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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 20, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday october 20, 1887. Number 43.official directory. Dist1uct. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Representative. La a Bate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Tram ref. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites j. C. Liance a. S. Pearce Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins j. C. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey John Meyers. J. G. Neumann i s. Ruler x w. E. Lash it. Benner 0. H. Hoover Ozias Delong it j. Porter i , Sec City. Daniel Korns. Ryo a James h. Elijah shull.�?��?�. Marshal Philip commissioner John s. Graham.1 Jacob c. C. Welty a Council Fletcher Douthitt. B. P. Scott. Andrew Erwin. S. Warden. Justices. Names. Townships j Post Ofick. A. Youngen Auburn. Same a Bixler Auburn. Henry Deible Bucks. Philip Doerfer. Bucks. Daniel Krebs olay. S o . J w Newburg Dover. Jos 11 Lostetter Dover. Nich Montag Dover. S y Renneker Fairfield. Charles Ehlers Fairfield. Philip a Garver Franklin. 0 c Fernsel Franklin. Daniel Richards Goshen. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. J 11 . 1� 11 read Goshen. John s Spring. Jefferson. John w Kolli Jefferson. David Breymeir Lawrence. Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. John Milone Mill. F j Greene. Mill. Now Lytle . Mill. 0 Knisley Oxford. J r Mulvane Oxford. And Timmerman. Perry. T j Murphy. Perry. Jas Galbraeth. Rush. T b Rankin. Kush. La Cornett. Salem. W j Lla Kinson Salem. L s Mckinney Sandy. Wesley m Tracy Sandy Lewis Quot a Zollars. Sugar Creek. T Richardson. Sugar Creek. s Wagner Union. J l Baldwin Union. T k Robinson. Warren. J i Gardner Warren. R g Galbraith. Warwick. Hiram Echman. W Arwick. Robot Coruthers Washington Isaac couts Washington James w Stoutt j Wayne. John Wetter Wayne. William Kinsey York. P 11 Kuhn York. Ragersville. Ragersville. Baltic. Baltic. 1 lock no. 17. Gnaden Hutten. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. New Philada a. Zoar station. Strasburg. Strasburg. New Phil do a. Newbil add a. New Philada a. New Philada a. Port Washington Stone Creek. Zoar. Bolivar. Uhrichsville. Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Cadwallader. Cadwallader. Tippecanoe. Gnadenhutten. Port it Abington port Washington Mineral City. I Mineral City. Shanesville. Slanesville. Uhrichsville. Leesville. New Cumberland new Cumberland Tuscarawas. Tuscarawas. Albany. Paoli. Dundee. Dundee. New Philada a. A Black new Philadelphia directory. T 0ct0lt Eda Wilhelmi Mclean gynaecologist. Practice limited to diseases women and children. Foll Cen Public Square new Philadelphia 0. 7 up j. W. Richards physician and surgeon. Office and Resi Dence no. 46, South Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 48yl Altancis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. To a. Hissong a shaving shampooing and hair dressing parlor in basement under Millers drug store North Broadway now Philadelphia 0. 4syl John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia. Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Office up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47yl j ii Booth attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors. Administrators and guardian s accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House Ortli Broadway. 47yl Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Mitchells dental Mitchell d. D. S. Formerly instructor at Philadelphia dental College. City Block new Philadelphia 0. Over Raiff s hardware store Crown and Bridge work skilfully executed. J63 Gas and Ether administered. To diseases the Mouth and Teeth a specially. 1the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. Alfred Bailey proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the ears. Good livery in connection with tie House. 9ylchurch directory. every sunday at 10 to a. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 00 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist episcopal preaching every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at 1030.a. In. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On tie first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and directory. chapter no. 3.8, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylorl ii. P. Daiki get Max Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mellaine . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. C. W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Udd Fellows Hall. T. J. Zellnor. N. G. F. A. Correll rec. Sec a. 1. 0. O. Lodge no. 4 30, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. C. Stemp1ifly, n. G. P. Skill rec. Sec a. L. . Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. John Dunn c. P. 1. A. Correll scribe. Canton Tuscarawas no. 3-5, p. M., i. 0. 0 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. R. L. Crouch. Adjutant. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. A. 1. Minnick. Regent. J. Ii. Officer Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. 11. Hall. E. Kaserman pres. We. Bowkr8, Cor. Sec a. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday Uig lit. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor. Thursday october 20, 1887 office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 a fes the new times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year Cali in advance.? b0 if not paid within six months. 