new baby. A a i so pose its Nice enough what there is it a he said without enthusiasm a but in a sorry it ainu to a the ladies the m. E. Church Are preparing costumes for the Celebration Washington a birthday feb. 22nd, 1888. A grand Good time anticipated. Or. And mrs. T. Ferrell near new Cumberland were Happy saturday last by the arrival at their Home a 12-Pound boy. All parties Are doing Well. The Young ladies new Philadelphia gave a select Ball thanksgiving night in a very delightful manner. All present expressed themselves As having a glorious time. The president France gets a salary $200,000 per year and a seven year term. The president the United states gets $50,000 per year and a four year term. The special grand jury convened tuesday and after a two Days session presented four indictments three for burglary and larceny and one for cruelty to animals. A machine has been invented that will sew 3,000 buttons in one Day. That is overdoing usefulness the most wireless men does no to want 3,000 buttons sewed in one Day. Or. Mcglynn is not to escape punishment for disobeying the Pope after All he is to edit a daily paper in new York. Verily the Way the transgressor is adamantine. The new Philadelphia brewing company under the new management brewed a monthly average during the past summer 15,000 Gallons Beer and now have a steadily increasing Trade. The Best family weekly newspaper in the United states is the Toledo Blade Nasbye a paper. They invite every Reader this paper to Send for a free specimen copy. It is the largest and Best Dollar paper published. See advertisement elsewhere. Last Friday while a number workmen were Clearing away the debris caused by the falling in the Tunnel the c. Amp p. Ray near Mineral Point Fred. Camp Boss the gang was seriously injured about the head by Rock falling him from the roof the Tunnel. Or. Smith this City dressed his wounds. Marriage licenses for the week ending saturday nov. 26th, Are As follows Christian Eisenger and Philipena Litz Enberger Robert Smith and Clara m. Caples John w. Welch and Alice a. Shuster Rees b. Lemaster and Nettie Moreland William d. Rutledge and Ida m. Walker George w. Jacob and Amelia j. Snyder. On Friday morning last Between two and three clock when Abe Sharp got up to go to his work at the engine House the c. Amp p. Ray he discovered a sneak thief about to descend into his cellar. The fellow took to his heels . Sharp following him but he was too fast for Abe and quickly disappeared in a dark Alley where his identity was lost. Three four our Young nimrods taking advantage the Beautiful Moonlight that now obtains in the heavens went out Hunting tuesday night. Just what kind game they wore after we Are not informed but we know the result their Hunt summed up thus game 0 cold ears hands and feet extremely dry and hungry very homeward bound double Quick. Geo. F. Williams the photographer whose gallery is two squares above Champion planing Mill West front Street offers grand bargains until january 1st. A Nice Walnut Stereoscope and ten views Given away with each dozen Cabinet photographs Price per dozen $2.50. To every one sitting for a half dozen cabinets he makes a present another half dozen Price per half Doz. $1.50. Call and examine his work. Mrs. Patrick Callanhan Lockport died Friday last and was buried sunday at 4 p. Mrs. Callanhan had suffered for some time with dropsy the heart. She was a Model wife and Mother and hosts friends gathered to pay the last respects to the departed. Mrs. Jacob Wise is her Only child. The sympathy the entire Community is with the bereaved husband and daughter who Are left to cherish the memory their Dearest Friend. Personal mention. Or. Conrad Canton visited relatives Here last week. Or. Harry Ream spent saturday in new Philadelphia. Or. Jay sheets canal Dover Sun Dayed in our City. E. Laughead took in the thanksgiving dance at Dennison. Or. Bert Hirst East Liverpool Sun Dayed in our City. Or. Frank Cody spent a few Days last week in Cleveland Arthur Brown and family spent thanksgiving in Massillon. Miss Minnie Stoll Warren Ohio is visiting miss Ella Burry. Mi88 m. Frances Mclean has been visiting friends in Carrollton Walter Stewart Canton spent a few Days with de. Schweitzer. Miss Mary Ward Niles is visiting her brother James Ward this City. E. Colorado and will Brister attended the dance last week in our City. Or. Grant Mitchell Uhrichsville spent sunday at his Home in this City. Or. And mrs. O. Knisely and daughter Bell spent Sabbath in Newcomerstown. Miss Mary Andres Ragersville is attending the Normal school in this City. Messes. Will and Chas. Ward Niles o., have been visiting their brother North Broadway. A few our Young folks took in the a hard times party at Dover and report a Good time. Misses Clara Snyder and Emma Burri attended the dance at Uhrichsville thanksgiving eve. Mrs. John w. King West High Street