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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - April 1, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia / / volume Philadelphia o., thursday april 1, 1886. Number new Philadelphia Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson editor. Thursday april 1, 1880. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. Cd tie new times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following plates one year Cash in <>0 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to t lie address the proprietor. 4a address All matter intended for publication to the newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he has ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without informing tin publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible Quot notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to directory. District. Wilkins state . W. Crites j. Dance j. S. Pearce common pleas judges. County. Reprise native. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney a. W. Yeagley a. F. Wilkins a. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey j. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann s. Rufer .9 w. K. Lash 11. Benner .0. Ii. Hoover j. Wherley 8 w. Rogers l. Krantz Sec City. Daniel James h. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Marshal Street commissioner Council we. Campbell. I Andrew justices. Names. Townships. Daniel Krebs. James w Sleuth George Bear. Isaac cents. Henry Deible. Jacob Kreig. Henry Vanlehn j h Banks. Daniel Haas. John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Samuel Moore. T b Rankin. L s Winsch. F r Berkshire. S y Renneker. L s Mckinney. We e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J 11 Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. To Stocker. T ii Mozena. Joseph Lealen. Chas f Davis. C c ferns i. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos 11 Hostetler Nicoli Montag. Wesley m Tracy John 15 Jones. Hiram Man. David Breymeir. Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles 11 Ellers John w Lillie. Hugh t Minnis. C a Kinsley. P ii Kuhn. A s Wagner. Clay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Hover. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. 8alem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Post office. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. A Tippecanoe a Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomers town Strasburg. Lingers i lie. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. N e w come r s town Black band. directory. every sunday at 10 to a. In. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 0 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 110 a. And7o�?Tclock . Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. G Erm a n Reform i no every sunday at it 30 a. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 0 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 it. On the first sunday morning service each month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 0 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. every Sun-10 j0 a. And 7 clock . Prayer g every wednesday night. Sunday lit 9 15 a. directory. chapter. No. 38,11. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Linail City Block. O. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. L. Ilya in a . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. A. E. Beck. W. Duncan k. Of 11. And s. I. 0. O. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows f. Kislig n. G. I. A. Correll ree. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge. No. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Lylall. City Block. Stemp1ifly, n. G. P. Sehl rec. Sec a. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odu Fellows Lylall City Block. C p i. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. O. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Rock. 11. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Buyers commander. Royal Arcanum philos Council meets every first anti third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W h. Miller Regent. A Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. 11. Hall. E. Kaserman pres we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to Bis care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office ver citizens National Bank. The knights Labok. On every hand we hear the knights labor and their work. They have become one the greatest Powers in this country. The order was formed in 1869, at Philadelphia and soon spread until now almost every Hamlet has its local Assembly. In 1878, a convention was called and the general Assembly North America established at which Uriah s. Stevens the founder the order was chosen grand master Workman. None the present officers know How Many members the order has for it is increasing at the rate 150,000 a year so that any Correct calculation is out the question. Any person who stands Well in his Trade above the age 18, whether male female without distinction Creed color whether tradesman manufacturer employer employee May become a member. Not so lawyers Bankers brokers professional gamblers any person who derives a profit from the Sale intoxicating liquors. The executive Board the order is composed the following gentlemen t. V. Powderly grand master Workman Scranton la a. Frederick Turner Secretary and treasurer Philadelphia a. John w. Hayes new Brunswick . W. Ii. Bailey Shawnee Ohio t. B. Barry Saginaw