Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
28 Nov 1890

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28 Nov 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - November 28, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance county Republican express. I % vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday november 28, 1890. No. 50. Special 7 notice. Remember if you want dryads blankets aft boots or shoes you can save dollars going to the closing out Sale of thie Winter Stock at the old stand of f. Swalley amp co., now the Defiance dry goods co. Chas. E. Bronson s real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306-for Sale 60 acre farm in Section 30, f 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate a Glaize township Paulding county so 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 ditches on two sides. Price lion. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at A o. 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 terms 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 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per. Acre with half Cash a reduction of to per i a Ima t a a m n cell spurt i n i. Mama v. N. _ a a i _ Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price $3,. 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 16, 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�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 25, Delaware township on it. Wayne Road. Price $22 per acre. Must sold at once. 406�?for Sale House and lot for $550. On easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?for 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 in East Defiance. Call at once. 412�?for Sale House and lot 6 rooms Well 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between so and 4th streets on Clin on. A Good paying investment. Price Only 5,000. To North Defiance. Price $250. 419�?for Sale lot 15. Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stab and Wood shed. To Carriage at the office at All hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson. Defiance o. Luto Isriel i i am daily making Loans on improved real estate in Northwestern Ohio at six per cent interest these Loans Are made on 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 cures deaf Ness noises in the head Catarrh bronchitis Throat and lung Dis eases diseases of the Eye and ear All chronic private and nervous diseases. Deformations club feet Knock knee curvatures Etc., granulated eyelids sore eyes crooked eyes discharging ears Chron a in cough Gaiter big a neck fever sores All forms of sores and ulcers Bright disease diabetes a dropsy All diseases of the kidneys and bladder heart stomach and nervous diseases Chorea St. Vitus dance Erysipelas general debility scr Fula skin diseases and All blood diseases. No. 152 West Western ave., Muskegon Mich. Falling sickness or fits positively cured our new method treatment. Or. Booth has made a specially of All forms of rectal diseases. Piles internal or external itching or bleeding rec Tural ulcers fistula or fissures causing nervous and lung diseases Are All cured if treated before it is too late. I treat and cure All forms of piles without pain and without the use of knife caustic or ligature. Come and learn our method of treatment. We never Filiti. Or. Booth has made these diseases a study for Over Twenty years. Tutors cancers warts and moles removed and cured our new and never failing treatment. No Fain. Catarrh positively cured. We have an invaluable apparatus which we furnish in Long standing and chronic cases. A a or �90th is one of those a no cure no pay doctors the usual old Way of sneaking but will treat his cases on a contract not to receive pay until cured. Speak the firm of b., s. Amp co. Are responsible incorporated and chartered the state with capital Stock of $-o.oo�. Hence you take no chances in treating with them. They Are the oldest and most reliable medical firm in this country. Omesi Ana most or. Booth has a specific for rheumatism and neuralgia that never fails to cure. Take notice.�?