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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 7, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The Philadelphia Volumn Philadelphia o., thursday january 7, 1886. Number 2. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. W. Ii. Watson a Eliter. Thursday january 7, 1s86. Iff the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following states one year Cash in advance81 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a a so remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the editor. Lavs 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 Hills and give notice to discontinue. Official directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas judges. County. Beriah Wilkins Geo. W. Crites j. Hance j. S. Pearce representative. Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey j. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann s. Rufer 1 w. E. Lash 0. Ii. Hoover j. Wherley w. Rogers l. Krantz Sec City. Daniel Korns. James h. Morrow. Ijah Shull. Up Getzman. _ ii s. Graham. Aeon Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. We. Campbell.,. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Townships. Daniel Krebs Clay. James w South Wayne. George Bear Perry. Isaac conts a Washington Henry Deible Bucks. Jacob Kreig sugar Creek. Henry Vanlehn Warwick. J i Banks Warren. Daniel Haas Franklin. John Smith Goshen. Jas Galbraeth. Rush. John Milone Mill. Samuel Moore. Goshen. T ii Rankin Rush. L s Winsch Clay. F r Berkshire. Perry. By Renneker Fairfield. Is Mckinney. Sandy. Win e Beck Goshen. Samuel c Kline. Lawrence. J h Gardner Warren. Robot court hers w Ashington John Wetter Wayne. William Kinsey York. Philip Doerfer. Bucks. T j Stocke Salem. T h Mozen Amill Joseph Healen Mill. A has f Davis. Oxford. O c Fernsel Franklin. Levi Travis Auburn. Newbury Dover. Jas ii Hostetter Dover. Nich Montag Dover. Wesley m Tracy Lundy. Jaldin 11 Jones Auburn. Ira a Echman. I Warwick. Slavid Breymeir Lawrence. Lewis c Zollars sugar Creek. L a Cornett Salem. John s Spring Jefferson. Charles h Ellers Fairfield. John w Rollie. Jefferson. Hugh t Minnis. Goshen. C a Kinsley Oxford. P ii Kuhn York. 5 s Wagner Union. Post office. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Calwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Phi lady a. Gnadenhutten. Gnaden Luitte. Cadwallader. New Phi lady a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Stra Shugh. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. The now York Sun thinks that Lien. Logan a Bill providing pensions for All Union soldiers who were captured and confined in rebel prisons makes a singular discrimination. Under its provisions those soldiers who were captured would now receive greater rewards than those who were not. There was much suffering in prison but there was also great privation and peril in the March and the Battle Field. Liberal provision was Long ago made for pen Sioning not Only the heirs those who died in rebel military prisons but All those who there contracted disabilities from which they have since suffered. But prisoners who contracted no disabilities May not have claims Tor pecuniary compensation above those their comrades in arms who meanwhile fought Battle after Battle and who instead being captured themselves captured their enemies. The former May have conducted themselves with the most praiseworthy gallantry As Many unquestionably did before the hard Fortune War forced them to surrender but the fact capture is no evidence that their conduct was any nobler than that those who never had to surrender. The principle the Hill is As questionable As it is novel. The Western reserved dairymen Are gradually uniting their forces and handing together to resist the inroads that the log butter men Are making upon the legitimate business. It is a matter that not alone concerns the dairymen but the people the state who prefer natural butter to the artificial product. Dairymen want Ole Margarine stamped As such and tinted by another color than that which makes prime Dairy butter an object much solicitation the part housewives. If any one prefers hog to cow butter its ail very Well hut for the Sake those who want the stuff some distinguishing Mark should he use to prevent downright swindle. Among the tributes commendation that reached senator Beck by mail during the holidays from tiie far West and South for his defense the Silver coinage Hill was one from the youngest daughter . Jefferson Davis Mississippi. It is a neat Little water color painting representing a Silvery it Hixon looking Down through a Sheen Silvery Clouds upon a prosperous landscape. Underneath was written in miss Davis hand a a Diana a tribute to the Champion it is perhaps fair to say that All the commendations he has received failed to please the senator As much As this Little picture. They Are just now having a Lively time at Chattanooga Tennessee. The Saloon keepers against whom the sunday Law is being rigidly enforced have sworn out nearly one Hundred warrants against those engaged in All the trades and professions who do business sunday. The whiskey men say they have been discriminated against and propose to test the Law to its full scope. The warrants include newspaper publishers liver men and Street car company officials. Church directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Christ every lord s Day morning at l j Iyo a. Breaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. In. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at 1030.a. In. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each month a missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday eve lug at 7 clock. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. Lodge directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvaine w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights pythias equity Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck W. Duncan k. Of r. And s. The chief police Cincinnati and the assistant prosecuting attorney Hamilton county Are being tried for dereliction duty. The chief police is charged with delaying the service warrants for the arrest fraudulent voters and the assistant prosecuting attorney is charged with suppressing evidence in a criminal Case which should have been submitted to the strand jury. The Ohio legislature will he organized to Day. In the House a Republican speaker and Republican officials will he elected. In the Senate lieutenant governor Warwick will preside and the subordinate offices will he filled by democrats. The House will have a Small Republican majority and the Senate will he controlled by the democrats. The two houses will he organized accordingly and will proceed to business. Another confidential Book keeper has gone wrong. This time to the tune $75,000. His name Frederick Fishel late very late August Bernheim amp Bauer clothiers new York. Lie went to Canada was taken in limbo by a detective confessed and is now eating hash in a new York prison. This Canada business seems to have quite a run late. Big firm. I. 0. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall f. Kislig n. G. I. A. Correll rec. Sec a. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempi Fly n. G. P. Skol rec. Sec a. I. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr P. I. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd. Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. �?T10yal Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W h. Miller Regent j. S. Bigler Secretary. National Union safety Council no 52. Meets every second and Fourtly wednesday each month at a p. Hall. Eight. Sluth0ur, pres. S. Moork Cor. Sec a. Prances Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Camuel 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. Julius Dittmar a shaving parlor and Bath rooms next door to news depot. Hair cutting a specially. All work done with neatness and dispatch. A formal remonstrance against the action Bishop Phelan in silencing father Sabietzki late pastor the Penn Avenue polish Catholic Church at Pittsburgh Lias been forwarded to archbishop p. J. Ryan Philadelphia and an Appeal fron the Bishops dissent is also being prepared and will he forwarded to Rome. The London Spectator says a a we suspect that wealthy americans get the people crammed Down their throats until they grow As weary As the late Horace Greely a most Liberal giver who once answered a request for Money a to save a few souls a with the snarl a get out there ainu to half the souls damned that ought to a president Cleveland made a Good democratic postmaster at Ripon wis., Christmas Day. When the Democrat went to the office and demanded Possession the Republican kicked him into the Street. Some one ought to take the pugnacious fool by the neck and Hump him against a lamp Post. Somebody in new York has sent $500 to the Secretary the Treasury with a scrap paper hearing the single word a restitution a enclosed. It was turned into the a a conscience How easily we could off our National debt if All the other republicans should become thus conscience stricken. Pension agent Evritt at Pittsburgh monday issued to Alexander Gilchrist Indiana pa., the largest pension Ever paid to a private Soldier. The Back aggregated $12,151, and the Money came to a Blind decrepit old Man who has been an inmate the poor House for twelve years. A cablegram from Paris under Date december 31, says when the new Ark new Jersey children received their inoculation to Day Pasteur gave them As a new year present an order a photographer for half a dozen photographs each child. They ran to the studio and sat for their pictures. The children will receive the last inoculation to Morrow and will sail from Havre saturday the Steamer Canada. Yesterday Pasteur breakfasted with Grevy at Elysee. Despite the political crisis the conversation turned upon hydrophobia and the unprecedented number mad dogs this year in France Austria and England. The president became very much interested in the recent american cases and asked Pasteur questions about the Newark children. Another remarkable proof about the Efficacy Pasteur a discovery is furnished by the cases three children tour Eoin near the belgian Frontier. All were bitten by the same dog and there was a great discussion among the towns people whether to Send the children to Pasteur not. Finally a Compromise was reached and the children that was most severely bitten was sent to Pasteur and the other two bitten Only slightly remained at Home. The wounds All three were cauterized immediately after the bites were inflicted. The two children that stayed at Home died rabies last week while the one treated by Pasteur is alive and Well. An alleged insurance concern known As the patrons husbandry has been attacked by state commissioner insurance Reinmund who is exposing the questionable operation