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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - March 18, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume Philadelphia o., thursday March 18, 1886. Number Philadelphia Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson editor. Thursday March 18, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. 4�the new Philadelphia will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advances i if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft. Registered letter Postof lice order to the address tin proprietor. 4� address All matter intended for publication to the newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether lie Lias ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without informing the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to directory. District. Congress Beriah Wilkins state senator Jeo. W. Crites common pleas go county. Representative. Probate j Edge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. A Francis Ankney i. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins .1. Figert. W. Bowers Lohn w. Kinsey j. L. Kennedy j. I. Neumann s. Kufer w. K. Lash r. Benner 0. In Hoover i j. Wherley a. Rogers l. Krantz see City Daniel Korns. James i. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Ife Tainan. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. . Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Daniel Krebs. James a Slout i George Bear. Isaac conts. Henry Deible. Jacob Kreig. Henry Vanlehn j 11 Banks. Daniel Haas. John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Misione. Samuel Moore. T b Rankin. L s Winsch. F r Berkshire. S v Renneker. L s Mckinney. We e Beck. Samuel c Kline. I h Gardner. Kob t Coruthers John Wetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T ii Mozena. Joseph Healen Chas f Davis. 41 c Feri isel. Levi Travis. .1 w Newbury. Los 11 Lostetter Nich Montag. Wesley m Tracy John 15 Jones. Hiram nechnian. David a Reyneir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornel. John s Spring. Charles h Ellers Jolin w Rollie. I ugh t Minnis Ltd w Kinsley. 3 h 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. Ashington Wayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. It in Ford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Lundy. Auburn. I Warwick. J Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. I Jefferson. I Kairl Jed. Jefferson Goshen. It Oxford. York. Union. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrich Shiue. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New Philada a. Mineral City. New Philada a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. Dundee. I new Lii lady a. Baltic. Port Washington Uhrich Shiue. Dennison. Newcomers town Stras Birgh. J Hagers Ville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcorn Erston Lulack band. directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. In. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 0 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening. Organized labor. It i Iii i Sti every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 .50 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at y a. In. Prayer meeting wednesday evenings at 7 clock. 0 Eum a n Reform every sunday at io30.a. In. And 2 15 p. In., alternately. Sunday school at a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each Mouth concert in the evening. Lutheran services Sabbath school at 9 a. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday veiling at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. In. Prayer meeting every wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at a comic Hall City Block. O. P. Taylor in p. Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. A a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Hall. J. L. Mcilvaine . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights pythias equity Lodge no. 73, meets in their Castle Lylall Centre Block Ever thumd., evening w r amp r a. Duncan k. Of r. And s. 1. O. 0. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows us f. Kislig n. G. I. A. Correll rec. Sec a. 1. 0.0. Lodge no. 4 50, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. Stem Pii Fly n. G. P. Serl rec. See a. I. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Lylall. Ii Block. Parr r p i. A. Correll scribe. I. O. 0. . P. U. C., no. 8, meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. R. J. A. Dodd Comdr. S. Hirst Secretary. I. A. Re Andrew Crawford Post no. A meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. A. Bowers commander. An Exchange says the Power organized labor when directed with Unity discretion and forbearance has never had As Strong an illustration in this country As at new York in the Street railway strikes. The demands the men were reasonable and their rejection simply meant a purpose to continue increase dividends watered Stock. The Streat car companies soon discovered they had formidable Legal difficulties to confront As Well As the strike. A failure to run their cars for a Day voided their Charters. Thus the Law came to the help the strikers. Beside every car Driver must have a City License and licenses could not be had at once for the necessary new men even if the attempt to run the ears had been made. The companies All conceded the twelve hours work and $2 a Day demanded by the strikers leaving other matters to arbitration and Early in the afternoon the Street cars were running As