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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - March 7, 1895, Defiance, Ohio S Ingle copies 5 cents. Defiance Republican $1.50 per annul. Established 1857.Defiance. Ohio thursday March 7, 1895. Vol. . 13 Poe it especially Pis Opett Call at this office. I am always ready to show parties land in this Paulding counties free Cost. Now is your time to Purchase improved unimproved lands at a bargain. We. E. Moll a a satins Gyst i Defiance. Ohio. A called at i p. In. Monday with judge Snook the Bench. Reading the civil docket. The grand jury empanelled and sworn. J. F. Crandall and Asa Oberon appointed court fairly heavy docket to be considered this term. Common pleas court was called . I p. In monday by judge w. H. Soonk. This was the first term county court z la 6ut and slashed prices Cut $4.50 and $5 hand sewed Cork sole shoes to $3.69. $6 hand turned and $6 Patent leather shoes $4.89. $3 and $3.50 Cork sole shoes $2.69. $5 and 6 hand sewed Cordovan and Kangaroo shoes $4.49, for the next 30 Days a 4gg Oil Tojo St. A in inter a entertainment. A sound argument. Will Schrack please elucidate ? sheriff Tuttle. Great value weekly news for Little Money. Of the world Foh a trifle. A Twenty Page journal is the leading a publican family newspaper the United states. It is a National a nil v paper and gives All the general news the United states. It gives the events foreign lands in a nutshell. Its a a agricultural department has no Superior in the Coil itry. Its a a Market. Re ports Are recognized authority separate departments for a toe family Circle a a your Young folks and a science and its a Home and society columns command the admiration wives and daughters its general political news editorials and discussions Are comprehensive Brilliant and exhaustive. A special contract enables us to offer this splendid journal and the Republican express a for a since the election sheriff a. Tuttle and he assisted in the opening ceremonies in a becoming manner. The order under the arrangement for assignment cases was Call All civil cases subject to reassignment motion docket and cases determined in their order. The members the grand jury drawn for this term Are As follows d. C. Meek Henry Brecker John Dane Abram Coy Jacob Miller Henry Miller James Britton Adam Munsel e b. Mix,1 George Trakht Deputy sheriff Crandall. One year for Only $1.75, Cash in Advance. The regular subscription for the two papers is $2.50. Subscriptions May begin at any time. Address All orders to the Republican express. Write your name and address a postal card Send it to Geo. W. Best room 2, Tribune building new York City and Sample copy the new York weekly Tribune will be mailed to you. George Casebeer a. L. Ridenour f. W. Ury John Marshall and e. Mallets the court bailiffs named for this term Are Deputy sheriff j. F. Crandall and Asa Teberan Tiffin township. The grand jury was Impan eled at 3 clock sworn and charged by the court. E. Mallett this City was sworn As Foreman the grand jury. The gentlemen drawn As Petit jurors and who will be called later Are As follows f. N. Horton t. In. Motherspaugh Adam Christoffel John j. Crane John Schrack editor the Crescent and record an alleged reformer whose occupation is and has been for the past five years to seek to build up a sort doth wheel newspaper in Defiance by seeking to destroy the business his contemporaries should have business sense enough left to try to protect his own hide. He has been howling a Good Deal late about cheap Legal rates. We kindly Call his attention to the Able and Wise reasoning a journalist a gentleman and a scholar the Hon. J. Q. A. Campbell Bellefountain there is perhaps no business where there is uniformity rates. It is an impossibility. The merchant and the grocer sell one class goods at i per cent profit another class at to another class at 25, and another at too. This difference is not arbitrary but reasonable not Only fixed but unchangeable. The merchant could no More reduce his higher rates to a level with his lower rates and live than he could raise the lower figures to the higher rates and retain his custom. If he should make a rate horizontal with the lower figures he would soon have to close his doors because his profits would not pay his expenses. If he should make a 50 per cent 25 per cent horizontal rate he would have to close up his business for Lack patronage. The Chance