Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
28 Mar 1890

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28 Mar 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - March 28, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance qty Zintu Republican vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday Marci 28, 1890. No. 15. Chas. Bronson s real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306�?for Sale to acre farm in Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county 60 acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,boo. 308�?for Sale 6 acres in Section 7, Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Price $l,7oo. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 6 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price to Loo. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at b. O. Depot n Defiance desirably located. Price $7bo 348�?for Sale 40 acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price 352 a for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Delaware township. If sold soon will take $800. .357 a for Sale 30 acres East of canal in Section i. Price $475. 363�?for Sale lot 14 in Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price $100. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. 368 for Sale one of the Best farms in Defiance county. Hoo acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two St it it Ries 82x00 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price son per acre with half Cash a reduction of $10 per j acre for Cash. This is a Raro bargain. 369 for Sale a Good hotel property near b. A 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 6,000. 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 $t.200. 394�?for Sale so acres in Section 1$, deft Arnee township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. Bra be $j,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. 396-for Sale. 120 acre farm in Henry co near Holgate 95 acres cleared Frame barn a two Story Frame House Well under trained two open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price $7,200, Cash $2,400. Call at once. 399 forsake 40 acres in Section 25, debt Ware 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 a for Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township 25 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. 414�?$225.oo 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 $i6oo. 417�?for Sale lot 85 in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $260. 419�?for Sale lot is. Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. A Carri Goat the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense. Chas. 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 Mke abstracts upon reasonable terms. H. G. Baker. Lawyer and loan agent. Defiance. Ohio. No37 Switzer Brothers Brooksville Ano Vicinity. A Post office bars out an essay on farming some harbingers of Spring. Tie commissioners coming a Ronnel i received three letters and a marked copy of the Hicksville a wow the Oil r Day and they All related to the Clero Post office from two of the letters i learn that i made an exact statement of Lac a the tiled thought i erred in one or two particulars while the writ r in the Hicks i in new quite sure that my information was not re liable. It is not toe purpose of Pilgrim to make a at t Menic of any thing Bur facts. The information Given in my letters two weeks ago was a it cell it d from a source that i considered perfectly reliable of i should find that it was not that lot will be noted in due time it does not appear to me. From what i have read however that i by thing has been set Forth to wipe out what submitted As a statement of facts. What called out my letter in the first place i s demo ratio abuse of some very excellent r Pul Means in Milford township. Pilgrim is largely Republican. He can not he p the it because to is built that Way when his party friends Are he subject of democratic abuse to can be depended upon to stand by them tint i some very Clear evidence is Given to show that they deserve censure. Evidence is necessary to convict Don in court Aud the same Rule should to d Good when the verdict rests with co Unity. Some of the democratic papers in this District have been a signing and belittle log congressman Boothm in on every occasion. They have treated his friends in the same Woy. I know or. Boothman to be an honorable gentleman and one of the Best congressmen that Ever represented the sixth District and regard very h Ghlyn the men who appreciate his Worth and usefulness. For that reason i am not willing to accept theories As facts. If my informants have mislead me i assure the Good people of Milford that i will not Post any acknowledgements at the Mouth of lost Creek after the manner of the county commie owners when they have Road jobs to sell la that township. It May not be a very pleasant thing to remove women from office but that did not appear to trouble the democratic p try very much when Cleve and was elected. The pos mistress at