usual. Within a few months greater Progress has been made in the effectiveness and numbers labor organizations than for years. If their demands Are just their actions peaceable and their movements directed with the Genius statesmanship the word is not at All out the Way and such appeals to lie the Rule at this time Success will Crown their endeavours. The temptation to abuse it is the Rock which these organizations May go to pieces. The new York world a emr. Thurman a friends Are now Well satisfied that he did not go into the Cabinet. They say that senator Thurman himself is contented with the situation. It is Only two years from now until the next presidential Campaign. Or. Thurman his friends think occupies a much More advantageous position so far As that Campaign is concerned by being in private life. There is a Universal feeling among democrats in favor this Veteran Leader if they should conclude not to re nominate . Cleveland. This fact that . Thurman was wholly ignored has inclined his friends to bring him to the front two years from now As a candidate. If Ohio will stand Back . Thurman and forget her factional fights he will be one the most formidable candidates before the next convention. Horatio Seymour wrote to a Young Man who asked his influence in getting a government clerkship a i never yet made procured an appointment for a Young Man nor one the clerkship which in the end did not prove to be a great injury to him. I look Back with great regret to my action in this respect. If you get a place in a Little while Chance will throw you out and you will be in a worse condition than Ever. Now a the time for you to get some employment which will he lasting and in which you can become skilful and where you will not lie dependent upon others. Any duties which will give you your food and clothing Are better for a Young Man than any the places in the Public an incident in connection with the Iron Trade this country which has just been brought to Light will serve to show to what an extent that business has grown. Rids were advertised for an enormous steel Railroad Bridge to Cross the Murray River in Australia. The Iron manufacturers the world competed for the contract and the award fell to a a Buffalo n. Y., firm. When american manufacturers can compete successfully with those England and other european nations i r work to be performed in a British Colony at the Antipodes there need be Little fear about the future this a. Royal Arcanum philos Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. A ii. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Union safety Council no 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. R. e. Kase pm an pres we. Bowers Cor. Sec a. J7ranc1s Romig attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Jameel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. Aii professional business entrusted to his care Jii Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. I Liee Over citizens National Bank under the late Law the term trustees after the april election will he As follows the one receiving the highest number votes to serve for three years the one receiving the next highest to serve for two years and the one receiving the next highest to serve for one year. Should any two More those elected receive the same number votes they at the first meeting the Board after their election shall determine by lot the term for which each those receiving an equal number votes shall respectively hold the office. Xenia Democrat news a few years ago the United state Senate was democratic and they treated the Republican presidents appointments with Courtesy. They did not refuse to confirm them to bulldoze him into giving reasons As to Why he made removals they did not demand that he should keep in appoint democratic Courtesy to a Republican discourtesy to a democratic president. Foraker had not been governor Ohio fifteen minutes before he removed from office Reter Faulkner a crippled Soldier who has acted As visitors guide at the state House in Columbus the past two years. This demonstrates the love the republicans have for the Soldier. Or. Faulkner has since been appointed to a position in the Treasury department at Washington. The spot the Battlefield Gettysburg where Gen. Hancock was wounded is marked by a Avo Den Post. It is proposed to place there not a Monument nor a statue nor a tall Shaft hut an a pretending Granite Boulder which shall be inscribed the simple fact that there the 3d Day july 1863, general w. S. Hancock was wounded. The . Whiteley Springfield who has turned out his shops All the knights labor is the Man who organized the plug hat brigade Springfield which visited Indianapolis and Cincinnati howling for Blaine in 1884, and went to Cincinnati last year to whoop things up for Foraker. Delaware Herald this is the ninth week that the legislature has Lieen in session and Little nothing any consequence has been accomplished. At the rate Progress thus far made we fear the members will not get Home in time to Plant Corn. It is the duty every patriotic citizen to endorse the administration president Cleveland. He is doing the Best he can with a Republican Senate to contend with. One the latest and most useful inventions is the stamped letter Sheet which will soon be issued by the government the Post office department having adopted it. It is a letter Sheet and envelope combined a perforated line running around the Sheet with the narrow spaces outside overspread with mucilage so that the