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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - October 4, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance gun until Republican vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday october 4, 1889. No. 42. My our Stock is now full to the top. I new dry goods new dress goods new carpets and lace curtains new cloaks and new jackets. Thousands of pairs of ladies gents and children a boots shoes and rubbers. We intend this season to give you some wonderful bargains. Watch our advertisements closely and always make it a Point to pay us a visit before you do your buying a we will save you Money. We now have the largest double store in Defiance county filled with the Best the Market can produce. Inspection solicited. Headquarters Tor bargains. Chas. E. Bronson a real estate Exchange How Tho commis loner advertise for bids and How they Don t give them to the lowest bidder. Campbell on Wool and tobacco. God move in a mysterious Way his wonders to perform. do the commissioners of Defiance county. Some time ago they advertised for bids for Coal. Among those who put in a bid was Chis. E. Squires of this City. Or. Squires is a reliable business Man of Defiance and could and Woald have Given Bond if required for the faithful performance of his contract when the bids were opened John Dohoney offered to put in Coal at $3.05 per ton and or. Squires under bid him 25 cents his bid being $2. per ton for sunday Creek Coal the Best goal mined in Ohio. Or. Dohoney being a Democrat got the contract for furnishing the Coal. If the bid of or. Squires the Republican had been accepted it would have saved the tax payers just 25 cents per ton but the taxpayers do not seem to be even a consideration with some of the members of the Board. Or. Squires protested against Tho action of the Board and or. Miller told him to keep quiet and they Woald give him Chance to put in a few car loads during the season. That do the democrats think of that kind of work done to you think it is about time to infuse some new blood into that Board in the first place it refused to save the people 25 cents per ton by accepting or. Squires bid and then one of the members attempts to silence him by giving him a Chance to put in some Coal presumably at his own Price but or. Squire is not that kind of a Man. Or Dohoney no doubt will put in Good Coal but Why should the people be made to pay him 25 cents per ton More than they would have to pay or. Squires for just As Good of not better Coal if the Board of commissioners will publish a card showing Why they should be sustained in doing that kind of work it will shed a great Deal of Light upon the subject that is greatly perplexing the people regardless of party. Our commissioners Are said to be pleasant gentlemen personally. I am not going to gainsay that remark but it is rum Ord that when the Board has a contract to let it takes a careful look Over the Field settles on the Man that shall get the work pub Lichen a notice for bids and then two Days after the publication lets the old before Man on the outside has time to figure on the Job. It is this alleged Way of rail Road ing jobs into the hands of favourites that is calling out protests from democrats. Its self by denying what every intelligent Democrat in the country knows to to True. Now or. Campbell nays tobacco is a a noxious to tells the Man who is working on the streets the Man who is working in the shops the men who find a great Deal of Comfort in their pipe while toiling in rain and Sunshine that tobacco is a a unnecessary the Labouring Many a pipe May be a great Solace to him but the demo ratio candidate for governor says it is a unnecessary what do you think of it boys now the Democrat that sleepy and out of tune old Organ says that or. Campbell in hts rata via speech declared himself opposed to the removal of tax upon tobacco. Let us take that up and see what the demo it rat has left unsaid. The democratic party to carry out its policy of free Trade must put tobacco on the free list. That would drive Tho Defiance county Farmers out of the business. Home years 50,000 or 10,000 or More pounds of tobacco Are raised in this county. That brings a Good Deal of Money to our Farmers. It brings a Good Deal of Trade to our merchants. Sunnyside of Paulding county. A Corn was nearly All Cut in this Vicinity i before the Frost. A atty. Johnston lost a valuable Colt Ai week ago tuesday. A Mish Mary Powers of a proves Corners was the guest of miss Nellie Towle one Day last