the concern. L. Baker Lima the president and William Mcollough Secretary whose head quarters Are at fort Wayne Indiana have been Arr std tiie circuit court Rochester n. Y., has held that a wife May maintain an action for damages against a prostitute for alienating her husbands affections. Entrekin a Man very Small Caliper and an enemy the Workingman has been made speaker the House he the republicans. The English court Appeal lately sat in judgment the serious question whether a a a dude Collar was an infringement a Patent. John Book waiter a tis said will Cross the briny and establish himself Perman j Entov in a turkish harem. The times. The democratic editors the state will meet at Columbus january 8th.2 the new Philadelphia times a neat spicy and Well edited weekly newspaper made its first appearance there Turs Dav morning. It is owned by Samuel Moore esq., a prominent attorney that place and edited by . W. Ii. Watson an old newspaper Man Well and favourably known throughout that entire Section. In politics the times will he democratic. A Leader. We have received the initial number the new Philadelphia times w. Ii. Watson editor. The appearance the paper is a Marvel As pertains to typography and general make up and reflects great credit upon its projectors. Success is what we wish the new aspirant to journalistic Fame for a new years the free frets Cleveland Ohio. A tiie new Philadelphia times a neat spicy and Well edited newspaper Lias made its appearance there. The times is owned by . Samuel Moore a prominent attorney that place and edited by . V. Ii. Watson a newspaper Man Well and favourably known throughout that entire Cincinnati enquirer. The new Philadelphia times is the title a new nine column Folio weekly newspaper the first number which was issued in this place last week. Samuel Moore proprietor and w. Ii. Watson editor. This makes five democratic newspapers in the county. No wonder the reps Are in such a hopeless minority in old Ohio Democrat. The new Philadelphia times made its appearance the 1st january As an Independent democratic paper. It is published by Samuel Moore proprietor and w. Ii. Watson Al Tor. It is a handsome Sheet and As the world is wide there is room enough for us All so we extend to the times the right Fellowship and wish it High honors in the cause Tuscarawas t county Democrat. Lying before us our table is the Alpha edition the new Philadelphia times with Samuel Moore As proprietor and w. It. Watson editor. We say this about the new Sheet although our relations in the past with a Dot editor have not been the azure tinted zephyrs love the plucking roses in the Elysian Fields journalism yet we wish him Success in the establishment his newsy Sheet. He is already the founder the Leetonia reporter Louisville ivy., Mutual Aid reporter the 1 Coman s Magazine then edited by a mrs. Pious i an accomplished Southern lady the Argus and lastly the times. There is one thing certain . W. Exhibits great Energy tact and ability in establishing and editing a paper. Yet like All new inventions and discoveries the inventor fails to reap a Rich and Golden Harvest As a deserving . Cantons court House was packed with a mob at the hearing Green the Darkey accused slashing d. J. Beggs so horribly. Green waived examination and was bound Over to P. Court in the sum $3,000. 11 is Cheeks were blanched with fear and he trembled All Over As the angry crowd surged Hack and Forth in the room. As the sheriff removed the prisoner several in the lobby cried a hang him a Blit no violence was attempted. The using fresh pork at this season the year brings the usual increase that deadly disease trichinosis. Too much care cannot he exercised in having All pork thoroughly cooked before eating. The Standard Oil company at Cleveland suffered another loss by fire wednesday. Over 14,000 barrels refined Oil were destroyed and the loss is estimated at $25.loo. Our Fol love townsman . Joseph ditto now aged 72 years who served As a private in the 51st Ohio regiment made application for a pension in 1870, but up to this Date he has received no satisfaction from the government any Assurance that his claim will Ever be allowed. Or. Ditto is a worthy citizen new Philadelphia and is Well known by a great number people throughout the county As an honest deserving Man. During his term service . D. Suffered from a severe attack chronic diarrhoea and is now almost an invalid from lung trouble and nervous prostration the result no doubt in a great measure the former disease contracted while serving his country. From the standing and character . Ditto in this Community it is to be wondered that others less Merit have and Are to Day receiving pensions from the government while our venerable friends claim is totally ignored. The new Philadelphia drum corps will leave Here sunday afternoon by private conveyance for Uhrichsville where they will meet the Edwin Stanton club Steubenville and accompany that organization to Columbus to participate in the inaugural ceremonies governor elect Foraker. The drum corps was present at the Chicago convention when Blaine received the Republican nomination for president and gained considerable reputation for their discipline excellent music and Tine appearance. New years Day was As Lovely a Winter Day As the Sun Ever shown upon in new Philadelphia. In fact the weather was simply phenomenal. Business was generally suspended and the people swarmed the streets and promenades. During the afternoon the hand occupied the court House Balcony and entertained a very Large audience for several hours with some very Choice and elegant music. Under the leadership Rudy Snyder the hand has become very proficient and ranks High As a musical organization in this part the state. I. E. Korns a worthy Young son our mayor has started a Broom factory 1st 2el a lot in the rear his fathers re is 1st 3el a ionic East High Street lie has 2d 4th equipped ids establishment with every 7 the 9th thing necessary for the successful Ope 12th 13th ration a factory this character 21st 22tl and has located in our midst hoping 23d 25 the to sustaining his avocation by a Liberal 24 the 26 the share patronage. 