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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - August 1, 1895, Defiance, Ohio Base Bull supplies. Special prices to managers clubs. Woodward a drug store. 40 60 5 8 20 26 16 18 to 12 to 15 8 12 60 i 00 60 i 00 85 i 5 8 8 12 8 to 7 14 9 12 7 to Defiance Price current corrected thursday aug. I 1895. By c. A Cass. Provision Masset. ,.wholesale retail. Apples Green per Bushel. Apples dried per la. Beeswax. Butter. Quot 16 eggs per dozen. Boney. Lard.�?�. Onions per Bushel. So potatoes per Bushel. Go Beans .85 tallow. Quot 5 cheese to. G Pickle pork. Country Bacon. Smoked Ham. Smoked shoulders.,�?T. 7 meat Market. Corrected by m. Schultz. Of Bice paid. Beef. Fore Quarter. Beef Hind Quarter. Veal calf dressed. Sheep dressed. Pat hogs foot. Hog dressed. Poultry Market. Corrected by h. P. Miller. Price paid. Chickens Young. Chickens old. Turkeys live. Ducks. Geese. Flour and Mill feed. Corrected by a. Groweg amp son. Selling Price. Patent flour. 49 la sack. Best family. Second Graham 12 la sack. Rye flour per 55 lbs. Bolted la sacks. Chons per cwt. Meal per cwt. Middling per cwt. Bran per cwt. Oil meal per screenings per by. Pelts. Corrected by h. P. Miller. Price paid. Hides salted. 7 hides Green. 6 sheep pelts. Lo@40 seeds. Alsyne no. 1. 5 no Alsyne no 2.�?� 4 corrected by a. Groweg amp son Grain Hay and Straw. Price paid. Wheat new. Wheat. Oats. Rye. Corn shelled. New Corn per cwt. Hay bulk Timothy per ton. 13 00 Hay bulk Clover per ton. To 00 Straw bulk per ton. Selling Price. Corn. Oats. A Hay baled Timothy per cwt. Hay baled Clover per cwt Quot. Straw baled per bale.40 to 50 Salt. Corrected by a. Groweg a son. Selling Price. New York per bbl. $1 009040 20 40 5 6 6 Choo her i 30 i 95 25 i 20 i to i to 85 85 i 50 4 Michigan per bbl Dairy 56 Pound sacks. Dir a 28 pounds sacks Lump Rock per cwt strictly High Grade at Bottom prices at rag. T t to the Jewler. Central. House Ritj it a mrs. G. W. Weisenberger is sick. A a Kim Rakestraw is reported some better today. A Billie Gleason is cleaning the area ways at the citizens opera House. A mrs. Jacob Widmer is moving her household goods to Toledo today. A the Wabash railway is going to build a new 34,000 Hospital at Peru ind. A prof. Gessner�?T8 band 20 pieces will go the excursion to Jones Landing ind., sunday aug. 4. Pc. C. Kuhn has purchased m. Schultz a plumbing shop and moved the Stock to his place this morning. A the county commissioners Are in Bryan today trying to arrive at some conclusions regarding that Evansport Bridge. A the altar society social at the Home . And . M. B. Gorman last evening was a delightful affair and was very largely attended. A Well casing has been scarce for sometime but c. C. Kuhn has just received a Large Stock two and three Inch casing. Will be sold at Rock Bottom prices. 33 2t a Geo. Mallett will go to Cecil tomorrow where he will erect a Tine Monument Over the grave the late Hon. Lou Gordon. It will be the finest in the cemetery at Cecil. A the game at Paulding tuesday resulted in a Victory for Defiance by a score 21 to 14. The Home team did Well enough so far As runs Are concerned but what was the sense allowing the other to get 14 ? a mrs. Anna Kern wife Anthony j. Kern residing ten Miles North this City died wednesday at 4 p. Rn., spinal fever aged 22 years and 8 months. The funeral will occur Fri a Moorning from the North Ridge Catholic Church. A Charley the 12 year old son Robert Clifton fell from a Street car in East Defiance wednesday evening and dislocated his right Elbow. Or. M. B. Stevens was called to attend the boy. This is the boy that was recently Hurt at the court House. A we. Mcfarland will move into his new borne this week. A Rudy Markle has moved into his new House Harrison Street. A Bill Marcellus traded his Shelly Colt to l. Conkle thursday. A Oscar m. Smith and Ella l. French have been licensed to wed. A . And mrs. Chas. Wiler hop Kin Street East Defiance have a new boy baby at their Home. A the mrs. Gleason House Holgate Avenue occupied by j. J. Jarvis is being repaired and some additions made to it. A Jay Harley made a run 124 Miles his wheel sunday. A the Defiance