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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - December 22, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume ii. New Philadelphia o., thursday december 22, 1887. Number 52,official directory. District. Wilkins state senator. I j. C. Sauce common pleas j s. Pearce county. Ankney la re Bate w. \ Eagley prosecuting attorney.j-1 a Vilkins it Mark j. C. Figert to. A. W. Bowers Wuttur 11 -v.v.v. A Oil u w. Kinsey sure. Jolin Meyers. Neumann s. Kufer commissioners.5 Ash r. Benner Surveyor a. Hoover j oils Delong infirmary directors. F in. Krauts Bee Korns. <n�5 James i. t. I Elijah shull.�?��?�. Marshal Philip commissioner John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. 0. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. G lat f Al Warden Council justices. Names. Townships. A. Youngen. Sarnol Bixler. Lenry Philip doerfer.,. Daniel Krebs. 5 a it Milliken. T w Newburg. 1 11 Bostetter Mich Montag. S y a Neuneker. Jha Lesli fillers Philip a Garver c c Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t Minnis. J 11 Booth. I it 11 read. John s Spring. John w Rolli. David Breymeir Samuel c Kline. John Milone. F j Greene. Jno w Lytle . 0 w Knisley. J b Mulvane a <1 Timmerman. T j Murphy. Its Galbraeth. B Lankin. a Cornett. W j Haskinson l s Mckinney Wesley m Tracy Lewis 0 Zollars. T Richardson. M s Wagner. J l Baldwin. I k Robinson. J 11 Gardner. R g Galbraith. Hiram Echman. Roht Coruthers Isaac couts. James w Stoutt a Ltd he William Kinsey p 11 Kuhn. Auburn. Auburn. Bucks. Bucks. Clay. Clay. Dover. Dover. Dover. Fairfield. Fairfield. Franklin. Franklin. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. 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. Post owes. Ragersville. Ragersville. Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Gnadenhutten. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Pillad a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg. New philae a. New Philada a. New Philada a. New philae a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar Bolivar. A Uhrichsville. Uhrlahs Volle. Dennison. Newcomerstown newcomers town Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Shanesville. Uhrlahs Volle. Leesville. New Cumberland new Cumberland Tuscarawas. Tuscarawas. Albany. Paoli. I Dundee. Dundee. New Philada a. 1 Black directory. Is. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl j c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office Over Routzen Heizer a drug store. Resi Deuce two doors South c pfc p depot. 49yl ja8. A. Richards. Jos. T. . Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. J oct Oit Eda Wili Zelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Yac Tiee limited to diseases women and children. Ufi ice Public Square new Philadelphia 0. J. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and Resl a nce no. 46, South Broadway new Philadel Lia Ohio. 48yl Rancis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office re citizens National Bank new Philadel Lia Ohio. Ohn s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl ii 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. 47yl 1amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio la professional business entrusted to his care Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counts will receive prompt and careful attention lice Over citizens National Bank. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises it res ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter lapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no quire. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat faction Money refunded. Price 25 cents r Box. For Sale by . Miller so son. 6y2 Mitchells dental Mitchell d. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block a a 5�w Philadelphia 0. Over Raiffe a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered fit diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1the Gilsey House new Philadelphia i 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 remodeler refitted and refurnished thro out new $ Johnson t House. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street,Cleveland,.Ohio. Tkrms�?$1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks Thos. H. Case. 52yl l. Colder. California excursion via Bee line december 27th. Last Low rate excursion via the popular tourist route to California tuesday december 27th, via the Bee line. Free reclining chair cars to St. Louis and Kansas City. Free tourist sleepers from Kansas City to California. Wagner Palace cars and Pullman sleepers for All w to desire these luxuries. Tourist tickets Are Good returning for six months even longer if desired with Choice routes both going and returning. Parties having in View a trip to any Point in the West Are most cordially invited to join with this party. For full particulars Call ticket agents the c. C. C. A i., i. A St. L., d. A u. . Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday december 15, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 i the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance �?.