24 the 26th 27th 29tli the Fine furniture the Gilsey House displayed at the reception wednesday eve Ning last was to a great extent manufactured by Deis Bissman amp Kurtz our sister town canal Dover. This is the same firm that provided the new court House with a Large portion office fixtures which have Given such Universal satisfaction. A dime museum at Cleveland advertises As a card a a Congress genuine glittering Giddy gushing antique Maidens old maids All occupation handsome ugly vicious and suave a and advises every one to Call Early to see the a charming costic conquering Cleveland Young Man pack your grip sack and Fly to Cleveland. Wood Mclean Anel Bride were the recipients an old fashioned Helling thursday evening last at the residence our old Friend Charley Mclean. There were about one Hundred and fifty Woods friends present including the Lockport hand and they w Ere royally entertained by . Mclean and Bride. Frank Stow the efficient janitor gave the court House a thorough cleaning up monday night. Frank is an old mugwump so to speak and keeps every thing about the gilded Temple Justice in neat and Apple pie order. Or. A. L. Hupp Clarksburg West Virginia has located in new Philadelphia and has his office Over mat Liias a Mcfarlane a store. The doctor says he like s our Young City and people very much and we Hope Liis stay with us May he permanent. Louis Geckler a member the Royal democratic family in Sandy township added his name to the times subscription list last week. Or. G. Is an old wheelhorse in the party and an influential member society in his neighbourhood. The chattel property the Bigler bros., tanners this City who failed two weeks ago was sold tuesday under the sheriff s Hammer and purchased by w. Browne and Henry l. Custer the City Bank for $3,175. The new Philadelphia brewing company a establishment is in full blast and the firm report that business has increased since their new buildings have been completed. Or. Byers new residence West High Street is a Beautiful and unique Structure and probably the finest private residence in the county. City the dead. List interments in new Philadel phia cemetery during the year 1885, from january 1st to december 31st died. Buried. January. 17th. 19th. Jacob Scrogg. 18tli. 20th. Isaac Cordray. 21st. 23d. Mrs. Elizabeth Burton. 23d. 25th. Miss Della Cross. 24th. 27th. Mrs. Annie Meyer. February. 4th. 6th. John b. Head country. 5tli. 7th. Perry Gartrell. 7th. 9th. Master Fred. Weber. 13th. 15th. Mrs. Elizabeth Jenkins. 14th. 17th. Child we. Sutton. 16th. 17th. Infant David Harris. 22d. 25th. Mrs. Elizabeth Bippus. 23d. 25th. , March. 10th. 12th. Child g. W. Rikard. 28th. 30th. Child Scott Custer. 28th. 30tli. Child John Knodle. 29tli. 31st. Mrs. Charles Scriber. April. 13th. 15th. Charles cd. Crossland. 19th. 23d. Mrs. Elizabeth Reardon. 25th. 26th. Child . 1st. 6th. 14th. 19 the. 23d. 29th. 30th. 4th. 8th. 15th. 18th. 19th. 20th. 3d. 8th. 16th. 20th. 24th. 29th. J line 1 5th. Lot la. 17th. 20th. 21st. 21st. 80th. July 13th 11th 13th 13th 14th 19th 20th 21st 22d 31staug.2d Sot sept. 1st 28th sept. 7th the Akron Beacon thinks a a a is better to swear off and fail than never to swear off at Young Man Cut this out and paste it in your hat. It is rumoured that ii. B. Keffer cd county commissioner has secured an appointment As doorkeeper the i Louse at Washington i. The matrimonial business has not been so brisk this week but lordy How they did whoop her up just before the holidays. Over two Hundred and fifty names have been placed the times subscription list since last thursday. Items news dropped into the Post office and addressed to the times will receive prompt attention. Business in general has been very Elul since the holidays As was anticipated by our merchants. Montana wants to come into the Union. By counting in her steers see can make the required showing As to population. May. Child Philip Gar fuse. Mrs. Wilhelm Engle. Child . J. Mclean. Henry Miles Pike run. Mrs. Eliza. Copeland. Child Park Wallace. Mrs. Annie Schupp. June. Mrs. Margarett Murry. Mary a. Bell. Elijah Baltzey. Estulia a. Copeland. Mrs Catharine Gribble. Charles w Messerly. Child Adam s termer july. Shilei e map listers Annie noon Geiser Annie Correll child w Watkins mrs Jane Peacock a gust. Mrs Martha Sedgwick mrs Sophia Stem Puletz Campbell Kerby Charles w Singhaus Edward Ashbaugh mrs Eliza. A Mathias James Reardon Jacob Dick mrs Harrison mrs Catharine Amman child de Hissong William l Swisshelm september. William stiffer Florance d White Herman Arn Frederick Gintz Robert i. Rodgers october. Henry Taylor Peter w limes James a Smith child Jos Dorsey Lizzie Hance november. Annie Iva Derly child r hotels mrs Joseph Kobb mrs m j a Arbaugh Moses Shaw Annie Ulanee