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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - May 16, 1895, Defiance, Ohio Single copies 5 cents. The Republican $1.50 per annul. Established 1857.Defiance, Ohio thursday May 16, 1895. Vol. . 23 a amp a sirs a a amp a drs k6k drs a a Ftp sinful habits in youth0 later excesses him manhood make nervous. Diseased men k amp i to p rec is of and Folly in youth overexertion of mind and body indic us set cd by last and exposure Are constantly wrecking the lives and fun real .fvp1188 a tilop9an l8 of promising Young men. Some fade and Wither at an Early oat toe Blossom of manhood while others Are forced to drag out a weary fruitless Anim melancholy existence. Others reach Matrimony but find no Solace or Comfort there. Theft victims Are found in All stations of life a the farm the office the workshop the pulpit the trades and the professions. A r s restored to manhood by drs. S we. A. Walker. A. A. Walker. Mrs. Chas. Ferry Chas. Feu by. A before treatment after treatment reminiscent an old time spelling school and some of its attending incidents. Divorced but United again names or testimonials used without written consents i r syphilis emissions stricture cured we. A. Walker of 16th Street says a a i have suffered untold agonies for my a Gay i was indiscreet when in Young and ignorant. A a one of the boys i contracted syphilis and other private diseases. I had ulcers in the Mouth and Throat Bone pains hair Loose pimples on face Finger nails came off emissions became thin anti despondent. Seven doctors treated me with Mercury i otash Etc. They helped me but could not cure in a a. -3-= i heir new method treatment Creed me in a few weeks. Their treatment is you feel yourself gaining every Day. I have never heard of their failing to cure in a single a hts cures guaranteed or Money refunded capt. Chaa. Ferry says a a i owe my life to drs. K. Amp a at of i Learned a bad habit. Quot weakness impotency varicocele emissions is in amp cured q i 21 i had All the symptoms amp of seminal weakness and emissions were draining and weakening my vitality. I married at k24 under advice of my family doctor but it was a sad experience. In eighteen months we were divorced. I Quot then consulted drs. K. Amp k., who restored me to manhood dby their new method treatment. I Felt a new life thrill through my nerves. We were United again and Are Happy. This was. _ a six years ago drs. K. Amp Are scientific specialists and i heartily recommend them. Skip we treat and cure varicocele emissions. Nervous debility seminal weakness. Gleet stricture syphilis unnatural discharges self abused a kidney and bladder diseases. A k 17 years in Ohio 200,000 cured. No risk Jufa 8&Quot for i Are you a victim have Yon. Lost Llong a tax run re mfr it in Ninf in try Tkv Ridge has your by new method treatment will cure Yon. -., to p6�?~ Ais a a cult Myio Xiii = Nager has your blood been diseased have you any weakness oui Gnu Iii Titian rare ----1wst what it has done for others it will do for you Iovu la Ati on free. No matter who has treated you write for an honest opinion free of charge. Charges reasonable. Books free a the Golden Monitor illustrate Don enclose postage 2 cents. Sealed. Bui a Jurge. Cnair diseases of men. Swient free names used without written consent. Prid vate. No Medicine sent c. O. D. No names on boxes or Envelo a opes. Everything confidential. Question list and Cost of treat of no. 43 Euclid ------------------------5 Cleveland a. =pr5�k&k=prs it a amp a sirs. Kennedy amp Herbin in a it o is it is in a especially _ a it Call at Quot his office. I am always ready to show parties land in this or Paulding counties free of Cost. Now is your time to Purchase improved or unimproved lands at a bargain. Is the Winter term of school was taught in the lower room of the new District school House in Defiance Jan. 1843, by i. Estabrook. There was an average of seventy five or eighty pupils in attendance ranging from the age of four years to Twenty one the lawful school age. The school room. The desks were attached to the Wall of the room on three sides. The Entrance door table and seat for the teacher occupying one end of the room the older and advanced pupils were seated while studying with their faces toward the Wall and windows their backs toward the teacher and school their books and slates upon the desk. The lower benches formed a Square around the stove where the smaller and Dull pupils were seated with speller g Book and Hist Reader in their bunds. The teacher was very Busy with the various classes the Small ones with their a. B. Cos their mischief their noise and complaints vexed his weary soul. Often the classes that read and spelled in