Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
26 Apr 1889

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26 Apr 1889

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - April 26, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Best paints Best brushes the Best oils the and tile Best Var Lisles a at Woodward a drug store. Jacal an3 miscellany a the Mather kid gloves at Heller a. A try the new crackers at Morse a Rogers. A for baby cabs go to h. Heerdegen a co no in he subscribed capital $50,000. Paid in $25,000. Organized under Ute Laws of the state of Ohio h. P. Miller pres. We. A. Kehn ast vice pres. Andrew Sauer cashier. Transacts a general banking business. Buy and hell exchanged draw drafts on All parts of Europe. Accounts of firms and individuals solicited j upon most favourable terms. Or in the having department deposits of one Dollar and upward will to received and interest paid on same. Banking hours from 9 a. M. To 4 p. M. On saturdays Bank will remain open until 8 o clock p. M. Noil a everybody smoke Cigar. The a even change n. Lewis is Headquarters for Wall trimmings at m. E be. Paper. A Hee the new dress Heller a. A soda water of so Good at the Baltimore bakery. A you can buy 12 oranges Tor 12 cents at Morse a Rogera a old papers for Sale at the Republican and express office. A go to the Baltimore bakery for the Best soda water in the City. A done to fail to attend Tho Gingham Sale at Heller son saturday. A Geo. Switzer is building three houses on upper Washington Street. A the prettiest styles of Wall paper Are to be found at e. N. Lewis drug store. A win. Kirtley is the Crosby House by papering and otherwise embellishing it. Al Anhony purchased two Bouses on upper Jefferson Street for $3500, on thursday of Taul Finger. Good farm hand to work on farm i mile South of Ayersville Thomas d. Harris. A have your boots and shoes mended by Chaa f. Clemmons near Maumee Bridge. Also new work neatly made. A the carpet Trade is booming. For the largest Stock handsomest styles and lowest prices go to m. E Heller Spalone store. A done to be deceived with samples of cheap Aud worthless Wall paper and done to forget that Bechel has the Best at lowest prices. A children a school hats at to 15, 25, 40 and 50 cents a piece at nol7-3w mrs. A. Groweg a. A a Small fire broke out in the attle of a Cincinnati Quot schmidts House in North Defiance last thursday but by prompt action was extinguished. A Frank Buck was arrested wednesday morning for disorderly conduct and raising a Dis urbane. Being brought before the mayor he was fined $5 and costs and in default of payment was sent to jail. A Browne a ice Cream Parlours Are now in Fine shape. Done to fail to Call. The Man about town observes that Home dramatic companies Are Best received within the limits of their own municipality. That the streets Are often Dusty and More Hose and Small boy combinations Are needed to keep them wet that few cigarettes Are smoked in Defiance. That the girls Are All getting their Spring Hata that Young boys Are allowed to frequent a Saloon on Clinton Street and the police ought to Seo to it that goo. Edmondstone la still City Engineer in spite of the efforts of Tho daily paper to remove him. That the old Straw hat has the cobwebs and Moths brushed off and is out taking an airing. # _ during the eight years that or. May has been Rector of Grace episcopal Church one Hundred members have been con term de and Over Twenty Awalt confirmation on the arrival of the Bishop. There was eight Vears ago a Church debt of $2,500 which has been decreased to $2,000, besides a handsome rectory costing $4,300 has been built and paid for. This is an excellent showing for the Rector and also the congregation of the Church. # # the High school boys and the a Defiance reds had a base Ball game on the school grounds last Friday. The score stood 14 to 15 in favor of the boys. Base Ball will undoubtedly take a Boom now that the a a balls has been opened. A Man recently died in this county who had a most remarkable career. He died a sea enable citizen but during his life had Eon a counterfeiter and thief of the toughest kind for years he used to come to Defiance and when he went Back Home he always had plenty of