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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 8, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio New York world Farmers Friend and this paper one year for $1.75. New Philadelphia vol 0 Meixner Philadelphia o., thursday february 8, 1894. Number 7. Cleveland Lora me amp Wheeling railway con knt Seu Tim k table. No 21. No 36 no 38 no 42 Noktih Bot no Voth b uni. I 4h pin 6 20 p i 7 23am i 2a 111 4 5 pm pm a amp a tonal comment. The sen tvs Linn at present is taken to investigation. To tvs . Offick i 1. 30x7 7-1-y d r. Joseph Oiler Over its Ltd it a Pruvf Siporo. \ a w l i \. Uio May be found at right office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 a m. May 25-Ly. Jan. P. H. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 8 to 10 a. Office hours 2 to 4 p. 7 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. Or. S. Vail dentist. Chi none. Igo wants Ali the new Bonds quite modest. It r for Sale cheap a Good heating stove with pipe for Sale cheap nearly new. Get a bargain before it is too late. Enquire at this office. Building and loan associations Are to be exempt under the provisions the income tax Bill. Get in out the rain at once. Tom Reed Ana gov. Mckinley Are both grooming for the race �?T96. A Long Way Oft gents men. There la be Many a treacherous banana Peel the path Ere then. The Solon Sof Iowa propose to punish All newspapers that state who give reports prize lights. That a right they ought to hamstring the editors who put them into Power. From the Many industries resuming business it has the appearance that this glorious country is not going to the de munition Bow wows As our friends the Republican Stripe predicted. Ii Hoe la ciry Block., Over Fribley a hardware c. C. Ellis Cecii Iteck. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl the eat Tennessee amp Georgia railway system has restored the rate 10 percent to All its employees. This Hows that Southern r always and people have Confidence and do not try to Block the Progress the administration in Power. H h. Porter attorney at Law special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w. High Street formerly occupied by j. A. Richards. T ii. Bootie a a attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts. Office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl the Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and your loss. L not bed Cei Ved by the false representations and predictions other agents. J. R. Kurtz agent. I. R. Hendershot adjuster. The Hawley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. Rate 2.0 0 per Day. Heated by steam. Elevator electric tells and ail modern improvements. 31yl j. Frye scientific Horseshoe n to diseased in roadsters. Special attention give feet and faulty action to Frap shoeing Trotters and pacers a specially shop in Rufers stand 49-2g West front Street. While we Are paying 25 cents a Pound for butter and 22 cents a dozen for eggs the Good people Over at Scio Are enjoying fresh butter at 12 cents and eggs at 8 cents. Now if it Wasny to for the democratic administration butter and eggs would be As cheap Here As at Scio in our neighbouring county. Harter Mansfield prominent Democrat and Tariff reformer has left the Buckeye state and taken up his residence in Philadelphia. He was a Strong advocate again3t the Sherman Silver Bill and circulated tons circulars favouring the Gold Standard. He no doubt finds a More congenial atmosphere among the Gol Diteso the East. Russia has introduced the cultivation Cotton in turkestan. The attempt has proven a Success and Many factories Are to be erected m that far off country. Heretofore Russia has depended partially this country for that Staple and this new Industry springing up m that country will have a tendency to still lower prices in the Cotton Market. A great Deal blow and Buncombe has been going the rounds the liberality president Ingalls the big four system. By can Ful investigation it will he found that men Are now working that system for 87j cents a Day As Section hands. Some these men have Large fan Dies to support and barely keep the Wolf from the door. Of course it policy for the Large dailies in Cincinnati and the Small Fry papers the lines to say anything to the dictator who revels in a $50,000 salary with bands their throats. To crts /jfctt0jc�ucmy --11 a. Parmelee the Wood woke a doctor Spence is in town. Infirmary directors were in session monday. John l. Byers Canton was in town business saturday. Solomon Ackerman has got the Post office Plum at Zoar station. Try a pair a 42 cent gloves mittens Best Pine Market. 6-2t a great Many business changes will take place in our midst this coming Spring. Frank Peter Gnadenhutten showed his smiling countenance our streets saturday. Mrs. Frank Blinco Cambridge visited her sister mrs. Maggie Collins this City last week. P. Ii. Read has leased his Coal mine Beaverdam to Wilson Bros. They took possess last week. Zanesville people Are Happy. All the the industries the City Are in opera Tion and full time. Wheeling people contemplate putting a mid air Cable line across the Ohio River at that Point. The c. Amp p. Will run a special Tram Friday evening at 7 p. For the Sperry lecture at big 4 opera House. Any one desiring furnished rooms Handy to the Square will do Well to Call at this office for information. Some difficulty with the Heater at the rolling Mill the Heaters were Idle three through muck Mill last week Days. Rev. Kozower will take an extended trip through Germany Paris and other countries during his visit to his Mother in april. William Frew purchased a neat lot from Jacob officer a few Days ago and in the Spring time will erect a