Sheet May be folded and securely fastened. The letter when ready for mailing resembles the style in use before envelopes were invented. This the government Stamps in Loose sheets and collectively in pads and a ill he put Sale soon at some the leading pos offices throughout the country. As it can be produced at a very Low figure and affords the same Security that an envelope does it is expected to take the place to a considerable extent the postal card. The Cass county mo., Democrat is in deep Waters and desirous information an important subject. It says a we done to see achy the papers done to capitalize the word hell is a Well known place is largely visited by fashionable people and we think it is just As appropriate to begin it with a Cap ii. As Washingion with a Cap these remarks started the Lamar mo., Democrat Man to thinking and lie soliloquies As follows new let us look at this. Ilell should be capitalized the same As Washington because Washington is a Capitol. Is that it is it because men work so hard and spend so much Money to get to either place please explain. Merchants will do Well to remember that after june 31st next the giving away articles by lottery will be illegal and liable to punishment by a Fine not Over $100 one years imprisonment in the Penitentiary both. This scheme which has been so generally worked Over the state during the last few years is Only an evasion the Law against lotteries and has All the objectionable features. Many merchants who went into the scheme Only because compelled to by competitors will be glad it is entirely shut off with its demoralizing tendencies. While in this part gods Green Earth ave Are tramping around in mud one Day and the next shivering from cold out in California As we learn from the Fresno Democrat they Are enjoying pleasant Spring weather. The Democrat says the Rains during the week were opportune As the surface the ground was growing a Little dry. Considerable wheat in this county has fallen and it has been necessary to it and let it grow again. From present prospects the yield this season will be larger than was Ever known before. The March Moon fulls the 19th at 1 la. 37m, . The full Moon occurs so near the 21st, the Vernal Equinox that it brings easter at the latest possible Date the 25th april. For the next full Moon after the 21st occurs the 18th april which is sunday. Therefore easter Falls the following sunday the 25th april an event which will not take place again until 1943. The Moon exerts a mighty influence in this Way upon the affairs this planet. A mathematician who had a Little spare time weighed the Earth and found it tipped the Scales at exactly 5, 855,000,000,000,000 Ledger. If that is All the Earth weighs we have enough mules in Barton county to pull the stuffing out it. The figures Are too Small by half. That mathematician should soak his head. He failed to weigh the to Democrat. On wednesday last a Young Man named g. In Culson agent for the White sewing machine co., was arrested Here by marshal de. Maloy a Telegram from Zanesville charging Cullison with embezzlement. It seems he had sold several machines in this Vicinity and appropriated the proceeds. He was taken to Zanesville by an officer from that paragraph. A Cherry tree stood in the Way a German railway Extension that is being pushed at Niederle Yustien and the owner asked about $900 for the tree. Experts Avert appointed and he than showed that it had for years yielded him crops each which sold for sums equivalent to the interest the amount named. They finally agreed to award him $600 and the tree had to go. We. Rutherford Londonderry is in a new York Hospital with both legs Frozen. He crawled into a Box car at Dayton o., and went to sleep. The weather was fearfully cold and when he awakened he was unable to make himself heard and remained in the car four Days subsisting Corn with which the car was partly . A tramp entered the Baptist Church at Mineral Ridge a week ago and after building a hot fire with singing books collected from the scats disposed himself for rest. Fortunately a vigilant Church goer discovered him Anil he was suddenly removed from his warm quarters. The latest swindle is sending out circulars to induce sex soldiers to Send a Small amount Money to some anxious Friend for use in securing a Nice lot Western land for the Veteran. Of course the Man who sends the Money never hears from it again. At a recent Temperance meeting held in Youngstown a Saloon keeper a . Knight not Only signed the pledge but at once put her Faith into works by converting her Saloon into a Coffee House. The average salary the methodist preacher the Baltimore conference is $785 a year. Sixty preachers some them married receive less than this amount and one receives Only $160. Although the City Bangor me., has a Good old fashioned prohibitory Law out 672 persons arrested last year 348 Avert for drunkenness. One firm in Western Massachusetts last year made 130,000 Drums. They have a great Deal to answer for. On saturday morning last week about 6 clock in the morning fire avas discovered in the grocery establishment William cd Ooley at Shanesville. An alarm was immediately sounded but before the people could turn out from their Homes the fire had gained such headway that All efforts to sate either the contents building proved futile. The origin the fire is unknown but it is supposed to have commenced near where the powder gun cartridges and Coal Oil was kept As an explosion followed soon after flames Avert first