week. 1 a or. Frederic will move in about two i weeks to the farm near powells Creek that he has rented. Or. Elmer Moon from Williams county. Has rented the Chenevert farm and putting i in a crop of wheat 1 Lefcik and wednesday now what tax is it that or. Campbell and the Democrat Ore opposed to removing it is the internal Revenue tax. The Democrat says a if taxes Are to be removed let the reduction be non the necessaries of life not upon the certainly that is just what the Republican party wants. Rut the free Trade policy of the democratic party would allow the tobacco Barons of the West India islands to come in Here and destroy the Trade of the Farmers. Yes to come in Here and make it impossible for the Farmers to raise a Pound of tobacco for the markets. Admit tobacco free of duty and thus break Down an american Industry and tax every pipe full of tobacco used by american working men because it in an a unnecessary luxury. A that is the democratic plan. A Tho new school House is comp the Board of education meets w of this week to accept it a Uncle Timothy Plummer and wife of Morenci mich., made us a very pleasant visit Here u week ago Munday. A Joseph a Ousec is having a wind pump put up on his Sunnyside farm. That is Enterprise indeed. Who comes next a mrs. J. W. Towle started tuesday of last week to make a visit to her old Home near Terre haute id. She will remain about two weeks. Nearly nil of Sunnyside attended the reunion at defiant i Uncle Billy Gibson was in his natural element and the entertainment was the Hest we have listened to for Many years. The songs of the Oleo i a from Columbus prove were highly appreciated by All and made us feel Twenty years miss Adams of Ayersville quite out did herself in her evening recitations. Look to your heart. Mrs. Charles Greenwood of Indianapolis had what the doctors colled asthma but she got Little Relief until she took or. Miles new cure which soon made Lier Long winded stopped the pull in Chest swelling of Ankles cough palpitation Etc. Hold at n. O. Woodward a. Washington township. Bio Stock ok1 w All. A. Paper for the fall Trade at Colby amp Scott a drug Book and Wall paper store. South Tiffin. A there is a great Deal of wheat to sow yet. A a. J. Carpenter has his new House Well under Way of completion a Charles and Henry Hana spent last Hun i Day in Tho Vicinity of Sherwood. A Samuel Peterson and family of Evans i smrt were guests of Dan a razors Munday edited by s. O. My cold Ridgeville Neus Ohio. Cob got rid of our night. A Ervin Hartshorn Ney sunday. A children a Day was celebrated a Bun. Munday evening last Saloon by fire Munday and wife visited at i snaky Las. A mrs. Cd Kinzer is afflicted with Ery Sipe or. Mutton in attendance. Defiance Ohio. 306 for Sale 60 acre farm in Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county 60 acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,600. 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7, Noble town sold Defiance county Good buildings. Price $1,700. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 6 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price $1,Loo. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at b. A Depot in Defiance desirably located. Price $760. 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 $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 secure a Koo j Jot to t i j on it 368�?for Sale one of the Best terms in Defiance county Loo 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 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 Clin on. A Good paying investment. Price Only 6,000. 370�?for Sale House Aud lot on Holgate 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 la Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good i building All tiled and in Good shape. Price $3,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. By co., barn. A for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry olgate96 acres cleared Frame 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 be sold at once. 406�?for Sale House and lot for $550. On easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?fer Sale 40 acres in see. 