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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - October 03, 1888, Cincinnati, OhioThe Western Christian advocate wednesday october 8,1888. <537 ittle and divorce the former from the win result in failure. The sunday-1 is subordinate to the an Ledent Force preparing the minds and the children for lives useful before the world has touched them its stain. Is u possible that after All Vears toil and trial the 8unday we than god and take courage. Ilex Audriu ind. J. Condo. Chicago. Many persons narrowly leaped death wheat cornered in Chicago by a Speculator named Hutchinson. His profits wheat sold in one Day at Chicago amounted to $675,000a portable Sawmill blew up near Demossville ky., killing two persons instantly the majority the Utah commission in their report Lutto be considered a hindrance to i pose the admission Utah to the Union a Ress our we think without the adoption a constitutional amendment prohibiting the practice polygamy. The Deutsche rom Dachau the journal which published the alleged extracts from Frederick s diary has Given the name the person who supplied them to the government a committee the lower House the austrian diet reported against an official reception to emperor William. A Ptim beb 24th.�?the baby Farmer i emperor Francis Joseph narrowly escaped i ism Beattie who lives the Cigar being shot while present at artillery prac River North the Indian territory Tice the situation the British Garrison at Squakim continues to be serious. China is said to be directly responsible for the tibetan uprising the Czarowitz is reported betrothed to the Princess Maud Wales. Ing West will serve their own interests Best by going via the Amp m. Railway. For full information As to rates for excursion tickets time trains connections Etc Call agents connecting lines asking for tickets via amp m. Railway write to W. Paris Central passenger agent. O. It pc m. Railway 48 West fourth Street Cincinnati 0. Reliable goods. Help Sec o., cent. Ohio con., by George Mathews. A a a a a a a Elizabeth 111., boo River con., by a. H. Nash treasurer,.� Southport ind., s. Ind. Con., by j. W. Dashiell. I. Barnesville o., East Ohio Conby w. D. Starkey. 87 August. Reported by Chicago depository Wilton Center and w. Teot Jons 6 00 30 00 8 00 13 00 Southampton l. I., hew York con., by . Godman. 11 10 10 03 Safe la Orfei. News the week. A was carried off by an Eagle. A Ball fire fell from a Clear sky at Youngstown a similar phenomenon was observed at Dover 0 a Bullet removed from the Jedof officer John h. Weinke Chicago hich was lodged there in the Haymarket not May 4,1886. Hog cholera is Preva it in Fayette county Ohio. Major Bart Telot a death declared to have in the result his brutality to the a yes. Stanley a interpreter believes 8tan-y reached Emin Bey. Gippri bbb 25th.�?the Board education f Bainbridge o., directed the superintendent the Public schools at that place to 7 admission to coloured children the Tidence . Gorrell in Tyler county ,. A was blown up with dynamite by his enemies. One person was killed another fatally injured Oliver calf Iten ced at Chattanooga tenn., to five so imprisonment in the Penitentiary for Ping his sister. A government inquiry will be made into publication alleged abstracts from emperor Frederick a diary. The presence i White Man in the Bahrel gazel District Soudan is confirmed from Khartoum. A mansard reported slaughtered in Zan and in a Battle the English killed cd wounded four Hundred tibetans. Orty arrests nihilists have been made at a for the murder the woman whose in was shipped to 8t. Petersburg. She i airy. Sip Timber 26th.�?extensive Prairie fires i Plover Lamour and Sturtevant counties Iota. In some instances the tire ran than horses Milton Weston the known Chicago capitalist after serving to years and eight months in the Penn i Penitentiary has been Par eds Edison claims that the germs a now fever can be destroyed by the use Iline and caustic soda James w. Was found guilty bigamy at de Roit Mich. Fifteen the thirty three whom he married were present in friends Empress Victoria have com the published extracts from Freder i diary with the original and pronounce a genuine. The publication further tracts was prohibited by the government Marck is said to have received Permis from the emperor to publish the diary reads it a severe earthquake has buried in Greece. The uprising in Zanzi extends Over the whole coast. 