Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
24 Jan 1890

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24 Jan 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - January 24, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance to unto jete publican vol. Xxxii. A a of Defonce. Defiance county Ohio Friday. January 24. 1890. Roads but great inducements to every one who wish to save Money at the commissioner karst writes a card How county boards and City Council sometimes enter into agreements that Are not agreements. Auk blasted streets. No. 6. right there or. Kari it stops abort and in Fulling to detail what followed lost the Opportunity of Hie life to establish reputation a a card writer. I will take the a tory where he left Oft. A Swalley amp cons read our big advertisement in last week s Republican and express there you will hear of a few of the great bar gains we Are now throwing away. To our customers for Friday and saturday of this week place some special bargains out for you. Quot a sides Selling Many things Way below value. With every $2 Purchase we will give you your Choice of any of our handsome 15c towels. With every $3.50 Purchase 30c Worth of of charge7011 ma7 want in our House free with every $5 Purchase your Choice of to f a any Calico in our House free of charge tit i .ono8 1 2?iidren�?T8 is gum Coats for 39c. I lot of won end a in a 1 it me a a gum boots for two weeks ago Iliad something to soy about the a work upon Hopkins Street in i his City and i know i Vole d the s n tiny it of every honest run who has any know Edge of the work the t has been done there when i of Oke of Loase dast and y outrage. What was said in my i Ter or the it a e is Ems to have fallen with be Tuli r Force in some quarters and result d in drawing Oft a Cor i from or. Karst. One of the commissioners of the county an i a resident of the City. I h Ive always Bud a Good Deal of respect Foi or. Karst and have now but believe that b i appearance in the Arena at this time As ii card writer und defender of messes Clammer and Miller was ill advised. Why i labor under such an impression will i think be pretty generally understood by the readers of the Republican and express by the time i get through with the subject. Or. In int spoke to Hon. Frank w. Knapp deceased at that time City solicitor and or. Knapp Ca led the attention of the Council to the matter of establishing a Grade on Hopkins Street the City Engineer was instructed to prepare a profile. When his work was completed a Resolution was adopted by the Council instructing him to turn Fhi profile Over to the county commissioners but no resort on Oral in Nee or memorial was adopted by the Council authorizing the commissioner to tear up Hopkins Street the. Re was a tacit understanding b tween the commissioners and some members of the Council Tim Hopkins Street should to Cut Down to the i Nalt i destroyed on that Street and done to Grade established by the City Engineer you know tint the Council records now t int and nothing More. There is no record i show that the City to show that the Connell Ever acted upon i Bull i those such a horrible condition that on the Day that Hon. Frank w. Knapp was buried they a lid not attempt to drive Over it with a Hearse but carried he remains to the Church. If messes Clammer and Miller Are not to by me for the Street being in that Shap it who is you say that a was soon a he weather p emits Hopkins Street will to put in As Good condition As it was Aud the Grade will have been established without any expense to the City if it had been True As you stated above that the Council committee and not Clern Mer Rind Miller should be blamed for the Hopkins to. It abortion Why Shou d Yon now St Ito the t the Street will be rep ired with out any Cost to the City did not or. In Miner declare some week i go that the i Oard had done All for the Street that it would do an i did he not refuse most emphatically to rebuild the pavements Yon had destroyed on Quot coughs and colds All the Best remedies can be found at Colby amp Scott a drug store. I w As compone i to re upon i build those pavements Heo Anae the com the subject officially and that part of the missioners had failed to in question therefore it appears to me it is not the prices fair inv Ami q i re Given away along with these awful Low prices i Rihaly and saturday this week at the Oke at Clearing out Al everything slaughtered at Sale. F. Swalley amp cons. Re be is. A a or ,uiverti80mont at t0p of l8t be in Chas. E. Bronson s Beal estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. Purpose of this paper to make anything but statement of facts. When i ass