Defiance Express in Defiance, Ohio
28 Sep 1899

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28 Sep 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - September 28, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Of f i a n vol. , Thursday september 28 1899 no,42 the following invitations have been received in this City or. And mrs. We. Ii. Moore request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter Blanche Edna to or. Elfred Percy ave 111 on wednesday afternoon. October eleventh at two o clock eighteen Hundred and ninety nine Bryan Ohio at Home after november tenth at the Franklin Toledo Ohio miss Moore is a charming Young lady and in Well known among the society people of the City where she has often visited As the guest of miss Minnie Stephen. Or. Averill is a prosperous Young Toledo Man who is also known Here. Their Many friends Here unite in wishing them a Happy and prosperous journey through life Ney. Saturday Earl youngest s i of j. A. Droller was severely injured in a runaway Accident. Tile to am. Bilobet to a wag Gnu started to Rue throwing him out. Injuring Bis Quot tales Ani Hurt him about the head. He will recover. Last thursday Steve Shaw Tho Harbor a the pos Ensor of a Beautiful the mayor thought it was Worth i4.50 and assess so the Tine a accordingly. Wends amp Stone Are moving ii irs Ore Fatmi 1 h3 Stone build no into the Corner Reom in the Blick. Pleasant Bend miss do�?T1% Wehner daughter of Michael Wehner of North Defiance and or. Will Schweitzer also of North Defiance will be married at the Home of the Bride s aunt in the country oct. 3. Both Are Well known and highly respected Young people and have Many friends in this City. After marriage they will go to Bouse keeping in a cozy Little Home the Groom is preparing for the reception of his Bride. Mrs. Ida Steambarge and or. Las. Moore were married this afternoon at 4 of clock at the Home of the Bride s parents or. And mrs. Steambarge. Both Are popular Young people in that Vicinity and have hosts of friends to wish them Joy in their new life. Miss Anna Ort and we. Gilson of this City were in attendance at the wedding. Miss Mattie Slimbaugh of North Defiance and or. Joseph Emily of Tiffin will be married oct. 17tb., at st. Mary s Catholic Church. Miss Swirn baath is a a it la known Young lady and very popular in the Tut in which she moves. Or. Emily is also Well known Here and is a highly respected Young nun. John Hess and sons we e set ions a grieved last week by the sad Aud unexpected news of the death of their son and brother Christopher Hess who employed in the Coal in be at Illinois it has been Blit a Short time s Nee or. Hess had a pleasant visit with his Fri ends which was their last bleating. He was called away without a warning preparation. He was instantly killed it is reported by a train on returning from a picnic. Sunday. Sept. 27th. His remains were shipped Here last wednesday at 2 17 p. Sept. 20th., for interment. Funeral services were held at the m. E. Church Friday at 9 a. Indy Rev. Seizer. He was born april 17ch1859. Died sept. 17th1899, aged 50 years 5 Mouthy and 3 Days. He leaves a father three Brothers Ani one so Ster. Harvest Home and Mission services. Harvest Home and Mission services at the reformed Church in Florida next sunday Rev. J. Vogt from car Rotier Will he the speaker of the Day and will c on duct the services in the following order German Servi Ces at to a in English s it Ricer at 2 p in. A special offering will be taken at both services for Mission purposes. German services at the reformed Church in Defiance at 7.30 p in. All Are cordially invited. E. Lahr. A in x a in c a a $ a Pelvic Catarrh advertised letters Tho following letters remain uncalled for in the Post office at Defiance Otho for Tho week ending sept. 2>, 1899 Mila Josie Hall. Miss Josephine Hall one of Hie most popular Aud talented actresses of the Day writes to or. Hartman As follows i have found Peru a an excellent preventive Aswell As remedy. I most heartily recommend Peru a it should be considered a necessity by every act