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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - April 25, 1895, Defiance, Ohio % Jwj. It. A a a. O single cop ies 5 cents. Republican $1.50 per annul. Established 1857.Defiance, Ohio thursday april 25, 1895. Vol. Xxxvi11.�?no. 20. A Call a Vii is Quot a o ie2 ii especially a Ope Etyc at this office. I am always ready to show parties land in this or Paulding counties free of Cost. Now is your time to Purchase improved or unimproved lands at a bargain. We. E. Moll Oil Cain Stone front 2nd floor Over belie la a drug store. Defiance. Ohio. The wings of the Council would not Flop in unison. Lots of labor Small results. Xuy the Council resolves to pave Clinton St. Aud then reconsiders the resolves to leave it Coon amp son and the Mack Block on the inspector hired at is per Day that knows nothing about Herr Deindoerfer addresses the Connell yes for Spring you can find rubber boots leather boots menus Siplow shoes menus dress shoes extra Good and Only si.50 a pair. Ladies Fine and every Day oxfords prices Way Down. For same Call at of Nofs shoe store 322 Clinton Street Defiance Ohio. Weekly news of the world for a trifle. Great value for Little Money. Tis la 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 Aud 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 a for one year for Only $1.75, Cash in Advance. The regular subscription for the two papers is $2.50. 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No risk r i Are you a victim have you lost Hope Are you contemplating mar _.1 triage has your blood been diseased have Yon any weakness Orlf treatment will care you. What it Bas done for others it will do for you a a consultation free. To matter who has treated Yon write for an honest opinion frets of charge c barges reasonable. Books free a the Golden Monitor illustrate Don fac u diseases of men. Enclose postage 2 cents. Sealed. Foj u 7no names used without written consent. Prib i1vate. No Medicine sent c. O. D. No names on Box s or Renvel Bopes. Everything confidential. Question list and Cost of treat a Merit free. _ a ars. Kennedy amp Kergan,nocle7eunddaovek Lra it a prs a amp a drs a a Ftp prs ix8.k meeting of the City Council apr. 20 evening was one of the most remarkable sessions that was Ever held in the Central building and might be likened in its Workings to that famous King who marched up the Hill and then marched Down again. The members had on their fighting clothes and were confronted by some important propositions but some Way or other they could not get their Wing to Flop in unison and when at last the tight was declared a draw one member gave vent to his pent up feelings in the expressive but inelegant term it is sad to be compelled to note such things but the records of the meeting would not be Complete if even one Little thought was left out. Or. Kingsbury asked to be excused before the Ball fairly opened and consequently missed what one of the members called a delightful bit of a shoes it was a called meeting the following members answering at Roll Call Anderson Buskop Coy Diehl Hatry Kniss Kingsbury and Krotz. The clerk read the Call which stated that the meeting was for the purpose of considering such business As might properly come before it and to take some action relative to the improvement on Clinton Street. A Resolution appointing Peter son Nett inspector of the Perry Street improvement at $2 per Day was read and adopted All voting Aye but an Derson. Resolution to improve Clinton Street from the North Side of fifth Street to the Maumee River Bridge was read it provided for paving with vitrified Brick Block Asphalt or other paving material. It also provided that the City should pay one third of the Cost of the improvement. The Engineer said the intersections would make nearly one half the Job. Or. Krotz thought the abutting property should stand All the expense except the Street intersections and alleys and what would be taxed against the Light amp Street railway company which must pave Between its track and three and one half feet on each Side of it. Reso Lution adopted on motion of or. Coy or. Enos spoke about a lot of Stone on front Street near his property they bad been left there by Geo Miller. The Street was narrow and the stones were a nuisance and he wanted the Council to take some action. He had requested the Street commissioner to have them removed but it bad not been done. The Street commissioner said or. Miller had promised to move them several times but had failed to do so. Or. Kniss moved that or. Miller be Given two Days in which to remove the Stone and if it was not done in that time that the Street