Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
26 Jul 1889

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26 Jul 1889

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - July 26, 1889, Defiance, Ohio Defiance to unto Republican vol. . Defiance county Ohio Friday july 2 5, 1889. No. 32. At f. Skillet t cd we have removed the Stock of d e. Heller to our Large where we will continue the of dry goods and carpets formerly owned by m. Double stores just 2 doors above Heller a thet must be sold at once. Bankrupt prices Means $2.00 for $1.01. This bankrupt Sale along with our grand Clearing out Sale Means the Golden Opportunity of your Lite to buy goods at an awful sacrifice y come at once. Everything must be sold. The one Chance of your life time remember the great bankrupt and grand Clearing out Sale at Headquarters for bargains Defiance,0. F. Swalley amp co. Chas. E. Bron amp ones real estate melange Defiance Ohio 306�?for Sale co acre farm in Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county so acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price 2,500. 308-for Sale of acres in Section 7. Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Price 1,700. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section to Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price 1,100. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at b. A o. Depot in Defiance desirably located. Price 750. 348�?for Sale 40 acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price 1,500. 352�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Delaware township. If sold soon will take too a a 357�?for Sale 20 acres East of canal in Section i. Price 475, 363�?for Sale lot 14 in Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price 100. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. 368 a for Sale one of Tho 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 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. 369-for Sale a Good hotel property near b. A o. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets on Clinton. A Good paying investment. Price Only 15,000. 370f�r Sale House and lot on Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price 3,000. 387 a 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 in Defiance 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 96 acres cleared Frame barn a two Story Frame House Well under drained two open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price 7.200, Cash 2,400, Call at once. 399�?for Sale 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. 414�?225.00 will Purchase a House and lot in East Defiance. Cadi at once. 412�?for Sale House and lot6rooms. Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price 1500. Mno for Sale lot 85 in Holgate a addition Orth Defiance. Price 250. 419�?for Sale lot 15, Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. South Tiffin. Lewis Agenbroad is on the sick list. Mollie razor has gone to Indiana to a Carriage at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o. Rheumatism and neuralgia these twin diseases cause untold suffering. Doctors admit that they Are difficult to cure so do their patients. Paine a celery compound has permanently cured the worst cases of rheumatism and neuralgia so say those who have used it. Quot having been troubled with rheumatism at the knee and foot for five years i was almost unable to get around and was very often confined to my bed for weeks at a time. I used Only one bottle of Paine a celery compound and was perfectly cured. I can now jump around and feel As Lively As a franc Caroli Eureka Nevada. $1.00. Six for 5.00. Druggists. Mammoth testimonial paper free. Wells Rich Ardson amp co. .props., Burlington it. Ltd Paine a celery compound has been a godsend to me. For the past two years i have suffered with neuralgia of the heart doctor after doctor falling to cure me. I have now taken nearly four bottles of the compound and am free from the complaint i feel very grateful to Chab. H. Lewis Central Village it Paine a celery compound Quot i have been greatly afflicted with acute rheumatism and could find no Relief until i used Paine a celery compound. After using six bottles of this Medicine i am now cured of rheumatic Ham Cal Hutchinson so. Cornish n. H. Effects lasting cures. Paine a celery compound has performed Many other cures As marvelous a these a copies of letters sent to any address. Pleasant to take does not disturb but aids digestion and entirely vegetable a child can take it. What a the use. Of suffering longer with rheumatism or neuralgia Numo he / kf0 give biter and brighter i pop lactate food Are healthy us menu arc than any other byte. I Oaits Happy Hearty. It it unequalled. Visit a the wheat Harvest in these a a digging is nearly Over. A John Deepe is the Happy father of a bouncing boy. A cherries and raspberries were an abundant crop this year. A Peter dares erecte4 another Atar wind engine on his farm last week a there is quite a number of horses for Sale in this locality