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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - February 22, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Harley a Corner store Headquarters for real bargains our Stock of Winter goods consisting of cloaks shawls flannels and blankets is Low. What is left you can buy of us at of just received an elegant line of Muslin Gingham seersucker chambray and table linens. Also 10,000 Yards White goods. Prices from to to 26 per cent cheaper than any House in the City. Saturday we open 7000 Yards chambray All colors at to cents a Yard real value 18 cents. Look before you buy your Spring goods. Go to the cheapest place in the City opposite Russell House. Harley a Corner store Jorfi Narf and express. Obi Republican pts per in Defiance county. The express publishing co published every Friday Defiance Ohio fell. Ii 1889. Office Corner Clinton and third its. Terms per year in Advance. Bonang circulation 2040. Entered at the Dolan pc office a second cum matter. Norman j. xxx Tho efficient commissioner of agriculture who a worked so Long Aud with dual Success to have the agricultural Bureau made a special department has Betti you fir Meti As the first Secretary of agriculture. Now then if Ohio is not to have any other Cabinet place j. Ii. Brigham is our candidate for agricultural Secretary. He knows what the Farmers need and will be no weight on the hands of Harris a s administration but to the contrary a Strong addition. Do you get your newspapers v May i be you have been blaming tile publishers for not sending it and if you have j read the following from the Kokomo Gazette and see what you think about j it a it was discovered that in a Quantity of supposed old pipers was Mold the Newman Pai it or company the Workman of which were found piecing one of the pile mail matter of All descriptions much of Tho stuff had been destroyed at the Mill before its character was discovered what was left was sorted and will be forwarded to its proper destination. The discovery a created a to get rid of the mail they could not handle it seems the clerks had dumped it out to be destroyed in this Way. _ Hon. Alfred p. Edgerton has written a letter to Grover Cleveland concerning his late removal by the president As civil service commissioner that is beyond anything produced during the whole Campaign for sarcasm and biting irony. The letter is causing a great Deal of excitement in political circles and its effect upon tin party is anxiously waited. Hon. A. I. Edgerton is a Democrat but he is not a civil service reformer As Cleveland is. He does not believe in pretence and deceit but straightforward work whether it cuts right or left. It is a Little severe at the very end of a democratic administration to have the demise so overshadowed with Clouds and no Flowers of remembrance but wreaths of sour grapes Tola Laid upon the confined remains of a catalogue of failures. The democratic cry of a depleted Treasury still continues. The democratic party has a poor memory. Ast your Eye Over the past and see How the finances have stood. When Bishop followed Young he found a full Treasury but left it nearly empty. Foster straightened out matters and Hoadly going in was Over Joyed at a Fountain of Money to Divide among his henchmen. So earnestly did he labor that on governor Fork cry a inauguration the state was on the verge of bankruptcy. To Day the finances of the state Are in a far better condition than at the time the Republican party took hold of the government. The political demagogue must have a cry of some kind. Though auditor Poe choked the wind off a few Days ago they still must squad to show they Are not completely annihilated like a Goat butting a Stone Wall to show ids head is hard. The Republican party is too hard a Stone Wall to crush with such soft wait until the new Law goes into effect a Large number of our readers Are kicking because we do not publish the commissioners annual report. We would like to accommodate them but cannot afford to do it for nothing. The blame should be Laid on to the commissioners who have seen tit to totally ignore almost one half of the taxpayers of Henry county by not publishing their report in this paper. The chances Are they will regret tin step they have taken when the people Are heard from next fall As prominent democrats have come to us saying that it was an outrage and one which they did not believe in Napoleon signal. Expressions. Van Wert is henceforth