mrs n Williams december. Mrs William Sharp mrs Catharine we St child Henry Graab the following is a list officers elected by Philo Council no. 390, Royal Arcanum at a regular meeting december 18, 1885, for the ensuing year regents a. Ii. Walton. Vice regents a. P. Minnicki. Oratory a. J. W. Dodd. Secretary a. R. Bigler. Collector a. A. Deardorff. Treasurer a. Welty. Chaplain a. Ii. Officer. Guide a. S. Knisley. Wardens gee. W. Sharp. Sentry a. Sutton. Trustees a. D. Elliott sr., r. J. W. Doled and w. Sutton. Representatives to grand Council a. Ii. Miller and r. J. W. Dodd alternate. A Canton court officer went to a House to arrest a Young Man a breach Promise to marry and was sent into the cellar to find him when the door was locked him by the Mother whose hopeful son meantime took to his heels. Woman a wit is never so Quick As when there is Matrimony in the ease. 11th 13th 18th 20tli 16th 20th 21st 23d 2 2d 23d 2<1 4th 9th nth 13th 15th 16th 17th 24th 26th 7 the 10th 9th 9th uth 14th 14th 16th 16th 17th 15th Isth 27 the 30th 6th 8th 8th 10th 13th 14th personal notes. Old Man Sellers picture and biography in the enquirer were True to life and attracted wide attention in this Section where the eccentricities the old Man Are so Well known. The enquirer has an extensive circulation in new Philadelphia and Vicinity. Re venue collector i. T. Mccullouh and k. P. Degreif insurance agent now occupy the room Over d. Gentsch a drug store. Or. Degreif informs us that he will still continue the Law business and invites his old friends to Call and see him. The Western editor who put the head a natural Gas a Over the proceedings a woman a rights convention was conveniently a out town when a committee ladies wearing spectacles and a revengeful expression called to interview him. One american labors greatest victories has been achieved in California where a Large number chinese Cigar makers have been discharged and 500 american workmen transported from the East to take their places. Unknown Man stealing a ride a Panhandle train at Steubenville fell under the wheels and was ground to pieces. Massillon Gas Hole is 2,530 feet deep without any symptoms the precious fluid. Drillers have quit. Send $1.00 and get the times for one year. _ Hon. Gil. Barger was in the City monday. Its sheriff browers if you please and Coroner Beck you bet. Or. Lenry Clantz Cadwallader has our thanks for favors received. George Reck Greenwich Ohio is visiting his brother . Peck this City. Miss Hannah Smith Bridgeport is the guest Fannie Sargent North Broadway. _ Jackson Hay the commercial Bank Coshocton was at the a a Hub tuesday. _ w. Ii. Bailey special pension agent was a guest at the Sherman House Over sunday. _ Constable West Dover township gave the times office a pleasant Call wednesday. _ our fellow townsman Philip Getzman was at Columbus with an Eye single for sergeant at arms. John Coventry wife and daughter have returned from a two weeks visit to friends in Cleveland. Julius Dittmar to sorial general and Knight the razor and shears is visiting his old Home at Zanesville. Or. Sargent and wife Bridgeport paid a Short visit to friends in this City a few Days during the past week. Mrs. J. Park Alexander Akron is visiting at the Sherman House in this City the guest mrs. Zemily. Miss Kate Bechtel sister mrs. Jesse Elliott sr., has gone to Philadelphia to attend the bedside a sick sister. Mrs. T. K. Williams has gone to Tampa Florida where she expects to Emain a greater part this Winter. Or. J. Smith and wife this City spent sunday with the doctors friends Anel relatives in Harrison county Sabbath last. W. H. Host formerly the Bowers town Banner paid us a visit wednesday night. He a a genial gentleman and a member the Legal fraternity. Potato picking at the a a Casino thursday evening this week. Music by the City band. John w. Sluthour this City has been appointed assistant United states marshal for this District. The selection is a Good one and John is the right Man in the right place. G. A. Stockdale Dover township gave the times office a pleasant Call new years Day and left his name our subscription list. Thanks for the Happy new year gift. Or. Robins and family Niles have moved to new Philadelphia. The gentleman Lias been employed As Book keeper for the rolling Mill company vice e. I. Moore resigned. Tom Raif has returned Home from Missouri where he has been for about two years engaged with an express company. Tom says he expects to remain in new Philadelphia permanently and enter into some kind business. De. Mathews the Ohio Democrat Force has been the sick list for the past two weeks. New Philadelphia cannot boast a More exemplary Young Man than eel., and we Hope he May soon be aide to he deck again. Or. Hugh Patrick left tuesday for the West and when a desirable location is found the gentleman will swing his a sheep skin to the Breeze and hid Farewell to the old Ohio Home and Early associations. The times wishes him Success. J. B. Taylor formerly the firm Taylor amp co., this City hut now Westchester paid us a visit wednesday. The gentleman is now engaged in the dry goods business at the latter place with w. Browne the City Bank he re. Or. Johnson and wife Medina were the guests d. Gentsch and i r. Polson this City during the holidays. Mrs. Johnson a Maiden name was miss Seaton whose relatives and friends were Well known to Many residents Tuscarawas county. Miss Sallie Donnell this City left monday for an extended