entertained a number friends thanksgiving Day. James w. Stout one Dundee a prosperous merchants was in town monday business. Or. Morley Williams East Liverpool formerly new Philadelphia is going to school at it. Union. Mrs. Joseph Strickmaker spent last Friday at canal Dover the guest mayor Mitchell and wife. Clarence Stock Well Cleveland took his thanksgiving dinner at the Home his parents East Avenue. We regret to learn that Simon Beck sr., Lockport is lying seriously ill from an attack heart disease. Or. Edson Kennedy and sister Laura who Are attending College at Wooster Turk eyed at Home thanksgiving Day. Messes. Howard Smith will Timmons and will Benton Newcomerstown spent thanksgiving in new Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Howard White and the misses Nellie Lizzie and maizy White Cleveland visited new Philadelphia last week. Or. Joe Campbell and miss Lida Scott Cambridge spent thanksgiving with . Perce Brown and miss kit Hummel West Hight Street. Miss Marne Crisswell entertained in her usual delightful manner quite a number her friends in Honor miss Powleson Friday evening. Miss Callie Neuman daughter recorder Neuman has gone to Pennsylvania to spend the Winter with her Cousin miss Anna Weinberger. Misses Daisy Mulvane and Mary Powleson Newcomerstown have been visiting misses Jessie Buchanan and Maine Crisswell for the last few Days. $12,000 Worth dry goods at Cost. We will offer the following goods at Cost up to january 1, 1888 Black and closed Silks Black and coloured Cashmere Serges Tri Cotts ladies cloths and All fancy cloths coloured flannels in plaid and Stripe shirting and flannels in All colors Plain and willed pushes and velvets in All colors curtain damask and lace curtains passe entries and braids in All colors shawls every description kid gloves in All qualities corsets carpets and Oil cloths ladies mensa and misses underwear table linens and towels Torchan laces Black and White laces 45 Inch Black lace Flou icings and Many other goods too numerous to mention. This is a rare Chance for bargains in dress goods and trimmings every description. Williams amp Horning. Obituary. Helen an infant daughter . And mrs. H. Ackey this City wednesday morning Between 2 and 3 clock. She was taken sick with the measles which terminated fatally. The parents have the sympathy their Many friends. Funeral to Day thursday at 2 clock p. The supper at the lutheran Church thanksgiving evening was furnished in Good style and under the circumstances May be considered quite a Success. The rain no doubt kept Many away who had expected to attend but still the net receipts were $75.00, which was a very satisfactory result to the ladies in charge and they hereby express their thanks for the Liberal patronage extended them. This will end their Public entertainments until the 22nd february 1888, when they expect to give Washington a birthday dinner and Mother Washington Tea party an elaborate scale. Letter from California. Santa Cruz California nov. 13. In company with a party seven we arrived Here last thursday. Spent one Day and two nights in Denver. It is a very pretty place the country for More than one Hundred Miles along the Railroad and stretching away off to the mountains is As level As a floor. The scenery All around Denver and until we crossed the mountains was grand. We stopped at Colorado Springs a Short time that too is one the very pretty places and i should love to spend a summer there. We soon reached the Royal Gorge the grand Canon the Arkansas. Words fail me to attempt to describe its grandeur its magnificence and its wonderful Structure. No artists Brush no writers pen can convey to one who has not beheld it one tithe its awful Beauty its glorious grand magnificence and How a Railroad could be built where it is is indeed wonderful. We reached marshal pass at the top the mountains at Midnight eleven thousand feet High. After crossing the mountains we travelled most the Day through the Alkali Plains As Barren As can be and in great contrast with the scenes already mentioned. We enter the state Utah through the Rich Valley grand and Castle and beheld the varied beauties Ca tie Gate Price River and Spanish Fork canons. Crossing the Wasatch Range we found ourselves in the Fertile Utah Valley a Beautiful piece country surrounded by mountains. Arrived in Salt Lake saturday evening at 5 clock and spent the Sabbath there. The streets Are 80 and 120 feet wide lots very large�?660 feet Long. The Temple is not finished yet the outer Walls Are completed and it has already Cost $3,-500,000. It is built entirely Granite. The Walls at the base Are 12 feet thick and 6 feet thick at the top. The Corner Stone was Laid in 1853. It is 200 by 100 feet Walls 100 feet High and Middle Tower each end will be 200 feet. The Tabernacle is indeed a great curiosity. It will seat 12,000 people. The Organ is grand. Assembly Hall has