Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
25 Dec 1890

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25 Dec 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - December 25, 1890, Defiance, Ohio T Defiance Republican established 1857.Defiance, Defiance county Ohio thursday december 25, 1890. Vol. Xxxiv no. 2. At Tietze Defiance dry goods co. Jul Tou Ca 2st buy l clue tag below a is underwear Way below Cost. College no i is. Fri Felt boots pure gum overs $1,95 per pair. Choice of one lot of leather boots old Price $3.00 and $3.50now slaughtered at $1.89 per pair. Thousands of bargains at the Defiance dry goods go. F. 8walley�?Ts old stand. Chas. E. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306�?for Sale 60 acre farm in Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county 50 acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price t2,500. 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7, Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Price $1,700. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price lion. 3t?for a Lei Comer lot at b. Amp 0. Depot n Defiance desirably located. Price $750 d,�?o48�?hor Sale 4� acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well a food Fence to acres under cultivation. Price 51500. 352�? ,40acres in Section 13, Dela Ware township. If sold soon will take $800. For Sale 20 acres East of canal in Section i. Price $475. Or two Sale a 14 in Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price $100. This is a rare a secure a Good lot to build on. Jook a or Sale one of the Best farms in Defiance county. 160 acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivate find and Black Loam the d6 county Frame House two stories 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per acre with half Cash a reduction of to per achoo was this is a rare bargain. N re or Sale a Good hotel property near to. O. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets on Clink l a Eood paying investment. Price Only 5,000. 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price $3,. 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 1�, Deal Anee township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. Price $3,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. 396�?for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co near Holgate 95 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-for8ale, 40 acres in Section 25. Delaware township on it. Wayne Road. Price $22 per acre. Must be sold at once. 406�?for Sale House and lot for $650. On easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?for Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township 25 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. 414�?$225.00 will Purchase a House and lot in East Defiance. Call at once. 412�?for Sale House and lot 6 rooms. Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price woo 417-forsale.lot85in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $250. 419-Forbale,lotl5, Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. 4@�carriage at the office at All hours to show property free of expense Chas e. Bronson. Defiance o. Mer Waterproof Collar on cuff that can be relied on Irot to sunt not to Discolour bears this Mark. Trade Llu Loid Mark. Needs no laundering. Can be wiped clean in a moment the Only Linen lined Waterproof Collar in the Market. Drs. A s. St of. Proprietors of the american medical and logical Institute or. Booth cures deafness noises in the head Catarrh bronchitis Throat and lung diseases diseases of the Eye and ear All chronic private and nervous diseases. Deformations club feet Knock knee curvatures etc., granulated eyelids sore eyes crooked eyes discharging ears chronic cough Gaiter big neck fever sores All forms of sores and ulcers Bright disease diabetes dropsy All diseases of the kidneys and bladder i heart stomach and nervous diseases Chorea St. \ itus dance Erysipelas general debility scr Fula skin diseases and All blood diseases. No. 152 West Western ave., Muskegon Mich. Falling sickness or fits positively cured by our new method treatment. Or. Booth has made a specially of All forms of rectal diseases. Piles internal or external itching or bleeding rec Tural ulcers fistula or fissures causing nervous and lung diseases Are All cured if treated before it is too late. I treat and cure All forms of piles without pain and without the use of knife caustic or ligature. Come and learn our method of treatment. We never fail. Or. Booth has made these diseases a study for Over Twenty years. Tutors cancers warts and moles removed and cured by our new and never Failin treatment. No pain. Catarrh positively poured. We have an invaluable apparatus which we furnish in Long standing and chronic cases. A a heat Sessa Quot feasts amp is amps so �?Tcss0"1 a Quot us a a cd of a a a it the firm of b a a or. Bard left for Mansfield on Day afternoon last. Prof. Keys left for Pennsylvania Friday evening of last week. Miss Kendall will not return to Pennsylvania during the vacation but will probably spend much of it visiting class mates near Defiance. Next term begins january 5th. Done to forget the Date but be ready for work the first Day. Just As much work