ated that the Cost of paving Hopkins Street was $2,000, i was upon the authority of Tho contractor who had paved the Street and w As of course accepted As a Correct statement after the publication of my Etter t to weeks ago the contractor made a second St item int explaining that he was Mist Ken about the Cost being #2,000. To received #1,000 for his work upon Hopkins Street and #1,000 for his work upon fifth Between Washington and cd n on streets. It will be Peen Bow i was mislead in making the basement that the Cost was #2,000. I make this explanation there May be a Clear understanding among tile read re. I also a a the readers o remember that while the contractor now puts his figures at #1,000, or. K rat Bays tile work on he Road Only Cost about #500. In the commissioner s report ending August 31st 1887, i find it s ated there that $300 h id been expended on Hopkins Street which if added to the $1,000 already mentioned above would the amount to $1,300, it least up to the Date of the Dos Ambos element of the Street by the commissioners. S Ood about this Way a number of citizens of Defiance who Are members of the Council agreed that the county commissioners might out Down Hopkins Street to a Grade established by the City Engineer. Might not any other body of citizens not members of the Council have agreed to the same thing How could the City be held responsible when there is nothing to show that the chosen representatives of the people had in Council authorized the consummation of the work. According to her records the City of Defiance does not know to this that Hopkins Street has been turned inside oat ave the Street in As Good condition As they had found it or. Karst next Speaks of the necessary details Between the county commissioners and the Council. There weren Odet los Between those August bodies there was an agreement Between the county commissioners and certain gentlemen who Are members of the Council but As they d d not net As an official body the work could not have been done under the direction of the Council now the agreement entered into Between the county commissioners and the citizens who Are members of tile there is another Point the Council did by resolutions authorize the Board of commissioners to take dirt from Washington Street what was the r null ? they went in there without asking for Grade stakes and when the City officials discovered what was going on the Street looked like a deserted Stone Quarry. It was scooped out in holes and was unsafe to drive teams Over it was Tho Board justified in that no ? when or. Dohony a member of the Council pro tested Clemmer and Miller said Tho Elty Engineer had not set any Grade stakes and the Engineer happened to be it her it to t in them that they had never asked for any or. Dohony then asked c Ottmer what lit proposed to do about the Street but that gentleman shrugged his shoulders and said he Dill not propose to do anything. The City teams h id to to sent out eventually to make the Street Safe for Tho passage of even an of cart. W is that right that was outrage numb r two and if m sirs Clemmer and Miller desire the proof of wha i have stated it will to forthcoming. They know however that it is troth. Ozz ,0lln i 1 a Quot of tha he Quot to Quot it a a a uric Ai capacity was that the commission i no tm., to. When the had out ,.bret Down a a whirl 7 to Tho Grade established by Tho oily Enel a is 7j&Quot a Quot Neer were to la a it Zuj l. Profile of the Grade of Hopkins s met to Neer were to leave it in just As Good con-1 the county commissioners to do we it i i de f a acre farm in Section 30, 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate a Glaize township. Paulding county so acres Avenue known a the Perkins property. A a Tod Frame House and j Price $3,000. V v i 387-for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame under cultivation g other buildings. Price $2,Soo. I.,?,08.wforr.8ai�?~&Quot 05 Acrea in Section 7, Noble township. Defiance county Good buildings. Price $i.7oo. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 5 aures cleared ditches on two sides. Price $1.leo. »�?z3n for 8iiuo Corner lot at. To. Depot odi1 a be desirably located. Price $760 Ai or a be 40 aures in pleasant town ship log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well a Fence �?�10 acres under cultivation. Price #1,500. 352-for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Delab sold soon will take $800. A 3o7�?for Sale 20 acres East of canal in i Section i. Prive $475. 111 i a Rale. Lot 14 in Krotz addition to 1 North Defiance. Price Soto. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. Db8-f or Sale one of the Best farms in Defiance county. Loo acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the. The county Frame House two stories. 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per acre with half Cash a reduction of $10 per this is a rare bargain. To its a a or 8.a04.a try cd hotel property near b. Amp o. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Side two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets on Clin-6 00f g paying investment. Price Only barn. Price $1,200. 394�?for Sale so acres in Section 16, Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good i building All tiled and in Good shape Man a Good Chance for the right 396�?for Sal 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 it onco $7,200, Cash $2,400. Call 399-for Stile 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 $550. On easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?fer 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. 4.14�?$225.00 will Purchase a House and lot in last Defiance. Call at ones. ,412�?for Sale House and lot6rooms. Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1500. 4jt-f�r�ale. Lot 85 in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $200. 419�?for Sale lot 15, Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. Or. K in St a App a race As a card writer was not very much of a Surprise to me. In fact i have often wondered that his associates Clemmer and Miller h Ive not forced by n in o print before this time. Formation his come to the Man Gem it it of this p per on several occasions d Reet from the court House too by the Way that they were claiming or insinuate a that he was in the h bit of pipe Lin no information into the Republican and express office to be us d against the i Oard nothing could be further from the Ruth and i Arn authorized to say that the office is not ind Ebud to Birn for any information Ivha tev r and never Heil been. I he fact that it it s Merit Oneal incidentally two weeks ago hat or. Karst in common with Many o h r Good citizens had insisted that the s one with which Hopkins Street had been paved should be p led to one Side As the co Tami sinners should have done i presume stirred up the Anim is of his Assoc ates and was what led to the appearance of his card. Edition As they found if. They agreed to that but As they were conferring with men acting Runoff Sci Fly it probably i not occur to them that they were in duty or Honor bound to Jive up to their agreement. It should be kept in mind now that to Council ceased to net officially when it in-1 did str noted the o to Engineer to turn Over to the commissioners the profile of the Grade he had established for Hopkins Street. They or. Karat h is not asked that the be Puli can and express re produce l is Caid but As this is a newspaper aiming to give Fuji and accurate informal Ion on All Subj cts relative to the interest of the people it is Given a place head and All. Or. Karst a card an explanation. To the editor of the Democrat Pilgrim so last letter in the express contained several statements in regard to the Hopkins Street matter which Are based upon incorrect information or Are made with a Tfir Carrla geat the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o. Money i am daily making Loans on improved real estate in Northwestern Ohio at six per cent. Interest these Loans Are made on either Long or Short time with privilege of paying Back in partial a i Ien 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. Hopkins Street mutter which Are based upon incorrect inform1 Quot Quot a a a ? View to mislead. When it was found necessary to have a fill made on both ends of the new Bridge on Hopkins Street the commissioners at first decided to sell the work of making these fills which amounted to about 2,200 Yards if it could be done at a reasonable figure. On the a oath Sale the lowest old amounted to something like $1,200, therefore the work was not sold but meanwhile i had began negotiating with representatives of Tho City of Defiance who were desirous of changing the Hopkins Street Grade. The negotiations wore successful and the Grade was established by the City Engineer who submitted his pro Val they net. T0 the counc11, whose Ftp the necessary details Between the county commissioners and the City Council having been arranged the work on Hopkins Street was done under the direction of the City Council. Therefore the statement in a a Pilgrim so letter that Tho blame for the present condition of Hopkins Street rests upon commissioners Clemmer and Miller is unjust and is probably the outcome of a a Pilgrim so rna men cont Nua by attack these Twogontle-a8 soon As or. Karst says