Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
7 Nov 1890

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7 Nov 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Defiance, Ohio A Defiance county Republican vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday november 7, 1890. No. 47. Chas. E. Bronson a real state Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306�?for Sale 60 acre farm in Section so f a Glaize township Paulding county 50 acres under cultivation Good Frame House and j 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 to Mark township near Mark centers acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price $1,100. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at A 0. Depot n Defiance 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 $1,500. 352�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Delaware township. If sold soon will take $800. 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 Terras in Defiance county. 160 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 82x60 feet 20 acres in wheat Price $60 per acre with half Cash a reduction of $10 per Are for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369�?for Sale a Good hotel property near A 0. Depot must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between so and 4th streets on Chin on. A Good paying investment Price Only 6,000. 370�?for Sale House and lot on in Oleate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price $3,000. 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 in Section i. Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. Price $3,600. 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 two open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price $7,200, Cash$2,400. Call at once. 399-Forsale, 40 acres in Section 25, Delaware township on it. Wayne Road. Price $22 per acre. Must be sold at once. 406�?for Sale House and lot for $550j on easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?far Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, township 25 acres cleared Fine ram and barn All new Price $2,500. Can secure 40 acres adjoining this 414�?$225.00 will Purchase a in East Defiance. Call at once. 412�?for Sale House and lot Cistern Wood House and Stab 417�?for Sale lot 85 in Holdau to North Defiance. Price $250. 419�?for Sale lot 15, Booth and _ addition to East Defiance Bouse with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. I Carriage at the office at All hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o. Imio isre i i am daily making Loans on improved real estate in Northwestern Ohio at six per cent interest these Loans Are made of either Long or Short time with privilege of paying Back in partial payments before due and stopping interest on the amount paid. No life insurance required. I also buy Good notes and make abstracts upon reasonable terms. H. G. Baker. Defiance. Ohio. No37 lawyer and loan agent. Drs. B., s. St co. Proprietors of the american medical and surgical Institute Royal baking powder has no equal. The United states official investigation of baking powders recently made under authority of Congress by the department of agriculture Washington d. C., furnishes the highest authoritative information As to which powder is the Best. The official report shows the Royal Superior to All others in Leavening Power a Cream of tartar powder of highest Quality. 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Come and learn our method of treatment. We never fail. Or. Booth has made these diseases a study for Over Twenty years. Tutors cancers warts and moles removed and cured by our new and never failing treatment. No pain. Catarrh positively cured. We have an invaluable apparatus which we furnish in Long standing and chronic cases. Or. Booth is not one of those a no cure no pay a doctors the usual old Way of speaking but a will treat his cases on a contract not to receive pay until cured. The firm of b., s. Amp co. Are responsible incorporated and chartered by the state with capital Stock of $, hence you take no chances in treating with them. They Are the oldest and most reliable medical firm in this country. Or. Booth has a specific for rheumatism and neuralgia that never fails to cure. Take notice.�?$1,000 Reward for every failure to cure dyspepsia sick headache pile fits tape worm stricture fever sore or Catarrh if course of treatment is followed. To Young and old and Middle aged men. There Are Many from the age of 30 to 60 who Are troubled with frequent evacuations of the bladder often accompanied by a slight burning or smarting sensation weakening the system in a manner the patient cannot account for. On examination of the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will be found and sometimes Small particles of albumen will appear or the color will be a thin or Milkfish Hue again changing to a dark or torpid appearance. There Are Many men who die of this difficulty ignorant of the cause. Young men who have become victims of solitary vice that dreadful and destructive habit a which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of