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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 28, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volumn Philadelphia o., thursday january 28, Philadelphia Moore proprietor. W. Ii. Watson editor. Thursday january 28, 1886. Jugs the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following Kates one year Cash in advance.81 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 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. Wisdom treason which 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. Of 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 directory. District. Wilkins state senator Leo. W. Crites common pleas Pajaree county. Representative. Probate j Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. City. Daniel James ii. Elijah Philip commissioner John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. Ivy. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Figert g. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey j. L. Kennedy j. G. Neumann s. Rufer a w. E. Lash Benner. 0. H. Hoover j. Wherley w. Rogers .l.krautz, Sec a Council justices. Names. Daniel Krebs. James w South George Bear. Isaac conts. Henry Deible. Jacob Kronig. Henry Vanleu j ii Banks. Daniel Haas. John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Samuel Moore. T b Rankin. L s Winsch. F r Berkshire. S y Renneker. Is Mckinney. We e Beck. Samuel c Kline. J ii Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T ii Mozena. Joseph Healen. Chas f Davis. c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos ii Hostetter Nich Montag. Wesley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. I a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles ii Ellers John w Rollie. Hugh t Minnis. w Kinsley. P ii Kuhn. s Wagner. Townships. Post office. Clay. Wayne. Perry. Washington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Warren. Washington Wayne. Y Ork. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover Dover. Dover. Lundy. Auburn. Warwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. J new Cumberland i Albany. Dundee. New Philada a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrichsville. Dennison. Newcomerstown Strasburg. Hagers i lie. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City a Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band i directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 . Prayer meeting every wednesday a evening. every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. In. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7o�?Tclock p. Sunday school at9 a. In. 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 adv missionary concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every w wednesday evening 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. directory. Masonic Tuscarawas chapter no. 38, A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at masonic Hall City Block. 0. P. Taylor ii. P. Daniel , Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. a meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvaine w. G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Hall Centre Block every thursday evening. W. E. Beck c. W. Duncan k. Of And s. I. 0. O. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. F. Kislig n. G. I. A. Correll. Rec. Sec a. I. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stempfly n. G. P. Sehl rec. Sec a. I. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. J. J. Parr c. P. I. A. , scribe. I. 0. O. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each Mouth at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. R. J. W. Dodd Comdr. S. Iii St Secretary. G. A. Re Andrew Crawford Post. No. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. W. Bowers commander. Yal Council meets very first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. W h. Miller Regent S. Bigler Secretary. Tonal Union safety Council no 52, Leets every second and fourth wednesday Ach month at a p. Hall. De. Sluth0ur, pres. Moore Cor. Sec a. Yancis Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office r citizens National Bank new Philadel a Ohio. Gamuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Ail professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Julius c. Dittmar a shaving parlor and Bath rooms next door to news depot. Hair cutting a specially. All work done with neatness and dispatch. The Cleveland o., Leader editorially says a the great creditor class this country is made up those who work for salaries and wages. They number about Twenty millions and it is estimated that their earnings amount to a 00,000,-000 weekly. This is $6,200,000,000 per Aurum. Should Congress refuse to Stop the coinage the Silver Dollar and the country is brought to a Silver basis this great creditor class would lose 20 per cent the purchasing Power their Money which would be at the rate $20,000,000 weekly and would amount to $1,040,000,000 in the course a single year. This is the penalty which the salary and wage workers will be oblige to by and by if this Silver Folly is persisted what kind brain and heart must the Man have who can write such a mass infernal lies As the above he is either a traitor who has sold himself to do the dirty work the Money changers a stolid idiot whose Lack sense is used by them free Gratis. There Are Bonds stocks and mortgages in this country $30,000,000,000. To change the currency to a Gold basis is to add 20 per cent to this debt. A Burthen at least $6,000,000,000 added to the already heavy Load debt payers. The Potency punctuation finds a fresh illustration in the fact that Large claims have been presented at Washington