Beautiful paintings adorning the Walls the different temples. As i gazed first upon one thing and another i thought you r Mother and How often you had told us about the mor Man Temple in Nauvoo the baptismal fount supported by oxen Hen out solid Stone etc., had All a greater Charm for me than most my companions and i longed to have you Here to enjoy it All Over again As you did when you were Young As i am. Arrived in Ogden several hours after dark. Took drawing room through to san Francisco. Rode one entire afternoon through Humbolt desert reached san Francisco tuesday morning at 11 clock and remained until thursday. I was quite anxious to Tarry longer but the gentlemen the party were ready to sail. I do not think i should like to live there the City is so Damp. The buildings so very High and compact that the Sun never shines the streets Long enough to dry them. And such great crowds people a perfect fair All the time and cars going in every direction crowded to their utmost capacity. Saturday we rented a House in this City Santa Cruz and will Stop for a month visiting Monterey san Jose Santa Borbora los Angeles san Diego etc., which latter place i would like to visit and spend a while with brother. The Flowers Are Beautiful. Roses grow so Large. Geraniums Are More like Young Trees and Flower so freely and so perfect and yet there has been no rain since last april. The mornings Are quite Cool Noontide very hot and by five clock it begins to grow Cool again. Bessie Donnell Welty. A group Ashantee in Paris. There Are at present in the zoological gardens at Paris Twenty genuine Ashan tees twelve males and eight females. They Are negroes the blackest Dye Well known for their ferocity courage and valor. The habitat the Ashantee is in the Western part Central Africa. They Are among the most Beautiful varieties the negro race comparable to the caucasian abyssinians. Every three weeks during the festivities ado and those Jam in september the people commit wholesale butchery human beings. After the death the late Queen Mother the King Iliad 3,000 men killed to satisfy the groaning his mothers spirit. During these but Cheries the Ashantee warriors drink the blood the victims warm As it issues from the wounds believing that will Render them Strong and Brave. There is a tradition compelling the King to maintain 3,333 concubines in his harem if he would make sure the preservation and Well being his kingdom. The Royal residence is called Counias Sie with 12,000 to 15,-000 inhabitants. The whole kingdom is estimated at from 1,000,000 to 3,000,-000 inhabitants. They were Little known until they sustained a Long War with the negro nations living near the coasts All which were conquered by the Ashantee. The greater portion their country is now under an English sews. Piles piles piles Joham most the blatant fool an anarchist was found guilty inciting to riot the 29th, and will serve a term in prison. He was tried found guilty and imprisoned twice in Austria for treason. He was imprisoned one year in Berlin for calling the emperor Germany a slaughtered and one year and six months for a speech in Berlin and again in Berlin two months for blasphemy and again in England eighteen months for applauding in the Freiheit the killing the Czar. He then came to this country and was tried and found guilty once Here Anc. Now found guilty inciting to riot. If Ever a human being ought to be Hung he ought. A desperate character. He tries to shoot a neighbor and his own sister fires several shots into the sheriffs Possie fatally wounds himself and is captured. New Orleans nov. 20. A special from St. Joseph la., to the times Democrat says yesterday morn ing an altercation occurred Between g. Blum a merchant and Charles favor a Butcher. Favor Drew a pistol and fired twice at Blum neither shot taking effect. Blum rushed out his store followed by favor who would certainly have killed Blum if he had not escaped in a crowd. Favor mounted his horse and flourishing his pistol Rode off. Stopping at a school House he called his sister Belle out and deliberately shot at her but fortunately without effect. He again galloped off but by this time the sheriff with a posse had started in Pursuit. Finding that he was about to be overtaken favor wheeled and fired into the crowd and then shot himself through the breast lie is alive but will probably die. The affair created intense excitement. Rea estate for Sale 250 acres land situated four Miles from new Philadelphia the Uhrichsville Road and 188 acres situated within two Miles said town. These farms would be sold As a whole divided to suit purchasers. 140 acres situated near the town Strasburg 90 acres with Good buildings and Orchard situated near Uhrichsville Ohio. Nearly All the land in the above tracts Are Good Plain and River Bottom lands. 