Mich. The executive Board has the Power to order terminate strikes raise order extend Boycotts confers with capitalists and employers and in fact controls the entire organization except when the general Assembly is in session. The executive Board has the entire control the organization and in their several capacities the members Are continually the go from one City to another arranging labor Deli cuties. The salaries paid to the officers Are Small. For instance t. V. Powderly the head the order receives but $1,500 a year . Turner the Secretary and treasurer $1,200, while the other members the executive Board receives but $3 a Day and this Only for those Days during which they attend exclusively to the society a affairs. The order was founded to prevent the encroachment capital labor and How successfully this has been accomplished the record strikes and Boycotts which have been successful proves. The local assemblies govern themselves. They have the Power to Boycott whomever they please in their own District. Boycotting is the most effective weapon the order. Strikes Are less frequently resorted to but they can also be ordered by the local assemblies if they Hope however to obtain Aid from the general Assembly the strike must be legalized. To do this the local Assembly must notify the District Assembly whose officers must investigate the reasons for discontent. Two weeks notice is Given and if in that time the District officers cannot bring about Harmony Between the employer and eni played the strike is legalized after which the financial support the entire District May he worked. If the strike extends to other branches Trade other assemblies and the District is unable to sustain it then an assessment May be Laid the entire organization throughout the world. The Only time such a tax was Laid was during the great Telegraph operators strike and then it was not collected. It is somewhat singular that a Mode proceeding instituted by the peasantry Ireland against a Petty tyrant a Apt. Boycott should not Only prove the most effective weapon that labor has against the encroachment capital but should All add a new word to our vocabulary. The term a a Boycott has come to stay. It has also become the most efficient weapon that the knights labor have to enforce their demands. The executive Board the organization is the most powerful quintette in the United states to Day and it has the Power to order every member the organization to quit work at a moments notice. The head the order is Terrence v. Powderly. He was born in Carbondale pa., january 24,1849. He Learned tin machinists Trade and put in his spare time in educating himself in civil engineering. At the age 19 he joined the machinists and blacksmiths Union Scranton and became its presiding officer. Then years ago he joined the knights labor and became Secretary District Assembly no. 16. He was Active in bringing together the scattering threads the order to form the first general Assembly 1878, and to him is greatly due the phenomenal Success the order. In the great labor movement 1s77, he was made mayor Scranton and afterwards was elected by the democrats and again the Peoples ticket. He has been re elected six times to his present position As the head the knights labor. He is a strict Teet Taler and does not use tobacco in any form. Jefferson Davis the sex president the sex confederacy will deliver a lecture at Montgomery Alabama the first april in behalf a Monument to be erected at that place in memory Alabama soldiers who died in the War. He will Lay the Corner Stone the Monument which is to Cost $30,000. All men who bore a prominent part in the civil and military service the Confederate government have been invited to he present to meet . Davis As also Many prominent men the North and sex Union generals not now in Active service. All the Alabama state troops some thirty companies Strong will he there and invitations will be sent to militia companies All the states North and South. Great interest in the occasion centers in the fact that the porch the Capitol building Jefferson Davis took the oath As president the confederacy and that the Confederate government was there organized. Of the convicts received at the Penitentiary last year 6 have taken a collegiate course 70 have a common school education 128 can read and write 20 can read Only and 17 Are totally illiterate the latter being All coloured men. The religious Faith parents the men As elicited from the men entering is As follows presbyterian 19 methodist 80 roman Catholic 50 Baptist 33 Luthern 15 disciples 7 United Brethren 5 protestant episcopal 9 unitarian Dunkard Quaker and hebrew one each. Twenty two had no religious conviction whatever. Labor in Europe and America. We take the following from Demores to a Magazine for april a your country is favored among All others Earth. There is the keenest distress among the working classes All Over Europe but More particularly in great Britain. The agricultural classes Are suffering abroad because the United states Australia and the East indies can Supply wheat and the other farm products in the markets Europe at a Price that renders Home grown Grain unprofitable. Then since Silver has been de monetized by the commercial world abroad it has so added to the purchasing Power Gold that the Price All commodities it measures have been steadily declining for the last thirteen years. No manufacturer wishes to produce a falling Market and hence the lowering rate wages and the steady additions to the ranks