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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - June 20, 1890, Defiance, Ohio For at Woodward a drug store. Fifty avg a Pio Nolc at Oak Park july 4th. A buy your Wall paper of Al n. Lewis. A new Cream cheese at Morse a Rogers. A if you want Wall paper go to Lewis. A a. A. R. Re Union at Hicksville August 28th. A do not forget the Defiance races next month. A the Best by paper in the City at Morse a Ito Era a the Best Wall paper for the least Money at a. N. Lewis. A there were several games of base Ball in the City sunday. A old papers for Sale at the Republican and exp Hehs office. A now for ice Cream. Brown the Baker still holds the Palm. A come Early if you want cabinets for $2.00 at f. X. Grosse Llu a. N2g-2t a evaporated peaches Only 18 cents Pound at Morse a Rogers. A the races next month will be the Best Ever held in this county. A the american Eagle will spread him self at Antwerp july 4th. A Preston run Bridge is said to stand solid As the Rock of Ages. A the Germania singing society held Pic Nic near Stanley. Sunday. Be. N. Lewis has one of the choicest stocks of Wall paper in the City. A the presbyterian Aid society at Cecil will hold its annual fair june 2>th. A a. L. Scott has been awarded the con tract of papering the Council chamber. Al. E. Beardsley suffered a severe attack of Lumbago several Days last week a Browne a ice Cream will be As heretofore the Best in the Market. Call and get a dish a the Baltimore bakery can furnish you the Best ice Cream in the City. Call and try it. A the ladies of the presbyterian Church will give a social at the Home of or. E. K Chapman this Friday evening. A fresh ground chop and meal constantly on hand at the Defiance Mills special prices for ton lots. 20-2t a. Wilhelm a son. A do not fail to visit e. N. Lewis and see his Stock of Wall paper. If you see it you will buy of him. So a Joseph Fidler and Hattie Bath were married thursday evening of last week by Rev. B. W. Slagle. A Nellie and Jennie Turner were taken to the girls Industrial Home at Delaware by sheriff Ewing last Friday. A the last meeting of the m. I. C. For the reason was held at the Homo of mrs. J. L. Scott tuesday evening a parties and private families can be supplied with ice Cream by the quart or gallon at Browne a Baltimore bakery. A the Board of health should be assisted by All Good citizens in putting this City in Good sanitary condition. A Deputy sheriff Eiser was assisted in taking Andrew Baker to Toledo by Louie Archambeault and John Hepler. A a a stitch in time saves nine a a and if you take hoods Sarsaparilla now it May save months of future possible sickness. A cemetery and sewer Bonds amounting to $10,000 were sold last thursday to Lamprecht Bros. A co., of Cleveland. A some of the Best and handsomest Wall paper that has been put up this season come from the store of e. N. L is. The subscribed capital $50,000. Paid in $25,000. Organised under the Laws of the state of Ohio h. A Miller pres. We. A. Kehn ast vice pres. Andrew Sauer cashier. Transacts a general banking business. Buy and sell Exchange. Draw drafts on All parts of Europe. Accounts of firms and individuals solicited upon most favourable terms. A a in the savings department deposits of one Dollar and upward will be received and interest paid on same. Banking hours from 9 a. M. To 4 p. M. On saturdays Bank will remain open until 8 o clock p. M. Noil a Low primers in Cabinet photographs Only $2.00 at f. X. Grot Sells. 26-2b a june 7th, 1859, there was ape Ere Frost that Des Royed boil All the wheat in Cen trial and Northern Otho. A itch eared in so minutes by Woolford sanitary lotion. Never fails. Sold by Colby a Scott. Druggist Defiance. 36-Lyr a the Farmers Alliance of Paulding county will soon perfect a county organi. Nation. This will take in All subordinate lodges a the Maumee Valley monumental Asso elation will hold its annual meeting August 16th, and would like to meet at or near Napoleon. A a South end Saloon Kei per was arrested last week for keeping ills place open after la of clock. Well Well and then again Well Well. A for the next kid ays Charles Clemmons near Maumee Bridge will make a i pair of seamless gents gaiters for $3.25. The Stock is first Cluro. No30 a the people of Antwerp at a facial election decided to build a $3,000 addition to the school House at hat place. The Voie stood yes 74, no 14. A Andrew Baker was taken to the Toledo Asylum last saturday. He become so violent Friday evening that it was necessary to incarcerate him in the county jail. A Rev. R e. M engers pastor of the English lutheran Church and his aimable wire were surprised by the members of the congregation one evening last week and Given some