8ptimber 27th a a Cincinnati restauro keeper who nailed a Large Turtle to the to prevent it from crawling away 1 wrested for cruelty to animals. Rabbi cd Batowsky new York is 1 by the society for the prevention a Ltd to animals torturing Chick before killing them. Lafayette ind., 1 to have natural . A a White Cappis a invaded Lafayette ind the Steamer Linee Sank in the Mississippi River air Winona Minn. Four men were buried beneath a falling gravel Bank near fans file ind. Bismarck in a report to emperor will pronounces the published extracts Ltd Frederick a diary As untrue and re permission to prosecute the Deutsche is credited a with jog that count Herbert Bismarck would control the foreign affairs the gov-iment.,the rout the tibetans at ass by the British is said to have completed two Hundred and fifty a a Wand English miners threaten to strike b ten per cent Advance is granted september 29th.�?the Longfellow statue association Portland me., unveiled and presented to the City the statue Longfellow the poet. Two Saloon keepers at yellow Springs were each fined $50 and costs and Given ten Days in the work House for Selling liquor to an habitual drunkard. An old Keg containing $2,700 in Gold unearthed near Franklin by. A Strong feeling exists in Germany against Bismarck account his action in connection with the extracts from Frederick a diary Italy demanded an explanation from France regarding her action in Tunis and got it promptly to the effect that the country was under French Protection. 30th.�?samuel Levi has been appointed associate Justice the court Bates county Toby the governor. He is the first hebrew appointed to a position any Kijiu by a governor that state. A train the Oregon Railroad was wrecked by running into a Herd cattle near Pocatello Idaho and five men were killed. John d. Caper ton and John Pearce were drowned in the Ohio River near Louisville ky., by the upsetting their Sailboat near London o., Posey Quinn aged eight years was left alone with his sister Fannie aged three. He quarrelled with her and getting his older brother a gun shot and instantly killed Herthe official report the yellow fever at Jacksonville Fla september 30th, is As follows for the Twenty four hours ending at 6 p. My new cases 79 deaths 6 total number cases to Date 2,626 total number deaths to Date 254. Authenticity the extracts from Date emperor Frederick a diary admitted. Professor Gefeke arrested forgiving them out for publication two More murders in White Chapel London making five. The neighbourhood terrorized. Resignation the Home Secretary and chief police demanded by the Public. On every hand in each and All lines goods we see constant and unceasing Effort being made to improve former ideas and to produce what nearest approaches perfection. The tendency the present Day has been to a Large degree toward the production the greatest Quantity for the least Money but it has been found that it is a false and mistaken idea and one that bears poor fruit. Hence the Success the few who have had the foresight to see a slow but sure profit in making nothing but the Best it is but a few years ago that Ferris Bros commenced the Mann facture the a Good sense corsets and Corset waists. Their Endeavor was to build up a Trade for the future and that they have succeeded is shown by their immense Trade which is continually increasing and the High estimation in which the goods Are held by the leading dry goods houses throughout the country. We Call attention to the ladies a a Good sense a Corset Waist which we illustrate. It is buttoned in front and laced All the Way up the Back sizes 18 to 30 inches. The waists Are made to suit All Ages from the baby up and possess Many special improvements originated and patented by this . Rock r. Con., by h. J. Hus ton. Am�_��._i� Newark. Rock it. Confoy j. T. Cooper. Lamout Rock r. Con., by w. Il7 Trout. Dwight. Iii. Con., by h. K. Metcalf. Springfield upper la. Con., by t. M. Evans. East Troy was. Con., by t. Potter per Sussex was. Con., by we med land. Hammond w. We. Con., by g. W. Smth. Eyota Minn. Con., by w. H. Soule. Elysian. Minn. Conby e w. Haley. Bryon Minn. Con., by j. J. Elf to near. �3 09 7 00 15 0 4 co 5 50 3 00 2 00 5 00 i 90 3 00 8 00 reported by . Hartzell Rev. W. P. Steel Shannondale Iiona for Sedalia col lege Rev. J. P. Bishop. W 07 Pittsburg. Pa., by s. Hamilton for . Goshen. O. Cincinnati 6con., by a. T. a a Albuquerqu to Haw Mexico con., by a. R. G r be n held oct incl no at con., by. Burdun "tit.