discovered. The building was a Brick Structure the property . Law Baugh and was insured for $1,800. It was entirely destroyed. Or. Cooley lost a a Grything but Fortuney avas insured for $1,400. The Post office was located in one Corner the building the contents which were totally consumed by fire. The building was valued at from $2,500 to $3,000. Under the new management the rolling Mill started upon monday with about one Hundred men. There Are ten puddling furnaces two Sheet Mills. And scrap and heating furnaces in full operation with orders ahead for sometime. The works were never in better condition and the two Sheet mils turn out every Twenty four hours from sixteen to eighteen tons Iron. About 70 tons Coal Are consumed each Day. An excellent class workingmen Are employed in different departments the establishment and All appear to be highly pleased with the thought being again Able to resume Kavork after so Many weeks forced idleness. The Mill is one the very Best in the state and we Hope the proprietors May be Able to procure sufficient orders to keep it in operation for an indefinite period. The City minstrels will i re an entertainment in Eagle Hall thursday evening March 25th, for the Benefit the new Philadelphia band. The later organization has lately received their new uniforms and will give a Street Parade the 25th. There will be Twenty members in the minstrel troupe among them some very Fine performers and excellent singers. The entertainment will be refined and the program for the evening has been selected with great care with a View pleasing every body. The orchestra has no equals in this Section and the music this occasion a ill be Worth the Price admission. Give the boys a Good House. Thy Are worthy. A Bill has passed the House by Hon. J. Williams Coshocton co., amending sections 4072 and 4075, so As to provide that fees school examiners and their travelling expenses he paid out the county Treasury. They Are now defrayed from the fees collected from candidates before the Board for teachers certificates. A marshal Shull arrested thirteen let oys monday for playing Hall within the corporation limits contrary to the provisions an ordinance prohibiting the same. Parents should notify their children this fact and thereby save several dollars in costs and the probable expense paying for broken windows. Sam Jones says a the Liest Man in Chicago is the Man who spends the most his time his Knees i done to care who he the Man that makes a business putting Down carpets would appear to have a pretty sure thing eternal glory. Or. Camp e. Cove Canton and miss Anna Bell Albert this place were married at the residence the brides parents monday last. We wish the newly wedded couple a world happiness and Prosperity George w. Benson merchant at Winfield made an assignment thursday last week to Christopher Sheeler Dover for the Benefit his creditors. Assets about $8,060 liabilities unknown. The managers the a a Casino have succeeded in obtaining miss Annie e. Sylvester the Champion lady bicyclist the world for an exhibition at the Casino Friday night March 19. Photo scan he seen at the Postof lice Entrance. The Newcomerstown Index was destroyed by lire last Friday night including building. Insured for $1,800. The proprietors messes. Temple amp Case will resume publication in a Short time. The Massachusetts legislature has passed a Law requiring wages to be paid weekly to labourers. Now let the Ohio legislature make a note this fact and act accordingly. A Little boy whose sprained wrist had been relieved by bathing in whisky stir prised his Mother by asking a a did papa Ever sprain Liis Throat when lie was a boy a the Mother District Revenue collector a. T. Mccollough died at her Home in Union township saturday last a Eek. The let est cuts let Beefsteak sell at to cents per Pound in Beauga county and the butchers Are Well satisfied at that Price. Rev. Father dues St. Josephus Church Dover is seriously ill with congestion the brain. Speakers Are traversing Trumbull county in the interest tax payer who want taxes reduced. As the time approaches for the Borough election interest is gradually Awakening. Miss Annie e. Sylvester at the Casino Friday night March 19. Music by City band. We Are indebted to Hon. George w crites for favors received. George Putman Gardener died at his residence in this place thursday last. Several candidates for mayor and one two precincts to yet hear from. J. W. Shull now serving a sentence ten Days in jail for an alleged violation the liquor Law writes the times speaking in complimentary terms sheriff Bowers and his excellent Azife. He says the prisoners have plenty to eat served in Good style and that they Are treated like human beings. Or. Shull says he keenly feels his strange position and that he did not intentionally violate the Law for which he now suffers imprisonment but that he is the victim enemies. In another column the times he offers his property and business in Philips Burgh for Sale. An Effort is making through the posts the grand army the Republic to find out the number sex soldiers Noav in the county infirm Aries the state. The object is to ameliorate the condition these unfortunates who Are no longer physically Able to Avin a livelihood for themselves and families. Blanks Are sent to the clerks county infirmary boards requesting All the information that can he had this subject. Several Hunters near Circleville a few Days ago took a mean revenge a Farmer Avo had shot their hounds when