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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 10, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday november 10, 1887. Number 46.official directory. District. state senator.9r��?Tr�?Tiv_ j. C. Lauce common pleas Pearce county. ?.1,9 Velci Eupr it Bate j w. Prosecuting j is Usif i3w. Bowers auditor. Joha a Kinsey to is ref. John Meyers. In astr i. J. U. Neumann. J s. Ruler commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Of. H. Hoover Ozias Delong a j. Porter l. Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Dou Liitt. 11. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Glatfelter. City. Mayor Erk Marsha Street commissioner Council Quot game Warden. Justices. Names. Townships. A. Youngen. Same a Bixler. Henry Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S Milliken. J w Newburg. Jos 11 Lostetter Nich Montag. 3 y Renneker Jyh Alesii Ehlers Philip a Garver Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t Minnis. J 11 Booth. I 11 read. John s Spring. John w Rolli. David Breymeir Samuel 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. L a Cornett. W j Haskinson is Mckinney. Wesley m Tracy Lewis Zollars. T Richardson. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T la Robinson. J ii Gardner. R g Galbraith. Lii ram Echman. 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. Warren. Warren. Warwick. Warwick. Washington Washington Wayne. W Ayne. York. York. Post Ofick. Ragersville. Ragersville. Baltic. Baltic. Lock no. 17. Gnadenhutten. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Philada a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg. New Philada a. New Hilad a. New Philada a. New Philada a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar. Bolivar. Uhrichsville. . Dennison. Newcomerstown Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Fort Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Shanesville. Uhrichsville. Leesville. J new Cumberland new Cumberland Tuscarawas. I Tuscarawas. Albany. Paoli. Dundee. Dundee. New Phi lady a. 1 Black directory. Doctor Eda Wilhelmi Mcle a gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. A Ufi ice Public Square new Philadelphia 7 j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and Resi ence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadel Hia Ohio. 4�yl prances Romig and notary Public. Office ver citizens National Bank new Philadel a Hia Ohio. Pm. Ill song s shaving. Shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store North Broadway new Philadelphia. O. 48yl Oiin s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new i Ladelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and and it ining counties. Office up stairs opposite ourt House Ortli 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 Ortli Broadway. 47yl Amuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Ail 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 Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. Ify Block new Philadelphia Over Raiff s hardware store rown and Bridge work skilfully executed. Gas and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1the 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. 9ylchurch directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Christi every lords Day morn ing at 10 00 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lord s Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. In. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German reformed preaching every sunday at 1030.a. And 2 15 p. In., 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. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel Ortzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, A. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcllvain w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights pythias equity Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck C. W. Duncan. K. Of r. And s. T. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows t. J. Zellner n. G. I. A. Ceuell rec. Sec a. I. 0. O. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. C. Stempi Fly n. G. P. Skhi., rec. Sec y. I. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each Mouth at Odd Fellows Vilall City Block. John Dunn P. 1. A. Cock kill scribe. Canton Tuscarawas no. 35, p. M., i. 0. O f., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Captain. A. Cirrus 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 Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. A. P. Minnick Regent. J. H. Officer Secretary. National Union safety Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each Mouth at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman pres we. Bowels. Cor. Sec a. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting Jevery wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Samuel m00re, editor and proprietor. Tiiu Kasday november 10, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a the new Philadelphia times will he published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A so address All matter intended for publication. To the 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 move to 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. The Prospect brightening. The representatives the N. Amp Railroad were in town tuesday working right Way through the town. Some Good work was done in the premises. A meeting was held at Eagle Hall in the evening. It was evident that not enough subscribers at one per cent the valuation tax duplicate could he gotten to secure the Road. A move was made to Doudle the one per cent the tax duplicate and away it went like lire before