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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 24, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday november 24, 1887. Number 48. Official directory. District. Congress Berlah Wilkins state Sedatol Geo. W crites j. C. Glance common pleas Pearce probate we prosecuting . Wilkins d Ger sheriff. A. W. Bowers auditor John w. Kinsey to sure John Meyers. Tier a. G. Neumann. S. Ruler a w. E. Lash r. Benner ii. Hoover Ozias Delong a j. Mnew Moore editor and proprietor. Commissioners. Infirmary directors. City. Daniel Korns. James 11. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. C. C. Welty. Fletcher Dou Liitt. 11. P. Scott. _. Porter mayor clerk Street commissioner Council Andrew Erwin. S. Harden. Names. Justices. I townships. Post office. A. Youngen. Same a clix scr. Henry Deible. Philip Doerfer. Daniel Krebs. S Milliken. J w Newburg. Jos 11 Hostetter Nicoli Montag. S y Renneker. Charlesll Ehlers Philip a Garver Fernsel. Daniel Richards Hugh t Minnis. J 11 Booth. A 11 read. John s Spring. John w Rolli. David Breymeir Samuel Kline. John Milone. j Greene. Now Lytle . C w Knisley. J it Mulvane. And Timmerman. T j Murphy. Jas Galbraeth. T b Rankin. L a Cornett. W j Haskinson l s Mckinney. Wesley m Tracy Lewis Zollars. T Richardson. s Wagner. J l Baldwin. T k Robinson. J h Gardner. R g Galbraith. Lliam Echman. Robot Coruthers Isaac couts. James 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. Wayne. York. York. Ragersville. . Baltic. Baltic. no. 17. Gnad a Ali utter. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Philada a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg i. New Philada a. New Philada a. New Philada a. New philae a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar. Bolivar. Uhrichsville. Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cad Alvirder. Tippecanoe. Gnaden Tutten. Port Washington port Washington Mineral City. Mineral City. Shanesville. Shanesville. Uhrichsville. Leesville. New Cumberland new Cumberland Tuscarawas. Tuscarawas. Albany. Paoli. Dundee. Dundee. New philae a. Black band. Professional directory. Thursday november 24, 1887. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 soft the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year. Cash in advance.81 90 if not paid within six months. 1 50 air 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 times. A Octor Eda Wili Zelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. Office Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 y j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and residence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadel phia Ohio. 8yl prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office it ver citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Pm. Ills song a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store North Broadway new Philadelphia 0. 48yl 0iin s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new i Ladelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and and icing counties. Office up stairs opposite ourt House North Broadway. 47yl j ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and con Yancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardians a ounts. Office up stairs opposite the court Louse. North Broadway. 47yl Symuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio professional business entrusted to his care Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining count will receive prompt and careful attention ice Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental rooms. Rant Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. To Block new Philadelphia Over jul if s hardware store own and Bridge work skilfully executed. It Gas and Ether administered. A senses the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1 the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. O1ii0. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the a a ars. Good livery in connection with the House. 9yl Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. C1iristi every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist episcopal preaching every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock In. Sun Day school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German reformed preaching every sunday at 1030 a. In. And 2 15 M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. sabbat i school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. Lodge directory. Grover Cleveland will be our next president. A clean administration will do it. _ _ ii Quot Indianapolis is raising a fund $500,-000 to pipe natural Gas to that City from the Gas Fields Indiana. In Calhoun county miss., recently a mob men forced the election commissioners to Issue certificates to the labor candidates. The democratic faction new York City known As Irving Hall,.have disbanded and will either join tammany the county democracy. Masonic Tuscarawas chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel Gutzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. Alclo vain . G. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. . W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows t. J. Zellner. N. G. I. A. , rec. Sec a. T. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. C. Stempfly n. G. P. Sehl rec. Sec a. I. O. O. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. John Dunn P. I. A. , scribe. Canton Tuscarawas no. 35, M., i. 0. O. F., meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Captain. A. Bippus Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Daniel Korns commander. A r. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in it it knights pythias Hall. A. P. Minnick Regent. J. H. Officer Secretary National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. R. Hall. E. Kaserman. Pres. We. Bowers Cor. Sec a. United Brethren preaching every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock In. Prayer meeting every wednesday night sunday school at 9 15 a. In. Ebenezer stanyard convicted the murder miss Hancock at Youngstown has been granted a new trial and the scoundrel will breathe easier for a while now. The Chicago anarchists Are proposing to raise funds to Purchase a graveyard. That is right. What the anarchists need More than anything else is a graveyard. A Plain dealer. An empty treasurer will be a poor platform for governor Foraker to Start his presidential Boom . He managed to Bridge Over the state Campaign but Sherman Lias him Down now. Two cases Leper Mother and daughter have appeared in Philadelphia a. The Mother mrs. P. Miranda was born in Pennsylvania and married a brazilian. They contracted the disease while a voyage up the Amazon in Brazil. They Are outcasts account the disease. The health officers have no jurisdiction in the Case. The Meyers will Case has been continued until next term account tie illness mrs. Meyers the result a fall. Hon. A. W. Patrick is Allelic wit i neuralgia and Jamest. Of Donnell is also the sick list and the Little daughter Fletcher Douthitt being seriously ill has All taken together demoralized this term court somewhat. The court had to take a recess until saturday when the docket will be reassigned. Court will last until about Christmas. A special grand jury will be Imp annexed for next tuesday to inquire into the charges burglary against several parties who Are in jail. It seems strange but the citizens Zanesville Are endeavouring to prevent natural Gas being piped into their City. Well some years ago the citizens findly prevented two the Best railroads in the state from passing through Findlay. Every Community at some time in its existence has a set men who Stop the wheels courier. Yes and new Philadelphia has some citizens who Are opposed to an additional Railroad and would rather see other competing towns get the Road and draw from us the Trade that belongs to our town. Just such people drove away the Panhandle and the Marietta. Yesterday notice was served All the officials the Belt line by president Bailey the z., n. Amp c., that his company is ready to commence laying track this saturday morning and that they vacate their right Way. Shortly after the Belt line officials came to Bailey a drug store and requested president Bailey and the officials his Road to meet at the Headquarters their Road. This the z., n. A St People refused to do hut finally consented to a meeting at train amp Durban a office. This program was changed at the hour the meeting however and it was held in the Parlours the Clarendon hotel. All the officials the Black Diamond system including the It. V. Amp m., the p., w. Amp And the z., b. Amp And president Bailey and Engineer Turner the z., n. Amp c., were present. The proceedings this meeting Are course not Public but it is understood that col. Boone opened the conference by asking what the z., x. Amp People had to say. President Bailey responded to this that they had nothing further to say than was contained in their notice that it was the Belt line people who had sought the conference and the z., n. Amp People were present merely to see what they had to say. It is stated that the Belt line people promised to make a number concessions among them to condemn land and move Over in the future provided the z., n. Amp People would permit them to remain As they were for the present but this Point the z., n. Amp People were obdurate. They wanted their right Way As they were ready to commence laying track at once. To this the Belt line people replied that if they did begin to Lay their track in the morning and if they disturbed their track there would be blood shed As they would resist with Force. At eleven clock last evening the employees the Belt line reported for duty and were formed into a patrol with orders to guard the track until morning. At twelve clock col. Boone and others the Belt line officials were the ground and the guard employees were engaged in walking from one end the line to the other. At three clock this morning there were no indications that the z., n. Amp Would attempt to Lay track in the recorder. Buy Holiday goods at jobbers prices Dodd amp . _ Holiday goods direct from importers at Dodd amp . Holiday goods at actual whole Sale prices by i Ood amp . Prohibition was Defeated in Oregon by about 7,000 majority. A Gas Well at South Lyons Michigan is penetrating Gold bearing Quartz. A Man eighty years old has been sent to the new Jersey state prison for murder. Frost last week injured the Cotton crop in Texas. In some parts Northern Texas ice was formed. Dolls dolls dolls immense Stock direct from importers sold at jobbers prices by Dodd amp . The Canton buggy and gear works burned Down wednesday morning the 10th inst. Loss $12,000. Elmer Little son . And mrs. Moss Holder died november 15th, and was buried november 17th, 1887. The windows merchants doing business around the Public Square Are commencing to put their Holiday attire. Toys toys toys unlimited variety just arrived from Baltimore. Sold at whole Sale prices by Dodd a . 