can be done the first Day of the term As on any other. Miss Bercaw favored the College with a visit the first of last week. She has been teaching a fall school but is now at Home. We hear Good reports of her from the directors in whose District she taught. Miss c. Snyder was taken Home some ten Days ago. She reports herself gaining daily and Hopes to be Able to return after the Holiday vacation. This is very Good news indeed As miss Snyder was dangerously sick and when she left it was hardly expected she would be Able to do much of anything during the entire Winter. Miss Shanklin has been heard from. Her Post office address is Butler id. She is teaching a Winter school in that Vicinity is enjoying her work and meeting with Good Success. Her work will be somewhat easier for her from the fact that the District schools of Indiana Are graded and under the supervision of a county superintendent. Among the students who have accomplished an unusual amount of work is a miss Laura Dunbar. The week before the thanksgiving vacation she began the study of latin in order to catch the class that started the first of september. She has devoted All possible time to that work and will be Able to enter the class after the Holiday vacation. This has been in addition to her regular work. And so Good Bye. May your holidays be All and bring All to you that could be desired especially strength and Energy for your next years work. You will hear no More from the College notes for the next two weeks. Meantime let us hear from you. Address. A local a the College Defiance o. Tell us where you Are and what you Are doing. Your friends want to hear from you and they look to find news of you in these columns. The Elliott Brothers Al. And bern., have to Rush around pretty Lively these Short mornings to get themselves Here in time for Chapel. They Board at Home about two Miles from the College building. During the last week they be had most of the chores about the farm to do before coming As their father has been disabled by an Accident in which his foot was severely Cut. Such students Are our Best workers. As a general Rule those who do the most at Home do the most with their studies. And the opposite is also True. Miss Ohman started for her Home in Illinois last Friday. The matter was being discussed the other Day in the dining Hall and it was suggested that she return p. F. M., which stands for a per flying machine a As that is about the time of the air ships trial trip from Chicago to new York and As its inventor Pennington was once a Defiance Man it was thought highly probable they a be willing to let a few passengers off Here on their Way Over. In Case she returns p. F. The students will receive machine and All with a most Hearty Welcome and full reports of All proceedings will be found in the College notes. Last week examinations were the order of the Day beginning tuesday. They were arranged As follows tuesday in prof. Keys room geometry and Virgil in prof. Neaderhauser a German in miss Moore a physiology wednesday in prof. Tucker a department arithmetic in prof. Keys arithmetic and grammar in or Neader a users arithmetic thursday in prof. Tucker a commercial Law prof. Keys beginners latin in or. Neaderhauser a algebra and arithmetic Friday in prof. Tucker a Book keeping prof. Keys latin or. Neaderhauser a first and second German classes in miss Moore a geography and orthography. In the Short hand department miss Ohman arranged to have the work finished As nearly As possible by Friday morning this left the largest part of the examinations to the last of the week and instead of things being about closed up by thursday after noon the hardest work of the week was done Friday on the grounds that the last Day of a term is just As Good As any other and As much work should be accomplished therein. With but two or three exceptions the students have All done Good work during the past term and entered into their examinations with great Zeal and Energy conscious of this ability to reach the required Grade. The examinations in All departments were quite thorough. In physiology and orthography they were final v. E. Those reaching the required Grade were excused from any further study of those branches. By special request of several of the students a final examination in geography was also Given in addition to the regular term work. The class in geometry has completed and reviewed the first two books together with a Large number of original exercises. The class in Virgil has completed and reviewed the fifth and sixth books of the aeneid besides doing work in prose compositions. The class in greek will be ready to take Xenophon a Anabasis next term. The classes which began latin last september Are soon to enter upon the Reading of cos Sara a commentaries. Abiding at his former Home Goman Silers. De. Greaser went to Fremont last saturday to attend the funeral of his grand father. The patrons of husbandry and the Farmers Alliance organizations still continue to Prosper Here. A goodly number from our Vicinity attended the dedicatory services of Riverside Church in North Defiance held by Bishop Bowman. The misses Jennie Gurwell Alta Dickman and Belle Deepe students from our Vicinity at Defiance Collet Are