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 it is too bad that such things should occur but we see in it a Promise that the democrats will awake to the fact by and by that such practices have attached to them much that is solemn. If the commissioners do such things ignorantly,.if the people could be brought to believe that they do a formidable petition would with out question be sent on High that the Scales be stricken from their eyes. It is said again that very Many of the contracts let by the commissioners were not Legal because they failed to follow out All the requirements of the Law. They May have been and May now be ignorant of that fact but of they Are it is no excuse. The Law is their go de and if they fail to follow it through their inability to understand it or through their perversity they should be asked to retire. In East Defiance. P Call at once. 412�?for Sale. House and lot 6 rooms Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1500.mjor flame lot or in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $260. 419-for Sale lot 16, Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. A Carriage at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance Important to our readers. A $4 paper 800 pages 1500 illustrations 3000 columns almost Given away. I nothing ii this age of cheap literature or in any Ether Ige has equalled the following extraordinary offer to every person who within 60 Days from the Date of this paper will subscribe for surn and pay in Advance the yearly subscription Price and in additional we Shah Send for one year a copy weekly of our paper and also for one year a copy weekly of the celebrated illustrated humorous paper sittings. The subscription Price of sittings is #4 a year. It is a 16-Page paper profusely illustrated by the leading artists and caricaturists of the Day. In the matter of Anginal humor it is acknowledged to stand at the head of the illustrated press of the country and has been Well named a the witty wonder of the it is published in new York and has a National reputation. The merits of sittings Are so Well known that we do not deem it necessary to refer to them further. Both new subscribers and those who renew their subscriptions will have the privilege of this offer. Remember that Texas sittings is offered at this Price Only to those who subscribe within the next 60 Days. No such offer As this has Ever been made. We offer the two papers for less than the Price of Texas sittings. No one but our subscribers can get sittings for less than $4 a year. The regular Price of that paper is now and will continue to be $4 a year but the publishers being desirous of adding to their list of subscribers in this Section have made a special and extraordinary reduction to us for a limited period. The amount for both papers should be sent direct to us by p. O. Order postal note or otherwise and we shall order the publishers to mail sittings from new York to you for one year. Call or write to this office and you will get a Sample copy of sittings. I a Friend at my Elbow Calls to mind several improvements now being made that were let regardless of Law. Granting they were needed improvements one so minded could have caused the county considerable expense by compelling the commissioners to go Back and follow the Plain and Ruiten path Laid Down by the Law. If this is not True of every thing that has been said in this letter is not True a card from the commissioners denying the allegations will be Given a place for it is not the purpose to misrepresent any one but to give a statement of Plain hard facts. The Defiance Democrat said last week that when the Republican and express claimed that James e. Campbell declared for a free Wool and tobacco in his Batavia speech it lied. Now did it ? or. Campbell voted or the Mills Bill and it was the purpose of that Bill to put Wool on the free list. Or. Campbell did say in his speech a a see no particular Une that the a Republican party has for Wool except to pull it Over the eyes of a few people who raise Cheep. I Don t care what is in he demo or atle platform it is an endorsement of the jul us Bill or. Campbell stands upon that platform Aud of that is not a declaration for free Wool what is it again or. Campbell says regarding tobacco a a 7abucco is a noxious Weed the More you Chew and smoke the worse you Are off. It does not do any body any Good that i know of. It is wholly unnecessary luxury. Now let us look at this matter a Little. While the democrats were agitating the question of putting Wool on the free list the number of sheep in Defiance county ran Down to 8,000. It is not one of the great Wool growing counties but in a year after it was known that the democrats would not be Able to carry opt the obnoxious measure the number of sheep in this county had increased to about 4,00<>. Of Protection will do that much for the Industry in one year it be the height of Folly to put Wool on