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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 22, 1888, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published Kekry thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Hnas posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your favor solicited. Volume Iii. New Philadelphia times new Philadelphia o., thursday november 22, 1888. The a a times advertising rates. Spack. I to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y or. One Inch. 8 1 00 9 2 0o 8 3 00 amp 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 7 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 i 50 12 .50 22 50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices five cents per line. Number 48. Professional cards. Yrs. N. Richards m. Physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office in Lytle Block Over furniture store. 4�?~iyl up c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day or night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South of c a i depot. A As. A. Richards. Jos. T. Sci i loll Oil. Richards amp Mccullough attorneys at Law 4yl new Philadelphia Ohio. Prances rom 10, attorney at Law and notary Public u ice in tiie Mclane Block. New Philadelphia Ohio. 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 on North Broadway. I j ii. Booth attorney at Law. Notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to t collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the t ourt House North Broadway. Lyl Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to Bis care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. Joseph Murphy a livery a feed stable pillllipsburg11. Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Office and stable near Railroad depot. Oct. 25. 4m6 Bucklen s Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cut. Bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller a son. Y2 Babcock Hurd. Amp co., wholesale grocers 106 a 108 water St., Cleveland. Ii. Babcock ii. Hurd dr., Chari is Babcock 11. A. Bishop Mcclelland ii urd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited of new York for the Sale of t heir celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands a get roasted Coffee. 2lyl the Wilsey House new Philadelphia times Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday november 22, 1888. Doings of the week. Office m Hummel Block East High St., second floor. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 Tfir the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in Advance is 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should he sent by draft. Registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. $5fr�?oaddress All matter intended for publication. To the times. 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. 9yl t. W. Mcdermott 1. V. S., honorary graduate of the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases of Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly . Carious t Etui removed. It pays to keep a horses 11 Etui in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones in St treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph or otherwise promptly an swered. 4�-office Over Loutzenheise re a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio Al remodeler refitted and refurnished throw out hew $ Johnson $ House. H. B. West manager 133 Superior Street Cleveland Ghiso. Terms�?$1.50 to $2.00, according to room. Clerks >2yl til of. Ii. Case l. Goldell. Money to loan on first Mortick farm Security at Low rates of interest. Loans Only taken r three years or More and for sums of and upwards. Privilege of making partial payments of Floo or More on Loans granted and Extension of time Given when interest is kept up promptly. No commission and no charges for recording mortgages. For further particulars and information address we. Ii. Ross Gene a agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. 42m> october 11, 1888. Children cry for pitchers Castoria. When baby was sick we gave her Castoria. When she was a child she cried for Castoria when she became miss she Clung to Castoria when she had children she gave them Castoria. Go to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray. A magnificent daily train service a the Montana express a will be 1 Nauru rated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining Gars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities of Montana great Falls. Helena amp Butte 1 i for maps and general information inquire of your own ticket age to or f. I. Whitney Gen 1 Pas. And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. Or. B. I. Beacons Republican of Carroll county who voted for Cleveland is being severely persecuted by republicans of his Village mechanics town. Or. Grady the editor 01&Quot the Atlanta Constitution at Atlanta ga., was offered the c. Senator ship by a Large following sufficient at least to nominate him but he declined to be a candidate. France still inflicts capital punishment with the Guillotine. A Man by the name of Prado was sentenced to death a few Days ago for murder and will be beheaded in this manner. The yellow fever plague is still hovering Over Jacksonville. There were 34 new cases last week. Total cases to the 15th instant 4,552 total deaths 392. This gives a death rate of a Small fraction Over per cent. Oil is said to be of great value to Calm the Waves in a storm at sea or 0 1 the Lake and enables a vessel to pass throw in safety. Congress will be asked to a Law requiring vessel owners to Ltd carry Oil for this purpose and to keep the necessary appliances for distributing it on the water. Alfred Taylor a Democrat is governor of Tennessee and Bob Taylor High