enjoying a two weeks vacation. We extend our Heartiest congratulations to our staunch Republican Friend John p. Wissler and his newly wedded wife. We wish them the highest enjoyment of con nubian Felic Ity and every Good Fortune in life. The rooms of the Republican express Sanctum present a neat appear Ance since being remodeler. We wish the editor and All the readers of this staunch old Organ a merry Christmas and Happy new year. From those who know we Are informed that the Defiance College has just closed a very successful term. The next term promises to be much better in attendance than the last. All friends of education in our country wish for the increased Prosperity of Defiance College. W. F. Fleck and postmaster Jacobs of Antwerp spoke to the Farmers Alliance of District no. 7, on tuesday evening on wednesday evening at Jewell and on thursday evening they organized a society in the Hock Raan school House with officers As follows president Geo. Henry Vic president Fred Bockhouse Secretary we. Theilman treasurer Geo. Sch ii Mer. A. J. Carpenter was selected As Delegate to the annual state Farmers Alliance at Gallion Ohio. Washington township. L. Garver has purchased a new Organ. Herbert Smith is clerking for a. Ewers. A. D. Lewis went to Bryan saturday on business. Mrs. Rebecca Crago returned to Angola ind., last tuesday. Chas. And John Woods went to Bryan saturday on business. Miss Annie Woods went to Defiance last week to visit friends. John Woods of Defiance was at Ney last week on business. Mrs. Linzer and miss e. Parker were guests of b. D. Lintz sunday. The ground is again Bare with a Good Prospect of a Green Christmas. Mrs. Ida Campbell and mrs. Alva Brown took in the sight at Byran wednesday. The Hammer on will Brumett a Anvil is heard from Early morning to late at night. John h. Weber and b. D. Lintz bought the old Bridge across the Creek near i coolers. Jacob Warner entered into a contract store with the p. Of i. To take effect the 1st of january 1891. A number of car loads of Stone arrived at Ney last week consigned to the county for Bridge purposes. The blacksmiths were kept Busy last week shoeing horses. John Donley drove 82 shoes one Day. While sparkling amp Bro. Were sawing Wood at John Shannos saturday the Buz saw busted. There was no one Hurt. Pete Burans has been in this neighbourhood la gently collecting for thrashing. Be prepared to pay your Thrashers due. George Woods has got his Yards in Good shape logs. It will be a filled to Over rowing if we have Good roads this Winier. Geo. Tharp of Kansas stopped off at Ney saturday with a smile on his face. He was one of the first settlers of this county. A number of our citizens attended the Law suit held in Squire Sutton a office saturday Between Phillip Bruner and Geo. Witzerman. F. H. Clark the bargain store is paying 17 cents per Pound for Good butter. Why not patronize your own Village when you can do better than in larger towns. Four new members taken into the p. Of i. Association last tuesday evening. The association is still on the increase. There Are new members coming in each week. J. Wood stopped off with his aunt and Uncle or. And mrs. A. W. Lewis on his Way Home to Chicago 111., where he intends spending the holidays. He is on the Road in behalf of an electric Light company. After the holidays he will travel in the Southern states. _ Sharon sittings. Start of p s amp co. Are responsible incorporated and chartered by the state with ran ital i Quot treating with then. They ate set of a or vat a a specific f0r rheumatism neuralgia that never fails to cure. Tape fit8 to Young and old Ano Middle aged men. ?pa5?bring two four oui the old Una he re anal is a cure drs. B., s. Amp co., Muskegon Mich. Consultation free. Hicks Vine wait j use Friday dec. 12th-Friday Tan Napoleon Miller House thursday ue<18th the e1nesd7ay> Jan 2l8t-Defiance, Crosby House Friday and a to Urf a. Jan. 22d. Saturday Jan. 23 and 2l 7 saturday dec. 19and 20 Friday and Tiffin township. By to Nicola. S. F. Beiderwell is Home from Chicago. Protracted meeting at Salem Church closed. Wolf is driving a Well for Alexander Hane. John Coy is firing an engine in a factory at Holgate. Fred Stever of Berea Colorado is Home on a vacation. Christ Bishop is preparing to build a Large Frame barn. Gurwell has been afflicted with a severe attack of Quincy. There was quarterly meeting at the Tiffin River Church last sunday. Siler and Kehnast have used their Fine new traction engine in sawing Wood. Henry Miller is getting out 150 cords of Wood on or. F. L. Millers farm. Jimmie Tolan who has been running is notion Wagon in Michigan is now Generva Stecker is convalescent. Conrad Doenges bought a new wind pump. Mrs. David Herrell is quite poorly at this writing. Rev. Ridenour is holding protracted meeting at Cuba. Or. Armstrong and son returned rom Huron county. Or. Friend contemplates building a new barn the coming Spring. James Ashton of Ayersville was in this place last wednesday. There will be quarterly meeting at Sharon Church Jan. 3d and 4th. Or. And mrs. John Adams were in this place visiting friends recently. Miss Higgins of Defiance is teaching the Mansfield school this Winter. Or. Myers of Skiver x roads was in Contineri Tai visiting