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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 4, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio New Volumn Philadelphia o., thursday february 4, 1880. Number 6. W new Philadelphia times. The presidential succession. Samuel Moore. Proprietor. 3y. Ii. Watson editor. Thursday february 4, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block j second floor pull Lic Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. J fir Trio new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following plates one year Cash in advances i 00 if not paid within six Mouths. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Cir address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Laws newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to 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 in held in Law to be a subscriber. 1 f subscribers move to other places without informing the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible 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 discontinue. Important changes were made in the Law recently by which the succession to the presidential chair is changed. As the old Law stood the president pro Tern the Senate in Case then was no president pro Tern the speaker with House became president the it ath resignation inability both the president and vice president. I under the new Law the succession stands As follows in the order named the Secretary a Tate the Secretary the Treasury the Secretary War the attorney general the postmaster general the Secretary the Navy the Secretary the Interior. All temptation to assassinate the president is now removed because in ease Bis death and that the vice president the Secretary state would become president and thus the same political party is left in Power. The Boling murder trial. Newark o., Jan. 29. The state concluded its testimony in chief in the Douglas murder trial today. The court was adjourned to next monday. The sensational feature the trial to Day was the production the �60 blood Money which Steve Douglas confessed he had received As his share the spoils after helping to kill his father. He told prosecuting attorney Swartz where it could be found and parties were sent out who discovered it in that place. The Money consisted three Twenty Dollar Bills. Steve Douglas had folded them up inside a piece paper and had taken Tii it contents out a Box blacking and put the Money in the Bottom tin Box and then replaced the blacking Over it and hid the Box and its contents under the granary his father s farm. Although Many them Are beats. Official directory. District. Congress Beriah Wilkins state . W. Crites common pleas pc county. Ina Long editorial treating sensational journalism the new York Post says a the condition mental vacuity and Validity not to say imbecility to which a very lat be portion the youth the great cities Are being reduced by dawdling Over this stuff every Day As their Only intellectual food is something that moralists May Well contemplate with concern for the appetite is stimulated by the food. The More it a Man swallows the More he wants and the less interested he becomes in tin serious things life in the real a lairs the nation in the great events the Day. In the doings and sayings leading men and the Progress great movements and the ups and Downs his own representative. Probate j Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sle Rita. Auditor. A Easu ref. A order. Commissioners. Surveyor. 1 Normary directors. Francis Ankney a. W. Yeagley a. F. Wilkins i. Figert a. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey a. L. Kennedy j. 1. Neumann s. Rufer. W. E. Lash i. Benner . 11. Hoover i j. Wherley w. Rogers l. Krantz Sec City 3 Aniel Korns. Lames h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. It Raham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher 1 Douthitt. We. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council names. Daniel Krebs. James w South George rear. Isaac Clits. Henry Scible. Jacob Kreig. Henry Yau Lelin j ii ranks. Daniel Haas. John Smith. Jas it in Raeth. John Mih ii. Samuel Moore. T r Rankin. L s Iseli. F r Berkshire. S \ a Teimeyer. L s Mckinney. Win k reek. Samuel c Kline. J 11 Gardner. Lob t Ltd druthers John wet Ter. William Kinsey Philip Ito Erfer. T j Stocker. T ii Mozena Joseph Lealen. It has f i it Avis. I c Fernsel. Levi Travis. .1 w Newbury. Jus ii Hostetler Nich Mottag. Wesley m Tracy Mon b Jones. Lliam Lehman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles ii Ellers John w Voilie. Hugh t Minnis. A w Kinsley. 1 11 k11 h a. M s Wagner. Justices. Townships. Post kick. Clay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. T Goshen. Rush. Mill. Tiosen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. It Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. York. Rucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. I Lover. I Lover. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. It . York. Union. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Ltd Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland St Rasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. 1 Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Tina Denbutter. Cadwallader. New Philada a Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. I ii Dee. New philae a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. I Tennison. Strasburg. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral Ity. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. /.oar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Laek baud. Uhrichsville. The supreme court the i United states has decided that a state Law imposing a tax persons engaged in Selling liquor to be shipped from another state repugnant to the Constitution the United states. The Case is from the supreme court Michigan and is that a commercial traveler from a business Bouse in Chicago Selling liquor in Michigan. The Michigan court held that the tax was right As a Temperance measure. The u. S. Supreme holds that this would be a justification it it did not discriminate against the citizens and products other states. The rights agents in other lines bubness would seem to be involved. Scientists profess to vie put a in a it d by the phenomenon a Well begun no ail sixty years ago at Yakutsk Siberia. It was dug Down thirty feet through solidly Frozen ground and abandon d. Then the russian Academy up the work and dug to a Bottom a 382 feet to find the ground still from i As hard As a Rock. It was too much i a bore to be continued but the acad Ems decided Ironi the temperature taken at different Depths the excavation that the freezing extends to a depth 612 feet. This warrants the official report that a a the Polo the greatest j cold in Siberia is in the province Yakutsk a though probably the North Bole is a Little bit More frigid. I Church directory. Presbyter a every sunday at ill i a. Tel 7 clock p. Sunday school at1 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. r i St i Iees every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lord s Day each month. Sunday school at 0 clock a. J the powerful effect Sam Jones preaching upon a Cincinnati Man is told in a Telegram As follows last i wednesday afternoon and evening Fred Schwartz a Street car conductor went to hear Rev. Sam Jones preach. He went to his Home that night made his wife and children get out bed and Kneel the floor. In this condition he kept them All night while he prayed so loud As to set All the dogs in the Negh boyhood Barking and waked up All the neighbors. He Lias kept up Bis praying and has been absent trom work Ever since and efforts to quit him have Only partially succeeded. Methodist episcopal preaching every sabbat i at a. And 7 clock p. Sundays it hold at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at 10 30 a. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sui iday school at 0 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Lutheran services Sabbath school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock . Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. In. The new York Sun says then is an immense Deal remark just now official and private through the press and elsewhere about the under valuation imported goods and committees Are a pointed by Congress to inquire into it. There is one sure and simple remedy and its application will Clear the whole trouble out the Way. This is to Abol ish entirely the system adv lorem duties and to make duties upon Inq Orts in All cases specific. For instance ii i the duties a gallon imported wine is a Dollar two dollars without regard to its value there can be no undervaluation nor any attempt to defraud the Revenue. Honesty is the hot t och. Lodge directory. M chapter no. 38, r. A. Meets thursday before full Moon at ,, Block. Q p tayl0rp Daniski. Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. My a meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mall value w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Or. Stranahan has Intro Sci d in tin House a Hill making it a Mise it an Ltd a punishable by Fine and imprisonment to charge More than 8 percent for cashing workingmen so a time a by them. Or. Stranahan is also preparing Bills requiring that bandages Etc., be e Oti i Railroad trains in ease Accident and regulating the number Brake men to be employed to Man a certain number cars. Knights Lodge no. 73. Meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. A c c w. Duncan k. Of it. And s. I. O. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows f. Kislig x. G. I. A. Kukull Letec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430. Meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. Stem pi1 Fly. X. G. P. Skhi., Letec. Sec a. I. . Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. . . P. I. A. Correll scribe. In the new York Assembly a Bill was introduced by . Batchelor granting the consent the state to the acquisition by the United states it. Mcgregor cottage and ceding jurisdiction Over the same. The Bill was ordered to it it a third Reading. Or. Batchelor said . Drexel desired to give the cottage where general fir rant passed his last hours to the general government As a memorial. I. 0. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fel lows Hall City Block. J. W. Dodd come r. A Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first yid third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Royal Arcanum a philos Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W h. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. Tennessee Lias a Man under arrest for murder w Hose guilt is suspected because when he entered the room where tin1 victims body Lay the wounds bled afresh. As the remains were Frozen stiff the circumstance is deemed a very singular one and if a jury Hoodoo physicians can be obtained it is probable that it will be All Day with the prisoner. N \ti0xal Union safety Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday Yaeli month at a p. Hall. Kit. Sluth0ur. Pres. S. Moore Cor. Sec Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Amu Al Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to i is rare in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National rank. The Ohio Patriot say a senator 1-assett, Youngstown is making himself very obnoxious and lie ought to be kicked out the Senate. He is a thief and the fact is a matter record. He ought to be serving in the Penitentiary instead the Senate. Now bring a libel suit if you dare . a petition 57 feet Long and containing the names 528 voters 1,099 women and 234 Young men praying for the closing the saloons was presented to the Wooster Council but it was treated w to it silent