customs the commercial world and Good and Suffie ent reasons have made these differences in rates and the dealer can neither ignore nor change them the Public could not afford to pay 25 per cent profit Staple goods because they consume so Many and they Are a necessity to them. The dealer can sell them at i 5 per cent profit because he can sell so Many and can turn his Money so often during the year. But perishable goods goods that sell slowly goods that people will buy leave alone luxuries and other goods he must make a Good pro upon he cannot afford to carry them. A amp u is with the merchant and the grocer so it is with the publisher he buys a newspaper. He finds a difference in the Price its commodities. He can make them uniform by reducing them to a horizontal level but it will be at the Price ruining Bis business he can find the horizontal level by raising his commercial rates to a level with his Legal rates but he will lose his commercial advertising by the venture. He finds that custom founded Good reasons has founded a average rate that he must adhere to greatly damage his business he seeks the reason for a difference in rates and perhaps cannot find it except in the fact that he and others must abide by the customs rates prevailing in his profession. Yet he will soon find a reason for the higher Price Legal ave using in the fact that it is limited in its character in Intel sting to the general Reader limited in its advantages to a very few must be very carefully executed and is the most costly in its composition. Cutting its Price will not increase its volume and thus make up by a greater amount the loss in Price. But with commercial advertising the publisher finds that lower rates will increase the volume advertising and will encourage advertisers to run up larger Bills moreover their advertising matter is interesting arid often profitable to his readers generally. A sensation. A citizen Defiance arrested it Wayne. In m. A Kirschner a Printer this City was in it. Wayne Friday and while there was arrested a warrant sworn out by cabs. D. Tillo manager the it. Wayne newspaper Union. It appears that . Kirshner has been doing business with the be. Wayne House and owes them some Money according to his Story . Kirshner visited the newspaper Union for the purpose buying More goods which he claims he did buy and paid them spot Cash. After leaving their place . Kersh Ner was arrested at about four clock and taken before m. B Jim a Justice the peace where he was searched rom head to foot. They took from him a watch and Chain what change tie had in his pocket and the goods he had purchased and paid for. He was released at 6 clock and told tit to his train. They return de him his Railroad ticket. It is understood that . Kirschner has consulted attorneys and proposes to go to it. Wayne monday to commence action against the authorities oppression under color office. Tue cull Ken a Home. Texas Mexico Aud California. The Wabash Railroad in connection with the St. Louis Iron Mountain amp Southern railway texts amp Pacific railway International amp great Northern Iai Road Aud Southern Pacific railway known As the Only True Southern route has placed in service a through first class sleeping Cir Aud tourist sleeping car leave Chicago Daffy at 10 50 a. In. Via St Louis to Little Rock Malvern hot Spring. Justin san and Uio Laredo where a direct con Section is made with through sleeping car for the City Mexic Elpaso l its angles and san Francisco. This in the Only Fine from Chicago which can offer this excellent service. Call write to any ticket agent the Wabash connecting lines for printed matter showing time route rates description cars Etcor c s. Crane g p. Amp t ast. Louis mo., and f a. Palmer asst. A p. A. 201 s Clark St., in Imago ills. Snow in the South. How it was in new Orleans Mardi gras Day. Mrs. F. S. Bowlby this City who went to new Orleans to witness the Mardi gras carnival there seems to have been followed South by grim Winter. While in new Orleans mrs. Bowlby was the guest mrs v. Gilmore late this City late mrs de. Weisenberger. Mrs. Bowlby writes that during the Mardi gras season in that City that Snow fell there several inches in depth. Many the people had never seen Snow and it caused great merriment and much excitement some the natives becoming so intent Snow Balling the motor men the Street cars that the police had to make several arrests. To. For Tho sunny s