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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - March 15, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance of Nuttin d cup b 11 in n vol. . Defiance county Ohio Friday. March 15, 1889. No. Us Biff goods arrival of Spring two of the biggest stores in Defiance packed full and every piece a bargain. Whitten woh the Hept Burcaw and Kim is Wmk Brothers with mad Anthony Wayne. By Stephen i. Bolles. New dress goods Gingham Cali Coes thousands o Yards of muslims and we will save you Money on every Yard White goods satires ribbons laces embroideries Etc., Etc. Spring jackets n 8iiges it it a 1 thousands we have bought some Fine Gulf let. V j ? it 11 a apr id propose to give you the largest mid Best assortment Ever brought to this county at a saving of from 23c to 01.00 on every pair. Jcj revery pair of shoes a bargain another big lot of carpets and of cloths give a very buyer bargains this season real genuine big bargains. To set gift 0lr big remnant Odd and end Sale ii if i Joules moving rapidly at 41.43, 010, 015 and 420 cloaks Selling like hot cakes at 01.75. Tetour chapter Xiii continued the i Glit Between die Galley. Slave and the British Sloop was Short and decisive. Standing up in the bout i watched the conflict and saw with mingled feelings of terror and sadness that Many men were being Slough to died. The Galley slave was unequal Ryou will say a a f. Swalley amp co�?T,3 Peoples Stoke. Deft As. Be Ohio Are Headquarters for bargains dry goods carpets Oil cloth Bool Sand shoes glassware Queens Are daily arriving. Farmers wives shop girls clerks teachers breaking Down from being too much on their feet and the Strain of daily cares can renew their strength by using Zoa Phora woman a Friend a prevention and a cure for All diseases Peculiar to women. Women know what these diseases Are but do not always give proper attention to their symptoms Viz pains permanent and shifting nervous headache palpitation Pale or Moth complexion sleeplessness weak Back menstrual derangement periodical neuralgia tremulous Ness hot flushes that terrible dragging Down All gone sensation these indicate that some form of weakness is coining on. A reliable remedy should be promptly used. Zoa a Nokia is that remedy proved so to be by Long actual use. Its great popularity is not due to big advertising but to reports of ladies who have used it. A pamphlet of these reports and also the Book on diseases of women which the Zoa Phora Medicine company publish a Book which every woman or girl above 15 years old should read May be obtained Gratis at the drug store of Colby amp Scott Defiance Ohio. To the British Schooner and with a cry of horror i saw the terror of the in land Hen go Down into the water and disappear from sight. My pretty prisoner had moved no muscle during the Twenty minutes the Battle went on but sat in the Stern seat very Pale and with set lips. When my fathers ship went Down i pulled our boat into a Small Cove and ran Tho Bow upon the Sandy Beach a what Are you doing a she exclaimed haughtily rising. A cd you not know that major Campbells ship is Only a Short distance from Here i command you to surrender and take me immediately to i was exasperated at Hor coolness. I did not say anything but sat digging Tho oar into the Sand. I was thinking. The Galley slave had gone Down. No doubt utilise Rondeau was drowned. I was alone i a wild Region with nothing to live upon and no prospects of obtaining anything for at least a month. To stay on tile Island meant to die of starvation to surrender meant maybe to swing from Tho Yard Arm. I dug the oar deeper into the Sand. The haughty expression had gone from her face As i looked up tears filled her Brown eyes. A supposing miss a i stammered a i a Ucli you will not will you. You Are not like those other men. You Are too Young to be a she had risen and was pleading to me but i did not relax a muscle of the set look on my face. A we shall starve if we stay Here a she continued. A and i shall die if i am taken to the a no you will not major Campbell is my father. I will plead for you to i pushed tile boat from the Shore inwardly calling myself a fool for doing it. I was innocent then and did not know what fools men could be made of by tile gentler sex. Had j been older i should have set the boat adrift and let it fake Tho fair prisoner across the bows of the British Schooner if it would or if not but i was not hardened As i am to Day. I rowed into the Channel. The devils Cut him