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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 9, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia time published Bobbt thu bad a. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising med1 no in the unto books. Bill Heads Postern and Job printing every description done Short notice. Yobb to Yob Bol 10 it d. New Philadelphia times. The Quot times Quot advertising rates. Space. Imo. S to. 6 to i . One Inch. Three inches. Six inches. Half column. One 0-Dnma. Is amp 3 4 09 500 is no t 3 50 600 to Ute 30 Tsoo 9 15 25 50 00 1600 15 25 50 50 100 00 business notices. Ten cents Pek line. Volume Chi. New Philadelphia o., thursday feb. 9, 1893. Number 7. Ii Philadelphia times. Mues Moore editor and proprietor Bra Block second floor North Broadway. Eth sew pan. Obi Phi a Tumka will be Liis nod every thursday morning in new i Adelphia. Ohio at the following rates. Year. In advance1-00 not pm wit Rin turek mo�?T8 1.50 renal should he sent by l raft ii stereo letter. Or Post office older to the Ress the Pron Rhetor. A add res All matter 1a.end�d at it Boti. To \ he i j Ca a eclat pc new , Ohk i two papers for ii he new Philadelphia Imes amp Farmers Friend a this Date in history feb. 5. 46 b. Cato Utic Encl killed himself. 1897�?the japanese decided that christianity a amp a immoral and killed Tho 05 a Mission and native converts. 1701�?james, first Carl Stanhope died from breaking a blood vessel singing a violent speech in tile House commons. 1722�?John Witherspoon a Vigner a born Iii Haddingtonshire Scotland died 1794. 1725�?james Otis patriotic orator and writer born at West Barnstable mass. Killed by lightning May 23, 1783. 1757�?battle Massey and wonderful Victory Clive which secured British supremacy in India. 1799�?death i Ewis , discoverer galvanise. 1807�?deathof Paoli corsican Patriot born 1726. 1810�?glo borne Munn Bull famous violinist born at Ber Cen Norway died 18s0. 1810�?bernadott� crowned King Sweden and Norway succeeding Charles Xiii. Ibis attempt to assassinate president Thiers. Of France. 1881�?president Harrison proclaimed reciprocity Between the United states and Brazil. Personal and general. A tem interest gathered from Many sources. The Small sum one let Lar is the Offish we now make to Abb new Suh Bucki Bers who pay is. In Advance. Ive extend this Oiler to All who pay ail arrearage and one Dollar in and ice any one who Keps his paper id in Advance to All May stand Equality. Those who spoke to a Cly about the Farmers Friend will entitled t receive it if they Call. In Farmers Friend Isa Semi monthly in journal and is Well by d by All to have read it. A Sample copy can a be seen at the times office. We Are now running a daily paper a have gone to Eft a expense to get tie news the county and there e we Are enabled to give our patrons lunch Batter weekly Piper. Fifty copes a a Large weekly paper and Enty four copes a Large Fatm Urnal All for one Dollar should at let the attention the Reading pub just enclose one Dollar and we ill put you our list. Teacher a examinations. The Board examiners Muscara is county will meet for the Examina in applicants for teachers certify tee As follows during 1892 and �?T93 i at hew Philadelphia november 26 it t a �?T91 february 25, �?T93 Jne 17, �?T93 August 26th, 93. I at canal Dover january 7, �?T93 feb Afy la 03 april 22, �?T93 Quiyo to. At Uhrichsville March 8th, �?T93. At Mineral Point March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june 3d, �?T93. Of ult s examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, 93 a Sib it amp. Examinations will begin promptly at clock a. Rn., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 mangers must furnish testimonials moral character from responsible Irons with whom the examiners Are Ell Pacitti aint a. Pef ofe entering the ass each applicant must furnish the Lerk the Board a stamped envelope nth his address. All work must be one vhf i Nen amp i l Ink and the Neces iry paper will be furnished by the Ioard. All examinations will be held the High school room in the respect re places. runner so we. E. Beck clerk. J. W. P Feifer Fred t. J. It Chardson business directory. Ose Pii Welty Surveyor Ana civil end grf Jer Busin ass promptly a Quot to m ded to. Kwh poll Al err Tai onto alg Isth 1890. Sly la. Booth 4 attorn i a Al la v notify Public Ana Goonrey amp reer. Sparcia pattern Clou paid to collections executors administrators Aud guardian s accounts office up stairs opposite the court Fous North Broadway. 47jrl he opened. Rhe Gilsey House. Fred. Wenger proprietor. Iem. Hamilton clerk. Tills rite in history feb 6. 1620�?min<. Marie Sevi Gow famous for Lier letters born died chg. 1665�?princess Anne daughter James ii and later Queen Anne born died 1714. I cts Augustine Calicut biblical scholar born died 1757. 1607�?completion Trinity Church. New York. 1721�?christian Henniker Lite must precocious child Ever known born it Lubeck Denmark lie talked intelligently at i year mastered Reading and writing at 3, latin i and French at 4, and died at 5. 1756�?aaron Burr born at Newark n. J. Died a sept. 14, Isik. 1778t-France Cia by acknowledged Independence United states and promised an Alliance. A 1604�? Joseph Priestley scientist and Freethinker died in Noi Ihu Interland a. Born 17151. 1818�?William Maxwell Evarts born in Boston. 1833�?John Brown Gordon Soldier and statesman born in Upson county a. 1862�?fort Henry captured by Grant. 1890�?the australian federation conference opened in Melbourne with much enthusiasm. This Date in history feb to. Ic70�?William Congreve poet and dramatist born died 1729. 1666�?sir William Dugdale. Historian and antiquary died born 1605. 1689�?isaac Rossius famous Leyden. Died born 1618. 1755�? Montesquieu French Jurist author the a spirit Laws a died born 1689. 1763�?the French and Indian War ended by treaty at Paris. 1791�?Rev. Or. Henry h Allman. Historian and editor Gibbon born died 1868. 1840 Queen Victoria married. 1876 Beverly Johnson statesman died in an Napolis. My. Born 1796. Ii sex Marshall Jewell postmaster general died in Hartford born 1825. 