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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 3, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday november 3, 1887. Number 43. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasurer. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites j. Dianee 1j. S. Pearce Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins j. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann it s. Ruler it w. E. Lash r. Benner 0.11. Hoover Ozias Delong j j. Porter City. Daniel Korns. James h. Elijah shull.�?��?�. Marshal Philip commissioner John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. 0. Welty. Council Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. it it Arlen. Justices. Names. Townships. Post Ofick. A. Youngen. Same a Bixler. Henry Philip Doerter. Daniel Krebs. S Milliken. J w Newburg Jos 11 Hostetler Nich Mon tag. S y Renneker. Charles Ehlers Philip a Garver c 0 Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t Minnis. J ii Booth. 1 h read. John s Spring. John w Roll. David Breymeir Samuel c Kline. John Milone. F j Greene. Jno w Lytle . C w Knisley. J r Mulvane. And Timmerman. T j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. La Cornett. W j Haskinson l s Mckinney. Wesley m tray Lewis c Zollars. T Richardson. s Wagner. J i Baldwin. T k Robinson. J 11 Gardner. R g Galbraith. Hiram Clunan. Robot Coruthers Isaac couts. Lames w Stoutt John Wetter. William Kinsey p ii Kuhn. Auburn. Auburn. Bucks. Bucks. Clay. Clay. Dover. Dover. Dover. Fairfield. Fairfield. Franklin. Franklin. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Goshen. Jefferson Jefferson. Lawrence. Lawrence. Mill. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Oxford. Perry. Perry. Rush. Rush. Salem. Salem. Sandy. Sandy. Sugar Creek. Sugar Creek. Union. Union. I Warren. Warren. Warwick. Warwick. Washington Washington Wayne. Wayne. York. York. Ragersville. Lager Seville. Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Gnadenhutten. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Philada a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg. New Phil arts a. New Hilad a. New Philada a. New Philada a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar. Bolivar. Uhrichsville. Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomers Crown Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Shanesville. Uhrichsville. Leesville. New Cumberland new Cumberland j Tuscarawas j Tuscarawas. Albany. Paoli. Dundee. Dundee. New Philada a. A Black band. Professional directory. A 0ct0r Eda Wili Zelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 by j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 40, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl Altancis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bauk new Philadelphia Ohio. Pm. Hissong a shaving shampooing Ami hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store North Broadway. New Philadelphia. O. 4y John 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 Oil North Broadway. 47yl j ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House North Broadway. 47yl Amuel 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 Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental rooms. Crant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block a new Philadelphia 0. Over Raiff s hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Jew Gas and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms. Table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. Cyl Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at to Una. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each Mouth. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German reformed preaching every sunday at 1030 a. In. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. O. P. Taylor. H. P. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. L. Mcilvane . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge. No. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. . W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lod quote no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Halh t. Zellner. N. G. A. Correll rec. Sec a. T. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempfly n. O. P. Skol rec. Sec a. I. U. 0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each Mouth at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. John Dunn. P. 1. A. Correll scribe. Canton Tuscarawas no. Yet. P. M., i. 0. O f., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. W. Dodd Captain. A. Bippus Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Daniel Korns commander. R. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Arcanum a philos Council meets every first and third Friday each Mouth in knights pythias Hall. A. P. Minnick Regent. H. Officer Secretary. National Council no 52. Meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec a. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday november 3, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a a the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a 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 the. Times. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Democratic state ticket. For governor Thomas e. Powell Delaware. For lieutenant governor d. C00lman, Portage. For supreme judges l. R. Crutchfield Homes Long term. Vergil p. Klein Cuya hoga Short term. For auditor state Emil k e is Wetter Franklin. For state treasurer. G. W. Harper Greene. For attorney general William ii. Lee tilt Defiance. For Board Public works Peter Murphy Butler. Senators Isth and 19th districts. I. H. M0rtley, Coshocton county. A. I. Dorr Noble county. County ticket. For representative. Francis Ankney. For probate judge j. W. Yeagley. For treasurer. John Meyers. For recorder. John g. Neuman. For sheriff George w. Bowers. For clerk courts. John c. Donalley. For prosecuting attorney James <1. Patrick. For commissioner Robert t. Benner. For infirmary director Milton Porter. For Surveyor 0. Ii. Hook for. The cowardly Whipper snap Pek. Some one the Many ring editors for there Are several them the Ohio Democrat and All subject to the great a a Boss a who says this editor came Here at his suggestion and which a a Boss a off ered us the use Twenty five postmasters to solicit for the times a thing we would not ask any one to do without recompense now undertakes to deny Bossis. Not one the ring sters has undertaken to deny it except through the Ohio Democrat in the article we refer to. And then the Ohio Democrat does not answer a single question put in our last Issue. Now one the opposing candidates who was the pet the a Boss a said to a reliable citizen that he even was sacrificed and sold out that the Boss might carry his Points. We would ask what the Many private consultations meant Between the leaders the two factions that had been bitterly opposing each other outside the Hall where the convention was being held Back Eagle Hall and about town. Was this such a momentous occasion As to demand this if there was simply a carrying out the wishes the democracy Tuscarawas county that the Ohio Democrat says was done in such smooth manner a this editor knows his assertions Are false for he saw what took place inside the Hall and if he had stepped outside he could have seen much More. He Speaks a foul slander the democratic Farmers who selected this excellent ticket. He is guilty falsehood again for we never have written anything against the ticket but have criticized the methods practice by the ring sters who Are a very Small per cent the democratic party. Lie says a this individual was the Only one that thou to he there is guilty falsehood again and he knows it. We Are supporting the democratic ticket and intend to but we intend also to oppose the ring. The Ohio Democrat is the Organ the ring since it changed hands. Our informant referred to last week was taken to task for giving away the Ross ring. The inquiry went round As to How the information got out and the party owned up. Now if we had manufactured what we said Why an inquiry among those who had the Opportunity knowing the ring methods. The editor editors the Ohio Democrat cannot deny the charges but seeks to Lead the people off a Side track and makes an Appeal to the democracy saying we slander them. Such non sence. We do not have a score dictators and sub editors As can be seen dictating the columns the Ohio Democrat. The same parties who tried to control two postmasters in the county because they wanted to support us Are now dictating to the editor the Ohio Democrat. The whippersnapper says that next tuesday this slander will be resented. Next tuesday the democrats Tuscarawas county will go to the polls and vote their sentiments and whatever Way they May vote will not indicate the truthfulness the Ohio Democrat. But next year when the ring sters Call for support then . Editor you can look out. We will see then How this a new regime that we Are informed is instituted in Tuscarawas county works. We Are told that Wilkins manages it and that the Ohio Democrat is the Mouth piece it. Beriah Wilkins in his address at the National convention Bankers held at Pittsburgh a allow to avoid the accumulation surplus in the future a said a a the question could no longer be put aside and that prompt thorough and heroic measures must be adopted by the fiftieth Congress which assembles in december next. After citing various plans that bad been suggested including the distribution surplus among the states and appropriations for great Public works he said it must be done largely by a reduction in custom duties. He thought that the association representing As it does the aggregated capital the country could do no worse thing than pass a Resolution demanding Congress the repeal surplus taxation to the end that the surplus in the Treasury might he avoided. Repeal the tax tobacco reduce duties sugar Rice Salt lumber common cloth window Glass and certain kinds Iron products. A Large portion the tax the circulation National Banks could Well be remitted also. Lie closed by stating that Relief could come in no other Way than by a reduction in Revenue and now Many articles mentioned in his recommendation As deserving attention and consideration in the reduction Revenue tax All citizens and politicians can Well agree is they Are necessaries life and Are articles consumption by the poor Man As Well As the Rich. But when he mentions Salt an article that is As Low now As any one should ask and while the manufacture Salt As an Industry is almost worthless in Point profit he makes an unpardonable Blunder. But this banker a association and which Wilkins is a member has a Little to grind too and they must show some degree fairness by recommending the reduction articles that the poor Man uses such As sugar Rice Salt lumber common cloth etc., and he actually wedges in the a a poor he says a Large portion the tax the circulation National Banks could Well be remitted also. How dearly he loves the a poor banker a that some the Burden must come off him. He Speaks this association representing a a the aggregate capital the country a which we have no doubt is True and then in the same breath recommends that a Large portion the tax the circulation National Banks be remitted. This places