the wind. Almost every Man in the House who had subscribed one per cent doubled it. Many subscribed labor and Many a stated sum. In All 81,200 and upwards was subscribed. The feeling in behalf the Road was intense. An Effort will now be made to have others double their subscription and to secure others who have not yet subscribed. A meeting has been appointed for this thursday evening. All Are invited to come. We can safely say that if those who subscribed one per cent will double the Road will be secured. Let every Friend the Road turn in and help work it up. A great Many Are working like beavers for it now. New Philadelphia wants this Road and can to afford to lose it. Friday november 11th, will doubtless be an interesting Day to Chicago people. The doomed anarchists will pay the penalty their crime that Day. The consequences following May be awful but it is hoped that the better judgment the anarchists friends will prevail. Several bombs were found in the anarchists cells supposed to have been smuggled in by their friends who were permitted to furnish them food and delicacies. The object no doubt was to pass into eternity by that method and escape the Gallows and at the same time to Send Many others with them As a result the finding the bombs the jail windows and doors have been barricaded and the friends the condemned men Are Cut off from seeing them. Governor Oglesby has been threatened if lie does not commute the death sentence. But it is generally believed that he will let the Law take its course. This should be a warning to All anarchists. It is useless for them to think ruling the nation. The idea a few Hundred anarchists deterring millions Law abiding citizens from enforcing the Laws the land is preposterous. It is True great bloodshed might follow but that is better than anarchy. _ Bediali Wilkins has a scheme do avoid the accumulation surplus Revenue in the future a by Quot prompt thorough and heroic measures in the 50th Congress largely by a reduction in custom it has taken the blonde Beriah five years to arrive at this conclusion for it is Well known that he voted against even considering the Morrison Bill which had for its main object the reduction and regulation the Tariff. Beriah has the floor now to explain Why it was that he voted thus will he do it ? will he also explain Why he is in favor Quot remitting a Large portion the tax the circulation the National Banks a in View his candidacy for a fourth term the people would like to know you know. The National Banks Are Able to pay taxes their circulation and ought to be compelled to do it. The great political Battle is Over and victoriously won by both parties. Virginia comes to the front with a handsome majority. Mahone was Given a Back seat and will no longer represent Virginia. The democracy have 04 members in the House and the republicans 35. Democrats have 30 members in the Senate and republicans 10, giving the democrats 50 majority joint ballot. That insures Virginia for Cleveland in 1888. New York did nobly coming to the front with Twenty thousand majority. Ohio bobs up with 20,000 Republican majority but that argues nothing for 1888. Pennsylvania goes Republican by 30,000. Highwaymen stopped the express train the Denver a Rie Grande near unison Colorado the 3rd inst., and robbed the mails but the Safe containing the express packages Money could not be opened by the express Man As the combination was known Only at the place destination and the robbers did not take time to blow the Safe. The passengers were not disturbed. Train robbing is fast becoming popular with robbers and it will soon be so that the railroads will have to carry an armed Force out West. The supreme court Massachusetts decided that the prohibition Law does not forbid the Sale liquor by clubs to members. Ohio will doubtless decide it does forbid the Sale to clubs. To Day is Martin Luther a birthday. Go to the Railroad meeting to night. Go to the Railroad meeting to night at eight clock. Go to the Railroad meeting to night at 8 clock and secure the Road. It done to require a very smart child to catch the Measels now a Davs. Done to forget the greatest attraction the season Pat Muldoon at the opera House saturday evening. Pat Muldoon attracts immense houses everywhere. At the opera House saturday evening. Go and shake yourself laughing. If you want to take a Good laugh go and hear Pat Muldoon at opera House saturday night october pith. It is one the Best the Road. Or. Gladstone has lately expressed himself in favor some plan by which members parliament will receive salaries for their services. Or. J. Ii. Hall Jacksonville fla., offers to distribute 100,000 acres land at the rate Twenty five acres to each family among the homeless poor Ireland who will Settle upon it. Out in Wood county the other Day Henry wheat and Jennie Corn were matrimonial by linked and As Henry came Down the Church aisle with his Corn the naughty choir belched out Quot what will the Harvest be a mrs. Clark was prompted to write her last Book Quot an unknown country a which discusses the condition the poor in the North Ireland by overhearing the remark a Labouring Man when rallied upon helping a Little girl across the Street replied Quot a but a handful a Elp is Worth a Carload there Are now employed by All the railroads 26,415 locomotives 19,252 passenger cars and 845,914 freight cars and 168,047 Miles track 105,723 Miles Are now Laid with steel rails. The net earnings All the capital invested is placed at not quite 31 per cent for the the last year. Editor w. H. Reynolds the Ashland times was shot and killed by James Mason Ashland october 31st. A Law suit was in Progress about a promissory note and