brother a Republican was elected to Congress this fall. They made the race for governor once in their respective parties and the Democrat Alfred Tay Lor was elected. It is said they stumped the state together and spoke from the same platform. A heavy failure of clothiers at Chicago occurred 011 the 16th inst. It was the wholesale firm of Lindauer Bros. A co., and one of the largest in the country. Dow would it do to charge this up to the election of Harrison. It would seem As reasonable As to charge tiie Low Price of Wool at the opening of tin1 Wool season to the passage of the Mills Bill in the lower House of Congress. Wealth seems to captivate some women to such a degree that their acts seem to be in dire conflict with nature. Such seems to he the predicament of miss Endrott the Twenty two year old daughter of Secretary of War Endi Cott when she wedded the Hon. Jos Chamberlain a member of the House of parliament England who is about 56 years old and a widower with eight children. To become a Bride and Stepmother so Young with such disparity of years can Only he accounted for by a desire to gain rank and wealth. Wealth is a great seducer. Is it any wonder the a a Floater so ballot is controlled by Money. The Cleveland and Canton narrow gauge Railroad was widened to the Standard gauge on saturday. The ties had been placed without stopping the traffic of the Road and the gauge was taken and the outside spikes were driven ready for sunday work. Detachments of men from the c. Amp p., c. L. Amp w. And other roads were engaged for the work. Ail the narrow gauge rolling Stock was run into Headquarters on saturday. Almost simultaneously from one end of the Road to the other the rails were placed in position and the old ones taken up. On monday a Standard gauge was in full operation. This is a decided improvement to Coshocton Baltic Shanesville Canton Carrollton and in fact All the towns along the line Are Beneti Ted. This is one of the roads that is being extended through Harrison county. The Wheeling and Lake Erie is the other Road. If the Cannon Ball line is built then this would make three new railroads passing through one Side of Harrison county. Freeport should now revive the old Calico Road which is already graded to Antrim and have it built to Freeport to connect with the c. L. Amp w. Road. This would make an excellent outlet to the b. Amp News from port a Iyce Hayti bring tiie information that the Northern ports Are All blockaded in open violation of International Law and the wildest disorder prevails in port a Prince a a the Steamer Haytian Republic was seized As a pirate and not a blockade runner. The haitians wanted to shoot All the officers and Crew but the foreign consuls protested against this and the lives of the americans were therefore spared. There is Only one Man of War in the Harbor of port a Prince and she is carrying the French Flag. There Are seven american vessels now detained at this port and there is absolutely now 110 defense in Case the should take a notion to commit depredations. The Schooner William Jones of Boston was recently seized by the Dessalines and her Captain informed me that the haitians tired a shot across her bows compelling him to heave Loo when they boarded her and put the Crew in Irons. They then towed the Schooner to port a Prince where she is detained As a prize. This seizure was made seven Miles out at sea and the Captain of the William Jones had protested against this illegal seizure to minister Thompson. The other american vessels cannot get their clearance papers or cargo and those which will be permitted to depart will have to return to the United states in ballast. Our City a visitors. Two men in St. Louis and one in new York have gone crazy on account of the election excitement. Mount Rose California has lost its Cap of Snow for the first time within the memory of Man. Subject of Rev. Cooke a Sermon next sunday evening will be a using this world As not abusing Post office hours 011 thanksgiving Day will be As follows open from 7 to 9 a. M., and from 3 to 4 V. Ream has a Good seven room House on Ray Street for rent. Enquire for further particulars at his Law office. Remember the times office is Headquarters for neat and artistic Job printing and our prices Are reasonable in every particular. Harry Watson one of the Ohio Democrat employees had his hand crushed in the Job press last Friday which lays him Oil for repairs. Thanksgiving services will be held in the presbyterian Church thursday evening nov. 29th, at seven of clock. Rev. J. R. Keyes pastor of m. E. Church will preach. The y. W. Of Emanuel a lutheran Church will hold a fair and festival in the basement of said building for a week previous to holidays. Mrs. Helen Stuart Riching of Boston mass., will give three lectures on spiritualism in Eagle Hall tuesday wednesday and thursday evening nov. 27, 28 and 29. The Public respectfully invited. Lectures free. Lord Sackville sold his household effects at Washington 011 the 19th instant. A Large crowd was present to buy articles As mementos. Sackville returned to London a Wiser Man than before. The following marriage licenses have been granted Janies Being try and Flora Baxter Adam Miller and Emma Renner William Riggs and Emma Elwood John w. Patterson and Sarah j. Lleida. Daniel Day who resided near Mineral Point died on monday the 12th instant after a Short illness of liver trouble and blood poisoning. He was 74 years of age and a highly respected Pointer. It was when the late prof. Proctor was an English school examiner that a Little girl defined the difference Between a Man and a brute As follows a a a brute is an imperfect beast Man is a perfect the friends of mrs. Taylor gave her a very pleasant