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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - February 28, 1895, Defiance, Ohio Stab Defiance Republican listed 1857. Si.50 per annul. Estate Defiance thursday february rates. 28, 1895. Are i am especially Call at this office. Always ready to show parties land in this Paulding counties free Cost. Now is your time i i Chase improved unimproved lands at a bargain. A we. E. Moll i Defiance. Ohio. They too High ? Why ? to 6ut and slashed prices Cut $4. and $5 hand sewed Cork sole shoes to $3.69. 6 hand turned and $6 Patent leather shoes $4.89. $3 and $3.50 Cork sole shoes $2.69. $5 and 6 hand sewed Cordovan and Kangaroo shoes $4.49, for the next 30 Days a a sol cum a Winters entertainment. Great value for Little Money. By is tart tue world for a trifle. Ii publican family newspaper the paper and gives All the general news it1?�11 Pagejr Urnal is the leading United states. It is a National family the United states. It gives the pop tue i Quot agricultural department has no sup hor1�?� Urf t Jfe ports Are recognized authority a. A a it 8 Market re and exhaustive5 figs \ argument by j. Q. A. Campbell. A thorough paper Legal information for the Broad Guage Mew the Law governing Legal publications and the business sense that should govern publishers Why do not merchants sell All their goods at the same Bate per cent profit the following Able paper Legal printing is the production Hon. J. Q. A. Campbell editor the Belle Fountaine Republican. It was read at Columbus before the editorial association and bristles with facts and Good common sense Legal advertisements Are advertisements whose publication is re i ired by Law. These advertisements Are divided into three classes those that Are paid for by the Public those which Are paid for by litigants and those that Are paid for by estates. I hey Are published for the information parties concerned to save parties interested the trouble and expanse looking into the matters published personally to prevent the constant annoyance Public officials to prevent corruption Aud fraud to protect interested parties in their rights to save Money to parties interested and to expedite Public business the expense publication is paid from the Public Treasury from costs taxed to litigants and from the proceeds estates benefited. Rates charged for any service Are excessive Only when they Are out proportion to work done benefits received. Legal publication ditch and Pike notices is cheaper and better notification to those interested than any personal other service can be. It gives All a Chance for comparison assessments damages taxes Etc., whereby they May see whether the assessments a e upon them Are equitable and just As compared with assessments made upon others and it prevents fraud upon non residents Bervice is necessary and there is no other Are vice that could be so effective Safe cheap. Notices delinquent and forfeited tax sales Cost parties interested not one third a Dollar any tract inform interested parties often delinquencies that they did not know existed secure bidders for lands that must be sold cause Many through fear publication to nay their taxes and Are indispensable to the effective working our tax system. These things could in no other Way be so cheaply and effectually done. The Legal publication tax rates enables the taxpayer knowing his assessment to find the total tax required him and prevents him being overtaxed by dishonest treasurers collectors the publication also enables him to see How the taxes his own township City District compare with others in his county the publication this tax notice costs less than one cent to each inhabitant the county yet i have know an instance in my own county when it saved individual taxpayers from robbery by a dishonest treasurer and frustrated his plans for fleeing with All the contents the county Treasury. The it Gal publication detailed re must be established that All rates in every business should be uniform that such reduction would not materially injure the business the if so Pevy papers and that Legal advertising is equal interest and profit to the newspapers patrons with its commercial advertising. There is perhaps no musings where there is uniformity rates. It is an impossibility. The merchant and the grocer sell one class goods at i per cent profit another class at to another class at 25, and another at too i his difference is not arbitrary but reasonable not Only fixed but unchangeable. The merchant could no More reduce his higher rates to a level with his lower rates and live than he could raise the lower figures to the higher rates and retain his custom. If he should make a rate horizontal with the lower figures he would soon have to close his do ors because his profits would not pay his expenses. If he should make a 50 per cent 25 per cent horizontal rate he would have to close up his business for Lack patronage. The Chance customs the commercial world and Good and sufficient reasons have made these differences in rates and the dealer can neither ignore nor change them the Public