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Defiance Daily Republican (Newspaper) - November 28, 1896, Defiance, Ohio Wid u open too for at lost Childs kid Mitten with fur around wrist. Please leave same at the grocery company. The Defiance a Good reliable and experienced girl. Good waiter inquire at no. 323 anted a g a girl. Good Jackson Street. Defiance. O. Good sewing girl As apprentice to a dressmaker. Inquire at 422 Seneca Street East Defiance. For House. 419 third Street. Advantageous location and terms. Nellie Moore 866 Clinton Street. Vul anted lady clerks at the Detroit invest it ment cons store Smith Block 408 Clinton Street Defiance o. 1896 november. 1896 us. To. To. We. The. Fri. Sat. I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Roll 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 co cd 27 28 29 30 the weather report u. S. Depot. Of a riot re weather Bureau. Washington nov. 28, 1896. Ohio rain or Snow to night Clearing to fair sunday. Decidedly colder tonight continued colder sunday. Willis l. Moore chief of weather Bureau. Everything the Best freshest cheapest coca i never saw a purple cow i never Hope to see one but this ill Tell you anyhow id rather see than eat one. Nes Russel House Block. This is the place to get your candies fruits nuts cigars and tobaccos As you not Only save Money but get the finest goods in the Market. Excellent fresh tub oysters. Chas. 606ayne. Groceries and id still rather get some Nice fresh of a. Krotz have them Well cooked and enjoy a feast fit for an epicure. Groceries All fresh and cheaper than anywhere else. For at Browne a Ila Ken. Frank Kelley is in Napoleon to Day de Otis of Milford township is in town to Day. Hon. John w. Winn has returned from Crestline. John West Way of the Woolen Mills returned from Fremont Friday where he had been visiting his sister since last tuesday. Rev. P. P. Pope. Pres. Elder of this m. E. District was in town wednesday evening on business with reference to the new Church building. A Continental news. De Zeigler of Defiance was a guest at the Home of f. F. Shoner last wednesday. Miss Mary Rostetter is spending thanksgiving in Defiance with her sister mrs. Fred Wolsiffer. Or and mrs. S. F. Shelly of Defiance eat their thanksgiving dinner with Napoleon friends today. Fred Weisenburger and or. Fink of Defiance spent sunday evening at the Home of f. F. Shoner. Kimble Rakestraw of Defiance and Walter Shelly of Liberty Center attended the club dance at this place tuesday evening. The following parties from Defiance were in this City last sunday misses mate Dicus Leonora Hengstler Carrie Dicus and Anna Hengstler and messes. Geo. Holmes John Frost Kelley Stoll Dick Palmer Earl mallets Harvey Stevens. Dick Matson and Carl Northwest. A the weather is quite wintry today a Bree Oyster soup at Widmer a to night a Wagner the Ball player visited Here this week. A the Korosis will meet with mrs. Pope monday afternoon. A admission to the doll reception to cents. Refreshments 15 cents. 2t a Jasper Beightler and mrs. Mary Mitchel have been licensed to wed. Red Groweg went to Sherwood to Day to ship several car loads of Hay. A John Miller an eccentric Bachelor living near Sherwood is reported As being crazy. A the commissioners report for Williams county appeared in the Bryan papers this week. A Anderson the tailor is making suits from $15 up. Pants from $4 up. Opposite opera House. 167d6 miss Lena Woodward and miss Emma Miller have accepted positions at Woodward a pharmacy. A the first Bizzard of the season struck the town Friday night. Its breath was quite bracing. Red Brady has opened up his store at the foot of Clinton Street and has some very handsome surveys for Sale. A an inspector of bake shops is headed this Way. Our Bakers ought to have Ever thing in Apple pie order before he puts in his appearance. A Homer Young of Bryan had a leg broken by being struck by a Telephone pole. Young was a teamster and was employed in this City some time ago hauling Brick. A the funeral of mrs. Durell who died wednesday night occurred from the residence in East Defiance at la a. Rn., today. The remains were interred in the Riverside cemetery. A ask agents of the Nickel plate Road for full information about the Home seekers excursions to Points in the Northwest West Southwest and South on nov. 17, dec. I and 15. 