oath i Low rate exc nun March 5th, via c. H. Amp d b. All eyes Are turned to the a sunny with the new England Mill moving to a a Dixie a land a with mime is item Fri udoies fac Otlea and la get manufacturing plants migrating Kern the North to t be soul a the eyes the Astel asked North Are drawn t this favored country. On March 5th the Cincinnati Hamilton Aud Dayton will run one its Low rare Excursus at one fare for for the round tilt. To Points in Alabama Florida Aud i it exigia. In these three states ticket Viline sold to All Points North and a a it Aud including Augusta b ant re Eufaula Mont Glt onery River Junction Points in Kentucky South and including Richmond j Anotia City n a tons Ville Elizibet Tovo l uis Aua to new leans and it Points the i. C. And y. Amp m. \ r by. To All p ours in Mississippi North and South Carolina and Tennessee. To Points a Virginia South and including he line the c. A o., through Gor Onsville. For tic ate and full info nation Call address your near St c h. Amp d tick f agent address court Bailiff Oberon. Id b Sarvis j. W Leach George n. Shaz j. A. Hires John Blosser w. R Mansfield and r. A Houghton. Roy c. Gasser the official stenographer in this sub District is in attendance at court having come to the City this morning with judge Snook. The Republican express with its usual Enterprise is Able to give a Good likeness sheriff Tuttle and the court bailiffs who were turned Down by the late 9ircuit court in this City. Probate court. Albert Mattocks and Emma link have been licensed to wed the probate judge received notice a prominent citizen. Writes a card to the Republican express that is startling in its character. Following is a communication handed us by a prominent citizen and Christian gentleman which we publish in full. The sunday graphic yesterday published an article concerning the out rage a Young lady in this City. If the graphic knows the matter to be True it ought to publish the names the parties. If this paper was in Possession positive Evi Deuce it would not hesitate to unmask the whole business fathers and mothers Defiance. For a number years a certain set Young men have sought every device possible to accomplish the ruin Young girls. The favorite Mode was to have them drink a Little wine but in the wine liked the Demon As some thing stronger had been added so As to cause intoxication. When once intoxicated they would accomplish their hellish purpose and ruin the body and soul their victim. The Good people Are startled at the report Well known bloods having ruined a Young girl Good family lately. This ought to be stopped i one these Voung men should be in the every father and Mother should make it his her business to see the prosecuting attorney and insist that the facts Are Laid before the grand jury that indictments and prosecution May follow what say you a pretty compliment paid . And mrs William Cook. The Hicksville news last week contained the following a mrs. Fletcher Hailer Cicero called at this office tuesday and gave an account her visit to the children a Home at Defiance last thursday. Over a year ago . And mrs. Haller adopted from the Home a Little Boj named Bert Hall. He has proved so Apt in his studies that they decided to Send him to school at Hicksville for three months after closing their school and in the meantime they decided to take another boy from the Home. It was for this purpose that mrs. Haller went there last thursday. She informs us that there was never More injustice done anybody than . And mrs. Cook who have charge the Home in the claim set up by some that they Are extravagant. Mrs. Haller says that every thing is a Model neatness order Economy and Glt Tii i Pline about the Home. Even the Wash rags Are mended and mrs. H. Showed us some samples darning Ahi mending clothes belonging to the Little boy she brought Home with her that Speaks louder than words in regard to the Economy Good mrs. Cook. Mrs. H. Says that not a Hole was to be seen in any the clothes worn by the children and they Are All kept clean and healthy. There Are 30 children at the Home and . And mrs. Cook in their conduct toward them could not be Kinder and More considerate were they their own parents. The Little children sent from Hicksville Only three four weeks ago climb the old gentleman a knee and Call him papa and run to Aud cling around the old lady with the greatest affection and both the old folks Are not at All sparing with