Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
18 Jan 1889

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18 Jan 1889

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - January 18, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance qty unto if Republican vol. . Defiance county Ohio Friday. January 18, 1880. No. 5. Clearing Sale business is booming Why because we have slaughtered prices on everything i Pilgrim. The cheap school Book question Good roads and More Law for commissioners court House janitor Normal schools. Saturday and All next week we will place on Sale one lot of $2.50 boots at one lot of $3 and up t3 $4-50 boots at the awful Price of i i i i in apis frightful Slaughter of prices lot of $6 and $7 cloaks for. Lot of $10 and $12 cloaks for. Lot of handsome Plush wraps regular Price $18, for Only lot of ,Price$40,for 16.00 this is your Chance and time to buy at Swalley amp , j to editor of the Republican last week is Folie a nip achoo look system. I u Reform urgently need i. Why Tex t books when there is such a multiplicity of .lir1? d Joro priced is often astonishing to parents and students who buy Lucia but when it is known that t Here is an immense Combine or school Book a a Trust Liti a. Bet a understood. From the i Gisla Ive. Proceedings i see that a repro sen tatic him Intro due my a Bill regulating the school Book question ill it pass i hats a deeper and More searching Quot Mon still. I do not think it will. It is too much in the interest of Tho people. The school Book men w us Tooji Down on the capital with Lio Odle Aud smooth tongues in sufficient quantities to at least delay the Dill As not to have it brought in for Anni passage t his session. With cheap school books Many children would receive Tho advantage of in education that is now greatly limited. No one realizes until they attempt to buy a half dozen books for Trio boys lathe fall How much the one item foots no do we Ever expect to have books Ohe perv most assuredly. The present High prices i 1� by Cut Bito pieces try judicious legislation if not done by the sixty eighth Assembly. Ile forms come slowly and when they do come they Are too often half Way measures very unsatisfactory to the adv Oke <5. Still a Man should remember that this is , and people do not All think alike. We ought to look at it As philosophic Illy is the Indian who sail he a nil glad men did not All see alike for if they did Tho men would All want his Squaw to will Walt in Hope that in a Short time we can buy text books As cheap in proportion As we can Good books on tonics not taught in Tho common or High schools. Fresh tempting a candies a Large new lot just received at Colby amp Scott a drug Book Wall paper store. My poor Back 1 Bat the common exclamation of those suffering with rheumatism or kidney troubles. In either disease in ainess celery compound will surely effect a cure and there will no longer be $3.00 5.00 9.77 Peoples store Defiance Ohio. Orand Oriel lie ii log sat i the i in r 7 . Bronson Beal estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. 305�?for Sale 102 acre farm in Tiffin township 90 acres under plow wind pump. Price $4,500. It is very cheap. 306�?for Sale co acre farm in Section a Glaize township Paulding county 50 acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,500. 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 of Defiance. T 319�?for Sale a Ane residence Corner of Jefferson Aud second streets Defiance Ohio. All modern improvements together with Good Furnace. Price Low terms reasonable. A Quot Sillesa acre farm in Section 2, Highland township Defiance county. Good Frame House splendid water a acres under plow. Price and terms reasonable. 323�?for Salo a Fine Home in North Defiance All modern improvements located on same Street and close to the College. Will be sold cheap. 324-Fo Sale-80 acre farm in sectional Mark township 45 acres under plow Well under drained Fine fruit new Grainery new Frame House Good cellar three Wells fences Are no. I Only two Miles from b. A o. It. It. Soli is Tho Best. Price $45 per acre. Tills farm is Well Worth seeing. I 327 for sale�?176 acre farm in Brown township Paulding county a acres under plow Good Frame House Fine Young Orchard nil iuyi�?~kliri5 8?col\d Bottom Good Wells on the land. I his is a bargain. Price and berms reasonable. ,329 a for Sale-80 acres of land in sections in and 20, Highland township Defiance coun a acres improved two Frame houses Frame barn Good Young Orchard land Well a 7 y 81_2.ralle8 from Defiance. Price $3,200. Come and see this. T,?.?5fot.8tti0raflne Brick residence on Jackson Street Defiance. This property is actually Worth $3,500, but will sell for $2,500 a 337�?for sale�?140 acre farm within 40 min 1 r. Aff Mia 1tbo of Defiance Good gravels a. Bays Shalt thou labor and do All thy Unco county. Price�$7,5oo. In deft work but r the j. De elected Justice of the a,.h7fol 8ale25? in to farm n de i Awa 19 h5, acre,81 River Bottom Good build a n 1 i farm lies Righten Tho River and is Well adapted for Stock raising. $50 per acre. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at b. A o. Depot of to i8 one of ?.8,t desirable properties Price $750�po will surely Rise in value. Shady Corners. Baker a Smith have been dressing hav in this Vicinity. 0 a a. M. Stahl is going the rounds with his c limn w Ood Sawr. A mrs. Haver has been quite sick for some tune or. Colby is in attendance. A we Are informed that Platter Creek has a new Cabinet shop running at full Blas. A miss Jennie Expects to visit with friends East of Shady Corners next sunday. A my Birch has been partially dethroned of her reason Tor two weeks but is better at this writing the grievances of High Tariff will be discussed next wednesday evening at Phil. Johns schoolhouse. The school at Shady Corners is progressing with unusual interest. A few More seats should be procured for the accommodation of visitors Macy Devore who has been confined to her suck room for seventeen months past was Able to be taken to her fathers on Christmas Day a distance of three fourths of a mile injury to herself. I he Cleveland Leader Conta nod an Oral Ola the list weak of importance to every resident of this part of the ate. It was on the in try act of roads and was of follows p Kea c0ht Rqn Noy Bat they Are Worth Anana More than their Cost. The present Pike Law provides that All tills expense be Laid upon Tho property immediately adjacent to the improvement. In some ways this is hardly fair. Good roads Are or value to More than one neighbourhood and a part of the expense of hiking might equitably to Laid upon the whole township or several townships. Of coarse the larger part of the Benefit is Felt by the Farmers in Tho immediate Vicinti v. Accordingly they should pay the bulk of the Cost but it oui i be no More than just to Levy a certain percent of the Cost upon contiguous territory which is More or less Benefi to a by the improvement of the Pike Laws wore amended that this might he done it would probably have some effect in in creasing the number of pikes. In general the agitation of the question among the Farmers is needed and the country paper would do a great service if they would take this matter up energetically and do All in their Power to secure action either by urging the building of pikes or an improvement in tile present methods of Road making. Even a few inches of gravel on a Well drained Road makes a wonderful improvement and such an improvement can in most parts of the slate be made at a comparatively Small com i Liis is a subject of great importance flood roads Are in no Small degree a Meas Lite of civilization and if the Farmers of sections that now suffer from a my i blockade a Good part of the year Only appreciated the saving to teams Aud men that results Flora Good roads they would not Long be that in to the Point. We want Good roads n this part of Tho state. From the peculiarity of the soil they cannot lie obtained Graveling. After Graveling they need a great Deal of care until they Are packed hard and smooth. If they Are not cared for the result will be that a person can hardly ride in safety Over them filled with pit holes ruts und rises will Liev be. Do the commissioners forget this some times or have they purposely neglected it. What is the reason that two or three Well Gravelled roads Are almost useless on account of lumps and pitch holes Mastery of a kingdom with Only a certificate of character and a paper showing How , now oth it a branches he has a knowledge of. Of course the Low salaries and arrangements at present for teachers will not warrant a Large expenditure Tor a technical education in this line and that is where the state school will come in but enough of this for the present 1 should like to hear expressions of opinions on this subject from Northwestern Ohio vouchers Bend in your communications a i1,1 8e�?Td to the re we Icay and express with Tor Pilgrim a in one Corner of the envelope confine your letter to on un-fij0r the question a what do you think of Hunte Normal schools for Ohio a hoping every one who is teaching will answer i remain yours _ Pilo rim. A woman discovery. A another wonderful discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this county disease fastened its clutches upon her Anil Tor seven years she withstood us severest tests but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent for terse months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She bought of us a bottle of or King new discovery for consumption and was much relieved on taking first dose that she slept All night and with one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name is mrs. Luther thus write w. C. Ham Hytti Len n 8�?T,e�by�?T a free trial bottle