suitable residence. There is a possibility a Post office being established three Miles East Tappan that will sail under the name Buxton. Prod and mrs. W. C. Shott entertained in Royal style their College students at their pleasant and spacious Home saturday night. For hardware Csc Reuters tools files door locks Anyu Png in Light hardware you will save Ane half by buying the Case the state Ohio is James Crouch fhe charge cutting with the intent to kill one Irvin Sanders came up for trial tuesday. About go witnesses were in attendance. It seems that Crouch had a grudge against Sanders Long strangling. Sanders was badly carved. The jury brought in a verdict not guilty being Case self defense. Or. W. Bowman a member the firm publishing the new Phil a and canal Dover City directory is now in town delivering his books. Or. Bowman unlike Many men who get out directories is a straight Forward genteel fellow. He has published a very neat work Well bound and Well Worth the Cost it. The people other towns need not fear being swindled when . Bowman comes along. Or. And mrs. Rudy Garver and child were the guests . And mrs. W. H. Krieter Over sunday. Or. Garver is a member the firm Garner Bros., who conduct a Large general merchandise business. They have now in course construction buildings which will with present rooms and warehouses give them More space than any other similar store in this part Ohio. A Massilon Independent. Or. B. N. Winings representing the office furniture and Supply company Canton gave our Sanctum a pleasant Call tuesday. We Well remember . Winings As a schoolmate. He has shown his Merit by the company increasing his salary $20 per month. We safely recommend him to anyone who May need his line goods. He sold to the commissioners Harrison county the outfit furniture for the new courthouse at Cadiz. The sheriff Calloway county mo., was in Uhrichsville one Day last week in search j h. Gorman a German Farmer who has been living in Missouri for twelve years but who started East last August and can be traced As far As Uhrichsville where he was missing from train no. 20. He was sixty five years age and wore a Dunkard coat and pants with a Flap. Any information Send to w. H. Windsor sheriff Calloway county to. United Brethren Church. At Burnside a g-2t r. G. Dun amp cons weekly review Trade says a a fresh impulse has been Given to business the week just past by the Success the Treasury obtaining Gold for its Reserve thus strengthening Confidence in its ability to maintain Gold payment. The report further says that the Southern railroads have gained in freight earnings while Western roads decreased. That Atlantic exports dwindled ouly 414,990 bushels creams for the week past against 1,404,471 same week last year. The Iron Trade is improving. S. Maple a do Alk in groceries provisions and produce All kinds. We handle not thing but la ure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. A so give us a Call 215 West front Street new Phil a. Near planing Mill. 25-Ly formerly the Jacob Foehl amp son proprietors. Fable second to the Secretary the Treasury claims the right under existing Laws to Issue $50,000000 to $70,000,000 Bonds. This he claimed is necessary to buy Gold to redeem the greenbacks and the Silver certificates with. Now inasmuch As $340,000,000 in greenbacks Are in circulation and nobody unless it be Wall Street Sharks is clamouring for the Gold we done to see Why an Issue $1,000,000, More in greenbacks answer every purpose the people want them and Congress do a Wiser thing than to authorize the Secretary to Issue them. This would Start up business. Loans could be had easy terms and the country would soon Prosper again. Everybody but the a Gold bugs would be satisfied. See it a trains. Free bus to and from All Good Barm accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Fronts. New Philadelphia Ohio 36-1 y Champion planing Mill John nagely proprietor. Dealer in lumber lath shingles pickets Etc. Cheapest and Best builder in the City. Jug ship before you contract be sure to Call at the Champion planing Mill West front Street Nev Philadelphia Ohio. John Nagle amp son. August 25,1393. 33-Ly Beaver dam Valley Brick Yard new Philadelphia Ohio John off Holder proper first class Brick and roofing tile away a amp us. At moderate prices. Give us a Call 60yl Dove catch the shops Why not it is intimated from Lorain that owing to inability the c. L. Amp w. People and the Reid heirs to come to amicable terms whereby the former May secure the latter a Dock property the Railroad company May make a Deal to use the n. Y. P. Amp Do is in Cleveland after the Short line is built. In that event the shops would go to new Philadelphia canal Dover if the c. L. Amp w. Company does not use the docks at Lorain no one else can. The people Lorain will watch with interest the outcome. The steel rails necessary to build the c. L. A Short line to Cleveland Are cars the Side tracks at different Points along the Road. It is expected business will be Lively the Road during the building the Short Independent. The Outlook for february weather. Rev. Hicks St. Louis who Lias attracted some attention by reason his weather prognostications makes the following predictions for this month february opens fair and cold Geuer ally except in extreme West where reactionary warmth with storm indications will be returning. These conditions will pass across the country eastward by the 4th. With cold in rear warm Stormy area. Mew Moon 5th will hasten period 7th to 10th. Mars and Mercury also Combine to prolong and aggravate disturbances. Look for Winter Thunder and ram South with Enow and sleet North. General cold will Advance from West and cover the country during and by