1887�?mrs Henry Wood author a East Lynne died born 1320 1s95s�?james lied path. Irish nationalist and author died in new Yolk from injuries caused by a i a Orsic car. This Date in history feb. La. 641�?hei�?Tacllua noted aug Penoi Cou Tantio plus died. Feliuai jct Platte Genet fit York. Who marriage Ihui he tire Vij Etc it Jih Ltd Al cd the calms York aria Lac Fasier. Died. 1650�?reno Descartes. French philosopher died born 1596. Tors in Huck county to a i two Daniel died 1s30. 1763�?William Shenstone in glue poet died born 1711. 1b12�?alexander Hamilton Stephens statesman born near Crawfordsville a. Died 1883. Uisu British wars Loop favorite arrived at new York with the treaty Ghent it was ratified by Congress the Lith find 18th. T888-Rmelville Weston Pullet. Chief Justice a it Hie United St Kiheji 0 it a Gilotti a 1823�?d6 Wilt Clinton died aged re a1847�? Thomas a. Edison electrician barn Al Alva 1686�? an Avalanche at Arlberg Austria burled in. Mull train no Tim rail in a v. Medicine As a career. Or. John s. Billings tells us in the forum that no career at the present Day it # voting Tiai few Jyh Induc pm it its Tor Success As the medical pores Snopl by Success however he assures us lid does not mean the Means amassing a Reat wealth. This profession will give to a Infin ii comfortable competency for himself and fat Nily lid Ridic Ufi hrs but it will afford Opportunity for a Good degree happiness Fop the exercise the highest mental faculties and for being helpful to More people than the practitioner in any other profession can to. Certainly a Rich Field investigation lies before Tho scientifically inclined doctor. We know for instance says . Billings that malaria is due to a minute animal organism that passes through several stages development some which occur in Tho human body. Cut nobody has As yet Ever found this Orga ski outside the human body. It May perhaps get ii it tile let Trail blood from the Bito a Mosquito but Nob Bily the scientist who shall Hunt the malarial Bacillus Home to his native Lair will be the Benefactor the race. So will to who traces Cut through its various forms the vegetable Bacillus typhoid fever Aud he who shall find out the function each the nerve centers in the brain and throughout the nervous Valentine Day fib. 14. Smallpox is increasing at Akron. Small Heads get big the quickest. It. A. Parmelee Sharpens skates Ltd c. C. Bartlett Canton is in this City. Emil la soil spent sunday in Uhrichsville. Satan lets his Stockho Dors in the grou id floor. Miss Bertha Deardorff is visiting friends in Toledo. Uhrichsville has several cases dish then Ani Scarlet fever. See the times offer in the first Chi urn. Two papers for one Dollar. J. B. Harris Chicago is the guest in. Of , mrs. Davidson Cleveland is visiting Ber father Rev. J. C. Kreusch. Or. Elisa Mallany and family Freeport have located in our City. Or. James Warner and wife Beidler spent sunday m this City. Miss Winnie Smith Uhrichsville is visiting her Friend miss Nano Boothe. Philip Rausch is coff fined to his Home West Ray Street with will Wilgus Newcomerstown was in this City a couple Days this week. The wife William White and a second child arc Tow ill diphtheria g. Ii. Mcdermott Leroy is visiting at the residence . Mcdermott. Miss Gertie Ray Carrollton is visiting her Friend miss Kittie officer. Verna Pearch Uhrichsville is y. Siting Lur Friend miss Lucy Hepinger. Will Weaver had his ankle severely sprained at Hills Coal Bank last week. The Ohio legislature will pass a memorial asking Congress to Annex Hawaii. Al. Getz says the Man did actually did Swallow the Broom at the min Riel show. Miss Maud Hannah Columbus is visiting at the residence r. T. Horning. The Sheet Mills will resume operations tuesday alter laying two weeks mrs. Jibe Phinie Giu Tojio to 2unes� Ville Ranvei today Ona visit Wlsh her people. Will the Northwest blizzard drove the Mercury Down at Portland Oreg in to 23 Zero at Swift current 41, at Havre 34. At Helena 20 below. Diasjr sub Irley malt whisky is stimulating and nourishing to the consumptive the old and feeble. It d absolutely pure. Sold by a. Bippus amp son. Cadiz is Slid to be the Banner binding town the state having one a. Tonal Bauk to every 500 residents besides several Ether private Banks. Or. Fox Sparta was in town yesterday looking up a location for an office. Ile is a Fine Young physician Anc we Welcome him to our City. Fall Many a Man who now doth beat the Printer will waste his voice upon the heated air and vainly sigh for Cooling Breeze Winter a Hen he is punished for his sins Down there. ? ? ? 5 \ ? a Little child Geo. Williams Ultra vile was burned to de Fth tues e t in per Day. I. Us furnished Fine kor Aud House newly Ive-1 Ousbie in connection 391 g Amu Al Moore attorn a a at Law. New Philadelphia Ohio. Ail professional business entrusted to his care in Tuse Arwas Harrison and adjoining Boun fits will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Myx re a Block 2d Fror. John s. Graham attorn by at Baw and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. Ail professions business Prcin my attended to in Tuscarawas and adj a Nice counties. Office Iii states onto site Tao court House North Broadway. 4�?oy i . . Vail Dek list ref free in Ory Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Hendershot. _ Pitsic Milit Kiok and rooms North bae a Way new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. C. Ellis Archit set. Plans for building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 South Broadway new Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl juju. P. Ii. Sigrist East High Street. New Philadelphia. Ohio 8 to 10 a. In. 2 to 4 p. In. 7 to 8 p. In. Sundays 9 to to a. In. Tue a Wley House. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. Rate 2.00 per a y. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl r d. A Gentsch. New Philadelphia Ohio. System with a Little change in certain Cella the Adf Teal Verity a change which features the und the Microscope to determine the orator becomes speechless the judge becomes a criminal Aud the prudent Man business tile affectionate husband and father the Model Titi a in and pillar the Church becomes extra a Feight Tine Bange deceitful find thus riders upon the first stage a degeneration which if unchecked will make him a hopeless paralytic had a driveline idiot. Here is certainly a splendid Field for being useful to Tho race. But it is Worth while to note what . Billings considers the proper preparation for entering this profession which enables one to be so helpful to his fellow Man. It is indicated in the passage below my Young Friend whose attention i wish to direct to Medicine As a career will have spent five years at a Good intermediate school As a preliminary to entering the University which lie does when he is about it years old. Ile spends 3 4 years it the University 4 years at the medical school Luj years Iii the Hospital and 2 years Iii travel and special studies. When therefore he is ready to begin work he will be about 23 years eld Aid his education living Hooks Etc., will have Cost about from Tho time he entered the University. It can be done for less but this is a fair average Ohl to in prehistoric times Tho Art was understood hardening Copper till it would take in Edge like a knife but it was lost and men Liao been trying for centuries to rediscover it. Edison said once that if Copper wire could be hardened it would be As easy to Telephone across Tho Atlantic As from new York to Brooklyn. Hardened Copper wire would be better than anything now in use for All electrical operations. It would not rust like Iron. Well a swede Peter Johnson who has been working at the problem eleven years claims at last that he has rediscovered the to Art Tho norsemen and Tho american aborigines. Piece his hardened Copper plate half an Inch thick turned and flattened a Bullet fired with sixty grains powder at 120 paces. A number capitalists be Lieve in Johnson a discovery sufficiently to have formed a Stock company at Chicago putting $500,000 into it. Remember the Quot merry to oui it be at City opera House this evening feb 6th. Miss Minnie Aff older Trenton is visiting at the residence . Lena Hamilton i the coloured this Cit a held local 8eivices at Eagle Hall Sabbath evening. M is Etta Busk Uhrichsville is Vasilu g her Friend Louisa Getz . T mrs. G g 7ja? Springfield muss., is visiting at tier residence Tirey. Mamou. Miss Mary t Attler was the guest her sister mrs. F. C. Irvine this Eity a few Days past . Fred. and family Dover Sie Disabb Ith ins parents in this Cit. Mrs. C. F. James left saturday for a two weeks visit w 11 Canton and Cleve land Friend. The two children Jacob Myers who Ive a mile East town Are e to ii diphtheria. John b. Kea i edit it a ih3 Omicron Valley times Sund Yod with h Fann y in this City. Miss Ila tie Boyd Antrim vis Quot to no Ber sister in. Gen ail Lei ton tills City. There has been to car 16�?Tids lumber shipped to the Champion piano g Mill in tilt last two weeks. The Iii til who has a kind to d for every Boti a docs More. Good thai a silly one could do with Money. Or. N xon operated miss Lizzio Guthrie wednesday last removing the decayed Lone from Lier loll Arm. An Iruh editor Fay he can see no earful reason Why women should Noi is allowed to i Sterne medical men. Day night by dropping a bottle turpentine into the fire which exploded scattering the contents Oyer the child. The indications Are favourable now for a big Boom in new Philadelphia next Spring. New Comers Are Hunting houses to move into. Many new houses will also be erected this coming season. The Effort to raise the $20,000 Bonus 11 Cambridge by one Dollar subscriptions is not progressing Well. Too Many subscribers put in a condition to pay it when toe Mill ferry times. A Glass factory at Liverpool has a Glass journal boxes for All its machinery a Glass floor Glass shingles the roof and smoke stack 150 fest lugh built wholly Glass bricks each a foot . I a Bill is pending a the Obi log Slature requiring physicians to report contagious infectious dis3asea within twelve hours after , to the health officers. The Bill should pass. For the first time in two years the county jail has no occupant. Tuscarawas county has kept Pace with towns much greater population in respect to crime. We Hope we May be table keep the j Iii empty for some Timo to come. The citizens Cadiz Are circulating a petition for the signatures those who Are in favor a new court House for Harrison county not to exceed in Cost $100,000., 11 is said the old one is in very Bac and top apis totally unfit for the business the county. The Steubenville daily Gazette says that Jack Max win Emp Toye the pan handle and a resident Jet Fott Harrison co., was killed thursday night while under a gravel train. The train started before he came out and a rushed him under the wheels. L Jamesj a wife and four Childre. Or. David Fife business House and dwelling has a commanding position Tuscarawas Avenue. It fronts to nearly All parts the Compass when completed no will put in a Nice Stock goods. The business in. Presto Eft a get pm Ludelphia City like Are spreading Blit. A Young Farmer named Garber living fifteen Miles West fort Scott kans., learning that his wife and his Bra ther in Law Charles Kirby loved cafe b other faded his wife to Kirby for a horse last week. Its a wonder ills Mother in Law did no to have her say. A jux. The larg St freight car Ever built is about to be c instructed at Alt 10 ii a. By the Pennsylvania Railroad comp my. It is to have thirty two wheels and will Mies Gertrude Ray Carrollton is visiting friends in this City. The Board commissioners is in session this week. Misses Mary and Anna Geckler Cleveland Are visiting in this c to. The cd j rents Home Tius Feis met monday at the commissioners Roo it s. I too pieces Spring and summer es3 goods just in at Spring Bros. Tit prof. Joseph Welly who has been Yery ill for several weeks is convalescing. The dwelling a Waller nor new roof Oral burned Down a it Stere a loss $500. Or. And mrs. I it. Wyss entertained a number their friends last thursday evening. Mrs. Frederick i Lorna g has gone to Oberlin a visit t it her daughter . Arthur death. Or. Geo. A. Calanan and wife Elf Beidler spent sunday at the Reri Fence . Fred. Gilgen Headquarters for country produce. Spring Bros Mitcler Block new Philadelphia. O. 7tf miss Florence Meyers this City was the guest miss Nina Deis do her Friday and saturday. In. Joseph Brick maker entertained a few her Dover and new Philadelphia friends thursday evening. Perkins d. Fisher is a great attraction in his funny musical farce com Edy Quot a cold Day at big 4 opera House feb. 9th. Mrs. Amanda Kaldenbaugh entertained a Large number Ber friends thursday and saturday evenings. 