Money. He had no Means of getting it and called it his a pension a but he at that time Drew no pension. It was understood that these sums were a blood Money which he received from men then wealthy but who had been connected with his schemes and counterfeiting gang years before. They were now paying for his silence besides the hardships of a term he served in the Penitentiary. It is said there Are men living in the City to Day who will rest easier now the Man is dead. The Defiance to saving and loan Assoc Adon. Incorporated april St a ssh charter i re rival. A themed capital $1,000,000. Subscribed capital $200,000. Paid in $30,000.00. Shares too each paid in weekly instalments of 25 cents per share. A deposits can to withdrawn at any time on two weeks notice. Homi annual dividends paid on deposits. 9-Mortguge Loans negotiated to be paid in weekly payments of ascents per week on each Sloe of loan. Office Over Harley a lion store. Poff Loe hours saturdays from s . To 9 Lewis Tiedeman president la. A Tenzer. Vice president. 18 by v. Haymaker Hue re if Aee. A i i. Effect and again not Tho Rule in not to hit them. A Gold badge which was worn by or. A f. Harley the first week and z. J. Wheeler this week has been purchased and will be shot for each monday morning. The club gives the members who Are in stores and offices daily an excellent Chance to breathe in Ozone and work up in appetite. The gentle kick of the gun on the sin Sider makes them gild to meet hard customers afterwards. I to club Lins made some Good records in the past and though a Little wild just now will get up in Good style on singles and doubles before the leaves begin to turn. I did not shoot out of respect to Ute age of the other members and the poor score they made in my presence. Another Man present did no to shoot. He said to had been a great shot in his Day but i an attack of fever and ago bad so shattered his nerves that he did no to want to got excited As he surely would if he tried to beat the score made by the Lonb that morning. Kave you noticed that people Are doing More papering than liver ? they Are embellishing their Homes More and boy your groceries boy Pere medicines you should not be left with Block and yellow Walls when by expending Only few dollars you can Mako it much More pleasant and cheerful. There is one a Loq in Reliance where you can find Wall paper for your Dan f. Krotz wholesale Home and it any number of designs and Way Down to the Bottom in prices and that is at Bechely a personal and society retail dealer opposite Tho Russell House Defiance. Buy honest medicines carefully compounded by experienced chemist. Compound extract Sarsaparilla and iodide potassium compound extract red Clover. H Dincy cure and liver remedy. / ran tonic bitters female Eriend and regulator Lim of a rid nerve food. Ii Kite Pine cough syrup plan reliever liniment. Exc Chian worm syrup. No t Patent but pure medicines for Sale by j. P. Buffington Aito court House Defiance o. La Moteal life ids. Co., of new York. Total assets december 31,1888, $126,082,153,56 the assets Are invested As follows Bonds and mortgages,.$49,617,874.02 United states and other securities 48,616,704,14 real estate and Loans on Collat _. 21,786,126,34 Cash in Banks and Trust companies at interest,.,.,., 2.813,277.60 interest accrued premiums deferred and in transit Etc,., 8,258,172.46 a 16,082.153.56 Ino. F. Deatrick amp son Aga no8-Ly Defiance Ohio. Tho Home savings and loan association has built a House in Defiance every week i since it was started. The receipts prior to january 1st, i saw were $177.00. Since then they have averaged $051.00, # i see Defiance is to have a a Long Felt the wine room of August Benz will be fitted up for a s Doon by g. E. Berry of Auburn ind. In in bet two cents the Board of Trade done to advertise this As a special feature or improvement of Tho City. # d. J. Cable esq., of Lima one of the leading attorneys of that City of Standard Oil and natural Gas fume was in town last week. Or. Cable gives Assurance of the near completion of Tho new Railroad and has Many words of Praise for the citizens of Defiance and those who have so ably aided in bringing the new Lino Here. M. E Orcutt has Tho finest Type writing outfit Ever