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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - February 21, 1895, Defiance, Ohio Single copies 5 cents. Tie Defiance Republican $1.50 per annul. Established 1857. Defiance Ohio thursday february 21, 1895. Foe especially Fae Call at this office. I am always ready to show parties land in this Paulding counties free of Cost. Now is your time to Purchase improved unimproved lands at a bargain. We. E. Moll a a a s,.r i�.i?dr2s2ji0< i Defiance. Ohio. Evening news disturbed the report of Hilton Wortman and Wood gives it a joint pain with Dein doer for the English Bridge in very bad 6ut and slashed february Lith the commissioners financial statement was flied in the auditors office and with it the report of the committee appointed by judge H Snook to examine it. It was signed by Walter Hilton. W. Wortman and prosecutor James b. Woods. With its usual Enterprise the re pub ican express published the report of the committee barring the testimony of the witnesses who had been called before it. The evening news which since the Day of its birth has been wrestling with a chronic Case of Colic intimated thursday that this paper had been secretly notified of the findings of the committee. The report was filed saturday feb. 9, and was published monday evening. The paper that would have to be secretly notified of a thing that had been on file in a Public office Over two Days has passed the period when it should have been buried. The news refers to this report As the work of a Republican committee but it fails to say that it was signed by the democratic prosecuting attorney James b. The Center pier said to be condition. It i rumoured that the masonry work of the Center pier of the English Bridge Over the a Glaize River South of town is in bad condition. The stones Are said to be Loose. Farm House burned. Probably the work of an not insured. Incendiary. Modern reformer. The Bouse on a farm near the Ottawa Pike recently purchased by g. A. Armbru8ter at sheriffs Sale was burned wednesday. The House was Worth about $350 $100 and was not insured. It was vacated by. Van Horn last saturday and was empty at the time it burned. It is thought the fire was probably the work of an incendiary. Prices Cut on $4.50 and $5 hand sewed Wood which Kins at one stroke the claim that there is anything partisan in Cork sole shoes to $3.69. 6 hand turned and $6 shoes $4.89. $3 and $3.50 Cork sole shoes $2.69. The report. One of the things in the report the Patent leather news objects to is the following Many of the Bills rendered to commissioners for books stationery and supplies show that the endorsement of allowance by the commissioners has been mutilated by erasure and in Many instances the figures showing the sum allowed has been scratched oat an i other figures substituted. Asa particular instance of this kind work we desire to Call attention to three death at Brunersburg. Lire. Sophia Lueders passes away at to of clock thursday night. Sophia wife of Julius Lueders died at her Home in Brunersburg thursday evening at to of clock aged 54 years 6 months and 21 Days. The deceased had been an invalid Tor the past twelve years. She leaves a husband and seven children. The funeral occurred from the m. E. Church in Brunersburg at 2 p. Sunday Rev Zucker of by Johns lutheran Church this City officiating. The sunday reprobate. i i la work we desire to Call pattern $0 and 6 hand sewed Cordovan and the second of same Date. For $2600 Kangaroo shoes $4.49, for the next 30 Days at in sheriffs Sale. Sheriffs Sale. By virtue of an order _ a a the court of common Picas of Defiance county Ohio and to me directed i will Ofir at Public Sale upon the premises in it Tead at the court House Defiance county Ohio. the 26th Day of february. A. I 1895, of Sale Issue out of Iby virtue of an alias order of Sale issued out at the hour of two of clock p. In of said Day the following described real estate to wit situated in the township of Milford counts of Defiance and state of Ohio Aud known As and being the West half a of the Northwest Quarter nil of Section thirty four 3� in town five s North Range one i East in said county of Defiance Ohio Subje-1 Aud renewing there irom two 2 acres out of the Northeast Corner of said premises Aud also resort no to said Milford township All proper rights and privileges in and to the grounds now occupied and used for school purposes in the North West Corner of said premises above d scribed leaving seventy a a seven and Twenty seven hundredths 77 z7-Ioo. Acres hereby intended to be conveyed be the same More Jos with All appurtenances thereunto belonging j taken at the suit of William a. Bratton administrator with the will annexed of in estate of epoch Hoskins deceased against theadore Long Kebe Oca Long ired Dimier and Samantha Hoskins. Appraised at i 3ljjjndrew Tuttle sheriff of Defiance county Ohio. the court of common pleas of Defiance j county. Ohio and to me directed i will offer at Public Sale at the door of the court House. In Defiance. Defiance county Ohio on the 23d Day it february a. A. 1895, t at the hour of one of clock p rn., of said Lay. The following described real estate to wit lot no. Forty five 45 on the plat of Warren had other s addition to lots in the Village nov City of Defiance in the county of defiant arum state of Ohio. Taken at the suit of lev. L. Hiland against James Tolan. Appraised at $800. A Andrew Tuttle sheriff of Defiance county. Ohio. Hubbard amp Hock Man attorneys for plaintiff. Defiance. Ohio january 19,1895. 