Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
6 Sep 1889

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6 Sep 1889

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - September 6, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance Etui re u Republican vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday september i 1880. No. 38. At the Bat bankrupt als at save Money r come often it will pay you. Bargains thrown out it Aily at fresh f. Swalley amp great bankrupt Sale Chas. E. Bronson s real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. The Moss Back democrats run in on a Side track by Boodle fraud amp co. The old roman a lament. Hoad Loyd a acknowledgement of shame that which was anticipated has come to Paw and James Campbell the renegade Republican is now the democratic nominee for governor the democratic loader of Defiance county feel very Core Over the result of the Dayton convention. They can not Ive blamed and unions the recording Angel is a Purohi heltion St it la Safe to presume that the Many vain thing they have raid against the gang that railroaded Campbell through will not appear a gain at them on the great Day when time shall end. In my letter last week i took up Tho democratic nominations for governor from 1875>to 1887 and showed that each time the Simon pure democrats had been discarded and a renegade Republican Given the Nom lint iou. That has occurred again in 1881 and so it will be seen that for a period of ten years the men who were democrats before and during he War have i d no rights that the Boodler and tally Sheet forgers have been bound to respect. Now though the leaders of Defiance county feel ugly Over the defeat of l a rence t. Neal the Moss Hack candid de for governor and fully realize that they were cleverly out witted by the oleaginous Wing of the party at Dayton it does not hold that they will not swing into line and support Campbell. Allen Myers and his henchmen will allow the boys to pout for a time but in Good season. It is thought they will drive them Back to their places and by and by compell them to whip in the rank and tile Allen Myers the Coal Oil Boodler and the Cincinnati Saloon keepers Are up to Many Quot ways that Are dark and tricks which Are vain and while the better plans of democrats realize that they can not All break Awny from their influence. Each year the party is dragged a Little bit lower by the gang each year there is a notable decrease in the influence of such men like Allen g. Thurman and Pendleton until at last Sufferance has become the badge of the jacksonian democrats. Poor Moss backs it is enough to make the hearts of their bit Terest enemies bleed to see them reduced to their present Servile condition. The Flowers that Blossom Over the sepulchre of their former greatness and mock their woe would win pity from a heart of Stone. And Ward were to be killed off by the Boodler and that the Democrat c Patty was to pass in to the hands of the Hunn Dnard Oil company for continuing in the same line he said we have. As a party Boon Freer from Bossis than any party that Over existed. Rut some men seem to think that we might to have a machine amply supplied with Money to work it and under absolute control of to Boss or Bosses to dictate who shall and who shall not receive the honors and rewards within the gift of the party. To set up such a machine it is necessary in the first place. To kill the men who have heretofore enjoyed the Confidence of the party Tho men whose ability hard labor and principles did so much to keep the party together in the terrible ordeal through which it had passed. I in unwilling to see this done. It does not concern me , for t no a Mere pro Vale citizen having no expectation or wish to Ever hold office again. Rut although have never sought for revenge upon even mins in Tho part Vaif i have had any on the other hand. I have never deserted my Friend and i do not want to he called on to be a pall bearer at their political funerals i want to see our officers elected in be Good old fashioned democratic Mode nmn it get by some newfangled Mode that. To say the least of it wears an evil opened and inauspicious As poet. I want to see nil True a fair Chance according to their merits anti do not want to see a political Cut Throat Bossis inaugurated for the Benefit of a close party corporation or Syndicate. W. E. Henry manager. Well the machine b s been at work Over since and the politic ii thugs and Cut throats have been killing the men who Ken up the party in its darkest Days just As or. Thurman pred noted Nimlin this Day and age there is no More possibility of a Democrat gaining recognition limn there is of his to ving Over the w los of the now Jerusalem. Now the gang