48 w4. A daughter . And mrs. William Kelley lock port aged 19 years died Sabbath last from the effect measles. We regret to learn that mrs. Patrick Calanan Lockport is suffering severely from a drops Cal affection and that her life is despaired . Jas. Ii. Morrow received notification monday an increase pension. Jim was an Andersonville prisoner for a Long period and deserves a Good pension. The Amp Railroad company have abandoned the Tunnel at Mineral Point account the caving in and Are building a Road around the Hill. Two Young sportsmen brought into Market one Day last week fifty two rabbits the result one Days Hunt. These a a sports must certainly ferret out game contrary to Law. We learn that mrs. Hattie Pyle daughter win. Williamson this City died at her residence m Westchester pa., brain disease last week. Or. And mrs. Williamson went to attend the funeral obsequies. A Hartford Man has invented an apparatus fur timing horses. A clock with three hands minute second and Quarter second is started by the official timer. When the winning horse touches the wire the clock is stopped by electricity. At the same instant the current opens a camera which photographs the horse and the clock face. Or. Edison a artistic advertisers have got his phonograph up to a state paper absolute perfection. It moves noiselessly by clock work and faithfully records every sound uttered in the room where it is left. What a glorious thing to leave in an obscure Corner the parlor where your wife is holding a sewing society. Done to fail to go to the Church fair and supper at the lutheran Church thursday evening. A pleasant and profitable time is anticipated. Everybody is cordially invited. It being thanksgiving evening you will have Leisure time and can spend it pleasantly and besides have a Good supper for 25 cents. Done to forget it now. The lutheran folks Are Clever people and will Welcome you one and All. Or. Joshua Molesworth has completed his hotel at the Junction the C. Amp St. L., and Amp w. K. K. At Uhrichsville. The building is commodious and has All modern conveniences. Or. Mosel Worth makes a first class landlord and is ready and willing to wait the Public in a Way most satisfactory. The travelling Public will do Well to patronize him and get value received for their Money in the Way a first class meal and a Good clean bed to sleep in. Quite a sensation was created monday by the arrest the to sorial fraternity Cigar and confectionery dealers by the woman a Christian Temperance Union. These parties were charged with violating the Law by keeping open their respective places business the Sabbath Day. All interested plead guilty to the charge and were fined by the mayor $1.00 and costs $2.00 in All with the admonition that from a Given Date any violation the Law made and provided in such cases would be enforced to the fullest extent. Or. John Burry hitched up a double team one his own and one belonging to . Downey to his top buggy to go to the country to sack Wool yesterday morning. When he started the horses began prancing the Downey horse kicking Over the pole the buggy breaking it and away they ran. They came in Contact with the hitching rack at Jacob study a store upsetting the buggy throwing . Burry against the Post and completely demolishing the buggy. This freed the horses except the pole and they dashed through the Square and toward Eagle Hall. As they came in front Jimeson they ran against a Shade tree throwing the Burry horse to the ground breaking his ankle. The other horse ran toward Uhrichsville. Or. Burry received slight injuries. The skin was broken his forehead where he struck the Post. Had it not been for the top the buggy being Between his head and the Post it would probably have killed him. It was almost a miraculous escape. Or. Burry a loss will be about $300. Personal mention. A. K. Holmes Post office inspector Sun Dayed at Home. Views president by ten representatives this state. Mrs. Merrit Jones mass., is visiting her brother John w. King this City. Miss May Mauk Fredericksburg Ohio is visiting her father Frank Mauk this City. _ miss Nettie crites left wednesday for Massillon to spend a week with friends in that City. Or. Thomas Everhart new Philadelphia was the guest miss Lou Moore last Valley times. Or. Hugh Patrick Chicago son Hon. A. W. Patrick is spending a few Days with the folks at the parental fireside in this City. Miss Kosa Mccormick Harrisburg pa., sister mrs. De. King who has been visiting Here the past week returned Home tuesday morning. Or. John Breidenstine formerly new Philadelphia is now engaged in the real estate business at Minerva. Or. B. Is a straight Man and we wish him Success. _ mrs. Frank Grimm and two children East Pittsburgh pa., Are visiting at the residence her father in Law . Solomon Grimm East front Street this City. iss Mary Beach Macksburg who is giving her whole time to the Temperance work was in town this week. She will return in the near future in the interest the Good templars. Miss Beach is becoming quite popular As a Lee Turess. James a. D. Richards and family who moved to Wichita Kansas a few months ago returned to new Philadelphia saturday last. Or. Richards has concluded to cast his lot again with Tuscarawas people and will again hang out his Law Shingle Here. The climate Kansas did not agree with him. The ladies the lutheran Church will furnish a supper the evening thanksgiving Day in the lecture room the Church to which All Are cordially invited. A grand supper will be Given for Twenty five cents. Oysters selects will likewise be furnished in the various styles preparation together with ice Cream cake and confections. At the same time and place the Young Peoples working society will have exhibition and for Sale various articles which they have prepared such As quilts comforts rag carpet aprons tidies Fascinator Etc. Admission free. Where they Are now. The distinguished soldiers the War and How they pass their peaceful Days. Gen t j Wood lives at Dayton Ohio. Gen Janies a Wilson lives in Boston. Gen Alfred Pleasonton lives in Philadelphia. Gen ii j Hunt is in the service at Washington. Gen Don Carlos Bnell is pension agent at Louisville. Gen John g