handsome presents. A the A o. It. A has issued a very stringent order to the effect that men who Are in the habit of becoming intoxicated whether on or off duty cannot be retained in the service of the company. A volume i no. 3 of the Scott messenger is on our table. It is edited by Sherman Mott and in a great improvement Over the paper published by him at Sherwood. The paper As some healthy advertisements and should receive the undivided support of the peo i be of Scott. It pays to sustain a Good ocal paper. A the following persons secured certificates to teach at the recent examination in this City two years Abraham Baker j. F. Heilshorn s. J. Gruner and a. L. Parker one year a. P. Corressel j. G. Wisda May Gillett Bertha Palmer j. B. Stock mrs. N. Foreman Dora Karr Theresa Rauth. A the Saloon building owned by mrs. Pfeifle at Brunersburg was destroyed by fire at an Early hour saturday morning. Most of her household goods were saved. The House and fixtures were fully covered by insurance. The fire is supposed to have been the work of an incendiary. This was the Only Saloon in the a Burg. A get your cabinets taken while prices Are Down at f. X. Grosselli a. N26-2t a the Board of health held a special session last Friday evening. The report of the sanitary policeman showing that measures looking to the betterment of the sanitary conditions of the City were being carried out was adopted the Board held that Frank Graves should be taken to the county infirmary. A Cabinet photographs $2.00 a dozen for a Short time Only at f. X Grosselli a. 26-2t a a athletics in and around new York a by. A paper of special interest and value to advocates of physical culture As Well As to All lovers of out door and in door the English sparrows that loaf about the Trees at the m. I. Church have been having a Pic Nic the past week. Brother be Hrasok of the Crescent is Tho proud owner of a bran splinter new Ritte and has started on a crusade against the Little English pest but up to Date there has not been a remarkable decrease in the Sparrow family especially that portion of it that lingers about the Church. The fact is that the sparrows Are growing fat Over Schrack a Effort our esteemed contemporary can make out a Bill with neatness Ana dispatch he can write an editorial he can write a Beautiful notice of a social event he can play Lawn Tennis with the Best of them but As a Sparrow shooter he is not a Blooming Succena i beg i Pray that he put that Rifle up at auction and get rid of it before he brings lasting disgrace upon the editorial fraternity. If you must snoot borrow Sam. Stevens scatter gum i met a Well known citizen yesterday and he said a i wish you would get after the Board of education for running school through Juna the schools in nearly All of the neighbouring towns closed Early in the month and there is no reason Why it should not be done in this City. At the end of the term the teachers and scholars Are Well nigh worn out and it is simply cruel to have them in school rooms in such sweltering weather As that Many a head is exactly level. Buy your groceries have of you noticed that people Are doing More papering than Ever ? they Aro embellish Long their Homes More and you should be Choice in purchasing your groceries. Dan f. Krotz you wholesale should not be left with Black and yellow Walls when by expending Only few dollars you can Mako it much More pleasant and cheerful. Thoro is one place in Defiance where you can find Wall paper for your a Sells the old reliable House Comer fifth and Clinton Ste Defiance. And Home retail dealer opposite the Russell House Defiance. In any number of designs d Way Down to the Bottom in prices d that is at Bechely a freshest and Best goods to be found in the Market or onal Aivil a Nat Backus is at Home. A a. F. Cats Boer was in the City monday. A a. O. Blymyer was at Mansfield monday. Or. Chapman was in Chicago wednesday. Dan. Harman spent sunday at Lima. Be w. Carver of Toledo spent sunday Here. Mrs. Orlando Ewing visited in Bryan last week. Or. And mrs. J v. Olds Are in Chicago this week. A mrs. Or. Reynolds visited at Bryan Tho past week. Judge Sutphen is holding court at Bryan this week. J w. Kidney spent sunday with his family in this City. Mrs. Frank Furguson has returned from it. Wayne. D. F. Holston of Wilmington del., is visiting Here. A miss. Nellie Viers has been visiting friends at Liberty Center. A a. O. Whitaker is attending commence ment at Delaware. Miss Artie Gleason of Adams Ridge visited Here this week a mrs. Cha. Taggert. Of Chicago is visiting mrs. Fill Switz or. A Dan Widmor visited his family in this City sunday and monday. A miss Berkley of Ravenna is the guest of or. And mrs. E. Carter. Prof. Tucker has opened subscription