at present a mrs. Engle and family of Toledo Are visiting at William Nelly a this week. A miss Clara Slasor is canvassing for the Book entitled the a Beautiful a Frank Miller exchanged horses with parties from Michigan last saturday. A since the rain last thursday Armstrong binders Are used by those who Cut wheat.1 a a m. Hull and wife of Jewell were guests of or and mrs d. Slasor last sunday. A Andrew Greaser of Defiance assisted Dorman Siler in harvesting his neut this season. A a. W. Shafer is canvassing for a Book entitled a Johnstown horror. Success to you John. A mrs. Margaret Miller is very ill at this writing with lung fever. Or. Aldrich is the attending physician. A mrs. P. Grant is quite poorly with consumption and dropsy. But slight Hopes Are entertained for her recovery. Peter Kuhn and wife Vod we. Helmich and wife of Defiance were guests of or. And mrs. J. C. Kuhn last sunday. Rev f. L Snyder delivered a Sermon last sunday evening for the special Benefit of Young men which was very instructive a William Rath j. P. Has recently returned from a visit to his old Home at Gettysburg a. He also viewed the old Battle Field of Gettysburg. A there is considerable a booting and Hunting done on sunday in these parts by certain parties who thereby violate the Law of go and Man. Shame on such conduct. A Benj f. Kingsbury of Defiance visited his Friend 8. W. Nakade Nauser Ope Day last week who for a time is engaged in the work of the farm and other recreations. A deviation from his usually severe mental labor a the quarterly meeting under the auspices of the Liberal element of the u. B. Chi Rob and presided Over by j. W. Lilly the Legal elder was Beld last sunday in the German m. E. Church As their own Church was closed against them and the Church named was offered them which they accepted the meeting was a Success both in a financial and spiritual View. So Large a number was present that Many could not enter the Church. Rev Lilly has the sympathy of a great number of the people indeed nearly All. Agricole. Washington township. O or Tain. De ath to potato bugs by using a Bug finish a All ready to apply and warranted to give satisfaction. Only 5 cents per Pound. Also pure Paris Green at Colby amp Scott a. A some talk of incorporating Ney since a week ago last saturday evening. A Heny Raiser is Able to work again. Not so badly Hurt As was anticipated a John Goffer is very Low at this writing with cancer. No Hopes of his recovery. A Arthur Hannah commences this week to clerk for Amos Moon in Milford township. A considerable Hay and wheat was harvested on sunday this season because of the wet weather. Is. K. Battier a health is very poorly and has been so for some time with no improvements at this writing. A children a Day sunday evening july 28th, at the m e. Church at Ney. All Are cordially invited to attend. A Hank Daniels of Detroit mich., came to spend a few Days last week with his father in Law George Myers. A on account of the inclement weather inst week there is stiff considerable wheat to be harvested in this locality. A or. Paxton the meat merchant is working up a Good Trade As he is always on hand to attend to his customers. A Jacob Spieth and daughter Caroline returned from Paulding county sunday after a few Days visit with friends there a the Doud Post holds open meeting every saturday evening and All who wish to attend Are heartily invited to come. A George halos Little girl fell onto a Sharp Hoe and Cut a deep gang in her knee. She was so severely injured that she cannot use her limb. Or. Rakestraw of Hicksville and or Sager of Farmer Center were called in to see j. Goffer. Or. Lake Straw pronounced it the worst form of cancer. Lick Creek was very wild last thursday and Friday. The Bottoms were pretty Veff covered with water. It was not very beneficial to the growing crops. Pilgrims letter. Must be like Ceasar wife the kind of men that will be elected this fall governor fora Kerbs administration splendid showing. The election this fall in Ohio in Many regards will be equally As important its that of 1888. A governor is to to elected and the next legislature will name the successor of Henry Boodle Payne who to the Ever lasting shame of the state has set in the upper House of Congress As one of the senators from Ohio. One of the darkest pages in Tho history of Ohio covers that period when the democratic Coal Oil gang sit in the Neil House at Columbus and bartered for and bought a seat in the United states Senate. Members of the legislature who had been instructed by their constituents to Voto for Durbin Ward George h. Pendleton or some other Democrat of that class answered the Beck of the Golden Wand of the oleaginous gang and sold themselves at from $1,000 to $2,000. Tho credit of Tho people let it be said very few of those who bartered away their Honor and manhood Iii that Deal have been recognized since their return to private life. Their old associates have no Confidence in their integrity they Are ostracised in a social Way Anil will Only be