Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
7 Feb 1890

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7 Feb 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - February 7, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance it Uulu Republican vol. . Defiance county Ohio Friday. February 7, i Sto no. 8. Edited by Eben e. Rexford. Garden of illustrated by w. Hamilton Gibson. A the Best most practical and beautifully illustrated Floral de-ft1 payment in any Magazine. Everything is told about Flowers re my How to grow them Best How to keep plants healthy Andi How to have the most Beautiful Flowers. It appeals to every woman who loves Flowers or has a window Garden. Every a a question on Flowers cheerfully answered by the editor person 2 february number of maw. Working the indie s Home journal just out. Just out. Contains the brightest novels stories articles poems by such a 4 a favor it writers As Rev. T. De Witt Talmage d. D mrs. Adeline d. T. Whitney Josiah Allens wife Mary j. Holmes Kate Tannatt Woods. Maud Howe and a wealth of attractive Reading for the Home. J a mrs. Harrison a life in the White House Quot la by a. J. Halford authorized by mrs. Harrison with of new portrait and several special views of the White House will appear in the March Issue. Desperate democrats in Defiance sins bring them much draw republicans into the Whirlpool. Bourbons lock tails. I have been watching with some amusement the Effort of the demo Era in paper in Defiance to create the impression the it Tho Republican party in this county Hod Ink in something Down crosswise and would probably split itself in its endeavours to eject the in place i substance from its not Only have the papers been actively but the democracy generally throughout i he county have received their instructions from the Bosses in Defiance and no Labouring night and Day in their attempts to Drill this same fancy into their Republican neighbors. They come to them As satan came to eve la the Garden of Eden. I hey toy with their vanity they Tell them How they have been betrayed by this one and that one that they have been the Servile tools of this and that clique and that the time Hiss come when they should cast off the Collar of serfdom and split the party into eleven or More p Cees and then come to the front and poise As Tho Only men that can gather up the dismembered factions heal their wounds and Lead them to Victory. They speak of their youth and seek to instill the Poison of dissension into them by teaching the Esson that the Bones of the old men of their party is the Only material that will in be a Safe foundation for the political habitation that it is their duty to build. That is the present Mission of the democracy in Defiance county and so Era Lily does the enemy work that i have Felt it toy duty to Point out what it All Means. Tams the Power to break in and a Rob when eve r stricken with the desire. It appears to me that Tho republicans in tills county will see the danger of amt a movement and that they Wilt understand that the Democrat party is the Power Back of the throne Fiat it is the Parent of the movement the Only Hope of the pc pie in this county to got rid of the burdens the it now oppress them is through the it,-1 Public in party and if the Democrat s can create factions in the ranks of the enemy they will have gained a great Victory. I there is no occasion for any strife among the republicans of any Section. We at they want to do is to get closer together. Young and old want to Toueh shoulders and when they do that and come Forth to Battlo As one Man they will be astonished to learn How Strong they really Are. The y. M. C. A. I a a a a of solid institution of Deal. I Unco that has come to stay. Backed by prominent business history of the organisation. A ago in a convention of the there met in room band of Young me Luzion a we Lite agree to support afternoon prayer lug ape King or p these efforts j bargains in a c i of the of a and Nodop the t tid it i Lier Hun by ugly by Enrols it numbers a for 25 cents. Send 25 cents for a three months trial subscription beginning Jan. 1st of and we will Send you the double Holiday numbers a november and december free thus giving five months for Only 25 cents Jive of the most Beautiful nuts hers Ever published. Chas. E. Bronson a real state Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306�?for Sale 60 acre farm in Section 30, f a Glaize township Paulding county 50 acres i under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,500. 308-Forisale, 65 acres in Section 7, Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Xilc0 $1,700. 328�?for Sale to acres in Section 19. Mark township near Mark centers acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price $1,100. 3t.ffor sle a Oro a lot at b. Amp Depot nj�tla9, desirably located. Price $750. 