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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - April 11, 1895, Defiance, Ohio Single copies 5 cents. The Republican $1.50 per annul. Established 1857.Defiance, Ohio thursday april la 1895. Vol. . 18. Poe in especially Call at this office. I am always ready to show parties land in this or Paulding counties free of Cost. Now is your time Purchase improved or unimproved lands at a bargain. We. E. Moll Defiance. Ohio. To pc off Chin Stone front 2nd floor Over Bechely a drug store. It that made up a part of song of the Council. The work to be resumed on Perry. Yes for Spring you can find rubber boots leather boots menus $1 plow shoes menus dress shoes extra Good and Only $1.50 a pair. Ladies Fine and every Day oxfords prices Way Down. For same Call at in Des shoe 322 Clinton Street store \ Defiance Ohio. A �?T8 entertainment. Great value for Little Money. Weekly news of the world for a trifle. Tis isl m Mil Triton a Twenty Page journal is the leading Republican family newspaper of the United states. It is a National family paper and gives All the general news of the United states. It gives the events of foreign lands in a nutshell. Its a a agricultural department has no Superior in the country. Its a Market reports Are recognized authority. Separate departments for a the family Circle a a your Young folks and a science and its a Home and society columns command the admiration of wives and daughters. Its general political news editorials and discussions Are comprehensive Brilliant and exhaustive. A special contract enables us to offer this splendid journal and the Republican express for one year for Only $1.75 Cash in Advance. The regular subscription for the two papers is $2 50. Subscriptions May b Egin at any time. Address All orders to the Republican express. Write your name and address on a postal card Send it to Geo. W. Best room 2, Tribune building new York City and Sample copy of the new York w weekly Tribune will be mailed to you. Sheriffs Sale. By virtue of an alias order of Sale. Issued out of the court of common plots of Defiance county Ohio and to me directed i will offer at Public Sale. At the door of the court House in Defiance Defiance county Ohio or. The 4th Day of May 1895, a. Do sheriffs Sale. By virtue of an alias order of Sale issued out of the court of common pleas of Defiance county. Ohio and to n e directed. I will offer at Public Sale at the door of the court House la Defiance Defiance county Ohio on the till Day of May a. D., 1895, at the hour of i of clock p. In. Of said Day the following described real est to wit being fifty 50 acres of uni orm length off of e North end of the West halt i of the North East Quarter to of Section number one i township number five 5 North Range number one i East. Defiance county. Of o. Taken at the suit of the Connecticut Mutual life insurance co. Against John w. Freeman it a1. Appraised at twelve Hundred and fifty $1,250 dollars. Andrew Tuttle. Sheriff of Defiance county Ohio. Hubbard amp Hockman it at attorneys for plaintiff. Defiance Ohio april 3,1895. 17-5 administrators notice. It Duce is hereby Given that the subscriber in has been appointed and qualified As administrator of the estate of Barbara hire late of Richland township Defiance county Ohio deceased. William hire. March 27,1895. 17 3 trustees Sale. I by virtue of an order of re appointment and Sale issued out of die probate court of Defiance county. Ohio and to me directed i will offer at Public Sale at the door of the court House in Defiance Defiance county Ohio on the 14th Day of May. A. D.1895. Atfah clock p. M. Of said Day the following described real estate to wit / ups Rjohn ? tie _ North East Quarter m of 35 township four 4 North Range Lour to East containing so acres of land in Defiance county. Ohio taken on the Cross petition of the Connecticut Mutual life insurance company in the Sitf j. H. Hockman As trustee for the Benefit of the creditors of b. J. Gorman against b pc Kirmss it a1 appraised at . Doorman did adelta trustee Hubbard amp Hockman attorneys for main Tiff Defiance Ohio March 27, a. At the hour of one of clock p. In of said Day the following described real estate to wit the North half of of the South East Quarter 04 of Section Twenty seven 27 township five 5 North Range four 4 East containing eighty 80 acres of land in Tiffin township Defiance county of o. Taken at the suit of the Connecticut Mutual life insurance company on its Cross petition against Daniel Oherer. It Al. Appraised at Twenty eight Hundred $2,800.00 dollars. Andrew Tuttle sheriff of Defiance county. Ohio. Hubbard amp Hockman it a1, attorneys for plaintiff Cross petition. Defiance. Ohio april 3,1895. 