7 t5 he attempts to get a share of Poblic printing Bat fails. The fabulous editor the Crescent and record who left the path of Reform last fall with the Hope of fattening upon a few stray fragments from the flesh pots of the democratic gang gave an encyclical letter to the Public wednesday in which he furnishes the details of How a a he saved the taxpayers $800 in the matter of the publication of the commissioners financial statement. It is Only when . Scharek has been chased out of the Bull pen that the love of the taxpayers takes full Possession of his soul. It is a matter of record that whenever he can get Public printing he always makes it a Point to charge full Legal rates for it. If he would poise As a reformer and Wear the immaculate raiment of a a Saint he should break himself of the ugly habit of taking what the Law allows the Printer for his work. Indeed if he would Shine As the brightest Sun in the firmament of Reform he would Deposit one half the Legal rates he has collected in the past upon the alter of his love for the dear people Harrison Street family hone for a fire and locate it in a bed a rather Peculiar Accident occurred at the Home of John Wolf on Harrison Street recently. Mrs. Wolf had been sick and the bed clothes had been Hung before the fire to air shortly after she had returned to the bed the family smelled something burning but although they searched from the Bottom to the top of the House the fire could not be located finally one of the neighbors was called in and discovered that the bed in which mrs. Wolf was lying was on fire. An examination showed that a Hole had been burned Down through the Feather bed and mattress. Very strangely the sick woman did not know that her bed was on fire. A Model Hall. To be dedicated by the g. R. R. Boys february Zzz. The Montpelier Leader in speaking of the g. A. Hall in that place to de dedicated february 27, says a Al though in some minor details the Hal is not quite finished it is at present very attractive. The Hall 100x20 feet divided into three rooms the Lodge Hall in front 20x58 feet. Next to this Reward new styles cards. At very Low prices. Scotts drug -. Hon. Dick Carter. Ascribes his downfall to cat rates will Start a savings Bank in Africa the Hon. Richard Carter called at this office Friday to bid the press gang Farewell. He done to know just where he is going and in the present financial condition of the country he done to care. He said he was willing to serve As janitor of the court House school j Maya houses City buildings at one hair j baby the usual rates but no one a Precia Ted his Talent and he was left to tramp the Curbstone alone and unnoticed. J he had signified Bis willingness for j for rheumatism i have found nothing equal to chamberlains Spain Balm. It relieves the pain As soon As applied. J. W. Young West Liberty A the prompt Relief it affords is alone Worth Many times the Cost 50 cents. It continued use will effect a permanent cure. For Sale by j. L. Scott. Dec . Ira p. Wetmore a prominent real estate agent of san Angelo Texas Bas used chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy in his family for several years As occasion required and always with perfect Success. He a i find it a perfect cure for our when troubled with Colic dysentery. I now feel that my outfit is not Complete without a bottle of this remedy at Home. For Sale by j. L. Scott. Dee sheriffs Sale. These two were found fastened together and were allowed a follows Springfield bindery filed Jan. 9.1894, feb. 6,189l allowed within Bill Henby get . W. Pullie l. Klun. Co. Commissioners. The dashes represent erasures of portions of the endorsement. The third Bill dated Jan. 2g, 1894, for $19 50 showing an allowance by of $18 of. The testimony of two of the commissioners is that $35 was allowed on the first two Bills and $18.00 on the second making a total of $56 of for the three Bills. A is ugly order was issued to pay All three idols being no. 1925 for $73 of being $2o.oo More than was allowed by the commissioners. In our Endeavor to arrive at the facts involved in this matter Atour request. Auditor Coombs asked for a state from the Springfield bindery covering t his matter. In response to which the following letter wus received a a Springfield Jan. 19 ,1895. Auditor Defiance county dear sir a a a enclosed find invoice of goods of nov. 16, 93.�?T Aud Jan. 3. 