Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
21 Mar 1890

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21 Mar 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - March 21, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance gun unto Republican vol. Xxxiii. Chas. E. Bronson s real Petate Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306 for Sale so acre farm in Section 30, i a Glaize township Paulding county to acres Defiance Defiance county Ohio Friday. March 21, 1890. No. 14. An some observations regarding event that is but a few weeks away. Something to think about. Under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price �2,boo. 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 b acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price $1,100. 339 for Sale. Corner lot Atli. To. Depot n Defiance desirably located. Price $750 348 for Sale,.0 acres in pleasant township log House Frame kitchens Good Well Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price $1,500. 352 for Sale 40 acres in Section 18, Delaware township. If sold soon will take Isoo. I a a 3o7�?for Sale 20 acres East of canal in Section i Price $475. 363�?for Sale lot 14 in Krotz addition to 1 North Defiance. Price $100. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. 368 for Sale one of the Best terms in Defiance county in acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loara the Best in the county Frame House two stories 32x80 feet 20 acres in wheat. Print 80 per acre with half Cash a reduction of $10 per acre for Cash. This is a Raro bargain. 369-ror Sale a Good hotel property near 0. 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. 370�?for Sale. House and lot on Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price $3,000. 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 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. I Rice $3,Eoo. A Good Chance for the right Man. A for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co Colgate 95 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 far Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township 26 acres cleared Fine Frame House and born All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres Arf joining this 40, cheap. 414�?$226.00 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. I learn from the Toledo bet of last sitar Day that the Spring election is rapidly approaching and the Democrat s Are getting re to give an old time majority. That is very important if True and As this is a democratic c to any one would be willing to concede probably that something was radically wrong if the Olty did not give a democratic majority. The Hee correspondent says the town has been growing very rapidly and that some expenditures in Tho suburbs have called out complaints from the opposition. Its likes me now that i come to think about it that some of the Ablest bodied kickers against sundry Little occurrences to at have come to pass in this Cly have heretofore been numbered with the elect that is they have always voted the democratic ticket at Nal Ionni state and local elections with out questioning the Wisdom of electing this or that Man accepting the word of the party manager As to the qualification of candidates to fill 417�?for Sale lot is in Holgate a addition i a thou Len the Wintter North Defiance. Price $250. Much thought themselves. To North in glance. Price $25o 419-for Sale lot is. Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with brooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. I Here is another filing. It is the custom of the Council when in in Lier a is needed. To instruct sonic member to buy it now Why not let All such contracts to the lowest h drier. The City uses a Groat Deal of lumber and would it not be a great saving to the City in the course of the be. R of All the mater i it used was bought in that Way the Man who is vested with ant Hortto to buy May not hum All Oyer the country to got the highest nor yet the lowest priced lumber but there is one thing certain that 1 while he is out he is going to drive a few 1 stakes that will be of use to him in Tho next Campaign no matter How Little Benefit tile City May derive from his Valan be services. If a new Era of Reform was to open up it would appear absolutely Hooch i sary that such practices Stop. Peter Biglor and Christ Delhi members of the Council it is alleged contracted without any i authority Aal for a Large a nonet of Hose at top round prices. This occurred at u time when Tho Council was under fire and hence the order was countermanded and some time later notices were published asking for bids for u certain amount of Hose considering Tho record of Tho Council in All its parts it Woald hardly lie considered a reflection to suppose that if it had riot Boon under fire it would most certainly have endorsed the action of Bigler and Diehl for they would hardly have been so presume ious if there had not Beau a precedent. Washington township. Warner returned to Bryan Lei Nighti at Mont a Deli week. Up. H Clark took in the Pelter last week. A ?, is still continued a i h by Little . A Fri y of Bryan is with his Broth sub i Tenty putting in tile drains mrs. F. Ii. Clark who went to Toledo k to visit relatives returned Hon or a it last of Day. A comment