Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
11 Apr 1890

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11 Apr 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - April 11, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance Cumi til u Republican vol. . Defiance county Ohio Friday. April la. 1800. Per a Dollar now will buy you More goods than you Ever bought in your life at the receivers. Sule f. Swalley amp co. Are closing out no. 17. To Weir entire Stock to quit business. This Sale is Ore erect by the court of Defiance county. Everything must go pry goods carpets curtains boots shoes Queens Are tinware amp a. Everything at appraised prices Way below Cost Ord Lei a re to sell out the entire Stock and it must be sold regardless of prices. Greatest bargains on Earth to h. Starr receiver. A strike for competent officials Pilgrim is feeling right comfortable this week. He thinks he has Good reasons. Last fall the Napoleon Northwest Aud Defiance Democrat organs of very unstable and on Savory democratic gangs prophesied that the course of the Republican and express would Lead to Republican disaster. It did not out that Way. In a county that usually gives a democratic majority of 1400, Frank j. Hemmer Democrat barely received a majority of 200. The Republican and express dug his political grave. To do that it was Only necessary to make a Plain statement of facts. Facts killed him. Facts killed some other aspiring democratic politicians this Spring. Ridgeville and Vicinity. A Frank Crossland was in town last week. A Jennie Harmon visited in Defiance last week. Delivered a Good easter a Rev Harker Sermon sunday. Is. J Mccord visited relatives near Farmer a few Days last week. Yedo Iago nun Day since the election of George Washington. will to held at Tho april 20 sad saturday and sunday a House cleaning is about at hand and the men had better pack Thor grips and take a visit or manage to absent themselves from Home in some Way. »,7th#e f?,1jow, named gentlemen and a r families moved last week John Elcher. Rev. Dunlap John Miller Henry Holmes John Sechrist and to g. Mccord. A there will be an entertainment it the school House Here next thursday evening for the Benefit of the Bend. If you want to Seo something grand come Ani your girls and Sisters. Bring some weeks ago the organs of the in san b e and unsavoury Ganga Afore mentioned made the prediction that Tho course of the Republican and express would bring disaster to the Republican party in Defranca look at the result a Republican mayor councilman and two assessors were elected in a City that usually gives n democratic majority of four or five Hundred the reason Why that was so ought to in Plain to every sensible Man. Every one knows that is would be impossible to elect a Republican in this City without old from democratic voters. But Why should they support a Republican for any office do you not think that it was because they have been looking Over the ground and accepted Tim Quot As the Only feasible plan they could adopt to clip their j leaders Back to sense and re Taon Golden wedding. On january the kith i pro or. And mrs. In 1 a or lot near Mark Center celebrated Jfe,t5 mradd no anniversary Ami 77th birthday of or. Castor mrs. Castor was 70 last october. Chere was present one brother of or. Astore two Brothers of mrs. Castor and two sister in Laws one daughter in Law nine grandchildren three of who Are married and two of that it to husbands six Irre it Grana children one Niece mid Hup Rren j be 8�and Niece besides other friends. Their daughter the Only child living and six children was prevented from Hoine present on account of sickness. There were present two guests of 1840 who Toger her with the Bride Anc Groom of that time ate dinner off the same dishes used fifty years ago mrs. Castor having the entire set unbroken through fifty years of Pioneer life. Can any one beat it no presents were Given As Lim parties did not Shady Corners. A mrs. Emma Jude ii visiting her son William. And other friends in this Community. Or7iiuf-til, ?rum.7 meeting at flatter k deterred until Pru loth and 20th. Imp a Ambrose Core Ere much flighted Over the Safe arrival of another i. Tias porch a sed a very Fine bred lttok1nk 0ne-8 teen the 0f a thorough Huiai or it contemplates renting wori0., i Quot inn of Farmer town Shilharvey is a Good worker David Cooper and or. Hathaway of anfi1ri-?, a thl Quot Vicinity tuesday apis on errands of . Rich will next represent Mark s p Lnu be House of representatives at Columbus. Ohio. Goo go will make the fur a Kinrade f. W. Wickersham of Dola-to7n"h,p. Presented us with a Fine run of. To Quot Moklos tobacco of ids own raising to him Many la inks. A i 5 Init i has been appointed to rep resent the Empire cooperative association or a. I., in this and other localities Farmers there s a stranger at the door let him in let Bim in. A a letter Scott a Larin Aid file so of Wall paper cannot be beat. It will be your loss if you neglect to Call on a. To. Scott successor to Colby amp Scott drug Book Anc Wall paper store. Desire it. Clem Washington township. Chas. E. Bronson s real Petate Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306�?for Sale 60 acre farm in Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county 50 acres us Dor cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,500. 