3481�?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, Dela-w�r�cn�,n8bp if sold soon will take shoo. _ 357�?for Sale 20 acres East of canal in Section i. Price $475. Xt3.-y? it in 8al0> lot in Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price $100. This is a rare enhance to secure a Good lot to build on. 368�?for Sale one of the Best terms in Defiance county. 160 acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories. 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per acre with half Cash a reduction of $10 per acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. T ?x"aor8a.a Good hotel property near ii. Amp Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets on Clin on. A Good paying investment. Price Only 5,000. 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate priced of on in As the perkln�?T8 property. 387�?for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price $1,200. 394�?for Sale 80 acres in Section 16, Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. I Rice $3,600. A Good Chance for the right for years the republicans have been in the minority in Defiance county. Some old Gray haired men in the party have been clubbed by the Bourbon factions All their lives. They have never once wavered in the fight but have always lived in Hopes that the Day would come when their ancient enemies would be vanquished and driven irom the Field. The vote in this county has demonstrated for several years that it was not unlikely that the fondest Hopes of these old warriors would be anticipated and that the democracy of tile comity was Likely to collapse at a moments notice this paper has Point d out t me and again the cause that must eventually Lead to such an end. The people have become tired of the Way their affairs have been managed. They have been driven to desperation by the prodigality displayed in the expenditure of Public funds and they Are determined that it shall Stop. The vote for Frank j. Clemmer fairly portrayed the temper of the people in this county. It was that vote that first alarm d the democratic leaders and their Only Hope since that time has been to create dissatisfaction in the Republican ranks. Pilgrim has followed their movements very closely and Given a truthful statement to the readers of the Republican and express. A review of his letters for the past three months will show that in thus pointing out the pol or of the democracy and the objects it has in View i speak alone of the Lead irs of the democratic party in Defiance county. There no reason Why they want to sow the seeds of disaffection among Tho republicans but Tho real Cauco the cause that is pice no them like an avenging Spear is a Lack of Harmony in their own r inks. That is what 1ms brought their Billies to Tho dust in the Republican Garden of Eden. Now take this As an exp Mph a during the democratic convention in this Elty John w. Winn prosecuting attorney of this county Wai one of the candidates for representative. Ile controlled a majority of the delegates in this county. I am informed by some very creditable gentlemen there were Mon upon tile floor of that convention making some of the worst charges against him that Ould to brought against any Man and that too As an official. The extent of those insinuations if not charges were that he was in the habit of Hunting up indictments against men and then using his utmost endeavours to have them pardoned after they had Leon sent to the Penitentiary the question being open to the supposition of course that he was actuated in his movements by a Money consideration alone. When men Are driven to Post such evid noes of Harmony As that in their party to the world is enough to Mantle the Cheeks of honest men with shame if such Chargi s w Ore made and were not True and i do not believe there is a word in it they were Damnable. If they i d been True and the men Makin them knew them to be True then they fell Awny below Good citizenship when they failed to commence proceeding looking to his impeachment and removal from ofic it will be understood Tun Why if the democracy have been driven to such Straits t y a Lack of Harmony in their own ranks they Are moving heaven and Earth and employing every human Agency they can control to bring confusion among the republicans. Tin to Mboi men nor there work in some Gordon 396�?for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co., near Holgate 95 acres cleared Frame barn a two Story Frame House Well under drained to open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price $7,200, Cash $2,400. Call at once. 399-Forsale, 40 acres in Section 25, Delaware township on it. Wayne Road. Price $22 tier acre. Must be sold at once. 406�?for Sale House and lot for $550. On easy payments in South Defiance.407�?fer Sale 40 acres in see. 13, Delaware township 26 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. 