to pieces and the run nor whom i found this morning told me the few French and English who went up of fam the Village at the month of the a Glaize came Back Laden with plunder. He Alae said that Washington himself was coming West and tin american troops were being raised for a Gigantic struggle and to wipe out the whole Indian race from the Ohio to the a do you behave it a a a ill our forts be evacuated a a they must be. We hold them Only by Superior Force. When the indians Are Defeated and driven into submit Slot then we must no Trace of Rondetta a a no. It seems to me As if he arid Davoust were friends again. By heavens surgeon i cannot forgive him for Hamiltons death. I shall Settle with Hulse Rondetta Quot remember major Tho world is wide very wide and a Soldier is not a Man to Hunt a the voices ceased. I heard their Steps receding. I tried to stir my head but could not. I raised my hand and Felt about my. I was in a Bam mock and by its motion knew that i was on Board the Schooner and under motion. The air was cold Midi was Chilly. A How Long thought i a could it be since tin water was Over the sound of a Light step reached my car. I knew who it was. And extended my hand Over the Side of the Hammock wondering if she would take it. A mail you Are alive or. i could Only whisper a reply but managed to say Are you sorry you tried to drown my father a a sorry Why should i a because they smashed your head with an oar when you came up and you have been lying there a wily do you come to torment me now a i asked. A because i wanted to Tell you i have interceded for you As i promised and you Are not to be Hung but imprisoned at a then you know a a data bal go to your Cabin immediately a said a Gruff voice at that moment. You Are a Young sir a he said addressing in a we have reached Detroit and you Are to be carried to All paper we now have the largest and Best selected Stock of these goods we have Ever had and at prices that can t fail to please you. Remember we Are Headquarters in this line. Colby amp Scott 68 Clinton Street. An curtains Washington township. Deneti Iohd a the sick Are All improving in this Vicinity. A i. E. Welker Haw his oven filled with tile and Brick ready Tor burning. A of Timon kid incur i preparing to build a dwelling Home this Spring at Ney. A Neal Boud bought a Colt of Scott y Ltd Lott for Ute sunt of $80 lust week. A ii Rry Rock of Sherwood was in town inst week giving a band a made lesson a Lee Kinsley s child is sick with symptoms of the Host let f ver at this writing. A pet Quot Paul and brother carpenters will begin work at Welkert a Bouse this week. A the Brooksville has materialized a pair wout to irl Urf to Hoar from him. Rev j. In. Mold is still bidding a r in Val at lick Creek retool with Large number of converts. Wayne an i Jerry warm r and o r. Lech to of Ney Wento Franklin Ohio last Friday and returned the same Day. A Amos Moon and wife and r i it. Lintz and Wile were visiting in Milford township last saturday and Munday. Henry Bulger and son have Tho contract for budding a barn for j. M. Spain r this Spring and have the Timber Jill Hen out. Continued. It makes you hungry t have to Roll Polf Nav a a Taw Pom Naunerl end of car it i have use-1 Paine s celery compound and it j Spring med Lcene Means Moreno a Days than it m,.,11 to Fuu i did ten yes ago. The want prof 188s-s9 has Eft it Luv Gorat the nerves All tagged out. The nerves must be Lac \ cd the a Stein Anil i strengthened the blood purified liver and bowels regulated. Paine a celery compound the sgt ritzy Medicine of to Day does All tills As nothing else can. Prescribed by physicians recommended by druggists endorsed by i Ais tas guaranteed by the manufacturers to be effect. It invigorated the system and i feel like a new Man it improves the appetite and facilitates j. T. Copeland Primus 8. It Paine a celery compound is a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant to the taste Quick in its action and without any injurious effect it gives that rugged health which makes everything Taie Good. Or cures a dyspepsia and Kindred disorders. Physicians prescribe it fl.00. Six Tor 5.00. Druggists. _ i a w an by no i Wells Kich Hdson a co Burlington it. Ing Medicine. The Best Spring Medicine. A a in the Spring of 1s87i was All run Down. I would get up in the morning with so tired a feeling and was so weak that i could hardly get around. I bought a bottle of Palner Siery compound end before i had taken it a week i Felt very much better. I can cheekily recommend it to All