Surprise tuesday evening coming As they did with Well filled baskets of All kinds of Good things to eat and spending a very pleasant evening. The family move we understand from West Ray to High Street. Gen. Clark clerk of the House of representatives now admits that the republicans will have a possible 1 to 3 majority there Are three districts still in doubt. Each party has 161 members that is certain and the doubtful three will prob Bably fall 011 the Republican Side. There Are hosts of aspirants for the Post office in this City. Among whom Are Daniel Korns Enoch Fribley Henry Schwitzer David Newton Adam Ster Mer Thomas Fribley Edward Sargent de. Kaldenbaugh we. Walton Jack Dunn and Wes. Welty. Somebody is going to get left and it will cause a Lively scramble. Robert Mead of Uhrichsville procured a marriage License on saturday last to marry miss Sarah e. Patterson. The usual affidavit was made As to the age of the girl and the License was issued and the parties were duly married. Monday of this week a or. Schwitzer father of a rival Lover of the girl filed an affidavit before a Squire Richards of thin place charging Mead with perjury and that the girl was Only sixteen years old. A warrant was issued and Mead brought before the Justice. Upon the examination it was developed that the girl had told her intended husband that she was of age. The parents had Given Timeir consent also to the marriage. The court thereupon discharged tiie accused on the ground that he had not committed wilful perjury. There seemed to be some feeling Between the accused and or. Schweitzer and that was the cause of the complaint. The Case of the state of Ohio against Young and Shisler of Harrison county charged with grand larceny began on monday. Messes. A. O. Barnes a member of the Cadiz bar and a. L. Neely of this City appeared for the defendants and James g. Patrick prosecuted in behalf of the state. The property alleged to have been stolen was a buggy and harness. The buggy was said to have been stolen from a Man by the name of Watson in Rush township this county. The property was found in the hands of a Man by the name of Denney who resides near Cadiz Harrison county to whom Shisler and Young had traded the buggy. The defendants claim they had traded for the buggy and harness and were lawfully 111 Possession of it and that they did not know it was stolen when they traded for it. When the parties were arrested it created a Surprise in their neighbourhood for the boys had born a Good reputation up to the time of the charge. Quite an array of witnesses were present from Harrison county who had been subpoenaed on character they having been acquainted with the boys from childhood. We noticed among them Rev. Samuel Patterson William Lukins James Welsh or. R. H. Simmons Elijah Rogers Simmons Black j. K. Low Bert Clark and Samuel Birney of Deersville and Thomas Moore and Thomas Mcelroy of Cadiz. Mrs. John s. Graham is visiting relatives in Canton. Or. Charles Carnahan of Dennison was in town saturday. Stelling Knisely spent several Days in Newcomerstown last week. E. H. Johnson of Mansfield has taken a position in the Democrat office. Mrs. Will. Smith and Little daughter Helen spent saturday in our City. Or. Grant Mitchell of Canton spent sunday with his father in this City. Jesse Spence of Flushing spent saturday and sunday with his parents in this City. _ Harry Neeley and wife of Pittsburg were at the Exchange hotel several Days the past week. Walter Stewart of Canton was in the City visiting friends last week the guest of Ben. Sweitzer. Mrs. Hover ton Dodd is lying seriously ill of intermittent fever. It is hoped she will soon recover. Frank Jones left tuesday night for Louisville ky., to attend the marriage of miss Irwin Baker. Jacob Miller was Given a very pleasant Surprise on sunday afternoon it being his 57th birthday anniversary. Cards Are out announcing the marriage of miss Ida Tufer to or. Tom. Mcdermott thanksgiving Day. Miss Lizzie Rummel of new Philadelphia is visiting miss May Leggett this week Conotton Valley Timex. Mrs. Henry Congleton after a two months visit with friends in Kansas returned to her Home i 1 n. P., saturday. Rev. C. Mcnulty of Topeka kas., with his wife and Little children Are visiting mrs. Fannie Vinton on North Broadway. Little Kittie and Marguerite Maurer were playing with the clothes ringer and both had their fingers badly Hurt being caught Between the rubber rollers. A drunk on free whisky saturday night last the republicans sought to have a Jollif cation Over the recent political Victory and Many of them did mollify to their hearts Content but to tiie disgust of Many of their Republican friends. A reasonable amount of fire works had been purchased and it had been announced before hand to be a Mammoth affair that would Surprise the average citizen and especially the democrats. The procession How Ever was rather tame and not near up to an enthusiastic republicans expectation. The number of torches was somewhat limited. After the Parade the display of fireworks came off which was of moderate proportions. A general pandemonium reigned for half an hour. Then the greater portion of the crowd retired to their Homes but Many of the More enthusiastic ones could not retire without partaking of the luxury of the occasion a free drunk a Glori aus drunk a patriotic drunk and a drunk it was the Salt River crowd looked on and smiled and thought Well the drunkards Are not All in the democratic party. Earthquake in California. President Cleveland. Will take a Long rest upon his retirement from Public life. San Francisco nov. 18. A Shock of earthquake that was Sharp enough to cause Many people in hotels and private houses to run out into the Street was Felt