could not afford to pay 25 per cent profit Staple goods because they consume so Many and they Are a necessity to them. The dealer can sell them at i 5 per cent profit because he can sell so Many Aud can turn his Money so often Dur my the year. But perishable goods goods that sell slowly goods that should they be supported liberally ? extracts from an address. That was read before the editorial association by . C. J. Thompson the Defiance Republican papers and Public printing a the theme assigned Points for the consideration the people As Well As the newspaper men. The following Are extracts from a paper read by . C. J. Thompson before the editor ,1 association held at Columbus feb. 16, 1894, upon the subject a the party paper and Public there Are thought to be some Points interest in it in View the supreme Effort being made by . Be Hrasek the county record to ruin 6, smash the business interests not Only himself but also his contemporaries a the party paper is a fixture. The Majenty its subscribers take it and pay for it from year to year because it represents the principles the party to which its subscribers have pinned their Faith. C00adz3tsanc having a population 3,000 More but such publication is made to reach the people and not necessarily because the papers such cities Are regarded party papers organs. Yet there Are some counties with Good towns containing Colitt f8,000 pm Pulat Ioa and not county seats and yet containing Loyal rapers. I think in such cases harm a sf1? be introduced to harmonize this and to keep Down inf re gets Over the questions Public printing but nothing should be taken away from the English county seat papers. In the City Keaton about a year ago a county auditor attempted to build up opposition to an old party the ame if Cyl by inducing a local Independent paper to come out a a Republican paper in order to take the commissioners report away from the old established Republican Organ shirt Rifle c0ulty and to appease the thirst for revenge ranking in the bosom the auditor. When the old Effii paper however got through nth the matter after testing it in the courts it was finally decided by the circuit court though the decision was never reduced to handed Down that officer set ers had any right to dictate to a vol. Xxxvi11.�?no. 12 Reward cards new styles a at la very Low prices. Scotts a drug store. James a. Boit Quot by sketch . z 1 ,feccr8iuccrulrhe for a no matter who May put his Money people will buy leave alone luxury into the Plant a party Organ to 108 Zirul her Cron Ria to a _ i Troio it la in. Lea and other goods he must make a Good profit upon he cannot afford to carry them. As it is with the merchant and the grocer so it is with the publisher. He buys a newspaper he finds a difference in the Price its commodities. He can make them uniform by re crate it he is in a measure but acting As a Steward for his party for the writing and no county county offi authority a a. Party what should Lull u1. Lt8 party paper Attiat such an Effort amounted to a Contin a 5�. Joefrau a the equity the finding being upon the presume put n that a party Organ was not determined the selection dictation an that was determined by hat the party in general and the James in Hoyt is a Cleveland boy us a and i father James a Hoyt has been an honoured and highly respected citizen the Forest City for Many years. Young Jim a Asho Quot was familiarly called by his friends party Organ is a Ward its party and 7 at be re amp added Retog Itei party has a general interest nit re ethpart7 paper editors publishers party papers an / jbu81dess interests an is Mav i Cimfl anti i abolished party Organ could not be rightfully subjected to harassment y guerrilla sheets interlopers Bora in november 1852, and is accordingly not yet 43 years age. He was educated in the Cleveland schools and after graduating from the High school entered Brown University at Providence r. I., graduating there in 1874. Returning to Cleveland he entered e Law office Spalding amp Diekman tile ormer having been an eminent supremo court judge in the fifties and East a. I Ujj a a a Fec. Eure for our baby when troubled with Colic dysentery. I now feel that my outfit is not Complete without a bottle this remedy at Home. For Sale by j. Dee l. Scott. May come and editors and publishers Mug it yet the party paper remains and goes forever. Every publisher during them to a horizontal level but a party paper has a right to expect to 7be,,Barrow print 8hop Stab la i hot at Tho a Rio. A Tho full a ribbed so p v Roith Oit will be at the Price ruining his business. He can find the horizontal level by raising his commercial rates to a level with his Legal rates but he Wui lose his commercial advertising by the venture. He finds that custom rounded Good reasons has founded an average rate that he must adhere to greatly damage his business. He seeks the reason for a difference in rates and perhaps cannot find it except in the fact that he and others must abide by the customs rates prevailing in his profession. Yet he will soon find a reason for the higher Price Legal advertising in the fact