commissioner should remove them at the expense of or. Miller. Or. Kniss spoke about the Street Light at Bouton Avenue and Schultz Street. The people were kicking about it and he thought the Light company should be prodded up. The Light committee was instructed to use a pole on manager Faben. Or. Anderson moved that solicitor Latty be instructed to draw Resolution to improve approaches to Hopkins Street Bridge and have it ready to submit at next meeting. Or. Coy said proposed improvement was a difficult piece of work and thought a Good Job could not be done without putting in retaining Walls. He was of the opinion that a Good Roadway could be made with Stone without going to the expense mapped out in the estimate of the Engineer. The matter was dropped at this juncture and was not heard of again during the evening. Or. Krotz said that be thought about nine tenths of the paving Block along the Perry Street improvement were not up to the Standard Anc should be condemned. Or. Coy asked that the contract and specifications be read for the Benefit of the new Mem hers of the Council which was done by the clerk. Or. Coy said the blocks were giving very poor satisfaction to the people and they were protesting against them going into the Street. He said Thev should come up to the Sample and if they did not to condemn the whole lot. He moved that All of the Brick that did not come up to the i Sample be condemned. The president said that under the contract the motion was not necessary or Coons the Junior member of the firm of Coons amp sons said that if the Block did not come up to the Standard they did not want to put them in. The Mack Block he said had been adopted by the Council. What they had on the grounds had been bought As first class Block and if they did not prove to be so they the contractors would simply fall Back upon the manufacturers there was considerable Sharp shooting at this stage of the meeting and messes Coy and Krotz poured some hot shot into the Mack Block. They said the blocks on the grounds did not come up to the Sample and would not agree to a single Block going into the Street that was not up to the Sample. It was related that Tho blocks had been submitted to a water test and that they took in a great Deal of water. Or. Coons said that it was not claimed that the Block would not take in water. He further she that he knew nothing about the samples in the hands of the Council. The Council had determined on the Mack Block the members had taken a trip away to see streets paved with the Block. He was satisfied that the Light coloured Block would Wear Well but if the Council would not accept them for what they had been purchased first class Stock the contractors would simply fall b cd on the men that made them. Or. Coons asked that a committee be appointed with which they could Confer but firing ceased along both lines and the mat Ter dropped for the time being though notice was served that the Block must come up to Sample or they could not de used. Or. Kniss moved that the Resolution dividing for the improvement of Clinton Street be reconsidered. Carried. This was done that the matter of assessment be so changed that the expense of the improvement exclusive of Street intersections and alleys be taxed against the abutting property excepting what is to be paved by the Street railway and 1-50 of the Cost which shall be paid by the City. Or. Buskop objected to the change and said that he did not think it fair that property holders along Clinton Street were taxed High enough and he did not believe in making their burdens excessive. It had previously been shown that the Street intersections and alleys combined was one third of the proposed improvement and if another third was put on the City at Large the improvement would impose a less Burden than Falls upon the abutting property of some of the smaller streets. In other words the Resolution As first adopted would have put the Burden on the City at Large. The Resolution As changed after reconsideration was not adopted Bokop and Hatry voting nay. A Resolution authorizing the Ceme Tery trustees to Purchase water Mains and borrow funds not to exceed $800, with which to prosecute the work was introduced by or. Coy. There was some doubts As to the Power of the Council in this matter and the motion of or. Hatry to adopt was lot. At this Point or. Krotz raised the Point that Coons amp son had violated their contract in sub letting the excavations on the Perry Street improvement and made a motion that their attention be called to that fact. Or. Coy moved that a practical Man be employed to cull the paving blocks along the Perry Street improvement. A he Man who had been