Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
1 Mar 1889

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1 Mar 1889

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - March 1, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Der Monty Defiance. Defiance county Ohio Friday Mauch i 1881 wait ten for str Republican and school teachers win and theoines assortment the Brothers with mad Anthony Wayne Reward cards kept by any House in Northwestern Ohio at prices that cannot be duplicated elsewhere a Colby Scott a drug and Book store Defiance Ohio. Shady co in Ara. A Rev Krum mad a a pastoral visiting thursday and Friday. J a transient people Ara beginning to move for fear of Muddy round a Eddie Devore hold a Anan of Volta inn i week. $200. A Man e. V Smth v a Ted w to a friends near William cent a inn week. A or. Culler hold bin Raven Black Bird. It has evidently went into Good bund. A we have no one to Pinna on the Bick list but Mph. Devore. Rho in very Low. A the Only Man we know of receiving injury from railing is Willio Andrew. He walks Aalf both legs were broken. A a. V Smith who has been a resident of i Creek for 38 Varn has moved on a farm noir Bryan wilburns county. His brother Ervin move Back on the farm lie in. Vea a plat Tor creak sunday so ool a Morgan Zed i St sunday is follows superintendent e. V. Smith assistant John f. Burch Secretary. Mrs. Lurlia greek treasurer j. Ii St it ii in Addie Smith. The hour of to a. In. Baa been designated a the one for school. A a full Load of our people attended the debate and literary at Phil. Johns school House lust wednesday evening. The question discussed was jheaoh�?~4, a a that every Man is the architect of his own the spanker on Tho negative hide took advantage of the Way the question was stated and of course got the decision. Old foot. Defiance machine works of every kind. Leather Anh rubber belting saws saw Arbor Emery tie eur Hose flue cleaners wrought galvanized and Lead pipe Gas fixtures globes Etc., Etc. Saws repaired and re fitted Defiance machine works noi7-Ly Defiance. Ohio f. Swalley amp co Chas. E. Bronson s real Bis Tate Exchange Defiance Ohio. Washington township. It in col leu d y for this Wint or w a february 24 h. A born february 17th, a boy and girl to or. Anil my Jim hey. A cd b la Dohty went to Defiance last Friday for a loud of Coni. A the weather prophets Are predicting Conal i or Alile Snow yet thin Winter. A i. M. Crago Ira led 40 acres of Lan i to Silas Welker for a House Aud lot it nay A the handle fan Orv has i e a getting a Fine Supply of Timber for t Fie hint few weeks. A Gorga Woods will occupy Tho House where i Las Wei a now lives the first of april. A or. And mrs Kine feh is fro n Pottsville ocame to this Vicinity to visit their friends. A to a n weighing of the past we Klins increased the logs to Over 1,000 it the Btu pc factory. Cd de february loth infant daughter of Jim Hoy was interred in the lick Creek cemetery. A or. A Little the Day Engineer of the Clave a tory. Moved fort Wayne to Ney last week. A the Tii Bermen at the s Ava factory appears to be Well satisfied with or. Wood s measurement of the logs. A married february 21st, at the Bra less residence. Albert Gur her to and Ilia Baker. My Best wishes to them throng life. A win. Ii. Miler the Harneth Ink a a has opened up a Simp at Ney. He is Reu by to do ail kinds of work in his line of business a the cheese Inak r for Tho Hugar Oro pc factory for the coming be Mon is c. Frost ins Ead of g. Ii a Lerson As we stated in our items heretofore. A the stockholders of the Hugar Grove cheese factory held their annual election the 23 i and elected five directors Secretary and Salesman for the ending year directors George Myers Charles Weber George Goler b. D. Intz cd is. Beni lev Secretary c. Stu Ivey Salesman g. D. Benner. Deferred a Jim Wank is at pres Jot clerking for Joseph l City. A Dolph Davis is preparing to build a new House Iii the Spring. A tilings sold Well at Charley drawers Public Aile last thursday. A abut Doo logs came into the stave factory it Ney last week. A two weddings Are in cored to take place soon Iii this Vilt linty. A George messenger and wife were Tho guests of Michael Wank last sunday. Will Tuckman had toot his Teeth knocked out while booming logs i ast week. A till who has been ill with loll is Corr rheumatism is some belter this week. A will sir Tanker has the contract to build an office on the stave factory grounds for Wood Bros i a the first Winter of any consequence last 1 week was very enjoyable to All of us from its Long us science. A a merry time was reported at the j Nightcap party at the g. A. It. Hail last thursday evening. Ltd the a jelling s Bool at the lower Chickasaw school was u failure list week on account of Bud weather. A protracted meetings Are still in Progress atthe Lek Creek Bethel and Many conversions have been made. A three steam whistles delighted the ears of the n y people All of last week and tile music not b id. It shows that the towns booming. A Homer Kvil a made a Purchase of a Tea n of horses harness Sud a buggy of p. M Crago lost week for $350. Homer will drive his own team. A the mail train did not leave any mail sack at Ney 1.0s1 saturday and in consequence we had no Republican and express of last weeks Issue. Skiver x roads edited by fat Jack and slim Jim. I a s p. Brown was hauling tile lost wednesday. A Farmers when you go to Mill go to the Erie Mills. F a George Mcmillen of Paulding county was in the s last week. A �?8beep Al led i j dogs in this