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Van Wert Republican, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1889, Van Wert, Ohio VAN WERT PUBLISHED EVERY Ac C. FINE JOB PRINTING Arc jind ah your North Washington public square and Common Prosecuting Clork of And I Infirmary infirmary H. Day J. J. Y. K. Isaac K. A. W. f. C. William A. J. A. A. A Sheldon A. S. CORPORATION j o. H. Mara 'A City f A. Hal y L. OK THE W. W. M. W H. Van D. J. Wm Henry W. D. Van R. Jerry Simon Van S. M. Van V an y. Van Joshua J. A. John H. John Aaron T. 1'ancako, IV in. 1W. AND Special tlon to the treatment of all Onice days for the t of ic Wednesdays and over Hill Main Van s. AND opposite Court Residence 17 St. AND over Shoo ice on A. II IW PHYSICIAN A. Hit A IN. PHYSICIAN ANU All culls M or J. Y. und 1'ublic. Will promptly to nil business to his 1'robijUi etc. of Court I- A AT Vun Van Wurt Comity 1'nrjt-ulnr attention to u if over H. V. ing Vim O. All to the practice of law tn court or promptly attended opposite Court over A 1'. s Jewelry A VAN practice in the of Van erl made 1'ar- probate ami business done at on 7-1S-H5) U. A. R. SCOTT No. 1OO. meetings every third evenings month ut ut McKim's J Al Will attend and cry sales tit K Y O. W. ALL business entrusted in my care will receive prompt Sules cried ut lowest Residence on corner of Market Third Van Give me a G. W. ROUTE STANDARD SPLENDID ROAD NEW STEEL NEW thing comfort of EAST AND THE VAN WEKT SURPRISE 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 One of our customers asked us a few days ago if we were going to continue to sell goods at the same prices as at and we were compelled to tell the truth and say that it would be impossible to always sell goods at wholesale and sometimes even but that we had inaugurated this SPECIAL REDUCED on certain lines to make room for some new We are making this room fast and have overhauled our stock a second time and have placed several new lines with our special price and as long as they last we can sell you solid goods at prices which our competitors can make no claim to offering They are going so don't wait until they are all OLNEY GRAY Old THE LATEST OUT Wishing to give smokers the largest possible return for their I have placed the OHIO A fine Havana filler 10 cent on the market as a cent At this price it cannot be equaled by any cent cigar in this Also a new brand called the Which Avill please the most as it all the qualities which go to make a first-class smo The BIG C 3TICAINS WAY Klf WAY hot ween I 1. All Toledo Trains iinM depart from avoiding On principal TO D Trains hare p. in. a. m. 1.3.1 p. Through Toledo it Frank Local u. m. KXI Through p. in. it p. in. Freight p. in. Kull timo of it will 1m ihc ti. C. a. in. a. in. 2: m. u. m. a in. F. C. A. which have become so popular J overs of a fine will still be kept up to their present standard of Try one of the new brands and convinced of their over all Factory No. 28, VAN VAN AUGUST 29, 1889. NO. 19. OF one 75 One copy three 50 No subscription tai en for a period than KATES OF One square first Each subsequent 80 Nine lines constitute a Assignees and Road each In One column one year One column six One column three 00 Local notices per each 10 REPUBLICAN STATE For over J. B. of 1 Tamil For Lieutenant E. L. of For JOHN of For of Supremo F. J. of For Attorney D. K. of for Clerk of Supreme U. H. of Van For Member Hoard of W. M. of For Commissioner IOUK JOHN Of REPUBLICAN The Republican party of Ohio in con- vention assembled hereby announces the following platform of renew our adherence to all ples so clearly and strongly the National Convention of 1838, and especially to tUo principles of protection in its two-fold meaning and protection to every American citizen at home and in all parts of our protection to every American abroad in every on every protection to every American citizen in the ex- of all political rights and protection to American Industry and labor against the industry and labor of the We heartily approve ami endorse the administration of Benjamin dent of the United and pledge him our cordial support In the discharge of the duties upon him as Chief Magistrate ot the And especially do we the Just and liberal policy of the Pension in carrying out the pledges of tho loyal people to the soldiers of tho we favor tho passage by Congress at its next session of a proper and equitable service pension for all charged soldiers and seamen of tho Into demand full and adequate for the wool-growing which will in duo time give to American ers an American market for all wool required by American Wo endorse tho prov s- ions of the on the subject passed by tho Senate at the last session endorse the decision of the Secretary of tho whereby the duty on worsteds is made dutiable at tho same rate as upon woolen thereby our manufacturing and wool congratulate the people of Ireland on the progress of their struggle for home and in this convention wo endorse the course of President Harrison in the selection for able position in the diplomatic service worthy