Wilkins in his True Light. He favors the capitalist and the monopolist and is a fit subject to reside Wall Street. Be Noble sons toil remember he will try to hoodwink you into supporting him for his fourth term in Congress. Will you do it the advocate contains an article Over the signature James a. Thompson reflecting . Donahey. Or. Thompsons grievances All grew out a personal matter. Or. Donahey was called to administer the estate a . Thompson deceased by other members James a. Thompsons family and in opposition to Thompsons wishes. James a. Thompson desired to administer the estate himself and this caused the feeling against . Donahey. Donahey will have the entire support the democracy Perry township except those who were influenced by those personal matters that often arise in the settlement estates. We suppose if . Donahey Ever did haul Saloon traps for any one to Westchester he was hired to do it and we suppose too that Thompson would have done the same thing for pay. Democrats Tuscarawas county will you scratch your ticket without a just cause we Hope not. Surely these personal matters ought not to influence you. Or. Donahey denies the slurs the germans and Thompson has not furnished you proof to the contrary. Or. Donahey is entitled to your entire support. _ the Railroad meeting Friday night last was not great in numbers but displayed considerable interest and is evidence the fact that we Are moving Onward. Several persons subscribed and another reduced his claim for right Way Over his premises from $200 to $100, which indeed was considerable. We would like much to see others reduce their claims and thereby share a Little the Burden. We Are asked frequently if we will succeed in getting the Road but that is a question we can answer better in two three weeks from now. One thing is certain the committee and others Are determined to make a big Effort and if we fail it will not be their fault. The interest in the Road is increasing and if every one who wants the Road will turn out and help to talk it up and Aid financially we will get it sure. It will be a burning shame to have it said new Philadelphia Beaver dam and old town Valley could not raise $10,000. Some scheming Republican is circulating fraudulent democratic tickets through our county for the purpose misleading democrats. These tickets have the name Edward Clark for member Board Public works instead Orsamus e. Niles and have the name d. Ii. Moltloy candidate for Senate printed ii. Ii. Mostly. Democrats you should be your guard and be sure you get the genuine ticket with the proper names . See your neighbor democrats and Post them this scheme. The president has fixed thursday november 24th, As thanksgiving Day. That is the Day the Turkey ceases to gobble tie sportsman pursue the Cotton Tail and the Quail and the Lover the beverage will drink toasts to his friends while the pious ones will attend service and offer thanks to the great giver every Good and perfect gift. One squib in the Ohio Democrat bears Prima Facia evidence As to who wrote it. The words a a tap a clearly show it was written by the a a Gutter he used to oppose the a a Boss a but the ring sters went to the Democrat and said lie must be provided for and he was. He is . For the a a Bossy now. Everybody knows him. Vote for Powell and an economic administration state affairs. Fora Ker has bankrupted the state and admits that he did recommend to the general Assembly to have a revaluation real estate and says that in his next two years he will have it done. Farmers How do you like it i have Money to loan in sums from $300 to $10,000 Tuscarawas county o., real estate. Ixo. A. Himes new Philadelphia 45w3. A Western Kansas Farmer who saw his wife and daughters arrayed in new fall hats exclaimed a there goes my family with thirty bushels Corn apiece their if you want a suit clothes if you want an overcoat if you want a hat Cap if you want a suit made to order you want a pair pants made to order go to if. Sutton a co. 44w4 a celebrated wit was asked Why he did not marry a Young lady to whom he was very much attached. A i know no reason a replied he a except the great regard we have for each personal mention. Or. E. S. Souers attorney Mineral Point was in town monday. The testimony in the a a Blinky Morgan Case has closed and the speeches begun which will occupy two Days at least. Morgan evinces some uneasiness and Well he might for a verdict guilty will be the result. We predict that he will stretch hemp. Tuesday the dwelling House mrs. Tratenburg took fire in the roof burning a space about one Yard Square. Or. T. Ferrell happened there just As the fire was discovered and by the Aid a ladder in getting the roof lie soon put the fire out. A few moments later the fire would have done its work in causing serious damage. The Kate Rensberger opera company was favored with a very Good House Friday night last to hear their musical entertainment. The Hall was so cold that the audience did not warm up in time to Greet the Star actress with applause at her appearance the stage1, but the contrary greeted the one playing the part the servant girl who appeared a Little later in the scene. Notwithstanding the mishaps it was a grand musical entertainment and highly pleasing to the audience. Japan is fast coming abreast the most civilized nations. China virtually has no railroads while Japan is building them As fast As she can. In Tokio one the chief cities Japan there is a handsome and commodious railway station. There Are a number Street car lines and the streets Are lighted with Gas. Telegraph lines stretch in All directions High schools and common schools Are being established and the University will compare favourably with Many in this country. 