that it is limited in its character uninteresting to the general Reader limited in its advantages to a very few must be very carefully executed and is the most costly in its composition. Cutting its Price will not increase its volume and thus make up by a greater amount the loss in Price. But with comme Elal advertising the publisher finds that lower rates will increase the volume advertising and will encourage advertisers to run up larger Bills. Moreover their and ves Tising matter is interesting and often profitable to his readers Gener ally. The full support his party and no matter How much an editor May be disliked personally yet it is a duty every Loyal party Man owes to his party paper to throw it All the support and patronage possible. If a party paper is Well supported by its party it will be enabled in just such proportion to make its Power and in Amienee Felt Cinel be use to its a amp try but if its party is indifferent listless in its support the paper becomes a weakling and powerless for Good evil. A party paper should be fearless and give the news covering up nothing. It should always keep in close touch with the people. Persona abuse any sort whatsoever should be eliminated no editor publisher can Long succeed who uses his columns to abuse real imaginary enemies but in the discussion Public questions the criticism official acts Public officials the paper should be fearless yet always just no party paper can be a policy Wishy Washy milk and water affair and succeed. These Are potent reasons Why the Legal rates should be the higher and ii the service is cheaper and better to the parties served there is no reason Why the Legal r Tes hould be Cut Down unless the publishers rates taking them All around Are so exorbitant As to give him undue compensation Lor Bis labors this be urged As a reason for cutting rates we would ask where Are the evidences such orb France outside the cities How a special contract enables us to offer this splendid journal and the Republican express ports Public expenses prevents sex a any publishers have become Rich by portion favouritism in Fli Gacy and i calling i herein no class fraud. The expense is but a mite to 4----- each taxpayer but it is a mighty pro for. Section the Public purse and a gives the Public their Only insight into the official dealings their Public servants. The Legal publication notices for bids for Public work for Bonds Etc men who put in More hours Persis tent exacting wearing labor than they and while Many them have one year for Cash in Advance. The regular subscription for the two papers is s2 50 begin at any time. Address All orders to Only $1.75, a a. Made big few have reached a competence while lawyers with no More ability and with half the hours work and no capital invested make double the profits their labor. Secures Economy by completion pre tue newspaper is a Public servant vents awards to favourites at the sex d0id� subscriptions May Vinci by the Republican express. Str pouty a re add addre8s a instal card sen it to Geo w Best room 2, Tribune building new York Fotr anti . Hest w i i m Zug club it Loi ii City and Sample Cony the new Yurt weekly Tribune will be mailed to you. Y me Mew York sheriffs Sale. Sheriffs Sale. 1 till an order re appraisement d and s de. Issued out the court com county him the s6�?Tin 9th Day March a. D.,1895 at the hour one clock p. M., said Dav site i Phife is erched real estate to wit k coast a Defiance state wih part nah described As follows. Wit. Part the West fraction Romieh West fractional Quarter Section thirty gunship 4 North Range 5 . Begin ii a at East&srod401 sail faction thence East is rods 6 feet More less to the North East Corner said fraction thence South % rods 6 Freemo with North llne5 5 a to West line thence North 96 rods Bekins info containing 35 acres a i i so am noised at $1,050.00. Eat 9mmfv�?~hnrm, Nom. Hoe South East Quarter a Section 25, township rap a East at a Point 1360 feet East ?hilpt0lntfwher? s us a North Fine intersects the Center the Ayersville r and Sahf beginning being the North East it Orne Hay s addition to last Reliance thence East a rth line said quits Semuon p. Rods More less to the East line said Quarter Section then South said East line 450 feet thence we St 42 1-2 rods More toss to where it would intersect the East line Hay s addition if the same were extended southerly in the direction it now runs thence North 450 feet to Tho place bc2in St $fs7cs>atdidins 7&Gt acres Laud appraised taken at the suit the Union centred Frost it Alfance company against John p. Appraised at $1,237.50. A. In Andrew Tuttle. Sheriff Defiance county . To y in a a attorney for plaintiff Defiance o., february 2d, 1�95. 