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nnb- nnb- investi- The true. a re- re- late application claim death. a say-inc say-inc what De bis her oome-stead have find their to and bad. two AL pet tne she her her, ob 'kit, pen- pen- torney was also notified. Very renoectfnlly. W . W . VDBLII, tQHUOlMHimtt - John Daub, Hickeville, Defiance county, Ohio. P. 8; The attorney above refered to, was one Carlisle, ofFostoria, Ohio. anpolnted a Postof uioksville, We, the nndersiened, were committee, bv tbeO. A.K Ohio, to investigate the Da nb pension matter. matter. F. M. Thompson, after we were appointed, appointed, requested na to make onr Investigations fall and complete, and then report the truth. We have doue so. We have seen Mrs. Harriet Daub, for whom Mr. Thompson got a pension of 7f.O0 - We have also seen Mr. Thompson, and have considered rally all the facts and circumstances concerning said pension Claim. We further state that Mr. Thompson exhibited exhibited to Us. a full and complete itemised statement statement of-monev of-monev of-monev oald bv him. for Mrs. Harriet Daub, as necessary expense in procuring said claim. We therefore find that Mr. Thompson Thompson is deserving of the praise of every person, for his talUifuineas. seal and energy In honestly honestly and fairly procuring a good pension for a needy widow. Wei further find that stl things done bv Mr. Thotnoson. were honest ly and fklrly done. We further tlnd that he furnished, advanced, and paid out tor Mrs. Daa at her request, the snm of f 15S.47; all of which, we and, was oeoeasary to procure the pension. We farther find that after the pen sion came. .Mrs. Dsqb paid to Tbompaon. Wilson Poriow. a arm orwhica sir.' mi la a.lnAmhAP.thA'Rnm of Stflft fkY was for payment in iaH.ot the moneys so pal out oy nr. xnompson, as aoove aaaieu; and that they gave their receipt for themon-t. themon-t. themon-t. which was furnished as a loan. bv skid firm, and paid out by Mr. Thompson. LiSWIS trBRunv Capirman of Com. -'--'- -'--'- -'--'- -'--'- -'--'- -'--'- T, AMiWTB02tf October S6;i8S6V , STATU Aw T. KWI.LBRI: ' DEPIAJfOE ITEMS. k- k- m a . -Sfass Tbontoll1? P i. which -Next -Next comes Hallow EWftnd then Thanksgiving - :t'v ... :The firm of Tioilin & Foust are about to dissolve. ' Sine Ijms lartrtdrv. npnosite the Po,it-f Po,it-f Po,it-f Hotiaii hga fvumnWrift.QArl hv T.m C!huen, formerly of Fort Wayne. the him her The not and affidavits has ui examined with will inc. tne TToff cholera is Prevailing to an a) arm ing extent in the vicinity of Findlay, O. The farmers have already this year lost fully $10,000 by the ravages of the dis ease. . : Talk renewed of chantrinff the route of the Mackinaw road from Paulding to Defiance, instead of to Cecil, if friends of the change will donate right of way and grade the line from Paulding to De nance. ..- ..- , will

Clipped from The Hicksville News28 Oct 1886, ThuPage 1

The Hicksville News (Hicksville, Ohio)28 Oct 1886, ThuPage 1
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