$1 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Of address All matter intended for publication. To Tux times. Minnesota Dakota and Wisconsin have been visited w Ith a Snow fall to the depth one foot. The president has forwarded to the House a renewal his recommendation for the payment by the government the sums lost by depositors in the Freedman a Bank. Delegate Caine and a committee from the Utah legislature have presented to speaker Carlisle and president pro tempore Ingalls a copy the proposed state Constitution. Chicago breweries Are boycotting Iowa and Kansas Barley. They instruct their agents not to Purchase any grown in those states shipped from any town within those states. The Brewers say if those states wont buy Beer they wont buy their Barley. Secretary Lamar has ordered that the indemnity lands taken by the Alabama Rome amp Dalton Alabama amp Florida Florida Atlantic a South and North Gulf Central Pensacola a Georgia Florida a Alabama railroads be restored to the Public Domain. The four anarchists who were hanged november 11th, spies Parsons Fisher Engel and Ling who killed himself while in his cell were taken from the fault the 18th, and buried Side by Side in an underground vault prepared for them. About 1200 people witnessed the ceremonies. The caskets were opened so that the remains could be viewed. The bodies had not changed in appearance since their burial the embalming being perfect. Our Gas prospectors Are somewhat elated Over the find Oil in the Goshen Well. Yesterday at the depth about 900 feet a Quantity Oil was struck which seems to be the genuine stuff. Drilling was suspended and preparations Are being made to shoot the Reli. People Are quite anxious to know the result. Who knows but what new Philadelphia is the eve a great Boom. A few Days More will Settle the matter. It will require a few Days to get ready to shoot the Well. James Robinson who has been trial at Ravenna for twelve Days was found guilty murder in the first degree sunday the 18th. The jury men were deliberating 24 hours and it was sunday when they agreed a verdict. When the verdict was read Robinson turned Pale but uttered not a word. His two Sisters went almost wild with grief moving Many the audience to tears but the tears his friends will not atone for the grief the widow and children detective Hulligan. Blinkey Morgan Coughlin and Robinson will make a Trio for the Gallows. Buy Holiday goods at jobbers prices Dodd a co. A very Good reason Why the democratic party should be retained in Power May be gleaned from the following extract from the report Secretary Lamar for the year ending june 30th. A the following amounts lands have been restored to the Public Domain since March 4, 1885 acres. Area within Railroad limits. 8,958,177.33 area within Railroad indemnity limits. 21,323,600.00 private land claims. 576,000.00 fraudulent entries cancelled. 400,000.00 invalid swamp and other state selections cancelled. 506,704.46 total restored to the Public domain31,824,481.79 this land at $1.25 per acre the government Price for entering land makes a saving to the government $29,780,-602.23. These Grants were made to a a Moonshine Railroad companies by a Republican administration without the government realizing anything by Way improvement otherwise. This will stand As a lasting credit to the democratic party. Secretary Lamar a report shows the following condition the indians within the Borders the United states a a the statistics compiled from the annual reports the various United stats Indian agents to the commissioner Indian affairs represents that the remaining 173,000 indians under their supervision about 58,000 Wear citizens clothes wholly that 16,477 houses Are occupied by them that about 25,000 can speak English with sufficient intelligence for Ordinary conversation that More than 10,500 their children Are in schools receiving educational and Industrial training for whom 237 schools Are in operation and that Over 31,000 families Are engaged in Industrial pursuits. A they have cultivated Over 238,000 acres built Over 295,000 rods fencing produced Over 750,000 bushels wheat 950.000 bushels Corn 402,000 bushels Oats 64,000 bushels Barley and Rye 514.000 bushels vegetables and 83,000 pounds butter. Besides the above they have gathered for use and Sale considerable quantities wild Rice berries herbs furs fish Snake Root Etc. They have sawed 1,552,079 feet lumber Cut 74,000 cords Wood and 120,-000 tons Hay. They own Over 392,000 horses 3,000 mules 113,000 cattle 46,000 Swine and 1,120,000 sheep. Droutas have seriously affected the yield their crops the past the act for the allotment land in severally is warmly commended by the happenings. Guess we be struck Oil. Diphtheria is in our midst. We Hope soon to have Snow. A cold wave has struck us again. Our merchants Are All ready for Xmas. Scarlet fever is reported in our City. Next saturday evening the Little ones can hang up their stockings. Next sunday will be Christmas and we wish you All a merry one. Cadiz people will Drill the third Gas Well before abandoning the work. A kiss the forehead Means reverence hut there is no fun in it Worth mentioning. If you want a Fine livery Rig you will find it at Chas. J. Moreyn a who keeps hi8�?ottyer8�?� in the Gilsey barn. There is no better place to procure a Christmas present either for Beauty Utility than at a. Gintz a cons. Call and see the beauties they have in store for you. The Many presents bought by the scholars our school intended for their teachers As Christmas offerings bespeak the warm affection and gratitude the scholars for their instructors and a love that we tru6t will he As endearing As their lives. Christmas being the anniversary the greatest event since the creation and one celebrated by the whole world we rejoice not Only because that event but because it is the anniversary the new Philadelphia times it being two years old. The times therefore wishes one and All its patrons a Happy Christmas. We rejoice in the fact that it has the largest circulation any paper published at the county seat and is still having a healthy growth. We Are thankful to our Many patrons for past favors and will appreciate a continuance the same. The Only thing we Lack to make us enjoy the holidays