9-5 b courtnf�n0rt1eir, f Sale issued out the and to v 1 t10,&Quot rpm eat Defiance county Ana to me directed. I Iii 7&Gt the door the court i a a c Quot to bloc a e. County the m Defiance. Defiance 23rd Day March a. D 1895, in p. No said Day the wit probate court notice. T/nrohal800?118 have been filed a ill will be for h roof Defiance county. Olio. Of March iss a5 is Anmon saturday it a the my Day for a Benefit near Sass. Assignee Warncke creditors William j. Second account Wen. A Kell Mist ohm inic Trator the estate Joseph Geigl a ass second account Peter to Tim the minor children Jacob Bohr a faqs age final As t0 two said children now f i to a at the hour Oneo Cle following Des Cril Ted re estate to ohio11 am if the Caunt Defiance and state tract land conveyed i a i it Edgerton 142 acres to Lorenzo d. A g thence Point directly w est the Northwest c Ruer ,., Avest the North a tract sold by Bijj acre tract thence a 0 Sak James said i mine .1 to s us West Corner northerly Boundary . A l. "0ruie j7, a Ink the he Zinnia. Said Edgerton to c. C less taken at the suit i a a the state connect Venry treasurer and Coon his a Coon appraised at $1200.00. R Andrew Tuttle u e. Griffin Aho Quot for county. Ohio. Defiance . Rah. Mage. 11-Gt f. L. Hay probate judge. Sheriffs Sale. At a Altce a a the??7?,i-1 we offer to def lace. Def Lautej ?8 Lgth Day March and. 1895, the Folkie Inz in ?11 1ar�?T being fifty 50 acre inf a Tate. To wit the North end thelhpr1/,?11 East Quarter it a sect Iii k North township number n Zniber one number one i East. It finl no , taken at the suit the a up Tyr �,h,Io-a1 life insurance con in 011 a tic Ftp Freeman it a1. I any against John Vav. Appraised at $l,2o0.. Sheriff re Drew Tuttle. H. G. Baker. Attri Lff Csc . To Tahoe february Lati file to i Pense the Public and secures the service sought in the Best possible Way. The Legal publication ordinances cities and villages gives the Public notice matters that often vitally concern them and Laws that All Are expected to obey. All these publications Are essential to effective and cheap service and Are the Best Protection the Public against fraud and the necessity that prompted them is a guaranty their usefulness. Advertisements paid for by litigants Are sheriff and other sales and notices to parties interested claims set up against them notices sales Are necessary to secure the Best prices for property sold that purchasers May have Opportunity to look up titles and that parties interested in lands to be sold May have Public notification the Sale. Other Legal notices Are published to protect the rights parties sued and parties who May have interest in property that is in con ten Tion. Publication service by Public notice was adopted in All cases because it was the most effective and cheapest that could be adopted. Legal publication is the ounce preventive that is Worth a Pound cure the Sentinel that guards the Treasury the judge that assures equity the sword that hangs Over the would be thief the service that is simplest swiftest cheapest most effective and most satisfactory. The very fact that the Public often loses sight its object is the highest tribute to its efficiency. Like the most Pei feet machinery it does its work noiselessly because it is perfect in its action. I he fact that no one proposes to discontinue Legal publications offers a better substitute for the service they perform in any Case is the highest testimonial to its efficiency and necessity. J the necessity for publication conceded its effectiveness acknowledged and its cheap Ness compared with other mesh ods established there remains Only the one other consideration to be discussed a Are the present rates for Egal advertising too High a that they Are not too High compared with other methods service compared with advantages derived has already been shown. But there Are those who say that present rates should be reduced because they Are higher than the rates for equal space for commercial advertising. No other reason has been advanced to our knowledge. To prove that this is a Good reason for reducing the Price Legal advertising it a thousand things Gratis for the people it is a Sentinel guarding the Public Treasury it is a detective ferreting out crime Aud bringing the guilty to punishment it is a Monitor warning the people against frauds it is a guardian Public rights and Public liberties it is the voice the people and their constant and faithful advocate. Its Power and efficiency and its indispensable character Are set Forth in the constitutional clause guaranteeing the Freedom the press and it usefulness and necessity to the people and the state Are attested in the Laws the nation giving it free circulation through the mails. That which is such value whose usefulness is thus recognized and encouraged by the highest authority in our government should not be crippled in its abilities usefulness through any narrow policy retrenchment Tea May be instigated by unworthy motives by a misconception the business Laws which it successes and Are founded. There is no class business men who have Given More their profits their customers than publishers As is attested by the constant efforts they make to give the Public Low prices subscription More frequent service and an increasing volume news. For this Enterprise by reason their great service to the Public because their Independence is conducive to the Public Good they should meet with Liberal patronage and encouragement from the Public and should receive Liberal