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   Hopewell Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1892, Hopewell, New Jersey                               I VOL. XVIIL IST. J. JANUARY 1892. Local Jottings. The days ure gel ting much loo'gor. BDOW for coast- ing parties danger of another ito futn- irie protra a puce. Tbo Cliila Ktttation ewms to have cteti to the westlier. Lamp wicki dtppcit in Yiocgnr nnd ttricd before usiog will notsmtll. Most of the Hopcwellilos who 1tavc been down with thu grip arc on tlic tnentl. Mrs. Mary ot has been spending a couple of weeks with HopcvcU friends. House plantfl thrive best in n room whero the temperature is about Some of our citizens arc wait- ing for Hie BUD to help them clean their wide walks of snow. Mr. 11. A. HonKlunil filippi-J and fell heavily on a piece of ico lit his residence last and U LOIIH hiii heun scri ly nick for and in con- tKKjticncu thorcof IIHS sold htM tnilk route to J. iMrymplc. Mr. Scudder was tsilien with the pip while veiling in TR-M- ton a coujilc of und WON only 'Mv to return on Sutnnlav. A Itjbin is a new name for u dunritin club which meets alternately ut the hoirt-s of I item hern. il. W. Hoppoek ami family have been visiting for witnc duys with relatives ut anil old suying I but the Jays begin to ll.e tohl tfin to tit docs Dot ultvays hold no vs. Uutfl iifnntl to lianil in piTitmHl ileia-t. luiu'tt't to run tiroutid from to and ctilh-ct and llarie have returned 1m me from lnin New t'rook- lyn and .ler-ey has junt it full line of ci'lehrated Ware to his aliviidv eiUitMvi' stock. for C.ill and Tlic Krip Lukliil Mrn. Ktitf liixson nhile nn country Home and tthu bus just iv- coviiied hiiflteifiitly to return linine. Editor llurturll li.nl I lit- iiU-.ts- ttrc of calling und Mb. James tluch.inan at on Thursday. Master I'nil win of IV'ter of nud broke hii while on SloulV mill Friday L'flertimni. A n umber to whom wo have gent rciently Imvc not yet re- mitted. utlcnd to it ut We tired the monoy tioir. Intent has been made for Elder of to prvaeh in the School liuptist church Momlay Fchrunry at 7 o'clock. There has Wen a slight chntigc in the weather since some of thwc locals were written. It wns plenty cold enough for comfort yesterday morning. Presbyterian congregation Till build a parsonage for their pas- tor- The subscription books arc now open and the money is rapidly being raised. friends in report fine deigning there for the past two with Iho tnercnry in tho meantime anywhere from to thirty-five below zero. Bayard Drake anil of is apritdiugufew days with J. M. Dalrymplu und family. They Imvo hutli heeti Hick with'tlie but are now- conva- lescent. your tuwn immediately if you do not wish to published HH a delinquent. The nnnnnof thede- linqtients will be placed in the hands of the printer by tlie Com- mittee next week. Some oE the of tlie S. E. nttemled a dance giv- en by Hie Jersey City Athletic As- sociation mid very hospitably entertained Mr. and Mrs. K. S. at their elegant residence on Summit Ate. wife of Klder Win. of death was announced hid followed tier husband to the She sur- vm-d liitn only four Klder was a brother to .1. Paring tun and Miss Ada Quint of place. M. S. of will hold their regular meeting on Saturday f Feb. 7 o'clock t-ii.irji. All brethren desip- otii of attending meattiiiment should be prcwjiit and get I be p.iss. I'ltr.D dipt. A. U. Francis who wns imnoii to preach in the Itrk'k was imahlu owing to the wvcre stckne-s of a ct siekness he w.is apprised Mini after nnd which n crepitated hii i mined ml dqwlwro Wne. Kldi'T ton preached instead. Charli'H S.ividge il'iil at tho rffidence of her in on and wiw lairicil on Kldi-r I'lirmg- tnii prenehing the Mr. who is well known in lii-iiig it Iirutliur to our fel- low Itielunl and Van and IMW the stmp.i- tlivofatl. Mary