now is to have the several Hundred dollars due us subscription. Friends please done to blast our anticipated enjoyment hut come and see us this week. Or. Samuel Clum Clay township called at the times office saturday last his Way Home from Canton where he had been As the Delegate from Tuscarawas county to the state Grange. Or. Clum says they had a grand reception at the hands the Canton people who did everything in their Power to make them Welcome. A Welcome address was delivered by the mayor the City and by major Mckinley who came Home from Congress to address the Grange. The reply by . Ellis an executive officer the Grange and j. H. Brigham Delta o., master the state Grange were Able efforts. After the speech making was concluded the Freedom the City was extended and All the members the Grange were taken through the shops and Man Toring establishments. Left is Schaffer a prominent citizen and owner the opera House addressed the visitors and gave them the use the opera House free cancelling the engagements troops two nights in order to accommodate them. The citizens had decorated the stage in a Way emblematic the order which was considered the finest the Grange had Ever seen. Or. Clum says the reception was far beyond their expectation. One feature the order is to say nothing politics except As it becomes a matter interest to the Grange some important measure. A reporter got around some the members to find out their political views and preferences and before the boys took the hint were caught expressing their views and found them reported in the papers. We Are glad to note the fact that . Clum the representative from Tuscarawas is solid for Cleveland. Or. Frank Miskimen informs us that during the past week he has closed up contracts for eighteen rights Way for the z., n. A c. Railroad in the neighbourhood Oldtown. Several rights Way have also been secured South town recently among them that . Adam Fuller. Everything favourable to the building this Road is being done both North and South us. Is it not about time that the people Newcomerstown were becoming alive to the importance doing something More than they have done toward securing the Early completion the z., n. A c. A Index. Is it not about time that new philadelphian and Beaver dam folks get in Earnest and finish up the sum agreed upon to secure the Road for new Philadelphia. We Are informed by . Miskimen that he has orders to close contracts for right Way to the canal South Beyers Mill. A new route from there is being considered and a proposition $20,000 from canal Dover to come by that town from there to the town Zoar and from Zoar to Sandyville and intersect the Valley Road there. This is said to he a feasible route and Shorter than the line by Way Beaver dam. The route from the canal opposite Beyers Mill will be up the berm Bank the canal to Dover. Lockport would get a station and new Philadelphia left out in the cold. A great Many Are flattered with the opinion that the Road will come this Way without help but in this there is danger being left. Again Many think that thi9 right Way is being secured free and in that they Aro mistaken. Or. Miskimen is making contracts for right Way but the damages from the Tunnel old town to the Tunnel Beaver dam will reach $18,000. The company agreed to accept $10,000 from the people and Bear $8,000 themselves but we have not done what we agreed to do. The company will save one River Bridge by taking the other route and shorten the distance beside getting $20,000 from canal Dover. New philadelphian May have reason to regret their negligence in this mention. Quot will Jaberg is lying ill with depth Eria. Or. And mrs. John Arnold Zanesville Are expected Home to spend the miss Maggie Swihart spent last week at Trenton the guest her Friend miss Carrie Ilert. Or. Lin. Taylor arrived Here from Kansas City thursday last to remain during the holidays. Mrs. Mary Guthrie and daughter mrs. Rosa Wagner Uhrichsville spent Friday last at the residence m. M. Guthrie this City. The misses Mary and Emma win Spear and . And mrs. Chas. Axx spent the Sabbath at the residence . Hosea Fisher near canal Dover. Or. Warburton new Concord o., was in town a few Days ago. We understand the doctor has established a Good practice in his new location. The doctor has Many friends Here. Mrs. Mary Reitz Nee Shriver from As pin Colorado is expected Home daily after an absence three Long years. Mrs. Reitz was one our fortunate new Philadelphia girls whose husband has prospered gloriously in the Silver mining business Aspin Colorado. We extend congratulations and wish her Many returns this joyous Christmas reunion. We clip the following from the new Era published at Dadeville Alabama which Speaks Well for one Tuscarawas county a boys and shows that the services a Northern lad is appreciated even in the South a the Dadeville High school is still gaining ground. The probabilities Are Good for 175 pupils after christinas. Professor Vogely is the right Man in the right Holiday goods direct from importers at Dodd a co. Solid Gold rim spectacles for Only $3, at Harris Bros. Holiday goods at actual whole Sale prices by dood a co. Holiday goods at Dodd a cons store by the Wagon loads. Go and see them. For a Good lunch dish oysters go to Charles Angelus South Broadway near Gilsey House. A solid Gold Case Stem winding ladies watch Elgin movement warranted a reliable time keeper for Only $22, at Harris Bros. It is known that our Young ladies Are already planning for numerous leap year entertainments and it will be Well for the Young men to keep in Good favor. The new Philadelphia Concord agave their popular annual concert at Chapins Hall Friday night last. There was a Large