4j4�?226.00 will Purchase a House and lot in East Defiance. P Call at once. .412�?for Sale. House and lot 6rooms, Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1500. H4vlrhfnrflale lot 85in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $250. Alo-fprsaie.lot15. Booth and Aldrich addition to East Defiance House with 0 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed 5ay�?ocarriage at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance Money i am daily making Loans on improved real estate in Northwestern Ohio at six per cent. Interest these Loans Are made on either long1 or Short time with privilege of paying Back in partial payments before due and stopping interest on on the amount paid. No life insurance required. I also buy Good notes and make abstracts upon reasonable terms. Defiance Ohio. No37 h. G. Baker. Lawyer and loan agent. Now the democrats had no Hopes of conciliating the old men wished fought them Alife time they knew that the Middle aged men had Long before mastered their i schemes and that their Only Hope of raising a disturb Nee would be by leading the Young men stray. They insulted the Intel gence of the Young republicans when they presumed upon such a thing but doubtless Felt that if they could persuade them to inaugurate a sort of a politica1 massacre in their own House the democracy could continue to pillage the people without fear of immediate interference from the republicans. I he democratic scheme was born of desperation and the Art and Craft that has been employed to bring about its consummation rivals the Cleverest work of the Devil. The fact that the Success of the Republican party depends upon absolute Union of All its forces and that All movements of the party would be impotent without such Union has been kept in the Back ground and the Young men have been urged to Start a crusade against a Specter that never existed Only in the imagination of guilt stricken bourbons. There has never been a time in the history of any political party when the Young men could have been held in subjection. They have at All times forced their Way into the front ranks and there has been no known Force in political history to keep them out but their own inactivity. But of course it would be impolitic for the democrats to allow that fact to come to the front their salvation depends upon War in the Camp of the republicans and it is to that end they Are Bendig All their forces. They Are whipped now and fully real be that in a or two they will be buried in the last ditch if they do not succeed in stopping the Avalanche that is sweeping Down upon them. At that same convention John Slough a lifelong Democrat arose and scored his party without mercy and for Selling itself to Calvin 8. Brice of new York. He uttered the sentiments of his party at Large and yet the politicians in charge of he convention endorsed the Sale of a seat in the i ignited states Senate to Brice despite tile protest that had been filed by an honest Man. In the afternoon this Man Slough again arose in the convention but was not allowed to speak. Hon. W. D. Hill the firm supported of brie a the one Man a one who solidified the Northwest for he was in that convention to speak against Slough if he would not submit willingly to by choked off or. Hill stood within Tho bar of the court room filming like a Comet and re by to lick up the luckless Slough As the candles time licks up the luckless Moth if Ordinary Meatus is had failed to silence him. And was there Harmony there a no the contenting factions roared and bellowed through the Day like mad hulls and then want Home us wild and Stormy As so Many mad men swearing von Gance at every jump. An has that storm gone by not at All. The lines that Divide the Content no factions Are better defined than they Ever were. Do you wonder Why then that the democratic leaders stand ready to Pawn their own souls if they can Only bring Tho Republican party Down to the same evil and shatter it. Is a trip Hammer would shatter a snarf Rock is it not Plain to All that the stricken blasted democracy is in no condition to stand the onslaught of a United and determined party it looks that Way to me. I y. In c. A. At id f i t Ler signed. Do i Young mens tenting Ellier ayin or or by All. I being Altu a. D aver to bring Young men to Hiis Resolution w As sign 1 by t Triy Yon and out of this a a acorns ii a grown the present doting mens Christian As Ocla Ion these meetings have Bomi continued Ever sine a and from the time they s urged to t in first of november averaged Twenty in attendance. From the Tine to till Quot the moorings have average i eight no me Tings have been very helpful attending making them Bett ally Aud . La j Aly air. Gordon Secretary of the 8tnt< work