68 acres Adjoint the town Pike run and 85 acres situated in Oxford township Tuscarawas county. A very desirable residence in new Philadelphia that would be sold traded for a desirable farm. Also two very desirable building lots North Broadway and other dwellings and town lots in said town. Inquire f. S. Romio attorney at Law. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. / it 38tf a done to y let that cold yours run . You think it is a Light thing. But it May run into Catarrh. Or into pneumonia. Or consumption. Catarrh is disgusting. Pneumonia is dangerous. Consumption is death itself. The breathing apparatus must be kept healthy and Clear All obstructions and offensive matter. Otherwise there is trouble ahead. All the diseases these parts head nose Throat bronchial tubes and lungs can be delightfully and entirely cured by the use Boche s German syrup. If you done to know this already thousands and thousands people can Tell you. They have been cured by it and a know How it is bottle Only 75 cents. Ask any druggist. 9yl the Ohio Centennial. The great Centennial exposition illustrative Ohio a Progress during the first Century promises to be the event this generation. Arrangements Are now going rapidly Forward at Columbus where the Ohio Centennial will be held from september 4th to october 19th, 1888. Organization is now perfected. The exposition is divided into sixteen departments each under the charge competent commissioners selected account special ability and fitness. All parts the state and All classes Are represented in these departments. The Board directors the commissioners and the officers Are leaving nothing undone to make Ohio a Centennial year and Ohio a Centennial exposition in our capital City an event its kind second Only to the great american Centennial 1876. Full particulars May he obtained by addressing a the Ohio Centennial a Columbus Brace up. Queerness things. Unaccountable inconsistencies life a sure cure found at last. No one need suffer. A sure cure for the Blind bleeding itching and ulcerated piles has been discovered by . William an Indian remedy called . Williams Indian pile ointment. A single Box has cured the worst old chronic cases Twenty and thirty years standing. No one need Sutler five minutes after applying this wonderful soothing Medicine. Lotions instruments and elect Aries do More harm than Good. Williams Indian pile ointment absorbs the tutors allays the intense itching acts As poultice gives instant and painless Relief and is prepared for piles and nothing else. Thousands cured patients attest its Virtues and physicians All schools pronounce it the greatest contribution to Medicine the age. It matters not How Long and severely you have been suffering you can be cured. Judge Coons Maysville ky., says a Cdr. Williams Indian pile ointment cured me after years judge coffin Bury Cleveland o., says a a i have found by experience that . Williams Indian pile ointment gives immediate and permanent we have hundreds such testimony gals. Do not suffer an instant longer i sold by druggists. 36yl you Are feeling depressed your appetite is poor you Are bothered with headache you Are lid Getty nervous and generally out sorts and want to Brace up. Brace up but not with stimulants Spring medicines bitters which have for their basis very cheap bad whiskey and which stimulate you for an hour and then leave you in worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood Start heavy action liver and kidneys restore your vitality and give renewed health and strength. Such a Medicine you will find in electric bitters and Only 50 cents a Little at i c Miller amp songs drug store. Their business booming. Probably no one thing has caused such a general revival Trade at f. Miller amp songs drug store As their giving away to their customers so Many free trial bottles . Kings new discovery for consumption. Their Trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs colds asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung diseases quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free Large size $1. Every bottle warranted. Falling Mercury. St. Paul nov. 27. The cold wave reached Here about Midnight last night and at 6 a. The Mercury had fallen to 10� below. The weather bulletin issued Here at Midnight to night shows the following below Zero temperatures at St. Paul 8 Huron dak., 14 Morehead minn., 10 St. Vincent minn., 22 bismark 14 it. Buford 20. In Montana the temperature is rising again the Mercury standing 16 above at Helena and 30 above at Cheyenne. Rightfully lynched. This is a sort Topsy Turvy world. No one seems to be satisfied. One Man is struggling to get Justice and another is flying from it. One Man is saving up to buy a House and another is trying to sell his House for less than what it is Worth to spend it. One Man is spending All the Money he can earn in taking his girl to the theater and sending her Flowers in the Hope that he May eventually make her his