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Defiance Daily Republican (Newspaper) - May 17, 1897, Defiance, Ohio We Are giving. 9 3 9 that Best hammocks and prices at Woodward a. Wanted a second handed truck Wagon. A. A Bowel or. Found a pocket Book owner can have same by calling at j. Old Mere a 422 w. High it. Lost fair Gold rimmed nose glasses. Finder will please return to miss Blossom Harley. Bents five living rooms to rent. De. Shessler 804 Wayne Street. Inquire of 1897 mat. 1897 us. To. To. We. The. For. A. I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Roll 12 j.-j13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20. 21 22 23 2425 26 27 i cd of 29 30 31 the weather report. U. S. Dept. Of agriculture weather Bureau. Washington d. C., May 17, 1897. Ohio fair tonight increasing cloudiness warmer. Willis l. Moore chief of weather Bureau. Attend the Buttercup Day evening. Frolic wednes Choice boiling beef at 5 cents a Pound at bakery a popular meat Market. Of very Little Corn has been planted in Defiance county so far this season. A Painter today changed the name of the Russell House to hotel it Fiance. Singer amp Mack will move into the room vacated by May amp son june i. Insure your bicycles against theft costs but $2. Stover amp Helpman age to. Your bicycle May be stolen insure it and receive a duplicate wheel costs but $2. Stover amp Helpman. Agents def Rev. Pilgrim preached the second in his series in the United Brethren Church sunday evening the topic was the officers of the salvation army assisted by the children will give a literary entertainment at Myers opera Lions Friday evening. The supplies for the Camp of the daughters of veterans being organized Here failing to arrive there will be no meeting until next monday evening. New Bavaria and Vicinity was visited by an unusually severe Hail and rain storm saturday afternoon. Persons who were in that Section say the Hail covered the ground like Snow. A. , assistant superintendent of the metropolitan life insurance company has paid to mrs. Krabach of East Defiance $75, the amount of the insurance carried by her late husband Nicholas Krabach. Wanted. A Good Painter. Inquire of Martin 803 Jackson Street. Nick Barley amp Whitaker s emphatically absolutely always Selling Standard up to Date merchandise at decidedly the lowest prices its the fundamental never lost sight of principle that has made this the bargain House of the District. Tuesday we commence a bargain Sale in our Balcony underwear department. See our 22c. Summer Corset. A few Choice capes left at 25 per cent reduction tuesday. A few up to Date misses jackets at 25 per cent reduction tuesday. Fifteen Rolls carpet opened for this weeks Trade. Have your carpet Laid by the Only expert carpet layer in town he is located at Harley amp Whitaker a bargain House. The Peoples popular trading place. H. U. Grenolds is in Toledo. M. W. Sutton was in Lima sunday. Geo. Starr of Bryan spent sunday Here. Clark elder of Bryan spent sunday Here. Mrs. M. W. May is visiting in Fostoria. Lyman Trowbridge went to Napoleon today. Cecil Gardner of Napoleon was Here sunday. Or. Fred Foust returned to Detroit sunday. Miss Ella Neil spent sunday in the country. E. E. Root went to Cleveland this morning. William Speiser spent sunday at Evansport. Miss Bessie Neil spent sunday at Evansport. Harry Abram of Bryan was in the City sunday. We. Teagardner of Hicksville was in the City today. Miss Nina Lewis is spending the week in Paulding. Otto Schoeninger of Toledo spent sunday in the City. Miss Clara clutter of Napoleon was in the City saturday. D. A. Helpman of Toledo spent sunday Here with his wife. Mrs. S. H. Case of Findlay is the guest of friends in the City. Earl Lind of Toledo spent sunday with his parents in this City. Otto Schoninger of Toledo spent sunday Here with his family. Mrs. Arc Haineault spent sunday with mrs. Zellars at Evansport. Miss Maggie Smith of East Defiance is visiting relatives at new Bavaria. Miss sue Mcintosh of Napoleon spent sunday with mrs. Fred Travis. Mrs. Bealer and daughter Stella of North Defiance spent sunday in the country. Rev. P. P. Pope wife and son Teddie spent sunday with a brother at Deshler. Or. Wales of Yingling a jewelry store will leave in a few Days for new York City. Messes Stoll Wolf Mattox Young Carter and Cristman of Bryan were in the City sunday. Omer Arthur and Farnest Spangler of Bryan were the guests of relatives in this City sunday. Miss Goldie Eger and Frank Eger of Bryan spent sunday in this City with mrs. D. A. Helpman. Mrs. George Kintner of East Defiance has returned from a two weeks visit with Bryan friends. Leon Wertheimer of Toledo spent sunday with his parents in this City. He left this morning for