154-tf w a Johnson the coloured Man shot by John d. Vinegar in Paulding county some Days ago is dead and his remains have been taken to Yan Wert for interment. Vinegar is in jail under charge of murder in the first degree. A we Are informed that N. Lewis of Defiance contemplates putting a Stock of notions in his vacant store room next door to Martin amp songs. The Stock will be on hand and the business opened within a couple of Hicksville news. A the Defiance sub District of the Epworth league comprising the chapters at Antwerp Dupont Paulding Melrose Paulding circuit Scott and Payne charges will hold a convention in the m. E. Church at Payne on december i and 2, 1896. All the Young people of these charges Are cordially invited to attend and the hospitality of Payne is extended to them by the Payne society. A mrs. Andy Smith and daughter went to Toledo to Day. A Schultz amp Krotz loaded a car Load of sheep at the Wabash to Day. A Nichalos Krabacz of East Defiance is seriously ill with stomach trouble. A the w. C. T. U. Will meet with mrs we. Tra is monday afternoon at 2 30 of clock p. In. A will Geiger is Busy designing some thing new in furniture which will soon be offered to the Trade. A the Wabash work train is gathering up the old steel rails East of this City. They were recently supplanted by new and heavier rails. A there will be a meeting of Ben Hur tuesday evening. All members requested to be present As there is Busi Ness of importance. A a. G. Mallett has moved his shop into the room next to h. P. Miller s place. Beechy the agricultural Man also occupies the same room. A the ladies missionary society of the presbyterian Church will meet at the Home of miss Agnes Biedersteadt on Clinton Street monday. Nov. 30, at 2 30 p. In. Red Snyder has opened up his place in the old Philip Wolsiffer stand next door to Schoninger s meat Market. He has a pleasant place and invites All of his friends to Call and see him. A Peter Kettenring who has just returned from a business trip is much encouraged by the Outlook and says factory men in every direction Are cleaning up and getting ready for business. A the Many friends of or. And mrs Dan Harmon will be pained to learn that Fred e., their eldest son died at the Home of his parents in Toledo thursday aged 21 years and 18 Days the funeral occurred to Day at 2 p. In a the report that prosecutor Tim t Ansberry had slipped away and got married thanksgiving is not True when Tim gets married there will be bands and processions and a few feasts and my re than that Fred Hilton will carry the Green Flag of Ireland at the head of the procession. A Henry won Derby Geo. W. Watkins and Albert Coy have leased 2.000 acres of land in Mark township and Are now organizing a company to Prospect for Oil. They have the Best territory in Mark and we think Are sure winners if they put Down test Wells which they expect to do. There is no question but what we have plenty of Oil in county. All that is needed is to c of it. A Juliet Holgate Bouton who buried Friday was born oct. 30, i i in Burlington. It. She removed with her family to Defiance in 1837, a having been a resident of this City for almost sixty years. She was in married to or. H. C. Bouton in 1846. He died in 1877. She was the Mother of seven children five of whom Are living. She had thirteen grand children seven of whom Are living and one great grand child. Pictures of East Defiance life caught by a pocket Kodak. The misses Frances and Maggie Garver and Levi Garver of mount Gilead Are the guests of or. And mrs John Garver. Dave Clemmons went to new a Friday. Bava or. Warren of the country spent thursday with or. And mrs. Harmon Mink. Or. And mrs. John Ort entertained at a thanksgiving dinner the following guests or. And mrs. Jacob Fillman or. And mrs. Philip Hahn or. And mrs Emmett Dicus miss Julia Gilson and will Gilson. Or. Scammon of Chicago spent thursday with g. W. Fuller and family. Miss Amelia Oleson Fred Bloomdale and Albert Oleson were pleasantly entertained at the Home of or. And mrs. Albert Anderson thursday evening. _ or. And mrs s. A. Maxwell were Host and hostess at a pleasant party Given at their Home on East second