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The Clyde Enterprise. Vol. XXlffto. 2. CLYDE, OHIO, THURSDAY, ItAitfH 31,1898. 11.50 per Tear, (1.00 if paid in Advance.' is. well prepared For Easter Trading [ witK a. fresh supply of seasonable DRY GOODS and .f NOTIONS, ' ■ NEW KID G-LOVES! We have received, besides a^ fresh assortment of bur regular $1.00 Glove, a complete line of t the celebrated Jbuvin Glove, at I $1:98. i / ■ t NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS > designed ior jaunty Easter Cbs- f ., tames. The Dcj'Ji of Peter Pointz.' Peter Point* died Inst Ffiilaj night (bs rumiv infirmary at Fremont, ed nearly 81 year*. . Tba remains ■re brought lo Clyde on Saturday, id on Sunday the funeral »M held [n the M. H. church, conduit by lev. S. J. McConnell, and Ibe nmiiu rere Interred In Mcpherson cemetery, be service* being largely attended. Peter Polnti bad befln a resident >t Cljdo sine* 18G0, until n few nootba i(o wlm up account u( TSillog bealib ind the fact tbut ht >o llring relative* lolook after , be wa* taken lo the Infirmary. He was a uif-nitief- of (be Clyde M. K. church, end lit masy respecta ■ ., remarkable man. Tbe following »tory ol bla life iu t»ken dawn from " dictation, and frill be very inter- 3g to ibe friends of '-Uncle Peter:" roaiornntLi«or Pitik Pqimtz . wns .born in Bracken county, tacky,four mile* eoolb of August* M t * it, ty-second (ley Of April, r,lnal*verj; . Mjfatberbeiongea idsn by ibe name of Smith, ud her to Hugh Atw*ll\ Both of these men were native* of Vuglolaand id in Dover, Kentucky, a\lhe " I, NEW LACES )'; in all the latest designs for I trimming. NEW SILKS . iqr waists and for trimming. i NEW LOT OF UMBRELLAS with stylish handles. I NEW RIBBONS ) in plaids and plain colors.' the Alwelli moved io Augusta rather ased to visit mother occasions II) but Smith gat tired of tbia and told fatber tbai be mast get soother Kite <f Aloell intended to move all over theconntry. Bmltbhadbougbtabtack girl snd soon after this father commenced to live with hcC as his wife. I caurememberof seeing fatberonee when I was about Bye year* old) be All the late novelties in Ladies' NECKWEAR. And in fact new things in all goods usu ally handled by us. Tours Truly, L W. H. Bacon. Beet Sugar in Ohio Tbe per capita cooeucaptlon of gar In tbe United Stake la around etj-five pounds annually. Tbls laid make far Ohio, wiih her popu- tloD of 3.G72.316, in approximate iQDal oonsumplloQof HfO.lHJu tons, jtih at the present wholesale vket price, *I3,000,000. All of la amount It annually sent on', tbe aie, and over SO per cent, of it ■r* to foreign ooontrie*. With leaty beetaugar factories buili at a •lot half a million dcJkn each, all gar roosnmed by us could be pro- iced within Ibe Stale. To supply aae factories w(ib beela wouid re- iUe 80,000; lo 100,000 acrca of land noted to auga( beets, and woujd esn ths distribution of I early demot high quality a Slate. H**1d idlviduala, rated that beets ot bn k row a within the all tbe , necessary aa the' market for the Babb«d. product, all that remains necessary la a little push and enterprise to make the beet sugar industry in tjbio a great success. Within ten years we could not only supply our toabip large quantities of aogar to 15,01 a State. ually I, c fai The tan rs employment to 15,000 men, and toy thouaand* would God employ- iut iu the beet Quids when consld- able hand lahor ia'.necesaary. The lildlng of plants would afford i ploy men l to