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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 17, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday november 17, 1887. Number 47. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheri if. Auditor. T a -.seref. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites j. Glance to. S. Pearce Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins j. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. A. G. Neumann s. Ruler a w. E. Lash la. Benner .0. H. Hoover Ozias Delong a j. Porter City Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Dou Liitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Glatfelter. Mayor a Erk marshal Street commissioner Council Warden. Names. Justices. Townships. Post Ofick. A. Youngen. Same a Bixler. Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. Salt it Milliken. J w Newburg. Jos 11 Hostetler Nich Mottag. S y Renneker. Charlesh Ehlers Philip a Garver c c Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t mining. J 11 Booth. Poll read. John s Spring. John a Rolli. David a Reyneir Samuel c Kline. John Milone. F j Greene. Jno w Lytle . w Knisley. J r Mulvane. And Timmerman. To Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. L a Cornett. W j la Askinson l s Mckinney. Wesley m Tracy Lewis c Zollars. T Richardson. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. J 11 Gardner. R g Galbraith. Hiram Zeliman. Llobet Coruthers Isaac couts. A 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. I Wayne. Y Ork. Y Ork. 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 Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar. Bolivar. Uli Richville. Uharte Osville. Dennison. Newcomerstown newcomers town Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Shanesville. Uli Richville. Leesville. New Cumberland new Cumberland Tuscarawas. Tuscarawas. Albany. Paoli. Dundee. Dundee. New Philada a. Black band. Professional directory. A 0ct0r Eda Wilhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 j j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 4syl pm lances it orig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Ltd. Iii song a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store North Broadway now Philadelphia 4syl 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 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 Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care la Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental Mitchell d. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block new Philadelphia 0. Over Raiffe a hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. A amp a Quot and Ether administered. Diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House Lias been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 9yl Church directory. every sunday at 10 60 a. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. 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 1030ia. 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 evenings. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, it. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, A a. a meets Friday before Lull Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. L. Mall value. . G. L. , Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows hal1 t. Zellner n. G. I. A. Corp kill rec. Sec a. O. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. Stempi Fly n. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. L. O. 0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. John Dunn c. P. 1. A. Corp kill scribe. Canton Tuscarawas no. 35, p. M., i. 0. 0 f., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. 11. 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. Couch. Adjutant. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each Mouth in knights pythias Hall. A. P. Minnick Regent. Ii. Officer Secretary National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at 0. % �?~�?o1 Userman pres we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. United Brethren preaching every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting Jevery wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday november 17, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 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 amp re remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. A address All matter intended for publication. To the . 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 he 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 he 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. Lion. Gibson Atherton sex Congress Man and sex supreme judge died at his residence thursday morning last paralysis. Circuit court begun at this place tuesday with judges Jenner Follett and Albaugh the Bench and will last All the week. The trial Couglin for the murder Captain Hulligan is in Progress at Ravenna. He will soon join Blinkey Morgan in the Ohio Penitentiary to await execution. In cleaning the cell the anarchist Lingg pieces Iron pipe were found which clearly shows that he killed himself by a dynamite bomb instead a fulminating Cap As was first supposed. Frederick Cook who has just been reelected Secretary state new York having Defeated col. Fred Grant is the president the Rochester driving Park and a devoted horseman. Guernsey county sends a democratic representative to the legislature. 