Parke is superintendent West Point. Gen n p Banks is United states marshal Boston. Gen John Pope was retired last year Asma Jor general. Gen Alexander s Webb is president the City College. Gen d m Gregg the Cavalryman is in the regular service. Gen Chas ii Devens is judge Superior court at Boston. Gen Lew Wallace lives at Indianapolis and is writing books. Gen w w Averell the cavalry Leader is at Home in Bath n. Y. Gen Daniel Butterfield resides in new York and is a capitalist. Gen w f Smith lives in new York and is a celebrated Engineer. Gen Horiatio g Wright is the retired list and lives at Washington. Jen John Robinson is the retired list and lives at Binghamton. Jen Joseph i it Carr engineers a Chain Cable manufactory at Troy n. Y. Gen Wesley Merritt also a Gallant cavalry general is in the regular service. Gen John f Hartranft sex governor Pennsylvania lives at Philadelphia. Gen we b Franklin is president a manufacturing company at Hartford. Gen a v Kautz the Cavalryman is in Nebraska colonel the 8th infantry. Gen John Freemont is president a mining company with an office in new York. Gen George Stoneman sex governor California owns Large grazing lands in that state. Gen b Wilcox is brigader general commanding a department in the Missouri division. Gen ii a barn uni practices Law in new York and constantly butlers from severe army wounds. Gen q a Gillmore is in the regular Engineer service and now at army Headquarters in new York. Gen w t Sherman resides in new York. He was retired As general and that office does not exist. Gen Franz Sigel is pension agent at new York. He was a German Soldier who volunteered in the War. Gen Nelson a Miles is brigadier general u s a commanding department Arizona division the Pacific. Gen j j Bartlett who received Leeds arms at Appomattox is Deputy commissioner pensions at Washington. Gen Geo Crook is brigadier general u s a commanding the department the Platte division Missouri. Gen Howard is major general u s a commanding the division the Pacific. He lost an Arm at fair Oaks. Gen John Gibbon is brigadier general u s a commanding the department the Columbia division the Pacific. Gen John m Schofield is major Gener Al commanding the division the Atlantic the principal subordinate com Mand. Gen Abner Doubleday is the retired list and lives at Mendham n j. Gen Alfred h Terry is major general commanding the division Missouri the Central division the army. Gen h w Slocum lives in Brooklyn and is engaged in business enterprises. Representative elect Smith the Franklin District president Grover Cleveland. Vice president some Good Democrat from Indiana. Representative elect Harper Montgomery District president John Sherman. Vice president no Choice. Representative elect Eudemiller the Montgomery District president Grover Cleveland. Vice president any Good Man. Representative elect Belleville the Montgomery District president Grover Cleveland first last and All the time. Vice president any Good Man from either Indiana Wisconsin Iowa. Representative elect Ohl the Mahoning District president John Sherman. Vice president no Choice. Representative elect Gill Delaware District president Grover Cleveland. Vice president general Black . Voorhees any Good Democrat. Representative elect John ii. Fimple the Carroll District first choices John Sherman for president and Robert Lincoln for vice president. Second choices governor Foraker for president and Robert Lincoln for vice president. Representative elect Charles Be bold the Mercer District for president Grover Cleveland. Vice president an Indian Ian. Representative elect Stocker the Washington District president John Sherman. Vice president a. R. Hawley. Representative elect Clark the Cuya hoga District president John Sherman. Vice president Hawley. Hon. D ii Mortley senator elect from the 16th District president i Hope to live that i May cast another vote for Cleveland for president. I think the second place the National ticket should be tendered to an Indiana Man. Vice president senator Voorhees governor Gray would either i think be acceptable to the party. Hon. J. Park Alexander senator elect from the 24th and 25th districts president�?1 believe that Ohio owes it to stand firmly by John Sherman for the presidency. He is the strongest leading Man in the country to Day. He is stronger in new York than a new York Man and he can carry that state. Vice president a there is so much Good Timber that it is hard to name the Man. If the East gets the president it May be governor Alger governor Foraker for second place. Logan county Hon. W. W. Beatty president John Sherman. Vice president no particular Choice. Hon. Duncan 13th senatorial District president John Sherman. Vice president Robert Lincoln. A married Masher. Tiie Way a Man made a fool himself and was exposed. Courting in the country. Winter socials in Lancaster Bliss in a buggy Happy Days Lang syne. A a let me Tell you something about cold weather sports a says a writer in the Lancaster pa., examiner a a at least what i knew them when a boy something less than a half a Century ago a a the summer ends in the country with a Harvest Home picnic where the dances May not show the Grace an Esterhazy but certainly have a John l. Sullivan touch in the Point vigor when you a swing Why a Good buxom girl my tinned Days if she got hold a modern cigarette dude and swung Corners with him he would have been Hung out the window at the end the Circle with the mathematical accuracy with which she would throw a dish rag at the old cat stealing a pups milk. A a in time the Corn was in and the fodder stacked for Winter provender. The Fields were Bare and chill november a surly blasts suggested the warm stove and indoor life. Next appeared the singing school with some