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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - September 28, 1899, Defiance, Ohio
Def Ance express Defiance to it. Thursday september 23 1899, we would like to have you try otti5 own condition powders a lib package for 25c w at Oodward a drugstore City news budget. Clea Nedar repaired at it ingling the jeweler at Ohio contract prices. A the Ideal pharmacy Weisenberger Emery pf0p3 mrs. Tip Travis is spending the week in Toledo. Miss Cora Aldrich is Able to be out again after a be y severe illness. Sunday of s observed As rally Day by the presbyterian sunday school. Miss Mollie by ack has returned from a two weeks visit at Toledo Ani Detroit. This Section of Ohio was visited by a tremendous rain storm sunday evening. D. W. Morse is much improved in health and was Able to go Riding sunday. O. H. Wood who Bas been on the sick list for Many week is Able to be out again. Lyman Hilton who i As been working at Van Wert spent sunday at his heme in Brunersburg. The misses Valaria Mam is and Bern Etta Haller and miss Doherty drove to Napoleon sunday. Mrs. Mary Otley will leave the Bret of october for the West to spend the Winter with her brother. Or. Aud mrs. Stephen Bloom Are in the City to spend the Winter with their daughter mrs. C. W. Butler. Milo Merriman. Of pleasant Beni spent saturday night and sunday in this City visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. G. W. De a Rick and Mother mrs. Oiler have returned from a delightful trip to Philadelphia and the Eastern Points a Boon to trave lets. Or. Fowlers extract of wild Strawberry. Cares dysentery diarrhoea be sickness nausea. Pleasant to take. Acts promptly. We. Phillips has sold his interest in the agricultural store on Perry Street to his partner e Todd. He retired monday or. Todd will continue the business. A it was almost a Miracle. Burdock blood bitters cured is of a Territ de breaking out All Over my body. I am very miss Julia fill Ridge. West Cornwell Conn. The three Little children of or. And mrs. John Schwennan Are Down with whoop no six weeks old babe is very Low. While it is feared that her old aged three will not recover. Will Geiger received notice sunday of the death of mrs. Ecklund. Which occurred at Indianapolis saturday. The funeral took place monday. Mrs Eek land was the Mother of Charles Eck land who is Well known in this City. The following Telegram settles a much mooted question Lima of. Sept. 25. Daily express received Telegram from the Bishop this p. In. We come to Defiance. Irene Mills. I have the finest goods on the Market at the very lowest Price. For Sale team of horses ones year old the other 9-Yearfresh cow Wagon Hay rack Quot rain Drill cultivator breaking plows Spring Wagon double set of harness pair of Bob sleds drags Etc. Enquire of Mary Rath farm 2 Miles East Ayersville i mile South. Met in special session monday evening. Lyndes shoe store mens boys and youths boots. Shoes and fall footwear of All kinds. Come and examine the Stock. J. W. Lynde prop. Edwin Swinehart who has been a student in the dental office of or. Pot Terf left for Ann Arbor mich., tuesday where he will enter Tbs Den Tai department of the University. He will be accompanied by Jease m. Benner or. Frank Krontz Julius Balske. James Connova and John and Joseph Frazer charged with stealing Iron from the b it so o. Railway had a hearing be fur Justice Phelps monday and were in Stind Over to common pleas court in the sum of $50 each. Has. Davis and a Viers left for Cle Lelaud monday. Or. Davis goes As representative to the grand Coon Oil of Ohio r. 8 j., which convenes tuesday sept. 26. Or. Viers gees As representative to the grand in adapter of Ohio r. A which was in s Mien wednesday aul thursday. Or and mrs. J. Surprise left fir to Ledo monday to attend Hie wedding of miss i Iii ii Daoust and or. John Menton which took place in that City tuesday morning at 7 30 of clock the twinkling was held in st. Frances Desales Church. Kliss duo st is Well known in this City where she f Omerly resided and Hun Many friends Here. The Young ladies of st. Mary a Catholic Church met sunday and formed a society known As Young ladies of perpetual help a a those object is to be of financial Aid to the Church and a Pleat aut social and literary recreation for the members. It has a membership of about Twenty five Young ladies. The members ale to meet Ovey two weeks on thursday evening in