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Lima Democratic Times, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1887, Lima, OhioThe daily democratic monday evening. November 28. 1m7. Bargains Conrad doll the Canton murderer 1 Bale All Linen towering 4 cents a Yard. 1 Case doable Width mixed dress goods 10 cents Worth 15 cents. Large lot 52-Inch Tricot 59 very cheap. 1 Case All Wool White blankets 25 per cent under Price. 1 Case All Wool Scarlet blankets 25 per cent. Under Price. Lul Clde by hanging himself in his cell yesterday. I Law annual meeting of travelling passengers association is to be held in Jacksonville fla., m about six weeks. The soldiers belief commission will meet at the court House in Lima on monday dec. By orders of the Board l. , county papers please copy. Ladies who have donated aprons for the apron fair will Send them to the Church either Friday afternoon or saturday afternoon where there will be a committee of ladies to receive them. The motor cars of the Street rail Way line Lead All their motors could do to propel the cars Over the icy rails this morning. The driving wheels turned All right enough but so Slippery were t us tails that the lid around without driving the cars very or Torr mow. Wem Esom nov. 30th opera co. A to Glaitt Festant left eights delightful perfumes at Barley s. De wide took dinner at the Burnet House yesterday. Yah to Tea at Meyers Tea co 128 South main Street. H. T. Manley. Of Chicago is in the City to Day on business. Grant Mitchell spent sunday at Home with Bis parents. The Institute will be held wednesday and thursday of tins week a wedding Between two of Lima s prominent society people is on the tapis. Miss Fronte a Biff of Clima. Is vis i Stiegler Uncle Daniel Brookhart. Of South Lima. Mrs. Amberson. Of Bryant. Indiana is her lather or. Daniel Brook-1 Lima. The churches were but lightly at a tended yesterday owing to the in new pashes rt1 Bell s. All silk handkerchiefs a cents at the upon train rom the South was late to Day. A. Let Sod. Of Kenton is in the City on business. Largest line of Gold capped l Morel i Lia at Bell s. Lou Ashton. Of Spencerville spent sunday in the City. Jerry Brand of Binl Tenn. Is in the City to Day on business. Or. H. E. Jones of gom t. Is in the City to Day attending court. George Meily and Jim Townsend Are 5n new York City on business. I Alex. Richmond is learning to play j the guitar. John Fullerton is teacher. School began again this morning after a three thanksgiving Vaca the ladies of the Trinity m. E. Aid society at their meeting saturday afternoon decided on monday evening dec. 5th, As the most auspicious time for holding their apron fair and oys Ter supper. They Promise a Good so Cial time and expect to reap a Harvest of Silver. Proprietor w. C. Terry of the hotel French arrived with his family on the train Over the p f. C. Ailway this morning. He left new Fork City yesterday morning and said everybody was out on the Street the weather be ing almost like a Nice june morning. He said there were no sign of rain until they arrived at Altoona Pachas Ireland one of German town ships old pioneers is lying very Low now and is not expected to live very Long. He is in his eighty sixth year and is afflicted with a cancer on his right Arm. A year or so ago he had a cancer on his Liand or Finger rather which he had amputated and thought himself free of the cancer but in a Short time the cancer broke out anew upon his Arm and the doctors say he will not live very Long. He was one of German townships Thrifty Farmers and a much respected Man by Alt who knew him Farmers Institute Malwa. No special she How in office. Deputy Joe Sumner to took his Pes Luna this Norulak rags Ratmir to taking it when clerk elect Tomn takes Bis of Hani Ige a Cense were is sad to Ike following Dennis f. Mccarthy and anole it Host Brak Andule of Mem items cot fat. The following cases were continued Over to Day b. C. Faurot to a. Fisher f Case no. 54j8. Trenton Rock Oil co is Lima paper Mills. Case no. 5445. Faurot to Cicai. M. Hughes Etal. . . Wam Orf it a is . Faurot Caw no. M13 j. 0. Stout receiver Etc is b. C. Faurot Case to. J. B. Sundering treasurer is Elizabeth d. Foster is up for hearing this afternoon. The Lima National Bank 11., j Muty i i clemency of the weather. Special car Load of Scabery. Act thames act in drag Etc. Hot. 29 Jennie Yeamans with oof Blu lab pricks Side at wet hot Dent Tea Liau Imp Timo prot Fred Bell is in Chicago where he will deliver two lectures and three sermons during this week. Miss Laura Craft Nee Laura Crooks. Of Union City. Ind., is in the City the guest of Ber parents Aad mrs. J. F. Crooks. In another column of tub Issue May be found Balmages Sermon delivered at Brooklyn Tabernacle yesterday. It will be read with much interest by those who Are interested in that class of literature. Trains on the p. It w. A c. By. Are Tea Fame now Airt Ose of the Crossings yesterday for the first time. The new Chance crossing works rather hard just now. It being new Aad the saw Aad cold tending to prevent its free action. One word one step May make or mar one s whole future or. Jones bed Clover Tonie is the right move when you Cave dyspepsia bad breath plea pump is malaria Low Spir its uhf Lusje or any stomach or liver troubles. So cents. For Sale by a. Gilbert. 