�?T, Cincinnati coo., by j. F. Mccolm. A a a a a. Arr son Cincinnati con., by c. Woney. Achy Springs st. Louts con., by Lum t oct 4 a a a a a a Mountain Grove st. Louis con., by e. T. 8. Darby. Amp 15 00 7 00 total. 93,164 79 . Western Christian advocate rub Sib weekly at the Western methodist Book Concha Cranston amp Stowe Apa ots 100 West fourth Street. Cla Euanatt. A. $2.00 per year i1var1ably ii and Vamg. All itinerant preach lbs Are authorized agents. Advertising rates per line each insertion 21c. Agate measure fourteen lines to the Inch. Entered As second class matter. Special not Ieese wanted Young preachers. Wanted immediately for circuits in the California conference live Young preachers. Address stating age experience and references. M. A it. Buck p. E., Napa District Napa City Cal. Kentucky conference. The pastors in Kentucky conference whose Post office address is not the same As the a e the charge should notify the Secretary immediately. In every Case the county should be Given. The presiding elders Are requested to Send the names Pastora giving the number this year s service. J. D. Walsh Secretary. �3 40 Jamestown Dak., if. Dak. Con., by j. M. Van every. 8 00 Germantown . Can. Con., by j. P. Loyd 20 00 Brunswick o., by l. Peck Cadet c i 00 new York j. D. Slayback per . Hart Zelt a. 2,500 00 Busty n. Y., Erie Conby j. G. Genaler. 6 00 st. Andrews ct., Wesley 8. S., by e. J. Snetter. Dunmore Wyoming con., by we. Edgar 12 Hope town Iii. Con., by c. R. Morrison 15 Peoria first ch., c. 111. Con., by g. V. Wilding. 50 West Plains mo., st. Louis con., by b. F. Jannary. 10 Gardner mass., by f. I. Ellis Money returned for overpaid salary. 5 East Lynne mo., st. Louis con., by j. Porter. 9 Bancroft n. Nebraska con., by g. H. Main. 5 Grant City mo., by h. T. Robins. 10 Summerville Louisiana con., by j. D. Pool. 5 Calmar upper Iowa Conby Jos. Cook. Ashtabula. East Ohio con., by g. W Gray 20 Booneville Northern new York con., by w. Reynolds. 27 00 it. Lookout Cincinnati con., by h. Willham. 40 00 a. A. Johnson by . Hartzell. 10 50 Wilmot Dak. By t. A. Jonee. 2 00 Manhattan Kansas con., by a l. Mcnair. 6 00 reported by . Gray Lacrosse wls., first church7 25 a a a a Caledonia Street. 4 15 Hillsboro 0. 10 45 Quot incl Ntapolis Roberts park0 84 Quot Central Avenue 11 85 Davenport iowa18 a a fourteenth 62 petoskey.mich3 -77 75 Hapeville ga.,sav.con.,by n. 8. Sterling 1 00 Dayton. Odin. Con., Broadway Rch, by v. F. Brown. 1100 Hamilton ct., to. Conby g f. Bundy. 8 00 Fostoria . Cent a Ohio by t. Rede. 6 0 Olive Branch o., can. Con., by e. T. Lane. 5 00 new Albany ind., Central tier. Con., by j. F. Severinghaus. 3 00 lit grow and Millbrook n. Con., by n. L Hervy. 4 00 Dell rapids l a. Con., by j. P. Jenkins. 21 00 Lima charge det. Con., by h. Palmer. 1 25 Danville w. Ohio con., by j. D. Lea 7 10 Cleveland Jennings Avenue North Ohio con., by a. In. Knapp m. A. 10 00 Rutland n. W. Iowa con., by a. J. Lady Dell m. A. 10 00 Wellington Central Missouri con., by we. Mccutchen. 5 00 Cuba mo.,st. Louis con.,by c. R Wade. 7 00 new Jasper o., Cincinnati Conby w. J. Baker. 9 00 furnished rooms at one Dollar per Day with Board Udes ded. M be. Fuku Deake 132 Garfield place Cincinnati. J. 1. Kirtley Irso fort Smiklo w president. Vice rident. Zaehler the fifth National Bank Cincinnati . Nos. 65 and 67 West third st capital. 