$i, Reward for every failure to Chw dyspepsia sick headache. Piles. Fits tape worm stricture fever sore or Catarrh if course of treatment is followed. Cd Quot Nch rne3�?T rits to Young Anc old and Middle aged men. There Are Many from the age of a to 6o who Are troubled with frequent evacuations of the bladder often accompanied a sight Turnag or smarting sensation weakening the system in a manner the patient cannot account for on examination of the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will found and sometimes Small particles of albumen will appear or the color will a thin or Milkfish Hue again d the eau a 0f t0rpl appearance there Are Many men who die of this difficulty ignorant Voung men who have become victims of Solitano vie that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of Young men of exalted Talent and Brilliant intellect May Call with Confidence. I Maui private Poison venereal taint Gleet. Stricture seminal Fri Scianno t of sexual Power weakness of sexual organs want of desire in a amp or fes emissions loss 1 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 consultation free. Drs. B., s. Amp co., Muskegon Mien Hicksville Swilley House Friday dec. 12th Friday Jan. Mtg Antwerp Exchange hotel saturday dec. 13th saturday Jinn. 17th. Paulding Thompson Etoile tuesday dec. 16th tuesday Jan 20th. Cecil cd Asb rough House wednesday dec. 17th, wednesday Jan. 21st a Moleoh Miller House thursday dec. 18th thursday Jan. 22d. Defiance Crosby House Friday and saturday dec. 19 and 20 Friday and saturday Jan. 23 and 24. Why Royal baking powder is the Best. A the Royal baking powder is absolutely pure for i have so found it in Many tests mad both for that company and the United states government. I will go still further and state that because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure Cream of tartar and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same and the method of its preparation the Royal baking powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the Public. A Henry , pm. late United states government chemist. College notes. Grace Hill is visiting in Virginia will probably Back some time this week. Miss Etta Ferris made the College a Short visit Friday afternoon of last week. The geography class has been studying Africa and becoming interested in Stanley. Miss Hattie Snyder sister of miss c. M. Snyder recently favored us with a visit. Miss Sarah sister was in town last week taking painting lessons of mrs. French. Miss Yeagley of the shorthand department will probably accept a position in one of the Bryan Law offices. Miss Margrat has been heard from. She is in upper Sandusky visiting a sister and will probably remain there during the Winter. Or. Thieroff surprised his old friends at the College unexpectedly making his appearance among them Friday of last week on his Way Home from Chicago. Several of the students made preparations to see the great meteoric Shower but the night was too Cloudy to get a glimpse of the sidereal spectacular performance. Miss Alice Watson has re entered school. She will attend the College during the Winter. She entered the Normal department intending to finish and graduate from that course. Teachers examination at the College saturday of last week. There were Only a few applicants. Some took dinner at the College dining Hall. Mise l. Dunbar miss Etta Ferris and miss Karr were in the class. Miss s. V. Prueser and miss Hall looked in on the College recently. Their Winter schools begin soon. Miss Hall has already finished a fall term and is having a two weeks vacation. The literary society has been reorganized on a new plan. Membership fees fines for absence and for nonperformance of duty Are some of the present features. They meet on thursday evenings. Or. And mrs. E. R. Stone of Edgerton were in the City Friday and saturday of last week visiting old friends and schoolmates. They called at the College and found a few familiar faces still there. Mrs. Stone will remembered As miss Phelps. Or. Stone began his Winter school near Edgerton monday morning of last week. 8 inn to Ide of Paul Ding. Noble crossing. John s. Grogg finished sowing wheat Friday. G. F. Lang and wife spent sunday with h. Mosser. Peter Engle is going to erect a new Structure soon. H. Mosser did some painting last week for George Bottey. G. F. Lang intends erecting a new Structure in a Short time. Farmers have commenced doing their blowing for Spring seeding. Rev. Flickinger has gone to Hicksville to hold a protracted meeting for a few week. N. D. Grogg returned from Kansas last week. He reports things flourishing in that state. Died mov. 19th, Wane Koons of heart disease and was buried in the Sherwood cemetery. Quite a number of people from this place attended the Public Sale of mrs. Bullards saturday of last week. Prayer meeting every thursday night at Oak Grove Church and preaching every sunday at to Oclock a. M. . Lang and her Mother mrs. Joel Mosser were the guests of mrs. F. M. Koons thursday of last week. Link crossing. Nice weather for wheat. The roads Are in bad condition. A valuable horse belonging to Henry link died last week. Alphonzo and Mike sulky Are cutting Wood for we. Link. William and Alonzo Sponsler Are cutting Hickory logs for we. Lintz there was a party at we. Palmers