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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1890, Salem, Ohio j THE DAILY NEWS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1890. LOCAL TEMPERATURE. The following are furnished by the thermoraetc-r and barometer nt Haw- kins' drug np to norm Read wants to-day. Couacil meeting to-night. A. J. Reynolds, of Alliftuce, was in the city last evening. Joseph Masters, of Wiuona, was in the city on business to-day. LATEST TELEQRAJtt C2TYNSWS. L'.iciile, At Grand Cj.era Edmund T'j-cy, >.f D-.ui-iscns, in town to-d y. Twentv-li.i: n at the Cr- inrr-llrainard f 1 n-tened a car load of fr e-.t-nii.g. Mrs. Cleiuciitiue Freed and daughters, Blanche and nio giifhts of A. W. Taylor mid wife of Garfield avr-r.uc. Dr. Snvoiy, of Philadelphia, arrived in town this morning find went to Wiuonn to the families of Hutton and J. Pen rose. Due of Street largo gray horio.s wa-, taken with conges live chilli last evening nud is very It is doubtful whether it will live. G. Spraguc, formerly of the L'niiin nfHce, thU ciU.aud faniilx sti'.l ic-sido here, is now telegraph operator in thb freight ollieo ut Alliance. Four a and a lot of harness taken an attachment as thu property of Ji-t-so Llovd, were sold at public auction ou by COJL-table Reed this after- noon. A shooting affray occuned at Kensington List evening. Paddy Flood shot George Grim iu the hip, indicting a dangerous wound. Domestic trouble is said to be the cause. It is said that a row occurred at the Buckeso works this forenoon between some of the officials of the company, iu which caues, brick-bats aud cuss words were used promiscuously. A piileut fire extinguisher exploded while being charged at the office of the null mill Ibis f.ireuoou, throwing the contents over th'ise engaged in the work, but fortunately injuring no one. Frank McKee returned last evening from Brooklyn, N. Y. These frequent visits of Frank's to the city of churches has aroused Specials to tSfe DAU.T Pound Gutlij-. NEW YOKE, Oct. Webster was found guilty of manslaughter in the first degree this morning. WINTER WEAR AT HAND! Au luhuiie HAOCE, Oct. The King of is hopelessly Hicli Murdered. YONKERS, Oct. 31. JftDies Eilgar, a rich Englishman, was found dead iu his. room at the Getty House here thib morning. Ii i-, thought that he was murdered. NOTICE. All persons wanting tickets for Robert Downing iii "The cau secure stiiiie nt Atchison's Hnt Store. The can- vass has> been postponed. 58-0 ALI.KX it .Vimisox, M'g'rs. Rubber Stamps ninde to order, C-iTSeleot and Stau'laid Oysters (solid meat) nud be-.t quality Cracker-, at S. Sox's. C-iTThe finest line of line China for deco- rating purposes ever -shown in Xalcm. now on exhibition ut S. D. AVil-ou's. Cull tin 1 see it. ClTFor Hard and Soft Vaughn, Bonsall Co. Coal call ou -32-53 is the latest Collar, for sale by J. Atchisou Son. 58-59 We are no'.v rc-viy to yon with .1 complete stock of the Newest Styles of SUITS, OVERCOATS, HATS, CAPS AND FURNISHING GOODS, AT MOSEY-SAV1SG TRICES. Don't postpone your buying. Early purchases are always -the moM satisfactory.-------------- "STDo you have the headache? Are you troubled with sleeplessness? Are you ner- vous? The Electric Headache Powders, sold at Phillips' Broadw Drug Store, will give you immediate relief. Warranted. Bros., Florists, High street.have a handsome supply of the most beautiful of and Chrysanthemums. CfThe celebrated Greentown Celery, always crisp and tender, at S GROVE Sox's. Orrercoa-ts! The most handsome line, the best filling and best made. Suits for Men, Youth's, Boy's and Children, in newest Worsted and prices lower than elsewhere, for inferior makes. be conducted by the Odd Fellows, of which order Mr. a inoinbei. Fred W. the popular clork at dr'ig was married last evening to a d-nighter of Jerome Stra1-- baugh, a prominent huxinosn man of Lee- touia. i Win. DeLouR, of Mansfield, stopped over last night in tlio city nUjliU