Hicksville was the daughter of a m in who gave up his life for his country but that i i not save his daughters he id from the official a. More than that she was not removed until a new office had been fitted up and was then left with a lot of furniture on her hands that was of no earthly use Only in a Post office. That was neither a Gallant nor a just but was democratic. I give this a place because an old Veteran and sex postmaster at my Elbow declares it to be True and thinks it pertinent to the Orcas on. It is not remembered now that the democratic patrons of the Hicksville Post office Ever lost much Sleepover the removal of that pos mistress. And ranges. Everybody praises the jewel a Large Stock of Gen or l hardware Iron Etc., paints and oils in end Leaf tin Ware by the car Load. Spouting and roofing a specially. Keystone Block Clinton Street. Defiance Ohio. 46 Switzer Brothers. Also nails variety. Melchior and Sciort hand school. Library building Cor. Summit and Madison sts., Toledo o. A loading representative of practical business education devoted to the preparation of you no men Sod women for the duties of Active business life. A finely illustrated catalogue contain-1k description of course of study rates of tuition conditions of admission Etc., Etc., will be a tailed to any address free. Board and room $3 per week. A j. W. Melchior associate c. Al. Melchior principal. Geo. S. Edmondstone civil Engineer and Surveyor office 8 and 9 music Hall Block Over merchants National Bank second Street specialities Hydraulic and sanitary engineering and Bridge construction. Geo. S. Edmondstone c. E., cite civil Engineer c. C. Kuhn in Umilta fitter deep Well pumps and everything in the plumbing and Gas fitting line for Sale at lowest prices. Clinton St., bet. 4th and 5th streets u045 Defiance. Ohio. The Home Eastman hot Springs Ark. The largest and finest resort hotel in America with the finest Bath House in the world connected will open under management of o. G. Basson of White Mountain hotels for season of 1890, january 15th,. Tickets should be bought via St. Louis and Iron Mountain let Southern ii. It. Nio Leo Money to loan on real estate. Loans on business blocks on residences and improved farms a specially. Address Seagrave Bros. No24-Ly Toledo. Ohio. I had been considering the advisability of g ving the Farmer some valuable information a bout How to run a farm when my at ten Ion was called a second Lime to the Cicero Post office. Of course in would be impolitic to put two subject of such heft into the same sack. They would be sure to pull it in two. I am sorry that the Farmer los 8 a Good thing. experience As a Farmer has not been extensive but it come High and i con id it r it a prime article. The Hart lagers of Spring that have been passing in Swift procession before me wus what suggested the theme. The South wind the humming Bee the bleating i lbs in Dis tint Fie is the l x los Kings of Ayles Burg Mir ants Voung Joe the banker Frank the Norman Young Pete and Book All crying out in the language of the ancient War horse a Haah a the Young grass and budding Flowers that will soon paint the laughing soil the swelling bust of the lordly Gobbler the old Man wandering through Tho Fields what lots he will Plant in potatoes and Corn How Many lambs be will have for Market How Many pigs he can feed out what Colts can is put onto the Market ac., ail seemed in their Way to extend an invitation for me to put up a guide to ird that All formers might travel the Road to the Golden Eldorado of which All men dream. But i can not think of it now. I will merely advise the Farmers in this letter to co verse freely with the county commissioners i Lieut the 2b, m 11 Levy. Pilgrim Laboured we h the comm is loners a Long time before he could convince them that the tax buyers were worthy some consideration. Now that they show signs of returning reason and Are willing to talk with the people on a very important measure i think it Well that the people should take advantage of it what a cd nge there has been indeed. Not Many months ago or. Ziemmer told Squire beavers of Milford township that the commissioners did not have to stick the notice of a Sale of Road work up under the nose of every damned fool in the county. Of course not. But things have changed u Nee that Tun a and now they would like to he. R from every damned fool in the county on the subject of roads. It is True or. Miller has not made any statement r Garding the corruption that he says sex Sis in this coun a but i think he w la come around in Good time. I will assist Bim so far As i can and if there comes a time when i Cun prod him up it will afford me the greatest pleasure to do so. In the mean time if there is any one else who wants to speak about the Cicero Post office i am now at their service. Edited by Daniel Mcginty. A Isab h Bam. Meen talks of building a new a George Hanna is preparing to Belld a barn. A Dillman King of Bryan is around insuring horses. Cd. A Moon expect to build a new House in the Spring a Jam is Figley has purchased two Fine Colts of e.,Annel