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23 Dec 1904

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23 Dec 1904

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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - December 23, 1904, Defiance, Ohio Defiance express irs Ait and we Edily of ice Latty bldg., court St entered at the Post office at de Hance Fathio As mail matter of the second class death Dai Lye evening edition Only. Delivered of carriers to City subscribers.10c per Quot week. By mail outside City $3 Der year Cash in Advance. Mail is ,.$ 1.75. A mail three months$1.00. A it. T a press wednesday evenings. Year Cash in Advance Ong distance Telephone no. 14 a Northwestern Telephone no. 84. Up Jirm Paul Thoma asked 85, died in Findlay saturday from old age. He was born in Prussia and went to that City 50 years ago. Mise Bertha Grout Man. Of Sherwood died tuesday morning after suffering with consumption for several months. Funeral services was held thursday at 2 p in at the reformed Church in Sherwood. Rev. F e Lahr of this City officiated. Captain John r Hughes known throughout Northwestern Ohio died saturday at Lima from a second stroke of paralysis aged 82 years. Maria Leas Man a six year old girl whose parents live in Wauseon and who was bitten a month ago by a dog died of hydrophobia in Chicago where she had been taken for treat Merit. Napoleon had Strong Hopes of securing the Detroit Southern shops but receiver Hunt announces that the new shops will be built at Jackson. We were in Hopes our neighbor would get them. Mrs. Eleanor Haller widow of Wesley a Haller died at to a. Rn., wednesday of cancer aged 67 years. She is survived by three daughters mrs. W Harding mrs. Willis Travis and miss Jessie Haller. The funeral was held Friday at to of clock at the Brunersburg m e Church. Rev. Roberts officiating. Germany Tiffin j w Linebrink and family took dinner with j j Crane sunday quite a number of the St. John s people Are attending protracted meeting at Rural Chapel. Mrs Dan Lehman is reported on the sick list the Christmas entertainment will take place at St. John s m e Church saturday evening Syl Peter has rented Theo. Keoppe s farm where he will move in the Spring Ora Benner has been hauling Oats to Defiance the past wee Kim Nell jr., is suffering with sore Throat Edgar Roberston and Cella Ken Sig were United in marriage wednesday. They will leave saturday for the Eastern part of the state to visit relatives during the holidays. Mary Stock visited f w Kellermier a few Days this week to Schultz visited German m l Etna at Ney sunday sol Ingle is suffering with rheumatism mrs Huld Steudte is quite ill the purchasing committee of St. Johns mess bought the treat for the sunday school wednesday. Advertised letters the. Following letters remain uncalled for in the Post office at Defiance Ohio or the week ending dec 20, 1904 James Kannell Harry Langley b w Alaee or. R Wolcott 3frank Young. V miss Myrta Bowers miss Gladys Brown Hattie Carter miss Vesta Davis mrs. L s Gunnn mrs Lou big Ley. If not called for within 14 Days these letters will be sent to the dead letter office As prescribed by Law. In calling for same please say a advertised a and give Date of list. C. J. Thompson postmaster. County line. Wesley birr and family spent sunday with his brother Chaa. And family at pleasant Bend. Chas Freadhoff has been helping Jacob Dirr and Christ Deckrosh Buzz Wood Henry Frank who has been sick with pneumonia is getting along nicely the funeral of mrs. Sophia Dickman was largely attended mrs. George Dirr and daughter and mrs. C Freadhoff and misses Bettie Frank and Dora Demland visited at the Home of Theale Boley sunday or. And mrs. Andrew Dirr visited Henry Frank sunday new years night there will be a chinese student at the deliver a Sermon. The humbling of Jane by Belle maniates copyright 1904, by Belle maniates Nelson Poe one of the Best known arid wealthiest citizens of Findlay died saturday from old age. He owned valuable Oil lands in Liberty township. He was 83 years of age and went to Hancock county with his parents when Only a few months old. It is said 14 pos offices will be abandoned in Mercer county the first of the year on account of the establishment of a larger number of Rural mail routes this includes nearly All the Small towns and pos offices in the county. _ parents in Lima have made appeals to the police to capture a a Jack the grabber a a whose depredations have become bold and defiant. Two Little girls have been seized in the grasp of the fiend but their cries brought Aid