the end period 7th to Letb. About 13th and 14, falling barometer ri3iug thermometer and secondary storms will be in transit from West and East with cold wave following. The 18th to the 22nd will bring renewed storms. Storm sending in cold will reach you during the period. Reactionary changes and storms Thunder vain and in a Center about the 24th and 25th. Col will follow broke the Lee to suicide. Mrs. Henry Longanecker who resided near Winesburgh Holmes county o., drowned herself sunday. She got up in the morning built a fire As usual then went to the Small Stream near the House broke the ice and Laid Down with her head submerged in the water until dead. She became despondent Over the death her husband. Sperry a lecture a the Long and Short it a Friday evening will be one the Best Ever Given Here. The amp p. Will run a special train at 7 p. Done to miss a Derry a lecture Friday evening at big 4. He delights his audiences during the entire lecture with his spar living wit and humor. Mrs. W. H. Memmenger West front Street slipped and fell in the Alley near the House Friday morning last and broke her Arm. She is getting along very nicely at present. Thursday night last eighteen our pretty Young Maidens were driven in a a big sled by Benny grim to Strasburg where they were right royally entertained by the misses Agnes and Clara Snyder at that place. On february 19th, 1894, the order knights pythias will celebrate its 30th anniversary the founding the order. The growth this society has been phenomenal ranking third in Point membership. A murder trial could not have caused As much interest and sight seeing in the court room As did the Case state Ohio is. Dorothy Bunch saturday last. The room was filled to overflowing by eager spectators. You can buy Wall Paer at Burnside s from the cheapest to fhe finest. 7-11 architect c. C. Ellis is As Busy As a Bee in june. The demands for plans is increasing daily and his spare moments Are few to say the least. We learn also there Are a Large number houses in contemplation this season. Alonzo p. Miller for Many years the travelling representative the Central Ohio paper co., Columbus died the 22d ult. He was a familiar figure among the newspaper men throughout the state a general favorite and respected by All who had dealings with him. He was 72 years old. After a Check ered career moving from town to town the past two years the Bowerstown journal has at last succumbed to the pressure the times. The trouble with the paper was owing to its Migra Tive tendencies never staying in one place Long enough to gain the Confidence any Community. If this town this year joins hands with our sister town canal Dover what a blessed Union there will be. The Street Carline to Uhrichsville the Canning factory and the Long talked Railroad we will be strictly a in it gentlemen throw off your Coats Slothful Dess and put your shoulder to the wheel Progress and in the end Success a is ours. A great Many boys and girls gathered at the pleasant Home . And mrs. Thomas Dunn this City and completely surprised their daughter Cora. It was an evening enjoyment to say the least innocent games and plays were indulged in while the Taffy pulling proved the leading feature the evening. All enjoyed themselves splendidly and thanked . And mrs. D., for the cordiality shown them. The Case the state Ohio is Dorothy Bunch the charge keeping a House bad repute was tried saturday. The cause brought Forth a Large audience. The jury returned a verdict guilty. The attorneys for the defendant say that the Case will be carried to the higher courts. Just what the penalty will be we cannot say but most Likely judge Douthitt 1 will go to the full extent the Law. A heating stove for Sale cheap Al this office. Come and see it. Ready for big business the Parmalee planing Mill which has been shut Down for a few Days to make needed improvements has again resumed business better prepared than Ever to meet the wants the Public in anything in the building and furnishing line. Business at the popular Mill is quite brisk but . Parmalee will get out All Wood work with quickness and dispatch and at prices that cannot be equalled for cheapness by any other Mill in the county. Give him a trial. Revival services the special revival services at the u. B. Church continues with Una bating interest. Thirty forty persons have made a Public profession. Rev. John Morgan Mckeesport pa., and Rey. J. F. Rennolds Sterling Have been assisting the pastor. The services will continue till Oyer Sabbath. Day service at 2 p. M., evening at 7 p. The 2nd, quarterly meeting the new Phil a circuit will be held at Barnhill saturday and sunday february 17 and 18. Rev. Vav. O. Siffert Navarre will officiate. All join hands. The commissioners this county have had a proposition Coshocton and Guernsey counties to join and the three counties build a work House at Newcomerstown where All could use it. It would Cost about $5000, each to construct the proper outfit. It costs the county 60 cts per Day beside travelling expenses to maintain prisoners while working out their sentence and receive no returns when sent to Cleveland. This would soon Tuscarawas county a share the new institution. The proceeds labor would go to the 3 counties and would be a great saving to All three. To Lodge offenders in the county jail has Little effect. It surely would be a Good move. Its origin government and popular growing society in Christ. An extensive revival has Ben in Progress in the United Brethren Church in this City for the past five weeks. The readers the times May be interested in a Brief sketch the origin government and belief this Young reltgiou3 society which is so rapidly gaining at firm foot hold in our