Ichabod Crane for teacher. I do not think anybody Learned much music at these schools but what fun. Think the coyness a Rosy cheeked miss and the first promptings the gentle feeling As you a snuggled close together in the not too wide buggy seat under the Bright stars and inspired by the crispness the Frost burdened air my old Friend you and i have gone from Many a singing school and chose the Road with the most Bridges claiming the penalty crossing a kiss. The longest Way was the nearest Home. We drove a gentle horse too and could guide him with one hand let him take his own Way with the lines Over the Dasher. The dudes in our Day want a 2 30 stepper. Had we not my venerable Friend More fun with old Fox the Church going horse sedate movement who did not care for time so that he got Home a then came the lyceum and spelling school. The same thing to go through. The same girl maybe the same understanding and presbyterian minded horse and the same Bridges. Old boy we were Young then and Good too for the Blush the teens was upon us and a kiss was As holy As sacred shrine. You May be an old sinner now and it May be a prayer to you to look Back when the stars blinked Down in a Chaste smile As you came from some entertainment in a country school House and looked Sweet kindness into the innocent eyes your first Benton a hair restorer. Do the foolish men travel More than the others does it make a Man silly to put him a car and Send him away from Home i ask this question because 1 meet so Many men acting like idiots every journey i take. Directly in front me a recent journey sat a pretty girl perhaps 20 years age and across the was a Fine looking Middle aged Man with a Sweet faced wife two Lovely children and a nursemaid. This party was evidently returning from a prolonged visit to the country and was heading for a a grandmas a to stay until the holidays. The conversation the children told All thi3 to every one in the parlor car. Presently when Mamma was deep in a new Book and nurse had the babies a sofa at the end a car the scamp a husband opened the Campaign by surreptitious smiles in the looking Glass at the pretty girl. During the Day he hired with her. As the Madonna faced wife Bent Over her novel the Man would make eyes right Over tier shoulder to the amusement and disgust the passengers. Finally he went to a rack in which the Telegraph Blanks were deposited took one and retired. After a while lie came Back talked to the opposite end the car and As he returned he swayed with the motion and adroitly Laid a folded paper misses knee. It was the Telegraph Blank and written it was this a slam strangely interested in you and desire an acquaintance. Will you write me your re turn to new York ? a note addressed to John Johnson 9g4 Beaver Street will reach a delighted Man. Give me some signal before i leave at the next station that 1 May know my the girl read Over and Over this impudent communication. Then As she Felt the eyes half the passengers upon her she got afraid the result and she turned to a lady passed the paper Over and asked a a what would you do were you in my place ? a an old gentleman in front spoke up a a give that paper whatever there is it to that insulted Well bless me if she did no to get up Cross Over to the chair in which the wife sat place the open communication her Lap and say a a the gentleman with you gave me that a moment ago. I done to quite understand nearly the whole car Load watched the developments with intense interest. Some were sorry for the wife and Felt vexed at the exposure the Man for her Sake but the lady quietly read it through. She was Pale As ashes but she turned a glance such contempt the Man that we All knew that there was trouble in store for that delusion and snare. Then she faced about and said pleasantly to the pretty girl a than you you have rendered me a very great the cars stopped and the party withdrew the flirting husband making a desperate attempt to look unconcerned but the look out for one fool a traveler was by no Means pleasant if we could read faces. All who Are Bald All who Are becoming Bald All who do not want to be Bald All who Are troubled with Dandruff itching the Scalp should use Benton a hair grower. Eighty percent those using it have grown hair. It never fails to Stop the hair from falling. Through sickness and fevers the hair sometimes Falls off in a Short time and although the person May have remained in Al for years if you use Benton a hair grower according to directions you Are sure a growth hair. In hundreds cases we have produced a Good growth hair those who have been Bald and glazed for years. We have fully substantiated the following facts we grow hair in 80 cases out 100 no matter How Long Bald. Unlike other preparation it contains no sugar Lead vegetable Mineral poisons. It is a specific for falling hair Dandruff and itching the Scalp. The hair grower is a hair food and its composition is almost exactly like the Oil which supplies the hair with its vitality. Sold by druggists sent receipt Price $1. Benton hair grower ., 3gyl Cleveland An honest explanation. Poultry dealer How does it happen that All the turkeys i bought from you have their crops filled with shot Granger filled with shot Do yes As full As they could hold. Now you know in a not going to stand any business that kind. If go done to be Hasty mister done to be Hasty. I Kin Tell you How it happened. Instead cutting the turkeys head an Mussino up the place with the blood i took my old gun she a a rattlers and loaded her up and just shot them fowls one by one. That did the Job for Mem and i had the sport into the bargain. P. Do but that does no to explain the presence shot in their crops. Go Why Sartin it does mister. In a a pretty Good shot you see and i aimed at their breasts and every blamed charge must Hev lodged in their Stu micks. Baking powder tramps. We Olfer 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 a Horning. New Philadelphia nov. 17. 