1. Taylor the Republican candidate retires but will continue to edit his paper the times. Or. Boden is the successful Man. The officials the Ohio Penitentiary Are preparing to entertain Blinkey Morgan front now until the time his execution. Extra precautions will be taken to prevent his escape. A watchman will be continually kept duty to report every movement. The dry weather still continues in Central and Southern Illinois. Water has to be hauled ten Miles for culinary purposes. The Chicago and Alton Railroad runs daily water trains through Springfield South to Supply the people and Many other roads Are doing the same. The coroners inquest held at Ashland in the Reynolds Murdi a was closed sat urday last. Daniel Ambrose gave the following verdict a William ii. Reynolds the deceased came to his death by a wound received from a pistol shot fired by James r. Mason and that c. Mason was an accessory to the Ashland seems to have its share murderers. The Republican defeat in new York almost Para Blyzes the political carcass the party. The Chicago inter Ocean loudly Calls for the shamefully abused Roscoe Conkling to come to the front As a Leader. It thinks he can Lead the party Back to Power. This paper says the Republican party in new York Lias gone from bad to worse Ever since . Conkling was banished from the party fold. One thousand men have been engaged in the services the government in work upon the Muski Ngum River Between Zanesville and Marietta. This River has been kept up for Slack water navigation but the dams were growing almost worthless and had to be rebuilt. The River now is in Good condition to Zanesville. An appropriation was made for the purpose. The Cost was about $210,000. The Railroad subscription is still moving Forward. The Farmers along the line Are More favourable and Are aiding some. Two weeks More hard work will undoubtedly bring the desired result if those who Are benefited will lend a Little Aid. The solicitor is now going Over the route toward Cumberland and is assisted by John l. Kennedy. There will he a Railroad meeting at Tabor school House Friday evening. It is hoped there will be a rousing meeting. Beriah a mugwump paper tries to Brace him up in this weeks Issue. His Crew editors will have a sorry time it before they pull him through the nomination for his fourth term. If opposition to Beriah is traitor ism to democracy brother Merrick will think that two thirds the democracy old Tuscarawas has turned traitor before the next Campaign closes. Rise up . Merrick and say whether you Are in favor giving him a fourth term. We pause for reply. Bro. Merrick the managing editor the mugwump paper tries to clip the wings John a. Buchanan by claiming a share the Success in Tuscarawas county As being due to Beriah a efforts. Or. Buchanan should have full credit for the successful management the Campaign in Tuscarawas county the same As a general when a Victory is won in Battle. Does the brother claim a share for Wilkins because his paper played the Roll bom bastes furioso. Who were the sulkers from the Plain dealer. The Columbus special to the Plain dealer to Day headed a a did somebody sulk a can be answered in the affirmative we think without lying. Its published interview with our congressman Beriah Wilkins at Washington gives some wholesome pointers to that official fast year when John Mcbride was a candidate for Secretary state Beriah was also a candidate for Congress and during the Campaign was very Active he made a speech Here and did likewise at Many other Points in the District. Now can it be said that . Mcbride was More deserving t lie efforts our worthy congressman than was that clean Cut Democrat Thomas Powell we think not but account for it the ground that he did not love either Mcbride Powell the less but Wilkins the More and his own interest was his guiding Star last year and will be probably next year. The Holmes county democracy did their own work in the Way organization and it was perfect in every detail and we feel highly complimented to be dubbed the Banner county Ohio by that Veteran Democrat w. W. Armstrong in sundays Plain dealer. Beriah a statement that he knew Ohio would go Republican anyhow is very silly talk coming As it does from a Democrat who Lias had six years office aggravating $30,000 salary it is like a Man standing by and witnessing a deadly conflict Between his brother and a Bear and exclaiming a it is no use to assist my brother As the Bear will whip him a Democrat should be willing to assist democrats at All times and under All circumstances. Our democrats Down in Holmes co. Are unanimous for Grover Cleveland and his administration and they know that Tom Powell feels the same Way and they Are very suspicious Wilkins in that direction and this May have had something to do with his assenting himself in his District during the late Campaign. Let every Democrat show his hand for next year. Holmes county Basset her stakes for 2,100 majority next november for Grover Cleveland and to that end she has already commenced organizing. Holmes county. Millersburg nov. 11,1886. Beriah is the congressman that went into Powell a room in Cleveland the evening before the convention and pledged Powell his support for the nomination and then made a speech in favor Foran that night and voted for him in convention. Beriah is a Slick one and promises Are cheap with cd. Ohio democrats who Hustle