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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 8, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times Ruby shed Kekry thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in Ilic county. Books Bill Taos posters 01 every description done Sciort notice. Your favor 80licitkp volume Iii. Professional chaos. A yrs. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon. New Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 49yl up c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Of rce inthe Patrick building South Broadway evidence two doors South c a p depot to a8. A. Richards. Jos. T. Mccullough. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane 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 a a loaning counties office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. A ii. Booth. Attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collect Loiis executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted 10 his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Joseph p. Murphy a livery amp feed stable Phiillip built 1 it. Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 25. 44mii Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises bores 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 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller a n Babcock Hurd. Amp co., wholesale grocers 10g amp 108 water St., c Leveland. P. Ii. Babcock h. Ii urd jr., cd Babcock ii. A. Bishop Mcclelland Hurd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., halted new York for the Sale t Luis coie rated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 2iyl the Wilsey House new Philadelphia. Of Iii. 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. Oil t. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry Nestly done. Carious Teetie removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an shared. Mir office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio Lyl remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out new Johnson x House. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ohio. T�rm8�?11.50 to 82.00, according to room. t1i08. Ii. Case 52yl l. Holder. Money to loan re first mortgage farm Security a get Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More and for sums 81,out and upwards. Privilege making partial payments sum More Loans granted and Extension it it Lima Given when interest is kept up promptly. No commission and no charges for recording mortgagees. For further particulars and into nation address we. Ii. Ross Gen l agent new Philadelphia Ohio. 42m>> october 1l 1838. Children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby we sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. Co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis new Philadelphia times. The Quot times Quot advertising rates. Space. One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . 5 1 in s 2 i $ 3 00 it 5 00 1 0 5 i 7 50 15 h 3 00 50 12 50 22 50 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 s 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per Philadelphia o., thursday november 8, 1888. Number 46. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday november 8, 1888. Office in Hummel Block East High s. Second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4/> Cleveland is Defeated. Sarthe new times Wii get published every thursday morning in n. Philadelphia Ohio at the following rat a one year. Cash in it if not paid within six months. 1 remittances should be sent by draft. Registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication. To Tite times. The total number persons in the employ the Pullman Palace car co. Is 10,530. The United states supreme court has lately declared ail statute Laws imposing a License tax upon commercial tra veers it residents the state unconstitutional. Tuesday morning was very pleasant and the vote was fully two thirds polled by noon but rain sat in in the afternoon making a very gloomy Day for the Edos my the great Battle the ballots. Political discussions have caused Many brawls and taken away several lives during this Campaign. People should learn to talk politics in As pleasant a manner As any other topic. Geo. Ii. Vanderbilt has bought 1000 acres land the Hanks the Swan Noah River in North Carolina which he will found a Large Industrial Institute Winch will he thrown open to All poor White youth who wish to be taught How to make a living. An ignore t italian procured one Hundred Sticks dynamite to use m the Coal min s m Clinton county a. Last saturday he undertook to use them without fuse. The result was that fifteen out the Twenty one in the Drift were instant v killed. Tuesday the eventful Day in american polities has come and gone. Our Brave and patriotic president is Defeated not because his policy not because unpopularity but because the pure cuss Edness the tammany democracy in new York state. The complications in the party Over the mayoralty in new York City and Over the governor wherein the Temperance quit Stion also Cut a figure was the cause the