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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE DAILY NEWS. s e III III ii! WEDNESDAY, XoVIlMKOJ 12, 1S90. LOCAL TEMPERATURE. g an.- furnished by the Haw- b" drtu- J to-duy: TU21.MOMETEE. 6 P. 1C. 7 A. Notice change in Moff's ad. Additional local uij the 2d page. ilorrio Shriver was at Alliance even- ing. Dr. Clark aud Ii. I'. Trimble v.ent gnn- niug to-day. Will Lujituii U.U. lo a tr it pencil sketch uf Cariili.-. A. M. I'lack, of I'itt-burg, is circulating among hi-> cu.-toiLiers to-duy. Albert Vasinyuu aii.l brother have pur- chft-ed the mill at The Ladies -A Mi to all their ol 1 A, 11. SIIMT'S ou Thursday AV. K. csty. J. T..It-it A. f C J. l.f OU busim-1-. TbeCih ;j..! a G. 1'. t-i l'i-aver business thi- in'Tunr-. in-day oil ii! the cit d of wns iii tbo lil, Pa., mns, is visiting A. city ychtenlny diaries Day and family romoved to-dai from to Sixth -tii.-et. Mih- l..-n u-tnriK.-d from i visit to h'.i inutlu-i, lit O. Kdwiird i.f C.ii i fid is visiting hii MHI> in thi- oty to-day. Curpoiul TaiUM r v. l.-i-tnieat iheOprra Uoufce ou Wediitiday Nuv. J'Jtb. Mrs. Win. 1) of 1'iiidlay, is friunds iu the ciU. Shu foiiui-ily here. Ii. IJnuich wont to to-day where he will a few days visiting his parents. Sirs. W. Oray, of 1'ali her daughter, Mrs. OM-HC linker, of West Fifth street. Miss Jessie Bakor, of Now Garden, is vis- iting her sister Mrs. A. w. Taylor, of Gar- field avenue. Miss Auuie Bates, of West llaiu street, lias returned from a visit to friuiuls iu Gosheu township. C. H. Phillips and wifu, of Allegheny, ate guests of A. H. Stockton and wife, of the Greiner-Brainard. Mrs. J. Wilcox, of West Green street, went to Yoiuigstown to-day to attend the funeral of Henry LI luvitntiuns have beun in.iiied for u ball to bo given by the bnso ball bovs at Armory Hail on Hut'iribiy (iMMiini; next. Tlio triibluij-i of Uiu M. 1J. Clniic.li have purchased O. V. LOHSI-'H pi-Dpurty on Lin- coln avenue to be us ,1 Mrs. Frances K'ikbritip and da'ighter, Frances, loft this inonungfor OilUity, 1'a., where thoy expect to spond thu winter relatives. Leonard au> at jiresent ill doing the plumbing, steam and 1H- tiug iu Joel Sharp's losidrnco ou Frauklin avenue. We are ic-quested to call tlio attention of the proprietors of tbo Grand Opera House to tbo necessity <-f a pair of storm doors in the entrance to the opera honse. There will bo a jegular mooting of the Y'a iu Uanuouy Hall ou Thursday ovouing at o'clock. A full attendance is de- sired as important business on hands. Mrs. Nathan B. Watson nnd son. Warren, of Campbellsville, Ky., will arrive in the city to-iuurrow and will imtko IhU their fu- ture homo. Mr. Watson is expected to ar- rive in about six weeks. Charles L. Marines died last evening at 7 o'clock of typhoid fovor, aged 20 yenrs. Tho funeral lal.f furc- nt 10 oVliM-K, f n mi tlu  of High street of tlio I-'IIIMM! bv a LJ-UIL; .-if boy-. rinuui i bellviunl coin- i.-iitling "tht-r TliK -himli! not be. i'mx-nl.- sh-nild see that, tln-ir bins nro indoors, or at least that they are not disturbing their ncighburs. Lydia Evans died last evening nt -1 funeral will place on Friday, at V> o a. ui., at tbu ri'-idemv uf her son,   The party on Seventh wl.o retire1 without drawing the blinds down, ihoulc. be u little more careful in the future. A "Spider Web" social will bo held in tho M. E. Church on Tue-day evening All are cordially iuiited to be pres- next. cut. David M. Carey and family, of Dotroitj Mich., will arrive here on u v it to relatives and friends. Mr. Carey it. on tlie staff of the Detroit 3'wn. Trotters WiKon had 011 exhibition in one of their windows a twenty-four pound dif-sed turkey. vsero iiiforiiied it was for the Ooii-as Society's dinner ou Thurs- day. John Moff, who was arrested ou Monday inrgud with Hulling liquor to a minor, and whoso trial was set for Saturday, appeared at the Mayor's office this forenoon and entered a plea of guilty, and was lined including costs. Win. Lurcaw'H daughter, Viola, aud son, Joshuu, who have boon very hick for sev- eral weeks with typhoid fever, are both re- ported bettor to-day, with prospects of re- covery, although for a time their lives were despaired of. Another son, William, it i.