chasing foxes his place a Cav Days before. They took from the barn a valuable calf for which the Farmer had just paid $100 and tied it to the Fence. Then hiding themselves they twisted the ears a hound until he bayed continuously. The Farmer suddenly awakened appeared at the door with his Rifle and mistaking the calf for a hound sent a Bullet through the body his thoroughbred. It would he Safe to say that not less than 50,000 workingmen Are at the present moment a strike taking the country at Large. The fever is raging in nearly Ever Quarter. In a number quarters lockouts Are impending. It is at the same time True that nearly every Day witnesses the settlement a strike by arbitration concessions to the demands the strikers. The a a preacher is the latest swindling Dodge being worked now. He Calls his Way distributing bibles and often presents the family with a handsome Book. He than asks for dinner other meal and takes a receipt for Twenty five cents paid for it. A few months later the neighbouring Bank Calls for the payment a note for $150.25. Our Young Friend Joe. Meagher Sandy township gave the times office a Friendly Call wednesday. Joe spent a part the last two years in Hoosier Dom but returned to Tuscarawas county a Cav months ago account ill health. He now talks going to California with a Hope that the climate there May prove beneficial. On Friday last a family named con incl left this City for Niles by the Branch Railroad. They had with them a Siek child six eight months old which died in the mothers arms when near Wayne Burgh. The journey was continued the grief stricken Mother carrying the dead babe in her arms to their destination. A Hill is pending in the legislature to make it unlawful for ticket holders a a ticket paddlers a to stand within one Hundred feet any poll. If not too Long Between drinks the legislature might find time to get Down to business and pass the Hill. It would Proa e a Good and wholesome Law. The eggs Laid by an Active healthy Hen supplied with Good fresh food Are much Superior to those Laid by the common scavengers alleys Back Yards and pig pens. The difference in color smell and taste is very evident to one who has Given the matter a Little attention. Mitchell bros., dentists have returned to new Philadelphia from Salineville and located at their former place business in City Block Over Raifus hardware store. They Are experts in their line business and would he pleased to see All their old friends. We Are pleased to note that our old Friend Jesse i. Elliott sr., the Ohio Democrat who has been confined to his Home for the last ten Days from ill health is again Able to resume Iii accustomed duties. The grand army boys Andrew Crawford Post this City have greatly improved the general appearance their room during the past month two. We regret to learn the serious illness Edward Mathews a brother Printer from lung trouble. His Condi Tion at this Avri Ting is critical. Ella aged 22 years daughter William Himes died at the residence her father front Street wednesday evening. V. Ream jr., will offer the hotel furniture the Sherman House at Public Sale in this place monday March 22d. There will be no More jury trials before judge Pearce this term court. Jury discharged tuesday morning. It is said that Sam Jones is to deliver a course lectures for $500 a night just like any other miserable sinner. The commissioners annual report will be found the third and fourth pages this weeks times. A mayor marshal and full corporation ticket will he elected in new Philadelphia this Spring. Little feathered songsters harbingers Spring have already made their appearance in our midst. Miss Alice Crouch will sing at the lutheran Church next Sabbath evening. Talmage a sermons appear weekly in the times. All sorts. In Dakota butter is Selling at eight cents a Pound and Corn at fifteen cents a Bushel. _ Money does no to make the Man and it Isnit every Man whom Kes the Money either. 1 am almost discouraged hoax Many times have i told you not to a Maria i am Wiull Lila ill Liliuo ii you a. Say Tater but per Tater a the total capacity american Mills making steel rails is Alx it 1,500,000 tons a year. _ a she had a suit Stair carpet a said a Man Avo was trying to inform his wife which her friends he had met the Street. The butter and cheese dealers new York have made an agreement refusing to sell Ole Margarine handle it in any a kiss the baby while you can a a warbles a poet. Thanks we will wait till she is sixteen and risk our chances. An open questions come Down and let me in. _ a bless me a said he looking at the clock a a it a after eleven. How the time flies i had no idea it was so a a it a better late than never a she said hiding a Yawn. A Sioux chief is learning to ride the bicycle and the final extermination the aboriginal race is now Only a question time. _ _ a Well known gentlemen speaking another very conscientious citizen said that a the was so afraid that he would do wrong that he did not dare to do so the Bakers have joined the knights labor. A Tiswell. What the bread makers do not know nights labor Isnit Worth knowing. An Ohio Clergyman the other Day made his congregation smile by saying that cremation has lie come a burning question in the Church. A haste makes waste said the proverb but the Man who buttons his Waistcoat Over a Bay Windhav will Tell you that haste had no hand in making his Waist. _ a spa a asked a Little Hoy when a politician goes into office does he have to take an oath a a and when he goes out office does he take an oath a a yes but there is nothing compulsory Al it out news. Johny stole one Pancake and got six spank aches without stealing. A How shall a cabbage worm be treated a asks an Exchange. That is difficult to answer. We should like to know what the worm would like before we a female preacher is said to he writing a a commentary the life it is reported that she will old serve that Joshua was successful with the Sun but he never commanded the daughter to he still. The most thoughtful Man living is the one who immediately stopped dying when reminded that his life insurance policy had expired. A a in a not in politics this year hut Pii take the stump All the same a said a tramp going Down into the Gutter for a half smoked Cigar. Further assignment civil cases. A tuesday March 16. 