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Orrville Crescent (Newspaper) - November 23, 1886, Orrville, Ohio IN OF SUBSCRIPTION 75 of Lodge No. 212, K. of P. meets in Fellows Hall every is. C. C. W. K. K. R. of the Ontario Veterinary Treats all Diseases of domesticated 11 and three miles south Phys cian and on corner of Market and Vine reels opposite the Mansion H. A. and Residence North Market Eye and Ear opposite new A. 3NT TIB in Paul door to the post A- A. Physician and in property formerly ed by Mrs. opposite the M. E. Banking General Partnership and Individual Liability H. AND THEIR F. H. H. Dry Farming Bank K. Miller and Grain Loaned at low rates of interest and I time paper We have a fire proof vault and burglar proof safe with time with the INDIVIDUAL makes our Bank as good security as any in the Physicians and on East Market from 9 a. m. to 4 p. OP No. 130, Knights of meets on the first and third Tuesday of each in over Wirth's shoe Vest Market A. A. J. HELLER 0- 0. No. 400, meets regularly n Odd Market council No. 288 meets regularly on the lecond and fourth Tuesday evenings of each N. 003, Attorney aad Counsellor at Notary over Exchange Special attention given and commercial L. and work In dry goods U. Surveyor and give prompt attention to any calls to land or Civil viile a 1the all B. or vitalized air Office 8 to 12 afternoon 1 to 5. in Horst corner of Main and NELSON Attorney at promptly attend to all legal business entrusted to his Special attention given to the business of and And promptly made in any part of the stairs in the Swan BARBER AND HAIR AND all kinds of including all the newest and most desirable styles and Come and see them before you 1SS7- and MOST ' MOST EDITED Newspaper in inside information of private or other you will be obliged to read THE to political and social AND is sadly ignorant who fails to consult that greatest of all a live newspaper that allows nothing to escape its knowledge suppresses nothing of importance for a bribe or applies no excuse for evil or their authors calls mistakes by their proper EQUAL THE in Its columns are complete Market Telegraphic News from all over the Excellent Feature Miscellaneous Food for tho Intelligent Moral Terse Criticisms and Sparkling policy of the is to serve the whole country and the people impartially to bring about genuine and lasting reforms beneficial to to freely speak the truth and give corruption wherever and to render all possible assistance in the detection and punishment of for it for 1887, and enjoy the satisfaction of being a reader of the best newspaper in the the old stand Market a full stock of all kinds Cheaper Than Neatly Done on Short also keep on hand a full drives yon cabman ever on So rapidly in dauntless here one moment and he's gona The next far out of tell me why he hurried hence With a hurried has accepted fifty cents To drive one to a certain winy does yonder creep So slowly through the busy fiery steed is half asleep And like a snail he moves grass beneath his feet doth grow Yet on he crawls with listless bides his His cab is chartered by the OF Hill and Parsee Homes of the Five Cylinders of Black Granite Used For Those Worthy of Sacred Square Tower Set Apart for WEEKLY tho Paper for the country It gives the general hews of the whole world up to the day of contains a mass of choice reading deals in and and its Market Agricultural Department and Household page can not be It is the largest and cheapest paper in and is conceded by every body to be the best weekly paper EYEBY SIZE AND are always ready to attend to undertaking in all Its branches at low We have the finest ice casket in the Also havin learned the art of embalming we are to preserve dead bodies for any length of time or without ice. 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Station New York Gelds are scarce but those who write to I Stimson A receive full information work which and will I from IS to per Borne have over in a day Either youngor Capital paired of little SAMPLE COPY Plain 1887. large of fifty-six is the best weekly newspaper giving as it does every important item of news and furnishing the fullest information regarding the important movements that are being made from time to time upon the political checker In politics it is as truly Democratic as at any period of its more years of yet political bias is not permitted influence news It progressive and aims to report all happenings of both a local and general The compendium NEWS found in its columns week to week comprises the most important local happenings in eve ry part of the AND COMMERCIAL are and comprise all markets of importance to the wool the manufacturer and the general lies ides this it contains the AND ILLUSTRATED that it is possible to secure from special talent aud a large assortment of home and foreign DEPARTMENT equals that of the best special papers and magazines lhat devote pages where it gives Xo feature in the paper is of more general interests and value th in is used In connection with the Timely Farm Dr. who conducts the veterinary has a reputation second to none in his to the Publishers for a Sample Sent PRICE ONLY A Price of the Daily Plain Dealer by Postage mo. 3 6 iro 1 yr. and 60 50 00 except 1 00 2 75 5 25 lo 00 Any Three l 40 2 75 5 65 l 25 2 Cash commissions paid to Postmasters or have made arrangements wilh the Publishers of the Plain which enables us to Paper with the for a Sole Buffalo Id by first-class dealers you Mustang Liniment only good for It is for inflammation of all be kept constantly at for use in emergencies of the Many a startled iu the night by the ominous sounds of finds the little with red and swollen gasping for In such cases Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is Mrs. Emma 159 West 128 New in the last my little three years M as taken ill with it seemed ns if lie Would die from Cherry Pectoral was tried in small ami frequent in less than half an the little patient was breathing The doctor said that the saved my darling's Mrs. B. 