in Defiance. It is a Remington with desk Roll top trap door to let the machine Down out of sight and a cover to make it the regulation business to write on. Mitch is very proud of his desk and is going to have its photograph Tykea a ice Cream by the dish or in Large quantities at the Baltimore bakery. Charles Krotz burned out. Charlie Krotz a store at Antwerp burned saturday evening. The building is a total loss but part of the Stock was saved. The insurance on the building was Only $150, on the Stock $050. Pleasant Bend toughs. With last wore pleasant Bend has been Affine Ted Tough Young bloods for some Lime. Week Rady Vanvle Rali and Bill Dirr arrested in Holgate. Vanvle Rali was bound Over to court in the sum of $300. Dirr was fined. Tim same Day a. D. Vanvlerah of pleasant Bend was bound Over to court for Selling liquor to minors. It is said his Beer caused Tim two boys to forget they were gentlemen. It. It. Rogers has gone to Denver. Col a judge hut Hen was in Napoleon. Friday. A Cliar in Huith was in Toledo last thursday. A Alva Terry was in Toledo thursday last week. A a. C. Glove was visiting in Tho City Over sunday a d. Hamler of Hamler was in Tho City monday. A a has. Bruner of Napoleon was in the City monday. A a a a jugs a Lark of Deshler. Hund Yod in this City. A miss Kila Murphy of Chicago is visiting in Tho club. Me Evalne of Toledo spent sunday in Tho City. A goo k. Otis of Hicksville was in the City wednesday Frank Hibbard is clerking in w. A. Keh i Oast s store. Henry March of Tiffin was in the City Over sunday Henry Balder of Mark Center was in the City monday. Peter Horning of new Bavaria was in the City Friday. A Harvey Cooney druggist of Bryan was in the City monday. A or. And mrs. O. D. Loveridge visited in Napoleon Friday. Bird and or. Hickey Havo gone to hot Springs Ark. A Al a. Gooden Burger of Hicksville was in the City saturday. A miss Lizzie Emanuel of Antwerp spent monday in the City. 9 of wife and children Are visiting la Antwerp. A if. B. Fouke of Napoleon was in town sunday and monday. A Lari Groweg of Toledo spent sunday in the City with his parents sch ass ocher of the Crosby has returned from a visit to new York. Osvrimc0 Inland of Edgerton is visiting at ii. P. Miller s this week. Toledo be miss Nellie Orcutt of Defiance is visiting in the City. A the fireman a Ball at Tho City Hall was Well attended monday night. A a. B. Myers of Philadelphia visited w. A Blymyer sunday and monday. The German Al of a had a Danco in Blanchard 8 Hall monday Nighti in Oswalt and Henry George jr., of Antwerp were in the City Friday. Mrs. Chaa Bruner of Napoleon is in the City Tho guest of mrs. John Roedel. A in. Losier and Loofah Evoe were married by w. C. Travis esq., monday. Oft me of limn attorney for the o. L. M. Road was in the Eity last week a miss Minnie Conkle silent sunday in Napoleon the guest of the misses Davison. Obituary. Mrs. Hsti1eh a. Southworth died at Tho Home of her son. B. F. South Worth in North Defiance humbly evening at 3.30 o clock at the advanced age of 88 years i months and 4 Days. Mrs Southworth has resided in this county Ainee 1830. Her husband died in 1852. List october on her birthday she prepared a dinner with her own hands for her children who were present. This Winter she has been ill much of Tho Timo with Long fever that and heart disease causing her death. Four children survive her . Southworth mrs Isaac Corwin mrs. B. B. Wood Cox and in Enos Mother of b. F. Kilos. The obsequies took place at the residence of her Only son on tuesday it 2 of clock p. No Tho religious services being conducted by Rov. A. W Lance. Henry Dottie aged 23 years son of John denier died of consumption at the residence of his father on Harrison Street monday pattern Goa the funeral took place wednesday from tile German Catholic Church. Father j. B. Jung conducting Tho services. Oliver Shead brother of l a Bead of this City Deil tuesday morning at his Homo Washington to. Deceased was aged sixty six years oldest brother of or. A j. Shoat and once was a resident of Defiance moving from the City in 1848. He crossed the Plains in 1851 settling in Washington to. He had been a commissioned officer i Tho Indian War and also a member of the territorial