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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 17, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published a Okby thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Your favor solicited. New Philadelphia times the a a times advertising rates. Spach. 1 to. 3 to. 6 to. 1 y . One Inch. $ 1 00 $ 2 00 $3 00 $ 5 00 three inches. 2 00 5 00 50 15 00 six inches. 3 00 7 .50 12 50 22 .50 half column. 5 00 12 50 22 50 40 00 one column. 8 00 22 50 40 00 75 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday january it 1889. Number 4. Business directory. John w. Nixon m. D., physician and surgeon. Office South Broadway in the building formerly occupied by . Tinker. 51yl t c. Parks m. D., physician and surgeon. All Calls Day night prompt answered. Office in the Patrick building. South Broadway. Residence two doors South c amp p depot. 49 prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office in the Mclane Block new Philadelphia. Ohio. John s. Graham attorney at Law and notary Public new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business promptly attended to in Tuscarawas and adjoining counties. Offlee up stairs opposite court House North Broadway. 47f1 j h. Booth 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 Samuel Moore. Attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Hummel Block second floor. J Oseph p. Murphy a livery amp feed stable p1iillipsburuh, Ohio. First class rigs for All purposes. Of Floe and stable near Railroad depo. Oct. 25. 44nrt Bucklen Warnaca a Jvn. The Best Salve la the world for cuts bruises Fores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures pole i no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat Sal Actton Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by . Miller a son. 6y2 Babcock Hurd amp co., wholesale grocers 106 amp 108 water St., Cleveland. P. Ii. Babcock ii. Hurd jr., Babcock ii. A. Bishop Mcclelland ii urd wholesale agents for the Union Coffee co., limited new York for the Sale their celebrated Alaroma and Bunola brands roasted Coffee. 24yl the Gilsey House new Philadelphia. Ohio. 11. Minn is proprietor. The House has been newly furnished throughout. Pleasant rooms table first class. Prices moderate. Bus to and from the cars. Good livery in connection with the House. 45yl t. W. Mcdermott d. V. S., honorary graduate the Ontario veterinary College Canada treats All diseases Domestic animals. Surgery a specially. Horse dentistry neatly done. Carious Teeth removed. It pays to keep a horses Teeth in Good condition. Spavins and ringtones Best treated by the actual cautery. Calls by Telegraph otherwise promptly an swered. Office Over Routzen Heiser a drug store new Philadelphia. Ohio 4yl steam engines boilers and machinery. Engines and boilers for Mill shop farm in every size and style desired and suit every purpose. Saw Mills and Wood working and feed Mills shafting pulleys belting and Mill supplies. Also a Large lot Good second hand engines and other machinery very cheap. Harmes machine depot. 97 a 99 first ave., Pittsburgh a. 48yl Money to loan first mortgage farm Security at Low rates interest. Loans Only taken r three years More and for sums 81.000 and upwards. Privilege making partial payments $100 More Loans granted and Extension time Given when interest is kept up promptly. No commission and no charges for recording mortgages. For further particular and information address we. U. Ross. Get i agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. 42m�, october 11, 18ss. Notice Sale desperate claims. The undersigned will sell at pub-1 lie auction at 2 clock p. My a saturday december 22d, 1888, at the Post office building in Ragersville Ohio the desperate claims belonging to the estate Jacob Krebs jr., deceased. Terms Cash. Abraham Youngen administrator Jacob Krebs . M. V. Ream attorney. 49w4 cheap excursions. Por the he lie lit thou looking for new locations investments semimonthly excursions have been arranged at one fare for the round trip to All Points in Dakota and Minnesota. Tickets fit enus and Good for to Days. For a is and further particulars address c h. Warm a general passenger in a agent St. Paul Minn. A Ali Tab co to Montana via the St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Ray a magnificent daily train service a the Montana will be inaugurated november 10, 1888. Elegant dining cars drawing room sleepers handsome Day coaches a and free colonist sleepers with Kitchen and lavatory. The Only line to the three great cities Montana for maps and general information inquire your own ticket age to f. I. Whitney. Gen l Pas. And Tkv tags to St. Paul Minnesota. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday january 17, 1889. Hummel Bloch second floor fast High St. Population new Philadelphia 4,500 the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.sl.00 if not paid within three m0 8 1.50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 49addres8 All matter intended for publication. To the times. The government has instituted suit against the Northern Pacific Railroad co., for Timber stolen by the corporation. Between five six million dollars Are involved. The Volcano Kilauea one the Sandwich islands and which has been dormant since March 1886, has broken out again. The contract for the construction the merchants Bridge across the Mississippi at St. Louis has been let to the Union Bridge company St. Louis for $1,100,000. General Weaver Iowa kept the House representatives in a deadlock All last week because the opposition to his