wife and his neighbor is spending All the Gold he has saved to get a divorce. Smith is drinking imported ale to put flesh while Johnson is living crackers and walking ten Miles a Day to reduce his ave Dupois. The labourer with ten children keeps out debt ten dollars a week while Many an unmarried Bank official with $100 a week can to get along without helping himself to the Bank a funds. Robinson takes Sherry to give him appetite while Brown who has a wine cellar can to touch a drop it account its apoplectic tendencies. The doctor tells Morrell that if he does no to Stop work and take a rest he will go into a decline and then tells Bunkey that if he does not abandon his sedentary habits and go off somewhere and work a farm he will die Torpi Dity the liver. One Man is ordered to eat eggs because they Are nutritious and another is ordered to leave them alone because they produce bile. One Man keeps a pistol to protect himself against burgers while another Doe Send to keep one for fear shooting some member the family by mistake. You will sometimes see a Man planting Trees about his place for the Shade and at the same time you will see another cutting Down All the Trees about his House because they produce too much moisture. One Rich Man wears poor clothes because he is Rich and can do anything while a poor Man wears Fine clothes because he is poor and wants to create the impression that he is not. One Man is killed by Accident and another tries to commit suicide and fails. One Man escapes All the diseases that Tiesh is heir to and is killed a Railroad another Man goes through half a dozen wars without a scratch and then Dies whooping cough. The prize fighter reforms and becomes a preacher while the theological student leaves his University to become a professional base Ball Pitcher. The Man who can make $20,000 a year As a general thing can to save a cent while the Man who is Thrifty and Wise is Seldom so gifted that he can earn any thing at All. We know a wealthy merchant who keeps half a dozen horses who recently stated that his store was closed account a a a Holiday a and we know a proofreader who can spell every word in the English language correctly and the Only time he experiences any horse is when he eats horse radish. Good people die and bad people live. The Man who is fat with health can to get employment and the Man who is making Money hand Over fist has to give up business account ill health. Linguists Are keeping Peanut stands and monkeys Are writing for the newspapers. In a Railroad collision the dancing master usually loses his feet and the mathematician his head. The pugilist Breaks his wrist and the opera Singer contracts Throat trouble. The Man who has a colossal Fortune is usually obliged to adopt an heir while the Man without a cent usually has a sufficient number heirs to satisfy half a dozen capitalists. One Man wont touch Bacon for fear getting trichinosis and another swears by Bacon because some people think he wrote . Common pleas court. Winter wheat. Outlook for Safe wintering not very encouraging. A boy named Frank Cutcheon aged 16 years who was caught in the act firing a barn at Oakdale cal., the 26th, was taken from the Constable after he was arrested and hanged to a tree. He confessed the act and also the firing several other buildings. That should be the Fate All Incendio diaries. Chicago november 27. The following Winter wheat summary will be printed in this weeks Issue the Outlook for the Safe wintering the Winter wheat crop is not encouraging not even As Good As its appearance aboveground at the present time would seem to indicate. This is duo to the fact that the severe drought the past season prevented in Large measure the proper preparation the ground for seeding. Blowing was As a Rule unusually late and much the seeding was done newly slowed land which had not time before seeding to become properly compacted to afford a Good hold and feeding ground for the roots. Rains were experienced sufficient in amount to cause the seed to germinate but none since sufficient to properly compact the soil. The roots Are in Loose porous soil and Are As a Rule in bad condition to withstand the trying Winter months though the above ground growth May present a fairly Good appearance. Reports the condition the crop As compared with that at this time last year received in the past two weeks from the principal Winter wheat states gives the following summary reports from Twenty three Ohio counties gives an average condition 83$ per cent. Twenty four Indiana counties gives an average condition 87$ per cent. Thirty three Illinois counties give 83 per cent. Fourteen Missouri counties average 91.7 per cent. Seventeen Kansas counties report an average condition 18 per cent. Twelve Wisconsin counties give an average condition 100 per cent. And fifteen Michigan counties report an average condition 91$ cent. A loss