1 50 3�?oltemittances should be sent by draft registered letter Posto Allce order to the address the proprietor. Car address All matter intended for publication. To the newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to tie contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to tiie former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to discontinue. Democratic state ticket. For governor Thomas e. Powell Delaware. For lieutenant governor d. C. C00lman, Portage. For supreme judges l. It. Crutchfield Homes Long term. Vergil p. Klein Cuya hoga Short term. For auditor state Emil Kels wettest Franklin. For state treasurer. G. W. Harper Greene. For attorney general William ii. Leeter Defiance. For Board Public works Peter Murphy Butler. Senators�?18th and 19th districts. D. H Mortley Coshocton county. A. I. Dorr Noble county. County ticket. For representative. Francis Ankney. For probate judge j. W. Yeagley. For treasurer John Meyers. For recorder John g. Neuman. For sheriff. George w. Bowers. For clerk courts. John c. Do Nakiey. For prosecuting attorney James g. Patrick. For commissioner Robert t. Benner. For infirmary director Milton Porter. For Surveyor 0. Ii. Hoover. Wilkins and Sullivan widely differ. Beriah Wilkins when interviewed by a Leader reporter a Short time ago favored an extra session Congress and viewed the situation with alarm lie said a a i Tell you we Are in a bad shape financially. To Day i see Money is quoted at 8 and 10 per cent for a double paper and 10 to 12 for a single it is not alone Wall Street that is suffering but the business men the country Are expecting a panic. There is not Money enough to do the Ordinary business move the crops and Supply the demands now what does . Sullivan who is Bank examiner for the Eastern District Ohio have to say. After returning from an extended visit through the River counties he was interviewed by a Plain dealer reporter As to the financial situation. He said a there is some Stringency but it is confined almost exclusively to the Money centers. The Banks Over which i have supervision Are in a healthy condition with Cash reserves largely in excess the requirements tiie cause Stringency. A a How do you account for the Stringency you refer to ? a a a speculation and Over trading Are the principal causes. Bankers and business men who have confined their operations to legitimate pursuits and conservative methods Are not affected. It is this ravenous and insatiable desire for gain by speculative and hazardous methods that causes All financial troubles and distress. A my observations Are that with Money easy and flush the speculative and scheming attributes the mind Are developed and Money is invested without the usual caution that attends financial transactions under opposite circumstances. Wall Street brokers and Stock gamblers should learn that even they cannot escape the inevitable penalty that attaches to a violation fixed principles political Economy and the Laws Trade. A they should also learn that the financial policy the government is firmly and unalterably fixed and cannot and will not be affected by the spasmodic operations Wall Street. A then i would infer from what you say that you do not believe the country to be the verge a a a 1 not Only do not believe that it is but i am sure it is not. Our country was never More prosperous. There is More machinery in motion and More men Are employed in the la United states to Day than Ever before every citizen in whose veins run the hot blood patriotism is inspired with a stronger Hope for the future and for the greatness and the magnificence his country than he Ever before experienced. The human family is better fed and clothed under the folds the american Flag at the present time than in any other country the Globe. It is wrong wicked indeed to speak a panic in View our present no extra session. A a an extra session Congress is out the question. It never was seriously considered by other than visionary statesmen and Stock gamblers who have accustomed themselves to believe that the chief function Congress is to relieve them by special enactments from embarrassment which they have brought upon themselves by illegitimate who is right in this matter. Or. Sullivan says there is no cause for alarm that the Banks in his Section Are All right and that the Stringency is confined to the great Money centers. Wilkins says it is not Only Wall Street that is suffering but the business men the country. We would ask is Congress to come to the Rescue the Wall Street gamblers Sullivan says a a an extra session Congress is out the question. It never was seriously considered by other than t Ision Ary statesmen and Stock that was a Broad Sider at Wilkins. Does the shoe fit ? Hon. W. Ii. Crane member Congress from Texas addressed the democracy at new Philadelphia monday evening last at Eagle Hall. A Good crowd both democrats and republicans were present and we must confess we were agreeably surprised hearing the speech. Or. Crane is a Fine looking Man Good address and an Crater the first Grade. He is thoroughly conversant with the political issues the Day both state and National and his views the Tariff question Are to our mind sound a a a Tariff for Revenue that is sufficient for the expenses an economical government and that Tariff judiciously divided with a View to protect that which actually needs it with a reduction necessaries life must be the winning card. That is the platform the democratic party. The speakers refutation the charges against the South in intimidating voters speaking As he did from personal knowledge was a squelched the Foraker Hobby. No sound statesman would seek to move the people by making false charges against a Section country for the purpose arousing sectional prejudices. Or. Crane arraigned the Foraker administration for mismanagement and extravagance and which extravagance