at Colby a Scott drug store. Any cause to complain of a poor ing confirm our claims for that grand old �?o7 to weeks ago i could not sleep was constipated and kidneys did not act Back. Since i took Paine a celery and i can sleep like a Zena a a i Laving be it to troubled with rheumatism to get around and was very often con have used nearly All medicines imaginable Tage. Having seen Paine a celery com used Only one bottle and am perfectly Lively As a Brank Caroli Eureka Nevada. Hundreds of testimonials like the follow remedy paines a celery compound More than an hour at a time any night and had a Good Deal of pain in the compound the pain has left my Back Sanders West Windsor Vermont for five years i was almost unable fined to my bed for weeks at a time. I besides outside advices but to no Adan Pound advertised i gave it a trial. I have cured. I can now jump around and feel Price $ i.00. Six for $<.00. by druggists. Send for 8-Page testimonial paper. Wells Richardson 8c co., proprietors. Burlington Vermont. Highland Center items. I to township trustees have More Power in Tim Way of obtaining gravel than the county commissioners. While the trustees May take gravel from a lied whether the owner consents or not and afterwards an appraisement of the value of tile gravel use i is made and it is according to Law the commissioners Are it the mercy of the pit owners. He can say ten fifteen or Twenty cents a Load just As lie pleases and it must be pad or the gravel. Ibis does not seem right. The men who have charge of the county Road work should have As much Power in Thih matter As a Board of township officers fat marriage tit the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense. Chas. Bronson Defiance o. Secures to girls a painless perfect development and thus prevents life Long weaknesses. Sustains and soothes overworked women exhausted mothers and prevents pro Lapsus. Cures palpitation sleeplessness nervous breaking Down often preventing insanity providing a Safe change of life and a Hale and Happy old age. Beader suffering from any complaint Peculiar to the female sex Hora Lei Worth everything to you. For full information address Zoa Phora Medicine co. Kalamazoo. Mich. Fee Quot for Sale by Colby amp Scott druggists Defiance Ohio. Zoa Phora woman a Friend. $1,000 Reward. For every Case of nasal or Post nasal Catarrh that _ i it a. Livingston a a positive cure for Catarrh fails to Cere. Mmsonbu9 guaranteed or Money refunded when our rules and instructions Are carried out in full. The Only Catarrh Medicine of Merit and the Only company that with to Northi in k w thu it Lic that we do not come before the people with a worthless nostrum but one of Merit. Do not let your druggist sell you a bottle Miless it has our guarantee on same. For Sale by All drug Trade. Price 91.00 pery�-ur.? does not Hare la 5011 1 $1�?T amp and we a express charges. Or. Livingston Medicine co. Dayton. Ohio. A a a a a a Oil us us us Nee or tile i each of Murk township and his colleague spent the last sunday of uses at work on jus Bridge Over plat or Creek. A remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy a George. Old Foisiy. An invariable sign. Swelling of the Ankles or feet when not due to rheumatism prof. Decosta says is always caused by a weak or diseased heart no is shortness of breath pain or uneasiness when lying on the left Side smothering spell the Only cure is or. Miles new cure. Sold at n. Wood aids a drug store. Farmer. A mrs Elias fickle is dangerously ill a the infant daughter of Robert Ensign is just recovering from a severe sick spell a or. Und mrs. Kimmel of Hamilton did were Here the first of lust week attending the funeral of mrs. Ida Sweet. A David Crowell who is working in the Sawmill Here had the misfortune to get one of his fingers mashed not Long since. A Johnson Bros. Started up a feed Mill Here monday of last week. Anyone desiring to get feed ground should give them a Call immense excitement prevailed in Hicksville last week Over the extremely Low prices for which Brown a Benne sell furniture. A we were in error last week when we stated that Cyrus Kittridge and Betty Smead were United in marriage. We should have said Cyrus Kittridge and it id heed. We beg the Pardon of All Coupe red. A mrs. Ida Sweet a Snell was born in Farmer township. Defiance county Ohio february oth 1805, and departed this life january o a 1889, aged 2ii Yonis and la months. The funeral was conducted from the Church Here at one of clock tuesday by the Rev. J. W. Lilly of Hicksville. She leaves u husband and a iwo Yea Road daughter besides a Host of Ither relatives and friends to mourn her departure. Claude. I suppose Pilgrim will pitch into the commissioners for discharging tile present janitor at the court House a said a lawyer to me this week. A was for myself a he con tinned. A i wish he woul i i think it was wrong to discharge