the unemployed working people. The discontent culminated in a riot in London which came very near handing that greatest City the world Over to the mercies a mob. The distress in the British islands among the working people is Universal. We Are Ever so much better off. There is no such a a Boom in this country As there was-in�?T79 and �?T80, but there is so much employment that our working people Are asking for better wages and Shorter hours labor. There Are those who claim that the better state affairs Here is because the coinage the Silver Dollar. England clings to the Gold unit value and will not tolerate Silver except in a subsidiary coinage. But every month we transmute two millions inert Silver Bullion into a Coin that helps to sustain prices and thus make general business profitable hence our Iron Coal Cotton and Woolen industries Are profitable. There is also a building movement unexampled magnitude under Way in All our Large cities. The year 1886 will see More houses built and More Money expended them than any year in the previous history our great cities. There is certainly some reason Why business is so relatively prosperous in the United states As compared with other countries. There is one Happy Corner the Footstool where currency questions Are unknown. The inhabitants the port Hamilton group islands recently purchased by England from Corea Are neither by mentalists nor Mono mentalists. They Are strict no mentalists. Silver and Gold have they none and they Are quite set upon doing without either. They Are equally unfamiliar with paper Money. In Short they know nothing about currency in any form and so far it has been impossible to argue the idea into their Heads. They Are willing to work making roads and Landing places but not for Money. They insist upon being paid for their labor in Rice. An islander who was offered a mexican Dollar and told that he could get Rice for it gave Back the Coin with the pitchy remark that it was a rather Small for a when informed that the Grain was to be got not by actual production hut in the Way Exchange he replied that lie a would take it at once so there would he no need As it was impossible to stand up against such remorseless logic the native went off with the Grain and the european was left with the uncrowned Dollar. Gen. Dubin Ward thus explains the difference Between the democratic and Republican party a the Republican party is a legitimate heir the old federalists and the whigs. They Are instinctively the party men against Money. The Republican party is the natural ally capital and monopoly. The democratic party is the natural ally labor. The Republican party therefore will naturally favor All measures policy financial currency and every other that shall strengthen the hands the moneyed interests. The democracy the other hand will naturally support the rights the Labouring masses against the concentration capital in the hands the few. This is As always has been in every free country As to administrative politics the distinction Between the parties. The one in Europe and America is the aristocratic the other is the democratic party. The one legislates for property the other legislates for men. Now this distinction has been largely overlooked for a Quarter a Century but must become prominent now that Section issues Are a second detachment missionaries 20 in number left new York the 20th to join Bishop Taylor and his party in the Congo country Africa. They carried with them a Small cargo dry goods canned food implements bibles and shooting arms. It will require three months travel to reach their destination. They will be divided into parties two three among the natives at a distance 100 Miles from each other so As to establish a Chain stations across the dark continent. The first party More than a Hundred which left this country a year ago Are reported As doing Well. In the cemetery at Crawfordville ga., a Stone has just been placed Over the grave Harry Stevens who died in 1884. It bears these words a the was for Many years the faithful trusted and beloved body servant Alexander ii. Stephens. Like him he was distinguished for kindness uprightness and Benevolence. As a Man he was honest and True. As a Christian he was Humble and the grave the master is still unmarked by Monument Stone. Just before the outbreak the War. Stonewall Jackson then a professor in the Virginia military Institute at Lexington organized a sunday school for coloured children which is still sustained by leading citizens there. This sunday school has now set foot a subscription for a Monument to Jackson which is meeting with a Lively response among the people Black and White the South. The most touching incident emperor Williams anniversary Day was a pilgrimage the Imperial family to a Little Oak Cradle in which the future emperor Lay just eighty nine years ago. It is still As Good As new and lately did service for the Kaiser a great grandchildren the sons Prince William. The taxpayers Clinton township Knox county Are complaining against the extravagance the trustees who Are charged with pampering the town paupers by providing them with such provider As the following Lemons Boneless Ham Van Foo Ginger snaps pickles cinnamon crackers peaches pears grapes cheese cakes Oatmeal canned oysters Nutmeg prunes Jelly Bologna molasses White fish . The same remarks Are applicable to Goshen township this county. Only a few Days ago a Man entered one the provision stores in this City and presented an order from the trustees for two three