made the deficit in the Revenue the state that Foraker thought to remedy by increased valuation proper Tor increased taxes the Hon. Gentleman struck the key note when he said that the Only stain even republicans could find the Cleveland administration was that lie favored the return the rebel flags. Iii administration was clean honest and progressive without rings corruption a Model administration governmental affairs and the Only thing the Republican party can say against Cleveland the Only reason for deposing him is he sanctioned general Drums request to return the rebel flags an idea that originated in the mind a Republican general. In common with the newspaper fraternity throughout the state the shield regrets the retirement the Veteran Chas. Ii. Mathews late the Ohio Democrat from Active editorial labors. With the exception Hon. Lecky Harper the it. Vernon Danner . Mathews is probably the oldest editor in the state having been in the harness for 40 years and most that with the paper which he has just relinquished. Or. Mathews is a True Democrat a Noble Man and there is nothing too Good for him at the hands his party. He is to be congratulated that in his retirement he carries with him the impotent malice and the senseless abuse that snarling Cross gained contemptible idiot the editor the Coshocton Democrat. Of All the editors in the state there is Only one so lost to All sense decency As to malign Charlie Mathews and that one is John c. Fisher editor the Coshocton and Danner october 8th. Some time ago application was made to judge Yeagley to reduce the Bond in the Case the state Ohio v Lewis Saunders. The judge after Reading the transcript and finding that the Bond Given before the Justice the peace was Only $1,000, refused to reduce it. Saunders Lay in jail until the meeting the grand jury and then application was made to judge Pearce who reduced the Bond to $400 one charge and $300 the other since which time it has been rumoured through Clay township that it was judge Yeagley that reduced the Bond. We understand judge Yeagley is being censured for having reduced the Bond when he did not. It is but Justice that this matter be set aright. Considerable complaint comes to us that the times package is dissent. We do not know Why so Many mistakes Are made by postal clerks. We take pains in putting up the mail and directing it and will be much obliged if postmasters will inform us when the times does not arrive in season and we will duplicate the number and recon Pence the postmaster for his trouble besides. The report the Secretary the state Board agriculture Kansas for the month August has been published. It gives the area planted in Corn at 0,520,408 acres the acreage Worth husking aggregate 4,000,070 the probable product is 82,557,258 bushels and the old Corn hand March 1st was 25,212,390 bushels. The Republican press is howling Lowd by and accusing the democratic papers circulating lies about Foraker a recommending an increase in the valuation property. Let those who doubt read his special message. Foraker is trying hard to explain it away. It is like some other Hasty acts the governor lie would like to take it All Back. According to the English woman a journal there Are now about one Hundred women serving school boards in England and Wales. Four county districts have women As clerks. There Are also women overseers and overseers highways. The last Effort is now being made to secure the right Way and to raise the necessary Means to pay the actual damage to property for the new Railroad. There is Only $4,000 More to be raised. Let every one do what is right in the premises. An excellent article wine is manufactured in Florada from the Tomato. Reports show that five million Farmers in the a hinted states own the farms they occupy. Nine million acres Public lands were taken up by Homestead entries in the last year. Done to fail to go to Eagle Hall thursday evening and hear the famous lecturer . Meloy Chicago. It will be a treat. Mrs. Wenger fair Street died last sunday lung disease and was hurried wednesday. The common pleas judges this judicial District met at Cambridge tuesday to fix times holding court the coming year. The Kate Bensberg opera company gave the finest musical entertainment Ever heard in Wheeling Reg. Opera House Friday evening oct. 28th. Samuel j. Umstott Guernsey co., a brother in Law Valentine wills this Vicinity dropped dead in his Field Friday last and was buried monday. Often the Soro shoulders a horse Are occasioned by lumps and ridges in the Collar resulting from a Lack attention. Horse collars should be occasionally washed and pounded to keep them soft and clean. The state Arkansas is estimated to have 250,000,000 feet lumber 2,000 Miles Railroad 3,470 Miles navigable Rivers 2,500,000 acres Coal Fields 1,500,000 acres Iron and 2,300 Square Miles Marble. The Western Union Telegraph co. Took Possession the b. Amp Telegraph company saturday night. They will put the wires in this town the last this week. The sum paid was $5,000,-000 in Stock. Worth Mathias has taken the remains the Casino skating rink this place to Pike run and will rebuild it into an opera House and dancing Pavillion. Be Erli Art so sons is to do the Carpenter work. Frederick Roth Wooster whose trial for murder has been going for the past two weeks was found guilty murder in the first degree. An Effort will be made for a new trial but he will no doubt a swing into eternity at no very Distant Day. The Massillon Independent is authority that the Standard Oil company will establish a Branch in Massillon. A Large building will be erected for the purpose and the Oil shipped in tanks. This is to be a Supply Point for surrounding towns. Or. Meloy