Here this afternoon. The direction was Northwest to Southeast. Duration was ten seconds. Telegrams tonight say that the Shock was Felt throughout California. Observations on movements of the earthquake taken at universities at Oakland and Alameda show the motion and direction to be virtually the same As in this City. The University of California reports the Shock to be the severest since 1871. In some places the children Are reported to have been rolled out of their cradles. The Shock was followed by a rumbling sound which was distinctly audible. American blockade runner confiscated. New York nov. 18. The Haytian legation has received this information the prize court of port a Prince after trial has condemned the american Steamer Haytian Republic to confiscation for violating the blockade of the port of St. Marc and for actively participating in the rebellion of the Northern districts of Hay to. The sentence of the court was passed on oct. 31, last. The United states steamship Boston has arrived at port a Prince where her command is assisting the United states minister in investigating the Case. An Appeal May be taken to the court of cassation supreme court. A Small but sure majority. Washington nov. 18. T. Riley chairman of the democratic state committee of West Virginia has sent the following dispatch to the Post Wheeling w. Va., nov. 18. The official returns from this state Are sufficiently ascertained to warrant the announcement of the election of judge a. B. Fleming the democratic Candi Date for governor by a Small but sure majority. The rest of the state ticket is elected by larger majorities. The legislature will stand on joint ballot 46 democrats 44 republicans and 1 labor Union Independent. New York nov. 19. A Washington special says president Cleveland does not expect to become president of a Railroad company or counsel for a corporation when he retires from the executive office on the fourth Day of next March. Lie has not decided to go to Europe nor will lie live in retirement at Oakview or sell that Fine suburban property As various reports have been stated. First of All or. Cleveland will take a Good Long vacation when he retires from office. He will spend some time in new York City and perhaps make a Western trip later in the Spring As far As the Pacific coast. When summer opens it is Likely to find him at his brother a parsonage upon the Edge of the North Woods ready to strike into the wilderness for a Long fishing expedition and then Well or. Cleveland himself does not know just what he will do next. Lie intends to be As deliberate in making up his mind about settling Down in life As he is in determining his acts in Public life. The chances Are that another autumn will see citizen Grover Cleveland one of the 1,600,000 souls that make up the population of the great Metropolis. But the rest and fishing and travel Are to come first and about the latter especially there will be Many consultations in which mrs. Grover Cleveland a views will have great weight before the program is decided upon. Oakview will not be sold unless somebody should offer a very big Price for it. It will not Long be the Home of the Cleveland a but they will hold it As an investment. The lands All around it Are rapidly increasing in value and it will some Day be Worth a great Deal of Money. An electric Railroad will run out to it from the City by another summer. Done with sectional ism. The South As much a fart of the Union As tiie North. New York nov. 19. A Birmingham ala., special says the Aye Herald 111 a leading editorial today says the South has been done with sectional ism since her armies surrendered. She desires nothing More than a Complete obliteration of sectional lines and issues in politics. There is no personal ill feeling entertained towards the president in the South. He is a gentleman by birth and education and the South always appreciates a Man of that class. There Are some apprehensions in the South that a Republican administration May return to the baneful policy of interference in Southern local affairs which marked former administrations of that party. The South is too Busy building railroads furnaces and factories and developing her Mineral resources to desire any political agitation. The South will be As Friendly to president Harrison As he to the South. In the same degree that he reposes Trust in our people and treats them As he does the people of other sections will the Southern people return that Trust. That the South cherishes any feeling of sullen resentment is wholly imaginary. Let the South be assured that the incoming administration intends it 110 harm then will the administration receive As kindly a Welcome Here As any other part of the Union. All the leading democratic papers of the state have published editorials of a similar Tenor and they seem to voice the sentiments of All the respectable democrats. Greatly excited. Not a few of the citizens of new Philadelphia have recently become greatly excited Over the astounding facts that Many of 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 or. 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 f. C. Miller amp songs drug store. Large bottles $1.00. A negro of Washington ga., was driving a Bull in harness through the streets. A dog attacked the Bovine and the latter immediately took after the dog. The Bull attached to a bail of Cotten on which the negro was seated. The Bale flew onto the bulls Back and the negro still retained his seat filling the whole Village with his cries. Nothing however retarded the animals Pursuit of the dog until lie collided with a Load of Cane. After the collision the Street was strewed for rods around with negro Cane Cotton Bull broken harness Etc. Nobody was Hurt. The trial against H. Read on the charge of libel commenced in the common pleas court yesterday. About go witnesses have been subpoenaed. Ii. Read As editor of the Standard published an article in that paper which seemed to reflect upon editor Gould of the Tuscarawas Democrat. It is quite a sensational affair and will attract a big crowd. The following is the vote of new York for president and governor president. Darrhon a. 617,716 Cleveland a. 632,923 Harrison a plurality. 