Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
22 Feb 1889

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22 Feb 1889

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - February 22, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance it Niamtu Republican vol. . Defiance county Ohio Friday. February 22, i bib. No. To. A splendid Chance to secure some bargains for the next few Days we place on Sale to close out at a wonderful bargain a lot of dress goods made up into Patt erns. Bead carefully. Lot no. I. Whitten Fob the Republican and exp berm. The Broth ebb or with mad Anthony Wayne. By Stephen a. Bolles a Yards of 15e and 18e dress goods 5 Yards lining. 2 dozen buttons 20c per dozen 1 spool of thread. 2 twists i. #1.44 .86 .40 .05 .05 #2.29 pattern Only #1.48. Lot no. 2. 8 Yards dress goods Price 20c and 22c, 5 Yards lining. 2 dozen buttons. Thread. Twist. #1.751 .35 .50 a #2.71 Complete pattern #1.79. .05 i .05 j lot no. 3. 8 Yards 25c and 35c dress goods 5 Yards lining 2 dozen buttons. Thread. Twist. #2.80 .85 i .50 .05 .05 i #3,75 dress pattern for Only #2.13. I lot handsome dress flannels regular Price 35c. Closing out at 19 per Yard. I lot elegant plaid dress flannels regular Price 50c., slaughtered at 39 per Yard. To rids is merely a Tew of the Many great bargains we Are uttering at our grand Clearing Sale cloaks sold regardless of Cost startling bargains in our Boot and shoe dept. Go tax clean saving of 25c to $1 on every pair you buy of us. These goods Are going like lightning a done to fail to visit our grand Clearing out Sale. F. Swalley amp co. Peoples Stoke Defiance. Ohio. Watch this Pace. It will ave you Money. Special notice our grand Clearing Sale closes saturday feb. 16th. Then commences our this Means every Short piece of goods in our stores every broken line of goods to be sold regardless of Cost to make room for our Large Spring Stock of goods. There will be some wonderful bargains thrown out at this Sale. Extraordinary bargain in our boots and shoe department. Friday feb. 15th, we place 2000 Yards or More of bleached and unbleached 8c. And 10c. Muslin on Sale at 5c. Per Yard. Positively to Yards Only to any one customer. This Price for one Day . Swalley amp co. Chas. E. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. San Ops of previous Story opens on Board a British prison ship in new York Harbor. A powerful Man Hulse Hornbill i. Makes ins escape from the Man of War which is transferring the prisoners to England and he swims to the Shore. He is cured for by Timothy Haggle a Miller urn at inst reaches his Home in Tho wilderness near Lake Champlain to tend his wife being carried Oil by ruffians. He saves her but she has pined away in t he Woods until she succumbs and Dies leaving two boys. Etienne d oust a Frenchman Rad charge of Hulse Rondetta in the French galleys. Vondetta escaped in Davoust was disgraced. His Only ambition now is to recapture him. Finding where Rondel i Lins stolen some Silver he secures a troop to go and capture him but finds his Cabin deserted. Vondetta taking his two boys went to Rug j ies on Long isl my who promises to car Ortho gains for their f Thor. When they grew to manhood they became tired of life on the Island and started out to go Westward. J chapter Chi. Colonel Brushie. A they plumper i say in a Halloo a a when to you go to Albany a a a in a Gobi out this morning of these boxes Ever git on a jest Book me for a passage a a done to want to work do yes a Nixey. Why a a because i Arn a couple of hands Short to throw off so much stuff. Joe got the Small pox last Basil and i had stood by some boxes and Bales on a wharf in new York City listening to the conversation Between the Captain of tile North River Sloop and a roughly dressed Man who wished to go As a passenger. Taking Basil by the Ann i stepped Forward and offered our services a Green hands a a a done to know nothing about a boat a a a Little we have run a fishing smack out on the Jersey coast for Blue a Wall my boys yes i do. In a Captain plumper and you a just give to the Chance of hauling your Corpse Home when they Send you Back. To wont Cost you nothing for transportation a he said As the colonel turned Awny in disgust. Basil and i wont to colonel Brusher Tho next morning As lie sat in the Stern of Tho Sloop. Colonel a that s my name a a you re going a yes sir to exterminate a so Are tile Levy no and so a wily can to we go along with you a Quot with me yes i see you need tin Protection of a Strong and Noble Warrior. Blank me i la a can you toll us How you Are going a a Why my dear children i am going to Albany from there to Lake Ontario through Tho Woods and beyond Niagara to Lake Erie. A grand and exciting journey sir makes my blood Tingle to think of it the time we reached Albany we Reward of Merit Caros. School teachers will find the finest assortment of Reward cards kept by any House in Northwestern Ohio at prices that cannot be duplicated elsewhere at Colby pc Scott a drug and Book store. Defiance. Ohio. A and 305�?for Sale 102 acre farm in Tiffin township 90 acres under plow wind pump. Price $1,500. It is very cheap. 