the free list a think the Farmers and working men will see at a glance what a fraud the alleged democratic gang that is backing Campbell really is. It is forced to the dreadful expediency of adopting any measure to beat Foraker. That Gallant Soldier that eminent statesman stands for Protection to american industries to american working men to american Farmers. The Best people of the state stand with him. Back of Campbell who is opposing him is the Blue bellied barrels of the oleaginous Boodler and the tally Sheet forgers it is not hard to decide with which party intelligent people will not. Looses bed Clover pile remedy is a positive specific for All forms of the Dis ease Blind bleeding itching ulcerated and protruding 50c. For Sale at Colby a Scott a. Nol7-Ly Sharon sittings. A Nellie Grant is on the sick list. A Emma Ernsberger is still quite sick. A mount Zion Munday school is still prospering. A mrs. Rev. Norviel has gone to Illinois to visit friends. Michael Ernsberger is quite ill with typhoid fever. A Frank Jones of Continental was in Defiance saturday. Or. James of Wisterman was in ahls Vicinity last week. James Grisier of Fayette Ohio was in this Vicinity thursday. A a. Daub of Defiance was at Sharon wednesday of last week. Or. , of Hartsburg has been buying Timber in this Vicinity. Barnard Klein Ienn of near Ayersville visited John Doenges last week. L w. Mansfield and wife visited or. And mrs. John Doenges last week. Lewis Hagy and wire of South Richland were the guests of j. B. Doenges and family sunday. A Conrad Doenges and wife attended quarterly meeting at Ayersville sunday of lust week. It. Watson of near Ayersville drove five head of fat cattle through this place wednesday. A Rev. Norviel preached his Farewell Sermon at Sharon sunday of last week. We Are sorry he done to Stuy with a Charley Fieldner has been running his saw Mill full blast for the last few weeks mrs. A. W. Lewis attended to the Post office at Ney during the reunion at Defiance a Ana Hager and wife of Defiance was guests of b. D. Lintz sunday returning Home monday. Horatio Bowers is on the sick list Andia at John la. Weber a. Or. Hartshorn is the att ending physician. A Large number of democrats from this township attended the democratic county convention last saturday. It Boron u Dauk hts a to George and Lizzie Goller september 19th. Or. And mra Richard Dirr can now be called grandpa and grandma. A the Dunkard will hold their love feast at the lick Creek Church near Bryan october 5th. They give a cordial invitation to one and All. A work on the new Church in the sooth West Corner of Washington township is progressing finely. The Church is now ready for plastering. U by feb Boky a is improving his farm by building a Wagon House hog pen and Corn crib combined. Henry Raiser and son Are doing the Lori enter work. T. Dean is kept Busy making molasses. He has enough Cane at his Mill at this writing to keep him Busy for the next three weeks and still they come with Cane. A Farmers Are still sowing wheat. It is a hard Job for the Farmers this fall to get Tho ground pulverized. There win to considerable less wheat planted in this Section than was anticipated a month ago last a it is rumoured that there will be a wedding in our neighbourhood soon. Let it come. A mrs. M. Houck has gone to Lima to be treated for cancer by a physician of that place. A Solomon Engle is quite 111 at this writing with an attack of inflammatory rheumatism. A those parties that committed a nuisance at the Salem Church had better go a Little slow. A a Nulter of persons from this Vicinity attended the Hicksville fair which they say was Good. A Rev. F. L. Snyder preached an interest Sermon eral weeks attending Camp meeting in jul. Ing Sermon sunday after being absent several weeks attending Camp meeting in Indiana a Ben f. Kingsbury of Defiance gave us a pleasant Call last sunday. Ben is a Hustler in his studies and is of the to meet with Success a some of the Good democrats of our country do not say a them a Eros my sentiment too a in reference to the renomination of Clem Mer for commissioner. A the reunion at Defiance was a pronounced Success though the weather was unfavourable. The Metropolis of this township secured the prize Banner. Hurrah for Evansport a Jacob Dickman has the largest Apiary in the county. He has sold several Hundred dollars Worth of Honey this season and has a considerable amount on hand yet. Or. D. Has a thorough knowledge of Dee culture. Obi cola. La he object of this column is to give the teachers and students of