to be a dry it in. W to tis a w a in the Mon to preside Jeff Davis Wallington d 157 Yea thing the elect a ppr it birthday. In it i top t lie fact or. Article tile i the cd the six Abe Hud Crri. Vos Ion est we is Flem we to it ii a i d b Durn Ulii i que is up Paulding it i j. Neb in r is wort e. B Raska Ca Ding t gaining by Inch past to. Of i i conceal in or your a ground in \ and did exec i Isi it Esfi e from u per that Cut s now a thing it front of is bettor i Burka. Y Are unto Inch irk in the ave b in flab sir of Ogden knocked a holds. Elected a the mormons ii out in one of their last week the City Gentile for mayor Ami the saints were paralysed at the result. The ghost of Brigham Young it is said has since been seen with Rajie on his White dressing gown. A a a the Bellaire stove works a which has been fishing a Owr Northwestern Ohio for a year Haut last landed Defiance Usa sucker. It gets to acres of land valued at an acre. A pretty Good haul for the Beil-11am-�?hood 1 aunty Sentinel. Get on your glasses brother Brewer and do better. The new stove works get noticing unless they pay for it. We Issue a supplement this week and in it will be found educational matter of interest to everybody. An advertisement relative to the merits of the Tri state school at Angola Indiana an institution that Lias risen rapidly in Public favor during the last few years also appears. # a hog was lately killed in Fanner township this county that weighed 718 pounds. But this is nothing it is a great Deal larger hog the newspaper Man deals with when after taking his paper a year without paying for it some subscriber sends it Back with a a done to want it a written on the margin. The euterpe a a Ami demo tot offices at Montpelier have been Consoli lated and both papers Are now printed from Orn office under the name of Hie Enterprise. The new Enterprise is to be in deponent in politics which does not please the staunch republicans of that part of Williams county and they Are offering Liberal inducements for some one to Start a new Republican paper. Connell Proe Oding. Tho City father Mot at the Council chamber la regular Hesston tuesday evening All member boing present. The Reading of the minute. Of the last Lime Ting occupied much time. Linier Tho head of old Burnem or. Tennyson called for the second rending of toe ordinance to reduce the up cd of trains running into tile Clit uts Oral ii twice was Only indefinitely postponed at the Aud meeting to await the report of the attorneys messes. T Arter and Newbegin As to what their respective roads would do about reducing Speed or placing flagman at certain Crossings. The ordinance was put on us second Reading. The Bonds of the men to whom Tho natural Gas franchise was Given in the Sam of was rend and accepted the water committee reported favourably on extending the water Mains in the third Ward and recommended 1jhh feet of i Inch pipe lie Laid and for the better Protection in ens of tire three add omd Ore hydrants be placed in that part of the Ward the Resolution granting this was earned a sinew Alk Resolution for the o distraction it a walk on a Piston Road the w do to be four feet wide and Laid on three stringers was read and pass d b. F Enos read a petition from citizens on Wayne a Reet asking that Hie City reimburse them for the outlay they had made in fitting up trial Siree t it which has been Cut up by heavy haul a Over it. The petition was referred to the City solicitor to inv Slig the any Points of Law the it might be involved n it tie Street committee was asked for a port of in Ness referred to them. Or. Hahn rvs and Salt a i find or. Tennyson so i just told the machine works to go ahead and put in the Scales of they done to to a up the Street a Flint you should have put your report in writing and waited Tor the action of the Council before doing t it a a answered wrest Den Zeigler. A however if the Council wishes to accept your report it can do or. was Tine gain what to do for a moment until someone whispered to him when he moved that the report be adopted and it wan i hero being no further business the pub it debit committee not being ready to report the Council adjourned. The new York graphic has been recently purchased find completely reorganized us u vigorously Republican newspaper. It is is said that senator Quay s. B. Elkins and other prominent republicans Are concerned in Hie reorganization of 77ie graphic. If so the graphic is Burely going to become a Power in the re publican