for Tom Powell. Columbus o., nov. 13. The following interview with congressman Beriah Wilkins appears in the Eastern papers Washington d. C., nov. 10. Representative Beriah Wilkins Ohio who is Here looking after the construction and finishing his new residence says there was really no necessity the democrats losing Ohio. He thinks a Lack organization and the utterances general Jackson did it. He reconciles himself however by saying that he did not expect to see Ohio go democratic. A it will probably take some years a he says a a to bring Ohio to a reasonable Frame this indicates that Beriah Wilkins really did have some ideas about the late Campaign. This news will be refreshing to Many Ohio democrats who supposed that Beriah had gone into Winter quarters somewhere fallen into a state innocuous Des etude from which it was feared he could not be aroused in time for the next congressional election. But these fears have been dispelled and Beriah arises to say a i told you this is the Only part he has taken in the Campaign not once did he appear at democratic Headquarters not once did he offer a suggestion As to the manner organization conducting the canvass. He was never heard from in regard to his own congressional District even his own county. Or. Wilkins should have stopped right there and asked himself Why there was a Lack organization ? can a party be organized without organizers can a party Hope for Success when the men it Lias elevated to positions Honor and Trust do absolutely nothing that question May Well be asked and thoroughly considered by every Democrat in the state Ohio. The Kansas City Star very wisely suggests the following it has been decided by the supreme court the United states that a statute admitting newspaper readers to jury service is not repugnant to the Constitution the United states. This should be accepted As a notice to All state legis Lacurts to imitate the example Illinois Michigan and one two other states and pass Laws prohibiting the exclusion from jury services citizens who read the newspapers and form opinions when they swear they can Render a fair and impartial verdict the evidence to be submitted to them. To exclude newspaper readers from jury service is to exclude intelligence and there can be no Justice without intelligence. The next Congress will stand democrats 107, republicans 154, Independent 4. Democratic plurality 13. The Senate stands republicans 39, democrats 37. If Riddleberger should vote with the democrats the Senate would be a tie. Riddleberger is like a Frog it is hard to Tell which Way he will jump next. There is one Consolation in the matter and that is that Riddleberger a term expires a year from the 4th next March when a straight out Democrat will represent Virginia in his place. A Plain dealer. The following marriage licenses have been issued Frederick w. Wenger and Alice Abbuhl George m. Decker and Nina e. Jewel Charles d. Swonger and Margaret Dresher John Lenenberger and Anna Kinsey Charles e. Snyder and Helen a. Yos Heli Samuel Shan Wecker and Margaret m. Troendly. The Man who drinks too much whisky is Apt to have a Rye face. The Way the transgressor is hard but it is easy to get into. The band boys have furnished their Assembly room in parlor style. Unquestionably the Best goods for the least Money at w. Sutton amp co. W4 six Hundred cases typhoid fever reported in Cincinnati. Bad water the cause. All the lines West Chicago have commenced the Sale 2,000 mile tickets at the rate two cents a mile. People have been known to talk about gambling All their lives and yet after All go and get married. Postoff Iee hours thanksgiving will be from 8 to 9 a. M., and from 11a. To 12 30 p. In., and from 3 to 4 p. Invitations Are issued for a a a hard times party at canal Dover Friday the 17th. We Hope it will be a Success. The town Wellington o., voted the local option feature monday. The a Drys won with a majority 253. Forty nine head cattle suffering from pleuropneumonia were killed thursday a farm near new Brunswick n. It Isnit the woman who throws pancakes about the House that is dangerous but the one who fires sad Irons too promiscuously. Mrs. Albaugh who attempted suicide a week two ago by shooting herself died tuesday last from the effects the wound. Miss Clara Louise Kellogg was married to her business manager Carl Strakosch a few Days ago. She is aged 45 while her husband is much younger. A woman eighty years age jumped into the River at Adrian Michigan with suicidal intent sunday in the presence a number spectators who were unable to save her from drowning. Miss Josaphine Holloway entertained in splendid style quite a number the new Philadelphia Young folks at the residence . Wolf East High Street tuesday night in Honor her brother Clide. Or. Fred Schmitt sr., Stone Creek died the 7th inst., and was buried the 12th. Kidney disease and old age was the cause his death. He was about 90 years age and had been a very successful Farmer. The marriage miss Lellie Alexander daughter Hon. Ross j. Alexander Bridgeport to Frank Siegel took place tuesday last. Miss Alexander is a highly accomplished Young lady and Well known to Many people in this City. Jacob Keplinger Winfield hanged himself thursday last by a rope fastened to a Rafter in the horse stable. He was seventy years old and was a brother to t. H. Keplinger the same place and was much respected by his neighbors. There will be a