JOB WOKK d€-iie Keatl] Cheaply at IMb oiiice.
They have leeii a go< ill town lately Lu'-t v>.
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¦¦: Every once.in a wbile.we hear o.i some of our s.ubsQi'ibers riOt:rec,eiviBg their pa¬ pers. We are sorry, bnt we ahvays send them pmrctually..
M.x\ tliiiixav iuiig lits gone, i-o '^a-^^j-P oxA iii Michigan. Wo expect lie will .send a cleer home, get up a patent enginc tliere and surpiisG.the ualives. ' .;.-
Goodhiek to you. : . ; : -.'
;: The hook and ladder truck came a fe ,v dajs ago. The town intends to organize another Fire Oou-ipan_y. ;The o jher com pa.ayare going to trade oil old Ironsides for another steam Fire-Engine.- The truck cost $ 330. We ¦wishtliem saccess.
.Mies. Emma A. Ecker daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ecker died November 20tlj 1873. The service was held in the Mora- ian Church. Sh e was ab out 3 6 year.s old. Her death Was caused by an a.ccident which happened when she was a child.
Subscribe for the "RAG-IHG-
CAMAIi" only $ 0/43 ii year.
Thanksgiving i-? a good time for family 7,e-unioni. Air.ty Dyardorff had one this year.
Thf^re v/ero between 30 or -10 rlubiron, ,iund childrci, and great grand thil- drenpresent.
A good many people are bntoliering now. So;ii6 people have had a good iiit )f meat, stolen. Mr. G. Toomey had a pig billed and laid it in a febed,-
Alter while they went out and saw a .man standing by it.-. We suppose he meant to ste^l it. As soon as ho a&w them he made, his escape.' ' ¦ -
. Thank.sgiTing: was celtbrated in the Pdethodist Episeopal Church. The ser- mou ^¥as preacheclby Eev. C. B. Skultz Four ministers were present on the occa¬ sion.
The .meeting was .not well attended. We think ifc is a great pity more people don't go to church.
Some New Philadelphia boys were over here thanksgiving day, and they thought the pavements were slippery^
We think it is a disgrace for boys to go to another town and get drunk.
Tiiey ought to act gentlemanly away from home as wellas at hoine_
They, came over to win some of our pretty girls, but missed it.