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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - June 21, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Kakky thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Htay is posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Spack. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y r. One Inch. $ 1 00 s 2 <10 $ 3 00 # it 00 three inches. 2 00 5 x 7 50 1ft 00 six inches. 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 halt column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 x 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices. Five cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday june 21, 1888. Number 26. Official directory. Congress. State senator District. Berlah Wilkins. Geo. W. Crites. J. C. Glance common pleas . Peace county. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley James m. Patrick j. C. Donahey representative. Private judge. Prosecuting attorney i w. Bowers. Air a tip who a auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors Jowui w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. J. Neumann s. Luller w. E. Lash ill. Renner 0.11. Hoover Ozias Delong a. A. Porter t l. mayor City. Daniel Korns. Briark a Vilh shufi�rr0w.t.quot quo marshal Philip Uetzman a a Al Street commissioner John s. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. D. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. Glatfelter. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday june 21, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Council game Warden. Names. A. Youngen. Same a Bixler. Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S Milliken. J w Newburg. Jos l a Hostetier Nich Montag. S t a Rennaker. Charlesll Ehlers Philip a Garver c c Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t mining. J 11 Booth. P ii read. William Brown. Adam Regula. David Breymeir Samuel c Kline. John i Lone. F j Greene. Jno w Lytle . C w Knisley. J r Mulvane. And Timmerman. T j Murplay. Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. L a Cornett. W j Haskinson l s Meki Nii Wesley m 1 m s Wagner. J Baldwin. T la Robinson. J ii Gardner. K g Galbraith Hiram Echmail robot co Ruthei Isaac couts. William Kinsey p 11 Kulin. Justices. Township. Post Tomcic. Auburn. Lager Seville. Auburn. Ragersville. Bucks. Baltic. Bucks. Baltic. Us Lay. Lock no-17. J Clay. Gnadenhutten. Dover. Canal Dover. A it Over. Canal Dover. Dover. Canal Dover. Fairfield. New Philada a. Fairfield. Zoar station. Franklin. Strasburg. Franklin. Strasburg. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Goshen. New Philada a. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Jefferson. Lawrence. Zoar Lawrence. Bolivar. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Uhrichsville. Mill. Dennison. Oxford. Newcomerstown Oxford. Newcomers town Perry. Cadwallader. Perry. Cadwallader. Rush. Tippecanoe. Flush. Gnadenhutten. Salem. Port Washington j Salem. Port Washington Sandy. Mineral City. Sandy. Mineral City. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. J Union. Uhrichsville. Union. Leesville. Warren. New Cuico we land Warren. New Umoff. Us Warwick. Tuscarawas. Warwick a Tuscarawas. Washington Albany. Washington Paoli. Wayne. Dundee. Wayne. Dundee. York. New Philada a. York. Black band. Cir the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in advances Ltd it if not paid within six months. 1 50 a a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post Filce order to the address the proprietor. A a address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Professional directory. Tyvus. X. D. Richards m. D. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl t ail i c. Parks m. I>., physician and surgeon. Calls Day night prompt answered in the Patrick building. South Broadway. A a 49 residence two doors South c p depot. Jas. A. D. Richards. Jos. T. Eccl loll go. Richards a Mccullou ii attorneys at Law 49yl new Philadelphia Ohio. C j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Olliee i n t he Melane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. John s. Grai Iam 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. Lyl j ii Booth attorney at. Vey Aneer. Special attention paid to Cohen in executors. Administrators and guardian s counts attorney at Law notary Public and con a a i a is a office Uit stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl c a Muel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties. Will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains. Corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect Money refunded. Price �?~25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller a son. <y2 Babcock Hurd amp co., w Hole Sale g r c e r a 100 amp m water St., Cleveland. P 11. Babcock ii. Hurd. Jr., Babcock ii. A. Bishop Mcclelland Huro wholesale agents for t he Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. Pat Eitts. Ii s. A a. P. Lacey procure patents in the it. S.�?T, Canada and Europe 1 0 years experience. Preliminary examinations As to patentability inventions free. No attorney fees in Advance for obtaining u. Patents l Ull Ilist auctions in patents terms Etc., sent free. Address r. A a. 1>. Lacey Patent att is Washington d. C. It be. 2, 8syl the Gilsey House democratic ticket t. W. Mcdermott d. Y. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Busl treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. Not a office Over Loutzenhiser s drug store. New Philadelphia Ohio 4yl Mitchells dental rooms. Grant Mitchell d. D. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block a a new Philadelphia Over Rui Jfe a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered fir diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 new Philadelphia. H. Jar vex Ozur Al. For president the United states Grover Cleveland. For vice president. Allen g. Thurman. State. For Secretary state Boston g. Young Marion. For supreme judge Lyman it. Critic infield. Of Holmes. For member Board Public works James Emmett. Of Pike. Depew a views. Co 1st Gre Sion Eor Congress sixteenth District James w. Owens Licking. County. For auditor John w. Kinsey. For commissioner Wesley Emerson. For infirmary director Lewis Geckeler. For Coroner b. D. Downey. The liar we a nailed to the Cross last week failed to speak out and say whether John Harmon the Uhrichsville Bank had put his Harmons name to the draft but swallowed the lie. Now he has concocted another lie to give color to his past utterances by saying a we Are pleased to learn through our efforts Sam Moore has been made to disgorge and hand Over to John Harmon an amount Money which for the past few months he had fraudulently held in his and further a that we had sent for John Harmon now you moral Leper you will have to Swallow lie no. Two. I Daniel Richards will swear that he wrote for John Harmon to come to his office to make disposition some Nion by the balance the judgment that John Kail had paid to him As Justice this Spring after he Kail had sued Harmon for his wages. A Small portion that about sixty cents belongs to , and the remainder belongs to us by reason overpayment to Harmon by mistake in 1886. Or. Richards will swear that he did not Over this Money because both parties claiming it. Now you Champion liars we can prove you lied when you say we a a disgorged paid Harmon any Moy by when he was Over Here a few Days ago by Hon. A. T. Ready Justice Richards and two men our office for they were present heard every word and saw every act and we will venture further and say that John Harmon will swear that no demand was made us for Money and that none was offered paid by us and what you say in your dirty Sheet concerning it is false. Any one interested enough can ascertain from these gentlemen whether you Are a wilful liar not. Deny it you Doy and we will furnish the affidavits. A a Pimp a a proven liar is a pretty specimen morality to talk about exposing frauds. The Only fraud you Ever exposed was yourself As a Republican in disguise and As a a moral Leper unfit to be in the presence virtuous women. You say we lied when we said a a . Irvine raised the Money to buy the Ohio Democrat by mortgaging Liis and his wife a we Only quoted the language . Irvine to a Friend and if lie lied we can to help it. The records in Zanesville will show better go Back to your party Merrick you Are not needed in the democratic ranks when such men As Cleveland and Thurman Are the ticket. You had your Pedigree read to you a few evenings ago and soon skipped from the gentleman. Before Chauncey m. Depew left for Chicago to night he said a emr. Cleveland has made an Issue the Tariff which no straddle in a platform explanations the stump can change. It is no longer possible for the democracy to be protectionists Revenue reformers free traders according to the demands each locality. The Mills Bill it is True reaches Only a few specified articles but the general principles . Cleveland a message Means that duties shall be levied Only for purposes government and in no Case imposed for the Protection our industries and if he is elected that will be understood both Here and in Europe to be the tinal verdict the . The platform made by president Cleveland is the Only honest platform for the democratic party any other party. Cleveland a message does mean beyond doubt that duties shall be levied Only for purposes government and that properly administered. That was the platform the democratic party in 1884. Any party attempting to do More places itself record As a robber the people favouring the Fil Ching Money from the poor As Well As the Rich and hording it up in the Treasury which at the present rate now exceeds $150,000,000. Our Republican Friend say it is for Protection. It is Protection with a vengeance to Rob the masses to protect the few monopolists. It would be just As honest to restrict the number National Banks so that they might keep up a High rate interest and say it is for Protection. The poor Borrower would foot the Bill and protect the banker. If the Republican party is honest As it claims to be what does it want with More Money than is necessary to run a just government. They Tell us they do not want More than that hut insist that they want Protection. If the Republican party is sincere in not wanting More than is necessary for the proper administration the government then there is no difference Between the two parties As to the amount Revenue to be raised. Then Why such violent kicking against the shrinking the Revenue to tie demands a just government. They admit there Ibadan serous surplus accumulating in tie Treasury. They suggest no direct Means reducing that surplus to evade the further accumulation it in the future except the hint in Blaines letter As to a reduction internal Revenue which savors More a bid for Southern influence than honest conviction that a Tariff Reform is necessary. The democratic party declares that a Reform is necessary to reduce the surplus prevent a further accumulation in the Treasury. The Republican party if honest should stand the same platform. The two parties May honestly differ As to How upon what articles that Revenue shall he placed and in fact neither party Ever has Ever will wholly agree within its own body that Point. The interests the East