who need a building up Aud strengthen Quot to Tim most a it Are. B. A. Dow Burlington it. Diamond dyes color anything any color. Never fad always sure Lacta Tai i i i sour shr babies perfectly. Who i h i la r Usu the physicians favorite. $1,000 he Ward for every Cane of nasal or Post nasal Catarrh that or. Livit Ostow a positive cure for Catarrh fails to Fure. Every bottle is guaranteed or Money refunded when our rules and instructions Are Schooner was close by the scene of the action and her boats were moving to find fro Over the place where tile Gulley slave had gone Down. A will you Tell me your name a asked Ray prisoner. A you do not care to know perhaps As it is to Bud one. It is Halford a and Are you the son of the Man they Call Hulse tile shall i say it a i could Only Bow my head. We were now near enough to seethe men plainly and could almost hear their voices. Bhe waived her handkerchief and two boats came toward us. I rowed quickly toward them and then changing Ray course reached the ship ahead or them. A tall bearded Man was the first to see us from the deck. With a cry of Joy he leaped into the boat nearly upsetting it. A a Lalaite and you Are not dead a he said As he took her in his arms. I had said nothing when he turned to me and exclaimed a a Wybo Are you sir a a i am Halford a the son of Hulse Rondetta a a i a Well sir i am glad to know it your father swings from the Yard Arm to Morrow and we shall have a double i looked at Atalie. She turned her face away Aud said nothing. My brain was on fire. I was trapped. She had deceived me. A what miss you Are silent shall die dear then a and leaped at major Campbell. We went Over the Side of the boat and into the water. The two boats we had near us pulled Over and As we came up endeavoured to clutch our clothes. I eluded their grasp and striking out plunged the majors head under water. Atalie seeing this stepped upon the Edge of the Small boat and was precipitated into the water. The men were called from us to save her and we fought like tigers. Strangling Aud choking we went Down Ami Down until we touched the Sandy Bottom. Strange lights danced around me and the major seemed like a fearful Devil whom i was crushing in my grasp. Our Heads struck against something hard but Slimy. It was the boats keel. The Beautiful lights were increasing in number. The choking was Over. I passed into . Arthur items. Par by Gie Howo is nursing a Felon on her left thumb. Mrs. F. M. Wade is suffering with Erysipelas in the face. A a wedding on the tapis in the near future. Ask j. J. About it. A win. By Kleinhen and g. 8. Morris attended the Sale at Junction. A Jackson Kinners family is suffering with an attack of sore Throat. A or. Sylvester Brookler is very ill at present. Lung fever the cause. A we noticed sever i loads of Nolc 3 Timothy Hay in roil it Lur Defiance i St week. A Joseph Bell received an increase of pension from 12 to 24 dollars per month a mrs. Hardesty end her two daughters Kate find Josto Are sick with malarial fever. A we. R Mansfield and family were the guests of Fernando Mansfield last sunday a a. Ii. Ream will erect a ban in the near future 40 x of feet with to foot shed a or. N v?.u, of the Junction m Ide a s la inst monday Ani offered All hit sonata a Arthur schools closed Friday the 8th. Henry Schult principal Katie Buhlert aah urn. A a. 8 special examiner Downey of Washington d. C., was in this place last thursday. A several applicants of near Here att tended the examination held in the College at Defiance. A Maud Montgomery is intending to attend tie de ii Alice Normal this Spring. Also Charles Knoop a the famous j. G. Cline who lives about six Miles from Defiance on the Augi Aize River is very ill a Chaa Randolph will work on de Haver Ooola Al farm the coming summer for his Cousin or. Russell. A i. Bell has a new hired Man win. To Den Bondor. Bell will Plant quite a number of this Spring. A Eva Boden Bender is working for mrs. J. B. Reibie at present Aud will probably stay with her All summer. A the Billie Christian Union association at Bethel is very interesting. It is held on saturday evening of each week. A ii m. We Hie had no school the week and one half on account of sickness he resumed again on Hist monday morning. Minor Morris who has been living near the old Stone Quarry for some time past is now staying with by brother in Law Frank it Blinger. For one bottle of Medicine. This is to certify that my wife was for years Atli Etc with As Luna and was so for gone that several physio ins decided that her ease must. Terminate in consumption. I Wail induced to try a bottle of or. Warners Vav bite wine of tar syrup to our great sat is Tao to on it gave almost immediate Relief and two bottles completely cured my wifi she is now Well an i healthy but i would not be without the if it Cost fifty ?dlia"v�?