rather than improvement condition May be expected from this time . Previous reports have shown a decreased acreage in Winter wheat in the above named states varying from h to 12 per cent. Altogether the Outlook indicates Only a moderate Winter wheat crop for next Rex new. Toys toys toys i unlimited variety just arrived from Baltimore. Sole at whole Sale prices by Dodd amp co. 48 w4. Proceedings. Elizabeth Riggle v George Riggle Leroy Mcgregor appointed trustee defendant with leave to answer instant Ter. Henry l Savidge v j w Stoutt cog Novet judgment $222.58. Jonathan Mease v Jacob Conrad Sale confirmed distribution proceeds. John a Beeber a Row Dodd plaintiff to reply to amendment to answer i Stanter. Harvey Smith guard v Jacob Huston it Al defendant Huston to file amended answer to petition Leroy Huston and amended replies to the answers and Cross petition Frank Huston and Kate leathers Man i Stanter. Rebecca read executrix v Hiram car Naham leave extended. We a dearth v Francis r Berkshire appraisement confirmed and order Sale premises. Jennie Bailey v Bertha Meyers it Al continued defendants motion. A w Sampliner amp co v John a Hostetler continued. Zacariah Stoner v school District motion to set aside verdict overruled judgment verdict $135. John Kemp v Mary Kemp divorce granted. Andrew Deis v Edwin hard Sale confirmed and deed ordered. Henry Geib v Emma Himley Sale confirmed and deed ordered. A. Vinton Stoutt amp Vinton v George Lalim Sale confirmed and deed ordered. Elizabeth Wolf v John lamas judgment verdict. Walter Lund v Willis r Crater motion for Security for costs by december 1st sustained. Ellen j Wagner v John Wagner Conrad Zutavern party and summons allowed to Issue. Mary e Boals v Robert Meely judgment $300 and costs. Thomas Moore ramp co v Benjamin f Stewart trial to court finding for plaintiff $2,121.79. John p Bartles v Daniel w Mathias. Reviver judgment. Transfers real estate. Holiday goods at actual whole Sale prices by dood amp co. 1 As compiled in the Ollice the recorder deeds. 1 Hannah s. Thompson to Jacob Spellman part lot 420, Uhrichsville $500. W. Mcgonigal to Samuel c. Auld part lot 286, Uhrichsville $300. Millie l. Everhart to l. H. Ferguson lot 399, Uhrichsville $125. Mary Forney it Al to a. J. Collins 6j acres Sandy township $1. Earnest r. Robb to Margaret a. Robb 2 70-100 acres Goshen township $150. Andrew j. Creter to Joseph e. Louder 3 acres Oxford township $1,000. George w. Mulvane to George Gardner lot 14, Newcomerstown $800. Moody to Thomas a. Mil Lor lot 3, Dennison $200. Jacob Huston to the Dennison water Supply company strip land $2,0 j0. Henry Scheuss executor to Susanna m. Peter lots 8, 9. 10, 11, 12, 20,21,22,23, 24, Ragersville $811. John w. Darst to Gottleib Harvey lots 9 and 10, Blakes Mills $500. A. B. Everett to t. J. Evans it Al part lot 79, Uhrichsville $1,500. Beriah Wilkins to t. J. Evans lot 3, Dennison $250. John Farrar it Al to Joseph a. Ross lot 193, Dover $350. Saved his life. Or. I. I. Wilcoxson horse Cave ky., says he was for Many years badly afflicted with Phthisic also diabetes the pains were almost unendurable and would sometimes almost throw him into convulsions. Lie tried electric bitters and got Relief from the first bottle and after taking six la it titles was entirely cured and had gained in flesh eighteen pounds. Says he positively Nieves he would have died had it not been for the Relief afforded by electric bitters. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by f. Miller amp son. The Standard theatre company closed their weeks engagement saturday night last. They attracted Good houses during the week and saturday night the Hall was packed even to the Isles and All available room. They will return m a few months for a three nights engagement. The performers Are All Good and they Are generally greeted with Good houses. From the amount pamphlets which Are being sent to the press relative to that subject one might presume that the mormans expect Utah to be admitted As a state by the forthcoming Congress. They Are doomed to disappointment. Polygamy must he booted out before Utah can lie permitted to manage her own affairs. He my dear wife i love thee so fondly that when 1 am near thee i feel not the cold blast she me too. A glad to hear it. Then you done to need any Sealskin Jacque this a solid Gold Case Stem winding ladies watch Elgin movement warranted a reliable time keeper for Only $22, at Harris Bros. Dolls dolls dolls immense Stock direct from importers sold at jobbers prices by Dodd amp co. A Good Stem winding solid Silverine watch for Only $6 at Harris Brothers. Rogers amp Bros. Silver plated Tea spoons for Only $1 a set at Harris Bros. Solki Gold rim spectacles for Only $3, at Harris Bros. Buy Holiday goods at jobbers prices Dodd amp co. Holiday goods direct from importers at Dodd amp co

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