an old Man in the mid die of Winter making some pro visions for a Chasn t he been liberally paid in the past a i asked. A Well yes. He lies been there a Long time always had his own Way done Exta work As occasion required Blit i a Good Chance to pitch into toe commissioners and Pilgrim ought to do it a and he slapped his chair Arm . Pilgrim however is going to do nothing of Tim kind. Bight Here it is a Good time and place to say something to the people who hate Pilgrim and Tho a Pilgrim letters a with All the venom they can conjure it is no part of pilgrims work to tear Down anything done by officials whether Democrat or Republican for the Good of be people and the Relief of. The tax pay Era crookedness in any place of seen will be aired Ana shortcomings Verri be spoken of in Plain unvarnished language. And if there is any mention of any operation wherein Lim facts Are not Given by me it will be willingly corrected when the wrong is shown me. As to the change in the janitor Pilgrim believes it was for the bes interest of tile Kornily and for tile court House cleanliness. Now ii some of the other expenditures of Money in a wasteful manner and not certainly expenses where they should hav. Been wiil be corrected Pilgrim will believe messes. Miller and Clammer Are receiving some Benefit from the continual lecturing they have been receiving from these com mss. A a constant dropping will Wear away Stone Quot says holy writ and a constant repetition of lessons will sometimes educate men who Are Ever unwilling to learn. Miss Maud Tracy is still on the sick list writhe gook re Wolf is very poorly at this John Ball is the Happy father of a bouncing boy. The Highland literary society began last saturday evening. Peter Minsel is preparing to build a Fine residence in the Spring. Henry Wolf and family were the guests of their parents lust sunday. The widow Bron and family Are snugly cooped in their new domicile. A a run z Schrich has secured the contract of building Bernard Steinr Aeiry a barn. T.5? Al of pm cd toe school taught by Estella Randall Jan. 2 j. Better late than never. A mrs. H. Blanchard had a now years dinner for her sunday school class. All enjoyed a Good time. J j a Kin Harris had a Lively runaway one night this week on his Way Home from Church no one Hurt. Adam Voss wears a smile As a Long of a Fence rail a All because it la a dish Washer pass up the a Kraut a Adam. A mrs Eliza Hollenbaugh of Auburn ind. Sister of Samuel Smith is visiting friends and relatives in this place. Of. Kleinhen. And family attended the family reunion last sunday held it the residence of h. J. Kleinhen. It matters not How the county affairs Are run by the commissioners John Stork our grocer Sells a Black Jack it reduced prices. The Vance Bennett a saw Mill located on Tho farm of Samuel Harper is again in running order. Let the wheels Roll John. Here and there. The world ought to know it. The world ought to know what S. A duh Lone Tor me in he cure of a malignant cancer which was bad As to be considered incurable by the physicians in Chicago where i went to be treated the Hospital surgeons gave me up saying they could do nothing for me. One of my neighbors sent me a copy of an advertisement Cut from a paper in regard to swifts specific und i began taking it. I got Relief from the first few doses the Poison was gradually forced on j of my system and i was soon cured sound and Well. It is now ten months since i quit taking 8. 8. 8. And i have no sign of return of the dreadful disease. There Are thousands of people going to their Graves every year with cancer and they ought to know of the virtue of h. H. 8. Mrs. Ann Bothwell. A Sable mich., Doc. 29, �?T88. Washington township. A business is reviving some at Ney. A John Gaiter is quite poorly with dropsy. A a a a Leer 18 preparing to run a saw with his engine. A the roads Are As bad As they generally get in this Section. Y Ridenour of Greenville was in our Village last week. A Gen. A b. Rice and or. Marble were at Nej last week settling up Railroad matters a soum of the band boys Are dropping off but there is always some one ready to fill Tho place. A a poor Winter far for saw Mills and factories As the roads Are too bad for hauling to in Lier. My Peggy Dean sold 40 acres of Timber land inst week to c. F. Goiler. Consid ution 9900. .v7�?