flourishing county seat. About Twenty years ago Rev. R. Rock d. Now pastor the Summit Street u. B. Church Dayton Ohio held a meeting in the East part town which resulted in the organization this religious society. Or. Rock is a Man eminent ability and the society which he organized grew rapidly during his pastorate three years. The society then enjoyed the efficient and faithful labors Rev. A. K. Singer a Young Man Promise who afterwards gained considerable distinction in the ministry the Church. Under the Earnest and zealous labors Rev. C. F. Deal the society was greatly blessed Many worthy persons added to the communion the Church and the temporal interests much advanced. The present membership is More than 100, having been increased by the addition thirty substantial and worthy members. The Sabbath school Enrols upwards 100 scholars. I. L. Hathaway a Well known citizen and Earnest Christian gentleman has been the superintendent for some fifteen years. The out look for the Church is the most hopeful in its history. The form government. The polity the Church is a Umoru the presbyterian and a mild form the episcopal systems. With the presbyterians it holds the parity the ministry the Equality believers and and a representative government. With the episcopate it holds the Broad Church views presbyter Bishops who have the oversight the Church to secure Unity Faith and practice and greater efficiency in Church work but whose office is purely governmental and in no Way priestly membership. Provided no member objects any one May become a member this Church who in the presence the minister and congregation professes to believe the Bible to be the word god and to have received the Pardon his sins and at peace with Bis god and pledges loyalty to Christ and obedience to the rules the Church. Only a regenerate membership is sought whose hands hold All original authority and by whom it is delegated to ministers and officers As representatives the Church. The belief in the Church. The belief the Church is expressed in thirteen Brief articles which Are neither exclusively armenian nor calvinistic in theology. The teachings and doctrines the scriptures Are held to be infallible and div Means binding upon All men. Persons wanting Coal will leave Ders at Mathias and Dicks store g. W. Mathias. Range explosion. Quite a commotion was created at the residence Thomas Connell fair Street Friday morning. The Large cooking Range has a hot water arrange ment attached and the night being quite cold froze the pipes that run through the stove. The servant girl had prepared breakfast the Range and removed it to the table and was standing about four feet away from the Range when it exploded with a loud report. The Range flew into fragments soot fire steam and ashes filled the air. The room was covered with debris a Hole was blown through the Ceil ing cooking utensils dishes were in numberless pieces. One could not Tell the color the servant girl for the soot and ashes and the wonder is that she was not killed badly injured. The carpet was ruined also. The loss entailed will amount to $150. Had the family been in the Kitchen to doubt some one would have been seriously injured. Great care should be observed where stoves have pipes for heating water especially in cold weather. Times and in new York world $1.65. The reaper death. Or. I. 11. Kurtz one the Pioneer Ohio and for a Long time a resident and highly respected citizen new Philadelphia was overtaken by the reaper death monday and what was mortal now lies As a sheaf ready to be garnered. He died at the Ripe age about 82 years after a lingering illness. Or. Kurtz was born december gab 1812, in Washington county Pennsylvania. He came to Freeport Ohio in the year 1831. After living in free port a year two he moved to Westchester where he resided until 1857 when he moved the farm Purchase from Hon. William Helmick adjoining new Philadelphia where he resided Many years. He was a successful prac Timoner in Medicine 30 years. The latter years his life were spent in town where he died. He was married twice both wives having crossed the dark River ahead the venerable husband. The deceased was a member the m. E. Church for the past 50 years and his life had been such As to Merit the respect and Good will his fellow Man As Well As to gain for him a new life eternal peace and happiness. While his lifeless body will soon be consigned to Mother Earth his spirit is already at the throne pleading for the loved and weeping friends left behind and will Ever counsel them though silently to gaze upon the Star Faith a a belief in things eternal a Reward for the just. The surviving members the family Are Holland Kurtz this City mrs. J. R. Hendershot mrs. Mary Willard and Sarah Kurtz who remained with him and cared for her father to the last. The funeral services will take place at his late residence East fair Street thursday afternoon. Burial in East fair St. Cemetery at 2 p. Burnside Sells never break All steel skillets at 39 cents Only have a few them left. 7-1 a runaway team w while . And mrs. John Prysi Sharon Valley were driving in town saturday their horse became suddenly frightened at a Man who was coming around the Corner f. C. Millers drug store when the horse made several dashes to free him3elf, caused the occupants to be thrown upon the sidewalk and the buggy upset. The horse freed himself but was afterwards captured. If that Man knew his face was the cause the trouble he would be Zikel to kick himself and at the same time remove his false face. The occupants were slightly injured and buggy Roken. Herbert Spencer medical monopoly. B. O. Flower the Able editor the Arena in the february number devotes several pages that valuable