Railroad meeting in the interest the z. N. Amp c. Railroad at the Tabor school House Friday evening november 18th, at 7 clock p. Everybody in the Vicinity Are invited to attend. Representatives the Road will be present. A woman poor sick homeless and with a babe in her arms asked for food at the hands the poor authorities at port Huron Michigan a few Days ago and got a ticket to another town. Well Well she might rejoice at an Opportunity getting out that town most any Way Rev. N. B. Banker will commence his pastoral labors in the Baptist Church this City sunday morning november 19, 1887. Services every sunday at the usual hours. The society will be governed by the presbyterian Bell for its gatherings. All Are cordially invited. E. Smith the express messenger who recently killed two robbers near Elpaso was last thursday paid $2,-000 As a Reward by the governor Texas. He expects to receive $2,000 More from the express company and $1,000 additional from the Railroad corporation. The ladies the lutheran Church will give an Oyster supper in the basement the Church thanksgiving evening. The y. P. W. Society will have Sale a number articles among other things a web carpet and a number handsome quilts and comforts. Peter Nungesser an aged German citizen new Philadelphia died the 13th inst., paralysis. Or. Nungesser was born in Auerback Germany july 4th, 1822. He was a tailor by Trade and has resided in new Philadelphia for a number years. He was a quiet peaceable and industrious citizen. The funeral took place tuesday at two p. The annual meeting the Eastern Ohio teachers association will be held at Steubenville november 25 and 26. Teachers will obtain reduced rates railroads if they ask for the reduction at the time purchasing their tickets. Full fare will be paid going but return tickets will be sold at the rate one cent per mile. Or. Reinhart Scheidler an extensive manufacturer engines and saw Mills Newark Ohio while his return from Carroll county business stopped off at new Philadelphia and called Julius Dittmar an old acquaintance. Or. Scheidler has a rare gift in whistling. He has Power to whistle a duet which can be done by but few. He entertained the boys in the Barber shop for several minutes. Personal mention. Allan Getzman Sun Dayed in our City. Or. Gallope Pittsburgh Sun Dayed at the Gil sep. Or. Jay sheets canal Dover spent sunday in this City. Born to . A. Knisely and wife Chicago 111., a son. Miss Lou Wilson has gone to Beaver pa., to school this Winter. Or. Clide Holloway Canton is spending a few Days in our City. Arthur t. Stone Canton spent last thursday and Friday in this City. A. Spence m. D., Flushing has been visiting his parents fair Street. Mrs. Walter Shotwell Cadiz is visiting at her Home judge Mcllvain this City. _ . And mrs. Welty and miss Emma visited friends in Bridgeport this . And mrs. Edwin Arnold Massillon spent sunday at her fathers East Avenue. Mrs. Battershell East front Street was at Canton last week to attend the wedding her Niece. Edward Douthitt who is attending College at Athens Ohio was Home a visit a few Days returning Elfis week. Miss Ida ploughman left wednesday last for Cleveland to make her Home this Winter with . And mrs. Peter ditto. _ . And mrs. W. Ii. Smith Uhrichsville were in attendance at the family party Given by . And mrs. Of Donnell East High Street. Messes. Will c. Galvin and Chas. F. Carnahan Pittsburgh spent sunday with their friends misses Gertrude Spence and Nano Boothe. Mrs. Emma work and Little daughter returned to her Home in Massillon saturday last after a five weeks visit with her parents in this City. Or. And mrs. Lewis Jones this City spent last week visiting relatives at Uhrichsville port Washington and Gilmore and returned Home monday. Or. And mrs. Fowler East Liverpool and . And mrs. Hines near Uhrichsville visited m. Guthrie East front Street this week. Miss Ruth Hoffman the new Philadelphia schools visited her sister miss Maggie the Mineral Point schools saturday and sunday. She was accompanied by miss Sadie Stoody who came up for a Short visit with her Cousin mrs. G. W. Pointer. Married. the Home the brides parents i. I. Simmers and wife in Canton thursday last november 10th, by Rev. Herbrook . Elmer Benner son commissioner Robert t. Benner Trenton and miss Florence simmers Canton. Obituary. Hugh Rinehart who resided West High Street died suddenly saturday night last. He had suffered with that dreadful disease consumption for Over fifteen years and Tutje Day his death was apparently no worse than usual until an hour two before his death he called his wife to his Side and told her he was dying and that he would meet her that heavenly Shore where there was no pain nor sorrow. Or. Rinehart was a True Christian a Loving husband and a kind and indulgent father. He was much respected by All who knew him and was a member the German reformed Church since boyhood. Or. Rinehart was married in 1857 to miss Lizzie Weber and enjoyed thirty years married life. He leaves seven children five daughters and two sons All whom Are living. He was sixty four years age. The funeral took place monday afternoon at two clock Rev. Accolla officiating. _ tuesday last being the birthday miss May Erwin now Stone Creek but formerly canal Dover her Many Young friends this place and Dover concluded to give her a Surprise. There were about forty present in All. The evening was spent in dancing playing