500 pairs lace curtains ranging in Price from 50c. To $10.00 per pair at Spring Bros. R done to fail to take in the comedy Quot a cold Dayis Fisher always Quot gets there House feb 9th. Almost a fatal Accident. Tile Street car crashed into . Lewis Boggy. His horse Fuus Eway. 7 f great farce Perkins d big 4 opera Between ten and eleven clock sat urday night . Lewis was driving toward Home and when he came up to the c. Amp p. Railroad track near the rolling Mill a freight train was the track in front him. He drove up close to the train and Stoppel to wait Tor it to pass not suspecting any danger from the rear. Jacob get Chi Motorman was going in with the Street c in his last trip and ran Inta Lewis a buggy smashing it and throwing him out. The horse got Loose and ran r onto the c. Amp p. Railroad track Aud through the Railroad Bridge until lie dropped Between the ties there he i y until he lied out. The horse was nut seriously injured. Or. La w is was considerably bruised and scratched but not dangerously Hurt. Gutche was suspended from the service the company. The Motorman says he did not see the buggy it Lewis until he crashed info it we have suspended our daily we can put in a Power press. A hand Power is not Quick enough for daily work. Quot a cold Day will appear at the big i opera House feb. 9th. Introducing Perkins d. Fisher in Bis funny musical farce comedy. We Are closing out our Winter Stock at Cost to make room for Spring goods. Do not miss these bargains. 7 Jno. Ii. Kinsey. Probate court proceedings. Monday january 30th. Thomas Milligan appointed administrator Samuel Meyers deceased. Bond $7,000. Almira c. Hochstetler guardian fourth account filed. Tuesday january 31. Jacob Bender appointed guardian John Bender an insane person. Bond $2,000. The following new cases were filed in common pleas court yesterday. A. Ley amp co. Is David Stocker. Action in attachment. Alice Campbell is Charles a. Campbell. Plaintiff asks to be divorced from her husband the grounds Habi Taal drunkenness and wilful absence for two years. Jac Tab Sand alter is John stalker. This is an Appeal care. He still lives. Be d a Gued to carry 124 tons in Addi Legisla both houses the Oregon lure have adopted resolutions favouring the annexation the hawaiian islands. Lion to its own wig lit and will de used to t an p it the gun now b lug built i y Krupp to Essen Tor the exit Mon at Cli ice go the us t a Bol ii. Smith Bolivar is Cadi Poi i sch a1 a for dig irs children from school was dismissed yesterday cer the j c is3 id been state i Tot Ienir. Smiths witnesses did no 1 Sho v up. His attorneys came to the e inclusion that he had no Case fid it in holiest pm ugh to dismiss it at once. We have Given a. Bippu3 amp son the ag3hey in new pin Ladelphia for our Barley malt whisky distilled from malted Barley it is Rich and nutritious and free from All impurity. Bor the Rick and feeble it Ria Trua tonic. E. Ii. Chase a co., distillers Louisville Ivy. Or. A. Beyer has exchanged a one third interest in his Louring Mill in this City for coot a acres Henry c. Vinton farm near torn. He Gera the part with the main buildings id is a Goon tract and and finely improved. A thing Beauty is a Joy forever therefore buy your Spring dress goods lace curtains hosiery and while goods All description at Spring a Coli a amp 6 r die Lapland at the Academy music to Large audience last evening. It is Replete with funny situations capital hits pleasing music Aud Good songs and and produces roars the Dennison and Uhric tis the electric company Are keeping an Eagle Eye the proceedings and record the granting the Street Railroad franchise to Uhrichsville to the new Thila. Chi Mph Iacov Pant. We understand they have employed counsel Rind frill Endeavor to have the Grant set aside we Are sorry to hear any obstruction being thrown in the Way. February 10th there will be Given in the lutheran Church an illustrated leu Ture by . G. G. Burnett san Franci co cal., subject a a sights and so lies in . Burnett is a Man extensive travel and in this lecture i ill give his impressions europ. Of his lecture h a. E. W. Simon former pastor the lutheran Church new phila., and the present pistol it the first lutheran Church Springfield o., says a emr. G. G. Burnett san Francisco delivered his Stenot con lecture under the cup cos Chi the ladies the first lutheran Church Springfield o., nov. 10th. A Large audience assembled to end Gay the evenings entertainment. Every one was delighted. His views were among Hie a St we have Ever seen and his lecture is pleasing and instructive come and see i n. Admission 250. Martins ferry o., feb. 3.�?e. W. Moore Bridgeport is reported to Hare consumed seven bowls soup nine cups Coffee two loaves bread due dozen pickles one bottle Catsup and Tiro Etc tic amp i ice Cream All in a single evening this wee if arid still lives he did this a Wager and desired to outdo Nick Lyle Bridgeport who is a regular . Killed in a Coal Bank. Black band the Farmers All seem to be very cheerful in this Vicinity Thev enjoy the Winter and Good Snow. They have an organization Here that they Call the Grange. Those Farmers ones dec this order Ani there have much to say about it and Coneen themselves Mizii about its Workings. We would say to those that the Best Way to find out its Worth is to become Oue their number. The grangers pleasant Valle Grange no. 1057, had a Yery pleas int and Poci Abi a Tine Shire in evening Jan. 27. Foe Thirl and iou til it Ugee was conferred in new members after which the Harvest feast was partaken by a1. In general a Good and and so liable Lime. Grange Bill Grange from Fry a Valley German Grange from plucks township a tar son grand from Phillipsburg Aid Brandy win Grange were Well represented and took a Active part in Tho work. As patrons we Are proud our country and its Prosperity which in part is due to the energetic patrons and Faro Era taught through the precepts this grand and Noble order ours How to prepare the soil Plant the seed cultivate the crops and reap the Harvest Ane is the result a Mutual sympathy Between Commerce agriculture and manufacture. Trusting we May thus continue to w it re in Harmony and Eyer Sucre amp so in strength and Wisdom. Fraternally yours l., p. V. G. No., 1057. Washington letter. 