books and will now labor to carry out the plan submitted last week in the Republican and exp Bess namely that of bringing pro Arthur Grabowskii of Washington d. C. To the Defiance College. He is a Strong Man and will Aid materially in making our College one of the Foremost educational institutions in the state. The Success of the school since prof Tucker has had charge was due alone to hard work Aud it is now proposed to enlarge its sphere of usefulness by adding to the corp of teacher men who Are known through out the nation As instructors. It is hoped that the citizens will give prof. Tucker Hearty support in this work. There is no reason Why five or six Hundred students should not be in attendance at our Schoola if the people work to that end it will come to pass. Now is the time to commence work. Daughter Ida of it Switzerland next the or. Bellmer has been quite successful in soliciting subscribers for Stock in the new opera House All of the shares being taken but sixty or seventy. There seems to be no question but what All of the Stock will be taken but the sooner it is taken the sooner work will commence on the building. There is not a business Man on Clinton Street but can Well afford to take some Stock push the Enterprise it is a Good investment from a business standpoint and is just what the City needs. # the drayman and teamsters in in in a memorial read before the Council tuesday evening protested against the action taken Tho county commissioners Recardis by Tho use of four Inch Wagon tire and Aske thai a co Temple de ordinance embodying substantially the same requirements Laid Down by the county commissioners be not passed. They acted under a state Law. Thai Java looks to the Protection of Tho Gravelled roads in the country. The teamsters hold that three Inch tire is All that is needed in the Clay Aud i done to know but what they Are Light. If our streets were All Well paved the use of four Inch tire would not be cause Tor complaint. But they Are not. Some of them become almost impassible during some season of the year. To put a two horse team on such roads with four Inch tire would mean practically suspension of work As a team attached to a Wagon rigged out with such wheels would have about All it could do to drag the empty vehicle through the mud. The men who make a living by teaming and the factory men who own learns of their own deserves to be heard in this matter. The Council i feel quite sure will Only do what will give general satisfaction to parties conc in nod. A say or. Man about town i see the statement made that the Wabash Stock Yards Are not dirty Are not a nuisance and that the Board of health has so declared. It is my opinion and it is the opinion of my neighbors that if the Board would make a trip up there some of these hot sweltering evenings the members would change their mind. The stench that Wells up from those Yards is simply awful. It is equal to the stinks that comes up from the dumping ground of an ancient Slaughter House. If there is any Way of abating the nuisance i think it is due the people who live in that Vicinity that it be done at around the court House. A port y form the supplement to Harper s weekly for Janei 21st. The article will be fully illustrated from drawings by c. D. Gibson. To the same number of the weekly Clarence Deming will contribute a timely armcfe7ntil.e ice a re biography a which will be illustrated by t. De Thulstrup. A a. W. Winn mayor f. L. Hay or mus Grove g w. Watkins we Martin August Minsel Chaa. Aschbacher or. D. P. Aldrich l j. Kretch Geo. Dirr o. Webb and Henry Feindel were at Stryker monday evening assisting in instituting a k. Of p. Lodge marriage licenses have been issued to f w. Tackles and n. R. Hughs Geo. Baum and Mary a. Anns Bough. Louis Diggines has been appointed administrator of the estate of h. Herdegan Vica Biede resigned. The will of Frederick Strahle has been filed for probate. Micheal d. Coffy has taken out his final papers und is now a citizen of the United states. Thursday of last week the commissioners of Defiance and Henry counties viewed the Beck joint ditch and ordered a Survey. C. M. Schwab of Henry county was1 named As Engineer. On Friday they staked the site for a Bridge across Webb Creek in Noble township. Monday the Board examined Tho Bridge Over mud Creek in Tiffin township and decided that the approaches must be repaired. They also examined the Bridge on the line Between Tiffin and Washington townships and decided that it would have to be repaired to make it Safe for travel. The same Day they contracted with John Lehman for seven Square Rod of gravel land at the rate of $375 per acre. Tuesday the commissioners measured and accepted a Job of grading on the Junction Road in Defiance