306�?for Sale 60 acre farm in Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county so acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $-2,boo. 316�?for Sale or Trade lot on Harrison Street. Defiance Ohio with two houses and a Large Frame barn. Will Exchange same for Good 40 acre farm near the City or def Furce. _ 319�?for Sale a Fine residence Corner of Jefferson and second streets Defiance Ohio. All modern improvements together with Good Furnace. Price Low terms reasonable. 322�?for Sale Ai acre farm in Section 2, Highland township Defiance county. Good Frame House splendid water 63 acres under plow. Price and terms reasonable. 323�?for Sale a Fine Home in North Defiance All modern improvements located on same Street and close to Tho College. Will be sold cheap. 324�?for Sale so acre farm in Section 31, dark township 45 acres under plow Well under drained Fine fruit new Granery new to Quot flu Lului us Vav Frame House Good cellar three Wells fences Are no. I Only two Miles from b. Do o. It. R. Soil is the Best. Price $45 per acre. This farm is Well Worth seeing. 327�?for sale�?176 acre farm in Brown township Paulding county 90 acres under plow Good Frame House Fine Young Orchard soil is regular second Bottom Good Wells on the land. This is a bargain. Price and terms reasonable. 329�?for Sale to acres of land in sections 19 and 20, Highland township Defiance county 60 acres improved two Frame houses Frame Ham Good Young Orchard land Well fenced Only 6 1-2 Milos from Defiance. Price $3,2oo. Come and see this. 336�?for Sale a Fine Brick residence on Jackson Street. Defiance. This property is actually Worth $3,500, but will sell for $2,500, 337�?for sale�?140 acre farm within 40 minutes drive of the City of Defiance Good gravel Road. This is one of the Best farms in Defiance county. Price $7,500. 338 for sale�?250 acre farm Nde Lawaie township 85 acres River Bottom Good build this farm lies right of the River and is Wel adapted for Stock raising. $50 per acre. 7�?for Sale Corner lot at b. A o. Depot. Ings. Ell in a to a one of the most desirable properties at the depot and will surely Rise in Valuo. Price $750. 366�?for Sale 160 acre farm in Harrison township Paulding co., Ohio improvements Cost $1500 Well ditched. This is a rare bar gain and must be sold. Rfcs Carriage at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o. Any one can Dye a dress or a coat ribbons feathers yarns rags Etc. Any color for ten and in Many other ways save Money and make things look like new by using Diamond dyes. The work in easy simple Quick the colors the Best and fastest known. Ask for Diamond dyes and take no other. For gilding or bronzing fancy articles use Diamond paints. Gold Silver Bronze Copper. Only to Cesta. Baby portraits. A a a portfolio of Beautiful baby Pic Tures from life printed on Fine plate paper by Patent photo process sent free to Moth any Bab cleanse the system a Ujj Yuvi sent free to Mother of a by bom within a year. Every Mother wants these pictures Send at once. Give Aby s name and age. Wells Richardson a co., Burlington it. With that most reliable Medicine a pal not a celery compound. It purifies the blood cures constipation and regulates the liver and kidneys effectually cleansing the system of All waste and dead matters. Paine a celery compound combines True nerve tonic and Stren thing qualities reviving the energies and spirits. Quot i have been troubled for some years with a complication of difficulties. After trying various remedies and not finding Relief i tried Paine s celery compound. Before taking one full bottle the Long troublesome symptoms began to subside and i can truly say now that i feel like a new Man. Digestion Bas unproved and i have gained ten pounds in weight since i have commenced taking the hum Estus Stearns Felchville it. $1.00. Six for $5.oo. At druggists. Wills Rica a Boson a co., Burlington it. A Basil and Halford a a Ron Rondetta did you say his Mouth stood wide open. A yes a Cha in to no relation to Hulse Ron Detta a a the is our Captain plumper lost his dignity. He proceeded immediately to dance a Jig and to embrace us. A did you known him a asked Basil. A did i know Hulse Rondetta Well now that a Good. Am i going to carry on this Way Over a couple of boys whose father i did no to know wily Blank me know him look Here they san officers Bones a laying out ther a and he pointed toward the Bay a and he a got Hulse Rondetta to thank for it. The