visit among friends in the sunny South and in connection with other Points she will Tarry at Louisville ky., and new Orleans la. Miss old. Was accompanied her trip As far As Columbus by miss Ella Burry. Charley Engel celebrated his 31st birthday Christmas and new years the dates occurring in close proximity to each other he having been ushered into existence As a member this human family the 29th Day december 1854. Charley says he enjoyed his Turkey and other luxuries and Hopes to reach a Ripe old age. Al. Deardorff Welty James g. Patrick jr., Welty . Hugh Patrick w. Ii. Korns de. Sargent jr., Frank Janes and de. Everett this City visited quite a number Dover people new years Day and were entertained in an elegant manner and speak in highest terms the genuine hospitality with which they were received by the Dover the Minnus run Coal company Massillon has been incorporated. Capital Stock $100,000. Prospective new Railroad starts from Zanesville and extends to Marion via it. Vernon. Bright scheme paper. Potato picking at the a a Casino thursday evening this week. Music by the City band. Send $1.00 and get the times from now until Jan. 1st, 1887. This thursday evening . H. Williard clerk in the Well known dry goods store Baad amp Maurer Bolivar will be United in marriage to miss Della Only and accomplished daughter county commissioner w. E. Lash. Or. Williard is a promising and worthy Young Man and has been successful in capturing a valuable prize in the person miss lash. Tiie times extends Hearty congratulations and wishes the newly wedded couple a Happy and pleasant voyage Over the matrimonial seas. The City minstrel company at Eagle Hall tuesday evening next week january 12th, should be Well patronized by our citizens As the entertainment is Given for the Benefit our most excellent City band. The organization has ordered a handsome uniform and need Only $50.00 More to for the outfit. There is no better band in this part the state and our citizens will do wrong by not giving the boys a rousing big House and a full purse. On monday the county commissioners appointed . W. E. Beck this township Coroner vice Geo. W. Bowers sheriff elect. Or. B. Is a worthy Young Man and an Active worker in the democratic Vineyard and As the successor . Bowers his appointment will meet with Universal approval at the hands the democratic party in Tuscarawas county. The Beautiful toilet set with musical Box combination the gift d. Gentsch druggist was secured by . Charles Bartles. The last ticket in the Box called for the prize which was valued at $60. Everything was under the supervision a committee Anel passed off to the entire satisfaction All interested. The latest swindle worked upon Farmers since the exposure the Bohemian Oats fraud is the a a american Orange cultivation company Tampa fla.,�?� pretended agents for which Are now travelling Over the state telling wonderful stories about the Money that can he made by investing from $10 to $25 in the a a after Fishel had fled from the firm Bernheim amp Bauer new York clothiers whom he had robbed $75,000, the Safe was examined and a lonely $5 was All that could be found. A the will come Back a said the elder merchant. A what for a asked the clerk. A to get this fiver replied the elder merchant. In speaking the Gilsey House reception last week we stated that among other guests present were a emr. Henry Hank and wife the information Given us was incorrect As . Louk is yet an unmarried Man and was accompanied by an estimable Young lady from Newport this county. A Man named Rafter in West Virginia has succeeded in swindling a number Farmers in that state out a Large amount Money by buying cattle and giving worthless checks tiie Hanks. The Stock was shipped East As fast As bought and sold by a Confederate. The total loss is quite Large. The Stark county bar will petition the legislature for a third common pleas judge to expedite civil business. At present there Are Over eight Hundred civil cases the docket and an action filed monday could not be Trievel for at least two years. W. S. Mayberry a Putnam county school teacher played the Hoosier schoolmaster Racket the scholars who barred him out the Day before christinas by climbing top and smoking them out in which he was entirely successful. Sheriff a Arbaugh new Lisbon Columbiana county butchered two hogs fifteen months old whose aggregate weight when dressed was 1,005 pounds a one weighing 491 pounds while the other tilted the beam at 514 pounds. The Toronto Globe gets Down to business when that paper remarks that a a if the United states will return us our postmasters in Good financial condition we will Send Home her Bank presidents and ask no the Coshocton Iron and steel works which was reported closed Down some Days ago is running As usual in All departments. The Mill was shut Down a Short time to invoice Stock. A Little boy in Carrollton saw a burglar creep into the room and Rob i fathers pockets Christmas eve and made no outcry believing it was Santa Claus with his Christmas presents. The Tuscarawas River was a High monday and tuesday flooding the Bottom and raising a old Nick in general. Little damage however has thus far been reported. An Aishman got full Corn juice at Millersburg Christmas Day a spectacle never witnessed among that class men in that locality before. Some our a oldest inhabitants report that the Winters 1827 and 1828 were As mild As the one we Are now experiencing. Next Sabbath evening