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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - May 24, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance 0�nuntu j Republican. And re try a a a a Kex. R i Al vol. Xxxi l Defiance Defiance county Ohio Friday May 24, 1889. No. F23. We have bought at a bin Bim Lur Yeti All the news gathered for us. Sharon sittings. 3 a big lot of goods dress goods shirting House furnishing goods shoes i must be turned into Cash will be sold dirt cd me at once. Extraordinary bargains in carpets lace curtains parasols. Wonderful bargains on our 5 and to cent counters. We will save you Money by buying at f. Swalley amp of. Peoples store. Headquarters for bargains. I in Southern ties Oxford ties Crescent Congress and primer Albert in All the new textures for Fine foot Wear. The most Complete and Best selected Stock Ever shown in this City at Chas. L. Mcbride a. No20 successor to Bittnerr a. Chas. E. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. A Farmers Are in syn planting com. A Etta Jones gave Amanda Doenges a visit last thursday. A John Doenges was the guest of his son Michael last Munday. A Hector intends to have a new Church built the present year. A Continental is rapidly improving. It is beginning to put on City airs a or. And mrs. John Doenges were in Continental last wednesday. A the Catholic society in Continental will build a new Church this year. A a. R. Doenges and family were the guests of mrs. A. Fullmer Munday last a Rev. Norveil has closed his series of meetings it Hector with eight converts a Frank Jones of Continental who met with a serious Accident in Defiance last thursday is still quite ill. A Monroe township. Putnam county was visited by a heavy Hail storm on Friday the considerable damage was done. Noble crossing. A Corn planting is still the rage. A William Slough has purchased a Fine Carriage. A we. lost a valuable Mare last week. A a Well holing is the order of the Day in West Noble this Spring. A a Bruner and wife Sun Dayed with Frank Long and family. A Nelson Olrogg and wife took in the sights at Sunnyside of Paulding sunday. A miss Emma Lang of Hicksville was in nest Noble a few Days the past week. A Rouh. Flickinger and wife Are Able to be out again after a Long siege of lung fever. A a. F. Ling had Good Luck dinging a Well he got Good water at the depth of 42 feet. 1 a wheat looked Well the Early part of the Spring but now it is being injured by the insects. Always find to suit them a at save one third of their Money by buying it 1 a z m 3ep.f.iep33de3 at the word Zoa Phora mean health bringer. The remedy so named was originally called woman a Friend. Imitators 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 on it the name zoo Phora. Hold by All druggists. May Colby amp Scott a. Department. 10th. Look to your heart. Mrs. Charles Greenwood of Indianapolis had what the doctors called asthma but she got Little Relief until she took or. Miles new cure which soon made her Long winded stopped the pain in Chest swelling of Ankles cough palpitation Etc. Sold at a g. Woodward a. South Tiffin. Hane lost a valuable Colt last is working for Samuel 306�?for Sale 60 acre farm in Section so a Glaize township Paulding county 60 acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,500. 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7. Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Price $1,700. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared glitches on two sides. Price $1,100. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at b. A Depot desirably located. Price $750. 348�?for Sale 40 acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price $1,600. 352-for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Dela township. If sold soon will take Moo. 357�?for Sale 20 acres East of canal in Section i. Price $475. 363�?for Sale lot 14 in Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price $100. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. 368�?for Sale one of the Best farms in Defiance county Leo acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat Price $60 per acre with half Cash a reduction of $10 per acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369-for Sale a Good hotel property near b. A Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets on Clinton. A Good paying investment. Price Only $15,000. 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price i too. 384 for Sale House and lot North Defiance known As the Widmor property. Price $750. 385�?for Sale the ring of the american House with lot of Perry Street. Call at once. E 387�?for Sale. Lot 14, East Defiance a two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame Arn. Price $1,200. 