dollars Worth provisions. He called for sardines oranges celery Lemons Etc. It has also been charged that a great Many orders have been issued by certain members the Board trustees for the purpose securing votes for their re election. If these assertions Are True it is about time for a halt to be called. At any rate it would he a very proper thing for voters to do before casting their ballots at the coming Spring election to make inquiry regarding this matter and if the charges Are sustained by conclusive proof to vote accordingly. One the great and grinding monopolies Ohio and one that it seems impossible to curb is the school Book firm Van Antwerp Brasco amp co., Cincinnati. Any Man about tiie legislature if lie is so minded can get a very Nice Small Library by asking for it and that without the payment a cent Money. In the Long run parents school children for All these favors and As Many the parents Are poor it would be far better if some system could be established that would take their extra expenses from the Cost books and not use that amount Money As a corrupting in Ress. It has been Only two three weeks ago when several members both Senate and House visited Cincinnati to hear Mary Anderson at the opera House and while there they were wined and dined by this same notorious monopoly Antwerp Bragg amp co., the Book concern. The members were lodged at Elyj Best hotels and fared sumptuously at the hands that company. But As the Asland press very truthfully remarks a parents school children for All these the electric wires have been attached to the poles in the Dennison shops and Yards ready for the illuminating current. The engine has not yet arrived but it is expected every Day and it is thought that by the last next week everything will be in readiness for the Brilliant display. There will be no charge to the Public for witnessing the show provided spectators keep at a re Specif ill paragraph these lights will we Hope he instrumental in decreasing the number accidents that have occurred in the Railroad Yards at that place during the past few years. The Newcomerstown Index says . Archibald Burrell a Well known Farmer in Bethlehem township Coshocton county who is estimated to be Worth some $12,000, turned Over two Bright Little boys aged 5 and 6, the sons his daughter who has separated from her husband Ben. Talmage to the county infirmary because the Board would not him $200 per year for the maintenance the children. They offered him $132, but he refused to accept it and turned his own Little grand sons Over to the poor House. A valued Exchange says most editors Are Well acquainted with the Man a who gets More papers now than lie can read a and consequently has no use for the local paper. He takes the a family journal a published at Portland Maine. It contains All the news about the a a smugglers a last cruise a and while he is storing his mind with such useful information his wife is Reading Back number almanacs. He is also the Man who wants a fifteen line local puffs in your paper just to fill up you know. Persons who have a superstitious dread Friday will not be pleased to learn that this is a thorough Friday year. It came in a Friday will go out a Friday and will have 53 fridays. There Are four months in the year that have five fridays each changes the Moon occur five times Friday and the longest and shortest Day the year each Falls a Friday. The knights labor in this county ought to perfect their organization for there is no telling when they May be called for help in this great War against the encroachments corporations and capitalists. Be in readiness to give Aid to your friends when Aid is required. A powerful enemy confronts you and it will require powerful efforts to beat him Back. The seed wheat sold to Farmers in Northern Ohio at $15 a Bushel As an improved variety proves to have been Only an extra selection Ordinary wheat cleaned and sorted. Cases Are reported in which Farmers sold their wheat to agents the a a companies at $1.10 and afterwards bought the same wheat Hack at $15. A society paper in describing the order in which a bridal party passed Down the Church aisle says a the Bride walked the her this May he All right hut it seems to us that a Church was hardly the place for her to display acrobatic accomplishments. The smallness general Hancock a estate goes to show that there were some generals who were too Busy fighting when the fighting was going to Deal in Cotton cultivate the acquaint Ance the contractors. Gen. Logan a account the first Battle Bull run will appear in the National Tribune april 1st. The general took part in this Battle As a citizen fighting in citizens clothes in the ranks a Michigan regiment. Our old Friend e. P. Wasem was at the a a Hub saturday and dropped a Bright Silver Dollar into our till. He says he likes the times and that All his neighbors up that Way Are going to join our army subscribers. On saturday last marshal Shull arrested one we. Price in this City for insulting ladies the Street. Price is one those a a periodicals Fellows and makes his appearance in new Philadelphia As regular As the Moon changes. He a a Lover a Mountain Dew a rather intelligent but has fallen from Grace. He plead guilty to the charge intoxication was fined $5 and placed in the cooler. On monday marshal Goodwin and Constable Thos. West Dover came Over and claimed Price a state warrant charged with stealing a watch and Chain from John Core a Boarder at the Central House in that place. Price was turned Over to the Dover authorities and now has time to reflect upon the Folly his ways. The voters Crawford county will vote upon the question building pikes. Quite Likely the proposition will suffer defeat. It is unfortunate that the counties in Northern Ohio takes so Little interest in the building Good . The same can to truthfully said Tuscarawas county. In Many localities especially those isolated from our Plain lands the highways Are almost impassable about half the year round. And even the Plains great Good could be accomplished in this direction at Little expense compared with ultimate Good results that would follow. The vote the a a Peoples ticket a at the nomination monday last was As follows mayor. H. T. Minnis. 