Inechauic* and a irkat for an Immense amount of ichiuery which can .all bs built thin tha Statu, A large proportion Ihe beet eugar plants now in •eratlon in America in equipped th maehiuery built In Cleveland. tbe manufaoture of the sugar 0,000 tons of coal and 100,000 uotllmestdne would be consumed ch year; 80,000 to 100,000 acres mid be removed from the compt- m in other cro|H. Tbe Stale'* oportioo of taxes from tha sugar ■aits on a SO per cent, valuation mid be tlT.OOO annually, and Its i the same lias is, would be 13,000 ryear. With these facts in view, .ml.i out the' State uf Ohio make ery effort to-get Ibis industry Isblisbed aa awn aa possible? Ai(J Dr,Te*WTcddiog. »■ r>Wt», Cat., r. i .r, vri.ii ink. \ very pretty wedding occurred Wedimdar svenirg, srbenooeof La Jlesa's charming daughters, Mies Florence A. tjuiiec, became tbe wife of Dr Charles R: Weeka. Tbe rooms tastefully decorated witb palm branches and roses. Miss Sadie Walker madu a becoming bridesmaid ■bile Waldomar Queen, brother of le bride, acted as best man. The luUpy couple have the 'beat wishes '*' "flsi, Of shorn there sre otilieli I divided 1 Stats ruling, inlri.slvu boil e market gardening nisr out great ites/nhich Is rlbe result ot ji experience: Under the best u ,gement it lakes from two to I uoos for lb*, farmers io silly to learn bdwto grott beet c beal ,sdvintage. ■ Ugtil tbli me the sugar fsetnry is not ossi sn suuaitant supply of twets opsr quality' meanwhile -'I is st risk, anil e glanI usually runoiuj sfpsrlence In ibis eouut i.i dep onducted by I i of I Miss Florence A. Queen,one of La ass's popular young ladles, sod Cbsrles H. Weeks, of Clyde, O., were msrrlsd Wednesdsy evening st jlhe ' Ide'e borne, La Mesa., Tha .rooms ere beautifully decorated anil a Isrge number of friends were preacnL 'lias Sadie Walker acted as brides- iaid and Waklotoar Queen was Ibe Them WBI in Tim. he wstksalong Mala atreel, ho olios store that Snakes a specially I blending- tea and putting muds of coffee. Tbe niaili drertiaeil and tu you ptas Ihe doors 'HitaklnkSTeas" will stuscl your si ontlon. Our representative wroellni BfosU-pfJed Id for a ■bore lutarvle with the propriolor.Mr G. W. Busklr ud from him obtained the followln panlcutsn; "Bmksche was the on! asld Mr. Dunkirk, "H out quite eovei sttlmiM during tfic ]nut f«» month aodseolnu Dons'* Kidney i'illl mlve is, porfunlj ntl.fiiclory lb iftba word. Tber an a liclcai remedy' ind one commend and wuutd sun sS Collins without exciting any suspicion by felling him ss soon aa I could get .way from the hotel -l intendesMo go back home (that la back to the farm) few days and there 1 could let loney oat to some of thsfsrmers ___ srnsllltleloterestoniL When I got my money of Charlie Hawkins, tbe Stewart, be gsvt me butllSO. I remonstrated with him and told iiim i him 1170. . lie ssld that wire bad returned, and be low where Ibe rest was. mid notcooot, snd [ think est, but l>is wife wss not ThetTO-in tbe cellar 1 bad to leave. lugerous to dig It fellow, who was going with me, made arrange menu with a black Shell to take u Shell lived in Ripley,Ohio, b him after Ibis until afterl w rsold. wenty ill nsd s farm ottwo mud ted teres, about oue, hundred, of sblch was cleared. Be kept seven ilsvi-c—my mother and .her four iblldrco and two others. I was dwayatnn.W well, never was whipped ■nd had good food and plenty of it. When I was sbont twenty tears old my mlstrejis gave me a' piece of ground to clear.' I wss to have tin crops