17-5 probate court notice want to run water Street Dander the Wabash railway in North petition relative to High dropped ordinance mayor will go off on a trip. A special session of Council was held at Council chamber thursday night with All the members present. The minutes of previous meeting read and approved. A Resolution to construct a Side walk on Dexter Street i gnat Deus Burg was adopted on motion of Ranlo. A Resolution to construct Side walks on Broadway and Union streets in North Defiance was adopted on motion of Diehl. An ordinance to establish the office of sidewalk inspector the duty of the incumbent being to attend to the construction and necessary repairs of the sidewalks of the City was read. On motion of Pablo the Bond required of the incumbent of th6 office was fixed at $1000. Tho salary of the inspector was fixed at $50 per months the term of office to continue during the pleasure of the Council. The ordinance was duly adopted under suspension of rules. A communication from Harvey bet son relative to erecting a stand pipe for Street sprinkling purposes was read mayor Deatrick a appointment of Rudy Winkler to the office of sidewalk commissioner was confirmed. Mayor Deatrick reappointed Jos Seibert As right policeman in the fourth Ward and Peter Hummer in the third . August Wall sue needed Thoo Mcdonnell of the second Ward. The mayor gave As his reason for refusing to reappoint Thos. Mcdonnell in the second Ward that Mcdonnell was not a get physically to carry out the duties of the office on motion the appointments were confirmed in their order. The mayors report showed fines and licenses collected for the month $104 accepted and placed on file. A petition from the citizens of North Defiance praying the Council to give immediate attention to the condition of the High Bridge which spans the Wabash track on Ralston Avenue was read. On motion of Kahlo the petition was accepted. Solicitor Latty was of the opinion that the Origina motion of March 19, pertaining to the repairs of the Bridge would stand. Report of fire chief should that the department had been called to 13 fires in the last Quarter. The report also requested the Council to arrange a system of fire alarm for use in the City. Treasurers report showed a receipt for $5.15 from j. B. Tennyson for pick. The following claim ordinance was read and adopted City clerk City pay Roll $ 951 20 City clerk Street com. Pay Roll 363 05 Central Union Telephone company april service. 20 06 Bokop amp Webb sundries repairs. 48 45 Chas. Schooley fuel for election. 2 25 m. W. Steinberger salary ____32 00 e. N. Lewis sundries for fire department. 3 60 Henry e. Sass hardware ----15 35 Frank Ferguson Coal .31 87 j. M. Diemer cleaning Hose. I 50 Henry Wilson plumbing .25 86 l. Archambeault repairs ____5 55 j f. Deatrick Coal an a Gas for police Headquarters ____29 60 j f. Deatrick special police. 9 of evening news mayors proclamation. 19 12 county record publishing examination City Treasury. 14 of daily Crescent stationary for mayor. 7 of Democrat publishing co. Printing clerks statement. 208 94 German Herold publishing election proclamation and examination of Treasury. 224 of a. Martin amp Corent for table and chubs. 2 50 a Martin amp co., one dozen chairs. 7 of John Brown 24 a Olds Wood. 80 of e b. Lewis Coal. 28 95 daily Crescent printing mayors proclamation. La 75 daily Crescent printing mayors Gas franchise proclamation. 6 75 e. A Latty Legal services. 20 of estate w. C. Holgate rent. To of l Palm repairs. I 05 motion the committee was authorized 0 make the improvement at a Cost not exceeding $10. On motion the Street commissioner was instructed to repair the Public Fountain on second Street near the fourth Ward school building. Or. Coy asked the Council to Lay a water main on High Street North Defiance As a Means of Protection from fire. Of motion the matter was referred to the Street committee. Coy also called attention to a Culvert in North Defiance needing repairs. On motion the matter was referred to the Street committee. Diehl called attention to the old Gas Well in South Defiance the water from which flows through the Riverside cemetery. On motion