's Cherry My also the life of my little As he Is troubled with I dare not bo without this remedy in the Mrs. J. children have repeatedly taken Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for Coughs and It gives immediate followed by Mrs. Maiy E. have two little both of whom have from subject to violent attacks of About six months ago we began using Ayer's Cherry and it acts like a In a few minutes after the child takes he breathes easily and rests Every mother ought to know what m blessing I have found In Ayer's Cherry Mrs. C. our Ayer's medicines have been blessings for many In cases of Colds and we Cherry the inconvenience is soon J. C. Ayer by all must be born a like the his sacred faith admits oi no On as the is built the superstructure of his and Zoroaster's three are his rule of That he may be constantly reminded of his duty to move within the circle of these he wears his girdle triply A Parsee child should be born on the ground floor oi the that by humility at the beginning and correctness of he may merit not only in this but ixj that which is tc seven days old an astrologer is called upon to cast his He first gives a list of names that the child may and allows the parents to choose one of then drawing a set of hieroglyphics with chalk on a wooden he predicts the future of the which the relatives receive with i implicit faith and admiring This document is preserved among the family and often lias a marked influence on the Having attained the age of about seven the first religious ceremony is which makes the child an accountable and brings him into full fellowship of the faith of his The ceremony begins an ablution for The priest then invests him with the sacred and tying the cord around the he pronounces a and throws slices of perfumes and spices upon the This or sacred Is woven only by women of the priestly and is composed ot seventy-two white cotton the number emblematic of the seventy-two chapters of the a portion of the Should the child die before the performance of this ceremony his soul is supposed to return to Ahura from whom it as pure as when it entered the not having yet reached the age of moral is the usual time of though it is sometimes contracted grown-up To the of the bride and who make all the event is one of absorbing and is attended much ceremony and The Parsee women hold an honorable they are allowed to appear in to mingle in society and to them is given full of household out into the sea from the western part of Bombay Island rises Malabar a picturesque terraced to the and covered with tropical trees and shrubs and among which are scattered the luxurious homes of the more wealthy residents of both Indian and The summit of this hill commands a view of surpassing At its on the lies the seaside village of Breach on the left the city of. with its beautiful bay and harbor studded with rocky the blue water of the Arabian sea widening out in the distance on one side and the range of the Western Ghauts rising on the towering grandly to the height of six thousand feet and stretching along the line of the coast as far as the eye can in the midst of a garden of where the silence seems sacred and every suggestion is one of peaceful the Parsees have erected their or Houses of and the Towers of Silence in which they lay their In the largest with religious they kindled years ago the sacred being constantly fed with incense and fragrant is never allowed to go Parsees emphatically deny the common imputation that they worship declaring that they hold it not as but only as a symbol of Zoroaster taught that air and water should never be defiled by contact with putrefying but that the decaying particles of our bodies should be dissipated as rapidly as in such a. way that neither Earth nor the beings she nourishes should be in the slightest degree To the scarcely belongs the name of so peculiar are their Built of black granite and covered with white chunam stucco made of calcined they gleam among the luxuriant foliage like huge white cylinders of solid The largest of the five is about forty feet in and not more than twenty-five in The smallest and oldest was built by an ancestor of the Modi family more than hundred years when the Parsees first settled in and has been used only by his The second was erected in 1756, and the remaining three at intervals during the following quite apart from the others is a sixth square and here are brought the bodies of ostracized in death as in for their bones must not be allowed to touch those of good the iron gates which guard the entrance to garden is a notice that only Parsees are allowed to enter the sacred Could we pass beyond the gates and approach one of the we should find it to consist of solid masonry for some twelve or fifteen feet from the eave in the where a well six diameter leads down to subterranean chambers beneath the where are four drains crossing at and terminating in holes filled with Th ' top of this solid cylindrical structure is divided into seventy-two compartments or stone arranged in the their common which the divisions again we see i he sacred numbers threi and A narrow ridge ol stone separates them one from and each circle is divided next by a the smallest lying around the Leading from single door which admits the Nasa or from is another pathway crossing the others thus giving easy access to all the divi in the outer circle of which laid the bodies of in the seconi those of and in the third smallest those