hired As in Pector did n it know any More about Blick than he did himself and he thought it essential that a Good Man be chosen. Or Coy a motion was not seconded and it died with its boots on to the great disgust of the mover. Or. Anderson next took the floor and said the meeting had been called to consider the matter of improving Clinton Street and he hoped the members would get together and take some action before adjournment. He thought the majority of the property udders along the line of the Street adored the improvement and insisted that something should be done. Or. Diehl jumped into the breach and moved that the improvement Resolution As first read should be adopted. Before the question was called or. J. A. Deindoerfer asked to be heard. He spoke of the present condition of the City a finances and told the Council it would have to borrow Money before the year was out to pay interest on its present indebtedness. He said the ten Danoy was to put Down two new hydrants on High Street improve water Street to improve approaches to Hopkin Street Bridge and this upon a duplicate that would be less than last year. In other words that the tendency was to plunge headlong into new improvements when the City already had All the debts it could take care of. If it was necessary that Clinton Street should be paved he thought the property that would be benefited should Bear the Burden. The City would pay one third of the Cost i Street intersections and alleys and he thought it rank in jus ice that it should be called upon to pay another third of the Cost. The people along Clinton Street had plenty of taxes to pay but be wanted it understood that the people who paid the highest taxes were the men who owned Little horns and had to work by Days labor to raise the Money to Pav them with. After or. Deindoerfer had concluded a vote was taken on the Resolution As first introduced. It was lost Kniss and Krotz voting nay. The meeting then adjourned and the Cave of winds was at rest to the great Delight of the press gang which borrowed the fire alarm gongs Long enough to announce that the fire was out. Thrilling incident. A for Charity suffer eth Long. A Young girl caught on the b 6c o Bridge crossing the a Glaize by the limited train there was a thrilling incident on the b amp o railway Bridge that crosses the a Glaize River in this City thursday afternoon. A number of Young girls from the Central school building were on their Way to East Defiance to gather wild Flowers. They chose to Cross on the b. Amp Bridge rather than to walk to the Hopkins Street Bridge. All of the Young ladies had gassed Over the Bridge but one. She was swinging along very leisurely when suddenly one of the b. Amp Limited passenger trains came roaring Down the Hack like a Hurricane. There were frantic shrieks from the Shore but it was obvious that the girl could not leave the Bridge in time to escape the train. The situation was one that would have tried the nerves of the strongest Man the Structure is a lofty affair All of the braces and trusses being under the track. There Are no Side rails nothing indeed that a person could catch to but the ends of the ties that project Over the sides of the Bridge. But it was not a Man that was forced to cling like a Bird to the Side of the Structure some thirty or forty feet above the sluggish Waters of the a Glaize but a frail Maiden tenderly raised and unused to any such nerve destroying experiences a Man passing in a boat took in the situation at a glance. He instructed the Young lady How to place herself and then pulled his boat into position to Rescue her if she should lose her hold and drop into the River. It was All Over in a moment. The girl had scarcely cleared the track and perched upon the ends of the Cross piece when the ponderous train whirled Over the Bridge like a Flash of Light. When the Trail of smoke that it left behind had cleared away the Young miss again took her place on the track and passed very leisurely to the East Shore where she joined her trembling and frightened companions. Not Oue girl in thousand could have taken her place but the circumstance did not seem to disturb her in the least. It just happened that she possessed Superb nerves. The name of the Young lady was miss Mabel Switzer. Girls give the railway Bridge a wide berth in the future. It was built for trains especially and not for foot passengers a single mistake on the part of miss Mabel might have resulted in her death and then this would have been a City of mourning it was a splendid exhibition of nerve but the people Are not demanding such exhibitions from anyone. It pays to buy paper a at Scotts drug store. Sultana