1894 As req sted by you. Also credit by Cash for $53.00 As paid in feb�?T94. Thanking you for favors shown and soliciting your further Orde s. We Are. Respectfully yours. Springfield bindery a per. M. W. We pre unable to learn what become of Tho difference Between the $73,00 paid on order 1925 and the $53 00 which the Springfield bindery state they received. In this connection it is also proper to say that the commissioners journal showing the Kewanee of these Bills has also been Musil it a the original figures being erased and other substituted. Sex auditor Deindoerfer makes another Blair by barring i child out. The announcement the other Day that sex auditor Deindoerfer a i called his sunday reprobate Home and Given it quarters in the Herold building so disturbed him that he has steered it off into the old quarters of the evening news Over sch Limbaugh a Saloon. The sunday paper is to be printed on the Herold presses. This Bluff will not have much effect on the Public and . Deindoerfer might As Well come Down the tree and take his sunday venture in out of the cold. It is True. Drape his person in sackcloth and Bury in the rear an j connected by folding Sake of a change to run for a Squire his head in an Ash Hopper. But no Aaron is not built that Way. His Mouth is always watering for the teat of the Golden calf he would make a habitation of the Ark of the covenant if he thought by so do doors extending the full Width of the room is the banquet Hall. In the rear of this is the Kitchen. The fixtures and furnishings in the Lodge room Are about ail new the furniture and carpets having been used to fit on the democratic ticket but even that offer had not been accepted although the per cent of the Jack pot demanded As a a Brake off a would not More than have kept him in meal and Bacon. He had demanded a share id he could get a bit of flesh even up the Han Beautiful Brussels Price necessary to print the Bowersox a Starr attorneys for 7-5t Austin plaintiff. Defiance january 18,1895. Sheriffs Sale. By virtue of an alias order of out of the court of comm Sale issued in Paffas of Defiance county Ohio and to me directed i will offer at Public Saie. At the Doo of the court House Defiance Defiance county Ohio on inc 23d Day of february a. D., 1895, at the hour of one of clock p. Mot said Day the following described real estate to wit lots number fifteen 15 and sixteen 16 in Krotz a addition to South Defiance in the i y of Detainee county of Defiance and state of at the suit of Walter a. Wood mowing and reaping machine company a corporation. Against Maria d. E. Shulty and William Shulty. Appraised at. $100. Andrew Tuttle. Sheriff of Defiance county Ohio. E. Dozer. Attorney for plaintiff. Defiance Ohio january 18th, 1895. N<t5 Assignee Sale of Keal estate. In pursuance of an order of the probate court of Defiance Ohio. I will offer for Sale at Public auction on saturday the 16th Day of March 1895, at one o clock afternoon at the West door of the court House in the county of Defiance Ohio. The following described real estate situated in tile said county of Defiance City of Defiance to wit lots number 47 and 48 in Holgate addition to North Defiance in said City of Defiance. Terms of Sale % Cash in hand % in one year and i in two years irom Date of Sale with interest the payments to be secured by mortgages on property sold. Appraised at $2,600.00, Albert King Assignee of w alter Dillon. Enos amp Johnston Attys. 9w6 sheriffs Sale. By virtue of an alias order of Sale issued 5 i out of the court Common pleas of Defiance county Ohio and to directed i will offer at Public Sale at Tim door of the courthouse in Defiance Defiance county Ohio on the 23d Day of february a. D., 1895, at the hour of one of lock p. Rn., of said Day. The following described real estate to i the following real estate situated in the county of Defiance in the state of onto and bounded and described As follows a part of the South East Quarter of Section 26, township 4 North retune 4 East being part of a tract of land described on auditors plat As being lot no. He Between Tho Maumee and aug upriver in said City of Defiance Defiance county Ohio and More particularly described As follows to wit commencing at a p int in the Center of Jefferson Stre to four Huu ired and seventy two and 44-100 472 44-1 0-feet South West re from a Stone located in the Canter of Jefferson and Downs Street As shown on plat of mrs. Bouton a 1st addition to South Defiance thence Long Tim Center of Jefferson Street South Westerly about two Hundred and fifty five 255 feet to the aug Mize River thence Down Sai i River in an Easterly direction to a Point where tin Center of Francis Street if continued in the same course it now runs would intersect said River thence North Easterly along the Center of said Francis Street so As aforesaid extended Aud parallel with said Jefferson Street to a Point just fifty 50 feet Southern from the South East Corner of a34l� acre piece of land deeded to k. H. Gleason by said Juliet ii Bouton. Thence North Westerly and at right angles to said Francis Street As aforesaid extended about six Hundred Arri eighty two 682 feet to the Center of said Jefferson Street to the place of beginning also lot no four 4 As numbered Aud recorded on mrs. Bouton a 1st addition to South Defiance. Ohio. With All the privileges App i Reliance thereunto belonging taken at the suit of Catharine Wahn against Juliet ii Bouton and Charles e. Bronson. Appraised at $2400.00. Andrew Tuttle sheriff of Defiance county Ohio. F. L. Hay attorney for plaintiff. Defiance Ohio january lath 1895. 