attendance and was pronounced a grand and successful musical entertainment. The inundation from the yellow River in Northern China submerged 7,000 Square Miles land and blotted out eight ten populous cities. The loss life and property is incalculable. Thousands who escaped Are suffering hunger and Many thousands Are homeless. John Brien the Young Man who was sentenced to one year in the Ohio Penitentiary for cutting with intent to wound was taken to Columbus monday this week by sheriff Bowers making three representatives to the a a pen a from Tuscarawas county for this term court. We take pleasure in recommending the a new Johnson House a an excellent hotel Superior Street Cleveland adjoining the Weddel House. Or. H. B. West the proprietor has had a Large hotel experience in Cleveland at put in Bay and other places. Anyone who stops with him once will he sure to go Back again. See his advertisement in another column and when you go to Cleveland Call and see him. Little Bobby was disinclined to go to bed during a Thunder storm but his Mother told him that god would take care him everywhere. A Well a said he a a i think if god is going to look after us head rather have us altogether and not have to go Hunting around for his Mother finally convinced him that god would not miss him up stairs and he trudged up to bed. Finally after a big clap Thunder he called out a a a you come up Here and stay with god and let me come Down every grower fruits vegetables Flowers should subscribe for a paper devoted to horticulture. Orchard and Garden is an illustrated monthly written edited and published by practical horticulturists and is the american authority All matters pertaining to the ennobling Art every number Worth the Price for a year. Among the especially noteworthy attractions announced for 1888, Are series a a insects the Orchard and Garden a by Mary treat a a fungi injurious to fruits a by prof. T. Burrell a diseases the grape a by prof. J. Lawson Scribner a Flower culture Japan a by mrs. Georgson Etc. A s Fuller e Williams Peter b Mead e a Riehl j e read t f Baker and Ahby Speakman Are the associate editors. One department is devoted to nut bearing Trees. As one the Many Means obtaining accurate information extensive experimental grounds Are managed exclusively in the interest its readers. The journal consists Twenty pages Chuck full each month original condensed and entertaining matter elegantly printed the paper at Only fifty cents a year three months trial for ten cents. For further particulars for a Sample copy address Orchard and Garden Little Sil ver n. yellow infamy. Conviction Wong a Hung trafficking in chinese women. San Francisco dec. 14. Wong a Hung who is said to be a wealthy chinese merchant was convicted in the United states District court to Day the charge importing two chinese women for immoral purposes. A number similar cases have been brought to the attention the Federal courts recently and the custom officials Are now making further investigations. Twenty seven chinese women who arrived Here a week ago Are now detained a Steamer As circumstances had led the officials to believe they were purchased in Hong Kong by chinese in this City and brought Here for immoral purposes. From records seized from among the baggage the women and from the testimony in court it was disclosed that there was a regular traffic in Young women. On to Wheeling the w. Amp l. E. To reach the Ohio by december 1888. Agent Edgar the Wheeling amp Lake Erie Railroad has definite information that ail obstacles in the Way completing the Road from a Overston to Wheeling have been removed and the work will be pushed at once. This time next year regular trains will be going to Wheeling. The City Wheeling is acting very liberally and . Sidney Dillon is largely interested in the Enterprise. He with the officials and other new yorkers went All Over the line last week and was Well pleased with the Independent. Keeping apples in bran. People who have tried say that apples packed in bran in barrels will keep in excellent condition All Winter. Put a layer bran in the Bottom barrel a layer apples Stem upward upon the bran another layer bran upon the apples and so until the barrel is full. Head up and store in some outbuilding until there is danger from severe freezing then either remove to the cellar to the Hay mow covering with Hay to protect from Frost. Bruised fruit should be carefully sorted out before the fruit is Orchard and Garden. Mathews Elliott amp co. Notice. All persons indebted to the late firm Mathews Elliott a co., subscription to the Ohio Democrat to sept. 15th, 1887, for advertising Job work Are hereby notified that John a. Himes at his office Over Jacob Millers store North Broadway is our Only agent in new Philadelphia to receive and receipt for claims due us. Those indebted to us up to said 15th sept., 1887, Are requested to Call at the office John a. Himes and Settle the same. Mathews Elliott amp Hoover the late firm Mathews Elliott a co. Gas at Wichita. Wichita Kansas december 14. Early yesterday morning a Strong flow Gas was struck about nine Miles East the City by the Wichita mining a investment company. The stratum is 300 feet below the surface and fifteen feet thick giving a pressure from thirty to fifty pounds per Square Inch through a ten Inch main. Married. the residence . George Erwin in Shanesville o., sunday evening december 18th, 1887, by Rev. J. M. Dustman . Edward b. Baker Shanesville and miss Emma Garver Ragersville Rejected Lover s revenge obituary. his late residence in Wooster o., november 8th, 1887, . John Mccormack aged 80 years and 25 Days. Or. Mccormack was born near Uniontown pa., october 13th, 1807, and came