this was referred to the Street committee. Coy called the attention of the Council to an Alley in North Defiance which needed attention and also requested that water Street where it crosses the Wabash tracks in North Defiance be Cut under the tracks to improve the Street. On motion the matter was referred to the Street committee which was instructed to investigate the Cost of the improvement and report at the next regular meeting. Kahlo asked if the Baltimore and Ohio railway co. Had decided whether the improvement on Perry Street should be made under or Over the track. Coy suggested that the Council take some action on the improvement of Clinton Street. On motion the matter was referred to the City Engineer to prepare estimates of Cost of paving the Street from fifth Street to the third Ward building. Kahlo called attention to the approaches to the Hopkins Street Bridge Over the a Glaize and requested that some action be taken to improve them. On motion this matter was also referred to the City Engineer to make an estimate of the Cost of the improvement. Mayor Deatrick informed the Council that he intended leaving the City for a sojourn of several weeks and asked for a vacation which was granted. Adjourned Board of elections. Closes its business for Spring election thursday night. Talk of a permanent Home. Chamberlains cough remedy gives the Best satisfaction of any cough Medicine i handle and As a seller leads All other preparations on the Market. I recommend it because it is the Best Medicine i Ever handled Tor coughs colds and croup. A. W. Baldridge Millersville 111. For Sale by j. L Scott. Mar. Coughing leads to consumption Kempis Balsam stops the cough at once. N9-Ly i Ili a i weakness easily cured by i i i re Fyk. By or. Miles nerve plasters the cuuiii�?T8. Has had no regular meeting place since organized. Members think it should have a accumulating and no place to store Board s Safe an old store and pay Rolls allowed. The Board of Deputy supervisors of elections met thursday and cleaned up about All the business that will come before it relative to the Spring election. During Tho past month the Board Bas had pleasant quarters in the new Herold building on court Alley. The Board since it was called into sex Stence has had no permanent meeting place and the members think the time has come when some sort of arrangements should be made to Stab she a fixed Home. Records Are accumulating and the Board is without Groper Means to preserve them. This Spring the Board was forced to buy some furniture the first in its history the Price paid being some $9 or $10. This will have to be stored until fall unless a room should be rented by the year for the use of the Board. The Board of Deputy supervisors will exist As Long As the australian ballot Law and for that reason it should have an office. In some counties the boards Are not Only furnished with rooms but Are provided with safes n which to keep their records. The Safe of the Defiance county Board in an old store Box which was provided by the late judge j. J. Green while he was clerk of the Board. It has been moved so often that it is nearly worn out. The following Bills were then allowed w. C. Burke directory $ a. Martin. L. Couple livery. W. C. Holgate estate erect room. E. N. Lewis supplies. Dayton Book amp printing co. Poll books. Defiance Democrat printing. Republican express pain thug. Republican express printing. Daily Crescent printing tickets. 110 of John a. Deindoerfer room rent. Iova it ments advanced by this paper but have merely cried out a a liar and a Zbos sism to every truth it has presented. It that they Hope to prejudice the people against the paper break Down its influence and regain the pres Ige they held when the a a gang robbed the people like a King and laughed at their woe. When the editor was assaulted for advocating the cause of the tax payers the news and Democrat shouted in glee and at once proceeded to moralize upon the sin of hence it will be understood that in their constant abuse of the paper and its editor the Hope to break them Down and regain the Power they held before the Eden of the a a gang was invaded and Laid waste by indignant tax payers. 2 of 5 50 2 50 5 of 4 70 la 95 29 of 29 of 70 the following accounts have been flied in the probate court of Defiance county Ohio and will be for hearing on saturday. The 27th Day of april. 