Ress in the mrs. Mary f. Bartholomew of st. Francisville Illinois says a i was afflicted with female trouble. I doctored with several skillful doctors but kept getting worse until i became be fast. I had four physicians tending me but got no better. I Ewe my life to or. Hart name for an old ailment known As female complaint. Man and Peru a. I thank god and or. Hartman for my Pelvic Catarrh is a new name for a very common disease known As female weakness. Most women have More or loss what is called female complaint. This is in reality Pelvic Catarrh. There arc so Many women especially married women who drag themselves wearily around from year to year miserable beyond description. They ache and tremble and throb growing More nervous tired and debilitated everyday. For this class of sufferers Peru a is the most perfect remedy in existence. It relieves it soothes it quiets it strengthens and no victim of Pelvic Catarrh in the land should be without Peru a. Mrs. A. J. Hull Leona ran., writes a a i feel As if i am entirely Well and can do As much work As when i was Young. I done to have any pains about me and 7 thank you a thousand times for curing me. My trouble was female complaint. I had falling of the womb and great pain. I Tell every woman i talk with that Peru a is tin Best for them and that it saved my Endo Petritis is the medical term f a Catarrh of Tho womb Catarrh of Tho womb is very common producing what is generally called female disease. Or. Hartman answers All letters Freo of charge. He treats Over 20,000 women annually for some form of female disease. Write him at once. I address or. Hartman Columbus o., for a free Book. Dewey and grew fairly Sunol tiered with the adulation of the multitude. No let up Day or night. Absolutely pure makes the food More delicious and wholesome myriad of Craft visit the big Cruiser now lying at Anchor. Notables among the callers. Hen famous in naval military Ami civil life pay homage to the hero of Manilla Hay Anil ills Gallant tars incidents of the Day. New York sept. 27.�?the Cruiser Olympia with Admiral Dewey and his Gallant Crew aboard is now anchored it Tompkinsville in lower Bay off Staten Island. The first shout of Welcome on the tui ser a arrival was from the pilots my Crew of Pilot boat no. 7. 13 Miles Loath of the Hook lightship. The Shore batteries of fort Hancock manned by Market report corrected sept. 21. I Suh. By m. B. Gorman. Provision Market who Lesa a. Apple dried per la. A ipe Wax. 20 Bluey. To lard. 6 potatoes per Bushel. 35 beaus per Bushel. I 20 fallow. Cheese. Pickle pork. Country Bacon. Smoked Ham. Smoked shoulder. I 9 s 5 10 6 it tall 5 25 12h k 40 i 75 5 12>4 7 8 12 7 meat Market corrected by j. Ii. Baker. Price paid. Beef for Quarter. Beef Hind Quarter. Veal calf dressed. Sheep dressed. Fat hours on foot. Hogs dressed. Lambs dressed. Live Stock Market. Boas. Hogs heavy. Sheep. Lambs 6 Quot it so 7v4 to 8 6�?~/4 to 7% j4 15 5>, to cents it on 4 in a 9034 to 5 o ladies mrs. Leva Elwood. Mrs. Goo. Neagles. Mrs. Los to Welsh. Frank Alexander. William Crawford. A i l. Heat. Ernest Lee. Roys meat Market. William stauf. If not called for within la Days these letters will be sent to the dead letter office As pre Robed by Law. In calling for same please say a advertised a Aud give Date of list. C. J. Thompson postmaster. A daughter of or. And mrs. Harris of has the typhoid fever. Or. And mrs. T. L. Carr mrs. Itofa and miss Dora Karr spent tuesday in the country. Or. And mrs. Hiram Burt of Hudson. Mich Are the guests of mrs. L. Butt in the City tuesday. Miss Ollie Francisco visited at the Home of or. And mrs. George Ferguson id South Richland tuesday evening. Mrs. Sarah Case and daughter Gertrude of Findlay Are expected in the City thursday to spend the Winter Here. Putnam fad elem Dye produces the fastest and brightest colors of any known Dye stuff. Sold by j. Buffington. 