that it is unjust that the by me for the condition of Hopkins Street should a it upon messes. Clemmer and Miller and thinks that is probably the a outcome of pilgrims mania to Oon Inu ally attack these two not at All. Pilgrim has no ill feeling toward either of these gentlemen and All that he hits Ever written about their official acts has been carried to him by some of tile Best demo Ora s in the county. He in common with Many other people think they have demonstrated on Many occasions that they were not worthy to hold the positions they now occupy and has been free to say so. If it is i Asi said before i have the kind St re the will of Providence he May say so again i Lari a la a or. Karst but think he was driven into writing a card when he knew it would have been Wiser to have kept silent. Pleased with it and then of or Tim adjournment of the Council entered into an agreement in a Gen ural Way As citizens and not As councilman As to How the work should be done lean see no excuse in that for the commissioners pursuing the course they because the Connell failed As a body to bind the commie owners in an article of i Grec ment to fulfil their promises tha is no reason Why Tho should attempt to Saddle the or dirty work on the Olty. Or. Karst says the boar i refused to sell the fills at about $1,200. I think it would have be a Money in the pocket of the taxpayers if they had a that amount or More and kept their hands off the Street. Tho tearing up of Hopkins and wish Egton streets was a miser Ahio Affa r and a striking example of what incompetency and general cuss linens will bring upon the people. Tho Cotnam a sinners m y write cards until dooms Day but they wont exonerate the men to blame for that work. The people know All about it a judge Benjamin Patton of Ohio the. Octogenarian Buckeye statesmen who recently visited Chicago. Talks about himself and his relations with the hero of new Orleans. Chicago Herald judge Benj Iruin Patton the octogenarian ates Nan of Defiance county Ohio w a greatly honoured among the men and women who contributed their l Bor or love and gratitude toward keeping fresh the memory of the hero of n. W Orleans at Tho recent Celebration of Juu son s Day. Ii is a Tab dignified gentleman f to a w a Quot a 0 1 one Collar and a Blok Stock. In manner he is affable and when he talks he chooses words and forms Una at a Quot or fountains flow on his sunni Favati them a rent used to Supply a t so Pond with fresh w Ter. The a a out one and Vin i a a year Horn his own vines lint owing to his physicians advice As he a drinking Iha Vintage Homsi of As he has a tendency to gout. And even now Conteh a cd it a he is a great Friend of the a Oil Homan a is the Tox h and or Quot thurst in visa i in r a i Hou a of represent at v. In to few her and were in Husia apically received. A n a Mombi r of the Bouse judge Patton made a speech of which he a in adv proud sati toil a meted we o attention. It the ill nov in ill an it a Ftp 0,1 ii ? quote a Quot of the state and Tho xssf�?okhs33tff employing fs.i.r.1 from the Hicksville news of the 16th. Hon ohm to kudos Patton. A the recent great j Cason Celebration or ulv l re k wan one of the to is of to miser he is a Isdr Turnr of Quot a Kelley said a a w cd in character or Jackson. Or i have come a Long Way from Down South o be present St lids memorial hour. If i Haji found nothing More the Tho Ocner in l o Van reminiscences of judge Patton linking us who Jackson him to for thai Quot ,.av? a up a compensated me for the travel had it been thousand is of Nile More. Ii s person is monumental bus 1 of historical interest a sentences that i n a in a an who in not forgot win a y duration and culture. When sex Clov. 1 nor i Roc or Knott of or Kentucky w a Init Educ Ltd to judge it ,1house, he complimented the o a Triue Stites Nian As Only a a n in k a Kows so Well How to do by saving iut Tje pictures or u. Ner d Josson. A judge p ton would have blushed or heft a 0 d As it was he merely ranked Proctor Knott for the compliment was v,0a b Quot Yin Tjo sex governor was a great Orn or�?0 great in filet that person to up Wmk in Public aft r him would be like commonplace senator droning in the roman Senate lust 1 to. Ly"11 after it Cero Iliad delivered one of bus match prom i v into r Flora fax governor j i Ltd "�11,1�?T Quot nother of the Iro Phles judge p.,t on brought Home with blot rom ,l.w5 to and tar / of the reception Hornet w till in Chicago a my de Ltd judge As Ray Brief allusion to yourself does not appear in the printed re in mme to m�1/ it a it evening i will comm t it to writing myself and beg you a not Only As a Momento of our my extremely pleasant