Rev. John Wilson pastor m. E. Church will begin a series lectures to the Young people a a Little Neely Noble a prominent Farmer near it Gilead this state made an assignment last Friday. Liabilities $50,000. The Elysian skating rink at Marietta was sold by the sheriff monday for $400. It Cost $4,000. Three children died in Wisconsin last week from the effects Poison by eating cheap Candy. Get estimates for Job printing at the times office. We harmonize Good work with Low prices. Common pleas court will Convene at this place february 26th. Exchange pickings. Conducted by John p. Kuhn. Warwick dec. 23, 1885. Or. John p. Kuhn dear sir a some time ago you gave me the following question for solution 1. A a amount at 12 per cent is $1,047.20, and at 5 per cent., $s33. What is the the principal and time a the difference Between the amount at 12 per cent., and the amount at 5 per cent is $214.20, Anel the difference Between the rates is 7 per cent. Dividing $214.20 by 7 we obtain $30.60, the interest the principal at 1 per cent. If 1 per cent. = $30.60, 12 per cent. = $367.20 the interest the required principal at 12 per cent. Deduct $367.20 from $1,-047.20, this leaves $680 the principal. The interest $680 at 12 per cent for one year is $81.60, and $367.20 divided by $81.60 = 4$ times. Therefore four years and six months is the time and $680 is the required principal. Somebody else gave me the following question 2. A a a tree 120 feet High stands at the Bank a Creek 100 feet Broad. What will be the height the stump if the tree break off so that the top just reaches to the opposite Bank and the other end remaining upon the stump a let x = the height the stump then according to the Law right angled Triangle that is the Square the Hypoth Nure is equal to the sum the squares the other two sides x squared plus 100 Seju ared = 120 a x Square from which x = 18 feet. Respectfully Vours b. . �?Ts solutions Are Good Anel the answers Are Correct. For the general solution the last problem we suggest the following Rule from the Square the whole length the tree subtract the Square the Width the Stream and Divide the remainder by twice the whole length the tree the quotient will he the height the stump. J. P. Kuhn. Can the following be solved by arithmetic 3. The True discount a certain debt for 60 Days at 6 per cent is $48.50. What is the Hank discount the same debt without Grace ? teacher. Yes it can. Find the amount $48.50 for 60 Days at 6 per cent $48.98 6 is the Bank discount. This is self evident from the fact that the difference Between the True discount and the Bank discount is the simple interest the True discount for the Given time and Given rate. The Bank discount is the simple interest the True discount the most. J. P. Kuhn. 4. Two boys John and Lenry Start from the same Point. John goes due North at the rate three rods per minute and Henry goes due East at the rate four rods per minute for five minutes then he turns and takes a straight course so As to catch John As soon As possible. How far does John go before Henry catches him ? can this be solved by arithmetic s. L. Granger last number de. Monthly. Of yes but it is much More convenient to solve it by algebra. Their paths travel describe a right angled Triangle which John goes the perpendicular and Henry the base and Hypotenuse. First find the time that they require to meet again. Represent this by x and multiply it by their respective rates then the dimensions the Triangle will be base 20 re. Hypotenuse 4 x a 20 and perpendicular 3 a next form the sepia re the Hypotenuse subtract the Square the base the remainder is the Square the perpendicular from which we find x = 22 6-7 minutes the time and x = 68 4-7 rods. Answer x 4 x = 91 3-7 rods is the distance that Harry travelled. J. P. Kuhn. 5. Two ladders 20 feet apart at their base meet at an Angle 45� at the top. How Long Are they 1.3065x20=26.13 feet. Ann. J. P. Kuhn. Uhrichsville Democrat Road Foreman Frank grim this place reported dead last saturday is still living we Are pleased to report with fair prospects for recovery. Miss Nettie Flora one new Philadelphia a charmers was the guest her Uncle and aunt . And mrs. Kail the u. S. House last week. Or. Harry Keffe Rof our town through the influence Hon. B. Wilkins attained a position in Washington City at $1,200 per year and left sunday to report for duty monday morning. Geo. Scherrer Coshocton offers $200 Reward for the arrest and conviction the party who stole a Mare from him last november and $22 additional for return the Mare. We learn that Geo. W. Bowers plsq., the new sheriff our county was sworn in monday and entered upon the duties the office. He will make an efficient and popular officer. We wish him Good health and Prosperity Many Many years. Dennison messes. Jim Johnson Jos. Morehead Crew Wilkins j. W. Hopkins Squire Mazenia e. J. Maloy Thos. Mccormick and others were at the depot last Sun Day to see Harry Keefer Oft to Wajc in ton and Uncle Jim tried to borrow Harry a overcoat Tor a purpose course not to till the pockets with sausage but failed. The next time Uncle Jim attempts such an exploit we advise him to get a a the Blind Side Harry a Uhrichsville chronicle. J mrs. Mary Bulger wife James Bulger who was killed near Stillwater station in August 1884, sued the c., l. Amp w. Ray Anel obtained a verdict $2,500 damages. The company earned the Case to the circuit court we cd set aside the verdict the ground that Bulger who was