42 to mrs. John Hepler or returned Home from Columbus tuesday evening where she has been visiting for two weeks. I Estelle Kraft who has been the guest of relatives in the City the past three weeks returned to her Home at Auburn iud., today. Dame Rumor has it that a Well known Young lady of East Defiance will soon be led to the altar by a Young Man from out of town or. Ray Ferguson of South Richland celebrated his 25th birthday tue Day. A dinner was served in Honor of the event tuesday evening. A prof. Mitchell says that ample arrangements for Healing the Central school building have been made Ami tilt rooms will he comfortable for the children in the future. Col. Beaumont of new York an ally of the democratic party made a speech from the band stand at the court House tuesday. The speaker was not warm enough to hold the crowd. Anthony Wayne Council no. By National Union took Ina Evtus Voenes Day evening of fifteen members the a Council now has a membership of Over 4 10 in Good standing and at the present j rate will soon reach the 500 Mark. Aluminium card Case latest Novelty out your name neatly engraved in Tho a can too i lest Bristol calling or business cards neatly printed in newest style Type. Card Case and cards Complete for 50 cents giver or Stamps. Jab. W. Garrett 42-3t Cleveland Or Lay after a weeks visit with their bist r and aunt mrs John Wolf. Mrs. Snyder will go to Cleveland in the noir future where she will make Lur Home with he children Geo. Cortland and family will occupy her vacant Home. Miss Sophia shod end brother. Amyl recently left for Heidelburg College. Velure miss Schul has taken charge of the Art department dicing their forum teacher s absence. Amyl will take a Normal coarse. Ney. Slier sput sunday in m iss Maud Defiance. Mrs. Hartshorn wife of or. N. W. Hartshorn is very Low at this writing with cancer of the stomach and cannot Long nut Vive. Her son f. M. Hartshorn guard in the P., at Columbus is visiting her. Botn to m. C. Garber and wife last mend a a girl. Uncle gel. Renz was very agreeably surprised wednesday the occasion 1m-ing his 70th birthday All his children and his brother from Medina county being present. Pleasant Bend. Heavy wind storms raged through these parts sunday afternoon followed by a haul rain at Dight. Or. And mrs. D. W. Cox were at Defiance. Saturday. Mils Lydia Rettig of Napoleon is doing dress making for mrs. Geo. Wolf. John Morris and Robt. Van Vierth have gone to Northern Michigan in search of employment. Miss Lizzie King is at Defiance where she is learning dress making. Frank hops left monday for Illinois to get Correct account of the death of his brother. M iss Snyder of near North Creek is doing House work for mrs. Frank Shaw. Christopher and Gill. Osborn and families occupy the House vacated by Albert cuppa a. Or. End mrs. John Wolf mesdames Philip beet and hairy Peoples sput Friday st Defiance with Peter Ketten ring and family. They also called on mrs. T. T. Ansberry. Mrs. Best Aud daughter mrs. Peoples returned to their Home at Toledo sat West Milford. Muh Grace Wilson is very Low with what is thought to be malarial fever. Her Fritz i Hope for a speedy recovery. Rev. Newell Chapman of Wisconsin visited at the Home c f his Cousin Geo. E. Winn Friday and saturday of last week. Bant Miller and Little son Clarence Are sick with fever. Rev. Chapman preached at the Newell brother Church sunday sept. 17th. Claudia and Darlie Mann have the whooping cough. The following delegates have been chosen to go to the Defiance county convention to be held at Mark Canter Deb 4 and 5 mrs. Rose Wilson. J a Hoot Man mrs. Paul Scotman and Roe Mann. All persons Are cordial invited to attend the convention. There will be an Oyster supper at the Hall next saturday evening. All turn out and help the boys. School commences monday oct. 1st, at the Thompson school House Hist no. To with miss Ella Shanklin As teacher. The Sale of or. Lehman s will occur wednesday. Oct. 4. They have Sale Bills out. Elzie Berger and miss Maud Green who Are attending school at Tangois. Came Down on their wheels saturday sept. To and visited Over sunday with relatives and friends. Mothers Friend takes married women through the whole period of pregnancy in safety and Comfort. It is used