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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - October 19, 1899, Defiance, Ohio
Defrance express. Defiance Cut. Thursday. October in 899, a we would like to have you try ott3 o wit condition powders a lib package for 25 at j pod Ward a Vav by Rug store City news budget. Silver plated n at the old general a we Are still Selling these goods Low prices notwithstanding Advance in Price by the manufacturers. You will save Money by buying now of y ingling the jeweler prussian Stock food will keep your horses cattle and sheep in Good condition and prevent disease. A the Ideal pm amp a amp by Weisenberger Emery props for Sale team of horses ones year old the other 9-Yearfresh cow Wagon Hay rack Grain Drill cultivator breaking plows Spring Wagon double set of harness pair of Bob sleds drags Etc. Enquire of m Ary Rath farm 2 Miles East Ayers vide i mile South. Tie tilled by miss Carrie miss Minnie Centi has returned from a two weeks visit at Loraine. Frank Weston of Paulding spent sunday in the City. Ben Moore and Frank Melcher of Paulding spent sunday in the City or. And mrs. Rudolph Dickman. Of new Bavaria spent sunday in this City misses Anoa and Addie we3thover. Of Napoleon spent sunday in this City. Or. And mrs. Harry libber and Terrence Linter of Toledo spent sunday Here. Or. And mrs. Pete Baker and miss Anna Rowe spent sunday at South Ridge. Or. And mrs. Michael Frey entertained the Geiger family of North Ridge sunday. Or. And mrs. Wan settler of Bryan spent sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Alex Bonner. Fred w. Riesling of it. Wayne ind., and Orlinda May of Defiance have been licensed to wed. Mrs. Eli shop. Of Montpelier is the guest of her daughter Goodenough. Who is ill. Mrs. Jos. Blanchard and daughter Nettie spent saturday with mrs. Peter Baker near new Bavaria. De. Smith of North Baltimore spent sunday with his parents i. And mrs. De. Smith on Jackson Street. Cares croup sore Throat pulmonary Over pain of every sort. Or. Thomas electric Oil miss Gertrude German has resigned her position at the Boston store and her place has been Kiser. Mrs. John Hess and miss Rosalie Hess attended the funeral of their aunt mrs. Kitterly. At new Bavaria. Saturday. Or. And mrs. A. Bates and children and Walter Siler spent sunday in the country the guest of the family of John mock. A a dose in time saves or Woods Norway Pine by Tup natures remedy for coughs colds pulmonary diseases of every sort. Mrs. Hattie Mulligan of Chicago is visiting Bere. Mrs. Mulligan will by remembered As miss Hattie Davis former resident of this City. Or. J. M. Mills presiding elder of the methodist can Rob. Of this District has been elected prelate of the grand com to Wandery of knights Templar of Ohio. No one Woald Ever be bothered with constipation if everyone knew How naturally and quickly Burdock blood bit tars regulates the stomach and bowels a petition has been filed in common pleas court by the Board of trustees of the first m. E. Church of Hicksville to sell some real estate belonging to the Church. Scald head is an eczema of the Scalp very severe sometimes but it can be cured. Doan s ointment Quick and permanent in its results. At any drug store 50 cents. Godfrey Deindoerfer and Frank Haller drove out to Brunersburg Over the new cat Road sunday. The let a got a Good shaking up Bat enjoyed the trip. They say the wheat is coming a very rapidly. Isadore Schwaeble. Who has been connected with Lyndes shoe store has severed his connection there and is now employed at Kittner s clothing store. Isadore is a Good Salesman and will undoubtedly be successful id his new place. While Carl May. Who is employed at the Bass hardware store was working a a Furnace at Martin s furniture store monday a piece of steel hew off and and struck Bim in the Eye making a painful wound. Or. Slocum dressed the wound which was not serious. The Wabash railway people have a gang of men at work excavating for the Ralston ave. Bridge in North Defiance. As the Wabash people propose to change the Grade til both Bridges the people of North Defiance can yet Stop the work if they bring suit it once against the Wabash railway to prevent a change of Grade. The building of those Bridges is an outrage upon the people. Woman not murdered but unmercifully beaten. There was a report current on the streets saturday evening that a woman had been murdered near Independence. The officers of the Law were sent out to investigate the matter but no arrests were made because when the officers arrived on the see Nee neither the supposed victim nor the red handed culprits were to be found. It appears that the disturbance was caused by a band of movers. Some of the men were amusing themselves by beating one of the women with the gang whose cries alarmed some passers by. Who