disaster. Mrs. Laura c. Phoenix nil Waukee was. A Matron of a benevolent Marne and knowing the Good or. Miles Nervine has done me my wish to help others overcomes Ray dislike for the publicity this letter May give me. In nov. And dec., 1833, the inmates had the a Lagrippe a and i was one of the first. Resuming duty too soon with the care of so Many sick i did not regain my health and in a month i became so debilitated and nervous from sleep Tessness and the drafts made on my vitality that it was a question if i could go on. A dear Friend advised me to try by. Miles restorative Nervine. I took 2 bottles and am Happy to say i am in better health than Ever. I still continue its occasional use As a nerve food As my work is very trying. A letter addressed to Milwaukee wis., will reach june 6, 1894. Mrs. Laura c. Phoenix. Or. Miles Nervine is sold on a positive guarantee that the first bottle will Benefit. Ail druggists sell it at $1,6 bottles for $5, or it will be sent prepaid on receipt of Price by the or. Miles medical co., Elkhart ind. Or. Miles Nervine restores health the survivors to be entertained this City by Bishop Post and we r. C. In qom a i weakness easily cured by or Lulal or Miles nerve plasters Shiloh a cure the great cough and ,. Rovt 11 i croup cure is in great demand. Pock North. The s u Tanabe jousting Twenty five doses Only the Royal Arcanum. Four new members made Friday night a splendid fraternal insurance order. Defiance Council no. 167, Royal Arcanum held it regular session Friday night. Four new members were initiated we. O. Hubbard Adolph m Goodman Eccles f. Wells and Wesley b. Mccauly. The new members Are to be congratulated upon their Choice As the Royal Arcanum is about the Best fraternal organization in existence. Garden Sentinel. Hicksville Man uses a Hawk to keep chickens out of his Garden. The fallowing is taken from the Hicksville news a while g. W. Lewis was driving out Nar the state Lide he noticed a Chicken Hawk on the Fence. He alighted and approached it with Castim when noticing it was wounded picked it up and took it Home where it is now installed As guard to the Kitchen Garden. It can not Fly and consequently walks about the Garden and keeps every Chicken Bishop poet and the women a Relief corps of this City Are Are arrange j ing to entertain the survivors of the Sultana disaster on tuesday evening april 30th. Frequently the question is asked a who Are these Sultana survivors athe following explains it in the j Spring of 1865, at the close of the War a now thirty years ago nearly two thousand Union prisoners of War had been sent to Vicksburg miss for Exchange. The War being near its close j All were paroled and waiting for transportation one of the largest passenger steamers on the Mississippi River arrived from new Orleans with Many passengers for St. Louis and other Points. At Vicksburg the Sultana was chartered to take on most of these sex prisoners to be carried to St. Louis. The Steamer was crowded to its utmost capacity. The River at the time was very High and flooding the country. All went Well until the third night. Just after Midnight the Sultana a a boilers exploded and rendered her a total wreck. Hundreds of passengers Weie blown overboard and those remaining on the shattered boat were forced off by the fire that devoured the wreck until she Sank. Many hundreds lost their lives in a few minutes. The rescued who Are now living formed an association known As the National Sultana survivors association. Only two of the survivors live in this county. Trance of the opera House. Personal conference invited. No controversy no abuse appropriate music. Admission free. A cordial invitation is extended to All people to attend these lectures. 18-2 for seven years or More mrs. W. D. Louder of Quincy ky., was subject to severe attacks of cramp Colic or 8 r. Morse a druggist of that place recommended chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea Rem Edy 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 25c. Visa children love it. Sold by drug-24-iv 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 Iii. For Sale by j. L Scott. Mar. Coughing leads to consumption Kempis Balsam stops the cough at once. N9-Ly or. Prices Cream baking powder world fair highest award. Use or. Miles nerve plasters for spinal w weakness. All druggists sell Mem for25c. Free lectures to be Given on living subjects Well known Catholic priests by to whom it May Benefit. I have been afflicted with a Bealing since the latter part of dec. 1894, and have been treated by doctors who advised me to go to Toledo Ohio to have a surgical operation performed. I was advised to poultice it. I used everything