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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - February 11, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volumn Philadelphia o., thursday february 11, 1886. Number 7. New Philadelphia times. He will go Back. Samuel Moore w. Ii w at soy a a proprietor. Editor. Thursday february 11,186. Office in citizens National rank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. 4t3the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Kates one year Cash in advances 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Postof lice order to the address the proprietor. A 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 be held in Law to be a subscriber. If 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. Under the caption a characters Congress Quot we find the following special from Washington i. C., to the Cincinnati enquirer. Representative Beriah Wilkins Ohio was ask to Day whether he intended to try to come Back to Congress again. A i am Uncertain about that a said he. A a done to you want to come Back a �?o1 am not very particular a tout a you Are Good terms with your people Are you not a a is your conscience Clear a a do you feel that your constituents owe you another term a a that is for them to a if a nomination were offered you would Quot you decline it a a if my people think that i can he any service to them Here and if they see fit to tender me a nomination i will come Back and serve them to the Best my the fact is that up to a Short time ago . Wilkins was honestly indifferent to a renomination but a Large number the Foremost men his District have made an Earnest Effort to prevail upon him to consent to a return to Congress and the gentleman has gained his own consent to make the race again. It is fair to presume that the fifteenth District will continue to he represented by . Wilkins for some time to come. Ministers salaries. By a la in Man. Official directory. District. Congresses Riah Wilkins state . W. A rites i i t i cd A Nee common pleas pea rec. County. Representative Francis Ankney probate . W. Yeagley prosecuting attorney. F. Wilkins clerk. Figert . W. Rowers w. Kinsey treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. 1. L. Kennedy ,.j. G. Neumann i s. Kufer w. E. Lash 11. Renner 0.11. Hoover i. Wherrey w. Rogers l. Kraut z. Sec City Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getz Nian. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher 1 it out Licitr. We. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner a a Council justices. Names. Townships. Post office. A Daniel Krebs. Clay. Lock no. 17. Fames w South Wayne. Dundee. George Bear. Perry. Cadwallader. Isaac Washington Coli. Henry Deible. Bucks. Baltic. Jacob Kreig. Sugar Creek. Shanesville. Henry Vanlehn Warwick. Tuscarawas. J h Banks. Warren. New Cumberland Daniel Haas. Franklin. Strasburg. John Smith. Goshen. Barnhill. Jus Galbraeth. Bush. Tippecanoe. John Milone. Mill. Uhrich vibe. Samuel Moore. Goshen. New Lii lady a. T b Rankin. Rush. Gnadenhutten. L s Winsch. Clay. Gnaden Lutten. Y r Berkshire. Perry. Cadwallader. Is y Renneker. Fairfield. New Philada a. L s Mckinney. Sandy. Mineral City. We k Reck. Goshen. New Philada a. Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. Bolivar. J 11 Gardner. Warren. New Cumberland robot court hers Washington Albany. John Wetter. Wayne. 1 Lundee. William Kinsey York. New Philada a. Philip Doerfer. Bucks. Baltic. T .1 Stocker. Salem. Port Washington t ii Mozon a. Mill. Uhrichsville. Joseph healon Mill. Dennison. Chas f Davis. T i Tord. Newcomerstown Ltd c Fernsel. 1 rank Lin. Strasburg. Levi Travis. Auburn. Hagers Ille. J w Newbury. I Lover. Canal Dover. Jos 11 Dover. Canal Dover. Nich Mon tag. To . Canal Dover. Wesley m Tracy Lundy. Mineral it Ity. John b Jones. Auburn. Rogers Ille. Hiram Lehman. Warwick. Tuscarawas. David Breymeir Lawrence. /.ear. Lewis c Zollars. Sugar Creek. . L a Cornett. Salem. Port Washington John s Spring. Jefferson. Port Washington Charles 11 Ellers Fairfield. Soar station. John w Rollie. Jefferson. Stone Creek. Hugh t i Unis. Goshen. New Philada a. a Kinsley. It word. Newcomerstown p ii Kuhn. Ork. Black band. M s Wagner. Union. Lirie Osville. Church directory. Presbyter i a no preach g every sunday at general Winfield Scott Hancock has been summoned to join the army the dead by the great commander above. A Telegram from new York dated february 9th, announcing the sad news says a general Hancock is such wore the words that came by wire from governors Island a Little after 3 clock this afternoon and were hashed abroad Over the land that the Gallant Soldier had fought to preserve. The sad intelligence created a profound sensation for hut few in this City were aware even the general a illness. His More intimate friends know that he had been ailing for several weeks but no one was prepared for the news his sudden death. The general feeling is one the most sincere regret. The dead Soldier had few if any enemies and could number friends every hand. His Brief political career was sue i a nature As to i add Luster to his already Bright Fame i while his military services form one the brightes pages in Ameri i can history. In Washington boil developed itself the Hack his neck. It was lanced january 30, and As the general was much inconvenienced by its presence he returned to new York several Days sooner than he at first designed. During the first week february the boil developed into a malignant Carbuncle which supp rated constantly and ultimately caused his death. The deceased it general was 62 years age. The supreme court i Scon sin wednesday last week rendered an important decision to brewery interests and one that May have considerable in ii enee local option in the future. The ease Sarbecker is. The state is adjudged in favor Sarbecker a travelling Salesman for a Janesville brewery. The Justice and circuit courts found Sarbecker guilty Selling liquor in Stoughton where no License s Are granted. The higher court reversed the judgments the lower courts and holds that when the Beer was delivered to the Railroad company in Janesville the Sale was Complete and hence no Sale liquor took place in Stoughton hut the sales the agent were made in Janesville. 