Are different from the West and that the North differs from the South and As the great general Hancock said a the Tariff is a matter local the revising the Revenue should be As near equitable As possible and no Section should clamor for All the Protection and each Section the country should be willing to concede something that a satisfactory adjustment May be made. The Tariff cannot and never will be adjusted to the entire satisfaction every one. Cannot the democratic party afford As High Protection by an equitable adjustment a limited amount Revenue As our Republican friends that is the question for discussion this fall either that else the Republican party is for Protection regardless the amount Revenue raised and that Issue the democratic party can Well afford to meet them. Cleveland has blazed the Way out the surplus muddle and has Given an honest government and declares in favor a Revenue Quot for an honest government and has merely suggested to the legislative Powers what might be placed the free list and what not to be without Manifest injury to the interests any locality and it is for the representatives the people based an equal representation from every Nook and Corner the land to investigate and determine what is a fair division the Revenue affording All the Protection that a Revenue for a just government can afford. Can any honest party do More even ask More is a party that favors a High Revenue for the Sake Protection Only regardless the surplus that May accumulate entitled to the Suffrages the people Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the Blouse. 9yl remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new t Johnson i House. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. Terms�?$1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks nos. Ii. Case l. Colder. 52 Al a i a a although Ohio is rated As a Republican state she has been represented in the Senate by Many distinguished democrats during the last fifty years Benjamin Tappan and William Allen 1836 to �?T49. George e. Pugh �?T49 to �?T55. Allen g. Thurman 1874 to �?T81. George ii. Pendleton 1878 to �?T84. Henry b. Payne 1884 to 1890. In All forty six years nearly one half the Sena atrial period. The republicans have had during the same time Thomas Ewing Thos. Corwin Salmon p. Chase Ben. Wade John Sherman and James a. Garfield. The latter however never took his seat but was elected president. Salmon p. Chase was elected by the joint action both parties. The democracy were entitled to equal credit with the republicans for sending Chase to the Senate. He was Democrat enough in 1868, to desire the nomination for president at the hands the much derided democratic party. We must Correct the Cleveland press in its biography judge Thurman. He was not nominated for governor in 1857, but just one decade later. He was not re elected to the Senate in 1872 but he was re elected in january 1874 resumed his seat in the Senate March 4, 1875, and served until March 4, 1881. His Uncle William Allen was elected United states senator in the Winter 1836-7, and took his seat with the incoming the Van Buren administration March 4, 1837. He served two successive terms leaving the Senate March 4, 1849, and going into retire ment where he remained Twenty four years when he was resurrected by the cry a Rise up William Allen in and life Rose up and was elected governor Ohio in 1873. So much for the truth history. Little happenings. The Republican convention at Chicago is slowly grinding lion. A m. Estee California to be permanent chairman the convention. Blaine seems to be in the Lead. Harrison Indiana pulling up close. The Ohio crowd divided and Are accusing each other treachery. They have stirred up the impetuous Foraker and he gives vent to his feelings by calling the Ohio Sherman Boomers who accused him Foraker and others with treachery to Sherman you Rillous scoundrels. No Harmony in the Ohio delegation. It looks very much like Blaine and Harrison. Tiie Pacific slope is solid for Blaine. The nomination will not be made before Friday. Mercury 100� in the Shade. We can to run around much for local. Perhaps it will be cooler next week and news More plenty. Ice Cream and strawberries at Chapins Hall Friday evening june 22d. Born to . And mrs. John Collins Friday last a nine Pound boy All doing Well. 10,000 lbs. Of Wool wanted for which i will full Market Price for the above amount. 25 John Burry. Next sunday will be the time for the fourth quarterly meeting at the u. B. Church. Rev. D. W. Sprinkle will occupy the pulpit morning and evening. The ladies the German reformed Church will give a fair and festival at Chapins Hall Friday evening june 22d,1888. Edison the electrician is said to be collecting the yells his baby daughter the phonograph with the intention grinding them out for her torture when she becomes a Young lady. For Sale Trade a Good five year old hambletonian Tuc Keyho stallion Well broke and gentle. Will give a bargain. For information inquire at the times office while filling his pipe preparatory to the solid Comfort a Good smoke a Michigan Man found a $150 Diamond. The Good things this life come in double doses sometimes. Charles Ash met with a painful Accident tuesday morning while working at the pipe works by falling Between the cars while unloading Coke causing painful wounds about the head and Chest but not dangerous however. Sandusky Saloon keepers decide to keep their saloons open sunday and resist All efforts to enforce the Owen Law. They think the sentiment so Strong in favor keeping open sunday that no attempt will be made to enforce the Law. A double wedding occurred at the Garfield