contempt by that honorable Boa. A Washington county ont., Man sold out his farm disposed All his Stock and let it be known that he was going to it i new York to become a Wail Street Speculator. He was absent Only a month and returned and made an offer for the old place. When his neighbors asked him what was the matter with Wall Street he replied a a its greatly exaggerated. I went in there willingly to put up �8,000 turnips and ill he hanged if i could get a whack at anybody if anybody would take a whack at me. These chaps never dare tackle an honest a romantic Story from Danville ind., so is that about 11 years ago a Man named Kitsmiller married near Canton it. Six months after marriage mrs. Kitsmiller went to Indianapolis and gave birth to a child to avoid the shame exposure at Home. The babe a Little girl was adopted by . And mrs. Lou Talbot Danville and grew up a Beautiful and accomplished girl. Upon mrs. Kitsmiller a death two weeks ago the secret was discovered. Kitsmiller now seeks to recover his child but she refuses to leave the Talbot. She will fall heir to it i �100,000. One the latest swindles Farmers j is the horse insurance Dodge. Parties a it presenting themselves As agents the in it use insurance company Cleveland j have been insuring the Farmers ver 1 i is counties. A payment �5 Down would secure to the insured party i e so the animal died during the year a payment from the company �500. There is no such insurance company in j existence and again the principle do j my business with men your own town holds Good. Richard s. Dement Survey it r general Utah has brought to Washington a trunk full overwhelming proofs so he says bribery congressmen and i officials High standing by mormons desiring special legislation and Otner j favors. Menhir have Revei cd m i to �25.eot>. Nealy All Init lands in Utah have he n stolen a Road settlers. A Telegram from Nelso die stun the Syndicate and the Columbus Coal Exchange would shortly discharge seven Hundred miners so As to Cut Down the Force in order to give to the balance a Chance to make full time. It is stated pretty Good authority that it is a movement to have the miners accept fifty cent mining instead tin cents a was decided by the Thurman decision. While Joe Adams was operating a swinging saw at fort recovery the rope holding it gave Way and the saw fell Forward catching Adam in the breast and stomach cutting a six Inch Hole through which intestines and stomach protruded. While the doctor was replacing the stomach the Man commenced to struggle and ruptured it. Or. A. T. Speer in the Boling murder trial at Newark testified that a piece tallow As Large As his hand had been stuffed in the Hole in the murdered Many a head to prevent the brains oozing out. Lie described the remainder in Ltd dead mails injuries and declared that they were not the result a kick from a horse. The Bohemian Oats swindle has been worked for All there is in it in some to cities and now enterprising sharper. Working the a German Barley Racket. They represent that the average \ held is �50 an Aero and that the Grain weighs about the same As wheat. Of course they lie and High for the privilege. There is still some Good in the world bad As it seems. A prominent citizen Cambridge at the time the recent cold snap went to the proprietor a Coal Yard and ordered him to furnish All needy families with Coal and Send the Bill to him. Much suffering was prevented by this thoughtful generosity. A Silver Dollar weighs less than an ounce. Hence any letter not heavier than a Dollar can go for a single two cent stamp. A five cent Silver piece added to the Dollar will give the ounce. If you have not tin Silver Dollar live Nickels and a Small Copper cent will give an ounce weight. Representative Washburn will introduce a Bill to allow county to it Asur is to use Money after ninety Days that has been collected with a protest from taxpayers. He says that Lorain county has �16,000 Money collected that is now involved account the same having been paid under protest. Clerk Vallandigham has received from Iowa the copy it if a Hill to pension employees Railroad companies manufactories mining and building industries injured in line duty through Lack necessary safeguards and the Bill will shortly be introduced in the Senate. It is estimated that fully 15,000 head cattle lie dead the prarie within a radius 75 Miles fort Elliott Texas. The Prairie dogs Are nearly All dead. Several persons wore badly Frozen. The lowest recorded by the Mercury was ten degrees below Zero. I. Knight travelling a it it 101 tin Cincinnati Telegram sprung our Latch string wednesday. The gentleman has established an Agency for the paper at this place and those who want the daily news for a breakfast appetizer can have their wants supplied by calling Ii. Bash and subscribing for the Telegram which will he delivered Early every morning in the week. Or. Knight was formerly local editor the Coshocton Democrat and is a spank up energetic agent and a genial gentleman. A Pointer to druggists a Montreal Man lately sued a druggists for damages from having been deprived work for Sev it ral weeks in consequence taking a Poison sold him by mistake. The error was caused by the wholesaler who had labelled the package wrongly before Selling it to the druggist. The court held however that the druggist should have verified the contents the package and gave judgment for �200 and costs. The East Liverpool review says there is a Man in Salineville who was a Soldier Over three years in the late War was taken prisoner and suffered untold miseries in Libby Belle Isle and Andersonville almost a year and was disabled for life but draws no pension. There Are men there who saw no service whatever and endured no hardships at All who receives Large pensions. Does this seem a matter justices monday Charley Welty cashier the citizens Bank turned the 43d mile Stone this