games and singing until 12 clock when All were invited to partake an elegant supper. Miss Erwin received several handsome presents among them a set Garnet ear rings breast pin and ring presented her by her Cousin Thomas Erwin. It was an occasion Long to be remembered by All present. The new Philadelphia crowd arrived Home about six clock in the morning and the Dover folks did not do much better. A vindication. Or. Harter in limbo. Or. Editor an article appeared in the chronicle last week with reference to the punishment a Pupil Sallie Jones Uhrichsville by her teacher miss Jennie Wyckoff which places miss Wyckoff in an untrue Light before the Public and in Justice to this teacher we can truthfully say that the article for the most part is utterly false. There is no truth in the statement that there was blood drawn and that the child fell to the floor and was pulled to her feet by her hair. It is wholly untrue. A Little malice is at the Bottom these charges. The punishment was rather severe but the Case was an extreme one. The Board education sustained the teacher. Let the truth Only be told. Justice. Uhrichsville nov. 16,1887. You will save Money by buying your clothing hats Caps and gents furnishing goods w. Sutton amp co. 44w4 charged with complicity in the Beck jewelry burglary at Uhrichsville he Falls into a trap set for him by detectives. Information was received in the City this morning the arrest w. H. Harter a Well know jeweler Steubenville the charge complicity in the recent burglary George Becky a jewelry store at Uhrichsville. The arrest was made at Cadiz yesterday by detectives employed by Beck. It seems that a Day two after the burglary which occurred last wednesday night Harter had a conference with marshal Scott in regard to the matter intimating to Scott that he thought he had a clue that would Lead to the recovery the stolen property which is valued at $5,000. Before the conference closed he went so far As to propose to secure the return the goods condition that he be paid $1,-000 delivery to Beck. The marshal communicated with Beck giving him the terms proposed by Larter. Or. Beck came to Steubenville and had a conference with Harter and the marshal. He made the declaration that he had been robbed three times and that he could not afford to lose the goods and he proposed running the burglars Down at any Cost. Arrangements were made for another conference Between Harter and Beck which was held at Uhrichsville Harter having been Given $100 As a guarantee Good Faith. The two failed to agree As to terms and Larter returned to Steubenville. In the meantime Beck had two detectives employed both whom came the train with Harter unknown to him and it is Likely they got some information in this Way. At All events after their return to Uhrichsville yesterday Beck telegraphed to Harter that he would agree to the terms and for him to meet Beck at Cadiz with the goods. Harter with two Valise filled with stolen jewelry got the morning train and when near Cadiz the detectives who were the train arrested him and took him to Uhrichsville yesterday evening and he is now in jail at new Philadelphia. The detectives Learned that one the Active burglars in the Case a Man named Lynch who lives Here had arranged to meet Harter in his store North fourth Street this morning and were hands to grab him. He made his appearance time and was arrested and taken out to Uhrichsville at ten clock this morning. There is another one yet to be arrested. Harter has been in the jewelry business in this City for several years and has failed two three times but in each Case fixed matters so As to resume and at this time he is carrying quite an establishment. He is now also under indictment for receiving stolen goods and it is Likely that this is the size the present Gazette. These parties have had a hearing before j ustice Richards and bound Over to court failing to give bail were sent to jail. Fabulous wealth in sight. The new Gold mine in Arizona alleged to be the richest Ever discovered. Prescott a. T., november 15. Private advices show that the recently discovered Gold mine ten Miles from Here the Hass Vampa River is Richer by far than anything Ever discovered in the world. The Ore averages $1,000 per ton and thousands tons Are in sight. Two men yesterday with a common mortar pounded out $800 in less than one hour. The Gold clings to the Rock in the purest Scales. A Man with a knife can scale off a handful in a few minutes. There is every indication the ledge containing fabulous wealth. This River Lias produced millions in years past in Placer mining and one occasion a pocket was found which yielded $100,000 in a few weeks. People Are flocking there in great numbers. No Patent driven Wells. A decision was rendered in the United states supreme court at Washington yesterday that will be Especial interest to hundreds persons in the state and will be the Means saving theft Many thousands dollars in the aggregate. The famous drive Well Patent Lias been declared invalid. This will put an end to All suits for infringement and prevent the further collection royalties. An opposite decision was rendered by a lower court some time ago and the strength this agents the Patentee have been reaping a Rich Harvest among Farmers and others All Over the country who have been using this style Well. Meetings have been held m various places in Ohio and funds raised to