kisses and caresses for the Little waifs. Or. Cook is aged above 70 and his wife is not much younger but it would seem their hearts Are still Young and they Are filling their place at the Home As few others would. It is pleasing to know that these poor dependent Little ones Are cared for by Loving hands and guided in the Way duty and usefulness through the potent Agency affection rather than harsh and unrelenting discipline exercised by a sympathizing minds. Reward cards. New to Les at very Low prices. Scotts drug Republican caucuses. Because my Day. To be held saturday March 9th, 1895. The Call for Republican caucuses in the various wards appears today. Each Ward caucus will nominate a candidate for member the Council a candidate for member the school Board and one assessor. In addition a member the Republican county Central committee is to be selected from each Ward precinct. In the second Ward there will be two candidates for school Board to nominate owing to the fact that . W. T. Hill a member from that Ward has moved out. It behoves the republicans the City to put their thinking Caps and get ready to select Good men. At the caucus the 9th March delegates will also be selected to attend the Republican City convention at the court House March Lith. At that convention there will be Only one candidate to nominated that cemetery trustee. Under the new Law if the democratic party sees fit to endorse the Republican nominee his name can Only appear one ticket. Or. Geo. Bechel is the gentleman whose term expires. Immediately after the selection a candidate for cemetery trustee there will be a Justice the peace a treasurer and a trustee to nominate for the township and City. After the grip diphtheria pneumonia Scarlet fever typhoid fever Etc., hoods Sarsaparilla is wonderful Benefit in imparting the strength and vigor so much desired. Hoods pills for the liver and bowels act easily yet promptly and effectively. Spinal weakness easily cured by . Miles nerve plasters. A perhaps you would not think so but a very Large proportion diseases in new York comes from carelessness about catching cold a says . Syrus Edson. A it is such a simple Biog and so common that very few people unless it is a Case pneumonia pay any attention to a cold. New York is one the Healthiest places the Atlantic coast and yet there Are a treat Many cases Catarrh and consumption which have their origin in this neglect the simplest precaution every Day life. The most sensible advice is when you have one get rid it As soon As possible. By All Means do not neglect . Edson does not Tell you How to cure a cold but we will. Take chamberlains cough remedy. It will relieve the lungs Aid expectoration open the secretions and soon effect a permanent cure. 22 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by j. L. Scott. Mar. Shiloh a cure the great cough and croup cure is in great demand. Pocket size contains Twenty five doses Only 25c. Children love it. Sold by druggist. 24-Ly common sense in the court room. Judge sheets Ottawa who is holding common pleas court in Van Wert this week is conducting the business common sense principles thoroughly understood and highly com j mended by the people. To one lawyer he said a a done to you think it is totally unnecessary to ask a witness the same question four times ? a and thed kindly requested the gentleman to a keep within gunshot the chamberlains cough remedy gives the Best satisfaction any cough Medicine i handle and As a seller leads All other preparations the Market. I recommend it because it is the Best Medicine i Ever handled Tor coughs colds and croup. A. W. Baldridge Millersville 111. For Sale by j. L Scott. Mar. Coughing leads to consumption Kempis Balsam stops the cough at once. N9-Ly for seven years More mrs. W. D. Louder Quincy ky., was subject to severe attacks cramp Colic. Or s r. Morse a druggist that place recommended chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy which has effected a permanent mar Hon. Francis b. Dewitt filed Bis resignation thursday with gov. We. Mckinley As a member the Ohio legislature which took effect March 4th�?last monday at which time . Dewitt a term As congressman began. If president Cleveland does not Call an extra session the new Congress will not meet until the first monday in december next. Are iou married the county records since show irregularities 1885.this morning Sarah Kigais demise Uio Dorati Quot eds