on our rends Isi n they Are too Well known to lug of. I pro j?.00 his school inst Frida in the Clay District Williams will now put Forth at Nev Medicine. Or. Necessary cd speak county and practising a. # Mac bin was in Ney monday look intr after a Side track. It will have to be put in us the citizens will a switch. And must have a Home Young men from Tiffin township w. To before he Justice la Washington last Vek and fined Lor raising a disturbance at u meeting. To Carriage at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense Chas. E. Bronson. Defiance Money i i am daily making Loans on improved real estate in Northwestern Ohio at six per cent. Interest what is particularly notice by eat this period is the fact hat this class of voters which by the Way More than holds the balance of Power in the party is d posed to drop the Bosses in the coup and choose men to minister the a Frahs of the City because they Are capable and not because of their political affiliations. Aguin there is a younger class of democrats who have got tired of being rounded up two or three times a be r by men who have no use for them Only to secure their votes. Of course the attitude of these two classes and their growing disposition to diverge from the straight and narrow path marked Down for them to follow is alarming to those who have been used to nothing but obedience. 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. G. Baker lawyer and loan agent. Defiance. Ohio. No37 Switzer Brothers and ranges. Everybody praises the jewel also a Large Stock of general hardware nails Iron Etc., paints and oils in endless variety. Tin Ware by the car Load. Spouting and roofing a specially. Keystone Block Clinton Street. Defiance Ohio. 46 Switzer Brothers. Melchior and Short hand school. Library building Cor. Summit and Madison sts., Toledo A leading representative of practical business education devoted to the preparation of Young men and women for the duties of Active business life. A finely illustrated catalogue contain lag description of course of study rates of tuition conditions of admission Etc., Etc., will be nailed to any address free. Board and room $8 per week. A j. W. Melchior associate c. H. Melchior principal. Quot a a a steel solid Fence the local democratic politic ii machine in Defiance has always been accounted a m vet. The perfect working of whee s within wheels is striking marvelous wonderful and hardly less harmonious in their relation to each other than the Moon and stars to the Sun. Two or three men control a Ward and they in turn Are subject to the will of one Man. His mind is the silent loom that weaves the Woof and Warp of his followers into a web distinctly his own. He is the silent spinner that has been sending out cords that Leash men More effectively Han chains of steel. It was his band that made the connection Between the municipality and the machine and verged them into one. The defeat of we. Carter for cd y solicitor was the first intimation that there might be a wheel with some broken cogs in it and since that Day the working of wheels within wheels has not been p articular by striking marvelous or wonderful. Now luckily for Defiance she has escaped the Affine Ion that has visited Many towns in Northern Ohio namely the great North american Boom. By that i mean her realty has not been forced up to five or six times what it was Worth and then allowed to drop Down to nothing when the gamblers had tired of the play. Her growth if not rapid has been substantial. The industries with in her Borders have been prosperous and every Day has added something to the value of property. Prices have not bounded up like a balloon but have come up in such a Way and stand at such a height that any Man with Ordinary business sagacity ought to be Able to determine with out the least trouble in the world that the causes that have led to this advancement Are perfectly legitimate. Considering then the question in this Light and looking Forward to the future it will occur to those who have the greatest interests at stake that the time has come when the Sand pipe attachment of the political machine that has been drawing out the life blood so to speak of the municipality should be lopped off and the town left free to developed into a far greater and much More prosperous City than it is . If once rid of the barnacles that have made All other interests secondary to their own and the affairs of Defiance pieced in the hands of men who have a proper Conception of what would come out of Wise and economical measures she will that much sooner stand As the Queen City of the Northwest another Brilliant example of Tho councils Way of doing business was the manner in which they turned Hopkins an i Washington streets Over to be gutted by the county commissioners. The members did not even take the precaution of insuring the City against possible loss and consequence when the i commissioners had rendered both Borough fares about impassable and utterly refuse to do any thing towards re storing them the Council had to step in and in to expenditures that it would not have been called upon to make if it had not been forgetful of Tho interest of the people. The Republican and express exposure of the it ghastly outrage forced the commissioners to take some action looking to