to Shanesville Tuscarawas county o., with his parents when 16 years age. Here he grew up to Ripe manhood and assumed the Active and stirring responsibilities a business life. He opened a dry goods and grocery store in the building now occupied by p. Goeler As a clothing store. His business Enterprise proved eminently successful and for Nineteen years he dealt honestly and uprightly with the people till they came to regard him As a a fixture a in the business circles the place. By strict application to business and close Economy he amassed a respectable Fortune and removed from Shanesville to it. Eaton o., and in Quick succession to Fredericksburg and then to Wooster at which place he has resided since 1855, being engaged till 1874 in the dry goods and produce business. Since 1874 he has not been engaged in any commercial Pursuit. Or. Mccormick was married three times and leaves a wife and seven children. The funeral service proper was held in Wooster thursday afternoon nov. 10th, after which the body which had previously been embalmed was deposited in a vault in Oak Hill cemetery where it reposed till saturday december 10th, when it was removed to Shanesville for permanent burial the family lot. The funeral took place sunday morning dec. 11th, from the m. E. Church in this place and was largely attended by sympathetic citizens though but few there were who could Span the years and recognize the deceased As an old associate. He was one a past generation. Or. Mccormack was a quiet unassuming citizen. Wherever he lived he enjoyed the respect and Confidence All who came to know him and went to his grave in a Ripe old ago with the Goodwill and blessings Mankind As a thornless Pillow upon which to rest his head. Or. Archibald Hawkins an Industry ou8 and respectable citizen Pike run died Friday night last and was buried sunday in the new Philadelphia Ceme Rary. He leaves a Wile and five child Ren. Or. Hawkins was a member the masonic order and also the k. In mortified rage he murders his girl and then gives himself up. Findlay o., december 16. This morning about 9 clock a horrible murder was committed at Kenton South Here in which a Lovely Young lady was murdered and her Mother seriously injured. The murderers name is Thomas. The name the murdered girl is Briggs. The circumstances leading to the murder Are As follows Thomas insisted being the girls Lover and has followed her up for some months past forcing his attentions upon her. She As steadily refused him. This morning he called upon her again and pressed his suit and again was refused. This angered him beyond control and drawing a Dagger he plunged it into her heart. The girl gave a scream and Sank to the floor dead. The Mother seeing the deed sprang to the Rescue but was met by the murderer who made a lunge at her with the Dagger inflicting a serious wound in the Arm. He then fled from the House and sought to escape but it would appear changed his mind and reached prison by Aback Way and had himself locked up. Meanwhile the news the murder had spread and forces were organizing to Hunt him Down. It is probable that if he had been caught after a Hunt he would have been lynched. What am i to do ? the symptoms bilious Ness Are unhappily but too Well known. They differ in different individuals to some extent. A bilious Man is Seldom a breakfast eater. Too frequently alas he has an excellent appetite for liquids but none for solids a morning. His Tongue will hardly Bear inspection at any time if it is not White and furred it is rough at All events. The digestive system is wholly out order and diarrhoea constipation May be a symptom the two May alternate. There Are often haemorrhoids even loss blood. There May be giddiness and often headache and acidity flatulence and tenderness in the pit the stomach. To Correct All this if not effect a cure try Green s August Flower i costs but a trifle and thousands attest its Efficacy. 9yl done to Experiment you cannot afford to waste time in experimenting when your lungs Are in danger. Consumption always seems at first Only a cold. I not permit any dealer to impose upon you with some cheap imitation . Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds but be sure you get the genuine. Because he can make More profit he May Tell you he has something just As Good just the same. Done to be deceived but insist upon getting . Kings new discovery which is guaranteed to give Relief in All Throat lung and Chest affections. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller a songs drug store. Splendid bargains for the holidays. Rarely such an Opportunity offers to buy goods value and service. The following line goods will be closed out at new York Cost Blackland coloured Silks Radamas in All colors watered and Surrah Silks in All colors Black and coloured velvets austrian Broadcloth at $1.25 per Yard Tri Cotts ladies cloths underwear corsets carpets cloaks blankets and flannels All descriptions and Many other articles too numerous to mention. Will receive about the 16th, Seal Plush Coats approval and at Cost. 51w2 Williams a Horning. The Cleveland Lorain a Wheeling Railroad company will sell excursion tickets during the Christmas holidays to Cleveland and Between All stations its Road excepting Between stations Bellaire a Martins ferry Branch at one single trip fare for the round trip. No ticket sold for less than ten cents. Local tickets will be Good going december 24, 26 and 31,1887, and Good to return december 26, 1887, to january 2d, 1888, inclusive. Cleveland tickets Good for return december 24, 1887, to january 3d, 18s8, inclusive. 