Young men of exalted Talent and Brilliant intellect May Call with Confidence. Private Poison venereal taint Gleet stricture seminal emissions loss of sexual Power weakness of sexual organs want of desire in male or female. Jsse Quot i will give special attention to difficult cases and cases other physicians have failed to cure. Persons applying for treatment will please bring two to four ounces of urine for analysis. Address or a g amp Sqq \/uskeg0n a Chi consultation free. Remember dates. Crosby House oct. 24 and 25 nov. 21 and 22. Ell Bre a cup Klont 3af0uq Are quickly married Sapolio is one of the Best known City luxuries and each time a cake is used an hour is saved. On floors tables and painted work it acts like a Charm. For scouring1 pots pans and metals it has no equal. If your store keeper does not keep it you should insist upon his doing so As it always gives satisfaction and its immense Sale All Over the United states makes it an almost necessary article to any Well supplied store. Everything shines after its use and even the children Delight in using it in their attempts to help around the House. Every Waterproof Collar cuff be up to the Mark that can be relied on a plot to split not to Discolour bears this Mark. Trade Llu Loid Mark by eds no laundering. Can 3e wiped clean in a moment. He Only Linen lined Waterproof Collar in the Market. A the strength of the Royal is shown to be 23 per cent greater than any other. A a As a result of my investigations i find the Royal baking powder far Superior to the / others. It is pure contains none but wholesome ingredients and is of greatest strength. A of. X. Valade a Public analyst Dominion of Canada. Uncle John. As Ketch country chaining is. City ways. j. S. Guisinger yes Charles my Uncle John is dead and he has left me the old Homestead in new York state the farming appliances thereon and a Little Cash. Poor old Uncle John How Well i remember the last time i saw him. He was an old Bachelor my mothers half brother. You see my grand father had Only one child my Mother As the result of his first marriage. After the death of my grand Mother when my Mother was fifteen he married again and Uncle John is the sole survivor of that Union. We had very Little correspondence with him after father moved to Chicago about Twenty two years ago. Shortly after the death of father my Mother and i were greatly surprised to receive a letter from Uncle John up in stump Ville n. Y., saying a a he a like to see his sister Mary and his Nephew Tom and that he a had a Durn Good notion to take the cars and come out West and see us a he said a the was an old Man and mighty lonely and he Hadnot been fifty Miles from Home a Nee 1848.�?� he enclosed his photograph and when my Mother saw it she said a ooh he looks just like father a then i knew we had to have Uncle John. He was a handsome o d Man for a fact. Long White hair clean shaven face a r Gular Alvin Joslyn Only a foot taller. So Mother wrote him the nicest kind of a let or and asked him to come at once and said How pleased we would be to see him. He answered he would be Here in two weeks. Well after it was settled we began to feel a bit uneasy and Mother said i had better have waited and thought it Over. You see we did not know what kind of a Man Uncle John was or How he would like our noisy City. We bad heard Long ago that he was queer. He was a kind of country Squire at stamp Viilet managed things to suit himself and was used to having his own Way All the time. We formed an opinion after considerable thought and speculation As to what Uncle John would Likely pan out to be. We then agreed to take turns in escorting him to the various churches and Mother made a list of All the prayer meetings and other serv Ces of like character Likely to take place during his visit As we did not know what Church he belonged to. But Ive studied it up and was ready for Bim should he prove to be a seventh d y Baptist or a salvation army Soldier we thought a great Deal about the proposed visit and went to prepaying Foj Uncle Johns reception. Mother Hung three re g our pie urea in his room and stuck sunday school cards in his looking Glass Vav Quot received a postal from n m a few Days before he was expected saying he would arrive at about three of clock tuesday of a Noou. At three thirty he had not shown up or at four and Mother said the poor old gentleman had probably become confused by the noise and Bustle of the City and did not d ire to Start off alone. So i started oat to look him up. I was just turning the Corner of l be and Clark streets when i Ca Neu Poi a crowd gatherer around a flashy dressed Man who was lying on the pavement. A tall old up ii was bending Over him waving like a wind Mill throng the air an old fashioned coloured carpet sack. As the old Man turned i recon Zed Uncle John and making myself known asked the Ems of the trouble. A glad Tew see be he said a a list wait t in i see i n cum too that mister Man thare tried to spa cd the Bank shaking the carpet bag and i Jig live him one with the i took his Arm and hurriedly pulled him through the crowd fearing