7-5t sheriffs Sale. By virtue of an order of Sale issued out of the court of common pleas of Defiance county by virtue of an order of re appraisement Aud s in. Issued out of thee it Urt of common pleas of Deli Ince county Ohio and to me directed i will offer at Public Sale at the door of the court House in Defiance Defiance county. Ohio on the 9th Day of March a. D.,1895 at the hour of one of clock p. Rn., of said Day the following described real estate to wit situated in the county of Defiance slate of Ohio bounded and described As follows to wit part of the West fraction of Outh West factional Quarter m of Section thirty township 4 North Range 5 East. Be Ginny g at North West Corner of said i motion thence east58rods6 feet More less to the North East Corurn of said fraction thence South 96 rods thence West parallel wish North line of rods 6 feet to West line thence North 96 rods to place of beginning contain a 35 acres Moi e less. Appraised at $1,650-00. Also beginning on the North line of South East Quarter >4 of Section 25. Township to North of range4 East at a Point 1360 Fet East of the Point where said North line interact to the Center of the Ayersville and. Said Point of beginning being the North East Corner of Hayes addition to East Defiance thence East on Tim Norm Hue of said Quarter Section 42 5-10 rods More less to the East line of said Quarter Section then South on said East line 45c Leet thence we St 42 1-2 rods More less to where it would intersect the East line of Hayes addition ii the same were extended southerly in the Din Tion it now runs thence North 450 feet to the pm tee of beginning containing acres of land appraised at $137.50. Tatien at the suit of the Union Central life insurance company against John f. Frost it Al. Appraised at $1 237.50. Andrew Tuttle sheriff of Defiance county Ohio. J. W. Winn attorney for plaintiff. Defiance of. February.2d, lid. 9- Ohio in the Case of mrs. Maria l. Leonard is Charles e. Bronson. Mary a. Bronson and others Aud to me directed. I will offer at Public Sale Al the door of the court i Louse in Defiance Defiance county Ohio on the 23d Day of february a. D., 1895, at the hour of one o cock p. Rn., of said Day the following described real estate free and Clear of Dower to wit lot no. Six 6. In Block no. Five 5in the first addition to Hie Tow n now of Defiance in the county of Defiance Aud state of Ohio. Appraised at 5250.00. Also lot no. Fifty two 52as the same is known marked and numbered on the recorded plat of Williamstown in the City Ami co my of Defiance Aud state of Ohio appraised at $>60.00. Also lot no. Monety four 94. As the same is known marked and numbered on the recorded plat of East Defiance addition to Defiance in the City and county of Defiance and slate of Ohio excepting the Easterly part 01 said lot heretofore sold to Sarah j. Lutz March 14th, 1890. Appraised at $1133-00. Also lot no. Four 4. In Block no. Threes the same in known marked Ami numbered on the plat of William c. La Oleate s second addition to Defiance in the City and county of Defiance and state of Ohio appraised at $8l6.uo. Also Hie South part Twenty feet in Width of lot no. Five 5. And the North part Twenty feet in Width. 01 lot no. Six 6. In Block no. Two 2. In William c. Holgate a second addition to Defiance being in Ali a lot forty feet in Width in the City Ann county of Defiance and state of Ohio appraised at $1333.u0. Also lot no. Twenty three 123. In Phillips addition to the Village How City of Defiance in tile county of Defiance and state 01 Ohio appraised at . And also the following described real estate subject to Clower in Choate of Mary a. Bronson tot no. Fifty six 56in tile auditory plat of lots Between the Maumee and a Glaize Rivers in the City and county of. Defiance and state of Otho appraised at $565.26. Also lot no. One Hundred Aud fifty four 154in the first addition to West Defiance in toe City and county of Defiance Ahu site of Ohio appraised Ai $33.33. Also lot no. a Sun dred Ami sixty seven Julin the first add. N to West Defiance in me City and county of Defiance and state of Ohio appraised at $38.33. Andrew Tuttle sheriff of Defiance county onto. W. H. Hubbard at Orney for plaintiff. Defiance Ohio january 19th. 189. 