51 w3 wives mothers daughters be your own physician a lady who for years suffered from distressing female complaints weaknesses Etc., so common to her sex and had despaired a cure finally found remedies which completely cured her. Any sufferer can use them and thus cure herself without the Aid a physician. Two recipes treatise and u 11 directions free sealed. Address mrs. W. H. Holmes 658 Broadway,. Name this paper 34yl for Christmas. We offer the Best line christinas gifts Ever shown. Silk has Dkl is muffs and umbrellas. Underwear in All grades and prices. Ties in All shapes and colors. Trunks and Varices a nothing better. Overcoats All sizes and prices. New styles hats and Seal Caps and Many other useful articles. Come and see we Are now tittering great bargains. 51w3 w c. Sutton a co. For the Holiday Trade. 2,000 silk Linen and Cambric handkerchiefs As Fine a line As was Ever offered in the state especially the real Pongee Bandana from the Pacific coast. French bandanas at one half the Price Pongee. Pongee silk my fliers French and american silk my fliers Cashmere mufflers in All colors and qualities. Ladies Fine Linen in All styles and qualities. 51 w2 Williams amp Horning. Tis True a tis True the Best bargains in Holiday goods Are at murder. The finest hanging lamps in town for the Money at Lotzen Heiser a. Lotzen heifers Down them All in prices and Quality with their new Stock albums toilet sets books toys and general Stock fancy goods. Call and see. Michael my Ginnis murdered in cold blood by a tramp who raised a Row in the Saloon the murdered Many a son. Another murder has been added to Steubenville a Long list capital crimes. Saturday evening at about seven clock Michael Mcginnis aged about 68 years was knocked Down and killed with a coupling pin in the hands a tramp within a Hundred feet his residence. His Skull was crushed his eyes badly bruised and his nose broken by a fall upon the c. A p. Railroad track. Michael Mcginnis a son the dead Man keeps Aso Loon just below the Jefferson Coal Shaft no. 1, the building being situated Between the c. A p. And Panhandle tracks. All Day saturday the sixth Ward in the Vicinity the Saloon was crowded with tramps some them begging and others peddling silk handkerchiefs. The Money obtained was spent at the Saloon for Beer which was bought by the bucket full and drunk under the Shaft Tressel. They were a Tough lot giving evidence in their faces that to commit crime would be no hardship for them. When officer Mcpherson returned to the mayors office after supper he informed the mayor the crowd tramps stating that they were a Rushing the growler and it was Likely their drinking would result in trouble. He said further that they ought to be arrested before any damage was done and asked the mayor to give him assistance. The mayor detailed marshal Scott officers Thompson and Kelly to go Down with Mcpherson and arrest the tramps. They went Down immediately and found two the tramps in the Saloon and another in the Back Yard. They were about to arrest them when Mcginnis jr., interfered saying the men were doing no harm and that he would vouch for their Good behaviour. This seemed to be satisfactory to the officers and ail but Mcperson started up the Railroad track. Mcpherson stopped in the Vicinity the Coal Shaft which was his regular beat. He had been there but a few minutes when he heard a Row in the Saloon. He whistled for the officer and returned to the Saloon where the tramps had occasioned trouble by asking for Beer when they had no Money to for it. The Beer was refused and they undertook to clean out the place. However Mcginnis with the assistance other parties in the Saloon succeeded in getting them out but not before one the tramps was knocked Down. The tramps then went to the c. Amp p. Railroad track. The old gentleman who lives just below the Saloon in the lower Side a double House hearing the disturbance in the Saloon started up to learn what was the trouble. He was met by the tramps the track almost opposite his House. Without the least provocation the men not knowing his connection with the Saloon keeper who had fired them one the tramps struck him a blow Over the right Eye with a coupling pin which he had taken from a Stock car a Side track. He fell with his Skull crushed to the depth half the pin. He fell upon the track the left Side his head being crushed by the fall. Just then the officers for whom Mcpherson had whistled came up. They saw Mcginnis fall and two men run Down the track and Over the River Bank. Kelly and Mcpherson ran after them Kelly arresting one and Mcpherson the other. The one Mcpherson captured had something in his hand and was induced to drop it Only when a revolver was pointed at him. Mcpherson returned to the place afterwards and found the pin. One the other officers arrested a third tramp together with a Man named Charles Berry who is held As a witness. The names Given Are Frank Anderson John Lino and John Clark Clark being the one who had the coupling pin. They Are a Tough crowd the evil minds being reflected m their bad countenances. They will be Given a hearing this afternoon. The coroners inquest will Likely be held to Morrow. After arrested and placed in a cell with a boy one them lighted a match and placed it under the boys nose. Mcginnis did not die immediately but lived about ten minutes and was conscious a portion the time. On being asked who struck him replied that the blow had been struck by the tramps. He was carried to his residence after he had expired but As yet no time has been set for the funeral. The murdered Man leaves a wife and nine children six sons and three daughters. Later. A Good Stem winding solid Silverine Wotli for Rolv sir at Harris turn thurs. The coroners inquest is in Progress this afternoon but no evidence not