two syllables and under after having finished their lessons were dismissed after that an agreeable quiet prevailed in the school room. Those in arithmetic could then have their difficult problems solved students in geography recite the Grammer class Analyse and parse sentences from a a Paradise lost a or Addison the first and second spelling class called to form a line on the floor. The Rule was to spell each word distinctly pronouncing each syllable then the whole word if not correctly spelled the next below Aud the next and so on until right the one who spelled the word properly taking a place above each one missing. The Good spellers gave All a Chance by going to the foot of the class each Day one was at the head. Or Estabrook was faithful and Busy hence a a kept school More than the hours allotted by Law. Episode. Holl offic in Stone front 2nd floor Over Bechold a Drue store. Defiance. Ohio plow shoes $1.1.24 extra Quality ladles Fine oxfords $1.1.25 ladies Fine shoes $1.25 and upwards. The lowest priced shoe House in Defiance. L l Noe s shoe store one evening we hastened Home from school with bounding Steps to Tell the news we were invited to go to a spelling school at Brunersburg. Two teams with Box sleds and a Sleigh were to take the Best scholars. Can we go ? with Many careful suggestions our parents said yes How delightful we discovered a new Beauty in the pure and deep Snow spread be fore us. Even the sky had a deeper Blue and a benevolent aspect never before noticed when the sled drawn by those Fine horses adorned with jingling Bells appeared upon the scene our Joy was Complete. Tais waste first time we entered the great world by ourselves. Life was indeed Bright before us. The Day was waning a few stars twinkled in the sky the Maumee River stretching level toward the Island covered with ice and Snow. The old fort with Hillocks and hollows was in View As the party left the Corner on front Street where Roswell and James Cheney kept the Pavilion hotel then Smoky Row next to the store and Ware House owned by p. Evans amp some wished to Siago we could unite in singing the hymns frequently used at the a protracted our Leader was the one before chosen Captain. So we Sang hymns such As a children of the heavenly King a a How tedious and tasteless the one we expressed As the favorite hymn a ooh that will be Joyful Joyful when we meet to part no More. A our Happy ride soon brought us to the door of the school House in Brunersburg. How pleasant the greetings. How courteous the introductions to and from the youth of Defiance and Brunersburg. The capacious Hearth before the Well filled fire place was yielded to their visitors while hats cloaks and hoods were cared for by the Young men and Maidens a with hospitable thoughts when we declared ourselves Well warmed their teacher called the spelling school to order. Two captains one from Defiance took their maces each choosing alternately the pupils ranging themselves on the Side of the room of the Captain who chose them. Brunersburg put to sleep. After All were chosen each Side being nearly equal in numbers measures were taken to have a Correct after some time passed in spelling commencing at the a a head one spelling first on the North Side the next on the South Side so on several times a a tally was called. Misspelled words Twenty four on the North Side thirty eight on the South. Brunersburg Captain beat the other Side fourteen. Hurrah for the Burg. After a Short recess the captains chose again standing in line As they chose the spellers on each Side spelling from one Side to the other alternately each one spelling wrong to take a seat and keep quiet until All were a a spelled the teacher selected from the a elementary spelling Book a the lessons a with the poor spellers were soon seated often a Good scholar missed an easy word and went Down with Chagrin. The Battle of words lasted Long. Then they had such words As Christ Chyle amethyst Ambergris pronounced to them they went Down As Grain before the scythe. Eight Are on the the Brunersburg Side Side two on Defiance. The teacher is hoarse soon one on Defiance six on the other. Words of one syllable freeze Brief Cache Beech one of the six. Proper nouns next. They keep on at last Baton Rouge leaves four still our Side has one. With eyes intent on every word the teacher pronounces spelling against each one on the other Side Back and Forth from one Side to the other. One misses Schuylkill the spectators drawn Short breaths you can hear a pin drop. Chautauqua takes another constantinople another yet Back and Forth the War goes on. Roanoke is missed and spelled the self evident fact is proclaimed that Defiance wins. School is dismissed the sleds at the door we bade