Oklahoma Bill which he is striving to pass. A Compromise was finally made. If the Republican pot boils and foams much More it May cause a a a Guitteau a to Rise up and proclaim himself a Public Benefactor by removing the president. It is the Ohio element that is foaming most this time. The scandinavians in Walsh county Dakota Are reported in a starving condition account the loss their crops this season from Frost. The recent settlers Are suffering worse than the older ones As they were poor when they came and had not accumulated much. That foul mouthed Ingalls who slandered the president and mrs. Cleveland was not recognized by the president in giving invitations to his state dinner As had always been the custom with the official who occupied the position now occupied by Ingalls. Served him right the Republican papers throughout the land indicated a severe spasmodic attack from fear when president Cleveland planted his foot Canadian outrages lest the country might be thrown into War and now the howl is still More painful because the administration does not jump to Germany for fancied outrages committed by German vessels at Samoa. Such inconsistent editors should go and soak their Heads. Or. Hiram Robinson Cincinnati Well known among Ohio newspaper men and once connected with the Cincinnati enquirer died Friday last aged about 80 years. He served two terms As librarian state Library at Columbus. In 1845 he published the Washington Capitol a fearless democratic journal noted for the bold manner in which he directed the Public to a look to the Senate a he was a genial gentleman Well known to the writer this paragraph. Frank Hatton and Beriah Wilkin have bought the Washington and it is understood that h is to be run As a Republican paper hereafter. The Post was started As a democratic paper about ten years ago and has been democratic most the time since though very often disagreeing with the political management the party. Or. Wilkin is the present democratic representative from the Tuscarawas District Ohio but will be out office after the 4th next March. He is to be the business manager the paper. Or. Hatton is to be the editor in Cadiz Republican. A can it be possible that Hon. Beriah Wiki is going to verify the charges made against him by Many newspapers the state Ohio. Wallace h. Phelps editor the Alliance Leader has commenced suit for 15000 in criminal libel against Joseph w. Gillespie editor the Standard re View. The libel consists in the statement that Phelps offered to a a Flop during the late presidential contest for a consideration. J. W. Coulter is Phelps Chr Onule. Or. Phelps was formerly connected with a paper in canal Dover. This was a very severe Campaign editors As there was so much a a Boodle afloat and it is not surprising that it tempted sow editors. This course we say in an abstract Way for we know nothing the aforesaid circumstance. Kansas City Star the Republican track senator Quay is Given the a right Way and no questions Are asked. In National politics his opinion is sought and his advice followed. In his own state he was allowed to organize the legislature As he wished. There has not been a time in the history the country when any one Man has been so supreme with his party in controlling its methods in his own state and in the nation As senator nay is to Day. In Pennsylvania he has passed the camerons and he leads in the National Republican councils. One May not Admire his methods but the modesty with which he bears himself under his Success is commendable. Year give any other Ordinary Man with a corrupt heart the Money Quay controlled and he too will corrupt Enogh a a floaters to carry a National election. Well May it be said a a fat my Dastie my . Mrs. Jay Gould died the night the 13th inst. Death Levels the Rich with the poor. Wealth ends with the grave. Or. Eli Benfer says the Tuscarawas Democrat is wrong in speaking him As a candidate for state senator. He admits that he will be a candidate for the House representatives. On Friday and saturday nights last week great masses Rock fell from the precipice the Horseshoe Falls at Niagara shaking All the neighbouring houses and changing the form the Falls. There were 144 persons lynched in tie United states last year and those 101 were in the South. Of the entire number All were males but one sixty seven were Whites seventy four were negroes and three indians. Congress will be urged to provide for taking a Complete enumeration the surviving veterans the War the rebellion including names age residence length services and the commands under which they served. General Harrison is building his cab intent just As Solomon old built his Temple. A there was no sound tools . Yes but there was plenty a Boob let spent in erecting it All the same. The report the state mine inspector will show that the 235 accidents in the state last year 44 were in Stark county 25 in Perry 22 in Jackson 20 in Athens 19 in Tuscarawas 17 in Carroll 16 in Belmont 11 in Hocking 9 each in Columbiana and Meigs 7 in Guernsey and Trumbull 6 in Jefferson 4 each in Medina Coshocton and Wayne 2 each in Mahoning Muski Ngum Summit and Linton and 1 each in Gallia Lawrence and Portage. Doings the week. Last Friday night while r. B. Moore insurance agent this place was passing through Newark a b. &0. Train homeward bound some miscreant fired a pistol Ball through the car window and it passed in close proximity to bobs head Loging in the Wood work at his Side. It was a narrow escape. This made the second time b. It amp Trains have been fired into at that place within a Herald. The commissioners