10 30 a. In. Ami 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. M. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Erv lord s Jay morning at 10 30 a. M. Preach no morning and evening every third lord s Day it it a each month. Sunday school at 0 clock a. M. An anti treating Bill has passed one Branch the Washington territory legislature. It prohibits any person from treating entertaining a gratuitously any other person persons to with spirituous malt liquors wines cider any other beverage whatever in any Public bar room Saloon Beer Hall grocery in this territory in any other Public place resort the penalty is a Fine not less than 85 More than 825, Imp is germ a every Sun 1 Ozment not less than five nor More than Day at 1030jh. M. And 2 15 p. In., alternately i sunday school at 1> 00 a. M. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the a first sunday morning service Yaeli 1 methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. M. Sun Day school at h a. In. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. Twenty Davs both. Month concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Ill. Lodge directory. M chapter no. 3s. R a. Al., meets thursday before full Moon at Ala sonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daiki get Max Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. Al meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mall Vaxie w. Al g. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge. No. 73, meets in their Castle Lylall Centre Block every thursday evening. A. E. Beck. A. Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. 0.0. Philadelphia Lodge. No. La. Meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Ball. F. Kislig. N. G. I. A. Courll Alec. Sec a. Or. Edson the next York health department has had the Dye some Bright red stockings which were Mede in Saxony examined and the analysis discovered that it contained arsenic and Antimony. Both Poison the skin and what is known As Antimony Rasli is produced by underclothing the Dye which is fixed with Antimony. Children Are the worst sufferers from Antimony rash As they Are the most Likely to Avear the Bright colors which contains the Poison. The latest instance ungodliness in the salvation army is the elopement Jerome ii. Smale with miss Melvee a member that organization from a ill Iam sport Pennsylvania last saturday. Miss Mckee is a Good looking big com Young woman and is fond the attention men. Latterly she has not i men in Good standing Light. Jerome ii. Smale was a respected Artisan and lie leaves a wealthy and devoted wife. I. 0. 0. Lodge. No. 430. Meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. 8temp11fly, n. G. 1. Skol rec. Sec a. I. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Broek. J. J. Parr P. I. A. Cob Kell scribe. I. O. O. . P. U. C., no. A meets every third thursday evening in Yaeli month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. R. J. A. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. A. A. Crawford Post no. 6,%ieets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. A. Bowers commander. One the most insane suicides record is that George Keller an Indiana Farmer with great possessions and a pleasant family killed himself because he had too much Money. It seems if lie might have got rid some his Money without getting rid himself. The world is full kind hearted persons who would to willing to share in the terrible Burden which weigher poor Keller Down. Royal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. A ii. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at a p. Hall. To. Sluthour. Pres s. Moore Cor. Sec a. Last week Over 825,000 in Silver bricks weighing 100 pounds Yaeli passed Over the it. Wayne Railroad by express in route from san Francisco to Philadelphia in charge messenger Wise one the oldest messengers in the eni ploy the express company. Pit a Sci s rom 1 1, 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 his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank senator Ramsey Minnesota several years ago gave his wife the Choice be tween a 8600 Block lot in Minneapolis a Nice new Bonnet. Disregarding the traditions her sex she took the lot and recently sold it for $90,000. The present value the hat she had in mind at the time is not known. Want promptness in paying the salaries our ministers is a great and a growing evil in our churches. We feel persuaded that if the people realized the wrong that is done the ministers and the injury that is done the cause religion in this Way the evil would soon he remedied. They who minister unto us in spiritual things should he ministered unto by us in carnal tilings. We should promptly and liberally provide for their temporal wants and comforts in order that they May be free from All worldly care and anxiety. Where this is not done ministers Are often compelled to violate their word Promise to others. This causes the people to lose Confidence in them. Their influx enee for Good is lessened in the congregation. In addition ministers Are wounded and humiliated in their feelings. The painful conviction is forced upon them that their labors love Are not appreciated by those whom they serve. The impression that the congregation wants to get rid them grows and deepens until they Are compelled very reluctantly to seek some other Field labor. 