and Adja cent count u a too numerous to mention. A Nicholas Schoonover purchased two cows of Ferris Wells. Consideration $35. A or. Thornton Bas moved to Tennessee where he can Purchase land at his own Price. Be e Spencer of Putnam county is talking of going to Colorado the coming Spring. A Hugh b. Madden of Monroe township has moved to the West to explore its Depths of Richness. A May Wells of Paulding who is Huff iring with consumption is not any better at this writing. A John and eur Hahn have in Chasid a Shingle in Tell Hie. Now shingles Fri be cheap Iii this county. A mumps sore eyes and other contagious diseases a raging in the Southern part of this township and adjoining count Ian a convenient House a if women were consulted in the planning of their houses they would not fail to make those provisions for their Comfort Whlon Are too often neglected now. Tile living rooms should be lung % airy arid provided with Amide closets. I would Nave a Roomy Light Kitchen and pantry Tor much of woman a life i spent in then a Remus. The Kitchen is therefore the Center of attraction for the children when Mother is in it it is the p adj which they leave last and come to first in their out goings and in comings. Mot men folks too like a warm Corner by the Kitchen Stova beside being Large the rooms should lie conv in Entov located in regard to each other. When dining room Kitchen and pantry Are and Oil one floor Aud connected by doors with the Wood House adjoining Tunny Steps Are saved. It is also in my Creed that. Every Bouse shoes be supplied with n sick room for health at the by St is precarious Many a Case of sickness we e t might prove severe or fatal May be mitigated by proper nursing in a comfortable room both summer and Winter. A room removed from family sights and sounds which however pleasant in times of health Are simple torture often to the eyes and ears in time of sickness. This room should not lie so very or Awny either so that if Hie nurse has to ii housekeeper As Well she can Combine the two offices without two great a Tux on her time and strength by Long and inconvenient passages to and from the sick room. It should be Light Large and cheerful with an open fireplace if possible to the chamber. Our Allce to ail that Are contemplating building a new House is to ask the advice of your wife or some lady Friend How to construct it. A alas alas a the dude exclaims a in or slender ankle in be got pains a a a done to fret Quot a d a for whom he had sent a i have some salvation a my time is up a said the doctor to Tho patient whom he found using or. Bulls cough Hyrup and he was Correct for his cough had b in cured. Quot Var we o <2 that Are fretful peevish Huv Kyj vib Cross or troubled with Windy Colic teething pains or stomach disorders can be relieved at once by a Wing Ackers baby soother. It contains no opium or morphine hence is Safe. Price 25 cents. Bold by formal Elf n. G. Woodward. An Oregon minister. I received Tho Boti in of White wine of tar syrup. One of my children was a try sick with croup mid As your Medicine was pleasant to Tike i gave fib and it gave almost immediate Relief. I would not be without it and i also recommend it As a Medicine that should be at nil times in every family. West Union Oregon. Bey. H. Staup. Bold by Colby a Scott Fob Spring disorders a i have used two bottles of your Paine a celery compound and it has Given entire satisfaction As an appetizer and blood t. L. Burner Watertown Dakota. Of. Shattered nerves tired v brain impure blood debilitated system All Are the natural out i it i / come in the Spring. A / \ of la Medicine must be used / _ i i j and nothing equals \ \ i ill Paine a celery com v \ Fla Pound. We let others at a. J la Praise us you cannot j help believing a Oisin j / Terestea party. Brigadier general L. Greenleaf Burlington. It writes a i have used Paine a celery compound on several occasions and always with Benefit. Last Spring being very much run Down and debilitated i commenced taking it. Two bottles made me feel like a new Man. As a general tonic and Spring Medicine i do not i know of its Paine a celery compound is prescribed by physicians recommended by druggists endorsed by ministers praised by users and guaranteed by the manufacturers As a Spring Medicine which will do All that is claimed for it. Tse it this Spring and see How quickly it tones you up. Purifies the blood. Full accounts of wonderful cures made by Paine a celery compound after other medicines and the Best physicians had failed sent free. There a nothing like it. . Six for $5.00. Druggists. Wills Richardson a co., Burlington it. Color anything any color. Simile durable economical. So Chlore. To Centi Tach. Tis easy to Dye with Diamond dyes important to our readers the verdict unanimous. W. D. Suit. Druggist. Bippus lad., testifies a i can recommend electric bitters As the very Best remedy. Every bottle sold has Given Relief in every Case. One m in took six bottles and was cured of rheumatism of to years Abraham Hare druggist. Bellville Ohio affirms a the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in my 20 years experience is e Hectric thousands or others have added their ten i Mony so that the verdict is unanimous that e eat c bitters do cure All diseases of the liver k Denys or blood. Only half a Dollar a bottle at Colby a Scot s drugstore. Noble District no. 4. Pc. Koons w a in District no. 4, i s thursday. Al. Rohrig intends Bull Ling a new barn in the Spring. A Emma Rob Rig and sister were in District no. 4, last sunday. Win. Longsmith purchased a thoroughbred Heifer last week of j Klein Hen. A my win. Longsmith intends making a trip ens in the near future to visit friends and relatives. A some Young people of d Fiance took a trip to the country last saturday for the purpose of indulging in a dance. A a kick Quot was mad a and they returned Home disappointed. And somewhat mad. Wanderer. Swifts specific cured me of malignant blood Polson after i had been treated in vain with old so called remedies of Mercury and Potash. 