after the in Oil Ion murder of Neal one of Tho kind of men or. To Nrman ape it is of wants to remove the odium that has rested upon it since the political murder of Pendleton and word and election of Payne. Rut there is another chapter in the history of those political thugs. In Tho election of 1885 occurred the forgery of the tally sheets at Gin Elan it and Columbus. The people notwithstanding the fact that the Boodler had knocked in the Heads of their barrels and had hooded Tho stale with Money resolved to crush them out the gang knew it was Down unless it could Dorter the returns and so it resorted to forgery. At fourth Ward a., in Cincinnati it added Over Roo democratic votes and at Columbus it added boo democratic votes to Tho tally sheets. The democratic operators at Cincinnati were arrested and sent to the Penitentiary. At Columbus Allen Myers and or. Montgomery were arrested and charged with the crime and though the were not convicted it is the belief among such men Allen Thurman who assisted in the prosecution of the cases that they were the guilty men or were at inst parties to the crime. 306 for Sale to acre farm in Section a Glaize township Paulding county so acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,Soo. 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7, Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Price l,7oo. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price 11,100. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at r. A Depot in 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. Too acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand Aud Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price Bio per acre with half Cash a reduction of 10 Lier j acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369�?for Sale a Good hotel property near b. It Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets on Clin in race Only 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate j Avenue known As Tho Perkins property j Price i too. 387�?for Sale lot 14, East Defiance u Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price 1.200. 394�?for Sale so acres in Section in Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. Price 3,. 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 be sold at once. 406 for Sale House and lot for 550. On easy payments in South Defiance. 407�? flt a Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township25 acres cleared Fine Frucino 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 6rooms, Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price l5qo. 417�?for Sale lot 85 in Holgate addition to North Defiance. Price 250. 419 for Sale lot is Booth and Aldrich s addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Eta be and Wood shod. As is Well known to those persons who red Neal and Bis faction wanted to make a Tariff Reform the Issue in the coming Campaign while on the other band the Boodler and tally Sheet forgers wanted to make their vindication the Itsuo under the Guise of a fight for a Home Rule a claiming that the establishment of election i oar sin Cincinnati Columbus and other cities had taken from the people their rights in the premises. In other words they claimed that gov. Foraker has set himself up As a sort of a King and established these boards to keep himself in Power. Now the its the Issue raised by Coal Oil Boodle fraud a co. Touching upon that Point in a speech at the Dayton convention Lawrence t. Neal the Moss Back candidate said a should the democracy make the mistakes or alleged mistakes of any Man in the Republican party the Issue in the coming Campaign the republicans of Ohio would rally around that Man and win the greatest Victory since the 14 a cd paying investment Asp Oarr Lage at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance I our store Host to. The c. L. Luce co. Are closing out their Stock in Defiance and will close up their business in tile place entirely. This Stock of goods is now being offered at great a sacrifices As everything must be sold. We Are holding a of is the time to buy goods cheap. Everybody invited to Call and get great bargains while there is an Opportunity. We want to dose out the Stock the 0. L. Luce co. At Flickinger old stand. Or. Neal knew the necessities that had called the election boards into existence and Ulo knew jihad disaster would Over take any party that made them a Issue in a Campaign and for that reason gave out his warning upon the eve of the convention. But it we a waste of we Fra the scions of fraud bribery and corruption had marked Camphell their Standard bearer Apt made their own vindication the Issue of Tho Campaign. Now of to the Boodle gang and tally Sheet forgery go Back to the