Tho restoration of Hopkins Street. A couple of Hundred doll irs Here and a couple of Hundred there May not amount to much but taken in the aggregate they make a big thing. What a Yeity needs that is flt noted in that Way is to get rid of off Sci As who bring such things upon the people. Or and mrs. D. Davis last monday entertained hide Davis of Bryan Jennie in vis from Illinois and Ida Ruffier of Montpelier. A Alvn brows of Defiance was Here last week Enro Ute for Montpelier. He brought Blick with him a Tine Loam of horses for which he p lid t too. A the drawing came off at a. W. Lewis last saturday evening. De Cory received the lamp it Vav. Mailer toe watch Chain and Wiiiiam Keller Tho Gold Dollar. Our postmaster a w. Lewis or Nev received the first new postage sunup of Defiance or ins counties from tread quarters last week. They Are beauties. ."6omo folks Ore living very cheaply in Ifie Village of Ney one nay when they Hail visitors Osteal of using White sugar on pears 1 Hoy substitute d Salt visitors look out when you go visiting in this Village. A the teacher of the Sand Hill school and the i directors of la it a strict. Will leave a Law Bult before Jonn Baker this week the Toucher wants four months pay Ami the directors wont sign the order ror More than three months a the p male of Ney and Vicinity should be �?�1�?�. Well pleased with the management of the Post office since or. And mrs. Lewis have m in aired it. It is located in i rages Brick Bloke in a pleasant store of or. Lewis. Never before has the office been better attended to. Win find the finest assortment of re at prices that cannot be duplicated at a a. A a. Scott successor to Colby amp Scott Book Anet Wall paper store. South Tiffin. Ii Owis Miller our land appraiser will Loon begin work. In no la or pro has a firm grip on some of in past a Oil is. Henry hath has Frank l Millers House Are nearly completed. A win. In. Hath h is the contract to build Jacob Lares new Bouse. A Jacob Miller is engaged to work for a j. A pen Ter the Cornin Hummer. I 1j a i Joe writers of the Democrat. Tiffin township items Are bus to Elm. A Hattie a Linker went to Bryan recently where she will remain for some time. A there has Boon a Groat amount of Straw hauled by parties of Defiance to that place a miss Della deep closed a term of school in the District. Friday last. A Peter Zegstr made a business trip to those parts in interest of c. E. Bronson last week. Cd. A. Overly has suffered severely of Lato by virture of a boil on the Back of his head. The property abutting on Clinton and some other streets in this City that have been paved were assessed $2 per foot for that purpose. These streets so paved Are the Only ones we have Worth speaking about the s Reet fund is now Over drawn nearly $2,000. About $1,500 were expended on fifth Between Clinton Street Aud the Wabash depot but it done to look now like there had Ever been a Pound of gravel put on it. There is a feeling among a majority of the taxpayers if a Street is to be improved the property abutting it should be assessed for that purpose. Such improvement enhances the value of property along the thoroughfare but does no Benefit the Man located a mile or two away. I speak of this because i learn that the Cornic i con templates improving third Between and Wayne streets at the expense of All the tax yers in the City instead of allowing the abutting property to pay for it. Tile Spring Medicine. The popularity which hoods Sonia Parylla has gained As a Spring Medicine is wonderful. It possesses just those elements of , blood purify lug and appetite restoring Onieh everybody rooms to need at his reason. Do not cont nue Ina Dull tired. Factory condition when you he to much benefited by hoods her a Prill a. It purities Tho blood and makes the weak Strong. The Bee correspondent says there is to be a democratic Victory Here this Spring and that the opposition is making some complaint about the improvements in the suburbs. That refers i suppose to the Preston run Bridge. Thut is nothing but Astean a miserable outlandish steal. There is not enough Money in the Treasury to pay for it and it is not yet completed. That Bridge is some of the fruit of the silent loom that i have heretofore mentioned. I would say in conclusion that the present Council is getting into pretty deep water and if it keeps up its present Pace it will be in a Good Deal deeper before the year is out i think the situation would justify a supreme Effort on the part of the people regardless of party to Over throw the men who now control and Are seeking to retain their Power in this City. There is danger ahead and if the people do not Wake up they will be the suffer Era Noble crossing. A Qualti a Buzzard Friday and saturday of last week. Mrs Lillie Thorpe visited friends in this Section last week. A a. Ii. Hor is reported on the sick list this week with la Grippe. A or Denman was to West Noble Fred y of last week on Busin less. Mrs. Id i Bruner from Defiance visited friends in this Section last week. A Jain a Thorpe Bas gone to his Home in Vav Illiams county to lieu his fathers will read. A we. Longsmith has purchased a team of Long ears. He say they Are the stuff for the mud. A Andrew Botorf has moved on Andrew Asti aught a farm. He intends to work for Ash ugh this summer. A Ephraim