~ll0tfi> we. Ii. A muh tin by j p of Wilton Monroe co or for Sale by Colby a Scott mar Quot William Center. A Adda Ensign is qui e ill with lung fever. A mrs we. L Etters is ill with lung trouble. A Chap. Mcfadden has moved to the East part of town. A Jennie Jones is visiting friends at Edgerton and Morgan. A Frank Brown Bas i aft our Little Village Aud returned to Indiana. A will Squire Lias engaged to work for H. Lino the coming Sounon. A Rev. Houghtby is holding a series meetings at Cicero. Mrs h. Is with him. A miss Ballo Conklin and Carrie Fisher spent few Days i St week with friends in Bryan. It. N. Perkins is employed by the Briggs mfg o., of Edgerton. To will move his family to that Volage soon. A we have been away so Long that we hardly know whether to venture Back again or nut. But please give us a Little Corner. Defiance machine works. A wits ail Sis splits of every kind. Leather and robber belting saws saw Arbor Emery wheels Hose flue cleaners wrought galvanized and Lead pipe Gas arcs globes Etc., Etc. Saws repaired and re fitted Defiance machine work Nolt by Defiance Ohio North Richland. Last the deferred a plenty of mud at or sent a school at swamp College closed Friday. A Tiura Smith in visit no at Hamler guest of mrs. Dibble ruse. A or. And mrs n Van Bison were at Holgate last week visiting their Delight a mrs. Frank Happ. A the Independence school will close March nth after a very successful term of four Nontha a quarterly once lug at the Independence by h. Church next v and sunday March 9and to. A mrs. Levi Stoup returned to her Home at Montpelier Las saturday accompanied by her son will. A a society called the Christian Endeavor organized at the >1. E. Church last tuesday evening. A or. R. B. Cameron w.,s Conlie i to Evans port lost saturday to be his brother John who is lying very ill at that place. Brooksville and Vicinity edited by one of the boys. A Hurt Flea Osborn is Home from Eva snort on a visit. A or. J. A the sick list. Neron of Evansport is on a hag Jin body seen any mud lately Buill of Ney. 3 ask Sheffield is attending the of a a. J. I Eye Joy expects to move Bis family about Tho Hist of april out to the farm House owned by S. Tomlinson i q Miles East of town. He and Bis sos will have engaged to work Tor or t. The coming season. Or Hoover of i. Ilium has purchased or. J. M. 8 Butts residence and store building and has moved in his Stock of merchandise. A goo i general store is what Center bus been in need of for some time we wish him Success. Or. Thutt will move to Bryan where he will practice Medicine. A the m. E. Sabbath school reorganized March Iol with the following officers superintendent H. Gardner Asistent sept. Irwin Tomlinson organist Etta Hiu Asb Susie l ind chorister Belle Conklin libraries. Mrs a. J. Lovejoy Secretary e. E. Crary ast. L. 0. Young treasurer Ida Howell. I lie superintendent and Trens. If we mistake not. Are filling their sixth term of office. Annie Oakfield. Merit wins. We desire to s to to our citizens that for ears we have been Selling or. Kings new discovery for consumption or. King s new life pills Bucklers Arnica Salve and electric bitters and have never handled remedies that sell As Well or that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not be Aita to to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the Purchase Price if satisfactory result do not follow their use. These remedies have won their popularity purely on their merits Colby a Scott a druggists. A Stillman Rose is on Tho sick list a Hie saw Mill at tits place is in full by St a mrs Arthur Dunbar who has been quite ill is a l. Finn and Sis or Lillie of South Richland were at this place last us. A George Grubb will work Iii Tiffin township the coming summer for Jack l win. Rev. Warfield of Tiffin township will preach it the. B. Chun a next sunday evening. A Norman Shoup is exceedingly Happy Over the Ai rival of a baby boy it ins House last saturday. Bertha and Edith Palmer spent a few Days this week in Defiance the guest of their grandmother. Rev. M. Howey of Paulding was Here attending quart re meeting inst hot urday and Sund by in the absence of the presiding e Der. Nina Adams township a be til la Bower visited