already published has been elicited but is sufficient to warrant the Coroner in the belief that he will advise the holding the two men Frank Anderson and John Clark the charge committing the crime. A preliminary hearing is also in Progress before the mayor this afternoon and from the evidence adduced it is Safe to anticipate that the mayor will Send them to jail to await the action the grand jury. There is no evidence to show that Mcginnis spoke after he was struck in so far As to say that he was struck by the tramps. The two men were seen running from the prostrate form Mcginnis and were immediately followed up. Anderson was the one who had the instrument in his hand when officer Mcpherson forced him to Lay it Down at the Point his revolver. As soon As he was placed in the lock up Mcpherson returned to the place with the other officers and they found the pin in the exact place where the officers said it had been dropped by Anderson at the time his arrest. Or. Laughtin says that Mcginnis was also struck by a Brick and the missile was found by the police. The evidence also shows that the tramps were somewhat intoxicated. Anderson was sent to jail in default $10,000 Bond and John Clark in default $5,000 Bond was also lodged in pleas court. Proceedings. Eli e Travis v Frederick Gribble mis Joinder action plaintiff to Amend. Mary e Dutton v John b Dutton divorce granted. Edwards Townsend a co v Mary Vorher default judgment $418.30. Michael Geyer v the Cleveland Lorain a Wheeling Railroad plaintiff to file reply Jan 10. Adam Vorher v Caroline Voyt plaintiff to withdraw motion and defendant to answer. Robert m Mizer v Catharine Mizer assignment Dower and confirmation Sale remainder real estate. Ohio v Louis Saunders and Ohio v same another recognizance filed for appearance at february term. William h Woodford v Geo w Bowman defendant to answer Jan 15. Thomas d Toland v Geo Beamer defendant to demure i Stanter. Adam Glazer v Luther j Murphy defendant to answer december 15. Ohio v John Brien indictment for stabbing and cutting tried to jury verdict guilty second count sent to Penitentiary for one year. Lizzie Cunningham v s k Cunningham divorce granted. William Carnahan v Maria Carnahan confirmation appraisement Sale ordered. Valentine Andres v Joseph Andres b d Downey appointed receiver. Andrew j Creter v Levi d Williams Sale confirmed and deed ordered. Cases settled. Connelly a co v the new Philadelphia Gas co. Emil Joseph v Stout a Davy. Cases continued. Holiday rates the Bee line. Excursion tickets will be sold to and from All stations the Cleveland Columbus Cincinnati a Indianapolis Ray at one fare for the round trip. Tickets Sale dec. 24, 25, 26 and 31, and Jan. 1st and 2d, and Good to return till Jan. 3d, inclusive. Call agents for full particulars. 51w3 Martha Mcbride v r a Shields. Adam maugham an v Isaac Maugha Man. Daniel maugham an v Isaac maugham an. Lucinda maugham an v Isaac Maug Ainan. Jennie Glass v p s Linstead. John Booth v Black band defendant to file amended answer january 15. Receiver Corn City Mutual v j ii Stoutt plaintiff to reply i Stanter. Christian stauffer v m t Kohr motion for new trial sustained. John Edie v Mary a Edie trial to court finding for defendants petition dismissed. J c Allman a co v Alex Barthalomew motion for Security for costs sustained demurrer defendant to petition overruled. John n Miller v Hudson e Willard plaintiff to re form petition judgment verdict $378.14. City Bank new Philadelphia v Fred a r Bigler motion for new trial overruled defendants go hence without Day. Anola s Travis v Jacob Knoblock judgment for plaintiff $609.36 judgment for defendant Knoblock $995.-19 finding Susan Stansberger a charge realty finding George Stansberger a charge realty finding Adam Stansberger a claim passed other legatees brought into court for their claim under will Sale ordered proceeds to be brought into court to abide its order. Wible we Entz a co v Peter c Weber referees report confirmed finding report for $206.52 report referee confirmed Appeal to circuit court. Win r Shields v George h Hildt partition real estate ordered. We Wingate v Zebulon p Sparks plaintiff remits $700 verdict motion for new trial judgment balance verdict $1,454.78. Eva Neuman v the Connecticut life ins co plaintiff to Afkend petition. Harvey Smith v Jacob Huston plaintiff to plead Kate Leatherman and Frank Huston to plead january 15th. Samuel l Douglass v Sarah e Douglass $2,500 further Alimony defendant to answer january 1st. Belinda c Craig v Joseph k Conwell demurrer to petition overruled defendant to answer january 10th. Shederick Cope v p Sparks defendant to Supply lost answer. Peter w Heck v Susan Heck a l Neely appointed guardian and item assignment Dower and partition real estate ordered. Criswell a nagely v Elias Wallick plaintiff to plead to trustees answer january 10th. Mary c Eckfield v Margaret Schwab defendants motion to plaintiffs petition overruled defendant to plead Jan 10. William Wilhman v Ezra Albaugh plaintiff to Amend reply dec 21st. Joseph ii Hostettler v Philip Knappenberger defendant deism demurrer to answer Mary Knappenberger to his Cross petition and demurrer plaintiff to answer Mary Knappenberger to his petition sustained. Rebecca read executrix v Hiram car Anharn plaintiff to file petition i Stanter. Charles Scriber v John nagely demurrer plaintiff to fourth defense. Zeb p Sparks v Shederick Cope defendants motion to plaintiffs petition overruled. Kline Marks a co v Adolf Addler defendant to answer january 10th. Koch a Goodhartz v Adolf Addler defendant to answer january 10th. Cyntha m Huston v Jacob Huston continued former recognizance. George m Spence v Hafenbrak a la bold demurrer defendant