7-t to Clear up this transaction sex auditor d Lindoerfer secured a affidavit from C Smith the agent of the Springfield bindery that he had received $73.00 on the Bills above mentioned. Now when commissioners Kleia and Ort were called before the committee they swore positively that they had Only allowed $53 on these Bills. Not satisfied with the showing of the agent . Deindoerfer wrote to the Springfield bindery and received a reply from the com Pany which is in substance As follows we cannot understand How the books of your treasurer can show Dif recently except there were two separate vouchers drawn one for $53 of your Bill and one for $20 of his Hill As per the foregoing and a the same Are credited on our books. Our . Smith made the Aff Lavit at our request As All the transactions Weie through him. Hoping that this will Settle everything satisfactory we Are respectfully it ours Springfield bindery. Per m. Weixelbaum. The evening news submits this As evidence that Hilton Wortman and Woods were malicious desired to cover up the facts although the bindery in a previous letter stated explicitly that it Only received $33 on the Bills. The records in the auditors office show the Bills amounting to $73, on which the c it missioners allowed $53, was paid with one order no. 1925 More than that it was paid through the first National Bank and is now on tile in the audit Oil a office to prove the falsity of the claim of the bindery that its Bills were paid with two orders. What caused the editor of the record to have Reform fit editor Republic am express it is True that the Edi of the record made a bid of one half Legal rates for the commissioners report ? Reade. Yes but it was conditional. He stated to the commissioners that if he could secure the report at half rates and it was also Given the Defiance Democrat at the same Price then his bid was not to be considered this would have made full Legal rates More than that if such an arrange Jad been made the report would in All probability have gone to the German paper also. Thus it will be seen that if the editor of the record had been Able to push through the plan he was int rested in it would have Cost at least $1,200 to have publish the report but he was knocked out of the Box by the democratic commissioners and then he flashed his half rata bid and raised the cry of Reform. . Scharek did not care what it Cost to print the commissioners report if he was to have a Finger in the pie but when the Bottom dropped out of his scheme he was immediately stricken Down with re form fits and claimed that he Bac saved the county $800. Aaron is a1 right Only that the legs of his Reform ideas always get tangled up. Down South. We wish to state to the news candidly that its explanation does not help . Deindoerfer one Iota nor does it Clear up this transaction in any Way. It will not do to insist that the committee was unfair partisan. Prosecutor Woods a Democrat knew that the commis stoners had sworn that they Only allowed $53 on these Bills he knew that the records had been mutilate d and consequently that an unlawful act had been perpetrated. . Deindoerfer and the evening news did not help matters in their alleged explanation last evening. . Deindoerfer is the one Man who is in a position to give a Clar Plain truthful statement of this affair. He knows Why order no 1925 for $73 was issued when the commissioners Only allowed $53 on the Bills he knew who it was that transgressed the Law in mutilating the records and he will not stand fairly before the people of this county until he makes a full fair truthful Public statement of the transaction. He is merely dodging the Issue in the submission of affidavits and stands now in the attitude of attempting to cover up an unlawful act. What the Veteran say of their trip to Louisville. The following resolutions were adopted by g. A. R. Committee who recently went to Louisville Over the Ohio Central big four and l. Is n railways to arrange for quarters for the various posts during the Encampment in september whereas the representatives of the Ohio Central big four and Louis Ville amp Nashville railroads did extend to the of arrangements of the various g. A. R posts in Northwestern Ohio an invitation to visit the City of Louisville and whereas he committee from Volunteer for Sythe and Ford posts of Toledo Ruckle Post of Monclova. Douglas Post and Stoker Post of Findlay and Mitchel Post of Maumee did acce to and whereas messes. Houk Wilder and Clark of the respective Railroad Fin its accompanied the committee and were untiring in their efforts to c a tribute to our Comfort and pleasure by arranging a continuous trip Over their lines without any unnecessary delay at any Point and providing for the Comfort of the inner Man. Belt resolved that we extend to the above named gentlemen and the Railroad companies they represent our most sincere thanks for the courtesies extended and will use our influence As a a posts and As individuals in the interests of our hosts. Bes ired that a copy of these resolutions be furnished each representative of the railroads command Ere of posts and the papers