teat week. It was Given Helen Nitchy and Geo. Crane. Thursday evening of last week the Young people gathered together and went to that a Home of c. Sponsler for a Surprise. Children cry for fit Chews orator la. The Helen Bros Are still ditching on the Brown Job. Or. Renabel has raised the top of his House on the helium farm and put on a new roof. A or. Bulger has bought the Kush Maul farm West Sunnyside and has built a House and barn. John Mickus and Walter Domer of the West Ridge have been working on the Hoeffel farm the past two weeks. John Snider contractor of Toledo is talking of Selling his farm at Sunnyside or exchanging for other property we hear. Or. John Kintner has the nicest residence at West Sunnyside. He received $700 insurance on his dwelling that burned last Winter. Hunters from All parts Are slaying the Quail with a vengeance in this neighbourhood. Fifteen Hunters was seen sunday of last week at Sunnyside. The Sale at widow Buhlert a was a Success and most everything sold at a fair Price. Mrs. Bullert has rented her farm to John Upp and will move to the City of Defiance the coming Spring. Or. Spangler has made a commencement on a Large Clearing on his farm at Sunnyside. The prospects Are that he will looking for a partner soon and leave the a Home nest at Defiance. Or. And mrs. Windom Hellem have received the third serenade since they were married. The last one was kept up till two of clock in the morning and Cost the serenades $5.00 for damages the breaking of windows Etc. Three Corners Noble township John Grogg sold a lot of hogs last week. Frank Lang butchered a beef last week. D. Mosser was in Sherwood wednesday of last week. Bert Kennedy of Defiance was in this place tuesday of last week. The Timber men Are getting out Timber on the Switzer farm this fall. D. Mosier and wife spent a few Days in Farmer recently with his brother. Ring in Ille ringlets Kate Mcintosh is in Wauseon. Henry Wheeler had the Best com in Adams township. Literary at the Gharet school House Ever Friday evening. Or. And mrs. Henry Walcott Are visiting in Licking county. Miss Abbie Gleason of Adams Ridge is visiting Here this week. W. S. Fenstermacher was in Defiance last thursday on business. John Cove Steinis having his House sided Adam Rowe is the Workman. Mrs. Benj wheller smother of Lorian county is visiting Here at present. The Post master and his wife at Adams Ridge gave us a pleasant Call last saturday. John Emery mrs. H. Chapman and Nettie Willemen Are in Ann Arbor getting their eyes repaired. Tiffin township. Agricola. Lon Simmons has a Fine lot of tile on hand at his Yard. John c. Kuhn is erecting a cattle barn also a Large Hen House. We learn that Alex Hane will not move on his farm As intended. Lew Miller has contracted for two More jobs of ditching on the Weber ditch. Miss Sarah Prueser began her term of school in District no. 6 on last monday. O. M. Snellen of Decatur ind., was in this Vicinity last week canvassing for fruit Trees. C. L. Hane began a term of school in the barns District in Adams township last monday. Mrs. August Betram who has been ill the last several months with dropsy is reported no better. Uncle Sam has remembered the widow of the late Henry Linebrink with a pension of $1j600. Abram Fenstermaker and wife of Ridgeville attended the Sale held their son in Law Alex Hane. Henry Helmick and daughter Emma of new Haven ind., Are visiting h. Neaderhauser a family. Deepe amp Partee have moved their saw Mill from the Freese farm in Noble township to their old location. Frank Siler went to Mansfield last week. While there he purchased new Aultman Taylor threshing engine. The Farmers All Lance orator of Paulding county we o was billed to speak at the Hane school House on last tuesday night a fled to put in his appearance. Sij a Rox sittings. T. A. Boyd is teaching school in District no. 9. Jennie Hersh has gone to mount Vernon to teach. Charley my Hibbens teaching school in District no. 2. Hamilton Hersh is teaching the Hector school this Winter. Michael Doenges a 3 about 24 ewes to lease to some Good i Nan. Jane Mckibben and Ella Hersey visited Amanda Doenges wednesday last. Emma Emsberger kit for new Mexico. Last monday where she will work As a missionary. The concert at the my e. Church at Wisterman was Well attended last thursday evening. Edward Smith and wife of Ayers Ville were the guests of Reinhard Doenges sunday. The family Circle is incomplete without the Republican leprosy. Adams Ridge. Spoken Yee. Eph Markel supports a Gold watch. Eddie Schultz is attending school in Defiance. Nellie and Lillie Davis visited Iva Newell last sunday. There was a Public Sale at Abraham Higbey last thursday. Genie Parker