which turn upon the significance a comma. A clause in a Bill passed at the last session Congress provides for the allowance claims officers and soldiers for loss personal property in the government service a except in time War hostilities with indians. A As there is no comma after a War a it is claimed that that term and a a hostilities both refer to the Indian service and that claims for losses during the War must be allowed. The Treasury officials state that the admission this claim would Cost the government an enormous sum. It is quite evident As has been predicted that a collision Between the president and Senate is inevitable. The Senate judiciary committee monday through Edmunds presented a Resolution calling upon the attorney general for reasons for the removal District attorney Duskin in the Southern Alabama District. It was done in executive session. The democrats did not vote. Garland will reply that the president has not authorized him to give such information and Issue is then made. Another county has been heard from away out in Colorado. J Edge Brewer in the United states circuit court monday night filed an opinion in the Maxwell land Grant Case. The decision was for defendants. The suit was brought by the government to cancel the land patents claimed to have been obtained by Maxwell and others by fraud and involved 1,700,000 acres in Colorado and new Mexico. The offer a Chicago merchant to several thousand dollars per annul for the privilege suspending an illuminated business poster from the pulpit a fashionable Church in that City has been respectfully declined. There Are some discouragements under which the Industrial interests the country languish that Congress cannot Abate. A Bill introduced by . Little in the House provides for inflicting a Fine $100 to $500 All persons negotiating notes Cheeks other commercial paper secured by any one As compensation for Grain other cereals when the same has been sold for More than twice its actual value. The real object the Bill is to break up the Bohemian Oats swindles. Herbert Beecher soil Heny Ward Beecher whom president Cleveland appointed collector at Portland oreg., last year has just seized $45,000 Worth opium contained in fourteen barrels labelled furs which were landed by the Steamer Idaho at Kansan Bay. The fees for this vigilant and energetic piece work will amount to about $25,000. There arc two classes our fellow citizens who deserve Protection from the government namely labor Ingmen and soldiers. The former ought to be protected from the encroachments capital and the latter ought to be liberally aided in a substantial Way especially those who suffer any disability at Dublin Ireland the boycotting the misses Curtin for testifying against the slayers their father continues. They attended Church artiries sunday and were surrounded by a hooting mob. The police charged and dispersed the crowd but the Curtin Pew in the Church was torn out and scattered in pieces. The guarding Vanderbilt a Tomb by the Force Pinkerton a detectives with All the paraphernalia electrical machinery will probably Cost his estate at least a half million dollars before it is ended. It is a great thing to die Rich and leave Bones such value. The bitterness resulting from the prohibition contest in Atlanta has not yet subsided and no one pretends to predict what the result May be ultimately. The liquor men intend to carry their Case up to the United states supreme court. The Chicago news says if the militia when they Are called out will kindly remove Ohio into some larger area and let the wind blow through it for a time the atmosphere the contiguous states will become More satisfactory to Ordinary nostrils. The Republican papers that howl loudest about the democratic Senate being so willing to sell the Ohio canals seem to forget that sex Boss Calico Fos Ter is prime mover in the Syndicate that wants to Purchase canal property for Railroad building. A Hong Kong paper prints a Rui por that the emperor China who is Only in his tenth year intends to form a matrimonial Alliance and take the government in his own hands. The news the revolutionary performance lieutenant govenor Bob Kennedy and the Ohio Republican senators caused the utmost indignation at Washington monday. The action the lieutenant governor and his revolutionary associates has no defenders even among republicans while democrats every where denounce it As the most outrageous political performance Ever known in this country. The democratic representatives from Ohio Mot monday and prepared the following dispatch which was sent that evening. Washington i. C., Jan. 25, 1896. To Hon. John Neil president pro Tern. State Senate Columbus consultation among themselves and with the Best informed parliamentarians the House the democratic members from Ohio Are unanimous in the opinion that the rulings and acts the president the Ohio Senate a re revolutionary and a usurpation Power that ought not to be submitted to. Signed a. J. Warner Charles m. Anderson m. A. Foran Beriah Wilkins w. D. Hill George w. Geddes Ben Lefevre j. H. Outhwaite James e. Campbell George e. Seney w. W. Ellsberry. Timely warning. A full and Complete report the legislative Muddel will be found the second Page this weeks Issue the times. The democrats Are in the right and will use every honorable Means to protect the constitutional liberties the Commonwealth. Fanatic republicans under the leadership a a Index Noyes and his following have finally got Rob Kennedy president the Senate into a had parliamentary trap contrary to the wishes and advice Many Abler conservative members his party including even iceberg John Sherman. Kennedy is evidently a piece Putty in the hands