party and already shows wonderful improvement. Looking up a court House. County commissioners karst Cle runner and Miller accompanied by auditor Hill All of Defiance county were Liere yesterday to examine our new court hoist and expressed the highest admiration for the Findlay Republican. Ninth volume of Alden manifold cyclopedia. Open at random at which Page you will or look for almost any subject you choose and concise accurate and valuable information meets the Eye. With each new volume one s Surprise at the available knowledge contained in these Handy and even elegant books is increased. There can be no doubt that the completed set will form one of the Standard works of the generation. The Small Handy volumes Are so much More convenient for consultation than the big unwieldy Octavos or quartos of rival cyclopedia that one naturally refers to them much More often and is gratified to find that except in rare Pees the information afforded is fully us satisfactory As found in Appleton a Johnson a chamber a or the Britannica. The Price is so Low beyond All precedent placing it within popular reach�?50 cents a volume for cloth minding 05 cents for half Morocco postage 10c. A specimen volume May be ordered and returned if not wanted. John la. Alden publisher new York Chicago Atlanta and san Francisco. A ornamental tin shingles for House roofs and steel Sheet roofing for barns at h. Heerdegen so co. N8-4t. Obituary. In me Morium. Once again has the father almighty taken from our mid to turn of our most honoured members our beloved Friend. Anna Kingsbury one who. Bright intellect Strong ambitions and Earnest purposes gave Promise of a lift of great usefulness. Since by rid change that must come to All tile Ciao of ass finds its ranks broken for the first time in the loss of their Brilliant member. And the alumni association looses one of it number honoured by All. Therefore be it resolved that we thus publicly attest our grief at her Early death and extend to the sorrowing family our sincere sympathy in their affliction we fool that to Quot live in hearts we leave behind is not to resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the members of the family that they be printed in the Defiance papers and recorded in Tho minutes of Tho Alice Deatrick. Annette Hooker Alva c. Vlk Koger Emmett Slough. Lizzie Kishk Mayeu. Commute. Or w mril k. Morris Oue of the Best known citizens of a Glaize township Paulding county having lived Lor thirty six years in that Vicinity died it his Home near Arthur j. Tuesday Forenoon at it of clock. The funeral occurred from Bethel Church thursday at to of clock and the remains interred in toe ice cemetery. Increased was universally respected and esteemed and though not an old Man being but 50 years of age was a Pioneer in Northwestern Ohio and a Glaize township. His death was tin result of Sto Nache diseases from which he had suffered for years. Maggie Jennings daughter of Patrick Jennings South Defiance died Friday evening. Of consumption. Deceased was need 15 and a favorite with All who knew her. Died at Jewell Ohio january 20th. 1889. Of typhoid fever Perry it. Son of we. And e. J. Sproull aged 14 years 8 months and 27 Days. Perry Darling thou Hast left us and thy loss we deeply feel. But we know twas god bereft us. And he doth All things Well. Yes once Moro our circles broken he hath called another son. How hard for us to say sincerely of. God thy will be done. Yet we know that Over yonder Jesus had prepared a Home and in mercy sweetly whispered suffering Little wanderer come. Tymn to crossed Tho cold dark River with tile Savior a helping hand and we know he s but another Thoro to swell Tho Angel bund. Let us then submit in silence and no More our loss deplore while a know our Darlings Nappy on that blight and shining Shore. Mother. A the great popularity of or. Jones red Clover tonic is due to its efficiency agree Bien Ess and pleasant action. It promptly and thoroughly cures colds fevers dyspepsia Cost Veness bad breath piles pimples Low spirits sick and nervous headache ague malaria scr Fula rheumatism Stilt Rheum and All stomach liver and kidney troubles. Fifty cents of o. W. Bethol it cleanses and tones up the clogged and feverish system. Acceptable to the most delicate stomach. Harmless prompt and thorough in its action. 