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Ohio Democrat, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1869, New Philadelphia, Ohio Paper of Tuscarawas C. H. OHIO is published every to Naw at following if it the beginning of the or within three months If pud at time the 2.25 If rial paid until after the expiration of the 2.50 A to notify a discontinuance at the end of the time subscribed will the same as a new or sab paper will be discontinued until all are except at the option of the OLE VELA ft 1> OS AND AFTER Aug 30th. 1369, Train ft will leave Stations daily as GOING ACCOM 93Gdo 10.04 do 1 1 do do 1.14 do 1.42 do 2. 1 8 do 2.43 do 3.35 8.46 4.48 6.26 do 6.25 do 1.05P.M. 3.5-3 do GOING EXPRESS HAIL 4.35 do 1.25 dp 5.15 do 5.52 do 8.15 do Hudson do do 8.55 do Euclid do 00 do 7.30 do 10.10 do GOING 5.45A.X. 7.25A.M. 5.55 do 8.15 do 7.00 doll 00do 15 do 1.25p M. Smith's do 1.46 do do 2 20 do Pittsburgh 10.35 do 3.25 do 1 15p.M. 4.30PM 1-25 do 4.40do 231 do 6.00do 4.15do 4.37 do 5.20 do do GOING 8TATIOK3. MAIL 4.25P.M. do 2.20 do 5.40 do do 2 51 do 8.50 do 3.37 do 8teub'vUle.9.50fio 4.35 do Bridgeport 10.59 do 5-43 do 5 55 do 6.30 do 7.00 do 7.05AM 8 15do 8.30do is a train to and Ex lets train from to TUSCARAWAS New P 6.40 A. M. Bayard 9 45 A. M. 11 50 P.M. 2.40P.M. F. R. Gen. Ticket ST. LOUIS RAILROAD O N after May 10, 1868, trains will run as GOING Established i. D. 1839.] MUST BE in VOLUME 30. NEW NOVEMBER 5, 1869, JOHN J. til CANAL WILL pay special attention to all business entrusted to Jan. 22, J. Attorney and Counselor at NEW OFFICE in Block with U. Will to all 61si- aess in his A. D. Richards Attorneys and Counsellors at Prompt attention given to all business en- trusted to their in Schmidt's tew building site County 17, in the Irving 13, 18C9. CLEVELAND ESS HOBBS SAY to Powell and Victs WHOLESALE Paper Printers anil JBlank Book 65 6? 1gL.SpecSa1 attention given to Blank Books county officers 18, 9. H. E. A. E. CO. AND IN FOREIGN ASP DOMESTIC ND 60 December 4, 1888. ly JOS. B. 8. L PAUL WHOLESALE DEALERS IN WISES 119 December 4, 1868. ly WILLIAM Physician and Canal if Office on Factory St in Deis Moore's new brick the tin 4, ly over J. PHYSICIAN AND NEW CX his professional services to the citizens of New and Will perform all Surgical operations of the most delicate Special attention en to diseases of the of and all chronic Examinations made with the and by chemical in all diseases difficult of and ed on the latest improvements made in cal to the Otis speaks the English and German New Sept. 13, 1867. EXPRESS 1 10 do 3 51 lis Junction 6 10 do 10 do 7 40 do Newark 8 IP 10 do 7 0 10 do 9 30AM 10 38 do 11 15do 12 20PM 1 lOdo 2 07 do 2 42 do 4 00 do 6 lodo 2 10 do 7 35 do 2 20PM 8 36 do 4 17do 530 do 6 55 do 7 48 do 8 25 do 9 55 do 11 20do 7 13AM 8 20Jo 2 lodo H- MEDICAL DRS. BURL CURRY have associated for the practice of Medicine and Their professional services arc respectfully tendered to the citizens of New Philadelphia and Office same as for- caerly occupied Dr. July 5, 1867. Van Doom Wholesale Dealers in Foreign aud Domestic White Glass and Water Ohio HICK Importers Dealers in CHINA 105 Superior in original or eked to WHOLESALE nnd Dealers in Foreign Domestic WINES AND 146 WATER GOING S 15AM 1130AM R 45rsi lOCOdo do 1 55 do 11 23 do 27 do 2 25 do 11 53 do 10 do 3 00 do 12 30AM Cadiz 37 do 4 11 do 1 30do 45 do 603rM 2 3fido 5 48 I-M 3 12 do 655do 4-21 do Southern Express West Express East runs All other Trains daily Sundays CADIZ 15 a 9 35 s 5 35 p m. Arrive at 8 09 20 6 20 p m. Leave Cadiz 30 do 4 30 p G 45 p m. Arrive at Cadiz 9 15a.at. 515 p.m. 7 30 p. m. S. F. Ticket 0. D. S. 2d and eral O. Between Third antl Fourth PA. THOMAS 1 H. C. W. H. Feb. 6, 18o9-ly j WHICH ARDSON is now located at New and is to attend to all operations in his line of pro Office in Center orer Drue 2, T WILLIAMS is permanently 9 in New and gives prompt and careful attention to all branches of the Dental Laughing Gas administered every Sept f f that and is prepared to eate all operations nis profession with neatness and Whole or parts S INTTI SI respectfully inform the he has located in on Gold or v can 4 ite attention paid to the of the natural All kinds of Dental Materials furnished to sion at manufacturers' current in the Bradshaw ly IRON VALLEY HOUSE rB lit and amply Ample Every attention paid to the best the market nnd Give me H of Water and Second f sic a c if s s L t f o H i THE House has been thoroughly renovated and Ample stabling for with Livery Stables Good sample rooms for cial None but polite and waiters are PHILIP GETZMAN having refitted the Ex- 1 change formerly kept by C. B. informs