13,793 governor. Hill a. 646,772 Miller a. 530,065 the Case of the state of Ohio is. Shisler and Young was Given to the jury yesterday evening. About Midnight they agreed and brought in a verdict of acquittal. Hills plurality. 16,707 mrs. Patrick Durkin of Erie l�?Ta., dashed a cup of vitriol in her husbands face while at the Tea table on the 19th instant burning out both eyes and disfiguring his face from the effects of which he is reported dying. Jealousy was the cause. She is thought to be insane. General Harrison would make a Wise selection if maj. Mckinley was Given a place in his Cabinet. It would give general satisfaction in Ohio. Great Falls Montana. November 5th, 1888. A Why she produced $30,000,000 Worth of Gold and Silver last the above remark i heard from a bearded Man prolific of Boot leather and with an amplitude of head covering 011 a Manitoba train As we were nearing great Falls the other Day. Modestly accosting the cattle and sheep grower for such he proved to be i inquired to what particular part of our great Republic the a a she referred a a who Montana of course a he replied. A she is in the front rank As the producer of Gold and Silver now and yet her Mineral resources and riches have been barely touched with an interest heightened by the remarks of the gentleman 1 spent a Day in viewing the mighty water Power of the great Falls of the Missouria River and the extensive Coal measures of tiie Sand Coulee Region both near the town of great Falls the Center and natural commercial Point of this new North Western land of Promise. The great Falls of the mo., first visited by White men Lewis and Clark 111 105 and minutely de described with its surrounding Region is certainly one of the greatest terrestrial wonders and is worthy of a visit across a continent to see. Those who Are acquainted with tiie big Muddy As seen with its yellow torrent of Slimy liquid mud rolling by Kansas City or Omaha will hardly recognize it at the head of its great cataracts for Here at All seasons even when swollen to a mighty torrent by the melting of the Winters Snow which Bare the Backbone of tiie continent the Rockies is As Clear and Placid As the Mountain Stream which give it being. A decent of 512 feet 111 8 Miles is divided into one half dozen Falls of varying Heights each with an individuality which sustain the interests As they Are viewed. The largest of these Falls the great fall is 90 feet High. Rainbow the next in size has a Shear decent of 50 feet. Near by this fall is the giant Spring bursting Forth a River of water from unmeasured Depths. This was the Point chosen for the erection of the largest Gold and Silver reduction works in the world now ready for business. To give an idea of its magnitude 1,000 men will be constantly employed at tie works and 1,000 tons of oar will be reduced each Day with a Gross out put of $40,000 every 21 hours. These oars will be brought 111 from the surrounding Camps of the Butte a Oner de a Lens As Well As the banker Ltd Niehart mines of the Little Belt mountains near by though surrounded 011 three sides by a great Circle of mountains glittering with eternal Snow the surrounding country is As beautifully level As an Illinois Prairie. It is Only within thirty Miles that the first bulwarks of the mountains Are reached where by some mighty prehistoric convulsion the Rocky Heights were rent in Twain and released the pent upper Waters of the Missouri which Here changes from a Mountain Stream to a River of the Plains. Lewis and Clark named this mighty Mountain Gorge Well when they called it the Gates of the mountains. For 20 m. Every turn of the train brings in sight a new Panorama from the bosom of the River now whirling madly around some Gigantic obtrusive Dyke and again fretted into great Waves by boulders tons in weight which Rise into great Cliffs of Porphyritic Rock sometimes with a smooth face for Many Yards Anil again broken into fantastic Pinnacles and domes which Are succeeded by Long slopes densely covered with dark Evergreen forests while far above shines Forth the glittering summits Robed in their winding sheets of eternal Snow. The Eye drinks 111 the changing scenes until every faculty is aroused to its highest tension. Overcome by sights and scenes so novel a feeling almost of Relief is experienced As the train dashing through a Tunnel bursts Forth from its Rocky fastnesses 011 to gentle slopes covered by the russet yellow of the wild Prairie grasses with Here and there a Nobie Pine giving a Park like look to the landscape. Helena the Queen of the mountains. A warm Chinook wind was blowing strongly when our train approached this the wealthiest City of its size in the world. The Clouds of dust raised by the Gale however did not lend attractions to the City. O11 the ground where the depot now stands is the great 1�?Tlac-Ier mine which added $20,000,000 of solid Gold to the worlds wealth. Great Boulder piles the Leavings of washings obstruct the View. The City is built almost entirely upon the debris of this great and Rich Placier after the third washing. Workmen As they dig the sewers often find the yellow color and the honest townspeople All have cellars to their dwellings f or the washings of the dirt taken out sometimes