review to the subject a a medical monopoly a a question just now receiving much attention in the Ohio legislature in which he says that a a a medical Hierarchy is growing up in the Republic in some respects As intolerant and despotic in its instincts As the religious Hierarchy the dark Ages which crushed free thought strangled science and rendered Progress Well nigh impossible. The Manifest analogy Between religious and medical restrictive legislation and the injustice both have been Well set Forth by England a greatest nineteenth Century philosopher Herbert Spencer in the following impressive words a a a there is a Manifest analogy Between committing to government guardianship the physical health the people and committing to it their moral health. The two proceedings Are equally reasonable May be defended by similar arguments and must stand fall together. If the welfare menus souls can be fitly dealt with by acts parliament Why then the welfare their bodies can be fitly dealt with likewise. He who thinks the state commissioned to administer spiritual remedies May consistently think that it should administer material ones. The fear that false doctrines May be instilled by unauthorized preachers has its analogue in the tear that unauthorized practitioners May give deleterious medicines advice. And the persecutions once committed to prevent the one evil countenance the penalties used to put Down the other. Contrariwise the arguments employed by the dissenter to show that the moral sanity the people is not a matter for state superintendence Are applicable with a slight change terms to their physical sanity also. A let no one think this analogy imaginary. The notions Are not Only theoretically related we have facts proving that they tend to embody themselves in similar institutions. There is an evident inclination the part the medical profession to get itself organized after the fashion the Clerisy a moved As Are the projectors a railway who whilst secretly hoping for salaries persuade themselves and others that the proposed railway will be beneficial to the Public moved As All men Are under such circumstances by nine parts self interest Gilt Over with one part philanthropy. Little do the Public at Large know How actively professional publications Are agitating for state appointed overseers the Public health. A whoever has watched How institutions grow How by Little and Little a very innocent looking infancy unfolds into a formidable maturity with vested interests political influence and a Strong instinct self preservation will see that the germs Here peeping Forth Are quite capable under favourable circumstances developing into such an organization. He will see further that favourable circumstances Are not wanting that the prevalence unemployed professional men with whom these proposals for sanitary inspectors and Public surgeons mostly originate is Likely to continue. A a the most specious excuse for not extending to medical advice the principles free Trade is the same As that Given for not leaving education to be diffused under them namely that the judgment the consumer is not a sufficient guarantee for the goodness the commodity. The intolerance shown by orthodox surgeons and physicians toward a ordained followers their calling is to be understood As arising from a desire to depend the Public against quackery. Ignorant people say they cannot distinguish Good treatment from bad skilful advisers from unskillful ones hence it is needful that the Choice be Maie for them. And then following in the track Priesthood for whose persecutions a similar defence has always been set up they agitate for More stringent regulations against unlicensed practitioners and descant upon the dangers to which men Are exposed by an unrestricted system. A a a because i believe these Laws to be the embodiment that spirit selfishness and avarice which is at once the supreme menace and curse the present hour because i believe they endanger rather than protect life and health while trampling the sacred right the individual because i believe they retard Progress and Are a foe to science and furthermore because they belong to the despotism the past and the imperialism avarice i feel it my duty to strenuously oppose them As i oppose class privileges and special legislation in other directions and As i oppose religious persecutions whenever and wherever found. A a in the name science whose prophets and Torch bearers have time and again been denounced As quacks in the name Freedom upon whose pathway Progress Ever makes her mo3t rapid strides for the Protection the health and life the people and lastly in the name that priceless and sacred right which when wrested from a people leaves them slaves to a degrading despotism 1 urge Ali Broad minded Liberty Loving citizens to stand determinedly against the Stealthy and dangerous encroachment a Well organized monopoly arrogant and intolerant As it is selfish and avaricious which in its own interest is striking at the Dearest and most sacred rights every intelligent and free american . O. Flower in the Arena for february 1894. Times and new York world $1.65 new cases in common pleas court. Peter Becktel it Al. Is we. Z Eigler it Al suit for damages for violation what is known As the Adair liquor Law. Geo. H. Stewart is the p. C. C. Amp St. L. Railway co. Suit for damages for injuries received to foot and ankle while in employ company. David m. Peoples is Samuel bran nenet Al. Suit co Novit note. John Ross is John Meyer. Appeal Case from j. P. Plin Vinton is Jeremiah Burrell. Judgment co Novit prayed for. Lillie Zimmerman is Gotleib Zimmerman. Divorce prayed for the ground extreme cruelty Gross neglect duty Etc. Chicago inter Ocean. The Chicago inter Ocean that great Republican newspaper has not suffered by the recent Era financial depression but has gone right along adding to its foundation stones a Large and substantial circulation with a stride that under the circumstances is truly wonderful. At one time additions to tie subscription list Weie coming at the rate 800 to 1,100 per Day for the daily Issue and As High As 1,500 for the weekly inter Ocean. The result this is to place it easily at the head the list great Chicago newspapers. It is certainly a Good clean family newspaper the highest order. Bee Burnside s bargain counter for dishes Ala amp one dinner set 100 pieces decorated $7,78. 