Defiance county a Chance to discuss subjects to train Long to the school room. To ask questions and propose measures for the advancement of educational pursuits. Until further notice i Quot Tir nerf ti11 h0 under the a management of our Humble self. J teacher a Institute. The following excellent program will to presented at tins teachers Institute to in held in the High school building at Hicks Ville on saturday Ort 12th, beginning at and enliven or x teachers Corno out and enliven these discussions by giving your views and help to make this one of a isto thl per Fath Rin?8 of your lives. I a Ste this program in your hat till the unpainted time then bring it with you. P Roo bams Muhi it charts As an Ald in teaching physiology and the effects of narcotics and alcohol on Tho . W. A Bowman a How Wall maps shun i to used Quot. W Johnson when and How a a a a Sadi r Telu intermission music right stamp j . Idle Jer Tex Plse Tom Anjou Ruuard 161,1811111 Iobe a a. A cough Hibbard a strength Anong and rheumatic plaster saved by Faith a druggists wife in Steubenville o., had not been Able to do her own work for years. She had tried All climates and doctors without Relief is now cured of weakness known Only to women. You ask what cured her Faith enough to use a few bottles of Milton a nerve and lung food. You try it Sample bottle free. Sold by j. A Buffington 1 aug sept a oct Abe a revelation to the world. Abe the Only Oen Cine rheumatic plasters. Nine tenths of All the troubles which require the Aid of blasters Are rheumatic in their nature. A change of weather or sudden draft causes a cold which develops into muscular and that into inflammatory rheumatism. And yet there has never been such a thing As a distinctly rheumatic and strengthening plaster and hundreds have died suddenly where rheumatism has attacked the heart whose lives might have been saved had this plaster been applied in season. They Are constructed on purely scientific principles and Are purely vegetable. I a 2? 8 prepared by rheumatic syrup co., Jacky and ail bet son Mich Bijold by n. G. Woodward i dict Mir three township. A mrs. F. Hatfield spent a few Days at Tho i the Largo Paulding fair. M Ira ten a 8 Means of education Quot a mrs. A Farnsworth a How to build in a pupils vocabulary a. O. Strong a if of Facil at Ltd instruction a miss Bell Buck Man a the Irish svs tem of diagramming a a prof. F. V. Irish 7 noon Muhla a a orthography a a prof. Of v. Irish a Tho use of diacritical . E. Berea a a method of teaching u k history to higher Grude pupils a a miss Cara Moore a How to use the blackboard a a a. In Holdeman intermission Musk a is the self report Rig system practical and comin Eudalie Missli Elleree Howe a first lesson in arithmetic a a a. F. Cough nos fad a a we n hot huoo<3, d Aud others ran a we. Henry a a necessity of a knowl mint a pm map ,mo1 govern. To Iho us f lleer7, a awl a re a a a Alden manifold cyclopedia. Splendid Speed recently Marks the pros ,ta1t pm Pular manifold cyclopedia. Hie sixteenth volume extends from galvanized Iron to dog and Moog. Ibis Odd beginning and ending illustrates the Magn Lhoest scope of the work taking in a it docs the very latest discoveries of science and Tim remotest traditions of aulos All Between including an in dictionary of language us Well a a cyclopedia of Universal knowledge. The Small Handy volumes contrasting so remarkably with the usual unwieldy Quarto or Octavo volume of other cyclopedia Brunersburg. A excellent Shower monday. A saturday was a Harvest for the saloons. A a. Hilton and family Sun Dayed in the a Burg. A quite a number from Adams Ridge Sun Dayed in the a Burg. Be. Markley and wife were the guests of relatives Here sunday. A or. Stryker was out looking after the interest of Bis farm the past week. A the Good housewife is preparing for t he great Winter King who will soon make his appearance. A a. Hilton has returned from the glorious West where he has been sojourning for some time. A mra Haymaker left last week for Toledo where she was called by the serious illness of her brother or. Mcmaken. A a. F. Howe sings o in a so Happy in a full of Joy because in a Pappy to a 10>i Pound boy. W. Gler salts he will not Light his wife any More for a Bill. A Samuel Gler and family attended the Hicksville fair the 27th. A Home of our Young folks took in the Hicksville fair last week. A a. Canabel is tearing his buildings Down and moving them away. A Henry Mosser intends building an addition to his House this fall. A James Kennedy was hulling Clover seed last week in