Street thursday even no in compliment to their son Clyde of Toledo music was furnished by miss Ona Maxwell and or. Hilbert miss Maxwell played the piano and or. Hilbert the autoharp. Dancing and card playing were also indulged in. During the evening Nice refreshments were served. Those present were or. And mrs. A. F. Sterling miss Betty Oleson and messes. Emmett Ashe William Ash Fred Weisenberger had Warren and Elmer Hilbert. Walter Lambert and family spent thanksgiving Day with friends in the country. Clyde Maxwell returned to his Home at Toledo Friday after spending thanksgiving Day with his parents Here. Mrs. Lome and daughter of Sherwood Are the guests of mrs. Ira Gard Ner. The ladies of the w c. T. U. Will meet to sew for the poor at the Home of mrs. W. C. Travis on Summit Street monday afternoon. A full attendance is desired. Mrs. Samuel Meeks pleasantly entertained the family of c. E. Meeks at dinner on thanksgiving Day. Electric Bittern. Electric bitters is a Medicine suited for any season but perhaps More generally needed when the languid exhausted feeling prevails when the liver is torpid and sluggish and the need of tonic and alterative is Felt. A prompt use of this Medicine has often averted Long and perhaps fatal billions fevers no Medicine will act More surely in counteracting and freeing the system from the malarial Poison. Headache indigestion. Constipation dizziness yield to electric bitters. 50c. And $1.00 per bottle at j. L. Scott a drug store. I a doll reception the Episcopalian dolls will receive their friends at the citizens opera House Hall monday and tuesday evenings december 7th and 8th. From 6 to 12 p. Rn., in Honor of their guests from abroad. Viz. Dolls from the different states of the Union you Are cordially invited. They Are Royal entertainers and assure you a grand time. The guests from Lynchburg va., and Buffalo n. V., have already arrived they object seriously to being met at the depot by the band As it would so publicly announce their arrival. But we will secretly through the columns of this paper advise you of their coming daily. 2t Otti Eirtle vote for Coort in the following is the official vote for congressman in the fifth District counties. Meek Ison. Dewitt Rice. Putnam. 25 11 49 Henry. 2515 or Defiance. 2474 425 Paulding. 35x5 58 Wert. Sno 12 Williams. 3213 is Trtat. 18,278 042 Meekison a plural to 6,104. A close plenty of oysters Cran berries celery Sweet potatoes. Bananas and oranges for thanksgiving at j. F. Singer Cash grocery. For. Flower pots Jar diners Cusp Dors Etc., at Carroll amp co 422 Clinton Street. Phone 102 new company phone 30 old company j cd j k what Tho marchioness sees and hears in be Beau Monde. Study of these figures May open George n. Rice a eyes to the populist inhumanity to to list. Death of or. Lit Jill. Robert Kepler died at his Home on Jefferson Street this City at 12 21 p. Iii. To Day aged about 61 years. He has been sick for three years. He leaves one daughter mrs. Baker of pleasant Bend. The funeral will occur from the House at i p. In. Monday. The remains will be interred in the hire grave Yard South Richland township. The deceased was in the army during the War and was widely known in the country. Dill Yod Etc. Try electric bitters a a remedy for your troubles if not get a bottle now my get Relief. This Medicine has been Lound to be peculiarly adapted to the Relief and cure of All female complaints exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to he organs. If you have loss of appetite consumption headache fainting spells or Are nervous sleepless excitable melancholy or troubled with dizzy spells electric bitters is the Medicine you need. Health and strength Are guaranteed by its use. Fifty cents and $1.00 at j. L. Scott a drug store. 