election of Hoad Ley As governor and Payne As senator. It was at that time that the Standard Oil company tapped its Blue bellied barrels and bought up enough democratic members of the legislature to give a seat in the United states Senate to Henry b. Payne. It will be remembered that All the democrats in that legislature had been instructed by their constituents to support either George Pendleton or Durbin Ward. The filthy Lucre from the Standard Oil company a pipe line was too much of a temptation for them however and they sold out. It will be remembered How Busy the democratic state senators and reprint natives were after the great Sale in lifting mortgages a. The people in thin Section of Tjie state Haye a Lively recollection by the time tile seating of Payne was a Damnable act and there Are people yet living who will no doubt see the men who were parties to it reduced to penury and want before they Roach the grave. Such at least appears to have been the Reward of perfidy in past Ages. Now following these forgery cases election boards were established in Cincinnati and Columbus and have since b in it Stab listed in other cities in the state. The boards Are made up of democrats and republicans and preclude All possibility of fraud they Are endorsed by the Best democrats in those cities and of the state. Now who was it that come to the Dayton convention and demanded the nomination of James Campbell and that the abolishment of these election boards be made the Issue of the coming Campaign t Why the very men identified with those forgeries at Cincinnati and Columbus. Take the report of the convention published in Tho d to cratic papers and you will find that the most Active men there were Allen Myers or. Montgomery Tom t Ogan Law Bernard and other leaders in the forgery cases. Is it any wonder that the democratic leaders of Defiance county should have come Home mad ? one would think not there has never been any a Tyg in history that equals the effrontery of the gang that captured the Dayton convention Anil announced and compelled the democrats to endorse a Campaign for the vindication of crime. A our school commenced monday. Of. I Forlow was at i Fiance Friday a Seth Scott was it Defiance inst thursday. Miss file Overholt is visiting at Fostoria. A a. I Wilson was at Cincinnati woday inst week. A a. M Fisher of Auburn was in the City last week. A or. George Miller is consid Rod Flange Ron sly ill. A Christian social it m. Clip a Ben hour a last evening. A doll Jackson is attending school at Nashville Tennessee. A miss radio brining of Wauseon is Tho guest of mrs Van Horn. A several of our citizens attended the Fostoria fair last week a a Large number of our nit Loans wiil attend the Chicago exposition. Joseph and Samuel Bassett Are a k at their Home near six Corners. A a. A. T. Ii. Met at the m e. Church yesterday afternoon at a i of clock miss Lizzle Gordon of Cecil has been visiting miss Lillian Hoffman. A Rev. Gaff preach at six Corm is next bund in afternoon Tull of cock. A Corn has been injured quite considerable by Tho recent dry weather of. Dalrymple has been making improvements on his property at Fostoria. A preaching at the evangelical Church next sunday Forenoon and evening a it is said Luther Weiner lost his hours in the Antwerp fire sunday morning. A a. G. Mccord of Ridgeville Corners wan in the City the latter part of last week. A mrs. Hattie Warfield and children Hay returned to t heir Home near l Loo to Mich. A or. And mrs. Burt Roach returned saturday from a ten Days visit in Marion county a or. Mulholland and or. Surface of Jun lion Paulding county called on Rev. John Hoffman last week. J. N. Hair left the first of the wee c for Coffeyville Kansas when he will lie mar ried to Lizzie Shoemaker. A win. Ii. Haino a former Hicksville hey will be married next wednesday to m is Dibble b. Frisbie of Chicago. Ida and Yeuelta i Sibok and mrs. We Ham Kin Heck attended the Fostoria fair and visited friends Anil re Liticea a Rev. T. W. Brake of Warsaw ind., is expected Here next sunday to assist Rev have Gorst in some Church work. A Carter the Man who clerked for c g. Shepard la reported to have died in the Auburn court Yard last sunday while in a state of intoxication a the electric lights were in use for the first time on wednesday evening of lust week. They Emit a in Luli Ful Light and make Oil lamps look sick. A Tho school Board have leased a Hall on the second floor of the Ehrhart Block Tor a school room the lease of the room Over Dalrymple a drug store having expired. A William Powell who was stricken with paralysis some time since is recovering slowly and was Able to come to town inst week. His affliction has been a serious blow to him. A Tai Nadge says