and after a Short Chase the grabber evaded the police. Washington died dec. 15th, mrs John Hammersmith of this township funeral saturday at the mud Creek Catholic Church conducted by father Epson is Clarkson Ewers is still in a critical condition from the effects of canc Rcharles Stailey hauled Hay to Ney h Weber and his brother Charles expect to go to Canada on a visit this wee kid Lantz moved monday into what is known As the Geo Barrack House o Welker shipped two car loads of hogs and sheep from Ney monday Stock cars Are scarce to get the school Biard held their quarterly meeting monday at the township Housmer i stinger moved to Hillsdale mich., where he bought i farm. D l Warner marketed his a y to Ney monday Amos Weber got badly Hurt Friday evening by the kick of a Colt. He is getting along Pollock returned Home from Chicago saturday Alva Ridenour carried the mail in his place Noble Chalfout of Brunersburg went to it. Wayne tuesday to have his Eye treated in the Hospital Fred and Mabel Coombs of Brattleboro vt., left for Home monday having visited their Grandfather and other relatives for two weeks Justus Mack is quite poorly feb Goddard fell saturday and Hurt his Side quite badly mrs. Ott is still on the sick list two of el1 Chaney a grandsons Are visiting him for a Short time miss Abbie Clemons visited in Sherwood saturday and sunday. Messes Lehman and Predl Ca of Milford called on f a Goddard sunday Dias Lehman and Joe Brown have been hauling logs to Defiance Albert Ratslaff and Ora Grogg Are cutting Wood for Dan Lehmanjr Robinson and miss Wincig were married wednesday at the brides parents Nellie Goddard spent sunday at Home. The supreme court of the United states in a recent decision practically holds that All Railroad cars including locomotives should be equipped with a uniform automatic coupling Ana that dining cars cannot be exempt from the requirements of the safety appliance Law when in use even though empty. It is stated that president Roosevelt has decided on whom shall compose his new Cabinet and that the same men now filling the p Isit ions will be reappointed with the exception of postmaster general Wynne who will receive an appointment to a foreign Mission and g b Cortel you will secure the postmaster generalship. Evansport. S Turritin was at Bryan wednesday. Amos Heer was a Bryan visitor thursday or Winn transacted business at Defiance thursday c l Hall was at Stryker thursday r o Palmer was at Defiance Frida Yhr Fribley spent saturday and sunday with his Uncle w a Snider at Defiance about Twenty Odd Fellows were at Defiance Friday evening to witness degree work and hear the grand master deliver an address on Odd Fellowship. All report a Good Tim misses Lou Cam Eron and Alice Kimberly Werc at Defiance a w Coy was Here on business sat v Replogle Wasat Defiance monday on w Brown was Here monday on official business Mae Christy and Dollie Calkins were at Defiance saturday v Replogle sold his property to or m c Coy who will move Here the first of next week. Or Replogle intends taking a Post graduate course at Chicago the Haas family has been afflicted first the youngest daughter Hannah died lacking two months of 17 years. Her death occurred the filth and on the 17th her father passed to the great beyond the Rev Dennis officiating at both funerals which were preached at the cub Church they have the sympathy of the citizens of this place the following were elected As officers of the m e s s superintendent t e Shuter assistant superintendent mrs j n Replogle Secretary h r Fribley assistant Secretary a Heer librarian Alice Snyder assistant librarian w Cameron chorister mrs j w Shuter Cornelist c e Snider. A Coy returned Home after a few weeks visit with j e Mercer w Christy transacted business at Bryan tuesday. W a Snider wife and daughter Lois were Here tuesday p Eiser was Here tuesday. Evansport o., dec. <5,190-1. Having sold my office and business All parties knowing themselves indebted to me please Call on me at the Garber House and make some satisfactory settlement on or before dec. 23, 1904. M. V. . D. Christmas and new year holi. Day excursion dec 24, 25, 26 and 31, and Jan i and 2 the b amp o will sell Low rate excursion tickets from All stations on its line West of the Ohio River. Tickets will be sold to All Points on b amp o and connections West of Pittsburg Wheeling and Parkersburg. Good for return until Jan 4. For further information Call on or address nearest b amp o agent or b n Austin g p a Chicago. Sherwood t Roy Rock who is attending College h Oberlin is spending the holidays with his