have contracted with the electric Light company for three arc lamps for the court House one to be located at each the two great doors and the third in the clock Standard. Electric Light would be a decided improvement to our court House but we must first have the Plant established. Why not new Philadelphia keep up with such towns As Coshocton let a company be organized. Hon. G. W. Crites is now the partner . Scott in the reporter office. There is no doubt but what . Crites will 3dd strength to the paper As he is a genial fellow and has Many friends and the firm will thereby draw a Large Field patronage. By. Scott has done Well with the reporter but his physical Powers is no longer equal to the great task both editing and managing a newspaper. The reporter now presents a very neat appearance. We wish the new firm Success. A Larue Man retiring a few evenings ago found a Man under his bed. The under the bed fellow failed to give any More satisfactory explanation than that he wanted to see whether the occupant the room said his prayers before he went to bed. This not being considered sufficient he was bound Over to answer in a Legal Way. They say women Are the Only ones who Ever look under the bed but the Larue incidents proves that some men have the same weakness and we May expect the habit to become More general Richwood Gazette. Race prejudice runs higher and hotter at the North among All classes than it Ever did could at the Constitution. To which the new York Herald responds with Frozen truth a yes and the reason is the negro is closely related to your general Progress while in the North he is simply the plaything the Campaign. We the Republican a we a Are excruciatingly in love with him just before the election but after that we invariably spell his name with two is. Every four years we take off our hats to him. This spasm virtue lasts about three months. During the next three years and nine months he can a go hang for ought we it is social Economy at the South it is politics at the North. Strange but True. 1 have been under . Salmi a treatment for deafness the past two months i was very hard hearing and for the time i have been under treatment i have improved to a remarkable degree so much so that i can hear almost As Well As Ever and am still improving cannot recommend the doctor too highly. Mary Wilmoth 74 years old. Kenton Ohio dec. 24,1888. 4w4 murdered by a negro. The times office is the place to get fancy Job work done. It is reported in London that a ring is being formed in the Cotton thread business. Subpoenas have been served for about sixty witnesses to appear before the grand jury this week. John a. Buchanan is lying seriously ill stomach trouble. Hopes Are still entertained for his recovery. A Man named Gavin who took a farm from which the tenant had been evicted has been shot at Claire Ireland. Whist club no. 3, will meet at the residence r. Horning and wife East Avenue Friday evening this week. Schoenbrun Lodge i. O. O. F. Will have a Public installation offices next monday night january 21. Grand master Ohio will be present. The funeral Owen Brown son John Brown Osawatomie and last survivor the harpers ferry affair occurred at Pasadena Cal. Madam Rumor says the wedding miss Annie Patrick and . Joseph Blick Unsderfer Missouri will take place this evening thursday. Or. Foster a former resident this City was brought irom his late Home in Tennessee to this place for burial sunday last by his son George Foster. Or. And mrs. John c. Donahey entertained in handsome style a number invited guests tuesday evening. Splendid repast was served and a very enjoyable evening was spent. Mrs. Huston Hay new Philadelphia o., will open a millinery store in the front part the room now occupied by e. Mcdonald Schina store in the near Standard. Mrs. Jesse butt entertained a number quite aged ladies saturday last. Among the number were Catharine Meese aged 85 years auntie Kemp aged 82, and Mary Matlock aged 81 years. The paper company this City Are putting in some extensive improvements in their Mill. Two new engines and other machinery Are being put in. The Mill will soon be in first class condition and ready for operation. The late w. J. Patterson this City was insured in the National Union. Last week the new Philadelphia Lodge paid Over to the widow and children beneficiaries the sum $4,000. This is a reliable insurance institution. The largest opium and chinese seizure made puget sound w. T., for several months was made thursday night when nearly five thousand dollars Worth opium and twelve chinamen were captured in the British Sloop Emerald near the Mouth port discovery Bay. We notice in our exchanges that Steps Are being taken in several counties to better the condition the roads by hiking them. The Long wet spell and miserable condition the roads As a consequence has demonstrated the fact it is better to Bear the expense hiking than to be mud bound. Business men will doubtless Welcome the improvement. The following is a creditable showing business transacted in the c. L. Amp w. Freight and ticket office for the month december 1888 freight received 6,995,971 pounds charges $4,160.27. Freight forwarded 12,150,719 pounds charges $1,314.01. Number tickets sold 1,329 charges $782.50. Grand total 19,146,690 pounds. Charges $6,-256.78. _ the relatives and friends Solomon grim gave him a grand Surprise Friday evening last. It was his 80th birthday anniversary. The Good ladies had prepared an excellent supper and carried it in completely taking the old gentleman by Surprise. A Jolly Good time was had which was