known to coming generations As Polit. Leal outlaws who for Gold allowed themselves to stand in history As prototypes of Judas Iscariot the men who became parties to that infamous transaction were democrats. They had been elected with the express under standing that they were to support some one of the known candidates for the sen actors blk at the time of their election. Be fore the Day of the democratic caucus that was to name the Man the Coal off gang opened a Bank at Columbus and Wien the caucus was Over the seat in the United states Senate belonged to the Standard Oil company crowd by right of Purchase. Thurman Ward Pendleton Warner and every other decent Democrat in the state denounced the action of that caucus in in measured Terma but their protests went for naught and the ungodly corruption lists who took charge at thut time Are stiff the dominant factors in the democratic party in Ohio. The merciless War that is being waged in the democratic ranks to Day is Between the Coal Oil and anti Coal Oil factions. The old line democrats fear hate and despise the Boodler and tally Sheet forgers of they do the Devil because with them they know there is no limit to crime. The Boodler and tally Sheet forgers Are again in the Field. They have charge of the machine and it is for that reason that the democrats who do not train with them have not the least Hopes of Success in Ohio this Lull. Take for instance the interview with w. D. Hill of Defiance published in numerous democratic papers in this Section of the state. He talks pleasantly about himself the policy of parties but thinks the strength of the enemy is underestimated by his party. Henry Boodle Payne was not the Choice of the democratic party for senator any More than the most Ultra Republican would have been. The representatives of the party were bought with the ill Begotten Gold thut had been filtered from the life blood of hundreds of industries that had been caught in the Standard off company compress and the shame of that act still goads the old line democrats Uke a Crown of thorns and they never lose an Opportunity to Bruise the head of the Anaconda. Influenced by the filthy Lucre of any Othi hand of corruption lists. If the republicans in the District will nominate that kind of Man he will be elected. I notice the democratic papers Are again at their old game of juggling figures and Are now attempting to show that the Anan Ciul administration of gov. Foraker does not ovine up to that of Hoadley one of the greatest failures in Tho history of the state. The democratic party Lins existed for Twenty five years through dishonesty trickery and knavery and it still clings to those evil like a Mother in Law. The democrats dare not make a fair comparison of figures or a statement of facts. It is not now nor never has been their policy to do such n thing. It has been Tho study of life time to deceive and All of their energies Are Bent that Way. When gov. Hoadley came into office there was Ansh balance of $300,000 in the state Treasury and when to went out there was a deficiency of $1, 500,000. The Penitentiary under Foster yielded a Revenue but during the two years that Hoadley was in office it run Over $200,-000 behind. The credit of the state became so impaired that 0 per cent Bonds could not be refunded at Tho rate he had approved 3.05 per cent per annul. Gov. Foraker was told immediately after his inauguration by gov. Hoadley that he did not see How Tho state would tide Over the Spring then ensuing without its obligations going to protest Tho state did not go to protest gov. Foraker was not the kind of a Man to allow any such thing. But on the other hand under his administration the Penitentiary has been paying expenses and the Cost of running the other state institutions has been brought Down lower than at any time since Ohio has been a state. The bonded debt of the state which amounted to $4,-220,229 july i 1886, including $2,250,000 6 per cent Bonds was refunded under Foraker into 3 per cent. Bonds and sold at a Premium that reduced the rate of interest to 2.72 per cent. Per annul. Again during his administration the interest account of the state has been reduced from $215,-ooo to $83,760, while indebtedness to the amount of $1,423,564 has been paid off. Certainly that is not a bad showing but there Are better things to follow. During his term of office gov. Foraker has been called upon to meet increased obligations for Public buildings and other purposes but despite All of that he will have met at the end of this year every demand and made up the deficiency of $1,500,600 that was left him when Hoadley went out of office and All of this without increasing the rate of taxation. Why should not republicans be proud of such a governor and Point with Pride to his administration ? the democratic purty has been blowing off and on with renegade Republican heifers Ever since it took up Horace Greeley and supported him for president and the result has been that the party is kept Busy explaining away mistakes and covering