4 a the woman a Christian temper Anco Union of Alabama a clares it self opposed to female suffrage. Poison Oak. In surveying i accidentally handled a Poi son Oak Vine and in n few hours the us in i eruption and swelling appeared. My face was swollen and disfigured and my hands and arms seriously affected. I took Swift specific and it promptly cured me. And have had no return of it though this was five years ago. S. H. S. Cured my son also of tie same Poison. Andersons a oct 1 5, i ass. E. A. Bell. Swifts specific has cured me of a Mali Gnant breaking out on my log which Caus of intolerable pain. It was called eczema by the doctors tour of whom treate i me with no relict i candidly confess that i owe my present Good health to 8. 8.8. Which in my estimation is invaluable of a blood remedy. A miss Julia Dewitt 2227 n. Loth St St Louis to. Swifts specific is entirely a vegetable Medicine and is the Only Medicine which Lins Ever cured blood to flon scr Fula blood Humours and kind d Dis uses Send for our Book on blood and skin diseases mailed free. The Swift specific co., drawer 3, Atlanta a. A done to lose sleep with a tickling cough take Rinehart a cough Balsam. 25a hold by e. N. Ivonis. A re careful of the water which the cows drink. Phy8i?ians say that typhoid fever frequently is produced by impurities in the milk of cows drinking impure water. Look to your heart. Mrs. Charles Greenwood of Indianapolis had what the doctors called asthma but she got Little Relief until she took or. Mitch new cure which soon made her Long winded stopped the pain in Chest swelling of Ankles cough palpitation Etc. Sold at ii. G. Woodward a. Harper Magazine for March. A hitherto unpublished chapter in the life of Edgar Allan Poe will appear in i a per a Magazine for m mob. The old lady who was the heroine of tills Early love episode of the poet s gave or Augustus Van Creef permission to write Down and publish her reminiscences of it provided her identity should not be reveals i she declared that the portrait of the met which is reproduced in this number of harpers was 6110 Best one she had Ever seen and had his she died Iii the West in lss7, Over seventy years old. The inauguration of president elect Harrison. The Mackinaw will sell tickets to Washington and return account this event at very Low rates. Tickets will to on Sale at All cd j. A m. La. La. Fob. 28, March 1st. 2d Aud 3d, Good returning up to and including March s. The Mackinaw offers Superior advantages on t ids business As we give Choice of several routes. For full information write or make personal application to any ticket agent of Tho Mackinaw or la. R. Johnston g. P. A., Toledo. A a big Oil flail has created excitement at Gallup. . It is asserted that the Oil a runs in rivulets in Many i dares. A Strawberry plants Are in Bloom in the Tallahassee country Florida. A safa investment. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results or in Case of failure a return of Purchase Prica on this a plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle of or. Kings new discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring Relief in every Case. When use i for any affection of Throat lungs or Chest such As consumption Indian nation of lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Etc., Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly Safe and pm always lie depended upon trial bottles free at Colby a Scott a drug store. A perhaps the youngest College presi Dent in the world is Rev. Warren a. Candler who at tile age of thirty two Lias been put at the head of Emory College in Georgia. The inauguration. Special train to Washington. The Baltimore a Ohio r. It. Will run a special train of Pullman sleepers and Day coaches to Washington and Baltimore saturday March 2d. Arriving at Washington and Baltimore the next evening passing in Day Light Over the Allegheny mountains past Deer Park where president Harrison will spend the summer Mouths past harpers ferry and through the Beautiful and historic Valley of the Potomac. The following is time of train and list of excursion rates Defiance 9 00 p. By $14.00. Holgate 0 24 p. M., $13.00. Deshler. 