there is no abstract excellence in Early rising. All depends on what Vou do when you Are out of bal it would be better for the world of some people never got up a or. Weldon of Portland ind., was in the City lust week attending the soldiers re Union and having a Good time with the boys. Mrs. Weldon and daughter Hattie Ore still at former. A Tho Knight templars had a big time on thursday the first Day of the soldiers reunion. A goodly number from Defiance were Here and took part in a banquet in the Willey House Yard. A Quot in heaven there is neither running a Way to got married nor running away to keep from it a a Wade if the forgoing i True there will be a decidedly poor Chanvo there for some Fellows. A we Hen you come to Hicksville it will do you Good to atop at Brown a Beano a a furniture store an of their new Stock. Goods to suit the season and of the latest patterns. Prices lower than Ever. Norm we Complete and practical photographic i i n b any child 14 years old can take pictures of persons animals houses &c., with it. Call and see them and Sample pictures with it at Colby amp Scott a. Aud is perhaps obliged to give i dearer place to Trade than a for unusual customers credit much More thai Tho Legal t la added to the Price of the s sold on time in reality who intends to pay his re to be trusted Quot to is i part of the losses of those nest. In addition to interest borrow Money in a Lump and in it and but Only for Cash it a credit Rotter still to do s until Money is earned to the grocery Bill is in thongs Sands of Homes the secret of Lack of Thrift a the two d is sol Lierse re Union took place last Thorn Lay and Friday on Tho fair ground the firs Day mayor Coulter opened the program by a speech and was followed by chaplain Evans f Defiance and he by Comrade Graham of Al Wayne Comrade of Walt and some others. On the second div Hon m. M. La imm was Intro Duck by or. Oswalt Arn. In oui excellent speech to the boy in Blue lie was Fol Lowed by Rev. Evans Comrade Richard and a number of others. Ham battled store expects that makes it the City when is impossible. Rate of in term article Welch is i the hones1, Man debts cannot affix saddled wit h who Are a Lulu it is be Merlo pay interest than to buy without thins pay fur them. Attractions and completeness of the exhibition in tile several departments will be Ore i stable to the irrepressible spirit that has so emphatically characterized All the enterprises of our flourishing City. John Blesser and editor t. O. Dowell attended the Fostoria fair last week in the interest of the Hicksville fair society. The society sent president Harter and j. T. Bushong to the Al Wayne races. M. M. Bootman will lie sent to the Montpelier fair w. D. Wilson to the Defiance fair and j. M. Ainsworth to Tho trl state fair at Toledo. A following Arn the names of the officers director and superintendents of the Hicksville fair. Read Tho list carefully and Yon will readily Sec that it is a sufficient guarantee that our fair will be a Success in every Way or i in Cru a president w. Ii Harter vice president. Amos Forlow Secretary t. I. Dowell treasurer. 8. Pettit marshal. Fred Post assistant marshal and chief police m. Warner. Diary Irons a Robert Dorsey. John Mosser j. T. Bushong it. D. Wilson r. By Mem Rains t Apt j it. Hose report some loss on Union i j Hompa Ozi m. M. Hoot Man g. By Otis Side cot w Bower commanding con j Amo Forlow. _. _ command captured. Federates hts entire look Tho oath of allegiance and were paroled. A no Man should i e away from his Bual Ness too much but it is nearly of bad for a Farmer to stay at Homo too closely. Push things and earn a Hull Days rest every week and then Lake Tho family and drive off and Sec what others Are doing and come Back with renewed life Energy Aud ambition but done to forget to Toke the Good wife she needs the change and rest even More than her husband. Farmers clubs thai meet around with the men. Hers once a month Are doing much Good. Tire me Mikers and their families enjoy life More and. Re the better off in dollars Aud a lits at Tho end of the year. A dozen families Molto about tile right num Ber As thai Isis Muny us can be comfortably entertained at one House. Think of the stimulus one could obtain from in All Day visit t o eleven Good farms within five or six Miles in the course of a year and then the return visit when All Nome to see him Onu be human of he did no to take More interest in View of this visit in having every thing about his place look neat and inviting and in having the bust he could to show in the line of Stock or crops. There is nothing like getting together and stirring one another up to Good journal a Hest a Bora department j. T. Bushong St eed. Frank Snyder cattle it Hirn Mons sheep n. T. Fuller Swine it Dorsey poultry a. D. F. Randolph mechanics. M. M Bootman agricultural Hall to f. Webb Floral Ball i. W. Snyder general Hunt. Of departments. J. M. Ainsworth assistant supt. Of departments. John flosser. Loose red Clove pills care Blok headache dyspepsia indigestion constipation. 