Chicago will deliver his noted lecture entitled the a a Touchstone a at Eagle Hall this thursday evening. I r. Meloy is a popular lecturer and always attracts Large audiences and is sure to please his hearers. Let every one go. W. E. Beck has resigned the office Coroner and b. D. Downey has been appointed in his Stead. Or. Beck filled the office with credit but could not intend to it and teach school and therefore his resignation. Or. Scott the reporter gives some interesting facts in his last Issue about the trials and tribulations an editor. If everybody could appreciate the situation As the editor does there would not be so much complaining and criticising the editor. Dover town is taking All our new Philadelphia boys and girls Loose quarters for. Skating rink pleasures and its hardly to be doubted that the skating rink is a thing that has come to stay. It May die out from time to time with certain communities but it will never wholly disappear. There is Money for the Man who builds a rink in this town. Our Street commissioner has commenced the grading North third St., a much needed improvement. That Street when graded will be As Nice As any in the City. We Hope the Backbone our councilmen will soon be Strong enough to get rid the nuisance North Broadway to wit the damming the water that comes from the Kirtz and godding Valley. This matter should have been remedied Long ago. Willis Korns Foreman in the advocate office was editor during the absence . Mcllvain and he got out a newsy wide awake paper. Or. K. Is not Only a number one Printer but he Lias taste brains and Energy and could fill the editorial chair any our papers with ability and . We can heartily endorse the above As we know . Korns Well. He is bound to fill and editors chair some time. I have for Sale a Fine Rich level productive farm 2,250 acres. First and second Bottom land about one half cleared and in cultivation balance Good Timber three Miles from the City Vincennes Indiana Railroad station one Corner and three four tenant houses the farm. Gravel Road to the City. Will raise 25 to 35 bushels wheat and 50 to 80 bushels Corn to the acre. Good for All grasses Small Grain. Price $25 per acre. Also several Small farms in same Vicinity at very reasonable prices. For further information Call at the times office. Of Charles Everhart and his companions who last month visited Kansas and Many the booming towns and cities has returned Home and we Are pleased to note a marked improvement in his health. But he says he is not yet ready to Trade the old Ohio Home for the Best that a like monies value could produce in All the West. He says that investors in the Boom towns Kansas had now better get from under if they done to want to be caught in the Down squeeze. Think the present High values in Wichita town lots 25 feet front and 100 deep Way out the outskirts that 30,000 peopled town commanding from $400 to $500 each. Any such prices asked for hardly a grave plat is inflation with a vengeance and in less than one year one will be Able to buy property in that town for whatever one sees fit to pay for it. So Everhart believes. Personal mention. Jacob Lorenz Stone Creek was in town saturday last. James w. English Kansas City is visiting . A. Bates this City. Miss Cora English Kansas City is visiting Friend in new Philadelphia. Miss Jennette Ranie has been visiting friends and relatives at Columbus this past week. We. Wallace and wife have returned from Kansas where they were visiting their sons. Or. Nathan Stine and wife Are spending the week with relatives and friends at Gnadenhutten. Joshua and Johnathan Baker Dundee gave the times office a pleasant Call saturday last. Miss Lulu Cahill an accomplished Young lady from Bluffton Ohio is visiting . And mrs. Joseph Strickmaker. Miss Josie Gintz is expected Home after spending the summer with her sister mrs. John Arnold at Zanesville. Or. Samuel b. Flora who has been in the lumber business at Painesville came Home saturday to remain a month. Or. Frank Miskimin Newcomerstown is in this City this week working right Way for the z. N. Amp c. Railroad. Miss Lizzie Carnahan pos mistress new Cumberland and mrs. Maughiman same place gave the times office a pleasant Call tuesday. Mrs. Roland Kurtz has returned from Leetonia where she has been with her brother . Bertolet for several weeks taking treatment. She has improved some in health. Or. Jesse d. Elliott one the worthy sex editors the Ohio Democrat Lias returned from his Eastern trip. We Are sorry he did not enjoy his trip account ill health. Owing to ill health due to surface water drinking which produced a severe attack typhoid fever and the further injurious effect the alkaline water Wichita we learn that our did Friend James Richards the Law firm Richards and Wilson is about to return to his former Field labor in this City. Railroad meeting. There will be a meeting in the interest the z. N. Amp c. Railroad held at Eagle Hall monday evening next at 7 clock p m. All citizens interested in the improvement the town and Vicinity Are requested to be present. All business men the town should find time to attend the meeting. Citizens along the line the Road old town and Beaver dam Valley Are especially requested to be present. This meeting is to discuss matters concerning right Way and Means to secure the same. Representatives the Road Are to i get there and they want to meet the citizens the City and Vicinity. The officials say we must do what we agreed to do if we get the Road and if we do not the Road will take another route leaving out new Philadelphia entirely. Now is the time for old town folks to come in and help to save the Road. Let every one turn out. There will be speakers present. By order committee. In Brief and to the Point. Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disordered liver is misery. Indigestion is a foe to Good nature. The human digestive apparatus is one the most complicated and wonderful things in existence. It is easily put out order. Greasy food Tough food Sloppy food bad cookery mental worry late hours irregular habits and Many other things which ought not to be have made the american people a nation dyspeptic. But greens August Flower has done a wonderful work in reforming this sad business and making the american people so healthy that they can enjoy their meals and be Happy. Remember a no happiness without health. But greens August Flower brings health and happiness to the dyspeptic. Ask your druggist for a bottle. Seventy five cents. 9yl Brace up. You Are feeling depressed your appetite is poor you Are bothered with headache you Are fidget to nervous and generally out sorts and want to Brace up. Brace up but not with stimulants Spring medicines bitters which have for their basis very cheap bad whiskey and which stimulate you for an hour and then leave you in worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood Start heavy action liver and kidneys restore your vitality and give renewed health and strength. Such a Medicine you will find in electric bitters and Only 50 cents a bottle at f c Miller amp songs drug store. Normal school. The Winter term our school will open monday november 14th, 1887. A goodly number ladies and gentlemen have already enrolled for the term. A thorough course in higher algebra higher arithmetic and Engligh grammar will be Given. A first class writing school will be conducted in connection with the Normal by prof. J. F. Kuhns who graduated in prof. G. Iii Lerz a pen Art Hall at Wooster Ohio. Try our school before going elsewhere. For further particulars address John p. Kuhn Box 707, new Philadelphia 43w4 $250 in Cash 3 Worcester a and 3 websters dictionaries Worth $89, and 4 dictionary holders Worth $15.50, Given As prizes for Best essays answering the question a a Why should i use a dictionary Holder a for full particulars Send to la Verne w. Noyes 99 and 101 w. Monroe Street Chicago the maker dictionary holders. Or inquire at your Bookstore. 39 w 7baffled brigands. Masked men attempt to Rob a train in Texas. They Are driven off by an express messenger who kills two them. Elpaso Texas october 1g. The meager reports sent Here last night owing to the lateness the hour regarding the attempted train robbery gave but fractions the tale. It was a great Victory that one robber should be killed but what was the astonishment the Public Here when the dead body another robber was brought in this morning. The Galveston Harrisburg amp san Antonia express which should have started East yesterday at 4 30 p. M., was delayed until about 8 30 in waiting for the Southern Pacific train from the West. Engineer Lohrer says that when his train had gone about a mile two men wearing cloth masks came Over the tender with a revolver in each hand. The Engineer tried to Stop the train but the men ordered him to run to a curve and Stop Quick. When he reached the curve he supposed they meant five Miles from the City they ordered him and his firemen to get off and took them Back to the express car. The robbers in the mean time were firing their revolvers and shouting and cursing. Reaching the express car one them threw dynamite against the front door one Side the car. The explosion knocked a Large Hole in the door and broke out the Glass in the other doors. The robbers called the express messenger to come out. The messenger was j. Ernest Smith and with him was j. Beardsley clerk in Wells Fargo amp office at fort Worth. When they heard the firing they put out the lights and went to the rear the car. At the command the robbers they came out Smith leaving his revolver just inside the door. The robbers ordered Smith and Beardsley to hold up their hands and then searched them. Smith was then ordered to go Back in the car and Light the Gas. He climbed Back and the Foremost robber started to follow. Or. Smith seized his pistol placed it almost against the robbers breast and fired sending a Bullet through his heart. The robber fell Back dead but fired twice at Smith while falling. Smith and the other robber also exchanged shots. The robber then attempted to get his comrades body to the engine intending to uncouple it from the train and run . While he was trying to lift the body upon the engine the messenger got his double barrelled Shotgun leaned out the car and shot at him. The robber Sank Down and then sprang up and ran out sight. The train returned to this City where the express car was repaired and the train went messenger Smith remaining in this City. Deputy marshals Van Riper and Ross at once started for Ysleta thirteen Miles East Elpaso and securing experienced mexican trailers bad them at the scene the a hold up before Daylight. City marshal Wyett and other officers were also the ground by Sunrise. The Hunt was Short. Less than fifty Yards from where he was shot Lay the other robber dead. His body was brought Back to the City and placed with his late Comrade in crime. An examination showed that Only one Buckshot had struck him that entered the front Side his left shoulder and Cut the artery just above the heart. The officers Are Reti cinch but it is Learned that they believe they Are the Trail More robbers. The theory is that the pals the two men the Tram were waiting with horses a Little beyond where the train was held up. The shots fired by the two robbers were the signals that after getting their plunder the two robbers intended to run Forward with