township and issued a certificate for completion of the same to Frank Stone the contractor. They also met Geo. W. Benner in the Mattei of changing the Road in Washington township and thus doing away with two Bridges they arrived at no conclusions but will have the proposed route surveyed. The Board was in session wednesday and met the assessors from four of i the townships As a Board of equitation. They also had an order put on the journal authorizing the auditor to pay ail freight Bills on Stone delivered at Hicksville. A we have had several Good Rains in this Vicinity the past week that were badly needed. There Are still Many complaints coming in from different Points in the country but seasonable showers will no doubt come to them in Good time. A or. And mrs. L. Hoadley of Adams Ridge spent sunday in this John Moore is Homo from Ann Arbor Mich., to spend the vacation. A Grant Wall. Of Chicago is working in this City with his brother George. A mrs. M. Kittner has been at it. Clemens mieh., for several weeks past a we titties and family spent sunday with his parents in Adams township a Rev. And mrs. B. W. Slagle attended commencement at Wooster this week. In h. Colwell chief Engineer of the g. L. And m. R. A was in town saturday. A miss Haskinson of Napoleon has been the guest of miss Ella Lehman this week. Mrs. L. T. Branson now occupies her res-1 Deco at the Foet of Wayne Street. A a. S. District attorney j. P. Cameron spent several Days last week in this City. Mrs. R. Rakestraw and son cd fit have returned to their Home at Walnut Kansas. Father Muhle Baugh of Archbold was the guest of father Kinkead wednesday. Mayor f. L. Hay and wife and or. And mrs d. P. Aft Rich visited at striker tuesday Rev. Meclosky and wife. Of Antwerp were guests of or. And mrs. O. F. Kraner this week. Rev. Enters family of Findlay were guests of Rev. It. E. M. Engers this City. The past week. A Squire Knapp and Adams township will visit month. Or. And mrs. C. O. Spencer of Hartford Conn. Are the guest of or and mrs. C. E. Bronson. John Widmer and l. M. Looker with their wives spent sunday with friends at Junction. Peter v. Zigler has been in Hancock county this week in the interest of c. E. Bronson a. Miss Biddy Zucker who has been visiting in Chicago for some time returned Home tuesday evening. A Frank and Jennie Roche of Paulding and mrs. Lalone. Of Toledo were guests of mrs. Al. Ran sunday. Or. Finfrock of Laramie City. Wyoming., was the guest of or. E. N. Lewis tuesday and wednesday of this week. Tho misses Chapman who have been visiting or. And mrs. K. V. Haymaker have re turned to their Home at Oakwood Cal. Misses Lizzie Lucy and Georgie Beche leave next week for the Northern part of Michigan where they will spend the sum Mer. Napoleon signal or. Sherman Teeple. Of Defiance made a flying trip to Napoleon monday. He reports business brisk at Defiance. Miss Bessie Johnson and Margaret Hill have returned Home from school at Granville and will spend the vacation with their parents. Or. And mrs. B. F. Bosworth of Crawfordsville ind., were the guests of or. And mrs. C. P. Harley and mrs. F. G. Holgate the past week. Mrs. L. Leob and daughter Bena guests of or. And mrs. Fred Kittner for six or seven weeks past have returned to their Home at Attica ind. A Tho children of prof. Blakeslee of Delaware Are with their grand parents judge and mrs. Bevington during the absence of their parents in California. The Orion club of Delaware which is to fill a Twenty night engagements at los Angeles Cal., was accompanied by miss vie Bevington of this City. Napoleon Northwest a mrs. Andy Kuntz returned to her Homo in Defiance wednesday after a few Days visit in this City. Mrs. Frank Rieger accompanied her and will spend Tho remainder of the week in that City. Paulding Republican a Marjory Little daughter of or and mrs. J. D. Lamb of this place accompanied her grandmother mrs. Buffington of Defiance to Kansas City last thursday for a visit with relatives. The Paulding Democrat of last week says prof. C. W. Butler the popular and efficient superintendent of the Defiance Union schools was in Paulding saturday on business and favored the Democrat office with a Call. Canal superintendent Homer Meacham and wife of Defiance were in Paulding Friday and saturday. .0. F. Kraner of Defiance was smiling on his old Paulding friends Friday evening. Council proceedings. Council met in regular session tuesday evening Delhi Hahn Southworth Wilson Peter Zigler p. S. Zigler Sauer and Tenny son answering at Roll Call. Minutes of pre Viola meeting read Rind approved. A memorial from the drayman and team sters Union protesting against the passage of an ordinance compelling Tho use of four Inch tire was read but is the ordinance