Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
6 Jun 1890

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6 Jun 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - June 6, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance it Nunulu a eau Lilian vol. Xxxiii. Chas. E. Bronson s real estate Etc linage Defiance , Defiance county Ohio Friday. June 0, 1890. No. 25. 306-for Sale go a re farm in Section so a Glaize township Paulding county 60 acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price 2,boo. 308-for Sale 65 acres in Section 7. Noble township. Defiance county Good buildings. Price $1,700. 1128 for Sale to acres in Section to. Mark township near Mark Center 6 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price la Loo. 339 for Sale Corner Jot at b. Let o. Depot n Defiance desirably located. Price $7bo. 348�?for Sale to acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price 1.600, 352 for Sale 40 acres in Section is Delaware township. If sold soon will take woo. A a 351�?for Sale 20 acres Oast of canal in Section i. Price $475. M363-for Sale. Lot 14 in Krotz addition to j North Defiance. Price $100. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. ,168 for Sale one of the Best farms in Defiance county Leo acres within two Miles of the corporation Lino to acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Ofiu Sifi county Frame House two stories 32x60 rect 20 acres in wheat. Price per acre with half Cash a reduction of to per acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain i a r 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 and and 4th streets on Clin on. A Good paying investment. Price Only 6,000. 3t0�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property x Nee Fri too 387-for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price $1,200. 394-for Sale so acres in Section 1$, Defiance township 70 across under plow Good ii it All tiled and Iii Good shape. I Rice $3,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. A for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co frigate 06 acres cleared Frame Barr 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 26, Dela Ware township on it. Wayne Road. Price $22 per acre. Must be sold at once 406�?for Sale House and lot for $660. On easy payments in South Defiance.407�?far Sale 40 acres in Sec. 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. To 4�?225.00 will Purchase a House and lot in last Defiance. Call at once. 412�?for Sale House and lot 6 rooms Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1500. 417-forsale.lot85 in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $250, 419-for Sale lot 15. Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. Carriage at 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 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. The passing of a Democrat a a the old order Chang eth. Yielding place to new and god fulfils himself in Many ways lest one Good custom should corrupt the world. Comfort thyself wha Comfort is in me i have lived my life and that which i have done May to within himself make pure but thou if thou shouldst never see my face again. I Ray for my soul. More things Are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of. Wherefore let thy voice Rise like a Fountain for me night and Day. For what Are men better than sheep or goats that nourish a Blind life within the brain if knowing god they lift not hands of prayer both for themselves and those who Call them Friend for so the whole round Earth is every Way bound by Gold chains about the feet of god. But now Farewell. I am going away v Bere Falls not Hail or rain or any Snow nor Ever wind blows loudly but it lies deep Moa dowed Happy fair with Orchard lawns and bowery hollows crowned with summer sea. There i will heal me of my grievous Defiance. Ohio. No37 h. G. Baker. Lawyer and loan agent. A Thrift is is. V Good Revenue it sap0uo Resu irs to cleanliness an Lrisa solid try Din your next House , Happy looking out Over the Many Homes of this country we see thousands of women wearing away their lives in household Drudgery that might he materially lessened by the use of a few cakes of Sapolio. If an hour is saved each time a cake is used if one less wrinkle gathers upon the face because the toil is lightened she must be a foolish woman who would hesitate to make the Experiment and he a churlish husband who would grudge the few cents which it costs. This is the