fight the Patent to the bitter end. The result is the decision the supreme court in favor the infringes. A Plain dealer. Clawed by a Wildcat. Assemblyman Charles Underhill Franklin n. J., while walking through the Woods to his Home a night two since became conscious that he was being followed by some animal. Thinking it was a dog he turned to drive it away when it suddenly sprang upon his Back and began to scratch and snarl. Although much frightened . Underhill Shook the animal off and beat it with the Cane which he carried. The Cane was broken to pieces before the animal retreated. Or. Underhill was severely bitten and scratched the right hand and neck. He thinks the animal was a Wildcat. A heavenly wonder. A Star and a Crescent seen at mid Day. Ionia Michigan nov. 13. About 12 25 p. Friday a Bright Star and a Crescent burst into View in the mid heaven and did not dim when the Sun came from behind a Cloud. The uncanny visitor faded out gradually but not until nearly the entire City had seen it and the crowds were Aue struck at the sight. Some the More superstitious connected the phenomenon with hanging the anarchists and taking the difference in time into consideration the coincidence was somewhat remarkable. _ overcoats at lower prices than any other House in the county at w. So a. Murder near Spencer two imbecile females murdered by their step Mother. A double murder was committed in Medina county last tuesday. A . Garrett who moved from Carlisle Lorain county about one year ago lives a farm near Spencer. Garrett is about sixty year3 old and has been married twice and is the father two children by his first wife. His present wife is also possessed an equal number children by her first husband. Garrett a children were both girls respectively aged 22 and 30 years not altogether Brilliant but possessed a kind and Loving nature and were a great help to their father in farm work. The present mrs. Garrett is a kentuckian by birth Well built and Beautiful and about thirty years age. It seems that she did not take kindly to her imbecile step daughters and wanted her husband to get them out her Way. She also wanted the old gentleman to deed her the farm one Hundred acres and buildings which they lived. This he refused to do and a bad feeling which would occasionally crop out has Ever since existed. On the morning above mentioned about two clock some their neighbors were aroused by mrs. Garrett saying that their House was fire. They at once went to the scene the fire and went to work to save the confined inmates. At this juncture a strange ? coincidence happened. It was noticed that mrs. Garrett and her two children were up and out the danger the burning House while . Garrett and his two daughters were in the building. She made no Effort to arouse them from their slumber Rescue them. The two girls were taken out dead. On their foreheads were unmistakable Marks caused by blows from a Hammer some similar instrument and their throats the imprint human fingers were plainly visible. Their limbs were horribly scalded although their bed was twelve feet from any stove and scarcely More than a dozen buckets water were used in extinguishing the flames. This plainly told the tale foul play. They had been murdered. The old Man was taken out More dead than alive and it is thought they intended to do away with him As he was drugged and could not be aroused for some time. When aroused he would do nothing but Render heart piercing cries Over the loss his two daughters. Mrs. Garrett apparently took the matter very coolly and had nothing to say. She had been cleaning House the Day previous and most the furniture was moved out the building. The supposition is that she drugged . Garrett and his two daughters then murdered the daughters by hammering choking and scalding them and then set fire to the building intending to wait until it was under Good headway before she aroused the neighbors. However she called them too soon and her dastardly crime was discovered. Mrs. Garrett wus arrested charged with the double murder and was jailed at , Wooster. To warm for the Parrot. A Good joke is told one the Kingston boys who recently went to Chattanooga to engage in Railroad business. He was engaged in loading an express car and in the Rush and hurry loading a Parrot was put in a Corner unnoticed by him and a lot stuff filled up around the Bird. In the same car was a Corpse. After the train bad got some distance from the City and All was silent the messenger was startled by hearing a a in a hot in a hot let me out a the men say that Robert stayed Long enough to exclaim a a hanged if you done to get hotter than that before you get out a and bolted out the platform. We offer the following special bargains 50 new Market and misses cloaks at 10 per cent less than Cost. Ladies children a and menus underwear at Cost. Ladies and misses Gossamer Coats at Cost. All heavy cloaking and Astrachan Wool Plush silk Plush diagonals silk brocades and Boncela cloaks at Cost. Some styles at 10 per cent less than Cost. Also All Light coloured dress goods such As Nunns ceilings examines Albatross Serges India linens and dotted Swiss and All embroideries and laces at Cost. Special bargains in Silks after dec. 1st will be sold after that Date at Cost. Williams amp Horning. New Philadelphia nov. 17. 