legislature. By business operations he amassed quite a competency and retired from business settling Noar Tenino on n farm. Lie passed away very suddenly and was interred at , wednesday. Tho funeral of Adam Wilhelm jr., took place from the Home of his father on Wayne Street. Thursday morning at 9 of clock the religious services timing held at St m irys Catholic Church at 3 15 by father in. P. Kinkead. J still they go for menus Wear at Rock Bottom prices $1 25 $1.50 and $1.65. A for $2 of the est shoes in Defiance w county you will find at Lynde so Root. Bank Corner Cash shoe House t Wold oohs East of Post office. Walter a. Woods binding machines. Bridge Bonds sold. The Bridge Bonds for the Maumee River Bridge were sold saturday. There were twelve bidders St alien g. Clark amp co of Chicago c. L. A m. Railroad contractors securing them for $52,538.80, a Premium of $2,538.83. Killed on the Street. Adam Wilhelm jr., meets death while vicious Texas Pony sends sorrow to Many hearts. A Young life ended. Sunday was a sad e Aster for this City. Shortly after one of clock when the residents were just finishing dinner the news went from one to another that a Young life was ended that a favorite son Bud become suddenly cold in death and would never Greet Bis friends or playmates again. And. Wilhelm Lay upon the bed in attorney Harris House with his eyes closed in that sleep which knows no waking upon this Earth. It was Only a few moments before that he had left the Home of his father and hitching his Pony to a Road cart started out for a ride. On Clinton Street the Pony began to Buck and kick viciously turning Down third nearly running into the canal. The Young lad nearly stopped the Pony there and could Havo got safely out of the cart then but he Clung to the reins and started on Down third Street. At the crossing on Jackson Street the boy was thrown Forward upon the Pony and bystanders say he was kicked in the stomach. Again to recovered his seat but the cart striking the Bank where the new sewer is being Laid overturned throwing Adam violently to the ground the Pony ran on Down Street and men rushed to the Aid of the fallen youth. As they came to him he said a a dazed Way a where am i a and then As they lifted him to his feet a i can to i can to these were the last words he Ever uttered. He was carried into the House of Henry Harris near by and Laid upon a bed. He Only groaned a Short time then his lips turned purple and his Young life had ended. Drs. Powell Thacker and Stevens examined the body but found no Marks that would show he had been kicked to death and the general theory seems to be that he died from fright or the violent fall from the cart stopped the movement of his heart. The boy was in years of age and highly esteemed by everyone who knew him. His untimely death was Felt by the people of the City almost As a common sorrow and the family have the sympathy of All. There is More Catarrh in this Section of the country than All other diseases put together and until the lust few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great Many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable science has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease Ami therefore requires constitutional treatment. Halls Catarrh cure manufactured by f. J. Cliency a co., Toledo Ohio is the Only constitutional cure on the Market it is taken internally in doses from to drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon the blood and mucus surface of thes Sutin. They offer one Hundred dollars for any Case it Falls to care. Send for pm a Lars and testimonials. Address f. J. Cheney a co., Toledo o. Jug told by druggists 75c. April seventy four ballots were taken before the Defiance school Board could elect a president. That a worse than some juries can do. What eternal stayers the members of that Board must be monumental Park will to soon in better shape than Ever. The school Board is fixing it up putting in More shrubbery and Dowers will soon be planted about it. Williana Espital tells me that he will occupy his new store room with his Stock of furniture As soon As he completes the residence portion in the rear a i see said a Young Man to me on monday a that you sometimes print poetry