season of the year when the cheerful candidate a gets a move on himself a a As the saying goes and makes frequent excursions Down into the Rural District to see his cousins aunts and other relations. He is always on business he takes a trip or two Over All of the sheep paths in the country and by the time the first two weeks of his expedition has been consummated he has a fairly Good map marked out and has located the centers that will give Bim the heaviest vote in the convention. Of course Many of the men he is counting on Are held by cords As delicate and tender As a thread from the loom of the spider but very happily the unsuccessful candidate never discovers that fact until Tho Battle is Over and then he sees what Gauzy nets he has spread that his Bear traps have in the main been set on deserted run a ways and that the average Man is in political times More unreliable in his promises than the Boss weather Prophet at Washington. Of Tho democratic party in the District w. B. Dobson editor of Tho Defiance Democrat said in a recent interview that John w. Canary a prominent Democrat of Wood county could not have Tho democratic nomination in this District because he contributed to the defeat of w. D. Nill. This open warfare among loading democrats in the District has alarmed the out Side leaders and hence comes the constant warn ing to the democracy to be careful what Man they choose for their Standard bearer every Waterproof Collar or cuff that can be relied on Grot to sput be up to the Mark Grot to Discolour bears this Mark. Trade Mark. Needs no laundering. Caw be wiped clean in a moment. The Only Linen lined Waterproof Collar in the Market. The democrats have fixed the time for holding their county convention August 9th and already there is heard the Clatter of innumerable hoofs As Bourbon War hoi ass Rush Over the bars to reach the open country. The coming convention promises to be a unique affair. The preliminary Horn blowing would indicate that when the full orchestra is let Loose that the Good people of Defiance county wont hear exactly the same kind of music that charmed the shepherds on the morning of the nativity. The attempt is to be made so it is intimated to set the Defiance Democrat s big table leg on the tails of a Good Many Lions tigers bears and other quadrupeds and it is Safe to predict that Tho note Book of the prothonotary who will be secured to gather and preserve the records of the meeting will closely resemble a Balkan War map. In the language of a Well known philosopher that will be an occasion when the elements will defy mastership and the pleasure will take a turn at the Crank of the Organ itself. Of course history would not be Complete without some record of the gorgeous democratic convention but it almost surpasses belief that men whose thoughts touch the Public fancy like a live electric wire would get to rambling around among the Brambles with the festive horse fiddle trying to flush Holland pheasants As game for politic d czars with Long bows. I would think it strange because it is a historical fact i hit men who go on such quests Are liable to strike ice bergs As High As the Clouds and As deep seated As the Axle tree of Tho world. The times of the auditor probate judge clerk of the court prosecuting attorney and one commissioner expires this fall. The present incumbents of the auditor and probate judges office Are said to be candidates for re election. It is rumoured that the present clerk of the court will make the canvass for a third time. The present prosecutor is not a candidate and will Likely be succeed by James Wood. Or. Karst commissioner is serving his first term and according to the old Moss Back Rule will be re nominated without opposition. Tho storm Center will in All probability be Central Over the auditor and probate judges office until after the convention is Over. Some of the Ablest men the democracy have in the county Are making the race for these places. Just whose Cross Cut saws will take places along the Walls of the political wigwam with the Bow of Uncle Ned a fiddle and other sacred relics it is hard to predict. Some must that is sure. When they Are numbered and placed on the Walls it will be Ficq then to place inscriptions on them and deck their Heads with crepe. The manse of this state of affairs can be traded directly to two a Impala or. Or boo Tynan was elected both times. It is stated that if w. D. Hill does not run. Representative Donavan of Henry county stands