218 we. Campbell. 57 marshal. Ellis. 12s White. 60 Stine. 71 clerk. Hamilton Skinner. 78 Addison Marsh. 142 treasurer. Henry Schweitzer. 254 no opposition councilmen. Fletcher Douthitt. 252 we. Criswell. 249 John t. Evans. 201 cemetery directors. W. T. Neely. 251 e. A. Deardorff. 151 Peter Dick. 179 Street commissioner. David Johnson. 190 Philip Getzman. 51 wednesday night last week Austin Campbell a married Man who leaves a wife and four children was killed in the handle Railroad Yards at Dennison. He was a switchman and at the time his sudden and horrible death was engaged in coupling cars. One foot caught in a Frog throwing him backward the cars passing Over his body. Part his mangled remains had to he placed in a sack. Or. George Reilley lat the Sherman House this City Sli. Ped his two celebrated horses Hia Toga and Brown chief to Myers Lake Between Canton and Massillon tuesday. We Are sorry to lose . Reilley from our midst. He was a Good citizen with Many warm friends and in connection with his brother Richard kept one the Best hotels in the state. We Hope Success May attend him wherever he May finally permanently locate. Or. I. L. Mitchell dentist has his office Over rafts hardware store in new Philadelphia where he makes the very Best artificial Teeth for $8, $7, and $5.50 per set. Cement fillings. 25c. Silver 50c., and Gold $1.00. Give him a Call. He warrants his work and defies the production better work by any dentist in the state. 14w3 our old Friend . Joseph ditto will he a candidate to night thursday before the democracy As a candidate for nomination As assessor in precinct no. 2. Or. D. Is a worthy old gentleman and we Hope May not Only secure the nomination but receive the endorsement our people irrespective party. William Cambell will offer at Public Sale commencing wednesday april 7th, at 1 clock the furniture the Sherman House and continue from Day to Day until sold. Ninety Days time All sums Over $20. Tuscarawas county paid her auditor last year $1702 probate judge $3520.83 clerk court $1981.98 sheriff $1425.29 recorder $1716.38 prosecuting attorney $1073.74 treasurer $1996.17 commissioners $881.25, $1032.78, $840.65, now is the season when pretty maids from Rural regions inscribe their address an egg hoping thereby to open ii a correspondence with the guileless susceptible clerk who handles the Hen fruit. A scientific journal claims that nothing will improve a woman a complexion like Early rising. This May he True hut every woman knows that for immediate result a powder rag is not to be sneered at. A special car with Railroad officials representing the c. A p. Company arrived in n. P. On wednesday last week. The object the visit was to locate a switch from the Branch Road to the rolling Mill. The Boston papers have decided that Ostrich feathers May he properly worn by ladies As it does not Hurt the Ostrich to be deprived these feathers. The opinion the Ostrich has not yet been asked. There is a wonderful unanimity in the diversity opinion held by the Crawford county taxpayers about hiking the roads. No two think twice alike. Done to Send Money to parties in the South for a big seed wheat any the other vegetable wonders so largely advertised just now. They Are swindlers in every Case. The chinese Boycott in California threatens to seriously interfere with the interests hop and fruit growers As the chinese Are hopping away with alacrity. A calf Weaner has been patented by a Toledo Man. It is for attachment the Mouth a dude to keep him from sucking his Cane. An obituary notice reads a the was an honest Man and a Good can a Christian be anything else but Good m. E. Church themes for next Sabbath morning sowing and reaping. Evening the Home and the state. The exercises decoration Day at1 general Grants Tomb will be a very elaborate and National character. The dime savings Bank new Brunswick n. J., has been wiped out by the cashier taking a walk the democratic township ticket the vote stood As follows trustees. Frederick Graff 109 John w. King. 70 John Winspear. 89 James s. Minnis. 100 clerk. John w. Knisley. 122 treasurer. Louis Zellner. 126 constables. John c. Cramer.225 George Harmon. 