life a race course and in the evening his Good wife greeted him with an elegant supper which was properly attended to by a Host warm friends who had assembled to attest their Friendship for the genial gentleman and wish him Many More years uninterrupted happiness and pleasure. On monday last . George Feck delivered a Short but interesting lecture to the students prof. John p. Kuhn a Normal school this City selecting As a subject a a what when and How to the doctors remarks were highly appreciated by those in attendance and a vote thanks was tendered the gentleman by the pupils. Court convened Friday with judge dance the Bench. Judge Pierce is now confined to his Home at Cadiz suffering from the effects an old wound received while in the army. He will probably be Able to resume his duties As judge in eight ten Days. We had a Friendly Call from our old time Friend Hun. Ii. Ii. Porter tuesday. Besides banging Blackstone . Porter is a Tiller the soil being the owner a Nice farm in Salem to it us ship. Temperance women in fair Haven mass., mean business. They declare they will Boycott any Man who refuses to Iii tin i Tutlo. Iii co. Tin a. I i to i. I. A a Oil i e i it a Kkt a ii in 1 Man. A a Hion item ays that a trousers Are not tight As tin y were a now if tin Mii thing could be said some the Young men who Wear Mem it. Would Hevy by encouraging to the Temperance cause. To Sonal artists at Elyria Are evidently Gay mashers. Al. Burgess a Gallant Knight hair Oil Lias been arrested for Bastardy Mary Franks complaint. This is tiie fourth Barber in Durance vile. Society in the samoan islands is growing distressingly conventional. A Law has been established lately forbidding senators to appear naked at any session under penalty �100 for each appearance. It is said that 480 the 732 polling places Philadelphia Are located in houses where liquor is sold. This fact no debt accounts for the Large Republican majorities turned up in Philadelphia. A Syndicate has been formed to pipe natural Gas to Cleveland and the St. Paul Globe gravely remarks that the editor the Leader will then find his occupation gone. Postmaster frilly has after repeated efforts finally secured an afternoon mail the Branch Road particulars which will be found elsewhere in this weeks times. At Newark in the Boling trial several witnesses testified that they believe Steve Douglass under oath and admitted that it was because they had trouble with him. Harry Kefer is door keeper for the committee naval affairs at Washington and it is said by those in position to judge makes a very competent official in that respect. During these hard times it is a very proper time to economize by subscribing for tin1 new Philadelphia times. Only one Dollar pays the Bill for a whole year. William Mitchell Milford pa., has just discover d that an old package Bonds Winch have served As play tongs forms children Tor years Are Worth Over �lb0,000. I lie first Bohemian Oats notes ease at a Wapakoneta resulted in the jury ringing m a verdict for the Holder the note giving him the full amount. Union county Lias Over five Hundred Miles gravel roads built at a Cost Al no Tiu and 195 county ditches costing vibe Juno. The Norwalk knights labor endorse senator Beck the Silver question and declare the Public debt a a Public monday last Knodel Bros Butch ered a four year old Heifer that weighed when dressed 720 pounds. A dog at Walden a Ridge tenn., is raising a litter pigs whose Mother froze to death during the cold snap. The Jolly four club will give an invitation Hall at Eagle Hall the evening Washington a birthday feb. 22d. Wednesday night la t week thieves broke into the store s. Miller Barros Mills this county and carried away goods including clothing boots hats jewelry Etc., amounting in value from �60 to �100. They were traced to a Little town near Orrville by Constable William Molebash who arrested them i with a Large portion the stolen prop a erty their persons. Deputy Constable Jacob x. Mast sugar Creek township accompanied by . Miller brought the prisoners to this City saturday night. While getting off the train at the c. L. Amp w. Depot one the prisoners who was hand cuffed succeeded in making his escape by forcing the a a cuffs from his wrist. He went Down the Railroad track like a Western blizzard and when it tin lower end town changed his course and went out the Beaver dam Road. The other two Art now in the a a Bowers House a awaiting an investigation by the grand jury. The Fellows Are evidently professional tramps and thieves and will go to the Ohio pen to learn a Trade. Sex Deputy treasurer James Kennedy returned to his Home Here from Washington i. C., this week hut will leave for Quincy Illinois monday next where he will be permanently located As special pension agent for the counties Adam and Brown that state. Or. Kennedy a health has been greatly improved during his Short stay at Washington and he says the duties his position Are such As to give him plenty fresh air and wholesome exercise. His Many friends were glad to Welcome him Home and sorry to learn that him i self and family will soon be compelled 1 to leave us to make their Home among strangers in a Distant state. Or. Ken Nedy likes the position he now occupies and for which he is so admirably qualified to fill. Beginning monday february 1st, the mail the c. P. Branch departs and arrives twice a Day instead once As heretofore. The second dispatch is made at 2 20 i. M., and is received the night train. This night mail is received too late to he delivered before the following morning. Besides being a Benefit to new Philadelphia this new double service will he a great convenience to All the towns along the Branch that have Only been receiving one mail per Day. We have received a copy the a Thomas county cat a published at Colby Kansas. When the editor began telling the proprietor about a the Thomas cat a he said Blank the