parents or. And mrs. H g Rock or f m Shook and daughter Berl drove to Defiance saturday. Mrs. Hollis Miller and master Loel returned Home monday after a visit at net Home in Toledo Coe Haver of Hicksville spent sunday with his parents or. And mrs. Jas have Henry Van Lear and family of Garrett attended the funeral of their Uncle Thos. Haver saturday the mess will give a Xmas entertainment sunday evening John Deur Kwasin town Haver was in Defiance monday for up to Date display of Stock of Holiday goods Sherwood a stores will certainly walk off with the cake Dickey Bros have Pur chased the John Shook property and will move their agricultural Stock in the rear part Bat Ruby occupying the front part with a line of new Black Smith shop is nearly ready for occupancy. We Hope to see Good substantial buildings on the lots made vacant by the fire in the near future died dec. 19, miss Bertha Greutman at her Home Southwest of Tow site Nad been confined to her bed since september with that dread disease consumption. Funeral was held thursday p in at the reformed Church Rev. Lahr officiating real estate transfers lot 500 just received new broaches Signet rings Cha ins charms lockets. Rings and jewelry. Defiance City Sophia Hughes to Wesley Hughes 7 Williamston add. Chas b Squire admin to def. Home saving amp loan Assn lot 27, East a Glaize. 400 Defiance Home saving i loan Assn to Helen Ebright lot 27 East a. Glaze. Chas f Ankeney to Geo Ankeny lot 4 Boughten a first add. Ernest Dalldorf to j e and Anna wid Mer lot 29 East Defiance. Too f x Groseil it a1,to Jos Groselle lot 18 n Maumee. John Durk to Sophia Durk lot 82 s def 460 500 400 1200 400 150 165 3000 3400 3000 this line is of the latest designs and they Are Choice desirable article that will surely please you for your Xmas gifts. County John c Ames to Grant Ames lots 22, 23, 36, 37,38 Edge o lots Hicks vol. Mary o Bays to Al lower lot 184 Sud plat Hicksville Vil. Kerr Bros mfg co to Lucinda Pinkerton it lot 33 Aud plat Hicks vol. Lucinda Pinkerton to James Stahl lot 3 Aud plat Hicks Vil. Jacob Weis it a1 to Frank Flory 10a Adams. Jacob Weis it Al to Eliza Flory 40a Adams. M v Replogle to d w Coy lot 75 Evansport. 1650 Geo a Reynolds to Chas David 98.28a Washington. 5500 Chas Mannon to John and Jacob Stater 30a Milford. 1500 Lewis Saltzman to Manoah gingerly 79.68a Hicksville. 450q Lucretia place to Jacob Oswalt l4a Hicksville. 800 John Mccarty sheriff to n Hanen Krath 40a Defiance twp. 900 Pheras Keezer to Geo Keezer 78.28a Defiance twp. 4000 August Joehlin to George Schneider 80a Defiance twp. I Noah Hanenkrath to Henry ingold.40a Defiance twp. 1400 Gold clocks in All the new finishes. They Are new. New line of watches fobs chains and charms for gentlemen absolutely the finest line them. W v c j Ever shown. Come and see our prices Are Money savers customers. For our i x. Weiser Kruger amp co., jewellers. Diamond merchants. Worlds fair officials paid the last instalment of the Federal loan of $4, 500.000. Henry j. Immenhort a Well known Coal and River Man committed suicide at his residence at Cincinnati No cause assigned. Nine scouts of the thirty eighth company and one american attache1 to the Hospital corps killed in an a Bush in the East coast of Samar. Organs for Christmas or any other time. We Hare several slightly used and second hand organs in Good condition for Sale at very Low prices. For All purposes they Are As Good As new and Are from % to % cheaper. Call and eee them. The Whitney amp Currier co. A. W. Fuller mgr. A come Palm commanded Jane Tivy in Bright Sharp tones. Titus Tivy a Meek undersized Man responded to the summons and stood unresisting by before his daughter while in accordance with Lier biweekly custom she prepared him for his trip to town. First she deftly folded a Muffler about his neck buttoned his great coat snugly Over it and then put on his Cap tying the ear laps in place. She next handed him the memorandum for groceries and a letter to mail with instructions to carry it Iii his hand All the Way a lest he when he had taken his seat in the Wagon amid the molasses Jug kerosene can and butter crocks she put a soapstone at his feet Aud tucked about him a heavy Blanket shawl in lieu of a Lap Robe albeit the Day was Bright and sparkling. When he had driven away she went serenely into the House to put the finishing touches to the toilet of her sister Rose a girl of fourteen years. Rose did not submit to Lier costuming As meekly As her father had done. She pouted at the hanging braids of hair bucked against the White apron and begged for a dip to