came to town and spread the report of a woman being murdered. She received an unmerciful beating according to All reports but accompanied the gang of their Way. Dev Ayers was in Napoleon on Husi Ness monday. Ankney Della r. Frazy and Ira mrs. Leslie i been licensed to wed. Has by a perfect talking machine. A full and com o plete line of records to select from. Watches and clocks at prices that will please. See our line of jewelry. At Mollencupp a leading jeweler optician weds miss Kramer at st. Joseph Missouri today. Fred Fritch and miss Ada Kramer were married today at 3 30 of clock at the Home of to Bride s parents in st. Joseph to. The attendants were miss Minnie Kernast and Bert Fritch of this City. It was a very elegant affair and after the reception the Young couple left for Chicago and Niagara Falls which cities they will visit before returning to Defiance where or. Fritch has an elegant Home prepared for his Bride. Both Young people Are popular Here and their Friend Are preparing a rousing reception for them. Foh utile m we Lia Veja Fine line of Box calf shoes for your Little boys and a line of Nici Box calf and Kangaroo calf shoes for your girls. The Best for fall Anc Winter Wear. A Tablet Given free with every pair of school shoes Only. Our menus $3.50 Crescent shoe in Tan and Black cannot he beat for the Price. At the Lype Cash Spe store. Findlay boy wins a Defiance Cirl for his Bride. Mrs. Smith is staying with her daughter. Mrs. E. F. Shumaker at present. Adam Clemens was in Miller City to Day. Looking after Hay for a Groweg. Mrs. L. Wertheimer and children have returned from a visit at Cincinnati. The Little daughter of or and mrs. Emmett Dicus is very ill with lung fever. Miss Mal Rowe will leave next week for Chicago to spend the Winter with Brothers. Miss Loa. Aseh Backer spent the Day with mrs. Asa Haggart on the Ayers Ville Road. Take and John Metz and families of Adams Ridge were the guests of e. F. Shumaker sunday. C. T. Hobart was in the City today to arrange for an excursion to this City from Lima next week Over the c. L. A m. Clifton Norway moved his family to Toledo wednesday. He has secured a position in the Carriage works of Robert Morrison. W. H. Hutchinson and a. V. White. Spent monday at Oakwood they Are telling their friends of some interesting adventures and narrow escapes which they experienced on the trip. Joseph roster was arrested by t. H. Ansberry and a Ronget before mayor Deindoerfer on the charge of disorderly conduct. To was Given $10 and costs Aud sent to the Stone Yard in default of payment. Rev. Lawrence of Toledo a very pretty Church wedding took place this morning at 8 of clock when miss Martha Slimbaugh and or. Joseph Emily were United in marriage at our lady of perpetual help by Rev. Frances Doherty. The Bride was let a comin Gly gowned in a costume of delicate Blue with Satin garnishing and carried Bride s roses. The attendants w Ere miss Mary Boho. Of Defiance and or. Robert Emily of Toledo. The Bride was attired in a gown of Green with lace Over Drees. After the ceremony the bridal party returned to the Home of the Bride s parents in North Defiance where a reception was held for the Young people. There v Ere sixty five guests present. The wedding repast was served on tables daintily trimmed with ferns roses and carnations by or w. Slim Haugh assisted by mrs. John Barber miss Anna russet. At the close of the dinner the handsome brides cake was Cut by the Bride and passed to the guests. At 3 30 this afternoon or. And mrs. Emily left for Findlay where they will go to housekeeping in a cosy Little Home which the Groom has prepared for his Bride. The Bride s going away Gow n was of Brown cloth. Man handsome gifts were received by the Young people As testimonials of the esteem in which they Are held by Many friends. Both Are estimable and highly respected Young people very popular in the set in which they move. The daily express Force acknowledge with thanks the receipt of a Liberal Supply of Choice wedding cake. Obituary. John it. Beiderwell a student of Defiance College died at his Home near Antwerp monday of typhoid fever. The funeral will take place wednesday afternoon from the Church near the Bie Derwill residence six Miles South of the City Rev. J. R. H. Latchaw will officiate. He will be accompanied by Rev. J. M. Mill Quot the deceased was aged Twenty two years. A sad feature of the death is that the family has been greatly afflicted with this dread disease. A daughter died a few weeks ago. And a younger brother of the deceased and his sister miss Celia Bieder Well Are now Down with the b awful disease. Appropriate action was taken by the faculty and students of the College in the matter and some of the classes will be adjourned wednesday. List of those who secured certificates. The following named secured certificates at the september and october examinations Britton Bowker. Farmer 12 months. Henry Schilt Arthur. 