and representative Irish-American That we heartily endorse the administration of our gallant and able J. M. as and His promptness in responding to the call of suffering humanity has endeared him to the heart of all generous His splendid ad- ministration of the of state so managed bv the last Democratic bringing order out of replenishing a depleted the credit of the while at tho same time the rate of taxation to a lower than it has been for a half a entitle him to the gratitude of the and mark him as one of the most brilliant of our We endorse the wise laws bv the Republican Legislature in regard to the 1'iquor and pledge tho party to keep abreast of public opinion upon that sub- We send greeting to our honored John visiting in and assure him of the great we have in his wise and patriotic his loyalty and devotion to the high principles of the gnum trine of protection to American est and sound equal and sure him a hearty welcome to Ohio upon his return to the United America is not given to gauds or but those familiar with the business say that she has a seal Convenient Purr Water Excellent Climate Are advantages to be considered when looking up a business etc. West Maryland and the affords these with many more No section of the United States offers superior and sons seeking a new home should ex- amine these States before deciding upon a location Improved farm lands adapted to stock and fruit growing can be obtained at low prices and upon easy Thriving towns invite the mechanic and Abundance of water etc. Free sites for Persons desiring further information will be answered promptly and free of charge by M. V. Land and B. O. K. An Eastern man who moved to cago lost 120 pounds in three His wife eloped with a car in the elegant form THE LAX ATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS OF Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human forming an agreeable and effective laxative to cure Habitual and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the LIVER AND It is excellent remedy known to THE SYSTEM When ii Bilious or Constipated HEALTH and NATURALLY Every one is using it and all are delighted with it. ASK YOUR PON MANUFACTURED ONLY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AN fft f. The roads nre quite Be sure and go to the Republican Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jones ut J. M. Holler lost n valuable horse this Mr. and Mrs. R. Evans have relumed from Our butcher has suspended Everybody is going to see the oil well these D. W. Williams has gone to ing bicycle R. J. Morgan has sold his bicycle to W. J. of J. W. candidate for was on our streets A divine from London preached here Friday Howie Morgan is visiting friends and relatives at this J. Morris and Evan Evans are visiting at D. W. Williams made a Hying trip to Wisconsin last Rev. D. J. Davies started on his cation this Rev. Thomas Roberts is expected here this Davies and Jones exchanged pulpits There is a good deal of sickness in this neighborhood at Mrs. of is visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Thomas The farmers and stock raisers of this neighborhood are preparing for the Quite a number of were over to Horeb Sunday The quarterly meeting of the Sunday schools convened at As far as we have been able to not many from this place were in dance temperance The school will commence next with H. G. Pollock as Frank and will of passed through here Sunday afternoon astride their wheels on their way to Jones Jones are selling a good many Ada road carts these The graveling crowd on the Clover of which John Morris is are through graveling west and will commence east of hero this S. M. Jones Co. will immediately commence digging several more wells in this one of them will be situated on the farm of Hugh E. back of D. T. lumber H. T. Thomas received painful in- juries by falling through the granary floor to the hard of the At present writing he is The oil fever has struck this hood It is a common sight to see three or four agents of different com- panies passing after some land to buy or anything in order to get it. John crowd of carpenters are working at present out near They were also building some bridges several miles of Van Wert last John is a There are a great many farms in this neighborhood being rented this We would advise farmers to take it as this region will be the leading oil producing territory of the country in a few Prof. H. W. singing class at Horeb has come to the end of the We understand that his class at this which meets every Monday is doing Weather of which we have an are claiming that they have unmistakable signs of an early We are afraid that the meu base their predictions on something like Wiggins Al. Owens and Miss Martha Machling joined hands and hearts for better or worse last Thursday Long life and prosperity to Mr. and Mrs. Those folks who were considerate enough to preserve the numbers of the which contained articles on infectious diseases are to be considered especially in these days of John Jones died of typhoid fever at the residence of D. W. Evans