Byder. �?8. B. Finley and j. A. Wieland will tile their f Irmi in the Spring. A a James Al Gary 8. B. Fig Ley j. A. Wieland an i others Are tiling their farms to is Spring. A a. A. Moog has purchased two Colt one 3 be irs old and one 2 yours old of j. O. Wieland. A Bert Kellogg Somo what known in this part of the country is in jail in Bryn for s eating a horse. A a. W. Schlosser a rented the old hammers. It m Union. He expect s to do or. Ppm. A Charles Griller of Fayette agent for he Ohio Farmers insurance co., was through Bere last week. A div d Osborn hr., smashed ids right foot White hauling legs Aud therefore trave s bout on one foot a Jacob Smith has purchased will am i Gintz a property in Ney. Pm has purchased 20 acres of the Thomas Bayes farm. A now a Days the Little Birds Are singing their praises the gentle Frog chants ids evening hymns the Sapsucker is to sap. Ana a a folks and agree that it looks like Spring. John a. Bim Mons of Washington township an old resident of the county and a of England died inst Friday nigh of inflammation of the Bowel aged about of years. Fun. Ral at Olive Branch sunday conducted by Bev. F. L Snyder. A Mcginty thinks that Calvin s Brice the new senator from Oyork will have a Dell of a Limo before he Adon county officials get through with his tax Aff or. John Slough honest old Man Des re. S Moro Praise than he has received forms bold stand in the ma1 Tor of Boodler in office. Cons drab o promiscuous thieving is going on in Tiffin towns lip this Winier it is either done by Amateur Talent aided by outside stars or both or either. Provide yourselves i h Spring air guns Rainbow chasers Gat log guns i pan est sink pos and other Engineri of carnage and Lay for the evening visitors and inv no Laid for them artistically Lay them in the Cool Cool Shade. A a that a the Way to do a Mcinty thinks that files will be of Grea service in toning the Teeth of several aged Genii men who became unusual in uproarious in the Vicinity of the court House last wednesday the oct Sion Beng the hearing of those into Este i in the propos d Phillips ditch Occas onily the honorable Cha Man of the Board of commissioners had great use of his skill is a ponderous parliamentarian in keeping order. A child killed another child killed by the use of opiates Given in the form of soothing syrup. Why mothers give their children such deadly Poison is surprising when they can relieve Tho child of its Peculiar troubles by using or. Aoker a baby soother it contains no opium or morphine. Boid by n. O. Woodward. Three township. Asb up. A John Grogg is Labouring for Henry Haugh t his Spring. N. D. Olrogg is getting some Wood ready for he saw. Mrs. N d. Grogg was the guest of Joel Mosser Frid y of last week. A John j. Grogg and wife spent sunday with o. F. Long of this place \ mrs. Lab Tharp of Buckskin was the guest of b Mosser tues i y of last week. Mrs. Baume Gier of Delaware took a flying trip to Defiance Mondy to see Lier daughter and son or. And mrs. F. Hatfield. Sick headache. Looses red Cloyer pills cube sick headache dyspepsia indigestion constipation. 25e per Box 5 boxes for $1. For Sale at Colby a Scott a. Nol4-Ly North Richland. The fishing season has opened at the state dam. Grandma Dunbar is visiting her son James a Jewell. O. H. Baylis spent saturday and Munday it Sherwood. George Clemmons who has been very ill is convalescent a Ella Grubb is working for doctor Stevens of Defiance. A party at the rest Lence of John Parrot Las Friday it vening. Amy Oit spent in bbl the with her Bister or. Brock i is by of South Richland. Fred Lymanstall of Michigan will work for Robert Davis the coming summer. Mrs. Reuben Young is very Low with consume Ion with Tut Little Hope of her recovery. John Inmann has moved into the House formerly occupied by j,.cob Seiple and Cha. 8m it ii into the Grubb properly mrs. Hemo Wright Nee Duncan formerly of this place but now of Sidney Ohio w.,8 Here last week visiting Oil time friends a the liberals of the u. B. Church of Jewell organized a Sabbath school i St sunday with about fifty scholars in attendance and have up rebated an Organ of c. H. Well of Defiance. Nina. We can and do guarantee or. Acker s Bleo i e Ixer for it has been fully demonstrated to the people of this country that it is Superior to All other preparations for blood dts ease it is positive cure for syphilitic poisoning u cers eruptions and pimples. It purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds up the Constitution. Sold by n. Q. Woodward. Man South Tiffin. A Henry Hill s full goes by Tho Way of the old trait. A or. Braille has Tho contract to repair the Holgate Pike a Rasper cop a a Chafer is working for John Hane this Spring. Ira Burke contemplates attending the Defiance College soon. A Henry it till and wife Are domiciled in e l Millers a w House. A Jimmy Tolan la still sojourning with his old Friend Gorman Siler a Frank Kuhn purchased a new Dickman Wagon. They Are Tho Best. A a lot of sneak thieves raided this Vicinity la Ely. No c in As yet. A the Robins Long he Holgate p be will