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   Hopewell Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1892, Hopewell, New Jersey                               VOL. XIX. N. NOVEMBER 30. 1892. NO. 5. Personals. Sadie Ege ts home from Cornell N. Y. Jennie Van of New visited llopowell friends last week. returned on Sat- urday from a week's visit to Plain- A. W. of Prince- made a abort visit to A. S. Cook'e on Sunday. 0. of has been speeding a week with liis par- CD near the village. Lizzie Cook returned last from a three weeks visit in Jersey New York and Roso- ville. C. spent Thanks- giving ai.il the remainder of the week with his brother and sister at Philadelphia. of has returned home after a five weeks' visit at his grand- pa Lcotm of Miss Serena of and Miss Emma of hare been visiting Mits Lnura Stout. Ada of n former pupil of Miss Boggs's was married Nov. 10t to Mr. Armstrong of that place. Will of Fletu- i tig nnd Edward S. of the University of and Miss Etta of Fort spent Thanksgiving nt their Dr. E. P. Hawkc. and lira. Thos. D. of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walter Miss Anna of New Mr. and Itichard Daitey and of Copper and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pitteugcr and Mrs. Mnlindn of spent Thanksgiving day nt JoKeph E. LeighV citro The reason we sell the best dia- tnoudi or anything else in our line nt such low prices is because we do not purchu.se our on long but buy in large quantities for spot cash and make it a study when nnd how to purchase. For want of space we only make a few quotations. A sterling silver Stick Vln........ IGc. ThobMtmnktiJllarmClocks......Itfc. A fine enamel eight day Iron Clock 3-150 A fine enamel fullfllxc Parlor Clock 6.73 A heavy solid cold Itlng. with gen- nlno diamond...................2.0y A most artistically designed eter- lino silver Souvenir Spoon...... 1.2D A eofid gold pair Hiding JJowSpec- wltli your eyes examined free by an OCULIST............. GjOO It will be interesting lo our pa- trons and visitors to the City to inspect our exquisite stock of Racing Watches and Art Jewelcry. MORRIS DiaiDond Merchant and Cor. Sts. N. J. Electric can pass the door. TOR SALE. Property on Columbia avenue con- listing of G-room good cow stable And hen house. Good gar- fruit and grapes. Lot W acre. Terms easy. S. VAN Vine. Local Jottings. is mom plentiful. war for public sale bills. lino of new goods at Ulack- well's. is the first day of winter. three weeks and three days to Christmas. W. Morrcll has a line as- sortment of canned goods. bargains in dress goods go lo Blackwell's. brand new baby girl haw come to the homo of Will II. Hurl. box sociable will lie held by flopewell No. Jr. 0. U. A. on Monday Dec. lamps for table brat in the world. U. DEJIKE pair of gloves. Call at this prove property and pny charges. butter and eggs to Ely Pennington. services will be b eld in both the Calvary Baptist and Prcsbjleriau churches next Sunday. eky hns been full of shoot- ing stnrs for several the astronomers by tho proximity of the comet. was a iu I lope well. Its nmin observance cuiiBislrd in a slaughter of the inno- cent turkeys and chickens. fresh ejrgs will get a good warm at Ely Pen- ningtoii. aunu.il Christmas enter- tainment at the Calvary Baptist church will be held on Friday the firoz. D. S. Mulhern is receiving the congratulations of friends over the advent of a son in his fam- ily. Mother and child arc doing well. Savjdge will sell nud dairy liitures at hit Mount N. on Dec. at 10 a. m. seasonable goods nt lowest prices go Black well's. the carpet man- ii putting up a building near the corner of Main street and Greenwood for the business. shirt factory started up Monday morning. It is heated by steam and lighted by and makes a very pleasant work fill op. More