47w2 the verdict unanimous. The danger to the Public health from the indiscriminate use the Many Lime and Alum baking powders Commerce has been so fully exposed that every body desires to avoid them. As a a forewarned is forearmed a housekeepers will thank us for apprising them the special efforts at present being made to dispose such powders in this Vicinity the proprietors some the worst these powders Are now going from House to House trying by Means a trick so called test with heat and water to show that their article is As Good As the Royal baking powder making the comparison with this Brand because every body recognizes it to be absolutely pure and wholesome the object course being to Supply their own goods in place the Royal which housekeepers have for so Many years relied upon to puff up the morning biscuit and to make the Light palatable and wholesome Roll cake and pastry for which it is famous. The housekeeper will do Well to be her guard against these baking powder tramps. Every intelligent person knows that any goods peddled from House to House in this manner that Are Given away in samples sought to be introduced by secretly to reducing the character other goods Well known to be pure and reliable have no merits their own and have failed to find purchasers through legitimate Means. We Are informed As a matter fact that one these tramps is trying to introduce a powder that has been found by the government chemist to be 11.85 per cent Lime while the other peddles a powder that is 20 per cent alums one a powerful caustic the other a corrosive Poison. No such tricks Juggler will by Apt to deceive any intelligent person. The housekeeper who has used her Royal baking powder Ever since she discarded Cream tartar and soda knows More about its qualities than All the tramps in the country can teach her. The crucial test to which she has put the Royal baking powder the test actual and successful work in the preparation pure and wholesome food under which it has never failed is entirely satisfactory to her. She has always had a a Good Luck a with it in making Light Sweet and delicious bread biscuit and cake and has placed it to stay at the head her housekeeping favourites. She knows that it has been officially approved by the government chemists As the Best and we imagine that the baking powder tramp who attempts to supplant its place in her Confidence will find this a bad year for his business. W b suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies a a i can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six bottles and was cured rheumatism ten years Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Ohio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in 20 years experience is electric thousands others have added their testimony so that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases the liver kidneys blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at f Jiller amp songs drug store. Edward Rosemond and family have returned from their farm in Portage count a. Where Thev sent the summer. Wanted a situation by a Man and wife both want a situation for the Winter. The Man can do All kinds farm work and the wife can do All House work. Good references. James Morgan. Call at the times office. A land slide near Steubenville Ohio the Amp Railroad caused a wreck a construction train the 20th, killing E. Johnson Engineer Hugh Niles brakeman and fatally injuring James Russel the fireman. St. Augustine fla., went a a wet a in a recent election and the result was noisily celebrated. A baggage Wagon containing a brass band and a Banner Reading a this town went wet a was driven through the streets followed by another Wagon loaded with kegs Beer which was drawn and passed around at every halt. Russia and Germany. London november 20. It is reported from St. Petersburg that the russians Are massing three Hundred thousand soldiers near the German and austrian frontiers. Polish jews Are said to be keeping Germany and Austria Well informed regarding the movements russian troops. Bismarck is expected to Call the attention the Reich Stag to the matter. St. Petersburg november 20. The Czar and czarina arrived at the Palace Matschina to Day. The journal de St. Petersburg expresses gratification at the cordiality emperor Williams reception the Czar at Berlin notwithstanding the grievous anxiety filling the minds the German Imperial family. Nina Van Zandt dying. She refuses food and is slowly wasting away. Or. David Zimmerman our popular dealer in harness leather shoe findings Etc., came to new Philadelphia about four years ago and started the first general store the kind in this place. To the Public it would seem that the Trade this Community would not warrant such an extensive store. But . Zimmerman through Industry and his genial and accommodating business qualities has built up an immense Trade in this Vicinity. He is now prepared to Supply the wants Farmers mechanics in leather merchants and every body with what they need without going to the City to Purchase. See his advertisement the fourth Page. It is immense. The Iron Valley reporter last week contained quite an interesting sketch . Samuel Toomey the manufacturer the celebrated track Sulkey and one Dover a Best business. Men. He is indeed an enterprising Man and a valuable citizen to any town. We have been in . Tommey a shops and were kindly shown All the improvements in his business. His intention to Start a Stock farm for growing blooded Stock is a step in the right direction. We wish him Success. Constable