w As written to and he afterwards said that Asho received the letter to handed it Guf Ekpo of firm an of the work with the words a those Fellows Down there show tie True spirit of association and i Guez we had Bott t give the soon aft r tilts or. Made a visit toxins City Aud a conference was held in the court House with about Iii teen Young men present. He made an estimate on what Tho association would Cost and said that if to could secure on 1 Hundred Young men who would pay Tho membership fee of five dollars he would return to Ooi Ober and see what Cool i be done i he latter part of october air. Kru Ollieg Vas stunt Stute so it rotary came and looked Over the Field getting tile sentiment of the till iness Mea mud pastors of the various churches. Sunday november 24lh, was a red letter Day for the y. M 0. A in do to a Nee in the morning the pastors of the churches preached on the work of the y. At. Cd a and the need of Moll i n inst tuition in this Lity. In the afternoon at three of clock in the Odd Fellows Hull there was held a rousing gospel meeting for my with Over a Hundred Young men pres in she metering was led by s. D. Gordon. At four Cook in the grind army Hall held a bus Ness menus meeting. There were fifty of our most responsible business men present. The meeting was addressed by t. Ii. Walbridge of Toledo and s. I Gordon also by different Mon of our town in feast Bill y of the association was discussed pro Ami con. In was the unanimous sentiment of the meeting that we needed this organization and one Man made the statement that the Money Nee is try could be raised within Twenty four hours. Phis meeting decided Tho question of whether ii Fiance should ii Ive a Young Mons Christian association. In the eve Ning Tipiere we As held a Union meeting at tile Ai. E. Church. Pile singing was conducted by a chorus of a 0 voices and w a addressed by s. D. Golden messes. I Rindge Cray and Rood of Toledo and Tho pastors of the several churches. In the Ai it two weeks or. Intern i lag raised by subscription $2,000. This with the $000 raised by animal fees of members made $2,000, the amount necessary to equip end pay toe running expenses for Lite Host . On november 20th the members met in the music Hill and formally organized adopted a Constitution an i elected the following directors e. P. Hooker to f fill Man a. Ii. Woods or Stevens or. Thacker Virgil Squire c. F. Ferguson j. J. Jarvis Gitas. Seymour and i. Kettenring. A couple of Days Luter tile Bourd orgin led and elected a. I. Woods pres Lent p Kettenring vice l i Virgil Squire Secretary Anil j. J. Jarvis. Treasurer. Tho foregoing is in outline of Tho work that has been done. In wednesday january 22d, occurred the Beu Eption and opening of the rooms to the Public and Many were tin exclamations of Surprise and Delight at the work that h id been Ilono and the Beauty of Tho rooms. Toe Public was first invited into the gymnasium formerly the music bal j. This ii ill makes one of the finest gymnasium in the 8 Ato and has most Complete apparatus for body bul Ding. Or. Krzemi Rig to is week s giving Large Classis in dumbbells parallel bars horizontal liars Chest weights Indian flu s Init has three Shower Bath a tub a fifty gallon Heater with All the 1 appurtenances of a comp Etc gymnasium. At eight of clock the sex raises of the Host stationery 5 quires 120 sheets Good letter paper 25 cents 5 Bunches Good White envelopes 25cts. Dolby so Scott a drug Book and Wall paper store. Brunersburg. A verily an open Winter. A i i you see your Shadow the 2nd? Herlov and his f Ither in Law passed i through the Burg last sitar Lay. Influenza and la Grippe seems to be i taking a firm grip on both old and Young. A your scribe was told that we can expect six weeks or Winter in March wonderful he ? or Kingsbury of Perrysburg was i Here visit tug relatives and friends tile past few weeks Noble crossing. A Farmers were Busy hauling last week. The sick in this Section Are All on the menu. Pm. D. Wrogg will build a new House the coming summer. Protracted meeting at Oak Grove has commenced again. Uritis min saturday Aqa Munday wit i his Slot a mrs. Clinker. M try z filers Burg Cerny a a sister of d. Bruner. Mrs. Blackman was interred in the tory last week. Nearly every holy has Hail the or ppe and those who have Scap d Are now living n fearful ant Oil action of the same. A mrs. I. Fletcher and daughter from Angola id left for a visit in Sandusky after 1 fortnight visit with her parents in this place. A or. C. F. Hayward of Talca. Was visiting relatives in this place 11st week. Will in hero to contract for one of Tho most Beautiful Sites in the a Burr. A ii s the Burg n truant officer if so he certainly its rating to do hts duty. If any pm of on the Trio be i in need of such an officer the Burg is As there truants. Linker. A a cd Monninger