Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
2 Aug 1889

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2 Aug 1889

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - August 2, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance qty unit Republican vol. Xxxi , Defiance county Ohio Friday August 2, 1889. No. 33. Better bargains than Ever at the after Harvest treat your wife to some Nice new window curtains i a Fine assortment at very Low prices a Colby amp Scott a. Calico at 2 cents per Yard. 10c dress Gingham at 5 cents. Muslims at 5 cents per Yard. Apron Gingham at 4 cents. 10c shirting at 5 and 6c per cd. Dress goods from 5c upward. Ten thousand such As you will never get again. Only at bankrupt sales a can to be touched bargains big in our Large Boot and shoe department. Bonanza for Sharp buyers at the great bankrupt Sale at Pilgrim s letter a few political cogitations. My Friend or Knapp to Wisdom to n a fool that will not yield Tho reason some Mon Are not Defeated. T was pleased to learn that my Friend Frank Knapp had bold nil the rights title and interest in the Defiance College to Tho two men who have by their Industry and ability during the past year made it what it is Aud to which or. Knapp contributed nothing except Bills for expenses. Or. Knapp did the Wisest thing to could he had been banking to a certain extent on Tho appropriation by a one Mill Levy on Tho payers of the City of Defiance but which thanks to the agitation by the Republican and abbess was happily Defeated. The great and immortal Shakespeare has said in very Plain language a for who digs Hills because they do aspire throws Down one Mountain to Oast up ii higher. Or. Knapp it would seem has thrown Down one Mountain to has no doubt tackled a very Large and respectable sized one namely the payers and on this expects to reach that High and elevated plane where with his pen to May write a a Hong before his name. I want to say a few words to my Friend or. Knapp they May not be those of Solomon nor oracular in the delphic sense if my Friend does no to understand this allusion he May learn All about it by dropping me a postal card but they Are based on observation. Williams Center. A mrs. Mcfadden is no hotter. A Gram a Lovejoy is quite sick. A a. A. Tool of Toledo visited in town lost week. A or. Lloyd of Fayette was Tho guest of c. Ensign last week. A. N. Fair Man of Pittsburg ta., is the guest of Clem Fetter. F. Lovejoy and wife of Florence Headquarters for bargains Defiance 0. F. Swalley amp co. Chas. E. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. Mark Center. Of. A hires Bas sold his buggy Pony. A Dom to or. And mrs. Ruben Harington a son. A mibs cos a Bear of Sherwood is working at or. Bellows. A miss Flo. Hires and miss add i Burke Are on the sick list. A died infant daughter of or. And mrs. Ezra Coal july 19th. Interment in the Colby cemetery. 306 for Sale co acre farm in Section so a Glaize township Paulding county co acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,too. 308�?for Sale 66 acres in Section 7. Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Price $1,700. 328�?for Salo 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Conter 5 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price ii too. 339�?for Sale Corner Jot at b. Aco depot in Defiance desirably located. Price $?5o. 348�?for Sale 40 acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price $1,500, 352�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Delaware township. If sold soon will take $800. 357�?for Sale 20 acres East of canal in Section i. Price 475. 33�?for Sale Jot 14 in Krotz addition to right App. Price lion. This is a rare change to secure a a Good lot to build on. Do one of the Best farms in de North Sjef Laruie Hance to seen 368�?for a Fiance county Ion acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 area 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 Peine re with half Cash a reduction of Hoper acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369-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 Clinton. A Good paying investment Price Only 15,000. 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate Avenue known us 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 so Aero in Section in Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape Price $3, mix. A Good Chance for the Man. 396�?for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co., near Holgate 96 acres cleared Frame barn a two Story Frame House Well under drained two open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price $7,200, Cash $2,400. Call at once. 399�?for Sale 4q Avrasin Section 25, Delaware township on it. Wayne Road. Price $22 per Aero is ast by Soju at one. 406 a for Salo House and lot for $55q. On easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?f�r Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township 25 acres cleared line Frame House and Bint All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap 414�?