during the suit hot words ensued when Calvin Mason assaulted Reynolds with a chair and Reynolds struck Calvin Mason with a Cane. James Mason who was the witness stand Drew a revolver and fired two shots at Reynolds killing him instantly. Mason narrowly escaped being pinched. The Mason Brothers were both lodged in jail. The barn Lam. Fri Bleja old town Valley was burned saturday night rather sunday morning and with it five head Good horses Worth 8700 three cows Worth $100 Hay and harness valued at 8175. The barn was Worth 8400, making a total loss about 81,400, and insured in the Ohio Farmer for 8500. The origin the fire is supposed to be from some one lighting a match probably a for the purpose smoking and throwing the match Down by the Fence at the Road Side several feet from the barn. The fire ran along in the litter the barn Yard until it reached the barn. The barn was too near gone when discovered to save anything. The fire could easily he traced to the Fence. People cannot be too careful in handling matches in such dry weather. A Washington letter says the burial places our presidents Are widely scattered. Washington lies at it. Vernon the two Adames Are buried under the old Church at Quincy mass., Jefferson rests at Monticello Madison a grave is at Montpelier not far from Monticello Monroe a remains lie in the Richmond cemetery Jackson be rave is in front his old residence Quot the Hermitage a Van Buren was buried at Kinder Hood Harrison at North Bend near Cincinnati Polk at Nashville Taylor a remains Are near Louisville Fillmore lies in Forest Lawn cemetery Buffalo and Pierce was buried at Concord and Buchanan at Lancaster Lincoln a grave is near Springfield Johnson sat Greenville Grants at Riverside Arthurs at Albany and Garfield at Cleveland. The body a. T. Stewart the millionaire merchant was at last returned upon payment 820,000. After the body was stolen from the Tomb it was taken in a grocers Wagon to 160th Street and there enclosed in a Zinc lined trunk and taken to Canada and there buried. The thieves have been negotiating Ever since with the Stewart family for the return the body upon payment a Bonus. They first asked 8250,000, then 8200,000 and finally came Down to $20,-000, which was accepted by mrs. Stewart. The body was delivered in the night season a lonely Road in Westchester county now York. The Money was paid and the body taken Back to new York and safely buried again. The body was intact except the eyes had disappeared. It was a Long pull for a Ransom. We take pleasure in informing our readers that the Ohio Farmer which has a National reputation As the leading agricultural journal the country is offered for the coming year at Only one Dollar per year. Its very Large circulation now numbering Over sixty five thousand subscribers in every state the Union and its Liberal advertising patronage enables its publishers to give to the Farmers this country one the very bust most enterprising reliable and instructive agricultural live Stock and family journals America at the very Low Price Only one Dollar per year. The Ohio Farmer is published at Cleveland Ohio is National in everything except in name is a 16-Page a 64-column�?weekly fifty two issues a year and is acknowledged authority All agricultural subjects. It is conducted by an Able and experienced editorial management that 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. Go to the Railroad meeting to night. Lutheran mite society at . Oliver Knisely a this evening. Rev. Hulery Canton will preach in Emanuel a lutheran Church next Sabbath. The prohibition amendment in Oregon was Defeated by about 12,000 majority. _ Massachusetts went Republic by an increased majority and Iowa by a decreased majority. Hon. Jas. G. Blane is now in France. He called to see president Grevy and was kindly received. He says he is quite assured his renomination. Our line gents furnishing goods is the largest and Best selected in the county at prices that defy completion. W. C. Sutton amp . 44w4 the ladies the German reformed Church will give an Oyster supper and fair at Chapins Hall thursday evening nov. 17th. A cordial invitation is extended to All. One Hundred and eighty laughs in one Hundred and eighty minutes at the opera House this thursday evening at Rice Hart so Ryman a minstrels. Let every body go and see them and have a Good mention. Smith Bros were in town last sunday. A correspondent wants us to Tell him which is the proper attitude for a Fisherman Quot standing sitting a neither innocent one lying is the Only position in which he feels entirely at Longmont press. Governor Oglesby received two More threatening letters yesterday from the anarchists. The governor takes it coolly and will let the Law have its course. The finding the bombs in Lings cell has changed Public opinion and letters to the governer requesting him not to interfere Are pouring in. It is said that the husbands redheaded women ultimately become color Blind. It must be so for we have noticed that when a woman that description sues for divorce there is generally a Black Brown haired female mixed up in the Case. A negro at Macon ga., was the other Day struck squarely the head by a bucket filled with fresh mortar which had fallen from the top the new court House. The Bottom was split into hinders and the pail and the mortar completely encased his face so that he was in great danger smothering until relieved by a fellow Workman. Judge Nicholas Wooster refuses to Grant Frederick Roth convicted murder in the first degree a new trial. After thirty Days expire which is the longest time a criminal convicted murder in first degree can remain in the county jail Roth will be taken to the