that his loud talking would alarm some policeman in the neighbouring saloons. I cot him switched into another Street and cooled him Down. He said that was the second round he had had with a a a he boys since leaving the Cam he bad mugged a Hackman at the depot for hollering Haymarket we finally got started for Home and i did a Good Deal of thinking on the Way. I told him that he must be very careful of mothers nerves. That she Wasny to very Strong and excitement was very injurious to her. He Patio i my Back and said i worry a a in a a Beetle Spry with the boys some times but Bessye Sweet Cream and Heney Wlsh the we reached Home safely and sat Down to supper. I was surprised to see How Well he acted after the incident of the afternoon. There he sat looking like an old patriarch his wrinkled face All smiles his Little Bine eyes As Blue As any i had Ever seen sparkling and he talked away about stamp vile and the old farm and about Bill and Liz Hie old negro servants i have heard since that he never addressed them other than his a Damn niggers Quot but let any one about stamp vile speak to or use them roughly and they had to fight Uncle John at the drop of the Bat after supper i proposed we go Down town and see the sights. He was a like a Flash he got his big hat and Large red handkerchief and we set out As we reached the Eden Musee we stopped at my suggestion. When we entered he snorted in disdain a Wax Aggers i Saint no Wax Agger nor i did no to come Down to Chicager Ter Ter gun Fer Wax Faggera say a aint thare Eny lady minstrels or English blondes shown a Here or is ther Durn town a graveyard a of to i was just beginning to get my eyes open. So out we went As we passed the olympic theatre he caught sight of the crowd going in end inquired what was going on receiving the answer he pulled me in. I was hoping we would be unable to obtain seats Down stairs but a couple of seats were just returned As we reach d the Box office and he took them right Down in front when the chorus marched in Uncle John said a a by Goehz so loud that the gallery gave him a round of applause and the Aud once had lots of fun with us. One dark eyed Amazon captured his Eye and he asked his neighbor if he thought she was padded so loud that he got a half dozen different answers from around us. When the curtain fell in the last act Uncle John sat silent for a fun i minute then looking up to me he said a Tom do you know Eny of them girlies a this was getting worse and i stand much More. I lost him going out bul soon located his voice above the noise of the crowd. Hurrying around i found him at the stage door that big hat moving about above the Heads of the crowd and i heard that White haired old gentleman Yelling a a a in a going behind the scenes. I Balut never bin and by gum in a Golno. So lemme go done to you take Holt of me mister Man i Wanter see the Leddy in the Pink a amp own l Inge Loose yer dood Quot i got him out some Way and in a gilded bar room his scheme of exploration was forgotten by the magnificence of the surroundings. A Chi a he shouted. Everybody turned to look at Bim a is ther Many shebang like this around town. One we z but this is fruit who whoop a he called for Medford rum. The bartender said they had none so he took Gin and whiskey adding a a in a going Ter find some reel Medford in this a Ere town Afore i goes Ter sleep to night by gosh Durn me if i let me simply say it was two of clock next morning before i pulled his boots off and put him to b d when i came Home Al four of clock next Day. I found Uncle John strutting up and Down the pry or and Mother watching him in a Daz id sort of War. A hello a he so outer when i saw me. A a in a Dan a and in a jest from out tiler Den. Gazi at Tbs Tommy an1 w Tod and i q Light eight of a Large Diamond in his shirt front or it put ugh sight of me it was Large enough. A a bunched a bunco Man out of thet a he said. A a How a thet Fer a Punkin fro n Down East with Moss All Over his Lack he of ther Ole mans lire and kicking y to yer bet a yes he was alive and kicking but i Felt As if i was dead. After supper he got his hat and asked if i wag ready a for what Maalii. A Ter see the Bine lights of course Sonny come Long a but i would not go my begged him to stay. He said he would just go Down f�?T6jf some to rpm and Copp fight Back. He name Back a later about one of clock when i opened the door he tottered in. Yelling. A the Ole in is Back Tommy and he a skinned ther Hull turned lot of pm and Bas his pocke�?