7-lt if you want to buy some Nice Glass Ware for 5, 10, 15 and 17 cents go to a commendable Bill and should pass. The principal Telephone Patent which has prevented the general use the Telephone being Patent number 186,787 issued january 30, 1877, to Alexander Bell Granam expired yesterday. The question therefore municipal ownership Telephone exchanges naturally arises. Cities own their water work so stems their electric plants and Many their Gas works. For instance the City Berlin has manufactured her own Gas and disposed it at a handsome profit to her citizens for 47 years. In other places similar work has been undertaken by the corporation resulting in Large surpluses which go toward defraying the expenses the City government. Attorney Edward Kibler has become interested in this matter Ohio cities owning their own Tele Ephone exchanges and today prepared a Bill which he sent to senator George Iden in the state legislature first he prepared amendment to Bill 1692, which enumerates the Powers cities conferring to the City this Power establishing Telephone exchanges also to Section 2683 providing a Levy for the purpose establishing the system. The Bill itself is to regulate the establishment ownership and control telephones by cities. It provides that the City shall own its own Plant and All connected with it but is prohibited from owning any telephones except those used in the City a business that each subscriber shall own his Telephone and have connections made with the Exchange and that he shall the actual Cost labor and material used in making the connection that each subscriber be charged per year per Telephone such an amount that the aggregate shall each year be not less than the Gross Cost maintaining the said Exchange and paying All salaries that the Council shall create a sinking fund from which in ten years the Cost establishing the Exchange shall be paid subscribers at such an amount per year As the Council shall prescribe that the Council shall appoint three Telephone trustees serving three years no More than two whom shall be the same political party the Council to fix their salaries the salaries to be included in the Cost the Exchange and shall report monthly to the Council that the Council shall have the right to appoint an investigation committee to examine the books and affairs the trustees. A Case Church and state. We Are at some Little loss to understand Why the report the smithsonian Institute should hive been suppressed because the Secretary . Langley did not approve the theological tone two the lectures which had been incorporated in that More less invaluable work. A great Many years have passed since the Field scientific research was cramped by the limitations the Church and while science flourished in the sunlight its emancipation. There is 110 evidence that religion morality have suffered by the arrangement. Tyndall Huxley Spencer Darwin and the other great pioneers human thought have not been a required to adjust their utterances to the Standard what is known As revealed Region nor can we see any Good reason Why profs. Mcgee amp Ward should be required to do so either. It reads very much like a chapter the fourteenth Century this announcement that the Secretary the smithsonian Institute has called in the entire edition a Public document in order to expurgated two papers which he does not regard As orthodox in their tendencies and implications. To say nothing the expense and the delay involve i in the transaction and without asking Why the discovery was not made sooner we Pike bold to suggest that the government might As Well shut up its scientific departments and permanently dismiss its scientific staff scientific investigation and controversy Are to be entangled with theological dogmas and subjected to the caprices religious enthusiasts. If the problems geology the secrets chemistry and the deductions mathematics Are to be surrounded by a Uhi Nese Wall and the discoveries and theories students to be limited by any one individuals estimate divine Rev elation then it has been reserved for this free Republic America to retrace the Steps modern enlighten ment and to achieve the perfect and enduring Union Church and state. We have Only next to muzzle science and philosophy altogether and to establish the american propaganda with prof. Langley at its head. In our opinion however it will be much better to continue under the old plan the system under which civilization and practical christianity have hand in hand achieved their noblest victories and permit research and discovery to go with unc lipped wings Columbus Galileo Newton and Tymi All have done no harm to True religion in the past and neither Mcgee nor Ward nor any other sincere investigator is Likely to harm it now m the future. A Washington Post Jan. 23. Atwood. 1 notice in the times february 15 the Beaverdam correspondent asks a number Bible questions which we answer trusting and claiming indulgence from the readers. The answers will be numbered in rotation the same As the question. 