the public that he intends keeping a first class wants of guests will be carefully attended The ble will at all times be furnished with such articles as the market Ample bling and a care ol The patronage of the traveling is respectfully solicited May 31, 18 ly HAILS AND 148 150 WATER On Tuesday the 16th of ten mnn and three bova went down into No. 29 They hud often that ing gulf beforehand no doubt were less any danger being near For 200 yards they sank into the bowels of the and then each went to hia appointed task of hewing out so engine should be that the hearth should be and the many wants of life should be At o'clock as they drew to one spot to have their supper iu company no danger then but each his own peculiar and the laugh went round till the time came for them to separate again for At 1 o'clock oil Wednesday morning the noticed an uprush of vapor from one of the two shafts be- longing to the Something was but Oh 1 all thought it was the dreadful and subtle fire damp the collier's that has slain thousands What's to be there are two brave careless of who eagerly volunteer to the pit to find out the The was lowered but take care they but so engerly arc they lot down that before are fully and with only time to shout the they were immersed eleven feet deep in the treacherous They soon drawn and the full certainty was the was full of and thirteen were down there among the rising What's to be done now What's 10 be and thing that ingenious men mny and that wealth can and woe to the man who at such a time could be or should the noble er of Earl Swift men and swifter horses ran all Ihe overseers were fetched out of their and Earl Dudley's agent Mr. J. DEALER IS Picture Looking Picture Cords nnd Ovul 191 Superior Marble American Shuttle erl of 11 Thle Machine uses a straight makes the LOOK STITCH on both has a self-adjusting nod can do every riety of It will nnd will illy on or cotton with or cotton THE mtmm C. B. HARVY the Quinn High New HAEVY sample rooms Commercia Q. P. S. COVE Wholesale Dealers in Copper Distilled and Double Rectified CANAL STARK 25, ly PORT LIVERY A. OOD Horses and rs to all parts of m Are offering their AND STOCK Warranted for 5 Our Agents will be supplied with parts ol the in case of It makes precisely the same stitch made by the Wheeler Howe and Flor ence It has the like the best of high-priced and is the only low-priced Shuttle in the ket that has this We are enabled to sell SHUTTLE MACHINE at a very low on account of its and consequent low cost of I comparison with Complicated French to 00 Black to 35 00 to 00 Dress Goods of every Hats Caps. In kinds of Dry Goods and as cheap as the Call aid see for No. 16 East High Oct. 8, 1869.tf old Front O. J. COX 21. 1869tf A OUT Send TO TRY I A. AND UEFLY has just received a new stock of- Goods in his largest block in the of Instrumental The of Clocks ever Price from 50 warranted to keep correct Shop one door West of Exchange New O. Sept. 24, We wish to arrange with male or fe to represent the American Shuttle Sew ing in each and Town in the United States and Extra in. to Experienced For full as to Salary or ad- drees W. General Mich. N. tbe benefit of car Agenti we have arranged with parties who have Goods suitable for Sewing Machine Agents to We will send BOOK OF SAMPLES and fall particulars on receipt one red Ad- dress 6. V. N. General Mich. was soon on the And then legan the si in from her hidden channels volumes of Men with steam engines ed hour after hour to draw the water And why there was one tle glimmer of like the small star to the wearied it cheered them In some parts of the pit the lay high and therefore some parts of the workings were likely to be dry after Tump the poor fellows have betaken themselves to the high and we may yet help But no chance was left for n neighboring pit or shaft was so that if one way yet miy Wednesday and Thursday went Hie largo ceased to Friday with but little cheer at water seemed Io nnd with all the it only sank the rate of two and a half inches in the it did sink they were sure of Cheer work a And work they But it began to and should those torrents penetrate through the all was still iron engines and manly sinews worked on with was a race for By noon on Saturday tlie water was low to see tho entrance to the working of tho An ing party and found that there was a space of twenty inches be- tween the water and the roof and that ji was restored the two so that a supply of fresh air was But the space was not sufficient be- tween the roof and for any one to penetrate the At six o'clock in the evening another effort was but the foul air drove the Jo re ft at ten o'clock an- other effort was headed