yield Gold in abundance. As is natural in a town once a rude mining Camp but now a thriving commercial Point the streets Are narrow and hemmed in As they Are by the towering Mountain sides arc already almost inadequate to the demands of traffic. This however is being remedied by laying out the newer additions of the town with Widi r Street Quot. It seems almost i creditable that these mountaineers until lately isolated by a chaos of craggy mountains and almost limitless Plains could have been Able to achieve such great wealth. Fight millions of dollars in the Banks of Helena alone a sum equal to some of our Eastern cities of ten times its size. The indomitable Energy of this handful of people has wrung this Gold from the Beds of their River and the Rich Quartz veins of Iier mountains while to the five million head of live Stock in the territory can be traced the marked Prosperity of Many of her citizens. The new Railroad just completed Between Helena and Butte 73 Miles passes through a most interesting Mountain and mining Region passing along narrow Mountain valleys while snowy summits piercing the Clouds Are constantly in View. Boulder Divide is the Tunnel h Miles in length and the largest in the Rockies. This Tunnel is lit with electric lights Day and night and presents a scene most magnificent. The Road reaches an Altitude of 6,250 feet at Elk Park which time and space forbids any describing. We Are now on the Pacific slope and emerging from a Short Tunnel High upon the Mountain Side. Butte the richest Nii nning Camp in the world bursts into View though but three Miles away As the Crown flies we Are Many Hundred feet above the town and a Detour of seven Miles around through a wilderness of jagged rocks and blasted Pine is required to reach the dreary Sagebrush covered Hillside on which is built the City. Never was there a More unpromising Prospect with a More substantial reality in Prosperity. Less than ten years ago dreary poverty stricken worn out Placier mining from which curled the smoke of a few dozen miners Cabins the great reef s of Copper and Silver bearing ores were discovered which have pushed this production up to a value Here of $16,000,000 m the past year. High upon the hillsides and Low Down 011 the Plains in All directions Are the scores of hoisting plants and reduction works which bleaches Forth Day and night 365 Days 111 the year dense volumes of Black smoke which hangs like a pall Over the Earth. Immense fortunes Are made Here almost daily and such is the haste to get Rich that work 111 mines goes 011 continually. A perfect net work of Railroad tracks of All grades and elevations reach the different mining outfits and the puffing and Labouring of the engines As they ascend the Steep grades freighted with their loads of ores Salt Coke and Wood for reduction adds confusion to the scene. A great army of 15,000 workmen delve night and Day in eight hour shifts at the ledges in the bowels of the Earth the lowest working of which has reached the Depths of 1200 feet. Great Bonanza of Ore 25 feet in Width make their daily returns of 1000 tons and yet seem inexhaustible. It is Here that is gained the most impressive lesson of the Triumph of Man Over nature. A handful of 140,000 people occupying a territory 4 times As Large As the great state of Ohio with her four million inhabitants has already acquired Over 4 million head of live Stock with a Mineral output of 31 million and a taxable valuation of 61 million dollars. More of Montana and Dakota anon. W. Mercer. No second trial for murder. Philadelphia Call the supreme court of plus state yesterday rendered a re Ole decision relative to the of persons charged with murder. It was decided that a disagreement of the jury in murder trials is equivalent to an acquittal and that the accused person can not be again arraigned for trial after one jury has failed to agree. The ground for the decision is the Constitution which says a Man can not More than once be put in jeopardy of a life and the supreme court in its decision declares that tie Constitution is very Clear 011 the Point raised and this fact makes it remarkable that tiie Point was never raised before. Many men have been tried for murder the second time convicted and hanged and it would be interesting to know How Many have been hanged unconstitutionally in Pennsylvania. The decision will have the effect of releasing several men who Are now awaiting trial after juries in their first trials had disagreed. Hereafter it will be much More difficult to convict a Man of murder in this state since the lawyers need Only work for a disagreement in order to save their clients. U. Soldiers arrested in Mexico. Grand clearance Sale. I nobody but father. Elpaso nov. 13. Captain l. Ii. Logan commanding the United states troops at fort Hancock 011 the Rio Grande some several 111 ills below Elpaso has been fore ably reminded that Mexico will not permit her territory to be invaded by troops of a foreign country. He thought there was Good Hunting 011 the mexican Side of the River and took with him sunday some members of his command All Good Hunters and one civilian l. W. Evans. They were armed with rifles and shot guns. After enjoying some Fine sport they came across a Force of mexican Frontier guards who took them into custody As soldiers of a foreign Power found on mexican territory under arms. The civilian Evans was released but the Captain with his soldiers is still in custody. Atchison Globe a backward turn backward o time in thy flight a Rake up a suicide just for to night i am so weary of news that is stale writing up drunkards and vagrants in jail writing the people who buy up some ground writing old chestnuts of cattle 111 Pound weary of chasing till torn Are my shoes Rake up some news Mother Rake up some news. Backward turn backward g tide of the years take me again to the time when the Beers Frothy and foaming were drank by the pail and people got full and were run off to jail. Lets have a murder or shoot Fig or worse lets have a scandal or thrilling divorce to work 011 a paper would give you the blues Rake up some news Mother Rake up some news. The handsomest lady in new Philadelphia remarked to a Friend the other Day that she knew Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs was a Superior remedy As it stopped her cough instantly when other remedies had 110 effect whatever. 