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7, Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Price $1,700. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section to Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price $1,100. 339�?for Sale Corner Jot at. Ltd o. Depot b Defiance desirably located. Price $750. 348�?tor Sale 40 acres Iii pleasant township jog House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price $1,500. 352�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Dela-w��\04&nkip. H sold soon will take $800. 357�?tor Sale 20 acres East of canal in Section i. Price $475. Xr3?.3 7f�r8ale�?Ti t 14 a Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price $100. This is a rare c4uij.1�e secure a Good lot to build on. 368�?1 or Sale one of the Best farms in Defiance county. Leo acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories. 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per acre with half Cash a reduction of $10 per acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. To for Sale a Good hotel property near b. A o. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets on Clin on. A Good paying investment. Price Only 6,000. 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price $3,000. 387-for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn Price $1,200. 394�?for Sale 80 acres in Section 16, Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape Mil a Good Chance for the right 396�?for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co near Holgate of acres cleared Frame barn ii two Story Frame House Well under drained to open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price $7,200, Cash $2,100. Call at once. I have a ways held that All Tho people wanted in local affairs was that the Best men a nominated and elected to office. I have Laboured to demonstrate on Many occasions that it was dangerous for the democrats to nominate any other kind of a Man. L is dangerous for any political party to adopt a contrary policy. I do not look upon the election of the republicans in this City Lait monday As merely a Republican Victory. In meant a strike for competent officials and Good government. That was a1. It has taken some time to get the people to understand that their own interests made such a move necessary but now that they have started i feel sure that the Good work will not Stop. Is working for a. T 399-for Sale 40 acres in Section 25, Delaware township on it. Wayne Road. Price $92 per acre. Must be sold at once. 406�?for Sale House Ami lot for $550. On easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?tw Sale 40 acres Iii soc. 13, Delaware township 25 acres Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. Will Purchase a House and lot in East Defiance. Call at once. .412 for Sale House add lot 6 rooms Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1500. For Safe. Lot 85 in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $250. A a me9r.0ral?v0l15 but oth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. It is True that ail of the voters in this City have not b in converted to the theory of Good local government but i think they will be in the near future. In considering the record of the City Council i have gone Over the ground carefully i have aimed to Blake a St tement of nothing but f cts. Nothing i believe that has i pm Given the Public has Ever been denied by any one. The attend on of the people has been cities to numerous acts not warranted by Law. If a majority of the voters in any Ward deem it Wise to endorse such actions by re electing the guilty ones to office that is their own affair. It is the province of a newspaper to Lay before the Public the Short comings of officials. It rests with the voter to rebuke or endorse the wrong doer. I do not look upon the endorsement of an evil As a Happy act. Men Given to such practices Are reasonably sure to be chastened in an hour when they Are least prepared to stand punishment. Writing301 Strai by in very poorly at this a ratio Bowers has hired to f. Easier for this season. A Valdoras Mitchell Yeagley this season. Fintitc\rif1jktt.ler,,turned Home last monday to Mitabel Dakota. Of. Easier has moved onto w. D. Hills farm in Farmer township. A Brice Hannah traded for a Span of mules last week a Fine looking team. A a p Bagley Bas ninety head of lambs from seventy two head of ewes. �n7tfe Ltd flu were 811 behind time last saturday on the c. J. A m. Ii. Ii. Was considerable of rain last week and the roads Are almost impassible. A there was a wreck on the c. J. A m. Hurt