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Van Wert Republican, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1889, Van Wert, Ohio VAN WERT PUBLISHED EVERT dc C. Our for FINE JOB PRINTING Are and i oil a share of your patron Washington first door north of K Hardware THE VAN VOL. VAN NOVEMBER NO. 32, OF One one if One copy three M No subscription en for a lew period three RATES CMP 60 One square fint Each Nine a and Road each In One column one One column six One column three 00 Local notices per each 10 Official D i r e e COUNTY Common Pleas Judge James H. Day Representative If v Meredith Probate Judge U. J. ng A l a Clerk of Court U. K. K. I- A. w. Haird Kreck A. y bo 1 d Directors Coroner A. H. In Urinary Sheldon J. O. Browder H- Henry Evans Sons rer A. L. Sweet Second Third Fourth 9. D. Sholl A. L. Schumm S. K. L. Webster OF THK W. M. W. H. Van D. J. M t. Henry W. D. Van it. P. O. Simon an S. M. Van Van G. Samuel A. P. Jackaon J. S. Removed i Grocery To Capper Terry's old in Newcomer's Van Wert Marble This firm guarantees to you the rial that you with first class which has not always been the case in the past with some of its tf RICE Try our Vegetables and Canned Goods H. John Harrison Aaron T. 1'aneake. Business D i re i c t ory A PHYSICIAN AND In two doors north of hours from x to H a. in. and from 1 to (i m. No. West ond Van O. Fresh Bread Baked Daily YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME Van Wert Foundry and Machine Presents in the most elegant form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS OF FIGS 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 the most excellent remedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY When one is Bilious or T PURI REFRESHING 8LKEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY Every one is using it and all are delighted with it. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR THE BALLOT BOX ARRESTED IN It urged Forgery and Hla for a. 8my MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN KY NEW H. AND opposite Court 70 St. HI AND SU over Shoe Main d nco on A. Ohio AN AND O. filberts All mil answered day or and Notary Will attend promptly to all legal business Intrusted to his suits basement of Court tin R. MILLER CO. Proprietors All Kinds of Van A. m Vnn Wert County attention given to notion B. H. lilt ill 1., over V. ing Van O. All pertaining to the practice of law tn court or promptly attended opposite Court over A P. McConahay Jewelry A- VAN practice In 1 lie courts of Van Wort Collections promptly made and remitted probate and litigated business conveyance done at reasonable on THE LATEST OUT We have the finest line of PI- ANO and STAND R ir NO. 100. meeting every first and third Tuesday of nt llk at Union M. Van buck bounty minors and till claims tbe government New decisions and hiws more flail or box O door court Sept. W. 11. A Will attend cry W. And ion ALL business entrusted in tny caru will prompt Sales cried at Residence on corner of Market and Third Van Give me G. W. Wishing to give smokers the largest possible return for their T have placed the OHIO A fine Havana filler 10 cent on the market as a 5 cent At this price it cannot be equaled by any 5 cent cigar in this THE in tbe Prices Very Floor Oil Cloths find Mats in all the est 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 COMER Asks for a The Cheapest Tobacco in the World at his Go and see him and be have been before you a great many times and in doing so feel that the benefits arising from has been I know that I have sold you a great many cigars and tobacco at extremely low and that part of it has ing sold a great the small profit accruing from the large amounts a considerable little no o which satisfies me. I am perfectly in the large amount of favors you have bestowed upon me in the way of and all I ask of you now is to continue in the good Give me a and I will sell you If ever you come into my and want to get and you are A large a took of BUILDING MATERIAL AT BOTTOM and Loaded Shells very Cross Cut and Circular Emery and all kinds of Mill SALESMEN to can v am for the salo of Nursery ami paid to Apply lit once v CHASK Nov. N. V. THE ROUTE STANDARD SPLENDID EOAD NEW STEEL NEW fd comfort of EAST AND WEST 3TIU1NS WAV between O 2 Tit INS WAV between and ST MO. except All Toledo St. ruins arrive ami depart from Union avoiding transfer On stile tit TO p. m. 1.20p.m. Toledo ft. in. p. m. 10 p.m. Trains leave Toledo p. m. p. in. it p. m. u. m. Full Information concerning time of will bu cheerfully furnished the 3 C. C. F. C. A which have become so popular with lovers of a fine will still be kept up to their present standard of Try one of the new and be convinced of their over all Factory No. 28, VAN OHIO We are headquarters for READY-MIXED m BODTOS A Big so ACRES OF LAND FOR 41 miles from 50 acres timber mostly burnt 30 apres of good I Long The Real Estate One of our customers asked us a few days ago if we were going to continue to sell goods