by the principal still tiie entrance mine was too small for any one to They shouted one name after but no answer came along that all was still as Again the choke damp aud those brave men were near losing their lives iu the no- ble effort to save All hope was gone nearly four days bad tons of water had been pumped it be ble that any were The most hopeful felt that their best hopes were Sunday a dull cheerless all thoughts of saving life were and yet the bodies must be fetched Thousands of people were suddenly around the pit early in the aud many sorrowful faces were peering down in the blackness of What's cried a the bonk down a man that feeble cry had nerved brave men and many were eager to be let The had but a short way down when the drove them thrown a. the brave seekers again taking with a Pushing through narrow they came upon two men seated upon a Cual They were soon taken on the raft to the for another and a lad was With these three there was a solemn silence as the poor famished creatures came into the presence of and then a loud cheer broke as much for the savers as the The first words of the lad as he awoke to were you sent to tell my Half an hour later three more were brought Four days these poor lows bad been bidden from out food or no they were feeble and Without did I not Sankey said that Taylor gave him bread and butter when he was in the and went without noble Tim when was such a sacrifice made You bad and who was Only a neighbor's lad I don't know and yet I'd go a dozen miles to press thy hand because you fed the lad was taught thee that though it is so Jong since thy good old mother or school teacher impressed tlie divine command upon thy thou hast for- got die but never yon did it. again through those swollen waters f with a saddened for hope was gone back into the darkness he for the candles used up by this but while there was yet one had written and placed in bis tobacco box a Let us see whatever could be the subject chosen at time we are nrd ing while we arc Tell my ers and sisters to follow God more than 1 Then there marks X X intended for kisses for the wives and write this on Wednesday about a quarter past 6 Dear prepare to meet us in A glorious from the world lenst you were shut and there could be no son why you should deceive cither yourself or And there been crowned beads which could have rested easier in their dying hour on their pillow of if they could only have left in their bejeweled chest est testimony like the one in the old All not fellow went casting off bis clothes and leaving his watch with Hickman he rushed into darkness and was seen no Hickman never lost He scorn to have been the prop of tl e and when the candles went out them in he still bat hopes that my light had not gone ou in told ho have for though we was lef would never leave thy friend Hick Murray never there were six more persons ii the still All Sini day night the toilers toiled and on Monday morning the news came and without food five days and 124 hours Yes up they all but had been too follow will and trying to carry him found unable to dp so. Bu he must not be Down Yes there he is in that bit so but not quite He was brought and then the length breadth of the hath God wrought When the wafer first broke out turned to the high the and when the water first be grin to Micy followed the re chin so that the small amount of air which was in by the downward the mighty engine came to them with lite in its arc Till ET MRS. It. S. Gone are thy and is thy And all thy passing witcheries arc from the earth The merry songs thy streamlets sang A Balk ou Voyage in Western Sew S. A. made a loon ascension from on Tuesday in company Twenty thousand sons gathered in the streets and upon the near tho to witness the The passengers in the basket attached to the were tho S. E. Burke Charles D. Keep Paul W. B. of this nnd Thither of The passengers paid fares at prices from to 150 per The passed swiftly to the eastward and was seen over Palmyra half an hour after Dis- patches from Newark and Lyons re- ported it over those It then bore south easterly from the telegraph and was nut heard from n gain till late in the after a descent had been The party landed three and a half miles south of son which is about one dred miles from Rochester by The landing v as made Mr. states that the passage was a very cold yet in many 1-3 The the clouds for some over Wayne when a descent was so that conversation was held with persons on the It rose and passed away to the south of A heavy snow storm was nnd a large quantity lodged upon the top of the This caused the balloon and the car struck tlie ground suddenly in a pasture where there were