281. Jesse f. Smitley is William Smitley. Divorce. Wednesday March 17. 131. Annie lamas is John lamas. Divorce. 148. William in Stephens is Elizabeth Conwell. Thursday March 18. 175. Philip h. Deis is Hugo Gleiter Man. 223. Jordan in Banks it Al is the county commissioners. Friday March 19. 137. Sheldon Dickinson is James m. Burt it Al. Tuesday March 23. Thomas Mcguire is Nathan Pur cell. To. Benjamin Parsons is George e. Stewart. 69. Simon Klein is Isaac Miller it Al. Wednesday March 24. 258. Mary Ann Ashbaugh is Daniel Ashbaugh. Divorce. 308. Mary e. Ridgway is Jonathan Ridgway. Divorce. Thursday March 25. 133. William Swihart is John i. Otis. 134. Della m. Gilgen is John i. Otis. 135. Frederick Groff is John i. Otis. James Kennedy an old resident Crossingville pa., called in his children and grandchildren to celebrate his 70th birthday anniversary last Friday. When All were seated at the dinner the old gentleman engaged in a devout prayer and As the word a a Amend came from his Mouth he fell Forward dead. The cause death was heart disease. The aged wife has let Een unconscious Ever since. _ Fred Douglass says he Dosena to care for the course some the coloured people in giving him the cold shoulder. He a boasts his White blood now More than he used to and claims that by the mixture he was equally entitled to marry a woman either that a where lie had an advantage Over poor White trash. Samuel Montague an English member parliment who after Rothschild is the leading dealer in Money says the whole Trade the world was built up by the Aid Gold and Silver combined. Discarding Silver weakens the underpinning a Man accustomed to walking with two legs can Only hop clumsily with one. About seven thousand Bills have already been introduced in Congress and the work goes bravely . Is costs nothing but time to introduce a Hill and it tickles the constituents. Nine tenths the measures Are Pigeon holed within ten minutes after their introduction. The available Coal Alabama collected into one Lump would be forty five Miles Long by Twenty five Miles wide by ten feet thick. A breaking off 5,000 tons daily from the Lump would leave a Large part it untouched at the expiration 6,000 years. The late governor Seymour once said that a fall experience shows that temper Ance like other Virtues is not produced by Law makers but by the influence education morality and unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the new Philadelphia Postof lice March 15th, 1886 Emma Pryse c. A. Diefenbach Nettie r. Anderson. E. Fribley p. Temple amp Case the newcomers town Index have started a paper at Marksburg. The Day a we celebrate a stove pipe Day moving Day is near at hand. Conducted by John p. Kuhn mathematics. Mary Rice is William Heister. In partition. Order granted. Report commissioners confirmed and order Sale premises. P. Bakery a sons co. Is g. W. Benson amp co. Co Novit judgment $101.20. William Lucas is n. F. Schwartz. Trial to court. Finding for plaintiff $297.10. Peter Fahrney is John Scheldt. Default judgment $290.38. Sale premises. City Bank new Philadelphia is g. W. Meese it Al. Default judgment for plaintiff $706.50 for r. B. Llu hard a son $553.00. John Krantz is Samuel Swaby. Order attachment sheriff Hardin county $1,938. Ohio relation William Anderson is trustees Perry township. Continued. Lydia Arees is Gideon Haas. Default. Leave to withdraw answer and file another by March 22. William Steese is Thomas Mowl . Trial to jury. Plaintiff sues executor for nursing testator during last illness for $125.00. Verdict for plaintiff $35. J judgment verdict. John w. Sluthour is John Sli Thour. Settled at the costs plaintiff. Susanna Johnson is Thomas Johnson. Divorce. Petition dismissed. Oliver a. Vogritz is Ida m. South Wick. Settled. Florence m. Klein is Timothy l. Klein. In attachment dismissed. Anna Kail it Al is S. Finney. In partition order granted. The state Ohio is John Shull. Defendant withdraws former plea not guilty and entered plea guilty to indictment. Fined $75.00 and costs prosecution and imprisoned in jail ten Days and thereafter stand committed until Fine and costs Are paid. The state Ohio is Jacob Foehl. Defendant withdraws former plea not guilty and enters plea guilty to second count indictment. Prosecutor Nolles first count. Fined $100.00 and osts prosecution imprisoned in the jail the county fifteen Days and thereafter stand committed until Fine and costs Are paid. The state Ohio is Jacob Foehl. Defendant withdraws former plea not guilty and enters plea guilty to first count indictment. Prosecutor Nolles 2d and 3d counts and court orders Case continued to May term for sentence. Delaware Mutual fire insurance co. Is Wible Wentz co. Demurrer