2se Lier Box 5 boxes for $1. For Sale at Colby a Weott nol7-Ly Noble crossing. A Emma Long has Ville. Gone Back to Hicks gov. Hoadley Saij at a banquet tendered him at Cincinnati feb. 2ijth, 17, prior to Iii departure for new York a one trouble with the democracy of Hamilton county is that they have Learned the trick of changing the ballots after they have been put in the Box. The democracy of Hamilton county must take a new departure. A letting the past alone and looking Only to the future the duty of the democracy of Hamilton county is thin never again never again allow an honorable Man to contemplate us i had to with shame my name accredited with dub votes i never received in the fourth Ward and my Friend judge Foraker in product a fourth word accredited with 40 Only when he certainly received 200.�?� it is the same gang which by its acts forced those remarks from Hoadley that has brought Campbell out and retired Neal when it become evident that the great Sale was about to be consummated sex senator Allen 0. Thurman speaking on the subject said a there is something that shocks me in the idea of crushing men like Pendleton and Ward who have devoted the Best portions of their lives to Tho maintenance of democracy. By the combination against them of personal hatred and overgrown we Eulth. I hear Payne men say a Pecan not support Pendleton because we disapprove of his civil service Reform Bill a a forgetting that convention after convention of the democratic party both state and National had resolved for civil Are vice Reform apis also forgetting that the to publicans now in office Are just As liable to e turned out As if the Pendleton Bill had never passed. I do not advocate that Bill. I think that it ought to be amended or repealed. But i would not Slaughter a life Long Democrat because in a Long Public service to happened to make one mistake but if these gentlemen can not support Pendleton Why eau not they support Ward he is not responsible for the civil service Reform Bill. Indeed i have always understood that he disapproves of it. That he is a Man of ability every Man must admit that he Bas performed immense labor for our party no one will deny. Why then prefer Payne to him ? the answer i fear is perfectly Plain a Tho answer was certainly very Plain to the old roman. He knew that Pendleton the Tariff Reform democrats understand very Well that they Are expected to Ald Boodle fraud a co. Regain Power that they May open up a new Era of crime or that reason hundreds arid thousands of them ill repudiate the nomination of Campbell they no longer look upon the Corning Campaign of a contest Between the democratic and Republic an parties but a crusade of the tally Sheet forgers against the decent people of Ohio. The cry about the third term is All Folly. Campbell himself wag elected to Congress three terms. The cry about Foraker ism is a trick to cover up the real purposes of the gang. The great question that confront the people of Ohio to Day is shall the Coal Oil Boodler tally Sheet forgers and political take charge of affairs in Ohio ? every Democrat in Tho state who deplores Tho political murder of Ward Pendleton and Neal will say no every prohibitionist will suy no and every Republican Wir not Only say to but Fri work to the end fit forager May have a majority of from 50,000 to 75,000. Such a majority would kill Boodle ism most effectually in Ohio and the political atmosphere will have been purged of a Poison that is a constant menace to a free government and a pure ballot. Pc. E. Everett is writing More insurance this month Bun be has written in any one month during the time he Lins been engaged Iii the business. He is doing More work than any other general agent in the state. A strangers found Many interesting plumes to visit while in the City last week but the most interesting place was the furniture store of Brown a he or e. Every body re Marks about their Good goods mud Low Price w i. Pc. M. Overholt i still giving bargains in Grain drills and other agricultural implements buggies wagons carts Etc., Etc. He also deals extensively Iti general hardware tinware paints oils varnishes Cirp a terse outfits mud sewing machines. Northur. A Rev. John Hoffman will preach his last Hermon at Junction Paulding comity next Munday for tills conference year. By Way of showing their appreciation of his efforts Whigob have been satisfactory the members of ids Church it that