9 45 p. By. $13.50. Tickets will be valid returning on All regular trains leaving Washington or Baltimore including those of March nth. Excursion tickets to Baltimore via b. A of. Are Good to Stop off at Washington in either or both directions. Those who contemplate making the trip should apply at once to b. A o. Agents at place named above for tickets and sleeping car space. Excursion tickets to Washington and Baltimore via b. A o. Ii. R. Will also be sold at above rates for All regular trains february 29th to March 3d, inclusive valid for return passage until March 8th. Nol0-2t a do you fuel languid Low spirited lifeless and miserable both physically and mentally have poor appetite fre Quot headaches bitter or bad taste in your Mouth nervous prostration and ii you know what the matter is you have Torpie liver associated with indigestion. You need or Jones red Glover tonic. You need it to Day. Buy of g. W. Bechel. An every prompt in re for headache consumption pimples rheumatism scr Fula dyspepsia and All blood disorders. 3 would enjoy your dinner and Are prevented by dyspepsia use Acker s dyspepsia tablets. They Are a positive cure for dyspepsia indigestion flatulence and constipation. We guarantee them. 25 and 50 cents. For Sale by n. G. Woodward. A a North Carolina Justice of the peace lined a citizen 85 for contempt of court in not bringing out a pail of water for the justices horses while he was travelling. The Best on Earth can truly be said of Griggs Glycerine Salve which is asure Safe and speedy cure for cuts bruises scalds Burns wounds and All other sores. Will positively cure piles Tetter and All skin eruptions. Try this wonder healer. Satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded. 25 cents. By. Sold in Defiance by Geo. W. Bechel. President Harrison. Those of our people wishing to witness to inaugural ceremonies at Washington d. C., March 4th, Are invited to Lake advantage of the cheap rate $15.oo offered by the Wabash railway for feb. 28th and March 1st, 2d and 3d. Tickets made Good for return up to and including March 8th. No9-3t j. Ii. Whitaker agent half fare to Wash i Egton. For the Benefit of All who desire to visit Washington at the time of the inauguration of president elect Harrison the b a cd in in go., will sell excursion tickets to Washington and Baltimore at rate or one far for the round trip from ail paints on its lines. The tickets will be on Sale february 29th to March 3rd inclusive and will be valid for return passage until March nth inclusive. Pleas note Tinl excursion tickets via b. A o. Will by Good to Baltimore us Well a to Washington Stop Over privileges bring granted at the latter Point in either or both directions within the Tim limit of the ticket. They will also be accepted for passage on All trains including the a yest louled limited without extra fare excursion t Kotb from Washington to Baltimore at rate of i 29 for the round trip will be on Sale at All b. A o. Ticket offices in Washington february 29th to March 4th, Good until Murch 7th. No9-3t a Tho Lehigh Valley Railroad now Haw twelve trains equipped with Tele graphic instruments for transmitting messages along the Road while the trains Are in motion. The new York graphic a new and Factor in Republican politics. Complete reorganization new management / Tho Hom Eliest Man in Defiance As As the handsomest and others Are invited log All on any druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kempis Balsam for the Throat and lungs a remedy t hat is Selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to relieve my cur All chronic and acute coughs asthma bronchitis mid co sump. Tion. Large bottles 50e and a 2eow a York nob., is a Little town but its streets cars have stoves. A a. P. Baffling ton won the Victory Over the other druggists in Defiance by procuring the Agency for the Sale of the remedy that never Faun to cure the consumption nervous prostration general debility and us remedy for Rhein alsm is sold no cure no p Ltd. Samples free. Try a tread be convinced no. 9-8w. A eight thousand of Toledo a 12,000 houses use natural Gas. The mothers Friend. Not Only shortens labor and lessens pain bul greatly diminishes the danger to life of both Mother and child if used ii few months before confinement. Write to toe Brad Field regulator go., Atlanta a. Sold by All druggists. Feb. A a Shingle Nail was found in a perfectly fresh egg recently by a Farmer near Niles Mich. Ona and reliable medicines Are the Best to depend upon. Ackers blood Al. Ixer has been prescribed for years for Allim purities of the blood. I n every form of so Romulous syphilitic or mercurial diseases till invaluable. For rheumatism has no equal for Sale by n. G. Woodward. A a vigorously Republican newspaper the graphic appeals to republicans All Over the country for support. Tho new ownership is Hilly making a better paper in news and illustrations and propose to Aid sound Republican principles with aggressive pen and Pencil. The