front Brak Tan was not in his place when the Accident occurred. Judge Pearce passed the motion for a new trial in the Rusk Case against the Monarch Coal company deciding Itiat there was no grounds for a new trial. Rusks attorney is t. D. Heal assisted by j. T. Of Donnell. He is fortunate in having Good lawyers us . Ileal a is one the clearest headed attorneys in the county while Donnell is immense with a jury. Or. H. B. Keffer has been appointed assistant doorkeeper the lower House Congress. The salary is about $1200 per year. Harry is to let a congratulated. A Good Many plums Are falling into the plates Tuscarawas democrats these times. Wilmer stiffer son William Stit Fler near new Philadelphia spent a Short time at the residence j. E. Graham new years Day. John Dinning one the oldest and most favourably known residents the Vicinity Gilmore Dietl last sunday night. Or. L. Kuhns a few words to our contributors \ n i readers. Ladies and gentlemen and fellow teachers we shall earnestly Endeavor to make our column Worth Reading but we feel that our own strength and resources Are inadequate to perform our task successfully. We therefore kindly solicit your assistance and we Hope that you teachers and All other readers the times who Are lovers educational research and development will lend us a helping hand in the Way contributions. Not Only questions but terse answers and interesting notes Are solicited. Cut out our column and paste it in some old geography in some other old and useless Book for future reference. Mark each slip with its proper number and volume so As to facilitate reference. We marked our last weeks column no. 1, vol. 1, Jan. 1, 1886, and we shall Mark our next no. 2, vol. 1, with its appropriate Date. Get All the teachers you can to read our column and ask them to Send us All their queer queries and other interesting matter and we shall cheerfully arrange their contributions in proper order and give All worthy sayings a place in our column. Respectfully your ohm to servant John p. Kuhn. Unclaimed letters. The lutheran Church at new Philadelphia has extended a unanimous Call to . L. Kuhns this City. The Peculiar circumstances the congregation there and the Hearty unanimity the Call have made the doctor feel it to be his duty to accept. He will enter upon his labors there As pastor the first sunday the new year. Since the resignation his pastorate Here the doctor has continued to reside in this City having a business connection with the Universal plow company which he is president. In the departure . Kuhns Canton loses a citizen esteemed and honoured by All. He has been a resident Canton for More than sixteen years and he leaves the City bearing with him the regards the whole Community As a faithful minister the gospel a warm Friend and a kindly genial gentleman. The repository takes particular pleasure in wishing him abundant Success in the attractive Little City new Canton repository. Tiffin Happy. A promising Gas Well struck. A vein Gas was struck at Tiffin Friday morning last week about live clock at the Well the Tiffin natural Gas company the Bank Rock Creek. Drilling was commenced about the 1st ult., but unavoidable obstacles prevented continuous work. The Drill passed through three Hundred and eighty feet Limestone Rock and after passing several feet further through a slate formation the Gas appeared. The Gas is a peculiarly Good Quality possessing better illuminating qualities than that found in other parts the state. Drilling continues and the Quantity increases. Everybody is highly gratified Over the result As the Prospect for a Strong and useful Well Are excellent. We Hope the Gas company now in operation at this place May he equally successful. Arrested at canal Dover. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office Jan. 4th, 1886 Jumis Rhodes Richard Edwards miss Lide Gossett t. S. Kingsley miss Ella Lawrence lean Der Newton Thos. Hill. E. Fribley p. For a Clear Havana filled 5 cent Cigar go to p. Brown amp co., opposite Exchange hotel. Ask for their favorite brands a Good As Gold and a the Royal their 2-for-5, the a american a is also an excellent Brand and guaranteed by the firm to be without equal in this City. George Mangold Hostler at a livery stable in Massillon skipped the Gutter with a horse Saddle bridle two Silver watches and $7.50 in Money. The horse returned next morning but George is still glimmering. A dispatch from Massillon dated january 4th, says marshal Wendling to Day arrested George Mangold the Hostler who stole a horse Saddle bridle two Silver watches eight dollars in Money and other property from Adam Volk More a livery stable new years eve at his Home near canal Dover. Nearly All the stolen property was recovered. Upon pleading guilty this afternoon to a charge burglary and grand larceny the Young Man was taken to jail at Canton to await the action the grand jury. He did no to have a diploma. A gentleman giving the name . O. T. Dim from Seneca county came to port Washington this county some time ago and swung his a sheep skin to the Breeze. By some Means it became known that the doctors diploma a quite dim and could not he read even with the Aid a Microscope in fact the doctor did not have a diploma and by virtue existing Laws he was brought to new Philadelphia and lodged in the Bowers mansion. A r. A. L. Hupp physician and surgeon Puiia Ohio. Office Over Mathis store. 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