1895, at 10 a. M. First and final account of James b. Woods guardian of Enos Palmer an imbecile. Second and final account of Hiram w. Coy. Administrator of the estate of William Roush deceased. First and final account of Lafayette Conkle trustee of the estates of James Morehead deceased. _ f. L. Hay. Probate judge. Business of term cleaned up and court Boom closed without Bay. Next term opens june 3 common pleas court adjourned thursday without Day. The next term will be called june 3. The Case of the county treasurer is Andy Sauers Bank which involves about $2,000 Back taxes was continued. Some of the creditors of the Bank insisted that Sauers statement As to valuation was false and that he listed More property than the Bank had in other words that he had listed High to pull the Wool Over the eyes of the people. That All parties inter ested might have a Chance to look into the matter judge Snook to Dinu de the Case until next term. Prosecutor Woods brought the suit he has not yet brought suit to Force or. Saner to pay his individual and guardian taxes of or. Woods would do his duty and get after Sauer Hatry and hundreds of others who have not paid their Back taxes the taxation in this county could be run Down at least one third. In the tax Case of the county treasurer is. The w. C. Holgate estate which has been in court several years the amount involved being about $6,600, judge Snook found that e. P Hooker the executor of the estate should pay this sum into the county Treasury. This amount had been found by tax inquisitor John w. Slough and run on the duplicates by the auditor. It was or. Sloughs finding that some $80,000 should have been listed that had been listed at a much less figure total.$221 to three of the Bills in the above amounting to 11.20, will be charged in the expenses of the election next fail. The Bill for livery hire was made necessary by reason of the presiding judge in Washington township failing to come after the tickets and poll books. The clerk of the Board had to deliver them. The pay Roll for judges and clerks of elections Cost of coming after ballots and milage is As follows 21 20 Defiance. 20 50 first Ward precinct a a a. 20 of first Ward precinct a a by. 20 00 second Ward precinct a a a 20 of second Ward precinct a a by 20 of third Ward. 20 of fourth Ward. 20 of Delaware. 21 of Farmer. 22 of Hicksville North precinct .22 of Hicksville South precinct .22 of Highland. 20 60 Milford. 22 50 Mark. 21 40 Noble. 20 50 Richland North. 20 60 Richland South. 20 50 Tiffin. 20 70 Washington. 18 of Sherwood v la in Ore. 21 my log dyes. 8 colors for sets. Scotts at drug store. They Are not now and never have been actuated by love of the people or a Hope to Advance the material interests of the City or county they bought the investigation that disclosed Row the people had been robbed of some $13,000 by democratic officials and have been instrumental in counsel at least in keeping $5, he of that amount from the county Treasury where it belongs. They were villian Ous in their assaults because of the disclosures this paper made of unpaid taxes on the duplicates. The failure very clearly outlined it was shown Fiat the liquor interests and not the democratic party was the Winner in that contest. The saloons were not an Issue in the Campaign. They had been attacked by an organization Independent of any party and at the polls monday the liquor dealers swept everything before them because they had Money and men to push the fight. A perhaps you would not think so i but a very Large proportion of diseases in new York comes from carelessness about catching c Gold a says or. Gyrus Edson. A it is such a simple thing and so common thai very few people unless it is a Case of pneumonia pay by but one word in conclusion As to the news and Democrat seek to break Down the business of the Republican express by the cry of a Boss a Eta. They do this that they May regain the patronage they have lost in their defense of corruption and of one class of men to pay their taxes j Hope to make a Point in this direction increased the burdens or men who did j by claiming a democratic Victory at pay their taxes and still when the polls last monday. But now for attention was called to these evils an example of bos sism that Means the news and Democrat held that a j something. All Day monday the Mem personal attack had been made upon j hers of the liquor dealers associate persons whom democratic offi Tion were at the polls working with vials to become delinquent it untiring