Good byes to our friends and were soon ready to return. Bridge teetered As we Roche Over it talking had nearly ceased. There is the Comet Bright As usual we gazed with the same Awe As when it first appeared it was towards the Zenith More to the South its Luminous Tail extending towards the Western horizon. What does it portend there in the peaceful Star hemmed sky we asked As we were taken to our several Homes and bade Good night. The solitary Candle in each House was left to Shine Forth a Welcome to a Sweet Home. Of the number who enjoyed the innocent pleasure of youth that evening but few remain to Tell the Story. Of the others it May be said in the words of the poet a their Graves Are severed far and wide by mount and Stream and sea a Auld Lang syne. H Eart disease like fell from a window. A Little child in East Defiance in a critical condition. The terse year old son of or. And mrs. O. C. Strawn of East Defiance crawled out of a second Story window thursday morning to the ground. The Little fellow is in a critical condition with chances against his recovery. He dropped from an East window of the press Zeigler House and the distance was practically that of a three Story House. Or. Holbrook was called to attend the child. One of the finest. High compliment paid Geo. It. Bec he i of this City. Frank Eurick of Toledo Secretary of the National association of superintendents of cemeteries was in the City yesterday at the invitation of Geo w. Bechel to make plans for the proposed water works at Riverside cemetery. Or. Eurick paid our cemetery manager a very Fine compliment say no that Riverside was one of the Best kept cemeteries in the of United states. Much credit for such Good work is due Geo. W. Bechel who takes great Pride in directing the work of beautifying the grounds. New plan. To raise Money to defray the expenses for memorial Day. It has usually Cost about $100 to defray expenses on memorial Day in this City. That amount has been raised by subscription. This year the committee has adopted new plan and on the evening of May 30th, Russel Pope who is to deliver the address memorial Day will lecture in Myers opera House. An admission fee of 25c. Will be charged. Or. Pope is a talented Man and has a National reputation As a lecturer. It is Popec the g. A. People will be Well patronized that they May meet their expenses without being compelled to solicit subscriptions. Many other ailments when they have taken hold of the system never gets better of its own Accord but constantly grows worse. There Are thousands who know they have a defective heart but will not admit the fact. They done to want their friends to worry and done to know what to take for it As they have been told time and again that heart disease was incurable. Such was the Case of or. Silas Farley of Dye Seville Ohio who writes june 19,1894, As follows a a i had heart disease for 93 years my heart hurting me almost continually. The first 15 years i doctored All the time trying several physicians and remedies until my last doctor told me it was Only a question of time As i could not be cured. I gradually grew worse very weak and completely discouraged until i lived propped half up in bed because i lie Down nor sit up. Thinking my time had come i told my family what i wanted done when i was gone. But on the first Day of March on the recommendation of mrs. Fannie Jones of Anderson ind., i commenced taking or. Miles new cure for the heart and wonderful to Tell in ten Days i was working at Light work and on March 19 commenced framing a barn which is heavy work and i have it lost a Day since. I am 56 years old 6 it. 4% inches and weigh 250lbs. I believe i Ain fully cured and i am now Only anxious that everyone shall know of your wonderful dyes Ville Ohio. Silas Farley. Or. Miles heart cure is sold on a positive guarantee that the first bottle will Benefit. All druggists sell it at a 6 bottles for to or it will be sent prepaid on receipt of pries by the or. Miles medical co., Elkhart id. Or. Miles heart cure restores health Blue vitriol London purple insect powder Paris Green hellebore Etc. At Scotts drug store. Deindoerfer a receipt. It causes the sex auditor to become hot under the Collar. Or prices Cream baking powder worlds fair highest award. Homeward bound. Our party congratulated themselves and Felt a they came they saw they Well in was Well done for Brunersburg was Laid out for a City at the head of navigation. Defiance had for Sale. Pure bred White leghorn eggs at 50 cents per set or 75 cents packed and delivered for shipping. Also a few Bronze Turkey eggs. F. A. Goddard Defiance o. Farm near Brunersburg 20-2m son next the Corner of Clinton where just As Good a right to be a City As the 322 