cats and moved toward the Coal scuttle in a very mysterious manner but when informed that it was not that kind a eat hut a neat spicy paper he waltzed off and told the Devil to bring a bucket Coal. On monday we had the pleasure j meeting . S. It. Burcats travelling agent for the a 1< rated Raymann brewing come any <6 Wheeling West Virginia. La i a genial gentleman and n part s the most Exten lion s Oitt. Kind in Ohio the Busi. T i i w h univ a ook d after n. Icon bar. I less Whin adult Juan to it i it Are in a w Philadelphia. Knud. 1 Bros an running a first class pm at Mark t next door to the Sherman House and t in All kinds meat at Roek Bottom Price s. Their dressed chickens and corned 1 f Are exo Ellei to and can lie found hand at All times. The establishment is m at and Clear in every particular Wink the Propri tors Are obliging and accommodating. An electrical signal travels at the rate 16,000 Miles per . There is a Young blood in town who reports a signal East Avenue which knocks tin wind out that electrical concern. Its a substantial no. 8 Bro Gan and begins business promptly after the town clock strikes ten p. The eminent English physician sir Henry Thompson considered fish a particularly suitable article diet for persons unable to Tak much . Ship about two ear loads to new Philadelphia. John i. R Iggi 1 is building a barn the old Bates farm near the Goshen Salt Well which it is said will be the largest Structure the kind in Tuscarawas county covering ground 120x30 feet with All modern improvements. Or. Stemphley this Eirv has charge the building. Burkey Ltd Troy druggists Shanes Vilie made an assignment Friday last week to John Durshpek. The firm is in Good standing financially and the i assignment we Are informed was made i to Settle up business matters i the Tuscarawas county humane society will meet at the auditors office new Philadelphia Friday evening february 5th. As Tirre is business importance to lie transacted a full attendance is requested. Prof. G. Bixler a pen Art Institute at Smithville Ohio is in a nourishing condition. His new work entitled a a Bixler a physical training in penmanship the real secret to Good writing a is now ready. Price �1. Hon. Ii. A. Herliert the United states House representatives has our thanks for congressional reports containing Eul gig s the late . Thomas Hendricks. Elder i. G. Philips will commence a series meetings at the Baptist Church in this City commencing tuesday evening flt Briary 9th, 1886. A cordial invitation is ext i a d to it All. From judge dancers charge to the grand jury tuesday it is Learned that there will i several criminal cases come before that body for investigation during this week. At the Low Price one Dollar a year it is expected that every person who subscribes for the times will for the same in Advance. Re issues. Transfers real estate. The handsome Sleigh valued at �40, manufactured by lit Wneger it so son this City was drawn by . J. W. Stih a ticket no. 19. A Man never finds How heavy he is until he sits Down thin ice. The Man who came within an Ace being Frozen to death must have had a Duce a cold time. Why is it that men never get the a hang their crimes until it is too late to evade the sad noose a Northern Man can now Start a Row in five minutes in Florida by carrying a pair skates across his shoulder. A Tennessee boy was born with his hands behind him. Nature at last has provided a defense for the Small boy. A fire broke out in the Kitchen Philip Winter Gettysburg a last sunday and for about 15 minutes he was the warmest Winter that has been seen since last summer. A North Carolina Justice has sued a Young Benedict for �1,000 damages because he had to stand out in the cold to tie the marriage knot and contracted pneumonia. Entering the Asylum for inebriated he asked a do you treat drunkards Here a a yes a Well in a one. Whereas yer bar a property-11 older Iley Wake up Here i think there a a burglar in my House. Weary officer Well you be got Gall to Wake a Man out a sound sleep to Tell him what you think. Or Talmage says that men Are degenerating to monkeys instead having ascended from them. So far As some men Are concerned there is no compliment to the monkeys in either View the Case. A Painesville Man manufactures shoes from Corn husks. Now if some Genius will discover a Way to make beef Steak biscuits and mince pies out Coal ashes there will he a possibility the country editor holding onto life until the return goods times. A Young lady asserts that the reason her Ball dresses Are but so Low in the Back is to save them from being stained by the respiration from the unloved hands gentlemen while Waltzing. Apparently she does no to care whether her Hack is stained not. Or. Talmage says a every Young Man should go to his Home and his Knees Pray Over a marriage proposal before he makes the Young men we most often meet would prefer doing the praying at his Tatlier in Law elects House with the girl his Knees. A scientist says that the Earth a sur act is slowly changing and what is a Valley today May be a Mountain a million years hence. A Man who contemplates erecting a residence in the Valley should remember this and be prepared to find his House the top a Mountain in the year 1,001,855. A null Ter Hartford conn., Young ladies have organized a club called a the Tongue each member has to put a cent into the Treasury when she ays anything against any . It is said that several Hanks in Hartford arc eagerly bidding for the privilege hiking the clubs Money. Personal notes. Twenty new names were added to the times subscription list Friday last. Simon Dotts York township was among our guests wednesday and joined the times army corps. Sex sheriff Goudy is at present engaged buying a number first class horses for the Eastern Market. Our old Friend sol. Humrickhouse York township dropped into the times Den Friday and had his name placed our subscription