Energy for the democratic in Many cases for political reasons j candidates. Why if they were not alone. Andy Sauer wa3 for years i there under a direct edict of the demote democratic dictator in this City cratic leaders did they give All mention to 1 cold new York is one of the Healthiest places on the Atlantic coast and yet there Are a Reat Many cases of Catarrh and consumption which have their origin in this neglect of the simplest precaution of every Day life. The most sensible advice is when you have one get rid of it As soon As possible. By All Means do not neglect or. Edson does not Tell you How to cure a cold but we will. Take chamberlains cough remedy. It will relieve the lungs Aid expectoration open the secretions and soon effect a permanent cure. 22 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by j. L. Scott. Mar. And Only wednesday there was a suit in common pleas court to recover his Bank taxes. If the democratic treasurer and democratic auditor had done their duty his taxes would not have been declared delinquent and the Day of bringing suit would not have been held Back until or. Sauer was insolvent and his Bank a wreck. In the last Campaign attention was called to the fact that l. Hatry according to the records made by democratic officials was delinquent on taxes in 1893. It was insisted that a Man who was not prompt in the payment of his own taxes should not be called upon to expend the taxes of those who did pay promptly. This was held up As a personal assault by the news and Democrat though it must be conceded by every one that it is unfair to make one class of men pay their taxes and allow another Claes to go free. It Only increases the burdens of those who do pay promptly and in hundreds of cases they Are forced into the Banks to borrow Money that they May not become delinquent. Their time and votes to the democratic candidates Why was not some work done for republicans ? one of two things is True the liquor men were either forced into such a position by Tho democratic Lea hers or else they forced the democratic leaders to join forces with them and thus elected the men pledged to stand by their j1 interests. There is a bit of a Zbos sism i in this transaction that is appalling j and yet the news and Democrat goes for seven years or More mrs. W. Louder of Quincy ky., was subject to severe attacks of cramp Colic. Or s r. Morse a druggist of that place recommended chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy which has effected a permanent cure saving her much suffering besides the trouble and expense of sending for a doctor which was often necessary. For Sale by j. L. Scott. Mar scr Fula Salt Rheum and All disease of the blood dyspepsia headache kidney and liver come saints and Catarrh Are cured by hoods Sarsaparilla. The great blood purifier. Hoods pills cure Jundine bilious Ness sick headache constipation and la liver ills. Bil Ralgia cured by or. Quot one cent a Shiloh a cure the great coughs and of the result last monday Means a United 25? children love it. To the people with the information that conf in ii. It size con Tam Twenty five doses Only and purified democracy. The Intel ?1ft sold by drug-24-iv Wigent people of the City and county will readily see that the outcry about j the Boss and bluster of the news and j Democrat Rit is meant merely to de 1 chive the voters and cover up con editions that they dare not make Public or openly discuss. Or. Prices Cream baking powder worlds fair highest award. Milford township. A severe rheumatic pain in the left shoulder had troubled or. J. H. Loper a Well known druggist of Des Moines Iowa for Over six months. At times the pain was so severe that he could not lift anything. With All be could do he could not get rid of its until he applied chamberlains pain Balm. A i ouly made three applications of it a he says a and have since been free from All he now recommends it to persons similarly afflicted. It is for Sale by j. L. Scott. Mar in a their resume of the election in this City monday they advanced the theory that the result was the out come of personal assaults by this paper which consisted merely of the exposure of manifold a a gang inf amies and that it meant a United and purified democracy in this City and the downfall of a Zbos sism. In the daily Republican express of tues Jay the causes that led to the result were the fusion ticket was snowed under. In Milford township the republicans and democrats