Penitentiary and there Friday the 10th Day March 1888, he will be hanged. Hon. Gibson Atherton sex Congress Man and sex supreme judge suddenly lost his mind As he closed a Case in court. He did not even recognize his own family. He is now in a critical condition. About two years ago while trying a murder Case he had a stroke paralysis from which he never entirely recovered. This is proving to be the second attack. Resolutions respect the bar Tuscarawas county relative to the death James Pat Rich. On motion the court and at the request the attorneys this county it is ordered that the same be spread upon the journal the common pleas court. The committee appointed at a meeting the members the bar Tuscarawas county to report resolutions relative to the death Hon. James Patrick beg leave to submit the follow ing resolved that in the sudden death judge James Patrick the bar Tuscarawas county has lost a faithful honest and Able member one who a native the county was Loyal to its interests and welfare and proud its history one who graced the social circles and one who in Domestic life was a devoted husband and Loving father. Resolved that in his death this county has sustained a great loss an eminent citizen whose honesty Fidelity and ability were Well known and will be remembered and cherished by All its citizens. Resolved that the members this bar recall with pleasure the ability and unswerving integrity and Strong Devotion to Justice and right with which he discharged his duties As judge this court. Resolved that the members the bar should emulate so far As they May be Ubie the Virtues his life and his unyielding Fidelity to his duty As a lawyer. Resolved that the widow and children our departed Friend and brother have our most sincere sympathy in this the greatest bereavement their lives and our Hope that the divine father May afford to them such Consolation and Comfort As we in our weakness Are unable to extend to them and that out the darkness this affliction they May be led to a peace and happiness born the life that is immortal. Resolved that a copy these resolutions be by the Secretary this meeting transmitted to the sorrowing family the deceased and that copies thereof be transmitted to the papers this county for publication. Resolved that in respect to our deceased brother this bar the officers this court and county attend his funeral in a body and that the Secretary this meeting present these resolutions to the court common pleas this county with the unanimous request that the same be entered upon the journal said court. Respectfully submitted a. L. Neely a. T. Ready j. H. Barnhill j. T. Of Donnell Jno. A. Buchanan committee. C. A. Rennie was Home from Columbus last week visiting friends. Miss Jennette Rennie goes to Columbus this week and will spend the Winter there. Miss Pearl clutch who has been visiting her Friend miss Clara Custer has returned Home. Rev. Kuhns and wife go to Canton Friday to enjoy the birthday party Given in Honor their son will. Misses Nena Bissman Jennie Drake and Tosie Reiss canal Dover visited friends in this place last saturday. Mrs. Bessie Donnell Welty and Little daughter Ethel St. Joe mo., have gone to California to spend the Winter. Mrs. Or. Magee California is visiting friends in this City the guest her brother in Law Thomas Magee West Ray St. Mrs. Guthrie spent saturday and sunday at Uhrichsville visiting her Niece mrs. Elmer Brown. Miss Maggie Swihart is rust Cating for a few Days at the country residence her Uncle . Hosea Fisher near canal Dover. Miss Darley Criswell and a Young lady Friend canal Dover were the guests her Cousin miss May Stiffler last Sabbath. Win. Ii. Arnold editor the Cadiz Sentinel and w. A. Pittinger editor Dennison paragraph were among the representatives the press in attendance at the funeral judge Patrick. Or. Edward Fisher and miss Lizzie Wagner daughter sex treasurer John a. Wagner canal Dover were the guests . And mrs. Chas. Axx this City sunday evening last. Or. Norris p. Richardson formerly this place who is engaged in the photographing business in Frankford Indiana arrived Home saturday for a visit a week two with his relatives and Many Young friends. Or. Geo. Blind and g. I. Miller Clay township and A. Decker Nicholas win Garth George win Garth and Daniel Koontz Salem All staunch democrats gave the times office a pleasant Call wednesday. Or. J. B. Brann a Young Farmer and Stock dealer new Hagerstown Carroll county Ohio was in this City last saturday a business trip made the times office a pleasant Call and requested that his name be added to our already Large list subscribers. The following were the members the Jefferson and Harrison county bar who were in attendance at the funeral judge Patrick Hon. J. H. S. Trainer w. B. Hays John Mcclave John m. Cook j. F. Dayton j. W. Jordon . Crosky and Ross White clerk All Steubenville j. Estep Cadiz a. O. Barnes and J. Estep Cleveland. The two events the year Rice Hart amp Ryman a minstrels and election Day. The latter is Over and the former is coming to the opera House thursday evening november the 10th. The most refined most laughable and most interesting minstrel company the Road. The three gentlemen at the head this organization Are very popular we. Henry Rice Jno Hart late the two Johns Gor. Ryman late with j. H. Herero Eye a minstrels. With this company Are also Hooley and Thompson Chas. French will Walling All Reeves and others to numerous to mention. Get your tickets at Harris Bro . Done to miss the grand Street Parade. Hang the interest to our City. Why the b. Amp. O. Are buying property. The methodist ministers ask governor Oglesby to let the Law take its course. At the methodist preachers meeting