bf little Ris ing from this solid and join ing it in the same is a wall o parapet some ten feet also o stone covered with quite conceals the interior from view After the solemn ceremonies conse crating the towers to their special usq only the may all other persons ure forbidden to ap proach within thirty a. attendant that a Parsee can not a pries w sent who approaches the bet and repeats various texts from Zend-Avesta calculated to aflord con solation to the dying Prayers are also said for the forgiveness of his When he dies a funeral sermon is exhorting the friends of the deceased to live pure and holy lives that they may meet him in They are reminded that they must one day be called from this world to the presence of God to give a full account of their deeds and as they do know how soon that may be they are urged to prepare for and to meet it with a influence and friends have no avail in the next Those who desire to reach the eternal must spend their days here in holiness and and in doing good to their sermon lasts about an and concludes with the God have mercy on the body is brought down to the it was wrapped in a white sheet and placed upon all iron A dog is brought to gaze at the dead face of his master to drive away evil Several priests attend and repeat prayers for the repose of the soul of the departed and that it may safely reace its which it is supposed to do on the fourth day after The relatives and friends all bow low in token of and the clad in pure white garments are always furnished new for every raise the bier and bear the body from the while the mourners utter loud cries and Priests in full dress lead the in which are only the male friends and relatives of the are dressed in and walk two by each couple joined by holding a white handkerchief between the bearers reach the path leading to the door of the they place the bier upon the ground and uncover the face of the that the friends may take a last and all reverently after which the mourners turn and enter one of the and pray for the departed The bearers proceed to the and unlocking the carry their burden and quickly lay it uncovered in ane of the stone In two minutes they appear with the empty bier and white and is no sooner closed behind them than numerous that have been sitting almost motionless in on the edge of the swoop down upon the and in a few minutes return and lazily settle themselves having left nothing behind but a The on leaving the proceed to a building shaped like a huge where they bathe and change their bringing out their polluted funeral garb and casting it aside upon a receptacle of stone prepared for this None of these garments can leave the lest they cany contamination with skeleton is left to be bleached and washed by sun and and when three or four weeks have tho same bearers and with gloved hands and instruments like tongs drop the bones into their last resting the central The peculiar duties of the are considered so inseparable from forming a distinct they are compelled to quite apart from the rest of the and as a partial compensation for their isolation they are liberally paid for their Nebuchadnezzar's Entertained His August came to pass on a the great King having attended was aweary when he returned to the and his mind was disquieted within lay down upon his but sleep fled from his eyes and slumber from bis called bis and said unto sleep goeth from me. I pray tell me what to do that I may ere I hew thee into and make thy father's house a byword in this great city of the chamberlain's name was Hippo was sore and his knees smote and he said within shall I For I am in sore My master taketh in the town with the me to reduce the abnormal exaggeration of his he saith to Then he speaketh live I will bring unto thee the daily Babylon and read aloud the funny column So shalt thou be and thj sleep shall return unto thee Then spake sayest As 3 never read the it will be amusing to the having brought the began to horseman magnificently arrayed passed through this city this He was clothed in a suit of armor oi solid and his helmet of burnished gold was set with stones exceeding His was a priceless Arab of the purest On inquiry he was found to be a plumber oi come hither on his way home from his laughed oft have I been charmed by these plumber When yet a liltle my nurse did tell them to me But read the And Hippo aged man crawled slowly into the office of a Tigris street merchant and handed a letter to the chief and the chief clerk carried it to his said the in is a reply to a letter I sent by a messenger boy fifty year the man who brought I have now brought you the exclaimed in the messenger boy joke still How well I remember reading it in the of tiie I believe Noah told it But read columns of the will be open discussions on current but the editor will not hold himself responsible for the of AND Simple Methods Which Have Stood Successful is a very simple process. Almost any sweet if left exposed to the action of the atmosphere for a few will change to acetic An old recipe is as a mixture of one part of brown sugar by weight with seven parts of and some in a cask whose bung-hole is only slightly covered as by a piece of gauze pasted down to keep out for some weeks to the action of the atmosphere and Ths addition of a few vine leaves will hasten fermentation and improve the quality of the Vinegar makes much faster in summer than in winter unless kept in a heated method is to use potato a quantity of wash them till thoroughly then place in a large kettle and boil till Drain off the water straining if necessary in order to remove every particle of the Put this clean potato water in a clean which should be kept in a warm and add one pound of sugar to each ten quarts of and some hop In