ass it which occurred in the Toledo Asylum Home Sei Ikeji excursions to Virginia and in South. March 5 agents Ohio Central lines will sell Home seekers excursion tickets to Virginia North ail Smith Carolina Alabama Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi acc Tennessee. Rate one fare for our j trip. Limit 30 Days to Virginia and to other territory 20 Days. D a to children cry for a Van Wert Council has abolished the office Street commissioner and will hire a Man. Delphos got onto that some time a. Street commissioners Are Lux Trust Delphos courant. Pitchers castoffs. Saturday. The remains were Brough t Here sunday and taken to the Home w. H. Codd in Defiance township for burial. Geo. Daniels plead guilty in probate court this morning to stealing four bushels wheat from we Philiips superintendent the infirmary. He was fluid $25 and sent to the county jail for 30 Days. Buchlen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped bands chilblains comes and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. A great Camp fire soon. Bishop Post g. A. R., this City will have a bean supper. The a Hearst packing company North Amherst have offered Bishop Post this City a Case no. 24 three Pound cans Beans for proposed Camp fire. It is understood that Bishop Post proposes giving a rousing Camp fire and bean supper soon. Huber. 1891. Or e. N. Lewis. He is at Genera Florida and is enjoying Good health. Or. E. N. Lewis writes Home from Florida and says that the weather in that state is now very Fine though when he first went Down there Early in february the coldest weather Ever known was experienced there. Or. Lewis is remodelling a House Bis Plantation at Geneva and otherwise enjoying himself. He does not expect to return Home until the Middle Marsh. Of following is a list people who have been granted marriage licenses but court House records do not show that they were Ever married. It is the duty any minister other officer having Power to Solem ize a marriage contract to make return to the probate court within 30 Days after the ceremony. Ministers others who fail to do this Are subject to a heavy Fine 1885. Feb. 12th, Chaa. Dirr and Cornelia Demland. 8ep. 15th, miss Nancy c. Saltzman and Theo. Wines. Nov. 30tb, h. Longton and Cora Davidson. 1886. Jan. 2d, Nathen Miniger to mrs. Dell Fry. Sep. 6th, a. C. Pessefall to miss Carrie Heffel. Sep. 30th, Joseph Daoust to Mary Redack. 1887. Feb. 17th, c. J. Getz to Nettie Haskins. March 9th, Harry Steelsmith to Ella Wolford. March 19th, Theo. A. Martin to miss Della Crowe. 1888. June 12th, we. Fritzsche to Mary Donnenberg. June 12th, Charles Jenkins to Sarah c. Wilsell. 1889. Jan. 5th, John . Partee to Hattie Garber. Jan. 19th, John w. Bridenbaugh to Lena karst. March 25th, Charles Hughes to Rosetta wooden. 1890, Asp. 1st, Patrick Dempsey to Carrie april 20th, c. A. Mekus to Mary e. Westrick. Aug. 25th, Burt Robinson to Nora l. Jonquet. 1893. Cure saving her much suffering be. Sides the trouble and expense Send another lawyer who was airing his id for a Doctori which wa8 Oft yellow shoes and Patent leather leg necessary. For Sale by j. L. Scott. Rings top a desk was ordered by the judge to take Down his feet and he took them Down. A wittness who was not certain what he drank in a Saloon sunday was stopped in the midst his wondering with the command from the judge a wittness Tell the jury what you drank in that Saloon the mind the be fogged gentlemen cleared up with a suddenness that was refreshing and he said Wert bulletin. The method pursued by the Nickel plate Road by which its agents figure rates As Low As the lowest seems to meet the requirements the travelling Public. No one should think purchasing a ticket until they first inquire what the rate would be Over the Nickel plate Road mar w sat d Relief in six hours. Distressing kidney and bladder disease relieved in six hours by the a new great South american kidney this new remedy is a treat Surprise account its exceeding promptness in relieving pal i in the Blad-1 Der. Kidneys Back and every part the i urinary passages in male female. It relieves retention water and pain in passing i it almost immediately. If you want Quick j Relief and cure this is your remedy. Sold by 1 n g. Woodward druggist. 