a Good Chance for the nomination. If Hill does no to in it is pretty generally believed that Hill will re Hill done More hard work for Cal. Brice while to was seeking the senator ship than any one Man in this Section of the state and i think when the t to comes it will be found that the Bra be influence is Back of him and that if Hill is not nominated he will name Tho Man and that will not Aid in Clearing up the compile it ions that now exist in the democratic parly. I think a Republican will be elected from the sixth District this fall. I think or Boothman can be elected of he seeks Tho nomination. I think this paper named a Man several weeks ago Hon. J. P. Cameron who can be elected. I think several other Good Mon who have be n named can be elected and the Only apology i have to offer for prefacing this letter with a quotation is that it was suggested by a Friend As boing a mighty Good thing to put into the Mouth of the next democratic nominee because he would surely have to travel away after the Battle next fall to heal Tho Grievious wound of defeat. Sherwood and Vicinity. A the Council passed an ordinance to have property owners on Pearl Avenue put in a sewer. Also a sewer near c. I. Hartshorn a. No other business Council adjourned to meet monday evening june 7th, at 8 v. Ii a ens Ebins Roff started out to take the census of Delaware township last monday Juno 2d. Delaware township has about 1700 inhabitants it being about the largest township in numbers of any in the county and will keep a Man hustling to take the census in the time allotted. A mra homers Bister of mrs. E. G. Palmer very agreeably surprised the latter last tuesday by arriving there with the intention of making a visit silo lives at Englewood 111., w Hen at Home. Her woodies generally entertain their friends royally and we know tiffs will be no exception. A this Issue of the Exi Miksh will to delivered at the new office. The following letters remain uncalled for in the Post office at this place Mattie Alexander mrs. John beam mrs. Lottie Welling Authur Hills my e. Wattles c. E. White. The above letters Are advertised in weekly list a the time allowed for property owners on Harrison Street to put Down Side walks is very limited. The roads being so bad that it was an impossibility to get lumber from the country. This however is no excuse a the walks must be Down by the loth of june or Council will have the Job of Selling. The old wooden Bridge across Sulphur Creek in the corporation was torn away on decoration Day and the Mason work commenced for the Iron Bridge which Tho county commissioners Are building. The Bridge will Cost nearly $ >00. The Creek is crossed by a temporary Structure East of the Road bed. A Farmers in this Vicinity Are leasing their farms to Oil men. John Huff Jacob Core and Emanuel Miller have signed leases. The lease Given by John Huff is for a straight year. J. Al Sanders near Delaware Bend ii is also leased ii is farm there ought to be plenty of Gas found if surface Gas is any indication. A the Burtle circus was Here and As usual it was accompanied by numerous fakes and three shelled games. Several persons were taken in. Horne Talent was employed to Decoy people to Chance their games and Many people were roped in in this manner who under different circumstances would have abstained. A or. Johnson Miller has been very sick. For the past week. Haemorrhage of the lungs and an excruciating pain in the head caused by a gunshot wound received during the late unpleasantness makes the illness. Or. S. P. Shook has also had a very severe time of sickness but is slowly convalescing. J. G. Heiber is Able to walk about out doors. Or. William Heiber received a dispatch last saturday morning from his sister Emma who jives at Kendallville Ina announcing the death of her husband on Friday last. They were married about 18 months and were keeping House at Tho above named City he working in the foundry. Or. Heiber started for the scene of affliction within an hour after its receipt. South Tiffin. A Frank Houcks new House ii completed. 