unscrupulous republicans and should be severely condemned by every fair minded Man either party. A Young wife a perfidy. The Little Village Malvern Carroll county the Branch railway that runs from new Philadelphia to Bayard is All torn up Over a scandal in High circles that has just occurred. Newton Lew ton son a hotel proprietor at that place was arrested monday for Rooming that night at the Farmers hotel in Canton with mrs. Carrie Miller a Young married woman the same Village. Lowton pleaded guilty and was fined $15 and costs. Mrs. Miller is the daughter wealthy lumber dealer at Malvern and the wife her fathers partner in business. Her husband has been lying ill for some time past. The couple went to Canton monday and registered at the hotel under assumed names. They were both recognized and the woman a father sent for. The latter arrived tuesday morning and was grief stricken Over his daughters perfidy. At his request Lewton was arrested. Lew ton paid his Fine and skipped out while mrs. Miller returned to Malvern with her father. Hitherto she has always borne a Good reputation. Last thursday morning there came to tiie residence . Ii. S. Francis our town a Little girl entirely destitute clothing and crying piteously. She could give no information her nationality parentage. The affair so affected mrs. Francis kind hearted lady that she took her bed and has not been Able to be about since. After consultation . And mrs. Francis concluded to adopt the Little stranger and provide All that is necessary for her Uhrichsville Democrat. A whole chapter Mem. Youngstown has no need the police Gazette this week. The Lane divorce trial is All sufficient. A. Entler Springfield weekly transcript sues for divorce charging his wife with adultery. Thomas Coulter has secured a divorce from his wife at Zanesville for intimacy with the Rev. A. D. Killifer. Clara Whittaker pretty Lagonda girl asks Justice Percy Circle. Skating rink Hadnot anything to do with it this time. Ward Fox Apple Creek youth arrested Clara Mel hours a complaint for seducing her furnished a $300 Bond for his release. Rena Eberhardt Little but my Maiden Wooster has had John w. 11orn, Reedsburg arrested for the old complaint. Father j. E. Of Sullivan Camillus new York was placed under $1,500 Bonds saturday for criminal assault upon his maid servant. Lawrence Poier Toledo prosecuted his son and songs Stepmother for undue intimacy. Paid the boys Fine who will marry his step a As soon Aspa gets a divorce. Decision in Medina a abortion Case hinges upon the fact whether the operation was performed in Wayne county in which Case a tis argued Medina courts have no jurisdiction in the matter. Sensation was produced in the Taylor abortion trial by an affidavit from Akron bearing the plaintiffs signature in substance saying that the defendant never attempted to produce an abortion upon her. Mrs. Elsin mown left her husband at Findlay for the protecting . Smith Masher. After the elopement got to be an old Story with Smith he sent mrs. Mown Home to her parents and return to Findlay himself. Hearing that mown husband had threatened his life Smith twice attacked him the second time it is said being slightly wounded by Mownn a revolver. Smith has now married the woman and will be arrested for adultery and his wife for bigamy. Grand rally. The salvation army this City announce a grand rally at the Eagle rink for saturday night and sunday january 30tli and 31st. General e. T. Moore and a number other celebrities will be present from canal Dover Saline Ville and other Points along the line. It will be a grand Hosanna meeting and presentation colors. Admission ten cents. New Philadelphia o., 1 january 26, 1886. J my dear Ankney a a meeting having been held in the auditors office this morning at 8 10, with Robert Benner in the chair and ii. Mitchell Secretary and As the doings the state Senate at Columbus have created an unprecedented excitement among our people for your welfare the following Resolution was passed resolved that the citizens this county deem it very necessary for you to preserve your life and limb during the contest in the state Senate and that you be advised by your constituency to take great care yourself and especially in returning Home that you come by canal instead by rail As All the railways Are in the hands the monopolists thieves and conspirators that you get off at lock no. 17, in disguise and take the Overland route for Home in old peaceable York and at the same time be the Alert and keep a keen Eye opener for All suspicious looking Highway travellers. Very respectfully committee safety. Card to the Public. We the undersigned merchants new Philadelphia Ohio do hereby agree to close our respective places business at eight clock p. M., All Days except saturday and monday each week. The doors our respective stores Are to be locked promptly at eight clock p. Each evening except saturday and monday evenings. We will allow no customers to enter our store after so Locking the doors. The foregoing agreement is to go into effect monday february 1st, 1886, and to continue in effect until april 1st, 1886, and to be published in five the county papers. John w. Burry. John Kaderly. Custer Brothers. Minnoch amp Gooding. J. Burry amp son. Mathias amp Willliams amp Horning. T. W. Fribley. Wise amp Zeeb. J. A. Correll t. G. Hepfinger. J. W. Stoody. Jacob Miller. Hard question to answer. A correspondent writes to an Exchange for information As follows a can you inform your Many readers Why it is that the Hundred Days men some whom were never in sight a Battle nor did a Days service during the War get a pension so much easier than men who spent three years More in hard military life i know men