externally and it relaxes the Muscles so that there is no discomfort. It prevents and relieves morning sickness headache and rising breasts shortens labor and preserves the mothers girlish form. $1 a bottle at druggists. Send for a free copy of our illustrated Booklet about Mother s i Rund. The Bradfield regulator c., Atlanta a. Sherwood. Harry Rock returned to his Home in Chicago. Monday after a two week n visit with friends in and around Towd. The orchestra furnished some Fin music at the different Homes the past week. Rev. Longsworth. The new m. E minister preached his first Pennon fun Day evening to a very Small congregation owing to the storm coming up about Church t me. Or. And mrs. George Woods were in Defiance saturday and sunday. Born on Friday last to or and mrs. Willer Shook twin Beys. All Ara icing Well and papa looks pleasant. Rumor sys hairy Boyer will Start a restaurant in the Operand a room. Get. 1st. Moving time in Nie. Trout will move out of town. Polio a move into this rated House and a Metz in the Den \ Man property which he purchased a Short time ago. Reimen Little. Of Williams Center called on friends in town saturday. We understand James Miller will j Start a new Bunnia and after this week will be Able to furnish anything in i Lions it old g sods any a line be Dif g the tame will do Well to calling on him. The House re muted by or. Biker i will be for rent s Etc ii their Hoover and mop Hoover at to and i the convention in Defiance last wednesday. Die�1, at her Home East of town j monday morning,sept.25b, mils Nancy fan Rosaman aged is years. 7 Menthe a dl2 Days. 8h was confined to Here bed even Montun with consumption never complaining but waiting patiently for the masters Call. The deceased leaves a father Mother one brother and five s Srere. Funeral at the res Dence Wedoe div sept. 27th., Rev. Rob a son official no. Interment in Sherwood cemetery. So Van Mars Quot destroyed by the americans and Kurg Clits a routed. Washington s it. 27.�?a dispatch has been received from Manilla by the War department stating that general Snyder attacked the position of the insurgents Tivo Miles went of Abu destroyed seven foils and qui number of smooth Boro Cann ii. Insurgents were nearly routed Snyder returned with his Force Ceil. The ,-.,-Oe regiment which was already aboard the transport to come Home disembarked to take part in the engagement. It is i ii necessary. Havana slip. 27.�?the order recently published to the municipalities of the Island directing them to take a special census Independent of the general census Baa been cancelled on the ground that the additional expels is unnecessary. It is estimated that the Cost of the census in Havana alone will be $12,000. Under the Spanish Law it was taken annually for the towns with a View to getting the data necessary for assessing taxes. Dewey a sword. Washington sept. 27.�?after conferring with the president and seen tary in my or. Allen the assistant it Ltd rotary of the Navy left Here for the purpose of seeing Admiral Dewey and discussing the arrangements of the next few Days. During Tho Cabinet meeting plans were matured for the official ceremony at the capital when the president will present to Admiral i Dewey the sword awarded by Congress three Days i open bouts. St. Johns n. F., kept. 27.�?th Schooner Lily of the West from Labrador with 30 persons aboard and 500 quintals of codfish struck an iceberg of the Straits of Belle Isle sinking almost immediately. The Crew Man aged to escape but were three Day. In the bouts before they were rescued All hands suffered severely from wan of food and drink. They were i. Kid in by a passing vessel. Cows. 3 Roan 25 steers. 4 o>�4 2�?T j seed Mah Ket. Corrected by in 1\ Miller. I a i ice raid. A Lover seed no i$4 50 a a a no. 2. 4 i Renee leu. 3 Valsko no. I. Soo no. 2. 5 of rejected. 4 no poultry Markut. Corrected by h. Miller Price paid. Chickens old. A a a Spring. 7 turkeys live. Ducks. To butter. 