117 Peter Dick. 121 Massillon knights labor has grown Over two Hundred larger in the past two months. The following Are the names pupils in the new Philadelphia schools who have been neither absent nor tardy during the term twelve weeks ending March 26th Emmet Campbell Lottie Dorsey Annie Ross Lulu Wensel Nellie Hirst Marinda Baker Harry Thornburg Eddie Schlappi Clara Raiff Bertha deafen Baulier Harvey Goodwin Willie Huber Gustie Leiser Eddie Sehl will in Campbell Harry Mathias Chas. Schwab Eddie Whitman John White Kittie Raker Roy Bridenstein George slip Over Frank Sci maker Willie j unkind Theodore Kaderly John Maurer John Jones Mary Joss Emma Dorsey Ida Eckert Emma Eckert John Grffit Lis Chas. Miller Joan Quinn Roy Smith Frank Welty Edward Parr Sherman Shull Lida St Filer Mamie Wise Mamie Sweany Homar Bryan Annie Schumacher Georgia Thompson Bertha Kennedy Ida Wyss Jessie Buchanan Chas. Williams Lillie Goodwin Gertrude Spence Anna Kaiser John Joss Guy Kennedy Richard Blue Chas. Mcllvain Cora Hathaway Mary Miller Cora Ashbaugh de. Schweitzer. The proprietor the times has for Sale Trade As agent the Sherman House new Philadelphia Ohio. Any one desiring to invest in Good hotel property Well located and convenient will find it to his interest to Call and see us at the times office. Now is a Chance for a bargain. A full outfit furniture for said hotel can be had at a bargain Between now and april 7th. Canton will possibly have another hanging affair hands. A Man by the name Henry Zeigler has been arrested in St. Louis for the murder Reuben Cooper in Massillon eight years ago. Zeigler is now in jail in Canton and Lias confessed the great crime. A Farmer who has tried steamed Rye says it is the Best All grains for fattening hogs. In forty Days he says he can make a hog As fat As May he desired such food while one that is Thrifty can be finished about five six bushels the food. A new Jersey Farmer thought to Reform his Young daughter Wiio would go out nights by frightening her. He succeeded so Well that a remarkably Bright girl has become insane. The fool killer has plenty to do yet before he goes into permanent retirement. Mrs. Grant has paid out her share the proceeds the general a Book $25,000 to mrs. Corbin sister the general being the amount which that lady lost by an investment with Grant a Ward. Lottie was invited with her mama to a dinner party. A gentleman gravely asked her a Are you a vegetarian a a no a promptly returned Lottie a i am a the Bill increasing the pension widows and dependent relatives from $8 to $12 a month passed both houses Congress and has been signed by the president. Transfers real estate. Daniel w. Swaim to c. W. Comphor 5 acres and 146 rods Perry township $450. William Swonger to Michael lawyer 10 acres Jefferson township $500. Geo. W. Mckee to Closse Totten lot 3, Dennison $53. Geo. F. Williams to g. W. Tope lot 54, new Philadelphia $700. Joseph s. Lyons to Andrew j. Wilkin 1 acre Goshen township $300. Philip ii. Deis Isaac h. Kurtz and Christian Bissman to Frank Weible 1 20-100ths acres Dover township $8,000. Joseph Morehead to Alice a. West lot 425, Uhrichsville $725. Mary t. And Milton a. Romig to Simon f. Unger part out lot 1, Trenton $500. Philip ii. And Frederic Reinhart to Jacob Folger jr., lot 29, Philips org $285. Rosanna and Conrad Seikel to mag Daline Bambeck lot 30, Strasburg $800. John g. And Magdaline Bambeck to Rosanna Seikel lot 30, Strasburg $800. The trustees the separatists society Zoar to the Board education Fairfield township 65-Looths an acre Fairfield township $1. Absalom Holmes to we. D. Collier part lot 16, Uhrichsville $500. Festus c. Hays to Mary a. Hays part lot 102, Uhrichsville $900. We. B. Thompson to t. Evans strip land port Washington $1,000. James m. Hummel to Leroy Springer lot 529, new Philadelphia $900. Benedict Kaderly to Hubert Lechin Ger lot 6 and part lot 5, Warwick. $1,100. Lucinda White to Adam straight and heirs lot 6, Ragersville $100. Philip Baker to John Lewis 134j acres York township $10,000. John Lewis to Philip Baker 151 \ acres Dover township $15,000. Louisa and Louis Lahm to Philip Karl lot 373, Dover township $740. George Limbach to George Fisher strip land York township $1,100. T. Patterson to Gilbert l. Patterson lot 5, Oxford $400. P. I. Weber to John Weber sr., 28 70-Looths acres Dover $572.07 Ralph 1. Welch to Mary m. And Joseph Smyther strip land Dennison $300. Maurice Moody to William j. Anderson part lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17, Dennison $580. Maurice Moody to Alfred t. Trader part lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, Dennison $580. Alfred j. Trader and we. Anderson to Maurice Moody part lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, Dennison $200. Alfred a. Trader to William a. Bovey part lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, Dennison $200. We. Anderson to William a. Bovey part lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17, Dennison $200. Alfred j. Trader and William j. Anderson to Charles in Street part lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, Dennison. $200. Henry r. Ripley to Thomas e. Wood 1 acre Mill township $800. Elmer a. Leggett to Ida m. Leggett 80 acres Union township $4,000. William d. Leggett to Elmer a. Leggett 80 acres Union township $4,000. The wife general Hancock received Hist week the Sumpf $ 10, a 0 from the Mutual life insurance co., Newark new Jersey. Nearly Twenty years ago when the late general was at fort Leavenworth he took out a policy for $10,000 in this company. Farmer Green Green co., put a $10 Bill his knee while making change for a stranger. The stranger drove and so did the Bill. Farmer Green went Home sadder and poorer and kicked the bosom his pants behind the Woodhouse. The largest barn in the world is probably that the Union cattle company Cheyenne near Omaha. It covers five acres Cost $125,000, and a common dates 3,750 head cattle. As an evidence that Frank Brown this place makes an excellent Cigar we mention the fact that he received an order from Jesse Elliott . Of St. Paul Minnesota the other Day for a Box Franks Best Brand. A Bill has been introduced in the new York