who Are living out a miserable existence caused by Camp and prison life exposure who failed to get a pension while others who Are Able to labor from Day to Day Are the pension there Are a Large number old soldiers a majority whom were veterans in this Vicinity who Are also a living out a miserable existence caused by Camp and prison life they Are Good citizens and worthy men and in every Way entitled to a pension but the government officials from some cause refuse to hear their pleadings for the paltry sum they would receive As a pension while there Are others who never Learned the first rudiments handling a Musket nor wore even a stitch government clothing that now receive pensions. In this respect the government is ungrateful to the honoured soldiers who served it so faithfully rare musical treat. New Philadelphia people Are about to be favored with a visit from Donavin a original company tennesseans. It seems that to avoid prosecution other managers coloured companies used the words a Tenessee Jubilee singers a rather than original tennesseans. They Are a Jubilee singers Only while this company Are cultivated thorough vocalists and give a legitimate and concert program. We Call attention to these facts because our people have been hum bugged several times. Those who will notice their elegant printing and Many testimonials a High character will not doubt their genuineness. They appear at Eagle Hall tuesday evening february 2d. The Hyers Sisters the greatest vocalists and finest actresses in the country and the Only and finest All comedians Robinson Are with the company. Has not resigned. Our fellow townsman. Or. J. T. Mccullough has not resigned his position As Revenue collector this District As has erroneously been stated by some the papers in the state. A special to the Cleveland Plain dealer from Millers Burgh Holmes county touching the question says . Mccullough Deputy Revenue collector for this District was in town Over night and being asked who would be his successor he stated that he has not resigned nor did he intend to do so. He thought that the Story his resignation emanated from certain parties who were anxious to obtain the office. The position is Worth about $2,000 per year and expenses. Injured in a Coal mine. On saturday last a a till Miller was badly injured in the Coventry Coal Bank by a Large piece a a Cash a which fell upon him from the roof. The combined strength four men was required to remove the substance from his body when it was discovered that the unfortunate Man had sustained internal injuries a serious nature and was unconscious. About two years ago he was horribly burned in the face with powder by a premature explosion while blasting in Massillon City mines near this place. Grand Ball. We have been informed that the Young men this City Are about perfecting arrangements for a grand invitation Ball to be Given at the Casino the evening Washington a birthday. Those having charge expect to make it the most Brilliant affair the kind that has occurred in new Philadelphia during Many years that have gone by. Dover Canton Massillon Uhrichsville Dennison and other Points in the county will be represented. A number guests will also be present from Columbus and elsewhere. The society for the prevention cruelty to animals in new Philadelphia is doing a Good work although thus far no prosecutions have taken place. Marshal Shull the agent however has Given timely advice to several persons that certain acts cruelty to dumb brutes must cease i Stanter otherwise the Law will be rigidly enforced. This is right and proper and the Man who wilfully violates the Law should receive its severest penalty. _ a Uncle Ned Lias received letters from Pittsburgh pa., and findly Ohio to deliver a series lectures in the above places. A a Ned has not yet decided but we advise him to buy a Nice White plug hat one that has had the fur knocked Bendwise by a Western blizzard and give the Young men these cities a Little insight about ail a a Adam less the Dover Harmonie society have leased Eagle Hall and will give one their most excellent entertainments at an Early Date. The organization is composed members endowed with rare musical Talent and will no doubt be greeted by a Large and appreciative audience in new Philadelphia. Eddie a Young son Thomas Mccullough Foreman in one department the rolling Mill died monday morning from typhoid pneumonia after an illness two weeks. Eddie was a Bright intelligent boy aged about 15 years. A very find Globe has been placed in front j. R. Arne a establishment in City Block bearing the words a a the there is no finer room the kind in Tuscarawas county and the appointments Are first class. Toledo lady a Satin cloak caught fire from a Peanut roaster and a Brave a a Bobby extinguished the flames to the lady a indignation who unaware the fire thought the cop was trying to hug her the Street. Or. Ii. Davy Fairfield township dropped in to see us tuesday and hustled up the exchequer by leaving Revenue for friends who desired their names placed the times subscription Book. Salvation army at Washington c. Ii. In open meeting charged capt. Mccormick and Cadet Reinhardt with adultery and ran them out the building. The army has had its Day a folded paper is an excellent lung protector one Over the Chest and another around the shoulders under the outside garments would often save a cold and perhaps pneumonia. On saturday a Farmer named priest went to Newark this state and displayed a Large amount Money. Left for Home and has not been heard from since that time. D. Gentsch druggist this City is Selling out his entire Stock goods with a View retiring from business Here. He has one the finest retail drug houses in