was in East Delaware saturday looking after farm. I 18 Nur of a Quot Ore foot which i was out with an a sometime ago. Kohrig goes on the North Ridge Sim Weh ,0.n Ulm Tombor on a Quot brother Siita. Y remain there some time and will have about too pieces. And wire of Defiance. Spent saturday nod hum in of lat with his father in West Noble. Week. Aru plenty of a of course something ought to be s id regarding a certain would be politician who hopped Over on the other Side just before election Day. Everybody can imagine How pleas int it must be to Jive in anticipation of on office. A we have it from Good authority that a Defiance wee lass told Lier grandpa that she 11 and a Evoro Atte of of a of Lendway. No doubt older people that had an attack of influenza thought As that Little lass expressed herself. A the liter of Tho Lewis Iowa Temh. Pendent relate Bis experience for tile Bene tit. Of the Public As follows a we have advertised a great Many different Patent mod Lei nos but have never taken the pains to editorially a puff Quot one. We Are going to do the o now Tor tub first time. Tia Moerlan amp o., Des Moines Iowa manufacture a cough remedy which is absolutely the Best thing Ive have Ever seen. We Hare used it in our family for the past , and Eon a Fider it id spendable its Efi act areal most instantaneous and there is no us talking it is a dead shot on a cough or cold. >1 o lion t say this for pay but i a cause we consider chamber ainu a cough remedy the Best made and we want the people to know it in i use it. For Sale by Colby in Weott. Feb h-5n�li8h 8w?n liniment removes All hard soft or calloused Lummis and Blem 8nlint�r0mr it a blk cd spa Vint curbs scram a nil a Reeney Pil by gone stifles swollen throats. Coughs Etc. Save go by use of one bottle. Warranted. In n. Gay Olby a Scott. Druggists Deli cd. No30-Lyr. Over the trap Jewell. Mrs. Henry Noffsinger spent a few Days in Napoleon just week. A mrs. Ella Parker is taking music lessons in Defiance of m is Claudie Ryder. A Rev. Mormon has been in Michigan helping Rev. Sheldon in his meetings. Miss a in Rise Carpenter is working in Defiance at present in the family of or. Powell. I to shoot at Ayersville last saturday Wras my ii up of a pint of two Gnu Chiba Rry first t ii 0 a Sun persons Are members of the Excelsior club while part of the others belonged to Highland club and to any. The score some not Winkles. Total. If. It. I 2 3456789 Roll 12 a n undershot. 0 0 a 0 0 1001 0 w. Gook. Sol. Hale.,. A. C. Henry. Goo. Rohn. Silas Clark. L. E. Allen. 1110010001 1111000000 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 e 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 i i ii ii 0 1 ii 0 110001010 j,?0 tracy.1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 v�?zil8tj,r/, 0000001001 to Watson 0101001 0 1 0 f1 0 1 0 i 1 1 0 0 0 Wima in i a. A ii Quot fill 01 10111 Millis Blanchard. 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 i Tavi t i m.0 0 0 0 i i 0 1 1 0 David Hill 0 a a 1 �?7 i �?6 1 �?9 1 �?4 1 �?7 0 �?4 1 �?6 i a it i �?6 0 �?5 0 �?8 0 -5 0 �?4 0�?10 Aine. Hendershot. 00 w. Cook. 01 Hob Hale. 00 a. C. Henry n goo. Rohn., 10 Silas Chirk 00 l. E. Allen 00 Fohn Tracy 10 la As. Brown of Lohn watson.,., la Frank Blue ii Chaa. Gaylord 10 Willis Blanchard. La gee. Hill. I David Hill. 00 doubles. 12 3 total. 01 10 it 10 11 to 10 oooo of 11 of to to to 4 la Klio to 00 01 Looi 00 01 to of to 10 11 to 10 of 11 10 00 11 to 01 of to oooo of to of to �?5 7 of -4 la to �?8 14 to �?7 16 10 �?4 a of �?5 i i of �?4 8 10 �?5 it 00 a s 11 -8 14 no �?6 ii 01 �?4 la of -7 12 of �?6 look �?4 14 literary note. A top buggy her Weaver recently night were opened with a song by a doth in male Quartetti. Us was followed Wilt speeches by revs. W. W. Lance b. W. Slagle incl s. L. Robins Aud a h. Woods judge Bovington e p. Hooker p. Rotten Rin it and others. The speeches were interspersed with s aging. The exercises closed a nine and the Public was ushered downstairs into one of the a most inviting suite of y m. C. rooms in Ohio a As was no irked by an association Man who k travelled in Job throughout the state the first thing that Grot t d the Eye was the motto Over the reception room door a wan hath god wrought a a and truly is it not wonderful what he hath wrought then consider this. What followed the nomination of or. Geyer the followers of or. Ainsworth enlisted the services of col Lead Pencil on elec Ion Day and the Paulding county third termer was scratched with out mercy. Then think of this. Andy Sauer smooth plausible Leader of tile anti Brice faction in this City when asked about the vote in the West end said a we h Ive a Man out there by the name of that was All. But Wuh not that ominous was not that an intimation that or. Ciesin Mer was the Leader of the boaters in the West end i he rooms occupy