for clesrlng tbe I snd, but bar I do lbs work "on Suadsjs, holiday] id nights. I often worked until lidnigbt burning sod clearing. The aves all had an opportunity (« attend cburcb on Sunday, snd many of them era m'mbers of the church. ". loiter wss a member of the Baptist church. The slaves attended church »i Ibe same cburcb'with tbe white _"■ rhicb M not tba esse la Ibe Soatbem states now, Iwsssbouttweaty.Dineyesrs old tbe Atwtlls broke up farming, and waa hired out by William Atwefl, s jd of Hugh Atwelt, to work for ihe idow Qoddsrd, wbo"owned Ihe beat hotel In MsyCvllle.^Uy brother Ssm i worklhg for her some lime before I went there. J staid with ber tiffac! id cspiti a. Totiilu over tlds perk isd cxpriisient in ifrviin i hminliV* \'.«' vTpL. >, boy and Tbe portei bosls csme in, sna nutn goi uj csrrylrig trunks snd carpet sscl (csrpet picks were miich used st th "ahoteL, Twenly-flvocen meral price for carrying some 'if the boys woul anything less; my brother w awsy anything less than dw bis contempt I made of a-.cc.ey la Ibis way and ill! 1 had about *340., S100 of thla I put in tbe bsnds ota storekeeper by the osme of General 'V-lliisi, 1170 In the hands of tbeikewird of keep, and (70 I buried In tbe cellar ider the hotel. Some time ' after a war I wss back to Msysvllle on a til and went into the cellar of tbe d hotel lo look for the money I had .jricl, but the cellar bottom bad been lowered iwofeet or more, and s new neat bottom put In and I could not Ideafff r tbe place. Al tbe time 1 pnt ibe money In Ihe bsnds Jjf Genera! Collins, tlie papers In tb« city corns on It saying Ihil I'Hcr I'oiuff ■cd more money th in any othe: black boy in iha city. This msdi Utile cautious forfesrtbe peopli would saspsct ma uf keeping money Itetsway on,and Idld'oot put any ire money In bis bands. -The boys the hotel talked amoog themselves it it was not best to let folks know it we were saving money. By tbe fall of 1848 lime* began to get quite critical along tbe river. Many slaves were escaping to L'ansda by way of Ihe underground railroad, and the blacks were watched very closely. Any one, white or black, imlng .from tbe Ohio side of tin vcr wss regarded ss s suspicion oerson aoless his - buslcess wai SfDowo, any alavo aeen talking with i irangcr win immediately sold to on. f the "nigger drivers" in the city ad csrried south. Sometime in thirty part of the .winter A Msck mat amid Jack learned In s-.mu Way that white man, agent of the underground ■ilroad, would be In town soon snd ould take any nbd wished lo lea' lith him to Canada, and It wou coat na nothing. Jack told me m ..ml I tr>ld Mary liross, who w privati'i'liBiubcrmali) for^is Owldanl ' m cauiiiioi'd her of the dinger of lling anyone. We walled aod .kl.el.fur Ibis white man, but foi of «0,000ayear, f. • bead ha* that editor I rive ■ viil... On Saturday night. tbe twenty-third of December, Ford " 'I who was running away who belonged to the cashier of the bank, Mary Gross ud myself Bees ley's bottom about a < from town,-when Shell and his brother were to meet ns with s ine o'clock. The river wss high and Uiomeudidnot come. Ford got frightened and took bis girl back tbe olty, snd aha got In the house somewsj without being.missed or besrd. Msry snd I staid there n=tll ' k snd then went bank to gel things In shape at the hotel before : were missed. As soon as ire got tbe olty we saw Ford; be bid found ihe Shells after taking bis girl boms, ' everything wis ready for n* to e, Under