-i thought is taking the fever. A letter- has been received by E. L. Stanley, of i'enu street, announcing the safe arrival in California of his brother-in- law, E. Coppnck, forme; ly of Damascus. Mrs. Coppock, who is in very feeble health, stood the long trip remarkably well, aud ,he entire family are well pleased with ,heir new homo. Matter for the manufacturers' and busi- ness mous' edition of Hie NEWS i.s being Collected at a fair rate, aud we aro now en- couraged to believo that we shall be to uako a good showing for the city. All that a necessary now is to organize aud gel a working fund in order to trot tho attention jf outside enterprise, and to push a new into and Ihioiigli our fuel fields. Out us have no more "old but new aud lively. Havo you seen the Vase and Hanging 'jumps at Trimble Bros.' 1'nig HOIIKO? L'hisy lead in stylos and prices. JUST LOOK THIS WAY! They are coming 0111 way, and for rt inntod time wo will make von the follow- ng prices: pounds Granulated Sugar......81.OU A NEW BAILBOAD 1 M> Proposition to Aft ITpou. To CitiztTie "f Stkm and ritinity: I am authorized by a syndicate of re- sponsible men tu hereby make the follow- ing propositic-u, to wit: I If the of Salem and vicinity will pledge by fohujuk to be paid over to a company duly incorpo rated the laws ot Ohio, iu inonthl of ten per cent, of said sub scription, ai herein stipulated; al-o autee the right of way within the tion of the city of Salem with ample ground for .-tation and van within said city, free to such company saiil imt in-tiillment of in jier cent, to b due and payable ou January 1, Ife'.U, an. monthly thereafter as aforesaid, then sai< company will bind itself to build and ope rate a standard gauge railroad from Sa'.ein to connect with the N. i'. 1'. A O It. Wushiugtouville or some point north therefrom, the route to proceed through coal and clay fields, aud will agree to hav. it ready for business uot later thau Janu ary 1st, 18'J2. Proper rt-ciipts will be given to all sub acribers ou payment of each installment and when fully paid said company will in sue btock to the full amount of each sub scriptiou with coupons attached, entiling tlie bolder to 10 per cent, of tlie face v-dnc of hia stock annually, after two y  .25 .25 J.3o 5 25 .12 .11 Let i-v-. -nbiidy ci.nii' and secure those Yours, S. ,V Sox, Main Strcot. Salem. (Ihio. i The Jr. Order of I'niled Amcrioan Jle- hanii-s nicot in tho K. of Jlall to- ight to Uan-act .special business. G8-0 nrer, to J. ITuwitt. All wishing first-cla.ss work all nt our ground lloor Gallery, No. 5 Iain Street. CHR YSANTHEMUMS sow in their boauty, at Fawcett'a Green lonso. OS-70 C-iTAnotluT crate of I'.rowu Frentham Ware, which we are giving away with teas, jow ready, at S. Grove ,t Sou's. 45tf Pure Buckwheat Flour at Gitv CTtf IMPORTANT. fi, tho x in-rn in to in in J'cdfi rl C' Salem wiu-n r. thi1; vicinity over i ho has made b.i -1.00 to >1 -15. All Standard Coffees ut 25e ]'er pound. Cranberries. Ap- ples, riums and all other ies at lowest imukc-t jirico. W. A. MOFF. -IS Brondwav. CiTIf yon want Shoes or Boots order or repaired call ou W. L. 20 West Main street. made to McNeal. Pencils, Tablets or Music given away with each pair of Shoe> sold at the Oper i House Shoe Store. 51-79 OR SALE Good organ, cheap. Inquire at Oatsdean's meat market 63-70 ouse- work. Inquire at brick house on or woman to do house- work. Inq Highland aTecne. 