Tuscarawas county. The Coal company Stone Creek made an assignment tuesday to Andrew a. Paul Dover it is said this action was decided upon to Settle the business affairs the company. There May not be much in a name but thousands fashionable ladies Are going Well nigh crazy Over tobogganing who would turn up their pretty noses at being asked to a a slide Down an old maid in Delphos keeps a Parrot which swears and a Monkey which Chews tobacco. She says Between the two she does no to miss a husband very Post. The Gold bugs Wall Street May whack away at the Silver Dollar but just drop one into our till and have the times sent to your address for one year. Business. Mrs. R. A. Kirk sister mrs. Rev. Cook and her daughter mrs. Lula Sohl Columbus Are visiting at the presbyterian parsonage third Street. Our old Friend William Levengood a prosperous Farmer Auburn township gave us a Friendly Call tuesday and enlisted in the times army corps. Communion services will be held at the presbyterian Church next Sabbath and preparatory services thursday and Friday evenings this week. The Gas company this City have drilled to a depth Over three Hundred feet and Are going Chi awards at a very satisfactory gait. The Philadelphia press suggests that account the noise Greece is making Europe should run a Wick through it and use it As a Candle. Only about one third the delinquent tax property offered for Sale last tuesday found buyers. Have a bar in the River and a bar Shore the same name because water is scarce in both places naughty inquisitive Bradford girls Peep around Saloon screens to see How it looks behind the bar. Common pleas court convenes at this place tuesday next judge Pearce the Bench. Nebraska a sleeping Beauty has awakened after seventy Days. Some fellow yelled a a rats a the times list is increasing with wonderful rapidity. At this writing wednesday mrs. Edward Miller West fair Street is reported lying at the Point death with consumption. Bucyrus electric Street lamps get the Jim jams and go . A a time works wonders a said a Young Man 27 when he came Back and found his elder sister Only 18. A a Bank cashier left the Bank forever recently without taking a cent the Bank a Money with him. He died. A Bishop Wilberforce a reply to one who asked him the shortest Way to heaven has not been excelled for wit truth tenseness a a turn to the right and keep straight .�?� a a a kiss the baby while you can a admonishes the poet. We can kiss her just As Well eighteen Twenty years from now if she a that kind a baby cautiously remarked the Buffalo express a a poet says a a there is always Sunrise this is comforting to the Man who is just going to bed there comes the Happy conclusion that somebody has to get up and go to work. A a a Tennyson a latest poem is entitled a a the close another Tiow the world does improve the first eve had no clothes at All if the photographs the lady we have seen Are to be relied upon. A hotels Are said to be opposed to fire escapes because they Are dead beat escapes. It is better that a Hundred innocent people be roasted than that one beat should get away owing two dollars. A a wrong inference a Little boy at the opera who noticed the gentlemen looking through their opera glasses at the Ballet dancers said a a Mamma buy me one those things so i can cover up my eyes with it when those women come the stage a a a Chicago building is to be decorated with a life size Griffins a so one its papers says. Nobody but a chicagoan would know what the a life size a Griffin was and he unless the sour Mash was a worst Quality than usual. A a the second reformed Oyster supper for the Benefit the Church is announced in an Exchange. These scenes revelry need reforming especially in the direction hiring another Oyster to relive the inhuman Strain the first. A George Elliott says a things look dim to old Marian doubtless wrote this from a vivid recollection the old folks peering into the parlor where she was sitting up late with a Young Man. More Light and a pile tin pans against the door Are nearly As useful. A a drummer sold a customer some very old whisky which arrived in handsome new Bright barrels. A demand for an explanation brought this reply a the whisky is so old that it rotted the original barrels and we had to put it into new a the Island Juan Fernandez now contains 60,000 head cattle and sheep and largely supplies the Valparaiso Market at a fat profit. If Crusoe Hadnot fooled away his time moralizing and looking for tracks in the Sand he might have made a big thing out his Goat farm. We Are surprised to learn that the editor the Salt Lake news has been convicted polygamy. We had always supposed that an editor was doing mighty Well if he was Able to support one wife let alone a dozen so. The Salt Lake editor would Confer a Boon his profession by printing the recipe. A a who has been explaining certain facts about stoves a now Jimmy do you know what a Bas Burner is ? Jimmy you bet yer life. Pay have we one in the House ? Jimmy yes sir maps Slipper. A Mooney and his wife were their Way to Church and the lady was putting her gloves. A my dear a he said pet Tashly a a you should Complete your toilet at Home. Id just As soon see a woman putting her stockings in the Street As her a a most men would a she said promptly and the abashed colonel did no to say another word. A Frank Hatton a son 14 resembles his father in Many ways. A a said he recently a a in be made up my mind where i would like to go to a a aha a replied the father a a and where is it my boy a a a to Vassar a said the pre cautious child. A Humph a ejaculated the proud father a darned if i like to go there sews. A the following paragraph from a Western country paper shows How