friends thursday. Died december 25th, a daughter of or. And mrs. Conrad Doenges with diphtheria. Mrs. A. Fullmer and son David of Ayersville were the guest of Leinbard Doenges sunday. We wish the readers of the Republican express a merry Christmas and a Happy new year. Duck crossing. O. Welsh visited at Toledo the past week. Glad to hear from links crossing. Write again. John Krontz and Samuel Kyle were at Paulding last week. Or. And mrs. John Krontz visited or. And mrs. Ball last week. Mrs. Wictora Hasse Swartz visited on the North Side last week. Or. And or. Brown of Paulding were the guests of or. And mrs. John Hasse Swartz last week. Grandmother Boore is in very poor health at present writing. A. A Kisor has put in a Culvert across the Fluekinger Road. Or. And mrs. A. J. Kisor were the guest of Thomas Karr and family last week. John Tuberville and wife spent last sunday week with or. And mrs. John Ball. G. W. And mrs. Ida Boll recently visited we. Krontz of North Richland. The shooting match at g. W. Balls is declared off for Christmas. The shoot takes place at Chas. Schooley a. Your correspondent handed his neighbor g. W. Ball a Sample copy of in Republican express and he liked h so Well that he became a subscriber. It is the Best in the county. Ring evil Leri nol e to Guy or. Lagrippe has registered in this town. Jimes Turney has moved to Fulton comfy. Tie schools Are billed to commence january 5th, 1891. Margie Taylor spent a few Days Hong from Deb Ance. A or. Ashcraft of Coshocton visited at h. Allcutt s last week. A be talk on Temperance was Given at the m. E. Church sunday evening. . Collins and Eva Emery Are visiting relatives and friends at Mccomb. Chas. Emery is Home from Ann Arbor medical College to see his parents and friends. Frank Ferris and wife were in Wauseon with a sled on Friday of last week. Ask Frank about it. A yers Ville. By Pedro. Mrs. Charley Langdon is on the sick list. John Libra bought a Fine lot of Timber recently. Miss Hattie Harris has been out of school on account of illness. A. C. Henry and wife attended Church at Defiance sunday of last week. Miss buoy who has been working for mrs. Rachel Blue has returned to her Home. Or. N. S. Blue who is attending College at Cincinnati Ohio is borne for the holidays. That is or. H. H. Zeigler who rides out in a new Road Wagon. He purchased it of messes Bokop Foust amp Webb. Miss Carrie Boutelle Carroll amp cons Book keeper was Here saturday and sunday of last week visiting de Kus Ian and family and calling on her Many other friends. Rev. F. Gordon preached to a Large audience sunday of last week. He made some very cutting remarks on those who practice what we might Call a surface the purest and Best articles known to medical science Are used in preparing hoods Sarsaparilla. Every ingredient is carefully selected personally examined and Only the Best retained. The Medicine is prepared under the supervision of thoroughly competent pharmacists and every step in the process of manufacture is carefully watched with a View to securing in hoods Sarsaparilla the Best possible result. Christmas and new year excursions on the b. A o. The Baltimore amp Ohio r. R. Co., will sell round trip excursion tickets december 24th, 25th and 31st, 1890, and january 1st, 1891, Good for return passage to and including january 5th, to All Points Between Pittsburgh Cincinnati and Chicago. For time of trains rates and other information Call on agents of the b. Amp o. Program of Farmers Institute. The indications Are that the Defiance county Farmers Institute that is to be held in this City january 5th, and 6th, 1891, will be largely attended. The committee has submitted the following program for the session Fiest Day Jan. Fifth Forenoon to of clock Sharp. . Reading of the Constitution and by Laws and enrolment of members. Paper. A a the Orchard and the farm a by the Hon. N. H. Albaugh Tamer o. Discussion. Afternoon. I of clock Sharp. . Paper a the cow for profit her feed and c Are by the Rev. W. R. Parsons Worthington Ohio. Discussion. Recitation by miss Dell Adams. T paper. Bee culture Quot the Bright Side by Jacob Dickman. Elliottr �?~8trawberry culture a by Albert question Box. Evening 7 of clock Sharp. _ . Recitation by miss Rogers. Paper a How we educate away from the farm a by Rev. W. R. Parsons. Essay by Otto Boehm. Essay by prof. Keys of Defiance College. Recitation by miss Nellie Dickman. Forenoon Jan. Sixth to of clock Sharp. . Paper a farm work and farm wages a by Hon. N. H. Albaugh _ discussion. T paper. Bee culture a the dark Side a by Jacob Dickman. Select Reading by a. T Brechbill. Afternoon. I of clock Sharp. paper a the Best thing to grow on the farm a by Rev. W. R. Parsons. _ discussion. Essay by same 8�tnford. Paper a tile drainage by Jno. W. Leach. Question Box. A election of officers for ensuing year. Vote on the question a shall we hold an Institute next year a put yourself in his place. In baby a place we mean when he is busily engaged in cutting a thoroughly stubborn tooth its equal to an attack of Toothache and neuralgia combined and would make a righteous Man fall from Grace almost. But baby moans and suffers unless indeed a thoughtful Mother applies or. Hands teething lotion when the Little