tbe elruumstsnces it impossible to take tbe other glrj i as snd there were only three of We paid Sbell 180'for taking iu serosa Ibe river. Be wanted tlOO bat we would not psj tbnt, and would not have paid *S0 butwereafrald.be would tell on us. We got to Ripley four o'clock In tha morning, snd were brought out in tha country four miles, to s msn named DcUnoy. We were taken on horse back and got stdawn. Ibadl2S5when I left Mevaville, and Sbell told me after I paid blm the (ft) not to let any one know I bad money or I would Jiargcd everywhere I went. Be that to cover hla own natality. The Delaneyswore neither while nor "llgbj complected^ people. •We 'laid there all day Sunday and Sunday night hs took usoo borsebsck s MrVoorhes. There-were olhsr iswsy'slaves here at Voorbes, and Monday we all helped blm strip tobacco. That night be took seven- a of in io the next | lace, and so traveling Id the night on horses, we went from place to place until we "" lawarc, and from there we foot-back" to Ml Uilead. We got IO ML Oilead January 7tb, -1840, and staid there until In May of following spring. We attended school there during tbe* rest of (be I bad never attended school snd could.not Dgure oriesd bnt I could spell quite welt. 1 bad been through ibe elementary spelling book three times while living "arm. I studied spelling, snd reading, and got along rtry well in spelling and arithmetic, but not so well in reading. It wss bsrd forme loresdforl bad to spell it all the words. About the Drat of May we were taken in a bnggy to Mansfield and pnt aboard tba cars for Sandusky. Brat time we bsd ever been strange feeling 1 bad when I looked id saw hois fsat sre were travel- 1 bsd never beard of anything _ that fast before. We staid In Sandusky about ten days until 1 got work on tbe Sultana. The boat sailed from Buffalo lo Chicago, nop[ied at Sandusky on her way to Detroit. I was what wi "silver man" and bad aboat three hundred pieces of Mary Gross went with me to Detroit snd stsid with bead waller's one years old. Retold me be bad a wife bnt that'would not'make uy ■not If he wanted lo go. I did not like tbia remark and thought If be did not know the value of a wife a not worth bringing awsy, and then be did not seem lo bo very lions lo go sp 1 gave blm tl snd bid'blm farewell. My nephew was s worthless, shiftless fellow who did not know the Vslue of freedom. 'sturned lo Ciucisaatl on ihe boat ud tbe ssmey car came lo Clyde. - 's ws* Id ISiiO, ud I have lived ;re 1 cow live was built" snd since thro I have lived alone. He r^n-t ThlolSc, A Clyde young man was struck by lightning tbe olnerolghl while in lbs set of saying good by to hia best girl. This Is, no doubl,aa io tbe Old rosn's boot Lorain ministers, have .crussde agalnat church member* iltendlog ibeatiTS, card* and dancing parlies, sad tbe ministerial association, composed of all the I'rolea tiDt'inlnJalera of tbe city, have signed a aet of resolutions, expressing regret and apprebeualon regarding the wordly and inoontittant conduct of members participating in these amuaemeDts. Tbe reading ot the reaolnliooa in'tbe different churches hu crested ninth incitement in cho.'oh circle*, snd a great deal of America'* Latent Power. The quickness and Inventlvenea* American mecbulcs, engineers id msnufacturers have uo parallel io Europe, tin a year'* notion. the United State* might undertake to pa even handed wj lb either the Dual tha Triple Alliance—although we cti! w a trip, t nl k Buffalo and she