the engine and leave the rest the train. The two robbers killed were about Twenty five years age and powerfully built men. The first one killed had his person a receipt dated Terre haute ind., september 28th, for a trunk marked j. E. Emerson. The second robber is minus the third Finger the right hand one had about $20 and the other $15. They Are recognized Here but their names Are unknown. Both were photographed to Day. Messenger Smith is from St. Louis living now at san Antonia. He has been employed by Wells Fargo so co. For four years and runs Between Elpaso and san Antonia. The citizens Elpaso presented him with a suit Clother to Day and have raised Over $100 for a medal. J. W. Nichols superintendent Wells Fargo amp co. For Texas and Louisiana telegraphed Smith to Day congratulating him his Victory and saying if his example was followed train robbery would he a thing the past. Their business booming. Probably no one thing has caused such a general revival Trade at C. Miller so songs drug store As their giving away to their customers so Many free trial bottles i r. Kings new discovery for consumption. Their Trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs colds asthma bronchitis croup and All Throat and lung diseases quickly cured. You can to Csc it before buying by getting a trial bottle free Large size $1. Every bottle warranted. A most fashionable audience filled the metropolitan to hear mis3 Kate Bensberg and her company in Balfer so sleeping Queen and the third and fifth acts the audience was charmed and perhaps surprised at the High musical order the Columbus sunday a cos. She will appear at music Hall Friday evening october 28th. The following marriage License have been granted Andrew ii. Kath and Plaza a. Shaw Hiram Davis and Shrah e. Moore Christian Maurer and Caroline Schneider Marion e. Phillips and Nancy edger Henry Senft and Alma lick Charles King and Ellen Tubandt the japanese government has engaged a Young san Francisco woman to organize a school Domestic service at Tokio to familiarize japanese girls with our customs. A Man must be very stupid As Well As uncharitable who believes there is no Virtna lint in Lis own meetings. Trenton saturday evening october 22d. Hon. A. T. Ready and John a. Buchanan Esq. Ankney a school House saturday evening october 22d. Prof. C. C. Forney and t. B. Rankin Esq. Gnadenhutten saturday evening october 22d. Hon. William Johnson. Sandyville saturday evening october 22d. Leroy Mcgregor Esq. And Hon. Geo. W. Crites. Barros Mills saturday evening october 22d. James g. Patrick Esq. And m. V. Ream Esq. Ragersville saturday evening october 22d. Hon. A. W. Patrick and lion. H. Ii. Horter. Or. A. N. Beers Newcomerstown was in our City tuesday looking after the interests the z. N. Amp c. Railroad. At Somerdale saturday october 29, at 2 clock p m. Lion a w Patrick and John a Buchanan Esq. New Cumberland saturday october 22, at 2 clock p m. J h Mithell Esq and others. Black band saturday eve october 29. James g Patrick and j ii Mitchell Esq. Ragersville saturday eve november 5th. Prof c c Forney. Dundee tuesday eve october 25th. Hon a w Patrick and j ii Mitchell Esq. Pleasant Valley school House Friday Eye october 28. James g Patrick. Wyss cheese House wednesday eve october 2g. Prof c c Forney. By order court. Attention democrats transfers real estate. A meeting the democrats precinct not a 2 and 3, Goshen township will be held at Concordia Hall Chapins Block Friday evening october 21st, for the purpose organization. Let every Democrat turn out. The meeting will be addressed by Able speakers. Committee. I As compiled in theoflice the recorder deeds. 1 u Jesse Kinney to the Village Newcomerstown 1 acre Oxford township $25.22. Sallie b Gray to Joseph George it Al lot g2, Uhrichsville $5,000. Samuel Allen to Harvey s Chase land in Warren township $11,203. John Minnich a executors to Hubert Suki Riger 16-100 acres Trenton $52. Same to Joseph s Lukinger 1 g-10 acres Trenton $1si. E s Russell to John f Reiser lot 45, Trenton $1,110. Daniel d Meese to Christena Stein Baugh lot 32, Blakes Mills $450. Andrew Reiss administrator to John Burkart lot 172, Dover $675. Sheriff Bowers to Henry j Wassem 94 acres Jefferson township $3,215. John i Horn to Eliza Horn lot 33, Westchester $100. Jacob Graff to John Sipp lot 62, Blakes Mills $1. John Sipp to Margaret Graff lot 62, Blakes Mills $500. A m Beers it Al to s b Bearinger lot 2, Newcomerstown $150. John Minnich a executors to George l Denny part lot 10, Trenton $66. John Burry to John Eckert part lot 154, new Philadelphia $9.89. Sugarcreek township s. S. Convention. A sunday school convention the township Sugarcreek was held at the lutheran Church Shanesville Ohio saturday afternoon and evening october 8th, concluding with a children s mass meeting sunday afternoon following. A program exercises had been prepared by the executive committee township organization which was with a few exceptions adhered to. The weather being favourable the people both from town and country turned out and the Church was Well filled at each session. Very Able addresses were made by those named in the program and others. After devotional exercises Rev. J. Dustman delivered the address Welcome after which the discussion the topic a a benefits Sabbath school conventions a was opened by s. Stocker Gnadenhutten president the Tuscarawas county sunday school Union who made a very Able and impressive address having had a practice Many years in the sunday school cause. The discussion was conducted by Rev. Kascht Winfield whose Able addresses were sanctioned by Alland others. After which the topic a the Sabbath school its past history present wants and future possibilities a