legislature providing for capital punishment by Means electricity. It is quite evident that new York needs both a Little More lighting and lightning in her methods administering Justice. The Farmers Arizona in digging their irrigation canals find themselves Mere imitators a Small scale the unknown people who once occupied the country. The popular science monthly think that electricity which now enables us to talk with friends at a distance May eventually enable us to see Thorn face to face. Miss Julia treat Claridon has gone to Dakota to like charge her 320 acre farm. This is a claim taken up by miss treat under the tree culture . There is a negro girl in Athens ga., who claims that she has a Frog in her which travels up and Down from hand to Elbow. Pasteur has just received a gift 40,000 francs from Slarve to be employed in the furthering his experiments in inoculation against hydrophobia. A. F. Worbes late the Junction restaurant at Edgefield has moved to Massillon where the gentleman will engage in the wholesale fruit business. His successor at the Junction restaurant will be . Henry 11 Auk. We wish both gentlemen Depa fat conducted by John p. Kuhn. Mathematics. 1. Here is the problem that you cannot solve although it is very simple. Today is the first april and therefore we shall let you wait for the problem until after the first. A a catch a j. P. K. 2.�? question 1, to. 12. A a a note $449.82, is dated at port Washington Ohio july 20th, 1878. Endorsed november 15, 1881, $100. Interest 8 per cent payable annually. What will be due this note july 20, 1ss0?�?� we have received several incorrect solutions this problem and therefore we save time and space by not inserting solutions which not Only differ from each other but which Are positively erroneous. Teachers and All others should Bear in mind that interest payable annually is not compound interest by any Means and that the interest accruing the principal does not draw 8 per cent interest but the lowest Legal rate established by the Laws the state in which the transaction takes place which in Ohio is 6 per cent. Try again teacher. We shall give publication to the first Correct solution and sign your name in full to the solution if desired. P. K. 3.�? question 2, to. 12. A the Hypotenuse a right angled Triangle is 32.55 feet the base is 2 feet longer than the Altitude. What is the area the largest inscribed Square?1 we have not received any solution to this problem As yet. Who is not afraid it Well solve it after you All give it up. P. K. 4.�? question 3, no. 12. A a 9/ plus 6 / = 7/ plus a a find the value x plus 1j a x plus i = 1, 2, 3, 4, Etc., any value it is easily seen that whatever value we give to x plus tin value g is double that x. If x. Y. Wishes to find a definite value an unknown Quantity from an equation containing two unknown quantities lie must have another equation containing one loth the same unknown quantities differently involved. 5.�? question 4, to. A. A a a cubical Box 2 inches internal measure is filled with 8 equal spherical bodies. What is their unite d solidity and what amount space is unoccupied a solution. 11 is evident that 4 spheres arc each tin1 six sides the cubic foot and that the Greate St possible diameter each sphere is 6 inches 6 cubed =216, and 216 multiplied by .6230 = 113.0986 eur. In. The solidity volume one sphere and 8 times 113.0976 cubic inches =901.7808 cd. In. The solidity the 8 spheres and the difference Between 1728 cd. In. And 904.7803 cd. In is 823.2192 cubic inches the unoccupied space. Will x. Y. Tell us what the greatest possible number Inch spheres is that can be put ill the same cubical Box j. P. K. 6.�? question 5, to. 12. A a two perpendicular poles one 60 and the other 90 feet High stand far apart that if two lines he drawn from the top each to the base the other respectively they will intersect each other 40 feet ? above the horizontal line joining their base. What distance Are they apart a we do not have the Means representing in our column the figures necessary Lor a Complete demonstration this problem hut we discover that the conditions the Given problem Are inconsistent with truth 40 should be 36 and no More less unless we change the length the poles and the poles can he any distance apart except 0. Any the values x x g in the 4th item Hoove will serve As an answer to question 5. P. K. A question 6, to. 12. A a what will it Cost to enclose a piece land in the form a sector a Circle the arc which contains 5oand its area one fourth an acre at the rate 5 shillings per linear Yard a solution. If a sector 50� contains 40 Square rods then a sector 1� contains 4-5ths a Square Rod and the whole Circle 360� will contain 360 times 4-5th Square rods which is 288 Square rods which the Given one fourth acre is a sector. Now All difficulty has vanished for when the area a Circle is Given it diameter and circumference Are easily found. The length the Given Fence is two Radii and 5 thirty sixths the circumference a Circle whose area is 288 Square Rod. After giving these hints who will take it u it where left off and give us the Cost the Fence in Sterling Money ? for we have no shillings in Lii country. P. K. Rio Toots. 