some The animals scampered away with The anchor was thrown but failed to take hold. After across this ballast was thrown and the balloon passed over a piece of woods and came down in a field where there were stumps and dead ter tumbling about there for some time the was blown by the high winds against a dry tree arid torn into The gas instantly escaped and the voyage Keep and out of the basket when it struck in the last and endeavored to tio the loon to a but The danger in bounding about the slumps was not great Collins was i what bruised in the The party repaired to a near got some and walked three miles or to sketch Kof the the Of Tricks of a Hero is the World's tricks the well lie then proceeds They become fluid He pours them into He sets them sail about the beneath the mountain Are now remembered but as as no longer thine I Each bright young bud thy kindness hath drooped its fragile And scattered He their pule cold dead are thy wild While every lofty forest In its towering plumes Hath donned its gorgeous robes and laid thy livery Thy whose silvery voices made music round our No more with glittering plumage and merry chanting Each wind's melodies are n umbered the While and dirges are ling on the blast I The purple of our mountain tops is streaked with sullen For all that's bright is fading swift The sun spurs on his fiery steeds as he were weary And would exchange his burnished clouds for summer skies of blue I Gone are thy hast thou fled Have when in their household one Is there no vacant beside the bright and blazing Have no gentle passed from our abodes on Thine I well whisper more than With eye 1 igh t and step of down to the hath tell relentless thou hast no power to That and loveliness alike become bis prey they have 6 like the whispered And Autumn winds their graves sweep with many sighs and But Memory o'er the bleeding heart her vigils sad death must ever a strange fond wish to weep I NUMBER 46 on those who are and to and none of these conditions of matter hae any power in and of but only manifest power when in which motion is only produced by some power which combines and thus throws them out of Although magnetism 60 diffusive and yet in itself it is only subject to the it 1 law of and without the disturbing ail things would find their all motion would annihilation would be the for attraction and repulsion ance each All power resides in that which is in itself a wo know that law Is magnetism it is as much so as the water that rime down Bn there is an element above even which is the and which uses magnetism and all matter as it and that is Here K. St York ofthe Chicago Whatever suspicions needy professional mediums who public for can properly in tion to private of mesas and undoubted who reluctantly disclose m ous com recurring through the agency of their own ahd though cool arid educated are totally unable to portion of the phenomena upon known Iu this and events tre transpiring In one an estimable wife of a whose brown stone residence h with the unknown der the most whom P. ftt the a The spirit of N. had never visitor Of herself and Hrf enters the drawing from time in the presence of her band and taken a seat by side and con verses with her through the medium of the phosphorescent a chair is seen to move towards her from a dis- tant part of the room without human and sue aware Of iis From a vase of flowers near R he has occasionally pit eked a rone and it in her in more than one he has brought her lilies and bouquets dripping with quite dissimilar to any bud in or her In to he has given her ness of in to be regarded absolutely inimitable br the Religio The Question a EY F. B. OF Power lies at the base of all existent and resides in by virtue the force that paiv tides This force is not ent in but ter by external force or pressure which sib w ly kneads and molds the life out If it were npt for external pressure upon the all beat would all motion and nnd organization come to a speedy collects matter and binds it together closer and until pressure heat heat produces the manifestations called which is but the liberation of the or the evolution of that which was All matter owes what may possess to ex- rounding our winch con- feeds flip internal fires of the ears in its the cending spirit of the keeping all atom's in universal stagnation would be the Were it not for the night surrounds all life be there would be no inore to be no need nothing must of Were it not for the knows no f i- no no but un- the vast of space in their and con- the gigantic work without a jar throughout the countless ages of a past and would all things Without intelligence what would Would there be power or motion