500,000. Directors w. F. Thorne. W. F. Bold jes. M. Leei h. B. Morehead same a e. Hillel g. V. Stevenson Bradford Shinkle j. M. Kirtley. Accounts firms and individuals solicited prompt attention offered to those favouring us with their business. Webster fwd Susej Rumm Quot Library itself 3000 More words and nearly Boot More illustrations than any Ether american dictionary. Among the supplementary features in equated for concise and trustworthy information Are a biographical dictionary giving brie facts concerning 9,700 noted persons ancient and modern times a gazetteer . The world locating and describing 25,000 places wid Avo tabular the names noted fictitious persons and places. The latter is not found in any other dict amp iary. Webster excels in synonyms which Are appropriately found in the body the work. 8old by All booksellers. Pamphlet free. G. Merriam amp co., pub is Springfield Masa a can saw Krewin is fit a a. Samples worth1.60tree. Lines not under the horses feet. Write a ter safety rein Holder . Hnlly.mlct�. Sedgwick Woven steel wire Fence and gate8. Wjk the Success some the agents employed by b. F. Johnson amp co., Richmond va., is truly marvelous. It is Notan unusual thing for their agents to make As High As $20 and $30 a Day and sometimes their profits run no As High As $40 and $50�?even More. But we hesitate to Tell you the whole truth you will scarcely believe we Are in Earnest. Write them and see for yourself what they will do for you. The new Erie Floe. The removal the Erie passenger and freight offices from fourth and Walnut to their More commodious quarters in Mitchell building no. 99 w. Fourth Street was effected january 31, 1888. The Erie always Foremost in railway Enterprise have now an office which is one the finest and most elegant in the City. For a picturesque route Low rates and unequalled service the a a Erie a stands first All charges for freight Are paid a kit bargain Box soap containing a Large line presents. In order to secure it Send your name and Post office address to j. D. Larkin amp co Buffalo n. Y., for a trial Box Sweet Home soap. Here is a letter from a lady who did this and tried the soap for ten Days Washington Iii., j one 16,1888. J. D. Larkin amp co please find a p. O. Order for six 6 dollars for one Box Sweet Home soap which 1 received about ten Days Aso. I find it All that i expected and More. It ii just splendid and the presents Are Nice. Hoping you will receive this soon i am very resp Erfur a n Carino a a a i thousands letters like above Are file Nies the report that he is be in the office the enterprising firm re-1qg with the 8panish government for feared to. Conciliation. His son declines to be me rival claimant. To 28th.�?owing to the great -1 the Ohio and Mississippi railway will v 0 Ike beavers and other Small game sell tickets at one fare for the round trip indians in the North West territory i Lor its excursions August 21st, 8eptember to to Winter and this summer have half fare excursions West. Continual state starvation Aliana is reported to have been Prev Case the two imprisoned in h v8�?T 8amuel f Belden and Michael it ave not been entirely Given up by j a rney8> who have been carefully Roor its the supreme court claim to have a a a two lives Lith and 25th, and october9th and 23d, to Points in Kansas Nebraska Iowa Minnesota Dakota Colorado Wyoming territory discovered were lost in vital a fire at Tana Arkansas Texas and new Mexico. Tickets will be Good thirty Days and Stop Over will be allowed. The Ohio and Mississippi railway is the direct and fast line West with four solid express trains to st Lonis. Connecting in Union depot for All Points West Northwest and South West colonists tourists and land explorers go donations. Rev. J. D. Gil Wilsn Beaver charge. Utah mis Siou acknowledges a donation 29.40 Cash. When Rev. W. A. Mathews arrived at Walker ton. Ind., he found the Good people papering and cleaning the parsonage. Two Days afterwards sister mat new arrived in the evening. She found a number the Good Sisters at the parsonage with a grand supper prepared. They enter their new Field feeling at Home. A a a Columbus District. First round quarterly meetings third Avenue and Neil Chapel october 7th Appleton Chatham circuit october 14th Granville and Alexandria october 21st Sigler a Chapel Johnstown circuit october 28th third Street and Miller Avenue november 4th Center Village new Albany circuit november Lith Walnut Hill Groveport circuit november 18th Asbury Chapel canal Winchester circuit november 25th Reynoldsburg. December 2d Pataskala december 9tn Westerville december 16th Wesley Chapel and it Vernon Avenue december 23 1 Broad Street and town Street december 30th. Acknowledgements. Amounts received by Earl Cranston treasurer the Freedman said and Southern education society the methodist episcopal for the months july and August 1888. July. White Sulphur Springs Mont. Con., by e. A. Stickleman. A 00 Terre hate ind., . Lee for education a Young Man by . Hartzell. 