1. A farm has a Field fenced five rails the length two rails measures one Rod. There Are us Many acres in the for id As rails in the Fence. Require number acres. X. Y. Z., port Washington it it. is very indefinite for the problem should Tate whether the Field is circular triangular Square otherwise. P. K. 2. The cloth for a suit clothes for a Man weighing 125 lbs. Cost $10, what will he the Cost a suit for a Man weighing 216 lbs.? the men being similar in form suit similar in style and Quality and Cost making the same. X. Y. A. Port Washington 3. A Granger Start out in business by order the Grange. They furnish him $32.17 in Cash and $57.44 in goods. He receives for sales during the year $107.97, and pays to replenish Stock $59.91. His salary is $25 per year and at the close the year he Inis goods hand Worth $31.37. Does lie owe the Grange the Grange him and How much. 4. A horse is tied to a barn 25 feet Square with a rope 100 feet Long. Over How much ground can the horse pasture when not hindered by anything else but the rope and barn. Id. 5. If the difference Between one Cor Ner a Square and an inscribed Circle contains 2 Square inches in area what is the difference Between the Solity a cube same length As the Square and an inscribed sphere ? id. Send in solutions promptly for the above problems should All be solved let a fore any new ones Are propounded. Yours respectfully j. P. Kuizin. Wayne county Farmers who gave promissory notes for Bohemian Oats Are betraying their anxiety in regard thereto. A number them will Endeavor to restrain the Sale the notes and Are seeking injunctions to compel the parties who took the notes to keep them until the oat crop is harvested the coming summer when the notes will be paid provided the promises made by the agents Are kept. If not payment will be refused. The number Farmers who purchased Oats is not very Large but their anxiety in regard to their investment is pretty extensive. Or. Tenry Collier a Georgia dentist was set upon the other night by four negroes who demanded his Money. Putting his hand in his pocket and saying a Well i suppose ill have to give it to you a . Collier pulled a pistol and did give it to them. He killed one wounded another captured the third and marched him to the lockup. The fourth foot was Lucky enough to get away. In Italy a living scorpion is dropped into a wide necked Glass bottle which contains a few drops Olive Oil the finest Quality. More Oil is poured instantly until the bottle is filled and the scorpion dead. In its struggles to free itself it ejects All its Poison into the Oil and this poisoned Oil forms a Sovereign remedy for tin sting a scorpion. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office March 29th, 1886 miss Alice Andrews James butt kid g. Temples Jno. Leniart ii. I. Monn w. L. Parkinson Daniel Quinn tinny Giggle Albert True. Scott Jno. Beiso j. Schaffner. E. Fribley r. It a. A Man who tried to wreck a railway train in Michigan the other Day was arrested tried convicted and sentenced to Twenty years imprisonment All within forty eight hours. There is flavor promptness and enthusiasm about Michigan Justice which is piquant and refreshing. It is claimed that Cistern water May he purified by hanging it in a hag tilled with charcoal. We Are showing the largest and most Complete Stock carpets Ever brought to new Philadelphia including All the newest designs and patterns. In body and tapestry Brussels we have a Beautiful line and our All Wool extra supers Hartford and Lowell makes Are without a doubt the Best goods offered in this Market As to style Quality and Price. All Wool supers Cotton and Wool Cotton and ingrain Ray and hemp China matting Oil cloths Etc., and an endless variety bugs and Matts. Borders in body and tapestry and ingrain in All widths. Body and tapestry Hall with Stair to match. I not fail to examine this Stock carpets before buying is we have the largest Stock to select from in the county. Williams a Horning. Parties knowing themselves to he indebted to the Argus Jive either for Job work advertising subscription will please Call promptly and make settlement. These accounts must be settled immediately As they Are Small and Eracli one is Able to make such payment without further delay. Respectfully f. Read proprietor Argus. Look Here. We Are closing out our Stock Hill stuff Quot siding flooring lath barn boards window frames Sash doors mouldings ac., for less than Cost. All ou1 Quill Ber is thoroughly seasoned and will he Elt it sed out cheap. John a. Amp to. Himes new phila., o., March 25th-w3 for Sale. place , in Phillipsburg is now offered for Sale. Good bar room Large Pool room 1 Loti i and Good stable ice House and half interest m skating rink now used As a town Hall. Will Cei 1 cheap and Cay a a Nientsu. Eight rooms in the House. Location and business Good. 12tf John w. Shull. Bargains in drugs Etc., Etc. The Large and elegant Stock drugs paints ods Wall paper miscellaneous he a is school books novelties Etc., Etc., at i it. Gents by a is now being closed out at Cost prices and below and will let a thus offered until the 1st april at which time . Gentsch has determined to close out his business. Splendid bargains Are offered. It All and see. Undertakers. Coffins caskets hand furnished promptly to order. Funerals attended in City a country. A. Gintz amp co., Lytle Buyck High St. 14wl Baad amp Maurer the prominent general merchants Bolivar it have just received a Large invoice carpet cilia in in All colors which they Are Selling very cheap. Parties needing anything in that line will do Well to give them a Call. A. Gintz a co., dealers in furniture and upholstery now Philadelphia Ohio carry All grades Fanoni common to the finest upholstered Jamu Marble top goods parlor and bed Jodom ets. 14wl. Rom a Lydd

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