her Blouse. Jane authoritatively silenced and overruled these objections and Rose went sullenly to school. For five years since the death of her Mother Jane had held a tight rein Over the household and its members were strictly under Jaue Rule. She was a woman of convictions. One of them was that her duty clearly Lay in managing the affairs of others. People were afraid of Jaue. They submitted to her domineering or avoided it. There lived a Man on ail adjoining farm however who was not afraid of Jane. For some time he had resolved to introduce her to her True self and he had chosen this morning to do it. He appeared amid the pots and kettles and Jane. A drop your work Jane and sit Down. I want to talk to a Well Joel i guess you la have to choose some other time for visiting. In a no lady of Leisure. This is my time to a Jane a said Joel with a new quiet ring in his voice a you Are going to listen to me now. I have waited your convenience just As Long As i am going Jane a nostrils dilated dangerously but her heart beat faster than it Ever had before although she had a kept company with or 1 for six years. A Joel Dixon a she replied snapping off her words As if she were biting thread a that Isnit the tone to take with me. It does no to go i have no time to listen to you Joel a Stock of patience had endured for six years. It was now exhausted. He recalled tile vision he had encountered on his Way hither of Titus Tivy driving to town. Ile gave a Short laugh at the recollection squared his shoulders for action and crossed the Kitchen to Jane lie took the dishcloth from her threw it on the floor and taking her Arm marched her into the sitting room and seated her on the Plush sofa. A now Well talk business a he said decisively. Jane was silent from sheer Surprise but into her being were inoculated the germs of fear respect Aud liking for Joel tiny germs it is True but destined to flourish. A i have waited six years for you to name the Day Jane. If you done to do it i shall. After your mothers death it was reasonable to expect to wait a year or maybe two but ill wait to Jane was returning to her Normal condition. A we must wait a year a she decreed. A the mortgage will be paid then. Rose will be through a a you la marry me a month from to Day of not at All a he said composedly. Jane jumped to her feet. A indeed Well i am not going to be forced or threatened by you. Joel Dixon ill not marry you until i see fit a a Jane a he replied coolly a you Are acting under the mistake of thinking you Are necessary to your father Aud Rose. They a get along a great Deal better without you or More to their liking a what do you mean a she cried in Surprise. A what i say. You Haven to been so successful running things Here As you think and there s going to be no Petticoat Rule at my House. Today a wednesday. You just think Over what i have said and saturday about this time ill come Over again Aud prove up what i having thus spoken Joel departed and Jane returned to the abstracted washing of dishes with new food for thought. When her father was unfolding the Bingville weekly that afternoon she astonished him by saying a spa Haven t i managed the House Well and kept up things since a died a Titus Tivy peered at Lier Over his spectacles and paper. He did not answer with the alacrity she had expected. A Well Jane a he finally said a i guess you re the Best Cook and housekeeper in these parts. There ainu to a Lazy Bone in your Jane was not satisfied. A that is not what i mean. Haven to things been As you liked in be always done what i thought was for the Best a a Why Jane a he hesitated a your Way May he the Best but folks done tour special suit Sale is progressing very nicely and we have Given some gains such As Are Seldom found. Bar our Trade has been delighted with the Nice up to Date line of Good we have been offering and we still have a Verv Large line of suits overcoats hats Caps. Smoking jackets Bath Robes night Robes fancy socks suspenders shirts neckties kerchiefs men s and ladies umbrellas shoes Aud slippers. The prices we Are offering on these goods Are astonishingly Low and we want you to come to our store and see for yourself the values we Are offering. Duality and right at prices Are by the Arm and marching her out of the House. Surprised she suffered herself to be led or rushed through the Orchard. Down the Hill to where the Road wound its Way. A now stand behind this tree and watch he said. Wondering if he had gone crazy she did As he directed. She saw Lier father drive jogging Fleetwood up to a Zigzag Corner of the rail Fence