machine works shipped a lot machines to Norway saturday. A sheriff a. Tuttle took Julian Daoust to the Toledo Asylum this morning. A . And mrs. De. Pfister Harrison Street have a new girl baby at their Home. A John mccolli8ter had his buggy torn up up a runaway team at Bryan saturday. Both he and his wife were thrown out the vehicle but were not Hurt much. A prof. J. H. Smith was thrown from a Wagon at Bryan saturday and Hurt one his feet severely. He is crutches. A the Defiance military band will go to North Baltimore August 29th to play at the Street fair. It will also take part in the band contest that Day. A the bans marriage were published for the first time Between j. M. Weisenberger and miss Mary Sieren at the St. Mary a Catholic Church yesterday. Pc. C. Kuhn has just received a Large Stock two and three Inch Well casing. Call and see him before you buy. 33-2t a a. W. Leach North Richland delivered 60 bushels number one Alsyne seed to h. P. Miller amp son thursday for which he received $5.25 per Bushel. Or. Leach has 2,000 bushels new wheat which he will hold for $1. Or. Leach is a Tiptop Farmer. A Schlosser amp Burt sold a Turnbull Wagon to John Koch Defiance Friday and a buggy to c. Wurm Charloe. A . Jonas Hager Junction has been critically ill the past week. He was stricken with paralysis last monday last week. He is now in his 72nd year. A the English lutherans have rented the Church at the Corner third and Washington streets a the infant child Peter Kuntz died at the Home its grandparents . And mrs. Burtch Harrison Street Friday at 12 clock. The funeral occurred at 3 p in. Saturday. A we. Ort who clerks in m. B. Gormanos grocery is Down with sciatic rheumatism. A Frank Graves was released from the county jail Friday. He is under a Bond 3100. Society and personal. What our people Are doing at Home and abroad. Nor Frank Ferguson is visiting in walk. Miss rate Lewis has returned from Bryan. E. B. Caswell is in Toledo business today. Miss Helen Brown is visiting friends and relatives in Ney. Miss May Shannan Holgate is visiting friends in this City h. B. Lewis has returned from a business trip to Hicksville. Miss Jessie Mccullough returned from a visit at Bryan last evening. Miss Flo Spangler left this morning for an extended visit at Danville ills. Mrs. Link and son Henry it. Wayne Are the guests mrs. Link Martin. Mrs. John Cunningham and mrs. Pete Shannon drove to Florida this morning. Mrs. Link and son it. Wayne nd., Are the guest c f . And mrs. Nicholas Martin. Mrs Fanny Dillman and miss Millie Wilhelm will leave in the morning for a visit at it. Jennings and Delphos. Miss Dode Benica and miss Etta 3rown, will return this evening from a visit with friends at Ridgeville Corners. Miss Reba Abell left Over the Wabash at noon today for Harbor bar mich., where she will spend her vacation. Awarded highest honors world s fair Cream most perfect made a pure grape Cream tartar powder. Free Tom ammonia Alum any other adulterants 40 years the Standard red Shessler has just completed the Job painting the steel ceiling in Harley a amp Whitaker a store. It is a handsome Job and adds very much to the appearance the room. Pc. C. Kuhn put up a wind Mill for Albert Weber in Noble township Friday. A John Marshall has been appointed guardian the minor heirs Joseph Bohn deceased. A Oscar Page and Mary Leah Higgins this City were married by Squire Halier Brunersburg at 8 clock thursday evening. A Henry Wilson is putting a water heating system in his House Thurston Street. It is the Volunteer system and said to be one the Best extant. A the g. A. R. Boys who were at Bryan saturday say that the old veterans reviewed by gov. Mckinley out numbered the National guard. They had a splendid time. A mrs. Francis Jarvis the venerable Mother j. J. And w. G. Jarvis and mrs. W. S. Powell died at her Home in Piqua sunday morning. The funeral occurred wednesday. A a. J. Weisenburger a son i. B. Weisenburger this City has been elected vice president and seere tary the Peck milk company Chicago 111. This is one the biggest companies the kind in the City and handles Over 29,000 Gallons milk per Day. W. J. Has been with the company a Long time and we Are