47w2 Fri Bleys a. Try Fribley a for blankets. Try Fribley a for a a Fribley a Are giving big bargains. Try Fribley a prices dry goods. Try Fribley a for Good warm comforts. Fribley a do actually sell the cheapest. Fribley a they have the finest line Silks. Fribley a they Down Mem All Black goods. Try Fribley a prices underwear. Fribley a they have All Good goods. Fribley a they sell the lowest. Fribley a sell cheap for Cash. Try Fribley a for bargains. Wonderful cures. W. Hoyt amp co., wholesale and retail druggists Rome ga., say we have been Selling . Kings new discovery electric bitters and Bucklen a Arnica Salve for two years. Have never handled remedies that sell As Well give such Universal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this City. Several cases pronounced consumption have been entirely cured by use a few bottles . Kings new discovery taken in connection with electric bitters. H e guarantee them always. Sold by Jiller amp son. I have Money to loan in sums from $300 to $10,000 Tuscarawas county o., real estate. Jno. A. Himes new Philadelphia 45w3. A horrible murder. A Man kills his wife with an a and then Burns her body. Columbia s. C., nov. 15. On saturday afternoon Stephen Bailey Engineer a steam saw Mill in Berkely county quarrelled with his wife and knocked her in the head with an a from the effects which she died in a few minutes. He hid the body until night when he placed it in a wheel Barrow and carted it to the engine room. He stripped a part the clothing from the body and threw it into the fiery Furnace. In his excitement Bailey neglected to hide the bloody garments. The next morning the woman was missed. The clothes were found in the engine room and further examination her charred remains were found in the Furnace. Suspicion pointed to Bailey and he was arrested. He at once made a full confession. He was handcuffed and tied to a Post to prevent him from escaping. He borrowed a knife from a Little son the Constable to clean out his pipe and while no one was watching him lie attempted to commit suicide by cutting his Throat. His manacles and the dullness the knife however prevented his immediate death but his Throat was horribly gashed. Bailey received surgical attention and soon recovered sufficient strength to be carried to the county jail at mount pleasant. Normal school. The Winter term our school will open monday november 14th, 1887. A goodly number ladies and gentlemen have already enrolled for the term. A thorough course in higher algebra higher arithmetic and Engligh grammar will be Given. A first class writing school will be conducted in connection with the Normal by prof. F. Kuhns who graduated in prof. G. Bixler a pen Art Lylall at Wooster Ohio. Try our school before going elsewhere. For further particulars address John p. Kuhn Box 707, new Philadelphia 43w4 the leading Industry. The state Alabama imposes a tax pistols Dirks Bowie knives etc., and property this sort is regularly listed for taxation. The auditors report for the year 188g shows that the taxable property this description As Given in was $420,493.04. The same year the value farming implements As shown by the same authority was $s6,267. And yet the people say that a their poverty keeps them would it not be Well Fer them to beat their Bowie knives into pruning Hooks and their pistols into ploughshares wraps wraps Friday and saturday november 18 and 19, we will have exhibition and for Sale the largest and finest line ladies misses and childrens wraps Ever shown in this Section the country at prices lower than Ever. Seal skin Jacques Seal Plush wraps and jackets Astrachan frieze and Plush Short wraps Raglan and Ulster in Check and Stripe and jackets every description. Very respectfully John Burry amp son no 1 City Block new Philadelphia. Greatly excited. Do you want a first class suit overcoat at reasonable figures ? if you do visit w. Sutton amp co. 44w4. Not a few the citizens new Philadelphia have recently become greatly excited Over the astounding facts that Many their friends who have been announced by their physicians As incurable and beyond All Hope suffering with that dreaded monster consumption have been completely cured by . Kings new discovery for consumption the Only remedy that does positively cure All Throat and lung diseases coughs colds asthma and bronchitis. Trial bottle free at Jiller a songs drug store. Large bottles $1.00. 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 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 fell Over the Bridge. Steubenville nov. 15. Last night Webb Frazier Hopedale Harrison county was taking a car Load hogs through to Pittsburgh. When near Mingo he went Forward to see if the hogs were All right. In his return to the caboose he stepped off the Gondola and fell Over the Bridge to the Roadway Twenty feet below fracturing his Skull. He is lying at Mingo and will probably die. Notice to sportsmen. Last the anarchists. There will be a grand shooting match held at my place business lower Stone Creek wednesday the 23rd this month. All Rifle and shot gun clubs Are cordially invited to be present and participate in the sport. A Good Supply prize turkeys has been arranged for. Yours respectfully John Wasserfallen. Attempt to Burn a court House. Wooster o., november 15. Late last night the Slat doors the court House were discovered fire. A lighted match had been placed Between the slats by unknown persons who evidently intended to Burn the court House. The timely discovery by the janitor prevented a conflagration. 