will live with Charles Speeker at Brunersburg. There was a Surprise party at John Davison a thursday evening. We. 8chrimplen and family visited at John Davison last sunday. Fred Root of Defiance visited rela Tives in Adams township last week. Mrs. Florence Holgate and children of Defiance visited on the Ridge last week. Eph Markel Mart and we. Snyder took a few Days Hunt near Ney last week. The misses till in and Josie Wertheimer of Defiance Are the guests of mrs. L. Wertheimer of this place. Peter Dickman of Defiance was in Paulding on business the latter part of last m. E. Orcutt of Defiance was in Paulding Friday and saturday of last Democrat. Wee. Mcclintock once of a our town a now associate editor of the Defiance Republican express visited our City last week returning monday to look after the pilgrims of the Northwest we commend him in his Pili image to the hospitality of Bill Hill and Benle fever. He will not find Latch strings out but an open door democratic . Greens Hocking Sentinel. While mrs. Lottie Taylor with her six months old baby was driving monday near Sulphur Springs Crawford county the horse ran away and the occupants thrown out the child was instantly killed and the Mother seriously injured. Lottie Taylor is the wife of Rev. Ross Taylor the notorious Defiance preacher whose crooked actions have won him an unenviable upper Sandusky Republican. Clark Sintz of Springfield has invented a gasoline or Gas engine for use in canal boats and other Small Craft that will revolutionize the business. The engine is a very simple contrivance and uses but one gallon of gasoline per hour. Capt. William Sampse of Napoleon has placed one of these engines on the canal boat Freeport and it works like a Charm. The boat on her trial trip came from Napoleon Here in ten hours which is one third less time than is usually consumed. Anybody can run it and it will much cheaper than even mule Bee. Information reached this City during the Early part of the week just closing to the effect that Levy amp Dillsburg Cigar manufacturers of Ashland wis., had failed. The firm had been in business a great number of years first at Defiance Ohio whence they re moved to Ashland wis. This was about ten years ago. It is said that the City of Ashland gave the firm the ground on which their factory was located As a Bonus. The total output of the factory of Levy amp oio8burg was Between 400,000 and 600,000 cigars annually. Nevertheless they succeeded in failing for Between $70,000 and $100,000. It is said that they purchased quite largely in the Sumatra Market during the past sum Mer in anticipation of the going into operation of the Mckinley Bill. Their heaviest new York creditor is or. Fred Schulz. Several years ago they borrowed 810,000 of or. Schulz giving him a first mortgage on their factory for the amount. The factory or. Schulz said yesterday was estimated at the time to Worth Between $17,- 100 and $20,000. Besides the $10,000 secured mortgage Levy amp Ginsburg owe or. Schulz about $7,200. They Are indebted to Schroeder amp Bon in the sum of $5,600. No further details of the failure could United states tobacco journal. on hand Odence Neuber i St at our closing out Sale of toys games Etc. It will take but a few Days to dispose of them As we Are determined to sell them Aud make room for the largest Stock of fancy goods albums Etc., Ever brought to this City. Toys will sold at your own prices. J. L. Scott druggist. Florentine restaurant. Neatest place ii tile Cit. Keats 25 celts. Fresh oysters served in season. Lunch counter in connection filled with everything in season. Meals and lunch served to order at an hours finest Coffee urn in the City Call and you will Call Lewis building third Street near City Hall again. Chas d. Mullens. Prop r. Cording to specifications submitted 845.73 per Lineal foot draw Span $57 per foot r. E or Hart sub Structure first class $1l92 second class $8.50. John Schneider sub Structure first class us so second class #8.65. d. Wheaton a Ca superstructure 90 x 24, $-17.75 per Lineal foot 90 x 22, $4&52 90 x 22, swing Span $58. My Vernon Bridge co. 90 x 22, $43.90. Bracket Bridge co schedule a 90 x 24, $4& 55 schedule b., 90 x 24, $44.80 Chicago Bridge a Iron co. Plan a superstructure 90 x 22, two six feet walks #57 plan 90 x 22, two six feet walks $46.50 plan a 90 x 22, two four feet walks $44 plan d. 90 x 24, two six feet walks #47.50. Massilon Bridge Ca super Structure 90 x 24, two six feet walks $43l25 90 x 24, two six feet walks draw #55.25. Iron sub Structure Ca plan a swing 90 x 20. $1,450 swing 90 x 20, two walks $1,650 plan a swing 90 x 20 Over head $1,100 plane swing 90 x 20 two walks $1,180. Wrought Iron Bridge co., super Structure 90 x 24, two four feet walks $44. 