12 Missott Peterson. Evansport 12 a a a a Eunice Jordon Hicksville 12 a a Emma Meek Cicero. 12 a a a a Nellie Schneider,defiance24 a a Altie Layman Hicksville.12 a a a a Flora Sill. Moats j a. Wisda. Defiance. Albert Kramer. Edgerton. C r. Deardorf. Hicksville Walter Nihart a a miss Libbie Moore a a High school certificate were 12 a a 12 a a 12 a it 24 a a 12 a a 12 a a issued Herr count von Deindoerfer hat esp Rachel. It takes place in East Defiance sunday at noon. Repro i us Cucaj i i Oil i a ii Iii v co i Mixia canc tentative of the anti Saloon league la clings a the Bosses a a Dos tired at the m. E. Church Sanday Elul scenes in the a a Imp Eveir no. He gave a very Able discourse lobbyists Elbow legislators from which was listened to by a Large Audi in seat Tut a motion to suspend Euce. Rules to allow introduction of Ca Bills is Defeated s. A. Maxwell wife and son claudcjollunpu8 o., March 28.�?the canal drove to Hicksville saturday to attend it mers got an unexpected Black Eye the funeral of w. R. Maxwell. Bouse this afternoon. Two Days Maxwell returned sunday evening. His the Railroad committee had agreed a quiet Home wedding took place at the Home of Geo. May or. On Tacoma Avenue at High noon. Sunday when miss Orlinda May and Fred w. Kiesling were United in marriage by Rev. Mueller of st. Paul a lutheran Church. The Bride looked very pretty in a gown of White Swiss and carried brides is the attendants were miss Alma died and or. Carl May. Tin family being in mourning tin wedding was a very quiet one in ing witnessed Only by the immediate family. A Dainty repast was served on tables exquisitely trimmed in Smilax ferns and White roses by mrs. Henry Sass miss Barbara May. Miss Alma Biede and miss Orlinda Sass. The rooms were handsomely decorated with Palms ferns and a profusion of Cut Flowers. Or. And mrs. Killing left sunday slant evening for their new Horn at it. Hide Ayne we re the Groom has a Beauty to Long Rity lion Ful Home fitted a for his Bride. Or. Keisling is a Young Man of Sterling Worth und holds a Good position in Bon it a Barber shop at it Wayne. Hia Wilton is a popular Young lady of East deft High nce and a a Host of friends to extend was their Best wishes for her fat re Success. Wife and son returned monday evening accompanied by mrs. Maxwells Bister mrs. Addie Porter of Chicago. The boats Buckeye with we. Gales As Captain the Walbridge with capt. We Stocker the Ujj. C. Studier with capt. Maybock the Brooklyn with capt. We. Fisher the boat Emma with capt. T. L. Holsey and the boat a. Tuttle capt. Thos. Doleniak. Have All discharged cargoes of Wood. The a. Tuttle is now loading with Grain for the Toledo Market. A most touching tribute was paid to the memory of miss Annette Hooker at the presbyterian Church. Sunday. The service was in the nature of a memorial service in Honor of the beloved member and organist of the Church whose faithful services will be so greatly missed Rev. B. W. Slagle gave an extemporaneous address taking for his theme the beauties and Joys of heaven the choir Sang without accompaniment the silent Organ being draped in crepe and a profusion of exquisite Flowers it was a Beautiful and touch ing testimonial and goes far to show How deep was the affection Aud esteem in which miss Hooker was held. I i the to Hodsoll can a Hill Al \ it y and in fifteen minutes and at half the Cost we can cloth you handsomely in up to Date suits and overcoats. We be a show of hats and All sorts of furnishing goods. You might need them too come in whether you want to buy or not. Money Back if you want it. King. Backus amp go., clinic a o clot Liin or Stere. To Daniel Kris and r. L. Dix a both of the Hicksville schools. A has. J. Precht of Napoleon and Bertha m. Arps of Defiance county have been licensed to wed. The fair in st. John s i All tuesday evening was fairly Well attended considering the very inclement weather. The ladies of grat e episcopal Church Are making arrangements to put on tin opera a Ermine at the citizens at an Early Date. It will be made up of Home Talent and prof Webster is now in the City to look after the matter. Abraham Baker of North Richland township who went to Cincinnati on october 5th to take the civil service examination for appointment to a clerk ship in the census Borean at Washington. Has been notified that he has successfully passed the examination. He May receive an appointment later. Following taken from the Cleveland Leader of monday will be of interest to members of the reformed chalet in this City. The services of Ohio Synod of the reformed Church today embraced the communion Sermon by Rev. J. Z beam. Of Bettsville the now president and the Sermon in German by Rev. A. Zimmerman. The missionary meeting tonight a