fees for the limited work the Public has for them to do. Upon Independence course must Cham fight their to positions it no difference children cry for antics delinquent subscribers. The Republican express Gebru a by let according to previous notice Cut off some 30 delinquent subscribers from its weekly list. Yesterday the Post office authorities Callet at Tho Republican express office with a partial list the names that had been stricken from our Rolls and wished to know what was the matter that a number gentlemen had called at the Post office and made a vigorous kick Aud had accused the postmaster holding Back their papers. When it was explained that the fault did not Lay in the Post office but in the $30 that the delinquent gentlemen owed the Republican express the Case was quite Plain. Some it is always expected and demanded that a party paper Lead the fight in the Community in which it is located for the party it represents and Battle Iai Trully fur the Success its party a candidates Aud the supremacy the party a principles in performing these duties there is not a published a party paper in the state that is not called upon to make great sacrifice time Energy and Money. There Are hundreds Loyal partisans in every county in who do not appreciate this fact yet it is True. So indifferent Are Many these otherwise Loyal party men that they fail to subscribe for their party Organ Many them and even in Nota few instances throw their business their j a punting Etc away from their party paper yet these Seif same men when in the course events seek party Public favors the office the pan paper is the first place to which the will turn their footsteps and they Theu expect As a matter the party Organ will and Pion their cause and Battles Aud raise them Power and profit How magnificent a fight their party paper May make for them if they fan in the attainment their goal the relapse into a state indifference toward the Success their party paper never once appreciating the Sac Lidice made for them. Of course there Are exceptions but we speak the Rule and not the exceptions. Then again there Are hundreds Well to do partisans in every count in the state who probably take the party Organ themselves thinking tha they Are doing their full duty toward their party paper but they Are not. I hey do not seem to appreciate the fact that there Are Many worthy fellow party men who cannot Aff re to take their party Organ and that therefore if the Well to do subscriber who in addition to being Well fixed in this worlds goods prides himself his party to affy who gloats Over the Success his party mourns Over its defeat if such a class subscribers to the party paper could Only be made to understand that every Dollar paid toward up building the party paper is a Dollar paid toward building up the party he would walk into the Sanctum Sanctorum each year and instead paying for one his own sub sorption he would pay for two three four a half dozen papers and Send them to people within the county not Able to pay for the paper patronize your party paper handsomely and you Are contributing at the same time to the strengthening your party interests locally. Neglect your party paper and you neglect your party locally and generally. The party paper is deserving Liberal patronage and sup port from every Man who claims to be a member the party it represents. It is entitled to All the business that can be thrown it. And Why should it not be entitled to the county printing the Wise Laws recognize the Many sacrifices newspaper men and have placed noon the statute books Laws to protect the party paper both great parties in every county the state. Where is the Man where is the legislator who would for a moment dare vote to break Down these Laws reduce the compensation for county publications to a Mere pittance the party paper is entitled to the county printing because it represents the members a great party and when the county printing is place in the recognized party papers organs if you please both great parties within a county then it is and then alone that the Public ions reach nearly All the people a county that can be a people seem to think that newspapers newspapers and by the Way Clid you j a Ever fear number0f party organs located outside county seats ? True the Law always provides for additional publications county printing in cities not county Are printed to give away. Pitchers Castoria. Fished solely with a View to breaking Down the old established business and in nil up to paper in Mapy 2fh is a question raised about the publication the commissioners annual report. It is claimed hat Section 4367 the revised statutes does not specify that the commissioners report shall be published in two newspapers opposite poli Ucb at the county seat. We believe that the intent that statute is to include the commissioners annual report and cause it to be published at the county seat because that statute specifies what shall not go into two papers opposite politics at the county seat. In our Section the state especially in our county it has been the custom to give full and Complete