had not been introduced no action taken by the Council. A memorial asking for a foot Bridge Over the Creek that crosses Bulf Street in fourth word was referred to Bridge committee. Several resolutions to construct Side walks wore adopted. A Resolution instructing the clerk to Pur Chase thirty car loads of Stone to be used on Hopkins Street was adopted. Tyls also included Curbstone for the same Street. A Resolution authorizing the clerk to Purchase sixteen Mcdonald co., Iron sower inlets was adopted. An ordinance allowing d. P. Aldrich to use Artesian Well no. I he to pipe water to Bath House and heal Tii resort yet to to constructed was passed under suspension of rules. This gives Tho doctor and his associates control of the Well for Twenty years one condition being that they put in one hydrant the water from which be free to the Public. Public building committee was instructed to have a Fence erected at the City prison. The committee asked for further Timo to report on Extension of Wator Mains on Broadway. On motion of p. K Zigler Louie Miller of the fire department was allowed $5 per month additional salary dating from july i. Or. Southworth stated that or. Burgland of the firm of Burgland a Shead asked that his name be stricken from the petition praying the passage of an ordinance fixing the Width of Wagon tire to he used in the City at four inches or he mis apprehended the Point at Issue when he signed it the question of putting in Culvert at the Junction of Ayersville Pike and Douglas Street referred to Street committee with Power to act adjourned. Defiance College the summer term of Tho Defiance col Ieese will begin july i i the i mpg. Those who desire the benefits of a thorough Drill in Normal branches lectures on Pedago and on How to use Tho Nickerson charts should Mako up their minds at Onoe and Send in their names in order that rooms May be secured for them. Terms $2.00 to #2.90 per week for Board room rent and tuition. N24-4w l. J. Tucker pres. Wanted Arenth �?#3,000 to $5,000, per year to live party controlling the Sale of our ladies shoe. Instantly comfortable wonderfully durable size narrower worn. Hold to consumer Only by agents Over 400,000 pair now in use. Address instantly with stamp Tat lob adjustable a shoe Stoke 19 Euclid Avenue Cleveland. Ohio. No26-41. A Chance to make Money. My. Editor a i bought one of Griffith a machines for plating with Gold Silver or Nickel and it works to perfection. No sooner did people hear of it than i had More spoons knives Forks and jewelry than i could plate in a month. The first week i cleared $31.30, the first month $167.85, and i think by july first i will have $1,000 Cash and give my farm considerable attention too. My daughter made $27.40 in four Day. Any person can get one of these machines by sending $3 to w. H. Griffith a co., Zanesville Ohio or can obtain circulars by addressing them. You can learn to use the machine in one hour. As this is my first Lucky Streak i give my experience hoping others May be benefited in much As i Nave been. Yours truly by 0. Morehead. Special excursion to St. Paul. G. A. R. Fair. Tho g. A. I fair and festival that closed in this City tuesday evening with a grand Ball far exceeded what was expected and of course was a great Success. A resume of the work accomplished and future plans of Tho projectors of the memorial Hall we Hope to give to our readers at an Early Day. A Good work has been commenced. Tho opening argues Well for the completion of the same if there is no abatement in the interest the people have already displayed. Tho m. I. C. The closing meeting for the season of Tho m. I. C. Was held at the residence of mrs. J. L. Scott on Holgate Avenue last tuesday evening. A reception was Given in Honor of mrs. Z. J. Wheeler who will soon leave Tho City and mrs. F. A. B. Lowe who has just returned to the Circle after an absence of Over three years. The refreshments served by the Circle were Bountiful and the evening was spent in social Converse. Or. Scott prepared very handsome and appropriate souvenirs for the occasion. The m. I. C. Is one of our most profitable social circles and the ladies who compose it take great interest in the meetings. The Circle will close during the heated term. A Corressel ditch will to sold saturday. A the land appraisers will Complete their work by july 1st a Frank Metz has bought an interest in the livery stable of Jones a Clifton. A burglars entered lookers Saloon at the A o. Junction tuesday night and stole a Gold watch and #3 in Money. A the Sisters of St Agnes will give an entertainment at St. Johns Hall on the evenings of june 23d and 24th. A Ijabo week the Defiance Democrat located the town of Arthur in Defiance county. Some weeks ago a correspondent