Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
17 May 1889

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17 May 1889

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - May 17, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance a Frontu Republican vol. . Defiance county Ohio Friday May 17, 1889. No. 22. We have bought at a big lot of dry goods dress goods shirting House furnishing goods s Hoe a i �131 a he. A but fit amp Gsry bargains carpets lace curtains parasols. Wonderful bargains our o and to cent counters. We will save you Money by buying at f. Swalley amp co. Peoples store. Headquarters for bargains. All the news gathered for us. Mark Center. A our Farmers Are All abolition Quot planting a a a George Holton has the Boa wheat Mark township. A mrs. E. Ash of Fostoria is v siring her son c. 8. Elder. A a w. Haver is building a Large Wagon a led and granary. A quite a Large crowd our Burg. Inst saturday afternoon. A a. H. Long bought a Largo lot of Road grading the 8th a elder a Hartshorn Are getting a Large lot of farming machinery. A quite a sleight of hand show Mark Center last monday evening. Singing school at no. 8 school Bouse was largely attended last sunday. A the Long looked for rain came at last and our Farmers Are correspondingly Happy. A miss Efio Sewell will teach the Young a idea How to shoot a Mark special no. I a Quito a Large lot of Road work was sold the Sib Mark township by our com to commissioners. Sherwood Ano Vicinity. Southern ties Oxford ties Crescent Congress and primer Albert All the new textures for Fine foot Wear. I the most Complete and Best selected Stock Ever shown this City at Chas. L. Mcbride a. Successor to Bittnerr a. No20 Chas. E. Bronson a real rotate Defiance Ohio. 306�?for Sale 60 acre farm Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county a to acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,500. 308-for Sale tis acres Section 7, Noble township de Lance county Good buildings. Price $1,700. Six for Sale or Troder lot Harrison Street. Defiance Ohio with two houses and a Large Frame barn. Will Exchange same for Good 40 acre farm near Tho City of Defiance. 328 for Sale 40 acres Section 19, Mark township near Murk Center 5 acres cleared ditches two sides. Price $1,100. A 339�?for Sale Corner lot at b. A o. Depot Defiance desirably located. Price $750. .38�?for Sale 40 acres pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well $1�5 k �?T10 8101,68 under cultivation. Price 352�?for Sale 40 acres Section 13, Delaware township. If sold soon will take Isoo. C357�?bor Sale 20 acres East of canal Section i. Price $475. 363-for Sale lot 14 Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price too. This is a rare secure a Good lot to build . 368�?for Sale one of the Best farms Defiance county Leo acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under Cultivar Tion soil Black Sand and Black Loam the pest the county Frame House two stories 32xgg feet 2q acres wheat. Price so per acre with half Cash a reduction of Sloper Norn for Cash. This is a rare bargain. To Lor Sale a Good hotel property near p. A 0. Depot. Must be sold at once. 370�?tor Sale House and lot Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price $3,. 381 for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets Clinton. A Good paying investment. Price Only $15,000. 384�?for Sale House and lot North Defiance known As the Widmer property. Price $750. 385�?for Sale the ruins of the american House with lot Perry Street. Call at once. 387�?for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price 1.200. 394�?for Sale so acres Section la Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and Good shape. Price $.3,goo. A Good Chance for the right Man. 396�?for Sale 120 acre farm Henry co., near Holgate 95 acres cleared Frame barn a t to Story Frame House Well under trained two open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price $7.2qo, Cash $2,4op. Call at once. 399 for Sale 40 acres Section 25, Del Ware township it. Wayne Road. Price i $22 per acre. Must be sold Al once. 4q6�?for Sale House and lot for $$50, easy payments South Defiance. 