$225.00 will Purchase a House and lot in last Defiance. Call at once. 412 for Salo House and lot grooms Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1500. 417�?for Sale. Lot min Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $250. 419�?for Sale lot 15, Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. Running Afif Carr fagg at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o. Sherwood Ano Vicinity. Sick list mrs. Cora Shook Albert m in Lett and a child of or. Traxler a. Farmers Are threshing their wheat and Clover seed. Amos Ruckman is two a a rigs this season cherries were shipped from Hicksville to tills place in quantities. People who visit the denizens of this Village will be fed on cherries. A Oak Grove is the place to find enter prising people. They work every Day during the week except sunday and then they attend Church. Eli Kaser who formerly occupied the Kemple building has started a grocery in Montpelier Bio. D. F. Ppe Lauder has ail collection of accounts. The Post office has been mov cd into the building occupied by d. F. Openlander. I he office is neat and rearranged. Office re from 7 a m. To 11 39 a. Mand from 12 10 p. To 9 p. M. The a Jefferson comedy co.,�?� played to a Good House in rocks Hall the 20th inst. Tho pay in the main was Good. Should this company Ever Stop Here again their audience would double itself. Sex postmaster w. W. Huff has his office with w. A Doud. He intends to attend school at Lebanon this coming Winter he was elected j. P., in i has an office of which he is the present incumbent. Whether a tis better to ride a Sycicle than own a watch whether a persons head can withstand Many such shocks or a there better to gaze at the melodious Mosquito during these pleasant summer evenings i Washington township week a it of ina8or was appointed at Ney last a Jerry Warner spent sunday near Sherwood. Busy making Hay in it makes you hungry a a i have used Paige a celery compound and it has had a salutary effect. It invigorated the system and i feel Uke a new Man. It improves the appetite and facilitates j. T. Copy a land Primus s. C. Paine a celery compound is a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant to the taste Quick in its action and without any injurious effect it gives that rugged health which makes everything taste Good. It cures dyspepsia and Kindred disorders. Physicians prescribe it. $1.00. Six for $5.00. Druggists. Wells Richardson amp co., Burlington it Spring Medicine Means More now a Days than it did ten years Aga the Winter of 1888-89 has left the nerves All jagged out. The nerves must be strengthened the blood purified fiver and bowels regulated. Paine a celery compound the Spring Medicine of to Day does All this a nothing else can. Prescribed by physicians lie commended by druggists endorsed by minister guaranteed by the manufacturers to be the Best Spring Medicine. A in the Spring of 188ti was All run Down. I would get up in the morning with so tired a feeling and was so weak that i could hardly get Arou Iid. I bought a bottle of Paine a celery compound and before i had taken it a week i Felt very much better. I can cheerfully recommend it to All who need a building up and strengthening mrs. B. A. Dow Burlington it. The query Ood Sentinel was Only to Biz week before last the editor is a a fattened under or else his joints Are stiff. Why done the move into a larger City a with a larger scope life would be Worth living indeed three township. A Farmers Are still this locality. A Arcey Crago is in the employ of in i. Kyle at present. A pay Din at the Huger Grove cheese fac. Tory last saturday. A a a mrs. Spieth of Holgate is Tho guest of or. And mrs. Jacob a pitch. A Rev. A lloy preachy at the Church at Ney aug. Lith at Early Candle Light. A a splendid week for haying last week and the Farmers shared the benefits of the Good weather. A now is a Good time to subscribe for the Republican and express und thus keel posted on Campaign matters this fall and general news. A there was an Over flowing House at Ney sunday evening children a Day. The program was Good. Revs. N. Hartshorn a. Robison and Bailey made remarks prop Riate to an occasion of that kind. Adams township. Apr miss Artie Gleason is sick. 8. W. Ayers of Bryan was Here sunday. �?9 o. Gleason visited on the Ridge sunday. A John costello is recovering from his sickness. A a. Arums a prominent Farmer is sick with fever. A we. Santo has Henry Bostleman a House ready for plastering. A a. W. Mattock will move to pleasant Bend in a few weeks Henry Gilroy was making Hay on we. Allens farm last week. At last Diamond dyes Lor it thing any color. Apr Iron a Jija Ouri Ito Boom Fedij. Juji a Ever lad alway sure i a a Val cd r Usu physician s Avor a. 7 a 7, ft7 v j .9 a a 4�?� a i i ,.-�t a pm state University Columbus Ohio. M in ii it it it a ply and special Connot in if a a lv1i�?T.11 for tu.1 a la a a in re nil by Medicine 1�?