District no. 4. A married in Delaware township or. D. Parent and Lottie Moninger. A a. Lorah of mud Creek is working for win. Longsmith this week. Born to or. And mrs. John Knapp ahoy lii.0, mo8aer�?T Fanner was in this thursday. September 2 Ltd a Opp u 00y�?T place last week getting wheat. A our minister of the Brethren Church preached at Oak Grove last sunday. A Samuel Gler and family spent sunday with Joel Mosser and wife tile 50th. On. A handsome Typo the numerous illustrations Tho excellent printing and the Adams township. A Bert Hon and wife spent saturday in Defiance. A Frank Crosslin intends moving to Defiance this fall. A Val surf inulin is running a meat Wagon in this neighbourhood. A sunday school picnic was Well attended at Ridgeville saturday. Joe Airhart of Defiance was at work in this Vicinity last week. A a. D. Curtis and j. A Metz in a saw Mill near Stryker. Are working their of a Lemuel Hoadley ant wife visited son Charles in Defiance sunday. A John Davison purchased a horse George Clifton lust week for $140. A doctor Schaefer and Dellel Harmon of Ridgeville have sold their property. A mrs Ella Newell and daughters visited at Phillip Schwartz Els last thursday. To a mattock and wife of pleasant Bend spent sunday with his parents on the Ridge. Henry Bostleman is doing a flourishing business with ids Cane Mill this fall. He is crowded All the time and has a Large Stock of Cane on hand. Quot a died Mother Landau september 25tb, at the residence of her son Chari a one and a half Miles South of Ridgeville. She leaves a Large Circle of friends. Just think of it. The number had nearly doubled in a year after it become known that the democrats would not be Able to ruin the Industry by taking off the Tariff Aud yet the democrats have the effrontery to claim that their attempt to remove the Tariff on Wool did not affect the Industry. Campbell is for free wooh he so declared at Dayton when he accepted the nomination Tor governor he so declared at Batavia and he so declared when he voted for the Mills Mil do the Wool growers want to vote for that kind of a Man i think not the Democrat should not make an ass of triennial conclave knights Templar excursion to Washington via b. Amp The Twenty fourth triennial conclave of knights Templar of the u. He will be Heid at Washington d. C., october 7th to 12th tuesday october 8th, the Parade of Templar knights from All parts of the u. S., takes place and on other Days competitive drills the whole forming a series of entertainments. Memorable in Templar history its pageantry recalling the Days of chivalry the Baltimore a Ohio Elk will sell excursion tickets from Defiance Ohio to we Shingto and Baltimore at 14, one limited first class fare for the round trip october 4th, 5th, 1th, valid for going passage to october 8th, and for return passage to october ust inclusive. Tickets May be pro cured for return passage via Philadelphia by the payment of four dollars and for return via new York by the payment of ten dollars additional. Stop Over privileges will be allowed at All prominent Points within the limit of the tickets. If you intend going East for pleasure or business Purchase your ticket via the picturesque b. Ao., see the alleghenies cloned in their gorgeous autumnal tints and visit the cities of Pittsburgh Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and new York All on the same ticket. For time of trains tickets sleeping car berths and other information Call on b. A Ticket agents. 0. P. Mccarty no41w2. Asset Gene pass agent done to whip a sick horse. M. P. Nor take Cor Baric pills when your bowels or ii ver a re Piuggi so. They Are whips. But try once at least Miles nerve and liver pills. They act through the nerves. Samples free at no g. Woodward a. A at a wedding in Saline county kau., last week the Groom charged the guests 50 cents each for supper and sold them Popcorn at 5 cents a package did Xun know Eup Epsy. This is what you ought to have in fact you must have it to fully enjoy life. Thousands Are searching for it Dally and mourning because they find it not. Thous ands upon thousands of dollars Are spent annually by our people in the Hope that they May attain this Boon. And yet it May be had by Aff we guarantee that electric bitters if used according to direction mid the use persisted in will bring Vou Good digestion and oust the Demon dyspepsia and install invite and Kupensky. We recommend electric bitters for dyspepsia and All diseases of liver. Stomach und k sold at 500. And 1.00 per bottle a Scott druggists. Noble