394�?for Sale 80 acres in Section is. Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. Price $1,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. 396 for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co., near Holgate 95 acres cleared Frame barn. A two Story Frame House Well under drained j two open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Prico $7,200, Cash $2,400. Call at once. 399�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 25, Delaware township on it. Wayno Road. Price $22 per acre. Must to sold at once. 406�?for Sale House and lot for $550. On easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?f�r Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township 25 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. 414�?$225.00 will Purchase a House and lot i East John week. A will Noffsinger Horn ish. A quite a refreshing rain last saturday evening. A Allen Miller has the Best trotting horse in these parts. A Henry Deepe hauled a or Eft Many ties to Defiance last week. Messes. Deepe a Partee have resumed sawing at their saw Mill. A Joe Saunders of Sherwood has bought Wool of several parties in this Vicinity a George Miller has invested a device to churn butter by the Means of a wind pump. A Charles Sponsler of Paulding was the guest of friends in this Vicinity last sunday. A the Pesky crows Are doing much damage to the Corn. The shot Guu is frequently used. A Samuel Burk rolled the logs off of six acres of ground last wednesday. Sam is an enterprising Young Farmer. A Rev. Hayes of Beauga county. Ohio gassed through Here on hib Way to Nebraska. He spent sunday with m. Gurwell. The question for discussion in the debate at carpenters school House last saturday night was rewired a that inventions is a Benefit to the Labouring class of Agricola. Every woman should have the Book on diseases of women and children published by the Zoa Phorn Medicine company Kalamazoo Mich. Price Only 10a mailed sealed. No2-Ly Evansport. In ast Defiance. Call at once. 412 a for Sale House and lot 6 rooms Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1500, Hap Carriage at Tho office at Oil hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance Zoa Phora secures to girls a painless perfect development and thus prevents life Long weaknesses. Sustains and soothes overworked 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. Woman a Friend. $1,000 Reward Fok every Case of nasal or Post nasal Catarrh that on. a positive cure for Catarrh fails to cure. Every bottle is guaranteed or Money refunded when our rules and instructions Are earned out in full. The Only Catarrh Medicine of Merit and the Only company that fives you this Chance. This is to show the Public that we do not come before the people with a worthless nostrum but one of Merit. Do not let your druggist sell you a bottle a nil Quot our guarantee on same. For Sale by All drug Trade. Price 81.00 per of your druggist does not Hare it Send $1, and we will pay express charges. Do. Livingston Medicine co. Dayton. Ohio. Or. 8. Heatley seems to have a new Carriage. A misses Mary and Frank Snider who Are teaching in Archbold visited their parents last sunday. A or. J. 8. Cameron has had his fences rebuilt around his Fields that were recently destroyed by fire. A several of our townsmen have built new barns and repaired old ones and otherwise improved their property which adds to the value and Good appearance of their buildings a Martha wife of Samuel Yeager and daughter of John and Nancy Snider died at her Home the evening of my 17th, of consumption aged 51 years. Mrs. Yeager was an estimable woman and has borne her extracted sufferings with patience she has and every thing done to alleviate her distress that could be done by an affectionate Hamdy and numerous relatives near whom she has always lived. Her loss is mourned by friends und neighbors. Her obituary will appear hereafter. A decoration Day will be observed As is the custom at Evansport this part of the county was fully represented in the array. The Brave men who returned when the War was Over a never forget those of their number who a sleep their last sleep a and those who wore the Blue Are rapidly diminishing in number yet their services for Union and Freedom Are held in grateful remembrance Aud May the memory of their deceased comrades Ever be honoured on the annual return of decoration Day we Are always glad to hear of any Soldier soldiers widow or orphan receiving a pen bion we believe it to be a performance of the pledges made to the men who so bravely offered their jives in their country a hour of great peril. From a selfish Point of View it is not Money wasted it is immediately circulated in the Community where the recipient lives either in purchasing needed supplies building a Home buying a farm or a Small business Aud thus proving Benefit to Many. The soldiers All deserve a pension. A James Donaldson died in Stryker o., aged Twenty nine years at the residence of his Uncle or. C. A. Skinner. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. St. James. He was buried in the cemetery South of Evansport not far from the Homestead where his boyhood was passed. He Learned Type setting in Defiance attended school in Columbus and for several years has been engaged in printing. His Mother died in his infancy his father died in the service his aunt mrs. Skinner bad taken care of him until he went away to school. James friends were not apprised of his illness until recently when his uncles j. C. And s. Donaldson immediately brought him from Pittsburg a to the Home of his kind aunt. He was too far gone with consumption to receive any Benefit from the change. He was Happy to be with his relatives the morning of his death he summoned his friends around him and expressed his thankfulness for having been brought Home and affectionately old them a last Farewell. The relatives have the sympathy of their friends of this place in their sad bereavement a peaceful be thy silent Al cob. Brunersburg. A glorious showers of Fain. Cd. Fortney is on the sick list a decoration Day next thursday. A Jake lower has returned from a sojourn in Dakota. A a. 0. Leader is Happy Over the arrival of a ii la daughter. A ascension Day and decoration Day both next thursday also a . A Frank Schieb was not at work near Cecil As reported too far from borne. A or Powell gave the Burg a professional Call last week As did also or. Chapman. A thus remarks one the House cleaning Racket is about Over thank Providence. A the remains of 8. Brown were recently removed from the Burg cemetery and Daiil to rest in the Mccauley Demetry. A wonder who those Defiance Fellows Are who come to the Burg occasionally on sundays for a drink a prohibition drink. Aliett Bros have erected within the last few weeks monuments on the following lots Brown Bowden Day and Tibbitts. W. E. Henry Managar. A go. Gilbert is visiting in town. A a. J. Henry is painting his House. A next thursday is decoration Day. A Bert Clay was at Home Over sunday. A mrs. John Shepard has been quite sick. A Vinton Pordy has returned from Angola College. Pm e. Social at or. C. Overholts this evening. Mrs. E. Bucyrus. E. Summers has returned from a Eli lower and family visited at Bryan saturday. J a a. D. Stern of Bryan saturday. A Fremont Nelson dwelling. A in Tho City has repainted his a miss Maud Bevington went to Chicago last week. Lilly was at York Tena w. J. Henry were is doing some a consumption incurable. Read the following or cd h. Morris Newark Ark says a a wok Down with abscess of lungs and friends and physicians pronounced me an incurable consumptive. 3egnn taking or. Kings new discovery for consumption am now on my third bottle and Able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest Medicine Ever Jesse Middle Ware Decatur Ohio says a had it not been for or. Kings new discovery for consumption i would have died of lung troubles. Was Given up by doctors. Am now in Best of try it Sample bottles free at Colby a Scott a drug store. Three township. Al. Stuckey is in Georgetown putting Down a Well for Dan mock. A school commenced in District no. 4, last monday. Effie miser teacher. E. Hop linger gave a social dance to the Young folks saturday night j. S. Grogg and wife took a pleasure ride in their new buggy last sunday. A a. Ling and c. Spiser spent sunday with their parents in Delaware and Noble townships. Stuckey who drove a Well in Farmer township had the Good Luck to strike Fountain. A we had a Nice rain last week. It was just what we wanted for the wheat Corn and our Meadows a grandma Stark and daughter were guests of her daughter mrs. William Long Smith last sunday. A a. Campbell has rented a farm in Paulding county of j. Denman and intends moving on it this fall. A the people of Noble township had a a play party at William Longsmith a last Wedny a a a Rev. J. W. Lest week. A Alex. Compared and at Bryan a Friday. A the Board of health effective work now. A reaching at the evangelical Chyroh. Next sunday evening. A Pavi t Sollin Berger has returned from West Point Mississippi. A Ava gingery will remodel and enlarge his House this summer. Of. Thompson s new House will soon de ready for occupancy. Be. Gingrich has put a slate roof on one of his barns on his farm. A mrs. R. Steelsmith has been with the catarrhal fever. A a Rose is