of Toledo Columbus Aud Louisville. F. A. Leiter commander Volunteer Post. No. 715 John g Avery commander. Forsythe Post no. 15. J. E. Ward commander Ford Post no. 14. A Bone. If he was in any sense of the word a True reformer he would go Down to the court House and pay his taxes Aye More than that he would Tell his readers that the Banks in the county Are still paying their taxes on the rebate plan while the men in the shops and the hard working Farmers he seeks to deceive Are forced to pay their taxes in full. But he will not do that because it is not his Mission to be fair truthful in his papers no More than it has been his practice to pay his taxes in the past. In his remarkable screed last evening . Scharek says a a he saved the taxpayers $800, although admitting that his bid for one half Legal rates was not accepted. The saving was made by paring Down the report and not in accepting any proposition that he made. But to expose the methods of the editor of the Crescent and record and demonstrate How he attempts to deceive the people we will make a statement of facts that he has carefully suppressed. It is True that he offered to print the commissioners report at one half rates but he did something else in the same connection that he will not thank for exposing. He insisted that the report be published in the record and Democrat and that each paper take one half Legal rates. That would have amounted to $1,00 per Square for Plain work and $150 per Square for tabular work. Thus it will be seen that he advocated full Legal rates and when the commissioners refused to accede to his demands he had the Brazen effrontery to come before the Public and Tell the people that a the Aaron fabulous Scharek had saved them $800.�?� never in the Palmiert Days of the Devil was there Ever More flagrant reception practice by him than was attempted by the editor of the Crescent and record in his consideration of the commissioners report. Fail tog to bulldoze the Board into giving it to him he takes advantage of the paring process of the members of the Board and sets up the claim that he wrought an $800 Reform when it is stated upon excellent authority that he offered one of the commissioners a Rake off if Given the report. Aaron Aaron Aaron is it possible that your association with the a a gang last fail fitted you to out Devil the Devil in this matter of deception ? it is humiliating to know that there is even one alleged newspaper Man in the Northwest that would make such a Bluff at the intelligence of urn people As was attempted in the Crescent last night. Carpet covers the front room from end to end. Every member of the Post can sit comfortably in an Arm chair As there is a bran new one for each and some to spare. Each officers redoubt is guarded by one two la and 18 Pound brass pieces of artillery ii 25 rounds of ammunition close by. Everything to fact in the Hall is new neat and costly. The dining room is ready for the a fatted in the Kitchen everything has been arranged for convenience. The commissioners report not because he had reformed the third Ward but because Joe Ralston had whipped the a it is a pleasure to sell chamberlains cough remedy a says Stickney amp Dentler druggists Republic Ohio. A because a customer after once using it is almost certain to Call for it when again in need of such a Medicine. We sell More of it than of any other cough Medicine we handle As it always gives for caught colds and croup it is without an equal. For Sale by j. L. Scott dec any one who has children will re Usu Fly a a Tevlo i Joice with l. B Mulford of pains Leld Bash railway in the fight Oer j Mje boy flveyear8 0f age it High Bridges and in All such cases it is by common consent a a we that filled the Bear. Moreover . Carter insisted that his exchequer was in a badly demoralized condition and As the Banks would not loan Money at one half Legal rates he had been forced into the humiliating position of eating one meal a Day. He veterans have even looked so far thought it was possible that he might ahead As to have a flight of stairs put up from the ground to the Kitchen in the rear and near Charley Halls big poultry House. . Prices Cream baking powder worlds fair highest award. Divorce Law of Dakota. H unit has brought untold evils upon drops of families. The divorce Law of South Dakota has been a shame to the state Ever since it became a state. It has Given the state a bad name. It has had a demoralizing influence upon it. It has brought untold evil upon Many families. It has been a source of fraud. It has been useful Only to unworthy men and women. At one time the Law was so amended As to require a party to a divorce to reside a half year in the state before beginning an action but this amendment was re secure the editor in chief ship of . Deindoerfer a sunday paper but As he could not recall one act in his life that called for penance in the acceptance of such a position he had banished the thought from his mind. . Carter