to first defense in answer sustained and overruled As to remainder. Delaware Mutual fire insurance co. Is Elizabeth Montag. Demurrer to answer sustained. James Mairs is e. G. Ile wig. Plaintiff leave to file reply by april 1, 1886. Lewis k. Thompson is David j. Thompson. Continued. Agatha Penn is Marion Penn. Continued. Maggie Pracht is Charles Pracht continued. Benedict Bieri is Christian Keunzli settled. Ohio complaint Phoebe Kirby is Joseph Spray. Former continuance set aside and re continued former recognizance. Benjamin Beans is the Royal insurance company. Plaintiff leave to reply by april 20, 1886. David Allison administrator Etc., is James in Sheplar it Al. Co Novit judgment $2,198.04. Adam Maugherman is Isaac Maugh Erman. Defendant leave to plead apri 15. William Swihart is John d. Otis motion guardian overruled. Phoenic m. Kirby is Joseph Spray continued. William in Stephens is Eli Zaliel Conwell. Guardian and item leave to it answer i Stanter. The state Ohio is Henry Miller convicted burglary and larceny brought into court and sentenced to the Penitentiary this state at hard Walior for five years. The state Ohio is John Grovsner convicted burglary and larceny brought into court and sentenced to the Penitentiary this state at hard Walior for three years. The state Ohio is robot i Art Field indictment for grand larceny. Defend ant brought into court and waived his right to interval time Between indictment and arraignment and plead guilty to Petit larceny alleging that the goods stolen were not the value reported to the grand Iury. Prosecutor accepts plea Maele and court Senten Ceel prisoner to the work House for thirty Days $50 Fine and costs prosecution and thereafter committed until Fine and costs Are paid. 1. How Many cubic inches does a Bushel Coal contain and How much More than a Bushel wheat v. In steer. A Bushel wheat More properly the Bushel with which wheat and other cereals Are measured contains four pecks 537.6 cubic inches each 2150.4 cubic inches. A Bushel Coal contains five pecks 2688 cubic inches. Our dry gallon contains 268.8 cubic inches and the Standard Bushel contains eight dry Gallons while the Legal Coal j Bushel contains to dry Gallons and j therefore the Coal Bushel contains 2 dry 1 Gallons More than the wheat Bushel. J. P. K. 2. How would you proceed to make a measure that will contain just one Bushel Coal and be even full without any fractional dimensions As nearly j alike As possible and one that will a contain two bushels ? answer. Separate 2688 into its prime factors and then Divide those factors into three groups which will when Mill tip lied together make three products As j nearly alike As possible the three pro j ducts will be the dimensions a Bushel measure. The prime factors 2688, Are 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 3, and 7. The first \ four two a multiplied together make i the product 16 the three and two More two a make the product 12 and the seven and remaining two make the product 14. The groups Are As follows 2, 2, 2, and 2 = 16 2, 2, and 3 = 12 2, 7 a i l therefore the dimensions a lion containing one Bushel Coal Are length 15 inches Width 14 inches and path 12 inches and to contain two die is we double the depth any one the other dimensions but not More than one the dimensions. A. P. K. In How do you find the solid contents a plow Point a Monkey renew ? m. Answer. We Are not Able a a to see the Point that mr., miss . is driving at in asking us to solve this double problem. Perhaps the Only Point is the there Are several methods ascertaining the volume regular solids two which Are the following. First method immerse the Given solid in water in a vessel with regular dimensions the number cubic inches water displaced by the Given solid Are then easily found. Second method Divide the weight the Given irregular solid by the specific Gravity the substance which the Given solid is composed the quotient will he the weight a bulk water the same volume As the Given solid. Perhaps the ii priest will understand the first method the Liest. ., miss . A .�?� will please take notice that in the future we will not publish any queries notes answers Over an assumed signature unless we Are previously informed As to the real name the contributor. J. P. K. 40 ? feet above their bases. What distance Are they apart id. 6. What will it Cost to enclose a piece land in the form a Secor a Circle the arc which contains 50� and its area one fourth an acre at the rate 5 shillings per Lineal Yard ? in. J. P. Kuhn. Transfers heal estate. Edith Helmick to Mellie he Nick lot 7 West Philadelphia $300. William Wallick to James t. Of Donnell lot 45, Shanesville $1,300. Rebecca r. And Edward s. Ferguson to e. In Vano Strain part 1� it $8, Uhrich Shiue $875. Levi d. Williams to Chas. E. Williams 42-Looths an acre Oxford township $200. T. In Brannon to f. Ii. Waldron lot 124, Dover $1,500. Henry Leister to John Leister lot 124, Dover township $1,000. John Leister to Lena Leister lot 124, Dover township $1,000. Benjamin Wells to Charles Hummelt 40-100ths an acre Goshen township $500. Charles Hummell to Benjamin Wells 1 Styli an acre Goshen township $400. William Domer to Mary Domer lot 4, and part lot 13, Buena Vista $180. Lydia Davis to we. In Davis 50 acres York township $1. Frederick Eichenlamb to John Eichenlamb 77 acres Salem township $600. Charles Porcher to John Eichenlamb. 