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Saturday Review, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1886, East Liverpool, Ohio VOL. 8. NO. 6. LIVERPOOL AND 20, 1886. SINGLE 5 NEW WRAP Was never so fall of Bargains as at this We have on sale Black Diagonal at worth 55.00. ONE Black Diagonal Trimmed at OXE LOT and Brown Beaver Trimmed L market at and Trimmed Dolmans at f I Trimmed Dolmans at L Miscellaneous all 510.00 to are from One Dollar to five Dollars Below Regular Prices for Each 269 East Market St. East The Great Leader and Innovator in the progressive school ot HIS UNPARALLELED Consulted bv 10.00O Invalids since his advent Mav 12, 1SS3. nearly all ot whom ivere treated by excepting upon were found beyond the reach of human skill and turned as The steal majority of those that he accepted to trear have to and the balance are A of the diseases of these sufferers are as clearness and freshness to the most disfigured d and add bloom and Gastritis of the Hancy to the fairest Int- Cancer of the Neuralgia of the Chronic diseases from Gas in and gas in the Diseases tO Diseases of j Loss of in all Diseases of the ol of Valvular Angina Diseases of the Nervous Scanty Diseases Peculiar to In Bouele and Beaver med and at prices from 53-50. OITE LOT OF 150 aM At 50C. 65C. 73C, to 5.00. i 9 fail Goods tn and for Injure laic fobi at a smsn abate large Ms these cere toid We duplicate at OK prices are fitting aL. Tiie of the matter is. COXE 3fOW BUT SATE Chorea Diseases of the All eruptions and blemishes A thorough treatment will impan remarkable Sp Chronic im- or Stone in the or 01 in of all eye diseases gives him a wide The many diseases of the eye That have for centuries been unyielding to medicine and pronounced incurable are by the aid of instruments aad eye Dr. entire thorough restored and cured in a most phenomenal as before witnessed ia the Have no equal for Eestore or Old Prevent and cure or Double or blurred Give vision ia Granulated Opacity of the Re Tumors of the IMS Those at a. and lo call m person not de- lay DEI send for Dr. Health aad tkm the questions of which if property enable him to mase a i seeing the Will weak or de- formed Do brine or far to normal Give and retain it. in cases where blindness has been on by poor ana improperly fitted slass sold for Tarsal Etc. If yon suffer from anv of the OT any other and in- do fail to ihe as it cay save yon years of or a pre- 1-52. and iw Fifth EAST OHIO and or cross cored out toe use of Tbe cheapest dry goods honse in eastern and The Ex-President of the U. Dies at His Home in New LX HONORABLE BROUGHT TO A. Special Dispatch to the dent Chester Arthur died si his Lexington New York City morning at 5 The ex- President has been suffering for some time j with Bright's disease of tbe his death was in the nature of a the gravity of tbe situation be- ing known to only a few of his more in- timate Chester Allan Arthur was for many yeari one ot the best known ot New York holding under Presidents Grant Hayes the position of Collector of of New the war he filled the position of nomination for the position of at Chicago in 1880, on the ticket James A. mainly due to a desire to cate aad his of whose faction he was an earnest the death of September 19th 1881, Arthur assumed the duties of the taking the oath ot office at his home on at midnight on the 19th. He made a and was a can nomination in ing but was defeated .by Elaine Since his retirement from the office of President he has lived quietly athis home in About a year ago it first generally known that he was snf from Bright's disease of the was a arid leaves one a young man of twenty and one aged JT of tbe Cleveland telegraphed his lence to Sirs the dead and with several members of attend the takes On the part of the Senate F. Bl 31.! C. D. W. C. man and James 1C Jones will be present at the Called the office of Chief Executive under President showed his appreciation of the responsibilities ot his new principles rather than he subordinated individual preferences to a well-defined public While he as he always had he had no sympathy for blind devotion to he had friends to no enemies to and governed by those principles of liberty and equality which he His messages to Congress were uni- and even iy pronounced them careful and well-matured Their tone was than customary in such and their extensive arid varied as they showed that be bad patiently reviewed the field of labor so sadly and so unexpectedly opened before and that he was inclined to