last The deceased was u native of Wales and came to this country a few years He was buried Thursday Davis and Jones con- ducting the The mortal remains of John who met his death so unpleasantly at Delphos some time were laid at rest in the Horeb cemetery August 19th. The deceased was well known in this having at one time been a conductor on the old narrow There is great concerning the oil well situated on the J. H. M organ a few miles east of Quite a flow of gas was struck At present the well is about 1200 feet and oil is momentarily Our mails will hereafter be handled by a Republican D. H. ward has been appointed and will take charge of the as soon as he re- the necessary There were seven applicants for the position ladies and five For the postmaster we have ing but words of Wo do not be lieve it possible for any one to strive harder to please the patrons of his office than Mr. Uhl He has the special thanks of the newspaper Mr. Edwards has always been a hard working and we nre glad to see him Last Tuesday burglars entered the store of Williams and entirely demolished their They gained en- trance by forcing the doors with a crow As there is no money ever left in the safe over night they got no but if they had taken the trouble to open the till they might have gotten about two dollars in They liberally helped themselves to the goods taking everything from valises and fine shoes down to five cent pocket books and tooth They also took some A Email tin box the they supposed contained the was found on the railroad next morning bursted but all of the valuable papers were They left an old buttered hat and a loaded revolver as or as means for their A woman who has for years lived in the life of a hermit and a died a few days ago leaving in bounds and Foster and Frances Jackson are sick with malarial Mrs. Laura Howland and of Green county are visiting her Mrs. Messrs. R. T. W. C. wards and A. Kiggins have each chased them a new Mrs. Sarah of Shanes is the guest of her Mrs. S. A. Frank of Dunkirk and Arthur law students and orators were in our vicinity last Miss Fannie Chambers is the guest of her Mrs. Ida this week The picnic given by the Tomlinson Sabbath school on the 24th was a grand there being six schools in R. T. Bevington and W C. Edwards of the Middlepoint Normal were home visiting relatives Saturday and R. C. LeBlond has engaged to teach the fall and winter term of school in district No. 3. About attended the picnic at Bethlehem on last Thirty-one was the number that companied the Warsaw excursionists from this place on the 22d. Mrs. E. spent several visiting Van Wei t friends last Thp feed managed by P. S has been removed to the store of H H. The formerly occupied by the food will be occupied by a meat Some forty persons from this place ruled the Township S. S. tion at the church on last H. Zimmerman and Peter Kiehl have improved the looks of their ness rooms with a. coal ol Others should do From the crowd assembled in Van WHM lust Saturday on account of the mass we should that the whiskey element would succumb A. J. Hi nes was at Payne Friday on O. V. who has been at home on account of is again able for Miss Lonio of Van spent Sunday with Convoy Misses and llosa spent in Van Wort On Saturday while rt ing home from this Henry Holmes was thrown from his buggy by a runaway team and had his der O. H. has from a. visit to friends ami in 111. Farmers are busy Co. were at Van Wert lust week getting their engine Henry Foot has purchased a gig of E. J. L. will succeed peddling a variety of Abbott delivered his farwell address last We hope he will be permitted to enter this lield of as he is an eloquent Our should purchase a street Rev. Mahau will advise the radicals of this place for a limited We kindly thank Brother Rambler of the for his misrepresentation last We hope will weigh two tons and spend the remainder of his life in our Tilings that our would like to sec P. Krick get M. M. Agler put up his shingle as physician and J. Knight lick U. S. postage Some of our not camp in Mrs. woods and use the little The Times correspondent get married and run a huxter Economical buyers all come to our All the girls wearing John Chilcote commit Hot and is no Mr. and Mrs. Jos. were in township on Miss Dona last week visiting in Me. and Mrs. Dave Miller ing in township on Mrs. Homer of was a guest of her John f. last Williamson and her narrowly escaped hurt by the buggy h -ing in a. innately no was Charley threshed over GOO bushels outs in less than four The ground is too dry to Republican con- vention will he held Everybody should attend and nominate a good J N. is repairing his Jim and his girl took in the sights wife were in lown Monday on lin Capper was threshing last MI Any wants to purchase a will do wril 10 call on G. W. Tin farmers are till praying for Look out fair you will get nil von The Christian church of Mound has taken a decided stand on the temperance question by passing a to expell any member forthwith who signs a petition for a The Pennsylvania will sell round trip excursion tickets to