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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - July 30, 1895, Defiance, Ohio Cd Ca Ca Viz a cd g x to a Vii Ltd it it a to p Ench p f it w d w a r d s r 13 cd b cd e3 913 3 c is k3 �3 e s3 g �3 e 9 b 3 go to. Baltimore bakery. Cor. Clinton amp 5th its for Browne a 4 i ice Cheam it cold lemonade i cakes bread and pastries it Street railway time table. Hereafter Street oars will run the following time a a a a leave first Street for East Defiance 5 50 a. In. And in each direction every 20 minutes thereafter until 9 50 p. In. For East Defiance and 10 20 for Junction. Leave Junction at 6 20 . And every 20 minutes until 10 20 p. In. Leave East Defiance at 6 a. In. And every 20 minutes until to clock p. In. Sundays cars Start two hours later in the morning and Stop running one hour earlier n the evening. Mails sent from and received at Defiance p no Railroad time train mail closk8 Bao 7 44 7 in Bao la Carn to 30 a Wabash la 4a la 20 a in Bao i 40 p in 1 to p m Wabash 2 45 p m 2 20 p m Bao 3 15pm 2 45 p m 1 Bao 4 so p in 4 top in Wabash 6 40 p in 6 is p m All mails for night trains close at 7 30 p. In. Society and personal. What our people Are doing at Home and abroad. Children Stan slippers Anil shoes Cut from $1.25, $1.35 and is. 50 to Only $ i a Iep air one lot child Stan oxfords sold at $1.25, Cut Price 93c for july and August Sale at Lynden swe Stose. Base Ball notes to in weather report. U. S. Department agriculture j weather Bureau it Washington. July 30, 1895. \ Ohio Clearing today fair and cooler tonight fair wednesday. Mark w. Harrington chief weather Bureau. City in Brief. When you a see it in the Republican express it can be relied upon. A mrs. We. List. Tittle is the sick last a there was a Light fall rain night. A a Schlientz the jeweler is taking Stock today. A win. Jones is figuring a big Job roofing at Montpelier. A Adam Allen Oakwood bought a Turnbull Wagon Schlosser amp Burt monday. A Geo. Wilhelm is running a sewer into John renters place Clinton Street today. A Al Sieren wrenched Bis left leg while playing Ball yesterday and is walking with a Cane today. A Daniel Leithauser Jackson Street has just received a Prairie dog from his son Pete at pan handle Texas. A Julius Cassel a Trey a store has his right in a Sling. The trouble is entered in a badly sprained thumb. A Frank b. Gorman has Given up his place with his father m. B. Gorman. Jim Todd now has charge the delivery Wagon at the grocery. A a. Groweg and family have returned Home after a months Outing in the upper Lake Region. Or. Groweg is As Brown As an Indian and As Lively As a boy. Frank Deveraux is in Leipsic. E. R. Mallett is in Paulding today business. James Ansberry returned from Toledo last evening. Miss Mary Royer Seneca county is visiting her brother h. Royer in this City. Tracy Shondel will leave for Napoleon this afternoon to visit her brother will. John Widmer and son John Cooney Marquadt and Clift Norway Are in Bryan today. Miss Holston left for Mound City 111., last evening where she will visit her brother m. S. Holston. Mrs. John w. Lynde and mrs. J. W. Kidney left for Paulding today where they will visited Lynde. Frank Baker Walt Sapp Sandy Givens and Jack Shannon Are attending the Ball game at Paulding today a # a mrs. Francis Jarvis who died at Piqua sunday morning was aged 77 years. A there Are 40 cells in the Battery for the fire alarm system at the Central engine House. The jars have been filled and will soon be ready for service. Pm. Howard received a slight scratch his right hand monday that caused it to swell All out shape. He is receiving treatment from a physician. A mrs. Owen Delaney was murdered at her Home in Deshler sunday evening. Her head was crushed in with a car coupling pin. The husband the woman is believed to be the murderer. Sex sheriff Ewing Mark township was in the City this morning with a Load very Fine potatoes the Best we have seen marketed this season. The Black lands Mark township produce great crops. A John w. Lynde put a pair three buckle plow shoes this morning and left for the wilds Highland township where he will assist John a. Foust in threshing. The two Johns will take turns carrying water and bossing the Job and loafing in the Shade. A mrs. O. I. Loveridge and miss Annette Hooker will give a dime reception for the presbyterian ladies Aid society wednesday evening july 3l8t from 7 to to clock at the Home miss Hooker. Remember dates and attend. Ice Cream and cake will be served. 