shirk the constitutional duty of aiding Congress by his suggestions and An bonest who believed in his own who followed his own con- and never hesitated to bis he had given his views in his deliberate ideas of The foreign relations of the States were conducted by under the President's in a friendly spirit and when with a view to mutual cial He took a conservative view of the management of the public approving all the important tions of the Secretary of the and recognizing the proper protection of American He was in favor of the great interests of and opposed to such tinkering with the tariff as would make vain tbe toil of the industrious paralyze tbe arm oi tbe sturdy strike down tbe the hardy stop tbe bush tbe extinguish tbe furnace and degrade all independent toilers of ihe poor in other The architect of his own he had a strong and abiding sympathy for those who struggled against The reform of tbe Civil Service met President Arthur's earnest and his messages showed every ment of the Government bad received his careful Following the example oj he personally visited several sections of the United and especially made himself the great problem of In- dian President Arthur's administration was characterized an elevated tone at home and important tions were carefully discussed at ihe cil at which President displayd unusual powers of and The conflicting claims of for appointments to offices in bis gift were carefully tion was lasen until sll parties interested had a The President had a re- markable insight into promptly character with an accuracy that made ira difficult matter lo deceive or to win bis favor either for visionary corrupt attacks upon the or incompetent place He has showed thai he was guided by a wise experience of the and a sagacious foresight of the exhibiting fices of individual friendship to public Possessing moral firmness and a just President Arthur did not hesitate at vetoing tbe and the making appropriations for rivers aad tor reasons which be laid before Congress in his veto The wisdom and sagacity which he dis- played in bis management of national lairs was especially acceptable to the busi nesa interest of tbe They tested hia administration by business and they felt so long as he grasped the helm of the ship of she would pursue a course of peace and IB dispensing the hospitalities ol the White President Arthur Exhibited tbe resources of a naturally generous dis- position and a refined His brance of persons who called upon and whom he might not have seen for and his genial temperament enabled him to make his visitors at His vigorous ity of body and his figure and expressive added to the ot bis A ready he at all times rose lo Ihe level of an and he invariably charmed those who heard by his courtesy of which was the outward of a kind 4 President Arthur's numerous contemplate the prominent of his eventful life without and with a sincere belief that they will be sustained by the verdict of impartial ity to the country was the rule of his and he arrived at that high standard of official excellence which prevailed in the early days of the when patriotism and stability of character of public Under his the Republican disorganized and disheartened after the sad death of General became strengthened and The American people are quite familiar dignified manner in which President Arthur permitted an modest canvass to be made to secure him a nomination to a second term in the with his failure thereof and subsequent graceful support ot Mr with his cordial welcome to President hia successor at the and with the modesty and patience that have characterized General Arthur fince his retirement to a citizen's and the protracted growing UK ness that has been noted in connection It is sate to say that hc mourns with and ei President aspens of the deceased Letter The a list of the letters re- maining in the East Liverpool for the week ending Nov. 19: i James Miss John John John Miss Mary Henry Lizzie F. A. Loring Joseph Sarah Mrs. Hannan Arb Mrs. Margaret Mrs. L. Edward All persons asking for advertised letters will please cive date of H. H. P. M. Physicians say is In some cases this may be We know however of many cures made by Dr. Bull's Cough and we will guarantee Tbc following which explains been handed us for EAST reputation has W. H. Hoffman in your city Cnot asa but and has there ever been a warrant out for his arrest that yon are aware If so. what was tbe nature of tbe charse You oblige me by making an early lours Truly W. H. is. MR. H. I would state