defeat. The National ticket was traded for votes for Hill for governor and for the anti Temperance candidate for mayor. The republicans saw the Opportunity to Trade for votes for Karri i i us the National ticket was bar tend away. Hill is not More popular than level and and the fact his being elected by a Large majority is evidence the trading. New York state will give probably 5 do rep. Maj. This is the Pivotal Date and settles the question. I Nodi. A at Titis writing is claimed by parties although there is a prob a Unity a Small Republican majority. Ohio a i n claimed by both parties but will doubtless fall into the Republican Exumn with five to ten thousand Majzun Republican. The democracy Ohio dal Well although in a Wool state vie re the free Trade cry was Lier added Over the state for the purpose in. Jib the Farmer. The fact the Republican majority being greatly reduced in Ohio is evidence that the president it Tariff views did not Hurt him. The b b still lives and will live until tiie dts a Reform is made. The democratic party although Defeated will St did by the Tariff Reform until Justice prevail.-. The Parry has met defeat before and w 11 rally the stronger now. Alii in e is claimed by both parties but the official returns Only will show ther. All other a Tats remain As in i a -1, v. Ime what varied majorities. Tin i i socratic majority in Tuscarawas county will be about 780, about the same m a Little larger than in 1884. All our a m i it it from first to last Are up with heir ticket in this county. We have Given the vote townships in a t big iia up from the ticket accompany g the returns except infirmary director and Coroner. We could not a it Tii latter Complete. A compar i the 1 is year shows the majorities in each b it Enship and the gains and loss. A it each party. The returns county were slow coming in but our Tab is ii Ostant ally Correct. Some brute anarchist education sent a package dynamite through the Coffeyville Kansas express office which explode causing the death two ladies. Is it not time every anarchist was driven from the american continent Hung up ? and the United states land commission reports Large quantities Timber stole from the Public lands in Western Floral Are being shipped to foreign ports. Italian firm composed wholly Alii is charged with despoiling the pub lands millions feet Timber. A Steamboat which Sank some time ago in forty feet water in the River near Evansville ind., mysteriously Rose the other Day to the surface. An investigation the phenomenon is said to have revealed the fact that it had been uplifted by the gasses generated in the bodies thirty cattle confined the lower deck. It might save a great Deal trouble and expense to ship a Herd Gas distilling cattle Board our Navy vessels. Two tons Nitro Glycerine stored in a Magazine at Shanopi pa., was exploded the 5th inst., by a tramp. The Earth was torn up for 500 Yards Trees an eighth a file away were rent asunder and Many houses were torn to pieces. The residence George and William Wilson and Thomas Mccoy a half a mile away were completely shattered and the occupants thrown through the windows. Fortunately they were not seriously injured and As far As can be ascertained no one was killed with the possible exception the tramp. The loss will be heavy but cannot yet be estimated. All the Money which the world possesses to Day would Only Purchase one third its railways since to Day the railroads the world Are Worth nearly $50,000,000,000, about one tenth the total monetary wealth the total civilized nations and Over one Quarter their invested capital. In comparison with this sum the amount Money invested in the banking throughout the entire world is but a Trille. The Railroad business is one which is increasing at an almost incredible rate Speed. In 1875 the worlds railways totally aggregated 185,000 Miles while in 1885 they were Over 300,000 railroads thus showing an increase 155,000 Miles in ten years an average upward 11,000 Miles a year. When it is considered that this would mean the laying each year railway enough to reach nearly half around the Earth the magnitude the increase can be in a measure appreciated. Manitoba Ray. A magnificent daily train service Quot the Montana will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a Anil a free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana for maps and general information inquire your own ticket . I. Whitney Gene a . And to t at St. Paul Minnesota. We take pleasure in informing our readers that the Ohio Fanner which has a National reputation As the leading agricultural journal the country is offered for the coming year at Only one Dollar per year. It will be sent to new subscribers to january 1s90 that is the Remau Ider 1888 free. Its very Large circulation now running Over sixty five thousand subscribers reaches every state and its Liberal advertising patronage enables its publishers to give to the Farmers this country one the very Best most enterprising reliable and instructive agricultural live Stock and family journals America at the very Low Price one Dollar per year. The Ohio Farmer is published