stsid cousin until I went to Chicago witii the boat. On tbe way luck from Chicago [ married Mary Gross. Soon ifler wo came lo Sandusky, and Mary went into tbe service or Mr*. Buxton. ( worked In the vicinity for turners, This wss daring tbe tltne tbe cholera so bad In, Sandusky. I was n sick with tha cholera and Came -dying. -Aaeoona* I got well I went lo (Jberlin and rented a house, i came tuck snd got my wife. lived in Oberlln until the passage of Ihe Fuglthsn Slav* Law. I wa* afraid -for our lately tbrn ud we loved to Cansda. 1 leased * farm boat slxorjelghtmileafroin Windsor rum a French man, aod soon after cgao to correspond with my brother am who lived io Cincinnati Id regard i securing my release from Service f lb* Alweli*. Be cam* to see me t Windsor sod we talked the matter vcr. Be Went to Mayaville and ought my release for 1150, secured io ptoper papers ud Sent them to le. 1 lived od 'his farm near Wind or until 1S5S when I left my wife on ccouut of her infidelity. I" then came to Cincinnati ud forked there llie.wliclu of tbe*umtnor f 1858, ansVJearned tbs whitewash rade. Tbs nAI year 1 went to wtn jr a Col. TbomaKjone* in Corfu] ;ii]. Kentucky, I worked for.oli me year aud .tbeo., returned I Cincinnati. ' " J I bail anepbew in Louisville, Ke tueky ud went tkeri/to uct blm awa Time* were very critical along II ver, snd I bad lo he very cautloi iiout letting per.pl.- know my bulls*) i Louiivllle. 1 told all who aski icon Ibe boat, to avoid suspicion,th cams from Covington. On tl ay down I got to talk wllh a Mack the bost who knew my il I ir : ■ ■-. I wllh b to gel.my ihingalu A* 1 learnesl afier- lucky for me thai 1 '. Atwell bad made at Ibe hotel wi ire making grai l-ii p-ir-iiioni for this hill, and 1 could not well be ipureil until it was over with. 1 got my money front General tin- tViris Tbcy w e I wa* sillfng hv ll he boat pretending t d him my boslnes* 1 asked blm If hi He did. not seen out it and replied .ol begin i mj.n. e Id it until £3*1. Jotni labu.." S».^».ff"»- 0.1, I array and the beglnnlDg of a navy, while Ihe European powera have made rar preparation their principal ' husl- i«a for a wants generation. It 1* o be snipecled tbatoLe reason why he American people have bought lb* lewspspers so eagerly during tliu paat vecks ll lo bo found In the *sllsfsc- tlontbey bare taken lo learning bow a strictly peaceful nation like our* could If necessary reveiselhepreo SS of Dealing sword* la plowshare*, It I* true, for exautulr, Uibi we have built only a few torpcdo-Loai* snd only s few vessels of ihe type known aa destroyers; but we bavu discovered thst about . a bundled very rich Americans have been amqalng themselves within tba past few years by building or buying splendid ocean going, slcel built steam yschls of high speed ud stanch quslitle* and capable of bslng quickly transformed Into naval dispatch-boats or armored ud Utied with' torpedo-tube*. Pro- tablf-wit a single private Spanish ctllaen eonld tarn over, lo his government socb a vessel ** the msgolBcenl Clockt yacht, the Ma)flower, w.hlch a tecured by our Savy Department Marob 18; not lo mention *oore* of other privet* steam yacht* of great sixe snd—strength that wealthy American citiien* are ready lo offer If needed. Christmas in Germany. While yon dear borne people ttme celebrating tbe birth of Christ all Germany was intent upfn the tame errand, for here ev/rj hoa*ehold, l*rgeorBmsll,rloborpoor,observeatbc dsy. There is no borne sohumble thai have