we. I. Evans came very near losing his left hand in the Sheet Mill tuesday last. He was engaged in sharpening the Blade the shears when it came Down barely giving him time enough to withdraw his hand but not altogether As he left two Finger nails which were torn from their sockets Between the Blades a severe reminder what might have happened. Marriage licenses were issued for the week ending november 24th, As follows David j. Payne and Ida Kennedy John Morris and Barbara e. Huston Robert e. Carpenter and Isabella e. Downs George Grace and Ethel Durbin Newton ii. Mauk and Julia a. Taylor Frederick Yunian and Maggie Richard Philip Frantz and Anna Reiger George w. Schwinderman and Cinnam. Simmons Gaetans d. St fans and Ida Rehmer. Barnum the great showman and whose show was Burn Dod at Bridgeport Connecticut the 21st, will replace it ready for next season. He lost four elephants six Lions seven leopards six panthers four kangaroos six horses and a Large number smaller beasts. The fire is supposed to be the work an incendiary. The Standard theatre company that tilled an engagement a week two different occasions last season to immensely crowded houses Are Here this week. The reputation this troop is a sufficient guarantee for a crowded House and they maintain their reputation Well too. They will he at music Hall All week. There will be a school children a and ladies matinee this thanksgiving afternoon. Every child will receive Box Candy and also three chances three Beautiful dolls. Doors open at 1 30 curtain raises at 2 45. Come and see the Beautiful play a Kanchon the admission 10 and 20 cents. Experiments have been made in Cotton growing in Southern Kansas which proved to be a Success. At Medicine Lodge a sufficient amount was grown to warrant the introduction a Gin. The party experimenting was offered 9$ and 9 cents St. Louis Market. It is claimed that Southern Kansas can produce it As Well As the South. Chicago november 20. Nina Van Zant is believed to be dying. Food has not passed her lips since her husband As she believes August spies to have been perished the Gallows. The Only nourishment which she has partaken in All that time beside a Little fruit is an occasional drink milk. She persists in declaring she can not eat and that she does not need food but it is a serious question with her Loving parents if the strange self willed girl Lias determined to abstain from food until death comes to her Relief. Her parents Are greatly concerned about her As she is but a Shadow her former self. The Wellsville bomb scare. Wellsville o., nov. 17. That Wellsville bomb which played such an important part in the telegrams from Wheeling to papers All Over the country was an exceedingly tame affair. Yesterday As Jacob Heinz the main Street Saloon St entered his place business he found a mysterious looking object the counter. A piece Gas pipe about a foot Long was plugged at one end with a brass stopper. Protruding from the other end was a smal Lar pipe into which had been inserted a Small fuse which was smoking when Heinz entered the room. The exterior the pipe was smeared with soap to make it look More formidable. The a a bomb was filled with Sand and sawdust and was placed the counter by a gang practical dealer. A remarkable Case. Chicago 111., nov. 17. iss Riendau a French Maiden Nineteen years old who resided in this City was buried wednesday. Her death was unexpected though she had been subject to violent spasms and fits vomiting for Many Days. No doctor was Able to discover the cause her sickness. On the Day before her death she was seized with a More violent paroxysm than Ever before. There was a shocking sensation in her Throat and finally there was forced up from her stomach a live Young snapping Turtle with a Shell As Large As a Silver half Dollar. Or. Hutchinson who was in attendance said that the patient became unconscious and almost immediately began to swell up in her limbs like one afflicted with dropsy. She never rallied. The doctor took the Turtle and now has it in an alcohol Jar in his office. It is a perfect specimen its kind and it is believed that it grew from a germ swallowed in water from Lake Michigan. Transfers real estate. The chinese stage. There Are Over 7,000,000 pores in the human body and yet we Are surprised because some men Are sponges. How celestial Acton refresh them Elrea during a performance. The chinese Are great Tleater goers and it would seem that with the Good patronage that their places amusement command there would be some cultivation the dramatic Art. Whatever May be the chinese estimate their players acting to those who have seen that almost any european american artist it is without any Merit writes a Shanghai correspondent. The lines Are delivered in a monotonous sing song Stylo and the Stago settings Are so primitive a character that they add Little to the interest the play. There is no curtain. The stage is a platform that stands at one end the theater and there Are no flies and but Little scenery. The actors enter by a door in the rear and at one Side the platform and when they should depart Betake themselves off either in the same Way in which Thev entered through a corresponding door at the other Side. A not infrequently the spectators see some one who has been decapitated disembowel a gather himself together and walk off in a most miraculous and unrealistic manner. There Are no women upon the stage but the makeup the men who take the feminine characters is so Good that they can hardly be distinguished from the chinese Belles upon the floor the House. Talking is indulged in by All and there is at times the greatest inattention. The main floor is filled with Little tables around which the play go ers sit and drink and Smoko and