at Cleveland Ohio is National in everything except in name is a lg-page�?64-column�? weekly fifty two issues a year and is acknowledged authority All agricultural subjects. It is conducted by an Able and experienced editorial and business management Liat spares no expense labor to add everything possible to its value. Specimen copy and Premium list will be sent free to All applicants by addressing the Ohio Farmer Cleveland Ohio. Or. Lie it Bricker one the judges election at Philipsburg Jefferson univ. A. Ays there was music in the air fora while election Day Over a Cialle. D vote. A Young Man by the name it Black whose parents reside in York township hut who has been working h r to Mph Murphy in Jefferson for the past six months and a it 1 himself for a year to ome and v a a his washing it Murphy a . It vote. The vote was challenged by the publican judges claiming that list Home was in York township. Black won. His Home was in Jefferson because if his washing being there and that a a a Ingle Man and made his Home wherever he worked. The Republican judges rejected the vote still. A Row was eminent for some time but the vote was finally allowed to go in after the Republican members the Board required Black to swear that he would not go Back to his parental Home to live during this period for which he had hired. Some very erroneous views get afloat about the election Laws. According to the views some the partisans a single Man could vote nowhere except where his parents resided. According to such erroneous views a single Many a parents would have to die before be could vote any where except where his parents resided. It seems extremely partisan for either Side to challenge1 votes such grounds. In this Case the democracy was right and asserted the right. Probably the Only town in the United states without a living inhabitant is situated in Hodgeman county and once known As Orwell. Four years ago it was a nourishing Little Village supporting a Good newspaper and showing vat rious other signs Prosperity. Two years later the Road was completed to Jetmore which proved a death blow to Orwell. It began at once to decline and until some time ago remained Only As a Post office and Small trading Post. Even the condition affairs has been numbered among the things that were and to Day not a living inhabitant remains to Tell 111c Story. Most the houses still remain gazing complacently the vast extent surrounding Kint a n Mercury Kansas. Or John Buss will offer at Public Sale november 17th, the premises Eli a Law deceased near Blackband station the following property to wit i Brood Mare 1 two year old Colt s yearling Colts 1 Brood sow 6 Milch cows 1 Road Wagon 1 Spring Wagon 1 Sulkey Corn plow Harrow mowing machine fanning Mill and other articles too numerous to mention. Also 16 head sheep and one saw Mill. Sale to commence at 10 clock a. In. Terms made known Day Sale. P. Ii. Read the Standard had we. Gould the Tuscarawas county Democrat arrested this morning for compounding a felony. At a hearing before Squire Richards this morning Gould gave Bond in the sum $300 to await the action the grand jury. Lie read claims that Gould had offered to Compromise the libel suit now pending against read. Gould denies it. Some time ago a teacher answering a Knock at the school door found one her pupils wrapped up to protect her from the rain. Quot teacher Mother says i come to school to Day a cause it Rains a and Down stairs the Little maid fled like a heightened Deer a Albany journal. The times will still be published from Salt River Barracks. The Only Consolation is that our Republican friends will give us free whisky. Abst edict votes Given in the county Tuscarawas and state Ohio at the Electon held november 6,1888, for it. And county officer a daring robber election precincts. Auburn. Bucks. Clay. Dover. Fairfield. Franklin. Goshen precinct no. Precinct no. Precinct no. Product no. Jefferson. Lawrence. Mill precinct no. 1precinct no. 2precinct no. 3dennison. Oxford. Perry. Rush. Salem. Sandy. Sugar Creek. Union. Warren. Warwick. Washington. Wayne. York. Names candidates. Total vote for Eracli candidate. Names county. Majorities Cleveland. Harrison. To a 3 e s it Mph Owens. A Lybarger. Kinsey. I Crawford. 1 1 Emerson. Mills. 202 56 200 56 200 56 200 56 2ol 56 251 31 z51 31 251 31 251 31 250 32 150 162 150 162 150 162 150 162 150 162 676 4-58 676 458 676 458 767 458 761 3 >5 134 152 134 152 134 152 134 56 121 162 140 117 141 116 141 116 141 116 136 120 140 110 140 110 149 110 148 110 140 109 268 167 268 367 268 365 28.8 346 266 265 202 2.80 201 280 200 270 308 24 276 293 210 47 210 47 210 47 210 47 203 62 154 178 1.84 178 184 178 184 178 184 178 125 205111 244 111 244 114 241 116 237 ill 245 308 308 308 &Quot.30.8 306 .300 312 304 308 3 >8 2.58 233 258 233 258 233 258 233 257 233 101 120 101 120 102 120 107 112 1 h 120 274 1-58 274 1.58 274 158 274 158 272 153 217 235 217 235 217 235 217 235 214 235 283 i i 2s3 11 28.5 76 283 1 77 277 82 26 135 26 135 26 1.35 36 135 21 14u 103 125 103 126 103 125 104 124 01 137 152 165 152 165 152 165 152 165 1 152 165 135 78 135 78 135 78 135 78135 78 217 71 217 71 217 71 217 71 210 71 108 59 15 8 59 198 59 201 56 100 i 58 1i 1.1 5 it Jug a i i q i and p 143. 