place will hold a Jubi Lee meeting. A miss m. Fly Beer Mil Iner is receiving the finest Stock of fall millinery Ever brought to this Eity. It consists of every thing Ynsua la sold in to i urge establishment of this kind and is of too lost Quality. Cal at her store and you will lie delighted with the goods and at the Ca. Tremley Low prices Nha Wii a Christian Church Dor w g. Rayne school 9 30 4. A. Preaching 11a, h., and u k by regular Church Prater meeting wednesday evening at 5 of clock Young Peoples or Gay to meeting Friday evening at of clock child rent a band meet third Katurd in in each month Church society of missions first 8 i turd in in Cauli month Young Peoples missionary society first sunday afternoon of every month. The work of the Church is in prosperous condition. A if the Republic it is of deft Nee Ani Paulding counties work As they should j. E. Coulter will be our next representative. Nothing to hinder. His favourably known All Over the District and the strongest and most influential republicans of both counties fire his staunch friends and have already expressed a desire to Champion his cause. Resides he has a great Many friends in the democratic party who will gladly prove their Friendship by being friends in need or in other words will do Good work for him at the polls. A mince Hicksville be Likely to have water work to o j Little neighbor. Bryan Oyer in Williams county shows a tendency to want water Warks too. Bryan is a a Good town a i but should remember that Hicksville is not j Tho a Tross ramada they would like to make it appear a Ecob a it m it. Correct there is not a town within thirty Miles that can a woman belief corp took part in in e in Peru first Day. Corps was called to Headquarters at 2 of clock p. In. By or. T. Kinmont president of the Day. Delegations from Defiance Sherwood Bryan Garrett Edon Antwerp were present toe address of Welcome to women s Relief corp by Anise Wright of i. Donatio corps no. 41. Response by mrs Haver Hancock corps no 282, Sherwood. Remarks by chaplain Evans of do Fiance a beet a. Ii c. recitation try d Ila Adams Quot Coffee cooler. A Mecum Day address by mrs. Hook president Pai ring Carp. Antwerp. Recitation by la Ila Adams subject a Gray backs vein by or. Osborn subject a Why we Wear the Budge. A address by mrs. M. My Jarri Worth or Graham of it Wayne lad., i. I officer Tor northeastern Indiana made a Short address and Sang hic scow. Just before the Battle the president of i Donatio corps gave a Brief account of soldiers Home it Sandusky j. Those desiring to can tribute for Box for veterans at that Home can leave contribution with Julia d. Everett Secretary of i. Donatio Relief corp. Names desired of contributors that they Muy have credit on Chi Jim and Home records mrs. Young of Defiance gave recitation subject Quot search for Wain. A a Laden of w. In it took in Active part in Camp fire in Tho evening. There was an enjoyable time throughout the Encampment. The nineteenth annual Munday school convention no t on too fair ground Malur Day August 31 St eight schools were present and took part in the exercises each singing Eig it songs and Reading a report of their school for toe Pant year. The following Are the names of the schools i resent Logan in. B., West Milford Christian these two being from the country tile balance from Hicksville or. Johns lutheran Evangelic ii l often Brethren Christian first presbyterian Aud methodist episcopal the following Are the names of the ministers who made ten minute , All the time allow a them Rey. Holer. Of new Vin. Ind Rev. John a Footman of Milford Rev. Gall. Rev. Burrows Rev. Payne Rev yes 11 lev. He held Lor Aud Rev Uay ight. Of Hicksville. Those present shy that the eau you lion was the Laist for years on account of Good singing Good speeches and Good attendance. Tile stage was noisily decorated by the Vav. C. T. U. Which deserves Muon Praise. The following officers Woro elected for the coming year Amo Forlow president Amos Mil. Tor vice pres Dent Frank Mug ii amour secret iry r. S. Pettit treasurer we Wilson marshal i. It Snyder chorister miss Anna it 1�, organist. The invention and Journe i to Nice. At tile Terne Pinon the last saturday in aug a a a no stands will to allowed or the ground next car As they were v re at toying this year. Fais Kotek. A Hicksville fair a sept my r 21 to �7, a it Fri too in proud Ama a great up Elal attractions. A Tho ii rounds and Bud Lings will lie open a id owing is the order of Tho Day in thin Section. In. D. Grogg erected a new wind pump this week. Ii Mosser is Home from Highland township again. A Farmers Are complaining of their chickens dying with the cholera. John 8. Grogg says that he is Worth five Hundred dollars More because it is a