located the Garden of Eden in Asia. If some other Able Momber of the Democrat s staff will now locate eternity that paper will begin to take rank among the newspapers of the country. A the people of Evansport Are going to have a Good old fashion Celebration july 4th. Among the features of the occasion will be a chorus of 150 voices under the directorship of prof. Ira. G. Martin of the Defiance College and an oration by Hon. W. D. Hill of this City. If Yon have not already made different arrangements Evansport will be a Good town to strike on the glorious 4th. A the c. Ii. 8. C. Meets at the Home of miss Emma Wagner on Francis Street monday evening june 23d music devotional exercises lords prayer in concert Secretary a report business lessons Chautauqua physics music Solo paper a mrs. Ingling table talk Glass making select Reading a. Elston Roll Calls response name a flowering Plant bring specimen of Flower music mixed Quartetti adjournment a the thermometer registered 98 tuesday pm Wertheimer was in Cincinnati this week purchasing goods. A Nickel plate 4th of july excursions one fare for the round trip. Enquire of Nickel plate agents. No 27 3t a the thirteenth annual commence ment of the Ohio state University will be held at Columbus june 22d to 25th. A Rule Packer who had a hearing before Justice Travis monday on the charge of stealing a horse was bound Over to court in the sum of $500. A or. Young the popular jeweler at Deatrick a sold stand has a novel guessing scheme Call and see him make your guess and have your name registered. Contest open to All a the indications Are that there will not even be standing room at the Defiance col lege commencement it is a hopeful sign when the people take so much interest in a Home institution. A prof. Ira g. Martin the music at Defiance College will take charge of the m. E Church choir about the first of july. The Church should be congratulated in being Able to secure so Able a chorister. A in the contests at the fair tuesday evening Tom Wight received the Over boat and Tom Rourke the fireman a lantern. John Backus Arew the Silver set Al. Sieren the Cane. John Winn a lamp Ana prof. Butler a water set. A the working Force at the Northwestern stove foundry has been increased. The managers of this Industry Are pushing it right to the front and we Are glad to know that increased business is forcing the employment of More men. A prof. Ira g. Martin of the Defiance College and miss Jennie b., the Beautiful and accomplished daughter of or. Cameron of Evansport were quietly married at the Russell House in this of icy wednesday evening Justice Bookman officiating. The Young people have the Best wishes of the publican and express. I professor of i corns and bunions May be removed by paring them Down closely As possible without drawing blood then soak them in warm water to soften them and apply chamberlains pain Balm twice daily rubbing them vigorously for ten minutes at each application. A Corn plaster should be worn for a few Days to protect them from the shoes asap neral liniment for sprains bruises lameness and rheumatism pain Balm is All that can be desired. For Sale by j. L. Scott. June half fare on the Wabash. On july 3d and 4th, the Wabash r. Ii. Co., will sell round trip tickets at one fare for the round trip. Good returning until july 7th, 1890. J. H. Whitaker agent for annual meeting of Tho National educational association held at St Paul july 8 toll the Chicago St Paul and Kansas City railway has arranged with connecting lines in the East for the Sale of excursion tickets at one Faro for the round trip. This popular line offers teachers and their friends not Only Low rates of fare but Lux urious accommodations elegant compartment sleepers dining car service special Daylight trains quickest time different route returning oct. Tickets on Sale june 28th to july 5th. Good for return till september 30th, of desired. For descriptive circulars rates routes and detailed information address j. A. Bager Ohio pass. Agent 26-tf 23 Clinton building Columbus of wanted. Do you want to make Money if so. Take hold and sell our Choice Nursery Stock now is the time to engage write at once and secure territory. Address May Brothers nurserymen no 25-3w Rochester n. Y. To nervous debilitated men. If you will Send us your address we will mall you our illustrated pamphlet explaining All about or. Dyes celebrated electro Voltaic Belt and appliance and their charming effects upon the i nervous debilitated system and How they will quickly restore you to vigor and manhood pamphlet free. If you Are thus afflicted we will Send you a Belt and appliances on trial. Voltaic Belt co., no 7 i or Marshall Mich. To consumptive. The undersigned having been restored