glad to hear his promotion. A Tom waterhouse while Way Down in Maine in june had a pleasant Tete a Tete with Tom Reed. Tom and Tom went to school together and were quite chummy in Days Lang syne. They visited the old school House to Gerber and recalled Many pleasing incident their boyhood and school Day lives. Tom w. Went into the army and Tom r. Went to Congress. After the War Tom w. Came Westward and became a Buckeye but Tom r. Stays by the Pine tree state with an Eye fixed the presidency. If he gets there Hope hell continue to remember his boyhood Friend Tom Democrat. A mrs. Owen Delaney was murdered at her Home in Deshler sunday evening. Her head was crushed in with a car coupling pin. The husband the woman is believed to be the murderer. Sex sheriff Ewing Mark township was in the City tuesday with a Load very Fine potatoes the Best we have seen marketed this season. The Black lands Mark township produce great crops. A John Vav. Lynde put a pair thre buckle plow shoes tuesday and left for the wilds Highland township where he will assist John a. Foust in threshing. The two Johns will take turns carrying water and bossing the Job and loafing in the Shade. Divorce granted. $1 a Day House Clinton Street Between 4th and 5th. Lucy Percy is Given charge her children and granted Alimony. The divorce Case Lucy Percy is. Frank Percy was heard in probate court monday afternoon. Mrs. Percy was granted a divorce Given charge the two children and was granted $300 Alimony. Percy did not appear. Hubbard amp Hockman were the attorneys for the plaintiff. Attention National unionists. A Al Nagle Lewis drug store is the sick list. A the Junior league will give an entertainment in the Church Friday night. August 9th. A Joe Bauman South Ridge was fined $5 and costs by the mayor this morning for being intoxicated. A Newt Bronson goes to Fremont tomorrow to play with the band there during the great Celebration at that place. A the ladies the helping hand society will give a dime reception with mrs. Bell at the Home Henry Newbegin Jackson Street Friday evening. Lunch from 7 to to. A the a a Hose Trade Between l. Conkle and Young Jack Reuter was consummated tuesday. Jack delivered the Gold watch first presented to Conkle and took his White Pony. The attachment suit in Justice Ansberry a court will now be dropped. Conkle did not propose to be hogged with a cheap watch. Washington township. Mrs. Fethers Perrysburg is rising . And mrs. Will Strusaker. Mrs. Andrew Bostater has been the sick list. Rev. Clark preached his Farewell Sermon for this conference year at Fairview Church sunday. Ney and Vicinity sent a Large number people to the Encampment at Bryan saturday. About fifty persons assembled at d e. Welkert a Home saturday evening t being his 40th birthday. The company had a Good sociable time with ice Cream and supper which All enjoyed. Gottlieb Goffer wife and daughter Angola iud., have been visiting Here for two weeks. Chas. Jackson and wife Angola Are visiting Here. John c. Bowman died july 18th a paralytic stroke. His sickness was Short duration. Funeral occurred the 19th at the m. E. Church at Ney Rev. Colgan officiating. The remains were interred in the lutheran cemetery. He leaves a wife and three daughters mrs. Gottlieb Goffer mrs. Charles Jackson and mrs. William Strosacker. P. M. Crago was married in Chicago july 13th. Marion Hartshorn and wife Mark Center visited his parents . N. W. Hartshorn and wife saturday and sunday. Sunday school convention at fair View saturday 27th. Mrs w. H. Mueller returned from unexpended visit thursday. She had been visiting at her former Home in the state Virginia. Especially officers and members Anthony Vayne Council no. 88. You Are hereby invited to meet with the Ayersville Council no. 728, thursday evening aug. 1st, 95, at i. O. O. Of Hall in this City. The Ayers Ville Council will have five candidates to be initiated. It is the desire this Council to have the officers Anthony Wayne Council take charge the meeting and to give the candidates the Goat degree. 