painting the Wood work in the presbyterian Church. A miss Lottie Koons of Sherwood the City saturday and sunday. A memorial services at the Christian Church next sunday Forenoon. Of a Alrymple was at Auburn. Waterloo Kendallville and Avilla lout week. A protracted meetings at the Christian Church conducted by Rev. Payne. A master Morris Taylor is dangerously ill at his grandma Larue sat met id. A Twenty two of the d primary pupils were Down with the mumps last week. A Enoch Farmer and wife Are visiting at Columbus. They will remain about a month. A Rev. A e. Gaff preached at Blak Eite. Last sunday. He filled Rev. Lilly a appoint vaunt. A Glen infant son of Rev. And mrs. A. By Gaff is quite poorly with the whooping Oonagh. Y a a father Zhamo did his Best to persuade a to that he was a chief Cook and Botto Washer during the Athenee of mrs. Zhamo but we done to propose to do it. It do to use such language in a newspaper. A the duty of baptizing Rev. Zechiel a converts devolves upon the new evangelical minister Bey. L. 8hideler, As the former pastor was not empowered to pre Side Over baptismal services according to the rules by which evangelical ministers Are governed it being his first year in ministerial work. There Are quite a number of converts and the rite of baptism will doubtless be attended to at an Early data a a a Ray gala Libs resigned his position with f. Dairy nip in druggist and will leave about the last of june for the Philadelphia College of pharmacy where he will take a two years course. Ray is one of our finest Young men and we regret to see him go. He is talented and the course will be a step upward toward tile goal of his ambition. We Hope he will be successful and that his fondest desires will be realised. A a Young Man passed through Here last week soliciting Aid to Roach ids Homo at Michigan City id. His right Side Arm and limb were helpless having been paralysed by being kicked by a horse. He claimed to have walked All the Way from the Eastern part of the state where he had been employed to attend to fast horses. His education was quite Good and he thought that when he reached Homo some Avenue would be opened for him which would Lead to remunerative employment Tine truth is obvious his Case was a sad wreck of a once Strong Constitution and his condition was sufficient to effect the strongest heart written Yob Hicksville department. It was the Winter of 1862, and a Brilliant reception to which Tho elite at the whole in anther cd was in Progress in the City of washing ton. In a Back parlor Remote from the rest of the crowd two gentlemen stood watching the richly attired guests As they swayed too and fro in the mazy measures of a Waltz. Tho Eider a Man of perhaps Twenty five or thirty was Large and heavy set with Black eyes that fairly sparkled As he Alketa the other was tall Ami Broad shouldered and had a countenance that bespoke Only nobleness and True manliness. I hey were both dressed in dark Kuel the rank of general the other that of colonel in the Union army i hey were general Eldridge and his Nephew colonel Hamilton. A she is nothing but a vain heartless woman who expects every body to devote his tune to promote her happiness a said the general. remains at Home without a thought for the thousands of patriotic lives that Are being sacrificed for. Her welfare while hundreds of Noble onion prompted by no outer motive than that which ignites her any Erving As nurses in hospitals and on Tim Field. Would she give up luxury and pleasure to relieve the Unis of some poor suffering Soldier ? nay a a Way Abe is a being Quot cried Ray Hamu-f00 y. / to dwell amid All that is Beautiful and Bright you might As Well think of transplanting some tender Whito Blossom from the a entering Walls of a hot House to Tim chill Bleak air of a Winter Garden and expert it to survive of to place a one of our most respectable and Law her amid such scenes of suffer Lair abiding citizens a gentleman who is exp then of she to but a sail Emp Lary in every Wuy is to unfortunate us i Ltd it a a a a a a. a Overaa to be slightly deformed. The other Day one quite sick was in wednesday evening. May 15tb. Done to whip a sick horse. P. Nor take Cartharo pills when your bowels or liver Are sluggish. They Are whips. But try once at least Miles nerve and liver pills they act through the nerves. Samples free at n. G. Woodward so a. D. War ten lies family visited the family of mrs John Hollinger saturday and sunday. A misses Coulter Best and Wright gave their scholars a Pic Nic in the Snyder Grove saturday. A Wra. Dilworth aussie Bent and Della Kyle attended the Angola Normal commencement a misses Dessie and Ella Wyatt spent last thursday at pleasant