held at Cleveland last monday and was largely attended the following communication was forwarded to governor Oglesby Hon. R. J. Oglesby gov. Of ills a a a the methodist preachers meeting Cleveland o., Twenty nine in number in behalf Justice and in Protection All the interests our land Pray you in the Case the convicted anarchists to let the Law take its course a severe though it be and invite the divine Blessing and Protection upon yourself and your the new choir engaged for the second presbyterian Church a notable Soprano. J. N. Bebout tor some months preceptor in the second presbyterian Church has now become choir director and has succeeded in engaging three singers who with himself will make one the strongest quartet choirs in the City. The Soprano is miss Alice Crouch new Philadelphia Ohio who has just passed one year study in the National opera school new York. Her first studies were under prof. Emerson Boston. She will return to new York next year and expects ultimately to make her Way the operatic stage. Miss Crouch was discovered so to speak in this City by j. H. Gittings for whom she Sang a few Days after her arrival Here. He at once recognized Iier wonderful gifts As a vocalist communicated that fact to musical friends and the next Day there were two choir directors j. N. Bebout and p. P. Smith Calvary Church waiting her with offers to secure her services. Miss Crouch is rather Petite in figure with a Bright pleasing face Blue eyes Ruddy complexion and modest yet engaging manners. Her voice is one great Power and ringing Bel like Quality. She will sing As a Solo tomorrow morning a a the Pilgrim a by Adams. The other members the choir Are miss Nettie Mcfadden contralto and Alex Ross Tenor. S. Brown is Gazette october 19 the. The N. Amp Take a hand in the Deal times recorder Zanesville. It has been known for some time that the b. Amp Company have been buying property in the Vicinity third Street but the full significance the Deal has not been generally understood. The times recorder has said very Little concerning it preferring to first obtain All the facts connected with the matter. It is Well known that the b. Amp Have purchased the Spalding property West third Street and North North St., and thursday they purchased the Frank Miller property South North Street for 820,000. The crowded condition the b. Amp Yards is not a new thing. They have been too Small for the last two years but late their freight has been increasing at such a rapid rate that it is next to impossible to handle it although their forces were working night and Day. This Rush freight that Road has not been at this Point alone but there has been a general revival business throughout the whole Lino and the number freight trains passing through the Yards has greatly retarded the handling freight. This blockade has been brought about notwithstanding the fact that this Road has the most extensive Yards in the City. This condition affairs rendered it important that the b. So Have additional Yard room but this was not the Only reason Why they wanted More room. For some time past the authorities the b. So. Company and the directors the N. So Company have been negotiating a traffic arrangement whereby the new Road would have joint terminal facilities with the b. So In this City. At present the minute details that agreement cannot be stated but it is evident that both the b. Amp And the N. Amp Authorities Are satisfied with the arrangement and Are the most intimate terms for . Lee representing the b. Amp and . Bailey representing the N. Amp c., have been buying property in partnership with the understanding that each is to have an equal share the advantages accruing by their purchases. Any one familiar with the ground bounded by the South line the Frank Miller property third Street and the b. So Track to the Point beginning will readily perceive that the Spalding properties and the Frank property do not alone control the situation. The remaining properties with the exception about thirty three feet have been purchased by president Bailey the N. Amp They Are the Harris lot which is really the key to the situation and the adjoining Square the Trost property the Carter property and the Whitinger property. This in connection with the properties owned by the b. Is Makes a frontage third Street nearly 600 feet. Whatever May have been the course the b. So Toward Zanesville in the past it is certainly doing All in its Power for this City at the present time. The Friendship David Lee toward this City is Well known and his return to the Central Ohio division with Zanesville As Headquarters is a sufficient guarantee that policy although this new move the part the b. Amp In making Liberal terms with a new Road and the Purchase additional Yard Roum abundantly proves this. President Bailey is assured that the z., n. So Is in a fair Way to be built the coming year and actual construction is expected to begin Early in the coming Spring. Nearly All rights Way have been secured and the prospects the Road Are very flattering. It is one the Best lines that can be built so far As advantages to Zanesville Are concerned. It opens up a new Field untouched by any Road and the Trade that whole Section will be brought to Zanesville. The future the City is certainly a great one and the Boom is certainly expected by the leading business men. President Baily stated incidentally in an interview with a times recorder reporter the substance which appears above that he has recently purchased real estate in the City to the amount $45,000 his own account aside from that purchased for the z., n. A c., and thus demonstrates his Faith in Zanesville a future in a Way that Means