77 acres Salem township $200. George Zimmerman to Simon lbs. Rich 1 acre Auburn township $40. Thomas f. Mckee to Sarah Wilson lot 20, Mill township $55. Aaron Shull to Sarah Davis 2 acres York township . William in Davis to Aaron Shull 50 acres York township $1,000. Charles Walton to Christian j. Mug Esser 1 1-100 acres Warwick $250. John Prysi to Jacob Harcher 43 62-100 acres Warwick township $1,065. Caleb Jones to John c. Andrews lot to Wayne township $91. Larger Jacob to David Thomas lot-22, 29, 30, 31, Salem township $07<>. John Shutz to Samuel a. Lel old lot 9, Bolivar $400. Zachariah Strickmaker to Gottlie Schnitzer lot 98, Blakes Mills $500. Alice in Skeeles to Angeline Brothers 5 acres Sandy township $1. Wedded Over their child a crave. 1. What is the Correct Reading the following fractions 2-21, 3-32, and 1-21? answer. Two Twenty firsts three thirty seconds and erne thirty first. J. P. K. It. Do authors differ As to the Correct result the following operation a Divide 212 times 273 by 312 a 273 a applicant. Answer. We know but one convention and that is this Aii proceeding the word a a by is the dividend and All following a a by a is the division see any work arithmetic algebra but authors do differ in the use the signs addition subtraction multiplication and division. We shall give you All the popular conventions and among them we shall give you the Best the one which we consider the Best and most philosophical. J. P. K. 5. Is there any difference in the answers to the following problems a take the number 6, add 4 multiply by 2 and 6 6 plus 4 multiplied by 2? teacher. Amer. Yes there is a difference for the answer to the first is 20, and to the second it is i l j. P. K. 7. How High alive the surface is the Snow line when the fahrenheit thermometer shows a temperature 100�? teacher. An surer. Subtract 32� from 100�, and multiply the difference 68�, by 350, because the Mercury Falls one degree for every 350 feet ascent 350 feet multiplied by 68, is 22800 feet. J. P. K. We have received the following Proli Lenis which we leave to our correspondents for solution. Some them Are interesting and require care in order to solve them correctly. Who will dare to wrestle with them ? problems. 1. A note $449.82, is dated port Washington it july 20, 1878. Endorsed november 15, 1881, $100. Interest 8 per pent payable annually. What will he due this note july 20, 1886. Miss in new Philadelphia 2. The Hypotenuse a right angled Triangle is 32.55 feet the base is 2 be Quot longer than the Altitude. What june area the largest inscribed sqiia5 x. Z., it. Washing411�?T it 55. 9/ plus y = 7/ plus the in the value x plus y. A 4. A cubical Box 12 inches internal measure is fill Gay equal spherical bodies. What s their United solidity and what amount space is unoccupied ? 1 do 5. Two particular Violes one 60 and the other 90 feet High stand so far apart that if two lines be drawn from the top Erich to the base the other re a remarkable wedding occurred at Chestnut Mound tenn., recently. The Bride is a Good family and the bridegroom betrayed her two years ago. He refused to redeem his Promise and to escape the vengeance her male relatives he fled. During his absence a child was born and died. The father subsequently repented and obtained forgiveness by a solemn Promise to atone by at once making her his wife. The ceremony took place this morning. They repaired to the grave their child with friends and the minister and kneeling one each Side the Tomb with hands clasped alive it they spoke the vows which United them the service living read by the minister who stood at the foot the grave. The St. Paul ice carnival expenditures amounted to $48,000 in Money and about $100, in fun. The local pop g will now be Able to write glowing descriptions the beauteous palais melting under the kiss Spring and dying in the arms Mother Earth. Notice to Argus sub Serif Norrs. Parties knowing themselves to be h a cited to the argut joke either for it work advertising Siks Rupno will please Call promptly and make so element. These accounts a Hakau Nett i immediately As they a Small East one is Able to Inako such payment wit. Out further delay reject fully f. Read late proprietor arg. A a Sale. place Xiu siness Ufi Phillip Dorg is now offered for a. Good bar room. Large Pool Roo Maitel and Good Stabb ice House and Quot Luff interest in skating rink now used As a town Hall. Win sell cheap find easy payments a rooms ill the House. Location and la iness Good. 1241 John w. Shill furniture. We 1 Lave now got the largest Asso ment All kinds furniture Ever k in this City. Now is the time for bargain. Upholstering a it done Short notice. ,. J if hear As we have purchased a ,.lert i we Are prepared to do u11 -. In and town All its branches m your i nth it co., 0 West High Stre it i 11 w2 in Drutys Etc., Etc. Bargain the he an he Gant Stock drug. Oils Wall paper Miscellaneo paints a 11 a Ihm k a Hool Hooks novelties Etc., it it i. Gentsch a is now living it at Cost prices and inflow and will i thus offered until the 1st april Al which time . Zentsch has determined to close out his business. Splendid bargains Are offered. Call and see. Baby carriages. We have now got a larger assortment these goods it i Liard than any other House in the coun wat prices that speak for themselves. Gsg Intz a co., 11 \v2 / Nevest High Street. Baad amp Maurer the prominent general merchants Bolivar o., have just received a Large invoice carpet Chain in All colors which they Are Selling very cheap. Parties needing anything in that line will do Well to give them a

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