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Van Wert Republican, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1887, Van Wert, Ohio VAXJVERT REPUBLICAN. PUBLISHED BVEET THURSDAY. t, Jk T. C. Wilkiuvau, Prop'ru. ----Our FdcJlHics for---- FINE JOB PRINTING Are first-class, and solicit a share of your patronage. IMoek, North Washington Street, between public square and railroad. NEWSPAPER LAW. THE YAN WEST REPUBLICAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. JNVAKIARl.y IN' ADVAKCt. Oni! copy, one I One copy, six mouths..........._................. 75 One copy three 50 i No subscription tuVeu for u lem period thxr or VOL. V. OHIO. VAN WE11T, OHIO, TflUKSDAY, MAY 19, 1887. One square first imcrtlou Hucli subsequent insertion.............. 60 i Nine lines constitute a square. Administrators, Executors, Assignees arid -----j Notices, each In advauee.......... 2.00 OIK: column one year ......................100.00 One column six mont'a ............ou.OO One column three monlbK................3000 1 Local notices per Hue, each week..........30 If subscribers wish papers discoutinueu, publishers may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use ol it, whether he has ordered it or not, will oe held In the law to be it subscriber. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their from the office or place to where they are sent they are held responsible until they settle bills and give notice to discontinue. If subscribers move to other places without informing the publisher and the paper is sent to the former direction they are held responsi- ble. Notice should always be given of removal. What our Neighbors are OPINIONS ffljficial ;orumon Judge James H. Day. Probate Judge 1 Dailej Prosecuting Attorney ....A. L. bnect. cfCourt' s r Treasurer W. II. Corbctt. V' llecoruer, >f Infirmary Directors A. Lybolt, Alspach. T. C. Kensler. Infirmary Superintendent ...lolin C. itobiuEon. Coroner Dr. G. W. HcGavren. COKPPUATIOX OFFICER. ilivor J. 0. Browder George W.Clippingcr. Clerk Henry liobinsou Fox. City Solicitor oco.E. Nells (Dennis Welsh. Delplios claims 5000 population: The Bryim oil well No. 2, is 800 feet deep. The Lima oil Held contains 320 pro- ducing oil wells. Gas from the Axe well will be piped to a distance of 23 miles. A two year old child of S. A. Bow- man, of Celina, was scalded last week, by falling into a bucket of hot water, dying in about 12 Lours. L'p to April 1st there was a total of 372 weils put down in the entire Ohio oil field, with an estimated production of barrels at that time. Wm. Schfndewolfc, indicted for out- raging Leu Harper, at Kenton, 0., in consequence of which, she suicided bas been honorably acquitted as inno cut. The Miami and Erie Canal Associa- ation offers a bonus of for every new boat built during the season and As to the Proposed Memorial Hull. Ami Where ic Should be Located WASHINGTON LETTISH. Hcforiuv. Civil Ser- vice IMuyliiff into the SpoiUuien. >o Republican After ftaiilliw. statuu. Kit Carton Pout ii. 1C. SO MM KC.tTTKKISii ItKMAltKS jAlex Mullen. J. H. Froncfield.
nlf wiiliou'tbolp. Now I am free from sill puin iiinl sorenPsH, and am :iblc to Rice, Beans, Hominy, Prunes, Raisins. Dried Beef, Cracknells, Salid Dressing, Queen Olives, California Canned Fruits. FARMERS where he and his cousin Will, THE PLACE. Opposite court house. owiirMuralnirWrgiffaTiiic intellect in the tbe grand old veteran at the close of do own bon.o work. I owe my f the ceremonies. evening ex -Sen- Ui-inks io Llcctru- Bitters, lor having) task of giving us in minutes and frac- y.in Commodorft Jcn. This is the best place in town to get your dinner Hot Coffee at all hours. their work, is our wishes. They arc. both enorgetic young men. and deserve "rnl gas. tions thereof the exact longevity of nat- The gas wells will outlive the mathematicians and croakers. Ks. kins, were mustered in, the lir.st muster in the new hall, opposite' Wil- .bottle only cts., V. lards, just complofod. JTSMATA. hoimcv's drug slorp. enewod my and removed com-1 >lotpiy ;iH disease and Try nnlv -it lj. V. T MP
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