722t a reduced rates Are offered to Columbus by agents the Nickel plate Road for the y. P. C. Union aug. 21st 25th. D 75-w 34 to a Louis Degginger has a Pear tree his lot Harrison Street that is Well Worth seeing. Nearly every limb it has to be propped up because the heavy Burden fruit it carries. A the evangelical sunday school convention will be held at Linwood Park Vermillion o., aug. 7th, and Low rate excursion tickets will be available via the Nickel plate Road. Ask agents. D 75-w 34 to a lost a silk umbrella with oxidized Silver handle with the initials a a a b by. Thought to be lost Between first and Wayne and third and Clinton streets. Finder will receive Reward by returning to Kittner a clothing store. A mrs. B. F. Deamer fell some months ago and fractured her hip. Recently the ladies the w. R. C bought and presented her with a Fine valid chair which she used today for the first time the streets by making . And mrs. De Mallett a pleasant visit. A mrs. O. D. Loveridge and miss Annette Hooker will give a dime reception for the presbyterian ladies Aid society wednesday evening july 31st from 7 to to clock at the Home miss Hooker. Remember dates and attend. Ice Cream and cake will be served 71 3t a Thomas Schiltz a Glaize township Paulding county purchased handsome buggy from j. J. Kahlo amp co. This morning. A Defiance six Section roller was also run out for John mood Defiance township. These rollers Are made by the Defiance machine works. Powder flask exploded. 3l-4m a at Sandusky The state convention knights pythias will be held August 6th to 12th and excursion rates will be authorized the Nickel plate Road. A d 75-w 36 to Flag festival. To be held in Highland township wednesday August g. A Flag festival will be held at Tho Nom Jacob Adams near Ayers vile wednesday August 6. A literary and musical program will be rendered. Refreshments will be sold the proceeds to be applied to the Purchase a Flag for the Roth school. All Are invited. Shoemaker Bros. Big Angust Sale. By the immense number three Quarter Sheet posters being turned out the Republican express Job rooms for the Large dry goods House Shoemaker Bros we notice that the firm Are the Trail for Trade and Are speaking to Tho people in no Uncertain sound. Getting ready for fall Trade. A gentleman called at this office today and was admiring the workmanship an immense stack new catalogues just completed for c. Geiger amp son the Well know furniture manufacturers this City. Thousands dollars Are annually shipped out Defiance by some our big concerns in Exchange for catalogues which is we think a mistake for which Defiance printers themselves Are to blame in a measure. A big printing concern is in fact a great manuf turning concern and with All patronage Home institutions courthouse Job work included kept at Home there would be room for All plants in the City. Low rates to Linwood Park Vermillion Are offered during the summer months by the Nickel plate Road. A delightful summer resort d 75-w 34 to St. Johns Tower. Suggested that an Aro Light placed in the spire be it has been suggested that if a clock is to be put in the Tower at St. Johns Catholic Church Corner fourth and Jackson streets that ground Glass be used As dials and that the figures be put in Black. The City could then be asked to put an arc electric Light in the Tower and the Public could thus learn the time at any hour the Day night by simply glancing at the clock in the Tower. Th3 St Johns Church Tower will be a strikingly commanding figure when completed and the placing an arc Light Back ground Glass dials would make a pleasing picture. Why cannot it be done 6 0/ / Money to loan real estate amounts at r. W. Wortman Clinton and third St Defiance A. Krotz tis popular so Lacre ,8 new building Clinton amp St Between fourth and fifth St who has the choicest Stock 01 groceries in the City. Causand see. I death Lizzie schmick. Bright lady and successful teacher called by the grim reaper. Miss Lizzie daughter . And mrs. Henry schmick died at her Home Clinton Street this morning at 6 15 clock after an illness three weeks typhoid fever. The deceased was born in Defiance August 22,1868, and lacked less than a month being 27 years old. Miss schmick was educated in the Public schools the City and graduated in Juno 1887. The following fall she commenced teaching