Imp was going to kill me with a Handspike when your dad up and choked him and sent him for fishes to feed Basil shuddered. A you May work if you want to if you done to just get on Board and take it easy. Were going to Albany and your Welcome to but we worked with a will and in a Short time were ready to swing off from the wharf and with the Long sweeps get the Sloop into the Channel of the River. The Broad Hudson had then never been ruffled by the keel of a Steamboat. Fulton was a Man unknown. The wonders of steam were locked in mystery. The Sloop with its sails and sweeps alone kept up the fast growing Commerce Between the Metropolis on the lower end of Man Hattan Island and tile up River towns. The wind hardly blew enough to ruffle the water As the a general Washington a the Sloop of Captain plumper sluggishly moved up Stream and the sweeps were put into use. The Beauty of the scenery entranced Basil and me. We sat looking at tile High Palisades and the hazy Blue of the Clouds thai rested upon the summits of the catskills. The Low dutch houses and Small villages we occasionally stopped at to take on a passenger had Little interest to us. Captain plumper sat on deck in the Long Twilight and told us stories of our father Aud the prison ship he was in the midst of a graphic recital of the excitement after Hulse Rondetta leaped Over Board when a loud voice near the Bow cried out a Sloop a Hoy a a a a Aye Aye a answered Captain Semper leaping to the sloops Side. A catch this rope a said a Man standing in a boat. A who Are you ? show Fourcolors in answered plumper. A going to Albany. In a colonel Brusher the Captain dexterously caught the rope and colonel Brusher was pulled aboard puffing and blowing like a porpoise. A Why Blank your old Sloop what do you mean. Colonel Brusher sir who fought sir in the War sir a in the War the late revolution sir just passed who won his epaulettes in the internecine conflict to be asked who Fie is by a blanked Sloop Captain in and he banged the deck to show he understood How deep was the insult. A i am leaving this Blank country a continued the colonel assuming the position usually credited to orators. A a the effete atmosphere of this Eastern civilization is too enervating for my military soul. A Man who has fed on the blood of the British soldiers for six years sir a Man who has Lead men to Victory in hand to hand conflicts against terrible Odds a Man sir who has single handed and alone overpowered a whole squad of hessians has no business in this land. The West is to be my Home sir. The red coat has been exterminated from our shores and now the eed Man sir must go. Old to encounter the Captain plumper Laid Back and roared with laughter. Were Vety Well acquainted with tin colonel. He was full of storm and bluster when Unyong was about whom he might impress but before Captain shunned he was very quiet. He could not abide being laughed at. At Albany we parted with tile Captain and found a party of half a dozen men waiting for Brusher. They were All going West Aud the entire party with the exception of Basil and me were revolutionary soldiers. I cannot wonder fit so Many seeking for a Home in tile West. Tile War had desolated the whole strip of settled country along the Atlantic coast. The poor colonists were poorer As a nation. Ruined Homes uncultivated Fields tub Ible Down houses bankrupted and debt Ridden people the period immediately following the Farewell of the last English Soldier was indeed dark. To stay there was to go Down in direst poverty to the grave to go away was to meet perils and perhaps death. But the Pioneer could see beyond the present. Though he knew the Road was rough and rugged though Many before him had gone to eternity by that route though he knew the at tempt meant perhaps anything but Success he saw the veil of the future parted and teeming Fields Busy towns and cities Happy Homes a the perfection of civilization were revealed to him and he went to the wilderness full of Hope and Confidence. A it is Loose a said Viasil. By carefully turning it we pushed it one Side and crawled upon the deck. Not a person was to be seen except Tho men who were sitting about tile campfire on the Shore. We crept toward tile Middle Hatch Basil who was behind suddenly reached Forward and clutched my jacket. I think my heart ceased beating for full five seconds. Creeping from the Stern toward us were three1 men. We could see them As they were Between us and the Are Light which shone in through an opening in the Low bulwark. We waited not daring to stir until they were close upon us. The Man ahead stopped directly in front of me. It was Davoust. I continued. I an Oregon minister. I received t he Boti in of White wine of tar syrup. One of my children was very sick with croup and As your Medicine