4q7�?f<r Sale 40 acres Sec. 13, Delaware township 25 acres cleared Fine Frame House a i Hirn Jill to a Ait a ii la a Saa a Sherwood will observe memorial Day. A John and Grant Shook have traded properties. A a Small child of Jacob Miller died last wednesday. A Carrie Wallace of Toledo was visiting Here last week. A a Huff has resumed business at the 13. To o. Restaurant. A tile new planing Mill commenced operations last monday. Wesley Campbell of Georgetown was our streets saturday. I "7,? Krum occupied the pulpit the u. Ii. Church sunday evening. A school commenced last monday miss Gleason of Defiance teacher. A mrs. Mary la Vergne and mrs. Lydia Snyder of mud Creek were visiting friends and relatives town last week. William holler of Delaware Bend has purchased no interest w. F. Hayes meat Market and will move his family Here soon. A it is amusing to see the Delaware Bend dudes wending their Way to Sherwood to get their drinks. They All travel with a lines and baskets so As to take a Supply Homo with them. J a during the storm saturday evening the North Span of tile Wagon Bridge crossing the Maumee at Delaware Bend was blown Down. Considerable damage was done to fences Timber a. A Sherwood is now the Road to Success. J he Hall is finished and we now boast of our weekly dances which draw Large crowds while the u. B. Church can hardly get Large enough audiences to hold services and right Here a land of bibles. A weather is very pleasant and business is no. Farmers Are having a Good time with their work and All Are progressing finely. Hie roads Are excellent condition and most crops look Well and Short a a everything is Lovely and the Goose deferred Highland Chapel. A we. Davis is the Happy father of a ten Pound girl. Lucius Davis is burning his first Kiln of tile this week. A Tho Sproul is building a new House for thus. Loye. A there was a social hop at Fred , thurs Lay night. A eel Hailey was these parts thursday business. A Dell wire Nugh a smiling was seen this place thursday. A Oscar Kleinhenn is engaged to teach a Winter school near Holgate. A Jolly Jim Lias quit writing news. So we will take his place for a while a Henry Kleinhenn has improved his premises by repainting his House. A Sherman Endsley has been training Bis Fine Mare to the cart the past week. A we. Jones is having bad Luck with his Wells. He bus dug two and found no water yet. A a very enjoyable time was had at the residence of Joseph Gearheart the 2tb Honor of my gear hearts birthday. A Tho sunday school at the Foster school is doing finely with or. Carpenter superintendent win. Foster assistant Thomas Facret Ait Ina Davis treasurer trifle Endsley librarian Estella Moon Cho Rister. Of always find to suit them a at Iso Piibe save one third of their Money by buying at Colby amp Scott a. Washington township. this log Date Davis 1b stuck the Moon. A hauling ties is the order or the Day. A John Morris is working Paulding co. A wonder where Dave Gorman was last saturday. Childrens Day at Highland Church june 9th. A is visiting friends miss Maggie Sprowl Oakwood. -8ci Aire Sprowl is teaching at the Foster school House. Sherman Endsley is having a Well driven the Prairie. I Kingery will move his farm near Melrose the first of june. Or. Jones Hying dutchman acted very naughty and before company too. A Thos. Dohony is putting up a new barn his farm Highland township. A a very pleasant time was had at Lon. Gob we s monday evening it being mrs. Cob vell s birthday. A very elegant supper was served and All went Home thinking it had been Good to be there. Gypsies a revolution Zero a. M. Would you whip a sick horse a then done to use Ordinary pills salts Senna Etc. For sick livers bowels Eta Only use Miles i ills m. P the Sufert and surest of pills samples free at. G. Woodward a Adams township. Every woman should have the Book diseases of women and children published by the Zoa Phora Medicine company Kalamazoo Mich. Price Only 10a mailed sealed. No2-Ly Evansport. A Obanner the Beautiful Flag of the free All nations with yearning Are turning to o Banner the Beautiful red White and Blue Earth a wildest convulsions but thy glory a a. N. Replogle purchased a horse lately. A business seems to be quite brisk this Village. Several Young gentlemen went to Bryan tuesday. J i he Farmers have had Clear weather to Plant Corn. A seeing the number of cows driven to and from