school Hall following is a list of the officers president. Rev. Doherty vice president miss la lie Calkins Secretary. Lbs Mary Frey treasurer miss Anna win la. Mrs. A. E. Ralston who has been ill is improved in health. Rev. Kress has moved his family into a residents of Perry Street. Miss Tillie Schultz spent sunday with miss Ella Paulding county. Art. Slagle spent sunday in this City with his parents. Rev. And mrs. B. W. Slagle. Mrs. Carl Spannuth is still very ill. There is no visible improvement in Lier condition. Mrs. M. B. Stevens who has been quite ill with neuralgia of the stomach is improving. Lafe cookie has been on his farm in Farmer township the past week looking after his crops. W. A. Kehnast and family attended the dedication of the German reformed Church at new Bavaria sunday. Rev. Geo. S. May. Of Grace episcopal Church officiated at the funeral of Henry Slough at Sherwood. Saturday. Rev. Schoonover of Brunersburg circuit m e. Church spent sunday with tin family of t. L. Karr of East Dofi ice. Monarch Over pain. Burns cuts stings sprain instant Relief. Or. Thorn so electric Oil. At any drug store. Mrs. Clara Stoddard who has been the guest of her sister. Mrs. Dearner left tuesday for Chindoo Mic to visit her father. John Widener who has been complaining for some time was forced to take to his bed Ani is under the care of a physician. Commissioner George w Faller has been critically ill for several Days past and his friends have been alarmed Over his condition. Fred Kellermier and wife and mrs. J. H. Neade Baneer left for Ann Arbor mich., tuesday or. Be Lormier gees there to have his eyes treated Only one remedy in the world that will at once Stop itchiness of the skin in any part of tie body. Doans ointment. At any drag store. 50 cents. We have some Nice new pieces in Silver just the thing for your table. Our line of watches clocks an jewelry it will pay you to see them. At Mollencupp a leading jeweler @ optician will be win will who win John r. Mclean. Nit. And Why not because in a meeting of the leading democrats of North Western Ohio held in the Boody House at Toledo last Angust it was the opinion of that in Fly and there is no division of sentiment that it would be suicide for Tho democrats of Ohio to nominate John r. Molena for governor. Who says so judge w. H. Hubbard. When did he sly so in a democratic convention held in this City. Aug. 12th., 1899. Why do you suppose they reached such a conc usum because Mclean is a political cutthroat because he has made his Money out of trusts and unlawful combinations because he is not a resident of Ohio and because All the democrats of Ohio believe he was mixed up in the election frauds of 1885. Rev. A. E. Smith and family left for Marion tuesday at la a in. They went from Here to Celina where they will visit for a couple of Days before going on to Marion. Or and or f. M Schell formerly of Toledo have moved to this City and now occupy a peasant residence on Holgate ave. Or. Schell is employed in Horn s dry goods store. Mrs. Schell will be remembered As miss Lillian Fritch and has Many friends to Welcome tier Back to Defiance. Or. And mrs league and two children who have been the guests of mrs. League a sister mrs. B. D. Nightengale exports Sotu to return to China to resume their missionary work there. Rebecca Wahl has been appointed Adindu Istrati of Ber father John Burk he Der Ute of High and township deceased. This Bas been done that the estate May be settled a and a Clear title Given in the Sale of the land. Geo w. Watkins has bought the or. Aldrich property on Jefferson Street Aud expects to move his family into the new Home in about two week. He is making some repairs on the property. Mrs. Aldrich will move to Stryker. Mesdames Savilla Bainter Aud Mary Foster who have been spending the summer with their sifter mrs. J o. Fisher of North Defiance will return to their borne in Illinois this week. They talk some of locating Here. Rev. D. Dobbrick who his been appointed to till tile pulpit of Tim German m. E. Church in this City in the place of Rev. Kress retired preached ids first Sermon sunday morning. His topic was Quot co workers with t Brist a and he handled it in a masterly manner. A made a splendid impression on his con grog at Ion. The members of the women s Home end foreign missionary society of the presbyterian Church were very pleasantly entertained by mrs. Strong and mrs j f Datrick. Morn to afternoon. Mrs. H