Tully appreciated by . Grim. He was the recipient Many handsome presents. He is a Well preserved Man for one his age and is one the old residents the town and bids fair to see several More birthdays. Death John p. Chopin. Birmingham ala., Jan. 13. At Pratt Mills five Miles from this City yesterday mrs. J. Kellan wife a Mechanic and her son Willie years old were murdered by a negro. The woman and boy had been into the Woods a Short distance to drive up the cow. They met a negro who told them he could show them where the cow was. They followed him a Short distance when he turned and struck mrs. Kellan with a heavy club. The boy screamed for help and was immediately brained by the negro. The boy died instantly. Mrs. Kellan was removed to her Home and lived Long enough to describe the murderer and give particulars the Erime As Given above. The negro fled but is being pursued by a posse with blood hounds and will be lynched if caught. So far As known there was no i motive for the crime. Our correspondents. From canal Dover. Personal mention. Or. John p. Chapin one the oldest citizens our City died monday morning last the infirmities old age. Or. Chapin was one the pioneers the town and for Many years one its leading business men. He died at the age 82 years and leaves four sur ving children mrs. C. C. Forney and mrs. Plen Linton canal Dover Are two them. The funeral took place to Day from his residence South Broadway Rev. Cook officiating. Dick soley one our Jolly rolling Mill lads met with quite a serious Accident last week. A piece hot Iron flew into his Eye and we believe . Lewis says there is danger the Eye being destroyed. We Hope nothing so serious May befall Dick As he is a Good boy and Fine Workman. Charley Weaver who we before mentioned As being Home from Idaho a visit seems to have better Luck than Many boys More favored in some ways than he. Wednesday this week there will be a Little ceremony at a place factory Street which will do away with Charleys single blessedness and give him a Pergament partner. The lady is a Nice neat plucky Little girl and a a Chawley is to be congratulated. About eleven clock sunday night the citizens Dover were aroused by the clanging the fire Bell which to those who have had experience with fires is always More less startling. Upon investigation it was found that the Fine new dwelling House fourth Street belonging to Henry w. Enck was one mass flames. The House was occupied by John Williams who losses nearly All his worldly goods himself wife and a Boarder having barely time to escape with their lives in their night clothes. The House is a total loss amounting to about $900.00. Insurance $600.00. Or. Williams looses about $400.00 wort i personal property which is a hard blow As he is a Man Small Means. He is a quiet sober and industrious Man and the charitably disposed can make no mistake in his Case. Tiow the fire originated is not known and the lateness the hour made it improbable that any one would see it soon. There was some hitch in the working the fire engine for which some one is responsible and whoever that some one May be precautions should be taken that it does not happen again. On monday evening this week a dispute arose Between one Frank Lloyd and a a match a Burkel who for a Short time past has been acting As bar keeper for a a Kesler a Scheu. Lloyd claimed he had ordered but two Beers Burkle demanded pay for four and in the dispute that arose Burkel ordered Lloyd out the place. Lloyd did not go Quick enough to suit Burkel and he grabbed a club kept behind the counter and started to enforce his order when Lloyd threw a Beer Glass at burkely a head with All his Force happily missing him and breaking the Glass into Small pieces against the partition. Burkel then forcibly ejected Lloyd. About an hour after that Lloyd went Back to the Saloon with a Friend and ordered two glasses Beer which Burkel refused to give him. More hard language followed during which time Burkel took a Large revolver from the Back bar in Plain sight Lloyd. After a Little Lloyd and his Friend started out Burkel and his father Jacob Burkel who was present soon followed them out for some purpose but they had no More than struck the pavement before both them were hit by some hard object thrown by some one with great Force. Young Burkel was the least injured the two and regained his feet and senses first seeing Lloyd running West factory Street he took after him and near Ricksecker a Corner second Street he fired two shots from the revolver at Lloyd who dodged Down the Alley at the next Corner ran into the Green front drugstore the Back Way and gave himself up. The younger Burkel who had done the shooting ran up second Street and Jacob Burkel went to . Lewis to get his head sewed up. Young Burkel was arrested by Deputy marshal Keyser a charge shooting with intent to kill lodged against him j to which he plead not guilty waived an examination and submitted to let a bound Over to appear at court. Bond was promptly furnished but in what amount we did not learn. Lloyd in the mean time had been taken to the cooler to be dealt with in the morning he being More less intoxicated. A charge assault with intent to kill was later lodged against Lloyd by the elder Burkel before a Squire Hostetler who put the warrant into the hands Constable Goodman to be served after Lloyd shearing before the mayor for drunkenness anti disorderly conduct. To and behold in the morning the cooler was empty Lloyd was gone and a thereby hangs a a continued in our a it never Rains but it pours in this place so to keep up the reputation