i could hear of but to no Good. I was totally discouraged. On the second Day of april 1895, or. Peter Dick Man recommended a red Salve that he makes of which i purchased a Box and in four Days it was driven to a head. I had it lanced. Since i am improving fast and feel As Well As Ever. The Salve cannot be recommended too highly or its value estimated. Mrs. J. M. Eberly. No. 117 canal Street. Defiance o., april 16,1895. W 20-d-297 ele Dache it nil neuralgia cured by or Ile it pain pues. A Mona cent a 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 urn ii he applied Nara Berlaine pain Balm. A i Only made three applies tons of it a he says a and have since been free from All pain a he now recommends it to persons similarly afflicted. It is for Sale by j. L. Scott. Mar a Sample Glutton. Road Lei a fall. Shuts his eyes and takes a plunge Down the Toboggan slide of Grace. Charley Sampson has reached the Summit of the Hill of happiness and though the Effort has submerged his socks in sweat he is never the less As comfortable As a Coon in a Polk Berry Patch. He has been playing on Charley b. Hoadley the same Hoadley whose locks Are being silvered by Early piety. Like the set pent in Eden Sampson has been whispering to Hoadley. He has insisted that until he emulated his example and parted his hair in the Middle and creased Bis a a pants there would be a missing link in the Chain of his existence. Hoadley listened to the tempter and shutting Bis Oyes plunged headlong Down the Toboggan slide of Grace. The Speed attained in this journey made a new part in his hair and Hoadley the paternal head head of a family is now associated with Sampson in doing the double dance act before the Abrine of fashion. A Johnny get a married. Boyce Long. On the 17, inst at the residence of Morris Lynd on Wayne Street by j. M. Mills pastor of St. Paul a m e. Church or. P. A. Boyce and miss Harriet m. Long. Children cry for pitchers cantorial a perhaps you would not think so but a very Large proportion of diseases in new York comes from carelessness about catching cold a say8 or. Syrus Edson. A it is such a simple thing and so common that very few people unless it is a Case of pneumonia pay any attention to a cold. New York is one of the Healthiest places on the Atlantic coast and yet there Are a great 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. Let us fray that it May be barred gut of the West. A regrettable instance of gluttony and depraved appetite on the part of that troublesome insect the Gypsy Moth is reported from Malden mass., a Centra spot of its ravages says the new York Sun. It will be recalled that this pest was introduced into America by a misguided zealot in entomology who not Content with the information he could get of it from foreign sources imported some specimens his treasures escaped Aud then the trouble began. In the last Congress Massachusetts sought unsuccessfully to get an appropriation from the Federal Treasury to Aid her in exterminating these Moths a work which she had been carrying on for several years at a Cost of nearly four Hundred thousand dollars. During the debate or. Lodge gave some notion of their rapacity by saying that a they destroy practically every growing thing particularly Trees. They destroy All the products of the truck farm they destroy Corn. They w ii destroy grass if there is nothing better to however the senators tribute to the impartiality of their appetite fell even Short of the facts. Recent experiments show it is Laid that they consume even the arsenic Paris Green and London purple with which the Bushes and Trees have been sprayed in order to destroy them Ana positively flourish on these condiments. The inference drawn is that such labors of the Massachusetts commissioners entrusted with the task of exterminating the Moths have unwittingly been directed to sustaining them. Congress May be congratulated on not undertaking a task which did not belong to it while on the other hand it May be hoped that j after these surmises As to what the Gyp a Moth thrives on something in j the Way of food May be found which will make its voracity fatal. Rev. Walter Elliott Pau list of new York City and Rev. Edward p. Graham at the citizens opera House Defiance Ohio beginning monday april 29, 1895, at 7 30 p. M and continuing each evening at 7 30 until the following Friday. Synopsis of lectures. Monday evening april 29, at 7 30 p. In. Necessity of religion. There is a god. The soul is immortal religious Dogma. Moral conduct worship. Necessity of salvation. The Catholic View. In what does an Ameri can Catholic differ from a foreign one. America the Arena for the peaceful settlement of religious