wan pleasant to take i trave it and it gave almost immediate Relief. I would not lie without it. And i also recommend Itas a Medicine that should in at All times in every family. West Union Oregon. Rev. . Sold by Colby a Scott feb Farmer. Engine arrived last Werd c Hafter in captured by try British Basil and i were eager to get to the country of tile Ohio. Detroit was to be the end of our journey at first Aud from there we were expecting to join a trading party and go South to the Laud of Boone of whom we began to hear the most wonderful tales. We had gone around Niagara and at a Canadian Post on Lake Erie found a Small Sloop in waiting to carry a detachment of British soldiers to the Western end of tile Lake. A who Are you a demanded the commander when we asked to to carried on the Sloop. A americans sir a answered colonel Brusher. A yes you May go. We leave in two hours. Go we went on Board tile Sloop followed by the soldiers. No sooner had we stepped upon the Leek than the commander cried a halt a each Soldier aimed ins gun at us. Captured by Blank a exclaimed Brusher a the War ainu to Over yet a said an other. Basil was the coolest Man in the crowd. A search them and Send them below a said the commander. In ten minutes we were stripped of everything valuable or useful except our clothes. A Captain Davoust a called the officer Down the opening that Lead below. A Davoust a whispered Basil. A Davoust. Halford my brother do you remember a a do i remember Davoust How can i forgot Bim. There he he had changed Little. We shuddered As we remembered him talking to our father As lie stood axe in hand before the Cabin door. A lieutenant Hamilton a he said but he did not Salute the officer take these men below and keep them there until we Are out in the Lake a Blank me exclaimed colonel Brusher. A after a treaty of peace after a capitulation of Quot the whole blanked British Force to be taken sir by a set of red uniformed band legged soldiers. By Blank sir it Quot is too much a and sitting Down on a Oil of rope he buried his head in his hands and wept. Night came but we did not leave. Davoust c ame twice below but Only staid a moment. The soldiers had a Camp on tin Shore and we Ould hear them laughing and talking. A Sentinel could be heard steadily pacing the deck. Brusher was cursing roundly because lie Bael no supper and the rest were sitting in dogged silence. The shouts and laughter on Tho Skore grew louder. The sentry stopped several times in his walk and stood apparently watching the proceedings. The wind had risen and the Waves were breaking Over tile Beach. It was very dark in the Cabin and from the closeness uncomfortable. Basil leaned Over to me and whispered a Why not escape a we went Forward As if by a common impulse. We knew there must be an opening in the deck near the Bow. We lifted on the covering and it moved. A Weldon Bros mesday. Or. Aleck Bewall Hun moved into Eph Allen s Honse. A or Aaron Blair of South lost Creek is dangerously ill a mrs. Roby Raglow Haw moved into mrs Mattie stones House. Or Quot a. Arthur of Angola into reached Here sunday at ii of clock p. M. A or. Simon Long and family of southwestern k misos Are visiting at or. Ken Bihy sat this writing. One week from wednesday of next week mar. Nth will be Tho last Day of the District so Bool Here. A Wise Are they who profit by another persons exp Relence for instance in purchasing furniture ouly of Brown a reline of Hicksville. A there was an Oyster supper Aud a party at Samuel Scott a residence one mile Hast and one mile North of Here last wednesday evening there was about forty Lei soul present it was a very enjoyable affair. A while Charles Tuckman was booming a Load of logs one Lay not Long since he had the misfortune to Loose hold of the binding pole which flow Back and hit him on the month with so much Force As to Knock nearly ail of his Teeth out before election Moreland Bros. And Crand of Adrain Mich offered prizes to purchasers of hero plug tobacco for nearest guesses on the combined popular vote cast Harrison and Cleveland. The Urb a just been awarded and our Friend . Mavis of this place was fortunate enough to receive the Firth prize a handsome China Tea set his guess being 10,974,352, As against 10,973,248, the Correct number. Claude. Defiance machine works. Susani water and Bas Sollies of every kind. Leather Anh rubber belting saws saw Arbor Emery wheel. Hose flue cleaners wrought galvanized and Lead pipe Gas fixtures globes Etc., Etc. Saws repaired and re fitted Defiance machine works Defiance Ohio noi7-Ly Adams township cathartic pills Are whips to the liver and bowels but give no strength. The More you take the More Yon need. Miles pills m. A positively strengthen. The longer taken the less required. Samples freest n. G. Woodward