1 heard a Good ? elder once say that a a if you want to get rid a minister Cut Short his some seem to act upon that principle. And we May usually get rid them in that Way but we usually get rid gods favor at the save time. Besides All will admit that this is not a Manly thing to do. It is cowardly and unjust to treat Todd a ministers Inthis Way. The minister should never i be obliged to ask for his salary. Those having the financial interests the. Church under their care should see that it is paid promptly when due. All the temporal and financial Workings the Church should be conducted upon strict business principles. 1 know some congregations where the pastor is expected to urge his pressing need Money upon the treasurer trustees before an Effort is made to collect the stipends. The officers reason that the people will be More Likely to pay their subscription when the collector can say to them a the minister is urging us for they place the minister Between them ind the congregation so that they themselves May escape Hlatke. The pastor serves the purpose a Washer Between the officers and the people. This May ease off blame from the officers but it is a Little rough the preacher. The people will pretty soon learn to intimate that the minister cares More for their Money than for their souls. The minister is Between the upper and the nether Millstone and will be pretty will used up before he gets through the process. Of course it will soon he whispered abroad that the minister is losing the favor the people. Then the officers will he tardy about passing the subscription paper and the people will he slow to subscribe to his support. By this process the minister will soon be driven away and the Field be left open for some new Man to come among them and undergo the same process to iteration and expulsion. My Brethren such things ought not so to be. Gods anger will be kindled against you. He will chastise you. A a repent else i will come upon thee quickly and will remove thy candlestick out his place except thou Rev. Ii. 5.�?presbyterian Banner. The Sli reve sees last week tells the following joke judge Stillwell judge Stilwell Miller Burgh came Over to visit his sister mrs. J. L. Campbell tuesday and thought he would Surprise her by going in unannounced. He went to the House where she resided when he was Here a former occasion stepped into the hallway removed his hat overcoat and rubbers and started for the Kitchen rubbing his hands and a Bland smile ran All up and Down his face As he pictured to himself the Surprise in store for his sister. The judge was somewhat taken Back however when he found himself face to face with mrs. I. F. Moak whose Kitchen he had entered. When the judge discovered that since his last visit Here . Campbell had moved into his own residence Wood Street he harnessed up again and went Down there it is scarcely necessary to add that the judge took the precaution to ring the door Bell before he entered. A business is business and hustling is hustling a said a state Street merchant a shut All the hustling i think the life insurance men take the Mutton pie. One Day last week while at dinner in a Dearborn Street restaurant i happened to mention to a Friend mine that i lie lived i would take out a life insurance policy pretty soon. When i got Back to the store i found thirteen insurance agents waiting for me. 1 made my escape by Way the a Chicago Herald. _ to measure the height a tree Mark two line the ground three feet apart. Rut a stick in the line nearest the Sun exactly thee feet above the soil. When the end the Shadow the stick exactly touches the furthest line then also the Shadow the tree will be exactly its height. The old fashioned clothes pin remedy appears to be falling into disrepute. At any rate a fashionable new York lady has been granted a divorce from her husband the main basis her complaint being the fact that he snored and made no Effort to Stop snoring. The use paper ruled in Square Diagonal lines has been forbidden in the austrian schools As such rules has been found to injure the eyesight pupils. Only Plain paper with ruling straight across will be used in future. L. Aywood dressed beef dealer was to have introduced gov. St. John at a meeting at Bridgeport conn., saturday. Instead he went out to his barn and hanged himself. A prominent physician Athens ga., who had Many cases sore Throat lately made an investigation and found nearly every one them was caused by cigarette smoking. It Cost 8r000 to build the Niagara roller rink at Massillon. It avas sold for 8300, saturday the Newcomerstown Index has an educational column conducted by a. E. Case. Last week a prize was awarded for the Best solution a question Given in a previous number that paper and was carried off by miss Minnie Porter aged Only 12 years daughter Hon. Ii. Ii. Porter port Washington. There were seven competitors among them prof. A. Bagnall. In awarding the prize to Little Minnie air Case Speaks As follows in the educational column a was i am compelled to make a Choice i shall give it to m iss Minnie Porter port Washington who sent All her work in full and gave both arithmetical and algebraic solutions to the arithmetical problems. Her list is very neatly written and the fact that she is Only 12 years old adds much to the Merit her work. Richard Stocker a highly respected citizen Tuscarawas county died at his residence in port Washington monday last week aged 60 years. Deceased was let Orn in port avas Lington where he resided up to the time his death which resulted from tumor the left Side. He was married three times had two children by his first wife both whom now reside in Iowa and six by his third wife All now at Home. Richard Stocker was a kind father and husband and enjoyed the Confidence and esteem a Large Circle warm friends. Funeral services were held in the moravian Church. We find the following item in the Fairmont West