71-3t Payne team will appear at Ball Park in this City thursday afternoon August 1st. The Defiance team is playing Ball at Paulding today. Quite a number the boys went Down with the players. Divorce granted. Lacy Percy is Given charge her children and granted Alimony. The divorce Case Lucy Percy is. Frank Percy was heard in probate court monday afternoon. Mrs. Percy was granted a divorce Given charge the two children and was granted $300 Alimony. Percy did not appear. Hubbard amp Hockman were the attorneys for the plaintiff. Attention National unionists. R sin y y i it j �$4 it Belt buckles with extra wide ribbon Sterling and Silver plate neat patterns in Felt pins it. At a. L. Schlintz Sti Jil a a a a it a log Ltd a a a a it a. A a ajl melons opened today. Especially officers Ami members Anthony Wayne Council no. Is. You Are hereby invited to meet with the Ayersville Council no. 728, thursday evening aug. 1st, �?T95, at i. O. O. F. Hall in this City. The Ayersville Council will have five candidates to be initiated. It is the desire this Council to have the officers Anthony Wayne Council take charge the meeting and to give the candidates Tho Goat degree. 722t 17th V. V. I reunion at Archbold The annual reunion the i>7th. Regiment V. Y. I., will be held at Archbold Fulton county o., thursday september 5th. Archbold is located the l. S. Amp m. S. Ray. 43 Miles West Toledo where Good connections can be made with other railroads. Arrangements Are being made for a general Good time and nothing will be left undone which will tend to making it a soldiers Day. Cosmos club. Gives a banquet in Honor col. Grabowskii. Farmer township. Mrs. A. H. Sager and daughter Laura spent a few Days last week in Bryan. Mrs. C. W. Mercer and son Edwin Detroit mich., Are spending a few Days with her sister mrs. Emma Ramsey and family. Mrs. Belle Bowker and Eon Neal spent a few Days with her Mother at Bryan last week. James Weldon Edon visited Here last week. Mrs. Milt baser has returned from an extended visit in Michigan. F. O. Hutchins und wife returned last week from a few Days Outing at the Lake at Hamilton ind. Ruben Fitzcharles had the misfortune to have his bicycle stolen while at Bryan saturday. Born july 26th, to . And mrs. Myron Smith a daughter. This place was quite Well represented a Bryan saturday where the loth regiment is in Camp. New potatoes peas string beets Beans the leaders Low prices. The Cosmos club gave a Farewell banquet to col. Arthur Grabowskii one the members at the Crosby House last evening. The spread course was very handsome because we. Kirtley the genial proprietor does not admit any thing else at his hostelry. The members the club present were col. A. Grabowskii Roll Gleason Rev g. S. May Rev. B. W. Slagle. Rev. Father m. P. Kinkead b. B. Kings Bery Sara Olds Chas. Seymour and . E n. Lewis. The members who could not be present were . C. E. Slocum j. J. Jarvis w. A. Hubbard and we. Carter. Father Kinkead was Toast master responses being made by messes. Kingsbury May Seymour e. P. Hooker and a. F. Schrack. Or. Hooker trustee Defiance College was the Only invited guest present aside from representatives the press. The banquet was a delightful affair and must have impressed the fact very i that he ha8 raised forcibly upon the mind col. Grabowskii Chat he left some very warm friends in Defiance. Col. Grabowskii and family left this afternoon Over the b. Amp For Augusta ga., where Fie has been elected president the Summerville Academy a very richly endowed institution. Centenary. A Nice rain Friday evening. Farmers Are blowing for wheat. Charley