3hf Gas Aad Abe Frankel went oat to Sam boosts in Bath town hip. Yester Day to help 8am celebrate his of tic or today. A number of friends were Pima besides toe boys and everybody enjoyed themselves. After an elegant dinner fatten up by mrs. Boose and daughters the boys retained Well premed Witt their visit. It is generally a fact that the cases reported id Fui Leecourt Are in Nocent according to their own Story and some of the very plainest dunks Are Only cases in which the patient took quinine in for this Stoa is one worked by Proff Mion in the docket Ani but Rory few Dronk according to their own my Vanung and Are out of Orquilla club s inaugural dance on Friday evening next. The City fathers will have some very Impo runt business before them this evening. Head Llanna s Holiday Adver Quement upon the first Page of this edition of the times. Merchants Are getting Holiday goods in anticipation of a booming Trade within the next few weeks. Common pleas court convened to Day again and will now finish up the business of the term before adjourning. Joe Zimmerly. Of Delphos clerk elect Tolan s Deputy to is Over to Day getting acquainted with the Busi in the clerk s office. Four weeks from yesterday will be Christmas. The Tittle folks Are already beginning to count the Days which will elapse before that Holiday. Coloured Santos k a Yard at bed s. A. G. Bradstreet of new York City is in the City the guest of Walter b. Richie. Or. Bradstreet is Here investigating the electric railway Plant in interest of Eastern parties. Switch engine no. 42. On the to. E. W., is in the shops at this place being overhauled. Meanwhile engine pc. 43. Which was turned out of the shops last Farmers. Week is Doieg the switching work saturday afternoon a meeting was bid in the Assembly loom or the court House to make the preliminary arrangements for forming a Farmers Institute in Allen county the meet ing was called to order and .1. L. B. Leatherman elected chairman. Thos. A. Crabb was chosen Secretary. The following committees were then appointed on music t a Crabb a c Krichel refer and w of Watkns. Kemp. M l Baker and s Collins. On c a Richelderfer 8 i crites and j l b Leatherman. On j Crabb. J l b Leatherman. The following programme of a scr 3 was agreed on i. Music by the choir. The object of the of the president. Address c lean potatoes without by t b Terry of Hudson o. 3. Music. I 5. The Farmer s fruit by l t f Longnecker of Dayton. A i 6. Music. 7. Bee by John Kichie. 8. Geology in in Clation to Agri by prof Edward Orton. Of Columbus. 9. How shall we keep the Bright est boys and girls on the by 1 b Terry. 10. Sheep by John Ber Ryman. 11. Music. 12. The Ohio Centennial by Gen s h Hurst of Chillicothe. O. The i 1. Institute convenes at a m. 2. Music. 3 saving and handling by t b Terry. 4. Short addresses by Allen county transfers of real estate were re corned for we Boogher to William f Bur Tybie Inlet number 39 in the Vil Lage of Hume for John r Warner and wife Edward Warner i Lota numbers 1033 in Millers addition to the City of Lima and 242b in Goodenow addition to the City of Lima for Philip Sleiger and wife Johnd Edwards acres in Monroe town ship for 8225. Office. The following is a report of the bus iness transactions in the office. County orders 65 City orders paid. 79 46 beceipts.1029 20 our As Bright and sparkling As a Rill of Crystal water As vivacious and cheery As a Cricket pretty Little Jennie Yea mans fairly danced her Way into the hearts of All t Ose who witnessed her gambling through the play at Havlin s last night. In a moment she was mis Tress of the feelings of her auditors and henceforth they danced unconsciously when her nimble feet went flying Over the stage they hummed when her voice rang out in soft ballads and laughed when it changed into the Jolly rollicking tones of the Romp. She was never the actress to those who saw her. She War rather a mischievous Little torn boy whose Only Delight it was to make trouble for those who bowed at her shrine. Her quaint love making her desperate flirt log and her Petty tyranny Over her unfortunate Lover was so realistic and so j natural that Many a Young Man in the audience Felt As though his history was being acted for his Benefit. The support accorded miss Yea mans is of the Best and the whole play moves harmoniously and without a times Star. At opera House to Morrow night. Capital surplus b. 0. Pauliot pros., s. Moore vice arts. F. L. Lanzak Cahier c. Faurot w. It. Harper John Wheeler Fetter i. T. Moore 8. Moare c. A. Met Flany. Transact a general banking re Minimi Dep Citon in thin Bank Are especially favored with in the 8 a fit of poh1t which completely Ore and burglar proof to bet not Moat Modem and Tynem in Wal a of xxi pie c Throat at the t