~8 lined with ther Long Green. Of in a thriving by gosh of i Saint a i noticed he had a Good sized jag aboard and seated him at the table. He then Dove for his pockets and finally brought to i get a Roll of Greenb cos As Large As my wrist which he pieced upon the table and grinned amp to me saving a other she Are Tommy fat As butter in they Roll. Count her?1 i picked up the Roll and after examining it Laid it Down and asked Bim How much he had when he left for Down town. He said Twenty dollars i told Bim he was just eighteen out of pocket As the Roll was All counterfeit excepting one two Dol Lar Bill he jumped up making for the door. It took me an hour to quiet him end get him to bed. That night i Lay awake an hour or More trying to think of some plan by which i could get Uncle John Back to stamp vile without offending him. I could think of none. Upon returning Home next Day i found my Mother anxious concerning the safety of Uncle John. He bad left Early in the morning and had not returned. I myself was not so anxious that he should. I assured Mother that he could take care of himself even though he were old and a hayseed. He did not return that night and i confess i was beginning to feel a bit anxious myself As i left for the office. Glancing at the Herald that morning i noticed an item i at once knew referred to Uncle John which said that an elderly Man showing symptoms of insanity bad been arrested and taken to the detention Hospital last night the trouble started at Kohl and Middleton a dime Inq Selip on Clark Street where the old gentleman was determined to kiss the circassian lady and falling in the attempt had tried to turn the museum into the Street after an exciting encounter the Central pay Iol landed him at the Hospital. I hurried there and through the influence of a Friend succeeded in releasing him but he was badly scared after the vivid explanation i gave him of the horrors of the insane Asylum that he so b irony escaped. I seen that now was my time and when he said the a Edural to own was a no Good and he guessed head go Home i agreed with him fully. As he boarded the train he said a Good Bye Tommy my boy i had a ripping time till Thor town soured on me. If it Hadnot b n Fer that insane business to hey staid a Hull blamed month Gol Dern me of i take Keer of herself me boy a and the limited sped out of sight with my Uncle John. Arkansas. A trip to the West int greeting reminiscences snuff dipping a relic of Antez Bellynm Days cheap Market and cheap labor. Editor express a thinking that perhaps a few items of far off Arkansas might be of interest to the readers of the Republican express i Send you the following on the morning a september 23d, we mrs. Nathan Horn of Tiffin towns lip wife and i started for that much a bus and state via Chicago and St. Louis. While waiting for the train in Chicago we found our Friend w. P., also waiting to take the c. A a. Train for St Louis. W. Was As Happy As a big Sunflower. A yes sir Juke there has been five reclining chairs telegraphed for on the Chicago a Alton r. R. They will be reserved for bad boy you at Defiance to fool us that Way. How w. Did enjoy the Prospect of a ride on reclining chairs. When we entered the c. A a. Train Bro. Sanford was obliged to recline on a Valise and i had the pleasure of reclining Agal ast the door. We reached Rogers in Arkansas All right after All the reclining. Friends soon came to take us to their Home thirty Miles across the country. We at once began to note the peculiarities of the country. First we noticed that there were an immensity of apples. Thousands of bushels were to be seen on every Side. We ate several bushels at the first Orchard but was obliged to hurry along As the Wagon was getting somewhat in the Lead. As we passed along we saw what we supposed to be chestnuts but were to a that they were a Chi Kapins a something i i Herto unknown to us. Stopping for the night we were entertained by a veritable right Here i should like to describe a custom among some of the Arkansas people. Large chimneys Are in ail their houses. As we sat around the fire we noticed the lady of the House spitting in the fire with that precision that eau Only be acquired by constant practice. After watch no for some time we noticed a Box came from the pocket a stick which had been in the lady a Mouth was dipped into the Box and again replaced in her Mouth. In wonder we inquired what it meant and were told a she is chewing her snuff stick. A to ids Are very irregular Here mostly simply by ways. While making some inquiries about the roads we made the acquaintance of a or. Edward l. Hart who when he found we were from Ohio seemed delighted to see us. Bringing us a vary Fine Watermelon and some very Fine Sweet potatoes end gave us the following information a right there All through that Valley is where generals Curtis and 8 gel were encamped with 30.000 men just prior to the Battle of pea Ridge. There the federals took 44 dressed hogs Erat of that smoke House and to from a building that stood just Over the Fence. Bushwhacker were very numerous Here then. If you see any of the Ohio boys that were Bere with Curtis or Sigel near Ozark Springs Tell them that old e. L. Hart is still alive and would be glad to see or. Hart was a Strong Union Man and was in part compensated for his pork. We say thank you or. Hart for kindness shown us As we passed through the country we noticed that houses Are mostly built without the sign of a window. Immense Springs flow out of the Side of the Hills. Timber is mostly Blackjack with Home Birch Walnut Redbud and some of the different Oaks also Persimmon. Here we see the Cotton growing and we see some of the veritable Saraf Back 02s a though our friends declared they Mas