to plaintiffs petition. Oscar a Ringo v Joseph k co Veele plaintiff to reply by january 10. We ii Criswell v Isaac Penrod defendant Penrod a answer sustained. Edward s Collier v Charles w Judy default judgment $314.22. Ohio v Dorathy Bunch ordered to give recognizance for $100 for appearance at next term court. Albert g Meese v John Markley defendant to file amended answer Jan 1. Cleavland Lorain a Wheeling Railroad v Andrew Deis defendants time to answer extended to Jan 10. Geo Linder v Nelson sprowls plaintiffs time to reply extended to Jan 10. Joseph r Conwell v Oscar a Crego defendants motion to require Petitioner to Reform petition sustained plaintiff to file amended petition. Thomas d Toland v George Beamer continued. Ridgeway Burton v Charles Buehl defendant Buehl to withdraw motion and to file demurrer Jan 15. Real estate Agency a a same a Moore new Philadelphia Ohio. Property All kinds for Sale Exchange All properties left in our hands will be advertised free charge. Commission charged Only when Sale Exchange is made and at reasonable rates. Inquiries by mail promptly answered. Call at the times office Over citizens National Bank. No. 2. Dwelling House. A Fine two Story Frame House containing seven Large rooms conveniently arranged finished in Good style and papered throughout. Bay Extension in front the House affording a Fine View the Street also a portico in front Good chimneys built from the ground up grates in four rooms and stove flues for three rooms Good cellar closets and Large Cistern Wood and Coal House and other out buildings. Splendid variety fruit Trees just beginning to Bear such As pears plums peaches and apples 5,500 bearing strawberries excellent Quality 500 bearing raspberries. Also plenty currents gooseberries and grapes. Two lots one 66x264, and the other 54x264�?both fronting the Street. This property is situated a Good Street in new Philadelphia Ohio. The proceeds the berries alone will a Good per cent the investment. Price very reasonable and easy payments. Call at the items office. Of no. 15. One lot and two houses. A Good two Story Frame dwelling seven rooms lot 66x264, with another Good one Story Frame House four rooms same lot and both houses in Good repair. Good fruit Good Well and Cistern premises and also Good outbuildings. Situated in new Philadelphia West High Street and is a Corner lot. Will sell very cheap will Trade for a Small tract land. A bargain in it. Call at the times office. I have for Sale a Fine Rich level productive farm 2,250 acres. First Ami second Bottom land about one Hall cleared and in cultivation balance Good Timber three mites from the City \ Vincennes Indiana Railroad station one Corner and three four tenant houses the farm. Gravel Road to the City. Will raise 25 to 35 bushels wheat and 50 to 80 bushels Corn to the acre. Good for All grasses Small Grain. Price $25 per acre. Also several Small farms in same Vicinity at ver reasonable prices. For further information Call at the times office. Of a Good two Story Frame Shingle Roc dwelling eight rooms for Sale situate West High Street about two and one half squares from Public Square lot 3 x264 feet Good stable and outbuildings fruit Trees and grapes lot Cistern tha holds 300 Barrells and Good cellar unde the House and House in first class condition. Price $1,850. Terms�?$350 Down and $100 per year at 6 per cent interest until All is paid which would take 1 years. This is the Best Chance Ever offered in new Philadelphia for a Nic Home. If you want this bargain Yoi must come soon. Call s. Moore a his Law office for he is agent for land for Sale Trade the following is a list lands Foi Sale Trade which Are ail Good wit improvements just As stated. No mis representations and Are in a Good Community and some them close to rail roads no. 1. 146� acre farm 1. Miles North the Miller depot and two thirds a Milt from the corporation limits 50 acres under cultivation about 2<> acres splendid wild Hay land and Roma inn is Good plow land. A Creek runs thro the Southeast Corner the farm jus cutting Oil enough for a Nice Garden House and barn. House has 6 rooms a Down stairs and 2 up. Stable room Foi 6 horses Cave outside. Mortgaged it it i $1,000, 4 years to run. Good Dairy farm. Price $4,000. Terms Loo it Down and remainder in 1, 2, 3, 1 and a Quot years. No. 2. 160 acre farm 1 Miles Southeast Miller 45 acres under cultivation Small House and barn. Creek running thro1 the farm. Plenty wild Grassland and is a splendid farm fur both Stock and Grain. Free from encumbrance. Price $2,500 Cash. No. 3. 160 acre farm 17 Miles South Miller �?100 acres under Good cultivation. A Good Grain farm. House 14x22, with a basement 14x20. Granery 10x12 Sod barn 30x40. Splendid Well water and Good Spring. $880 at 8 per cent. Price $3,000. For Sale Trade. No. 4. 160 acre farm 10 12 Miles North miller�?80 acres under cultivation remainder Good and can be cultivated. Small House barn Granery Good Well water. This is a splendid Grain farm mortgaged for $920. Price $2,000. For Sale Trade. No. 5. 250 acres 3 Miles from Railroad station in the Northeast Corner county. 118 acres under a High state cultivation. About 50 co acres Good grass land Creek running the whole length the farm. The remainder is Good Grain land. A Good Little House and a splendid Sod barn which is better than Frame when built As this one is mortgaged for $1,300 Price $4,000 is a splendid farm for both Stock and Grain. For Sale Trade. No. 6. 320 acre farm 10 12 Miles from Railroad station 80 acres under cultivation a splendid Grain farm and can All be cultivated except 15 20 acres and that is splendid pasture land mortgaged

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