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 if you want a pair pants made to order go to w. Sutton amp co. 44w4 leather shoe findings harness collars and everything usually kept in a leather and harness store at Zimmerman a. He pays Cash for hides furs and sheep pelts. 47w3 a few minutes before 12 clock november 11th, 1887, spies Parsons Engel and Fisher the penalty their crime. They All faced death bravely talked and laughed. They refused ministerial services. All them took stimulant just before being prepared Tor the scaffold. The execution was witnessed by about two Hundred persons. Their last words were As follows spies a a there will come a time when our silence will be More powerful than the voices they Are strangling to death. Engels a a Hurrah for anarchy a Fischer a a Hurrah for anarchy. This is the happiest moment my Parsons a a May i be allowed to speak will you let me speak sheriff Matson ? let the voice the people be the bodies the four men were turned Over to their families. It was a sad scene and a Day Long to be remembered by All observers. It should be a lasting warning to those who endorse Advance the cause the anarchists. Lingg was his own executioner and cheated the Gallows by blowing his head almost off by the use an explosive Cap which he had in his Mouth and exploded it. On the 12th inst., Fielden and Schwab the two anarchists whose sentence was commuted to life imprisonment were permitted to talk with their wives and children for an hour before parting which was a very touching scene. They thanked sheriff Matson for his kindness toward them. They were then handcuffed and shackled and ushered off to Jolliet there to be confined for the remainder their lives dead to their families and dead to the world. The execution the four was quietly and successfully done and nothing a disturbing tendency occurred in the City. The funerals took place monday followed by an immense concourse people. Chicago nov. 14. The news to Day says Clearing Trio Way before the funeral procession the dead anarchists yesterday marched a grand army Veteran bearing a fourth july copy the stars and stripes emblazoned with the Battles in which he had fought. This was the Only Flag displayed along the March. Its presence was resented by the anarchists they had been prohibited from carrying the red Flag and they appealed to the police to prevent the Veteran from flaunting the stars and stripes before the corpses their Brethren. For once the police would Fain oblige the anarchists but they dared not. The old Man Shook his Flag in the face anarchy and said he had braved death under its folds the Field Battle and he was prepared to die under it there. The police started to prevent this affront to anarchy in the presence its dead but the crowd upon the sidewalk surged Forward and cheering for the old Veteran and the National Emblem forced the police Back. From the Lake Street viaduct to the depot the stars and stripes held its place at the head the procession and was cheered All along the route. Put to work in prison. Joliet ills., november 14. Michael Schwab and Samuel Fielden the anarchists were taken out court solitary this morning looking Hearty and Bright and were put to work. Schwab was put in the convict Kitchen where his work will be to help Peel potatoes chop hash and prepare the convicts food. Fielden was assigned to the Stone department. Anarchists in Wheeling. The execution the Chicago anarchists has aroused the ire the same class in Wheeling. Two men were seen to throw something in the Gutter by the Curbstone close to the residence a retired capitalist and then run. An explosion soon followed which Shook the buildings in the Vicinity hut no damage was done to property Only the tearing up the pavement. Transfers real estate. I As compiled in the Ollilee the recorder deeds. 1 Catharine Adest trustee to John Weber 44 acres Dover township $610. David Renecker to John Kenecke 4 acres Union township $1. John Renecker to John i. Renecker 4 acres Union township love and Section. John w. Kron it Al to George Keif 18 acres York township $1,440. John Booth to George Booth 200 acres Oxford township $8,001. Eli e. Travis to Chas. Lahmers 100 acres Auburn township $4,036.20. Lewis l. Travis to Chas Lahmers 100 acres Auburn township $4,036.20. Rufus Roth to Catharine e. Bouse her 3 acre Warwick township $1. W. Browne to Thomas j. Kennedy 35i acres Washington township $1,500. Jas. Booth it Al to a. Warner 80 acres Oxford township $3,000. Rachael Shaw to Annie and a. Of. Kalt j acre Goshen township $1. Samuel i Davis to Jas f Evans lot 41, Bolivar $400. Rosina Minger to Frank w. Leggett lot 17, in Ike run $220. Jas c Johnson to Patrick Dorsey lots 10 and 11, Dennison $325. Katy a Uhrich to the Dennison water Supply co 1 acre Dennison $200. The Tuscarawas Coal and Iron co to Jacob t Maurer 1131 acres Dover township $3,533.50. Jos Loeb to Geo w Lealea lots 7 and 8, Dennison $200. Peter Paulus to John w Paul us 80 acres Jefferson township $3,000. Elias Johnson to Mary a Robson part lots 169 and 170, Uhrichsville $1,500. The Zoar society to Wilhelmina Geckeler lots 10 and 11, Valley City $300. Elizabeth Cripe to Benj Selsor 50 54-100 acres Wayne township $125. Mary Milleman to Mangnus Becker 18 acres Dover township $800. The new Railroad prospects Are Good

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