hive in sick. Prices d Are somewhat from Ohio prices. Swet potatoes 25 crate per Bushel Ca tie 114 cent per Pound Salt $2.50 per barrel. Fifty cents per Day Tor labor. We also visited the rapping Spring in the Indian territory Wnm cd is surely one of n 1-ture8 wonders. The rocks descend perpendicular for it in so a Hundred few and water drips Frau the rocks in every direction. We also Awa few indians we were told that at any pub o gatherings there could be no u. S. Figs seen except on the Post off e building. In some of Tho dwellings the pictures of Jiff Davis or Robert e. L in can be seen where Lincoln a org Rel eld a Shou d hang. It a s estimated that Benton Coutv had taken in one and a Quarter millions of dollars this Yea. For a ppm a three Eva or tors Are at work that dry Between five or six Hundred bushels per d Yearb Benton county hag Soju Ana farms and a vast amount of write land. But ing too Rocky for cultivation. I have some where seen it stated that if All the rocks in America were collected there won d not be enough to build the chinese Wal. But i Ara willing to stake my reputation As a calculator that Benton county Bas enough such rocks to build ten such was is. A doctor informed me that Arkansas was a i and of plenty. That a Green Persimmon would Guage the stomach to fit its contents be it Eyer so Little. We c it me near being arrested by the Railto d company for eating a Carload of apples thereby cheating them out or the freight i compromised with them by buying Hirra bushels of Sweet potatoes at 25 cents per Bushel and allowing them to Check them to deft race for me As Lugg be Jacob Dickman. Master piece of modern Art Romance of a great picture. Frank Leslie s illustrated. Newspaper a reproduction of the Angelus and the Republican express 11 for one year for 1470. There is now on exhibition at the gallery of the a Merman Art association in the City of new York a painting of which the civilized world has been talking for months Ever since its Sale in the City of Paris last july for the princely sum of $110,000. It is a picture with a history and that history reads like a Romance. To Day the glorious painting has its place like an enthroned Monarch set off with Gold and Royal velvet Svast warmth and luxury while hundreds of admiring eyes daily do silent but fervent homage at its shrine. Thirty years ago when it first took form from Tho Gigantic brains of its creator How different were its surroundings on a Stormy Day in 1859, in a Little room dignified by the name of a a studio and which formed a part of a Small cottage Little better than a Hovel in the neglected French Village of Barizon a struggling artist struggling for bread and utterly unknown to Fame put the final touches with a masters hand upon a work which a at once a poem and a prayer upon Canvas. No luxurious hangings of velvet adorned the ugly Walls of that Little room no genial warmth pervaded that atmosphere no Halo of Brilliant Light shed its Radience upon that bit of Canvas and no admiring throng did homage before it. But the artist sitting there in the midst of poverty and privation if not in actual hunger gazed with eyes which had in them patience approval and something of Confidence. His very soul had gone into that picture. He looked Long upon his work and Felt that it was Good. That painting was the a Range lust the Painter Jean fan Lois Millett. The artist did not live to enjoy the full glory of his Triumph for he died in 1875�?but it is some satisfaction that the finishing of the a Range lust was the Harbinger of brighter Days though still Quito Distant and that Milletto a wonderful Genius received some substantial recognition during his life. But in his glorious works he still lives and in the a Range lust above All others. It would be interesting to Trace this now famous pain Ting acknowledged to be the masterpiece of the present Century from the easel of the artist to its present proud position i but we have Only space to say that the Stern necessity of bread for himself and family compelled the Painter to part with it for 1,800 francs about $300. Its next Sale was at 3,000 francs at which Price it changed owners several times. After one month it was sold to m. Yan Praet belgian minister for 5,000 francs and several years later passed into the collection of John m. Wilson for the sum of 38,000 francs. In 1881, six years after the death of the artist the Wilson collection was sold by auction in Paris and the a Range lust found itself Fanions. As the result of that Sale it went into the Colie action of m. Soc Retan at 160,000 francs. The whole Art world has known the painting since that time and the Story of its Sale with t e secretan collection last july is already quite familiar to the Public. Afer a Sharp contest which eventually took on an International character Between the two leading republics of the world the coveted treasure became the property of the american Art association 553,000 francs. Thus it is that americans now have an Opportunity to see Ani study this great painting. Only a few comparatively will be fable to be the c canvass As it came from