~liurmiicy, and civil met nuni Cul Minina und electrical engineering. Full information sent on application. Gats Harvest is coming on very fast. Singing school is still in full blast Oak Grove. A a. Ii. Webber is the Happy Man. Big girl at Bis House. The Bab Tising at Delaware Bend sunday was a fizzle. Al. Stuckey is threshing for some of his neighbors this week. A miss Billie Gleason of Defiance is working for j. Clinker a few weeks. A win. Longsmith said that he would be Happy if he Only had his Corn slowed. A a. Cana Bel says that he is going to leave this part of the country before Long. A Jacob Mosser and family of Mark township were the guests of f. M. Loons last sunday. O a Camp meeting commenced july 2t>th, on what is known As the Schilling farm in Jena Yore township. A it Speiser has Gat the Best wheat in the country it is a new kind and people May do Well by patronizing him. A some of our old Church members Are getting very anger about the boys not behaving better. If they knew ail about it they would not blame the boys for it. Minnie Wunnenberg entertained relatives from Tiffin last week. Flora Flack of Toledo visited miss Helen Jones last week. A. M. Parker and miss Nettie Davis visited in Henry county last week. Frank Rowe and Louis Garrett of Ridgeville were at Defiance tuesday. Miss Hattie Conkle will teach school in District no. 0, the coming Winter. A the salvation army is holding a Camp meeting in Taylor be Noohi a Grove. A ice Cream supper at we. Jones last saturday evening a Good time reported. A misses Alice and Clam Tubbs Are visiting relatives at pleasant Lake this week. A mrs. Gleason and daughters of Defiance spent sunday at Philip Schwartzel a. A miss Ida Kampe started for Chicago sunday to receive treatment for bronchial Trou Hie. A Leon Tubbs got his foot severely Hurt by a Coit stepping on it. He is better at present a Jacob Metz killed a Blue racer on we Allens farm last week that measured 9 feet 3 inches in length. A messes. Meals Marckle and Ltd Erm Bari a Texas Pony race saturday last at John mosses Markle winning. A found a pocket Beok containing 3 Between c. Otto a and Rev w. Brake s for further information Call at the Post office. A when or. Are Emiro started his new nether threshing Rig there was a Large crowd of men present together with the general agent. Dandy Jim. Children cry for pitchers Castoria. In travelling Over Paulding county i find tile sentiment very Strong against the democratic candidate for representative. He appears to be very unpopular through that Region because of the acrobatic not to has performed in relation to the canals and which is still fresh in the minds of the Paulding county people the duty of Tho Republican party is to fore them they see it and to the dismay of the friends of or Knapp Aro prepared to put a Strong candidate a the Field. The contest is on and it will not to closed until right triumphs und the machinations of a few men in the democratic party Ore finished the fight alone is not one of pure politics. The War is not so much Between the Republican and democratic p irides As Between straight Forward and honorable nominations and candidates and scheming designing men who care Only for their own aggrandizement Aud tile furtherance of private ends and nothing at All for the Public Good. Men who Aro like Tho harpy which to betray doth Wear an Angola face and seize with eagles take the ease of Benjamin Patton. As a party Man i recognize jul 1/e Patton As a Democrat Between whom and myself there Are Many differences of opinion on political questions. But also in common with the people not Only in Defiance county but throughout the country Tor his reputation is National recognise him Asun honest Man. He will not uphold men in his own party who Aro known to be dishonest an lacking in those essentials of character which go to Muke up a being capable of Transue ing Public business in a manner which reflect credit upon himself and party. But what of that to the Point directly. I have referred to it in these columns to fore in a casual manner. Judge Patton was swindled out of a renomination for representative by scheming Defiance democratic politicians. Why ? because he was no tone of Tho a gang because he was too honest. Because he made no Money nor put up any jobs for his fellow partisans. Miss Flora Humphry of Wauseon is Tho guest of mrs. Will Howell. A John _ were visiting their sick Mother sunday a miss fiery Mcdowell and lady Friend of Auburn ind., visited the families of j. C. And Jessie Fisher last week. A ice Cream will be served at Tho Hall Friday eve aug. 2d. Also the ladies Ald society will give an ice Cream supper at the Bali tuesday evening aug. Lith. All Are invited. A mrs. Belle 011 Ender of Syracuse Indis visiting her sister mrs. John Winnon. She in accompanied by her daughters misses Terne to Blanche Sprague and Jessie Cal. Lender. Annie Oakfield. Noble crossing. A wheat Harvest is pretty Noar Over. A Mike Arrener is working for Honry Upp through Harvest Al Stuckey commenced threshing this week for Peter rout. A my be. Jones was the guest of mrs. H. Mosser saturday