girl. Be rulers can nut get the or threshing done Bec Mac there is no machine in this Section. My Gleason of Defiance visited mends and relatives in West Noble the Post week. A Vav. Ii. Walden and William ii Armen were in West Noble wednesday of last week. A j. Twitched was in this Section thurs Day. Looking of tar the interest of his farm in West Noble. Burt Kennedy of Defiance is in this Section again und if von want to hear some Good music come to West Noble. John Pooh is hauling Stone from Thor River for a foundation of a new House. To says to is tired of living in a cold House. Defiance College. Defiance College the Best Normal and comm Rota College in Tho North West Idle fall Terra begins bup tember 2nd. Tho finest buildings the Ablest instructors the Mosi thorough and practical work and Tho list boarding Hall in the country. Terms $2,60 to 2.60 per week for Board furnished room and tuition. Send for new catalogue. No29-3mo. Sherwood and Vicinity. Defiance Normal College students from this Section this has several week. Tho latest convert is Geo. Whoa James rank has purchased a new sulky plow of v. Ii. Wieland a co this indicates Prosperity on the former a part a or. Stephen rank intends to move Flack to his farm one halt mile South of her Wood. He lives a present in Paulding. �?3r. A Hooe formerly of this place bub at Pri meal living at Milford Junction ind., intends to return and again become a citizen of Sherwood. A or. Mccord has been in this Section Tho past week working in the interests of Tho rep Ducam and exult ims. All will find turn a pleasant gentleman und we bespeak for him the patronage of All. A a goo. Rock Olio has been attending Miami medical College at Cincinnati Ohio and Rush medical College at Chicago ii win leave for the latter College in about three weeks to attend the Winter term. A Tbs ladies working society Are making Groat preparations for their Hopper in Rock Hull saturday evening september 7th. Let ail attend. The drawing of Tho Quill for which 250 no in Liers Are sold will positively take place on that evening. A saved by Faith a druggists wife in Steuben Ville o., had not been Able to do her own work Tor years. The had tried ail climates and doctors without Relief is now cured of weakness known Only to women. Yon ask what cured her Faith enough to use a few bottles of Milton a nerve and lung food. You try it Manile bottle free. Boid by j. A Buffington aug sept a oct successfully Cointe e with Hicksville. It is a Good place to sell and a Good place to buy. Our merchants draw Trade from Bryan it. Wayne Auburn. Garrett and other surrounding towns. This is not a silly assertion but a statement we can verify. When it comes to Beauty culture refinement and genuine Enterprise Tho flourishing Little City of ,.v2kj lands without a peer. A it is always wed and sometimes necessary to a business Man to have Good credit lint it i something that should be used but Little. Practically pay As you go is As Good policy for the buyer As any one can be it is for the seller. Few people realize How much their credit Cost them. It is by far the Dearest luxury they keep and i what keeps More men poor than any thing else. To exhibitors on and aft r september 8th. L or Premium jut and other particulars Call on it a address the Secretary t. G. Dowell Hicks Ville u �?8, a it so any immoral nature and the Selling or giving away of any intoxicating liquors on or near the grounds will not be allowed a the Public generally Are invited to be Jannie a runs and exhibitors with the full a Suranee that they will to liberally fair y Dei t with. A a sufficient guard and police in face will be provi led Day an j nigh to preserve order and protect Alt Luth res on inhibition from being bund of injured in any Way. A tile fat rounds cannot be excelled for v Utu Shade track and All other necessity or convenience for the Comfort of annuals for the Protection of All the Tui. Otis exhibits and the enjoyment Oduj amp of women and children. A the Early indications a or turning Tho ext tit and Quality of the for i her promises no Uig visually Large und Fine display of Jive gook form products implement ant j Liber articles usually Dis ploy in it agricultural and Industrial expositions. A prominent and influential citizens Are making every Effort to give the next fair a it is mainly the credit which Tho country. Wide spread reputation and the Aat mired powder absolutely pure tills powder never varies. A Marvel Al purity strength and wholesomeness. More economical than Tho Ordinary kind and cannot be sold in Competition with the Multi tude of Low Tost Short weight Alum Orphos Phate powders Bonn Only in cans. Royal baking Bowder , we /

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