linnds are needed. new dress goods at Uluck- wcH'a arc attractive both in quality and price. horse wnr Iwrtvillc. Owner may have it by calling at this proving prop- and paying for this advertise- ment. Ely joti can get 1 winter suit of 1 1 pair BUS 1 heavy under 1 heavy pair 1 necktie nnd 1 pair 1 pair half 1 white dress shirt executor of John will sell per- sonal property of said nt Inn late residence on Greenwood N. J.f oc Tues- Dec. nt 1 P. M. It. the genial engineer at Fiuncy Fetter's steam has earned the proud title of It occurred on Thursday night and is a line boy. We extend our hearty and wishes for many happy returns of the we meant to long life and prosperity. That Boy. It is probably pretty well known around town by this time that we have n boy at our house. The in- teresting event occurred on Friday and mother and child are both doing nicely. Competent among whom is are cooRdent that he is tho finest boy of the crop of and it's a great year fir too. He weighed ten pounds at which wo claim to be pretty good fur tho first. He may bo variously referred to as u to the or n ucw edition of yo re- vised and corrected by the author. The names already suggested by mauy of our friends shall have our distinguished but we have decided to defer the selection of a cognomen until the returns ant all in. our family has been almost doubled by this manifestation of Providential solic- the HXIIA'LD will still remain tho nominal sum of dollar a year. And now is tho time to scrilje. A Mod Doff Scant. Early one morning last week n gentleman who lives not n thousand from upon going to IIH barn mis horror stricken to Iwhuld by the dim twilight nf lantern u dog suffering from hydro- phobia ing under the hovel. The fearful idea suddenly struck that tlio tlmt oil of hit live- stock had been and he too might become a victim to the rabid animal. Ik' therefore lost no time in arming himself with a pitch fork and such other farming untetisils as be could cjuickly get hold and proceeded to commence hostilities. The fight ended in first round in which the animal saved its life by crying for mercy in ita usual barnyard langimjre. Ufa wife nhen lie came lo the that ho had either Lit ten by a mad or terribly frightened. The drouth ia a thing of the past. The big rain nnd high water took away Mr. ParkhiU'tt foot-log on the 12th inst. So now we cannot cross the creek without boots. and stalk hauling w nbonl done in this vicinity. The fields havo n fair appearance. The Sunday nfUTIIDOII are still continued in the Kchool conducted by the students from the IVnuington at three o'clock. Also the Tuesday evening prayer meetings. Tltankngiving day very quietly in this the people being very thankful for the recent rains as well 01 the many other blessings received during the past year. ___________________ Lawrencevtlto. Picreon had four turkeys killed by dogs on Friday last The dogs belonged to Itobt. Smith and and were caught in the act by Thomas Stout who shot at but Thomas not being a very good marksman only slightly wounded them. As these dogs nre knowii to old ofTendcra thew par- ties will probably be asked to pay tho nendrickaon'a wife present- ed him with a daughter on Tuesday last. The Ladies' Mission Band will be held at the session room on Satur- day at 8 o'clock. A social dance was held nt the residence of Patrick Coffee on Sat- urday evening. Several of tlie young ladies were dressed in red and blue for the occasion. John Kurni and MissTillie Ilondford lead off with the dancing. Those that attended were Misses Nellie Katie Anna Jacob Tilton and 0. Ulnke and Miss Annie J. and M. Coffee. Albert Wm. Edward Wm. Hunt. All had a good time and enjoyed Edward Hunt rode a wheel to As- bury Park and returned last week. The trip tliero was made in 7 hours including