the town we had to have another fight this evening. Conrad Streb an old Exsa Loon keeper and David Keener who lives East town were the participants. At this late hour we cannot learn particulars but we saw . Streb for a few moments and he had a Cut the top his head fully four inches in length which looked As though it was made by a Sharp instrument. Both his eyes were Black and Blue and we left him trying to borrow a revolver to shoot somebody. Or. Lewis took him in hand and we presume will Patch him up Good and new. Whiskey wine and Beer at the Bottom All our troubles and it is really no wonder that Many people demand that the drinking places shall go. Grafton. A wedding Bells. Last wednesday january 9th, at noon the Home mrs. Sarah Swaren Ger was the scene a quiet wedding. The youngest daughter miss Edith was United in marriage . M. Ilo Opengart Ner this place. A very few the select friends the family and the relatives were All that witnessed the ceremony. The Bride was the recipient Many useful and Beautiful prents. She was attired in Corn coloured Satin and the Groom in conventional Black. Rev. Keys the m. E. Church performed the ceremony. The Brothers the Bride Mathew and Dawson left monday afternoon for their Home fort Worth Texas. They made Many warm friends who very much regret their departure especially one our most worthy Broadway Belles. Relief models the Moon the scale ninety Miles to the Inch Are being made in London by . H. F. Brion. The population mrs. Horning is visiting her daughter mrs. Arthur Demuth Toledo. Mrs. Abraham Knisely Chicago is visiting relatives and friends in this City. Miss Lissa Corey Uhrichsville was the guest miss Eva Amos this week. Or. W. Smith and wife canal Dover Sun Dayed with his sister mrs. Moore. Or. Spence Flushing is visiting his parents James Spence and wife fair Street. Miss Minnie Dempster Uhri Clis Ville visited miss Emma Burri Over sunday. Miss Eva Amos and miss Corey Uhrichsville spent last saturday in canal Dover. John Arnold and wife Zanesville Are visiting her parents i Gintz and wife in this City. Scientific miscellany. . Mcelroy and wife Fremont Are visiting his parents in this City . And mrs. Joseph Mcelroy this week. The misses Joe and Allie Espich Uhrichsville two accomplished Young ladies were the guests . And mrs. A. Beyer this week. W. Ii. Hunter one the editors the Steubenville Gazette visited the father mrs. Hunter w. C. Browne West High Street last week. Or. I. L. Bedinger special pension examiner and wife left monday for Eaton rapids Michigan. Or. B. And his amiable wife made hosts friends in town who Are sorry to lose them so soon. Many people suppose that the x in Xmas represents the Cross and wonder that it is not written Mas. The x however has nothing to do with the Cross. It is the greek letter Chi corresponding to Chin our language and is the initial letter in the greek name Christos but we have no Type in the greek alphabet to reproduce it Christ. The Fords Christ Mas were written Xmas before Christmas became one word and Liis use the x is almost As old As christianity . Uve a. In x 3�3 id. Or. Harris and miss Lula Shull this City were married wednesday evening last. Baltic o., Jan. 11, 1889, by Rev. Wilson Yeisley . William a. Burkey Baltic and miss Mary Kuren Cleveland Or. . Brown son w. C. Brown and miss Minnie Lytle daughter a. J. Lytle both this City were married wednesday evening last at the Home the brides parents by Rev. J. R. Keys. Miss Minnie is an accomplished Young lady and has been a teacher in the Union schools this place for several years. Or. Brown is a promising Young Man and is employed in the City Bank. He has just completed a Beautiful dwelling West fair St., and the Happy couple will soon take up their residence there. We wish them a world happiness. Died. A remarkable Alloy. The chief peculiarities manganese steel which has for a considerable time been subjected to English Experiment Are its great hardness and toughness the effect upon it water quenching and its resistance magnetic influence. The hardness the cast material is greatest when the manganese is in the proportion about five per cent and least at ten per cent becoming gradually greater As this percentage is exceeded. When hardest the material cannot be worked in a lathe though it seems soft when tested by hammering and at the softest it requires fifteen Twenty times As Long for working As Ordinary steel. Instead being hardened by plunging when hot into water this steel is toughened in an extraordinary degree and perhaps slightly softened. Suitably tempered it can be drawn into wire capable sustaining More than 100 tones per Square Inch. It is a poor conductor heat and electricity and is practically unaffected by the Magnet. Ships built from it would cause no deviation the Compass. Vibrations. Offers old sacrifice. The Man who must marry still receiving proposals and now replies to his fair devotees. Isaac g. Carr in. M. At port Washington died last thursday consumption aged 71 years. He was highly respected by the Community. Thomas Mccarthy died suddenly heart disease at his Home in this City last thursday aged 69 years. He was buried in the Catholic cemetery in canal Dover last saturday. Or. 11. A. Bertolett Leetonia <>., brother in Law . Holland Kurtz this place died monday morning consumption. Or. Kurtz and son Wilber left the Early train tuesday morning for Leetonia. Or. Bertolett ranked among the Foremost in his profession Ami was respected by All who new him. Mrs. Lydia Renneker died january 6, 1889, aged 76 years 10 months and 15 Days. She was born