67-G9 FOR desirable rooms at 92 East Fourth street. Inquire of Mrs. Kobert McCammon. 124 Vine street. FOR second story Sibyl block, over Harris' printing office, a very duirable suite of rwms. for Jaw office dental rooms or small society headquar- ters. Inquire of J. A. Kerr. at Farmer- National Bank. potf TO RENT- Good house. F.ast Main street Call nt Fink's store. F OK A piod Call or address E. llaiu chcnp. are now ready in -ITVC you with a Complete fctock of the Newest Styles of SUITS, OVERCOATS, HATS, CAPS AND FURNISHING GOODS, AT MO.NEY-SAVLXtr Don't postpone your buying. Early purchases are always O-vercoa-ts! The most line, the best fittin- and made. Suits for Men, Youth's, Boy's and Children, in newest Worsted and prices lower than elsewhere, for inferior makes. Our Hat Dep't. Is doing a big trade by offering none but reliable makes and correct LOWEST PRICES Do not forget that the KAGLE ONK-PKICE CLOTHING HOUSE is the place for you to come to look at WINTER CLUTIllMr. even if yon want to learn what the newest and nobbiest styles are, and do not wish to purchase at i.rvsont. The stock is simply beyond our powers of description in the limited space of our ordinary ad. We have made unusual preparations for this winter. Come direct to Headquarters and minutely inspect every garment, and note prices marked plainly thereon and no iurther argument will be necessary to convince you that our CLOTHING IS MUCH SUPERIOR to other ready-made Clothing, and our prices are incomparably lower, at the Golden Eagle Clothing- House, 80 Broadwsiy, VcranaoBit BSock. SALEftl, OHIO. WITH EACH BOY'S P. Free! GUNS GIVEN AWAY SUIT OR OVERCOAT! No nc-ed of 1'apcr St. ;_; oi.t of town for cheap Wall prices are lower and styles britt-i nt Onr Autmn: Clf'ainwf Sn'e offc-is etfry jndur-e- lueut. a mil of p'ipf'r without -AT THE- West Grocery A Fresh Lot of fslfp? uiH PfonVpT'c'! iiiQiMlli bdiub dlJu bldUKijlS I Try our Evaporated Blackberries, 1'IES.- With Narrow Toe and Low Broad Ilc-d. all widllis and Sizes. i We Evaporated California Peaches j and Apricots, nice Dried Apples and Ilaiyius, New Figs and Dates, Cal- ifornia Prunes, just received. Sour aud Sweet Pickles, Choice and Lem- ons. We endeavor to deal fairly with our customers at all times, and sell them as good goods for as little money as any house in tou-n. WTi L. Tomlinson, 42 ST. FOR FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS At Lowest Prices -CO TO- WALTER M. HOLE, Ho. 65 East Main St GRAND ALLEN LAUGHI1NG N1CHT! THURSDAY, NOV. 13. IPECIAL ENGAGEMENT _ OK-------- ladies, dn you want a nice pair of tShoes f Wo liavo tliem at 2 50. .'5.00. 3.50. 4.00 and 4.oO. They will please you in every particular. NH-KKI, I'J.ATK. meat) and ami Stniulnnl C'jvJorj (solid sbt Crackers, nt S. GKOVE A SJos's. K.ikewfll on Lincoln nvenue. liujuire of A. W. Taylor. Main street. 67tf W ANTED To borrow or on first-class city -property fecr.rity.   right thrnugh {he The new Stated are given double original nor any other reprint, does not m've any f-e are only a few of the dillerences. 'Jhel'ub- ;1 ;t was not TO the interests of their cus'fmerp to or five volumes of supplements, have had -r.l rewritten by the ablest cc-rps of i- anicles substituted for the old ones of ana thereby bringing each volume up date. 1 e the tvnsus. with all infonnalion.wjiich r only Eilition. Now as 10 other points in ci'mpnn.-.-n with other KEI'RIM'S: The plates and map- are tlio jnaj.> are up (n daie.as we have before said. The bind- in., ;u.u J-.-.JHT we leave U> ar.y book-binder if it is not stronger and nioa- durable. The cover is in IJALE RUSSIA leather, with double back. 
                            

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