3 a merry company of the Young members of the social set enjoyed a pleasant dance in Elk Parlours yesterday after noon. It was a very informal affair Given compliments to miss Nina Lewis guest. Miss Mcbride of Paulding. Those who participated in the dance were misses Rebah Abell Minnie Groweg. Frances Williams. Minnie Davis Bettie Davidson Ethel French and Nina Lewis of Defiance the misses Gertrude and Frances Rocky of Napoleon miss Mcbride of Paulding Aud miss Bessie consist. Of Toledo. Messes. Richard Sutphen. John Davidson John Chenevert and Webb Wood of this City and hairy Stonehill of Paulding. Mrs. Sullivan of Urvilla will spend sunday in this City the guest of mrs. Kirtley. Miss Myrtle Scribner who has been the guest of mrs Fred Travis returned to her Home at Napoleon Friday. Cecil Gardner returned to his Home at Napoleon Friday. Harvy Egan returned to his Home at Toledo Friday. Carl Groweg returned to his Home at Toledo Friday after spending thanksgiving with his parents Here. Programme for the doll reception to be Given at the opera House Hall monday evening december 7th instrumental selection by King Cole and fiddlers three. Address master of ceremonies. The Kings pie. The doll Drill. Death of the dolls two naughty girls. Selection Bessy Betts. Dance by dolls from the Union. Our baby doll show by a Young Mother. Parade of the dolls. Instrumental selection. 2t Deal Rick Moran. William j Deatrick and Maggie Moran were married wednesday evening at 8 of clock at the residence of Rev. P. Kinkead. They had a House prepared at h49 Jefferson Street to which they repaired and received their friends. They had supper and then danced until a late hour. A Large number of their friends were present All wishing the newly married couple a Long and Happy life. The following gifts were received by the Young people or. And mrs. Vav. Hanker Oak rocking chair or. And mrs. Jacob Deatrick Willow rocking chair or. And mrs. Harmon Miller $10. Or. And mrs. Cha. Tessera stand or. And mrs. Geo. Weisenberger Aud son Art. A Silver Pickle dish mrs. Mary Krotz lower vase or. And mrs. L. Beard vase and Mirror or. Aud mrs. John i infers China cups and saucers join and de timbers and de Young easel and picture or. Joe English and miss Dorisia Bohn easel and picture Charles Deatrick $10, or. And mrs. Peter Wilhelm set of knives Aud Forks miss Carrie Marshall cheese cover miss Mattie Rowe pair of towels or. Ami mrs. L. N. Jackson pair of towels or. Aud mrs. De Bronson one half dozen China plates sugar howl and Cream Pitcher mrs. Annie timbers Aud Phoebe lamp Louis Palmer fancy Oak rocking chair or. Aud mrs. John Baker. China fruit dish or. Aud mrs. A. E. Chapman Fine fancy carpet or. And mrs. John Hayes and son Aud wife fancy Oak Rocker. Or. Aud mrs. Frank Moran fancy bag and picture. Or. Aud mrs Tom Newton pair vases. The misses Gertrude and Frances Rocky of Napoleon who were the guests of miss Frances Wilhelm returned Home Friday evening. Too a a some cold weather. Portland or., nov. 28.�?the thermometer registered 21 degrees above Zero which is i degree colder than it has been in Portland for 24 years on or before this Date. In Eastern Oregon the weather is also very cold. At Zemela in the Blue mountains the thermometer registered 15 degrees below Zero. I toy. Newport r. I., nov. 28.�?mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt entertained 368 news and messenger boys at a Turkey dinner in masonic Temple. Id tue Utt Tell Ellics. Services to be held tomorrow in this City. Services will be held in the various churches of the City tomorrow As per announcement of the pastors below As a Nile divine services in Defiance Are Well attended All the churches have Able Jia stors. Let a it a Over the list and take your Choice. Citizens opera House Bess 3d, 18%. A Butler amp Kennedy Sall United Brethren in . E. Pilgrim pastor services to Morrow As follows Bible school at 9 30 a. In. Preaching at 10 45 a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Junior Endeavor 3 30 p. In., prayer meeting thursday evening at 7 30 of clock. A warm Welcome to All. The comedy Success of the Timea # a comedy Cyclone. Written expressly for a laugh maker. A cast of dramatic artists. A play for the people. Note the Date. Reserved seats on Sale at bechel9 s drug store 5. 35. 50 and 75 cts. The maker St. Paul a methodist episcopal Church a Corner Wayne and third streets Rev. A. Edwin Smith pastor. Services tomorrow As follows class meeting at 9 30 a. Rn., led by win. Kasbaum preaching at 10 30 a. Rn., subject of Sermon a something about shadows. A sunday school at 12 rn., or. Virgil Squire superintendent Epworth league at 6 p. In. Preaching at 7 p. In. Subject of Sermon a scylla and this is the third in the series of sermons on a social All Are Welcome. Good music. Reformed Church a Rev. L. D. Benner pastor. Services in English to Murow at to a. M., Sun time. Sermon by the e pastor. Subject a walking with sunday school at 9 a. In. All Welcome. Art exhibition. On wednesday and thursday december 2 and 3, miss Alvira Bevington will give her annual Art exhibition at her Home on Wayne Street to which the Public gentlemen As Well As ladies Are cordially invited. 