vu'doiv of tin- latt- .lobn A. Jifil ut an Itniir Ihii at nn advanced ny Tint the grip. was primary of death. MM. Moore highly respected an J will Ue nuieli m'wi-d in tin1 com mnnity. iilie wan tin- mother of S. .Moore. and MM. Hartttvll and 11. ViKjrl.i'e-Tof this plsicc. Tin- friends arc invitnl to at- Iclid the fin nn .l.itu I lie II at thrO. S. It. chinch. On Wrilin-Jav fiMiinjj tliirly-llirec iiiemlnTs of tun No. Orii'luil Jr. A. of and a number from Somi-rville and Hound Ilronk. came to llopi well mid in-lilnti-d a Court ofO. in lUpeuidl Council. EigbWn persons were and thu Court duly in-diluted and the ollicers elect ed. Tlw lady fnVmN of the Council prepared an excellent collutimt to cheer ami refresh the af ter their arduous laliois incident to traveling in And we may here remark thnt the ladies have the thanks of nil who were in any way interested. After lliero wns some ejcel- lent ringing by Iho Washington QleeClnb.anil WTcral good which occupied the lime tilK Jio ar- riral of the train which boro the visitors to their homes. Correction. In the HwuUMif the St'th tn a tin- name 'tiled-Ilanmtb W. Tindall llnnnah W. Yard. APoUUcoTprophet. of tllisi town btw tie- in rliis tiilicu three Hfiiled f n- conteiiti of ftltkh are No. Tlie noniinrej of IheN.i- tintml Itrpuhlicnn party. No. '2. Tho norniuifs of the tional Democratic party. No. Tlw- rwutt the elect und the majorities thti snccesiftil candidate reef Jte in two Stutta. j No. 1 w to be opened the next uv after the Republican convention. 2thencitday after the Dem- ocratic und No. tin1 thinl dny following the election. These envelopes worn t-culcd New unJ Jt will be interesl- itiir known whether the predic- tions are OdnrUruvr. John Flock bun been seriously ill. At report he was making flow imnrovuitictu. Grace Man'tera nnd Miss Jennie Conner a very pleasant time at Mrs. Clina. Lawrence's hiit Sututdny uflernoon. An aged citi7vn nf this per- sonally Mr. fieo. difd at hii residence last Saturday lie had beon cit'k n long wlii.o und was a ffvnl sn Etlwml Stout und iicittitig are n vinit wtlb t-mh at Mm Ella Stout is visitittfi her sister. MM. I. at Ilileyville. During the past tveclc coasting K ling has been thu young cnpc'it enjoyment. Mr. nnd fleo.. of llocky fjicnl Stind.iy at It. S. IietghV accompanied them home und will remain a iveik. bating on the school last week. the jnnicr elerk who ul- xie.irt a hnwil Hati fill ut luiy of ing. rcporliT in reiVtid to the breaking in of lliirk's in nolhtng ua-i ntoleu. r of M in the i-ehool infirmery willi the nii'jwh. Jai'oh Tilton has Iwen wrest with the grip the p.ist few days. S.i u me I an colonil i-i MTV tvith the grip and lie.irt I'rof. ll.ijiinmil and IVof. .l.imi- all at the 4--.ii iti room on Hatnrday even- fur the lietieiit of the young n tulitiC loom. WiNon and S. are at Trenton. H I'iiillip vi-iU-d his lieurgr near Vilsvilli'. l.iM SuuiLiy. ISerth-i M. hecn il.- vivk lint in improving. 1'iavtT mei-ling this at Mr. ei I s. D. J. Itiai iClVi-11 hrt-ii xery stick willi tin1 grip tntl is n'fovcring. Wtn. It. Hart bt-cn to thu several d.nx Ilie The entfirlMinnient given at the school house last Friday evening by Downs and Gassa way's I'nrlor niini- was very well and U highly etidurvil by thoie whu had the pi c n5 tire of attending. Misc CE.WO V. Voorhccfl spent n few days with her Miss Cyn- thia M. last week. Alex Ditrvca ha.i confined to tho house by nicknm but is improv- ing nt present Spencer Whitloctc ntid wife nnd lira. A. M. Whitloclc were guests of Mra. V. Van of last Thursday. was bchl at the residence of Win. H. Terhanc lint_____ evening. Tin1 man-iaers were S. Jv iwr mid P. S. floiwl nnthic furnished by Trenton in D. C. hao been with relatives in rV.vitkfonl. iv K. flociuMo will held at th niut'nr Mm. A. ill with the News it cuts rather A pleasing cvont look place ut tlie of Mr. and Mrs. on Thursday Mil1 occasion Ing Hie iti-tlding reception of Ilieir Itlelianl utnl bride. Owing tn a mini IHT tlm iuviitil were iiinihlc to but wlio were fmtnnate enough tn prvM'iit MI-IP f.ivnred uhh u imnt tllJJliyallte TIlC gllt-ntS were HIV neigliltoM and friends of in only it relatives pnnwnf. A collation ony nf. A W.M prewired ntril tt licitutiftil of tempting viamN wni very Jiberal- sened. cui'ij'any t.inu-d im- t'll luti- in evening and d.