Clinton Street Defiance Ohio. Great value weekly news for Little mosey. Of the world for a trifle. It m m a Twenty Page journal is the leading Republican family newspaper of the United states. It is a National finally paper and gives ail the general news of the United skates. It gives the events of foreign lands in a nutshell. Its a a Gre Ulturale department has not it Superior in the Cou itry. Its a Market report Are Reeg mid authority separate departments for a the family Cire a our Young folks and a science Aud its a Home and s True s a columns c n rout rile admiration of wives and daughters its general poll heal news editorials and discussions Are comprehensive Brilliant and exhaustive. A special contract enables us to offer this splendid journal and the Republican express for on cd a year for Only Cash in Advance. $1.75, j. J. Freede kept the Exchange turning on to the Low Bridge just below s s. Spragues store. The Bridge swayed with the loads then up the Steep ungraded Hill we were at last fairly started on our a winding a Wise Driver. Our Driver knew so much especially about driving we decided to choose him the Captain of our school. We admired the wide Road our skillful Driver dodged the Many stumps and Trees that stood Black and grim in the Way like Bunyan Lions except there were Many Trees and stumps even in the Center of the Road. No healthy liver no Active kidneys Are to be looked for when the stomach fails to perform its duties. Every Organ every tissue of the body depends upon the proper assimilation of food. All the nerve forces depend upon the vital currents that find their strength in perfect digestion. Lyons seven wonders cures indigestion dyspepsia All stomach troubles and thus cures All diseases that arise from faulty or impaired digestion. Lyons seven wonders Only $ Loo a Box 6o doses. Sold by All druggists or address the regular subscription for the two papers is $2.50. Subscriptions May b Egin at any time. Address All orders to the Republican express. Write your name and address on a postal card Send it to Geo. W. Best room 2, Tribune building new York City and Sample copy of the new York weekly Tribune will be mailed to you. Indianapolis ind. I tit guarantee this remedy to our a or Money refunded. For Sale by a g. Woodward. A Burgh and we were glad to be victorious. One said a we ought not to have any hard feelings for the Young people there were very Friendly and kind to us also there was no grist Mill for Miles around except the one at Brunersburg and it might not be very Well for Defiance to throw any slurs a to which we All agreed. Then we began singing a from Greenland a icy the horses were going faster and faster almost running Trees and stumps flew backward seemingly As on we go. The Sleigh with its occupants Are abreast of us. They will pass by. Dropped in a Snow Drift. All at once we were floundering Pell Mell in a Snow Drift. Our sled bad upset some were helping each other out of the Snow where we were almost buried others were anxiously inquiring if any were Hurt or killed hearing this Abby cried that she was killed while Nancy thought she was Hurt. The More sympathy we express the louder they cried. Consulting together the boys or rather Young men decided to take them towards Home As fast As we could for we could reach a physician sooner than to wait there for one to come where we might All be nearly Frozen. The sled was soon put to rights the Board seats replaced. Inside facts from the Driver. Our capable Driver related How it All had happened. Our crying girls forgetting to sob in the general interest of the occasion. He said the Heigh could never have passed him but he saw they would instantly be dashed against a tree and both occupants teen killed had he not swerved horses to let them pass so they might avoid a horrid death then one of our sled runners struck the ditch the other the roots of a stump so we Felt our Driver was very magnanimous and a hero. He also said it was called two Miles to Brunersburg but the Way we travelled to avoid Trees and stumps it was at least four mile and As the distance was so great to avoid any further danger he would drive his horses on a walk the rest of the Way. The unaccustomed night air was Chilly As we descended the Hill. The after the grip diphtheria pneumonia Scarlet fever typhoid fever Etc., hoods Sarsaparilla is of wonder Ful Benefit in imparting the strength and vigor so much desired. Hoods pills for the liver and bowels act easily yet promptly and effectively. Or. Faurot Speaks. He cannot build a Road and wants to shut out All Comers. A lady at too Leys la., was very Shiloh a cure the great cough and sick with bilious Colic when m. C. Tis i croup cure is in great demand Rocker a prominent of the town gave her a bottle of chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy. He says she she was Well in forty minutes after taking Tho first dose. For Sale by j. Scott. May it size contains Twenty five doses Only 25c. Children love it. Sold by druggist. 