17, s. Weather signal report. Office Over Saunders Barber shop West High Street. Office hour#�?9 to 12 m. 2 to 4 p. M., Aud 7 to 9 p. Avenue. 45yl j. R. Kurtz a agent Fok a Ohio Farmer s insurance company. No. 3 Kast fair str kit a kit Philadelphia Ohio during i 393 this country gained More than $11,000,000 Over 1891 in the amount its exports to the Spanish american republics. Undoubtedly a majority the members Tho Indiana Senate have first they refused to adjourn As a Mark respect to the memory sex president Hayes now they have passed a Resolution in favor keeping the worlds fair open sunday a Peri Ion is in circulation in some parts Trie stat asking the legislature to prohibit Quail killing for live years. Why is a be a the mod unfortunate letters because it is never in cast is always in debt and never oat Din Ger. Monford Custer who came Home from Delaware o., is gradually improving. He was ill typhoid ii a i a Ria. The Dennison people Are Mill fighting for the Street car franchise Between new Philadelphia and Uhrichsville claiming theirs As the lawful bid. The publican senatorial caucus has decided to admit Arizona As a state together with thee ther to Rte Territ Nee previously decided up id. S. E. Donahey employed by Kuenz i Brothers Cut his hand severely one Day last week. Blood poisoning has set in and he is in a critical cond Tiou. Or. A. L. Lessick Alt Arney b it i Var was in attendance at Coart yester Day at counsel for lash pit is it Al., in the a. I Smith Case. S. In Brann new Hagerstown travelling agent for a Michta 1 fur House gave our Sanctum a Call this morning and left us Cash Moscrip Tion. A Kansas gentleman is said to have recent1 y invented a machine for catching gras hoppers. It would not have much a Sale in Tim Vicinity at present. The legislature California t3 seeking to Anion i tile Constitution Tho state so Attiat five sixths a j iry in a criminal Case May return a verdict. They already h Ive a Law to the it effect in civil cases and which have worked very Well. This would require ten Mea instead twelve for a verdict and would prevent so much a a hanging the jury which is often done by one Man. Sex. Marriage permits. The following marriage licenses Hare been granted by probate j Edge Mitchell Louis Swinderman to Bessie Voshall. Thomas g. Jewell and Sarah Egler. John eat Gan and Catharine Glass. Noah a. Schlock and Sarah e. Syler. Henry a. Goudy to Kila Cole. Win. Jones 47, a labourer in the rolling Mill died heart disease last evening. He sat Down by the fire and fell Over dead without giving any warning approaching death. He came to this country from England about three years ago. His we Ife Bas been dead some time. Two sons both Young men survive him. He was a Pec Cable citizen Aud a i May f i Inis. Professor Pfeifer canal Dover and prof. Richardson Mineral Point schools were at the commissioner room saturday with their up. It linens work. In the several branches taught to make a selection from for tile Collun Tian exposition at Chicago. We examined their work carefully and find it highly creditable to both the gon Tlemcen As instructors. To take into consideration the age 12 to 14 years the penmanship the Dover schools eclipses anything we Ever saw Aud Frank Miller a Young Man aged about ii year and a former resident new Philadelphia filled in the Coal Bank at the Diamond Coal works at Uhrichsville saturday. The roof caved in while he was driving entry. Coroner Downey was called to View the remains. Sufficient care had not been taken in inspecting the mine and prop Ping it. Advices from the Pine Ridge Indian Agency in South Dakota indicate a serious 6tutorial among the indians. Saturday four Whit wore killed at plump Moy a ranch at the Tii Outh White Clay Creek Captain Brown sent out his police Force to arrest and bring in the offender when they approached tile Damp the Indian fired the police without effect Vii sri be fire was returned by the latter killing we ?Ri-dian8. There is Clanger a general outbreak. The ifs Grant Hirst Wellsville cd died last flight lit the residence Simon Kiligen in this City. Sefc had Oine a visit to her brother a Law . Gilgen and wat taken sick typhoid Ettfer. Lier ill nees Ustel about two weeks. They b the former residents this City. The deters a was a miss Swihart. One chill was Lorn to them. We have not Learned the Date the funeral. The Paris gaiety girls big burlesque company consisting Beautiful ladies funny comedians and a Strong la not specially artists. 3 gondoliers. Chaffer Aud Devere. Pickett and Primrose la Rose dieters Julia Keller Ferris Sisters Kell a Black Rind Larrigan. All artists with a renowned reputation in conjunction 20 burlesque Beauty s. The show has a reputation being far above the average burlesque Cor Nanys. They play at City Hall canal Doyer 10 night and new Philadelphia Friday the 10th. Phillipsburg Charley Wagner from Lockport was Home a Short visit sunday. Among the sick Are mrs. C. Scholl a child John Arbogast and Philip Maurer. Who has been sick for some time but is slowly convalescing. We have quite a number candidates for postmaster among which Are . 