iu Christmis tree, brlgbt wiih tiny Uper* and gay with Sntit trimming*. Bet* in Dresden next door neighbor* in * brother aod sister both in "tha sere yellow leaT' llme.ot life, aod l unmarried; Berr H— reserved .distant, Frauleln II— unmistakably an old maid, but UhrUltns* eve ill united into tit* little ere upon a table stood a Cbrlatmai tree brightened by trinkets and muy twinkling lights. Herr B— unbent, and was cordiality llseir, and .Fraolelo fl— served bouhV'V iioniemade winr) ud stole, i kind of raised cake made rich with taller, nut* snd ralsltts. Tbe Heroin mailer always ha* geneiou* mintitlcs of stole fur tba Christmas caaoD. Frauleln la very proud of ier nineteen fal loaves, each a half yard longi When on Christmas day L-iught a bug* loaf to us II itwincd wiih a delicate tracer) greens. Tbe Germane use fit aud. other greeiia for wreaths and garlands lidt do not employ holly or mwtetoe on feilnl occasion*. Johsunea llircbe to tha morulbg service. Tin muiie wis beautiful, aud full or tbe glad message, ''For Colo Yoo-aSon I* Boro." The air ■aa crisp and kern, ami I much ro- Joied the walk uf four block*. Io Ihe afternoon we received calls and read snd reread tbe many kind musagrt we bad ncivrd from loving and lined mica from Over the *e*. And*" fides -into Ihe background my first-feast day . spent smoog Ibis kind lieaiinl generous lieople. who lovii-g their Ijnd ud its tradiliona, have 1 *■ twining word for Xraerk's Detailed Statement Ire Village ol Clyde, Ohio, For Ihe year ending March Zl, 1898. Fourteenth Annual Report Trustees " k-XFENUnUBSS. niUsiae, tan. lasor... ..*.'." BuuroriK.jl.bor. Our, L. iioor wVia'uissi'.V mimi, sro.,a»tii:Dt •unarsV.";;:. Jjsj.fcl&jr .*... EaeSK'o. t.'jir' i»™. j.; gssfwa HP Eg' -,. .... jrj. V. ir. ,—!■(. luc-dlr-x il.Mnii.a."IIasl».7i»15'""< '. .'"'a Hri£Flcr (-<•„ |nl..|,<>( V ,. u"iEJ:1.S Inuvevemror Fund Strttt Impruvemcat Rind. ; ', J. lleil !ni. Ks,| . president id ol Wi wiih siibmit the I-UN annua)'report lit the receipts snd ripendinirei of the i.i>]h ita;erworks lor the yesrem" Marebj21, IBUS. The aeveral amounts esneaded ..it forth Id tha following exlrl Tha total permits uranred to data ... ""—I aa increase of IS daring the was contracted duriag . ,—r, but had not been fully completed. in ttia revenue during tha year, with very a<«d prospect of larger Increase tarihe coming one. The very valuable addition I .,•■.•■■- In the present supply of • becojilni more apparent tt> [hi ;ens. While muy villsnes and durlo<the past year were practically Urj ihepatroniolour plr— *-■' lealiistliadr.iulli. Nelv'i forced to drain th ■ili.-e,-., ,'.t lf|:l,. ■.. fteipectl r.Secy. , PRESIDENT'S REPORT. Clyde, Ohio, March, INW. ... _.. Clyde waterworks. For _ detailed statement of finances we refer iou to report ot secretary. v.'.e. l.einre In Ihe history nl tbi hrtvelhe prospects lnwn brlnhte: hfna;aliouttriBworki Kverythln* ;lth very few exceplio fill wnfaloc eondllli r:-; •r;x especially to [he bate rendered, rin- «i[er supply li without tbe shadow ol a doubt ade> Sjats fo> any and all purrs le purest snd best u,uallty , . in the slate. During (he year sn lm- ... ■ | Mint -ol water was iised, but otwltlletaod' i| | -1. - -. L !,y leceasary to draw oi rvices rendered I leeUfusUy e j'atrona of Die put year has been without * :lon lliiijiest that ha* ever been ■Irred. Imt this Is owing to the is . .: "I - ii '"■hi ■n;;- j i I ■».. A prvmire ot Ironi 3J to 40 lbs was ..jliu.lred stall Hours of the day and until mktnlght, thus giving to consumers am|pli' supply lnr sprii.tliiii; and all other iiurposea. And Kith this '.'