a. Brunersburg. A More Snow. A mumps Are still raging. A one wedding to chronicle this week. A goo leaders is teaming for a f. Down. A a. Leaders is the proud owner of twin calves. Will Bishop is working for b. Hilton this Winter. A the sick list at present is comprised of nearly everybody. A a. F. Howe put up a Nice lot of ice ditto f. A. Goddard of. Corwin had the misfortune to Loose another horse recently f. Corwin and h. Helfrick Are in the wilds of Paulding county timbering. They say that dude alluded to id last weeks supplement was seen up town. Of. Molts is preparing to put up a Green House haying bought out or. Fisher of your City. A Frank Moats of Enterprise Street bus sowed cabbage seed or. Moats is a worker from Wor Vilie the mumps have been the cause of Many a corpulent visage in the Burg the past few weeks. A mrs. Tem Plant Ann was in Paulding the forepart of Tim week on business pertaining to her farm. A win. Ii aders who has been working in Pennsylvania for soy r d years int present shaving hoops for j. F. Bowe. Pm Igried or. Peter of Defiance and mrs lower of this place. The Groom is said to have entered the marital state for the third time. A is it lawful for Law abiding citizens to tolerate the opening of a Saloon on the s baath of course people Are wont to ask simple questions. A when you see a Young Man or old one either step out of a Saloon you can just make up your mind that he did not go to get a drink of water. No prohibition there. A several sled loads passed through the a Burg last week we Aid not learn from whence they came however from their dialect we opine they hailed from so Reeoh town. A wonder who tried to keep from freezing by filling the full of Wood at a certain gathering and then a a put for the door to keep from melting. Echo says Quot Allons Quot _ Al cob. Merit win. We desire to Sty to our Cit Zens. That for years we have been Selling or. Kings new discovery for consumption or. Kings new life pills Bucklen a Arnica Salve and electric bitters and have never handled remedies that sell As Well or that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund Tho Purchase Price if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their popularity purely on their merits. Colby a a Cotta a druggists. A Washington a birthday. A master chortle Travis is on the sick list a Henry Ota is sick. Or. Shaffer is in attendance. A Henry sold a flue horse to John Murkley recently. A mra Strait Mccord will teach at tile Ridge this summer. A Emma Smith of Tubisville visited Here saturday and sunday. A Laura cookie it having a severe attack of inflammatory rheumatism. A St. \ nicotine Day was not be Ebru Ted to a very peat extent in these parts. A George Friday a it having a new House and barn erected on Hii place in this township. A Bruch Moats and d Nighter Clara of mud Creek visited relatives on the Ridge sunday. A Abraham Lincoln Brace will be his own successor in District i. The coming summer. A quite a change in real estate has taken Dace in this neighbourhood w. H. Conn Las sold his place and Homo other parties contemplate Selling soon. A we Are taught that school rooms should be ventilated from the tops of windows and j it we doubt if Oue half the windows Are in condition to be lowered it the top. Pm Relod at the German lutheran Church by tile Rev. K s muts on february l Ith Isho Adolph Voldersen and Anni Loti Man Many friends join in wishing the Young couple a Long and Happy life. Dennis Jones. South Tiffin. Sharon items. Pm Chael Ernsberger is on the sick list. D.7it3jran 1 Quot a Quot to aleut 8un a Michael Doenges und family were the gusts or ids parents last Nunney. A or. Waterman sold some Nice fat cattle to a Man from Cleveland last Friday. A or. Owens and daughter were the guests of his son in Law sunday last a Young folks Moiety will be organized at Henron on the 24th, by r a a. Norvelt a quarterly meeting was Well attended nun May inst at the Clos of s ervice twelve persons were baptized. A never Promise More than can be done. X Bas Ilieen Hutcoe it a fully run of this principal. For Sale by All druggists. Price Only 2o . To hers will grow weary and sigh Over the s baby a troubles when or. Balls baby Buran would relieve the child and thereby give the Mother rest a Fred Kellermyer is on the sick list a Rumor has it that there will to a wedding soon. A Joe Wisda buys hogs for h. P. Miller of Defiance. A John Shaffor Bou by a new set of bar Ness for his ponies. A Vern. He Mick had his foot severely bruised by u log rolling on it pm Kitten House has returned from Bis visit to friends in As Luji i o. A Frank Siler of Kansas visited friends und relatives in this Vicinity last week. A Frank Crismon has rented a farm Neur Bryan he will move thereon in the Spring. A Lew s Miller sold six head of fat