in the Man about town column. Now pm a poet and will be glad to help you out any time. Here a one on the burglary when the burglars come again and the thieves our cops defy ill pack my goods into my grip and to Brunersburg ill Fly. A and Here a another on Spring the Maumee has burst from its Fetters of Lee i to raft Man now rides in great glee Tho mules Are kicking and prancing about As Tho canal boat glides Over the sea. A next week a said he sadly a i will have some More a and he disappeared in the gloaming. Pc a i wonder when our Defiance daily paper will become wholly a Why do you Usk Quot a because it is leaning that Way very much lately. For instance on tuesday an editorial from the Toledo Bee was copied bodily As editorial without credit. The article was a masked attack upon Robert p. I Porter the next census enumerator and a i Man known to Day As the greatest statistician in the United states outside of those who hold government positions where collecting statistics is a part of their business. I have no patience with a Man who cannot discern further than to reprint an attack on such a Man and Palm it off As a Tho Man about town wonders when Street cars will run in Defiance when the boys will organize a club in base Ball science. When the thugs in North Defiance will be arrested or get Hurt. When the Side streets will All be cleaned of t he Little piles of dirt when the elegant repairs will be made upon the Russell hotel. When the old canal will be freed of the exasperating smells. How Frank Clemmers a be elected if he a nominated. Where the police will find the goods lately a fourth invoice of beaded wraps on Sale now at Heller a. Beer bullies Aud bumps. North Defiance has a gang of toughs. They raise particular Cain on sunday congregating to drink stale Beer and let themselves Loose generally last sunday night they got into a Row at a House in the third Ward kept by mrs. Troxel and Frank Buck received a gush in his head from a shovel. He focused win. Rice a son in Law of mrs. Troxel of hitting him. The time is Ripe for this gang to be squelched a from the bundles of Wall paper going out of Bechely Swo Are led to think to has a monopoly of the business in this line. His Low prices Tell the Story. C. L. S. C7 the o. S. L. C. Will meet at Tho Homo of mrs. B. F. Shelly Corner of Jefferson and first streets monday evening april 29th, at 7 30 i music. Devotional exercises quotation from hymns. Hochre Tarys a report. Business. Roll Calls quotations about Flowers. Lessons questions on zoology april Chautauqua. Music. Paper Rev. B. W. Slagle. Reading a a Tho Hingert Whittier miss me Lovington. Pronouncing Chautauqua. Tost questions Michael Faraday Aud greek Art. Music. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12, Good farm baud to work on farm i mile South of Ayersville. Thomas d. Harris. Of around the Coart House. Real estate transfers to the amount $22,210.00 were recorded last week. The commissioners of Paulding county were conferring with Defiance county commissioners Friday concerning a joint ditch. Frank l thallium was taken to the Toledo Asylum for the insane on wednesday. He is 07 years of ago and has been very intemperate. Alcohol being the supposed cause of his insanity. Where the p hypothecated How men get drunk on sunday when the saloons Are closed up tight Why policemen never happen round when there a a bloody fight. A Why is a woman throwing at a Hen like the Defiance gun club a a asked a mean Man of me monday. I knew what he wanted me to say for he surmised that i had been up to the usual morning shoot but death should have come to me on the spot before i should have gone Back on the hospitality of the club in asking me to stand and see them Blaze away. No the answer a because she never hits what she tries to a would never fall from my lips. The gun club shoots at Blue rocks which Are so called because a Man is usually Bine after he tries to hit them and wants to throw rocks at the rest for laughing at him. The rocks Are fired into the air and the sportsman blazes away his shot sometimes taking Matthias g. Iti Tenhouse will be taken to the Asylum for the insane at Toledo. Ile has become Yery violent and is dangerous. Marriage licenses have been granted