~1,iler0, a Imp amount of fat hogs in this Vicinity for Sale waiting for the Rise in the Market. I irk Eagle shipped a Carload of hogs and sheep to luf tulo Las week. They were All his own raising. A Bell Burk has procured Tho Agency or a washing machine which she is canvassing for with Good Success. A mrs. Pete Franks and or Frank a Mother in Law of Bryan were guests at John Kintner a lost week. It hey arc talking of building a Church in the South West part of this township pleasant Point would be a Nice location for a Church. A who Chicken thieves Are not All cloture yet we would advise them to slow or they May be captured before Liev Are award of it a a party of friends littered at the residence of w. Ill. Pierce last thursday evening to Welcome Tho return of the misses Josie and Emma pierce., from West Groton n. A. Where they have been visiting re elves for the past year. They arrived Here it Oclock j. In. After congratulations bad passed around the guests were treated to a Hampton supper prepared for the occasion after which there wore some song and the guests then returned to their several Homes. A Cousin from West Groton came with them. Adams township the boat in the world. Or. J. W. Hamilton of Merrillan. Was. Says i have sold Warners White wine of tar syrup Tor Yeth. It is the Best cough Medicine in tile world and has no equal for asthma. Sold by Colby a Scott. Jan Sherwood. A a great Deal of sickness Dii Jake my to at wart in Newell a last san mrs. David Metz is having the rheumatism at present8? Kigar visited at Liberty Center last week. J ��?z7arter,y atm Carmel last saturday and sunday. Wednesday evening was a regular old blizzard of a night p a Fred Meyer is Labouring for his brother Hannon in Tiffin township. A or. And mrs. Dennis Jones were partakers of Throat difficulty lust week. I Lisai Quot of Burke seems to have considerable business at West it Edge be what i were Kle Ltd during the Hunt at Ridgeville Corners new years. A a a mrs Ota a German lady aged 7.7 be i in died recently after an illness of one Day. V"1181 tit Crnz on tile roof of or. I ran k Mekus House caught fire the whole roof was burned off and Only for timely assistance the Horine would have burned a or. Binderman living South of Here Al a a on a expedition from Home for along time. He name Back last week and the Oft Quot pm be j11? a a to of a a Belling. Sstitoiite1&Quot aah a it it rup a a a a a Quot a a a a it a a Cert Lin party sent Al Well to do Farmer in Anonymous letter and a a mind your business card All for spite. The party signed himself a a pack Quot if they Send any More such messages they May feel pucker my a try not Nult cute in keeping the thing secret As be is Well known. School teacher in this township who bus bad an experience of in or 20 terms in the of fool room was notified by a Young wo0id.be White Cap. That if be punished 5 certain child again he would give him a Ila my the old master smiled and returned word to Tho Young America to just leave his measure at the office and he would administer a dose which had been neglected by bus paternal ancestor. A he personal acquaintance with the old Man leads us to the conclusion that Young America May find him to be As bad As the bus nosh Ond of a Wasp aim steady or. White Cap sunny Side of Paulding county. The the verdict unanimous. I. Suit druggist b ind., test w. I. Knit druggist b ppm i is a i can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One Man took six bottles and wag cured of rheumatism of 10years�?T Abraham Hare druggist Bellville Ohio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in inv 20 years experience is electric bitters. A thousands of others have added heir testimony that the verdict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases of the liver kidneys or blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at Colby a Scott a drug store. Last week i had occasion to speak of Normal schools. I wish to to understood As j an advocate for a Complete Normal school system patterned after the Best now in operation in the Union. Asst Emo schools wherein Young men and women who Are desirous of teaching can study under the but educators possible to hire in order that when a school is entered by the Young teacher he or she May know something Al the minds that like pies in cloy Are to be moulded into forms either Beautiful and eur Oblong or hideous and deformed. Do you think because your knowledge of text books is quits Broad that you can teach Young Man or Young woman if you do. You will find your mistake some Day. Hours Are wasted in methods that might to shortened if the teacher Only knew How. A Carpenter must have the know a lawyer must obtain the a know preachers Are trained to Lead souls to heaven but the person who More than any other leads the child mind into highways and by ways Good or bad forming a flute fog literature or a terrible hatred of it a this Pierson you let into the this has been a Good Winter for wheat and Strawberry plants. A the falling Timber from the Woodman sax can be heard on and sides miss Jill Lynn our teacher is taking a vacation this week to attend the wedding of her sister at Antwerp. John Post and brother have just returned from their Holiday visit to their uncles and aunts near Findlay. August Weber sex Section Boss of no la of Wabash Railroad is reported very now again and not expected to live. John Sherman is the maker of the nicest