it. Wayne. Miss Minta Budenbender left for Paulding saturday where she will make her Home with her parents in the future. Or. Wolf who has been the guest of or. And mrs. Kittner for the past week left this morning for his Home at Wabash ind. Miss Nellie Kettenring will leave tuesday for Indianapolis where she will become the guest of her Cousin miss Mary Kahlo. Mrs. Frank Noffsinger and sons. Walter and Orville spent sunday with mrs. Anna Carr and daughter miss Belle of East Defiance. Mrs. John Zook of East Defiance spent sunday in the country the guest of or. And mrs. Joseph. She went to witness the children take their first communion in the North Creek Catholic Church. Miss Ollie Francisco who is teaching school in South Richland spent sunday with her sister mrs. W. H. Mcclintock. She will Complete a term of seven months this week after which she will visit her Mother at Plymouth ind. Mrs. Miller and children miss Mamie and Webster of Chicago Are the guests of or. And mrs. R. Brown and family. Mrs. Miller will be remembered by Many friends Here As miss Margie Taylor a very pleasant Young lady who graduated from the business department of Defiance College four years ago. Careful attention to the repairing of watches that insures satisfaction to the owner. Yingling. The jeweler. The frosts of several mornings past have left their Marks on vegetation. 9 9 9 done to forget the old reliable ice dealer when you want Tiptn jew Elj old Man wearied of life shoots himself. Frank Ferguson Tom Dohony and Marion Carr will go to Henry county. Tuesday to set up a saw Mill. There will be services at the Evan Geleal Church in North Defiance every night this week. B. D. Nightengale of the Nightengale Woolen Mills went to Columbus sunday evening. A full attendance is desired at the g. A. R. Meeting tuesday evening As there is a great Deal of work to be done. Frank Baker started for Owens Borough Kentucky sunday where he will set up a lot of machines from the factory of the Defiance machine works. The partition in Carroll and Dicus grocery is being moved Back. This will make the store room much larger and add greatly to the appearance of the room. Gilbert Mallett is putting up a steel ceiling in the Wertheimer store building. He is also putting up a ceiling in the Kitchen at the Home of Geo. W. Deatrick. The helping hand society of the m. E. Church will give a dime social at the parsonage next wednesday evening May 19th. Bring your friends and enjoy a Good social time. T. T. Ansberry returned from Colum bus sunday where he had gone to con Fer with the attorney general Monnett about the Back taxes of the Banks in this county. He will bring suit this week and seems to feel that he has Clear sailing. Phone 59. Same number on both lines. The Hon. John w. Winn has donated a Furnace to the members of the United Brethren Church to be used in their Church building this was a very kind generous act and is greatly a predated by the members of the Church. Next sunday Frank Kunz will commence carrying passengers to and from Riverside cemetery. Ten cents for Call 5 cents from the court House. Telephone Cunningham House r. Brown or we. Jones livery stable. He has a comfortable bus. Christian endeavours Coffee tuesday evening by mrs. W. G. Lehman and and mrs. F. Ferguson at the Home of mrs. Lehman on Washington Street for the Christian Endeavor society. Reception hour from 7 to to of clock. An invitation is extended to All. The egg packers of the h. P. Miller company Exchange spent sunday at the Home of John Brown near Brunersburg. They took along four barrels of diehls Best an orchestra and a solitary fish pole without line or Hook. We guess they had a a right Lively do not forget the Buttercup frolic to be Given at the Home of miss Birdie Meeks on a Glaize Avenue by the knights of the Cross wednesday evening. Refreshments served by the knights in costume during the even ing. Tickets now on Sale by the knights. Price to cents. A Man with a bicycle performed some marvelous feats on upper Clinton Street sunday. The dizzy lines described in the flight of a barn Swallow were As nought compared to the meanderings of this particular wheel. The Man was a Green rider and the wheel wandered at will Over pavement curbing Etc. The Man was not killed. We done to know it All but we know enough to sell our customers Good goods cheap not cheap goods dear at any Price. That s Why we Are compelled to add extra clerks. That a Why we Are crowded for room with two of the largest rooms in Defiance. Prices that talk laces at i cent a Yard. Embroideries at 2% cents a Yard Lucent plaids at 8.cents a Yard. 6 cent Gingham at 3 cents a Yard. Carpets 19 cents a Yard. 15 cent Cambric at 5 cents a Yard. Table Linen to cents a