pasture one would rightly conclude that the residents of Evansport had plenty of milk and butter. A or. And mrs. M. C. Coy visited with relatives Defiance last saturday and sunday. They expressed pleasure seeing the improvements and picturesque scenery to be found the Many line drives and about the City. A the accounts of the inauguration Centennial among other effects serves to warm the patriotic hearts of the aged men and women among us and they live again recounting events of Jihei youth. They have reason a they Are to be proud of their country As Well As of the toils and sacrifices they made As individuals for the welfare of their families and to promote the Best interests of a their own their native Victor. A a. W. Newell has traded horses. A tin paddlers Are getting numerous. A it will lie 41 years the 19th inst. Since the ratification of the Trout with Mexico. A it is now time for Snake stories Here is one. John Metz shot a Blue racer measure my aft. Inches a fire started William Krai Neaus a place last week it burned about 25 cords of Wood Tor different parties. A a Surprise birthday party at or. Horros last tuesday evening the event being the anniversary of mrs. Has. Natl Day a a old of gym of Shady Corners is am pos Mentis his opinion the subject of attending certain schools. We Are of the firm belief that a circumstances alter a a Man spoke the truth recently when he Saul a there Are two things 1st to find a mouses nest a cats ear. 2nd. For the democracy to carry Ohio at the election november. A married Schumacher and Behrens at the residence of the grooms parents thursday May 9th, 1888 or. Ii. Schumacher and miss Caroline Behrens. May their journey through life be one of uninterrupted pleasure. Dennis Jones. Card of thanks. If the proprietor of Kempis Balsam should publish a card of thanks containing expressions of gratitude which come to him daily from those who have been cured of severe Throat and lung troubles by the use of Kempis Balsam it would fill a fair sized Book. How much better to invite All to Call any druggist and get a free Sample that you May West for yourself its Power Large bottles 50cgnd $1.00. Nog Eow sheep shearing has Bogan Ca i try. A the stave factory started full blast last thursday. A quite a number took the show at Bryan last l a a f Doud he moved his office into p. M. Can go a Block. A John Campbell his put up a Butler wind Mill at his residence. A a w. Lewis has moved into the House that he got of d. L. Warner some time ago. Up. M. Crago is Tho sick list for the last few Days heart disease being the trouble Ben Mcfeeters is very sick with lung fever at . Or. Hartshorn is attending Bim. Tho ordinance of baptism will be administered to several at the lick Creek Church May 20th. A business is Lively our Little town As there is plenty of employment for hands who wish to labor. A Amos Moon and wife of near Itigan were the guests of or. And mrs. O. R Lichty last Munday. A David Variot starts this week for Montana and it is reported that he will Mako his Home there the future. A the Forest fires burned a Large pile of Wood belonging to and about 40 rods of rail Fence for Andrew Ridenour. Of. H. Harmon of Cleveland Ohio was tills Vicinity last week buying Milch cows and paying the Farmers a Good Price for them. Logan. A Rev. D. C. Sheldon held meeting Here inst sunday evening. A miss i nay Modellers has gone to id. To reside with Uncle. A will Smith and family of Delaware township spent sunday with Frank Byers be. O Stone began a ten weeks term of school District no. I Mark township May 8th. A James Moore ran a stick his ear lately. It pained him so much that a doctor was called. A the Arrowsmith Woods got afire one Day last week and burned some Wood for Wor Barney and Aaron Hopkins. A Henry Wonderly was appointed administrator for the estate of Adam Cline and will have a Public Sale Tho near future. Eps Rimboi text. E. Henry manager. South Tiffin. A and barn All new Price $2,Soo. Purchaser Cap secure 4q acres adjoining this 40, cheap. Flat marriage at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o. Secures to girls a painless perfect development and thus prevents life Long weaknesses. Sustains and soothes Jacv worked women exhausted mothers and prevents pro Lapsus. Cures