relatives Here this week. Sherwood. De Fekkes. I he ii. A Station House has been moved to t e a Kinow Erot sing. A the Mill Yard at this place is piled full of log if any one person can afford to War a smile it is j. K. Gao. Bock is Home from the Cincinnati medical Liege. He starts for Chicago next sunday night where he will enter a new term. A the stage in Hocks new Hall is nearly completed and will be ready for travelling groups any future tune. Scenery Baa arrived and will be arranged immediately. The Sherwood schools closed last Friday. A monthly enrolment 51 in the higher or ides. Average Dally attendance 02 per cent no. Of school 20. Sherwood can boast of a new Enterprise Pool by of 25 d it. Rent families of the feathered species pm be purchased at the Ohio poultry Yard in this place. Farmers Here is your Opportunity to get a pure Abraham shoe has changed Bis place of habitation to Milford Junction. Id. He will be by his Many Friend he Yvane superintendent of the onion Sabbath school of this place for the past three years and continue i in Bis Field until last Smit Bath Wien he resigned and Vav. Kyle was elected to fill the place. A in Union there is strength. A a Al Langdon Defiance it oiled Ltd Daniel k parted his rented mrs John by. Browne a farm. A Beil rate taught school for Fannie a Lei my last i humbly a a Eva Rethmel b is rented Thomas Reth Niel s farm near Evansport. 1v., of Ivy a was Down in limn township the other Day. People Are beginning to realize that Evansport Bas the bos grist Mill. A Herman b. Vav ilium Ani wife Are for the pres it residing with Christ. Andres. A i n. Warfield sr., is Ore paring to move Iruin toe Stratton farm to his own farm. A Silas i Giey h nursing a sore eve canted by a Poison Vine flying into ii while sawing Wood. B a Smirles Stalley is preparing to build a Nome on ins farm to be occupied by Ben Bungard. A if so desired a a Grover a lament can be Sung to the tune of a Captain Jinks. Verv appropriate. J Uriah or r has rented my j. G Phillips i. Mrs. I d ii j Lim an i daughter have firm. Mrs. Philllip moved to Defiance Only company that the people carried out in full. The Only Catarrh Medicine of Merit and the gives you this Chance. This is to show the Public that we do not come before with a worthless nostrum but one of Merit. Do not let your druggist sell you a bottle unless it has our guarantee on same. For Sale by All drug Trade. Price a i. Of per Moville of your druggist does not have it Send $1, and we will pay express charges. Do. Livingston Medicine co. Dayton. Ohio. Chapter Xiv. A prisoner at Detroit. A we need not hang a then you have changed your a the May die As it a a no i want him to a Well surgeon simply because that foolish daughter of mine has requested a what then shall you do with him a a i shall Send him to Detroit and place him in a cell alone. He is a dangerous Young Devil and if he us will make trouble we Are to build the fort on the Maumee and Atalie will not in in Detroit. When she is away Well there is no telling what May happen a a what news from St. a the ims been Defeated. The red a protracted meeting began at Cen ten nary. Ii. Church on last tuesday evening. They just closed a very Lively meeting at that place two weeks go. A it is reported that j. G. Gray formerly a resident of this place but having moved to Iowa about four years is now living in Tennessee and will make that his future Home. A bails an Bro and Jno. Da4fsman, started for Brooksville it a Little town near Dayton last thursday morning. They went with that in team of horse a As they came out Here in tile e irly pare of the Winter. They got out quite a number of logs during their stay the bails an boys Are Little Busy bodies and make their Mark wherever they Are. Hope. A John Wisda or. Attended county examination last saturday. A a school exhibition was held in District no. I last saturday evening. A we had the pleasure of clawing the hand of Bro. Claude on be lord in last Charley Bane closed a successful term of school at Adams Ridge on Friday of last week. I be free methodist Church will be built on i Nomas Jolly a land several Miles West of Lyman Langdon a the revival at the Prairie Creek. B. Church is about to commence conducted by Rev. E. Klebel. A i Here Are now Twenty seven children in the children a Home and sixteen of them Art i oys under five years of age. A a. I. Baylis will go to Valparaiso ind soon to attend the n. L n. School to has been teaching school in a Uhland township. A Homo Folk in Brooksville have been