.,'! taker* (o our liitand .ceusouaaolida few needed impi voir; * decidedly ornamental and in* Improvement, and one very r needed to protect Ihe bark agalna washing nl [he wavrs. Other impi meats were also made, a large p... being put nn the south Imiler. making ■ "■.c.licaily as good as caw, . -/lotiiolher minor tinproveaieiiti have been made about the works and grounds, which, taken as ■ whole, puti "'plant la good condition. So (hi roiis of the plant can rest assurer W. .r.HKJVK-fH", I'resiileiit of ibe Board of Waterworks Trustees. Fourth Arnnnl Report Electric Light Department. ui^-HWtj.-ckrtap... da* BnHSJrt/V f, si.jdlis aiu> alai*jrf ntia, wllSla sail RhCm tStH n.°c.T's wr' *J-^lUslCr*a^SlVta'"~" '« :- v:,,lr.l, C...I tin,,, J!*,•c•■itisi|, foil'-; ^^c^isSHf^— Notice of Election. • UAiga-aOvrsra, vmatvalCWSs. x aaalUM* elteion at \bt rllliit ot Clrda li.rn ..I,-,- I! v, «-. : ,■ K, -..-,:,;. :;:.\. IMS, laanwUL to subBlutd io tins lor a Simian, lbs orop^ orou, pariBIa uf^llowt. lo wli: Osa bandVv* tad flfiir (SUB) toil lnr lasts: nwt? Me. «*, ISH. — nm, IK*, tor iU Hr*«a ol fn ^l*lt£L*& SSmS' llaidac awl eslsollDS aUanr b, coDMnitl- ■«f!taa«'at'3Es-."B— lfv«UUtaaal*TlUW*. Tboa* WSo SoiuTuJ roiolafMiisroiaaia pnswIUpa shall Mates Johd." [nltaspaeoMoihlrf onuvslroUtm- ' AalbWbU|Du^>|dMtKsucniar^~.P*U s 71. i l':< il.e M„y,;1J :,-.!. II. Sprague,Mayor oftheVlllamolOlydeV * * ' tilr-1 herewith lulmiil In detail (he fourth annua! report of tin. KlecliiB l.i.i: l)eMrt-neni fur Hie year eudiis- .ll:.rcl.-.:i. IBIS,.. T Tlio niiniher ol nitrons d.irlng 111 " in increase of 13 ovel There has lasen a Isrge ;1r,ii„c, „:,,!-. increase m ih< rhwi j-.-.ir. tkl iv. i.-i.iidnes* hss he* reduced over I7K1UU and lln riptm "lighting thecllyatreetB dorlng tl, ■ir.onatn.il ol running expense is been imlj |:'-J.iB( per Ismp. The very large amount of coal cai ed in Block In order to be prepared i I times in ease of inlulng troubji has increased Hie expense ol the pan i-.-ill i:-l, ■■■- (,.. ii> I ■::, Tba past year has been eipecially ■-*..■ in other ware than fir— service being espeel daily, t r-no mying leiturehsuliiappejreil. The one month longer than prerloatly I Dlghl runs *t the begin- icee-ls t600.r)Q per fletpeclfully tuhouttiid. W. Y.. C.II.I.ETT. Clerk K. f. Dep Tbcre haa been palt .J,0(W .Siivut Inipravoi to red IloBds. bigctber iloulile.lly be .luno «t B lower nitij ul ■re ii :h I wiled jo ontlcliatlou ol nurpOMsa necessitated fundi In anticipation I by the li--ili._- if -in ciilijj ii., n '..,-. ■ ,. . .. .11 I rl J..- >i. xi i.[,],::,■• to tbi The balance w^ll be arallable ir. The t tmneil -,.,■ ■.■..-.l.nl In purchanlng bcinc secured of Cometcry Trustee's, i be "paid from roeeime arlslnc- fiimi si -;:<-bondal Indcbli'ilnei-stobc Ha'llHUl ll.r.HI,-.!.. 0 . vi.,., i:. :.,;,i.I,:,;,;!:,.; MMMsFtadfal,, •esat=- 1 hereby'certify tho foregoing UJ be ilnft of the receipts and »«• ocndlturoa of the soverd funds ot tha ncorporalcd vlUago of Clrdo, Ohio, 'or the year ending March 21, lt»S. W. H, GILLBTT, J. TJ. SI'RAGOE, X ii. "taaouS silj £r" Notict of Election. is aaallS*! sswi otcirfs ithasl SMdrt k OSIS. in Usetr «usid Max sa slscu* tojsii uuV^iatNu ITJiilJiitiJSS . «Vi* as^.,J«^ffl*ar*w. \M' : A Resolution 1 Declaring thenecesslty of providing ai • sewer out-let tor the Main itr—* sower along the Weaum Itescrve Maumm Turnpike, beginning IfllencctiOD of Vino street, village, with ssld Wcsiern and Man men Turnpike, .thc__ nine westerly Into lands now by aald vlllaeo, and continuing and extending said Mwcr by co:.:'.: MtJUJ lilu-hea and drains on said lands: and to provide for an election to determine Iho question of Issuing |bonds. ■.:■.,'.