8. P. Putt p. E. Buehler f. Lieser a j. Miller a. V. Paulus and we. Elwood. C. Scholl is preparing to build a stable the lot he purchased f St Meese which when Complete will be Amon Rig the highest buildings in the town. D. Gruber is busily engaged invoicing his Stock preparatory to putting in his Spring Stock. Dan Miller says lie has Tho Agency the famous Champion wagons for Tuscarawas county Rind a bought a car Load them to be shipped Here by March first. A right Dan we will wait and c. Them. Barnhill. E. a we see in your paper feb. 3, thrice is Fen fifteen Casas diphtheria in Pike Sriri a Han a to had but two cases diphtheria Herd thai was a month ago the children Seldon Shook one them died they came Here a visit monday there was a child William Phillips buried in new Philadelphia cemetery. Disease the lungs. Julius. L Asi Brights i Alor Bill. For arbitrating difficulties Between employers Aud Emy lore new Case in court. Cia a Erill a Green by her attorneys a. W. Patrick and a d. Neely brought suit in common pleas court saturday against win. A. Hardesty As administrator the estate Thomas Moore deceased the following contract note a new Philadelphia o., May 26th, 1890. This i9 to certify that i Thomas Moore being sound mild and due deliberation dictate s Iga and deliver in person my promissory note for value received for the sum $3,000 the Saoe to Bear interest at 6 per cent from Date. This amount being placed in my hands by one Rebecca Moore g Audinot the bearer c Ida Celia Green for her support Ani instruct my family executor trustees to adjust this matter without it ignition. Tho. several Small credits and endorsements Are alleged As being said instrument in writing. Or. Hardesty the administrator refused to allow the claim and hence the suit. Plaintiff asks judgment for $3,205, b ing principal Aud interest less the credit. This is said to be Money borrowed by the decedent. Believe we can truthfully Siy it will not be surpassed at the great exposition. The work the whole class runs through nearly the same Grad which shows the skill the teachers As instructors and proves the fact that it is not native Talent that did it with the Pupil. The Spance Nau principles Are firmly fixed in their minds and carried out in practice. The same neatness and skill attends All the work the Dover schools to the h guest. The map drawing their pupils is very Fine. The work in algebra geometry Tri go ometry and arithmetic is very neat As to the Mineral Point schools their work up to the age 14 is very credit Able but does not show that degree skid quite As Dover. But when you compare the work the higher classes Mineral Point schools with Dover in neatness it is up with them in Many respects. Probably the penmanship will not Grade through so Well. While Many Are up to the Standard the Dover schools. Any one interested in this line should go to the commissioners room and see these specimens. Our new Philadelphia schools had not brought in their specimens at the time our visit at the Loon. But without casting any reflections upon any other teacher in the county must say that the work these schools Are highly praiseworthy. We Are informed by pro Pfeifer that he has drilled All his assistant teachers until they Are Good in penmanship and that accounts for the skill among the children in that line the Cit Isris canal Dover held a meeting at City Hall saturday evening to adjust their re Liwaj Mill difficulty lather the injunction suit the Gen Hemen who refused to Elan i their share the taxes $30,000 i onus to the Mill. Red hot Resolution were adopted concerning the course messes. Crites Rodey and tourney. A proposition was finally made to the committee by these gentlemen to Settle the difficulty by the citizens paying their amount taxes $560,00. Attorney 200 court charges. 58,00 extra costs. 45,00 the substance the Bill is Given representative . Lamb night has in Rod Rice a Bill into the House to provide for a s site Board arbitration for the settlement differences Between employers and their employ one member the Board shall be selected from some association representing Eirp Loyette later one from ome labor organization riot a employer labor and Tho third shall by Ftp pointed upon the lec commendation the Caner two provide however the Othef do not agree the third Man at the at thirty Days he shall be so appointed he governor and provided also that appointments made when the Senate is not in less for May be confirm cd at the next ensuing session. The lire appointments thai be made for on3, two and three years and after that three years shall constitute a term. Each member is required to take an oath office. Upon application by employer employee the b Ard shall visit the pm Ace trouble inquire into bring Forth witnesses Book Etc. Advise the parties what if anything ought to be done submitted to by either to adjust the dispute. If they then can not come to an understanding then the state Board renders a decision which shall be birding. There is Abo a provision Iii the Bill for a local Board when requested which shall advise with the state Board. These boards shall have Power to subpoena witnesses and compel attendance. The members the slate Board shall be allowed $5.00 per Day and mileage and the local Board $3.00 per Daw this Bill is quite lengthy and we have Given the substance it. It looks like a fair Bill and ought to work much Good in settling difficulties Between labourers and employers. Total $863,00 but the same has not been accepted yet. Later we learn that . S. Toomey has withdrawn Hie injunction suit. The feeling the people was worked up to Feyer heat. Or. Rudy Peters druggist canal Dover compelled Geo. W. Crites to remove his desk Lorn his bus Ness room stating to . Removal Silver Ash Institute cure alcohol Aud morphine habits from Alliance o., to Salem o., Cor. High and Lundy streets. The management will be in the hands Hoopes pres., and C. Snyder 8ec. And treas. No eff Ort will be snared to make every one comfortable and satisfied who come to the Institute. Our remedies Are sure Safe and scientific and a cure guaranteed. Fred j. Ripple is our from our regular correspondents Hou. Don m. Dickinson who is regarded As president elect Cleveland a Persona representative is in Washington working in the interest be Andrews Bill for the repeal the she Man Silver Law which is to by taken up in the House thursday and Friday next. Or. Dickinson is out spoken in favor the annexation Hawaii and in this to is in line with seven tenths Congress without Reg my to politics. The hawaiian commissioners arrived today a j tomorrow tit a will present their petition annexation. There Are so Many complications that would have to be met