12 eggs per Doz. Flour and Mill Frfd. Corrected by a. Grower a Hon Selling Price. Best family. Graham hour 2 la. Sack. Rye hour per 49 lbs. Bolted meal. To in. Sacs. Chous per cwt. Meal. Per cwt. Middling t or cwt. Bran per cwt. I meal per cwt. Screenings per by. Pelts. Corrected by h. Minor i ice paid. Hides salted. Hides Green. Sheep pelts. 10860 Grain. Hay and Straw. Corrected by a. Grows a son. Price paid. Wheat. 66 Oats. Rye. To Corn. Shooed. It Hay. Bulk Timothy per ton. May. Bulk Clover yer iou. 6 of Straw bulk per ton. I it ear Corn per too lbs. 4t scum Price Corn. 40 Tat. 25 Hay baled Timothy per cwt a a a j Straw baled per Bale. 30 Salt corrected by a. Grows a son Selling Price. Me the Admiral at the starboard Gangway with his friends and the entire party went to the after Cabin where the health of the Admiral the Shamrock and of course the Columbia were drunk amid enthusiasm. When the program was explained to him. Admiral Ikney said it was very satisfactory and that he would remain aboard the Olympia until Friday morning and then would receive the official visit of mayor Van Wyck. The police boat patrol took the subcommittee and mayor Yan Wycks a representative to the Olympia. Liberty Itell tolled. Philadelphia sept. 27.�?the big heir in the historic Independence Hall rang out a Salute in Honor of Admiral dowry s arrival Home. When the news of Tho admirals arrival in new York was received Here mayor Ashbridge ordered the ringing of the Bell and 17 strokes the admirals Salute were tolled. I Gould a gift. New York sept. 27.�?miss Helen Gould has Given $1,250 toward the Dew y Horn fiend of which $750 was sen to the committee at Washington and $500 to the new York committee. M Ark it reports. Grain Aud Stock prices for sept. 2 l it la Quot a a. St i sheep Leveland. Zirkers t i 85 mediums and Bearwood log$4 504/4 70. Quot i ?.nm ii Good to Choice lambs. Is 15 25 i/5 5 t r to Good $4 854 /5 to Good go 1 mix Vin r Rill. 44 i up 45 754/ t it 0. 25 fair to 4 a it Ujj _ ice i to i i try fed steers. $5 us 4 75 �?�5 25 in r to Good but go to Handy Chi it Fri. 84 Rok h at 11 till common a get Grassy 12 kt4�r s3 75 Ai Good to Alc be fora Vii j <z4 7 f air to Good Ini Toller cows. 75 43 3o /3 75 fat to Cholo in. 0 a 7&Quot. 50 s �?4 la pm t o i Quot st in 50 Ritter Iorg. /7 of. Prime of cd cab 5 504t i a $4 so$.1 to Oak i of i st 006� i _ la v la ill Dill Sun a is i lid la to. Is till in of ugly re 4 my -iu/i/4 he Twat Yorks st 85/5/4 Bojaj t Tov s 85. Ltd Hep st a i i fair so 50t4 us Cou Imus to Good. A Rke pm a cattle new York. A r v 1 o prime steers 54 Vav Omi Ami it legs $4 bout /4 of cows and heifers. $5 of is of tops $8 25 i a sheep Ltd a Nadlman $2 mb/4 50 $5 75 culls. I the faraway j Gamp on take Dart with Tjie bad blood a a came a la Ken log ill claimed for them Sud Are a truly wonderful Medicine. I have often w in bed for a Medicine plea Cunt to take and it last have found it in cabaret. Sluco taking them. Of blood Bai been purified and my complexion a improved wonderfully and i feel much bet ter in every Mas. Hallik l. Sellah. Laurel rent. Can do a m cathartic Tea cd mans Hosoi Stineo pleasant. Palatable potent. Taste Good. To Good never sicken. Weaken or Gripe. La a a a Jet. Cure constipation. It Trua us it i Flap by i of to. In lid. A hit to bin hold arid guaranteed by All drug Nulu Bau Kitts to t i be tobacco habit. Thui Nat. Dewey is err Izen s migas gunners called from breakfast let Loose 17 guns. The flagship replied with 21, and let go Ber anchors not far from where the cup challenger Shamrock is moored. The Admiral was in his country again after 21 months absence. He had returned great with the arduous greatness of hings done a and he scarcely seemed to realize it. A it almost saddens me a he said Quot to tee what my people Are doing for me. The Pride and gratification is immense my i cannot express the appreciation i feel. I did not know i did not really perceive until now the splendid Welcome that my countrymen Are giving me. The governors of Many states ate coming to see me and troops from Florida Georgia and other states Are on their Way to in receiving the Admiral said that he Felt tired but he did not. Look