Job of ditching done this fall on the Johns on ditch and the Schneider portion is its location. A a Bill Wilson thought some thief had stolen his valuable dog but he was found on Section eleven of Wabish Railroad with his Tail Cut off close to his ears. A tax paying time is nearly Over. Emerald township citizens will have Over $2,000 of ditch tax on the duplicate this year. How is that for improvement a Frank Moon expects to Start for California in the Spring in the employ of a gentleman of this state who owns an interest in a Gold mine. Success Frank. Bring us a Gold Nugget a recently a gentleman from Rosthern Ohio a Friend of attorney Johnston of Defiance while viewing or. Johnston a farm at Sunnyside offered him $5,009 for it. He has 120 acres in the farm. The gentlemen was quite surprised at the Fertility of the soil. Brother in Black. Two or three years ago a negro boy on my place near Franklin ky., was tormented with an apparently incurable Case of scr Fula which lasted him along time and gave him great trouble. After trying Many other remedies. I at length went to or. Morris drug store in this place and bought several bottles of H. By by taking which and nothing else he was fully and permanently cured he is now a Stout Man and at the time i commenced giving him 8. H the Bones were working out of his Arm and the doctors said nothing could do him any Good but i had tried 8. 8. A and seen it tried Aud Felt that it would cure him. John h. Grainger. Franklin ky., dec. 13, 1888. I to Street of Sherwood presented quite a Busy appear Voce last saturday. A i he Stock of Miller a Craven was purchased by Stewart Miller of this place. A Cheney Orts Bloomie is almost ready for Busine. J be shelves and counters Are being put in. A the monthly per cent of grades of the Sherwood schools will be published in these columns next week. A a e. Doud and wife returned from their trip to Columbus Grove where they were visiting relatives. A or. And mrs Frank . Of Warsaw iud., Are visiting with relative at this place. They return next week. Done to be deceived. If you really wish to do honest trailing you can by going to Doud a havling a the reliable firm. Quite a number of our citizen attend the revival at the Beno which is in Progress at present. Rev. Robertson minister. A grand Ball thursday evening Tho 24th in rocks new Hail music furnished by rocks full orchestra. All Are cordially invited to come and participate. A yes the merchants of Sherwood sold Many Holiday present. Some sold More than others. The others sold All they wanted to sell we Are led to suppose at least. A the following officers were installed Tor the following term in the 0. S. A a a p., Geo. Benz v. I Frank Heller i i John Smith m. Of f., e. J. Potter c. Wmk Kretzer sec., a. Shoe o. G., w. A. Koons l g., Johnson Miller. K. Of No. 285 a cd �,., Ell Kaser v. 0., a. Shoe m. E., w. E Dou m. A. John Rock m. F John Smith i g., Elbert Doud of. A j no. Oppenlander k. Of ii. A s., e. J. Potter. Hancock Post A. It a e. Reyff 8. Jno. Barca j. V., m. M. Haver of Chas. Gillispie a. J. Miller q. M. D. Pitts a. Q., Eli Smith j. G., Holler M. James Anderson s., d. Price chaplain e. \. Smith. No myi if he in a 8ufferer for some time with pain in the Back salvation Oil was freely used and i am glad to say Ray wife to Day suffers no pain. W. B. Councill Baltimore my. In colds of great obstinacy and backing a favorite 1186 dry bq11�?T Cou he svy a. A while on tiie Bench chief Justice Buller pulls at Iris Mustache like a nervous graduate on commencement Day. Mildness conquers and hence it is that i yet pos five influence of or. Bulls b i by syrup overcomes quickly the disorders of Babyhood j Here is room enough in the Corner of every traveler a hand bag to carry the tourists Friend Maxador. Price 25 cents a package. A York neb., us a Little town but its streets cars have stoves. A for Back Side or Chest use Shiloh a porous plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by Bechel. No7-Ly a a Vav would enjoy your dinner a a a it and Are prevented by Dys Peji Sia use Ackers dyspepsia tablets. They Are a positive cure for dyspepsia indigestion flatulence and constipation. We guarantee them. 25 and co cents. For Sale by n. Woodward. A a norwegian savant estimates the age of the world at 1,000,000 years. Done to whip a sick horse nor take cathartic pills when your bowels or liver Are sluggish. They Are whips. But try once at least a lies nerve and liver pills. They aet through the nerves. I samples free at jul. A Woodward a. Powder absolutely pure. This powder never varies. A Marvel of purity strength and wholes Osnoss. More economical than the Ordinary kind and can not be sold in Competition with the multitude of Low test Short weight Alum or pos Phoe powders sold Only in cans. Royal baking Ixo Der co. Loc a i . No Noi

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