thinks he May go to a darkest Africa and Start a savings Bank. i Ter he has reformed and christianize that Section by robbing the natives of several Hundred thousand dollars he will return to the old stamping j ground and end his Days in peace. I by Tore his departure . Carter will Rake a few practical lessons in the j school of Reform established by the county record and by that Means Hopes to grasp afric 4, from the great Sahara desert Down to the Cape of Good Hope. . Carter it might be Well to add in this particular ascribes his downfall to a business Way to his madness in shaving people at one Balf Legal rates. Dick is now taking up a subscription to pay his taxes before j was sick with croup. For two Days and nights he tried various remedies recommended by his friends and neighbors. He says a i thought sure i would Loose him i had seen chamberlains cough remedy advertised and thought i would try it As a last Hope and am Happy to say that after two doses he slept until morning. I gave it to him next Day and a cure was effected. I keep this remedy in the House now and As soon a any of my children show signs of croup i give in to them and that is the last of 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by j. I. Scott. Dec coughing leads to consumption Kempis Balsam stops the cough at once. N9-Ly combination Sleeper and. Reclining chair car. Between Cincinnati and Jacksonville 111., via the c. H. Amp d. And i. Amp w., the Cincinnati Hamilton so Dayton Railroad have added another new car for the Benefit of their Cincinnati and Jacksonville travel this car is one of the latest combination sleeping and chair cars Ever built by any company in the world and will prove a Welcome addition to their already perfect service. This new car will leave Cincinnati at 7 30 p. Rn., arriving at Indianapolis at 10 55, and at Jacksonville Iii at 7 10 a. In. This train is one of tile favourites out of Cincinnati and with the new equipment will prove doubly acceptable to the travelling Public. to pealed last week and Only three he leaves the City and insists that he j months residence is now required cannot go until the keeper of sex Audi this legislation is highly discreditable Tor Deindoerfer a private papers Proto South Dakota. It is proof that the ducks that missing tax receipt that legislature has no Conception of the could not be found when asked for by proper grounds for divorce that it examiner Vordtriede. Is regardless of them. It widens the door of ruin. We notice that the territory of Oklahoma is trying to keep up with the state of South Dakota in making divorce easy. In this respect the territory is a bigger fool than the state. Oklahoma ought to try to win a reputation for Justice and Honor be fore it asks to be raised to the dignity of a state of the american Union. Plenty of decent men and women will a Deau fall. Herman Krait badly Hurt in Defiance this morning. East Herman Krull the fifth Street Tinner met with an Accident on Hopkins Street East Defiance thursday he was engaged in tearing Down a House that belonged to his sister when the build refuse to five in a state reckless of i log collapsed and buried him under the fundamental principles upon j debris. He was removed As which society and the family Are built. No civilized Community can afford to spurn those principles. National Union. Shiloh a cure the great cough and croup cure is in great demand. Pocket size contains Twenty five doses Only 25c. Children love it. Sold by druggist. 24 in Greenville Centennial senator Brice says there Are poor prospects for appropriation we give it up. Editor Republican express of the editor of the record is so deeply interested in the people Why should he want to print the commissioners report for $200 and make a profit of $150? Why not print it at $75 and be satisfied with a profit of $25? subscriber. Children cry for the prospects for a congressional appropriation for the Centennial Celebration of Greenville o., aug. 3, 1895, of the treaty at peace Between the various Indian tribes and the United states Are not very flattering. Senator Brice has replied to a letter from governor Mckinley urging the appropriation As follows a the matter of the appropriation of $50, xxx for such purpose Bills for which have been introduced in the House of Hon. F. C. Layton and in the Senate by senator Sherman has been pretty thoroughly canvassed in both Bouses. The committee on Library of the Senate to whom senator Sherman a Bill was referred informs me that in View of the Treasury situation and the number of measures of a similar charac Ter which have been referred to the committee during this Congress they will not report favourably on any of these measures. Pitchers castoffs. What is being done Here and abroad by the order the past year has been a trying one because of the almost total paralysis of business incident to the financial panic that swept Over our country. I am Happy however to be Able to report that the National