sufferer looks and Coos its glad Surprise and thanks As the pain leaves its troubled Little Mouth. Says mrs. A. K. Field Newark n. A a i determined to give or. Hands teething lotion a trial thinking it would be if As represent the greatest Blessing conferred on suffering children. I found it to be so and would like to preach it from the House tops. I do All in my Power to let others know of so wonderful a Medicine. I was so delighted with the lotion that i use All the other remedies As occasion required in preference to calling a and so comes the testimonies from All sides. For Sale by j. L. Scott. From St Joseph Hospital. A Young girl Here had been suffering for 12 years with blood diseases until she had lost the use of her limbs and was subject to Many troubles incident to the disease. The physicians declared her Case incurable and predicted that her life would come to speedy end. After taking s. S. S. She recuperated so fast that it was Plain that she had obtained a new lease on life and she has continued to grow better until her permanent cure is assured. Many other patients in our Hospital have obtained signal Benefit from s. S. S. And it has become quite a favorite in our House. The St. Joseph Hospital Highland 111. Cured herself and her child. S. S. S. Has relieved me of a terrible scr Fula from which i had suffered for years. It affected my nose first As Catarrh then carries off the Bone and continued to eat until it destroyed the soft Bone in the right Side of the nose then went to my Throat and later on to my lungs and it looked As if i was doomed. S. S. S. Has cured me and has also cured my Little daughter of the same disease. Mrs n. Ricaey Mackey ind. Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free. Swi it specific co. Atlanta. A. Highest of ail in Leavening ipower.�?17. S. Govt report aug. It soy powder absolute furs you want Toby a suit of clothes you want to buy ail overcoat you want to buy underwear you want to buy hats or Caps you want to buy gloves neckwear trunks or in fact anything kept Iii a first class clothing House 9 a t we invite you to give us a Call and we will convince you that we Are Selling goods at prices As Low As any House in Ohio. We have just received a Large invoice of mens and soy so suits for our december Trade and we propose to sell them ii Low prices and Good goods will do it. Walter Hilton. Useful and ornamental Christmas presents at prices within the Reagh of everybody. S60tt a drug Storr. Defiance College. Five graduating courses Normal scientific commercial shorthand and typewriting and music. Winter term begins january 5,1891. Spring term begins March 30,1891. Terms $2.60 to $2.90 per week for Board room rent and tuition. I j. Tucker president. Florentine restaurant. Neatest place in tie City. Meals 25 cents fresh oysters served in season. Lunch Connei in connection filled with everything in season. Meals and lunch served to order at All hours finest Coffee urn in the City. Tall and you will Sal again. Lewis building third Street near City Hal Chas. D. Millen proper. La Bre Quick married a copra a a a see bib 9 girls who use 9ap0lj6 Are Sapolio is one of the Best known City luxuries and each time a cake is use fan hour is saved. On floors tables and painted work it acts like a Charm. For scouring pots pans and metals it has no equal. If your store keeper does not keep it you should insist upon his doing so As it always gives satisfaction and its immense Sale All Over the United states makes it an almost necessary article to any Well supplied store. Everything shines after its use and even the children Delight in using it in their attempts to help around the House. Holiday goods diamonds $ watches jewelry. A rings chains charms pins earnings. Cuff buttons. Etc Gold pens and holders pencils and tooth picks. huh ii i Hampden. Elgin i Waltham Columbus and Springfield an cd clocks silverware opera glasses. Gold spectacles Eye glasses. I w aides in Gold i Tea sets in Berry dishes cake baskets nut bowls butter dishes and s s Silver i 1847 cases. A Ogeese knives and Forks we have the largest Stock of these Quot its goods in the City at prices Thatje i jul w w Jan it speak for themselves. 61 Clinton St Defiance o for weak and debilitated men. Testi Cuil Exter Hosum a new discovery or. Al s3 a peek years of experience in the leading hospitals of the world. And As a private Specius it in the treatment of sexual weak Albert Haw dually bean induced to place before tile afflicted at a nominal expense this wonderful remedy is s Testi Cura extern sum for the Core of seminal weakness impotency nocturnal emissions varicocele and Lack of Onevo Loument. <r5 a a tem or go test cuban extern sum applied direct to the parts. No nauseous drugs that ruin the stomach. Guaranteed cure or Money refunded. Ca s Ca to co or a perfect restoration guar sent to an part of the 0.8, securely packed free from Beer vation upon receipt of $2 of. For fall information address enclosing 4 cents postage the Albert medical dispensary. Cleveland o. Ohi i Money i at 6 per cent. Interest in i bit Jet of i Tiisto a Iii a in x2ststj13.u& itch i a 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 St Cameron

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