was opened by a very Able and scholarly address by Rev. J. G. Zahr it Ltd d. I whose lifelong experience in the cause enabled him to speak from a stand Point very Ripe judgment. This topic was further discussed by Rev. Kascht Rev. Dustman s. Stocker and tit hers. The evening session after devotional exercises was opened by Rev. J. Dustman with the topic a a what is the object a Sabbath school in the Community a which was very ably discussed and continued by others after which the question drawer was richly indulged in bringing out Many Points interest. The convention then adjourned to meet at Union Hall saturday afternoon and evening april 21st, 1888. The mass meeting sunday afternoon was Well attended and very Able Short addresses were made by different ones. The executive committee can surely feel proud this the first convention the kind Ever held in Sugarcreek township because their Success in the undertaking and since such a beginning has been made the Hope is entertained its continuance. Rev. J. Dustman pres t. Mrs. D. E. Moyer neck a. Miss Kate Bensberg equals Patti in her marvelous execution and voice. At music Hall Friday evening oct. 28th. Notice is hereby Given that the following accounts and vouchers executors administrators guardians trustees and assignees have been filed in the office the probate court Tuscarawas county Ohio and will be for hearing saturday november 12th, 1887, and continue from Day to Day until All Are disposed first account and vouchers Elizabeth Stocker executrix the wiil Richard Stocker deceased. Final account and vouchers George b. Deardorff executor the will Margaret r. Deardorff deceased. First account and vouchers Margaret Cairns executrix the estate William Cairns deceased. Final account and vouchers John w. Johnson administrator the estate James George deceased. Third account and vouchers Sylvester r. Fankboner executor the will Daniel Fankboner deceased. Final account and vouchers William c. Baker guardian Mary e. Miller. Third account and vouchers William h. Criswell guardian Daniel Oliver. Third account and vouchers Jacob Gebhardt administrator the estate James Mccollam deceased. Final account and vouchers Amanda Kaldenbaugh and Edward d. Kal Denbaugh executors the will Henry Kaldenbaugh deceased. Seventh account and vouchers John w. Baltzley administrator with the will annexed the estate Hannah Hensel deceased. Supplemental final account and vouchers William Campbell deceased late administrator the estate Casper Abbuhl deceased As rendered by George e. Campbell administrator the estate said William Campbell deceased. Supplemental final account and vouchers William Campbell deceased late administrator the estate Charles c. Crossland deceased As rendered by George e. Campbell administrator the estate said William Campbell deceased. Final account and vouchers Josiah Murphy guardian Robert e. Finney. Second account and vouchers Geo. Schuler executor the will Henry Gross deceased. Final account and vouchers Jacob Kropp guardian Peter Kropp. First account and vouchers Jacob Weller executor the will Christian iian Penkrat deceased. Supplemental final account and vouchers Jacob Kropp guardian Charles Kropp. First account and vouchers Henry Weckman administrator with the will annexed the estate Jacob Frantz deceased. First account and vouchers l. A. Cornet Assignee John a. Roenbaugh an insolvent debtor. Final account anti vouchers William Albaugh guardian Frank e. Boyd. Seventh account and vouchers Benedict Moery guardian Cora a. Moery. Final account and vouchers Catharine Lahr administer matrix with the will annexed the estate John Lahr deceased. Final account and vouchers Rudolph Buehler deceased late executor the will David Buehler deceased As rendered by Frederick Buehler and Frederick Lemly executors tiie will Rudolph Buehler deceased. First account and vouchers George a. Lahmer Assignee Daniel Gentsch an insolvent debtor. Final account and vouchers Urias a. Horner executor the will John Olinger deceased. First account and vouchers Albert Mintch one the executors the will John Minnich deceased. Final account and vouchers Mary Anderegg formerly Mary Blaser guardian Sophia e. Blaser. Final account and vouchers Adam Brown jr., administrator the estate Henry Deibel deceased. Supplemental final account and vouchers William Campbell deceased late guardian Mary j. And George w. Fairless As rendered by George e. Campbell administrator the estate said William Campbell deceased. Final account and vouchers Tobias Rehmel executor the will Joseph Sehmel deceased. Final account and vouchers George w. Goudy trustee in Trust for the Benefit the creditors William a. Getz an insolvent debtor. First account and voucher Joseph a. Winspear administrator with the will annexed the estate James h. Con Well deceased. Supplemental final account and vouchers William , late guardian John j. Fairless As rendered by George e. Amp hell administrator the estate said William Campbell deceased. Final account and vouchers Valentine Reiss guardian Frederick Reiss. Final account and vouchers Edmund Davy guardian Isaac Fulk. Final account and vouchers Lemuel Lindsay executor the will Thomas Lindsay deceased. Final account and vouchers Samuel Schlup administrator do Bonis non the estate Casper Abbuhl deceased. Second account and vouchers George w. Everhart guardian Arabella Everhart. J. W. Yeagley probate judge. October 19, 18887. 