get out take the soapstone wrap it in the shawl and pitch it behind a stump. Then he unbuttoned his coat threw his Muffler under the Cushion took off his Cap doubled Back the ear laps inside the Crown put the letter and memorandum Iii his pocket got Back in the buggy and drove away. Jane looked at Joel a Light of new intelligence creeping into Lier eyes. A has lies a a the has. For five years. Ile knows what he wants and has had his own Way right along Only lie thought it was easier to let you think you were having she turned Back toward the House Joel accompanying her. A and has every one about Bere known it a she asked faintly. A yes they have thought it a Good joke on you and they liked your father too yell to give him she looked so utterly miserable that he almost but not quite relented. A no done to go in the House yet a he said. A there goes Rose Down the Road. When she a out of sight i want Sci to a i done to need to a replied Jane quietly. A i suppose she stops and remakes her toilet a yes she hides her apron under a Stone Perks up her front hair and jerks up the braid to meet it and pulls Down Lier shirt she sat Down Oil the Steps. A then All these years a she said bit Terly a a in be been a failure and a a no Jane. You have simply made the mistake a great Many competent women make of wanting to she was silent. Joel thought he saw an Effort to hide a tear and Felt encouraged. Ile sat Down beside Ler and put his Arm about her. A a month from last wednesday she turned her head away. A ooh you a better take Lucy Wicks. Sliced never try to Boss you. You need a woman with no will of her a no he said gently turning her fact toward him a i Nee it the of Gorman Mahon. Franciscan monastery. Washington replica of the holy sepulchre at Jerusalem. A bit of strange old world transplanted into this with All its original atmosphere intact is the Beautiful monastery a few Miles out from Washington under the saintly auspices of the franciscan friars. The institution almost seems an anachronism planted with All its mediaeval suggestions with in a Birds flight of the bursting new world City. A monastery within sound of the Gong of the trolley cars a monastery a stones throw from a soda Fountain a monastery in a Mise in scene of strictly up to Date minute american Ness the combination on i the face of it is bizarre. Yet once within its sacred Walls one feels trails-1 ported Back a thousand years one becomes himself a part of hoary history a a running mate of Godefroid de Bouillon a close chum of Peter the Hermit and All the vast crusading company. The monastery of the holy sepulchre j is in All respects an exact facsimile of the original building at Jerusalem the holy City which encloses the sacred Tomb the object of the holy wars. The i holy sepulchre with the crack across i the Stone is exactly reproduced in the monastery at Washington As Are the crypt Grottoes and even the winding. I Musty catacombs the latter however i Only for dramatic effect since no inter ments will Ever be made within them. The monastery of the holy sepulchre j erected within the last three years j like its Model at Jerusalem is in the shape of a fivefold Cross the Emblem of the order of Jerusalem. The vast cruciform Church is supplied with Plain chairs and Prie Dieux As in the old country instead of stationary pews. There Are shrines and altars in every Niche. Here tonsure monks and Lay Brothers in the most picturesque garb hold solemn service marching in reverent procession from shrine to shrine devout and chanting. Their Brown to in vow dentist office Moll is 8 00 a. M to 5 00 p. In. Sundays�?9 to to a. M a phone -690-642. Office Post office. Building. Correct thie card time of arrival of trains at Defiance station. West bound. No. 4712 40 a m no. 53 55 a m no. 17.im 08 a m no. 7.1123pm no. 37 29 p in no. 15.2 to a m Nastic Robes Are knotted at their waists no 45i of a in Gron Willess fear. Chollye i did think of v politics but i was my Aid i know just How to treat my Inte Winaus. Done Tyr know. Peppery your ors of you be Likely meet any of pre amps the Tariff a Ivd trusts. G 111 a a a in in Uhrt Iii la s. Intel i to always want the Best Way. They want their own Jane said no More then but when Rose came in from school she said to her a Rose done to you Wear the Best clothes of any girl in school a a maybe i do a replied Rose a Litt e crossly. A but what a the pleasure in Good clothes if you can to Wear them As you want to a again Jane was silenced. A they say a continued Rose partly a that Joel Dixon a Sweet on the new a great fear smote Jane. Then