at tht 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 that we had inaugurated this SPECIAL on certain lines to make room for some new Wre 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 more you will be pleased with your There is nothing like pleasing When you buy your tobacco of me you are always I know you You can't help it. My great big ten cent plugs of tobacco will please anybody that likes good tobacco at an extremely low Great you know not what you lose by not buying your cigars and bacco at my There is millions in it for a large number of Come and see and I will convince Good To tkc General The weather prophets have finally completed the footings of their long columns of figures and they predict a very severe and cold They ad- vise everybody to provide themselves with first-class boots and shoes at shoe store before the roads get so bad and the weather so cold that they cannot get Whether the weather prophets are right or wrong in their I de- sire to state that we have the finest lines of boots and shoes in ern Ohio and we sell them at such ex tremely low prices that everybody who looks at them are completely ed. The great trouble the prices are so low that many persons are disposed to think them but we have no trouble of that kind with good for our goods will bear the closest inspection as regards their At we are willing to stake our reputation on them and if our first sale fails to give satisfaction you can give us the go by the next We can't afford to have you do we will be honest in our en- deavor to sell honest The late rains will make a demand for rubber boots and we desire to state here that our arrangements for ing first class rubber boots at low prices are Don't buy your rubber boots until you see Our new line of fine shoes is going fast and they are giving good Also look at our boots before you It in pay you to investigate my whole stock be- fore you for there is money in it. At any call and see me. C. E. About Human The average number of teeth is A startling arrer was made in nati last no less than that of R. G. who recently obtained al notoriety by his alleged connection with the famous bollot box contract in which the names of ten prominent statesmen were among them being James E. Democratic Governor-elect of Senator Sherman and Congressman are pushing this prosecution of Attorney Harry R. a tive by marriage of Senator swore out the warrant before Judge of the police R. G. Wood disappeared from the city about time of the exposure of the forgery and returned only two or three days The affidavit of Mr. Harry R. Probasco R. G. Wood with perpetrating a libel on or about September 7, 1886, against William James E. John S. S. W. P. C. Charles J. R. J. R. Whiting and F. B. all members or ex members of the House or Senate of the United in that he counterfeited their names to a forged a wholly fictitious document and which forgery Wood committed with malicious intent to disgrace these men and damage them in the eyes of the nation by leading the people to believe they were in a corrupt scheme to make money by violating the laws of the United States by being pecuniarily in- in the passage of the ballot box pending before The furthermore alleges that R. G. Wood caused this forgery to be by delivering it directly or to Gov. J. B. Foraker and to others unknown to Mr. Wood's bail bond was fixed at He tried for two hours while under arrest to obtain but He protests There is great interest in the not only in and of but in view of possible de- during the ON He Advocates of of NKW November 24. Hamilton G. A. gave a reception night to Russel A. of as In speaking of the pension claims General Alger said that the members of the G. A. R. who suffered and carried the old to victory were neither nor and that they would not have to live in poor He advocated having a record made and kept at Washington of all the G. A. R. both officers and their tary needs and This he could be done by the census and a man could get his pension without sending all over the United and without the aid of claim t OLNEY GRAY Old FASHIONABLE West giffe of c. J. M. H. FULL STOCK OF HOOMS Respectfully solicits a share of the patronage of the of thin I am also prepared teach the of French Transparent and have the agency for the All kinds of drena fabrio painting done to HARD AND SOFT COIL NOW ON LOWEST Up town .at Zimmerman's Cept Braying a Specially Sand and Lewisburg Building J. O. The of a mao exceeds t that of any other weight of the circulating blood is twenty-eight A man breathes about twenty times a minute and an The average weight of an adult is one hundred and pounds and six A man breathes about eighteen pints of air a or upward of geven hogsheads in a The average weight of the brain of a man U three and of a woman two pounds and eleven ounces Five hundred and forty or ope and one and pints of blood pass through the heart in one The heart sends nearly ten pounds of blood through the veins and arteries each and makes four beaU