palpitation sleeplessness nervous breaking Down often preventing insanity providing a Safe change of life and a Hale and Happy old age. Reader suffering from any complaint Peculiar to the female sex Zoa Phora is Worth everything to you. For full information address Zoa Phora Medicine co. Kalamazoo. Mich. Colby amp Scott Defiance Ohio. Zoa Phora woman a Friend. Having some Clearing done stood Reward for every came of nasal or Post nasal Catarrh that or. Livino Stontz a positive cure for Catarrh a Iem to Cere. Carried gives be pm Row with a worthless nostrum but one of Merit. Do not let your druggist sell you unless it Baa our guarantee same. For Sale by All drug Trade. Price 81.00 per Otue. Of your druggist does not have it Send $1, and we will pay express charges. Do. Livingston Medicine co. Dayton. Ohio. Bra Fields female regulator should be used by the Young Aud budding woman she who suffers from any disorder Peculiar to her sex and at the change of life it Oen Elits All who use it. Write the Bradfield a regulator co., Atlanta a. Hold by All druggist May Delaware township. Of. Rollins has returned from the wild West. A a. Boterf is his farm. A. Bayes is draining his farm with wooden tile. Of. Wiler says he has the finest District no. 4. Hilton believes rolling his wheat the Spring. A. Stuckey and cargo Weaner Sun Dayed with m. Moog. A John Moninger will farm for j. P Mon Inger this summer. A Johnnie Moninger is making a Buzz saw Frame for l. Bohrig. A Home Tough set a tree fire Joe Bowers Woods and burned about Tony rods of Fence. A fight Between a member of the Oak Grove vinegar club and the Captain of the blues stockings was exciting but bloodless affair last wednesday. Wand Iuno Joe. Colt epoch. The transition from Long lingering and painful sickness to robust health Marks epoch the life of the individual such a remarkable event treasured the memory and the Agency whereby the Good health has attained is gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so much is heard Praise of electric Bittern so Many feel they owe their restoration to health to the use of the great alterative and tonic. If you Are troubled with any disease of kidneys liver or stomach of Long or Short standing you Wil surely find Relief by use of electric Bittern sold at 50c and $1 tier bottle at Colby a Scott a drug store. A a single Gold Dollar can be made into a Sheet that will carpet two rooms sixteen and a half feet Square. A mrs. J. Lyons is ill. A prepare for decoration Day. A Lewis Lantow is radiated with the sore Throat. A the Cut Worms have put their Yearance. A Organ and fruit tree agen8 Are very numerous. A the sheep Are having their wooly Coats shorn away. A miss Malinda Miller is working for Philip Grant. A Clay. Dickau was the boy that caught eel last week. A Jacob Robertson has completed addition to his House. A a. J. Carpenter found his lost Fox hound Defiance township a Rev. Snyder preached at the Salem Church sunday evening. A a great Deal of Corn is yet to be planted owing to the dry weather. A or. And mrs. Henry Kuhn visited at Napoleon several Days last week. A Isaac Linebrink and wife Are domiciled a House j. J. Cranes farm. A the carpenters Are Busy building addition to Charles Lantow a House. Or. And mrs. Jacob Dickman spent sunday with relatives Mark township. A win. Shock sold a horse to Herp Lantow of Defiance consideration of $50. A Charley Lantow and wife attended a wedding of a relative Adams township last week. A very warm weather last week. The thermometer registered 94 degrees the Shade up Here. A William Dickman has gone to visit several of his sons Iowa. Ile expects to remain until the 1st of june. A John Stock will teach Tho school District no. 7 the coming Winter. There were seven applicants for this school. A Deepe and Parteet a saw Mill caught fire the -1th. With great difficulty they succeeded putting it out before much damage was done. A last Friday evening the lightning injured six Telephone posts the line along the Holgate Pike. Several of the posts were completely demolished. Agricola. invariable sign. Swelling of the Ankles or feet when not due to rheumatism prof. Decosta says is always caused by a weak or diseased heart. So is shortness of breath pain or uneasiness w ,.n ty1 the 1.ft