1 have for Sale a Fine Rich level productive farm 2,250 acres. First and second Bottom land about one half cleared and in cultivation balance Good Timber three Miles 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 very reasonable prices. For further information Call at the times office. Of in the table our exports to the Mother country a very Small percentage is that manufactured goods yet the Enterprise some our leading manufacturers who have made a push in the foreign Market deserves note. Last week the Bethoven piano Organ company Washington n. J., made one shipment 140 organs All which were to fill orders. They filled a train eight cars and were transferred to the a a City Richmond a which sailed saturday for Liverpool. This is the largest single shipment organs to England Ever made and Breaks the record. Last Friday about 3 p. A Battery boilers exploded in c. E. Holden a fire Clay Brick works at Mineral Point demolishing the entire Northern part the building. Four persons were seriously injured. A boy let a the name Graham a Man named Housberger Frank Harter and George Milwood. Graham died about 9 clock saturday night. The others will probably recover. The works were badly damaged the loss to property being two three thousand dollars. Several months will be required to repair the works. The cause the explosion is supposed to be the weakening the stays by the use Sulphur water. The peaceable Little town new Cumberland was thrown into quite a commotion saturday last about 10 clock by a tragedy yet somewhat unexplainable. Or. Lincoln Albaugh was married to miss Bell Merrick Delroy in september last. Owing to ill health . Albaugh did not go to housekeeping but went to his fathers while she refused to go and remained with friends and acquaintances elsewhere. Albaugh became quite ill and sent for his wife. She came and remained with her husband and All seemed to go right except that a few Days ago mrs. Albaugh inquired for a revolver that belonged to one the boys and which had been hidden by one Albaugh a Sisters. She said that she wanted to shoot a cat with it and hunted until she found it. She went into the room where her husband was sitting he having just got out bed then being Able to be up a portion the time and gave him an old letter to read. Albaugh said he did not care to read old letters but she insisted. While he was Reading the letter she placed the revolver to her head and fired the Ball entering above the ear and toward the right Eye she dropping by his Side. The alarm was Given and drs. Leggett and Herron were immediately summoned who probed for the Ball but could not find it. She is still alive at this writing. It was a severe Shock to her husband and his fathers family. There is some mystery about the affair that has not been fully developed and probably never will be. In her bosom was found a note giving As a reason for the rash act that she loved another and made a request to be taken Home to Delroy for burial. There seems to have been a love mystery connected with it. The affair is a sad occurrence to both families. Drs. Helms and Cornett port Washington was in town saturday. Or. Peter Goeler . Swartz and Lawbaugh spent tuesday in this City. Or. James e. Graham Uhrichsville we Are glad to notice is Able to be about again. _ miss Georgia Albert left saturday for Mattoon Illinois to visit friends and relatives. Miss Maggie Fisher canal Dover is the guest her Cousin mrs. Charles Axx this week. I Philip Doerfer and Lon Shetler Baltic enjoyed the Balmy air tuesday in a trip to the county seat. Miss Lizzie Torgler who resides with mrs. Battershell East front Street is visiting her parents and friends in York township. Or. And mrs. John Strickmaker canal Dover Ohio Are visiting c. G. Hawk and other old time friends. Pabilen Gazette. Mrs. Wymer Kansas who has been spending several weeks with her sister mrs. Henry Sargent West front St., returned Home Friday last. Or. Ruben Robb a compositor in the Democrat office received a stroke paralysis monday morning. He is lying very Low and it is doubtful whether he will recover. Jacob Young one the staunch democrats Dundee called us saturday and paid his subscription to january 1889. We Are pleased to find such prompt patrons. T. Meyer Omaha and Nephew i. Gentsch is in this City arranging to move the drug Stock . Gentsch to Washington d. C., at which place he and . Gentsch will Start a drug store. The misses Blanch and Vinnie Smith Cree Alamon Emma Brown and Beck Morehead Uhrichsville Bell Rice Carrie Geiser and wealthy crites canal Dover were present at the i Loup mansion Friday evening last. Or. T. Ferroil attorney Carroll county was in town tuesday. Or. Ferrell has gathered quite a practice in Carroll and Tuscarawas counties notwithstanding the fact that he manages a farm and lives in the country. Or. John Hughes an employee the pipe works this place returned to his native land Canada and took unto himself a wife. The Happy couple arrived in this City thursday last and Are stopping with that genial Landlady mrs. Battershell. We noticed quite a number Republican leaders at the Hub tuesday among whom were Joseph Loeb e. S. Souers . Stocker candidate for commissioner Lawbaugh for recorder and Vorherr for clerk. It looked As though a Council War was being held. Gentlemen done to waste your War paint. Obituary. Anarchist notes. Chicago october 29. An evening paper says a a there is an anarchistic plot to break blow up the jail the police think but extraordinary precautions Are being taken to crush it in its inception. One arrest has already been made and there is Likely