Yard. To cent dress goods 4ls cents a Yard. 5c Challies 2c a Yard. Short Lnu Calico 3c cd dress stays 8c a set of nine. We have the Best stores in Defiance. We have the Best salesmen in Defiance. We sell More Goodr than the rest put together. Come and see us yours for bargains in reality and not on paper Parley a Lioio store p so we sell for Cash Only no credit. Funeral of or Edgerton services were held Over the remains of Hon. A. P. Edgerton on the grounds at the Edgerton Home in Hicksville sunday afternoon. There was a Large attendance. The remains were taken to it. Wayne ind., today for interment. Killed the ferret to Dan Mcknight the lineman returned from Hicksville saturday evening where he had been doing some work. He drove to his Home on Wayne Street and took in two of r. H. Gleason a children a Little girl and boy who wanted to ride to the livery stable. In front of the daily Republican office the horses took fright at the Street cars and started to run away they ran into the Telephone pole near the citizens opera House and or. Mcknight and the children were thrown out. Providentially they were not killed nor were they seriously Hurt. The hut that dbl the work ought to caged. It is not often that one hears of ferret being vanquished by a rat but the one owned by Billie wid Raer was not Only whipped by a rat but was placed on the Cooling Board. The rat that did the work is said to be nearly As Large As a cat. He Cut the ferrets Throat and made a meal off its fore legs. If possible that rat ought to be caught and placed on exhibition. Pleasant Musicale. Lovers of Melody Are enjoyably entertained by or. Herke. Those who took part in the methodist sacred concert Given a Short time ago were pleasantly entertained saturday evening by or. Henry Gherke at his pretty Home. Thirty persons were present and All had an enjoyable time the chief diversion was of course music. Mrs. Krotz Sang a the holy City in her exquisite manner mrs Schrack miss Fannie Rife and miss Anna Kress Sang the Trio a night sinks on the wave in a Beautiful manner while the Host charmed the audience by singing a Marguerite a which Plain Tive Melody was a great favorite a few years ago. Or. Charles Squire played in his inimitable manner a Fine piano selection and m. Francois Blanchard also favored the guests with a piano selection. During the evening Light refresh ments were served sans ceremonies the decorations were lilacs and potted plants. The guests from out of town were mrs. Stahlberg and miss Blank of Toledo. Why suffer with dyspepsia Chas. Broome 850 South second St. Philadelphia says a it took Only two months for brazilian Balm to cure me of dyspepsia with which i suffered Over 30 years. Now i have no pain or stomach cough and can eat anything. Brazilian Balm beats the Ili and this morning at la o clock Fred Balske. Aged 80 years committed suicide the Little repair shop which was owned and conducted by him on Ottawa Avenue East Defiance. For the past five or six Vears the old Man has been in ill health. The doctors pronounced his malady consumption and a year ago said they could do nothing for him. He has been in Low spirits since that time. This morning before committing the terrible deed he went to the Home of one of his neighbors. Joe Bender. Before leaving he Shook hands with or. Bender and bade him a Good Bye a saying a you will never see me again a or. Bender thought this Odd but paid no further attention to it. Upon leaving Bender or. Balske went directly to his shop and made a sort of a Cannon ont of a piece of Gas pipe about eight inches Long. This he fastened to a Wagon bolster with wires filled it with shot and pieces of old Iron and seating himself upon a chair before it touched a match to the powder. An explosion immediately followed and the old Man was shot in the heart his breast being horribly mangled. Neighbors heard the explosion and rushed to the spot where or. Balske was found lying Back in the chair dead. The Coroner was summoned and he was taken to the Home of his son Adolph Balske. The funeral will take place wednesday Rev Spannuth of St. Johns Church officiating. Or. Balske lived with his youngest son Adolph Balske on Ottawa Avenue. Last Winter he secured a gun and it is now thought he at that time attempted to take his life. He failed however the Ball striking the Side of the Wall knocking off some of the plastering. When questioned As to what he was doing with the gun he made an excuse and it was not suspected that he meant to kill a himself. Since then however dangerous weapons had been kept ont of his reach or. Balske was the father of ten children All of whom Are living. His wife died about 12 years ago. The names of the children Are mrs. Agust a snuff Angust Balske