90 x 28, two four feet walks #45 90 x 20, two six feet walks $43 90 x 24, two six feet walks $44.65 90 x 28, two six feet walks #46 75 swing Span according to specifications $57. King Iron Bridge co 90 x 20, swing Span two six feet walks $66 the company also submitted a number of bids for fixed Span ranging from #43 to $44.25 per Lineal foot. Smith Bridge co., swing Span 90 x 24, six feet walk #53 swing Span 90 x 22, six feet walks $52 fixed Span 90 x 22, four feet walks $38 with six feet walks $39 fixed Span 90 x 22, four feet walks 138 plan with six feet walks #40 plan cd 90 x 24 four feet walks #41 Stone work first class 12 cents per foot second class 8 cents. After the figures had been Given to the councilmen Council adjourned until Friday eve into give the Bridge committee time to examine the bids and make a report Council met pursuant to adjournment Friday even a when the Bridge committee reported that it had made a careful examination of the bids submitted i. The report was accepted and placed on file. A saner then offers i a Resolution awarding the contract to the Smith Bridge co., of Toledo its bid being 8 cents per foot for second cia�8 masonry work and the superstructure 90 x24 feet two s x feet walks for #42 per Lineal foot the Resolution also providing that the clerk Drw up a con tract to signed the Smith Bridge Ca and the clerk. Or. Saner in speaking of the old Bridge said that it would take $1,000 to Pat it in Safe condition. He thought any Man Woald concede that a Safe Bridge should Span the canal at that Point and for that reason he was in Fervour of a new one. Or. Southworth spoke against the Resolution. He said the present Bridge had been examined experts but that their report As to the safety of the Bridge had not been called for. The Bridge he said could put in Good condition for #350. Having the Best interests of the City at heart he Felt that although the present Bridge might an Eye sore the City could not afford to throw it away. He favored a Safe Bridge but thought the old Bridge could made Safe at a very Small cont Peter Zigler said that complaint had been made that the Bridge Wae unsafe and that it was closed up. It would Cost $650 to repair it and the City would still have an old Structure that would constantly calling for repairs. He thought it would Best to put up a new Bridge if the City had to borrow Money to build it with. At the conclusion of the discussion the Resolution was adopted or. Southworth being the Only one voting against in the Bond of City treasurer Lafayette cookie for $20,000 was accepted the names of j. H. Cookie Henry cover j. T. Cookie f. J. Clammer and w. T. Hui appearing As sureties. The new second Street Bridge will a fixed Span some seventy feet Long and will Cost about $4,500. Council then adjourned. The beat Tat. Newspaper gleanings. From our exchanges. C. I. Morse of the firm of Morse amp Rogers Defiance Ohio was in town thursday on news. C. J. Moore of Defiance was in town . L. Newton of de Fiance spent sunday in Paulding the guest of Republican. Mrs. Dan. Krotz and mrs. Paul Fla Ger of Defiance visited mrs. E. E. Decker last . Mary Behringer of Defiance visited Napoleon friends the past week. Dennis Donovan a pubescent lugs will the principal feature of the Ohio democratic congressional delegation. They May become a National commercial Gazette. Enterprising citizens of Defiance Are building an opera House with All the modern improvements in the Way of lighting ventilation and accessories and a seating capacity of 1,048. When finished it will one of the finest in the Democrat. Among the Large number of exchanges that comes to the reporter weekly the Republican express of Defiance is far the most newsy and shows the most Enterprise in every Way. It deserves the Success it is meeting Unity reporter. Martin Lewis of Defiance was in our City . Tippins of Defiance was shaking hands with friends in our City . O. Mansfield and l. W. Mansfield of Defiance were in our City wednesday and while Here gave us a Friendly Enterprise. Hon. W. D. Hill announces that he will locate a new town in Montana and will Start it next summer with an Ohio Colony of 200 people. He also declares that within five years his town will have 15,000 inhabitants. Sounds like a whopper but w. D. Is a Pusher and there is marvelous possibilities in the wonderfully productive state of Montana. May All his fondest dreams realized a Toledo Bee 9.00 50.00 5.00 10.00 co Ungil proc Beding s. Council met in regular session tuesday evening of last week Han Southworth Wilson Saterf and p. S. Zigler answering at Roll Call. The following claim ordinance was adopted m. Gorman clerk City pay Roll for 515.75 m. Gorman clerk Street commissioner pay Roll for october. 