the 29th. A Wesley Lang is Home from the South Ridge again to see his folks. Cd. Mosser says it is no use to fool around with harvesting so Long this year. Al Stuckey went to Prairie Creek with his threshing machine fridly the 29th. A John Koch and w. L ing had to Lay their Harvester aside and use Tho Uriu Huron in again this week. A there Are some folks in that tinkered around All week until sunday and then Cut wheat a tile other Day mrs. Longsmith Whites team got frightened and stripped itself of the harness in Short order. A Horne Grain was threshed in this Section inst week Vav heat is pretty fair and averages about 15 bushels per acre this year. A the free methodists commenced their Camp meeting Friday the 29th in schillings Grove in West Noble. It lasts until Tho 5th . Come All. Brooksville Ano Vicinity. Edited by one of the boys. A Evansport has a sons of veterans Campi miss Caroline Koeppe has purchased an Organ. A Rev. M. D. Hoffman is attending the Defiance College. A f. Moninger has rented mrs. Margaret Langdon s farm. Returned to Brooksville from the East. 1 1 of Defiance has been visiting at i Ryder a. Emanuel Moss came up from Jewell to Brookville lost monday. T Hancock Are not out with their tent show just at present. Dunbar teaches the fall term of township f achoo a oter a Washington John Paxton has recently been anointed postmaster at Ney Jacob Warner Laving been removed. Thirty residents of Tiffin township have been roped into the he Auger ditch some of whom it will Benefit and a Menot. Whether Yon Aro a spiritualist or not it wont Hurt you to attend the Camp meeting on Tim fair grounds. Commencing August 10th, Aud continuing Over two sundays. Last thursday evening As the misses mines were returning from George Bardeen the horse took fright ran away. Threw them out and upset the buggy which was badly smashed. The ladies were not injured. I was talking a few Day since to a gentleman fio said he used to be a regular Robinson Crusoe on his own Hook. He was on his Way to join Forepaugh. This is his Story i was born in 1862, in Pennsylvania. At Tho age of fourteen i enlisted Iii the War in the Union army and was the Luau who Laid out Zoilin offer and stole his razor. When the War ended i went on a whaling it i edition toward the North pole the Shin was captured by Black Beard the pirate und i was the Only one left alive of the Crew they put me onto an Island with no weapon but a pen knife and hair Brush und there i staid with my thought and wild animal for company for sixteen years when i was rescued in a strange Way and lived in Australia ten years working in the Diamond mines and now at the age of 97 i am still very Spry though i was shot diagonally through the body at Chapel Platter Creek. The daughter of or. And mra 8. Dyer is quite sick. A j crashing will be the order of the Day for some time. A sunday school was Well attended 8un-diy lost 29 present a a. Knit nor has hired another hand to reap his enormous crop. A mrs. M. Wert spent sunday with or and mrs. Wayne sunday last a John r. Byers cradled 105 Doz of wheat in 2-.t of a Day. John is a Butler. A a. Cd Wayne returned Home from Mersberg where he has been visiting. A oafs being thrashed in our Vicinity a Oft Mil to the acre wheat to to to per bushels acre. A a social gathering of Young folks was held at Dickey Wert a last week. Artie was president of the meeting. A that gentleman who spread himself so about Bis horses being taken seems to be quite still at present. We will hold the fort until fall and then see him. A a Basket social was held at the Elm Chap i last Friday night at which quite a number of baskets were sold. The income was for the Benefit of Tho Church. A while or. M. Prey was mowing Hay he was Thi owed head form Cost in front of the Cutter bar. He was saved from being Cut to pieces by a sudden Stop of Tho horses but sprained his shoulder. Old partisan. Defiance College Defiance College the Best Normal and commercial College in the North West the fall term begins september 2nd. The finest buildings tile Ablest instructors the most thorough and practical work and the Best boarding Hall in the country. Terms #2.00 to #2.99 per week for Board furnished room and tuition. Send for new catalogue. No29-Bmo Sunnyside of Paulding county. But the might of the people hero assorted itself. And they Cut the democratic vote Down amazingly. The people Are sometimes slow to make these changes but they will come just As sure As the daily revolution of Tho Earth upon its Axis. The Devil cannot to hid. The old Rahmo went Quot Oil Bow is the Devil dressed he is dressed in his sunday Best in Bis Scarlet coat and breeches of Blue but there is a Bole for the Tail to come through. I think no Republican asks Tor More than Justice when be votes and us his in Tience shoulder to Ahou Dor with honestly dissatisfied democrats against the preset state of affairs in the dormant party and the a Public office a private snap theory they put in practice to Day and have been for years. We Are and shall