Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio 8 Feb 1889
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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - February 8, 1889, Defiance, Ohio
Defiance county Ohio Friday february 8, 188 written Kob the Republican and express. School team hubs will find the finest. Assortment Tek bbutheb8 with mad Anthony Wayne secure some bargains for the next few Days Reward cards kept by any House in Northwestern Ohio at prices that cannot be duplicated elsewhere at Colby Scott a drug and Book store Defiance Ohio. Defiance machine works of every kind. Leather Ani rubber belting saws saw Arbor Emery wheels Hose Fine cleaners wrought galvanized and Lead pipe Gas fixtures globes Etc., Etc. Saws repaired and re fitted Defiance machine works not in Defiance Ohio $3.75 dress pattern for Only $2.13. North Richland a in e l Fluter is suiting at Allen Mich sch Tirle la Nderson and de Bixby were at Findlay last week. A in in inn m Jim and Chicken pox Are raging in this Vicinity. A Sparrow Hunt not Independence last saturday. I 70 sparrows were killed. A a Orff Duncan of Holmes comity is visiting ins Uncle Thomas Elliott and family. Of or. Nancy inn Tun is very poorly at this writing with but Little Hopes of her recovery. A or. And mrs. Al Innman of Butler ind., have been Here the past three weeks visiting relatives. A mrs. Grace Harper of Ridgeville is in attendance at. Tho bed bide of her sister mrs. Nancy inn Nan. A a mrs. Fannie Clemens and children Defiance was the guests of relatives and friends Here a few Days kist week. A mrs. J. I Elliott has fallen heir to a Nice Little sum of Money loft her by in Uncle who has recently died in new Orleans. A a de Aud master Philip i Mon of Bryan Are visiting their Uncle and it Eli Ott and family. A or. And mrs Levi Hho tip of Montpelier visited with mrs. Shoup s parents or. And mrs. John Minsel a few Days last week. A died monday j Nuary. 21st, 1889, at Jewth Perry on of Vav. Urn c. Spool aged i i yers 8 months and 27 Days. Funeral services at the u. B. Church tues Chas. E. Bronson real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. A George Gubb is wrestling with Tho mumps. Red. Elater moved his household goods to Deli inc saturday. A Perry Weaver has improved Bis premises with a new wind pump. Al. Trow i Ridge has been getting out Tim her for a new barn on ids farm Here. A mrs. Hardy in aged indy of Holgate is with her sister mrs. Chaa Smith. A Silvis Carver of Toledo has been visiting an i friends Here the past week. A quite a number from this place at to cued the funeral of mrs. Inn Man at Ridgeville Sabbath. A matter waiter Sapp of Holgate has the guest of his grandpa nth or. And mrs n. Vandusen Tho past week. A North Blo Laud is without a Constable at present toe one elected last Spring was notified by his Bondsmen that they would not serve any longer and he has As yet failed to procure others. A died february 1st, i sep at Independence utter a lingering illness of cancer mrs n incy inn Nan. Mrs. Inn Nan was born in Boss comity. Ohio october 12th, ih32, aged of years 3 months and 20 Days. Funeral services it Ridgeville sunday february in w Here the remains were Laid to rest in the Village cemetery. Nina. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o secure to ribs a painless perfect development mid thus prevents life Lorijo weaknesses. Sustains and soothes overworked women exha anted mothers and prevents pro Lapsus. Cures palpitation sleeplessness nervous breaking Down often preventing insanity providing a Safe change of life and a Hale and Happy old age. Reader suffering from any complaint Peculiar to the female sex Zoa Phora is Worth everything to you. For full information address Zoa Phora Medicine co., Kalamazoo Mich. Just for Sale by Colby amp Scott druggists Defiance Ohio. Woman a Friend if you gut Short of breath have fluttering p<4n in bide faint or hungry spells swollen Ankles Etc., Yon have heart disease and Don t Tail to take or. Miles new cure. Sold at n. G. Woodward a drug store. Highland Center items. A miss Maud Tracy is convalescent. A James Myers is very Low at present with lung fever. A Elm a Moon is on the sick list lung Laver being the trouble. A a Small child of mrs. Lawrence is very at present with lung fever. A toe hoop pole fac Ory owned by Maui Ford Brothers is running on Lull Lime. A died Jan. 24, infant c i id of or. And mrs. Godfrey welts of cholera inf Antum. A Calvin Smith of Defiance will move on the farm former y owned by Michael Seyfang a Charles Brown and Edward few Are in the employ of Farinon Ernsberger making Railroad tics a Jess e