association in com Nemor Ting Vir nes of one of me Moar illustrious men ibis world has Ever produced but Ana Token of my High appreciation of your own character waled i have Long Beni acquainted by . Having grouped the leading men do Ami moral traits for which i understand Jackson to have been preeminently Nofu Ilhee i added i in this hurried i delineated any feature in this less orations. The venerable judge seems prouder of having had Andrew Jackson for his per Sotil of Neap Man of anything else in ins Long 11 f 0. It was doubtless la cause he a i personally known general j Cason hat he receive a Call from a couple of charming Young Lades from Kentucky during his a in to s City. One wus m is Humphr. Is Aud the other miss Kate i Arr whom Grandfather w. T. Barry was pos Naster Gen a in president Jackson a o hint judge i Mon w s proud to make their acquaintance As be resembles Quot old Hickory Lair in a Jol if the members of the on toe subject of his personal history and personal ,muses judge Patton said that his granduncle. Benjamin Patton signed Tho Meek in Burg declaration of in dependence. Judge was born at b Defonte. A. In 1810 was graduate d from Dickinson cod go at Carlisle in 1n2� studied Law under a Man n med Carmi in is my began t e practice of is protes Slon at Lewistown Minin coun y. A it he there at the ago of Twenty three he was Given his it Ort in Lite by la a. Silent Jackson who Gro it Many a character incorrectly or Orait red anything necessary to its a re Csc por-1 rail ii re the in n,orw�?~�?o-1 a a 7, As. I a1 Ude t p in n. A a i 00,1 a i and men now living Best qualified to speak of Jackson a. To my venerable and distinguished Friend sitting at some time in the future. But i have come to the most disagrees in part of my task and that is to show or. Karst wherein he probably errs. He says a was soon As the agreement Between the comm boners and Council there was no agreement Between the two bodies As i showed above had been Clos a the matter was in the hands of the Council who established and accepted the Grade and whose committee superintended the work. A How could that be the Council did not authorize the work neither did it authorize any committee to take charge of it. This May be news to to e commissioners but is it not a fact ? however i feel encouraged and now sex Ped. That or. Miller will be oat in a card next and in the goodness of his he a re not Only Tell the people about a the do not lot of corruption this county Ever heard of a a but that he will explain fully How Many dollars Worth of Stone Are piled up 1 against the abutment of the Hopkins s Reet Bridge. A remarkable letter. The agreement Between the commissioners and Council had been closed the matter was in the hands of the Council. Who established and accepted the Grade and whose committee superintended the work it could not be forseen that this Winter would be such As it is. Else perhaps the streets Ould have been put in better shape although that would have been almost impose so 0n account of the lateness of the sea the statement that the Street torn up Cost $2.�o� is gross1 y exaggerated. The original Cost or the improvement was about $600 neither Are there $2,000 Worth of stones again How did it come that when the commissioners got ready to gut Hopkins s Reet the it they sent for the City Engineer to set Grade stakes How did it come the t if the work was in the hands of the Council that the commissioners had nun on each Side of the River superintending the work Why did the commissioners go to that expense if the work a s not in their hands is it not True or. Karst that you insisted that the Stone on Hopkins Street be put to one Side for future use is it not True that or. the City Engineer entered a like protest and is it not True that or. Tennyson a member of the Council went Down there to protest to or. Clem Ruer against the work that was being done and left in disgust when Clemmer commenced arguing about the matter and showing up the Beautiful system the commissioners had adopted to Knock the Bottom out of Stone Road ways it is the testimony of Engineer Edmund Stone that the macadamia de work on Hopkins Street was six Een feet wide and in Good condition. It was one of the Best roads in the City. If Frank Clemmer end i Vid Miller were not responsible for sweeping Down a lot of Stone the following letter from or. W. A. Thomson of Columbus Isis peculiarly interesting a my wife a says he a has been created for tier head stomach and nervous prostration by three doctors in new York two in Chicago one in Philadelph one in Cincinnati and at Tim Large Institute in Buffalo Tor Al months they Allf a in Eli but one