Book. A. E. Ruth a Good Square Democrat who sorts mail at Trenton for Uncle Sam gave the times office a Friendly Call wednesday. Or. And mrs. Edward King new Philadelphia where the guests Uncle Jim Johnson and family Over sunday. L h r Siehs Ville Democrat. Mary a Lien Worth to Alfred b. Johnson lot no. 11, Dennison �169.60. Israel Williams to b. Clark Williams lot no. 49, and part 50, 227, and 228, new Philadelphia �1. B. Clark Williams to mrs. Catharine Williams lot no. 49, and part 50, 227, and 228, new Philadelphia �1. Joanna c. Rieker to Isabella Jones lot 550, new Philadelphia �600. William Jones to James Milliken 80 acres Rush township �100. George m. Gilmore to Ann Gilmore 116 and 58-100ths acres Perry township �3,000. Nathaniel Gilmore to George m. Gilmore 116 and 5s-100ths acres Perry township �3,000. Martha Germann to j. J. Germann 80 acres Wayne township �3,400. J. J. Germann to Lorenz Friedly 40 acres Wayne township �1,700. Sheriff g. W. Goudy to Jessie d. Baker lot no. 110, canal Dover �1,255. Samuel w. Miller to t. H. Brannan lot 124, canal Dover �1,400, John and George Blenninger to Jacob Huff 100 acres York township �1,566.67. Abraham Garber to John g. Garber 62 acres Franklin township $5,000. William Davy a administrator to Daniel Davy part lot 28, Union City �900. Alfred bail to Samuel Dine \ acre Sandy township �10. John Sluthour to John w. Sluth our lot no. 503, new Philadelphia $2,-000. Conducted by John p. Kuhn mathematics. Answers. Thomas ii. Wilson to Robert Thorne lot 4, Dennison �130. Thomas h. Dollar to Robert Thorne lot 5, Dennison $225. John d. Slykes to Agnes Minnis lot 4, new Philadelphia �300. W. E. Case to William Stanbrook lot 6, Glasgow �70. William Stanbrook to Janies Riley half lot 6, Glasgow �45. Sheriff James Lyons to William Fitt lots 11 and 12, new Cumberland �271. F. W. Peter to Millhof Wade la acre Wayne township �300. Abraham Sharp to William Campbell part lot 160, new Philadelphia $2,-800. Susan Waltz and Jacob i. Reed to Samuel Waltz 4oj acres Fairfield �1,-750. 1.�? vol. 1, no. 5. Q. 1. A received a dividend 4 per cent certain Bonds took in lieu thereof Lions at 25 per cent discount. The value my Stock now is �158. What was my dividend a x. Z., it. Washington Solution. 75 per cent my second Stock = 4 per cent my first Stock. 1 per cent my second Stock = 4-75 per cent my first Stock. 100 per cent my second Stock = 16-3 54 per cent my first Stock. Therefore the value my first and second Stock is 100 per cent plus 5� per cent my first Stock 105$ per cent. Now if 1054 per cent my first Stock = �158, then 316 per cent my first Stock = �474, and 1 per cent my first Stock = �1.50. 100 per cent my first Stock = �1.50 my original Stock. 54 per cent my first Stock = �8 my dividend which at a discount 25 per cent. = �6, 4 per cent my first Stock. Therefore my dividend was �6, and its value is a. J. P. K. 2.�? vol. 1, no. 5. 3. A party hire a boat for a certain sum had there been 3 persons More each would have had to �1 less but had there been two persons less each would have had to �1 More. How Many hired the boat and what did they a has. Helter. Ada Let x = the number persons who hired the boat and y = the amount that each person payed then x y = the amount payed by All. Marriage License. The following marriage licenses have been issued since january 19th James a. I limes Maggie m. Thompson. Gottfried Kilchenmann Alice Riece. Eugene Aires Mary Mckeon. John r. Gregory Mary a. Anderson. Charles Toomy Phoebe Hostetter. A. Dieboldt Ada m. Tracey. Andrew Metzgar Sarah Mathias. Samuel l. Dawson Jennie m. Andrew. Daniel g. Moomaw Malinda Sawyer. We. S. Gundy Bell Riggle. John w. Fox Louisa Hurny. John Ludwig Zelinda Purcher. Adam r. Raber Martha Cotton. James h. Bradford Jane c. Lytle. National Union. At the regular meeting held january 27th, 1886, Deputy j. A. T. Richards installed the officers the National Union for the ensuing year president Edward Kaseman. Second president a. B. Shull. Recording Secretary we. Bowers. Financial Sec Yaj. T. Defenbacher. Speaker Geo. Ii. Peck. Treasurer a. Fribley. Chaplain a. Knisely. Usher we. Bechhold. S. . Bigler. It it. . Miller. Sex president a. Sluthour. Trustees a. Neely p. Knisely and John Himes. Now according to the condition x y divided by x 3, equals a a 1. 1. And x y divided by x a 2 equals y plus 1. 2. Clearing 1 and 2 fractions x y = x y a x x 3 y a 3 3. X y = x y x x a 2 y a 2 4. Reducing 3. And 4. X 3 y = 3 a a x 2 y = a 2 eliminating by addition we find y = 5. Substituting the value y in 5. We find x = 12. Therefore there a Ere 12 persons that hired the boat and each paid $5, making a total Cost �50 for the boat. J. P. K. 3. A a Hoard 72 inches Long is 12 inches wide at one end and 8 inches at the other. If you Cut a Square fax get from each end parallel with the ends How Long will the ends be to j. F. R., Cadwallader This is a very simple problem when we go at it in the right Way. An arithmetical solution this kind problems requires three distinct Steps Viz first produce the length the Given Board until it tapers to a Point and thus becomes a Triangle which find the area. Second from the area this Triangle deduct the area to he Cut Oil from the wide end the Given Board. Third find the dimensions the remaining area whose form is a Triangle and whose dimensions Are to each other As they were before any part was Cut off. Solution the Given problem to taper 4 inches requires 72 miss Alice Crouch returned to her Home in this place wednesday from Indiana where she was engaged with professor Emerson giving musical concerts. _ George Bippus now engaged at the Dennison Railroad shops paid his parents and Many friends Here a flying visit wednesday. George says he must have the news and therefore subscribed for the times. Here is something new in the Way experimenting for the thousand and one who delights in Amateur microscopy a slip Glass