24-Ly quote it i Dacha and Xet Ralgia cured by or. I l i is a in pills. A Soho cent a or. A f. Scott Blue Ridge Harrison county to. Says a for whooping cough chamberlains cough remedy is by using it freely the disease i3 deprived of All dangerous there is no danger in excursion to Denver Pueblo Manitou. Etc., july for the meeting of the National educational association july 5 to 12, of present year the t., St. L. Amp C. R a Clover Leaf route will Issue special round Tnp tickets at greatly reduced rates. Ample limits stopovers privilege of change in route going one returning another beyond St. Louis. Side trip to various Colorado tourist Points at a Small giving the remedy to babies As it Cen j p0idt? of 1 8ma&Quot so at Rains nothing injurious. 25 and Toto Coli Tore bottles for Sale by j. L. Scott May or Early App Ca on a a re aged for further particulars Call on nearest agent Clover Leaf route or address c. C Jenkins Gen. Pass. Agt., a to Toledo Ohio. Or b. C. Faurot made a speech before the Lima Council monday night in which he protested against the City granting the Lima Northern r. The use of one of the streets. Among other things the speaker said a the Lima Northern is a farce being imposed on the people it was organized by a set of people who build too feet of Railroad it is taking up right of Way to go to Holgate but it was incorporated to go to Williams county along the c. L amp m. Right of Way. They go into the Putnam county courts and perjury themselves asserting that the c. L. To m. Property has been vitiated because it Nash a to been built within five years. They claim the Astor estate is behind it but the fact is that it is Only a Straw organization. It will damage me Many thousand dollars if the ordinance is passed. The c. L. Amp m. Has been viciously attacked by this set of gentleman they have made Many misstatements the Lima Northern Railroad stands As Good a Chance of being struck by lightning As of being built they claimed we had failed and abandoned the c. L. Amp m. Enterprise. This Wae false As the Road is now in a better Way than Ever before we started out to build a Railroad from Columbus to the Northwest and i can say it is Worth More to Lima today than it Ever was i Haven to lost Hope nor determination to build the Road and we stand in Good shape to build it. It would be going today of it Hadnot been for the Lima Northern project. I shall never Stop until we get it. The c. L. Amp m. Has been As dead As one of the seven sleepers Ever since or. Faurot carried away his share of the $50,000 Maumee River Bridge Bonds from this City. If he would step out of the Way there would be a Chance of a connecting line Between Lima and this City being built but it never will be As Long As Faurot is on deck to do the Bull act in the China shop. Children cry for pitchers Castoria. Colleague Thompson is suffering with another attack of melancholia and is again kicking about that tax receipt. Where it is can make no difference to or. Thompson. At All events it is not among the receipts that Thompson has received from his hired girls and landlords. Those have no doubt been framed As German Herold. We Are not prepared to say that or. Deindorfer a association with the editors hired girls has enabled him to speak author timely of what re Veinte they have or have not Given but granting that to be True it is not a chivalrous act for him an sex Audi Tor of this great county to hide behind the skirts of hired girls when called to account for his own misdeeds. As the editor has lived in the same property for number of years without being thrown out and has retained in his service for a year or so a lady who has assisted in the household duties the Public Wil understand that the claims of land lords and hired girls have been receiving seme consideration. Although or. Deindoerfer seeks to make hired girls and Issue that is not the question at All and he must emerge from the sheltering skirts the women. In the report of inspector c. A. Vordtriede appeared the following very pertinent paragraph another matter on which i could get no Light was in regard to a delinquent personal tax appearing on the duplicate of the first Ward of Defiance City vol 2, Page 142 against the name j. Deindoerfer. The tax amounts to $20.31, and the word paid has been written opposite it in Pencil but the amount stated does not appear to have been included i i the settlements. No one seems Able to Tell in whose hand