ii. Harris was in charge of the program. One of the interesting features of the program was the informal talk on China by k is. League a returned mis Ioury of China. Josh Dicus of Dapont is visiting his Brothers. Henry and George h. Dicks in this City. Mrs. Geo. Corressel of North Ridge spent sunday with or. And mrs. John Schlembach. Or. And mrs. Foreman have returned to Chicago after a two week a visit with relatives Here. The fire department made its first ran with the new Hook and ladder truck monday night. Tom Kart left monday for Bowling Green where he has secured a position with a Telephone company. Miss Lizzie Bachel is expected Home from Akron this week wher3 she has been spending the summer. Or. And mrs. Ben Wertheimer and son Albert of Toledo Are the guests of the family of m. Wertheimer. Mrs. Bailer and son of Columbus Grove Are visiting Deputy postmaster Stork s family. 403 Seneca Street. Will Slimbaugh Lee Richardson and the Farewell reception tendered Rev. A. E. Smith and family by the Epworth league in the Parlours of the m. E. Church monday evening was a very pleasant affair and was largely attended by people of All denominations. The rooms were beautifully decked with Flowers and thronged with people for several hours. Rev. Smith was visibly touched by the evidence of Good will on the part of the people. He was accorded a most gracious Welcome when he came to the City four years ago and the friendships that have strengthened during the years gone saddened the parting. Rev. Smith goes to a Good charge and a Good people and be will find Many Strong bands to Aid in the work of the Church As be did Here in Defiance. The City Council met in specials a Sion tuesday evening the following members being present Abele. Marshall. Morse. Groselle Schneider. Shul ters. Helmink. The Call showed that the meeting was for the purpose of passing Asse ing legislation on improvement on third Street and Holgate ave., and to it pen bids for the fourth Street Bridge to be erected across the canal. An ordinance to assess part of the Cost of improving Holgate ave and third Street against tin abutting property was read. It provide for three a Sessing districts. One on Holgate ave. Fixes $1.19 per front foot on third Between Harrison and Jackson $1.49 on third Between Jackson and Perry $1.93. The ordinance also provided that in lieu of the $300. The people s Gas amp electric co was not to be named a the assessment ordinance. The $300 was the amount the company would have been assessed and Mana or Coons gave the City a Check for that amount and the ordinance noted its receipt. Or. Shutters moved suspension of rules to Pat the ordinance on its passage. All Aye. Or. Abele moved the adoption of the ordinance. All Aye. Then was Only one bid for the construction of a new Bridge at the fourth Street crossing of the canal. It was made by g. M. Weisenburger who offered to do the work for $725. Or. Schneider moved that the contract be awarded to or. Weisenburger and that the solicitor is instructed to to draw up a Resolution to that effect. Carried All Aye. A Resolution auth it Riding the mayor and clerk to make a contract with or. Weisenberger was read and adopted All voting Aye. Adjourned. Big meeting held House. In court for Hale. Two houses and lots in East Defiance one on Seneca Street and one on main Street. Terms reasonable. 13 fit Chas. W Butler. He closes his work inst. Paul Church. Rev. A. Edwin Smith concluded his services in st. Paul m. E. Church Sun Day evening and will rive with his family for his charge in Marion tues Day. He preached sunday morning by request a Sermon subject a Birds of he preached on this same subject several years ago. Son Lay evening the congregation of the presbyter Ian and Baptist churches met with Rev Smith and his people Rev. Smith preached a grand Sermon after which Short addresses were delivered by Rev. B w. Slagle. Rev. O. C. Weight and Rev. Schoonover. Harry Weisenburger will left tuesday i a Farewell reception will be Given evening for Cleveland to go to work Rev. Smith by the Epworth league in for the u. S. Telephone or the Church Parlours at i so this evening Coats suits underwear e t c at bargains that you can appreciate at a glance. To pass us by would be an in Justice to your pocket l ook. Money Back on All purchases if you want it. Tire or savers King Backus amp go. Cix Icarro clot Lin g store. The meeting of the friends of municipal ownership in House