in the schools Here and continued the work up to the time her demise. She was a quiet studious girl caring very Little for society but much attached to her books. She was an excellent teacher and has a Host friends who will regret her untimely death. Miss schmick recently made a trip to Mackinac with a party friends from this City returning three weeks ago. She was not feeling Well when she went away and did not improve during her visit in the upper Lake Region. On the Way Home she Felt so much worse that she left the boat at Detroit Aud came through by rail. She then took to her bed and gradually grew worse until death claimed her. The funeral will occur from the House saturday afternoon Rev. J. A Milfs St. Paul m e Church officiating. The family will have the sympathy All in this sad affliction. Ii Delegate disappears never returned prom the Christian Endeavor convention at Boston. Mrs. E. T. Gardiner Arcadia. Passing . D. P. Aldrich. If children Cly for Emerald township Fine rain Friday night. Farmers Are threshing. Frank Bringard was Here saturday. Frank Hurter is doing excellent work with his Cyclone Stacker. Children a Day at Forest Grove was a grand Success. A Long program and a Large crowd in attendance. The Young folks this Vicinity surprised Gertrude Kochel Friday evening it being her 18th birthday. A Large crowd was in attendance to enjoy the music furnished by the Antwerp string band. A better time Coul it i not be asked for. E h. Mcbride Paulding is visiting Here. The game Ball played by the shamrocks and the b amp Defiance was the Best Ever played the shamrocks ground. Score 3 to 5 in favor b amp . Irvin Renollet and family spent sunday in Defiance visiting his parents. Pitchers Castoria. A what fools these mortals be a said the poet historian. The advancement civilization does not curtail the duties the fool killer and there is always plenty work advantage is taken the situation last sunday Martin Young North Richland township was out Hunting. The Bright thought struck him pouring some powder the ground and touching it off with a match. He did so and the flame reached the Quarter Pound flask which he held in his hand. An explosion followed which kept Young . Young Busy locating his head for some moments. He finally got Home and . Cameron Evansport was called to attend him. The boys face was fearfully burned. Or. Cameron says that if the powder flask had been a Little nearer Youngs head it would have blown it off. Dies at his Home in this City at 8 a. M. Today. Danforth p. Aldrich was born in Lenane county Michigan dec. 25, 1839, and died at his Home Jefferson Street this City at 8 a. In. Today Brights disease. He was married to miss Sabray Stubbs at Stryker in 1862. Or. Aldrich was educated at the Western Reserve College and after he had graduated practice Medicine for a time at Elkhart lad., Stryker Ohio and then located in this City in 1877. The deceased served three terms As Coroner this county was health officer for a time this City and was for a number years the b. Amp Physician at this Point. He has been in bad health for a number years and latterly was forced to give up practice. He leaves a wife and daughter Zella. The funeral will occur Friday at i clock p. Rn., Rev. Jacobs Bryan assisted by Rev. G. S. May this City officiating. Lifter informs her husband that she died in Boston but the records that City do not sustain the statement. Feared that she has been spirited away by thieves mysterious affair. Boston july 31.�?a most mysterious affair connected with the recent Christian Endeavor convention Here has just come to Light. Mrs. E. T. Gardiner Arcadia neb., who came Here As a Delegate to the convention has not yet returned to Lier Home and husband and. Child and the report her death Here is not supported by the records by any known facts. Mrs. Gardiner is 35 years old. She had always been apparently healthy and when her husband received from her a letter dated july 15, stating that she was about to die he was astounded. Following that latter came another signed a emr. J. Brown South Boston a which neither . Gardiner nor anyone else knows stating that the woman was dead Aud that in the inter est