if an act Congress annexing Hawaii is to be passed and in the course delay which would it cd Sari y ensue some foreign government Wrght by a revolution other Means secure control the country that it is probable that the outcome will be the adoption some quicker method asserting american control and warning foreign governments to keep their hands off. There is no politics in this simply americanism and be it said to his credit . Harrison has consulted As freely with the prominent democrats in Congress As with members his own party. Notwithstanding the threats cabled from London As to what England intended to do it can be stated without exaggeration that the intentions England any other nation is cutting no figure whatever in dais matter. Hawaii is going to pass under the control the United states. That much is certain but it is not yet decided just How it is to be done. Another certainty in the situation is that hawaiian sugar producers will not be paid the Bounty 2 cents a Pound now paid to americans under the Mckinley Law which some allege to have been the cause the revolution and application for annexation. Whatever the cause there Are Many Good reasons for our not neglecting the Opportunity to get control the islands. The majority report the House judiciary committee which investigated the Homestead labor troubles has attracted wide attention. It was written by representative Boatner Louisiana who says therein that he Florde nothing in the Constitution which authorizes Congress to interfere with regulate prohibit the employment Pinkerton other detectives by persons corporations except so far As they May be engaged in interstate Commerce. Quot the trouble at Homestead a continues the report Quot was beyond Federal congressional jurisdiction. To permit interference by the Federal authorities without demand the states to make Laws which would control affect the relations employer and employee in the states would be to undermine the just authority the states and to interpose Federal authority upon a subject which the states have and ought to have supreme 20 the 29 senators that voted against the anti option Bill when it was finally passed by the Senate were democrats and la the 40 votes cast in favor the Bill were from democrats. Four democrats were paired and did not Yote. The investigation the whiskey Trust authorized by the nouse will be conducted by a sub committee compose representatives Bynum Indiana Stockdale Mississippi Buchanan new Jersey and Powers Vermont. There was a Genii Surprise when the Senate voted Clown a Moon made by senator Sherman to make the Nicaragua canal Bill the a unfinished i business the Senate which would have five it the right Way every Day Atter 2 clock. There is hardly one Chance in ten thai this Bill can get through the present House Blit it has been supposed that the Senate intended to pass it anyway. Perhaps after All it will go to join the numerous other matters that Are sifted to be leftover for the fifty third Congress to wrestle with. Representative Fellows new York is chairman the committee that will investigate the spending Panama canal Money in tile United states. Col. Fellows is a fire we lawyer and As a skillful Cross sex Ammer has few equals. Furthermore he is deeply interested in Trie subject he is investigating. A which increases the chances for the exposure som body if there is any truth in the charges that have teen from time to t Rue made Bot i in this country and in Fauce the bribery americans province. Sex Secretary Thompson will be one the witnesses heard. He was president the Ameri end the company. The Senate which has Only passed two the appropriations Bills seems at last to realize that it is in the Hole. Beginning today it will meet at la clock. If the Gold in the Treasury is reduced As much this month As Jan Secretary Cariole will fed less than the $103,000,-000, known As the Gold Reserve fund when he takes charge. There is now less Gold in the Treasury than at any time for Many years and course what is there will have to be paid out whenever Treasury notes Are presented for redemption. No i no 2 a no 3 no 4 no 5 p to no in fair weather. No 2�?local rain Snow. No 3�?rain Snow. No 4�?cold wave. No5�?temperature signal. Next to Street Means warmer. Quot Quot St a Quot colder. Tile a reports Are telegraphed to e. In Parmelee the shoe dealer every morning about 11 a. Rn., and signals Are displayed in front his store. Al ways read signals from Tho Street toward the store. Extra bargains in shoes until March 1st. The Vav City Stock is rapidly melting away every pair from this Stock greatly reduced in Price. The a a ladies Dongola Button shoes Worth 2.50 now marked 1.50 sizes 2j 3 34. One lot menus shoes All sizes and solid Worth 1.50 now Only 93 cents. R. Parmelee the shoe dealer new Philadelphia Ohio also water St., Uhrichsville Ohio. Natural White Oil grows hair the head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out. It is natures True hair grower. Grows moustache and whiskers. Price 50 cents. For Sale by f. C. Miller amp son. Of we have two Good lots left yet in Brown and Heindle addition front Street in West Philadelphia Allentown. These lots Are situated convenient for men in the Iron Mills Nail Mill and Are cheap. Call a Moore at times office. If. House and lot East Avenue also a Coal Bank and equipments in Good running order 1$ Miles from town Good Coal. Inquire Thomas perked new Philadelphia o., times office. Want one Tbs a d Down and balance in reasonable payments. 49tf natural White Oil comes from nature a invisible Depths purely a min Erat product grows hair head cures Dandruff permanently stops hair falling out Price 60 cents. For Sale by f. C. Miller a son. V general Beni estate Andjel Sarance office. Of you need Good tire life Accident insurance want to buy sell real estate have any notary work to do give me a Call. Office opposite m. E. Church Corner West High and fifth St., new Philadelphia Ohio. Jacob Degreif notary Public and ins. At. For Sale a Tine cottage Home 9 looms lot 66x197 feet Only 2j Quaroni from Public Square Good Cistern cellar and Good fruit for $2,330. Reasonable terms. Inquire 51 s. Moore agent for male. The Best eighty acres Hill land in Salem township one mile West port Washington nearly All underpaid with three foot vain Coal sixteen acres Good Timber the place. Plenty water House and a Good Orchard. This place will positively be sold at a bargain. For further information. Call address Emett m. St car agent Bort Washington Ohio. 3t6 the markets. Flour Grain and provision. New York Fob. 4.