three or four weeks an excellent quality of vinegar If potatoes are scarce the water from each day's boiling for table use may be recipe which was tested in the editor's family last winter and found is to take one common field picked over and washed then put up in a pan or pail and cover with warm Let it stand on the back of a warm stove all In the when the stove is set the dish with the corn over the lire aud lot it boil several at least till the grains burst keeping the corn constantly covered with Then strain off the water and add to it till you have three To each gallon add three-quarters ot a pound of brown If you have a little that has formed on other vinegar add a little of that and set in a warm placo in open vessels or casks with the bungs In a few weeks you have good vinegar at a low E. A STRANGE Appearance of the Gigantic fish of the Indian the warm waters of the Indian Ocean a strange mariner is found thai has given rise to many curious tales among the natives of the coast They tell of a wonderful sail often seen in the calm seasons preceding the terrible hurricanes that course over those Not a breath then disturbs the the sea rises and falls like a vast sheet of suddenly the sail glistening with rich purple and golden hues and seemingly driven along by a mighty On it quivering and sparkling as if bedecked with but only to disappear as if by Many travelers had heard with unbelief the strange but one day the phantom craft actually appeared to the crew of an Indian and as it passed by under the stern of the the queer was seen to to a now known as the The sail was really an enormously developed dorsal fin that was over ten feet and was richly colored with blue and iridescent andas the fish swam along on or near the surface of the is great fin naturally waved to and so that from a distance it could easily be mistaken for a curious of these fishes attain a length of over twenty feet and have crescent-shaped and swordlike capable of doing great the Mediterranean a is found that also has a high but it does not equal the great of the Indian F. in St. Hippo damsel residing near the Sheep Gate was seen emerging from the front door a few mornings She carried a which she laid carefully on the do ye with the asked her she is that the iceman may have where to place our sup ply of exclaimed the grandfather was addicted to such pleasantries with the Lei us havo some Hippo saw thai his master was getting So he is in regard to $ and him in the act making a meal from said goat does I used tc read just such things when I was a in an almanac a thousand years preserved in my cabinet of What is the next one it for the possible jests or the mule and his ' hinder hoofs are eu raved on the obelisks of ancient are the others next of the base-ball umpires in a trilling and the lasf speaketh flippantly of a Hippo read none of them even as he fell into a deep from which he not awake until next day at eleven railroad H. in Lived by you ever iu were never arrested for you can't say that you never stole any I I thought In fact you have stolen a good make vour living bv Now don't the last three you hear of the A creditable indeed Quite You admit that you make your living by I belong to the I steal Uncle Phil Armour Salted a Two-Legged Phil Armour has a pleasant custom of buying a suit of clothes once a year for each of his office This year all but one of the boys visited a certain tailor on the South side and were measured for suits ranging in price from to The exception was a who scorned the selections made by his He wanted something gorgeous and After pawing over the fashion plates of the tailor he finally selected a piece of goods which would cost build into When the a few weeks sent his itemized into the big pork packer the latter made inquiries for the purpose of finding out whether this man with such aesthetic taste was really so unfortunate as to have to he at work in any of our Mr. Armour turning to one of his he works in the has he drawn his money for this not go get his salary and give it to and tell him I want to see the dude tripped up to the millionaire the latter cleared his throat and I like to have my clerks consider themselves on an equality with one In looking over the tailor's I find that you rate higher than the figures your colleagues place upon As 1 see no tangible proof of your great worth to this it gives me much satisfaction to present to you your month's salary together with my estimate of your dismissal from my I'm an expert on hogs and know how to salt are thinking seriously of establishing a poet's It will ba connected by a with the Free says means Now we understand why a windy harrangue is referred to as a spirited man must look up and be says an How can three plumbers working in the cellar and his wife poet has discovered that it is always summer and there is always a poet around to discover something that everybody always don't you want to buy an encyclopedia today? City do I want with such a thing? I'd break my the fyrst time I rode instructing his you zell a coat to a man vot vanta a dot's ven you zell a coat to a man vot don't vant a dot's my N. Y. editor with nine unmarried daughters was recently made justly indignant by the misconstruction his contemporaries put upon his able leader on Demand for More Peck's it is well enough to ba neat and tasteful in your but it is better to be more concerned as to the social set in which you move than about the set of your coat or Boston hate that exclaimed like to make his life you said her husband send the villain an invitation to your We'll torture one is said to have invented a substance that can be seen through more clearly than We don't know what it can be unless it is a man's excuse to his wife for