satyr Day evening was of of the Large it that a been held. The meeting was pie id cd Over by I. Hoefly. Councilman win. Helmink of the third Ward spoke and gave the result of his investigation in Bryan Auburn. Ind. And o her place he had visited where they have municipal ownership he cited one hotel in Bryan where they had 70 incandescent lights and one arc Light and the Cost had not exceeded $10 per month at any time while Street lights were furnished at a Cost of $32. Or. Helmink gave an interesting and convincing Tilken the subject of municipal ownership and thought the to gurus and facts he had gathered in these towns demonstrated the Success of the system. T t. Ansberry then addressed the meeting and pleated a statement signed by congressman David met a Kison and some Twenty other prominent citizens of Napoleon in which they say that the municipal Plant in that town is an in qualified i sue is Aud that they would let to part with it. This statement upset the argument of some other Gen Hemen who Are against municipal ownership. Flank x. Groselle protested against a petition being passed in the third Ward. The people Over there were for ownership but some of them a been coerced int signing a petition for contract lights. After the appointment of the following committee to pass a petition in the first Ward the meeting adjourned w. Duerk W s. Palmer and I. Hoeffel first communion. A class of Twenty five boys and girls will be admitted to first communion at st. Johns Catholic Church next sunday at 10.00 a in of the weather permits the class will be escorted from the Hall to the Church in procession. At 3 00 p. In. They renew their baptismal vows. Mrs Louis Marshall very pleasantly entertained a company of Twenty five Little boys monday evening in Honor of her Sun. Master Chauncey Marshall the Little folks were entertained with Gam and had a very delightful time. During the evening a repast especially calculated to gratify the palates of the Little guests was err red b y mrs. Martha assisted by or Mary Krotz and. Or John Crowe. Before leaving Mas a ter it Naun Ceyl a guests presented him w it a number of very pretty gifts. Hill be win will who win John r Mclean. Nit and Why not because the democrats of Ohio do not want any More Paynes or prices in office. What was the matter them it was Money and not men that won. Who said so Zeno ii. Miller. Well does Miller know he ought to. He is a candidate for representative in the democratic convention and appeared to have Ihu Clear on the Point that Mclean was a politic amp a Assassin and Boodler. No More Paynes and prices when did he say that in a democratic convention held in this City. August 12th. 1899. To those wanting an for Sui. Piano Norman Mare 8 years old. Weight 1400. Two and one half Miles Southwest of Defiance. D. A. Riser. 4t41 Louis g. Neil has been appointed sex editor of the estate of Louis Neil deceased. Mrs a. F. Herb y entertained a v. A. E. Smith and family at a 6 o clock Limiter monday evening. Charles Ferguson is remodelling his residence of Wayne Street and will have a very handsome Home when the improvements Are Complete. Or. And mrs. We. Bin Ltd spent Sun Day in Toledo. They Wen accompanied Home by Muster Charles Mcbride who is to visit his grandmother mrs. Wister. The funeral of min Anna Bren who lied of typhoid fever last Friday took place at Delaware Bend sunday. Miss Bren was Well known in this City and had Many friends. Two of the Grey nuns of st Vincent s Hospital at Toledo Are making their annual visit to this City seeking Anan Cial Aid in their work. The Good Sisters have charge of the orphans of this Dio Cene. M is John Hensey. Of Milwaukee who has been Visi ing friends in tics City left for Toledo monday evening. Or Hensey was a resident of this City fifteen Yar ago and has Many friends Here. It to tpftpt7t7 pulled filled and treated without Fah All kinds of dentistry done by Tho latest improved methods by or . Edgar in his now quarters opposite Crosby House. Come in and me and examine my goods. You can do so easier and cheaper than i can Hunt you up and i will Ive you the Benefit of it i am in position to sell you the Best pianos and organs in the Market at prices very close to Cost of production. Come and see what this Means i also rent pianos and organs and allow one years rent to apply on Purchase. 313 Clinton st., Defiance. Ohio. In w. S. Wellman
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