saturday near Drake no one a Wayne Warner and wife of Brvan spent sunday with his parents Jacob Warner of Ney. �?o5/1 an mrs Henry Smith went to Defiance lost i thursday to attend the funeral of mrs. Smiths Mother. A Newell Smith has moved from the Myers House into a House in township a Farmer owned by Otis Wilder. A George Myers will move onto his own v s6 f?k8pprnir 0co, the House that n. Smith Rovt d out of. A i he old saying a Green christians w lks�?Tn1 Nottle dood has time As easter Green Christmas and a Green lh0 township trustees have purchased three acres of ground of Daulph Davis consideration $300. It is to be used for a town cemetery. A Rev. Isaac Stuckman commenced a series of meetings at pleasant Point last week but postponed them until some future time on Oce omit of by roads. ,. To us from Siloam Springs lrnjrtfu1 flu of a rrb 2 a it h thai Farmers there Are done sowing of s arid w n ,n7i j Low no Corn. We Are just a Little behind them. A Platter Creek Sabbath school has been we Nold a new set of officers elect a v u it uw8 a 8 elder superintendent a. V. Tim i i assistant us Penn indent. Mrs. Greek Secretary Laura Jude treasurer George Lovington librarian and c. H. Elder chorister. School every sunday morning at Pilj a. M., awake thou that slopped. Old foot. The beat result. Every ingredient employed in Jio Dueing Hood s Sarsaparilla ii strictly pure and is the Best of its kind it is possible to buy. All the roots and herbs Are carefully selected personally examined and Only the Best re ii i ii1 a i Bat from Tho time of Purchase until Hood h Sarsaparilla is prepared everything is carefully watched with a View Yon try a Quot Quot a be8t Rehbit by Don t three township. 7w-8, purchased a team last week Price $230. 1 i it a ,f-.lan4r purchased a horse of Tom read last week. A John Delarber la having some Wood sawed this week. A a. Longsmith is ready for Tho saw. A mrs. James Kenedy is sick bad this week. A Adam fair will work the coming summer. A the hoop pole shop has closed Noble for the summer. A Samuel Gier commenced to work in Defiance Attila Tarde april 1st i te7oadfr bad a pleasant time last wednesday night in Wes. 0rokl� v siting her Daugh Ter mrs. Ida Benner in Defiance this Wek. is Eda Grogg of Delaware was the guest of or g. Boterf tuesday of last College notes. -7thl"u t a uni a pin Quot Ltd a larger attendance than Tho College has Ever had of botany class promises to i e one of the most interesting in Tho whole course. A misses Hall and Patterson returned last Thorn everybody glad to see a our Obi fiend Une Nerr having closed a successful school. Or Cheney is Back again term of Winter work but is Berean has been sick for a few Days and unable to do class better now. A miss hookers department had a inca to on last week As All Tho students live in City and wanted a Spring vacation. Lbs Kingsbury of the Akron High , one of our former teachers huh Wen Quot Penang her vacation and Modo the College a Friendly Call. A there will be Between thirty and forty graduates this year. In every direction tub year has seen a steady Advance. Hull hotter things Are expected for the future. Room is Filiti the dormitory is inn Tho class rooms Are full. Everybody worm i�?�5. Card it work and contented with their lot a Good pres it and we have reason to expect a still better future Ayersville. A Spring Ace is to be Hora a a. K. Myers sold a horse last week. Abt1 1 words Are getting somewhat Pasi we were glad to see win. Ashton in Church again. A or. George Adams is Home visiting his Mother at this writing. A a a the Farmers Ore making a grand Rush to get their Oats sowed. Quot aught it april a reared last week bringing a Shower of rain which lasted almost two Days. Khamnei Smith and. J. J. Miller have raised their new barns and will Peon have them ready for use. A if any parties Are wanting whitewashing done. Call on red. Kusian. He has pre tired himself to i la All orders. A monday was election Day and the Vot Era were found Early and late at the polls ing Pencle a la hand to do lots of scratch Utt i b a. Attendance easter humbly to hour the Sermon on the resurrect 1��?o a ss1 text 1st corinthians. 15th chapter 14th verse. Getting some Wood reported on the for John Grogg in West z a 5 he Row it led contrition and let Iann made upon the time of the Racult t to new teachers were secured for this term. Ibis gives each teacher full upon the Jim that Inay he made f�t21tf,ho�r6 had of a pwt ment from first inn ? but new. A met Gratifying Suo Cesa or to ml8h of num. She is a super Lor teacher and students appreciate the Advent Geek of her instructions. Through i is a and Beiderwell secured their positions in Chicago. On of the students. Electric bitters week. A mrs o. F. Ling was the a St of her Slater. Mrs. John Grogg mom week. J of last to to e fact that empty. Unpaid Ivy Carriage at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense Chas. E. Bronson. Defiance o. Money i am daily making Loans on improved