build and Ion to the or Roost. A George Weber has Tho Contr it to build some Fine Fence at the childrens Boma a by Neider Henser closed a term of school in Defiance township March 21st. A Henry Kuhn improved the appearance of his place by budding a lot of Nowfe n A the Row it is an entertainment at the children s Home on last tuesday evening the 18 the. A cd l Limo sold a Fine horse to or m cd of Noble township consideration $135. A Honda Bro Are running their Sawmill full blast Arch Warfield is the head Sawyer. A Oscar Potterf a Texas Pony ran away under very Peculiar circular tines on the 13 h. Be. Root. The a a local of Adams township spent a few Days among friends Here last week a Peter Honda bad the misfortune to los it a valuable Colt by a pitch Fork penetrating its Buck. A i. A Over a made several business trips to Sherwood of late to look Rifter the interest of his farm. A a. J. Kaldo the prominent Dea Eros smiling face Wab seen in on neighbourhood last week. A Hatton co Ope a hater went to Holly St land on the ithe inst where to will labor the coming summer. A ii header Hanser has a Fine three year old Norman Hor in for Sale. Any one wishing to but should Call. A Dick Miller will not go to Huron county a is previously St tet but will labor for or. Rohrs in Noble township. A Delbert kiss a one of Defiance townships i right Young men visited Friend in this Vicinity last week. Come again Del. A Fred Keper Mier esq., had several of his fingers nearly amp ii aged and hand badly mutilated Cau ing a serious we Rand. A a. B. Stock closed a Success soul term of school in District no. 7, on the 22d. A big time was h cd and Over j i visitors were present. A a. W. Llano closed a Suer is Fol term of school in District no. J on frill y. An sex hib t on was held Tho following saturday evening which was an excellent fair. A Rev. F. L Snyder preached is fare Well Sermon for this conference year on hand y iat. He started for conference on monday which meet it Portland ind. Fie has been very successful and we wish h s return. Aam Coda. Washington township. Will find the finest assortment of at prices that cannot be duplicated at or. A a. Scott successor to Colby amp Scott drug Book Anet Wall paper store. Mark Center. A Farmers will soon commence sowing oat. A mrs. Belle Burke is Natii cited with the Quot mumps. A Paul Wank is recovering from an attack of la Grippe. A a. W. Lewis was at Napoleon on business last week. A a. H. Wber a disfigured his face by cutting off his Mustach a John Snyder of Case county ran., i visiting in this Cornu Unity. A Jack Ridenouer is working in a Telegraph office at Chapman Iii. A Rev a Robison has an appointment to preach at pleasant Point april 0, a Chao. Elder of Ervau was in this Section looking alter cows last week. A John Garber teacher of the lower Bickas in school closed his term Friday. A Tim Benner school taught by miss 8. Spangler closed Friday. Excellent work reported. A chaw. Hedley on land appraiser went to work lust week and assessed Section Twenty five. A we. Lints has bought a 20 Sere lot two Miles North of Ney and will move on to it in a Short Elma a John Kintner captured seven voting foxes one Day last week. Weston Walker will Ruise one As a pet a we. Lants sold his House and lot in Ney last week to Jacob Smith consideration $550. Smith takes Possession april to. A boys be careful about playing Ball on sunday or some of you May have a Chance to play a game about the court House at Defiance. A the democrats hold t heir caucus saturday afternoon Mircho to and the republicans the evening of the same Day. Let there be a Good turn out of re pub leans. A the suit before the Justice in this township last week Par tee is directors of the hand Hill school a scurried up to a higher court. John Wood of Defiance appeared for plaintiff and prosecuting attorney John Winn for defend Lunk a wednesday morning the passenger train on the 0. J. A m. It. It. Would not answer the Flag at Ney and those persons desiring to re cd Defiance hid to Hunt up some o her accommodation. No cause w a assigned for the train not Stopp a unless it was the it the train men were asleep. John a. Simons died at his Homo. Friday evening March 21, Atter a Short illness of win or cholera aged Iii years. He leaves a wife one son and five daughter lie a a member of the u. Ii. Church. Funeral from Olive Branch Church on sunday Rev. A. Robison officiating. R trains interred in clinker cemetery. A quite a Snow Squall last monday. A politics is quiet Iii Mark township this Spring usually it is Lively. A or. John Rome of Defiance was in Mark Center lust monday on business. A we. Moll of Defiance is going to erect a Large barn in Mark Center this Spring. A mrs dells Van at to of Lima silent several d a with her brother a c. Pineland this week. A Rev. V. C mailing i holding a protract meeting at Gordon Creek Chapel we it very satisfactory results. A mrs. May Cli fab id of Pioneer and miss Alta Crawford of Bryun visited friends at and near Mark Conter i St week. A quarterly meeting at Platter Creek Church next