virginian . A. L. Hupp formerly Harrison county who with his wife visited her relatives Bingamon this county about two months since took leave their friends and have located in new Philadelphia Ohio. The doctor who is a graduate Bellevue Hospital College new York has gained for himself More than a local reputation As a physician and surgeon As persons came from a distance and placed themselves under his treatment. He and his genial wife leave a Host friends but they will find such wherever they go. A wednesday night last week a tramp broke into the depot at Avondale Coshocton county and stole several articles clothing and two dollars in Money. He was captured at Andy Huffman a place in Baltic this county Friday morning and acknowledged his guilt saying he a wanted to Lay up for repairs a few weeks when taken to the depot for transportation to Coshocton he threw away some burglar tools which he had concealed his person. Henry Bruner York township has leased the old Gintz hotel property West High Street and converted it into a Farmers hotel. Johnny Yasser fallen is doing tie amiable As chief clerk and would be glad to have his old friends Call and see him. Good stabling is connected with the House where Farmers can have their horses fed and cared for at very moderate rates. Georgia has a Post office named a taking some one in the Vicinity found a Large Stone upon which was painted tie words a turn me it required great strength to accomplish this and when it was done the command a a now turn me Hack and let me fool some one else a painted the other Side the Stone met the Eye. One effect the discovery and development Wells has been to put up the Price land in the Region where they Are found and to break Down the value Coal lands. Land in the neighbourhood Pittsburgh known to contain Coal can be had for thirty dollars an acre while privileges alone Are bringing five thousand dollars an acre. The now York courts have a novel Way testing the sanity a testator who made his will a few hours before his death. It was shown in evidence that he had said he thought a whisky punch would do him Good. That settled it and the court sustained the will. Jacob Torgler Phillips Burgh has commenced operations for building a two Story Frame business House in that place. Jacob is an energetic Young Man and in connection with his brother Fred is now operating a Wagon and Carriage shop turning out a Large amount excellent work. Samuel Swaby an industrious Farmer near canal Dover made an assignment a wednesday last week to Joseph unkind this City. Assets 823,-000 liabilities not known. Aside from his farm air. Swaby was interested in the fire Clay works that arc located his land. A Philadelphia paper has an exhaustive editorial dissertation upon the Beauty the hand. But in the Quaker City As everywhere else the most Beautiful hand will continue to be the one that contains four aces. A scientific paper publishes this bit information a a Lay a piece charcoal upon Burns and the pain subsides immediately. By leaving the charcoal upon the wound an hour it will be heated. The remedy is very cheap and a woman in new York recovered $20,-000 from a Railroad for the loss a leg. If a leg is Worth 820,000, what is the whole woman Worth ? a without her leg she will marry better than she would have done before she lost it. Look out for him a counterfeiter plying his nefarious Trade in Stark county. Aias Sillon o., feb. 5. A Man about 5 feet 8 inches in Hialit stoutly built with a Black mustaches Beard three four weeks growth wearing a double breasted Light coloured coat no overcoat and loaded Down with counterfeit Silver dollars sojourned for a few hours in this City this morning. The above description a fellow who was wanted in Canton for passing spurious Coin was telephoned Here and the officers got his Trail shortly afterwards. As far As reported he Only succeeded in disposing one his illegal pieces that being traded for a Glass Beer and 95 cents in Good Coin at Alt Panyard a Saloon. The fellow was seen at the c., l. Amp a. Depot his pockets bulging out with his base wealth but when his identity was established he started North the a. Amp l. E. Track and Only escaped by being fleeter foot than two pursuers. The officers believe that the fellow belongs to a gang who have been working this Racket in towns East and North Here. He a a Rattler. Tile remarkable malady a georgian. Personal notes. Jasper ga., feb. 8. The condition Sylvester same a Well known citizen this county excites considerable interest. Two years ago air. Sams while walking Over his farm was bitten by a Rattlesnake. He immediately resorted to the native remedy in such cases whiskey which he took copious draughts. Nothing More was thought the matter until six months ago when Sams betrayed symptoms St. Vitus dance. He is never still not even in sleep moving incessantly. Lately he has developed violent symptoms so much so that he heat his wife and family and whoever came within his reach. He now acts like a Man with a Well defined Case rabies Only instead Barking he makes a rattling sound lie has been taken to Canton jail where a Strong guard is kept Over him until the result his ease can he reached. Ahead All Competition. A Cleveland Speculator sent his son to Wisconsin to buy hops telling him to keep his eyes open for any other speculation. After a few Day a dispatch came saying a a a widow has got a Corner the hop Market this state. Shall 1 marry her a a a certainly a was the reply sent Over the wires. Twelve hours later the son announced a a got the hops the widow and seven it Tep children and shall tio to Chicago to Morrow to see about a Wall Street sacs. A queer Case. Wheeling a. Va., feb. 5. For Over two weeks the 11-year-old daughter Al. J. Huff at Sand Hill has been ill from causes that the physicians fail to understand. The child at