returu fiom Hew York, to visit hw George M. Thomas, and left for Mansfield this morning. The most dejected, starved looking dug imaginable was perambulating ou Broad- way last evening. Jtrosouiblod the rooster as a trade-mark by Aultmnii it Tay- lor, the thresUer manufacturers. Rev. C. M. Oliphant, of Niles, who hns been preaching at the Disciple church for a couple of nights, will probably supply the pulpit after Rev. Craiublet shall have retired to go to his appointment Omaha, Neb. Alice wife of Harvey Mentzor, died last evening at her home nt No. IS Race street, aycd 23 ycnrs aud 7 months. The funeral will tnko place from the late residence to-morrow afternoon at2 o'clock. Mrs. was a member of the Disciple church. Clareure Hewitt, sou of S. J. Hewitt, ac- cidentally his bund iuto tho cog wheel of a food cu'.ti'r he operating at McCouuor's livery st.iblo hist ovouing. aud the index finger of tho baud was so badly mangled that it was neee.ssary to have it amputated at the second ji.int, which was diitio by CiMik and Thompson. The middle linger wi, lacerated, lull it is thought cau bo saved. Marshal .lohnson left for New Lisbon nt ten o'clock this forenoon in n cnrringe with the three young burglars Linken- s-tiue, AVnre and ulio robbed the store of Carr and W.G. Fa-JTcett. Tho boys nr? a tough locking crowd, and from appearances are almost to and waU-r. As tho cnrriage left town a suspicion that an attraction of more than ordinary interest exists. Vie await devel- opments. Emauuel Hawley aud wife, of Louisville, Ky., who have been visiting friends in this vicinity will return home on Monday. They are at the guests of Mrs. Hawley's sister, Mrs. W. J. Street, of Ellsworth stieet. A fair-sized audience greeted the Little Trixie Company at Concert Hall last even- ing. The acting by all the members of the company is said to have beou excellent, there being no weak characters iu the cast. The colored comedian of tho com- pany is away above par. Tho Stratton Carriage Co. have received within a few days ordeis for throe combi- nation carriages to be shipped to different points ia North Carolina, one to Milwau- kee, Wis.; four to Chicago; three to points in Ponnsylciniu nud one to Newmarket, W. Va. The proprietors report the outlook for the coming season's trade as unusually good. J. K. Stitt, who has charge of tho. tele- phone lines in this district, will begin to- moirow to string the wires to Wiuoua, and by Monday evening this city will be con- nected by telephone with that enterprising village. Next week Mr. Stttt will put in instrument" at Euou, Ea-t Palestine and New Waterfnrd, to which places tho wires are already up. A boy entered a feed store in the city to- day and asked for a basket of corn with which to celebrate Hollow E'en. The pro- prietor, with commendable good re- fuse 1 point blank to sell it, and gave the lad a lecture on the evils of scaring lone littering up lawns and ilestroy- ing property, that should at leo-st set the youth to thinking. The four-foot crossing, which is being pnt down on Main street at the postofHce is the only one of the kind in tho city, ami if in some respects an experiment. The are nwnllv ninde of two stones girls and other working girls of limited means, who want stylish dresses, made at a low price, will do well to call on Miss A. L. Woody, No. 10 Broadway; up stairs. All work gxiarauteed. "STThe "Malvem" is tho proper thing for a full dress Collar. J. ATUHISOS SON. DRESSED POULTRY. Orders left at the Express Office for dressed young chickens will receive prompt attention. t f-tf IMPORTANT NOTICE. Grate Setting, Chimney Topping, Man- tles Set and all kinds of job work clone iu the best manner by Mell Nusbaurn. Leave rders at T. L. Lease's grocery store. Is doing a bis; trade by offering none but reliable makes FldU U. and correct LOWEST PRICES! Do not forget that the GOLDFA1 EAGLE ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE is the place for you to come to look at WINTER CL -.i; SScrii-r. the ab >ut IS inches in width, bid a short dis- tance apnrt and tho spice filled in with cobble stone, and owing to extra amo-.m' of dressing required, cost fully as much a crossing of solid stone four feet wide. OfScer Tlosten returned from Fall-, lost evening with Charles Tnllis in chorge. The joaap mau was with the recent A To-cher> hardware He working in a nni in Ik-aver Falls, aad l-einj; denied all knowledge of hi? if nr o I her lover. M. T. their Th.