bottle of or. Miles restorative nor i Vine helped her this slum d be used in All headaches backaches changes of life nervous disturbances fits rheumatism Etc. Ask at n. G. Woodward a drug store for a free trial bottle an i or Miles new Book on the nerves and heart. North Richland. A Herman Doenitz returned to his Home in Defiance last thursday. A Washington Butler is working for Frank Durh m this Winter. Be. Bixby brought his the Shang engine Flora South Richland to non 1 Richland last saturday. A or. And Tom Elliott or. Are visiting Reia to ves and friends in Holmes und Coshocton coun leg. Cd cd Spangler has gone toys Flunce and has eng Gad in the Grain business with Anda Tuttle. See a Azon Ainuu Jura rid in 1829. Just her i h gun the study of Law i silent Yew or two at sea on a Man of wares secret by o oui under in chief Eillott who had been second in command under Commodore Perry on Lake Erie j cd on was i first a Royiden i Ever Vood for and afterwards i called on him frequently at the in nit House. In 1839 i a appointed by the governor of Pennsylvania president Judie of the District in which position i Rem iced eleven be n. When y Iceni on the but not h had expired my lifelong or lend Justice Greir of the supreme court of the United Stites tendered me the appointment of clerk or the circuit court of the in Ted i ates and circuit c int commissioner at Philadelphia. I acc pied in order that we might be together As much us possible As we bad been into. Mote friends for More than a Quarter of a c a turn. I was in that pos to on some ten or Twive years through the w r. A a i Here were trials for treason and piracy be torn jus ice Grier during Tho War. One cast a j been tried and there w is a verdict of conviction. I spent the evening of that Day with him at hts House Ami knew what was coming next morning. The next Day the judge look ids scat on the Bench. Or maid gentlemen what Oliie comes up be wifi i he answer was another of those in Aion and piracy cases a a maid he a gentlemen ill try no More of 1 bes cased it is ail a farce to be trying men for treason in the midst of a War in Welch there Are perhaps a million of men Tiona e veneration. Wishing you my dear judge Many returns of the glorious Anni Versari we have ast assisted in celebrating with the Good things in this 1 and Tho ufos to come i am very truly your Friend. J Proctor Knott. A can to sleep nights is Tho complaint of thousands suffering from asthma in no ump Lon coughs Etc d Dayou Ever try or. A Serls English remedy it is the Best prepare Tion known for All lung troubles. Hold on a positive guarantee at 25o and 50c. Sold by n g Woodward. Milford. A or. By Holt is working for Albert Coy. Robert Cleland is attending the Farmer Grimes schools. A. O. Barney has material on the ground for a ii a House. Of Jvn we r use to pro a �?o"�1110 arrayed gains each other in the Field the War is Over and the Issue a t till t dec dad then it Wilf to Lime Erving men for enough of it to be a miss Bertha Palmer spent Friday and 8 sturday in Defiance the guest of Lier grandmother. A Fly Duj. Min it the tbutm�t8oniit.w i a Quot of a a a a khow that one Bridge. The stones were used in making i Best known contractors in the coun Defiance Ohio. No37 h. G. Baker. Lawyer and loan agent. $1,000 Reward. For Evert Case of nasal or Post nasal Catarrh that or. Livit Gastom is positive cure for Catarrh fails to lure. Eam>detbinttfnll3 a Rumo by fun dead our rules and instructions Are Louthis Catarrh Medicine of ment and the Only company that i to ? Chance. This is to show the Public that we do not come before the people Gnu a a a to Tess nostrum but one of Merit. Do not let your druggist sell you a it Ottle Kin h. Our 8.uarantfe on a a a. For Sale by All drug trade8 pros 1.00 per 1.yr.d 8fg.�?~? us a halt in s0dd a a cd we win a w of pro Targ Quot or. Livingston Medicine co. Dayton Ohio for Sale by Defiance druggists. Tho necessary raise on the old fills and in making them As substantial As they should had the fill been sold for $1,200, there would have been even then no gravel on the fill. As it is the work Cost about $600 As soon As the weather permits. Hopkins Street will be put in As Good condition As it was. And the Grade will have been established without any expense to the City. My object in making this explanation is not to engage in a newspaper controversy it is made simply to Correct a wrong impression and to set two men who have been unjustly attacked aright before their constituents. Jacob karst n county commissioner. Defiance Jan. 13th. That is a very Well written card and if it was not for a Lack of clearness in some part Cullars would Sugges the though