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Van Wert Republican, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1889, Van Wert, Ohio VAN WERT REPUBLICAN. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY, dc C. Our for FINE JOB PRINTING Are fljst-class, and BO' i oil a share of your patron to. Washington Street, first door north of K nuke's Hardware Store. THE VAN EEPFBLICAN VOL. VII. VAN WEUT, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER NO. 32, TBKHH OF SVBSCltlFTIOlf. One copy, one if One copy three M No subscription en for a lew period three months. RATES CMP ADVERTISING. 60 One square fint insertion.............. Each insertion............. Nine oowrtitnte a square. and Road each In advance........... One column one ......................100.00 One column six month.................60.00 One column three 00 Local notices per line, each week.......... 10 Official D i r e e t, COUNTY OKKICKHS. Common Pleas Judge James H. Day Representative If v Meredith Probate Judge U. J. IJrotlicrton Prosecuti ng A ttornuy l a Clerk of Court U. K. Mansliip IrtHHC K. Iiinor I- A. ILirvt-y w. Haird Williuin Kreck (........A. Kolu.r A. T-" y bo 1 d Inllrmury Directors .A. Coroner A. H. Ku'kpiitrlck In Urinary Superintendent. Sheldon aarbor J. O. Browder H- MiUI Henry Kobliison Evans Sons Trea.su rer Bollr.ltor A. L. Sweet Second Third >k Fourth ...V. 9. Pii-ssler D. II. Sholl A. linlyeiit L. Schumm ,J. S. tt'orgis liice K. L. Webster JUSTICKS OF THK I'KACK. Howcrs. Convoy. W. M. McQuou-n, Cuvette. W. H. Nleod.rintiH, Van D. J. JOIU-H, Venedor.la. Foster, M iddlepoin t. Henry UelphoH. W. LudwiK, Cuvette. D. .J. Giflin, Van .Jesse it. Stitli, Koojcle P. O. .lurry Shell. Dull. Simon Stewart, an S. M. Gilliland, Van Weri. i'. Uiehey, Van Wcrt. G. Hough, Wert. .Joshua Wafers, Wren. .1. JI. Sims, Willshiiv. Samuel Kortney, Pixon. A. P. shoemaker, Convoy. Jackaon J. S. Hale. Wetnel. Seiner, Dolpho.s. Removed i Grocery To Capper Terry's old Stand, in Newcomer's Block. Van Wert Marble Works. This firm guarantees to you the mate- rial that you buy, with first class work, which has not always been the case in the past with some of its competitors. tf RICE Bnos. fpESfl fapriily Groceries. Try our Fruits, Vegetables and Canned Goods H. Kdwnrds, Nenoaocni. John AInsler.s, Converge. Harrison Aaron T. 1'aneake. _ Business D i re i c t ory A NS. PHYSICIAN AND KriUiKON. Olllcu In Cly- nier'.s block, upstairs, two doors north of postoilice. hours from x to H a. in. and from 1 to (i m. Kcsidem-.u, No. West see- ond Htreet, Van Wcrt. O. Fresh Bread Baked Daily YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME Van Wert Foundry and Machine Wcrks. Presents in the most elegant form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE OF FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system, forming an agreeable and effective laxative to perma- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is the most excellent remedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY When one is Bilious or Conrttipntcd T PURI BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LKEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW. Every one is using it and all are delighted with it. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR WOOD, THE BALLOT BOX ARRESTED IN CIN- CIMWATI. It urged wiin Forgery and Hla Good, for a. Pro- tracted 8my MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, LOUISVILLE, KY NEW YORK, H. .1. UHL.FN, AND SUHOKON, opposite Court UOU.MC. 70 .south St. HI .H, AND SU Olllco over WilK-inson's Shoe Storo, Main Street. Iton- d nco on WaHhinKto" street. A. OTOHRIM, It! PlIYSICIAN ANI) SUUv'fKON, Vorkvllle, (Klsin O.) Ohio "T'll YSICI AN AND O. .surgeon, filberts Ohio. All mil answered day or night. _ ATTORNEYS. ATTOIINKY-AT-LAW and Notary Public. Will attend promptly to all legal business Intrusted to his care. iiirludinR rrobntn busi- ness, suits before: justices, collections, abstract- ing, etc.. basement of Court House, tin Wert, Ohio. __ __ _____ R. MILLER CO. Proprietors All Kinds of Repairing. ITTOKNKYS A? LAW, Van Wert, Ohio, A. oninc m Vnn Wert County liauk building, Hoor. I'urvU-ular attention given to makiBK r.oll notion B. _________________ H. lilt ill 1., LAWYKIt. Otllco over II. V. Olnoy's Cloth- ing sr-oro. _ _______________ A: Hr.