something. Other parties also have recently invested largely Here and the old City has started a career unexampled and gagged. Blinky Morgan complained to his guards that there was an unfair difference in the treatment Given the Chicago anarchists and that meted out to him. A the anarchists a said Morgan Quot Are permitted within three Days their execution to talk with friends. I am attorney Nichols had a two hours consultation with him recently and since then Blinky has been As Blithe As a school boy. He reads the daily papers with great avidity. The motion for a new trial will be argued next week. A a Blinky Morgan recognized. Cleveland november 8. Samuel Phelps Leland Chicago the Well known lecturer visited the court room at Ravenna the other Day when Quot Blinky Morgan was trial and recognized the prisoner As Reuben Hazeltine with whom he Leland had been acquainted when both were boys in Iowa. Leland says the boys father was twice married and that after the second Union the son fell away from what had previously been an honorable life. The drouth has become a serious matter to the people in Southern Illinois and Indiana and Northwestern Kentucky. The Wells Springs and creeks Are nearly All dry and water has to he hauled seven Miles in some places to Supply Stock. A great amount Stock is suffering. The Wabash River is not larger now than a Creek. Fires Are raging through the forests barns fences and other property Are being burned. The smoke is so dense that people can hardly stand it. A Berea Farmer robbed in his own House. Ilioram Thompson Berea was bound and gagged sunday evening by three men who entered his House to Rob him a sum Money which they thought he had secreted about his premises. Or. Thompson lives about a mile and a half East Berea the Bagley Road. He is a Bachelor about 60 years old and owns several acres land where he lives which he raises onions. He lives alone. Sunday evening Between 7 and 8 clock he was sitting alone in his House when he heard a Knock at his front door. He went to see who his caller was and opening the door was met by three rough looking men who forced their Way through the half open door seized . Thompson and before he realized what had happened thrust a into his Mouth and proceeded deliberately to bind him hand and foot. Although there was a House scarcely fifty feet away . Thompson was powerless to summon Aid. When the three ruffians had satisfactorily bound their victim they demanded which they said they knew was secreted in his House. Or. Thompson sold his crop onions last week and deposited in the Bank and told the men so but the fiends would not believe him and threatened to torture him if he did not at once give up . The poor old Man begged piteously for mercy when they took off his shoes and told him they would Blister his feet if he did not disclose to them where was put away. They used every available threat to intimidate their victim but finally believed that he was telling them the truth. They stole $7 which they found and went away leaving the old Man hound and gagged. He worked at the cords his wrists until nearly ten clock when he succeeded in loosening them. He then dragged himself Over to his neighbors House and disclosed to them the account his ill treatment. He said that the men were not masked and thinks he would recognize them if he should see them again. He was badly frightened and it was with great difficulty that he told his outcome election in Tuscarawas county. The vote As polled in Tuscarawas county the candidates below Are As follows governor. Powell d.4959�? 945 Foraker r.4014 representative. Ankeny 1 .4788�? 530 Birt r.4258 probate judge. Yeagley d.5064�?1115 Souers r.3949 clerk court. Donahey d.4841�? 844 Vorherr r.3997 prosecutor. Patrick d.4991�? 826 Dou Liitt r.4165 commissioner. Benner i .4835�? 719 Stocker r.4116 infirmary director. Porter i .4617�? 281 Rogers r.4336 we have not got the official sheriff treasurer and recorder but know enough to say their majority will reach about 1200. The democratic party made gains the state ticket in several townships. The labor vote we have not got figures yet but it is quite Small in comparison to what was expected. The prohibitionists made handsome gains but we can to yet give the figures. _ rolled Down the Bank. Wheeling w. Va., nov. 8. While a freight train the Pittsburg Wheeling a Kentucky Railroad was running through the town Wellsburg last evening and when near the Southern line the corporation at a Point where a gang trackman Are putting in new ties the rails spread and eight cars left the track. They rolled Over and Over Down the Steep embankment the Railroad which is about Twenty five feet High at that Point and crashed into the dwellings Joseph and John Murphy which stood about Twenty Yards from the track. Both buildings were literally crushed to atoms. John Murphy was asleep in bed when the cars came crashing into his domicile. Two his children Stella aged 4, and a baby were lying by his Side. The terrible blow Given by the train knocked the roof entirely off the building and crushed the sides together like paper. The Chimney fell across the bed in which Murphy and his children Lay. The victims Are terribly Cut and internally injured. The damage is estimated at $10,000. I 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 Eity. Will raise 25 to 35 bushels wheat and 50 to so bushels Corn to the acre. Good Lor 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. To last the cherokees. Civil strife exterminating them. Two men charged with burglar izing Becky a jewelry store at Uhrichsville were arrested at Steubenville Ohio and lodged in Tuscarawas county jail yesterday. About $1,000 Worth