1 a be was largely attended last thursday. A Henry and George Miller spent sunday last in Paulding j any in Ster Stock of Independence spent sunday at Home. A. Nov Bath gives lessons on the violin to several parties Here. Joseph Wober has Henry Shultzz a new House Well under Way. A Orlando la Partee is engaged in buying hogs for the Eastern Market dope it Partee moved their saw Mill Tho latter part of last week. A social dance at in Mol Honda s last thursday evening. A Bra Alshouse was visiting friends and relatives in this Community last week. A Valentine Shondel or Jewell made this locality a business Call last Friday. A ii. Nender Hauser sold his Norman Colt i Etc to John Brenner consideration $ my. A singular but Tho weather failed to come up to the. Prot diction of the weather prophets on decoration Day. A Martin Burwell and la Neaderhauser Etc ii purchased a number of Hereford Cattie at the Leseuer cattle Sale. Freddie Stock had the misfortune to break i Collar Bone while Tus Selling with 8 bigger Man. He is now doing Well. The quarterly meeting at the Salem Church last sunday was Well attended. Rev. A. Gist the eminent divine of Waterloo iud., presiding. A Frank l. Miller Anil Henry stutter have the contract to furnish the Stone for the abutments of three new Bridges that Are to be built in this township a the eminent divine Rev. J. W. Lilly or. And mrs. Peter hares and John Stover and wife attended Tho funeral of a relative at West Unity last sunday a in Tho Ayersville items of this paper some time Ainee it was incorrectly reported that Rev. Al l Snyder of Decatur id had Over $100 stolen from him it was Only about $10. A Frank Reid and Eva Henderson both of this Community were married on tuesday May 2< the. The methodist minister from Bryan officiating. We join with numerous friends in congratulations. Buu be curtains Wall paper curtain Wall paper curtains. W All paper prices. All prices All a Mhz my Mem Yaj j 1. Scott drug store Cor. Clinton and third its. Washington township. A Peter Miller is afflicted with in abscess. A p. Crago and son will Start for the West next week. A Fine weather last week for Farmers to get in their Corn. A a by Don t Homo Ono work for the erection of an elevator. Ayersville. Ano i it Sepe wedding wedding Bells were chiming last thursday evening Tor it was Tho occasion of the marriage of s. W Burke and miss Devin la deeps both of this immediate Vicinity. At 8 30 r. The ceremony was performed at the residence of the Bride s parents by Rev. Dunlap the u. B. Minister and a two hearts joined together beat As b. F Keiler Uffre and miss Nettie Deepe were the respective attendants of Groom Aud Bride. After the ceremony congratulations were extended. Then the invited guests nearly fifty in Timber feasted at Tho Bountiful repast that was served. There was a sound of revelry by night Aud Belgium a capital had gathered Thoro her Beauty Aud her chivalry a but hark a deep sound strikes like a rising Knell. Did be not hear it no a tis but the shot guns Distant Boom. And there was hurrying to and fro. And whispering with White Lins. Tho foe the foe they come they Como. And they did come in martial array. One Seventieth of seventy thousand Strong. Then the rattle of musketry and beat of drum and shrill alarm hounded. But their warlike ardor ended at sight of cigars and refreshments of which they partook and then retreaded. It wan a highly enjoyable a Fuir to those present miss Linda Miller furnished some excellent music in the evening and at a late hour the guests retired wishing for Many More such occasions. We to n with numerous friends in wishing them every happiness in their Voy age of life. The following Are the presents Pickle dish Clara Fingle Silver knives and Forks mrs. E. A. Clay Etta Deepe. Mrs j. W. Deepe Nettie Deepe celery bowl Lotta Miller cake stand mrs. J. W. Engle water Pitcher Matilda und Dora Burke Jelly bowl Sophia Miller photograph album. The Model clothing House of Defiance Coffee Mill and water Pitcher Cora Burke Tablecloth or. And mrs. Bummel of Jewell set of China Ware Arthur Diehs of Defiance lantern John Burk Woodfox Phil Armour a co., of Chicago in China fruit dish Emma and b. F. Keller ire table cloth and half dozen napkins mrs Mary a bunt pair table cloths Wilbur Rommel and wife Silver butter dish or. And mrs Eli Markle Mirror Brush Truy and Catchall or. J. H. Neaderhauser set of glassware and pair of towels g. W. Burk a born last week to or. And mrs. Charley it it ulker a son. A it All doing Well. A there was no min decoration Day. Made the third time in 2. I years. A ordinance meeting last sunday evening at the lick Creek Bethel Church. A a. Ii. Weber finished putting Tho slate roof on Riley mocks barn last week. A Quito a number or cows from ibis Sec mon1 were taken to Bryan last saturday for e. Post Oil w. Coy and Riley mock had a car Load of slate delivered to Triem for the