to be More arrests made to night. The person arrested a boy was seen loitering about the jail last thursday in the company a Man. When they found they were being watched they attempted to run away. The boy was captured but the Man escaped. The police searching the boy discovered several papers giving a description the jail. The police Are now endeavouring to find the Man who escaped and Are preserving the utmost secrecy in the a new Story. A Rumor was current this evening that Rudolph Schnaubelt the Laymar Ket bomb thrower had sent his Mother from Germany to Chicago to reveal the entire bomb throwing conspiracy with a View to the release at least four the condemned anarchists. Mrs. Schnaubelt reached Chicago to Day and was admitted to the jail to see her son in Law Michael Schwab with whom she had conference an hour after which she retired to the Home her daughter mrs. Schwab. The latter in reply to an inquiry stated that her Mother had brought something importance to Schwab but would not Tell what it was. The Rumor was that mrs. Schnaubelt has affidavits from it Udolph Schnaubelt which will show that Schwab Fielden Parsons and Fisher knew nothing the plot to throw bombs and that but five men in Chicago knew it and those five were spies Engel Lingg Zeglor and Schnaubelt. It is stated that it is mrs. Schnaubelt a intention to present her songs affidavits to governor Oglesby Early in the coming week. New York october 29. At the Freiheit office the following copy a communication the anarchist Case to president Cleveland at Washington was received to Day from Holland Haag Holland october 15, 1887. To the president the United states the Council general the social democratic federation in Holland feeling indignant at the infamous judgment the Illinois supreme court in the Case anarchists at Chicago we hold that the throwing a Boom in the meeting held May 4th, 1880, was provoked by an outrageous assault the police upon the Peoples right free speech. Furthermore As the thrower the Boom is not known the charging the seven anarchists with the guilt this act is essentially arbitrary and the outgrowth class hatred therefore the social democratic federation Holland in the name humanity Liberty and Justice protests against the sentence death passed upon the Chicago anarchists and despising the ruling classes for making themselves a party to this murder we shall hold the president the United states personally responsible if their lives Are taken. Tiie Council general. The citizens our town was severely shocked monday morning last when the news spread abroad the sudden death sex judge James Patrick. He had been in perfect health and Sabbath evening went to his office about six clock. His usual hour for returning Home arrived but still he did not come and the family All except Jimmie his son retired. Jimmie waited for his father to return until after 10 clock and finally started for bed. After having partially he became uneasy and concluded to go and look for him. On going to the office he found him lying the floor cold in death. The alarm was Given and a formal inquest held and his body removed to his Home. A stroke apoplexy did the fatal work and he died without the presence a Loving Friend. Words could not picture the grief and sorrow his family when the news was carried to them so suddenly. Judge Patrick was about sixty years age and had been a member the bar Many years having a lucrative practice. He served As common pleas judge five years and was possessed Strong judicial qualities. He was social and had hosts friends not Only in Tuscarawas county but also in Harrison and Jefferson counties. He is one three Brothers the surviving ones being Hon. A. W. Patrick and Andrew Patrick. There Are two Sisters mrs. Moffit and mrs. Mcfarland All the children judge James Patrick sr., who was ie the first judges associate judge in Tuscarawas county. The Patrick family have always been prominent in Tuscarawas county being among her Early sett lers and closely Allied with her interests. Judge James Patrick leaves a widow one son and three daughters All whom have honoured the father who was Ever kind and indulgent and who Are worthy bearers the honoured name. May god help and Aid them in this their hour grief. The remains were Laid to rest in the new Philadelphia cemetery to Day. Or. William Minnis Fairfield township died thursday last at the age seventy three years. He had been ailing several years. Or. Minnis was one the old reliable citizens prominent in his neighbourhood and in the Church. Lie leaves a grown up family six children and the aged widow. He was buried at St. Mathews Church. The sympathy Many friends is with the bereaved family. Jacob Riggle Beaver dam Valley dropped dead while at work monday. Paralysis heart disease is supposed to be the cause his death. He lives a farm and was in town saturday As Well As usual. His burial took place wednesday. Mrs. John Kreig Beaver dam died Friday evening aged Twenty four years and was buried sunday. She leaves an infant to be reared without a mothers care. Supreme court justices in conference. Washington october 29. The supreme court justices spent some time to Day in a conference Over the anarchist Case. A decision in the matter granting the writ error is looked for next monday. Nothing can be known definitely about their decision until the announcement is made in court. A protest. New York october 29. A meeting held under the auspices the knights labor took place tonight in Union Square to protest against the hanging the condemned Chicago anarchists. Not More than two thousand persons were present. Inspector Williams commanded the police Force 150 in the