not returning home before 2 a. Haven druggist has a parrot which he has taught to say a pretty whenever a young or enters his and they do say that a weak man can get into the store to buy a cigar on a fine there's a tramp sleeping in the Farmer's let him He won't disturb but he may have a nightmare ana get up and split it all I couldn't stand the Guess I'd better wake said a landlady to her new there's bad particularly always let the boarders know it before It may seem strange to but such things make a great difference in the eating in the course of a Y. GREAT an Miss who that verj homely young lady you were with this That was my beg ten thousand I ought to have noticed the great he wished an earthquake would j happen right then and Y. | curious law case is likely to result in from the theft committed by an elephant in being in the habit of rummaging the pockets of visitors for incautiously abstracted the of one of The and most of its contents were but two bank notes of fifty francs seem to have fallen a prey to the elephant's Unearned was blowing his tea to it off while Bobby regarded him with intense the the old you know that i is very impolite to stare at a person ii that responded said he was the biggest blower in town He can't blow any Y. Arithmetical Problem Which a toga 3Iaguate Failed to is one summer boarder at Saratoga if not of the social is in and has never failed to be present during the season for the past He is known as the old popcorn Men may come and men may and women but he apparently goes on He is and talks with a. and is as homely as a but clean and neat in his His voice is a cross between a sick cat a as it begins with tremendous but sinks into a dies in an exasperating His refrain is always the Nice h how much is your said a swell one nice he continued the much does a pint of pop-corn come to at a shilling a in own nice yelled the old day ho appeared at the door oi the Union Hotel just as a lady of severe social distinction was coming he yer he showed her a piece oi shingle on which a long sum was done in he said in a troubled heow much a oi comes to at t-t ten cents a Free You've got my cake and just run and tell Ma do no just bet she will when tell this she tole me I always mus your part. B. Graham and Lottie of to bul her parents said So Frank and Lottie went to the park and sat down i and waited till a friend brought a gy not for fear oi 1 attracting the of tho they joined 'the ceremony was the ister gave them some good advice and and the bride and the groom to Three oi days later Lottie's parents heard ol all this and told her to bring her husband home and be just as happy as she could Y. is the summer of it goeth before a Indian Game Which Has Become Popular in All Parts of the is no doubt that this game is of Indian It was first seen by Europeans when the French explored the territory along the St. Lawrence river and the great in the seventeenth Among the Algonquin Indians the game was not merely a but a training school for young and they played it on the grassy meadows in the summer and on the ice in They used a ball of stuffed and a bat like a hickory stick with a net of reindeer hide attached to the curved part of it. The best-known Indian name oi the game was Its present name was given to it by the Freinch settlers oi because of the similarity of the stick used in the in to a Bishop's Lacrosse was adopted as a game by tho white residents of Canada some forty years but it did gain much popularity till about 1860, when the Montreal Club was The game was first played in England m 1867, when a gentleman of Montreal took eighteen Indian of the Caughnawaga who played it before large The result was the organization of a number of Lacrosse clubs in England and and the game is now very popular It was first introduced the United States about three years later and the first club in this country was the Mohawk Lacrosse Club of N. Y. In 1879 the National Lacrosse Association was organized It would be in our brief to give any synopsis of the rules of the these must be learned from a book on the but we will outline briefly how tho game is There are twenty-four twelve on each with the captains necessarily two umpires and a The twenty-four players are each provided with a The two captains are not allowed to carry a their official work on the field being simply to the At each end of the field of play stands a consisting of two six feet high and six feet These goals must least 125 yards otherwise there is no restrictive rule on the length and with of the The Indians used a much larger field than any used in the game as adopted by white The which is of should weigh not over four ounces nor measure more than eight inches in The theory of the game is merely that each side strives to send the ball through the goal of the other and the side that does this the most times within a specified period wins the The players on each side stand at certain fixed The ball must not be handled in any it must be picked carried or thrown only by means of the This as now is a bent stick covered with years ago it wts the custom among farmers to keep their pigs over winter and fatten them the next They would sell them during the when they were from eighteen to twenty months at which time they were to weigh from 450 to 500 - Now it is found that a good spring can be made to weigh about 300 pounds the next if well cared for and and where this weight is reached it is plainly to bo seen which plan is the more The vounger the pig the less food it to make a pound of food that would be required for the older hog the second year can much more profitably be given to a younger as any farmer can find by trying the Livestock
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