r own Benefit a mrs. Ii. J. Kylo was called to Sherwood last saturday to see her father Johns. Mil Ier who is sick. The rats arc numerous in this Section of the country. Jacob Snyder had 15 Young chickens killed by them one night last week. A Tho trustees of this township Are Likely to have a Chance to attend court at Deli Alice concerning Tho cemetery they con traded for. Rho singing by Tho m. K. Choir on dec oration Day was very Fine. Rev. James Floyd delivered an appropriate address for the occasion. A i Honey Cornet band rendered some Fine music on Tho 30th. Or. Cumings from near Bryan is Leader. The boys Tiro All doing Fine for new beginners. A Tho Section Boss of this division of the Mackinaw Railroad moved hts family to Ney last week. Tho company has made Throe divisions Between Bryan and Sherwood. Several Sherwood ites were Down at the town House last saturday in regards Tuffe division of the territory by Tho township Board. No quorum being present the time spent was lost Strong talk of extending the Oor a Quot Uprate Board does not take notion to limits Aud if Tho township a a right the injustice to some tax payers who now have two Miles and could be arranged to Ono mile. Of extend the corporation by All Means. A child killed. The celebrated Defiance Wagon m o o a Xmas she w Tel Tel a word to our friends #fideai?r85yj the Hest Wagon in the world for the Money $45.�?� if you want losl8/1 ce�?T5� to Peter Dickman the old and reliable manufacturer. He has w is for years 1111 1 18 known use the Best of material and to employ none debt workmen. If you Are Wise you will certainly Call and see his in by elsewhere. His new style neck yokes the Best safest and is 735. Market and a so his a Daisey double Trees a goes with each double Trees Are the Best that Are made and no matter How Large or not Munif a unsteadily or True to pull the team that is hitched to them they will # a Ike wagons Are easy running and one or More of them should be on sol s no a a Over it Hka to Ltd Lek a a work Noah by North Defiance near Burgland amp Sheads factory a the one thing Over Topping local politics at the present time is the situation in the sixth congressional District Tho democrats have called their convention for june 25th in this City. The boys have been Rosinina up their hands preparatory to the tug of War for some time. The Toledo Bee has been issuing numerous warnings that although this was a democratic District the democrats would not have a walk Over. Several weeks ago the Bee s Washington correspondent pulled Hon. A m. Boothman Over the wheel and attempted to show that in making his appointment in the District he aimed to Des stroy ail prospects of a Republican Victory. This does not sound Well coming from a sainted Bourbon Sheet and would indicate that the trouble with tile democratic leaders in the Northwest is not seated in the bowels of compassion. Or. Boothman probably made some appointments that were not satisfactory to All what congressman has not but the facts still remains that he is one of the Ablest members of the Ohio delegation. He has been a hard worker and has served the people of this District Well the allegation that in his appointments Boothman sought to weaken his party that he might retain the glory of the claim that to was the Only Man that could capture this democratic District is a libel. What Boothman did do was to in a great measure break the Power another child killed by the use of opiates Given in Tho form of soothing syrup. Why mothers give their children such deadly Sison is surprising when they can relieve 0 child of its Peculiar troubles by using or. Ackers baby soother. It contains no opium or morphine. Sold by n. G. Woodward. Utter dish Cora Markle pair towels or and mrs. F red Keller ire pair of vases s. W. Needer fuser cuke stand and Mustard cup a. J. Burk Sec of butter plates John w. Engle fruit dish Linda Metier Mustard cup miss Nora Keller Ter looking Glass and comb Box or. Aud mrs. John Mccomb a fruit dish Henry rum Melland Bertha hire. Communicated. A report of school in sub District no. 6, which closed May 23d number of pupils enrolled male 14, female 21 total 35 average Dally attendance male 13, female 18, total 31 average per cent of attendance male 93 per cent female 95 percent total 04 per cent names of those attending every Day boys. Ora Beiderwell Ira Beiderwell Elmer Beider Well pm red line Brink to Huffe Peter girls he Rah Stock Phebe Stock. Earn est a. Hall teacher. Aoi