Willace has a new milk House. Frank Roberts is afflicted with sore eyes. Some people this place attended quarterly meeting at Cascade saturday Ana sunday. William Shock Defiance spent sunday at this place. Some Young people this place attended a meeting at the Catholic Church at Junction sunday. Mrs. U. B. Nicely who has been quite ill for sometime is convalescing. Jacob Morgan is Tho sick list. Oscar Keaser spent sunday with Charley Horner. Some Young people this place went to devils Lake one Day last week. S. Lamb made three sets and threshed egg bushels one Day last week. Quite a number people from Here went to Defiance thursday to hear that Man talk who tread the sacred grass at Washington last Winter. An anti Saloon contest will be held at the Oakland m. E. Church thursday evening August i. All Are cordially invited to attend. North Richland. Several from this Vicinity attended the reunion at Bryan saturday. Joseph Calkins has painted his elevator. Mrs. Smith returned Home Friday from Licking county where she has been for some time. The rain Friday evening was a grand one and will help Corn pasture and potatoes very much. The state boat men have been trying to repair the leak in the dam the past week. Pat Mcdonald threshed 275 bushels number one wheat from eight acres saturday. This is the first wheat for Twenty eight 1 years. Pat is a Good Farmer. The butter factory at Jewell started Wax bean cabbage at Syl Garvert Cash grocery. Up monday morning last week and is gaining every Day. The butter is said to be Fine. They have a Home Market for All that they make. T. R. Carroll Defiance received the first that was sold. Mrs. Parker Toledo returned i Home thursday after a weeks visit with . Shasteen a family at Jewell. The Sabbath schools Richland will hold a picnic some time in August. Preparations Are being made for a Good time. Some sneak thief stole three old turkeys with their Young ones from John Spangler. Mrs. Garver returned Home from Dayton sunday evening where she has been visiting her daughter for some time. Mrs. Ken worthy came with her. A # coming. Or. France formerly new York now the celebrated specialist the France medical Institute by request will visit Crosby House Defiance o., wednesday july 31 and Burnett House Toledo o., Friday and saturday August 2 and 3. The doctor has attained the most wonderful Success in Tho treatment Catarrh blood stomach kidney bladder nervous chronic and special diseases men and women. Or. France after years experience has discovered the greatest cure known for All diseases Peculiar to ladies. Consultation and examination free and invite d the above dates Only. Address All communications to . E. France 717 Franklin ave., Columbus Ohio. A Ltd u30 ranch unprotected. The the Tho late Robert Hay Hamilton asks for troops. New York july 30.�?John c. Of Connor attorney for the executors the late Robert Ray Hamilton has received the following Telegram Market . Ida., july is. Can you get a detachment troops ordered to protect Mary Mere ranch. As planned by Coppinger no troops within 40 Railes. J. I. Sargent. Mary Mere ranch which Robert Ray Hamilton was a part owner is about 40 Miles North Jackson a Hole and close to Tho Southern Boundary Yellowstone Park. Immediately receipt the Telegram . Of Connor placed himself in communication with the military authorities Here in order that Steps might be taken for Tho Protection Sargent. A mrs. M. B. Gorman and miss Alice Sampson will give a dime reception for the ladies altar society next tuesday evening july 30th, from 7 to to clock at the Home mrs. Gorman. Every one invited to attend. 70-3t a a the glory a Young Man is his strength a Richardson a Kola gum contains a certain proportion the famous Kola nut Arr Ca Redby the natives because its wonderful strength giving and sustained ing qualities it this gum is a mild stimulant for digestion and a delicious tonic for mental and physical exhaustion following sever exertion. For Sale by All dealers ni8m-3ci y.-0 / a /

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