80 to prove this and convince you of its Merit any druggist will give you a Sample bottle free. Large size 50 cents and $1. A woman of notorious character creates a sensation in Milwaukee by purchasing a lot in the wealthiest and most fashionable neighbourhood of 26th and 27th streets and announces her intention of erecting a magnificent mansion thereon unless sue is bought out at an Advance of $7,000 Over what she paid. Tiie neighbors threaten to go into the courts to Debar her intentions on account of her character. Mrs. Lewis Stahlecker died at her Home near Sandyville at 3 M., Sun Day november 11th, and was buried at Mineral Point on tuesday the 13th, Rev. Ilo Obler of Bolivar officiating. Services were conducted at the German Church. The deceased leaves a husband and three Small children the youngest of which is Only a few Days , Pointer. We wish to Call the attention of the people of Tuscarawas county to the fact that we Are overstocked with overcoats cloaks menus and boys suits and Woolen goods 111 general. It is 110 fault of ours but the weather constant rain and warm weather barred Sale of Woolen goods. We quote you special prices on overcoats $25.00 Fine Kersey Coats French plaid lining $16.50. $20 Satin lined Chinchilla Beaver $14.75. $15 Chinchilla Beaver $12.50. $12.50 braided Edge Chinchilla Beaver $10. Space forbids our mentioning prices but we wish it understood that no firm 111 the county can show a cleaner better assorted line of cloaks and wraps than we. We Call attention to our $4 and $5 line of Short wraps. Cloaks from $1.25 to $50. Menus suits from $1.50 to $20. Dress goods. 40c, 36-Inch All Wool flannels 30c. 50c, 36-Inch All Wool Tricot 37k. 35c, 36-Inch English Cashmere 25c. $1.75, 54-in Broadcloth 111 colors,$1.50. 1.25,54-in a a a a 1.00. Other bargains in Domestic flannels notions Etc., at prices astonishingly Low. Call Early and secure the plums. Holiday goods. If you Are looking around for something out of the Ordinary line for Christmas for presents come and see our line of Plush toilet setts manicures shaving and work Box setts Fine and damask linens with napkins to match. Table spreads in Chenille and j Ute. Furs we have in Mink Beaver Monkey and opossum. Our Stock is Complete. Call and see us and we guarantee you satisfaction. Renner amp Johnson be w Deis Block canal Dover Ohio. 4s\v4 extending the Black Dimond system. A meeting was held m Zanesville at which the Pittsburg Cadiz a Zanesville Railroad was organized. It is the fifth Road of the Black Dimond system and is designed As the Pittsburgh outlet of that system. Col. Boone is the projector. The Road will run from the Pennsylvania state line in Columbiana county crossing the Ohio River at Wellsville through Cadiz Freeport Morgan Junction Cumberland Muse vill and terminate at Mcconnellsville. At my Seville it will connect with the z. B. Amp I11 1853 this route was surveyed from Maysville ky., to Pittsburg and $500,000 was spent 111 grading the Road from Mcconnellsville to Freeport and later the Road was built from Cumberland to Morgan Junction 011 the Baltimore amp Ohio. The Road bed so graded is known As the old Calico Road bed. At the meeting the following directors were elected. Albert e. Boone Zanesville Cary w. Kauke Wooster Wilson e. Conner Zanesville Perry g. Marshall Zanesville Rufus c. Burton Zanesville John h. Carlisle Brown Guernsey county David e. Patterson Washington Guernsey county Jas. C. Kobe Zanesville Gideon e. Meigs Cainsville Gilbert f. Axline Zanesville Silas a. Baldwin Zanesville William Robinson Beverly Cyril Hawkins Mcconnellsville Frank n. Wedge Zanesville Charles s. Sprague Mcconnellsville. The following Are the officials president Albert e. Boone vice presidents Cary w. Kauke Perry g. Marshall Silas a. Baldwin treasurer Frank n. Wedge Secretary Rufus c. Burton auditor Henry a. Leslie assistant treasurer Gilbert f. Axline chief Engineer r. E. Cutler assistant Engineer c. V. Martin general agent Cyril Hawkins. In this connection it May be stated that the directors of the z. B. A Met tuesday and authorized a contract with a. E. Boode for the construction of the Road. It was authorized that a mortgage for $2,000,000 he issued to raise funds for the building of the Road. A Steubenville it Lazetic. On the track. Nobody knows but father. Nobody knows of the Money it takes to keep the House together nobody knows of the debt it makes nobody knows but father. Nobody a told that the Hoy needs shoes and girls hat and a Feather nobody else old clothes must choose nobody Only father. Nobody hears that the Coal and Wood and flours out together nobody else must make them Good nobody Only father. Nobody a hand in the pocket goes so Oft wondering whether there a any end to wants of those dependent Only father. Nobo Dody thinks whence the Money will come to pay the Bills that gather nobody feels so Blue and glum nobody Only father. Nobody tries so hard to Lay up something for bad weather and runs behind do what he May n o body o 111 y father. Nobody comes from the worlds cruel storm to meet dear ones who gather around