so. His complexion is a Clar Bronze his Hazel eyes Bright his bearing brisk and Jaunty. Alluding to his arrival two Days ahead of the time he was expected Admiral Dewey said a i am sorry that i am ahead of the schedule. The Olympia has been steaming at the rate of to knots an hour since we left Gibraltar. Several Days ago a knew that we would arrive before thursday unless we moderated our Speed or went sont a Iii re out of our course. Hut the consideration that really decided us to come into port was to give cup j Tain i Aru Bort in a Chance to clean up the ship i a fore our voyage up the hat j the admirals Lars to business was to Send an Iii or ashore with telegrams i for the Navy department mayor Van Wyck and general Butterfield announcing the arrival. He then spent most of the morning looking Over newspapers and receiving reporters. He was just finishing a midday breakfast Wien sir Thomas Upton called on him. With sir Thomas were or. Mackay and other visiting English new York. Per bbl. Dairy 2nlb. Sacks. Lump tuck per cwt. Yet Quot to to 20 40 men. Admiral Dewey then had a succession of notable callers. Rear Admiral Sampson with Captain Chadwick his chief of staff and lieutenant commander Winslow his Flag lieutenant came on the Dolphin. When the dispatch boat was a Little Way it began firing an admirals jute and the Olympia replied w the a rear Admiral s Salute of 13 . Tile Dolphin anchored near the Olympia and hear Admiral Sampson and his staff went on Board. They were received by Admiral Dewey the full Moi in guard and ban i being paraded. The office s went to admirals Fabin. Rear Admi. In i t a i that to of t is. I on Imp re Ludo Ney to it of fro hear a t i re f a Ping to said that evident g to. And h in a admin i Al r. More Ilia the i Alp Wey l be aboard to again. He is at kind in is Ai pct. Pie and the aug n Uch ceremony a s deeply the Raga Tho outcome. In resses himself pc is Fine and modest expected to do ors in him the Fine As those sterner on Given hint his All Day tugs is on steamers cd pin and took a of the parti launches and st ear was Delight i health of / mid the adm h younger the dads him out nip non rem., it it in in a it it of it i fun i till a it 5 75 lop a it i re rid bolls 42 to ii 7. Ii/4 of. Ca Ive a Vii la uni $2 Taft a Kli up Mill Lund Inin is n.v�/4 75 $4 7, 4 a. Hogs it 1hj%5 of. Wheat is. 2 nil. To. Corny no. A 40 4e. Iii no. 2 White nth Jov a. Rye no. 2 w Sii in. Chicago. Pm 11 come in a Iii ii i $5 Iwko 75 com Moiler Grade it 25/5 55 took in Malf i ii in in um.5 of bul ii cow Ami Helf a a a. Is 5m</5 25 a i us Fri i is $ t 2�k/4 20 Ranger i 25<n5 in. Calve 4t sk</7 50. Hogs heavy. $4 15</4 75 mixed Lota 44 4m/./4 us Light �4 504/4 is pigs f4 Tok i a 75 cull. 42 kn4 15. Sui i Paud Lamb a inferior to Cholee sheep $2 2./1 a Ai Western rangers 50 fit4 50 inferior to Cholo lambs a 25@ 5 50 Ranger. 44 504 5 15. Wheat no a Ted 7 v<i74e. Corny no. 2, 34v oat a no 2, 23c. Cattle $5 a a Heifer. I 3 504/1 Buffalo. So $4 5 ki/5 top $5 504 5 7 tkk.4 to Stocker calve 47 254/7 Butlein 50 15 ship plan. 5 Iowa Aud Aud feeder 50. Hogs pig. 44 75 yorkers 44 w4 of mediums and heavy 44 k</4 15. Sheep a and lambs Good to Choli a Spring Lamb. $5 254/-i 54 fair to Good $5 olt kit i 25 ully and i onion a 43 256 4 25 mixed slip. 4t 254 4 50. Culls Aud common $2 25 4/3 of Choice Yea Luigs it 504 4 75. Wheat Tkv i Al la the to Ife a i m be 401 no. >6 2 Iii olt a Hijii guat i. Coroll 254 2 red t. No 2 i no. 2 mixed 25 a. U g i a 45 40. He Coati p to ind xxx above ni4/32i a it Quot >4 21k/t Ile 31/e. I la ant try which a n. 2 mixed Rye no. 2, i ult i Ilion sailboats and exciting up near the Elyrn Ouk on Board. Some of sightseers on imers were invited by the officer of the deck to Coin Uia the Gangway. The Admiral returned sir Thoma Lipton a a gait. Lieutenant Brumby and the admirals sen George Dewey were with him. Sir Thomas to Mere fas i i t ii 174/if. A 23 2 in. Eggs Castoria for infants and children the kind you hate always sought bears one 8iguat�?T a o

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