Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
20 Jun 1890

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20 Jun 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - June 20, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance gun unto Republican vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday. June 20. 1890. No. 27. Chas. E. Bronson s real estate Exchange Defiance. Ohio. 306-Ior Sale of Aero farm in Section so a Glaize township. Paulding county so Acron under cultivation Bood Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,600. 308�?for Sale 65 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 6 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price is Loo. 339 for Sale Corner lot at b. A o. Depot n Defiance desirably located. Price $76o. 348�?for Sale 40 acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price a woo. 362�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Delaware township. If sold soon will take $800. 361�?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 Chanco to secure a Good lot to build on. For Sale one of the Best farms in Defiance county. Leo acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres Lin tier 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. Cd o. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between so and 4th streets on Clin on. A Good paying investment. Price Only 5,000. J 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price $3,. 387�?for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price $1,200. 394�?for Sale so 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 Man. 396 Lear h near Holgate �5 acres cleared Frame barn a two Story Frame House Well under trained two open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price $7,2<>o, Cash $2,400. Call at once. 399-Forsale, 40 acres in Section 25, Delaware township on it. Wayne Road Price $22 per acre. Must be sold at once. 406 for Sale House and lot for $650, on easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?far Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware townships acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap.414�?$225.00 will Purchase a House and lot in East Defiance. Call at once. 412�?for Sale House and lot 6 rooms Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1500. 417�?for Sale lot is 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 fear 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. H. 6. Baker. Lawyer and loan agent. Defiance Ohio. No37 pilgrims letter. What a merry War it is. Some thought regarding the local democratic Democrat after the German. While my Friend Dobson of the Democrat hag been stirring up the democratic animal in the sixth congressional District by unguarded Babb Lement the strife among the bourbons for the local offices has waxed warmer and warmer. It has Long since passed the stage of Cherry red Aud is now at White heat. There is a finesse in the present canvass that is peculiarly striking. The fact that Tho world Bas known but one Joseph seems to have Over no some of the local politicians like an Avalanche and they Are now telling with varnished breaths a Story that was old when by Paul was using Landing Needle on Pagan Rome. When Grover Cleveland was accused by a democratic paper of being every thing else but a Good Man he had but one answer to make to his friends and that was to Tell the truth. The final result of that War would naturally Lead to the conclusion that a Good Many fallen Angels stood together that is of Grover was a fallen Angel. I am not interested in the methods employed in the present canvass. I have not even ten cents in vested in the band that is to March it the head of the procession. I have recalled the Cleveland episode that it might stand As a sort of danger signal a mild suggestion so to speak that if there is to be a wild untempered bombardment the Glass houses be fully armoured before the Battle opens up. The love displayed by Bourbon for Bourbon As they swing Lorn the same line would not strike a Man unfamiliar with the political methods of bourbons As being exactly heavenly or even commendable but to those who have been compelled to live next door neighbor to that sort of thing for Twenty five or thirty years it becomes an old old Story. True one cannot bar out the thought that it would be a Good thing if they might some Day sit Down and smoke a pipe at the Wake of this or that faction but democratic factions never die. However i did not Start out to talk so much about factions As to consider some of the features of the present Canvas. So far As i know All of the democrats who Are imbued with the idea that they should be chosen to fill this or that county office Are pleasant gentleman and Good neighbors. Some of them i feel quite sure Are not Queri Ilas Only when fighting the Republican party but Are not Able to hold in Check the Bush whacking propensities of some of their Foi Lowera that is unfortunate. Sometimes a Many a ambition is Lasso oed by one of his own followers and is speared to death by the other fellow before he can get rid of the rope that was