times sinks into a death like trance during which she is apparently dead. After this passes Strong convulsions seize her and her strength is terrific for a period. A Hen the spasms cease a smile overspread the girls face and she raises her hands and appears to hold conversation with invisible friends. She has not eaten Tor Over two weeks. Served him right. Aliss Hunter Carrollton is visiting Leila Kennedy this City. F Harvey Crouch Cleveland and his sister Aliss Alice Boston Are visiting their Parent and Many friends in this place. _ Rev. J. Al. Carr i. D., a former pastor will occupy the pulpit the E. Church next Sabbath morning and evening. J. T. Youngs has been appointed postmaster at Stillwater and John a. Rolli at Stone Creek. A Young son Peter Dick aged two years and six months died Scarlet fever tuesday night after an illness two weeks. Alisa Sadie Barr has gone to Cleveland with a View remaining there permanently. She will be missed by her Many warm friends. Aliss a aggie Benkin Dennison spent a few Days this week in new Philadelphia the guest a. B. Rennie East Avenue. Air. John Liller Holgate o., is visiting his old friends and relatives in this City. Air. M. Was suddenly called to this place by the recent death his son. Sam Jones says he never had the audacity to got Down and Pray for an old politician society woman. Surely it Isno because need praying for. _ prof. Forney is again Able to be out and enjoying the fresh air having been confined to the House and his bed for several Days suffering from a severe bilious attack. Acc have it from Good authority that a when you see a Young Man and woman walking Down the Street like a pair badly mated oxen it is a pretty Good sign that they Are Bent an excellent Field for missionary labor is right at our doors which can he cultivated much More cheaply and profitable than those foreign Fields to which our attention is so frequently called. A Farmer in new Hampshire has been fined for cruelty in not providing shelter for his cattle during the late cold weather. He was the richest Man in the neighbourhood. David Kittrell who was running a passenger and baggage Transfer Wagon was shot four times through the head and killed instantly at the Union depot Dallas tex., by r. N. Hetman Alon Dav last. Both Are Well known in Dallas and the tragedy created a Surprise and sensation. Hoffman charges that kit Trell had seduced his daughter Lila aged 18 years and had refused to marry her. Immediately after the shooting Hoff Man surrendered to the officers and was placed in jail. The biggest Man in Cincinnati is Fred Madison who stands 6 feet Kun inches in his stockings measures 60 inches around the shoulders weighs 250pounds, and is Only 21 years age. He got his growth out among the lumber Mills puget sound and Salmon fisheries the a Olum Bir River. There is something extremely wrong in a fashion that makes a lady at a Ball carry a Long useless Trail a dress in her hand when she is actually needing something to cover the nakedness her shoulders. The new York journal states that a Western mules Tail was blown off by a recent blizzard and adds a a Arhat became the blizzard is not stated but it is Safe to presume that it had the wind kicked out _ John abyss aged Coshocton citizen overcome by the heat his burning House fell into the flames and was dragged out unconscious and fatally burned. Noah Troyer and v. Fisher Baltic Bucks township gave the times office a Friendly visit londay. They joined the times army corps each paying for one year is subscription. Thanks. Ave Are sorry to learn that our Young Friend Charles Baumer son Peter Baumer in the country is lying in a dangerous condition with typhoid fever. Aye Hope to hear soon his speedy recovery. Frank a. Janes left his Home in this City tuesday for los Angelos California where he goes an extended visit for his health. His Many friends wish Frank a pleasant and save journey and a speedy return to health and Home. Mrs. John Kennedy gave a Tea party tuesday evening to a Large number invited guests. Those present say the supper was perfectly elegant and greatly enjoyed by everyone. The guests were also treated to a feast excellent music by air. Kennedy and his family All whom Are endowed with More than Ordinary musical Talent both vocal and instrumental. Court proceedings. Adjourned terms january 1, 1880. The Many friends Aliss Alice Crouch have expressed a desire to hear the accomplished Little lady sing in Public once More before she leaves our City for Boston. The times heartily voices the sentiment thus expressed by new Philadelphia music Loving people and ventures the assertion that the talented lady would be greeted by a Large and enthusiastic audience. Lewis k. Thompson is Joseph s. Lyons. Lotion for new trial overruled in judgment against plaintiff for Cost. Jeremiah Rusk is the Monarch Coal co. Motion for new trial overruled. Defendant excepts�?30 Days Given to prepare Bill exceptions. Judgment verdict against company $5,000. Bill signed and Case entered in circuit court. The Farmers elevator co. Is James Burt Assignee Garrett Smith. Finding for Assignor claim $2,877. Plaintiff files petition in error in circuit court. A. Vinton is Lake Erie amp Wheeling operating Larietta it Al. Defendant Lake Erie allowed 30 Days to prepare Bill exceptions and file petition in error to circuit court. O. Ii. Hoover and Charles Hummell is Isaac r. Hendershott. Appeal to circuit court. Ohio complaint Elizabeth Liller is Jacob Horn . Settled. Judgment for plaintiff for 8165 and costs. George h. Goble is Richard Reilley it us it Al. Al a. Ream jr., appointed receiver. Am. F. A alter is Awilliam Davis and Alfred Davis. Enos s. Souers appointed receiver. February term 1886. Hon. J. Hance presiding. First week. Grand jury empanelled. S. J. Albert appointed special Constable to jury. James