-KJUI-.KY. ATTOltNKYS-AT-I-AW, Van Wert, O. All buHiness pertaining to the practice of law tn court or office, promptly attended to. Ofuee opposite Court House, over A P. McConahay Jewelry Store. ____ A- VAN WKKT. O.. practice In 1 lie courts of Van Wort countv. Collections promptly made and remitted Par- tition, probate and litigated business sohcited, conveyance done at reasonable rates, 'j'ucei on iMcCui-dy'H corner. i-lH-8" THE LATEST OUT LAMPS! LAMPS! We have the finest line of LIUHAHY, PI- ANO and STAND R ir sro'i-'r ro.vr NO. 100. meeting every first and third Tuesday of mmith nt llk o'clock, at Union Hull, Mc.Kirn'a Hloek._______ M. UMTKD I'KNSJoN AxJKNT. Van Wcrt, Ohio. Original, widows. Im-riMisc. buck pay, bounty inert-use, minors and till claims MKitinst tbe government prosecuted. New decisions and hiws more llbernl tluin flail or address, box O Vhinl door --lilt- haseinent court Sept. W. 11. KIHKI A Will attend nnil cry s-iles at. niteH. G, W. And ion err. ALL business entrusted in tny caru will reccMve prompt attention. Sales cried at rales. Residence on corner of Market and Third streets, Van Wcrt, Ohio. Give me trial. G. W. UOPK. Wishing to give smokers the largest possible return for their money, T have placed the OHIO BOY, A fine Havana filler 10 cent cigar, on the market as a 5 cent cigar. At this price it cannot be equaled by any 5 cent cigar in this country. THE in tbe city. Prices Very w! Floor Oil Cloths find Mats in all the lat- est ptittertie. IS NO WORD To describe the feelings of a great many who first inquire for the Special Reduced price line of Boots and Shoes at DIM Jt GRAY'S. COMER Asks for a Chance! The Cheapest Tobacco in the World at his Store, Go and see him and be have been before you a great many times lately, and in doing so feel that the benefits arising there- from has been mutual. I know that I have sold you a great many cigars and tobacco at extremely low prices, and that part of it has benefltted you. Hav- ing sold a great quantity, the small profit accruing from the large amounts Qorrreerate a considerable little sum, no o which satisfies me. I am perfectly hap- py, gentlemen, in the large amount of favors you have bestowed upon me in the way of patronage, and all I ask of you now is to continue in the good work. Give me a chance, gentlemen, and I will sell you goods. If ever you come into my store, and want tobacco, to get it; and further- you are A large a took of BUILDING MATERIAL AT BOTTOM PRICES. Powder, Sliol. and Loaded Shells very cheap. Cross Cut and Circular Saws, Emery and all kinds of Mill Supplies. SALESMEN to can v am for the salo of Nursery Stock! Storuly jntfiuaruntWKl. Salnry ami hx- paid to Miiccossful men. Apply lit once BtatliiK v CHASK ItUOTHKRS LOMPANi, Nov. Kochettter, N. V. THE ROUTE STANDARD GAUGE, SPLENDID EOAD BED. NEW STEEL BAIL. NEW MCDEHN fd comfort of EAST AND WEST 3TIU1NS KACII WAV between TOLKDO, O KUANKKORT. 2 Tit INS KAC'H WAV between KKANK- KOUT, IND., and ST LOl'IS, MO. (imilv except All Toledo St. f.ouU I'liswoiiKcr '1 ruins arrive ami depart from Union Depot, avoiding transfer 'rilltOUttll On stile tit prlnclpRl stations. CHKcKKD TO DESTINATION. Icnr.e DELPHOS'. KAST. WKHT. Frankfoit Kx....lMO p. m. 1.20p.m. Toledo America the Serpent of OUio) are to be chronicled in the Century. m .._ Prof. Cieorge P. Yala UnlveraltT, U to write a on "The Nature and Method ot which will attract every Btudcnt. Bichop Potter, of New York, will to one of the several prominent who %o> contribute a of "Present-day livinz and there will oe art faparsv timefv etc., etc., and the that the greateat artists and produce. ,___, Every Iwokjeller, postmaster, and to the Centarr remittsAee war be made jf- to the The Century Co., Kew'Yo.-k. Becta new with vciniK.-! (the Ant issneof tbe yolwme) nt T wain's etory, Oomnaottont Vaakee lav K.i i 0 la
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