differences. Tuesday evening april 30, 7 30 p. In. Can we get along without the Bible ? j the chaining of the Bible in Catholic j times. Should All be allowed to read it. Human reason As a substitute. Has reason had a fair trial ? the claim of divine authorship a of scriptures if the Book is gods j message to men what is the need of a teaching Church ? wednesday evening May 1st, at 7 30 p. In. The confessional its origin and use. The sin evil is the practical problem of life. What shall i do to be save the Catholic solution of the problem. Is payment of Money required provision for perseverance. Is it right to allow sin to be committed ? when did confession of sin to priests begin ? effect on character. Thursday evening May 2d, 7 30 p. In. The Man the citizen and the Church member. American principle men Are fit for self government. Is there Ary similar principle in religion human depravity and human dignity in politics and religion. Does catholicity degrade Man ? Catholic Church government and personal Independence. Is the Pope supreme in politics Union of Church and state America. A valuable find. After years of study and labor we a lava at last discovered a sure and never failing remedy. We have tested it on patients wha have Dis paired of Ever being cured the results have been in every Case wonderful. I Groffy a rheumatic cure is unequalled j As a positive remedy in All cases of chronic and. Acute inflammatory rheumatism gout Lumbago sciatica neuralgia especially ovarian neuralgia and All bind dred affections. It is also a valuable blood purifier being especially useful in eczema psoriasis scr Fula All glandular enlargements an i diseases 3f the liver and kidneys. It is also utely free from All narcotics. Severe Macks Are relieved in from one to Bree Days and a positive cure effected in from five tcl8 Days for Sale by j. P. Buffington Defiance Ohio. D 267 w 15 6m last of the series tuesday april 30th. Home seek Era excursion to Virginia via Ohio a Central lines. One fare for round trip. I tickets Good for 30 Days. Tickets 1 at one fare for round trip limit 20 Days also on Sale to other Points in i the South. Consult agents C lines. Tuth sat Pili 30th d w a the Nickel plate Road can offer to the sons of the american revolution reduced rates to their convention at Boston mass May Bat remember we operate through sleeping cars direct to Boston. 286 t apr 30 d w death of mrs Westbay in answers the last Call wednesday l veins at Midnight. Mrs. Jane Moon Westbay died at her Home on Perry Street at Midnight wednesday evening aged nearly 65 years. The deceased was born in Wooster Wayne county and was married to John Westbay in 1858. Four children was born to them but Are now dead. Or. And mrs. Westbay moved to Defiance 22 years ago this month or. Westbay of ing one of the trusted employees of the Woolen Mills. Some ten years ago mrs. Westbay who had been a remarkably Strong woman suffered a stroke of paralysis. She fully recovered from that attack but monday suffered a second stroke and at once became unconscious. She failed rapidly after that and it is sup posed suffered a third stroke before she died. The death of mrs. Westbay j id a sad stroke to her husband who is i Well advanced in years and is left entirely alone. The deceased was a faithful mein the Catholic Church and Ber of the presbyterian Church. The the Public schools. Funeral occurred from the residence Friday evening May 3d, 7 30 p. Al on Perry Street at 2 p. In. Friday re b w Stacie officiating. The re Why i am a Catholic. Different reasons for joining the Church. The need of religion. Is the Catholic sure of the truth. Does he sacrifice personal Independence. \ Arious tests of gods Friendship. The cathode claim to Union with Christ. Is an International religion possible. How can the inner and outer influences of j religion be made harmonious. The subjects will be treated reason j ably without any offence to any and j dressing members of All churches and j none. All questions will be answered a query boxy being placed at the in Rev. B. W slag Mains were int cemetery. Rred in Riverside death in Adams. Young if of a year trouble. Die of heart mrs. Woodcox died at her Home in Adams township w wednesday of heart trouble aged about Twenty years. The deceased was the daughter of Josh denier of near Somersville and was married about one year ago. The time of the funeral has not been fixed yet. Highest of in Low rates. Quick time. Through sleeping cars Chicago Buffalo new York and Boston. Unexcelled dining cars. Why should you not patronize the Nickel plate Road ? 286 t apr 30 d w Mirs , Rem sow pander

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