be Only too glad when men Are elected to office even though democrats Are straight Forward arid riot parties to political bargains both disgraceful and uncalled ror. The Advance is already sounded. The enemy is huddling together in disorganized Phalanx anticipating defeat the Day of Victory is at hand Ald its dawning Tongue and pen Aid it Hopes or honest men Aid it paper Aid it Type Aid it for the hour is Ripe and our Earnest most not Slacken into play. Men of thought and Mon of action Clear the Way. A or and mrs. Will Ber Cave and or. J. Kintner of West Sunnyside were visiting at j. W. Towless sunday last. A tile first wheat marketed this season from Sunnyside brought 75 cents at Tho Erie Mills and lots sold by or. Brash on the Helen farm. A wheat is not turning out of Well As expected. On the he Mil Turin 20 acres were expected to produce 500 bushels Aud threshed old bushels. A a. W. Towle will commence setting Strawberry plants for Spring picking next week in he ground is in splendid order. Those wishing plants can order by mail by addressing him at Defiance. Seventy five cents per Hundred delivered at Defiance. A some scoundrel placed a Railroad tie in the cattle guard stood it up Between the guards at the Ankeny crossing last week. A freight Troia run on ii firs. The Engineer noticed the tie and slackened up in time to prevent any serious damage. A de 1 Tensive Bias been in the neighbourhood looking up the matter. A last sunday while or. And mrs. Cannon of Cecil wore returning on a hand car from a to friends mra Cannon s foot struck a Stone on the track and threw her in front of the car which passed Over her breaking four ribs and shoulder Blade and other Erwisch braising her she is still living Anil her physician says she will recover. A Home weeks ago two of or. Sherman a larger boys were trying a fearful Experiment of correction on their Little brother by tying him to the Wabash Railroad track Henry Zinsmaster came along just in time to save the Little fellow from a dreadful scare at least and probably a worse Fate we doubted this report at the time but it has been confirmed by the Section men. Tepee in the mexican War and was present when Napoleon surrendered to Bismarck in 181a on the Island i used to play with the tigers and base with the monkeys a lid made such friends with Tho crocodiles and Sharks that i would let the aforesaid animal Chase me several times Young the Island till they got full Speed on then i would jump head first into the water and sitting on the Bottom of the Ocean. Look at the feast of my watery companions who always had a glad smile and a kind word for me for in the course of time i was the Means of their eating up All Tho Ganic on the Island deleterious to myself. A shark one Day told me that a ship wan passing several Hundred Miles off and jumping on his Back he salient by carried inn to the ships Side and kissing him Good Bye i clambered up the Side and wan taken for old Neptune himself out on an inspecting tour. I Hail a Fine residence and furniture i Cut and fitted with my pen knife and the assistance of beavers who chewed the Trees Down and the monkeys who arranged the rafters and the Sharks who drought me pearls it it i a sea Serpent came along one Day and raising High his horrid head made a dive at me but instead swallowed a tree on Hundred feet High which he pulled up by the roots and made such a rumpus in getting away. That six Hundred feet of him was dragged around the Island raising a flood on Tho Island the water reaching to the window of the third Story of my summer residence. Quot Lien he finally went away he left behind him a great amount of things he Hail car fled in Bis Mouth and had accidentally int in getting away with the tree. Among the things were a Chest of Gold and a bottle of Davis pain killer. But As i see the marshal is coming this Way i must bid you Good Day. Look for the Man from take notice in Forepaugh a show and you la see verily truth is stranger than fiction especially when told by a shipwrecked Sailor or a politician. The marshal did no to find his Man and i Haven to heard whether Forepaugh has yet or not. Did Yon know the doctors said i had consumption and must die i got a bottle of Milton serve and lung food and Lief re i had taken half of it i had no night sweats and now Ara cured after using 3 bottles. So says Mary it Mcfarland of Cleveland Ohio Sample bottle free. Every bottle warranted. The Best general tonic known for old or Young. Sold by j. A Buffington aug sept to oct. Every woman should have the Book on diseases of women and children published by the Zoa Phora Medicine company Kalamazoo Mich. Price Only Luc. Mailed sealed. Uo2-xy powder absolutely pure this powder never varies. A Marvel Ojo purity strength and wholesomeness. Mon economical than Tho Ordinary kind Ami Aan Fob be sold in Competition with the multitude of. Low test Short weight Alum or pos a a waders sold Only in cans. B0ya2i powder co., Loo Wall St. . My

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