statements the commissioners an qual report. This should obtain in every county in the state because the Law contemplates that a commission ers report shall give the people the Ullest information possible Aslo what has become their Money not Only the itemized receipts but the itemized disbursements especially should be included in the commissioners annual rep rut i jaw says that this report Hall be published in two newspapers opposite politics in order doubt that the report a the. Mail Rity the people throughout the county. If a Mere summary the commissioners transactions the year is palmed off the people instead a detailed report the people Are left in the dark As to what has been done with their Money and so far As information to the Public is concerned a compliance with the intent and meaning the Law is effected the report might As Well never Lave been published for a summary defeats the intent 1 the Law and leaves the taxpayers in darkness. A summary is not a detailed report. It As easy to do a thing right As it is to do Rong Aud therefore every party paper in the state ought to insist that every Board county under a full detailed report As contemplated by the Law thei feedings for the year. There is another class county printing in which the party paper is interested. It is the publication insurance statements. Nearly every publisher knows that the present Law that subject is woefully defective. In a recent talk with insurance com missioner Hahn he complained this \ fact Ami illustrated it by saying that in his county Richland which contained the great and Beautiful City k ad8?eld�?T insurance statements had filled one whole Side an obscure paper off in a Little town in Richland county completely shutting out the City Mansfield from any information the subject insurance statements whatsoever. Or. Hahn informed me that he was against this sort business and i think that if Fuji is hers party papers were to encourage him he would see to it that the evil is remedied. Every member the present legislature owes it to his party paper to see to it that the interests party organs Are protected he owes it to his party to see to it that every Effort made to harrass these papers should he frowned upon and Dis countenanced. But he owes a Urther duty it is the business the legislator the same As it is the duty the Loyal party Man subscriber to the party Organ to seek to build up his party paper. If he l f.8tbls be we be legislating to build up his party. He need not be afraid. No legislature will Ever be in danger doing too much for the party paper the country press if you please which makes All the fights controls the politics the state and makes and unmake the political futures governors congressmen and even legislators. Shiloh a cure. The great cough and croup cure in in great demand pock size Montaina Twenty five doses Only children love it. Sold by drug 24-Ly any one who has children will re be win h b Millford pains Leld. P18 a Ottle boy five years age was sick with croup. For two Dave and nights he tried various remedies recommended by his friends and neigh the 8ays thought Aure Hart �?T08e him 1 had 8een Cham-flnr1 ?8 �0utgh remedy advertised Ana 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 Rcd a by q0w Aid As soon As any my children show signs croup i rive it to them and that is the last it. 2o and 50 cent bottles for Sale by l 8�>�?o dec Sec pro James h. Hoyt. The latter having just concluded his Ond term the state supreme Bench. He attended and graduated from har Vard Law school in 1877, and began the pja1n0 Law 38 a member the firm Willey Sherman amp Hoyt. This firm afterwards became Sherman Hoyt amp Dustin and upon the death the former new blood was taken in and is now Hoyt Dustin amp Kelley. It has a Large practice in the Best class mercantile business and has a very High standing at the Cuya hoga county bar. Or. Hoyt is a brother Rev. Or. Wayland Hoyt the eminent congregational minister. He is a very cordial agreeable gentleman and has few equals As a witty and fascinating orator. As an a Ter dinner speaker a Campaign stumper and a finished orator upon state occasions he is always instructive entertaining and captivating both in his wit and logic. His speech at the Lincoln Day banquet at Cincinnati last tuesday when he responded to a to 96,�?� was one the Best the list a in it he insisted upon Foraker for the Senate and Mckinley for president. Or. Hoyt has a Beautiful Home and a Charm my wife and three Small children he is devotedly attached to his Famiie and his popularity in society does not Lessen his attention to his which is Ideal. Coughing leads to Kempis Balsam stops once. Consumption the cough at n9-Ly prices Cream baking powder world fair highest award. For rheumatism i have found nothing equal to chamberlains Spain aim. It relieves the pain As soon As applied. J w. Young West Liberty w. \ a the prompt Relief it affords is alone Worth Many times the Cost cents. It continued use will effect a permanent cure. For Sale by j. L. Bcott dec Home life to for the sunny South n la vate excursion March 5th, via to Quot