put a drop liquid Auric Choroid Argeneio nitrate with half a Grain metallic Zinc in the Auric Choroid and Copper in the Silver. A growth exquisite Gold and Silver ferns will grow beneath the Eye. A Man from new Lisbon n. Y., mailed two letters at the onto Post office the other Day. His strange manner in buying the Stamps and his query As to what to do with the Stamps after he had bought them excited curiosity and inquiry brought out tin singular fact that although 55 years age he had never Lief re mailed a letter. Dot i you want a Tood Home in new Philadelphia Ohio a new two Story House and five lots for Sale very cheap. House has four rooms and Good cellar. There is a Good Cistern Sta ble a Brick Cave 13x28 feet and All other Neces sary out Bui Dintis. There is an abundance the choicest fruit every kind including Small. Fourteen thousand bearing Strawberry plants. The premises front West Street. Good neighbourhood. Will be sold at a sacrifice. Cause Selling ill health. Call at the times office Early if you want a bargain. A Bob Burdette gets off the following a suppose a newspaper Man every time he hears a Man who severely criticised him for his paper in Public should retaliate by holding up to Public gaze the faults and Short con Lings said criticised what would be the result Why the criticised would think he had been terribly outraged and would thirst for the editors Gore. Then the poor Quill Driver would a t shot shoot somebody. That patient least Burden the country journalist never does this except under great provocation. It Isnit because hot a is afraid to do it but because he Isnit mean enough. He hears his paper called a worthless Sheet because the editor in doing his duty has stepped Somel Ulys a toes. The shrewd merchant advertises liberally but judiciously and turns his capital Many times realizing a handsome profit thereby. The first requisite to Success in business is to keep a Good Art Cile the next is to let everybody know where you do business. When this is accomplished Success is assured. About the Best Way to wipe bogus butter is for Farmers to make a Good Quality the genuine article. So a inches length. To taper 1 Inch requires 18 inches length. Therefore the Width length 1 18 length to taper 12 inches requires 12 times 18 216 inches length. 216 multiplied by 4 12 = 1296 Square inches area Triangle. 6. 1296 a 144 = 1152 so. In. Area remaining Triangle after 1 Square foot is Cut from the wide end base. A taking 1 and 18 As dimensions and finding the area we get 9 As the area now dividing the real area 1152 Square inches by 9, and extracting the Square Root the quotient and multiplying that Root by 1 and is respectively we obtain the Width and length that remaining Triangle which Art Width 11.3137 x inches and length 203.6466 x inches and 216 in. A 203.6466 x in. Is 123533 x inches length widest piece Cut off. Next deduct 4 Square feet from the original Triangle because the Given Board contains 5 Square feet and proceed in the same manner to find the length the Otler two pieces which Are respectively 42.6511 inches and 16.9956 inches. These results Are Correct to four Decimal places but exact results can not be obtained because the solution requires the extraction the up Tare Root an imperfect Square. In solving this problem we discover a Beautiful Law which May be interesting to our worthy readers and hence we give it As briefly As possible the Briar i in the Given problem produced to a Point will form a Triangle containing 9 Square feet. Now if we Cut 1 foot off from the narrow end the7 a Width and length the Small Triangle will be respectively 4 times the Square Root 1, and 72 times the Square Root 1. If the Triangle that we Cut off contains 2 Square feet its respective dimensions will be 4 times the Square Root Long As the Lxi us article can hold it own Quality against the genuine it will j 2 and 72 time the Root 2. He found a difficult matter to drive it out the Market either by wind work Law. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office february 1st, 1886 Emily Buckingham Emma Holtine Alex. Mckinnon a. Ii. Newton a. H. Sullivan. E. Fribley p. Bargains in drugs Etc., Etc. The Large and elegant Stock drugs paint5, oils Wall paper miscellaneous books school looks novelties Etc., Etc., at d. Gentsch a is now being closed out at Cost prices and below and will be j thus offered until the. 1st april at j which time . Gentsch has determined j to close out his business. Splendid bar j gains Are offered. Cali and see. Stations. No. 1. A com modal a. No. 3. Alcorn nod a a. No. 5. No. 17 and no. Cleveland. H a it a. 4 10p.m. 3 30 am Black River 7 j0 a a 4 20 a a 4 00 a Elyria. 7 20 a a 4 40 a a 4 30 a a Grafton. 7 40 Quot 5 00 a a 5 10 a a Medina. H 2t> 5 48 a a 7 10 a a chips Walak 6 31 a a 5 57 a a 7 35 a a Sterling. 8 55 t 8 14 a a 8 30 a a Warwick. 0 21 h 40 a a 9 40 a a Fulton. 9 30 44 0 48 a a 10 00 a a Massillon. 9 55 4 7 10 a a 6 00a.m. 11 10 Quot Navarre. 10 08 44 7 25 a a 6 15 a a 11 35 a a reach City. 10 22 44 7 37 a a 6 32 a a 11 50 a a Strasburg. 10 33 44 7 49 a a 6 45 a a 12 35 a a Dover. 10 4-5 44 8 02 a a 7 00 a a 1 05 a a new philae. 1u 5h 8 10 a a 7 09 a a 1 30 a a Goshen. 8 15 Quot 7 15 a a 1 45 a a Tuscarawas 11 06 a a 8 25 a a 7 20 a a 1 55 a a Uhrichsville. 10 15 4 8 50 a a 11 40 \. 7 30 a a 2 15 a a new Ort. 11 47 44 7 40 3 00 a Stillwater. 11 50 i. 7 7 0 3 20 a a Tippecanoe 12 09 . 8 0 1 a a 3 45 a a Freeport. 12 24 4 8 20 a a 5 00 Quot flushing1 1 01 44 8 52 a a 0 20 a a Bridgeport. 2 10 44 i 10 05 a a 8 4.5 travellers guide it Cleveland and Marietta railway. New through line Between the Ohio River and the great lakes. The popular line to Chicago St. Paul. Milwaukee Minneapolis and All Points in the great Northwest. Direct connection for the Pennsylvania Oil Fields and All Points East and Southeast. December 6,1885 going North. Stations. Sex. No. 2. Sex. No. A. I 6 20 a. 2 30 p pc Cay Wood. 6 38 s 2 51 s Stanley. 