Graly hic the Only illustrated Dally paper in the world and offers the Hest record of passing events for out of town readers through its pictures and news columns. The graphic now has a news sen Leo and a staff of writers unsurpassed by any other evening paper in new York the weekly graphic is just the paper for republicans throughout the country who need a general newspaper in addition to their local weekly. It is a twelve Page paper six of which Are devoted to Clever pictures of current i political and news events and six pages to Bright writers social political and literary Chat with All that makes a sound newspaper. Republicans during the coming year some of the most prominent leaders in the Republican party will contribute timely articles to the weakly graphic. Remember that the graphic being an illustrated paper does not interfere with any other paper. We want your support special Opfer. Send 40 cents for the weekly graphic for three months. Sample copies free regular subscription rates the daily graphic one year. .89 of six months. 4 50 one month. 80 weekly graphic. 2 of six months. I of Republican agents wanted everywhere. Sample and advertising matter free. Liberal commissions. Address graphic publishing co., 39-41 Park place. New York. O the weak and debilitate Comins conscious of a fits att or weakness or i Wen i Nelly Fri Active duties of life flu May themselves prematurely old or Are suffering from nervous weakness of any description eau to Penna neatly cured by consulting or. Albis it Superior St. Next to p. 0., Cokl Uland 0.1 1.1 Kust Defiance Price current. Corrected thursday Fob. 2ist. 1889. A provision maket. Wholesale. Retail apples Green per Bushel 35 so apples dried per la. 3 7 beeswax. Is 22 butter.,. 12 15 eggs per dozen. 12 15 Honey. 8 to lard. 8 i onions per Bushel. 40 so potatoes per Bushel. 25 30 Beans per Bushel.2 00 3 00 Wool unwashed. Is 20 fleece washed. 25 28 tub washed. 25 28 bait coarse Rock per bbl i 75 common per bbl.,.i of tallow. 4 5 cheese. 12 a in Clover seed prime. 4 so 2d4 so Al Sykes prime. 5 50 c of Grain. Prices at the Defiance Mills wheat. 95 Rye. 48 Oats. 24 Corn per Loo 42 bran. 75 middling 75 prices at Tho Erie Mills wheat. 95 Rye. 48 Oats. 24 Corn shelled. So bran. 75 middling 75 meat Market. Iff kled pork. 6 Bacon. La smoked Bura. 10 smoked shoulders. C beef fore Quarter. 4 Hind a a 5 chickens live. 6 dressed. 8 Kehnast is offering special Low prices in stoves and ranges 23 and 25 Clinton Street ask your retailer for the James Means $4 shoe ult tue James Means s3 shoe according to your needs. James Means 4 Rhoe Fie 1 go t and stylish. I lits Iii a stocking and requires no a a Ituna Cintrin a boing perfectly easy Tho first time it is worn. It will satisfy Tho most fastidious. Jam is Means it shoe is absolutely Tho Only shoe of its Price which Lins Ever been placed extensively on the Market Iii which durability a a considered before Mere out Ward ask for the tames s e .eiasfiiucef1 Means $2 shoe for boys j. Means my co., Boston. Full Linos of Tho above shoos for Sale by c. P. Harley amp co., no9-4t Corner store. Note lost or misplaced. A note from Lawrence Nordt payable to e. Ayres to the amount of $112, drawn for 5 tier cent interest payable on or about March 1st, ikh9. Any one finding this Noto will Confer a favor by sending notice to e. Arks at Defiance p. O. All persons Are hereby warned not to buy this Noto As it is Only lost or misplace Ltd and Payne ont has been stopped. # nos-3t buy the n famous a will i Ever break. Guaranteed to outwear any custom made Corset Mayer Strouse amp co. Mtr s. -4-12 Broadway. To. K turkeys live. 8 dressed. 9 Goose live. 5 dressed. 6 ducks live. 0 dressed. 8 veal calves dressed. 6 sheep dressed. 0 hides Green. 4 a a cured. 5 Shoop pelts. 25 to $1. Fat hogs.4 00 to 4 25 dressed hogs.5 00 to 5 25 flour and feed. A Astry flour per tack. Defiance. Queen a a a a a a. Corn meal bolted 1 Ira sack. Unbolted per Loo. Rye flour. 1-4 sack. A Orn and Oats clumped. Buck wheat flour per sack. Baled Hay per too. Straw to 12> 12 la 9 5 it 7 it to to 8 7 6 to Tim. New Hay. Clover Hay. I of i to i 30 20 i of i of i 90 40 70 40 to 50 $12 to $14 8.00 i j. Kusi Wabash St. Louis and Pacific going West. Pacific express. 2 47 a. M Kansas City 57 a. M St. Louis mail and express. 6 47 . Toledo and Defiance a come a arrive 6 35 a a going East. Toledo accommodation. 6 05 a. M new York express. 6 20 a a Toledo express. 2 50 p. M limited express. 