smothering spells. I he Only cure is or. Miles new cure. Bold at. G. Woodward s. North Richland. A quite a refreshing rain monday last a a Deli a Snodgrass is still the sick list a or. And mrs Luther Pokemire of South Richland were the guests of friends Here last Sabbath. A misses Grace Whitney of Defiance and Jennie Weidenhamer or South Richland was this place last sunday. A or. And mrs. J. Bixby and children of Defiance visited with mrs. Bixby parents or. And mrs. D. Morse last Sabbath. The Inman Brothers have their new Massillon Hep Tralor at Home and Are ready to do work for the Farmers the coming season. A the Spring term of school at this place closed last Friday and saturday the school held a picnic at the state dam which was enjoyed by ult present. Yes brother Jones you can hear from us once a while. But you must remember a we Are but a Mere child and not big enough to leave our Mother hence we do not get out Ito hear Many items. A we understand a Small son of Polk Newell met with a severe Accident Sabbath last he with some oth r children was playing a Hay mow. The child fell through the Hay mow to the door below and was picked up for dead but is much better at . Nina. Sunnyside of Paulding county. A come and see the a Garden of Eden it Sunnyside. A Tho thermometer stood 10 1 degrees above Zero last week. A Corn is nearly All planted and waiting for rain this Vicinity. A or. And mrs. Frederick visited Lier parents last sunday near powells Creek. I a two weeks ago Hunny the morning freight the Wabash Road killed a Nice cow belonging to mrs. J. W. Towle. A the Thunder storm of Friday night blew Over a part of the Delaware Bend Bridge. This is the second time it has blown Over a better weight it Down future. A attorney Johnston Bas his Force pump and tasks Al working order. Winnie Len Laid the piping Boring a Large Auger Hole tinder the Railroad to connect the tanks. A the Chick ranch is flourishing finely this Spring Over too Little huffs Langhans and Light brahmas have made their appearance urn 15 More settings to follow noon. The Chicken Hawks Are Here too. A John Shuman succeeded tunnelling the Wabash railway last week order to connect the parts of the Johnston lateral ditch. The work was done under the supervision of Gussie Webber Section Boss. A it was our pleasure last saturday to grasp the hand of our old Friend John Kuhn. speaking of the recent Thunder storm to stated that the lightning splintered up three Telephone poles near his Home Holgate Pike a close Call. A a week ago Charlie Hoeffel while coming from Defiance with a Load of sewer tile. Jumped off his Wagon to look at something the Road when his horses started a run Lor Home leaving a Large pile of the smashed up tile the Hermening ditch Grade half a mile from the Wabash railway. Buckle no a Arnica Salve the Best Salve the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers halt Rheum fever heres Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All 8kin eruptions and p Siti vely cures piles or no pay requited. It guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or j holding 7 Money refunded Price 25 cents Der Box. He rink re a ii. W. Farmer is dialling the City. A a j. Kuhn was at Defiance sunday. A James Gilbert has returned from Chicago a we. Correll spent last week at Van wort a miss Cora Overholt is Home from Chicago a visited Knight of Edgerton was the City inst Friday. A David Dowell is a new compositor the of Rule Hon it Len office. Hood to Simmons wore at Paulding last week business. Farming u to us la and building material att. M. Overho jts so a. K social was held at Geo. T. Nichols last Friday evening. Francis Dowell visiting her daughter at fort Wayne Chia shame. Sr., is visiting her son Lewis at Findlay o. Lizzie wild crack is employed or. It e. Everett a office. A Geo. K Otis made a business trip to Paulding one Day last week. A Levi Henry returned from Pioneer sat Virday where he Hee been dialling. A Zilite a number of new houses Are being erected this Stasen town. Preaching at Tho Evan Euc amp a Church next sunday Forenoon and evening. Keep out that Ever dreaded pest House Fly by purchasing door screens of Brown a Bernie. A the now m e. Minister has arrived and will preach next sunday Forenoon and evening. A prepare for the coming seasons work by investing a Mccormick Binder of c. M. Overholt. A James Heller has purchased a new Organ Hammy is receiving instructions from miss Flora Coy. A teachers meeting at the evangelical Church every monday evening and singing every tuesday evening. A m Stewart auctioneer Hicksville o. Residence Light Street. Extensive experience sales of All kinds. 