1. God cannot lie he cannot be tempted and he cannot deny himself. And one thing More that god can not do. Hunt it up r. E. A 2 Benaiah went Down into a pit and slew a lion a snowy Day. 3. Kish was the father the first King Israel. 4. Eunice was the Mother Timothy. 5. Obed was the Grandfather David. 6. Adam was the first person that died after the creation. 7. Mules were first found in the wilderness by Anah. S. The first act surveying is recorded in the eighth chapter Joshua and ninth verse. 9. I have found five persons whose name begin with the letter i will name three them and leave the other two for r. E. B. To find Vaje Satha Vaniah and Vashni. 10. Ehud was the left handed judge that delivered Israel. R. E. Built sign your own name before you request others to do the same. Cal. sex senator j. Wilbur Nichols St. Blairsville Was Here Legal business last week. Emmet Harvey Barton Visited friends last week. Mrs. W. B. Thompson returned Home from Columbus after several weeks visit. John a. Datson assaulted l. B. Haskins sr., age 72 years. He was brought before the bar Justice and fined ten dollars and Cost for his wrong doings. W. H. Buggs is the sick list the Board health met last thursday quarantined lots italians who were said to have diphtheria. Or. Dole spent sunday at the county seat. Bur Ruhde s 6-2t a much needed Enterprise. To the that new Philadelphia affords a Good opening for a steam dying and scouring Plant i have concluded to open one which i Hope will prove mutually beneficial to us. We can Benefit those who have a suit clothes that has become slightly soiled so As not to be genteel Anc thereby save them from being cast into the rag bag Given away for it will Cost you but a Small sum to have them scoured cleaned and coloured and be made Well appearing again. We Are prepared to repair and color gents clothing ladies shawls dresses gloves plumes tips piano covers any fabric. Come and give us a trial. We guarantee satisfaction. Goods sent by express will is promptly looked after. Prices reasonable. We Are now ready with All the necessary appliances and outfit. Place business the Alley in the rear Jacob Miller Block. New phila., Respectfully w. H. Christy. The magic Cotton red will color one Pound Cotton a Beautiful Turkey red and absolutely fast against Sun washing. 10 cents at gents she a drug store. Pout Washington. Cba3. Riley will spend this week at West Lafayette practising with the comedy company that is being organized there. A medical and concert company has rented the Hall for wednesday evening and with the assistance the Young people they will give a dance in the Hall. Jacob Klein Kimbolton was seen our Street last saturday. Several Yourg folks this place attended the party at William Ginthers last thursday evening. W. Sperling formerly this place but now a resident Chadron neb. Is the possessor a petrified Man which he is exhibiting in the state Nebraska it was found the 10th Day oct. 1892 by de posse Tor the great bad lands exploratory and Fossil Hunter three Miles North Chadron. Dundee. Or. John ii. Renter went to new Philadelphia monday business. Or. Jacob Miller is very ill consumption. Can not live Long. Or. Amos Johnson father in Law John h. Benfer is dangerously ill with the Grippe and from injuries received from a fall. Tuere is Little Hopes for his recovery. Rachel Burrell a Pioneer citizen Dundee died wednesday last the Grippe aged 80 years. She was buried saturday. For by baking t powder absolutely pure a Cream tartar baking powder. Highest All in Leavening latest United states government food report. Lloyal Bakina powder co. 106 Wall St . New Philadelphia markets. Flour Best family per bbl. S 3 to per sack 90 new process per sack. Amber per sack. Wheat per Bushel. Corn per Bushel. So Oats. 35 Rye. Oil meal per 100 pounds. 1 75 Timothy seed per Bushel. Clover seed per Bushel. 7 00 Hay. Per ton. Butter per Pound. 18@22 elks per dozen. 15 hams per Pound. 10@12 shoulders per Pound. 7@8 sides per Pound. Lard per Pound. 10 tallow per Pound. 04 potatoes per Bushel. 60 chickens per Pound. 5 a turkeys per Pound. Geese. Ducks per Pound. Do you cough cure it with brants Balsam the sure cure. 25 and 50 cents at Gentsch a drug store. Allens discovery Tor piles. Allee a a discovery for piles is a certain cure for All forms piles. Do you have soreness and chafing with intense itching often at night its dangerous to neglect these symptoms. If you have suffered for years with chronic piles and feel you can to be cured give Allens discovery one trial. It is a new discovery that cures piles. Sold by f. C. Miller amp son. Cornell University agricultural College says that the fertilizer value wheat bran is $12.30 per ton. Joseph v. Dory Warsaw iii., was troubled with rheumatism and tried a number different remedies but says none them seemed to do him any Good but finally he got hold one that speedily cured him. He was much pleased with it and Felt sure that others similarly afflicted would like to know what the remedy was that cured him. He states for the Benefit the Public that is called chamberlains pain Balm. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son druggists. A unclaimed letters list. Letters addressed to persons named below remain unclaimed in this office and will be sent to the dead letter office if not claimed by february 19,1894 Jennie Knipe Jacob Heiser a. G. Clark Dora Weddle c. Burrell la lease say a a advertised a when asking for advertised letters. Wuss postmaster a f. R. Donley James Kerr Mildred Kuhn John Ronald Rosenna Kelley real estate transfers. Mary and Samuel Scott to Louis Sny Der lot 10, Uhrichsville $300. O. H. Hoover to Henry Garabrandt 1j acres Goshen $730. Maurice Moody to g. O. Roberts lots 2 and 7, Dennison $500. Samuel Shaffer to Uriah Atkinson \ acre Oxford $550. F. S. Peters to Martha Huston lot 6, Uhrichsville $1600. John s. Yoder to c. H. Yoder 44 acres sugar Creek $2000. John Spesinger to j. J. Yoder 100 acres Auburn $2350. R. J. Erwood to Mary j. Collins j acre Goshen $100. Adam Limbach to Jessie j. Limbach 92 acres York $1632. Elizabeth Notter to Adam Vorhaid part 327, Dover $1000. Philip sheets to Henry h. Worley strip land Oxford $55. L. Kenedy to t. J. Edwards . 