Economy her body would be buried Here. The death registries Bear no record any such death and detectives employed by . Gardiner have failed to find a Trace mrs. Gardiner dead alive. It is feared by some those interested in the Case that mrs. Gardiner has been spirited away by thieves who were attracted by the Large sum Money and valuable jewelry she carried while some believe she died and that her body was secured for dissection purposes. When mrs. Gardiner was in Boston she did not stay with the rest the Nebraska delegation at the regular Headquarters but with some friends who can not now be found. A confessed firebug. Pure Rich blood is essential to Good health because the blood is the vital fluid which supplies All the organs with life. Hoods Sarsaparilla is the great blood purifier. Hoods pills Are purely vegetable harmless effective does not pain Gripe. This week at Harley amp Whitaker a bargain House 2 by. Stark a bags at 13c. 2 by. American a bags at 111/2 c. 2 by. Massa Bestic bags at lie. 2 by. Climax bags at i0 4c. Cash Price. No credit. Best make 5-4 table Oil cloth at la a Yard Lei k ii. The leaders Low prices. To is but seventeen but will age in prison fast enough. Chelsea mass., july 31.�?Henry g Clark i t years old was in the municipal court Here tuesday morning charge with breaking and entering. His Case was continue Fin order to permit state fire marshal Whitcomb to prefer More serious charges against him. By his own confession the boy is one the most dangerous firebug in Massack setts. Last Spring he set fires that caused a loss More than $50,000 Young Clarks principal fires include the burning Strahand a wallpaper fac tory in Chelsea March 21 an occupied House Here March 18, and the hotel Strathmore the largest hotel Crescent Beach Revere april 12. He also broke into the first Baptist Church Here and started a fire but regretted his action in time to extinguish the flames. Clark has already served time for incendiary so. Duos grossing . And mrs. Jacob Krontz de Fiance visited John Krontz sunday. Or. And mrs. J. W. Ball were called to Paulding county by the sickness mrs. John Upp. I armers Are threshing. C. A Wood visited his father in Law g. W. Ball last week. The Surprise party at the Home Geo. Hasse Swartz was a grand affair Many guests being present from Defiance. A Good Many our people were in Bryan saturday and sunday. Geo Keyser has moved his new farm. Brown s Mills. Miss Maggie Defrange and father were in Paulding wednesday. The Ball game sunday Between the it Eulanee b. Amp Team and the six mile shamrocks was a Good one score 3 to 5, 9 innings in favor Defiance. Miss Anna Frederick visited miss Myrtle Schlegel monday and tuesday. Or. Gideon Blanchard jr., and wife drove through to Perrysburg then to Cleveland via Toledo last week Linwood Park Vermillion a delightful summer resort located the South Shore Lake Erie. Excursion tickets via the Nickel plate Road offered during the summer d 75-w 34 to when baby was sick we gave her Cantoria. When she was a child she cried for Castor in. When she became miss she thing to Cantoria. When she had children she gave them Castoria a for the knights a. F maccabees convention at Cleveland o., aug. 13th Stephen Ley was kicked the leg to 15th the Nickel plate Road offers by his mule wednesday. Or. Philip Blanchard and daughter Mary went through Here to Defiance thursday. Bert Decker and William Jubenville visited East Junction sunday. The shamrocks will go to Defiance to play a return game with the b. Amp team aug. 1st. Miss Hattie Schlegel returned Home rom Defiance monday. Or. And mrs. Isaac Lalande visited . And mrs. William Fox sunday. Samuel Marihugh moved to Defiance tuesday. Sammy gave the boys a dance before he left. This part the country was blessed with a Fine Shower Friday night. Miss Lillian Jubenville returned from a visit to Holgate saturday. Or. Anton Defrang and Jessie Brown visited near Oakwood with mrs Lucinda Stephens Jessie a sister sunday. The shamrocks six mile wishes to Challenge Centenary Ball club for a game Ball with the shamrocks. Grounds two and a half Miles West Junction. Address Samuel Renollet Junction Excursion tickets. D 75-w 34 to the Defiance Home saving and loan association has at All times Money hand to loan Long time Low rates and easy payments. We charge no commissions and employ no agents. If you want to buy build a Home have mortgage due come and see us and make your application in person. 