addressed by prominent members of the Synod. The pulpits of the various Warren churches were filled by ministers of the Synod. Miss Julia i tuber has elected to become a sister or mercy Aud expects to leave wednesday for the ursuline Convent at Toledo. Miss labor is a Young lady of great moral wort ii and will i greatly missed by her friends in this City Quito a crowd of her friends called on her sunday evening to bid her Farewell. Among those present being misses Mal Rowe Mabel Brady Nellie Weisenberger Julia Houck Clara Robison burnetts Marne and Valeria Haller Margaret Doherty. Nellie con Way. May prey or. And mrs Frank Imber messes. Bert wis Day and Elmer Weisenberger. The evening was spent in a very pleasant manner and was Mach enjoyed by All. It is said that count Herr von Deindoerfer. Mayor by the Grace of a me und got opened up in his speech. Last evening rather severely on the administration of president Mckinley. It is said that John r Mclean wants the German vote and he has sent word out Over the state to capture the dutch and niggers he evidently has corralled Herr Deindoerfer. Now if he get Joe Leach lie will be K. Here. It would appear from the tone of or Deindoerfer speech that he had been having Cable communications with emperor Wilhelm. The emperor is jealous of the giant strides being Blade by Anglo Saxon civilization and would wipe up the Earth with Engligh and americans. Doe or. Deindoerfer wish the United states government to haul Down the Flag in the Philippines Why did not Herr Deindoerfer have something to say in favor of the democratic county ticket or did he accomplish All he cared for at the late democratic convention when he fought John g. Wisda and Johnny Dows and took their scalps Little Carrie Meeks is getting along nicely. Peter Sampson is fitting up an offices in his livery barn on Perry Street. John Norway of Farmer has busted. His place was closed by the sheriff. Will Geiger is travelling through the Eastern part of the state and is Selling lots of goods for his firm. The members of the Philo Athean society will meet this evening. The program arranged for a week ago and postponed on account of the death of Mattie Brown will in rendered. Jessie Bogart formerly of Defiance now of Paine a representative of a South Bend Supply co., was in the City calling on the Trade today. Or. Bogart a employed in the Post office Here in 1866. Tri May who was struck in the Eye with a piece of steel while working at the Furnace in a. Martin s store the Othir Day went to a Hospital at Toledo today. His Eye is in very bad shape and it is feared he will lose it. A i advise parents to have All their boys and girls taught shorthand and Type writing a shorthand writer who can typewriter his notes would be safer from poverty than a great greek Meade in a the Corning d39-4t w it miss Lulu Anderson and or. Earl Mallett will be married at the Home of the brides parents at Newcastle ind., this evening. The Groom is the son or. And mrs. George Mallett. And has a Hest of friends to rejoice with him int his Happy Fortune. Or. P s. Latchaw. A Bard Waie merchant of Mccomb is in the City today. J. M Benner of North Defiance says he draws the line on Kittens being left at his neighbourhood by Humour by inclined boys. W. O. Deatrick of Washington d. A. Is in the City for a few weeks vacation he is visiting his father and Mother on Wayne Street. Or. And mrs. We. Smith of Findlay have moved to this City where they will make their Home in the future. They were formerly residents of Defiance the big Corn contest prepared by the Harley and Whitaker bargain House will take place thursday and will doubtless bring a crowd of Farmers to town. Pulled filled and treated the funeral of Little Philip Good toot place this morning at 9 o clock from st Johns Catholic Church Rev. J. P. Gloden. Officiating. The pall bearers were four Little boys from st. John s parochial schools Alphuns babes Ernest Smith George Krabach and Frank Diehn. The remains were interred in Riverside cemetery. It was a very sad occasion for the Bright Little fellow who has gone to his eternal rest and who was the Pride and pet of lower Hinton Street. Among the Many Beautiful Floral offerings was a handsome design of roses and carnations from the ii. P. Miller co. And employees. The taking away of this Manly Little fellow was a sad blow to his parents who Piave the sympathy of All in their bereavement. Pianos and organs the Best on Earth. Ices eve a mob Paik ail kinds of dentistry done by the latest improved methods by or . Edgar in his new quarters opposite Crosby House. Offered ii Defiance investigate at once. At the same time hear the Angelus self playing piano the most wonderful inventions of the age. C. S. Wellman 313 Clinton st., Defiance Ohio established 1876
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