residence at Mentor o., the 14th instant. Miss Mollie Garfield was married to j. Stanley Brown and Harry a. Garfield was married to miss Bell Mason Cleveland. It was a Gay and fashionable wedding. Reports from the thirty three Roundup districts in Colorado show cattle to be in excellent condition and that the loss last Winter was unusually Small. Indications Are that the calf crop this year will be the largest for a number years. _ for Sale Exchange a business room and Stock general merchandise in a Good business town 600 inhabitants in a Rich Community in Tuscarawas county. Stock will invoice $3,000. Information can be had at the times fice. _ ten train robbers attacked a train the Missouri Pacific South Muskogee Indian territory the loth inst., killing one passenger and wounding two train men. The robbers got Only eight dollars in Money. The express messenger did not have tiie Safe combination. Or. John b. Read the Standard office and miss Nettie Flora the Zacconi polished daughter Samuel Flora were married sunday. They left for Columbus and Washington City to spend their Horey Moon. The times wish them All the happiness possible. A Young Man Gnadenhutten was in swimming in the River close to the town sunday evening got beyond his death and was drowned. The body was recovered the same evening. His sister who is living with the family John Schwab was sent for monday morning. He was buried tuesday. He took cramp while in deep water which was the cause his drowning. Personal mention. Free from taint. Master Smith Moore is visiting friends at Tippecanoe. Charles Hamilton Cambridge took in our dance last week. Miss Fred. Sterling was the guest miss Francies Mclean Friday last. Clyde Holliday and sister Canton attended the Hall Here Friday night. Mrs. Everett Pike run is passing a few Days with mrs. Jacob Young East front Street. Walter i. Thomas Alliance Ohio spent a week with his Friend we. Evans in this City. Gary a. Spring and family passed last Sabbath with friends and relatives at Pike run and report a grand time. Miss Lula m. Wells went to Dennison saturday to spend a few Days visiting at the residence Jack Carnahan. Miss Rebecca Morehead Uhri Clis Ville returned Home saturday after a pleasant visit with her Friend miss cad. Houpt this City. Or. J. F. Fox Sparta Stark county gave the times office a Friendly Call tuesday. He is visiting his parents Stone Creek this county. Thanks to f. G. Moore Marietta for a program the fifty third annual commencement the Marietta College to be held june 27th. Miss Mamie Thompson and brother Charles Uhrichsville and miss Mamie Rallston Lima attended the dance in this City Friday evening. Miss Edith Metzler one Baltic a Best teachers spent a few Days in this City the guest . And mrs. Harvey e. Espenschied South Broadway. G. W. Parsons conductor regular passenger train the c. Amp p. Road came Down to new Philadelphia business tuesday. He was a former resident this City but now resides in Cleveland. M iss Nano Booth Ella Lahmer Gertrude Spence and Daisey Benedict left saturday for Uhrichsville to visit miss Vinnie Smith who returned to her Home with them after a pleasant visit in new Philadelphia. Allen Koch a prominent Young business Man Shanesville gave the times office a Friendly Call tuesday. He says Wool buyers in that place Are paying thirty cents and a considerable Quantity has been purchased. Geo. Taylor and family a. D. Grib ble and family Wood Mclean and family Chas. Smith wife and sister Edith mrs. Floia Cahill and children miss Staley Dover township g. W. Gribble and miss Trunick Pittsburgh pa., Sun Dayed with . And mrs. Crites at Federal Hill farm. Or. Knaus Mcpherson Kansas editor the Mcpherson Democrat gave the times office a pleasant Call saturday. Or. Kraus is listing relatives Honry Schweitzer this place and other relatives near Trenton we Are pleased with his Frank and genteel disposition and wish him a pleasant visit and Success in the journalistic Field. Married. june 13, 1888, by Rev. Wilson Yeisley at his residence . Harvey miser to miss Belle Shultz both Coshocton county Ohio. For Trade a Good House and lot and thirteen other lots situated in the town port Washington. The House has seven rooms in it. There is also a tenant House the lot and plenty fruit. It is a very desirable property for any one wanting to live in town. The party wishes to Trade for a Small tract land in Tuscarawas county. Any one having a tract land Worth about $2800 that he would Trade for such property As the above will please Call at tiie times Olliee f. To Mig. 25tf As . Rusdorf son in Law republicans claim that England and other countries rejoice at Cleveland a nomination account Tariff views when in fact they do not place a free Trade construction upon his message. The North German Gazette the leading German Organ highly protected Germany says a a Cleveland unites the unflinching integrity and Fidelity to the Constitution a Washington with the popularity and patriotism a Lincoln. He is the chief officer a great nation not a president who is elected to office by a _ the evidence was closed in the Case the state Ohio is. Michael Galvin thursday last. After the argument the counsel the jury retired for deliberation. Which was about 5 clock in the evening. They were out All night but were permitted however to take their meals under watch the Deputy sheriff. About 9 clock in the morning they made known the fact that they could not agree and were discharged. The jury stood seven for acquittal and five for conviction. A whether the state will make further Effort to convict the defendant is not known yet. Rev. Jacobs who is living the farm with . Jacobs