cast by a Loving hand but governed in its flight by some unknown agent of disaster. After the prize to win while or. Raker though hustling for the place himself is burdened with doubt As to which one of his opponents is the dangerous Man. Whilo the cheerful vol cod hew gag Dyno mite booms and a few other articles not of common ase Only daring political Cam Palgon Are lending music to the Canvas for the probate judgeship the general Public is enabled to catch an occasional Echo from the Field where candidates for county auditor Are tearing no the turf. John Deindoerfer of the fervid wants the office so does a w. Huff and As Wyatt t. Hill has concluded to make the race for the third time it is presumed that he wants it also. Wyatt has made a Good auditor but he goes into the fight As Mort Cameron will have to go in of he concludes to make the race for clerk in the face of his party a declaration against a third term. Or. Hui is a Long beaded gentleman and he May have the strings so arranged that the Bun will Corno out of the oxen when he Pella time will Tell. Possibly the most amusing thing connected with this contest is Tho Dof Lanee Democrat s opposition to Dein doodler. John is a representative German and besides being an Able editor is one of the Best campaigners the democratic party Lias in the county. Some weeks ago the Democrat gave place to Tho report that or. Deindoerfer had Only Boon a Democrat since Issi. When the esteemed editors of the it of Socrat were offered an Opportunity to Correct that Story and Tell the truth they failed to take advantage of it and it is now generally supposed that they Are after the dutch with a pitch Fork. I know Deindoerfer to to about one of Tho meanest democrats in the county while his friends claim that he never voted anything else but a democratic ticket. The republicans Are amused lookers on at the Democrat s attempt to a Al Arrup the dutch by knocking out Deindoerfer. If it succeeds in knocking them out shelving Bill Hill and drawing and quartering John w. Canary of Wood county during this season it will have accomplished a great task and will be entitled to claim the democracy of Defiance county As its own to dance when it pipes to do its bidding in All things. Adams township.  �?opr0w&Quot Aro doing a great Deal of damage to the 00rn crop. A George Boltin purchased a horse of Eli Marckle consideration 130. 11�?William Snyder and sister Katie visited Hun by township last saturday and at Lemuel Hoadley so a family re Union last sunday John Knape and his daughter Ida will Start for Germany about july 1st. The latter is a consumptive and is going for ifs. Ii a Presa and health be with them. A we1 Honvo not heard of but one Snake Story this season it being of a Black monster 8 feet and 5 inches in length. Captured by William Snyder about one week ago. The Adams Ridge base Ball Elna is fast gaining ground and will in the near future be Stile to play a pretty fair game. The score was 18 to 3 1. A Jane Maddock visited her sister. Mra Vav i la ism Snyder last saturday and sunday. A Snyder bros., have their now tile oven under Way. Their masons Aro hustlers and win soon be done. A. L. L Arker will spend a Short vacation at Home. Bert Newell of Ridgeville visited his Cousin Warren last sunday. E. E. Root will nearly Complete his enumeration of census this week. A John iceman is Boring a Well at his tile Mill. Arthur Davison of Napoleon visited his parents on the Ridge last sunday. A August linthorst purchased a Champion Mower recently. A Lemuel Hoadley and wife visited in Defiance last sunday. To c Abbott is repairing the roads in this locality. A Eva Schwartzel visited sunday. A miss Rose Gleason and her Mother item at p. J. Schwartzel a last week. it is beat to be on the Safe Side. For want of a books books the Best assortment at or. Id. Scott a. Where you can find suitable books for a Friend come and see. Arthur. For some reason Tho Republican and Lii Keck has not been represented As should from this place Aud As it has the largest circulation of any local paper we will take the responsibility on oar selves to give the readers an occasional totter from this Corner. Our schools june 20th. Will close to Day Friday at Jewell last via _ or Nassa i pah Erti o Utah Ytry i tend to up your Tass elea Man Gwem we w cleanliness and neatness about a House Are necessary to insure Comfort. Man likes Comfort and if he can to find it at Home he will seek elsewhere for it. Good housewives know that Sapolio makes a House clean and happiness always dwells in a comfortable want cleanliness Comfort and happiness will be surprised at your Success beware of imitations. Keeps it Bright Home. Do you try Sapolio Switzer Brothers and praises the jewel a a i re Stock of general hardware nails Iron Etc paints and oils in endless vanity t a Vav after by the car Load. Spouting and roofing a Block Clinton Street. Defiance Ohio. 4 5 Switzer b bothers. If i remember correctly and i think i do the pulse of the democratic party last fall throbbed and beat like a runaway pile Driver As Bourbon orators moaned and sobbed Over the enormity of a