Pattie to or. Elder of Bryan at 3 per Pound a John w. Kim is the Happy Pap i of a bouncing big girl ail the parties doing Well. Jaa Leto has been travelling through these parts in the interest of a Patent Fence. A Edward Miller contemplates starting for Washington territory in the near future. A Harnel Neaderhauser is again attending Defiance Normal and reports the school Houri Slang. A Deepe a Partee had a break Down in their saw Mill. Breaking some fixtures on their engine. A or. Shanor of Mio Bigan was in this Vicinity lately making arrangements to dispose of his land. A Alex Llano in canvassing for his Book a the Beautiful Story had infringements upon hts territory. A Roy. P. Warfield is holding protracted meeting at my Carmel. We learn that he is meeting with Success. Cyrus Kellermier from Sherwood is visiting his parents or. Anti mrs. Gea Kel Lecrinier of this Vicinity. A a. Ii. Roh Rison will put a foundation undo his House and build an addition to the same the coming summer. A a in rep number of Elm logs Are being hauled to l Anne from this Section most of them go to turn Hall a Greenier. A the saw Mil is doing some Nice work and rapid too with Jan. Ii Omine us Heuff Sawyer gigs continue to arrive dully. A the trustees of Noble and Tiffin Union cemetery had a spliced meeting a. A Squire Potterf of Hutu Lay night february id a quite a number around Here have bought new trucks All being wide tires to the gravel on Holgate Pike soon a does up sledding a George and Henry Miller Are working on their Faro s in Paulding Cunny. They Are keeping bachelors Hall and doubtless think. A no wife to scold no children to Squall Happy is the Man that keeps bachelors Hall a a died on Saturn in february 10th, or. Gorman Siler aged 59 years 3 months and 8 Days. Sickness pneumonia funeral services on monday in he Johns Catholic Church of Defiance by Rev Jung the remains were interred in the a a Bulic cemetery of Defiance. The family have tile sympathy of the Community in their sad bereavement Aoki cola. always have Acker s baby soother at hand. It is the Only Safe Medicine yet made that will remove ail infantile disorders. It contains no opium or morphine but gives the child natural ease from pain. Price 25 . Sold by for Sale by a g. Woodward children a Home. Out a Rte visiting friends at Defiance Ana Hicksville the past week. . A. A. Saw Iii governess at the Home in up Midg a few Days Iii Defiance the guest of mrs. Wilson. A miss Daisy Parmer of Defiance who Bas been a guest for several Days at infirmary gave us a pleasant Call lust sunday. A there has been quite a demand upon our Home during the Winter tax Long the capacity of our building to the full. We have however Tad some Relief by Tim removal of sum of our children to state institutions. A quite a number of from Defiance looked through toe institution on thursday and expressed their pleasure in finding every department of me Home clean and attractive. A master Hugh Holbrook with or. And mrs. Holbrook took advantage of the Sleigh ing to bring out a velocipede thus adding to the obligations already due for like remembrances in tile past a six have been taken to the soldiers and Hail Ora orphan Home it Zemla and ohm was taken during the past week by or , our superintendent to the institution for feeble minded youth at Columba i he Matron visited Hicksville last week with a View to looking after children that had lie n reported to the Home. The Day spent looking through the abodes of poverty neglect and in one instance at feast of cruelty brought a feeling of mils ration that our county Horne unpretentious As it is affords a Refuge for these dependent children which no intelligent citizen know ing the facts could Ever grudge them. A utile child a boy not yet three years old Well formed but of stunted growth with regular and Attra Olive features had been beaten with a stick and otherwise cruelly treated at the hands of its step father As to Render it a most pitiable object. This child the Matron brought Home with her and Tho poor Little helpless and defenceless child is receiving kind care and where it is at least Safe from the brutal and cowardly beatings to which it had been subjected. Cd Typ <3, fire fretful peevish Cross or troubled with Windy Colic teething pains or stomach disorders can he relieved at once by using Ackers baby soother. It contains no opium or morphine hence is Safe. Price 25 . Sold by for Stile by n. G. Woodward. Powder absolutely pure. This powder never varies a Marvel of purity strength and Whoie Soomess. More economical than the Ordinary kind and cannot be sold in Competition with the multitude of Low test Short weight Alum or phosphate powders sold Only in cans. Royal baking but Der co., 106 a i St. . Nol

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