220 i. 2is&Quot. 30 a coif 25 l ii a Quot 206 116 139 12 1 12 117 i 12 u full returns could not be obtained up to time going to press but will appear next week. Doings the week. The times has the Best report election returns in this county. Our City a visitors. Rev. J. W. Jim Aster universalist will preach sunday november 11, 1888, at 1 clock p. M., at Eagle Hall. Rev. Or. F. James will preach in the new Philadelphia Baptist Church sunday morning and evening. Remember that the times office is Well equipped to turn out first class Job work at reasonable rates. The new Philadelphia District conference will Convene in this City monday nov. 12th, and hold a three Days session. Or. Frank Spach this City is an artist no mean ability As several Fine paintings at his residence attest the excellency his Handiwork. Tuscarawas county has an Are 520 Square Miles population 40,198. Guernsey county has and area 460 Square Miles population,27,497.�?freeport press. Van Baker found guilty murder in the second degree at Wellsburg West ya., and will go to prison for life. It was his second trial for killing his wife and her Mother. Emperor William is said to be an inveterate smoker cigarettes smoking chem at meals Between the courses. He eats but Little and Seldom drinks wine but takes quantities Tea. The name the White House is derived from the fact the Virginia Freestone which it is built being painted White to conceal the discoloration caused by smoke and weather. The Little six year old daughter . And mrs. I. R. Hendershot died thursday morning last diphtheria. The funeral took place saturday. Another member the family is sick with the same disease but will recover. H. T. Minnis our City has lately purchased the furniture the Gilsey House which was kept by . Bailey and is now in charge and glad to accommodate the Public. Or. Minnis will make an excellent landlord and his House will be equal to any in the City. Done to forget to Call and see for yourself. A commercial drummer who met Anna Dickinson at Layfette made her a proposal marriage. If the matter has Ever been in doubt it is now certain that nothing can shake the firm nerve daunt the fearless breast a commercial drummer. For bargains in stoves tinware and Iron Ware go to John w. Fineren Dennison. If you Are in need tin roofing spouting any kind Job work Call him and get a first class Job done at reasonable rates. All work guaranteed. Done to forget the place Dennison Ohio. We learn from the Dennison paragraph that Charles a. Boegel Uhrichsville is lying seriously ill at the residence his Mother in Carrollton. Kidney disease is the trouble lie was Foreman the Standard office in this City for Many months. We Hope be May recover. The 29th session the new Philadelphia District conference to be held in this City from nov. 12th to 14th, will be interest to Church goers the m. E. And other denominations. A program each Days services has already been Given to the Public and we infer the session will be in every Way profitable. James Dixon a Farmer Stark co., was induced to sign what he thought was Only an arrangement to distribute books in his township. This was done about three years ago. He has just been notified that a note for several Hundred dollars is held by an Alliance Bank. Farmers should beware strangers and what they sign. For Sale will Trade for a Small piece land property in new Philadelphia a hotel stand in the town Philipsburg this county. The lot is Large and has Good buildings it also Hall rink the same lot. A Good bar and Pool room in connection with the hotel. Good stable. For information Call at the times office. 46tf. Mies Minnie Noah Odio has been holding revival services at the u. B. Church the past we Eek will remain this week and Over Sabbath. Miss Noah is an enthusiastic Earnest worker and her efforts Over the Sabbath Are spoken in the highest terms. She Speaks rapidly and her sermons Are Clear and full thought. Her work and Power Over an audience is an evidence what Devotion she gives to the cause. Or. John ready is in the City. Or. C. Gentsch Washington came Home to vote. Miss Florence Baird Scio is the guest miss 9/innie Spence. Mrs. Andrew Snyder is visiting Massillon friends this week. Mrs. James Yant Fostoria is visiting her parents . And mrs. Otis. Or. And mrs. Edwin Arnold spent the Sabbath in new Philadelphia. Or. Patterson South Broadway has been very ill for some Days. A. R. Holmes Post office inspector came Home to vote tuesday. Mrs. Mcdermott Leroy spent a few Days in new Phil a this week. Miss to Holloway Canton spent several Days with friends in our City. Messes. Will Hill and Homer Anderson Uhrichsville Sun Dayed in our City. _ miss Sallie Logan Uhrichsville visited her Friend mrs. John c. Donahey last mrs. P. E. Becktel Ashland Ohio visited at the residence same i Moore this week. _ miss Hortense i line who has been a visiting tour since july returned Home yesterday. The Little daughter . Ellsworth Mathias fell Down stairs and broke her Arm one Day last week. Miss