Square and kept them As much As possible out sight. Resolutions were passed calling upon the courts the nation to immediately release the condemned men and providing for the appointment a committee to proceed to Illinois and wait upon governor Oglesby if the supreme court fails to Grant a stay. Democratic meetings. Strasburg Friday evening november 4th. Leroy Mcgregor. Shanesville Friday evening november 4th. Hon. A. W. Patrick and John a. Buchanan. Phillips Burgh Friday evening nov. 4. Prof. Forney and James g. Patrick. Westchester Friday evening november 4. J ii Mitchell and t b Rankin. Ragersville saturday evening nov. 5th. Prof. Forney. Grange school House saturday evening november 5th. J h Mitchell and t b Rankin. Pike run monday evening november 7th. John a. Buchanan. By order committee. Driven Wells. Owners the a driven Well Patent Are seeking to collect a penalty Royalty wherever the Wells Are found. Concerning these claims a prominent lawyer says in the Dayton Herald 1. A Well that was put Down More than six years ago is outlawed. 2. A claim less than $500 cannot be taken to the United states courts. 3. No Patent is now involved it is out. 4. Wells put in before Bennett got the Patent Are merely personal claims and do not a a pass a by Sale Patent. 5. The Patent being a dead a no action will lie for a a a violation in the past. Action can Only be taken a a under a Patent in 6. All actions if it can be brought will necessarily he personal actions and As the claims will be under $100 must be before a Justice the peace with Security for costs and a jury to find the a a damages a and jurors Are not fierce innocent users a driven who Are in the wrong common pleas court. / i Eal estate for sae 250 acres land situated four Miles from new Philadelphia the Uhrichsville Road and 188 acres situated within two Miles said town. These Farns would be sold As a whole divided to suit purchasers. 140 acres situated near the town Strasburg 90 acres with Good buildings and Orchard situated near Uhrichsville Ohio. Nearly All the land in the above tracts Are Good Plain and River Bottom lands. Is acres Adjoint the town Pike run and 85 acres situated in Oxford township Tuscarawas county. A very desirable residence in new Philadelphia that would be sold traded for a desirable farm. Also two very desirable building lots North Broadway and other dwellings and town lots in said town. Inquire S. Romio attorney at Law. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. / p 38tfa the Way Dalzell expounds Republican principles. Youngstown o., october 31. Judge King and private Dalzell were at North Lima saturday night addressing a Republican meeting. At2 clock sunday morning Dalzell returned to the Tod House in a state intoxication. Early in the morning he was discovered groping around the hallways searching for his room in an almost nude condition. Landlord Baker charged a Dollar extra for the disturbance and made him move . Just at present. A How Many persons in this family ? a asked the water assessor As he stood the Steps a House. A Only one at present a slowly answered the woman. A no husband children a a i have a a is no the in town ? a a ooh a then there Are two a no sir not at present. Its his week for taking the outside the House and mine for taking the in. Next week you May find him in and me out. It All depends what kind a hold i get when the riot for Tariff Reform. A Dollar in the surplus is a Dollar Chicago Herald. The great duty to reduce taxation and scatter the surplus in the Best possible and the speediest . Y. Graphic. Three quarters the Tariff taxes Are Coli cited upon articles fairly classed As necessities. Cut them Down to a peace . Y. World. The Rural people the West Are not in favor maintaining the present enormous bounties and taxes the necessities life and they Are not in favor cheap whisky and nicotine and dear Chicago Tribune. A a every Well informed Man knows that any average rate taxation upon imported goods which would enable the government to realize the amount Revenue it would be compelled to raise from that source would More than compensate for the difference Between the Cost labor Here and in other manufacturing Carlisle. An end to Bone scraping. Edward Shepherd Harrisburg 111., says a a having received so much Benefit from electric bitters i feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore my leg for eight years my doctors told me i would have to have the Bone scraped leg amputated. 1 used instead three la get Les electric bitters and seven Lioves Bucklen a Arnica Salve and my leg is now sound and electric bitters Are sold at 50 cents a bottle and Buck la no a Arnica Salve at 25c. Per la it a by Miller amp son. Saved from a massacre. Crow Agency mont., october 31. Major Snyder with three troops the 5th infantry left fort Custer saturday and arrived at the Agency about noon just in time to prevent what seemed to have been a pre concerted attack the single company 34 men stationed Here. At 10 a. A Large party indians under the leadership sword bearer Rode up close to the Bluffs just above the Camp and held a Council. In a few moments parties four indians each Rode Down towards the Camp completely surrounding it. The whole Bunch indians then Drew their rifles out the slings their saddles and just As they began making threatening motions the head the column maj. Snyder a command appeared. The indians immediately withdrew. Vote for Powell and a Tariff for Revenue Only. Proceedings. Joseph Homer amp co v mrs y m Norton trial to court finding for plaintiff $350.34. Jacob Schneider v Jacob Knoblock judgment heretofore rendered modified so As to show Jacob Renner surety and