Ridge visiting mrs g. Bowen. A Hon. A p. Edgerton Speaks at the pres Thi bytes inn Church at 11 of clock. Next thursday Forenoon looses red Clover pile remedy is a positive specific for All forms of the Dis ease. Blind bleeding itching Nice rated and protruding Colley a Scott a. Price 50c. For Sale no7-iy a a single Gold Dollar can be made into a Sheet that will carpet two rooms sixteen and a half feet Square. Bank Lens a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever 8ores, Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by Colby a Scott. Adams township. A House cleaning has again returned. A Charley Davison visited on the Ridge sunday. A Fredinand Mekus works at the carpenters Trade this the marriage notice last week should have read �?T89 instead of �?T88. 11�?mr. J. T. Cookie has a Colt suffering with paralysis of the spinal column. A Daisy Elliott of Richland township visited relations Here last week. A Munson Whitney is having Timber got out for the erection of a barn 40 x to feet. A if you fall to read pilgrims communications you certainly keep yourself from pure enjoyment m�?~h8 Helena Coressel had the misfortune to step on a hot Iron burning her foot very severely six years to Day since the opening of the Brookli a a we. W. Coburn was called to Muskegon county Mich., last week by the severe illness of his father. A mrs. Martha Purdy and mrs. Nettie Wagner were at pleasant Ridge Friday guests of mrs. Amanda Henry. A a Vanness of , visited mrs. F. Dalrymple and other friends in this City the past week. A new Street has been Laid out and of traded till of we try Oiler improve ments will be made soon. A a. M Stewart auctioneer Hicksville 0. Residence on tight Street. Extensive experience in sales of All kinds. 7 of _ a a m Stewart c. Hollinger. L. Ii wort j. Spindler and w. J. Henry were at Clear Lake ind., this week fishing. A a. W Hill and daughter Elsie were at Farmer last thursday. Miss Hill attended the lord thorough wedding. A miss Bell Ruck Man who teaches the dutch Street school will give her scholars a Pic no at the dose of school. A the county Surveyor wus in the City the latter part of last week and did work for j. W. Kleckner and other persons. A a. W. Kleckner has had his lot on High by a get Ink to a world 8uflpeijbion a Reet the merchants hotel surveyed cringe in the world i preparatory to building a Brick business a Samuel Maddock had a trans Stop at his House and Call for wine and whiskey and some More of such luxuries. A Lokeman bored a Well at his tile Yard last Friday and saturday. We learn that there is an abundance of water. Simon Long will deliver a sunday school address in the Dunkard Church at Poplar Grove at 3 30 p. M., june 2nd lightning Rod agents were very thick Here last week. They failed to meet with the approval of the feminine part of the household seventeen localities were heard from last week through the columns of the Republican and express and it can be rightly called a newspaper. Childrens Day will be celebrated at the it. Carmel Church on sunday evening june 2nd., 1889. We will probably give the program in our next communication. Pump which the a Golden rules was recently repeated in one of our Public schools a do unto others of they do unto at present there beams to be More truth than poetry in that interpretation. There is a Man travelling through these arts folding a a one horse show at schoolhouses where he can get in and if he can to get in he Breaks la he is known by the appellation of a m. C. Brasch. Should this article meet the observation of people in places where he has not been we would advise them to give him the Bounce. Many citizens. Dennis Jones. Grad Fields female regulator should be used by the Young and budding woman she who suffers from any disorder Peculiar to her sex and at the change of life it benefits All who use it write the Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta a. Sold by All druggists May pc. Over Holt received two car loads of Mccormick binders and mowers this week and will soon receive three More car loads. A Geo. R. Brown is having a Batler wind and a 50 bbl. Tank erected from water is forced into Bis dwelling and Ashery. A Rev. R Payne the new disciple minister and Rev. Haver orse. The new a e minister preached their first sermons last sunday morning. Of. Dalrymple has exchanged his Safe for a new Large burglar proof Safe manufactured by the Cary Safe co., n. Y. It is one of the Best made. Al. W. Wilder came to Hicksville Friday with a Fine stepper which he recently purchased in Michigan. He a1 ways has Fine Stock especially horses and cattle. A Nelson Hall is keeping abreast of the times in the Way of making improvements and