even the most wide awake and veracious reporter May be decided a instead being arrested yesterday As we stated for kicking his wife Down a flight stairs and hurling a lighted kerosene lamp after her Rev. James Wellman died unmarried four years it is be hoped Rev. Wellman accepts this handsome correction in the same generous spirit in which it is offered. A a building was going up in Washington. A government clerk who had been looking out the window for a Long time said to another clerk who was Reading a newspaper a that Workman Over there Hasni to done a lick work in All this time. I wonder what he gets paid for a about the same time the Workman remarked to a companion a just look at that clerk Over there he Hasni to done anything but look out the window for the last half hour. No wonder the country is going to the a brakeman a frightful death. An Accident which resulted in the instant and shocking death Frank Utterback a freight brakeman the Cleveland Lorain amp Wheeling Railroad occurred near Newport station three Miles South Uhrichsville thursday last week. He was engaged in dropping cars a Side track and while running in front them to make a coupling he slipped and fell the track. Before he could arise the train was upon him and several cars passed Over his body mangling it beyond recognition. The unfortunate Man had been in the employ the company for a number years was a brother the Well known passenger conductor the same Road unmarried and lived at Lorain. The remains were taken to his Home. The Man who owns a Small farm and is contented is happier than the millionaire who lays awake nights planning How he can add to his ill gotten notes. Miss Lou Richards Bucyrus is the guest . He hards this City South Broadway. F i i a mrs. J. L. Mcllvain gave a very pleasant sociable to a number friends monday evening. Miss Minnie Johnson this City left thursday last week an extended visit to relatives near Canton. Horace e. Deardorff Mansfield was in this City a few Days last week the guest his brother Al. And friends. Capt. D. G. Ililda this City accompanied by his sister mrs. U. Deardorff Dover Lias gone to Michigan a visit. Mrs. Legro and daughter Connecticut Are the guests . A. Bates sr., and family and will remain during the Winter. Mrs. Park Alexander Akron who has been visiting mrs. Reilly at the Sherman House this City left for her Home monday. _ we notice our old friends Henry Blister George Walters Jacob Horn and Hen. Scheu Dover the streets monday. Or. Evans contractor the Gas Well at this place is the Happy father a bouncing Bright eyed Little stranger that came to his Home tuesday evening. _ de. Moore formerly Book keeper for the Goshen Iron and steel company is rust Cating among friends at Niles. Ed., we Are informed will leave in a few weeks for Kansas. Mrs. Deviney Salineville was the guest mrs. Jugh Mitchell last Friday. She was Here to attend the funeral Rev. John Williams son which took place that Day we noticed sex commissioner Joseph Kinsey father auditor Kinsey our streets last tuesday. Although the frosts Many Winters have passed Over the head our venerable Friend he still enjoys fair health. Miss Fannie Mitcher this City and . Dickinson Fremont left monday for Virginia where they were married. The newly wedded couple will take a tour two three weeks before their return. The Best wishes Many friends accompany them. We. Ii. Searles civil Engineer and a . Barber Cleveland were in new Philadelphia last thursday taking a Survey the situation As it now appears preparatory to any move that May Likely occur looking Forward to the erection water works in this City. A a is there a Uhrichsville Man in this car a asked an excited passenger a train out Columbus thrusting his head through the head a smoker. A a in a from Uhrichsville a replied one the inmates proudly a a what a up a a a there a a Man in the next car with the Jim jams. What a Best to do for him a a i the Gas Well company at this place struck a four foot vein Coal at the depth 18 feet. At 25 feet an eight foot vein fire Clay was struck and at sixty feet the Sand Rock was reached through which they Are now passing at a depth from 350 to 400 feet. A very Fino Cut Hon. Beriah Wilkins appeared in the Cincinnati enquirer monday together with a Short but comprehensive biography that gentleman. The enquirer s photograph gallery representing men and events Tuscarawas county is becoming quite popular in this Section. Mary Flaherty housekeeper for her aged father was wedded monday at Strasburg near Canton. Upon returning from Church her father was found dying from heart disease supposed to have been caused by the loss his daughter. A dispatch from Florida dated tuesday says the Orange crop is ruined and Many Young Trees killed. There is not a sound Orange left in the Region and in All the famous Groves the ground is covered with Golden Frozen fruit. The loss will reach $50,000,000. The Best time for a Young Man to take his girl out Sleigh ing is during a a driving Snow he can use both his arms to hold his girl in the Sleigh and let the Snow storm do All the the town is full tramps. They wont work and Are As Good stayers As potato bugs in summer time. The whole gang should be bounced from Alpha to Omega. D. Gentsch and P. Taylor have been appointed by the probate j Edge to examine books and funds the county Treasury. Their Laliots will occupy about one week. Sex mayor Campbell has purchased the Eagle skating rink from Abraham Sharp and will probably convert the building into an opera House. A a colonel Frank James the Missouri Bandit is combating a bad Case consumption with three glasses whiskey a Day. Treasurer Louisville Stark county is Short in his account $800. Will be made Good by his Bondsmen. Population new Philadelphia is making a Home run for 5,000. Unclaimed letters the following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Post office Jan. 25th, 1886 miss e. Clark we. Hines we. Jones Fritz Heman. E. Fribley p. Conducted by John p. Kuhn mathematics. Answers. 