3 rheumatism cared in a Day. A a Mystic cure for rheumatism and neuralgia radically cures in i to 3 Days. Is remark Boc klan to Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains j its action upon the system comes and All skin eruptions and pos Stively cures piles or no pay required it is a i a ran teed to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box Able and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefits 75 cents. Sold by j l. Scott druggist Defiance d 227-Ly w 8-Ly the Shah will in Renolde. Teheran nov. 28.�?the Shah announces that hereafter he will dispense with a Premier and will preside in person Over the Cabinet which will consist of 12 ministers. Reducing Theka the. Berlin nov. 28.�?the budget committee of the lower House of the prussian diet adopted the Bill providing for the conversion of the 4 per cent Consols into 3vs Stock. Red aced rat in to the Northwest West Southwest and South via the popular Nickel plate Road on nov. 17, and dec. I and 15, account of Home seekers excursions. Inquire of agents for full particulars. 154-tf w a. To a a a flashes from the wires electrical current gathered fresh from the new Field. King Alexander of Servia called on the Pope. Frank Cote of Lowell mas#., killed his wife and then suicide. Walter l. Rhue to a Brooklyn football Flayer wan killed in a game. Cuban Farmer have been ordered to deliver their Grain to the Spanish troop. Secretary of War Lamont Renews his recommendation for a reorganization of the infantry. Relative of mar Hall Ltd payoff of new York think he a been murdered and robbed in Colorado. England i awaiting the ratification of Mexico of the bawls of settlement of the Honduras Boundary dispute. The German Secretary of state for the Interior refused to discuss in the Reichs tug the russian duties on Fine leather goods. Suede of Minnie Haus Selbah at Trenton n. J., a been to thoroughly established that the murder theory has been abandoned. Colonel Abernethy of the fourth new Jersey National guard says be a been ordered to hold by regiment in readiness to go to Florida. A. Hutchinson an american and Marquis de Montmore fought a Duel with pistols in Paris about a woman. Of course neither was injured do not despair because you have tried Many medicines and have failed to receive Benefit. Remember that hold a a Sarsaparilla cures when All others fail to do any Good whatever. Hoods pills Are the beet family cathartic and liver Medicine. Harm i Ess reliable. Bura. Our lady of perpetual help Church pm. P. Kinkead. Pastor. Early mass at 9 80 a. In. High mass and Sermon at 10 30 a. In. Sunday school at 2 p. In. Vespers Sermon and Benediction at 7 30 p in. All Welcome. First Baptist Church Corner Wayne and third streets j. R. H. Latchaw d. Pastor. Sabbath school at 9 15 a. In preaching at 10 30 a. Iii. And 7 p. In. Evangelistic prayer service from 6 to 7 p. In. Young Peoples meeting tuesday evening from 7 to 8p.m. Midweek prayer meeting thursday from 7 30 to 8 30 p. In. Subject of the morn ing Sermon a repentance a condition of evening theme a the voice of god to strangers ave always Welcome. The Public is cordially invited. Evangelical Church Rev. H. Sten Inger pastor. Sunday school at 9 30 a. In. Young Peoples meeting at 6 p. In. Subject for discussion a the Christian preaching service at 7 p. Rn., subject a bartering for everybody invited. Presbyterian Church a Rev. B. W. Slagle pastor. Morning service at 10-30 Sabbath school at 12 in Junior Endeavor at 3 p. In senior Endeavor at 0 p m evening service at 7, with lecture on Church history. A cordial invitation is Given to All who May be inclined to worship with us. Grace episcopal Church Rev. George s. May Rector. The right Rev. W a. Leonard d. A. Bishop of Ohio will preach and administer the rite of confirmation in Grace Church