the artists hand but every american Home mat own the a Angelus Quot Ani feast upon it daily. The manager of Frank Leslie a illustrated newspaper and Frank Les lies a illustrate Zeitung have made in the High St style of Freob Art a reproduction of the a Angelus Quot in the exact St be and identical Calora of Millet s great painting and so perfect a copy is it that if the painting were taken from its Frame where it hangs in the arc gallery and this wonderful copy substituted the cd rage would not be noticed by one half its via Tor there except upon close inspection. This Beautiful p a tur is exclusively for subscribers to Frank Lerlie s illustrated newspaper or i rank Leslie a illustrate Zeitung together with the Republican express for one be r and will be Given to them without extra charge with e cd t annual Szulec Ripton to either of in is Publ cations and Republic an express at the special s a Cristion Price $4 70 per be r. No sue 1 off r has Ever i Een or d in the h a Ory of journalism. The picture a one is richly Worth the Price of the subscription Gall at the Republican express office and see a copy of the picture. The Republican express and judges Library one year for 82.05. Every i Ody who will Send us $2.05 Tex years subscription to the Republican express will receive in a it did Ion to our Pap r. Tho famous humorous mag Zine Call that Little tickling. In your Throat which makes you cough once in a w lie and keeps Yon constantly Claring your thro to arises from Catarrh and As Catarrh is a constitutional disease the Ordinary cough medicines All fails to hit the spot. What you need a a constitutional remedy like hoods 8irsaparilla. Many people who have taken this Medicine for scr Fula dyspepsia loss of other troubles have been surprised that it should care this troublesome cough. But to know the actual cause of the cough is to solve the Mastery. Many cases of consumption Cai be traced Back to the neglect of some such blight affection by thib. Con sump Ion c n be controlled in its Early stages and the effect of hoods Sarsaparilla in purifying the blood building up the general health and expelling the so Romulous taint which is the cause of Catarrh and consumption has restored to perfect health Many persons on whom this dread disease seemed to have a firm hold. Nov. Children cry for pitchers Castoria. Inn mutant la it a a a Quot tin a sed a Tju flee Libory Quot for one year. This offers is made to both those renewing old subscriptions and to those becoming subscribers for the first time. No other paper in this county is Able to make subscribers the s offers the Republican exp Bass having secured the exclusive right to club with a a judge a Library for this Vicinity. A a Libr Rye is a monthly Marline of fun the subscription Price of which a Lone is $1 of. It contains <2 pages of humorous illustrations and Reading matter to All of which a a judge a famous artists and writers Are contributors and is neatly printed and bound in handsomely coloured covers. It j9 a condensation in fact of a a judge so brightest humor. Pulmonary consume it. My wife has been troubled with weak lungs and was pronounced to be in the last stages of pulmonary consumption. She commenced taking White wine of tar and received Relief at once and is now using the fourth bottle and her health is better than for Many years. We cheerfully recommend it to ail. Brookline station to Rev. J. R. Fly Susan e. Fly. For Sale by j. I Scott nov. A full line of artists materials. Flitters bronzes etc., a t 3 Bito Stobb. Williams Center whittun6s. Students off to colleges a donation party to spoke for Brigham. Mrs. Thoa Blair is on the sick hit mrs. Daniel Herald has returned from her Eastern visit. Or. Morton Hemphill is attending col lege at it. Wayne id. Orlo Lane and Sherman Little left monday to attend school at Fayette. Marve and Hugh Crary Are engaged in buying poultry for or. Winegardner of Bryan. There was a donation party at Rev Hemphill a last Friday afternoon. A Good time was reported. Or. Fred Jacques who has been visiting his brother Henry and comrades of co. A 38th o. V. A has returned to his Home in Brown county Kansas. Hon. Mortimer Whitehead one of new jerseys successful Farmers delivered a Fine discourse at this place saturday evening in the interest of col Brigham. Farmers lad. College notes. Examinations were held in ail Normal and scientific classes with very flattering results. Our first terms work is done a it is we think completely done. Transition from the first to the second has been made without a Jar. Mrs. Smith our new teacher of music is making friends daily. The musical department of the College is sure to be a Promise feature under her management. The pupils in the Short hand department Are doing Good work. Miss year by will soon have completed her course and will be ready for a Good position. The class in Short hand is increasing. Several new Studen s entered the department this week. There is increased interest in the study of the classics. The indications Are that there is a growing demand in Northwestern Ohio for classical education. Defiance College proposes