Smith and l Zzie Reader were the guests of Henry Wolf and Hamdy last sunday a week. A some sneak thief entered Bernard St Jirair Neiry a out door cellar and carried off a lot of cabbage. A the Farmers Are m King Good use of the Snow in this Vicinity drawing logs to the different saw Mills. A some sneak thief entered Jacob Wank s granary a Tew evenings ago an i carried away five or bushels of wheat. A the youngest child of John w. Myers departed this life Jan. 27th, of spinal fever. Toe remains were interred in the i i cemetery. A while the Young people were enjoying at a party . Blanchard a the other night some miscreants Cut and defaced a buggy drove by Isaac Foreman in u shameful manner. Here and thebe. Tif Vav v p that Are fretful peevish "vt9 Cross or troubled with Windy Colic teething pains or stomach disorders can be relieved at once a using Ackers baby soother. It contains no opium or morphine hence is Safe. Price 25 cents. Sold by for Sale by of. G. Woodward. Melchior Bros toe mothers Friend. Not Only shortens labor and lessens p in bul greatly diminishes the danger to me of both Mother and child Ltd used a few months before confinement write to toe Redfield begun Tor co., Atlanta a. Sold by All druggists. Feb. Mark township. A Orlando Smith and Chris. Schilling have moved to to better their fortunes. A seven members were taken into the Church at Potter Creek sunday As the result of the protracted meetings there. A Mark township is still away in the Lead there were to lire dances and three protracted meetings in full blast last Friday night a mrs. Boyd to Hiligan formerly of Mark Center but now living in California Mich., has been spending a few Days with the family of j. N. Lire. A John Smith and wife of Sandusky co. Ohio who have been in this Vicinity for several Days have purchased 80 acres of land near the Center a married on the evening of feb. 1st, or. E Emsworth Trox Lerand miss Ida Cottrell. The ceremony was performed at the res Donee of g. H. Long j p. The local correspondent wishes them abundant happiness and Prosperity and Freddy we sometimes sin Oka _ a go where you will you will find peple using or bulls cough syrup and unanimous in its Praise. I suffered most severely from rheumatism during the Winter. After using salvation of two d is the pain entirely subsided and now i am a Well Man. W. K Kurtz Baltimore my. And Short hand school. Is Library building Cor. Summit and Madison ste., Toledo o. A leading representative of practical business education devoted to the preps ration of Young men and women for the duties of Active business life. A finely dirndl ated catalogue containing description of course of study rates of tuition conditions of admission Etc., Etc., wid be mailed to any address free. Board Aud room $3 per week. A a. W. Melchior c. In. Melchiora hoc Date. Principal. It makes you hungry a i have used Paine s celery compound and it a has had a salutary if a effect. i aka amp de the system and 1 Tea a 111 eel like a new ii y Man. It improves tie Ancl facilitates doges j. T. Cope land Primus s. celery compound is a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant to the taste Quick in its action and without any injurious effect it gives that rugged health which makes everything taste Good. It cures dyspepsia and Kindred disorders. Physicians prescribe it. . Six for 85.00. Druggists. Wells Richardson it co., Burlington it. Spring Medicine Means More now a Days than it did ten years ago. The want prof 1888-89 Haslet the nerves All tagged out. The nerves must be strengthened the blood purified liver and bowels regulated. Paine a celery compound the Spring Medicine of to Day does All this As nothing else can. Prescribed by physicians recommended by druggist endorsed by ministers guaranteed by the manufacturers to Bethe Best Spring Medicine. A in the Spring of 1887 i was All run Down. I would get up in Hie morning with so tired a feeling and was so weak that i could hardly get around. I bought a bottle of Paine a celery compound Aud before i Hod taken it a week i Felt very much better. I can Csc fully recommend it to All who need a building up and strengthening mrs. B. A. Dow Burlington pure this powder never varies. A Marvel of purity strength and wholes niness. More economical than the Ordinary kind Aud cannot be sold in Competition with the multitude of Low test Short weight Alum or phosphate powders. Sold Only in cans. Royal baking Bowder cd., Ioc Wail St. . Nol color anything any color. Sever pad always turd nourishes babies per fret the physician s favorite. Diamond dyes lactate food
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