Southeast town was blowing Corn thursday last with a Sulkey Corn plow lightning struck the two horses that were hitched to the plow killing them both and knocking . Rusdorf senseless. He Lay nearly an hour before recovering. The Cloud was seemingly passing around and Rusdorf not expecting a storm continued blowing. It is claimed by Many that horses heated very warm will attract lightning but it seems to be a far fetched theory. The horses were valued at $300, we inadvertently omitted Philip Doerfer Andrew a. Hoffman Hoffman Bros and others in speaking the business men Baltic last week. Philip Doerfer is a manufacturer and dealer in harness and we know him to be a first class Workman and a proper Man for the Farmers to Deal with. His place business is main Street. The Hoffman a each keep a very quiet and orderly Saloon and restaurant. Josiah Sheneman keeps a first class Barber shop messes. At Peter Syler a meat Market messes. Gonter amp Reinhart liver men William Wolforth and Jacob pious Shoemakers linkers Bros blacksmiths Charles Smith Cooper j. Hoffman Stone Mason Jacob gets Marbie Cutter. A not a stain rests upon the three years and four months i administration Grover Cleveland. No charge corruption has been made nor could such a charge be made and substantiated for a moment. It has never been burdened with the infamy a carpet bag rules a credit Woodier a fraud a a Black Friday a scandal a a salary grab steal a a whisky fraud a a a de Golyer pavement swindle a a a freed menus Bank swindle a a a District Columbia ring a a government printing frauds a a Indian ring a a Pacific mail swindle a a postal frauds a a Public building frauds a a the Public credit loaned to corporations a a government land swindles a a Navy frauds a a Sanborn frauds a a san Domingo no crime like any these has been charged against the present administration. It stands As much above its immediate predecessors for the past Twenty years As honesty is above dishonesty. A Good intentions and successful results progressive in All the word implies have marked every movement and every step the administration. It Speaks for itself and needs no la Dation. The people like it and As a consequence will give it their Hearty Plain dealer. Increased pensions. A Law for the Benefit soldiers widows. The president has approved the act Congress providing that pensions heretofore hereafter granted to widows soldiers the War the rebellion shall commence at the Date the death their husbands. This affects All claims widows by the late War which have been filed in the pension office after july 1, 1880, and which have been allowed to commence from the Date tiling the claims but favourably affect the classes such widows As were filed before july 1, 1880, and which have been allowed pension having already been granted in those cases from the Date their husbands death. The commissioner pensions gives notice that in the settlement under this Law claims already allowed no formal application will be required and that the services attorneys will not he necessary. Widows entitled under said Law need Only write a letter giving name Post Ollice address and certificate number and the claims will he allowed with As Little delay As possible. This legislation was recommended by general Black in his last annual report. Before her death lady Marian Alford left a memoranda for her daughter s guidance in arranging for her funeral. Among other things she wrote a a i think that in this Short life too much is Given to signs grief for the departed into happiness. 1 should prefer no mourning for myself but 1 should not like to Shock anyone a prejudices this account and would Only set an example As restricting the matter to the smallest Compass. I think that Crape mourning is a cruel tax to the poor it is expensive and tawdry and Nasty the moment it ceases to be fresh and therefore i would wish you to set the example by not wearing it for consequently no Crape was worn at lady Alfords funeral. Shot pc Gay tramps held up. Road agents work a railway train. Helena mont., june 17, 1888. Montana Lias had its first experience with train robbers. Never before in the history the territory has any attempt been made by Road agents to emulate the example the members the Craft m Texas and new Mexico and therefore All Montana stands aghast and mourns because the stain that has been put upon her character. The scene the hold up was at Junction City the Northern Pacific Railroad sixty live Miles East Billings and Miles City. No. 1 express bound West reached the Point named about 11 clock last night. It was running at tiie usual rate Speed when Engineer Sargent saw a Man the track a considerable distance ahead waving a Torch. He stopped and a masked Man appeared at the Steps the engine. Some one fired a Bullet through the cab and Sargent was ordered to throw up his hands and get out the engine which he did. The men were standing about masked eight them and they moved Down to the express car prying the door open with the engineers pick. Sargent was made to crawl through the aperture and advise the messenger that he had better surrender. He was inclined to resist at first but finally weakened and gave up the keys. About $100 was secured from the Safe. The robbers who were undoubtedly cow boys remained about the express car and engine for at least thirty minutes making no attempt to molest the passengers in the coaches and Sleeper. Their incessant firing gave the passengers a Pointer As to what Yas going and they employed their time to advantage in concealing their Money and valuables. Finally the gang with the Engineer m front started through the coaches. A guard was placed at