Mosser and wife from Hicksville Are spending a few Days in this Section with friends and relatives. Too ladies wanted Anil too men to Call on any druggist for a free trial package of lanes family Medicine the great Root and Herb remedy discovered by or. Kilas i and while in the Rock moan gains. For diseases of the blood liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation and Clear no no the complexion it does wonders. Children line it. E everyone praises it Large size package 5<> cent at All druggists. Nolo Shady Corners. A you never hear a doctor rail against society. He always feels repaid for making his Calla. A a City clerks office i i Defiance Ohio february 20th. 1890. J n accordance with a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Defiance Ohio passed february 17th, 1890, sealed proposals Are solicited and will be received at this office up to 12 of clock noon monday March 23d, 1890, for furnishing eight Hundred feet of fire Hose diameter two and one half Inch with j necessary and suitable couplings. Bidders shall submit samples same to accompany proposals. Proposals to be opened immediately Atter j the time for receiving same bus closed Ami award will be Nadh at the first meeting of Tho City Council thereafter the City Council reserves Tho right to reject any or All proposals offered. M. A. Gorman feb a Qto St City clerk. Hade of Bonanza jtomemt8ayn�f Lill. A. Mott new York City expanded Metal . Something new Poi residences. Churches cemeteries. Farm gardens Gates arbours window guards trellis plastic Flyg lath poor m it sic. Write for illustrated mailed for Central expanded Metal c big w Ater bt., Pitta Burti Jya i gtd Ware Mea keep it. Give name of this Pap. The destiny of a town rests in a great measure in the hands of the common Council and in speaking of the possibilities of the future it might not be impolitic to take a look backwards and see if there have not been some that Souid be guarded against Here after. What the people want is a careful expenditure of All funds paid into the City Treasury. But is that always done let us take an example it has been the custom in Defiance to build All sewers out of a common fund. The prop erty abutting the sewer is not assessed alone to build it but All of the Tux payers con tar. Bate their mite to that end. Hence it is held that it would be wrong and unfair to change the present plan. Granted but then what course does the Council pursue to secure the Best possible material at the lowest rates when the 3 Wilhelm Street sewer was first considered a Resolution was passed by the Council to build it when there was Money in the sewer fund. Now what was the result despite the Resolution of the Council the sewer committee commenced work. Not with standing the work was to Cost something like $3000, the committee did not think it necessary to let the contract of furnishing the material to the West bidder but gave it to a Man who was deserving Soj Weihing of his party. Now who was it that d ire disregard the positive injunction of the Council regarding the time that the a sewer should be put in who would dare do such a thing but the min whose mind is the silent loom that is weaving the Woof and Warp of the Council into a web distinctly his own he knew there was no Money in the Treasury to pay for the work la the Job was the Cord As it were that bound another captive to his Chariot wheel a persons troubled with rheumatism should read the following from mrs. A m. Peters of Easu Des Moines Iowa. She says a i had suffered with rheumatism the greater part of the time for nearly seven years. At times i was almost helpless. I doctored a great Deal for it with pays Lucians and tried electric bolts Patent medicines and almost every tiling that is recommended for rheumatism. Finally a neighbor advised me to try Chamberlain s pain by irn and was so sure that it would help me that i procured a bottle. It lid help n a right from the Start but it took Avo 50 cent hotties to cure me so you can guess How bad i was As one or two bottles ubi cure any Ordinary c we. A bold by a Scott. Mar a a v. Smith has wonderfully disfigured his face by out ing off Bis Mustache. A our third quarterly meeting will be held at p actor Creek March �?~29th and 20th, Rev. J. Lilly presiding. Be. V. Bmith in place of ii. V. As super Intel Denton our sunday school. We know of no one answering toll v. Smith. A mrs. Jennie i Jevorne was summoned to the bedside of Ber sick sister at Columbus It is not known when she will return. A like our Mark Center correspondent we Are disposed to think that our township is not Only famous for babies but Aiso for Good looking girls and Well behaved boys. A it might be Well for us to Correct a few mistakes made by our lady correspondent of i latter Creek by saying that it was a v. Instead of e v. Smith that returned from near Bryan to Bis Home on Plattor Creek. A we Are sorry to learn through a letter from ii m. Stahl that his Little daughter Myrtle has been dangerously i sink with lung fever. Myrtle you have our be to wishes and we Hope soon to hear of your recovery. Old foot. Piles piles piles. Loose s red Clover pile remedy is a positive specific for All forms of the Dis ease. Blind bleeding itching ulcerated and protruding 50c. For Sale at Colby a Scott a. Nol4-Ly a Dallas Walters