she rallied of Joel Dixon wanted a utile Meek clinging Vine woman f it a a wife he could take Lucy Wicks and Welcome. But Rose s speech rankled and lingered Iii her memory tin nigh the week Aud she anxiously awaited what saturday might Brig Forth. It brought Joel just As she was starting her father for town. As Titus gathered up the reins Jane intercepted the Exchange of winks Between her father and her Lover. This troubled her Aud she was in a puzzled rather than an antagonistic mood Lien left alone with Joel. A come with me a he said taking her Protection Iii a direct incentive to the formation of combines Tariff Reform is one of the Cardinal principles of the democratic Faith and the necessity for it was never greater than at the present time. It should be undertaken at once Iii the interest of All our people. The Dingley Tariff is excessive in Many of its rates and. As to them at least unjustly and oppressively burdens the people. It secures to Domestic manufacturers singly or in combination the privilege of exacting excessive prices at Home Aud prices far above the level of sales made regularly by them abroad with profit thus giving a Bounty to foreigners at the expense of our own people. Its unjust taxation burdens the people generally forcing them to pay excessive prices for food fuel clothing and other necessaries of life it levies duties on Many articles not normally imported in any considerable amount which Are made extensively at Home for which the most extreme protectionist would hardly justify protective taxes and which in Large amounts Are exported. Such duties have been and will continue to be a direct incentive to the formation of Nuge Industrial combinations which secure from foreign Competition Are enabled to stifle Domestic Competition and practically to monopolize the borne Market. It contains Many duties imposed for the express purpose Only As was openly avowed of furnishing a basis for reduction by Means of reciprocal Trade treaties which the Republican administration impliedly at least promised to negotiate. Having on this Promise secured the increased duties the Republican party leaders spurred on by protected interests Defeated the treaties negotiated by the executive and now these same interests cling to the Benefit of these duties which the people never intended they should have add to which they have no moral right. Even now the argument most frequently urged in behalf of the Dingley Tariff and against Tariff Reform generally is the necessity of caring for our infant industries. Many of these industries after a Hundred years of Lusty growth Are looming up As Industrial giants. In their Case at least the Dingley Tariff invites combination Aud monopoly and gives justification to the expression that the Tariff is the Mother of Parker. He swaggered of to death As he had swaggered through life. The of Gorman Mahon was about eighty years of age when i met him for the first time. One could still see what a lion of a Man he had been. He was Over six feet High. Ile had still an immense mane of Snow White hair and lie had a Long White Beard. The face was Long and horse shaped the eyes were still Bright and fierce and defiant Aud the voice had a deep note like the Roar of a enraged lion. The of Gorman Mahon was the very Pink of old fashioned Courtesy but one could easily see what a Man he had been. He was the great dualist of his Day a survival of the Squires who live in the pages of the chroniclers of Ireland before the Union. Ile had been out dozens if not scores of times and there was a Story of his fighting some three duels All in a morning. It was curious that he stuck to the old dueling gospel to the end. I Nevei saw a Man so disgusted As he was when he found that or. Parnell would not Send a Challenge to sir William Harcourt for some insulting language which sir William had used to the Irish chief. I can still recall the scene. It took place at one of the tables in the tearoom of the House of commons. The old Warrior turned up at the consultation looking almost Radiant. He sniffed the dueling ground from afar. Some Tao or three of the then Young colleagues of Parnell were present and this idea of a Challenge appeared to their modern minds of course As something grotesque. But the of Gor Man Mahon had come in perfect Faith that a Duel was a certainty and his Long horse shaped face became visibly longer As Parnell calmly said that he did not regard dueling As rational or necessary. The old gentleman was too polite to express his real feelings but the pained silence which followed the announcement