third term. Their tears were scattered Over every township in the state As they Laboured to impress upon republicans what an awful thing it would be if governor Foraker should be re elected for a third term. They wore out their coat Tai s in the dust As they crouched and cringed and v hindered and whined before the intelligent voters of the state while the democratic Banshee knee sprung its Voo ii organs by Over loading its song with sorrow. What a season was that my countrymen i do not recall it now because i was opposed to the election of gov. Foraker but to show that it makes a cd Terance sometimes which of is being gored and to demonstrate that the average Democrat is As full of inconsistencies As the Miami canal is full of Bull Heads. Take the Case of the probate judge in this county As an illustration of How men some times Over shoot the Mark. So far As i can learn the present incumbent has made creditable official record. He is now wind lug up bus second term and is a candidate for a third time. He gives some Good Rea sons so his friends claim Why he should be re nominated and re elected. On the other hand h. G. Baker and his friends and c. E. Bronson and his friends Are opposed to Tho third term Rule. It does not matter what qualifications judge Bevington possessed it might be that his re Noel nation would be the Best thing for his party Bat that Point is not even considered in the contest and hence the republicans look with pity log eyes upon a democracy that is ripped up the Back like a wind shaken tree and two wings of a party that can not be made to Flop together. If the leaders of the democratic party had not raised such an outrageous cry against the third term Rulo last year judge Bevington could have gone after what he thinks rightly belongs to him without being handicapped. He May win the prize yet. His friends claim he will if he does his party will have gone Back on the record it made last year. If he does not and it is True As judge Bevington a friends claim that the nomination should come to him then his party is not excusable in making a record last season that would Force it to Slaughter a Good citizen and an excellent official this year. It is True the men Tho republicans must fight next fall at the Polis have not yet been chosen. I even imagine that there will be some who will object to what is said in this letter but i could not refrain from showing How the opposition will sometimes Rush in where Angels fear to tread and set dead Falls that eventually come Down and smash their own toes. It is a right merry jangle. While the bourbons in the East end Are trying to Corral All of the offices their Brethren in the West end sit idly by and hold the sack. If they would Don their War paint and push Frank Forlow or some other Good Man for county clerk they would make things hum in the convention. But the West end democrats seem to be Short on push at this particular season of Tho year. When the democratic leaders come to look Over Tho Field some weeks ago they discovered that they most have More time or else their slate would be knocked into a cocked hat and hence they fixed the Date for holding the county convention in August. That gives them More time to get the wine press of pain ready for the victims they have marked Down. They have a Large contract on hands. They want to name the nominees and expect to do that regardless of the third term role. When the Democrat gets its Collar on the germans and the democratic voters have had a third term Pill shot into them and the boys get tired of walking All Over Charley Bronson some thing is going to sit up on end and howl like a Wolf and that some thing will be an outraged democracy. What a merry War it is. A a a Nail Tho shoe was lost for want of a shoe the horse was lost for want of a horse the Man was lost and All for the want of a horse shoo if there is any burst mss where the import Anne of Little things is almost every Day forced on the attention that business is farming. Many a Farmer knows from sad experience what it is to lose some if not All of his crop not from bad weather but from a machine that looked Well in a warehouse but failed to work in Tho Field. The Best precaution against disaster in Harvest time is a Deering Binder or Mower. Bethel. To get a ii Ren ? Day w111 be observed at Bethel Church june 22d. A Isaac Hardesty received notice of reinstatement of pension with an increase. A meeting was held at Bethel school House thursday evening for the purpose of organizing a Farmers Alliance by w. F. Fleck of Antwerp county organizer. A a gentleman was in these parts from i Ort Huron mich., trying to organize an order of the patrons of Industry he did not meet with much Success. Or a Loh Morris mrs. Isaiah Bell and miss Josie Hardesty visited in Oakwood monday the guests of mrs. De. Daish and family. There were seven dances within a radius of four Miles week before last. There is n Good sight on Tho Heffner farm for a Backet stave Cutter. A Large lot of Cottonwood not lit for much else. Francis Grant has made several Square harrows for Kahlo bros., of i. Hance. Measles Aro