the door each car. The passengers were very much alarmed and excited hut no violence was offered. The guards Oil the platforms kept up a constant fusillade and this added to the alarm the women especially. No watches jewelry were taken from the men but All the Cash that could he found was gobbled. The sleeping car conductor gave up $70, and the losses the passengers Are estimated at about $500. The robbers consumed about two hours in the work. A passenger who off ered a slight show resistance came near being killed. A shot was fired at him which Cut through his hat and passed out the window. The fireman was allowed to return to his engine after the robbers had stationed the guards at the do a but the Engineer was Judd in close custody until the robbers had finished the Job and disappeared in the darkness the night. The train reached Billings two hours late and the sheriff soon organized a posse which started in Pursuit. Nothing has been heard from them As yet. The robbers without a doubt belong to the cow boy fraternity Pullman Vestibule trains. The Tomahawk lakes i common pleas court. Newcomerstown will have a big 4th july. The times office does Job printing at City prices and guarantee ii faction. Call and be delinquent subscribers to up. At $1 per year we should have our promptly. The k. Of p. Lodge this place Pic Nice at Chippewa Lake yesterday and report a grand Good time. Editor Mcllvain went to the Chicago convention As an alternate. Me. You will have your labor for nothing this fall. A. J. And Asa Syler Baltic closed their schools last Friday. They have had a Large attendance in All about 90 students. For Sale Exchange for land in Tuscarawas county a Nice clean Stock merchandise dry goods and groceries a in a Good business town 1500 inhabitants in Tuscarawas county will invoice five six thousand dollars. For information write the times office the dwelling House Jonathan Stafford Union township took fire from a defective flue and burned to the ground about five clock yesterday p. M., consuming furniture clothing Etc everything a total la so. Some insurance the building but we did not learn the amount. Do not fail to attend the Lawn fete to be Given by the lutheran Church social at the residence . I. Wyss just West the City. Ice Cream and strawberries will be served. Also a free musical and literary entertainment will be Given. All Are invited. The Coshocton Standard says that a Farmer by the name Fink Hanover drove his team under a Large Apple tree the 14th instant to shelter from the storm that Date and lightning struck the tree killing Fink. The team ran away and when caught by some persons who witnessed the catastrophe the body Fink was found in the Wagon. The deceased leaves a wife and three children. Youngstown june 16. David Moore a wealthy Farmer residing five Miles East Here last night ordered three tramps out his Orchard. The Trio attacked him one shooting him twice with a revolver in tiie left Arm. Moore succeeded in drawing his revolver anti emptied the contents at the gang who disappeared in the darkness. This morning a Trail blood was found showing one the gang had been badly wounded. Officers and Farmers turned out in search the tramps. Several knights the Road were arrested but not identified As the right parties. Their business booming probably no one thing has caused such a general revival Trade at f. C. 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. A collision two freight trains occurred the Wheeling amp Lake Erie Road at Zoar station tuesday morning. Both trains were Long and heavy and came together with great Force notwithstanding they were not under full headway. One Tram was coining in and the other was going out. No one was Hurt As All hands had time to jump the engines Are almost a Complete wreck and Many the cars were badly smashed. Luckily no lives were lost. Emperor Frederick Germany died the 15th instant at eleven clock. Prince Frederick William aged Twenty nine years now becomes emperor Germany. Great excitement prevails throughout Europe because the probable course to be pursued by the Young emperor. The feeling Russia and Germany is not harmonious and hostilities Are expected. The Rose Bug is playing havoc with the peaches. Some Trees Are Black with them. It Only takes two three Days for them to use up a tree. The crop in town will be Small account the bugs. We presume the country will also be visited by them. Gen. Pat. Collins who presided Over the St. Louis convention it is said is an old Massillon boy. He there in the col mines several years and then went to Boston to learn upholstering. He has lots relatives in Stark county. The Mason murder trial at Ashland is now in Progress. It is universally conceded that notwithstanding the Advent old and new lines into the Field Competition for passenger traffic Between Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul and Minneapolis the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul rail was Mah Frains its pre eminent position As the leading line and carries the greater portion the business Between these Points. It is not hard to account for this when we consider that it was the first in the Field and gained its popularity by Long years firs class service. It has kept up to the times by adopting ail modern improvements in equipment and methods the latest being co nip Ete Pullman Vestibule trains running daily Between Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul and Minneapolis and its route being along the Banks the Mississippi through the finest farming country the most populous and prosperous towns and villages it offers to its patrons the very Best service their Money can buy. Us dining cars Are celebrated throughout the length and breadth the land As being the finest in the world. Its sleeping cars Are the Best belonging to the Pullman company being , elegance Comfort and luxury its Day coaches Are the Best made and its employees by Long continued service in their respective capacities Are experts courteous and accommodating to All. It is not strange therefore that an intelligent and discriminating travelling Public should almost exclusively patronize this great railway. 