Knoblock principal. We h Gray v Sarah e Gray decree divorce granted. We f Clark v Green Burry w Hilton it Al continued. Arnold Abbuhl v John Erwin dismissed. Melonia Riggle v John Heafner trial to court finding for plaintiff $143.30. Alice Payne v Margaret i Gravill settled. Harvey Spalding v Henry Stofer defendant to answer Decell it 1st. Elizabeth Yvo Olf v John lamas trial to jury verdict for plaintiff $63.27. Jasper ii Mitchell v Auld amp Conger trial to court error in Justice court finding upon pleadings and transcripts $115.35 instead $199.39 in hands plaintiff applicable to judgment so rendered. J j Patterson v Jesse i longshore default judgment $300.94. Transfers real estate. Market reports. Times office november 3, 1887. Flour Patent p bbl. $ 5 10 a a a a sack. 1 25 a a Best family bbl. $ 4 45 a a Amber % sack. 1 15 a a a a new proc. 1 50 wheat a Bushel. Corny new p Bushel. Go Oats new p a Bushel. 55 butter a Pound. 10� 18 eggs a dozen. 18 buckwheat flour a Pound. 03 hams a Pound. 10 shoulders a Pound. 08 sides a Pound. 08 lard a Pound. 07 tallow a Pound. H beef a Pound. 07� 15 Salt Goshen p barrel. 1 15 White Lime a barrel. 1 00 Akron cements a barrel. 1 35 calcined plaster a barrel. 2 25 land plaster a ton. 9 00 a a a a up barrel. 1 50 potatoes a Bushel new. 7 5 3 80 dried peaches a Pound. 05 rags a Pound. 01 onions a Bushel. 1 Hay a ton new. 8 00 Timothy seed a Bushel. 2 25 Wooi. 30 fertilizers a ton. 35 00 Clover seed a Bushel. 5 75 dried apples a Pound. 04 drought and cyclones. Las compiled in the office the recorder deeds. 1 s. E. Winkler to Jacob Weller part lots 15 and 1c, York township $500. Jacob Weller to Louisa c. Winkler part lots 15 and 16, York township $500. James Galbraith to Galbraith 12.j acres Rush township $500. Stephen ii. Edgar to Nathan s Bowers 32 acres pc Rev township $950. V p Renner to John Denzer lot 10 and part lot 11, Newcomerstown $1,-800. Joseph e Klar to Jeremiah Garber acres Franklin township $1,500. Geo miser to Anna s sen it lot 253, uti Richville $2,0c0. We c Thomas to Robert Smith part lot 184, Uhrichsville $1,300. Cd has w Skeels to we a Crist 17g 46-100 acres Warren township $12,350. We f Robson to we l Giles lot 9, Dennison $710. We tray to Lewis geekier lot 13, Valley City $350. Jas a i Richards to Simon j Beck lot 10, Dennison $350. Geo w Mckee it Al to Jas m Dennison kits 13 and 14, Dennison $110. We Knisely to Marion f Wood 7 acres new Philadelphia $1. E w 171�Rich to n f Sproul lot 5, Uhrichsville $1,000. Frank d crites to Mary a Rayner lot 5, new Philadelphia $800. Lewis Wolf to Jacob Fairless 18-100 acres Fairfield township $150. Ferdinand life wig to Ida e Webb 6 so rods Gnadenhutten $45o. David Shively to the Boa id education 1-5 acre Fairfield township $15. Samuel p Davis to Lewis a Helwig part lot 40, Bolivar $110. We l Mahnich to Geo e Schindler lot 44, Trenton $535. Edward a Mclean to we b Mclean lot 151, new Philadelphia $2,ggg.g7. Samuel Davis to a b seran part lot 5, new Cumberland $75, Albert Weaver to e c Lewis lot 59, Dover $1,000. seran to a b seran lot 16, new Cumberland $150. Jacob Knisely to Robert e Bitecofer lot i Fairfield township $50. We v Robson to thus j Thompson lots Dennison $710. John Caldwell to Lizzie k Miller lot 30, Uhrichsville $1,50 1. Geo m aug Koto Mathew Moyle lot 25, Mineral City $550. His Honor a levee. 500 Yards pushes and velvets in All colors and qualities. Also a Large line braids beaded sets worsted sets Gimps Jet ornaments in fact All dress trimmings will be reduced 15 to 20 per cent from this Date. Examine this Stock for styles and prices. Williams amp Horning new Philadelphia >., oct. 28. 2w 25 Plush Coats approval in three qualities. Any one can save from $5 to $5 a Plush coat As approval can be sold at greatly reduced prices. Orders taken for any size from 34 to 42 any one can examine this line Coats and order in any Grade. Williams so Horning new i�?Thilada., oct. 28, 1887. 2w lawyer if the court please i would like to have the jury woke up again judge the sheriff will Wake the jury. If the attorney the state will make his argument More pointed it will save the sheriff a sight extra Ial it for which there Are no fees allowed by Law. 45 new Market and children a wraps to be sold at a heavy sacrifice. The wraps must be sold out and any one who wants a cheap wrap must come in due season As they Are going fast at the prices we Are Selling them. Williams amp Horning new Philadelphia 2w our line gents furnishing goods is the largest and Best selected in the county at prices that defy completion. W. Sutton a co. 44w4 a a you see sir the Way it was this a said Harvey Smith As he toed the Mark. A a 1 came in from my farm with a Load potatoes. I met an old Friend named a a and sold him the Load a a a no sir. I met an old Friend named Williams and we had a talk about old a and he went Down to the Market with you a a a no sir. I met an old Friend named Williams and he asked me to have a Glass Beer with him. I think it was Beer i think that was what they called a a was it two thirds froth a a a yes a and tasted a dozen adulteration a a a yes a a then it must Havel it Cen Beer. a a Well we had three glasses apiece. 