with Loving Welcome warm nobody does but lather. Nobody knows of the Home pfc pure. Watched Over by a Mother where rest and Bliss Are All secure nobody can but father. Mail. Married in fun. Apollo Vivian Castellanos a cuban Cigar maker in new York finds to his Surprise that he is married to plump Susan Henry. Fast Minzner Lin a frequented a Bath House at the foot of Twenty second Street and one Day while they were in their bathing suits and he was sitting with his feet dangling 111 tin water he jokingly asked the proprietress a it let he bathing establishment to marry Bun to Susan whereupon mrs. Over peek to Ltd a them to join hands and then is id a a do you take this woman to be your Law Ful wedded Wile a a a i a a and do you take this Man to he your lawful wedded husband a a i a then you Are Man and recently Susan was advised that under the Laws of this state the marriage was binding and she had Apollo Bro to up before j Edge Morgan who held that the marriage was valid and ordered the cuban to pay his wife $3 a week anti a a not to forget it a steam heating 01 passenger cars. A the Experiment of heating trains by steam has been successfully tested by one Western line the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway and now the through Vestibule trains of that company leaving Chicago every Day for St. Paul and Minneapolis at 5 30 p a and leaving Minneapolis at 6 50 p 111, and St. Paul at 7 30 p 111, for Milwaukee and Chicago Are systematically equipped with steam heating apparatus. No matter what degree of cold May exist anywhere along the line an even temperature of heat is maintained throughout the Interior of the train. As rapidly As possible All through trains on the various other Iines of the Chicago Milwaukee amp St Paul railway will be provided with appliances for the heating of its coaches by steam. Idu 12 Wondoff Irful cures. Two persons found who saw the Man who killed mrs. Kelly. London nov. To. The police Are confident that they Are on the right track in their search for the Whitechapel murder. Two persons have been found who saw the Man who accompanied the victim to her room on the night she was murdered. Their descriptions of the Man tally in every respect. The population of new Philadelphia is about 4,500, and we would say at least one half Are troubled with some affection of the Throat and lungs As those complaints Are according to statistics More numerous than others. We would advise All our readers not to neglect the Opportunity to cation their druggist and get a bottle of Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs. Trial size free. Large bottles 50c and $1. Sold by All druggists. A Young Man by the name of Bryant of Carroll county has brought a suit against the judges it f election in Center township for damages in refusing to let him vote. He left there for Montana when he was 19 years old and was gone three years but had never voted and regarded Carroll county his Home. He was going to vote a mixed ticket which did not suit the local Republican chronicle. Mrs. John Broad Man of near upper Sandusky went out to milk on saturday evening last leaving hot a two children aged two and four years in the House alone. Shortly after she heard screams and ran to the House to find her children a clothes in flames. She succeeded in subduing the flames but not until they were fatally burned. They died soon after and both were buried in one grave. Parents should take warning. The democracy made a net gain of 1000 Over the vote of 1884. W. Hoyt a co., wholesale and retail druggists of Rome ga., say we have been Selling or. Kings new discovery electric bitters and Bucklen a Arnica Salve for two years. Have never handled remedies that sell As Well or give such Universal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected Lay these medicines in this City. Several cases of pronounced consumption have been entirely cured by use of a few bottles of or. Kings new discovery taken in connection with electric bitters. Be guarantee them always. Sold let a f. Miller a son. For Sale.�?20 acres of land situated 111 Goshen township Tus. Co., Ohio. Large Frame House Good stable and outbuilding Orchard of apples pears peaches Etc. 1�?~his property is within a j Quarter of a mile of the Goshen Coal works. These works Are owned and operated by one of the Best companies in Ohio. Property Well situated for a boarding House. Twenty thousand Bank posts can be made from the premises and which find ready Sale. Apply at the times office or to Henry Burton on the premises. Oct. L hm6 property Tor Sale. Two lots 64x66, with Good two Story Frame dwelling of 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings Good Well and Cistern and a Good cellar under the House. All kinds of fruit. Would sell As a whole or Divide. On a Good Street in new Philadelphia. Terms very reasonable. Inquire at times office. 29tf for Sahy or will Trade for a Small piece of land or property in new Philadelphia a hotel stand in the town of Philipsburg this county. The lot is Large and has Good buildings on it also Hall or rink on the same lot. A Good Lur and Pool room 111 connection with the hotel. Good stable. For information Call at the times office. 46tf. For Sale or Trade a Good five year old Llama letonian Tuc Keyho stallion Well broke and gentle. Will give a bargain. For information inquire at the t1 m is office. Of 10,000 lbs. Of Wool wanted for which i will pay full Market Price for the above amount. 25 John Burry. A great amount of Corn along the Mississippi Valley is inundated with water and will he badly damaged. English pique kid gloves sold Only at the store of mrs. H. B. Hay West High Street. 44tf

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