stops. Lost Thursday Mm. Elizabeth Van an old aged 01 who resides with her daugh- Mrs. John fell from a chair and broke her liy. This is very unfortunate for her as she could hardly cct around and now she bna to lie in bed. Wm. Sinclair him n new lump and oyster sign together tit front of Ins restaurant. The regular monthly meeting of the FYntiington 1'iru Co. will be huld thU Thursday evening nt 7.30. Thcro will bn im i tor tail t business transact. Our lamp lighter furgeU to light the lamp on tho corner of Railroad and Green uvcnties. This ia an im- portant spot and should be always even if it n moonlight. Will MatlicwtT little bull died Saturday night. 1 he cause is unknown but they think poison had something to do with it. Any who is mean enough to feed u poor little harmless Jog poison ought tn HOIIIO them selves. The public school children are making preparations for an enter- tainment which they will gne some time in the near future. S. IX Irviti has hod a new pave- ment laid in front of one of his prop- erties on Main which whit greatly to the appearance of the am fimvlui'Ml of the merits or iiod'sxirsiip.iiiJlJi. after hating tikwi tuit a few ilositT-Uils Is wlut many llc Tbo Holidays at Hopowoll Pbar- inacy. Itcforc nialtltiK your holiday purclias- cull at HiilMJtttjll riiariiuicy. Among all iiretty ami iifM-ful Uilnes you cannot latl to ilml tiroiirlntufortliutiirtssetit. Jlimh lollrt tiilti-t Biwipa. clslit vtiric of perfuim-s. ulilsk ttc etc. Toko Nottco. On and after Tlinrwlajr. DrarmlxT 1. our lieaUmnuit sit 1'ler- ojiiMisitc the Hone well. Kvery Fnah FIsli and at bottom prices. All orders promptly tilled. NoCldiT. Choice line of tobacco and ctgara. lMON LKIG1L HOW'B We offer One Hundred Dollars ward for any case uf Catarrh that can- not be cun-d by Hairs Catarrh Cure. O. Wcthcnnilcrelfrncd. have known T. J. Chcnt-y for the last IS and be- IteTe him perfectly honorabloln all bus- inns transactions nud financially able lo carry out any oMIcallous made by their lirrn. West Trunx. WholesaJu Toll-do. Kin- nan AVhoIcsalo Toh-do. JIMl's Catarrb Cure Is taken Intern- ncttnfr UirKtly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the TJC. per Sold by all Tw tin onlab free. SPECIAL NOTICES. Fon Front 3QnovCwp II. D.SUTPIIIN. Sftusnge chopped at the old itand by S. Sunovtt X. J. Ton A eood liurse. fearless of nnd suitable for n Inriy to for a heavy draught fearless of itenni. K. SniVE. 30nov2 Titusvlllc.N..T. Drug btoru for rent Iu Cook's lllock. JNO. S. VAN 1'igB for to A. D. J. A few choke Plymouth roosttin. 23 Sw J. I.. lYiinlugloii. X. J. FAIDI FOK MtnatL-U In Hope- well township. 1 mile south of Hope- well. consisting of Id -I5-HO acres of laud. It Is sltLntt-d and la In a good state uf cultivation. 400 npplo and 00 Iu prime of bearing. Uood buildings and and plenty of water. HUITTOK HILL. Hog scaldcr for SI. N. J. Cows run on suit conmitltd Gixmct SAVIDOC. mlOtf Mount N. I'lenon's Conquering Liniment for sale by Joseph I'ferstn. I-'AIIJI I'ontnlnlng about lit Bituntctl mi the Valley lending frnni Moore's on tlio ItvMJero Division onii.-f. It. lo iibotit a miles front TltuBvllle nud 1C mlnules walk from tlie nil Irotul tfcil ICncreaarellood- land and the res. In poml con- dition. There la nl so a pood meadow at a vourifr njijile orclmrd of 3UO and n joime peiv-li oielmrJ of butb oi u hit li .ire juat coming In bearlnp. The liiutl it in a good elate of cultivation mul h welt HulIJ- nnd there of them. Anvmio wUlilnc to view the lie thu br ciillmg on Clias. rt'sldlng the or Amos ne.tr by. X.iM'v V. mnm Failing Sight EYES Pain in and over the bltiring of print and dimness of vision effectually relieved. Satisfaction Guaranteed BEST SPECS. AT AFLEGATE'S COR STATE AMD WARREN N. 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