1 supposed it was some new drink some sort Root Beer put up for fall use but when i started everything looked crooked to me. The first thing i knew i was lying the sidewalk too weary for anything and 1 can barely remember being a a Well Harvey you look like an innocent Young a a yes a a Ever drunk before a a a never a a a and after this a a after this i shall confine my drink to soda water with Sass Varilly syrup. They can to fool me that. I can Tell the a Holt Sass Varilly any Day in the year. J ready the fact a a Well i think ill suspend sentence Dituro Many in your Case but if you should a a a but 1 never shall a Good Bye Square and if the lord done to bless you for this in a much mistaken a a free press. A nov theory a to their tenses. And some suggest oui for t heir prevention a a subject Well deserving thoughtful consideration. The following article by . Thomas e. Hill editor Hill s National Liu Ihler contains certainly so to thoughts worthy the attention scientists and agriculturists everywhere. The author the article is himself a thorough scholar a close observer and a tireless student Many social As will As economic questions. Thu conclusions he arrives at Are based upon years careful study and observation. And coming As they do from a Man Hilt attainments Are certain to attract attention. Or. Hill says a during a recent journey to Europe the passage across the Ocean was especially unpleasant because fogs the Only Consolation in contemplating them being that they represented the work nature in drawing moisture from the water which wafted Inland fell upon the soil in refreshing rain gathered in the Brooks and Rivers and flowed to the sea to be again thus sent Back to freshen and brighten the palsied Earth. A the Speed our vessel was materially retarded by winds from the West a common occurrence in the summer season. The fogs and moisture through these winds Are driven upon the continent where drought Seldom prevails and particularly do they freshen tin verdure Ireland and hence the Brilliant Green the Emerald Isle. A in reflecting upon this subject 1 contemplated the drought then prevailing in several the Western and Middle states the Union. What had they to gather rain from alas what have they for a generation our banners have been draining their land moisture. They have been running their tiling through every Slough they have drawn out the water from every swamp they have dried up the Pond they have obliterated the Beautiful Little Lake. In doing this they have made such easy and rapid egress for rainfall from the soil As to endanger the Homes and farm land Allun sett lers along the great Rivers in the a a n Southern regions our country already inflicting great distress los life and property equating in value Many millions dollars a an Evi which is growing in magnitude each year. A the result this wholesale draining the upper country water is not Only thus disastrous to life and property along the larger streams from frequent overflow but there is such absolute drainage moisture from that Earth As to produce severe drought accompanied by such intense heat an dryness atmosphere As results in the Hurricane the Cyclone and i numer ble Village Prairie and Forest tires. A in tin Early Days when the Proee evaporation moisture went Forward from the swamps tin Ponds an i lakes our Western and Middle states an extended drought with extremely intense heat was comparatively rare. In those Days Sun stroke be very uncommon and the Cyclone a i comparatively unknown. This year we Are in 11n second season drought in various portions the country while every year brings its devastation from wind the result an excessively dry and frequently disturbed condition the atmosphere. A with the land thus denuded natural water Supply there is but one course for our Farmers to pursue to it it save themselves from these evils. They May Drain their soil but they shout gather the rainfall in Ponds and Lake scattered throughout their ends. It Stead running drains through am. Out the swamp they should Lead to it it an excavation such size As circumstances will permit which should b made at a depth three four feet where the water can gather and Wii. Remain throughout the year que Nehin the thirst animals giving drink to Birds a Reservoir in ease lire a Horn for Lish a spot Beauty which nut sail the boat an Opportunity for tie Bath and for teaching the Young Pelt pie to swim. It will yield ice Forth family provide skating for the Hupp youth in Winter time and moisture which through evaporation will a into the Cloud to to returned Agai. Through rainfall to the needy Earth. A no fear need be entertained stagnation from water thus held in i serve l ish will themselves Puri. It. Every rain will change it while if the Lake covers an acre More i area the wind will constantly keep i pure. The writer in proof this a an artificial Lake his farm the a suit dredging a swamp which u filled Only by rain till the water being in the driest Eason always perfectly Clear and fresh. A the Low lauds the general abandonment farms and Homes from liver overflow will be the inevitable outcome this water wastage in ground. Such is a while the expend millions Dollar by the government in the construction levees and embankments along the great Rivers will be necessary for the further Protection adjoining property. Vastly letter that this expenditure be made in holding tin water where it is required in the up $250 in Cash 3 Worcester a and 3 websters dictionaries Worth $89, and 4 i �1,i t t i i i ,. A Dot the farms a Inland states dictionary holders Worth $15.50, Given i with us am in nature makes and As 1 Kizes for Best essays answering the j while they will afford health att Rae question a a a by should i use a diction j Tion and pleasure in a thousand ways Ary Holder a for full particulars Send i they will give us Back the uniform to la Verne w. Noyes 99 and 101 w. I rainfall we had in the Early Settle Monroe Street Chicago the maker meat the country when successive dictionary holders. Or inquire at your Bookstore. 39w7 seasons drought Forest Lues Ami cyclones were

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