real estate in Northwestern Ohio at six per cent interest these Loans Are made on either Long or Short time with privilege of paying Back in partial payments before due and stopping interest on on the amount paid. No life insurance required. I also buy Good notes and Malie abstracts upon reasonable terms. I have called attention the City Treasury was claims amounting to $7,000 or $8,000 Are now before the Council. There is no Money to them and they were held off until after the elec Ion Bec aise the Council did not dare to borrow until that interesting event was Over. Last monday interest coupons on $40,000 of the Maumee River Bonds were sent Here for collection but were returned to the Holder of the Bonds. Why because there were no funds to meet the interest. I Call attention to these matters that the readers of the Republican and express May understand that the statements made in my letter of april 4tb Aro already being verified. As the scroll unrolls i will give it to the Public Defiance. Ohio. No37 h. G. Baker. Lawyer and loan agent. Geo. S. Edmondstone civil Engineer and Surveyor,1 office 8 and 9 music Hall Block Over merchants National Bank second Street specialities Hydraulic and sanitary Engi Neering and Bridge construction. Engineer 0ndst<mf> be a Clov civ11 ply is fitter deep Well pumps and everything in the plumbing cd gels fitting line for Sale at lowest prices. Clinton St., bet. 4th and 5th streets Defiance Ohio. Hie hotel Eastman hot Springs Ark. The largest and finest resort Houft vow Rlynn o111 u fines to Atli House in the a t under manage in ebon of White Mountain hotels for season of Moo. January 15th,. Tickets should be bought via St. Louis and Iron Mountain a Southern it. It. Nio Irno Many persons regret that four Republican councilmen were not elected. That is natural. I Here is not an intelligent Man in the City conversant with the facts who will not agree that l he members of the Council who sought to be re elected deserved defeat their official acts should have been sufficient to condemn any set of men. But is it not remarkable that even so much was accomplished the City is largely democratic the party workers Are Active and aggressive. The contest was one of the most remarkable in the history of the City and the vote unusually Large. All Day Long the Battle raged without cessation when the Day closed four republicans were elected was to at not a Good Days work How did it come about Tye better class of democrats become djs Satis so with the action of Timeir party leaders and revolted. That was All there was about it. Sorne of the oldest and Best known democrats in the City voted the straight Republican ticket. They pursued that course because they were disgusted with their party nominees.�?o8, p Potter our hardware Man says he 4 be undersold and anyone needing hardware will do Well by culling ear Ltd Anil be convinced that he Means business.2pr Phoud is located in Ney and intends to make that Bis future borne. He will practice Medicine. Any one in need of a physician will do Well to Call on him As he has an extensive practice. 7he people of this Vicinity were Star led saturday morning by the sad news of the i moo1 hid Herr w to died april 5th, 1890. He went to bed the evening of the a7uxuo1 and a the morning about 4 o clock his Wile web aroused by him and by 0 o clock he was a Corpse it is supposed he was afflicted with apoplexy he was a Good neighbor a kind husband i5wajr father. Richard Herr was born in me fib n county pa., july 80th, 1827 and di0d was aged 62 years 8 months and o Days. He leaves a wife two sons and one Dang,.Ter the daughter and one son being married. The married son lives in Cleveland Ohio. Funeral april oth and was conducted by Rev. Robison. The text was be be therefore ready also for the son of Man cometh at an hour when be then40th versa the 12th Chai Ter Aad a i Bree Well known Young men Are going to Start a hoop shop Here toe coining Fol and pop e May do Well by a ionizing Oles y Payr the Blithe St prices for a it is Rue Economy to use or. Bulls baby syrup when the baby is teething you win save yourself Many a restless night it Cost Only 25 cents. A to purify your blood and regulate the action of the stomach and bowels you cannot find a i Otter and Moro suitable remedy than lax ador. J Duck crossing. This remedy s becoming so Well known and so popular As to need no special men i 1 who by to used electric bitters sing the same song of purer Medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do All that is claimed. Electric bitters will cure All diseases of the liver and kidneys will remove pimples. Bolis Walt Rheum an ,.oth�?or affection caused by impure blood. A will drive malaria from Tho system and prevent As Well As cure All malaria for cure of headache constipation and indigestion try electric bitters entire Satis action guaranteed or Money Price 50 cts. And $ i. Of per bottle at Colby a Scott a drug Blore. J a a 5oui8a Lea a nth and Garden