has already added greatly to the appearance of his Home on w. High Street a As usual the cemetery will be in excellent condition for decoration Day. The superintendent or. C. A Weaver deserves great credit for the Way he cares for the grounds a if every thing is favourable from this on this will be an unusually Good year for Farmers. Wheat in doing Well Oats were injured somewhat by weather but May develop All right yet under favourable conditions. The prospects for Good Hay Corn potato and fruit crops were never better than now. A memorial Day will be observed at six Corners on the both of May at 3 30 of clock p. All Are invited to be present and participate with us in paying a tribute of respect to those who returned and to those that came not Back but were left on Southern Sotl those that have Flowers will please briny them. Committee. Of our hucksters made fun of him by imitating his manner of walking. We suppose this is a common occurrence that is we Sun pose there Are persons who ridicule the misfortunes of others and right Here to will say that such a person is As far below a brute As a brute is below an Angel and almost any one can readily see that the Dis Tance hinted at is very great. There Are no words in the English or any other language Strong enough to express our feeling of contempt for such a satan soaked individual a the front room in the merchants hotel recently vacated by Frank Wilhelm tailor has been converted into a Sample room. It is nicely decorated furnished and lighted Sod travelling men say it is by far the finest and Best Sample room they have Ever seen. Thoro is also another Large Sample room in the hotel. While it is not As Nice or perhaps so desirable As Tho front room it is far ahead of the Ordinary Sample room. Thus it can be seen that the accommodations for salesmen Are the very Best. Having two rooms does away with getting samples mixed and the confusion that must invariably follow. The genial accommodating landlord or. Shaefer is the right Man and judging by the Large patronage he receives the merchants hotel is the right place. A the phonograph or Quot talking machine As it is usually called is attracting a great Many people to Tho office of c. E. Everett on second floor of Bank building Corner of main and High streets who Are curious to see the wonderful machine talk to it and hear their talk reproduced. Or. Everett is the general agent for the Union Central life insurance Ca and his time is very valuable. But in spite of this his generous accommodating nature asserts itself and each and every one of his callers has a hat is factory turn at the machine and goes away with his head full of ideas which he expresses in a manner Peculiar to ids personality. A number of years ago Thomas a. Edison the great inventor was engaged upon a machine intended to repeat Morse characters and accidentally discovered that a cute speech coaids be registered and repeated or reproduced by mechanical Means. Ten years have passed and we have before us the perfected phonograph the most wonderful invention of the age. Those of our readers who have kept informed about matters of science will remember All about Tho difficulties Edison has overcome and will have a tolerably Correct idea of the Workings of the phonograph. It is run by electricity and the sounds Are recorded on Wax cylinders. One can sing play. Whistle or talk a to it Quot and the hounds can be repeated with the utmost precision there is nothing deceptive about it and it has Many Good qualities. Or. Everett says it goes hard with it to swear it can but it done like to do it he uses it in his office work and has already found it to la invaluable. He dictates his letter to it can dictate them As fast As he can talk of necessary and one of his lady clerks runs them off on a Type writer reproducing fast or slow according to her ability to operate the writer. Persons having a Large correspondence can talk their letters into the phonograph in a very Short time and leave them to he listened to and copied by an assistant without the delay involved in stenography or the trouble of going Over and correcting the copyists work. The work that formerly occupied eighteen or Twenty hours is now neatly and accurately dispatched in or. Everett a office in an hour or two. You say a said Gen. Eldridge sternly a give to rather the harder Bloom that will not shrink from the chill and gloom of existence. The is not worthy to Ever Bear the a okie name of Eldridge or of Lucie Why judge her so harshly i j to mein Bur Slio in but u child und take into consideration the fact that she has had every wish from childhood up just then the heavy curtains that veiled a tiny recess at their backs