has gone to Henry county where he and hts father have rented a Large farm. A George and Fred hath were arrested and fined $25,45 for disturbance at a literary society. A Henry Roehrs from this violin it is clerking in t. O hardware store of win. Keh Mist of Defiance. A Gorman Siler and Eon have been saw lug leis of Wood lately. They take Hie cake in that work. A Nelson Kibble trailed an Island for horse with Jan. O. Winier. Not my kingdom i but an Island for a horse. I a the radio ii minister at the bean Creek Church Rev., Dunlap closed a protracted j Effort with some Success. I a Peter Knon of Defiance and his inspector vim. Lid Mick were in the Woods Here buying lumber last week. A Michel Rohrig and son Are running their saw Mill full blast. The work done by the. In is second to none in this state. A Alex Bane a. J. Carpenter and h. Nad Rehauser Purchase i some Fine thorough bred hogs at Krotz a Sale thursday last. A has. Walters of Coldwater o., who has been visiting Gorman Hole re a family will itt Bor for or. Fronk in Adams township. Cd. A. Overly has become an expert in turning out rolling pins at the turning lathe which to presents to some of his friends. A a. L. Parker from Over the roaming Prairie in Adams township has been com my tuis Way of i de. One of the fair damsels of our Vicinity Boeing to to the Center of attraction. A mrs. C. Speaker of Brunersburg who had been quite ill h is so far recovered that she visited her parents or. And mrs. Henry Kuhn last week. A John Shock has moved from the Zeeh Tolt farm to the farm of ii. I Robe in Defiance township. John Vav. Shaffer moved on the Bechtolt farm. A we Are very sorry to learn that Roy Webb was seriously injured at y. M. C. A. Rooms at Defiance we Hope to learn of his ultimate recovery a miss Flora Hall closed a successful term of school in District no. J on Friday last tuts was her third successive term As of bch�o1 my h�j1 has the wilful1 and a Hest wishes of her pupils. 8ho will be in the graduating class of �?T90, at Defiance College. H�7rtth hr0 Kocto at Tiffin Rich held by the Liberal minister Rev Landis has closed and resulted in several conversions and accession a there has been no stir about the elect Ion. We have not yet Learned whether a i in e in Quot in i it a ticket in Tho Field. They certainly should. A Henry Schultz will build a residence on hts farm the coming summer. Joe Weber is the contractor. Henry will take unto himself a better half Ere Long doubtless. Agricola. A a in time saves nine a and if you take Hood s Sarsaparilla now it May save months of future possible sickness. Duck ,mr.\ has returned to her Home in i bidding county. A our neighbors Are looking up Candida s for Tho Spring election. A a. J. Riser hauled a a Buzz Wood from the Joseph Blanchard farm one Day last week. A it is expected that there will be a wedding in our Vicinity in a she it time. Wish they would hurry up. A Thomas Lambert whose Back was broken some time ago is not any better and of course there is not much Hopes of him getting Well a Jess Brown who has been getting out Chi Timber on the other Side of the River is now working on this Side. He will have his work completed soon. A grandmother boor is not Well at this writing. Hue is one of our oldest pioneers. She raised a big family of children among Thorn living five or six boys All of Wollom Are straight out republicans. Joseph Ball was surprised by Bis relatives thursday of i Aat week the occasion being his 57th birthday. There were about 25 persons present for dinner. Or. Ball was the recipient of several Nice presents it was a Happy occasion. Sick headache. In 08e�?Th red Clover pill8 cure sick headache dyspepsia indigestion Constina Tola 20o per Box 5 boxes for $1. For Sale at Colby a Scott a. Noll by Sharon sittings. David Owens is going to build a Large barn this Spring. Hla Thiol Smith is going to build a new barn this Spring. Vav. It and l. W. Mansfield were in Leipsic thursday last. Noah Spence is working for James Preston this coming year. Or. Bockey contemplates building a barn this coining Spring. A quarterly meeting will not lie at Sharon is changed to be at Continental on Tho 22 and 22 of March. A Edward Smith and wife of Ayen Ville were the guests of Reinland Doenges and family sunday. A the people of Continental Are going to build a Large school House at that pm ice. They will spend $12,000 for the building. At 6 per cent. Interest on real estate Security to life nor set Sirce 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. New White goods new embroideries new Cali Coes new satires new Gingham new zephyrs new Silks new dress goods of All descriptions in ail tile newest and fashionable shades. Bargains in new goods. Low a St prices newest styles. Carpets 0 carpets. We have just Speno Durnew carpets ingrain body Brussels tapestry velvets Etc. Lace curtains and new rugs Mats Etc. All the new tilings in areas trimmings Vandyke Points Etc., now opened. New pinching new ribbons. Great bargains in crash goods. Shalla is Only s cents a Yard. Be Boies a new fabric g cents a Yard. Beal line of dress satires at 12 l-2eents a Yard Ever shown in the City finest line of new and Choice goods in Tho City. Trade at Tho big lion store. The Harley a lion store

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