-p.irU-d. leaving Ix-liind llii-tn Ilieir wishes for the liipnmesH of the young couple and full .ippivcialioii of the Idiiilnvii of tlnir host and hi -i family. Mm.J.S Mrs H. V. It. C.iv. JItM ami Mary U'ihim are on tins hi tit Hit id Tlw regnhr iiftKhlmrhonil prayer mee-ling will IK- held lit tlic M'hool oil I'YIday uveniatf of uok nt 7 iM-louk to which ull lire Alosauken. Mrs. Hiram L. Fislirr ILHS Wn wci'li. at tier father's. Wild liis to nee hike attaint ii of such tiling us IVtiridi'iiru IhriHVS in his Frank Tit in some 15 of it f rJiu IIH tuu.i Ion' the ivci'k. As itrnii i-carce wi- Minn1 ilciiH It.iti'U'il in by U'liilc Mttnc iif tlii' itctiM may hiivt' tbr r.iu n-niiri' the of llir- that Al. ucll. hut Ilk'1 ttiwon Unit slicd Imrrrlt of it is u Icilut with linn. Fur wiIis oiicap or I'urhunrtc lor of t'.iul DIM- I'-rry ultil IHVH H-.I-I iii Utrm.ir.l to ferry lln- stiii-k In itml oiil. Tor I'jill on or iitliln-vt in tar- ul Ali'x.iu'icu. W.'i.Otl llcivjnl.- I uill ptt- the nlnnr ffivuril in to unv tnc IH in v.hiTi- I oUlniii wt It f fil Htucli of l-ti-.in'ily i.iiil li'ive Wn in for- mation of til'- trl it itn- fur Htt- firiliii.iry Itu-uil Id wiiid-r MM-IHI. 1 tim not I foitiul otiinii mill t -o in of tin1 luiwci tliut oR in rmntt- tinii. I hiivi- iiH.il vvintl with inS Hie I found relief in tliu following tnko long stuff nhort stuff nnd in iviiter until a thick H fuunJ. tuasjioonfnl ercry hour. SPECIAL NOTICES. Foil HKST ono hund- red and tlfty-foitr ncro farm located In I'leiuant Valley. tii John Ittinl. tiirther Infottiiatloiiapuly cr write tn Jons rcnntngton.'K. J. unlt- otila and KO posta. fhoit- nut and ot ft shndo lew tuan tho mwket price. J. C. H. Wllnou. RlWT.-A M of WnrmtoriMiI. u l.ugv huiistt IB tiioma np a fiwO stml bam. waeon sird a MuckBiiiltli nuil wliirlurlglit cliuji. all in nnler. Tim Is on the rrad from Mount I tow to Jtotedale. ntid la a Rood to N.J. Yocit DIP mo of r.jtK IVillpre- its ptMHl tin new for vi-qr. 1 am 1 mulsh the lutt of tra- timoni.ils if Family Addles IV. 1. I'rojini tur for iluni'r N. J. B.I 1 11. Cut ItiU'rls tin txstcctf proJucltig tuods. cents per 111. Hi M.IIIMI I.oifl ion Union street. N. J. one- dol- litr front foot. H Wll.F.DltAKB. Tnrm for rrnt In Tltitevlllp. 3f. J. ji.nt Ifitbrs Initflrc on tlm premlecs of Mn.i. If. S. llrower. .Foil SAI.K on 110-wro in knoun iih the. I'i ti r Jlitldwln funn near N.J. or clivap. cilra fasy trims a bra i ill-tie plnno box aide. bnr.ltuei- ndiher patent- wheel M. tf Oysters can now lie Imil at lieail'0 on Main BtrHl. Orders aollclt- inl and ilelixen.il miywhere In tho ni-t tiaM for oats and liny. TtiormiijUliieitAlitiTiit-ycimttanOcalTCS of alwajft for lo Fissrv k N.J OVSTIIUM Ib'tlitorii ml JiiKlvlni oill t an I.nmtSf JIIAI li til. Hmn-lli.l HTIlHlil. Atnl 1 ullt i In In ll 1-h. An.l ivu vlll It In 11 .'1 niif i M fMl. TOE STEWART AFFORDS THL VERY DCST FA- CILITIES FOR ACQUIRING THOROUGH INSTnUC- TIOW in THE mm ITS IM lut in nn k in thof- i.t. 4G7 1 SCIIOUL Ttf.U BEC1NS ilfl. 111. tar I 1-or.MdH TRENTON. GOLD SPI-JS GOLP STEEL FRAMES. AT APLEGATE'S OPTICAL STATE AMD WAKKEK N. .1. Failing Sight FREVEKfECI pain in an over the eyes effectually relieved. SPECTACLES to suit alt at APPLEGATE'S Optical Stato and Warren VM wy -1-i-J   

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