a. Thompson court Constable. Jonathan Norris is James ii. Hahn. Sale real estate firmed. In attachment con Kiuly Buhler Philips Burgh Jefferson township had one his legs broken londay this week by a saw log rolling upon him. The Large hone was broken in two places. The latest Brick brass victim lives at Nashville tenn., and he thinking it was stolen paid $6,000 for a 824 article. The dishonest fools Are Many. Everybody should attend the Charity carnival to be Given under tie auspices the ladies Aid society Friday evening february 12th. Twenty two new subscribers were added to the times subscription list londay this week and sixteen More tuesday. A full and concise resume congressional and legislative news will be found each week the second Page the times. James Donahay aged 84 years died at the residence James Ali liken in Rush township londay evening. The Well known firm Mathias amp Mcfarlane this City has been dissolved by Mutual consent air. Al Farlane retiring having sold Lus interest to a air. A Illiams formerly Akron. Aye Are sorry to note the retirement our genial Friend Imas he is familiarly known from the business Community this City and wish for him abundant Success and Prosperity in whatever calling he May hereafter engage in. The new firm will continue business at the old stand and extend a cordial invitation to All old patrons to Call and see them. Last week it was suggested in the times that about a car Load fish be sent to new Philadelphia As diet for persons not Able to take exercise sufficient to keep the body in a healthy state. The cargo has arrived and will be found the second Page this weeks paper. They arc a Devilish Nice looking lot fish but we done to venture an opinion their digestible qualities As the Anatomy these particular fish seem to be Wood. Commencing with this weeks edition the sermons Talmadge that eloquent Able and noted divine will be found in the new Philadelphia times. At the request Many subscribers we have made special arrangement for the publication this noted and far famed theologians views and pulpit oratory and Hope that our efforts have not been in vain. The Argus ceased publication Friday last week the subscription list having been transferred to the Ohio Democrat this City. The material is still owned by f. Ai. Reed and we understand is for Sale. Our Best wishes Are for All parties concerned in the transaction. Air. George Anderson this township recently tendered a clerkship in the blackfeet Indian Agency Alontaga declined and Hon. B. Ayi Lkins had Peter Wagner Dover township son sex county treasurer John a. Wagner appointed to the Uhrich Rille Democrat. Or. Kisner Canton will be at the Exchange hotel this City saturday february 20th, and thereafter regularly every four weeks. A Silver Dollar May let a Worth Only 79 cents according to some our political exchanges but we notice a Gold Dollar will not buy any More groceries. After president Cleveland has informed the Republican senators Why he removed some office holders it will let a in order for the democratic senators Why he did not remove More guardian. There is no longer any doubt that the augean stables were origin Nally located in press. John Alerich is David Roenbaugh. Plaintiff leave to reply i Stanter. Knolton amp Dolan is Adam Stocker. Continued motion and at Cost defendant. Frank Hay is James a Addington. John Ai. Custer leave to file supplemental answer i Stanter. Christian Stocker is Richard Stocker. Settled and costs paid. Smith foundry company is Ezra Nicholson. Dismissed for want prosecution. John Simons is John Smith. Settled a each to pay one half costs. E. A. Berrich is t. Healea. Dismissed. G. A. Stoutt is Henry Fisher. Henry Fisher leave to withdraw motion and file answer. A. T. Liller is Rachel a. Bumper. Appeal. Leave to defendant to answer feb. 15, 1886. Cresswell amp Nagley is Henry Gopp. J. T. Alc Cleam made defendant his own motion. J. B. Alathia leave to answer i Stanter. John Kennedy is Dent amp Powle son. Lotion l int submitted to court. Motion overruled. Leave granted defendant to answer in 10 Days. Cresswell amp Nagley is. T. Of Donnell. Submitted motion plaintiff. Lotion sustained in part leave to defendant to answer in 10 Days. Thos. J. A. Richards is Joseph Axx. Demurrer to petition overruled. Defendant leave to answer in 10 Days. Anna Graham is am. Campbell. Demurrer to answer sustained. Finding for plaintiff against defendant. Drusilla Stoody is John d. Aldridge. Partition real estate ordered. The grand jury report to the court that they were in session five Days and examined 75 witnesses and investigated 25 cases six which were ignored by Thorn and 19 reported with Hills indictment Viz one assault and Battery. One burglary and larceny. Seventeen liquor cases embracing Selling contrary to Law Selling sunday keeping open sunday Selling to minors Selling to persons in the habit Etc. Court cases. Conducted by John p. Kuhn miscellany. 1.�? question 1, no. 4. A a what is the Day line and where is it situated a this line is properly called the a a International Date line a and it does not extend along any particular Meridean As some suppose but the contrary it is a very irregular line situated in the Pacific Ocean. Now in order to give our readers an Opportunity to Trace this line so As to fix its location permanently upon their memories we shall give them the following directions How to Trace this important line with which a great Many teachers and scholars Are not conversant. Take a map the world a Large Globe representing the surface the Earth and put the Point a Lead Pencil upon a Point situated in North latitude 85�, and West Longitude 172$� from Greenwich near London then draw your Pencil in a curve with the convex Side the curve toward the East till you reach Behring a Strait pass through Behring a Strait continue the line toward