the goods taken was recovered. They will have a hearing to Day. Their names could not be ascertained. Quot you done to mean to say that you had to pay just As much for your Pew during the summer months when the Church was closed As when it was open a Quot How ridiculous a Quot i done to know i done to begrudge my Money. I enjoyed the Pew quite As Well As though i was in it better if 1 ran script. Terrible Accident. Vinetta Indian ty., nov. 8. Great excitement prevails throughout the Cherokee nation. It is Only a question a few hours when the Chero Kees will be pitted against each other in a fight that will be Short hut destructive to the indians this nation and which will no doubt result in opening up this Beautiful country to settlement by the Whites and the extermination the red men. The trouble has been brewing for the last five months Over the election a chief. At the Council monday chief Bushyhead a term expired. The new Council not being organized l. W. Bell became sex fico chief As president the Senate thus throwing the government into the hands the Downing party. The crowds that surrounded the Council chamber at nine clock kept growing larger and in the evening hundreds excited indians were watching the proceedings ready at any moment to engage in a fight. The whisky peddle is the ground and if he is not suppressed trouble will ensue soon. The Council adjourned monday night without accomplishing anything both sides being determined that their candidate for chief shall be seated. Analysing baking powders. Coshocton nov. 8. The Tunnel the Dresden Branch the a a. A Railway two Miles West Here is reported to have caved in last night. Six men were killed and under the direction the new York state Board health eighty four Dif. Ferent kinds baking powders embracing All the brands that could be found for Sale in the state were submitted to examination and analysis by prof. C. F. Chandler a member the state Board and president the new York City Board health assisted by prof. Edward g. Love the Well known United states government chemist. The official report shows that a Large number the powders examined were found to contain Alum Lime Many them to such an extent As to Render them seriously objectionable for use in the preparation human food. Alum was found in Twenty nine samples. This drug is employed in baking powders to cheapen their Cost. The presence Lime is attributed to the impure Cream tartar Commerce used in their manufacture. Such Cream tartar was also Analysed and found to contain Lime and other impurities in some samples to the extent 93 per cent their entire weight. All the baking powders the Market with the single exception Quot Royal not including the Alum and phosphate powders which were Long since discarded As unsafe inefficient by prudent housekeepers Are made from the impure Cream tartar Commerce and consequently contain Lime to a corresponding extent. The Only baking powder yet found by chemical analysis to he entirely free from Lime and absolutely pure is the Royal. This perfect purity results from the exclusive use Cream tartar specially refined and prepared by Patent processes which totally remove the tartrate Lime and other impurities. The Cost this chemically pure Cream tartar is much greater than any other and account this greater Cost is used in no baking powder but the prof. Love who made the analysis baking powders for the new York 8tate Board health As Well As for the government says the purity and wholesomeness the Quot i have tested a package Royal baking powder which i purchased in the open Market and find it composed pure and wholesome ingredients. It is a Cream tartar powder a High degree Merit and does not contain either Alum phosphates any injurious e. G. Love pm. D. Transfers real estate. I As compiled in the office the recorder deeds. 1 Jas t Mcgregor to the w a l e Ray 2 acres Warren township $250. Jos ii Somers to Frank Abel 1-5 acre Fairfield township $90. John Arendt it it Fred a Heylmann 20 29-100 acres Salem township $2,000. Tobias Reimel to Elizabeth Wolf 71 96-100 acres Warren township $8,200. Thus Andreas to Elizabeth Stephens \ acre Dover $600. Elizabeth Stephens to we ii Bricker acre Dover $475. Ursula Hays to Jos Loeb lot 112, Uhrichsville $500. John Minnich a executor to Lewis e Romig lots Trenton $168. John n Reed to Lollie Dewitt 2 acres Oxford township $225. Abigail Kuntz to Daniel Gribble 127 rods Auburn township,-$45.62. Polly m neighbor to Leonard p Wilson lot 81, Newcomerstown 575. John Mckinley to Philip Fuhr lot 5, Uhrichsville $550. P h Deis it Al to Andrew Deis 1-6 interest in furniture factory premises Dover $15,000. 1 11 Deis it Alto John Deis 1-6 int. Furniture factory premises Dover $15,000. David crites to Frank d crites part lot 509, new Philadelphia $300. Henry Leister to Andrew Godfrey lot 12, Dover $1,2 h. Samuel Moore to Lafayette Edie lot 1, new Philadelphia $375. John Hoopingarner to Addie Getz part lot 41, Lowville $650. Marion f Wood to win Knisely 7 acres new Philadelphia $1. John webers executor Jacob Zeigler 44 acres Dover township $2,925. Saved his life. Or. I. I. Wilcoxson horse Cave ky., says he was for Many years badly afflicted with Phthisic also diabetes the pains were almost unendurable and would sometimes almost throw him into convulsions. He tried electric bitters and got Relief from the first bottle and after taking six is it titles was entirely cured and had gained in flesh eighteen pounds. Says he positively believes he would have died had it not been for the Relief afforded by electric bitters. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by C. Miller a reports. Times office november 10, 1887. Flour Patent to bbl. $ 5 10 Quot Quot to sack. 1 25 Quot Best family to bbl. $ 4 45 a a Amber to sack. L 15 Quot Quot new proc. 1 50 wheat to Bushel. 73 corny new Bushel. 60 Oats new to Bushel. 27 Rye Bushel. 55 butter Pound. 20 eggs to dozen. 20 buckwheat flour Pound. 03 hams to Pound. 10 shoulders to Pound. 08 sides Pound. 08 lard Pound. 07 tallow to Pound. 3� beef Pound. 07015 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 15 White Lime to barrel .1 00 Akron cements barrel .1 35 calcined plaster to barrel. 2 25 land plaster to ton. 9 00 a a Quot a to barrel .1 50 potatoes Bushel new 75080 dried peaches to Pound .05 rags to Pound. 1 1 onions i Bushel. 1 00 Hay to ton new. 9 00 Timothy seed Bushel .2 25 Wool. 30 fertilizers to ton. 35 00 Clover seed a Bushel. 3 85 dried apples to Pound .01 school and Church. A there Are 7,000 Eskimo convert 1 in Greenland. A the number colleges in Ali 1 United states increases at the rate fifteen each year. A the number schools Given f it a England is 58,000, which is one for every 600 inhabitants with an average attendance 52 per school and a Cost is. 61. Per head. A the Atlanta Constitution charges Southern colleges with the custom turning out too Many dyspeptic geniuses. Gymnastics should to introduced into the curriculum. A in Spain there Are 3,000,000 scholars. 20.000 giving an average 56 in each school and one school for every 600 inhabitants As in Italy. The school Bill comes to is. Id. A head. A the journeymen Bakers Berlin have a Well attended special Church service thursday afternoons that being their Only spare time when they Are not obliged to be at work. A there Are in this country 132,000 churches 92,000 ministers and 19,000.-0 0 Church members in a population less than 60,000,000. United the s Force can save the nation from All its perils. A Somerset county me., has a minister who has his sermons printed monthly and sends them to such his parishioners Whoso not attend Church lie insists upon looking after their souls welfare even if they Are too Lazy to do so themselves. A the new Orleans Christian women a Exchange which is doing much Good in that City Lias received $30,00 from mrs. Charles a. Whitney and mrs. Charles t. Howard to be used in enlarging its scope and opening indu trial classes for girls. A that was a characteristic rerun k the late . Dulles Philadelphia when in speaking cheerfully i sufferings to a Friend a few weeks let fore his death lie said a a i have learn a a now Way to spell disappointment a beginning with an h instead 1 a Iris is. A superintendent Platt has Start i with his Pony a Pilgrim a an exploring tour in Northwest Kansas. Last summer he planted Twenty a a sunday schools in the Western Par it. The state. No one these was a i in six Miles any other. Tin a schools were put in where ground being broken for the first time h r Adanee. A the 408senators, members a territorial delegates who compose a last Congress 72 were methodists a a baptists 41 episcopalians 37 pc Teri ans 36 catholics 15 unitarian. A lutherans 10 Campb clites an quakers making a total 281a Are actively connected with so Church . W. Chris in advocate. Colorow in limbo. A Ute Chaft who Rete it left a to own a Laich 1�?Titrt Colorado. An Indian Campaign which \. In a hardly be described in the official reports Bias ended in the apprehension i colorow a sub chief the autos a it has been making a nuisance him a a for the last eight years writes a in River col correspondent. The it 1 fellow is probably the most conceit Savage the continent and there i nothing that he fears except a combo. He is the individual who wanted a sent to him. A to kill Soldi is with a was asked. A no a he Replie a for Cowboy. Kill Soldier with n it was not until the cowl a it Lent a hand that the old villain was any great danger capture. Ever since the removal the u. To the Uintah reservation colorow a about sixty followers All As Exa Gera types the Noble red Man As h himself have been roaming around the Whit and Green River ovum colorow has modestly assumed to a the whole Western half the St. And when Money food clothing 1 Short he and his party would appear. Settlements and collect what they v pleased to Call the g. Rarely if Ever committed any a it Lenec but they would steal and i. And threaten and by taking Advant. Of timid settlers they made a fair ing and had the satisfaction beside running the country to suit them Soi when a new ranch settlement v. Located colorow would visit the Pla a. And insist having a Heap a a talk with the Whites interested. A first they would apprehend Misci but when they discovered that the a reprobate simply claimed to he owner that Section the uni i states and wanted a years rent Ina form a five Dollar Bill a steer .1 few old Coats hats they yielded it it his terms gladly and asked him to it again when he Felt like it. In this a a his consuming egotism increased it by Day until at length lie became a i intolerable bore to Many settlers i the complaints against him were numerous that three companies it. Troops were sent out to bring him in. This Campaign was a Friendly colorow knows every Inch Groin i in the state and it was no trick at for him to keep out the Way in soldiers. The latter had several i Diane for guides who were paid by i Day and who were therefore profous by interested in having the Job last Long As possible. Not until a party Ltd. Cowboys was pressed into the Servio was there any Prospect that this grand walk around would come to an end. As soon As colorow heard that then Fellows were after him he became afraid that they would shoot and he gave up. He will let a placed 011 the Agency and kept under . It. Sun

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