finnic Smith came up saturday and remained until monday with her Quot Coz a miss Nano Booth. J . And mrs. Sargent Lorain we Ere the guests . And mrs. Crist Neider Hauser Over the Sabbath. Mrs. Jacob Dick entertained a number friends tuesday evening m Honor . And mrs. De. Dick tins City. Uhrichsville. Sixty thousand fire Brick Civ turned out at Diamond fire Clay cons works one Day last week. A new Extension is being m eted 64 x 128, four stories at tin d. F. C. Cons works. Work the foundation bus already begun and it is expected to be pushed Forward toward comply ii it a at an Early Date. The Standard Oil co. Have pm Ted a warehouse in Edgefield and also put in a Side track thereto from the in line the c. L. Amp w. Jas. Cooper Sec a the i. F. Co., has been the sick list for several Days. John Bray formerly treasurer Jefferson county is superintend leg tie construction several Large Sowers in Dennison. The same Are i g Laid with sewer pipe. The i. F. C. Co. Has the contracts. The Uhrichsville f. C. Co. Will Start up this week in full blast. Many re Paris have been found Nee it try Wii to break Downs. New men operatives who understand the manufacture Brick and sewer pipe Are constantly employed. We Are indebted to a number r. A subscribers in the Busy Little City for the prompt payment subscriptions. A new locomotive is turned Cut the Dennison shops about Ever month. Several old ones Are now being i a constructed. Rev. J. Huston pastor the u Richville m. E. Church Dot Liv it n 1 a lecture saturday evening m that it i five entitled Quot telescopic View . The an theopis men As Scon from ill the proceeds go into a fund for Church purposes. K. For Sale.�?20 acres land situated in Goshen township Tus. Co., Ohio. Large Frame House Good stable and outbuilding Orchard apples pears peaches Etc. This property is within a Quarter a mile the Goshen Coal works. These works Are owned and operated by one the Best Jonq Anies in Ohio. Property Well situated for a boarding House. Twenty thousand Bank pos scan be made from the Prem ses and which find ready Sale. Apply at the times office to Henry Burton the premises. Get. I. Pm it it a robs an express car in Louis Iana. # new Orleans nov. 3. The United states express messenger the train the new Orleans and northeastern railway which arrived Here this morning at 7 clock was robbed at 5 a. Betws Een Lacey and Derby stations fifty Miles from this City. The express officials decline to state the amount the robbery but it is understood the loss is Between $40,000 and g50,000. Between the stations above named the robber entered the express car where Henry a Elroy the baggage master was sitting a Chest near the Middle the car and express messenger Charles Lourey was at one end the car checking off freight. The robber came first to the baggage master presented a pistol and requested me Elroy to hold his hands it quickly throwing a sack Over me Elroy a head the robber gave his attention to the messenger who was required at the Point a pistol to open the Safe. A sack was then placed Over the messenger s head while the robber proceeded with the work securing the Money. \ after securing the contents the Safe the robber pulled the Bell rope the train being then near Nicholson station 45 Miles from this City. When the train topped he left the car unobserved. The conductor did not know Why the train topped and starting Forward to As Tain found the near end the coach i it to the baggage car locked and the key left in the door the outside. When the express car was reached both a a Elroy and Lourey were found standing with their hands up and sacks Over their Heads. They we Ere unit v the impression that the robber was i present. Only one robber was seen by Loury. Asked for a ride. Wilkes Barre pa., nov. 3. Another horrible outrage similar to the Mcclure Flannagan tragedy the Mountain was enacted a lonely Road Between 1�?Tittston and pleasant Valley la night. Two Well known citizens in Piston Henry Berler and George Llewellyn were driving Home in a car i i a from pleasant Valley when they wire stopped in the Middle the Road by two men who asked for a ride. The occupants the Carriage refused and drove . The men in the Road then i 1 from rifles fatally wounding Berler i seriously injuring his companion. B re r has four bullets in his body. Tbs re is great excitement and Lynch Law is threatened. They must go. Court common pleas. I la e americans who Are a a working a the King Bavaria. Mrs. Jesse Baker and her sister Jary Fox canal Dover spent Sabbath with their Mother in new Philadelphia. Mrs. A. J. Smith and Little daughter Katie Tippecanoe visited mrs. Same a Moore North Broadway last week. Miss Minnie Snyder started for Green Iowa monday last to spend the Winter with her sister mrs. Dan a Hess. We regret to learn that mrs. Canfield is still suffering from a fall in messes. Urfer amp Kinsey a store a Short time ago. V. Ream who has been travelling this state in the interest the state democratic committee returned Home from Columbus monday. Or. James Kaldenbaugh and lady have returned from their Honey Moon trip and now Are settled to business and