the second s cry above he merchant a nation re Bank. The room looking on on i cond Street is the Reading room selected on account of the Good Light. Directly i cd of this is the game room and beyond that is i he recept Ion room or parlor from which the guests were greeted with music by Tho y. If. I. A orchestra composed of member of the association. A the rooms were All tastefully Pap red and Are connected by wide folding doors. To e parlor is made Attao Ive by a Brussel carpet turkoman curtains Aud a variety of elegant chairs by the polished Center table the Long Mirror Aud the pictures by the clock donated by c. L. De trick the base Burner end piano altogether a d i Delv Home like room in Wolph to take a Friend social that the game room is furnish i with five tables on which Are the games of 1 Bess dominoes checkers parches and Ziock Nee. In the Reading room is Tho Secretary a office and a Corr Spon Denci a see in. On the a Geo Parker bought Ness and All of win. For $35. Airs. Aln inn gown was culled to Deal Ance by the illness of her daughter mra Mary to tie. A a goo. Parker and win. Schina to have rented a Shire of or. J. Tittle a farm for next summer. A mrs. Eid Beth Williams who worked for Bantu i Horti ish a couple of weeks has returned Home. I to school was Dis Lsne i week before ?1 2 a ooh Juht of the illness of the teacher miss Mary Woods of Defiance. A miss Myrtle Parker returned to her Home in Norwalk thursday of last week after a months visit among friends and relatives. A a in. Schmaltz has returned from Tus car areas Roomy his Grandfather having died before lie 1 a raved. We understand lie fails heir to a Small estate. A mrs. Uriah Patton had a severe fall some d is ago. She i n going up stairs and when about half Way up lout her balance and fell backward to the floor. She was quite sick from the effects. A died. January 93d, i pro mrs. Mary Blackman aged 75 yours. She died at the Home of her laughter mrs. D. W. Morse. Her remains wore interred in the Brunersburg cemetery. Rev. Roberts of Defiance preached the funeral Sermon. Be a ule. Ii Orace a Reevey Ana Jeff is the Sut jets of the strongest february Connof Odilan. By in two of the illustrations in Bonce Greeley and Jefferson Davis Are article in the. Murat Halstead. A illustrations in curious contrasts Are a realistic photo sculpture made from Lite by an obsolete process of photography in Day. And j. Q. A. Wards Ideal Sculp Ore As it now appears in his studio i he other Content give an abundant variety of at to Clive and timely Reading with Tho usual profusion of illustration. Cant Greer of the u. H. Ordnance corps in �iec6q t development h in gun miking shows the growth and tendency or armament in various nations. The carnival in new Orleans Are seasonably pot tray cd by Alary Bisiaux. A Young Journ a it of the Crescent City. Grace Greenwood tells of mrs. Bailey a Washington halon a generation ago where the leading anti slavery personals is congregate a instead of the used novel this month presents a double substitute in a quaint Georgia Story by diehard Malcom Johnston characteristically illustrated by Kemble and a humorous play c died a a gentle maniac Quot by George Edgar Montgomery superbly i luf rated by de Meza $1,000 Reward. For every Case of nasal or Post nasal Catarrh that do. Livingston a positive cure for Catarrh fails to cure. Every bottle is guaranteed or Money refunded when our rules and instructions Are carried out in full the Only Catarrh Medicine of Merit and the Only company that gives you this Chance. This is to show the Public that we do not come before the people 77ith a worthless nostrum but one of Merit. Do not let your druggist sell you a bottle unless it has our guarantee on same. For Sale by All drug Trade. Price 81.00 per bottle. If your druggist does not have it Send $1, and we will pay express charges. Do. Livingston Medicine co. Dayton. Ohio. For Sale by Defiance druggists. I am glad to say that none but democrats Aud agents have 1 s yet appeared As operators in the scheme of disruption. Besides their attempted raid upon the Young republicans they would 1 Iso create the impression that the re is a struggle pending Between the people of the East and West ends and that it is the heaven Given Mission of the West end people to chasten the people of the Asten a and More part Cui arly the Republican and express. The Republican party in Defiance county knows no East end or no West end and it should not. It is Labouring for the common Good of Community and the Momut that a Mason Dixson line is allowed to be drawn Bette n the two ends of the county then the useful Ness of the party is for eve r gone and from that time on dissension will arise that must eventually in id straight Down into business Affa is and that one d Nger alone should be enough to put any Man