writing the word a a paid is. When or. Deindoerfer was subpoenaed by me he was told to bring along his personal tax receipt for the year in question but he claimed not to be atle to produce it As the person who had charge of All his papers was not in the City. So far As we have been Able to learn this tax receipt has Meyer turned up and sex auditor Deindorfer now offers As a defense of his inability to produce it the imputation that Thompson has no receipts showing that he has paid his hired girls. This is certainly a funny proceeding on the part of an sex official who a heralded to the world by the democratic press As Thebes auditor the county Ever had. Until or. Deindoerfer produces the receipt for this $20.31, the Public will have no Means of knowing that he has paid that which stands marked paid on the duplicate with a Lead Pencil and in an unknown hand. It does not look Well for an sex official to allow himself to rest in such a position it in a bad example for a Man who holds the proud position of Boss of the democratic party in Defiance county. But even if or. Deindorfer should be Able to explain away this $20.31 the records show that there Are other delinquencies that Call for an explanation. The personal tax duplicates show the following the records further show that in Tho last entry 1892, that the Book had been mutilated by scratching out the half tax and that it was marked paid in Ink. Now while the above amount is not Large it is such delinquencies taken in the aggregate that Burden the tax payers who do not become delinquent but Are prompt in the payment of their taxes. These matters stood upon the records when or. Deindoerfer was auditor they were matters of record a few Days ago. If they have been paid or any changes made the books will show it we Are willing that or. Deindoerfer should continue to Boss and run the democratic party to suit himself but he should be More dignified than to Dodge personal tax issues in the Jeff Davis act of hiding behind the skirts of hired girls. Come to the front or. Deindoerfer and explain these matters j to the tax payers. Persons who sympathize with the afflicted will rejoice with d. E. Carr of 1235 Harrison Street Kansas City. He is an old sufferer from inflammatory rheumatism but has not heretofore been troubled in this climate. Last Winter he went up into Wisconsin and in consequence has had another attack. A it came upon me again very acute and severe a he said. A my joints swelled and became inflamed sore to touch or almost to look at. Upon the urgent request of my Mother in Law i tried Chamberlin Spain Balm to reduce the swelling and ease the pain and to my agreeable Surprise it did both. I have used three fifty cent bottles and believe it to be the finest thing for rheumatism pain and swellings extant. For Sale by j. L. Scott. May authorized agent. Jesse Benner of Tiffin township is the duly authorized agent for the Republican express in that township. All business concerning subscription transacted with him will have careful attention. Of just a moment please. The progressive and aggressive railway in the line of interchangeable mileage is the a Ohio among the first to Issue this Book it has always been the Leader. It now publishes 67 distinct systems of transportation. Separated into divisional lines As is done by Many others it has 123 transportation lines represented. A full list will be mailed upon application to any agent of the Ohio Central lines. To the sat a 302 of hot Springs Semi weekly excursion commencing wednesday april 17th., and continuing each saturday and wednesday thereafter during april and May the a Clover Leaf route St. L. Amp C. R., will Issue one fare excursion tickets to the a a worlds sanitarium hot Springs Ark. Return limit 30 Days. The conditions existing a few months since Are entirely removed. This Well known health and pleasure resort can now be seen at its Best and upon the most favourable terms both As to transportation and hotel rates. The a Clover Leaf connects with All hot Springs trains in new Union station St. Louis. C. C. Jenkins general passenger agent Toledo o. A to if King Solomon was alive he would now say a go to the travelling Man learn his ways and be or. C. W. W. Battel a Cincinnati travelling Man representing the Queen City printing Ink co., after suffering intensely for two or three Days with lameness of the shoulder resulting from rheumatism completely cured it with two applications of chamberlains pain Balm. This remedy is gaining a wide reputation for its its prompt cures of rheumatism lame Back sprains swellings and lameness. 