512 Clinton Street Rev. Alex. Henderson the coloured j Defiance Ohio. Ii in 253-iy d . Prices Cream baking powder worlds fair highest award. A Good coloured citizen. Baptist Church called at this office and stated that the 1st March 1816, he was born in Cook county us 15 Miles South what is now the City j Chicago. He is 79 years age and is Hale and Hearty and thanks god for it. Or. Henderson was a member the United states regulars and was in the Battle Petersburg Stone fort Shenandoah an de Bottom. Or. Henderson had fifteen sons in the Union army and his own enlistment made 16 men out the one family. Jan. 20th, h. E. Luse and Maud a. Former. Jan. 30th, Clayton Davis to Rose Dailey. Apr. 4tb, Joseph h. Tibetts to Maud l. Hall. Apr. 8th, Samuel Ripley to Barbara Edwards. Apr. 8, Paul Buhlert to Tacie Andrews. Sept. 20th, Frank b. Sams to Josephine Leary. 1894. Jan. Lith Albert Smith to Mary b. Wickerham. Feb. 1st, John p. Bettner to Carriee Wilson. Apr. 23, Harmon Hienberger to Lena b. Schick. July 5th, l. Gibson to Nellie Kees Bury. July 27th, Johann Nowacek to Johanna Nie Suer. Sept. 4th, Geo. May to Catharine e. Dirr. Oct. 18th. J. G. Mallett to Cynthia Potterf. 1895. Jan. 10th, f. J. White to Jennie b. Metier. Webb Roh. Miss Clara Weber is very sick with i consumption. D. F. Kuhn has purchased the in j Teress cabs. Speaker in the saw Mill. Or Kuhn is now sole owner. Ira a Burke and John a. Burke i have gone to Iowa to work. The protracted meeting closed at i the bean u. B. Church last thursday Dight account inclement weather j John f Heilshorn has purchased do you travel very Mueh ? we can save you Money if you do. We have a Little article that should be carried in the pocket every travelling Man. It cuts Down expenses and is a Money Saver. It is called the Buckeye one thousand mileage ticket and is Good Over More than 75 transportation lines and costs but $20 Good for one year from Date Sale and covers lines reaching Portsmouth Parkersburg Gallipolis Columbus Dayton Springfield Cincinnati Louisville Saint Louis Evansville Jacksonville Terre haute Chicago Decatur Lafayette fort Wayne Buffalo Cleveland Rochester Etc. They cover All first class privileges and will be sent to any address in the United states Canada roof 820 to to w. H. Fisher general passenger agent columns Ohio. 257-5 i to mrs. D d. Donovan. The wife sex congressman a Hel meet indeed. Donovan we clip the following interesting bit gossip from the Washington correspondent in sundays Cincinnati in two very Floe and Large portraits j a Ajmer. It gives in a manner the plans Washington and Lincoln for the ban and mrs Donovan. Ner school House. The funds were donated by the Public. Or. O. H Lehman closed his school in the Wincig dist let Friday. D. F. Kuhn has removed his saw Mill to d. A. Overley a Woods. Louis Emmons fit Allen and family have gone to Lorain county. Albert Sil a has Geo. W. Burkes new House up. Christ Boher was severely Hurt i about the face while helping move d. I f. Kuhn a saw Mill. John p. Allen had a very narrow it escape from death by failing off a scaffold. He escaped with a bruised head and fractured ribs and other internal injuries. He is somewhat better at this writing. Or. Donovan lives in a quiet Way upon Capitol Hill. A my husband will not leave town the adjournment Congress a she explained a but will stay Here till the Law College which he is attending closes in june. Then we will go Back to our District and . Donovan will devote about a year to study. Our Home has been in the town Deshler and two Miles out is our farm. But just what place we will ultimately Settle Iii we have not agreed upon though it will be somewhere in the District. While . Donovan does not expect to run again he would do so were the nomination offered Bim. Personally i would have been glad to have bad him returned for i am very fond Washington. As i act As his private Secretary i have found the work pretty hard. But i am perfectly willing for my husband to remain in political life if it pleases i a severe rheumatic pain in the left it shoulder had troubled . X h. Loper a Well known druggist Des Moines Iowa for Over six months. At times the pain was so severe that it he could not lift anything. With All i be could do he could not get rid it until he applied chamberlains pain i Balm. A i Odly made three applications it a he says a and have since been free from All pain a he now recommends it to persons similarly afflicted. It is for Sale by j. L. Scott. Or highest All in be la est u. O. Govt report Rte ski abs0f.ajtee.y pure

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