of Parnell sufficiently revealed what he Felt. During the All night sittings of the eighties the of Gorman Mahon was always in his place. Ile made it almost a Point of vanity never to be absent when any such work was going. He wore the same suit of clothes Winter and summer. It was a curious Light coloured heavy Tweed. Somehow or other it seemed to Accord with the White inane and the White Beard. He also was a great smoker but instead of a Cigar he used to smoke the democratic pipe and if i mistake not the tobacco was both Strong and cheap. He could Tell very strange tales of the old Days in Ireland and in Many other parts of the world too. He had fought in some of the Many civil wars of the Southern hemisphere and had Many marvels to relate of earthquakes revolutions and other natural and human Phenomena in those far off regions. I was with the Gallant old fellow within a few hours of his death. He died As he had lived. He was full of the round oaths of the eighteenth Cen i Tury had his drink to the last joked i about his ninety years refused All Cou a solutions temporal or spiritual Aud i swaggered off to death As he often had i done to the dueling ground. He was the last of a m. A. P. By cords. Their in stockinged feet slide Over the Stone floor in noiseless sandals. There san ascetic look of peace and on their Pale faces a softened cadence to their Rich voices. The franciscan monks Are missionaries in emulation of their Patron Saint. A Sweet St. Francis of Assisi the mendicant Friar. A Large number of Lay Brothers Are being educated Here within the cloistered monastery to take their places like the crusaders of old in the Battle against the infidelity of the Oriental land sanctified by the presence of the sacred sep Plain dealer. The Vatican gardens. The Vatican gardens Are of Horseshoe shape. On entering a Noble Terrace stretches away and goes round two sides of a Large formal Garden. At the end of the first stretch of Terrace the Carriage Road mounts up a Hill and encircles the grounds but More tempting than the wide Well kept drive is an irregular opening in the Green Wall through which you pass into a Wood wild and Shady. At the top of the Wood the ground opens out. And upon the Crest of the Hill is a Small Villa with plainly furnished rooms Aud a Little Chapel built As a summer residence for Leo Xiii. Beyond it is a Vineyard with a Broad walk leading to the modern Grotto of the Madonna of Lourdes and farther on to a Large enclosure for wild animals a sort of menagerie. Here Are ostriches pelicans and other foreign Birds Aud various kinds of Deer. The present Pope often walks Here and comes to watch the animals through the bars. Kast bound. No. Ii. 3 35 a in no. 46 i 07 a m no. 4 5 45 a m no. 16 i 30 p in no. 8 3 25 p m no. 68 52 p in West bound nos. 6 and 17 Dally except sunday nos. 47.15,7 and 5 Dally last bound nos. 4 and 16 Dally except sunday nos. 14. 46 d except monday 8 and 6 Dally. No. 5 and r a it it Royal Blue limited Soll Vest baled trains Chicago to new York Pullman Ira wine room sleeping Erst parlor observation from Pittsburg to Washington and Baltimore. No. 7 and 8 new York and Chicago express solid a a it Hub a train through to donation. Trains 47, 45, run Dally except monday. J. I. Montgomery b n Austin ticket agent cd p. A. Chicago 111. D b Martin. Mgr. Passenger traffic Balun r re pc in effect dec 4th, 1904. East bound no 22 Pitts and Toledo exp 6 47 no 28 Toledo mail amp accom.,. 7 18 no 6 mail and express. I co no 24 Alan tic my ii and exp. 7 54 no 70 local freight. La of West bound no 7 Vail and express. 8 to no 5 fast mail. 4 to no 23 fort Wayne a com. To 50 no 71 local freight. La of information cheerfully Given and correspondence answered promptly. Earl Lind. Agent Defiance. Ohio a painters artifice. Starts in life. Some of the Meu of education have had to Start As rag Sorters. A surprising number have begun with Dis washing. Among them i have known a musician and two seminar its who have become waiters a bricklayer who now owns a hotel and is Worth $100,-000 a civil Engineer who threw aside the dish rag for a Porter s Job and after seven years hard work and saving has just become a partner in a prosperous expressing and shipping business. A typical Case is that of a Young doctor who came to America to make his Fortune with a Hundred spare dollars in his pocket. He tramped about new York for weeks to find work to suit him. He was starving before a Friendly Comasco Cook got him a Chance to Wash dishes. He lost his self respect he said and seemed to fall lower and lower until he