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    Edward Huntzinger, druggist, Piqua. Another of the enterprises of the city of Piqua is the pharmacy of Edward Huntzinger, to which we give more than a passing notice; his "All Right" drug store is located in the Leland Hotel building, where he has been favorably known since November, 1879; he keeps a complete line of drugs and druggists' sundries, and makes prescriptions a specialty. He is a son of Edward, Sr., and Elizabeth Huntzinger, both natives of Pennsylvania, where their marriage occurred. Edward, Sr. devoted his entire life to general merchandising; his death occurred in 1848, and the widow now resides in the city of Philadelphia the issue of this union was two daughters and one son (our subject), who was born in Pennsylvania in 1846 his elementary education was acquired in the Schuylkill Haven Village School; he afterward improved the same at the Military Academy at West Chester, Penn.; at the age of 20, he took up the study of medicine, under Dr. J. G. Koehler, as a preceptor, three years -, March 3,1868, he graduated from the Medical University of Pennsylvania, after which he practiced in the county hospital a period of six years, thereby amply qualifying himself for his present occupation. His marriage with Fannie V. French was celebrated in January, 1873; they have one child; Anne E. Mrs. Huntzinger is a native of Maine, a descendant of the Puritan stock, and a daughter of Charles and Ann French, natives of Maine, where they now reside.

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