499,28 or. D. Cahill balance for land to connect Flickinger Road and ensa Mocsa Street. col. Sewer pipe co sewer pipe Dea trick Street sewer. 733.40 John Mcgushen to pay for cleaning Hose october 3.1.50 or. A Berchtold h. 0. Cash advanced for postage Stamps. 1.50 w. H. Hubbard part on Bill for Legal service. 40.00 h. Betson in full for damage claimed per attorney a a a j no. Ardner in full for care of Des Gran eos. Fred Bigg. For damage to Wagon fire team. Jacob Ehrman nursing p. Desgranges m Gorman sundry merchandise and Cash As per Bill. 89.42 g. M. Weisenberger. Curbing and Gutter Hopkins Street. 1229.90 r. W. Philips lumber. 57.43 h. Wilson plumbing and Gas fitting third Ward buildings. 212.23 Defiance Gas co. Gas at City Hall prison and Ward buildings aug and sept 72.70 Defiance electric Light co., Street lights aug sept and oct. 855.00 c. Tippin. Livery hire. 4.00 Republican express printing. 4.50 Christ Seyboldt nursing and care of Harper. 40.00 Jacob Miller injury to horse on Hopkins Street. 25.00 m. M. Steinberger sundry civil engineering sept. 15.62 same. October. 65.87 Jno. Dahoney Coal to City Hall prison and Ward buildings. 44.02 Democrat printing. 65.87 we. Carter. Legal services. 10.00 j. J. Kahlo a co., plow Points Etc two Bills. 6.00 r. Winkler work on walks in oct .43.75 j. I. Hoeffel harness repairs. 6.65 m. Gorman clerk to pay Bond no. To int and sex cemetery. 530.75 8ame to pay eng Bond no 2 int and sex 635. Same to pay City Hall Bond no. To int and sex. 1330.00 same to pay funding Bond no. 6, int and sex. 1307.58 it is not a particularly pleasant sensation that of being chafed. It results from the rubbing of the folds of the skin in the presence of the moisture and become exceedingly painful from the irritation and inflamed condition which Supervene you know then How to sympathise with your child of Yon have Ever suffered from the effects of chafing. The real truth of the matter is More Childre suffer from this ill than parents have any notion of. Many Domestic remedies like flour and starch aggravate the bad effects of chafing souring in the inflamed spots and folds or. Hands chafing powder is the Best remedy for this disagreeable condition it will cure the worst cases in one Day. Mixed with pure lard or Olive Oil or cold Cream ointment it makes a most of Lincious remedy for Burns sores and irritated flesh. For Sale j. L Scott la is a solid handsome cake of scouring soap which has no equal for All cleaning purposes excedrin the laundry to use it is to value it what will sap0li0 do Why it will Dean paint make Oil cloth Bright and give Ute floors tables and shelves a new appearance. It will it will cd id shelves a take the grease off the dishes and off the pots and pans. Ton can scour the knives and Forks with it and make the tin things she brightly. The Wash Basin the Bath tub even the Greasy Kitchen sink will As clean As a new pin if Yon use sap0u0. One cake will prove All we say. a Clever housekeeper and try it beware of donations thees is but ohs Sapolio Enoch morgans sons co., new York. Every Waterproof Collar m cuff that can relied on , its tot to spilt the Mark a foot loft bears this Mark. Trade Al Lloid Mark total.18562.59 the clerk was authorized to sign a new contract with the Telephone company. It was agreed on motion to order too loads of Stone for prison Yard Price not to exceed $1.00 per Load. The Street commissioner was ordered to disco Unnue All work owing to a Lack of funds. Adjourned until thursday nigh t. The Council met in adjourned session thursday evening All toe members being present but p. S. Zigler. On the recommendation of mayor Hay the appointment of Louis Spring As chief of the fire department was confirmed. The mayor reported $63.85 received for fines and licenses. The Street committee reported that the grading in East Defiance had been done in accordance with what had been Laid Down in the ordinance. The clerk then read the bids received for the construction of the proposed new Bridge across the canal on second Treel Tim following Are the bids Milwaukee Bridge a Iron works superstructure 90 x 24, two six feet walks #46 per Lineal foot Pittsburg Bridge a Iron Bridge a needs no laundering. Oan wiped Olean in a moment. The Only Linen lined Waterproof Collar in the Market. Mosey i Morsy i at 6 per cent. Interest in Tepel final estate senti i e _ Ito life x�tst7i3-a Itce i All Loans closed up on Short notice. No bed tape about it. Good notes discounted at reasonable rates. William e. Moll. A of Floe in Stone fronts Defiance Ohio with Harris Cameron

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