the Southwest pass near the Eastern limit Japan Empire continue toward the Southwest leaving the philippine islands East the line in the South China sea to a Point situated about 10� North latitude and 2461� West from Greenwich then curve towards the Southeast extend the line so As to pass Between Borneo and the philippine islands continue toward the Southeast in a curve with the concave Side the curve the southwestern Side it pass near new Guinea and new Ucland leaving them the concave Side the line and continue the curve until you reach a Point situated about 60� South latitude and 170� West Longitude from Greenwich. This gives you the Aroxi mate situation the a a Day line a More properly the a a International Date Ashen it is saturday East this line it is sunday West it and when a person crosses this line at noon any particular Day he will pass from the Middle one Day to the Middle the next without an intervening night and he can do so in less than a minute time. If a vessel crosses this line from West to East it arrives the Eastern Side the Day before it started and if it crosses from the Eastern Side it will get Over the Day after it started hut it is possible for it to return to the Eastern Side and make the round trip in less than an hour. This line became established by sailors and missionaries. A vessels from Europe sailing to the East indies by the Way the Cape Good Hope South Africa gained one half a Day upon their arrival other vessels also sailing from Europe to the East indies by the Way Cape Horn South South America lost one half a Day each party established its Home time upon different islands this time was naturally 24 hours apart because Between them they circumnavigated the Gloslie. These facts led to a permanent establishment the International Date line with which the ship captains All civilized nations Are Well acquainted. Our description this line is rather lengthy but we could hardly have said much less and made the matter Plain. Our text books geography As a Rule Are silent upon this important subject and therefore Many a Good teacher has a reasonable excuse for not knowing any thing about it. Aye shall feel gratified however if we have been the Humble Means giving our fellow teachers the necessary information. Much More can he written this subject but for the want time and space we close for this week. Aye shall answer other miscellaneous questions next week. Till then we remain respectfully your Humble servant and fellow labourer. John 1. Kuhn. A Youthful suicide. Bionday february 15. Awilliam ii. Gray is Sarah e. Gray. Jury cases assign 1v1 ent. Bionday february 15. Merchants National Bank Indianapolis is Henry Kramer. Tuesday february 10. Alary a. Swank is Henry Rice. Thursday february 18. Lydia a. Reese is Abraham Yeber. Friday february 19. George a. Maugherman is Awilliam Hennri Ghouse. Saturday february 20. Ohio complaint Mary i it. Liller is Thomas Kemp. Bionday february 22. Susanna Graham is Doratha Bunch. Elizabeth Cogan is John Wise. Tuesday february 23. John Deis is Martin Brentzel it Al. Thursday february 25. Henry s. Render is Aynsley Ai. Tracy. Awilliam Dinning is Salem Gray. Friday february 26. Cinderilla Green is Thomas Floore. Monday March 1. Levi Albaugh is Al Ichael France. Lutheran Church. Travellers guide. Cleveland and Ai Arietta 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 Tor the Pennsylvania Oil Fields and All Points East and Southeast. December 0, 1885 going North. Stations. Sex. No. 2. Sex. No. A a Marietta. Leave 6 20 a. M. 2 30 Caywood. To 38 s 2 51 s Stanley. 6 43 s 2 56 s Whipple. 0 57 s 3 10 s Warner. 7 002 38. Elba. 7 173 42. Macksburg. 7 253dexter City. Caldwell. 7 323 50 t4 11. Belle Valley. 8 034 21 Point pleasant. 8 284 45. Byesville. Cambridge. 8 384 55. Arrive 8 505 10 Kimbolton. 9 175 46 newcomers owner. 9 476 20 Phillipsburg. 10 07 s 6 32 s Black band. 10 12 s 6 36 s canal Dover. 10 286 55.�?z Valley Junction. 10 517 20 1 m Canton. 11 39 a. M. 7 58 Akron. 12 33 a. M. 8 54. Cleveland. Arrive 1 50 p. M. 10 15 Buffalo. 8 00 p. M. 6 20 Orrville. 1 10 p. M. 10 05 Creston. 1 5510 45. Wellington. 2 4011 28. Norwalk. 3 2712 10 a v Monroeville. 3 4412 25. Toledo. 5 555 20 Columbus. 12 35 11 e5 Chicago. Pittsburgh. 5 40 8 55 a ii. 3 30 t in a 11 new York. 7 00 6 55 p u Coin South. Stations. Sex. No. 3. Sex. No. 1. Toledo. 7 50 a in 5 00 p to Monroeville. 10 007 02. Norwalk. 10 137 12. Wellington. 11 . 8 10. Creston. 11 50iv5 20. Orrville. 12 20c in. Cleveland. Leave 8 35 5 4u p in Akron. 10 7 k Canton. 10 587 52. Valley Junction. 11 488 35. Valley Junction. Leave 2 12 7 35 canal Dover. 2 388 in. Black band. 2 57 s 8 is s Phillipsburg. No. 17. 3 02 s 8 23. Newcomer St a Kimbolton. A Eom. 3 274 in. H 479 17 Cambridge. 6 30 am 4 309 4.5. Byesville. 6 55 4 5510 02. Let. Pleasant. 7 15 5 0511 1belle Valley. 8 035 30 s 10 5�. Caldwell. 8 17 5 4011 04. Dexter City. 8 476 0211 .30. Macksburg. 9 00 h 1011 38. Elba. 9 116 1711 46. Warner. 9 306 2911 .58. Whipple. 9 426 39 s 12 h Stanley. 10 02to 521> a Claywood. 10 10 6 5712 29 Marietta. 10 357 20 12 50 s Stop signal Only. Connections made with All lines at Junction Points for All important cities East West. J. A. Terry Gene a passenger agent. Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad. In effect november 29, 1885. New Standard time. Trains going South. Stations. No. 1. Aleorn modal a. No. 3. A Eom no. 17 my Day a. And no. 5. J no. Cleveland. 6 45 a. M. 4 10p.m. 3 30 am Black River 7 Ltd a 4 20 a a. 4 00 a Elyria. 7 20 a a 4 40 a a. 4 30 a a Grafton. 7 40 a a 5 00 a a. 5 10 Medina. 8 25 a a 5 48 a a. 7 10 a a chips Walak 8 34 a a 5 57 a a. 7 35 Sterling. 8 .55 a a 6 14 a a i 8 30 a a Warwick. 0 21 a a 6 40 a a. 9 40 a a Fulton. 9 30 a a 6 48 a a 10 00 a a Massillon. 9 55 a a 7 10 a a 6 00a.m. 11 10 a a Navarre. 