up evidences of its dirty work. Hoadley was a Republican who left his party to get office from the democrats and it is Given on democratic authority that his nomination for governor alone Cost him $50,000. His election Cost the people of Ohio a much larger sum than that but they Are Wiser now arid done to want any More democratic Fina Ciering for Many years to come. Gov. Foraker has Given the people of Ohio mag Nih cent service and his administration stands unequalled. Sunnyside of Paulding county. A Leonard hazels War or had 25 acres of wheat to Cut saturday last a or. And mrs. Coins master. Of Emerald lost their youngest child on thursday last. A attorney Johnston moved Bis fat cattle from Sunnyside to i 400 acre Chorine farm last saturday. A or. And mrs John Kuhn of Noble township Defiance county were the guests of mrs. J. W. Towle on Friday last a the recent Rains made a Good Many sunday harvesters in this neighbourhood. Most of those having binders could not use them a John Frederick of the Johnston farm snagged his foot very badly inst w Eek. He thought for a Little while a whole Fence rail had passed through it a the afternoon express going West a had a passenger aboard that should have been Lett behind Friday last the train backed up and let him off at Oakwood. A there will be a Large crop of Corn raised in Southern part of Paulding county. The Corn looks Well near Cecil and Paulding also. Benton township will take the cake this year a we hear that one of the merchants in Defiance made a Hying visit to Sunnyside in quest of missing tobacco from his grocery some time last week. Tiro parties were suspected one of them offering to pay for it. In. G. Johnston and wife visited their Sunnyside Tarm inst week. And during Tho next two weeks w til sojourn at their Charloe farm to assist in curing for their Hay Harvest there. Tho children expect to have a picnic. The firm of Thompson a rants Are now ready to make tile Aud will be ready to furnish Farmers by the Quantity by the last of August they claim Tho Clay used by them is of the Best Quality there being no Lime in it. We predict there will be More tile planted this fall and next Spring than have been in three previous years. Merit wins. We desire to say to our citizens that for ears we have been Helling or. King new discovery for consumption or. Kings new life Pill Ruck Lens a Arnica Salve and electric ritters Aud have never handled remedies that sell As Well or that have Given such Universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the Purchase Price if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their popularity purely on their merits. Colby St Scott s druggists. The democratic nominees for the legis lature this fall in those counties where n r 1> i their party has a majority who can arrangements for the g. A. R Encampment i which is to take place at Ney aug. 15th. Nowc Brand the crucial test they the Only reaper and Binder that was i wu1 be a ejected to by the right the Sherwood and Hicksville Post will meet the Post at Ney aug. 13th to make Defiance College. Defiance College the Best Normal and commercial College in the North West. A the fall term begins september 2nd. The finest buildings the Ablest instructors Tho most thorough and practical work and the Hest boarding Hall Iii the country. Terms $2.60 to $2.00 per week for Board furnished room and tuition. Send for new catalogue. No29-3ino. Farmer Center. Heart disease. If you get Short of breath have flattering Ade faint or hungry spells swollen pain in s _ a Ankles etc., you have heart disease and done to fall to take or. Miles new cure. Sold at n. G. Woodward a drug store. A a real estate agent at Tacoma w. T., claims to have paid $a�,�00 for postage Stamps last year. The great a. P. R. By m. P. Is meant Miles nerve and liver pals which regulates the liver stomach bowels Eta through their nerves smallest and Mildest a new principle a revolutionize samples free at n g Woodward s. Allowed to go into the Harvest Fields in this locality for the last r Days was the Armstrong machine. That brings Back to memory years gone by. A some of the Corn Fields Are in shape at the present time to afford plenty of sheep pasture. Some Farmers have already turned n. Corn will not be Over a crop if that in this Section unless the program is changed in the near future. An Iowa minister. Dear doctor i have tried your Medicine and believe that any one who is troubled with cough hoarseness or lameness about the Chest or lungs cannot Well afford to be without the White wine of tar syrup. Rev. G. W. Patterson. St. Charles la. Sold by Colby a Scott july Sharon sittings. A wheat is bldg harvested a miss Anna Hahn has been quite sick. A William Adams drives a new top i Peggy a mrs. F. W. Wei top was in Hector thursday of last we Etc Ltd a prayer meeting every sunday at Sharon at 4<b�?Tclock p. H. 1 a Conrad Doe Agos Bas three acres of the bests porn in this Vicinity. A Irena ice closed her school in Skiver District Friday of last week. A there was forty ton