to meet this demand. The classes in both latin and greek Are making rapid Progress. The literary society had a very spirited session on monday made More interesting by the fact that members of the faculty were present and participated in the performances. The society decided to hold its meetings hereafter on Friday evening instead of monday. This give some of our s dents who Are teaching the neighbouring county schools an Opportunity to attend the meetings and also will obviate the interference with studies and recitations which was noticeable heretofore. A number of our gone out to assume the responsible duties of teacher in the various schools of the country. We were sorry to see them go and yet glad to note the Manifest in their words and countenance As they bade us Good Eye. Tit isl the special Pride of this institution that it gives students All and even More than they expect. There has been quite an influx of new students to take the place of those who left and we have reason to expect that there will be Many More in a few Days. Sunnyside of Paulding county. Death of in. Tom Pool Woll known couple married school Bloood. Or. Moon is following the Butcher Trade it present. Or. Arnold of the Johnston farm is talking of moving to Defiance. The banners axe All Busy hauling Wood and Timber to town since the seeding is done. Walter Domex from Tbs West Ridge is assisting the Hoeffel boys in getting up their Winter Wood. Mias Emma Dotterer of Junction has just closed her term of school at this place Aud commenced her Winter school monday morning South of Junction. We have been Hunting Tor the Sunnyside the past two or three Days. A the cold dreary winds of november will soon begin to whistle around the Corners. Or. W Heinie and miss Myrty Kane Bai of West Sunnyside were married lest week at the residence of the Bride. The boy gave them a double serenade the following evening in which All sorts of melodies were floating on the Midnight air. Mrs. David Thompson died of consumption on Friday last leaving to children and husband. The funeral services were held at the Home of or. Thompson and the remains were inter de at Bethel Church Yard near her first husband William ice and deceased children. She had Many Friend that will miss Ber kindly Welcome. Twenty three years in the drug by. Inese. I have been a druggist Twenty three years and have sold All the Patent medicines which Are known in this country and can truthfully say thai i have never known a remedy for blood diseases of More value than s. 8. S. Swifts specific. Or. A., a customer was troubled with an eruption of the skin on the Back of his hands and had in vain sought Relief of the Best local medical Talent also of some of the most noted specialists in new York and As a resort spent some months in Paris France under treatment of the physicians there and had secured Only temporary Relief. After All this treatment he was finally cured sound and Well by swifts specific. Another customer or. B., had suffered for Many years with blood Poison and thought he had been cured by mercurial treatment but the disease returned accompanied by rheumatism of a bad Type. A dozen Small bottles of s. S. S. Made a perfect and lasting cure. W. H. Des away old fort n. Treatise on blood and skin disease mailed free. Swift specific co., Atlanta. A. The dietary of an invalid differs mater by rom that of a person in robust health. He needs Light nutrition food and it is essential that besides being nutritious it shall be easy of digestion. A Ellray a food is very nourishing and is assimilate i is soon a taken into Tbs stomach. The Peen far enervating affect of s weather is driven off by Hood s Sara which Quot makes the Wear Strong a in 11,11 i Peterson a Magazine 1891 50th year of publication the lad est monthlies enlarged and greatly improved Makino it More desirable than Ever and keeping it in the Lead of the ladies magazines. A Strong and clean. Some of the beat known american Widm my of than Edgar Fawcett Frank Lee Biz suters 1 a a Hooper Rebecca Harding Davis. U Island Alice Bowman and Minna Irving. Pectol. 5?.tciplc1 and biographical sketches with nut Erroa and dons printed on Fine paper will be Given monthly. Eppro Riat More an i ?m,v0,,wmtme.t�?T we a it a Bine Beauty and Utility the of co Taine ars Given with fall description Ako a monthly r hi0� Quot a tar or a Edlo work embroidery knitting pm Miar a with in Sci Seth of the Rick by a. Hint Quot for look lbs. I ate resting articles of venom topic a a a a a terms $2.00 per year a with Large redaction to Cluba and handsome premiums for getting them up a Sample copy with fall particulars will be sent for 5 Centi. I ajar Peterson a Magazine i 306 Chestnut St Philadelphia pm a a i i i ii i i a. Peterson a Magazine and the Republican express one year for $2 subscribe at once. I in it i Houy i at 6 per cent. Interest in Umi 3sto life if the All Loans closed up on Short notice. K red tafe about it. Good notes discounted at reasonable rates. William e. Moll. Office in Stone fronts Defiance Ohio i Harris by Cameron

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