on Aug. 20th to 23d, 1889, account Fare for round trip Tickets good returning until Aug. 24th W. M. Penn. The W. 0. N. S. is gaining ground We were glad to hail the coming of one of our students to school after his J. J. As in many parts of the so is the oil in The oil men are riding in all There are three companies leasing land in this but Sam Jones has the The residence of Dr. Ladd is fast nearing D. H. of ed this burg last leasing land for Jones it Co. Mr. the paper man of was in our town thia week for ihe purpose of purchasing the grist We know not what success he had hope he will come to our town as it will add much more ness to the We wish that the T. O. O. F. would complete their hall and fit the ing up for business and get in some liven up for business is dull and it will cast a shadow over the and especially over the teachers who ex- to make this their J. C. Spray will be our next P. M. Bert was in town Miss Abbie Wright has been visiting friends in town the past The lumber for a derrick arrived here Both the Standard and S. M. Jones Co. intend to bore for oil near here B. of Paulding was the guest of friends here last J. C. Spray went to to attend the Miss of was the guest of relatives and friends here re- Prof. was called to hist week to the funeral of his who had been very ill for Del. Griswold has moved into the Armstrong The members of the Presbyterian held a supper in the I. O. hall the of which were used for the of the The Literary at the last Friday was attended by a large number of Quite an in- program was rendered in a fine We understand that Israel Downing while trying stop a runaway fell under the wheels and was To what extent we have not yet ed. Gas has been found near the Horeb church which when makes a blaze twelve feet M. Jones Co. sifter completing this well will bore on farm south of We predict a. boom for Middlepoint and vicinity in the near Last Friday at t-r about a wa- slowly moving nlong the of It in La man's yard and was lost to It was a tame bear and does hurl Ask Miss Brown lor A perfect free from ple or is very rarely be- cause few people have perfectly pure And all disfiguring tions are easily removed by the use of Ayer's Try and prise your friends with the A lawyer in Philadelphia has just taken of damage he cured for newsboy who was injured by a railroad Tlic The pleasant effect and the perfect safety with which ladies may use the liquid fruit Syrup of un- der all conditions make it their favorite It is pleasant to the eye and to the yet effectual in ing on the liver and The present strength of the Grand Army of the Republic is an in- crease of during the past Grand Hull mid Kalco The St. Louis Kansas City R. will sell excursion tickets to Detroit and Aug. 26. train will leve at a. m. Taking passengers at stations ad- arrive at Toledo at p. m. Immediate connection with D. C. Co. Magnificent at arriving at Detroit at p. in. Leave Detroit at p. m. for upper lake The rates range from to according to distance and Toledo and Detroit tickets good five Mackinaw tickets good until Sept. 7th. A limited number of. tickets and berths for the Mackinaw trip are on The sale of berths and state rooms will positively close Aug. 24th. This will not be a typical crowded ex- but an ideal pleasure Excursionists will return from Detroit to Toledo via steamer Call on agents for full particulars or C. C. G. P. O. N Niagara excursion is abandoned in favor of the grand lake A man who came to Rawlins in 1880 with only and a suit of clothes now has 480 acres of six horses and thirty town but he still kias only one suit of MRS. BROWN AND MRS. Said Mrs. Brown to Mrs. What makes your garments look so clean? No speck or dirt on them is seen To mar your linen's glossy sheen Your woolen dress that was so I thought that it was surely Now spick and span as though It never had been spattered This fine old lace is firm and Your silk hose keep their colors Your your are That old print gown seems really In vain my laundress boils and rubs The and labors at her My newest garments soon look Get streaked and and Said Mrs. in My Poor soap has spoiled your clothes I Compelled your laundress first to Then spend her days in fruitless My laundress uses IVORY And in its cakes for you there's in my clothes so pleases To SOAP is wholly A WORD OF There are many white represented to be as good as the they ARE but like all lack the peculiar and able qualities of the Ask for Soap and insist upon getting it. Copyright 1886, by Procter A Safe Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory or in case of failure a return of purchase On this safe plan you can buy from our ad- druggist a bottle of Dr. King's Discovery for It is guaranteed to bring relief in every when used for any affection of Lungs or such as of Whooping etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to and can always be depended Trial bottles free at Hines drug Thirty-four thousand men will take part in tbe autumn maneuvers of the French which will be in the Officers from the armies of all nations are expected to be Minutes