making Are i Khz s. A Quot a Quot onh maintain their j. 5ura�?T toi of any blog will Wear on pipe 06 n Many 16 la a up Sto re a atthe m s Bun of was Well filled sunday evening with attentive listeners to the exercises of the easter concert. Every \ r n,lbu88�id off Nice by and the concert was pronounced a Success. The sunday school missionary collection amounted to . On Anat a mfr has a it Evn a fsr mul organist in the m. Of Church for several Senteff he or who in mrs of was pre he members of the Church and inn nov a Laal Tan Ltd pm of that Oora Otiis i to Law Beautiful photograph album and a look of Whittler s poems. The pres the or a a a a Quot mad i sunday evening after easter concert exercises were Over. Miss Laura was very much surprised but spoke Earnest words of gratification. When baby was sick we gave her Castor is. When she was a child she cried for cantors when she became miss she Clung to Cantoria when she had children she gave them Cantoria a George schooly time. Will move Ina Short West and Southwest excursions. Hnfi1rle8 a a 0116 far a Harvest excursions is get array cd �?o8 follows via the Toledo. St Louis a Kansas City ii. Ii. Audits the ?ir0lea twill be sold to almost Ivy the rely est of Ulm Mississippi 22tmav in no. Datfi8, Viz april 22a, May 20th, september 7th and2.�?~r<l and october 14th, 1890. Tickets Good to return 30 Days from Date of Sale or earlier if desired. Stop Over will be 1 rowed. Notwithstanding the Large territory covered the principal stations of the Toledo 8 a Louis a Kansas City r. R. Are fully equipped Nesses air a wa5, for rates of fare ticket to a ii on a Johnson Bel will move to Defiance in a few Days. A a. J. Kiser bought a atty b. Frei Cistern at Defi Ance last week. A Job n h has a week old Colt thut is a i it Rize urdu a1. A a. J. Riser has been visiting Bis parents at Fostoria the past week. Jacob Krout will be examined next wednesday for an increase of pension. Anderson i or and wife were the guest of or. Aud mrs. John Kroutz last week. A a. Whales is looking for a farm to rent it appears to be a hard Job to find a place this Syi log. 1 mrs. Sarah Webb who moved to Michi Gan a few years ago is visiting friends in this Vicinity a we understand that Jess Brown and Dan Stevens will till the Conrad farm the coming summer. Highest of All in Leavening Power a. S. Govt report aug. 17, .889. Baking a As a a powder absolutely pure at 6 per cent. Interest on a whoop things up for the Republican and express correspondents. We handed in the names of two new subscribers week. This All fare. Age a c. Emsa tickets etc., c ill their Fenrest agent or address. In Kijus Gene a pass agt., Toledo Ohio. A Elmore Whetstone tried to sell a Champion reaper to John Kroutz last week. John i a has not nought yet but probably will in the in o near future. 1 Ber Ilia ii Geins closed her school in the Sherry District last Friday. The scholars a it re sorry to see her leave and would like to have had her teach this summer. We can and do guarantee or. Ackers blood elixir for it has been fully demonstrated to Tho people of this country that in la Superior to All other preparations for blood disease it is spa a Ulvi a care for syphilitic poisoning. Ulcers eruptions and pimples. It purifies he whole system and up the Constitution. Hold by n. G. Woodward Loans closed up on Short notice. No red tape about it. Good notes discounted at reasonable rates. William e. Moll. Office in Stone fronts Defiance Ohio with Harris amp Cameron. U045 Money to loan on real estate. Loans on business blocks on residences and improve de farms a specially. Address Seagrave Bros. No24-Ly Toledo. Ohio. Profit rare v. I think the people of this county should live in Hopes of something better in the future. If they keep up the fight they Are bound to make a showing some Day. The result of the election h re monday will be Felt All Over the county. It shows what hard work will do. The Republican and express expects to go on with the fight it expects to submit to the people Good reasons Why they should make changes in municipal and county affairs. It expects that the better class of demo ats will Auklet in making such changes. In the mean time i heartily congratulate the people upon what has been accomplished and would advise them to stick to the text they made a remarkable showing monday but they can do even better next fall. at Harley a lion store. All the be Peasand la Rhad Jia a Glen s i n be w a g of do6criptions�?T carpets. We have just opened our new carpets carpets. Piles piles piles. Looses red Clover pile remedy is a positive specific for ail forms of the Dis-6bs6. Blind bleeding itching ulcerated r7r�?~�& at Colby a Betti a. Nol4-Ly Bibbons. Great bargains in Wash goods. So allies Only s cents a. Yard v of nuni. _ v a a. Etc. All the new things in Demoizes a new fabric g cents a Yard. Beet Linen the Sty. Trade at the big lion store. Harley a lion store. The

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