since last publication to Horace g. Dyarman and Clara f. Bando Joseph Mohr and Nellie Nelson f. H. Pearce and pm in a b. Farnsworth John w. Hull and Adda l. Dunlap Frank b. Grossman and Ida b. M Lier Frank Lafountaine and Josephine m Irshal Abraham Smith and Minnie m Ocellus Jacob a. Gares and Fannie a Pattee Daniel Huffman and Sarah Morris we. 8. Shoup and Nellie Mick Abraham Golden and Mary Mccracken Joseph a. Williamson Anil Adella j. Miller we. In Cartwright and Clara Crowell William Kansier and Lecta Evoe William Henley and Mollie Houser. Be. N. Lewis Trade in Wall paper is immense. Call and see patterns and learn prices. Amusements. Gettysburg was received with a full House. The paintings shown were very Fine but Gen. Mulhollandl a description was not As realistic As it might have been. Nim. Of Cartright and Ida Gruell were married by Squire w. C. Travis tuesday. Cunt. J e. Case Beer was in town monday and tuesday shaking hands with friends. �?15. Bitter of Napoleon was in Tho City monday night to attend Tho fireman a Ball. A Dan Harmon went to Dayton tuesday evening to attend the g. A. Ii. Encampment. A Bort Brown the Cornelist has gone to grand rapids mich., to play in an orchestra. A mrs. F. Kuttner returned from a two weeks visit to att a and Peru ind. Saturday. Henry Martin was in Toledo last week attending Tho wedding of his brother s wife a sister. A judge Slagle and daughter of Pittsburg pa., Are the guests of Rov. Ii. W. Slagle his brother. Of. P. Felt of Warsaw. Ind., who has been visiting John Hamm wont to Cleveland o monday. Or. James Masten and wife of Westfield pa., have been visiting at a c. Davison a this week. A no h. Halo and son of Baltimore md., Are visiting in the City the guests of or. And mrs j. W. Childs miss Rowland of Edgerton delivered several pleasing recitations at the pie social wednesday evening red. Allen Chus. Harrison and r. K. Scott of Napoleon were in the City attending the fireman s dance monday evening. A Henry c. Long of spoken Falls Washington to who has been visiting Here some time returned to his Home wednesday a Abraham Smith and miss Mintlo Marcellus were married by Rev. G. In. Ruoker at Tho Bride s Home last wednesday evening. Mrs. Ii. C. Chappell who has been visiting her parents or. And mrs c. 15. Squire returned to Hor Homo at Indianapolis monday. A miss Grace Woodward of Independence returned thursday from Waterloo Iowa where she has been teaching in Iowa College prof Hermann Gardner of the Deshler schools was in Tho City saturday and Sun Day if intends to attend some medical col logo soon. A miss Christie Anna Tom Olomari of Brunersburg. Who has been seriously ill with Broncho pneumonia is again Able to enjoy the pure air. A mrs. M. In. been via iting ten weeks with friends in Tiffin has returned to her Home in Brunersburg accompanied by her daughter Paulding Republican a atty. K. E. Shuster went to Defiance yesterday on , j. Prettyman of Tho firm of Carroll a co Defiance 0�?z called on his Many grocery customers hero tuesday. Or. A l. Scott mrs. B. W. Slagle mrs. E. Phelps mrs. Florence Holgate arid mrs. Strong Are attending the convention of the Northwestern Board of woman a foreign missions of the presbyterian Church at fort Wayne. Al. E. Beardsley and wife t. A Carroll and wife miss Nora Stephens mrs. Annie Al press Charles Kesselmeyer of Defiance and Jacob Adams Stewart Gaylord of Ayersville left tuesday for the g. A. Ii. Encampment at Dayton Ohio. Holgate times mrs. Anna Bonn and miss Sarah Bisou of Defiance were guests of the former smother mrs Emma Birler left for Defiance monday where she will attend the Normal school. Vesty Bider Well of Defiance was in the City saturday. A or. A. Valdrich was very pleasantly hut sunday the 14th, by Bis father Mother Ami Sisters who presented him with numerous presents to celebrate Bis 21st. Birthday. Or. And mrs a. Presented to him a deed of a town lot that lies nearly in the heart of the Eity. Stryker Advance of. In. Prettyman has engaged for the summer with Medary a son contractors and builders of Defiance. Fred can it Timber together with any of them. Rev. H. A Roberts presiding elder Defiance Lichi quarterly meeting at Springfield Chapel last saturday and . No 13. Stubbs