1. A a conical wine Glass which is brim full measures five inches across the Mouth and six inches in depth. How much water will run Over if a sphere four inches in diameter be put into it a j. F. R. First find the dimensions a. Larger cup in which a four Inch Ball would be just covered with water when the cup is even full. This is done by finding the Altitude and base an isosceles Triangle whose base is to its Altitude As 5 is to 6, and in which the largest inscribed Circle is 4 inches in diameter. These dimensions Are found to be Altitude depth 7.2 inches and diameter at the Mouth 6 inches but the depth the Given cup is Only 6 inches therefore the four Inch Ball will project 7.2�?6=1.2 inches above the brim the Given cup and 1.2x4r.=4.8r, surface projection spherical segment 9.6r divided by 3=3.2r. Cubic inches the volume the sector whose base is the spherical projection .8 times one third 3.36?-., .896r cubic inches the volume the inverted Cone formed by cutting the segment off the Given sector. Therefore 3.2r.�?,896r=2.304r cubic inches the volume segment projection 32r divid by 3 is the volume the four Inch Ball and a 32r.�?2.304r.=8.362�r. Cubic inches the volume water displaced by the four Inch Ball in the Given cup r.= 3.1416 and 8.362jr.=26.28215 cubic inches. Therefore the amount water displace is 2o.2?215 cubic inches. Ans. This result is Correct to five Decimal places. A full demonstration this problem with necessary figures accompanying the solution will be sent by mail to any one wishing the same upon receipt 50 cents to for stationary return postage and necessary labor John p. Kuhn. 2, a if 12 men can empty a Cistern into which water is running at a uniform rate in 40 minutes and 15 men can empty the same in 30 minutes How Long will it require 18 men to empty it a j. F. R. Twelve men in 40 minutes do 480 minutes work for convenience say 480 units work and each unit will require one Man one minute time but according to the second condition 15 men empty the Cistern in 30 minutes and therefore do 450 units work 480 minus 450=30 units work that run into the Cistern in ten minutes and in one minute one tenth 30 3 units work run into the Cistern. In 30 minutes 90 units work run into the Cistern and 450�?90=360 units the units work in the Cistern before they commenced to work. Now because three units run into the Cistern in one minute therefore it requires three men to empty what runs in during any length time hence the 18 men Only 15 Are employed in emptying the units work that were in the Cistern before the working commenced and it will take As Many minutes to empty the Cistern As 15 units is contained times in 360 units the capacity the Cistern which is 24 times therefore 24 minutes. Ans. J. P. K. Mathematics questions. 1. Received a dividend four per cent certain Bonds took in lieu thereof Bonds at 25 per cent discount. The value my Stock now is $158. That was my dividend ? x. Y. Z., it. Washington 2. The base a triangular piece land measures one turkish mile the longer the other two sides measures a Sabbath Days journey and the Shorter measures the same As the combined height the a a leaning Tower a Italy a column july a France a Bunker Hill Monument a United states a Iasi Nelli Tower a 1 Taly and a Marc de Tri Omphie a France less two feet. That contents is required. A Chaisim any one the leading United states educational monthlies for one year for a Correct answer and solution. X. Y. Z., it. Washington 3. A party hire a boat for a certain sum had there been 3 persons More each would have had to $1 less but had there been two persons less each would have had to $1 More. Tiow Many hired the boat and what did they ? Chas helter Ada Since our Normal school has become larger by the addition new students we Are obliged to change our former program so As to accommodate All. The following is our present list exercises program. 1. U. S. History.3.0 minutes. 2. Orthoepy.15 a a 3. A grammar.30 a a 4. B grammar.20 a a 5. A analysis -.20 a a 6. B analysis,.,.15 a a 7. A mental arithmetic 15 a a 8. B mental arithmetic 10 a a 9. mental arithmetic 10 a a 10. A practical arithmetic.30 a a 11. B practical arithmetic.20. A a 12. practical arithmetic.20 a a 13. A algebra.20 a a 14. B algebra.20 a a 15. algebra.15 a a 16. A geography.20 a a 17. B geography.20 a a 18. Spelling.10 a a 19. Writing.15 a a 20. Singing.15 a a 21. Miscellaneous exercises.l5 a a we shall continue mathematics next week. J. P. K. Bargains in drugs Etc., Etc. The Large and elegant Stock drugs paints oils Wall paper miscellaneous books school books novelties Etc., Etc., at d. Gentsch a is now being closed out at Cost prices and below and will be thus offered until the 1st april at which time . Gentsch has determined to close out his business. Splendid bargains Are offered. Call and see. The sudden death Secretary Bayard a favorite daughter reminds us that there is no station so exalted that sorrow cannot reach it. Number s. Transfers real estate. Joseph Schlafly to David Judy lot no. 10, new Philadelphia $200. P. Van Harlinger to Samuel Scott lot no. 4, canal Dover $340. Jacob Butcher it Al to Lucinda Stu let 6 acres York township $1.00. Jacob Butcher it Al to Lucinda Stu Ber 11 acres York township $1.00. Andrew f. Ackerman to Julia Peter 30 acres Wayne township $1,420. George e. Grangers guardian to John w. Hill 99 acres Salem township $1,150. Mary and