t that it might have been written by a lawyer. But that is not material a the sick Here Are too numerous to men of it Grippe has taken a grip Here on both old Ana Young. A a debating society was organized at the a Vii Leman school House last week meeting every wednesday eve. A or. Delia Boho of Defiance was called Here Frid by to attend her sister mrs Bell Durham who was quite sick. Messes h. Sill and in it took a Man of his great grasp of mind and his moral courage to take such a stand Quot As for general Jackson a a personal characterizes i will Hay re was a Man of the strictest integrity both in private and Panfi do life. He knew no such thing As fear in the i be of his duty. He not a Man who talked for talk Sake but he was pleas int with his friends an i among those he con d Trust he w s a Man of lofty patriotism indomitable will and of a courage which nothing could daunt a Atter judge Grieras death in 1871, judge Ballon moved to tilt farm which he entered More til an forty years ego at government rates mid which lies near the town of hic Kivelle Defiance county Ohio. Lie wan e cd cd from there to the Ohio legislature ii 1879. For Over a mile ids Jan i adjoins he town of Hicksville Rind is within two Miles of the Indiana state line. Fourteen a Ora Beerbower of Farmer will work for Ben. Ovary next season. ,m.t5ediroctor? tial Tod the school in Dis Trio no. 4, one Day last week. R a i 8 Hulbert and mrs baronet and it vimlt0�?~i mrs. brother Jonas Mil a l or recently. M. Gingery m. A. Hulbert and j. Beerbower Nave Cauca erected new Wintter Orincci Over their Well. A Andrew Squire has erected a new barn on Lii place apposite the House occupied by hts tenant Jacob m in. 3 Rue Cicero 0. Has been removed to the place it occupied prior to sex president Cleveland a administration. A Amos Moon disposed of his personal property at Public Sale january 2id. Or. Moon intends moving to Mihouil a Timothy Hulbert of Wail Street Linn county Kansas who h is been visiting in tins , has returned Home. His brother ii. J. Hulbert accompanied him As fur As joint ii where tip y expect to spend a few Days visit no their brother urea he Ieru Timothy Hulbert moved to Kansas in 1857, Aud at the breaking out or Tho Civ w r in took an Active part. Serving in the 2d Kansas b t Era a Low game. Children cry for Pitcher s cantorial try says he was paid #1,000 to put Down who was done to Yon know or. Karst and done to your neighbors know and done to every North Quot Quot filch Hinds school Man in this City know who cares to know anything about it that the commissioners personally supervised that work and that i to Day it bears the Clemmer Miller ear Marks All Over it in i i i ii in f Baylis two of teachers visited their parents and surmise who Cise in Washington township last sunday Logan. Passing by the attempted Sale of fills by the commissioners because that Doest not enter into the discussion we come Down to that part of or. Karst a card where he says a i began negotiation with representatives of the City of deft Nee who were desirous of changing the Hopkins Street a key. Htoy Bas been sick some time. A quarterly meeting last saturday and a Byers Bros. Delivered Hay in Hicksville first week. A a form of la Grippe is in this Vicinity at this writing. A a a. M. Hui Anklin made a business trip to Wayne county last week. A or. Moon will have a Sale Jan. 23d, and intends going Wear Success a we have not h in our a truant officer As yet but Are on the Lookout a Wilson Corroll and wife attended his to herbs funeral last week. She lived in Crawford county. A f. M. Olg who is teaching the Crary school came near taking a vac Ion first ,. Week on account of a severe cold and Aith worse Road in the county to Day possibly i a. Than it is. A foot of saw dust would have 1 a a a o. Barney has hired a or. Sharpies been just As efficacious. A City official in to work for Hun next be lion formed me that the Street we a deed in up a Faro at 6 per cent. Interest on la you say a it could not be foreseen that this Winter would be such As it is or else perhaps the Street would have been put in better did not the commissioners agree when treating with the citizens who were members of the Council but not acting in an official capacity that the Street would be left in us Good condition As it was before was not the commissioners bound upon their Honor to the t regardless of what the season was or promised to be what was the result they put a foot of Sand and Loam on the Street and there is not a la 3sto no All Loans closed up on Short notice. 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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