-...■. 111';'. .-' .-.sin ...„,. ,_ „,b-1) ,|„n( ,„. u„lin, ud Mmvw Turnwii. toaloalna at wnua ot VId* unit is, -M villiaw "^ 4M Taniptka ibis . e.t.m ti- wu iiliK., uiju fart M to. SI In sal* VIBsbsi as* eoallDalai _ ,—• snd itaelDeiiloas on Kla wllh |Ba JtaffiSuw*l^(»r,lsi,'*'™U ia° *" '"""'inslonO.of ■ !■■!.■ Ill si |<,"l.l ■ ■'■! in - I us illBlr, £>l wr aa* shall to silbsBlts* » IM r llns ll^i,tii;nl slmIon In ™^1 t>3l3! nssa rrsbrdlieeied locsn^sr,',,'. nliT.l» r,!-J- ■■ io V rercir-ed to Ox Ii. ...i i;ii.-.i „. „r u.„|.,,i, ,■,!,„.,, 1,1,1.,, Notice of Appoint wen t. August Bade, iQUrvfSMITH. - AND - HACHINIST. XXX EEPAIB W0BK, OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY. . - New Itub.bcrs pot on Clothes Wringers, ' my other kind of repairing done eheapjy and'promptly. - Manufacturer - Bade's Patent Map. remedy for cojghi. colds, pules
|Title||Peter Pointz Obituary|
|Subject||African-Americans--Ohio--Clyde; Methodist Church--Ohio--History;|
|Place||Clyde (Ohio); Sandusky County (Ohio)|
|Description||The Clyde Enterprise March 31, 1898 editions contained an obituary of African American Peter Pointz, who had lived in Clyde since 1860, and included his life history.|
|Submitting Institution||Clyde Public Library|
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The Clyde Enterprise.
Vol. XXlffto. 2.
CLYDE, OHIO, THURSDAY, ItAitfH 31,1898.
11.50 per Tear, (1.00 if paid in Advance.'
is. well prepared
For Easter Trading [
witK a. fresh supply of seasonable
DRY GOODS and .f
NOTIONS, ' ■
NEW KID G-LOVES!
We have received, besides a^
fresh assortment of bur regular
$1.00 Glove, a complete line of
t the celebrated Jbuvin Glove, at
I $1:98. i / ■
t NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS
> designed ior jaunty Easter Cbs-
f ., tames.
The Dcj'Ji of Peter Pointz.'
Peter Point* died Inst Ffiilaj night
(bs rumiv infirmary at Fremont,
ed nearly 81 year*. . Tba remains
■re brought lo Clyde on Saturday,
id on Sunday the funeral »M held
[n the M. H. church, conduit by
lev. S. J. McConnell, and Ibe nmiiu
rere Interred In Mcpherson cemetery,
be service* being largely attended.
Peter Polnti bad befln a resident
>t Cljdo sine* 18G0, until n few
nootba i(o wlm up account u(
TSillog bealib ind the fact tbut ht
>o llring relative* lolook after
, be wa* taken lo the Infirmary.
He was a uif-nitief- of (be Clyde M.
K. church, end lit masy respecta ■
., remarkable man. Tbe following
»tory ol bla life iu t»ken dawn from
" dictation, and frill be very inter-
3g to ibe friends of '-Uncle Peter:"
roaiornntLi«or Pitik Pqimtz
. wns .born in Bracken county,
tacky,four mile* eoolb of August*
M t * it, ty-second (ley Of April,
r,lnal*verj; . Mjfatberbeiongea
idsn by ibe name of Smith, ud
her to Hugh Atw*ll\ Both of
these men were native* of Vuglolaand
id in Dover, Kentucky, a\lhe "
I, NEW LACES
)'; in all the latest designs for
. iqr waists and for trimming.
i NEW LOT OF UMBRELLAS
with stylish handles.
I NEW RIBBONS
) in plaids and plain colors.'
the Alwelli moved io Augusta
rather ased to visit mother occasions II)
but Smith gat tired of tbia and told
fatber tbai be mast get soother Kite