34-12 c. B. Squire Secretary. Mark Center Farmers cutting Oats. The republicans Mark township will hold their caucus the 3rd Day August to select delegates to county convention. John b. Sarvis celebrated his 62nd birthday sunday 28th Day july. He was born july 24th, 1833. Relations invited and had a Good time with plenty edibles and ice Cream. Mrs. Sarvis is a most capable one to provide for such an occasion. William Brinck jr., arrived Home saturday night from Mississippi after an absence five years. Lots sickness prevailing in this Vicinity. Doctors have plenty to do. James a. Price and miss Effie Price f. M. Hartshorn and wife l. R. Crichfield and Fred Bailey went to Bryan saturday. L. E. Kitterman and wife were ii in Bryan saturday and sunday the youngest child . And mrs. Emanuel Ziegler died Friday night summer complaint. It was buried sunday in the Sherwood cemetery. Sparks from an engine the b. Amp R. R. Set 85 shocks wheat fire the land m. W. Dickey thursday. C. S. Walterhouse was in town saturday. He is making ties for Tho Railroad company. Teachers Public and private Mast hereafter come up to tile Standard in Manitoba. Winnipeg man., july 31. A lord Aberdeen governor general Canada has arrived Here and had a Long conference with sir John Schultz governor Manitoba. The subject their conference was the perplexing Manitoba parochial school question. Premier Greenway and several his ministers Are also conferred with Earl Aberdeen. It was ascertained that in a few Days the Dominion government will submit to the Manitoba government an amended proposition for the restoration roman Catholic schools the chief feature which proposition will be that teachers schools must pass the examinations prescribed for Public school teachers and the roman Catholic schools must in every Way come fully up to the Standard the Public schools. Think it is Carson. Allentown pa., july 31.�?george Carson one the accomplices Harr Russell Joe Kiloran and Charles Allen the Trio Post office thieves who escaped from the Ludlow Street jail a v York City three weeks ago and for whose capture a Reward $4,000 is offered is supposed to be in the Allentown jail. His heart oat place. Vanceburg ky., july 31.�?James Crawford Petersburg came into the City tuesday his Way to Cincinnati to be treated for a remarkable cardiac trouble. He claims his heart lies the right Side. He thinks the right lung is gone and that the heart dropped j Over to fill the vacant place. Verdict in tile Low suicide Case. New York july 31.�?the coroners inquest in the Case Lilian Low who was found dead in the Woods near Washington Heights a week ago resulted tuesday in a verdict suicide. Or. Thomas j. Briggs Henry t. Champney and miss Amelia k. Hansen who had been arrested upon the allegation James Low. Jr., father the girl that they had conspired to drive Lilian to her death were discharged. No evidence incriminating them in any Way was produced at the inquest. Lead mining figures. Washington july 31.�?in discussing the Lead mining Industry for 1894 the geological Survey report says that the year was one exceptionally Low prices. Mining declined and it was necessary to draw foreign sources to Supply the deficiencies. The production refined Lead in the United states has grown from 1,500 Short tons in 1825 to 219,000 in 1894. The product 1893 was the largest record amounting to 229,000 Short tons. Maceo moves. Havana july 31.�?it is reported Here that Antonio Maceo at the head 6,000 insurgents is attacking the town Jig Ani near Bayamon in the province Santiago de Cuba. General Lachambre with 2,000 troops has gone so the Relief Jig Ani. No further details Are obtainable at present. Methodist ministers Safe. London july 31.�?rumors that All the methodist ministers in China who were in grave danger Are now Safe in Shanghai has been received. They had Many narrow escapes their Way from Chang to. Courthouse burned. Fresno cal., july 31.