under ban who would conceive such a scheme and attempt to c Rry Ito us a Itig the purpose of he democracy to bring about such a condition of Affa is if it can that it May Sti i ret Lin its Power in Tho county not caring perhaps what complications May arise in a business Way so it still re i have hardly touched upon this question of Harmony that done to exist in the democratic party but i have Given you enough to show that the democracy is in great pain. The party clothes line is nearly broken Down with factions that have locked tails Over that rope that they might have a few brotherly digs at each others Abdomens. The one thing that worries the democrats More than any thing else is the approaching Spring election in this City an i it is Toat As much As any Ming else that keeps prodding them up in their efforts to maker ers out of some of the republicans. They know that. If they Are Defeated at the polls in the Spring nothing can save them the Corning fall. They also know that if the Ven not split the Republican party before that time that the people of Thi out aged Cay will mop up the Earth with them. I think the republicans will understand from this How Nee scary it is that they should not be led to ass St in any Way an in equiv that is already it done to matter whether you Are old Young or Middle aged if you Are a Republican you have one p Ain duty to perform. Be present when your party meets in caucus be at the pulls Ltd election Day and help get our tin Vot take up and Choel fully discharge the duties that Are Impo Ted upon you an j in the in i Coad amp be 8 of Rolf n a or publican. The democracy in interested i in breaking Down your party. Never under 1 any circumstances forget that. In concluding this letter i want to Cal article Wata Quot cd a Iroil the Hicksville Newt and which the editor assures me will Apper in this is a it shows the Harmony that exists among the followers of Ainsworth Art illustrate i newspaper Outing a Scribner so a or in Engin bring a puck a Western Christian advocate Young men s Era a a Detroit free pre a Chicago Republican an exp Bess and Many others. I bus it will be seen that in Tho it in rooms provision is made for the lev loping Many namely Tho physical intellectual moral and s it civil. thankful the Young men of this town ought to be for such a place we re they can go and spend in evening with their friends and at the same time be developing their Powers making them nobler purer better men men teat will be a he / to society an i by thus being kept from influences the it Are car will make them More successful men. Ibis Artie cannot be Clos a More appropriately than by giving the first re of u won adopted by the Young men when canvassing for numbers showing the who e object for which the association was organized wok Beas the Young men of Defiance Are without a place of social resort where Opportunity is afforded Fox physical and moral culture therefore Al evolved that we the undersigned favor the erg Nix Cion of a Young menus Chr St Ian Asso Latten in Defiance to embrace the following features a 1st�?puvsical gymnasium with Baths and outdoor sport in summer. 2nd�?m-n a Reading room supplied with the Bost current literature Edn cation Ai clashed in useful branches and course a of Plain taks on practical subjects red social a place of social resort open at All terms nicely furnished with useful g lines Etc. a amp i oaf menus meeting and Bible clause fur tons them a child killed. Another child killed by the use of opiates Given in the form of soothing syrup. Why mothers give their children such deadly Poison is surprising when they can relieve the child of its Peculiar troubles by using or. Ackers baby soother. It contains no opium or morphine. Sold by n. G Woodward. A a have you seen Tho 5-a f. Pc of Fie horse Blanket if not Why not if you have a horse you need it n49-tf a the Wisest Ash icing escapes the dangerous Hooks and is anally e Augh wit i a Bent up pin. B Hibbard a the boat and lung Balsam gives instant belief rheumatic syrup co., Jackson Mich gents i have used your Throat and lung b ils in in my family during the past Winter and find it the bes remedy that we have Ever used. It gives instant Relief. Geboe Conneh 211 South d Street t. _ Oskaloosa Iowa. Jehu f. Cochran of Sigourney Iowa s is his wife used Hibbard s rheumatic and liver Iuis for sick headache and they entirely cur d it r. Hibbard a rheumatic syrup and liver by is Are remedies of great Merit. We take pleasure in recommending them. John w. Ellis druggist Sigourney Iowa. If i at 6 per cent. Interest on i Una a Gist i$90 Lipe i All Loans closed up on Short notice. No red tape about it. Good notes discounted at reasonable rates. William e. Moll. Office in Stone fronts Defiance Ohio with Harris amp Cameron

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