- rf ,._ --gbt tkf Trf-.r.s; re J.v Thi< tie T tto o: fr. ia E. INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. Girl wanted for general house work iu the city, and one to go to the country. In- quire at No. 10 Broadway. 57-tf California Prunes. Jelly Cured Nectarines, Evaporated Peaches, New Cm rants, New Raisins, New Citron, New Currants, ftt S. GUOYE it SON'S. MCMILLAN'S 27 Main St. No need of going out of town, for cheap Wall Paper when prices are lower and styles -----better at home.----- Our Autumn Clearance Sale offers every induce- ment. Don't buy a roll of paper without us.----- -CALL ON- (Successor to M. Lee --------FOR-------- I hope by fair dealing to merit n share of the public patronage. New goods ar- riving daily. Goods delivered to any part of the Give me ft call and be con- vinced that I can sell you groceries as low as any house iu the city. e are ollVnug great in- ducements in all kinds of Ladies', Men's and Children's Ruber Goods and Men's Overcoats and Suits. FINK'S NICKI-L PLVTE. reut organ or piano. State tenus aud whereit can be Box 37. Salero. 5S-'2t J. W. LEASE, 25 Broadway. With Narrow Toe and Low Broad lied, all widths and 12.50! Wr Inquire of Mrs. Thos. Bousall. 5-1 Avc. nud ironing; will take homo or go out. 173 E. Fourth street A No. 1 agent for the holi- day trade. Apply after 6 p. ni.. at No. 7 We'st St ovGO F' The Unkewel! reM.lence ou _ Lincoln avenue. Iv.qnire of A. W. Tavlor. SH Ea'-t Main 57tf W. R. MONTGOMERY'S, STREET. Osciir Hively desires to inform the pnb- lic that he will continue to do repair work of all kinds at his shop on Depot street, Third Door from Main Street. BALL MAULE, IRON FOUNDERS, -----AND----- Manufacturers of Builder' and Plumbers' Supplies. General Job Casting.____ FOR FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS Af Lowest -CO TO- WXLTKS M. HOLE, N'o. 65 Fast Kara Si w borrow or on first-claw city property security. In- quire of R. G. Ileaton Co. GTtf FOR in good locality. Inquire at 13'.' E. St. girl to cerieral house- work. Call at F. W. Allison's. 11? E-irt High street, nenr Gartield Are. 55tf PR houw. good well; soft water. Ic.psre of H. GRAND OPERA ALLEN ATCHISON .MANAGERS NIGHTS 1 -----COMMENCING----- TUESDAY EV'G, OCT. 28. French. -60 FOi: KENT-- New cm E. Fourth Tnoiire pf H. H. KeitzolL Depot r 6IBEL GOEDOV i GIBHEY Comedy Co., In a Repertoire of New Plays. a ia j-ieasast order as to elicit ppp" a-. tiot: tbe ftudienct. we o- we a IZ.-.T.I- not if Theo' CiTTry the new "Jtalvem" Collar. J. _ Atcbison A Son's. is a slroTig oae an-' oailj growsac j ia f-opnlaritr with people. Oranges. Grapes. tae po-erfnl tcelodraiua. wiil' D.ites Figs be presented. 5. GSOTX W r ANTED- o. 6 Hill Cail ai this witliro fosr or of Inquire of Geo. M. Thomas. SI Main rtrwt TO-NIGHT, The FcAverfui Meiodraraa, 'LUCILLE' Eegant Band and Solo Orchestra. ifil The bail passes from the "pitcher's "box" over the plate" and is then rapped out into the field and is actuau.y lielded by the with, various results folio-wing, co-- formii.o precisely with the professional game as playea. No cards, no dice, no dials, simply ball as played e very aa.v. Reintdy Imown for Tbrcwt Lnnc Price 25c per bottle. For by JOBS Hrxr. 57-69 Bcdnced Prices: Gallery. I5c. Circle and Balcony. 25c. parquet, 35c. Concert every Afternoon and iag. WACHTER'S BASE BALL GAME, PRICE HAWLEY'S BOOK STORE 13 BROADWAY. TIDDLEDY FUNMEST GAME OUT-
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