43w4. Piles piles piles a sure cure found at last. No one need suffer. A sure cure for the Blind bleeding itching and ulcerated piles has been discovered by . William an Indian remedy called . Williams Indian pile ointment. A single Box has cured the worst old chronic cases Twenty and thirty yours standing. No one need suffer live minutes after applying this wonderful soothing Medicine. Lotions instruments and elect Aries do More harm than Good. Williams Indian pile ointment absorbs the tutors allays the intense itching acts As poultice gives instant and painless Relief and is prepared for piles and nothing else. Thousands cured patients attest its Virtues and physicians All schools pronounce it the greatest contribution to Medicine the age. It matters not How Long and severely you have been suffering you can be cured. Judge Coons Maysville ky., says a Cdr. Williams Indian pile ointment cured me after years judge coffin Bury Cleveland,o., says a a i have found by experience that . Williams Indian pile ointment gives immediate and permanent we have hundreds such testimonials. Do not suffer an instant longer. Sold by druggists. 36yl go to Daniel Wyss a Nursery new Philadelphia Ohio to buy Choice fruit and ornamental Trees shrubbery plants Flowers Etc. He Sells cheap and guarantees satisfaction. 39w6 Tiow to be Happy though married Oret Alonsa without a hired Are in the wrong common pleas court. Assignment jury cases. Friday october 28. 115 Gorman study v we Walton it Al. 116 Gorman study v Chas Walton it Al. Monday october 31. 117 Arnold Abbuhl v John Erwin. Tuesday november 1. 118 e a Giffhorn v Nicholas Winkler. Wednesday november 2. 119 Elmer b Reese v George Crise. Thursday november 3. 122 a w lamp liner is co v John a Hostetler. 163 166 18s 198 202 208 209 211 215 a it a a a 239 255 122 63 re assignment jury cases. Friday october 21. Ller Schy i Winger v we l Davis. 1\ Arren Packard amp co v j a Himes it Al. Monday october 24. Joseph Horne amp co v mrs v m Norton. Tuesday october 25. Elizabeth Wolf v John lamas. William f Clark v g w Hilt. Melvina Giggle v John Ive Afner. Wednesday october 26. Virginia Bailey it Al v w l Wallick it us. Alice pagne v Margarett i Grewell. Thursday october 27. John n Miller v Hudson e Willard. Ohio complaint Anna Wood Emmitt Van Lehn. Thursday november 3. Shederick Cope executor v Zebulon p Sparks. Nehemiah Cox v we b Thompson. Thursday november 22. A w Sampliner v j a Hostetler. Tuesday november 29. Jennie Bailey it Al v Bertha Myers it Al. Proceedings. We Willigman v Ezra Albaugh defendants motion to strike out certain matters in plaintiffs reply sustained. Maggie j Swihart v John i Otis demurrer to petition sustained. Victor a Achillis v Knisely lord s. Co dismissed. Cases continued. Frank e Smith v George w Mathews Lizzie Severn v Jacob w Stoody. Alfred Bailey v Phoenix insurance company. \ Irmia Bailey v the Queen insurance company. Andrew Deis v Edward Lla Detal default judgment $1,675.20. Cases settled. W ii Thorne amp co v James w Stoutt divorce granted. Mary Wright v Wilson s f Wright. Joseph Voshall v Eliza Voshall. Andrew ii Kath v theoria c Kath. Henry Geib v Emma i Lei n by decree partition granted. Martha Taylor v Venus Taylor Job Scott we m Adrian and Samuel j Thompson made parties their motion to answer Cross petition oct 16. Edward Dodson v Eliza j session plaintiff to file an amended reply get 15. Mathias f Ault v Geo Betscher i Pendant to withdraw motion to petition defendant to Amend petition oct Lri. Defendant to answer nov. 13. John a Hostetler v Cornelius j lean defendants motion to Petiti withdrawn plaintiff to Amend Petiti i october 10. Andrew j Creter v Levi i William and Lewis Carhart default judge $259.32 decree for Sale mortgage premises. William n dearth v Francis r be a Shire j t Donnell guardian and item decree partition granted. Ii ii Skinner v David Brown trial b court finding for plaintiff and again defendant motion for new trial ova i ruled judgment finding for $274.36 Andrew ii Kalt v Theora c Kalt j tuition granted. Ohio v Louis Saunders entered int recognizance for his appearance tin. Day october 11. Ohio v Louis Saunders entered int. Recognizance for his appearance tin s Day it it october 11. Receiver Corn City insurance co \ .1 m Stout continued. Cleveland Lorain so Wheeling Vau Drew dais demurrer plaintiffs Selt Ond defense answer and Cross pet Tion sustained. Amanda Kaldenbaugh v Henry Ripley defendant Milliken to withdraw reply and leave to Supply lost files n 1 defendants Burgar and Jon to file answer to answer and Cross pet Tion same Date. John Edie v Henry k die Mote to continue to next assignment Cou cases sustained. Samuel l Douglass v Sarah e Don lass defendants motion to Plain tit petition sustained. A i Willard it co v Knisely Todd. Co ease settled and attachment d charged. Ananias Harper v we f crites Mitchell appointed receiver. Harvey Spaulding v Ellen f Krau defendant to plead october 25. John Bailey v a w Laughon defend ants to answer by october 25. The citizens National Bank v Cen m Himes and Daniel j Miller Anncar. Judgment $5,918,09. Harriet m Young v John units to tinned motion defendant and his costs. Lucinda Biteler v Demarius Delon it Al dismissed at plaintiffs costs. Jacob Schneider v Jacob Knoblock r Al default judgment $387. Ananias Harper v win f crites j i Mitchell appointed receiver am Cabi settlement made by parties and receive discharged. Cases continued. S a Leibald v Ohio Mutual ins co. Anna Wilson v Jas a Burgess extra. Charles Erick v d h troendly. Otto g Sec i amp to v Caleb Jones. Cases settled. Henry Geib v Emma Hinely in partition confirmed and Orde Sale allowed to Issue. Mathias i Shuster v Alice a Shuster appraisement confirmed and Plain til elects to take the same deed ordered William r Shields v George ii Hill decree partition really. City Bank new Philadelphia v 1 r Bigler trial to jury verdict for f 1 Bigler. Lewis Carhart v the Columbia ins cd

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