parted and a Young lady dressed in fairy like lace stood before them. Before either gentleman had recovered from Ilia Surprise she said a i have been for the past ten minutes a batterer to a conversation not intended Lor my ears. I grew faint and sought this quiet spot just before you entered. To remain was very dishonourable but escape seemed impossible. A Ray undertook to apologize she stopped him by saying a Onota word what you say is Only too True. My life is indeed one of indolence Aud ease suffering and want Are to to things unknown. But henceforth i will put self aside und devote my time to the interest of others. Owing to the delicate manner in which i have been reared i cannot do much but i have the Power of voice Aud if that can be of any service to my country a twill be freely Given. Think not too harshly of a nature that cannot on account of its very womanhood ims sess your own Stalwart strength and nerves Ofa Jen. Eldridge the merciful command Given to erring humanity by deity himself a a judge a before either gentleman could reply she Bud with the proud dignity of u Queen swept from the room. Ray alone saw Tho tears drop from her Lovely eyes. A Uncle wily judge so cruelly of the deeper Depths of a woman a heart by her actions before a criticising world Bee Zolonde Montgomery has a Groat Deal nobler character than that with which you have Given her credit a year later we witness a scene in a Hospital in the South. A great Battle has been fought which proved disastrous to both the wards a Aldea on a Couch in one of j0&Quot?# Man apparently dead. Or he could be roused to consciousness for five minutes he would live a the doctor is saying. Every thing is being done powder absolutely pure this powder never varies. A Marvel of purity strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the Ordinary kind and cannot be sold in Competition with the multitude of Low test Short weight Alum or pos tool Yin cans. Royal baking powder oo., 106 Wall St. . Not no is being done to Iii Elrate his lethargy Lait All to no effect. Presently mrs. Gov. Ashton and a Young lady enter. As they recognize the cold mar blk brow Jam that of colonel Hamilton Tho Young lady started and began to tremble like a Leaf. Then turning to or. Moore she said a leave him to me perhaps i can awaken she stood for a moment As of silently asking Aid from heaven. Then throwing Back her Small Dainty Bead her Little form expanded to its utmost height her dark eyes shining As if with renewed strength she rained her wonderful voice and in the most Sublime and pathetic manner Sang Quot Home Sweet Home. The Young Man opened his eyes and staring at the silent listeners murmured sweetly a that sweetest word in the English language a a Mother. A a the will live a said the dr., a and to Yon miss Montgomery colonel Hamilton owes huh a thank god a was All Zolonde said. Foe Days Ray Hamilton hovered Between life and death but was brought Back to life As it seemed by Zolondek a constant care. 7 Bree years later there is another reception in Washington. The North and month Are again United and their people mingle together in the merry dance without one bitter feeling. Again Bay Hamilton and Guy Eldridge Are standing apart from Tho rest of the crowd. Ray was the first to speak. A Uncle Guy do you remember the conversation which took place four years ago a j a yes Ray i was just thinking of that Well what do you think of Zolonde Montgomery now ? in your opinion of her the Marne us it was in 02 a a Ebay it is useless to ask Bush a question. I thought then she wan the most Beautiful Ady i had Ever seen i know now that her Lovely face is but a reflection of her Noble soul Ray it was not you alone that gamed a Victory for your country a cause at the Battle of my a a Zolonde Montgomery deserves equal credit. What would have been the result had she not nursed you Back to life ? for who but Ray Hamilton could have won the Battle on that last fateful Day i consider her the most heroic lady the rebellion has produced and intend As soon As the Opportunity presents itself to ask her to be my i f?8le i am sorry to cause Yon pain but that can never be. She Haw already promised to be mine and this reception wan Given for the express purpose of announcing our f or a few minutes Guy Eldridge stood with a dark frown upon hts face. Then his better nature took Possession and raising his head proudly he said. A she has made a Wise Choice. You have the better right to her. But she has taught me a wonderful lesson and that is to a judge not a Union. Win built a Nice Fence Between Spencerville Street. W. Coburn and Levi Henry have their lot of

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