or order or beauty or life or even a is greatest of Which is There is power in rock and but it takes ages of electrical action upon it to make it theny resides the most in. the action or the acted There poWer in the earth to aive to countless myriads of living but there is more power in wa- er than in and more in than h more in electricity han and when to itself back to the from whence it human is the highest with which we are intimately and vet there cometh a time when all this will appear In the human it bears a striking logy to unwearied power called Mine never is er but when the body lies down to rest and deep steep seals up still the is in a perpetual motion in which is generated in direct not to the bulk but cording to the strength of the How often do we sec small men Ing it over great Mind rules tho A bee or A wasp a whole drove of cattle How often do we see great crowds fired with frenzy at the frantic appeals of one excited Look in the eyes of an outraged and one feels as if the bolts of hell were his inmost What is the chill that creeps from head to heel and seems to curdle Bone's blood while to the impassioned appeal of e en- Why do we quail before the angry or soften ond yield to the eyes love All laws resolve themselves into simply the first and only law of Love is not God but mere sensation I reduced by contract or relation While bate and fear arc all called i he same as ague or the What relationship if it is not the And mind is moulded and m womb of in the unknown vortex that surrounds us which holds us in its iron through which none can But of ail circumstances next to man is at least are circumstances from difficult for us to yet man is fast learning to ify and until by and by he and fashion himself as in order to do become the creator of superior which always the Man was created by but in. turn became So the mail in turn makes him and the The great in teuce is the condition void of that whose breezes are our that nameless night in whose vacuums terial universes whirl into the most ponderous of which arc the est Alas 1 for human the loftiest we have we call God yet they arc all in the allegories of which teach that the of the spirit vary in height from a small child to many yet if there is a truth in God s it is that man's spirit enlarges as he casts off gross mat. of consciousness and power increases as he rises in the scale of until at he becomes one with all all But on the other if he grows the other shall he in the of in the coming ped of that which he hath All there is in reality of man is his con- his m to a new and I reserve for future to which he has affixed his in her and which seemed to have sailed into her hand out of the empty void of the L have seen this lady and conversed with her in the drawing room in I have seen the portrait the in a the flowers alluded and thoroughly satisfied of the of the they occurred among persons of and who checked analyzed them to and placed anything like fraud completely out of the question because manifestations similar character as alleged on able occurring daily in parts of the world the noble charity and exalted nature of this combined with her istic might well attract this neither world some of the est plumes that sweep the realms of Clerical The Rev. Samuel dist preacher of sometimes called the was very popular in Western Virginia some twenty years He was cross-eyed and wiry and very dark skinned for a white At times he was and occasionally lie onco accompanied a brother Rev. Mr. 11., a prominent Oh visit to a colored Mr. 1C. gave the colored preacher the of was invited to He did during the the impulsive Africans to shouting All over the in set son to extravagant words and and he leaped out of the pulpit like a and began to shake the colored brethren and mix quite He wept for- pressing through the he found brother 11., and sitting down beside he threw his arms around hit and with tears down his fie I almost wish I had been a These folks have more religion than we saldi come so near it you needn't erf al i Jo I ill Only Wesley once was troubled in we the binding chain of the the law of iii finite j and we have reached the In- the All all Nor is tllis Nor is If any truth in is self 7 more Jij a t become grow in they all the known laws of mailer at in a open a new Held of possibilities in the old and exhausted domain of The rest of Hermann's But this was not all that Tim Taylor Two days before he swam to the corneT the and shouted m I Ti n ni n nn n ft n i-m tricks are fresh and He is by three murderous riflemen ed ont of. the lie gathers a hat full of silver dollars from the black hair of the best looking he turns on a stream of them