�?money�?closed at i per cent. Exchange closed steady. Posted rates 436 488, actual rates 48j& for sixty Days and 487�i for demand. Government Bonds steady. Currency 6a Ai 105 4s, Coupon at 113& extended 2s, registered at too. Cleveland feb. 4.�?flour�?country made at 43.ho 4.3i, Minnesota Patent at i4.75, Minne Bota Spring at t3.-0. Wheat no 2 red at 74c, no. 3 red at 69c. Corny a 2 at 49c, no. 2 mixed Ai 47o. Oats no. 2 White at 39s, no. 3 White at 38c. Butter fancy Creamery at 30c, Dairy at 24o. Cheese new York at 12v4c, Ohio at Liy amp a. Kellisk strictly fresh at 36c. Potatoes per Bushel at 80@90c. New York feb. 4.�?flour�?Fine at 11.75� 1.9superfine at #2.102.20, City Mill extras at 4 40 c4 7j. Wheat no. 2 red Winter at 81e Cash february at t9-4c. March at 8014c. Corny no. 2 mixed at 55v4c Cash february at 51?, March at 5344c. Oats no. 2 mixed february at 87&0, March pork Meas at 119.25� 20.73. Ujj Akdo March at s12.00. extras at 30o. Cheese state factory full Cream fall mad Ancy White at 12c. Kuosu Western at 35�40c. Feb a wheat a february grit s Quot that his occupancy was injuring Agell for new Philadelphia and canal ids so in goes. Th3 Cit Zens re Ile Tei Mil d .0 v t my by Timeir Ian m t Mea. Dover who will be pleased to give any and All desired information. Hoopes Snyder. Dec. 29, �?T92. Im3 queer history some word. Speaking the strange eventful history words the Hartford courant notes that a a Queen originally Mian simply a woman but now designates the most glittering place which the Earth can bestow while with the slightly different spelling a a Queen Quot it stands for a woman a different sort so too a Knave Only a boy As in a a Knab a hut a boys go wrong sometimes the word in Timo obtained an unpleasant meaning. The word a Imp might have been added As having very much the same history a Knave Quot for meaning first a scion shoot it next stood for a child and now it Means an inferior Devil. Lord Bacon spoke a those most virtuous and goodly Young imps the Duke Suffolk and Hie belter a Lytle new Philadelphia Tilio can and will sell you monuments headstones cheaper than any other firm in the state. Call and examine our Stock were you can see the work and save Money by dealing direct with them. No agents percentage to pay at Tho Start meant i and you can Ace just what you Are buy the German form eng As we carry a big Stock finished work. Quot the Crescenta a Crescen Tia is the Delight the toilet Quot try Crescenta 3ta to the Public. Stop at Jno. H. Kinsey a and see the great bargains he offers in dry goods. 7 Jno h. Kimbry. The human Slaughter House at Columbus is a disgrace to a civilized state. Cleveland world. We presume the Cleveland world has reference to the state House. It has been claimed that the Capitol building is unhealthy there might be some improvements made the present building in the Way ventilation that would be highly beneficial. The sentiment in favor a new state House should not in Good conscience take Root. It would Cost the state Ohio $2,000,000 to build a new one when there is no Call for it whatever. It is an Eany matter to spend the Peoples Money if the representatives Ohio Woald be More temperate Iii their manner living Kep regular hours and give As much attention to the preservation their health As they do to excessive pleasure there would he but few deaths and no complaints. Clothing sales agent wanted for new Philadelphia and Vicinity. Liberal commissions paid and a furnish the Best and most Complete outfit Ever provided by any House. Write at once for terms. A a Wanamaker a Brown Philadelphia a. Chicago �?�4qc. Corny february at 44c. Oath february at 3ti4c. Pork february at 419.05. Lako february and May at fl1.70. 7i f.2j Iii us february at 110.0734 Toledo feb. 4.�?wheat�?Cash at 72j40. Corny Cash at 44c. Oats Cash at 36c._ Oil Market. Pittsburgh feb. 4.�?petroleum�?closed a1 54 vie. Oil City Fob. 4.�?petroleum�?closecat 54xa cattle Market. Chicago feb. A cattle Market steady. Common to extra steers at 43.40&6.25, stockers and feeders at 12.50&a15, cows and bulls a1 Hogs Market weak Aud 10c lower. Heavy Al i.90�8.25, mixed at medium at i7.80�&30, Light at >.7.60�8.00. Sheep Market steady. Poor to Choice a1 13.25�5.40, lambs at t4.2s�&23. New York feb. A cattle Market Dull but steady. Native steers at a25�5.75 per cwt bulls and cows at ll.60�3.6q. Dressed Bee steady at 8v4�9c per la. Veals at s7.00�8.50 per cwt Western calves at 12,5c123.15, grasses at 12.752,3.15. Sheep and lambs Market Dull and to per la lower. Sheep at s4.5q�5.80 per cwt lambs at 14.006 75. Dressed Mutton at 7h@9o per la dressed lambs at 8h�10c. Hogs Market nominally steady at i7.85�a23 per cwt i Buffalo feb. A cattle Market steady and firm. Cows and heifers at 13.25�3.60. F hogs Market Strong and higher. Yorkers at la 15. Sheep and lambs Market slower. Bes lambs at 16.00, Best sheep at sa50, Wethers at �5.-xi _ East Liberty feb. A cattle prime at 55. 5�5,60, Good at t6.90<&6.25, Good butchers at 13 85�4. .5, rough fat at i3 00�3.75, fair Light steers at w. 10�3.25, Light stockers at i2.85�a 15, Good fat cows and heifers at 13.23�a15, fresh Coats and springers at 115�40. Hoes Market Active and higher. Best medium Philadelphia at i8.95�8.50, Best mixed at ?8.25�8.3j,>est Light to heavy yorkers at in ooh 4 20, fair yorkers at 17.85� a . Sheep Market steady at Good prices. Extra at 85.4035.65, Good at tt.00�5.20, fair at 13.60� 4.20, common at 12.oo�3., yearlings at 13.60� 3 55, Good to prime lambs at 16. I0�&80, common to fair lambs at 3.50�5.40, veal calves at 86.60� 7.50. _ Cincinnati . Common at 16.85�7.70,/air to Good Light at f7.40�7.t0, do packing at 7.75#&d, butchers Al r�9i4 receipt Lisk e him eats a

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