William Balske Fred Balske Gustave Balske Aud Adolph Balske of Defiance mrs. Min Nie Noack Henry Balske and Edward Balske of Dayton and Robert Balske. Of grand Junction Iowa. Tvo fld fresh As the morning Dew luscious and Sweet at l a dressmakers troubles. Eyes strained nervous system shattered and brain affected the patient then becomes a wreck. From the Leader Cleveland Ohio. Quot a dressmaker Yon know her work is by the very nature of her work complied to overtax herself in Many ways. This is especially True of the eyes and nerves and therefore the brain and almost every other Organ of the body. Very often a dressmaker must work by lamp or gaslight Aud thus an undo Strain is imposed on her optic nerves. Tho result of this Over tension with me was a constant and severe headache lassitude loss of appetite Ami loss of sleep. Being in that condition my work a naturally performed in a perfunctory manner and for a while i a compelled to rest entirely. While bending Over my machine or putting the finishing touche to a new garment my head would ache so violently that i could scarcely see. Often i went Home and to bed supper Les because i had no appetite for food. And even then i was unable to sleep and tossed about in mental and physical misery Ami so spoke miss Margaret Cain of no. Lit Baretta St., Cleveland Ohio. A did i try any remedy i trial fifty of them and they proved worthless. Then on the recommendation of a Friend who said she used them in her family and would use nothing else i bought Box of Pink pills for Pale people at Juo. Asp inst drug store on Prospect Street Corner of Erie. At the time i purchased the pills i was suffering keenly from headache and a general worn out feeling. But i quickly began to recover my former spirits Ana vigor. The pills worked like a Charm Ami not Only drove away the pain in my head and Tyty feeling so we it needs no description but restored my Ami that tired Foehn Well known that appetite. The Medicine did even More than that. It made me Strong and i began to increase in weight after buying the second la of. My appetite was More vigorous than it Ever was before in my life a and i was stronger and Flesher. Before the second Box of rills was exhausted i had to Stop taking them because i waa increasing so rapidly in site and weight a a it is scarcely necessary for me to say that the pills cured me of my headache and All the accompanying ailments. They did that and built up my system wonderfully. I now keep a Box of the pills in my House All the time. And whenever i am troubled with a headache or am feeling indisposed in any other Way i simply take a Pill and drive the ache pain or weariness away. I have recommended the pills to others who follow the same occupation that i do and they have profited by the suggestion and Are a sincere in their Praise of the Medicine As i am. A or. Williams Pink pills contain in a condensed form All the elements necessary to give new life and Richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. Pink pills Are sold by All dealers or will lie sent Post paid on receipt of Price scents a lion or six boxes for $2.50 they Are never sold in bulk or by the Tooby addressing or. Williams1 Medicine company Schenectady n. Y. A slogging i a the Bryan team did not put up much of a game. Democratic caucuses. Defiance county will Hunt one i k. Decker of la and drug. The democratic caucuses to elect delegates to the senatorial convention passed off quietly. Defiance county will doubtless favor a Glaize and Van Wert county men. The delegation will be a unit against w. E. Decker of Paulding and when the Day of the convention Rolls around he will find that the Defiance county bourbons Are after him with a Dpi Seneda knives. The bitter and uncompromising tight he made against w. D. Hill in the convention that nominated David Meekison for Congress has not been forgotten and the boys will Down him if possible. Billie wants to keep an Eye on Defiance county. The delegates elected in this City Are As follows first Ward a. D. Hill Louis Spring and John a. Deindoerfer. Second Ward Henry Jennings j. J. Malley John Mccarty and Peter f. Seibel. Third Ward a. Smith and d. W. Coy. Fourth wards. A. Hull j. D. Abele and Al Peters. Obituary. Mrs. Christ Miller of Sherwood died this morning at 10 30, aged about 75 years. The time of the funeral has not been announced. A valuable prescription. Editor Morrison of Worthington ind., a Sun a writes a you Haye a vain aide prescription in electric bitters and i can cheerfully recommend it for constipation and sick headache and As a general system tonic it has no equal. A mrs. Annie Stehle 2625 cottage Grove ave., Chicago was All no Down could not eat nor digest food had a Back ache which never left her and Felt tired and weary but six bottles of electric bitters restored her health and renewed her strength. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Get a bottle at j. L. Scott a drug store. Hands Attlio head. Aug. J. Bogel the leading druggist of Shreveport. La., says a Cdr. Kings new discovery is the Only thing that cures my cough and it is the Best seller i j. F. Campbell merchant of Safford. Ariz., writes or. Kings new discovery is All that is claimed for it it never fails and is a sure cure for consumption coughs and colds. I cannot say enough for its or. Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds is not an Experiment it has been tried for a Quarter of a Century and to Day stands at the head. It never disappoints. Free trial bottles at j. L. Scott a drug store. I there was an immense crowd present at Ball Park sunday to witness the game Between the Bryan and Defiance teams. It was not much of a contest the Jug being in one in i of the sack it was Bryan a first first game of the season. The team May have in it the making of a great team Bat there Are several things that will have to be done before it reaches the Point of greatness. Bryan usually sends out a Strong aggregation especially when Defiance is the Battle ground and that it should have lost by a score of 19 to 7 is a genuine Surprise. The fact that Bryan was so weak militated against the Home team and it allowed somethings that doubtless would not have been granted if the players had been More evenly matched. The score by innings was As follows 123456789 Defiance. 4 8 4 i 2 0 4 i i 19 Bryan .0 0 13 1110 0�?7 batteries Madden Koehel Brown Brev Naken. Erros Defiance 5, Bryan 3. Two base hits Mccarty Brown and Burt. Three base hit Koehel. Home runs croak and Kochel. Bases stolen Grant Schultz Heller Burt Brown Nineteen hits off Brown to off Madden. Struck out by Madden 5 by Brown 3. Hit by Pitcher of Brien. Umpire Joe of Rourke. Notes. The Bryan team is stopping with mrs. Sam Starr at the b. Amp o. Depot. Chas. H. Herbrand one of the pitchers of the Home team and miss Meda Hammond of Ashland were married by Justice Hunter this morning. The indians at Wapakoneta want to play Defiance for $100 a Side at some place other than Wapakoneta or Defiance. Manager Seible telephoned the manager of the indians that the deft Ance team was not organized to promote games of Chance but to give the people some amusement. Bets Are not allowed to be made upon the grounds. It is stated that Chas. A. Brown the Bryan Pitcher will join the Dayton team the games Here being the last with Bryan. Asthma can 15e cured. J. R. Niblo sex school superintendent of Rochester pa., says a i have been a great sufferer from asthma for years but i have had a splendid Winter owing to the surprising Efficacy of brazilian a lady in Cincinnati who had suffered with asthma for 17 years could not lie Down was perfectly cured with brazilian Balm. Too to Cream and wat at 9 9 9 bakery and Ancy. Bananas a. The popular grocer. "�?�"9 j. Widmer amp sons battlers and wholesale and retail dealers in the celebrated Buckeye of Toledo and Milwaukee Beers also pure Maumee River ice. your order with the Widmer ice co. If you want the Best and purest ice in the City. Do not buy ice taken from the Mouth of the sewers As the Board of health May get after you when warm weather comes As it is not fit to use in any cooler especially where meats and butter Are kept our ice is taken from the Maumee River at least 800 feet from any sewer. Phone 70, office 203 glint Orv St. J. Ii. A i. Announcement for the Tennessee exposition which opens at Nashville May 1st, and continues until oct. 31st, agents of the h. Amp d. Railway will sell excursion tickets. Persons desiring to go to Nashville will be furnished full information regarding time of trains Etc., on application to agents of the c., h. Amp d. By. Between through sleeping car line Detroit and Louisville. On May 30, 1897, the Wabash Railroad in connection with the Pennsylvania lines will reopen the Linb of through sleeping cars inaugurated last season Between Detroit and Louisville via Logansport leaving Detroit daily at 3 20 p. In. And Louisville at 9 05 p. In. Direct connections Are made at Louisville for All Points South and at Detroit with Lake and rail lines Foj the summer resorts of the North. Take notice the Baltimore bakery will sell you from May 1st to october 1st their famous ice Cream at $1 per gal., or 25c per it. Special rates to churches and societies. Phone 115. 300tf done to wait. Have painting and your paper hanging. Done now and avoid the Rush later. Ill do the work at very Low prices. Call me up with a postal card E. Miller

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