Union of this City has had a healthy growth during the last six months and has made a net gain in membership of 35 total membership of Anthony Wayne Council no. 88, 290. The amount of insurance in Force in this Council is $785,000 this is backed by a membership of 51,010 in the National Union at Large. The National Union membership Bas increased 5,400 in the last year and i organized 40 new councils. Total number of councils in the National Union 700 amount paid to beneficiaries the three months ending dec. 31, 1894, $347,000. Comparison of Cost in 1894 for $1,000 Between several fraternal societies Tho experience table and old Fine Fife insurance companies is As follows la age j j National Union. Royal Arcanum 20 93 60 s3 of 2> 4 50 5 48 30 5 40 6 90 35 6 3c 8 40 40 7 20 to 30 45 9 Roll 18 Cir $5 20 5 85 6 50 7 80 9 75 la 70 j i is 2 c a x ask Khz blk t s l9 x �?.2 a he 2 2 i a of a x quickly As possible and was found to have a severe Cut on his forehead j his worst injuries however were about his Chest. If it had not been for some Timber on each Side of him there is no doubt but what he would have been instantly killed. The injured Man was removed to a House close by and made As comfortable As possible by drs. . B Stevens and S. Powell who were called to attend him. Metal a a building material. It is Well within the memory of Many Parsons when Metal As building material was practically unknown. But within a few years building has been almost revolutionized by the use of Metal in various forms and for various purposes. Iron beams columns girders rafters and window sashes have come into use. And now we Are to have As a regular addition to our list a great variety of stamped out sections. These have heretofore made mostly out of galvanized Iron some composition of the Spelter sort in Fine High priced worn Bronze has been employed. Steel is. However found to answer All demands far better than any other Metal used for this purpose. Door and window casings will be made of Metal and indeed almost All parts of a House May be constructed of something besides Wood. With paper pulp doors and floors Metal frames and finish slate tin roofs and Portland Cement Concrete Walls our houses May in time come to be actually fireproof As they have for a Long time unjustly claimed to be. Accidentally snot tier sister. Kent. O., feb. 18.-�? at Randolph. Portage county while cleaning House Susie Wise aged 14, in taking Down a Shotgun from the Wall accidentally discharged it. The Load struck her sister Mary aged i wounding her so badly that she cannot live the shot Tore out both eyes of the victim and left a gaping Hole in the Skull Susie is crazed with grief. German proposes bimetal ism. Berus feb. 18.�?count von Mir Gogh German conservative introduced a Resolution in the Reich Stag instructing the Federal governments of Germany to Issue invitations for an International monetary Congress to take measures to bring about the rehabilitation of Silver As a circulating medium. Contribution from a a a a it Omaha. Feb. 18.�?for the last five year an Anonymous letter has come each year to some prominent citizen of Omaha in which to enclosed 11,000 to be used Fot Charity signed a Cash Dean Gardner Lias again received through the mail the contribution. No one knows who the giver in. _ Temperance crusade at Sioux City. Sioux City la. Feb 18.�?w. C. T. U. Temperance crusaders were out on a tour of saloons again but their number wa3 much smaller than on thursday. All places on Che principal streets of the City were visited Aud everybody seemed to $3 68 4 29 5 la 6 16 7 53 9 46 $7 81 117 57 8 Ott j 19 89 8 42 22 76 8 95, 26 38 9 76, 31 30 la 151 37 97 $1 18 4 79 5 84 7 66 8 73 to 85 Anthony Wayne Council no. 88, was organized in this City May 23, 18-84, and has had a toss of eight members by death amount of insurance paid to beneficiaries by this Council $20,000. A. Heu Man Sec. Have turned out to see the victim of in gasoline stove. Kansas City a feb 18�?while cleaning a gasoline stove mrs. W. C. Goodwin spilled some of the fluid on her clothes. It took fire and before her Hus a band and son could put out the Dames she was fearfully and perhaps fatally appointed to succeed judge Carey Des Moines feb. 18.�?governor Jack j son has appointed a. J. Mccrary of Keo Kuk to fill the vacancy on the Bench in been j Lee county caused by the death of judge Casey. _ favor suffrage for won. Boston feb. Is the committee on woman suffrage of the legislature decided �?8 to 3�?to port a Bill in favor of municipal suffrage for women. Without parallel in history. Dallas feb 18.�? reports from Weiner Day snowstorm from ail Over the state sum it up As without parallel in the history of Texas peasant buried by a Avalanche. Vienna feb. 18.�?an Avalanche buried several peasants at Borsz escrow Galicia. Before they could be extricated All were a erg Pou Ted. Highest of ail in be. Govt report absolutely pure

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