from the peg of a base he takes vases of of his vest pocket he draws a small of mammoth from his lie down to the spectators and requests them to their and then convinces them that they are of no He defies son and security alike with his five The disbelieving respectable old gentlemen in the front seats aro com- to take his cards and money out of their pantaloons and the young men who are busy explaining to their sweethearts how the tricks are all have their mouths stopped with and which this necromancer pulls neatly ironed from their mann is the prince of. who fles the scientific research of the boxes kid gloves and discernment of the philosophical gallery in his person without the nse of vulgar realism and the old Li than in all the of that wing Power resides in matter in. exact io. ramification is in than in for it and penetrates of its easier set in and 5s far more than the dry there is more power in the which is easier set in motion and is and So With more voluminous and dwelling 5n all -in somethings more than in to their is easier set in motion than grosser When we come to magnetism what do of Who can ex- plain what it is can find an atom not a or a thing that is not dependent upon it for Its existence Were It not for this subtile all things would go to pieces in a magnetism there could be no not even smallest Where is this found in greatest In electricity in a diffused andin man when in a concentrated vital the most ed quality of matter it is easier set in motion than nil other forma of matter it is lever which we move our so subtire that a thought a tremor every nerves A a tear or a groan sends a agony God's limitless which echoes J a California and have hitherto furnished the manufacturing world with the constantly called hot il that tho Golden State may yet render can markets independent of the foreign just as it in the case of enabled us to dispense with the yields of the cinnabar mines ot Idna and At the late State Industrial held at San some of the products of the San tin mines were ing specimens of the which to sixty per of pure There are large pigs just for the rolled and fin. made from the native demonstrating a doubt the welcome fact that fin does paying quantities and of a pur own regard to the disposition of the sects to future or A dream one night transported him iu liia uncertain to the gates of there any Roman here asked thoughtful was the again was the Congregationalists of asked the plena to hie great indignation waa In the way of a den he stood gates of Improving his he there any Roman Methodists lie lost in are they inside was the jubilant Lafayette is agog dis- of what it claims a fied A in well struck upom n two and one-half feet below the surface a statue or a 10 V in- ches 3 feet across the 7 inches across the palm of the hand with the large linger 8 Inches long and other measurements in like It was found lying on the right one hand on the abdomen the other on the back and the left leg across the The features are decidedly Public opinion Is divided as io whether it is a petrifaction or a statue and it appears to difficult to account for A Musical There is a of opinion be- tween the Elyria Cornet Band and the Wellington Band as to their The Wellington Band lias issued a lenge to the Cornet Band to play for the of the Mr. P. C. leader of the Cornet through the accepts the upon these con- That they play in city of on or about 15th of that they for a aide the money to be deposited in the First National Bank of Cleveland week after the a of Darts aH I went into the shop the other day Io buy what the drapers call A smiling yoong lady waa hind the aud when I had made an appeal to her to show me some t was somewhat at a loss what of action I ought to pursue hi order to demonstrate to her the length of my As I am not a it was clear that I could not lav my foot on the counter and say my could I paraj Jack when he spoke of the lightly handled speedily removed my first eaid to le up your and lay it on the ter r replied that I did not want but I want to take your she I is the measure my foot that you she I can get it equally as with your around your clenched fist at the les Is the length of your And she took the measure of mv and I socks on the of tho damsel s and fn due course I found that she was quite and fitted me to a of Dt fer a At N. a few dayt the seat of a juryman absent from the Supreme Court was taken of by a Tie addressing one of the Mr. men's seats are all ready to Tlie lawyer raised his pastes to and alter a brief survey of the made the witty that fellow for a but I should hate to trail him for a that the Art yon
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