to Morrow at 10.30 a. In. Sunday school at 12 in. The vestry will meet the Bishop immediately after the morning service. No afternoon service. There were very full entries in the Hackney and harness classes at Tho now York horse show. Or. Dunham brought some of his handsomest French coaches from Illinois. The classes for Saddle horses of various kinds were larger than usual the Polo ponies attracted much attention while the High jumpers wore simply out of sight. A successful horse breeder says that during the Winter season he keeps his stallions clean and gives them Grain twice a Day with All the rough feed they want part Hay part fodder and part clean Bright Straw. In the coldest weather the Grain is Corn. As summer approaches he increases the Grain somewhat. Live Stock of All kinds except horses is comparatively scarce this season and Tho Prospect is that prices will be Good. At the same time the most tremendous Corn crop Over raised in America has to be eaten no. Of devised crab ack # Ouel Ion the following correspondence Between or. Mcmenamin the Well known producer of hermetically sealed sea food of Hampton va., and the Postum Cereal co., May interest some As it touches a Point upon which there have been some question. A Ham pit on �?Postum Cereal co., Battle Creek 1 replying to your letter i beg to say that your health Coffee has a flavor so far As i can remember of the Best Coffee and this Coffee flavor was so pronounced that i suspected that Coffee was mixed with Orther grains i served it to some of my guests without telling them what it was and they pronounced it very excellent Coffee. One of them was a Coffee Drinker who had to have it three times a Day. I would like to know if there is any Coffee in it. Very truly yours James a a Battle Creek Mich a or. James Mcmenamin Hampton a. Dear sir we have your esteemed favor of the 28th, and in reply to your inquiry As to the ingredients will say that we Are willing to stake every Penny we can get together that Postum not Only does not contain Coffee but that it is composed strictly and entirely of pure cereals of the Field the greater portion being the various parts of wheat. It took us nearly a year of experimenting to pro Duce Postum the health Coffee. It is an easy matter to make a weak sort of drink from browned Rye wheat or malt but to produce a liquid from the cereals that has the color taste and nourishing properties of our present product taxed our Best energies and that of one of the most expert analytical chemists in America. We Felt a desire to demonstrate the principal that Man s drink at meals should be made from grains without any sort of adulteration or chemical preparation aside from simple looking. It May be further explained that in order to produce Post in the cereals Are cooked in different ways and the final mixing of the proper proportions is what gives us the desired result. There is no possible argument that can be brought Forward that will raise the question for a moment regarding the fixed fact of the healthful nourishing and fattening properties of the cereals furnished by the All Wise creator for Man s natural use. We thank you for your kind letter. Yours respectfully Postum Cereal co., there is but one genuine original Postum Cereal Coffee with a multitude of imitations offered As a just As Home seeker Kocur iou via the Nickel plate Road nov. 17 and dec. I and 15. Low rates to Points in the Northwest West son til West and South. 154 of w my in dime reception ladle of the altar society of St. Mary # Catholic Church will give one. A dime reception will be Given at the Home of mrs August Myers on Jefferson Street by mrs. Daniel Shea and mrs. Gus Myers for the Benefit of our lady of perpetual help Church wednesday evening december 2nd. The social gives Promise of being a very pleasant affair and All interested in the work of this Church Are invited to attend. The head rest donated by the dominican Sisters on which numbers have been sold will be chanced off at this social. Awarded highest honors worlds fair a Fina a my w Cream baking powder most perfect made. A pure grape Cream of tartar powder. Free. From ammo a Alum or any other adulterants 40 years the Standard

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