that there never has been a rant issued for Hoffman's and in regard to his personal character there is not a Hoffman can come to to-morrow and will be received by a host of Yours CHAS ly a lovely we often bear persons I wonder what she does for In every case the purity and real loveliness of the complexion de- pends upon the Those who have blotchy faces may make their skin and healthy by taking enough of Dr Pierce's Medical drive out tbe humors lurking in the for y. Don't fail to see tbe beautiful line of presents at tbe Atlantic Tea Presents given with baking powder and CLERICAL Central Convocation of the diocese of meet at St. church on tbe 23d inst. Tbe Bishops ol tbe diocese will attend and all the clergy of the The Bishops of and West Virginia are also expected to be The Convocation will last for three Tbe rite of tion will also be What We We are the largest dealers in tbe We sell on closer margins than soy other house in the OUT goods are always fresh and strictly We v ATLANTIC TEA Co. beaver cloth coa J. T- Co. D- A. Mackintosh will have a big lot of Leave your der without solid kid opera f I. J. T- Co. Sudden Death ot An Old Jesse a well-known and re spected died very suddenly at his home on College Thursday at p. Mr. was apparently -in his usual health in tbe morning and ate a He came to the house From his work about 11 o'clock and ot a paip in his fingers and His wife tried to prevail upon him to re- main in the but he lief t to go to his work returning at when he Became so ill that Dr. Bailey was seat but medical aid was unavailing and he died as stated Gorby waa years of age last and had long been a resident of East At the time of his death he filled tha position ot sexton at the Old He was a good industrious and faithful and leavea many friends to mourn his ThP funeral will take place the hour not yet having heen fixed A. Cool Special to On a saw mill a mile below here the governor belt and let the engine run off. As the engineer from East ran to stop the en- tbe fly wheel knocking a can of oil over He was in a blaze in a He tried to brush the flames out with his bands but could and bile the hands stood he walked to the side of the took Van overcoat and wrapped it around himself and put out the He then walked to the engine and started to work as if nothing had happened Strange to say he got off except his left was burned to a His coolness saved W. W. The following letters are EAST Nov. 16.1886.- article in last night's giving the number of employes in the different in this makes us have in our employ 18 supposed to come from you as and we thert a mistake in your report or the printers have it in- We have the best of our eight persons under eighteen and over twelve years of age Will kindly make the correction Editor Edit DEAR you will find a letter irom the number of I would say is as eight under eighteen years of age Whether I ihe mistake or my cannot and if such is tbe 1 beg pardon for so. In It people troubled with take Ayer's CUerry Pectoral before going to church or places of would avoid greatly to the comfort of speakers and The Pectoral wonderfully increases the power and flexibility of tbe Eighteen pounds Standard A for Granulated sixteen pounds for Conrt Mary A Wilson vs. D. Snyder Son ment for motion for new liquor plea fine and Ohio vs. Thomas Patterson indicted for ins fined Ann vs. Kathan L. Shaw et judgment by confession J. DeGood vs W. judgment by default for and A. Gerald vs. Cornelius verdict for motion for a new Jacob Lower vs. Anna judgment fo plaintiff and Hartley vs. settled at Frank vs. Edmund P. set judgment for plaintiff for Firestone Bros. vs. et de- cree on cross petition and order to vs. Miles Foraiss et trial to jury verdict for plaintiff for Probate Court Assignment of Osmon JU sale order of sale schedule of debts Estate of Mary E. deceased Washington wll filed for Estate of Elizabeth tory and appraisement Estate of John Estate of Jeremiah deceased A. J. Ann Knpp et al. Centre liens John D. TS An- na H- Roberts et 21. of Alexander appointed will annexed bond of et al. Centre new bond filed aad Estate of Hary A. ington win filed for Estate of W. H. Salem Hay Fever of ple afflicted with most malady seems to be greatly on The editor of this journal M an and wita a view to discover a has tried numerous Of Cream Is odds tbe an most two greatly laying the IB we would recommend its cse by an sub- ject to hay and we ed testimony to its efficiency in oar own r
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