in Frederick county Maryland february 22d, 1812, and was married to John Renneker october 30, 1838, and was the Mother eight children seven sons and one daughter whom the husband three sons and the daughter survive to mourn the loss a kind and Loving Mother. One the most striking conceptions modern physics is that matter is externally trembling with vibrations to the variations which Are due our sensations. Vibratory Law said . C. C. Haskins in a recent thoughtful paper lies at the very Bottom All veg table and animal life. To it we Are indebted for All that is Beautiful in Art and in nature. It gives us All our magnetic and electrical action. It actuates our telegraphs and our telephones the fire alarm and the electric Light. Our batteries would be powerless without it. Nay More without these minute movements which pervade the entire universe there would be neither heat nor Light nor color. The stars would cease to Shine and the Sun would be a Blank invisible. The Earth would refuse to move All sound would cease darkness and death and chaos would instantly succeed to the present Beautiful creation. Flames from water. It seems rather paradoxical to speak water As an exc Tant combustion yet . Brereton Baker showed the London chemical society in 1882 that Carbon Burns less freely in dried than in moist oxygen. Continuing his researches the same investigator has found that selenium tellurium arsenic and Antimony Burn with equal readiness in dry and moist oxygen but that the combustion Carbon Sulphur Boron and both the red and yellow modifications phosphorus is greatly modified by the about moisture present. Some oxidation took place in All cases but its extent varied with the degree dryness the substances and no flame appeared when most the moisture had been excluded. Yellow phosphorus was obtained such purity that it did not even glow 111 dried oxygen though the addition water caused rapid combustion. World i Engli a. The great advantage claimed by . A. Melville Bell for English As the Universal language is the simplicity its Grammer which makes English immeasurably Superior to every form artificial language As Well As to other National tongues. The various moods and tenses declensions and conjugations which Burden other grammars have practically no existence for us. Or. Bell advocates further simple Flea Day january 9, 1889. Although the Ann Arbor Michigan. James l. Babcock the Young Man who will be heir to $500,000 his uncles property Here provided he marries within five years is still receiving letters from anxious Young ladies who Are willing to sacrifice themselves. His daily mail is larger than that any one business firm in the City and is made up almost exclusively White envelopes. Or. Babcock has had to employ a Secretary whose Only duty is to tile love missives and Luis kept Busy. Or. Babcock has issued the following to the ladies who have sent him letters a a my thanks to the Marriageable ladies the City the Straits also port Huron Lansing grand rapids Jackson Chicago Philadelphia Cincinnati and new York for the High compliment paid to an Humble person like myself by those who kindly sympathize a and a propose a change state a the All important subject dear to every mind that is Matrimony. They Are perfectly willing to consummate a bargain at once a As one letter says. A in All kindness let me say that i have placed your letters offers with photos tile and will consider each ones elms and accomplishments. 1 must have a Little time to consider so important a subject As you make known your desire with abrupt and sudden avowal and Are offended and Hurt and indignant perhaps that i do not respond at once to a love that i never suspected. Doubtless my extreme diffidence would have kept me in the ranks the Benedicts for Many months to come had not kind Fortune relieved me the necessity a popping the question a myself but have the same popped at me. Wishing All a Happy new year especially those Detroit i remain sincerely yours a. Babcock. In the foregoing the quoted words Are expressions taken from the letters received by the much besieged Young Man. Obit nary. Died at her residence six Miles West new Philadelphia sunday Jan. 6th, 1889, mrs. Mary Stucky wife Benedick Stucky deceased her Maiden name was Schneider. She was Horn at Zei Nigen Obe Ramt Urath Wurttemberge Europe in 1835. She emigrated to America with the rest the family 111 the year 1850. In the year 1859, she was United in the holy Bonds Matrimony with Benedick Stucky and emigrated to Minnesota where they endured the toils and privations Frontier life for six years often in danger their lives he the frequent attacks the indians. They returned to Ohio in the year 1864. Since which time they resided mostly m Tuscarawas county. She was deprived her earthly staff pilgrimage in the person her husband in 1881. There were Given unto them ten children nine whom Are yet living and mourn her death. The deceased was a devout member the German reformed Church and was a firm and devoted Christian As a wife she was an exemplary one As a Mother she was Loving and kind and her loss is bitterly Felt by the Community. During her last typhoid fever she was patient and bore her troubles without a murmur. She was tenderly taken care by her Loving children until death set in the above Date and carried her off through paralysis the heart. The funeral took place wednes Patrick a dream. Tion however by removing grammatical irregularities using instead a children a a go Oder instead a better a etc., a More orderly spelling and improving the alphabet so As to give a letter