of the tenth reunion of the Dix which was held at the dence of Mr. Albert Seward near Gilberts Paulding August 22, 1889: Called to order by President P. M. of Van O. In absence of the J. E. of Van was elected Secretary pro Gather at the by Dri David of Paulding O. Address of by P. A. of Gilberts O. Reading minutes of last re- by Song by Memorial Address in honor of Phebe E. by E. S. of friends and It falls my lot to pen a few lines in memory of Phebe She was thirty-six years old and the mother of live living To the husband we will you have lost a true and to the you have lost a kind try and follow the she has taught Phebe was a true friend and a kind hearted always will ing to lend a helping hand to the needy and she seemed to be interested in mak ing everybody happy with whom she as Very well do I remember when I lived at Uncle when we were young Phebe was the life of the Always joyful and hap py and in making home But those days are gone They remind me of the flowers that bud and bloom and then they are gone Now Phebe was a true Dix of whom we may be She was a true Christian always trusting in no difference what the Now friends and we believe Phebe has gone home to receive her Though her life was short it will be one long to be remembered by her Now let us follow the example of Cousin Phebe and there will be a final reunion and we think the name will be well represented Think of the Home Over by K. of by J. B. of Medina sub- word of Written ad- by S. C. of West Howel Address by David of sub- ject Address by P. M. of Van subject A written by Dr. P. A. of subject by Miss Eva of Paulding subject of Address by C. M. of Van O. W. W. Dix was elected Tbe next reunion will be held at E. Dix's dence in Marion Co. on the third Thursday of 1800. Number present 56. S. of and Peres of were appointed committee on program for next J. E. pro Amanda CONSUMPTION SIKELY To THK inform your that I have a positive remedy for the above named Hy timely use thousands of cases have been permanently I be to two bottles of my remedy to any of your readers who have tion if they will fend their express and T. A. M. 181 Pearl New Oct. 18.-ly. St. Louis Kansas City No. 2 now makes sharp connection in Union with Lake Shore for arrive Lakeside p. m. The a. m. train from Lakeside makes connection Excursion tickets on sale at principal checked C. C. O. P. A. WHY WITEN a doses of Cherry Pectoral will relieve you Try it. Keep it You are liable to have a cough at any and no other remedy is so effective as this i renowned 3STo with young should he without it. Scores of lives aro saved every year hy its timely writes Common gratitude mi- pols me to acknowledge tho great lits I have derived for my children from the use of Ayer's most excellent Cherry I lost two dear from croup and and had the greatest fear of losing my only re- maining daughter and as they were I find that by giving them Ayer's Cherry on the first symptoms of throat or lung they are relieved from and are coming healthy the winter of 1885 I took a had cold in spite of every known grew so that the family physician considered me posing me to bo in As a last resort I tried Ayer's Cherry in a short the cure was Since then I have never been without this 1 am fifty years of weigh over ISO and at- tribute my good health to the use of Ayer's Cherry N. J. winter I contracted a severe which by repeated be- came quite I was much troubled with hoarseness and bronchial After trying various without I at last purchased a bottle of Ayer's Cherry On taking this my cough ceased almost and I have been well ever B. Secretary Holston Conference and P. of the Greenville M. E. Tenn. Ayer's Cherry Dr. J. C. Ayer BoM by all Trice of tlic it is indicate the direction of the and the statements of gists concerning the sale of a remedy in a marked its an enterprising gist of writes the proprietors of Van Balsam for the lungs as Your Balsam has taken well here and given great I have just sold the last bottle of that I had on Please send me at once four large and eight dozen Trial size free for sale by C. A. Melsheimer 1 Tlic Official to 71.11 On August 21 to 28 the B. will sell round trip tickets to waukee at low tickets good to re- turn August 27 to September 5, or by depositing tickets with joint point of terminal lines at the time will be extended 30 On August 25, special train conveying the ment his staff and man's relief corps will leave Mansfield at p.m. and run through to waukee without arriving at a. m. For call on agents of the B. or address O. P. assistant general passenger Uo a nil lot lor 175, 225. 450, All for Hie money and on terms la suit poor 1 J. H. 7-8B-if Koogle P. ill Six Van Chemical N. Y. I take pleasure in ing you of the wonderful success we have had with your Lung We have sold in the last six months 390 tles We have guaranteed nearly every bottle but as yet have had only four re- I am in receipt of scores of from the most prominent dents of our city which I should like to send Trial size Yours S. For sale at drug 1.
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