65 acres Rush $1600. Ellsworth Kiser to Kate cunning parts 113 and 114, new Philadelphia $1850. Robert Swearingen to Mary a. Cole 1 80-100 acres Goshen $270. C. C. Turner to j. Custer strip land new Philadelphia $9000. Times and Farmers Friend $1.10. The Neil Philadelphia times. What is Man if you want to know what Many them Are just step into a Street car and Reader if you Are not a woman just imagine yourself one with skirts about your feet then attempt to sit Down. Oil horror think it the filth tiie disgusting loathsome Slop from menus Mouths. Yes they pass for real human beings. It is hard to believe but it is really True. Of what can we poor women do to escape wading in and Ping up with our skirts the vile sickening disgusting tobacco spit it is not very becoming to a lady to be obliged to gather her clothes about her and hold them a gracefully aloft to prevent getting them dipped and smeared. Yet if we do not we must it up and carry it with us to Dangle about our Ankles. It is revolting to the soul to think it. Many women have expressed their utter disgust and regret that we must tolerate such a horrible nuisance in silence. How can a Man who has any refinement any respect for himself anyone else spit and spatter the e contents his vile to Basco Mouth Over the sidewalk Street car floor for women children and men refinement to stand in and ladies to up with their dresses Why can to there be a Rule and a sign a a no spitting tobacco juice the floor it is tobacco tobacco everywhere in the air underfoot our shoes Are soaked with it and our clothes Are daubed with it. Menus Mouths brains and blood Are saturated with it. If we go to walk for health pleasure we must breathe tobacco smoke with its poisonous nicotine. It has All passed through menus Mouths but breathe it we must. If we go to take a car ride for pleasure the first thing that meets our eyes is a great gob spit upon the car Steps. The next is the Landing there we must be Gin to Wade. A few Steps further then we must either stand up up if we sit Down. This is rather a dark picture but it is a True one As every Reader knows. We Hope this May reach the eyes and the conscience every Man who has allowed the filthy Weed to become his master and then he May realize to some extent at least the importance a change habits. Please do not pass this Appeal by unheeded. For i can assure you we women can be lots better natured and very much neater cleaner and healthier. I know i voice the sentiments every lady and the finer sensibilities every gentleman the world Over. Hoping this shoe May reach those it will fit i subscribe myself most respect fully one who is deeply interested in the Elevation and Comfort All. E. If you suffer from sleeplessness Why not try . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer the great new discovery for nervous diseases sleeplessness warranted Gentsch a drug store. Mother Gray a Sweet worm powders. Mother Gray a nurse in the children a Home in new York has Tor years treated children successfully with a remedy now prepared and in the drug stores called Mother Gray a Sweet worm powders. They Are sold by All druggists at 25 cents a package. They remove All Worms Are harmless As milk pleasant to take and never fail. Valuable for feverish Ness constipation and headache even if no Worms Are present. For Sale at f. C. Miller amp son. Marriage permits. Jacob Knight and m Trytha Ellis. We. J. Corbe and Anna m. Haskin son. H. H. Swihart and Ella Maurer. Frank j. Miller and Alice Keplinger. John h. Herron end Ella m. Quinn. We have Given a. Bippus amp the Agency in new Philadelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley. It is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. For the sick and feeble it is a True tonic. E. H. Chase amp co., distillers Louisville Kentucky. Bucklen Harnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. An Ohio fathers baby. My wife received a Sample bottle . Hands Colic cure. For four months she hardly took her cloths off the baby cried so. The Sample . Hands Colic cure worked like magic. I went right to the drug store and bought a 25c. Bottle and a bottle . Hands pleasant physic and we Are truly grateful that such Relief has come to baby and to us. Respectfully Geo. Vaught Delaware Ohio. For Sale at f. C. Miller amp son druggist. Midwinter fair excursion tickets Penn Sylvania lines. The special Low rate excursion to 8an Francisco san Diego los Angeles 8an Bernardino and other California Points now for Sale via Pennsylvania lines will be Good returning until july 15th 1894. Excursion lists can select any route from Chicago St Louis. For particulars please apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent address f. Van Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburgh a. I have raised a family six children and Haye tried All the cures from Paregori to Catnip Tea and never found anything so valuable As . Hands Colic cure. It expels wind from Tho stomach at once and gives such quiet and refreshing sleep. I would not be without . Hands Colic cure . Hands teething lotion for four times the Cost. Mothers give them a trial. Mrs. H. A. Brown 237 South Cherry St Cantono a

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