7 of a we were hiked Why the woman Relief corps lasted so Long. Wei Veirup. Can t Tell without it is a a a postscript a or Jacob Kline will open a Novelty and Willow Ware store Tim room vacated by i Roxel the City Block a few Days. A mrs. Etui diesel. Teacher the Wauseon schools will spend her vacation this City with her parents or. And mrs. J. Sensen a uglier. A May 12th., the time of trains the i a. Was changed somewhat and two extra i filled trains one running each Way were put . J a Hunan Emery has erected a water tank East main Street with a capacity for holding 77g barrels to Supply his Street Fok Sale by Colby a Scott. Shady three township. A Henry Mosser is getting a Well bored this week. A Ida l. Bruner was the guat of her Mother the att. A a. Kitzero Paulding was this Vicinity last thursday. Of. A. Goddard to data of having the Best hogs this township. A Rev. Flickinger arid wife Are still the mend at . A a. Wolsiffer of Defiance qua West Noble last week Busine. A a. Kennt by. Of Defiance was the guest of his father the Lith and loth. A a. M�?�8er and q. F. L my have gone to South Bridge to worry at their Trade this summer. Some youths who live Buckskin had better be careful find not build any More fire other Peoples fences. The Young folks of this part of Noble township took a trip to North Ridge just saturday night to a dance at m. Roh rugs. A mrs. J. Delacher was the guest of my g. F. Lang last sunday. Miss l. Darber of Defiance has returned to her Home for the summer. Miss a Delarber is the sick list this week. Most All done planting All deferred lick Creek items. A Fanny Riser is teaching the Kiser school. A Eli Brown has the cellar to his new House done. A Ella Crawford is Home from a Mon lbs visit to her brother. A or. Davison and wife Hay thought Best to dissolve partnership. A mrs. E. V. Smith 1ms returned Home after a weeks visit with friends Here. A Farmers Are Corn. A the trustees of Mark township a. Old sex folders. A i be orphans Home at Mark Center was Well attended last Friday. A Mims Ettle Sewell of Farmer Center will touch this summer at Shady Corners miss Nora Nell the Dickey school i miss Slough the Platter Creek school a president Harrison sold Boot Black was our Vicinity last week and purchased two farms acres cacti less the amount the r. A of takes out by running through. By a. Tedro was the pulpit at Platter Creek last sunday evening and spoke from the following text a there is a Way that seem it h right unto Man but the end thereof is to completely exhausted the text. A some of our Young ladies Are disposed to find fault because their names do not occur More the Republican and sex Priehs. Now girls surely you would riot want us to give the names of those two ladies that gave the fast line Tho ii. A o r. It. Such a Chase and then fulled to get to attend the hop. Old foot. Loose s red Clover pile remedy is a positive specific for All forms of the disease Blind bleeding itching utter Atod and protruding piles. Price 50c. For Sale at Collie a uol7-iy Bethlehem. Fearful and wonderful. The Bible says a Man is fearfully and wonderfully but physiologists All concede that the most wonderful portion of Man is the nervous system. it Are located the seats of life and mind and the control of ail the bodily organa when the nerves Are destroyed the part is paralysed the flesh blood and Bones Ore As nothing to it. Derangement of the brain or nerves Are the causes of headache fits dizziness fluttering of the heart sexual weakness sleeplessness neuralgia cold hands and feet a free trial bottle of or. Miles Nervine the latest and most successful cure for All these diseases May be had at g Woodward drug store a John Bencher has 12 acres of Corn planted. A Jack Kenner is building addition to his grocery. A lot. W. Mansfield has stopped hauling chips to Defiance. A William Frederick is the Boss tie maker of Paulding county. A Little