paid Defiance a business trip last thursday. We powder the purest and Best is made Only of strictly pure grape Cream of tartar strictly pure bicarbonate of soda and a Small portion of flour As a preservative nothing else whatever and is warranted entirely free from Alum ammonia phosphates Lime and All the adulterants frequently found in baking powders. The character of materials used their purity and the nicety of their combination Render Cleveland a Superior baking powder the most healthful and most economical in use and it always affords wholesome nutritious and delicious food. It is recommended for purity Healthfulness and efficiency by government and state chemists chemists of boards of health and professors in institutions of learning throughout the country. Sold Only in cans full weight. Cleveland Brothers. Albany n. Y is a a 11 j to f la it tilt machine the Novelty it offers notion toil i from of fran wheel to bundle Currier Orelo sed up fit Erin i a t a no Hort ape preen tangled weedy foul straight and been Iemma h /irie8v by to Lin machine in Bett Ltd re Tyle than a Ever before w mechanical ideas applied in this machine the banners Tje to a a %apij1� machi3e company is Able to offer to Specter strictly two horse binding Harvester of the Best Quality in ail re for Sale by Daoust amp Blanchard Defiance. A. Ii. Schlientz excursion to new York via the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. April 27th and 28th, for the Centennial inauguration of Washington april 23th and 30th. The b. A o. Will sell round trip excursion tickets to new York City on the above Date at very Low rates these tickets will be Good for passage on the limited Vest baled trains without additional charge via Washington d. O�?T., Baltimore and Philadelphia to new York passengers can also go via Pittsburgh pa., if they desire to. No route offers so Many Impi Octant cities on one As the picturesque and historic b. A 0. For rates time of trains Etc., apply to passenger or ticket agents of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad or to w. E rep pert division passenger agent Columbus Ohio. Money and real estate. I have Money to loan in any Aura wanted the Moat desirable Beal estate in the City and county and represent Tho safest and most reliable life Accident and Tho insurance companies. Geo. Vav. Watkins nol of Over Harley a lion store. Cheapest. Slate roofing. Bost. Persons who intend putting on roofing would do Well to Call at tills office and get prices for the Best slate roof. All work fully warranted. Richards amp son no32. Stryker or Defiance been disposed of. Owing however to the Large Trade and constant Call for jewelry Fine and cheap watches clocks and general goods in my line several new invoices have been purchased which we still sell at the old prices. I must sell this entire Stock before i move into my new store room now almost completed. Remember this. A. L. Schlientz. One door North of Martin s furniture Street. Binding. Twine the Best in the Market. Buy now when twine is Low. It pleases everybody. A even change try them. Is the Best live cent Cigar. �?�50,000 to loan on Long time on improved farms at the lowest rate of interest. Privilege of paying Back before due in sums to suit you. No life insurance required. Call on 18tf ii. G. Baker atty at Law. Loose s red Clove pills cure sick headache dyspepsia indigestion constipation 25c per Box 5 boxes for $1. Furl Sale at Colby a Scott a. Nolt by at the agricultural implement store j. J. Kahlo in Bro. Of ook a Cotton Root Mph Ltd to of Cotton Root i itty in a Penny Royal Stu Cem fully urn month if. Safe effectual Homant. La by mail Wordrup slut. So Al it l Mur Alcolar itt amp mrm. I Mitten a to Pond Lily company 131 Woodward ave., Detroit i s. Sold by druggists Defiance. O. Buy your furniture of William Nespital fines line of furniture in Hie City to durable and cheap. Largest Stock of mouldings for picture frames done to forget the place. Three doors North court House Clinton Street.  >1033 William Nespital. A week is elegant new styles. Best ladies Hose made for 25 cents per pair. A great bargain warranted fast Black Hose 2 pair for 26 cents Harley a lion store

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