while we breathe One hundred and seventy-five million cells are in the which would cover a surface thirty times greater than the human The average height of an Englishman is five feet nine of a Frenchman five feet four of a Belgian five feet six and The idea advanced by the Democratic organs that amount of duty levied upon foreign goods is that much tion to the American is utterly The Mills made an average reduction of about 10 per but upon some articles the reduction was more than 50 per to say ng of the extension of the free Yet if the Mills had become a law he revenues would have been increased because of increased importations of goods which would have dis- placed that quantity of goods of lc The idea of ion is not to enhance and keep up the price of American whether of factory or the but to as far as the American ket to the American an manufacturers and workers pay taxes support of State and local and in the vent of war are subject to military Foreigners are under no such it is just and right to require them to a pre- as Mr. Randall puts the privilege of entering our inch a premium as will give the ence to the home Nothing is plainer than that the for- eign manufacturer or importer pays the duty on goods the like of which is in this He of add the amount of the duty to the selling price if he could do but because of American competition he can do nothing of the He is compelled to sell at the market whatever that may or he crfn not sell at French and German goods are cheaper in the American market to day than like goods were in when we had practical free trade Then foreign and importers fixed prices in the American Now prices are fired by American and with the exception of a few articles which are controlled by prices were never lower in this country than at A tariff for revenue only is the alent of free If that be not the fact Scott and Mills and Carlisle and the free traders in this country and in Britain do not understand HOUSE The following real estate transfers were made during the past two weeks Mary M. J. Haley and P. R. Haley to Henry J. 261, Van S. M. Jones to The Geyser Oil Com- 120 acres in Jennings 000. W. to Delia A. 20 acres in Harrison F. C. LeBlond and wife to Jacob land in Liberty Bessie C. Smith and C. W. Smith to Phoebe 1491, berger addition to Van Americus R. Geyer and Maude E. Geyer to Helen M. part of out- lot 4, Thomas R. Hamilton and wife to ton 15 acres in Jackson Emanuel to Hattie B. 127, Van W. H. Pennell and wife to Robert 40 acres in Hoaglin John W. Penn to Wallace W. fraction of 159, Van J. K. Ferguson and wife to Celina outlet 1, Johnson addition to Van Bernhard Freiberg and wife to Simon land in Washington Gross and wife to Joseph 40 acres in Tully Julia E. Lipps and W. S. Lipps to Jacob land in Liberty James Bradley and wife to Carter 10 acres in Hoaglin Dayton Krick to Emma J. land in Harrison James Bradley and wife to Edwin A. 20 acres in Hoaglin James Bradley and wife to Joseph 10 acres in Hoaglin Benjamin F. Fronefield and wife to Lucetta M. land in village of Van E. J. Kingle and Anna Pettit to Ephraim lot 177, Con- N. Grandstaff and wife to cy A. 389, East Van T. C. Hardesty to N. 73, East Van Clayton Dailey and Mary Dailey to Grant Henry Brundage and Mary E. age to Emily J. 40 acres in Hoaglin Israel and Emily J. age to Henry 40 acres in Hoaglin Delilah Yost and John Yost to John M. lot 21, S. Foster's Foster to A. Moore and M. R. part of lot 21, Gross and wife to Leo 40 acres in Tully John Black and Caroline Black to Marvin land in Union N Sarah A. Shirley and husband to Moses 176, Thaddeus S Gilliland and wife to Margaret E land in Van John to line 20 acres in Harrison Elizabeth Miller and Hannah C. ler to A. P. 39 acres in Union Richard Williams and Christena liams to Smith 165 acres in Union Mary Lena Stippich to Michael 120 acres in Jennings Nicholas D. Hoaglin and wife to Eliza 40 acres in Union A. J. Wood and Clara E. Wood to Samuel lot 50, August and Mary August to Buel lot 38, John Dealey and wife to Alexander 5 acres in Tully Jacob H. Cummings and wife to John H. lot 271, Frank P. Morris and wife to John IL 423, 428, 429, 430, 436, 439, 440, 443, 454, 456, 457, 458, 395, 396 and 398. Feefer to T. B. 17i5, Oak Grove Van I. R. to Henry land in Washington Mary Anderson and Clara Anderson to Charles 1654, An- derson Strother's Van Allie B. Bergman to Mary lot 123, Joshua Baldman and wife to B. 40 acres in Jackson Bryan is without a and as the Council is composed of three each of Republicans and it is very likely no suitable person can be selected and appointed by that Why not compromise on a The Sherman Oil one of the largest independent companies in the Ohio with twenty-two producing wells and six hundred and twenty acres of was sold to the Standard Oil Company for The Winget Oil and Gas with leases on seventy acres and eight producing was also sold out to the same The farmers of the vicinity of are burning corn for finding cheaper than Corn is sold on the farm at 20 cents