a Happy tour through life a toils. M issues Maude and May Williams entertained their Young lady friends very pleasantly and the Young gents gave Quot the crowd Quot Taffy last la allow Een. The y. P. W. Of Emanuels lutheran Church entertained about eighty their Young friends monday evening at the residence miss Emma Dearborn. I cd Cream cake and Taffy were served and it proved a very enjoyable affair. All present appreciated the music singing and recitations. New York nov. 3. A special from Munich says popular excitement at Stuttgart is ablaze again Over the americans Woodlock and Jackson who have obtained such a mysterious control Over the King. Prime minister von Mittnacht returned to Stuttgart and after a conference with his colleagues decided to give the the alternative either expelling the americans enduring a revolt against tiie Crown by the natives. Woodlock and Jackson Are dentists from Steubenville Ohio. She was hurrying. The american fat St mow. Excursion to Chimayo via that ,i/ a a Janes. Excursion tickets will be sold to Chi j Cago nov. 12, 14, 16,19,21 and 25. J 1888, from All principal stations the j Pennsylvania lines West Pittsburgh i at Low round trip rates which include j admission to the show. For full information apply to the nearest passenger ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines. 46w2 politics and bad whisky. A Little girl out Prospect was told by her Mamma that Thunder was the voice god. One Day the Little girl Walt playing in the Yard when the Low muttering an approaching storm were heard. The Little girls Mamma her to come in and the obedient child gathered up her belongings and started into the House. Just As she got near the door there was an unusually Harp peal Thunder. The Little girl turned quickly and said a ooh god you holler so loud for i am hurrying As fast As i can 1�?� some foolish people cause a bloody fight Between v. Hit is and negroes in aim. Cadiz november 5. A bloody fight took place her s Zitur Day night late Between White and negroes which almost terminated in a not. The cause the trouble was political differences and bad whisky. Money to loan. Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond the reach Medicine. They often say Quot it will Wear away a Blit in most cases it wears them could they be induced to try the successful Medicine called Kempis Balsam which is sold a positive guarantee to cure they would immediately see sex Eoll. It effect after taking the first dose. Price 50 cents and $1. Trial size free. At 46yl All druggists. Stanley Matthews. I have Money to loan Tuscarawas county real estate Long time secured by first mortgage. John a. Himes. New Philadelphia it. 41w3 mrs. Helen Mccleary and Little son Oliver John Stelling William Allens we Call him a a bub for Short came up from Newcomerstown a Short visit to show his grandpa and numerous namesakes his first tooth. Married. at the lutheran parsonage in Trenton november 1, �?T88, by Rev. C. A. Fetzger . Charles Bender and miss Ada c. Hite both War Wick township Tuscarawas county By Rev. J. R. Keyes at the methodist episcopal parsonage nov. 3, 1888, . Harry e. Ditto Cleveland and miss Lida Dithridge this City. Died. John Hertzig aged 77, an old resident Oldtown died Early sunday morning Erysipelas. Funeral services were conducted from the lutheran Church tuesday. Alfred Bailey and de. Kalden migh will each have a new hat and we will have to Wear our old one up Salt River. They Are both Good . Ver and we Hope they will be conv d 1 fore 1892. An irishman who had a very rag ged coat was asked what stuff t a made. A a i done to know a said a Quot but i think the most it is made i it Ltd i air. A Quot Paradise lost a says a recent writer a a was sold for a song. A the Man who i bought it for a song must have co d ered himself badly sold when lie tried to sing . 10,000 lbs. Of Wool wanted for which j will full Market Price for the above amount. 25 John Burry j English pique kid gloves sold Only at the store mrs. Ii. B. Hay West j High Street. _ 44tf j a is. Janies Kennedy Indiana is j spending a few weeks visiting relatives in this City. The boys that had much Money up j feel a Little Blue to Day. Washington nov. 5. Stanley Matthews is slowly throwing off severe Cattaro the intestines from which he Lias been suffering Many months. Or. Pepper Philadelphia who attended Sheridan is one Matthews physicians. He predicts Complete recovery. Remember that . Salm Colum a q Ohio the celebrated German Ocul to Aurist and optician will be at the Exchange hotel new Philadelphia o., nov. 5th. Those who Are afflicted with i cases the Eye ear Throat and catarrhal troubles will do Well to Call Ai. I consult him. Many have been cured in this Vicinity. 45wl any our readers desire steady i having work we advise them to write j. E. Whitney nurseryman Rochester new York for terms to agents As he furnishes line outfits free. His Stock is v d and prices reasonable. Exp Ltd Ltd is not needed. 46wl2 l you want the Best Mill Earth the t v 11 grind ear Corn with the Husk n i kinds Grain in the Best p s. A manner write for circular and prices to it Viiu met Queen Gene a agt., 43w3 Baltic Ohio. New Philadelphia Normal school now open in county examiners room. I pupils May enter at any time. Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. 44w3 g. E. Campbell principal. The Shanesville correspondent came too late for this week. Proceedings. Tried to jury. Root amp Mcbride Brothers v Hostetler disagreement jury. Samuel Russell v Remus r Gartrell verdict for defendant. Criminal. Ohio v George Gonter disturbing Ollied. Ohio v wat. Watkins motion to quash indictments overruled. Ohio v same demurrer to indictments overruled. Decrees for plaintiff. Elena Williamson v Theodore h Williamson. Lucy a Mauk v Albert Baltzley appraisement approved Sale ordered. Cases settled. Nevada Utterback v Charles a Scheu. Judgments for plaintiffs. Mccarty Brothers v i g Dickinson. Andrew j Curtis v John Cunningham foreclosure mortgage. Peter Karl v Jesse Devore Tux. Miscellaneous. Winfield Nelson v Benjamin Cable reviver parties. Samuel Douglas v Sarah e Douglas additional Alimony. Nancy Wallace v Joseph Wallace motion to strike out Bank answer overruled Bank a demurrer to petition overruled Bank a demurrer to Joseph Wallace a answer overruled. Allowance court Constable. Defendant to plead. A b Chase co v John f Kughler. Sharp amp sons v new Philadelphia pipe works. Zellner amp sons v Cinderilla Green. Peter Karl v Catherine Devore. Charles Morey v j d Bailey. J w Stoody v Cinderilla Green. Amanda Gudgen v Alfred t Harris. James ii Stewart v new Philadelphia pipe works. Second assignment jury cases. Monday november 19. Ohio v John Young and Jasper Shissler. Tuesday nov. 20. Ohio v Patrick 11 read. Ohio v Doratha Bunch. Wednesday nov. 21. Harriet m Young v John Simetz Constable. Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling r r v Andrew Deis. Thursday nov. 22. Joseph Sampliner it Al v John a Hostetler Assignee Etc. A c Brend a co v same. H Landerman co v same. Wood Brown amp co v same. Albert Wise v George w Bowers. Joseph Jilorne amp co v j a Hostetler. P bakery a sons amp co v Thomas Vvs est Constable. A n Sampliner amp co v John Woodman Constable. Bomberger Bloom amp co v j a Hostetler Etc. Welker amp Reiss v same. J r Burnham v same. Friday nov. 23. Virginia Bailey v l Wallies. Edward Rosemond v Ernst Schmidt. Monday nov. 26. Harding amp Meek v Henry Harmon. Samuel Labold v Hartford ins co. A b Chase amp co v j f Kughler it Al. Tuesday nov. 27. William Miller v Jacob Schupe. John d Otis v Susan Swihart. Wednesday nov. 28. D c Gentsch v Oliver Knisely. J a Hostetler v c j Mclean. Thursday nov. 29. We Woodruff v Geo w Bowman. Geo w Linden v Nelson Shoals. Friday nov. 30. Walter Lund v Willis r Crater. Nannie Mcmillen v Ann Graham. Gorman Staley v Chas Walton. Saturday dec. 1. Paterson Junkins v a j Wilkin. 5,000 pictures free. A a will they consent a is a Large magnificent engraving printed upon a Sheet 19 inches wide by 24 Long. It is an exact copy an original painting by Kwall which was sold for 5,000 dollars. This valuable picture is fitting to adorn the Walls any ladies parlor and in order to offer an extraordinary inducement to introduce our Wax starch this costly picture will he Given away free to every person purchasing a Small Box Wax starch. Ask your grocer for Wax starch and obtain this Beautiful and costly picture free. The Wax starch co., 44w4 Keokuk Iowa. Good results in every Case. For Sale Trade a Good five year old Ilam letonian Tuc Keyho stallion Well broke and gentle. Will give a bargain. For information inquire at the times office. Of a sensational scene. A father attempts to kill in the court room one the gang negroes who had attempted to outrage his two daughters. St. Louis november 5. The Community Webster Groves a suburb St. Louis the Missouri Pacific railway was wrought up to a terrible pitch excitement to Day Over a dastardly attempt at criminal assault made last night by three negroes named Grant Boyd will Stringer and Quot Coon Rhodes Alice and Emma Baker daughters . Greenville Baker a Well known citizen. The girls had been visiting and were returning Home when they were accosted by the negroes. They paid no attention but simply increased their Speed toward Home. Shortly after the girls had passed the thickly settled portion the Village and near the residence a . Fuller the negroes seized Alice throwing a cloth Over her face and bearing her to the ground. Emma the younger sister was treated in a like manner but the Brave girl struggled with her assailants until she freed herself sufficiently to cry out Lor help. Her piercing screams brought Aid and the negroes lied. Mrs. Fidler was the first the scene and found the girls in a terrible condition after their struggle with the Black brutes bruised and hysterical. When brought to the House Emma the youngest girl went into convulsions and As fast As she came out one relapsed into another until her life was despaired . The elder girl soon recovered and gave a description the negroes. Grant Boyd and a a Coon Rhodes were captured this morning. When they were taken before Justice Coffey for a preliminary hearing an immense crowd was present. Alice Baker