to health by simple Means after suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dread disease consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the Means of cure. To those who desire it he will cheerfully Send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for consumption asthma Catarrh bronchitis Ami All Throat und lung maladies. He Hopes All sufferers will try his remedy As it is invaluable. Those desiring the prescription which will Cost them nothing and May prove a Blessing will please address Rev Edward a. Wilson Williamsburg Kings county new York no47 Tyr. A for the meeting of the National educational association to be held at St. Paul minn., tickets will be sold june 28th to july 5th, Good returning until july 15th, or by depositing the return portion of ticket with the he Paul terminal lines the return limit will be extended to september 30th, at rate of one first class limited fare for the the round trip plus $2.00 or membership fee. N24-6t. Pie Mulla tue i the Best for the least Money in the Market. I. La. Yom successor to c. L. Deatrick co. An entire new Stock of jewelry Anil Silver Wear and everything kept in a first class jewelry store. Special attention paid to All kinds of repairing. A work warranted. Give me a it All and get prices l. Up. Young practical watchmaker and jeweler. 61 Clinton Street Defiance. O. Or. Richardson or Rogers t Reat s treats nose and Throat e be and ear diseases on Quot he y diseases lustily. Russell House. Defiance every alternate wednesday july �?~2d, 16th and 30th, 1890. C02srsuijta.ti0 str . The great Rush at the Mon to loan Money in sums of $200, and upwards furnished on Short notice and on reasonable terms. Real estate Security required. Apply to f. L. Hay office in court House. No21-tf insure with j. F. Deatrick amp sox Defiance Ohio. Established 1857. 18 to in mrs is at tit Fuji Sirut opposite the court House Clinton Street Defiance of new and neat sleeping rooms have been added and lodging 25 cts a night. A Skive me a Call and make yourselves at Home. Meals 25 cents. Jas. A. Kitchel proprietor. Drunkenness liquor habit in All the world there is Bat one care or. Haines Golden specific it can be Given in a cup of Tea or Coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it effecting a speedy and permanent cure whether the patient is a moderate Drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffee without their knowledge and to Day believe they quit drinking of their own free will no harmful effect results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Address in Confidence Golden specific co., 185, race Street Cincinnati o. N3-Lyr. Cotton Hoot com Pound composed of Cotton Boot Tansy and pennyroyal a recent discovery by an in Fri. A1?. Physician. Isicc Anfuku used non Fig Safe effectual. Price Al by Mal. Sakr a Ykrout druggist for Cooke Cotton Root compound and Uke no substitute or ii Loee 3 sump for sealed particulars. And a desirable farm for Sale. I will sell at private Sale my 85 acre farm situated at Mark Center Ohio on ii. A o. R. A 60 rods from Church and school House 80 acres Clear is Well drained and tiled and very productive. The improvements consist of 2 Story j roomed Brick nouse also Grain Ery barn sheep Sheds Ioe House smoke House Wood Ana was a houses Good never failing water. Almoite acres of line March land so acres of which could be cleaned off ready for the plow in a few weeks. Price til re or acre for the Loo 1-4 Cash. Balance Good time this tract has a Large ditch running the entire length of it along the Road and drains nicely to the ditch. Reason for Selling have sold my stave and hoop Mill s�?oda%5n<>tal5f Wolton nes Mark Center Ohio fire Sale cleared our Stock nearly out. We still have a few goods left that we wish to close out and in order to do so we have put the Price Down lower than Ever. For this week we will ofter a big bargain in $5, $6 and $7 pants at the Small figure of done to fail to see them they Are $2.99 handsome $2.99 $2.99 Beautiful $2.99 $2.99 elegant $2.99 Don t fail to look at them this week Only. M. Wertheimer tue originator of bargains. Good goods Low prices and fair dealing have 3een the stepping stones to our great Success and your Confidence placed in us will never be misused. Owing to the backwardness of the season we Are overstocked in Light weight goods and we Are determined to unload and therefore will for the next two weeks allow a rebate of a 1.& cent. On All clothing hats and furnishing bought of us. 15 cents off on eve Worth of goods this week Only. _ Erv remember this Oner goods dollars is for Fred. Kittner. The famous one Price Clothier. Clinton Street 3 doors North of the court House

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