a eyes Are turned to the a sunny with the new England Mills moving to a a Dixie a land with numerous Iron foundries factories and Large manufacturing plants migrating from the North to the South the eyes the astonished North Are drawn to this favored country. On March 5th the Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton will run one its Low rate excursions at one fare for for the round trip to Points in Alabama Florida and Georgia. In these three states tickets will be sold to All Points North and West and including Augusta Bonaire Eufaula Montgomery River Junction Points in Kentucky South and Richmond Junction Ville Bucklers Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum including City Norton Exzabe thrown Louisiana to new Orleans and to Points the i l and y. Amp m. Y. R. By. To All Points in Mississippi North and South Carolina and Tennessee. To Points in Virginia South and including a two Ochi i lie Multi. I a a a Usu Luau Liob to to 8�?ore8�?T Tetter. Chapped hands i vie line the c amp o., through got Chili Mina narnia in i ii i a i in Navilla 1 a. Chilblains comes and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles 01 pay required. It is guaranteed to g be per Lect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. Homo seekers excursions to v Louinia and the South. March 5 agents Central lines will sell Home seekers excursion tickets to Virginia North and South Carolina Alabama Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana. Mississippi and Tennessee rate one fare for round trip. Limit jul Claye to Virginia and to other territory 20 Days. D Dansville. For tickets and full information Call address your near amp d ticket agent address d. Or. Edwards ged. Pass. Agent Cincinnati To spinal . Miles nerve Piaster a new Lodge attempt being mad to Institute Council improved order red Bien. Killed by footpads the cause and facts regarding the beat a. B. Mason broke her Arm. Mrs. Rev. A. A. Jordan badly Hart by a fall recently. Is. A. L. Jordan the wife the pastor the Baptist Church was the victim an unfortunate Accident recently. She fell Down about 8 clock and when . A. Rohn was called in was discovered that mrs. Jordan had fractured her left Arm above the wrist. Or. Rohn assisted . B. Stevens reduced fracture. The citizens opera House suit commenced to foreclose Sio too mortgage the property. The Defiance Home saving and loan association has commenced proceedings in common pleas to foreclose a $10,000 mortgage the citizens opera House the property j f. Deatrick h. G. Baker Peter Kuhn and h. P. Miller. Or and mrs. F. C. Pfander returned rom Chicago 111., recently where they were called to attend the funeral a. B. Mason. They were accompanied by mrs. Mason and son Fred. The death . Mason was due directly to an assault upon him by two foot pads Harry Lyons and John Brien saturday evening feb. 9. In was assaulted Van Buren Between Jefferson and Desplaines streets. As he passed an Alley the men stepped out and Mason very promptly Drew a revolver which it is said was taken away from him by Lyons before he could use it. Lyons then fired two shots one the bullets gazing masons forehead. The butt the revolver was also used his head by Lyons. As the men started to run away they were caught by officers Hoffman and Hickey. On monday morning following the assault . Mason was Able to appear in court and identify i his assailants and they were placed under $4,400 Bonds. The wound received by Mason was not considered serious until wednesday morning when a blood vessel busted in his Bead and death ensued. Lyons and Brien Are both Young men but belong to the toughest element in the City Chicago. As there is some talk instituting a Council improved order red men in this City friends the project have ask the Republican express to say something relative to its history and objects. The order is founded upon the customs traditions and history the aborigines who previous to their Contact with civilization were a Noble race its primary object is to promote the practice Benevolence and Charity the care and Protection widows and orphans and the cultivation Friendly relations among Mankind. It binds no one to any religious political Creed its ceremonies Are interesting and instructive and free from anything a frivolous objection Al character. The motto the order is Freedom Friendship and Charity and the lessons drawn from these words Are very Beautiful. A permanent organization was effected in the City Baltimore in 1835 and the order has since found its Way into nearly every state and territory in the Union. It has a social feature in the degree pocahantas. This is intended for Tho wife sister daughter lady Friend Over 18 years any member the chiefs degree and in becoming very popular bringing the families the members into closer social relation with each other. Members .the order in this City who Are trying to have a Council Institute Bere Are so far As we know very pleasant gentlemen and we Hope will prove work. Highest All in be l. Govt report Abs amp Sov temp pure

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