8. H. 8. Not Only cured the blood Poison hut relieved the rheumatism which was caused by the f poisonous minerals. Quot Glo. Bovell. 2422 3d Avenue n y. Swifts specific is entirely a vegetable remedy and is the Only Medicine which permanently cures scr Fula blood Humours cancer and contagious blood Poison. Bend for Hooks on blood and skin diseases mailed free. The Swift specific co. Drawer 3, Atlanta a. It is Good. R a. B. W. Slagle pastor of the presbyterian Church. Defiance o., has used Becnel a cough cure for Twenty years and pronounces it an infallible remedy for a cough. Call at Bechely a and get a bottle. A $4 paper 800 pages 1500 illustrations 3000 columns almost Given away. I nothing ii this age to Chap Lite lire or in no alter Ige by equalled the Felleti extraordinary offer to every person who within 60 Days from the Date of this paper will subscribe for Brno Jill Jav always have tvs Ackers baby soother at hand. It is the Only Safe Medicine yet made that will remove All infantile disorders. It contains no opium or morphine but gives the child Rai ural ease from pain. Price 25 cents. Sold by for Sale by a g. Woodward. Farmer. A Weldon Bro boiler arrived last saturday. A the High school Here will close Friday of next w eke Claude spent sunday with his parents living at lost Creek. Or v. H ugh thy. Of Williams Center preached in the Church Here sunday at3 of clock j. In. A a $3 Book historical and biographical family record free to every one purchasing $25 Worth of furniture at Brown and Vieline s store in Hicksville ninety Days a Henry m Limon of Hicksville was in this p a ? last week moving the Carpenter shop of Weldon Bros so that they can build their handle foe Iory where the shop formerly stood. Claude or. Bulls baby syrup is in Good demand everybody Speaks Well of in toe Price is Only 25 cents. Persons of sedentary pursuits Are predisposed to constipation such should always use Maxador which insures safety against constipation and All of its disastrous consequences. Price Only 25 cent. Subscription Price 81.50�?T and pay in Advance the yearly subscription Price and $1 additional we Shah for one year a copy weekly of our paper and also for one year a copy weekly of the celebrated illustrated humorous paper chapter i. Father against Bons. The Schooner Neur the Day Wall was hardly moving when we caught sight of her. Now we could Sec As we studded away on the fresh tack that they were aroused. Sails went up and in a Short time we saw her change her course and drop into our Wake astern. A she can to overhaul us before night a said Davou to to Basil. A what if she does. What is it anyway a a i was not sure at first now i know it is the Schooner of Hulse Basil turned Pale and stepped away. Davoust saw it. The subscription Price of sittings is $4 a year. It is a 16-Page paper profusely illustrated by the leading artists and caricaturists of the Day. In the matter of original humor it is acknowledged to stand at the head of the illustrated pre of the country and has been Well named a the witty wonder of the it is published m new York and has a National reputation. The merits of sittings Are so Well known that we do not deem it necessary to refer to them further. Both new subscribers and those who renew their subscriptions will Hare the privilege of this offer. Remember that Texas sittings is offered at this Price Only to those who subscribe within the next of Days. No such offer As this has Ever been made. We offer Hie two papers for less than the Price of Texas sittings. No one but our subscribers can get sittings for less than $4 a year. The regular Price of that paper is now and will continue to be. $4 a year but the publish is being desirous of adding to their list of subscribers in this Recti of have made a special and extraordinary reduction to us for a limited period. The amount for both papers should be sent direct to us by a. O. Order Portal note or other Vise. And we shall order the publishers to mail sittings from new York to you for one year. Call or write to this office and you will get a Sample copy of is Iti nos. To. It Hopkins will remove to e Gerton fool a George gingery of Garrett lad., w.,� Here last saturday. A Aaron Hopkins and mrs. F. It. Byers Are on sick list. A will Wilson and his Mother Are visiting in Mclean county. Iii. A a. J. Hutfle of Wauseon who was h re some Days. Returned Home last wednesday. A a. J. Waffle of Wauseon w la visit Logan again soon Aud bring some More organs to hell Herd. Arrowsmith sold a couple of his farms last week. He will build a new barn upon his farm Here this Spring. A Eli Thompson and Mary Wonderly Are reported to have been married last week. M. Y Succes to attend them. Absolutely pure this powder never varies. A Marvel of purity strength and wholesome is. More economical than the Ordinary kind and cannot to sold Iii Competition with the multitude of Low test Short weight Alum or phosphate powders sold Only in cans. Royal baking powder co., he Wall St. . No

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