in Girt w starch. Fax s main on the Market a prove i tic t 10 care should be taken w 4ii that by the Buckeye pipe lint runs for nov were barrels and the shipments for the same Date were 91 barrels. The yesterday Weir 4.534.4 no trip menu were made. The Best on Tarut can truly be said Glycerine old by All dog gifts for 2 i Viiu a package. There is n the world More Thistl 4 Lifavi tiny baby. Ivyng id darkness. Rand uak is now m lamenting be cause hers reels Are dark at nights. The journal says relative to this subject the City of Sandusky is paying per Light per year for electric Light and at the rate of per Post for Gas. Last night the Moon wag away i a visit the rain descended in torrents and total darkness reigned supreme. As a result the Biu Yuett Man the Mechanic everybody was forced to wend their Way homeward through the mud rain and darkness As Best they could. But this bad condition of As we understand it is not to be Laid at the threshold of Theudas company s door for they Are not to Light the City on nights when the Moon should Shine without instructions from the Council red in Case the City is then lighted it is done at an extra expense. By the time the Council has three or four More squabbles on the Light question per haps we May be Able to Ace when wad ing through mud. A report which was not True a gentleman from in a Short talk with us yesterday said it was reported in that town that the Lima schools closed last week be cause of not having Gas to Burn and that the Gas was not giving satisfaction All or the City. These reports Are untrue and the statement that the schools were closed last week for a Day or so on account of the Gas not burning is True partially but for this reason the connections were not in and no Gas had been burned yet in the that were Dis missed. Tael Iffet i i not be deceived by Liow who May we will sell Yon m Good a Tea As Yah to at the same Price and save you Finne to Mayers Tva More he Maniber years of culture can and been put Forth to make this Yah to int a called As x drink in uie history of the it at the Low prof of Fin rents Pound. No a Peor at d. Cottres r a mind acis Prtrt Aad at his he mrs v St that emf a Tuini Asid i pity of Nwe 4m say in fat Myrh m it "3 a in by and a Wii Ine 11 Tan it you always funeral i for Towt 5 r1 w a j to Don t drop a for o 1 ing from the ladies in 1 Hith m he x in m or h is t of Vorih Ami d is to wait in filling it will to n l Ali few to j it no Bones Over hip to break. Quickly and perfectly adjusted to the form. Double Bou doable steel Doab Kowm warranted. Sold everywhere. Sample duplex Corset by mail Post paid for one Dollar. Bortree mfg. Co., Jackson Midi. Wanted. Fluting Asi Gas Pilot is. Pm Scott Jinx opened a plumbing and fitting shop in the old court in Tenner sheriff i Omot 1 and prepared to do All Vomm of to rfcs in the line of plumbing Flat pm. I Weing a practical kit mud or to priv years experience at work i will in the i the former sheriffs office first door on the North tix in the old court Howe. J. M. Scott. Fou Tresh Jersey cow calf Elti Nln of Lohn Kiili Cluj i i d a 1 Rita. Fungi lied Swfit room i f Tiu tile for two and wife soul East Corner North i Cerro Kier int to Knuth Side of Houe. Num Turof Rann in the half Block. Apply at Holt nor Wock Cor Ner Aud t r Wiki tax room in a-Cir-1 Able at o. 1 r1. O. I building. I in this or. D. A m to tit turf. Is aim Avi Salhow. We want Canvas in with our med inca. Will pay or both. Ami Row a. S. F. Sakek so 4w d Keokuk Iowa. Diron a know . Kii Inry will tract when the of tact they threw r Mij that Dis Slewo Fricon l Tsoh. A i-1 Iti n few Dayi to i Luxl in 1-Iib of hint same Trink at the a Jour j Acob. But lie was equal t y up the to Una cowl the which a flip done. Jacob a hot Klui of the com Oach a til ii Telier to lir icy Nerv Ollie a i Mit it re tjnirp.1 w of the in j that nigh it. And Many Lato hours it in vow i i urn l n i like to a i in Lii a of croat j a u 3 j and dior old r red we thou tace pm i Nuhn w a u4 St tar Tinti. Def fun Ronki room we n Mvi it in the Yorlli m , i iliac quid my Dira old Genii Tuff inc Ana none treatment. Anck d or. I vip Ortw or Sto cat of i at ankh. The rat nud bran canal m Runch Tri. Ore or asthma. I Orner 1 ramp in upon the Fin Suruki. Joe to. F. Rai i. Akl keat. Estate agents of collected . Land and to rant and a Moi _ All Bunn Ifim placed la our Aalto will prompt Al Bunn. Put pct tit de Sultan. Piatt. Or. Wenman physician and sufi Obok. Oifer urn grocer of Poblic off re Loarts to 9 a. A. 2 to 4 r. 10 x p m. Or. C. R. Foutche physician and surgeon. Ooka Praet of Xam and it Jar the win oho to executor s wet ice shirt to that kit comm inert Alton neat v u Ilalia. Notice to Oon Tracton. F.a1.k1 nor Icid unt Civ Inell a anti. Ohm. At i to. Inc. At it sir Irja Futon aft to uk1 finl Frfd portion is Masac in m 4 a a a n bum i. I the to in a Flor i Otvar. T r. N la work a 171 f i i in. 1.1 n in i j i. 11 i tin l r Fra w Tutt i _ i r i i rib in spa Peri in spa Peri

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