of Clover Hay made on John Doenges farm this year. A we. R. Mansfield bought a flock of sheep of his brother is o. Last week. Boualy indignant old liners have no Moro Chance of election than they have of being taken up Elijah like and carried away to a country of perennial Joys. A careful analysts of the character of the men who sold themselves to Payne showed that they were among the worst schemers in the communities where they belonged. Their quest was Money nor did they hesitate to grab what Ever they could get hold of. True it was not until their character and acts had been Analysed that it was discovered How deep Laid and disreputable were some of the schemes that they had curried out for in All of their transactions they aimed to retain Tho garb of decency but when the curtain was once drawn Back when they had stepped out in their True Light it was then discovered that in Selling out their constituents that that was of rely a repetition of a practice that had characterized All of heir Acta since they had commenced to take part in Public affairs. The Man who represents the Defiance Paulding District in the next legislature should be like Ceasaro a wife above suspicion. There should not have been one act in his life that would not meet the approbation of the people. There should not even be a Shade of suspicion that he will fall into the hands of Coal Oil Boodler and tally Sheet forgers or that his vote will be a a i scream at Farmer the kith inst a miss Madge Yeagley is visiting in ind. Al w. Wilder who was on the Bick list is improving. A Leon Chapman is building a Fine residence in Farmer. A a. L b glow will teach the Glendale school this Vinter. A Corn us a general crop looks kind of Sicky All Over the country. A a social dance at Fred Hutchins wednesday night the 24th inst. A quite a number of tile summer schools will close this week and next. A a. D. Everett and family attended the ice Cream festival in this place the 13th. A the Farmer religious society netted $23, at the festival held in this place the vat cd a John Stahl of Mark Center was in these parts last week a agent for be Book called the Johnstown horror. A the mls Hys Mainland Edna Britton were guests of mrs. Belle Bowker last week. The Young ladies hailed from Defiance. A we Are so fortunate in this township As to be the Happy possessors of the natural curiosity called the wife beater. Shame a Bev. Irving Chapman an old time Friend of Many of the residents of this place and brother of George Chapman was royally entertained by the Vanderbilt while in new York. Rev. Chapman is now a resident of the far West and a minister of wide repute. Many of his pupils listened to him when he occupied the pulpit in this place a few weeks since who attended his school years ago in this Vicinity. Paul pry. Children cry for pitchers Castoria. Logan. The wheat Fields Are soft for the use of binders Wea Barney and wife visited Defiance last saturday. De Stone captured a swarm of bees a few Days ago. A Aaron Hopkins and wife visited Edgerton last Friday. A Royal Hopkins spent last week at Isaac Rry a in Farmer township. A miss Ida Hartshorn commenced a term of school in the Crary District july 15. Or. And mrs. J. O. Rose of Hicksville visited in Milford a few Days lost week. Fred la Ooley a new Bouse is painted and looks Well. He has not moved into it yet red. Stone enumerated the school children in Tho Logan District lost Friday. He found 64 of school age. A. E. Cole of of Zero missed one of Hill Young horses last thursday and upon searching found it in the Woods pasture fast to a tree by its Tail. From appearance it Hail been there sometime. Last wednesday july 17. Or. And mrs. Lewis Cole attended a birthday Surprise party at we. Crowds in Mark township it timing grandma crowds 90th birthday. The old lady received quite a number of presents. A daughter from Fostoria was there also. There was a goodly number from that Vicinity present consumption cured. An old physician retired from practice having Bud placed in his bands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of consumption bronchitis cat Arr. Asthma and All Throat and lung affections also a positive Aud Radical cure for nervous debility and All nervous complaints after having tested its wonderful curative Powers in thousands of cases has Felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering Fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suffering i will Semi free of charge to All who desire it this recipe in German French or English with fall directions for preparing and using. Sent by mail by addressing with stamp naming this paper Vav. A Noyes us Potter Block hoc Henter n. Y. No46-e.o. powder absolutely pure this powder never varies. A Marvel of purity strength and wholesomeness. More economical than Tho Ordinary kind and cannot be sold in Competition with the Multi Tud of Low test Short weight Alum or phosphate no Milors sold Only in cans Royal baking powder co., loft . Soy

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