2 hv3 a unclaimed letters the following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office june 19, 1888 i Nolen Edward Redcay 3, Frank Mcpherson 2, Matilda Connar 2, Lizzie Fox Jane Riggle Annie Calendine mrs Tennie Brown. If not called for in fourteen Days will be sent to the dead Lector office. E. P. Degreif i. M insure your live Stock. Oneida county Wisconsin the line the Chicago Milwaukee a St. Paul railway. Chicago june 4th, 1888. 1 have yearly been in the habit seeking new places for fishing in the North we est and this Spring i concluded to visit the Tomahawk lakes in Wisconsin and knowing at this season the year Many Are seeking information regarding new places i give it briefly these lakes have heretofore Only been accessible Over trails some Twenty five Miles from Eagle River station and been fished Only by indians by parties who camped upon the shores at great inconvenience. The Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway company has just completed an Extension its Wisconsin Valley division to Minocqua and messes. Mann Bros have built a hotel near the depot immediately beside the Shore one the lakes from which All Are accessible giving Over one Hundred Miles Shore fishing. The country is so new that the Ordinary maps give no idea the number extent the lakes which can be easily reached from Minocqua in most cases through thoroughfares connecting these lakes sufficiently Large for boats and in Only a few eases Are portages necessary. The lakes Are surrounded by High lands generally quite heavily wooded. Mann Bros keep As Gool a hotel As can be expected under the circumstances Are expert fishermen themselves know the entire system the lakes and will cheerfully give All the information required. They have a Supply boats and guides and practice no extortion. I have never visited any place i can so readily recommend As Minocqua for extent and variety fishing and i have a had As much experience in fishing Over the North West As most gentlemen Havo. The water in All these lakes is Clear As Crystal and the fish Are remarkably Fine. I went there May 21st, in company Geo. W. Hale and we returned yesterday j line 3rd. During nine Days fishing we caught 46i mus allonge 102 Pike and 393 Black Bass. I sent Home one mus allonge 46 inches Long and the Pike averaged the largest 1 Ever saw. We caught a number Small mouthed Bass weighing nearly four pounds each. We caught enough to satisfy us and to cause us to desire a rest. I propose to visit these Waters again in ten Days when i think the fishing will be even better than during our stay. Respectfully yours 26w3 j. Frank Lawrence. War Over a county seat. Entire population under arms Farmers neglecting their crops and l at Roling the country. Proceedings. Wichita Kansas june 15. In Stephens county the scene the Railroad and county seat fight Between the towns Huston and Woods Dale the entire population is under arms. Squads armed and mounted citizens from both places patrol the country night and Day for Miles around. These gangs act As foraging parties and have but Little respect for the property others Al onday night two these patrols belonging to different factions met and a conflict ensued during Widich a regular fusillade was kept up. It is not known whether anyone was wounded but three dead horses were found the Prairie the next morning. Farmers Are Riding around armed instead tilling their soil and All crops Are Likely to fail in consequence. Governor Martin has commanded the militia Here to be in readiness for marching orders at any time. Blown up by gasoline. Janesville june 16. Tie two Story Brick warehouse the wholesale drug firm Baily Bros a co., was entirely demolished by an explosion saturday morning. Four men have been taken from the ruins More dead than alive. William minor the drayman who was unloading at the door was buried under falling Walls and is dying. Jesse Carter John Swingle and William Grayson coloured persons who were working in the building Are badly injured and bruised by falling timbers. They cannot recover gasoline is supposed to have caused the explosion but nothing has been Learned definitely a Phe entire fire department was called out to subdue the flames. Morton Baily 17 years old son one the proprietors is in the debris and is believed to be dead. The dead body Jorton Baily was taken from the ruins late in the afternoon. Fourth july at Oakwood Croc near South Olive Ohio the Standard live Stock insurance company is doing a flourishing business in this Community is perfectly reliable and pays promptly rates insurance reasonable. Done to fail to Call David Stine agent new Philadelphia Ohio for a circular and rates insurance. The Standard insures against death from disease Accident fire lightning. 