Chat and watch and listen. The stage not Only is not furnished with those fixings which go so far to make a drama a Success but does not seem to be reserved exclusively for the performance. Around the sides Are those who have no parts and one would think no business there. Often the curtain across the door Entrance exit is pushed aside and instead the actor whom the audience May be looking for some child is seen who comes toddling in and perhaps right across the stage. Tea boys girls circulate through the body the House across the stage pouring hot water into the Little cups in the Bottoms which Are a few Tea leaves. Watermelon seeds seem a favorite accompaniment the National beverage for Little plates full them Are every table. The chinese Munch these with the greatest satisfaction. When some actor has finished a particularly Long Harangue to quietly turns around and drains one the cups which a supernumerary standing by hands him. There is frequently introductory to the regular performance juggling tumbling. The plays themselves Are said to be As a Rule quite immoral and the language very Low. The dressings arc very Rich and the beautifully coloured and embroidered Silks and satins in which the better classes the chinese clothe themselves show to great advantage the Tribune. Bruin after sweets. I As compiled in tie office the recorder deeds. 1 Alvina Young it Al to Nancy Kay lot 331, new Philadelphia $900. Fred a Rentch to Sarah a Stoneman lots 21 and 22, new Philadelphia $7g5. Zibba f Agnes to Alexander f Agnes land Warren township $2,200. John f Reiser to e s Russell lot 1, Trenton $260. Lucretia h Knisely to e s Russell lots 1, 2 and 3, Trenton $1,900. Jas t Mcgregor to the w a l e Ltd a $ acre Warren township $1. Martin v Huff to Alvaretta Lanning lot 1, West Chester $150. John w Shaw to Rol it Ert Marshall lots 59 and 60, Uhrichsville $75. Luther b Demuth to John w Shaw lots 59, go 61, 62, 63, 64, Uhrichsville $165. Jacob Pearch to Livingston f Robinson lot 54, Uhrichsville $150. Oliver a Gray to Emma a Gray 152$ acres Goshen township $2,000. W ii Berkey to Michael Sheneman part lot 39, Lowville $157. Aaron Shull to George Abbuhl 56-100 acres York township $55. Samuel Auld to we it Hill lots 5 and 6, Dennison $200. We r Hill to Chas Laupert part lot 5, Dennison $550. A ii Swanberger to Geo w hut a 53 acres Lawrence township $2,100. Thomas White to Jesse Forsythe lots 452 and 453, Uhrichsville $100. We Welches Adnis a to we b Thompson 137$ acres Rush township $2,750. The exciting adventure two California Viloney ranchers. The Hutchinson Brothers have a Large Apiary up at Victor Tujunga. It is an isolated place far from the real estate booms and the haunts men. But it is a Good place for bees ant there As a Rule they toil unmolested except by their owners the Hutchinson boys. The country is rugged but romantic. The quiet life the Little Rural Retreat was turned into the greatest excitement the other night. While the Hutchinsons were asleep and dreaming the great sums Money they would make this season a stranger entered the Camp. He was not slow in making Iris presence Felt and heard. The sleepers were suddenly awakened by sounds that suggested a Small Cyclone raging among the stands bees. One the men got up looked out the window and what was his consternation and terror to see the faint outlines a huge Brown coloured monster upsetting the beehives and working destruction with property that took months and years to accumulate. The surprised Spectator hastened to his brother a bedside and told what was going at the Apiary. The two rushed out one taking his Rifle. The Bear was evidently hungry for he made Savage lunges at the boxes filled with delicious Honey. He would take a few mouthfuls out one Frame and then go for another stand. The Hutchinson boys concluded that if they did not act the instant the Bear would soon leave Thorn without an occupation. The gun was levelled and discharged. The Ball found its Way through the thick hide Bruin Back the left shoulder. It was evidently a a Center shot a for the animal fell. But he remained the ground but a second. He arose enraged with pain and made frantic plunges at the nearest hives. Meanwhile the men advanced a Little. The Bear caught sight them and made a Rush at them. When within Twenty feet where they stood his Progress was arrested by another Leaden messenger. It struck a vital part and once More the huge Bear fell. This time to did not get up. A third Ball was put into his Side which caused his death. Upon examination it was found to be a grizzly cub Abo Ift two thirds grown. Next Day he was dressed and weighed. The Scales tipped at seven Hundred pounds. This is the second third boar Ever killed seen in that Angeles express. A mrs. Martha j. Lamb editor die Magazine american history a seen elected a fellow the Clarendon historical society Edinburgh. Give them a Chance. That is to say your lungs. A Iso your breathing machinery. Very wonderful machinery it is. Not Only the larger air passages but the thousands Little tubes and cavities leading from them. When these Are clogged and choked with matter which ought not to be there your lungs cannot half do their work. And what they do they cannot do Well. Call it cold cough croup pneumonia Catarrh consumption any the family Throat and nose and head and lung obstructions All Are bad. All ought to be got rid . There is just one sure Way to get rid them. That is to take Boschee a German syrup which any druggist will sell you at 75 cents a bottle. Even if everything Elso Lias failed you you May depend upon this for certain. 9yl i have Money to loan in sums from $300 to $10,000 Tuscarawas county o., real estate. Jno. A. Himes

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