for each sound. Moiny towns. Of new Philadelphia is about 4,500, and we would say at least one half Are troubled with some affection the Throat and lungs As those complaints Are according to statistics More numerous than others. We would advise All our readers not to neglect the Opportunity to Call their druggist and get a bottle Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs. Trial size free. Large bottles 50c and $1. Sold by All druggists. The handsomest lady in new Philadelphia remarked to a Friend the other Day that she knew Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs was a Superior remedy As it stopped her cough instantly when other remedies had no effect whatever. So to prove this and convince you its Merit any druggist will give you a Sample bottle free. Large size 50 cents and $1. From upper Stone Creek. Received too late for last week. Or. Editor a perhaps a few lines from this Vicinity would be interest to some your Many readers. There has been considerable Siek nes and a few deaths Here recently. The following persons have passed the River Jordan an infant j. Mizer . And Lect and also the wife John Rennecker were Laid to rest in one week in Evans Creek cemetery. Henry Roush from Dakota is visiting his Many friends in this neighbourhood. He says he intends to spend the Winter in a warmer climate than Dakota. Charles Wassom Lias skipped by the Light the Moon to dig Coal. Peter Webel is again in our midst course his Best girl is a great attraction. The literary society is moving finely. The question for next tuesday evening is resolved that the american people should be More ashamed than proud themselves. Mrs. Fred. Zimmers was greatly surprised last monday it being her 55th birthday. In the morning she ordered her daughter to go to washing and about 9 clock she noticed somebody coming toward the House. Of course she was not prepared to receive visitors and tried to make her escape but was overpowered and an explanation made. They kept coming until they numbered about forty. She is the Mother twelve children seven sons and five daughters. They were All present except two sons who reside in Canton. The Day was a most enjoyable one Long to be remembered by All present. Macks. The common method showing the slow changes level the land is by recording at intervals the height Marks sea coasts As compared with the surface line the Ocean. A More striking exhibition the instability the eternal Hills has been observed in the Jura mountains where villages that were invisible to each other at the beginning the Century even thirty forty years ago have come into View through the movement the ground. The roofs appeared first then the upper part the Walls As in the villages Douciere and Marigny near Lake chaplain. Even within ten fifteen years important changes have been noted. Elm la. An old Story. Three travellers once camped at dark far out from All the shanties one was an irishman from Cork and two were cunning Yankees. Their scant provisions had run out Only one loaf was left them that All must starve they had no doubt if shared around among them the Yankees thought that two could live to reach the big Blue River they some plan could but contrive to eat the loaf together. This plan they took As it would seem. As each Lay his Blanket the two that dreamed the biggest dream should take the loaf and eat it. When morning came one Yankee said he dreamed a Large turnip and saw a regiment Parade a Neath a single Leaf it the other dreamed he saw a pot so Large and Roomy was it a thousand Sueh turnips he thought could boil at once within it. Now Pat said they lets have your dream we know you cannot boat it Well eat the loaf and reach the Stream and leave you in the desert. A each sure a said Pat a a i drained a 1 drained Thot 1 was Hoon Gry and Faith i got up in me Schlape and ate the loaf Hape w. From i \ ans vai.1,1 \. Times Are very Dull now in the country. The daughter . And mrs. Mizer died the 2d inst., and was buried the 4th, in Evans Valley cemetery. She was one year and ten months old. Or. Jacob in dig an aged citizen , died the 3d inst., and was interred in Evans Valley cemetery the Otic inst. Elizabeth wife John Rennecker died january 5th, Ami was Laid to rest m Evans Valley cemetery the 8th instant. Father Grimm is the sick list but is slowly recovering. He will he seventy five years old in april next and yet our Valley has older men than ii. Or. Len. Zimmer Dafne Home from Canton the other Day for a visit with his wife. The Miller Brothers have moved their saw Mill to the farm Frederick Grimm. They will have two log Yards in our Valley and Are doing a flourishing business. Jacob Stephan is getting ready to build a new dwelling House. Fred was sem will do the Stone work and he is a Good Mechanic too and John Wolf from Baltic will do the Carpenter work. John is the Man to do Good work. Ferocious rodents. Attu it k York. Human lift at Ellenville now a sleeping 15ahe tie victim to Weir famished state. The transition from Long lingering and painful sickness to robust health Marks an epoch in the life the individual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory and the Agency whereby the Good health has been attained is gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so much is heard in Praise electric bitters. So Many feel they owe their restoration to health to the use the great alterative and tonic. If you Are troubled with any disease kidneys liver stomach Long Short standing you will surely find Relief by use electric bitters. Sold at 50c and $1 per bottle. Electric condensation