per while the average price of coal delivered at the farm ranges from 21 to 23 cents per The Alliance there brought the attention of the farmers to the relative prices of the and advised that half of the corn crop be used as thus advancing the price of the other half and saving money in their fuel The farmers have begun to act on this Robert V. a lumber dealer at had a very exciting tussel with a pair of would-be highwaymen on the streets of that town on Friday He was on his way home when he noticed two men coming toward They halted immediately in front of when one of them shoved a ver into his face at the same time ing him to hold up his Jones grabbed the gun and a desperate scuffle during which the revolver ex- While Jones and this man were engaged in the struggle the other fellow beat him over the head with his fist and chewed his right ear The discharge of the pistol frightened the thieves and after a few en- in which Jones got the they took to their heels and ST. Since 1873, under the editorial ment of Mrs. Mary Mapes the tion of St. Nicholas for Young Folks was begun it has led all magazines for girls and Nothing like it was known and as the Chicago recently is the model and ideal juvenile magazine of the Through its pages the greatest writers of our time are speaking to the youth of ica and and the beat artists ana en- cravens are training the eyes of the boys and girls to appreciate the highest in Nobody knows how many readers St. Nicholas In the third largest public library in that in than 3000 people read each months Since the first issue Mrs. Dodge has remained as Early in its history other young people's Young The Little were con- with and its history has been one ol growth from the Miss Mrs. Charles Dudley W. D. and every well-known writer of our time have contributed to its 1 here is euly one way in which its conductors can make it and that is by making more of and so they announce that with the beginning of the seventeenth volume Nicholas will be enlarged by the addition of and sometimes extra pages in each This enlargement is absolutely required to make room for the rich store of new material which has been secured for the of St. Nicholas The use of new and clearer type will be begun with the November During the coming year there are to be four important serial stories by four well-known American Athletics and outdoor will be a special feature Walter of and and there will be stories of character and sketches of and outdoor articles of special literary talks on natural other tilie and the march of the December and January numbers are to be holiday The price will be the same as 83.00 a 25 cents a and all dealers ana the publishers Century New should begin with Subscribe for THK PROBATE The following marriage licenses were issued since their last Joseph and Anna Arthur W. Cowdin and Olie J. Ma W. Lauer and Sallie E. A. Shaffer and Belle Frank S. Whitlock and Mary M. Lemuel M. Trigler and Bertha J. ter John E. Waller and Emma J. John Mosel and Lizzie Joseph L. Woods and Ada L. Richard W. Evans and Elizabeth F. Overboil and Elizabeth Willie L. C. Hosley and Anna Perry and Dora B. Oil in paying quantities has been dis- covered near O. Chicago is to be supplied with natural from the fields near Ind. One of the largest window glass tories in the country will be located at O. The extensive fruit jar works of McCullough at were destroyed by fire Saturday 1 The limited trains on the Pittsburg road will hereafter have female to look after the wants of lady of Recorder of the Grand Commandery of Knights for many is His funeral was held Miss of has ed a process by which it is claimed cubic feet of illuminating gas can be ex- from one barrel of Lima In accordance with Mrs. the President has appointed Thomas Clay Mrs. Collector of tue Lexington BR During 1890 the Century re- cent successes have included the famous the Lincoln Ifi story and George mill's scries on and the Exile will publish the long of Joseph van has made his name a household interesting record of a life upon the be Jaid before the public Jefferson I. fourth in a generation of anS there arc His story of the early ol M traveling in com- they would settle down for a in a playing in their own jzod the creation of his famous van how he acted before an audience of enriched witn of ary and and with will form one Of the moat delightful tao Century has ever Amelia E. Frank R. Mark H. H. and known will the tor ike new which to be including several and short Womam of the i are to be described a ot Tke important eries made the Lick at San largest fn tbe the latest relating America the Serpent of are to be chronicled in the m Prof. P. Yala U to write a on Nature and Method ot which will attract every Bichop of New will to one of the several prominent who contribute a of and there will oe art and the that the artists and Every and to the war be made to the The Century Becta new with Ant tbe nt T wain's lav i 0 la
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