7.42 a a Baltimore and Ohio railway. Took effect january 1889. Going West. No. 5�?-daily. No. 7�?daily. No. 17. No. 9. No. 47�?dally. Going East. No. 6�?daily. No. 8�?daily. No. To. No. 16. No. 40�?daily. 3 57 a. M 9 40 p. M 3 32 p. M to 05 a. M 12 42 a. M 12 08 a. M 4 45 a. M 2 55 p. M la 35 a. M 10 35 p. M t. E. Rogers architect and in Jieri ii ten d i Rig. Will furnish flans and specifications contract and detail drawings of Jill description. Office with Peter Kuhn at factory Corner Perry and 2d streets. Defiance Ohio. Noo to advertisers Alist of 1000 newspapers divided into states and sections will be sent on application free. To those who want their advertising to pay we can offer no better medium for thorough and effective work than the various sections of our select local list. Geo. F. Rowell amp co. Newspaper advertising Bureau no6-4t to Spruce St., new York. We e. F. Aldrich a Reader of full blooded and Grade to Stien frisian cattle Plymouth Rock chickens and improved Bester White hogs. 490ttuw& Pike near Defiance Ohio. Nos Oklahoma description and information containing three maps. Send St amp for circulars. A. Bass so co., Mcpherson Kansas. Cin., Jackson amp Mackinaw r. R. Time table in effect june to 1888. Trains pass Cecil As follow Noth bound. No. 2, Cincinnati a Battle Creek sex 2 35 p. M 4, Bryan and Van Wert express to 3s a m a pc to Chicago and Detroit express 2 2? a. M a a 8, accommodation. 6 43 a. M South bound. No. 1.1detroit and Cincinnati sex 136 a m a a 3, Battle sex 1 59 p. In 5, Cincinnati express. 7 31 a. In a a 7, accommodation. 7 15 p. In daily except sunday. Daily. Trains nos. I and 6 have through sleeping cars to Detroit and Cincinnati and through first class coaches Between Cincinnati and Chicago. Trains 2, 3, 4 and 5 have through ears to and from Cincinnati. Dir oot connection is made at Cincinnati Chicago and Detroit with All roads diverging. T. Schindler. H. It. Johnston asst. Gen. Puss. At. Gen. Pass agent. F. B. Drake general manager. Administrators Sale of in pursuance of an order of the probate court of Defiance county Ohio i will offer for aleut Public auction on the 23rd Day of february 1889, at i of clock in tile the front door of the court House in tile City of Defiance Ohio the following described premises situated and being in the county of Defiance and state of Ohio to wit All that part. Of the West half of Tho Northwest Quarter 1-4 of Section thirty one 31, in Tiffin township in said county and state being town five 5north of Range four 4 East which lies North of the Center of mud Creek so called excepting from said tract two pieces of land which said two pieces so excepted Are described As follows tile first being eight and seventy Nice hundredths of an acre 8-79commencing it the Center of mud Creek where Hie West Lino of said Section thirty one Ca crosses said Creek thence North on said Lino twelve 12 chains and five 5 links to Tho Center of the so called Bellefontain Road thence Smith fifty six 56 degrees East along the Center of said Road fourteen 14 chains and eighty so links thence South thirty three 33 degrees West eight 8 chains Aud sixty on links to tile Center of said Creek thence Westerly along the Center of said Creek to the place of beginning. Tile second tract excepted from tile first tract herein described consists of Twenty 20 acres of land off from Hie West Side of the tract first herein described and North of the so called Bellefontain Road being the same tract heretofore deeded to Christena Donley by John Stockman which deed is recorded in volume 19, Page 272, of Defiance county Ohio deed records to which deed for a Moro Complete description reference is hereby made. The tract to be sold lifter do ducting tile two tracts excepted contains fifty two and fifty nine hundredths 52 59-100 acres. A i raised at $1,800. Terms of Sale one third Cash on Day of Sale one third in on. Year and one third in two years from Day of Sale with interest deferred payments to be secured by mortgage on premises sold. Charles f. Clemmons. Administrator of John Stockman deed. February 1,1889. Febi-no7-4w our entire line of carpets is now in and ready for inspection. That we i fist line Ever shown in tie we have an immense line of Wool carpets from the cheapest to the Best and All the new patterns in tapestry body and velvets Brussels. 0o Jet Csuy of it tout a of oking at a w Stock also a full line of Spring dress goods embroideries Eto Palace store

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