50 00 Akron o., asst Ohio con., by b. T. Vin cent. 45 0 Manchester ind., bequest i f Rev. Jas. H. Stevens. By p. Of Stevens per Torau a Arnold. 200 00 Utica ind., s. A ind. Con., by d. A. Rob . 10 00 Greenville ua., Bav. Con., by c. W. Adams. 6 0 Lee Center n. In. N. Con., by h. A. Harris tvs 3 c0 Bucyrus o., n. Ohio .con., by b. J. Headley. 20 00 Helena mo., to. Conby j. W. Kynzer. 10 00 Milford tex., w. Tex con., by d. O. Lacey. 2 00 Moores Hill ind., s. Ind. Con., by Geo. Cochran. 8 00 Chattanooga tenn., j. W. Adams by . Hartzell. 21 38 Jackson Minn. Con., by we Barron .1 00 it. Auburn City can. Con., by Joan l. Whetstone. 40 75 Snohomish wash., puget so. Con., by b. F. Brooks. 4 00 Warrenton mo., c. To. Con., by t. L. Francis. 3 60 Frankville la., up. A. Con., by g. N. Kenniston. 6 00 Roseburg Oregon Oregon Conby i. T. Summerville. 5 00 Helen miss. Con., c. C., by g. W. Porter. 1 10 Media polls Iowa con., by h. V. Tull. 15 00 Wood River ct., n. Neb. Con., by j. B. Leedom. Eari Vitle. Rock River con., by w. B. Morton. President charge Erie con., by l w. Showers. South franc Ingham mass., Rev. A. J. Hall by . Hartzell. West Bend Iowa n. W. Iowa con., by d. P. Day m. A. Reported by st. Louis depository cent. To. Con., by f. H. Small to asarer1365 00 Contrella. Cent. To. Con., by w. M. Brown. 6 15 Butler. St. Louis con., by l. A. Markham. 6 00 Metropolis City South 111. Con., t. J. Davis. 8 00 Walla Walla was legacy j. A. Wilbur balance by Baker and Boyer. Covington. Ind., n. W. Ind. Con., by w. M Ortonville Mich., "detroit"con.�?T,by"6. M. Bigelow. I the Best farm Garden poultry Yard Lawn school lot Parl and cemetery fences and Gates. Perfect automatic Gate. Cheapest and neatest Iron fences. Iron and wire summer houses Lawn furniture and other wire work. Best wire Stretcher and pliers ask dealers in hardware address Sedgwick bros., Richmond ind. The great Light. Frinks Patent reflectors give the meet powerful the softest cheapest and the beet Light known for churches stores show windows Parlours Banks offices picture eries theatres depots Etc. New and elegant designs. Send size room. Get circular and estimate. A Liberal discount to churches Acyl to to de. L p. P rink 651 a curl Street n. V. In Alley tar will shoot 1000 fact. And accurately 80 to 80 fat. It Sparrow gun ====3fr a a entirely new to Crete u a Rifle. Is a a noise no powder no lire. 800 allots Cost hut 1# ele. I is the for bets cats English sparrows end Small Gate. Delights old and Young. Price $3.00 by express prepaid $2.50 let. 8. Agents wanted Trade supplied. Circular a free. J. J. Watrous. Manor 213 stat Cincinnati 0hul # through line from and to Cincinnati 16 10 with through car service Between Cincinnati and Indianapolis Cincinnati and Toledo and Detroit Cincinnati and Chicago Cincinnati and st. Louis Cincinnati and Middletown and Dayton Cincinnati and Lima and Findlay Cincinnati and Greenville and Wert. With through reclining chair car Between Cincinnati dec a tur and Springfield ills and Keokuk 10 a daily parlor chair cars Day end sleepers night trains 44 yearbound� ask for tickets via c. H. So d. R. R. For full information tickets sleeping car space ac., inquire address a h Fisher Vuu a Tiu i John ass tame District past Gene a art., Indianapolis ind. Rich Paasu a at t was. A. Wiggins set Ruthern passenger agent Chattanooga Tenn w. H. Whittlesey Central pass Raj Toledo D. B. Tray Northern pass a at. Igt., Dayton Detroit Mich. J. 0. Mason City passenger agent Cincinnati Or general passenger agents office no 200 w. Fourth st., Cincinnati 0. Waite vice pres to a Gene a manager Chas. H. Rockwell Gene a pass a a ticket agent. My

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