25tf grass hoppers Jasper ind., june 15. Myriads Grasshoppers have appeared in Many parts Southern Indiana and Are devouring All vegetation As they go. They destroy Meadows first then the foliage the Trees and next Corn Oats and Garden vegetables. Thousands acres Meadows have been devastated by them. Fourth july excursion rates. Criminal. Ohio v Michael l Galvin trial to jury and disagreement $1500 recognizance to october term. Decrees. Elizabeth Haas v John h Haas divorce. Lizzie Philips v John n Philips. Eliza j Millburn v Elizabeth Dallas partition ordered. Fred Groff v curd Groff order Sale in partition. Plaintiffs to plead. Albert Bates v j b Warren. To m h Criswell v Isaac Penrod demurrer to amended answer overruled. Defendants to plead. Collins e Meller v Lous i Travis. Cases continued. Root amp Mcbride Brothers v John a Hostetler. Judgment. Shederick Cope v Zebu Ion p Sparks execution judgment by court for plaintiff. Lydia m Whitmire m uth $277.20. V Alfred c de assignment court cases. Monday june 25. 1581-Warren, Packard a co v John a Himes. Tuesday june 26. 97�?amanda Kaldenbaugh v Henry r Ripley. 121�?elias r Benfer v Philip ii Zigler. 124�?lucinda Maughiman v Isaac Mau Giman. 231�?albert Bates v James Parsons. Wednesday Juno 27. 4�?John Booth v Black band Iron co. 57�?david Judy v Benj Fisher. 137�?wm Willigman v Ezra Albaugh. 148�?belinda c Craig v j k Conwell. 219�?susan Johnson v Thos j Johnson. 293�?ann Wise v John w Beans. 42�?Ohio v John c Sanders. Thursday june 28. 71�?martha Mcbride v we Mcbride. Friday j Une 29. 355�?george Mosher v George Welty i t Al trustees Goshen township. Brace up. Grand fourth july Celebration and picnic at this Beautiful spot under the auspices the j. Morley Post g. A. R. Fine speaking athletic sports games dancing fire works natural Gas illuminations and g. A. It. Camp fire to which every body is invited. Refreshments the grounds take your baskets and have a picnic. The Cleveland a Marietta Ray will sell excursion tickets from All stations at the rate one fare for the round trip. Special trains will leave South Olive for Cambridge and Marietta at 10 p. Ray time thus giving ail ample time to attend the Camp tire see the grand display tire works Etc. Excursion rates for july 4-th, 1888. Excursion tickets will be sold Between All ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburgh july 3d and 4th, Good to return july 7th, inclusive at one fare for the round trip. No excursion tickets will be sold to. Adults at less than Twenty five cents nor to children at less than fifteen cents. 2 july 3rd and 4th the Cleveland amp Marietta railway will sell round trip tickets from All stations to any Point that line at the rate one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be Good for return passage july 4th,5th, 6th, and 7th. Jartin Coyer Louisville ky., went to bed the night the 16th instant but could not sleep account the heat. He then took a Blanket and went up top the three Story building spread his Blanket the roof in the night lie rolled off and will a a a sleep until time shall to no an Elk rapids Michigan child has four grandparents and the same number great grandparents living and is still expected to grow up and make a Good citizen. You lire feeling depressed your appetite is poor you Are bothered with headache you Are tid 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 bottle at f Mil Ier a songs drug store. The undersigned hereby announces to the Public that to Sells first class fruit Trees the Best varieties All grafted add budded fruit. Also new varieties that have been lately introduced and found reliable. Evergreens Maple Trees shrubbery Ali kinds climbing vines Small fruits grapes All kinds. Greenhouse plants and Flowers. Anything you wish for in my line you can obtain me for one half the Price usually asked by agents. I cordially ask you to patronize your Home nurseryman and Florist. Daniel Wyss. New Philadelphia Jan. 20. 5m0 there is a form punishment to which English boys Are subjected against which the London lancet feels it necessary to protest. Certain British parents too Lazy to Wield the chastening Rod employ Mustard plasters instead the Birch. The lancet asserts time a Mustard plaster applied to a let May do him permanent physical harm. There is no doubt that sparing the Rod is indeed pernicious when it leads to spoiling a boy with plasters. Rhe paper doors coming into use Are claimed to possess an advantage Over Wood neither shrinking swelling cracking nor warping. They Are formed two thick paper hoards stamped and moulded into panels and glazed together with glue and Potash and then rolled through heavy rollers. After being covered with a Waterproof coating and then one that is fireproof they Are painted varnished and Hung in the usual Way. A Tommy a said the old gentleman sternly �?o1 understand that you were hanging about the folo grounds this afternoon instead being at school. 1 wont have you wasting your time in that Way. What Earth could you see hear by peeking through a Knothole in the Fence ? a a a 1 could see you responded Tommy a a setting the grand stand and shouting a Good boy Danny a the teacher kept you in after school for being late this morning did lie ? sir. But i wrote you an excuse. I know it but i did no to want to a give you away a to the teacher so 1 kept it in my pocket. How a a give me away a it was full misspelled sift in is. No wonder the features Andrew Jackson Are so unfamiliar to the american people. His i it portrait is engraved upon the $10,000 Bills. Why we know the blessed old Man if we were to meet . tells us it is also the $2 notes. Can to help it we be nothing to take Back he a just As great a stranger As Ever. A smoking a said the doctor a a Blacken the a a i know it a said the patient a but then there is no color More durable More generally useful than a but a persisted the doctor a a you la smoke yourself to a ooh Well then a calmly replied the sick Man a a in la have my lungs already in

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