fused but their popu Listic Brethren carried off the cake just the same. The vote is As follows trustee. Davey Miller a. 76 David Koerner a. 95 treasurer. Jacob Weber a. 72 we fee a. 97 assessor. Goo Green a. 74 win Weisz a. 97 West Ridge. Sowing Oats is the order of the Day. The rain was welcomed by those having tile to put in. John Hoeffel purchased a cow of Dan Bassett recently. Gideon Merrihugh is quits ill. People who had potatoes buried say they were badly Frozen. Bazzy Moore has a eleven Pound girl baby at his House. John Kirn ret limed saturday from a two weeks visit at Tiffin. F. Mekus has been bailing Hay for c. Allen the past week. Defiance Light amp by. Co 595 oooo total. $412 50 tile Bill of the clerk Cleo. Fain i Hull of salary Aud expenses $5335 the Bills of the members of the Board were As follows w h mcciintock.$10 of Vav. C Burke. To of Peter f. Seible. To of Geo. A. Ensign. To of total$94 35 the Bill for printing the tickets for the g is frat Elise was paid by or. Faben of the Defiance Light Aud railway company. Cd a peek on Bossis. 17-3t trustees notice notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been duly appointed Ani qualified by the probate court of Defiance county Ohio. As trustee of the estate of b. J. Gorman in Trust for the Benefit of the creditors of said b. J. Gorman. Creditors Are required to present their claims according to Law. Dey Ayers trustee Etc. March 22,1895. I6-3t total $2,775 39 or. Anderson called the attention of the Council to a catch Basin on a Glaize Avenue which needed cleaning out. Bokop spoke of a dangerous plact in the Alley Way Between Yingling a and the canal. One motion these matters were referred to the Street committee. The committee instructed to report on or. Bensons petition to erect stand pipes on Perry and Wayne streets recommended the passage of a Resolution to that effect which was read and adopted. Mayor Deatrick called attention to. Enron r. Spring. The improvement on Perry Street j mrs we fought died March 25tb, or. Kuhn is prepared to commence j 73 years. Funeral services were work and Only awaits the instruct c0dducted from the Logan Church on Tion of the Council to commence work wednesday. Remains were buried headache cured in 20 minutes by or. I hies1 painful. A one cent a at druggists Cicero. George Hisler is working for h. J. Otis this season. Will Prediger is working for b b. Crary. Wesley Hubbert buzzed Wood a few Days ago and that night the Wood pile that Bave been was discovered on fire. It burned about 20 cords before it was put out. Koerner and Weisz de horned cattle in this Vicinity last tuesday. J. M. Hasted moved upon his own farm last week. Miss Iva Hopkins will teach the Cicero school this summer. Mrs. Sibyl Bassett has moved to her farm from Hicksville. U. Cleveland our Blacksmith is making a Good Many harrows this what the news and Democrat have in Quot View in their constant out cry there was a Lime when the Only word used by the Able owners of tile news and demo Ai Iii their ref Tenee to the Republican express was a liar a within the last year they have added t he word a a Bossy to their vocabulary and use it with a profus eness that would indicate madness were not toe methods that prompt its use fully understood. During the great latties waged against the democratic a a gang Aad its inf amies in the past few years by the Independent voters of the minty the Republican express was the Only a Vocate they had and necessarily had to Lead in every charge that was made against corruption and robbery. The people won in their struggle for better Loca government and As a result the news and Democrat which have been the defenders of the a a gang in All its meanness Ion in great part the official patronage of the county. On motion the Council instructed the City Engineer to Issue a permit for the continuance of the improvement. Kahlo asked the Council to place a pump in the Well at the Forks of Ottawa Avenue and Karnes Road for use As a Public watering place. On in Hicksville cemetery. George Mcfeters has moved to Washington township upon a tented farm. It is natural then that they should wish to crush Cut the most potent eau of their distress Ami Lurn to the be Public an impress As Tho instr Ament that has brought Dis a Ter upon them in a Budiu is we y to do ibis they Nave not attempted to meet the argue i children cry for 1 pitchers cantorial

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