Charley the joker is hauling Sand for his Brot her. A or. Cain the grocer the d. A o. Pike is doing a Good business. A a. Skiver will soon have his Blacksmith shop completed. All those having Fine horse shoeing and repairing to be done or wagons made to order should give him a the word Zoa Phora Means health bringer. The Reed so named was originally called woman s Friend. Milta torn stole that name so a new one was invented and patented. You can Call for woman a Friend but be sure that what you get has Lithe name Iiona Phora. Sold by All druggists. May powder absolutely pure this powder never varies. A Marvel of purity strength and whole Lor Ness. More economical than the Ordinary kind and cannot be Gold Competition with the multitude of Low test Short weight Alum or pos sold Only cans. Royal baking powder co., 106 Wall St. . N a be storm Friday night tenth blew Down fences fruit and Forest Trees. The roof of a building East of the City waa blown off. J a miss m. Ii Casebeer is enjoying a Rushing business. J he latest styles millinery goods laces Flowers Hee. She takes Pride showing her customers her goods. Give Ber a Call. A it is rumoured that the b. A o. Will erect a new Brick stat Ion House with offices dining rooms Etc., at this place. Also that Kerr Bros. And clays switch will be run through to the elevators. A Al Tho last meeting of the City Council the committee resolutions submitted a Resolution asking the Council to erect a City h i Aud Street lamps and to Purchase a fire engine. The Resolution was adopted and the committee ordinance was instructed to draft ordinance bonding the City for $10. to defray the Cost of the foregoing improvements. The ordinance will be adopted at the next regular meeting of the Council which will occur next monday Ltd veiling. Without even Ono exception Tho proceedings thus far have met the approbation of our citizens. Let the Good work go . Hicksville is no longer a Little Grid sack Vintage but is a thriving enterprising City. A fart of National g. A. R. Order no. 8 i he sacred duty of honouring the memory of those who fell Battle or died account of the hardships and exposures defense of our country is again upon us. Laii it not be said that the grand army of the Republic is oblivious to the Trust imposed upon it by the rules and regulations of our order which declares one of its objects to be to a perpetuate the memory and history of the it is the sacred duty of the surviving comrades of that grand body of american citizens which sprang up a if by magic defence of their Homes and constitutions although but a minority of those who followed Hie Flag to hold their memory sacred and with our solemnly impressive ceremonies at their Graves memorial Day the both of May teach the youth of our land that he Quot who Dies for his country gives up his life the most Noble cause and that his memory will be cherished and revered As Long As this Republic shall exist. performance of this solemn duty we will be aided by that Noble bund of Oval women composing woman a Relief corps the patriotic organization of the s. Of v und by All Liberty Loving citizens of our common country who appreciate and Are Graceful for the Blessing that we Are permitted to enjoy account of the sacrifices of these our fallen coi Radea this memorial Day it is especially approx Gritto that tile comrades of die grand army of the Republic remember him who As their commander chief first Stab i or Hod the Beautiful custom of decorating the Graves of our departed Comrade Gen. John a. Logan the noblest Type of the Volunteer Soldier of this Republic. Your contribution to the fund for the Monument to be erected to his memory however Small should at once be sent . Alger chairman Logan Monument committee Detroit Mich. The Post will meet at g. A. Ii. Hall at 9 a. M. And leave for cemetery at 9 30. The different societies and sunday schools will be assigned position the line by the adjutant under the orders of the commander. Atli a. M. The Hon. A. P. Edgerton will deliver address at the presbyterian Church. A cordial invitation is extended to All to be present and pay a tribute of respect to the memories of our nations dead who made the blessings we now enjoy possible. A

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