saturday and sunday revery body invited it attend. Rev. Lily prepaid ing elder will be preset. A Sabbath school at Mark Center was Well attended last 8 bbl the. Lit the Good work Continuo and have the Church lie filled every sunday. Hie Sabbath school is a glorious work and we predict a Groat attendance in Mark Center the coming year. Williams Center. A whooping cough a made its appearance among the Little coins of this Vicinity a Rev. Or. Scorn on has purchased one of the Bouses belonging to Eph. Clemmons und will move to our Village ibis week. A or and mrs. Nearing returned tuesday from Wauseon where they were called to at end the funeral of mrs. No a brother David Stoner. Be. Crary moved lust week to the or Aimin farm about six Milos North of denier. John Ramsey will move into the Honse vacated by Crary. Mrs. Rowell a secured the Agency for Quot the Young Folk a Bible. A to Sec the Nook is to buy it. To be prepared to give her your order when she Calls on you it is a Book that should be in every family and is i bin the reach As to i Leo of All. The m. Sabbath school will give an easter conc i april Lith. Time not vet decided presume in the evening. Concert free but a it is children a missionary d a a collection will be taken. An invitation in extended to All. And we shall be glad to receive your offering whatever it May be Nickles dimes quarters and even dollars will not offend us. Annie Oakfield. A hoods Sarsaparilla is on the flood tide of popularity which position it has reached bouts own intrinsic undoubted Merit Moats. A William Nelly a feed Mill nine every sat Rudny. A Home improvements Are being made on the Stiroh at Drake. Be Baylis closed his school last saturday in the shoestring District a or. Smith the prominent merchant at Drake carries a Large Stock. You will do Well by patronizing Nim. I a it is reported that the North Delaware i school dolled with a very in Ere Ting speech from the teacher a bin took very Well. A the Delta ing society in District no. I will be moved to District no 2. Question for debate a resolved that foreign emigration should he several meetings have been held at tilts place relative to ditching mad Creek which were a very important step. Hope they will succeed in getting the state to do the work. Ridgeville and Vicinity. A Rev. Worden has moved Hack to town. A John Schofield his two peddling wagons on the Road now a Thomas Holmes had a Sale on wednesday of last week. A Cally b Croft has been visiting in Defiance for some Elma a Charley Chapman is learning telegraphy in Napoleon at present. A miss Helen Jones of Defiance visited friends in this place last week. A the protracted meetings Are still in Progress there Are a few conversions at present a George Motter a Well respected citizen living on the Napoleon Pike died recently w Ith lung fever. Pm by Wai Outt died at 1 30 p. M., monday. She had consumption. The bereaved fun Biily have the sympathy of All. A Fred Michalak of District two Adams township won tile prize in school Tor having made the most improvement in writing. A Bro. W. Amp Henry has undoubtedly forgot that he was to Rake a trip Over this Way. I presume the bad roads Are the cause. I h Ive an album too and Hope that Bro. H. Will Send me his picture for it and then we pm look after those Mon at the priming office. A the schools Are closed Here now. Or. Chapman received a watch Charm and mrs. Mccord a Glass dish As presents from their pupils. H. L Chapman the efficient postmaster treated the teachers to peanuts m my line declarations were recited and a Good time in general was had on the last Day. Highest of All in Leavening . S. Govt report aug. 17, 1889. Baking powder absolutely pure a i n a to to Shu ii ii Hokey i at 6 per cent. Interest on Typ Al real estate or into Lipe x2tfst7te3.a.itc e3 i All Loans closed up on Short notice. No red tape about it. Good notes discounted at reasonable rates. William Moll. Office in Stone fronts Defiance Ohio with Harris amp Cameron. A he led the German and his Dudish dress was the adm rot Lon of the assembled fair but his Stoat p Ritner Slipper on his favorite Corn. Sensation salvation Oil to the Rescue. Happiness a tin nothing is More provoking than a troublesome cough. Cure it with d. Bulls cough syrup. Price 25 cents. at Harley a lion store. New White goods new embroideries new Cali Coes new Salines new Gingham new zephyrs new Silks new dross goods of All descriptions in All the newest and fashionable shades. Bargain san new goods lowest prices newest styles car pets. C carpets. We have just opened our new carpets ingrain body Brussels tapestry velvets Etc. Lace curtains and new rugs mate Etc. All the new things in dress trimmings Vandyke Points Etc., now opened. New bucking new Bibbons. Great bargains in Wash goods. Shallies Only 8 cents a Yard. Debones a new fabric c cents a Yard. Best line of dress Satin is at 12 l2cents a Yard Ever shown in the City. Trade at the big lion store. Tho finest line of new and Choice goods in the City. Harley a lion store

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