Ucola. Modern discoverers. What Bell and Edison Ara to Tho Telephone and electricity says the Pittsburg avio or Franklin Miles Tho Well known specialist in nervous diseases is to Tho nervous system and nerve fluid. Among his numerous discoveries his restorative Nervine is undoubtedly one of the greatest. It is unsurpassed in nervousness dyspepsia headache epilepsy neuralgia backache Melun Choli sleeplessness change of life Etc. Free trial bottles of it May be had of n g. Woodward druggist and also or. Miles new Book on a new and startling f acts for the afflicted. Every one should read this very interesting instructive and finely illustrated Book. A Tho month of Flowers has Conte. A Quito a Good Deal of Corn is to he planted yet. A of 8 Gaylord made u flying trip to Cleveland last week. A i Here will to abundance of berries of All kinds this season. A Gaylord of Cleveland spent sunday with relatives in this Vicinity. A or. Beader a former teacher of the school spent sunday with de. Kusian and wife. Or. Ii. Hill after several weeks of sickness is at in to be out again. Glad to see his face lignin. A notwithstanding the wet weather of lost month the wheat grass and things in general look Good. A children a Day was observed at Ayers Riffo on sunday. In the evening a Large congregation assembled about 30 minutes before the time to begin the exercises but wailed patiently until the appointed time. A Tine program was rendered. After which a collection was taken Wiloh amounted to $3.40. A decoration Day was Well observed on last i Raduy. The people were called into line at 8 of clock a. M., and then with a a Leady March they proceeded to each cemetery to do Honor to Tho nations Noble dead. They came with wreaths and chaplets of Flowers. In the afternoon a Large congregation assembled at the m. E. Church and listened to an address by cant. Condo. Of Mansfield Ohio who did nobly. A a Large congregation assembled sunday at 10 30 a it., to listen to the Sermon on the j Ruus figuration text Luke 9th, 29th. And As he prayed Tho lash on of his countenance was altered and his raiment was White and outline of the Sermon the object or end of Tho transfiguration found 1st in Christ 2d in Tho heavenly world 3d in his disciples 4th in ail Ages. The Spring Medicine. Tho popularity which hoods Sarsaparilla has gained us a Spring Medicine is wonder tul. It Posch ses just those elements of health giving blood Purl Vinland appetite restoring which everybody seems to need it tills season. Do not continue in a Dull tired unsatisfactory condition when you May be no much benefited by i Hood Skar apart in. It purifies the blood and makes the weak Strong. Children cry for Pitcher s cantorial highest of All Iii Leavening Power. A u. S. Ooval report aug. 17, i88< baking powder absolutely pure ii. I i la r a corns and bunions May be removed by paring the in Down closely As possible without drawing blood then soak them in warm water to sol Cen them and apply chamberlains pain Balm twice Dally rubbing them vigorously for ten minutes at each application. A Corn plaster should be worn for a few Days to protect them from the shoes As a general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and rheumatism. Fain Balm is All that can be desired. For Sale by j. I. Scott. June j a my customers have been using chamberlains cough remedy for several years i and will have no other kind. The reason j is because it can always be depended upon 1 is Quick in its actions and perfectly Safe. I or. R. I i t. John Howland to. For Sale 1 by j. L Scott. June at 6 per cent. Interest on i Beal mate Security 2sto Lile be iit3"crie-2>tcje 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. at Harley a lion store. Now White goods new embroideries new Cali Coes new settees new Gingham new zephyrs new Silks new dress goods of All descriptions in All the newest and fashionable shades bargain sin new goods. Lowest prices newest styles. Carpets. Carpets. We have just opened our new carpets. Ingrain body Brussels tapestry velvets Etc. Lace curtains and new rugs Mats Etc. All Tho new things in dress trimmings Vandyke Points Etc., now opened. N0w itching new ribbons. Great bargains in Wash goods. Shallies Only 5 cents a Yard. Demoizes a new fabric 6 cents a Yard. Best Lino of dress satires at 12 l-2cents a Yard Ever shown in the City. Trade at the big lion store. The finest line of new and goods in the City. Harley a lion store

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