Quito prevalent throughout this locality. A gee. 8, Morris has 20 acres of Rye that is about 8 feet tall. It is entirely too rank and will no doubt drop before Harvest m. Debald had a Bud smash up a week ago last saturday night on their Way from Oakwood. All were loaded. A new grocery with p. M., Geo. Moore behind the counter is Tho latest a the Farmers of Brown township met at owls nest one night recently to organize an Alliance but it was not a Success. Communion services were hold at this place last Munday week. There was no preaching lust sunday As Rev. Deck was at Antwerp. A Clark Randolph has a Dusty contract to the tune of is too grading on the Oak Wood and Melrose improved Road. Henry Hrak Loy is now soon on Tho streets with a bran new Corwin a Kiser buggy Hank talks of investing in a Span of steppers. Al. Varner and Lew. Oramell recently planted about ton acres of porn Between san set and san else. Children a Day will be observed at Bethel Munday june 22d. An interesting ram has been prepared. The Varner orchestra has been secured co furnish the music. Paper bangers begun work on Tho Interior of the Chapel tuesday of last week which will when finished add much to its appearance. Noble crossing. A we. Longsmith has a Fine lot of Wood out for the summer and Winter. Pm. I Baker has closed a six weeks term of school in District no. 4. He will have six weeks vacation and then teach six weeks again. A wheat Harvest in this Section will be pretty Short the wheat has turned out to be Cheet a John Moninger is Tho Happy father of a big girl baby. A Bain is what we want in this Section. Ii. Mosser caught some Nice fish tuesday night of last week. A the Chick bugs Are taking some of the crops in this Section. A protracted meeting is in Progress at Oak Grove but no Success yet. Of g. Long and w. H. Long arc trucking logs for John a. Long this week. Children a Day at Jewell. Munday evening june 8th, was children a Day at Tho Liberal u. B. Church at this place and a very pleasant time Wraa had. The Church was beautifully decorated surpassing in that respect most of the City churches. Great credit is due the committee mra m. Parker mrs. Ida Patton and Jno. Hull and also j. P. Weaver superintendent for their untiring efforts to make the Day a Success. It is to be regretted that Tho Church was not larger As Only about one third of the people Contd be seated. Every part of the program was carried out to perfection consequently it would to useless to make Especial mention of any particular one. Following was the program bring them in opening exercises song Madge Patton and Minnie Palmer c. E. Moorman song a Cha is corf by song Bev. A the stove peelers Are still gulling the it. .i1"ent comes from Good author banners of this Vicinity. They have Dis y Bill Kleinhen was Given a few hints posed of about 35 stoves in this May a a a a making a grand total of $2380. Locality Sunnyside of Paulding county. Are ripening. The dry shortened the crop but while on this subject another thought occurs Tome. When judge Bevington was up for a second term Chaa. E. Bronson came into the convention with fifty three vote the thing that puzzles the men who Are now opposed to both Bevington and Bronson is whether those votes should be taken As evidence of the judges unpopularity or of Bronson a popularity. It is a Fine Point and if they could determine it would know better How to carry on the War. As it is Bevington a friends Are laying claim to everything in sight Bronson is going strawberries weather has materially is but made them deliciously Sweet. Miss Mary Curseen our teacher visited her sister miss Helm of the Bojke school near Defiance saturday and sunday last mrs. Hoeffel of the West Ridge Adams township aunt to Charley Hoeffel is now a resident of Sunnyside occupying the farm of or. Hui Felt a. Three Young Chicken Hawks were recently captured by Jimmy Post on the Towle Larm from their nest at the top of a Large Elm tree. A on last sunday afternoon miss Helen unseen and mrs. J. Harper from near Defiance called on mra j. W. Towle. A a Fox attacked and lagged off to the Woods one of attorney Johnston a Fine turkeys a week ago. A or. Hammell is preparing to vacate the Snyder farm this fad. Gas. Intends to try railroading and mra bar men will move to her Home in East Defiance. A Samuel Burke of Tiffin township Deli. Ance county recently married and on a a firm inspection gave us a flying i. 8u�m7 looking up a Home nest Vve hear he found one near Sherwood the Wickerham farm. A or. And mra John Frederick of Bethel paid their old Home a visit and were guests of the writer last sunday. A a party of Young people from Defiance were visiting the suburbs of our Village last sunday on a hand car. Thursday last mra Webb of Alma. Michigan Aud mra Josiah Hill of Whites Mills eat strawberries with us. Mrs Webb has been in the Vicinity visiting old friends for the past two weeks. A Amad dog owned by John Thomas of West Sunnyside bit a cow two weeks ago. The cow has not yet shown symptoms of hydrophobia. Ike Heffner has been hauling quite a Large amount of lumber to Defiance this week. A