10 08 a a 7 25 a a 6 15�?o 11 35�?o Beach City. 10 22 a a 7 37 a a 6 32 a a 11 50 a a Strasburg. 10 33 a a 7 49 a a 6 45 a a .12 35 a a Dover. 10 4.5 a a 8 02 a a 7 it a a 1 05 a a new philae. 10 59 a a 8 10 a a 7 09 a a 1 30 a a Goshen. 8 15 a a 7 15 a a 1 45 a a Tuscarawas Illuv Quot a 8 25 a a 7 20 a a i 1 56 a a Uhrichsville. 10 15 a a 8 30 a a. 11 40 a. M. 7 30 a a 1 2 15 a a Newport. 11 47 a a 7 40 Quot 3 00 a a Stillwater. 11 50 m 7 50 a a 3 20 a a Tippecanoe 12 09 . 8 00 a a 3 45 a a Freeport. 12 24 a a 8 20 a a 5 it his a Flushing. 1 01 a a 8 52 a a 0 20 a a Bridgeport. 2 10 a a 10 05 a a 8 4ft arrive at Wheeling by Street car from Bridge port depot. Trains going North. A Ooster o., feb. 8. Last night Al it out eight Miles South a Ooster a arson Burnett a Hoy 13, procured a revolver and going out the door remarked a i guess ill shoot no attention was paid to him hut a few minutes later the report a revolver was heard and the family going out found the boy in the Yard lying in the Snow with a Bullet through his heart and holding the smoking revolver in his hand. He was still living but unconscious and remained in that condition until 2 clock this morning when he died. The let was the second son Peter Burnett and was Bright and intelligent. No cause is known for the act marriage License. Joseph Carnahan Sarah Al Fisher. Jacob f. Lille re Elizabeth Binge Der. Elias e. Gordon Lestia e. Aling. William Rodgers Josephine Ai. Raleine. Peter e. Senft Sarah e. Ferrell. Jeremiah Irwin Caroline b. Aloha. Bargains in drugs Etc., Etc. The Large and elegant Stock drugs paints oils Wall paper miscellaneous books school books novelties Etc., Etc., at i it. Gentsch a is now being closed out at Cost prices and below and will lie thus offered until the 1st april at which time . Gentsch has determined to close out his business. Splendid bargains Are offered. Call and see. Unclaimed letters. Station. 1 a com Nodal n no. 2. N 4. A com Modun. No. 6. No. A Bridgeport. 11 30 3 15 pm. 41kj my Flushing. Freeport. 12 1 1 38 a 10 Quot 4 .30 a a 5 k a a 6 15 a a 7 10 a a Tippecanoe 26 a a 5 15 a a 8 in a a Stillwater. 1 30 a a .3 20 a new pm a it. 1 46 a a 5 a a it 8 55 a a Uhrichsville. 1 55 a a 5 43 a a 9 00 a a 5 40 . A it 15 a a 5 43 a a 9 a a Tuscarawas it 58 a a it 23 5 51 a a 0 15 a a Goshen. 5 53 a a 5 57 a a i 25 a a new philae. 6 in a a 2 37 6 05 a a 9 50 a a Dover. 6 in a a a 49 a a 6 11�?o 10 15 a Strasburg. Beach City. 6 21 a a 2 58 a a6 27 Quot 11 we a 6 .32 a a 09 a a 6 40 a a 1210pm Navarre. 6 45 22 a a 6 55 a a 12 4u�?o Massillon. 7 in a a a it .37 a a 7 10 a a 1 in a a Fulton. 7 21 a a 3 58 a a 2 id a Warwick. 7 30 a a 4 06 a a 2 31 a a Sterling. 7 55 a a 4 a it a it a a .3 35 a chips Walak 8 12 a a 4 48 a a i 10�?o Medina. .8 25 a a a 00 a a 5 4.8 a a Grafton. 8 55 a a 5 .30 a a 7 09 a a Elyria. 9 25 a a 6 02 a a 7 4-i a a Black River 0 40 a a 1 6 20 pm i 8 25 a a Cleveland. 10 in a a 6 35 a a 10 .30 a a communion next sunday morning. Installation the pastor sunday evening. Preparatory service at 2 30 i m., saturday. The Rev. I. J. Liller president the East Ohio Synod and Rev. I. H. Hamp Ster Canton will be present to assist in these services. The girls at an Ohio Lio arding school have resolved that extreme development the intellect chills and destroys the affections. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office february 8th, 1886 Fred Swinderman sue Riff mrs. Emma. Plummer Tom Davis miss Nora Boyd David Murphy. E. Fribley p. M. Do you want a Good 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 stable a Brick Cave 13x28 feet and All other necessary out buildings. 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. Cleveland with fast trains East also with Cleveland and Detroit steamers for Detroit and All Points in Michigan and Canada at Elyria with the l. S. A. M. It. B y for Wellington Crestline Columbus Etc. At Bussell with a. A g. W. By. For Ashland Burbank. Wadsworth Mansfield and intermediate Points at Warwick with It. V. A u. B y for Orville and Akron and it. Venon at Massillon wit i p. It. W. A Ray for Canton. Wooster Etc. At Dover with A Ray for Cambridge. Marietta Parkersburg and intermediate Points at Uhrichsville with p. And St. I. Ray for Steubenville Coshocton and june Seville. Columbus Cincinnati Etc. At Bridgeport with A p. Ray for Bellaire Pittsburgh Etc. At Wheeling with b. A Ray for Washington. Baltimore Etc., and with Ohio River steamers. Tickets Sale at All stations and ticket offices. Osca r Tow xsex1 it. General manager. We. Ii. Koit Gen l freight and ticket agent. Swaims Nursery Westchester Ohio. The undersigned wishes to i 1 Public that he has pc Manei announce to tha Public that lie has permanently located his Nursery in Westchester Ohio., where lie always has 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 i can Supply Osage Orange hedge either one two years old in any Quantity desired. My fruit Trees arc ail my own cultivation. And fruit growers can rely upon getting what they want. Oil n. S. Swa1m, Cadwallader Ohio dissolution notice. T1ie partnership heretofore i listing Between 1 Alvin Waltz and. A. Bower new Cumberland Ohio under the firm name Waltz a Bower hardware merchants has this 18th Day december 1885, been dissolved by Mutual concent. A. Bower retiring. The books Are in the hands . A Bower for settlement Waltz. A a. A. Bow Kab. January 28,1885. 5ws do a. L. Iipp physician and surgeon new Philadel phia Ohio. Office Over Mathias a Mcfarlane a store. Office hours 9 a. M. Tili 10 a. M. 2 r. A. Till 3 i 6 till 8 r. M. V. Ream jr., attorney at Lew notary Public and conveyancer. Office a Corner Public it quare la Judy building new Philadelphia Ohio. Iy3 Julius Dittmar a shaving parlor and Bath rooms next door to news depot. Hair cutting a specially. Work dome with neatness and dispatch

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