Strain. A variation . O. J. Lodges experiments the electric deposition dust has been tried by m. Soret Geneva. Steam submitted the electric discharges was instantly precipitated and when the pole the electric machine was sufficiently near the surface the water the other pole being attached to the Platinum cup used for the boiling the steam was condensed As rapidly As formed presenting the anomaly stainless boiling water. i Joaos put pain5 Taiqi Iff Poff Soj Esq aug a Unoo Obj Ioco 3upq3y Puu to juju Job a woj Buzio pubs Usui to air to a a Juno Obj i Avo Job to uni Caqaj Apffel v sbqsb9ub\j Sunipa Aeq eight building lots 33x132, West end for Sale cheap. John a. Himes. Iw3 weather was very unfavourable quite a number friends and relatives gathered to pay their last respects to one they loved. Rev. Moritz Noll Ragersville officiated. He delivered a very instructive Sermon upon the words Christ to his disciples recorded in St. John 16 7. A it is expedient for you that i go May she rest in peace. Com. Ecological associations. The geological society London was established in 1807, and now has about 1450 members. The geological society Dublin came into existence in 1832 that Edinburgh in 1834 France in 1830 Germany in 1848. The first International geological Congress met at Baris in 1878, and decide d to assemble regularly every third year in different cities the world. The geological Section the american association for the advancement science was formed in 1849, and the organization the american geological society will Date from the meeting at Ithaca n. Y., Dee. 27, 1888. The a death chair a instead the scaffold and the hemp Cord is to he the doom murderers after the first january sentenced to death penalty. A diagram the chair shows rather a complicated affair but tax explanation is that operation from the time the criminal seats himself until the switch is turned should not exceed fifteen seconds. A Stout wooden chair with leather hands capable rapid tightening by Means buckets a cloth for veiling the face and a cushioned head rest Are the common place appliances. An alternating electric current 3,000 volts from a Dynamo is applied to the condemned Many a head with the result instant death. The plan has been approved by the Medico Legal association As its recommendation to the authorities charged with inflicting the death . World. An anti Trust kill. , n. Y., Jan. 12 owing to the heavy Rains late water rats have been driven to seek Refuge in barns out houses wherever they could find shelter from the pelting rain and a it Sisil. S torrent. A great regiment Oili i rodents that make their h us along the Banks the Sci Ewaine a Llu Ison canal sought Refuge one Day a it e Nutly in an out House adjoining the p. Mises a Man named Simpson who i sides North Here a Knoll close by where a landslide occurred some to Imago. Becoming hungry the rats left the out House and bodily invaded the dwelling attacked a babe that was lying asleep in a Cradle. The Mother rushed to the infant and tried to d rive off the ferocious rats were to they at once fiercely attacked her. The woman a screams attracted the attention it Harles Jones who has charge the mail and express coach running Between Hen and Kingston. Seizing his whip joins dashed into the House and a Horny la ight met his gaze. Hundreds hungry rats with gleaming eyes were jumping wildly at a woman who held a bleeding infant aloft in her left Arm while with the other she tried ineffectually to a a Broom the Sharp lunged rodents that were climb ipg Over her garments to Glt t at the child. A it was a blood curdling sight a Jones says a and one which i shall never forget. I snapped my whip at the rats but not until a great dish hot ashes and coals were thrown Over t my did they pretend to but at a Retreat. 1 made Good use my whip watching meanwhile to see that nothing was in danger igniting from the Road that were scattered lavishly about. One Gray Veteran returned Over and Over again to the charge but 1 finally gave him such a Cut with my whip that lie too disappeared to return no both Mother and babe were severely bitten and scratched. The wounds hied profusely but no serious results have followed thus far. Lincoln neb., Jan. 12. An anti Trust Bill has been introduced in the House. It is a Bill for an act to declare unlawful combinations in restraint Trade productions manufactures to punish persons associations and corporations engaged therein and to repeal an act already in Force that has failed to reach the desired results in the last two years. It is stringent in provisions against pools and Aims to prevent Pool prices for Grain hogs Stock any kind for shipment. It will be the test Bill the session. A tar i it in knt a unit . One month ago . Moritz Salm the Germania Eye ear nose and Throat infirmary Columbus Ohio operated my right Eye for Cataract. I was Blind totally Blind for 12 years and today i can read and write again. Can see hundreds Yards away in fact can Sec As Good As when i was a boy. For All this thanks to the doctors successful operation. J. W. Torrence 62 years old. Bell Center Logan co., dec. 24. 4w4 two train. you think taking a Western trip going West if so write to John Laughlin travelling passenger agent Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul railway 217 East Baltimore Street Baltimore for maps and other printed matter. Name the place Section country you desire to visit and you will be furnished with the lowest rates fare by the Best route running fast trains Vestibule a and steam heated. 4w5

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