mrs. Sutzer and two daughters of Defiance visited at Alfred Tubbs sunday. A Billy Rice and Charley White of Deal Lee were noticed in these parts monday. A a the song of the Frank Leslie a illustrated newspaper for the week ending june 14th contains the a song of the Steeple Quot written expressly for its pages by Monroe ii. Rosenfeld. Author of a with All her faults i love her this song is one of the most spirited Arni delightful which this popular composer has produced and it will be sure to find a very Hearty Welcome from All classes of people. The music is not difficult but full of inspiration. The song is illustrated and can Only be obtained As now publish in Frank Leslic s North Richland. On Tho a outside world Quot which has caused no Little comment and has put things in proper shape. Ernest Fuller of Oakwood is frequently seen Here. Says one is liable to Loso on three aces Ana a pair of jacks or a Royal hush. Of course it is not Safe to bet heavy on a game unless you Aro certain to win. Bas the old cleaned up Quot put Down Tho rebellion a and Blo. Henry Varner Musket that has put a double Load into it which will be discharged into the running gears of the thieves who make frequent raids on his Hen Roost the Pipper. A workmen Are engaged in remodelling the old grocery stand near the state dam. A childrens Day. Sabbath evening. June to at the m. E. Church at this place. A quite an excitement Here at present Over the arrival of a Saloon in our midst a or. And mrs. James Heatley. Of Garrett ind., visited with or. And mra we. Palmer recently. A miss Grace Woodward returned Home last monday week from Seward county Nebraska where she Bas been engaged in teaching school for nearly a year. A mrs. Gardner Dabney received the sad news a week ago last saturday of the death of her father or. Olnear residing near Cleveland. A the society of Young Peoples Christian Endeavor of Independence gave a social at the residence of l of Brancher wednesday june 18. Three township. Very mrs g. F. Ixo Rig of this place is ill by reason of being stung by Boos. A Samuel Der moved to Defiance saturday of last week. A Frank Long in trucking logs for John a Long. A protracted meeting at Oak Grove conducted by a lady. A we. Longsmith sold a Fine mule to William Bennett of Brunersburg last week. Rolf the song a by the school 0. E. Moorman song a Cha is worthy a by the school recitation a your children a Day a Ray Carpenter recitation a gathering of Gold a Fannie Conn recitation a Young heedless a Louis Raker Solo a pass under the Ella Parker recitation Quot my mothers Bible a Vinnie Carpenter recitation a a child a question Lizzie Baker recitation a i mean to to a Many Clayton Carpenter song a so fair a by the school recitation a no time for hating Emma Leach recitation a Little graces a Maggie Hull Anna Needles Ellafi Only Aud May Cameron recitation a not i not i a Robbie Weaver duet and chorus a the gospel of the Flowers Quot Ella Parker Ida Patton and chorus of children recitation a the wind and Leaf a Madge Patton recitation a Little Boll Burton Easly recitation Quot wait a minute a Ollie Tucker song. A by the River a Ella Parker Ida Patton Jno. Hull Frank Morse and Chaa Dabney recitation Quot come to the front Lucian Easly recitation a the pharisees prayer a Ida Patton recitation a thoughts of heaven a Maggie Hull recitation a better than sacrifice Susie Faulk recitation a Little pilgrims a Ella Moorman. Minnio Palmer. Blanche Moorman Madge Patton song. A Over the tide a mrs. Hen kens mrs. Ida Patton or. Hen Kins or. Prettyman and or. Hull recitation and song a the last hymn a Ida Patton and mrs Henkins. Miss Ollie Parker was organist on this occasion. One who was there. A Brander Matthews in a two letters a in harpers mama inf for july will Tell the Story of an attempted robbery of the Esse Uibo got company of British Guiana. A fabled tribe of White indians Quot who were supposed to be the last of the ancient peruvians a figure prominently in the narrative. A full Page illustration by Farny accompanies the Story in is a i i d i at 6 per cent. Interest on everybody knows Nina. That at this season the blood is filled with impurities the accumulation of months of close confinement in poorly ventilated stores workshops and tenements. All these impurities and every Trace of scr Fula Salt Rheum or other disease May to escaped by taking hoods Sarsaparilla the Best blood purifier overproduced. It is the Only Medicine of which a Aioo doses one dollars is True. Requires no boiling no cooking. Mellins food has Only to be dissolved in hot water and milk to make it ready for use. It is the i Coneen ration of nourishing properties and the Best food for Infante and invalids. 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. New White cd oods new a Oldale new pricesneweatt0018 a a carpets. Only b cents a Yard. Demoizes a new fabric g cents a Yard. Best line of dress satires at 12 l-2cente a Yard Ever shown in the City. Trade at the big lion store the1 finest Linn of new and he be goods in the City. 01harley�?Ts lion store

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