�?the courthouse Iii this City was burned monday night. Only the Hall records was saved. The loss is estimated at $100,000, most which is covered by insurance. Probate court notice. The following accounts have been filed in the probate court Defiance county it Hilo and will be for hearing saturday the 24th Day report the condition a the first National Bank. At Defiance in the state Ohio at the close business. July la 1895. Resources. Loans and discounts. $473,527.50 oven rafts secured and unsecured 12,229.14 . Bonds to secure circulation. 50.000.00 premiums u. S. Bonds. 3.100.go stocks securities Etc. 2,000.00 banking House furniture and fixtures. 3.800.0c other real estate and mortgages owned. 23.136 25 due from National Banks not Reserve agents a. 26.09 due from state Banks and Bankers 1,640 32 due from approved Reserve agents 9,958.15 checks and other Cash items Loo notes other National Banks .859.0 fractional paper currency Nickels and cents. 59.44 lawful Money Reserve in Bank Viz specie. 27,601.25 Legal tender notes .4,000.00 redemption fund with .treasurer 5 per cent. Of circulation 31,601,25 2,250,00 total. $614,279.22 liabilities Capitol Stock paid in. 175.000.00 surplus fund. 90,000,00 undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid. 11.975-1 National Bank notes outstanding. 45.000,00 due to other National Banks .10.386.22 individual deposits subject to Check. 150,597.2 dividends unpaid. 20250 demand certificates Deposit .76.623.1 time certificates Deposit. 35,000.00 notes and Bills re discounted. 15,100,00 liabilities other than those above stated. 4,334.94 total.$614,279.22 state Ohio. County Defiance. Is. I Elbert e. Carter cashier the above named Bank do so Lemma swear that the above statement is True to the Best my knowledge and belief. Elbert e. Carter. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th Day july 18%. To Illi ail Carter notary Public corrects attest Chas. E. Slocum a w. Sla it in b. Directors. Edward Squire. J i. Foust vet Inary surgeon and dentist. T a do ate Ontario vet Inary College office at Watkins Bros. Livery stable Wayne St Defiance a night. Ohio. Calls promptly answered Day no. 33-iv second and final account George Rock Assignee for the Benefit the creditors la. P. Miller. First and final account Agnes Blede Stead. Guardian August Reyff a minor. First account Henry Bittner guardian Lena Kittner and Catharine Butner minora said account being final As to Lena. First account Michael Shultz guardian Wilhelmina Miller an imbecile. First and final account Adam min i. Executor the estate John grass deceased. First and final account Chubb e. Warner guardian Allred Warner an imbecile. First and final account g. F. Bonn guardian the minor heirs Joseph Bonn deceased. First and final account Albert Eliott administrator the estate James k. Hughes deceased. 84-3t f. A Hay probate judge. Teachers examination ii s. Teachers examinations will be held in the fall 1895 As follows Hicksville monday sept z. Defiance saturday sept. 1#, 95. Sherwood saturday sept. 28, a. Defiance saturday oct. 12/95, Hicksville saturday. Oct. 26, to. Defiance saturday nov. 9, a is Sherwood saturday nov. 23, 95. Defiance saturday dec. 7. �?~9>. Defiance saturday dec 21, 95 cab amp a g. Brown a. Baser president clerk. To the South the Louisville a Nashville Railroad will sell tickets dates and under conditions As below mentioned at one single fare foe. The round Tarp and one Way tickets at about one half the usual rate. Oates a tickets will be june i a ii july 5, Angust 7, september 4 and october 2, 1895. Tickets will be sold for the regular trains starting from Cincinnati Louisville Evansville and St. Louis and from stations our connecting lines in the North to connect with those trains. Tickets Good in return within 20 Days. Do i it to which tickets will be sold Are the principal cities towns and villages in the states Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi North and sooth Carolina Georgia and Florida. Full information cheerfully furnished upon application to Jackson Smith Civ. Pass. At Cincinnati 0. A . Atmore Gen pass. At Louisville

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