50c bottles for Sale by j. L. Scott May spinal weakness easily cured by or. Miles nerve plasters National association educational meeting. Denver colo., july 5 to 12, 1895. For this occasion the Wabash Railroad has made a rate of one fare for the round trip to Denver plus $2.00, added for membership fee. For full particulars in regard to this meeting time for trains rates route Etc., Call upon or write p any representative of die Wabash it. connecting lines or c. . Gen Bass. Amp tit. Agt., Wabash it. A. To St. Louis. To. Wabash Lour rate Harvest excursions for 1895. Will be run from All stations of the Wabash Railroad on april 30th, May 2l8t and june Lith to the West Northwest South and Southwest. For full particulars apply to the nearest ticket agent of the Wabash or connecting lines or to c. S. Crane g. P. Amp A., Wabash r. D w to a valuable find. After years of study and labor we Hava at last discovered a sure and never failing remedy. We have tested it on patients who have Dis paired of Ever being cured the results have been in every Case wonderful. Groffy a rheumatic cure is unequalled As a positive remedy in All cases or chronic and a Mintory rheumatism gout Lumbago sciatica neuralgia especially ovarian neuralgia and All kind dred affections. It is also a valuable blood purifier being especially useful in eczema psoriasis scr Fula All glandular enlargements and diseases m the liver and kidneys. It is absolutely free from All narcotics. Severe attacks Are relieved in from one to i free Days and a positive cure effected to from five to 18 Days for Sale by j p. Buffington Defiance Ohio. D 267 w 15 6m free pills Send your address to h. E. Bucklen j amp co., Chicago and get a free Sample Box of or. Kings new life pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills Are easy in action and Are particularly effective in the cure of constipation and sick headache. For malaria and liver troubles they have j been proved invaluable. They Are i guaranteed to be perfectly free from. Every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size 25e. Per Box sold by j. L. Scott druggist. 4 Relief in six hours distressing kidney and bladder disease relieved in six hours by the a now great South american kidney this new remedy is a great Surprise on account of its exceeding or aptness in relieving pal i in the bladder kidneys Back and every part of the urinary passages in male or female. It relieves retention of water and pain in passing it almost immediately. If you want Quick Relief and cure this is your remedy. Sold by s. G. Woodward druggist 512 Clinton Street Defiance. Ohio. 12 w 253 y d Devil controlled his team. Esi Backland Arnica Salvo. The Best Salve in the world for cuts cruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum Ever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains Cornea and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or 30 pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. Delaware township Man has a strange it experience Friday. Fred Rosemier of Delaware town ship was in this City Friday and he j was Here until nearly to Midnight of the same Day. He had his team with Biol j and a grist in the Wagon which he had brought to the Mill. He knew where he wanted to go but he insisted he could not get out of town. Coughing leads to consumption Kempis Balsam stops the cough at once. N9-Ly fun at Sherwood. How t he Council was made dry in that City. Toe boys Are having fun at Sher that j Wood in the Council. The people Are he Bent on making the town dry but started Home about 3 of clock but the when it come to count noses in the Devil he said had full control of his Council it was found that the a a Drys team and the first thing he knew after and a a wets were a stand off. Finally driving around for an hour was to find himself just where he started from. The Devil had full control of his team so he claimed. He insisted that he was not drunk and did not appear to be. At a late hour friends took the Man to the suburbs and started Birn Home on the right Road and were it is presumed if the Devil did not interfere with the team again he arrived in Good time. A Man who is not Able to find his Way out of town especially if he is sober need to have a guardian to keep track of him. One of the a a wets was induced to resigned. He did so and Emanuel Miller a a dry a was immediately appointed to fill Bis place. Then Tho spirit prompted another a a wet to resign and or. C. W. Kyle a a dry a was put in his place. That so disgusted a third a a wet that he resigned and now the Drys have everything their own Way. The people it seems Are determined that Miller amp Heller the soon keepers must leave town and they will doubtless have their Way about it. Highest of All in Law govt report powder absolutely pure

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