was there seated by her father but Emma was unable to appear. The fathers face bore a look that boded no Good for the negroes but no one was prepared for the sensational scene which followed. Alice Baker was called by the judge to identify her assailants and did so and pointing to Rhodes said Quot there is the Man who throw me she had scarcely ceased speaking when her father sprang to his feet and drawing a revolver fired Point Blank at Rhodes the Bullet grazing his head. The father was seized and prevented from doing further harm the negroes in the mean time having fallen their Knees and begun to Pray for mercy. Two revolvers were found . Baker and he evidently intended to kill both the negroes. Rhodes and Boyd were bound Over and taken to the county jail at Clayton. A Young lady a Triump. The first hear Ever killed by a woman in Marin county. A. Bradford wholesale paper dealer Chattanooga term., writes that he was seriously afflicted with a severe cold that settled his lungs had tried Many remedies without i me lit. Being induced to try . Kings new discovery for consumption did so and was cured by use a few bottles. Since which time he has used it in his family for All coughs and colds with Best results. This is the experience thousands whose lives have been saved by this wonderful discovery. Trial bottles free at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. The . Douglas advertised shoes Are widely known everywhere As the Best value for the Money any yet introduced. His celebrated $3.00 calf seamless shoe is perfectly smooth inside no tacks Wax thread to Hurt the feet and As easy As hand sewed shoes. It is a pleasure to Wear them. Read his advertisement appearing in this paper from time to time. Walton amp Ackey sole agents for new Philadelphia Ohio. 33wl7 property for Sale. Two lots 04x66, with Good two Story Frame dwelling 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings Good Well and Cistern and a Good cellar under the House. All kinds fruit. Would sell As a whole Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Iffy fire at times office. 29tf last thursday two Young ladies Sacramento who have been camping in the neighbourhood Bolinas went a Huckleberry picnic and were somewhat surprised to encounter a Large Brown hear engaged in the same line business. One the Young ladies who is in expert shot happened to have a title and though not wishing to arouse any hard feeling did not propose to have her fun interfered with by Man beast. Therefore As Bruin seemed disposed to assert a monopoly the entire Huckleberry crop the District she quietly took the offensive and sent a Bullet through its brain. This is the first Bear we believe that has Ever been killed by a woman in Marin county. The carcass was brought to san Rafael by the Bolinas stage. It was a big ugly brute and a look at it was sufficient to arouse admiration for the grit the two quiet looking ladies that put it to , co. Cut Tocsin. Historical notes. The first Cotton consisting eight Bales sent from the United states to England in 1784, was seized by the custom House officials the ground that the United states could not have produced so much in 1797 the first cast Iron plow Patent was issued to Newbold new Jersey. The first Silver Coin struck in England was the ancient Silver Penny. Until the reign Edward i., it was marked with a Cross so deeply indented that it could easily be separated into two for Halfpence and into to four for Farthings. Hence the name. Books in their present form were invented by attains King in Ergazos in 887. The first Steps toward the foundation the presen City new Orleans were taken by the French governor Bienville in 1718, when a party convicts were sent out to Clear up the swamps that were chosen As its queries. Four babies in one Batch. A Worcester mass special to Tho Philadelphia press says mrs. Frank a. Degroot Milbury gave birth to four girl babies this afternoon. Mother and children Are All doing Well but the father is badly broken up. The children Are All Bright and Active and cry with As much spirit and in As Good voice As any Wall regulated babies ought to do at their age. The smallest weighs nearly three pounds and the others nearly six pounds. The Mother has always been in excellent health and has had children before but not More than one at a time. The father works in Bucko a chisel works. The attending physician says there is no reason Why the children should not All live. The occurrence is the talk the town and general interest manifested in the Young woman who has so unexpectedly increased the population the place. The Hom Eliest Man in new Philadelphia As Well As the handsomest and others Are invited to Call any druggist and get see a trial bottle Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs a remedy that is Selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to relieve and cure All chronic and acute coughs asthma bronchitis and consumption. Large bottles 50 cents and $1. 46yl Branch recruiting stations Are shortly to be established at Toledo and Dayton this state

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