crossing. Kidneys by Colby children cry for pitchers Castoria. The doctors said i lad consumption and Muat die i got a bottle of Milton a nerve and lung food and before i had taken half of it i had no Niht sweaty and now Arn cured after using 3 bottles to says Mary cd Mcfarland of Cleveland Ohio. Sample bottle free every to i tie warranted. The Best general ton to known for old or Young. Sold by j. A Buffington aug a sept a oct. A some Friend of the Irti tuition in new York has made a gift of 325,000 to the endowment fund of i Rutgers coi lege. _ _ is consumption incurable. Read the following or c. In Morris Newark Ark says a was Down with abscess of lungs and friends and physicians pronounced me an incurable consumptive. Began taking or. Ring s 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 made. Jesse Middle Ware Decatur Ohio a had it not been for or. Kings new covery for consumption i would have d of lung trouble was Givon up by Doctora am now in Best of try ii Sample bottle free at you it a a Scott a drug store. A Andrew Boterf is putting 8k new roof on his House. A Joel Mosser made a flying trip to Washington township Noonday the 23a a Teere was quite a number of people at Hicksville attending the fair last week. A Jacob Mosser from runner was in this Section sunday the guest of his parents. Abraham Smith and wife of Defiance were in this Actton Friday of last week. A mrs. Ii. Mosser and Dang Tei were the guests of mrs. F. M. Koons monday the �?�23d. A hog cholera is raging in this Section and Farmers Are loosing their hogs pretty fast cd c. Mosser made a flying trip to Defiance thursday of last week and returned with a wife. Friday the 20th, some rogues entered John Porath a House and stole $15 in Money und two Gold rings valued at 7. clue to the thief has been found yet a there was some Young men passed along the streets saturday morning with a Load of Goon on their backs. They Mast have Spain the night in the Woods As they came in so late. Neat Strong binding Are features which everyone appreciate and not less will the majority of readers appreciate the wonderfully Low Price 60 cents a volume for cloth binding or 5 cents for half Morocco or if ordered immediately the publisher offers the sixteen volumes Tor the reduced Price of 7. Of for cloth binding or $10,70 for half Morocco. At these prices it is sent prepaid by mail or express a Sample volume May be ordered and returned if not satisfactory. John b. Alden publisher new York Chicago or Atlanta. A Jackson Democrat protectionist. Hon. W. D. Hill is an adroit politician be omitted to Tell his hearers in his address in the court House that Gen Jackson advocated the adoption of a Tariff of higher duties although the former Tariff wan sufficient for Revenue. The new Tariff was co extend the benefits of Protection. Jackson democrats Are in favor of protecting american interest the bogus ones Are striving to smash the protective Wauseon Republican. An liniment Minnesota judge. Dear Sib i have always been very Modi opposed to Patent medicines and considered them a Universal Humbug with but very few exceptions. At various times j have Beon troubled a great Deal with my lungs More particularly during Tho Winter about a year ago i was suffering with an attack brought on by a violent cold. I was advised by a Friend to try a bottle of your White wine of tar syrup. It helped me in a very few hours. I used but one bottle and now my lungs Are stronger than they have been Tor years. I would cheerfully recommend it to Idem Ben of Tho bar that Are in any Way troubled with Throat or lung diseases. Judge m. B. Kook. Minneapolis Mina sold by Colby a Scott. Of a a prominent physician and old army surgeon in Eastern Iowa was called away from Home a few Days during his absence one of his children contracted a severe cold and his wife bought a bottle of chamberlains cough remedy for it. They were so much pleased with the remedy that they afterwards used several bottles at various time. He said from his experience with it he regarded it As the most reliable preparation in use for colds and that it came the nearest being a specific of any Medicine he had Ever seen. For Sale by Colby a Scott. Oct powder absolutely pure. This powder never varies. A Marvel a purity strength and Whoie Romness. More economical than Tho Ordinary kind and with the Multi a Low test Short weight Alum Orphos in a is. 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Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

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