resolved to learn English and a Trade. He is now a skilled ladies tailor and earns $35 a week during the Busy work. Gleanings. The secret of the color in one of Turners pictures. The late or. Horsley it. A., has re j corded that at one time he studied a1 i most daily one of Turners finest water j colors called a the Snowdon Range a i admiring especially the tender warmth of the Light Clouds encircling the Moon. I he tried All sorts of glasses to see if he i could discover How the particular glow j was gained but without Success. Chance revealed the secret. The picture began to buckle from its mount i and its owner sir Seymour Linden j put it into the hands of a noted expert to be remounted. When he had successfully removed it from its old mount i the expert sent for the owner to show j him what he had discovered. A Circle \ of Orange Vermilion had been plastered on the Back with an Ivory palette knife j where the artist wanted the effect and then worked off sufficiently far through i the pores of the previously netted a i per to give the show of color while retaining the smooth surface without a j Trace of workmanship on the right Side. This May have led or. Horsley him j self to use As he did. Brilliant Orange i As the foundation for a White Muslin dress. 6.h.&d. Low rates for Over 5,000 horses Are killed in Spanish bullfights every year while from 1,000 to 1.200 bulls Are sacrificed. The swedish town of Hananger has established a graduated tax on All persons weighing More than Loo pounds. Every adult passenger who travels through the Suez canal pays a toll of $2. Children under twelve Are assessed $1. In Vienna the answers made by prisoners in the sweat Box Are recorded by a phonograph so that there cannot be subsequent doubt of the statements made. The gab Elhorn Canton Valois Switzerland was ascended for the first time recently by two tourists and a guide. Many attempts have been made during the last fifty years. The markets. Potatoes Dew per by. 40 lard per la. 98 Beans per by. 2 of butter Perl. 15 eggs per d o26 wheat per by. I la new Oats. 30 Barley. Com shelled. 57 Hay no. I per ton. 7 of Corn ear per c it. 57 chop feed. I 30 hides Green per la. 07 hides salted per la. 7 to Quot half hides per la. To Spring chickens per la. 07 ducks per la. Of Young turkeys per la. Of egg per Doz. 20 fowls. 97 beef per lha live market8v4 to 4 of hogs dress6 of lambs per Hundred lh.4 504 5 of lard per la. Chickens Oldo Young chickens. Christmas and new year holidays to All Points in Central passenger association territory. Tickets in Sale december 24th, 25th, 26th and 27th, 1904, also january 1st and 2nd, 1905, Good for returning until january 4th, 1905. Finest trains in Central states. Call on Dearest c. H. Amp d. Agent for full information regarding rates time of trains Etcor address d. G Edwards p. T. M. Carew bldg., Cincinnati Ohio travel to Columbus Athens. Galli pols. Charleston and the Virginias via Ohio Central lines t. Ca. O. C. Re ii. Cd. M. Re. Three Good trains a Day in each direction Between Toledo and Columbus each train carrying parlor cars and first class Day coaches. Through trains with parlor cars to Athens Middleport Gallipolis and Charleston w. A. Two trains a Day from Toledo making direct connection with the c. And Ray for Lynchburg. Richmond old Point Comfort and Washington. Travel on Tkv Ohio Central furs amp hides wanted i will pay the following prices for furs and hides Large prime dark Mink from $2.00 to $2.5 Large fail muskrat2 to Ile Large prime color $1.00to $1.s> Large prime Well furred no. I Green hides.6 to 64c no. I calf hides.7�?~4 to Nytcz i also buy sheep pelts tallow beeswax scrap Iron and Vetals of All descriptions. Also did rubbers and rags and pay the highest Market Price for them. Cali on me before buying elsewhere. J9 Freeborn California information is a big state Large of area Rich in natural wealth tremendous in its Scenic features and with a future j fall of great Promise. Every american is More or less interested in knowing about this wonderful Commonwealth. A forty Page folder with More than a half Hundred Beautiful illustrations and a Complete map of the state in colors has been issued by the Chicago amp North i Western railway. It contains in condensed and interesting form a mass of information on various subjects of interest including a list of hotels at califor Nia tourist Points with their rates capacity Etc. Sent to any address on receipt. Of four cents in Stamps. A f Seveland Gene a agt., 234 so error St., level and

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