6 43 s 2 56 s Whipple. 6 57 s 3 10 s Warner. 7 062 20. Elba. 7 173 38. Macksburg. 7 253 42. Dexter City. 7 323 50. Caldwell. 7 534 11. Belle Valley. 8 034 21. Point pleasant. 8 284 45. Byesville. 8 384 55. 8 505 10. Kimbolton. 9 175 46. Newcomers owner. 9 476 20. Phillipsburg. 10 07 s 6 32 s Black Rand. 10 12 s 6 36 s canal Dover. 10 286 55. Valley Junction. 10 517 20 p i Canton. 11 39 a. 7 58 Akron. 12 33 p. 8 .54. 1 50 p. 10 15 am by 8 00 p. 6 20 i u Orrville. 1 10 p. 10 05 Creston. 1 5510 45. Wellington. 2 4011 28. Norwalk. 3 2712 10 Monroeville. 3 4412 25. 5 555 20 Columbus. 12 35 11 95 Chicago 5 40 8 55 a u 3 30 6 00 a i new York. 7 00 a i 6 55 going South. Stations. Toledo. I Monroeville. Norwalk. Quot a a Quot i Wellington. Creston. Orrville. Cleveland. Leave Akron. Canton. Valley Junetia. Valley j unction. Leave canal Dover. Black hand. Phillipsburg. No. 17. Newcomer St Naceem. Kimbolton. Cambridge. 6 30 am Byesville. A 6 55it. Pleasant. 7 15j Belle Valley. H 03� Caldwell. 8 17i Dexter City. A 1 8 47macksburg. .1 9 00 1 Elba. 9 11 1 Warner. 9 30 Whipple. 9 42 i Stanley. .10 02claywood. 10 101 Marietta. 10 35 1 s Stop signal Only. Sex. No. 3. Sex. No. 1. 7 50 a in 5 00 10 007 02 10 137 12 11 008 to. 11 50iv5 20 12 206 00 8 35 a in 10 00 10 5811 485 41 7 00 7 52. 8 35. 2 12 7 35 a in 2 388 . 2 57 s 8 18 s 3 <�2 s 8 23. 3 278 47. 4 009 17. 4 309 43. 4 5510 02. 5 0510 19. 5 a a s 10 54. 5 4011 04. J 6 0211 30. 6 1011 .58. 6 1711 46. 1 6 2911 58. 6 39 s 12 08 % 6 5212 21. 6 5712 29. 7 20 m 12 50 p in connections made with All lines at Junction Points for All important cities fast West. J. A. Terry Geum a passenger agent. Cleveland let brain amp wheel i not i Railroad. In effect november 29, 1885. A new Standard Tina. Trains going South. Arrive at Wheeling he Street car from Bridge port depot. Trains going North. Acom Acom Bridgeport. Flushing i Freeport. Tippecanoe Stillwater. New port. Uhrichsville. he Seville Tuscarawas Goshen. New philae. Dover. Strasburg. Reach City Navarre. Massillon. Fulton. Warwick. Sterling. Chips Walak Medina. Grafton. Elyria. Laek River Cleveland a Iodate a no. 2. No. 4. Find a i. No. 6. No. 11 30 m. 3 15 pm. 400 my 12 58 a a 4 30 a a 6 15 a a 1 10 a a 5 min a i 7 10 a a 1 26 a a 5 15 a a 8 00 a a 1 36 a a 5 25 3 Job a 1 46 5 35 a a 8 53 a a 1 55 14 5 43 a a 9 00 a a 5 40 . 2 15 44 5 43 a a 9 00 a a 5 58 a 2 23 5 51 a a i 15 a a 5 53 a a 5 57 a a \ 0 25 a a 6 00 a a 2 37 44 6 05 a a 9 60 6 00 a a 2 49 44 6 14 a a 10 46 6 21 a a 2 58 44 6 27 a a 11 a it a a 6 32 a a 3 09 44 6 40 a a 1210pm 6 4-5 a a a a a it a it Quot 6 55 a a 12 40 a a 7 a a 3 37 44 7 log a j 00 a a 7 21 a a .3 58 44 2 10 Quot i a a 4 a i 44 2 30 a a 7 55 4 32 44 i 3 35 a a h 12 a a 4 48 44 4 10 a a 8 27 Quot 5 00 44 5 is 8 55 a a 5 .31 44 7 19 a a 9 25 a a 6 �2 44 7 4-5 a a 1 40 a a 6 20 pm. 8 so a to 00 a a i 6 it 44 1m ill 4# Cleveland with fast East also with Cleveland and Detroit steam ers Tor Detroit and All Points in Michigan and Canada at Elyria with the l. S. A m. K Ray for Wellington Crestline Columbus Etc. At Russell with a. A g. W. By. For Ashland Burbank Wadsworth Mansfield and intermediate Points at Warwick with c. It. V. A c. Ray for Orville and Akron and it. Ven i at Massillon a with p. It. W. A c. Ray for Canton Wooster Etc. At Dover with c. A m. Ray for Cambridge Marietta Parkersburg and intermediate Points at i Uhrichsville with p. And St. E. Key for Steubenville Coshocton and Zanesville. Columbus Cincinnati to. At Bridgeport with a. A p. Key for Hellaire Pittsburgh Etc. At Wheeling with 15. A Ray Tor Washington Baltimore Etc., and with Ohio River steamers. Tickets Sale at All stations and ticket offices. Oscar Townsend general manager. We. Ii. Grout Gene a freight and ticket agent. Swaims Nursery Westchester. Ohio. If we Cut off 3 so u a re feet then 4 times the Square Root 3, and 72 times the Square rot it 3 will lie the respective dimensions the Triangle Cut hence generally for any number Square feet Cut off the dimensions will la 4, and 72 times the Square Root the area Cut off. By solving according to this Law the solution is very Short anti easy. J. P. K. We have More problems hand hut we Are obliged to put them off for some time in the future. We shall have a column miscellaneous matter next Issue. Send in your contributions promptly. Respectfully yours John p. Kuhn. The City band was highly comply a merited for the excellent music fur a wished by that organization at the rink i tuesday night. T he undersigned wishes tit announce to it the Public that he Lias permanently located his Nursery in Westchester Ohio., where he always has Mii hand a full and Complete assortment fruit Trees and Small fruits every variety adapted to our climate and soil. I wish to Call Especial attention to the fact that 1 can Supply Osage Orange hedge either one two years old in any Quantity desired. My fruit Trees Are All my own cultivation. And fruit growers can rely upon getting what they want. By i n. S. Swaim Cadwallader Ohio. D1ssoluth it a notice. The partnership heretofore existing Between a Alvin Waltz and j. A. Bower new Cumber lain Ohio under the firm name Waltz a Bower. Hardware merchants has this 18th Day december 1885, been dissolved by Mutual concent j. A. Bower retiring. The books axe in the hands j. A Bower for settlement. Ataik Waltz. J. A. Bow Kab. January 28,1886. 5w3 a r. A. L. Hilpp physician and surgeon. New Philadelphia. Ohio. Office Over Mathias a Mckay Lane a store office hours 9 a. Till 10 a. 2 v. A. Till 3 p. G till 8 p. V. Ream jr., attorney at Lew notary Public and conveyancer. Office a Corner Public Square in Judy building new Philadelphia Ohio. Lye a Luijs c. Dittmar a shaving parlor and Bath rooms next door to news depot hair cutting a specially. A work done with neatness and dispatch

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