trying to is Abl so a Board of Trade in which horses Are Tho articles to be gambled upon. Fact. A some rup Snall Ion poisoned David Osborn n dog Jack last we ine Lav. If he is caught the Poison to will be Deal t with according to Law. A Jacob Vav inter and Lucy Moog of Prairie Okreek wore married March 7tb, 1889. Curds were out and those receiving them made themselves present at the ceremonies a the officers of the Prairie Creek. B. Sunday school Are Simon crites super rec Man librarian Benner. Organist. A borne certain Folk in the Vicinity of a a Glenmore who have been busily engaged in trying to freeze out or drive out certain other folks in said Vicinity May in the course of human events get severely sat Down Ujj on themselves. A it is certainly remarkable if nothing else that people Lisit on grazing their Stock on Tho Public roads it appears As of they have no feed for their Stock at Home Are Loo stingy to feed it or turn Timeir Stock out to their neighbors. What next re Unsay be loot Are Almon crites i intended t. F. Moon. Assistant pre Fry Secretary Amanda Moon i in Jacob Winter treasurer g. W. Of Mother of ailing daughters. Every Yeoman above 15 years of age should Rood the Book a advice to Mother concerning a teases of women Aud children a published by the Zoa Phora Pledl Cine company Kalamazoo Mich. Sold by Colby a Scott. Mar. A Section 4023 of the Ohio school Liws should be re id every Parent and Board of directors a John Benfeldt celebrated his Natal Day on the 21, by i a friends gathering in and enjoying a soc Ai hop a Adolph Baden and Katie Mart were married on the 7th, or. Baden a made his bom at or. Millers for six yearn he is an ind str Ous Young Man Aud May Prosperity Uttend h s footsteps. Dennis Jonea consumption cured. An old physician retired from practice having had placed in his hand by an e int India Inis Donar the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and per Man it cure of consumption bronchitis Catarrh asthma and All thro it and lung affections also a positive and Rod Tod cure for nervous debility and All nervous complaint ofter having tested its wonder ii curative Powers in thousands of cases has Felt it Iris duty to make it known to his suffering Fellows actuated by this motive and re us a Des re to relieve human suffering i will i ii c a . Bet lit i. It cleanses j wend free of charge to All who desire it this and tones up Tho clogged and fever i recipe in German French or English with in a system Ujj delicate Stoma and thorough a the Groat popularity of or. Tones lied Clover tonic is due to its efficient by agreeableness arid pleasant action. It promptly and thoroughly cures colds fevers dyspepsia Cost Veness bad breath piles pimples Low spirits sick escapes j and nervous headache ague malaria a going scr Fula rheumatism Salt Rheum and All stomach liver and kidney troubles. South weat Defiance township. A a. G. Klein i very Blat Thi writing. A win. Dickey sold a Fine cow recently. A Joe Philips is attending Defiance College a we. Spangier will do considerable tiling Thi Spring. Pc. A. Cramer a a Fine lot of Elm log on the River Bank. A minor Morris and his i tier Haf have dissolved partnership. A i Agnew y Miler a has closed Lur school in Paulding county a Coon Limber Baw a Large Job of Mitt a Cord Wood Tor h. Ami they. A the Rose Brothers have finished their Job of sawing ties for in Smithly. A hoi Ert Randall has been in the Vicinity of Ayersville Tho past . A the Miller brother have hauled several Hundred Cor is of Wood to Defiance the past Winter. Is. K Philips and wife of South Richland township were visit us in the neigh Borneo j last saturday. A Frank Bleck is having about to acres cleared off. Frank h .8 a Fine farm and is one of our Best farm Era a a Schoonover has purchased a kit of Blacksmith Voois and will soon be prepared to do ail kinds of blacksmithing and rep iring. A Rev. Phillips has discontinued his meetings at the Garman school House on account of bad roads. Ile will resume when they get better. A Guy k Irr recently Lirose through the i ice in the River where the water was about j ten feet deep fortunately he escaped with a Good wetting. Powder absolutely pure. This powder never varies. A Marvel of purity strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the Ordinary kind and cannot to sold in Competition with the multitude of Low test Short weight Alum or phosphide powders. Sold Only in cans. Royal baking powder oo., Tor Wall St. . No

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