Isaac Gray to John w. Hill 99 acres Salem township $4,100. Benjamin kans to George Ohr. Hgt a acres Rush township $3,300. Dan. L. Smith to Orlan Glover half acre Mill township $5,000. W. In a. Thompson to Alexander West lot no. 12, Uhrichsville $150. John w. Rutledge to William a. Kvart 1 acre Goshen township 880. Henry w. Sherman it Al to Philip Pingstock lot no. 31, Strasburg $450. W. H. Keplinger to j. Ii. Keplinger 7 acres Franklin township $600. Charles e. Mitchner to Martha Mitch Ner 19 acres Goshen township $350. Wesley minor to John putt lot no. 112, canal Dover $1,100. William Albaugh to Daniel Smith 3 acres Warren township $300. William Albaugh to e. Collins 2 acres Warren township $200. William b. Davy to James b. Renna Ker 1 and 48-100ths acres Goshen township �330, Rebecca Dingman to i inn Price lots no. 30 and 31, port Washington $300. John White to John Schwab West \ lot no. 91, new Philadelphia $1,525. Cleveland Lorain a wiieelinl1 Railroad. In effect november 29, 1ss sew Standard Tina. Trains going South. A com Mccoin no. 17 stations. No. 1. I modal a. And. 1 n 0. 3. No. 5. No. Cleveland. 6 45 a. 4 10p.m.1 3 34 am Black River 7 00 a 4 20 a a 1 4 00 Quot Elyria. 7 26 a a 1 40 a a 4 30 Quot Grafton. 7 40 a a 5 00 a a 5 10 a Medina. 8 25 a a 5 48 a a j 7 10 Quot chips Walak 8 34 a a 5 57 a a 7 <35 Sterling. 8 55 a a 6 14 a a j 8 30 a a Warwick. 0 21 a a 6 40 Quot 9 40 a a Fulton. 9 30 a a 0 48 a a 10 00 Quot Massillon. 9 55 a a 7 10 a a 6 m . 11 10 Quot Navarre. 10 08 a a 7 25 a a i 6 15 a a 11 35 Quot Beach City. 10 22 a a 1 37 a a 6 38 a a 11 50 a a Strasburg. 10 33 a a 7 49 a a 6 45 12 35 Quot Dover. 10 45 a a 8tr2 a a 7 00 a a 1 05 a a new philae. 10 59 a a 8 10 a a 7 09 a a 1 30 Quot Goshen. 8 15 a a 7 15 a a 1 45 Tuscarawas Ili if 8 24 Quot 7 20 a a 1 55 Quot Uhrichsville. 10 15 a a 8 a a 11 40 a. 7 30 a a 2 15 Newport. 11 47 a a 7 40 a a 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 Quot 8 20 a a 5 a a Flushing. 1 01 a a 8 52 a a 0 2� a Bridgeport. 2 10 a a 10 05 a a 8 45 arrive at Wheeling by Street t port depot. Car from Bridge trains going North. A com Paceoni stations. Modaty a no. 2. No. 4. Modal a. N 0. 6. No. Bridgeport. 11 u m. 3 15 pm. 400 m m Flushing. 12 38 a a 4 30 44 6 15 a a Freeport. 1 10 a a 5 00 a a 7 10 a a Tippecanoe 1 26 a a 5 15 a a 8 Ini a Stillwater. 1 36 a a 5 2> a 3 2 Newport. 1 46 a a 5 35 a a s 55 a a Uhrichsville. 1 .55 a a 5 43 a a 9 00 a a 5 40 . 2 15 a a 5 43 9 00 a a Tuscarawas 5 58 \ 2 24 5 51 a a 0 15 a a Goshen. 5 53 a a 5 57 a a 0 25 a a new philae. 6 00 a a 2 37 Quot 6 05 a a 9 50 a a Dover. 6 00 a a 2 49 a a 6 14 a a 10 45 Strasburg. 6 21 a a 2 58 a a 6 27 a a 11 30 a a Beach City. 6 32 a a 3 �9 a a 6 40 a a 1210pm Navarre. 6 45 a a a a a kit a a 6 55 a a 12 40&Quot Massillon. 7 00 a a 3 37 a a 7 10 a a 1 00 a Fulton. 7 21 a a 3 58 a a 2 10 a Warwick. 7 30 4 06 a a 2 30 a a Sterling. 7 55 a a 4 32 a a 3 35 a a chips Walak 8 12 a a 4 18 a a 1 10 a a Medina. 8 25 a a 5 00 a a 5 48 Quot Grafton. 8 55 a a 5 30 a a 7 09 a Elyria. 9 25 a a 6 02 a a i 7 45 a a Black River 0 40 a a 6 2�?� pm. 8 25 Cleveland. 10 "0 a a 6 35 a a 10 30 a a Cox n Cleveland with fast trains Hast also with Cleveland and Detroit steamers Lor Detroit and All Points in Michigan and Canada at Elyria with the l. 8. A m. 8. Ray Tor Wellington Crestline Columbus Etc. At Russell with a. A g. W. By. For Ashland Burbank Wadsworth Mansfield and intermediate Points at Warwick with c. It. V. A c. Ray for Orville and Akron and it. Venon at Massillon with in. It. W. A c. Ray for Canton Wooster Etc. At Dover with c. A m. Ray for Cambridge Marietta Parkersburg Ami intermediate Points at Uhrichsville with 1. And 8t. L. Ray for Steubenville Coshocton and Zanesville Columbus Cincinnati Etc. At Bridgeport with c. A i. Ray for Dellaire Pittsburgh Etc. At Wheeling with b. A Ray for Washington Rialti imn a Etc., and with Ohio River steamers. Tickets Sale at All stations and ticket offices. Oscar i. General manager. We. Ii. Grout Gene a freight Ami ticket reports times office Jan. 28, in it it. Flour Best family v bal .8 i 65 a a a a p sack. 1 30 a a a a new Proe. 1 45 wheat a Bushel. 1 00 corny new cd Bushel. 40 Oats new a a Bushel. 28 Rye a a Bushel. 60 butter a Pound. 10 it 16 eggs a dozen. 18 buckwheat flour a Pound. 04 h Amsz Quot i Pound. 09 shoulders a Pound. 06 sides a Pound. 07 lard a Pound. 06 tallow a Pound. 05 beef a Pound. 07 a 15 Salt Goshen barrel. 1 25 White Lime a barrel. I 20 Akron cements Quot a barrel .1 85 calcined plaster a barrel. 2 25 land plaster a ton. 0 00 a a a a a barrel .1 56 potatoes a Bushel. 40 dried apples a Bushel .75 a a a a up Pound .02 rags a Pound. 1 onions it Bushel. 50 ii Aye a ton. 9g 10 Clover seed Quot it Bushel. 6 25 Timothy seed it Bushel .2 25 Wool. 27or 30 fertilizers it ton. 35 a A. L. Hupp physician and surgeon new Philadelphia Ohio. Office Over Mathias a Mcfarlane a store. Office hours 9 m. Till 10 a. 2 1. Till 2 . 0 tells . V. Ream jk., attorney at Lew notary Public and conveyancer. Office a Corner Public Square Iti Judy building new Philadelphia Ohio. Iy3 for Sale. Do you want a Good Home in new Philadelphia Ohio a new two Story House and Fie 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 outbuildings. 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. Dissolution notice. The partnership heretofore existing Between Alvin Waltz and j. A. Bower new Cumberland Ohio under the firm name Waltz a rower hardware merchants has this 18th Day december 1885, been dissolved by Mutual concent j. A. Rower retiring. The books Are in the bands j. A Bower for settlement. A1.m.v Waltz. J. A. Bokk. January 28, 1885. A 3

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