Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
16 May 1890

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16 May 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - May 16, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance a county 3e5epubiiran vol. Xxxiii. Chas. E. Bronson a real state Exchange Defiance Ohio. Me ppr Salm More farm in boat Ion 30, f 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgat Defiance Defiance county Ohio Juday May 10, 1890. No. 22. A Glaize township Paulding county to acne tin rec n diva Onnig Quot of Frame House and other buildings. Price taboo. 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7, Noble township Defiance county Good buildings x new $1,700, 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price is Loo. 339�?forsalo. Corner lot at b. A 0. Depot Aio aqf6 a desirably located. Price $750. »4��?for Sale 40 acres in pleasant town a nip blog House Frame Kitchen a Good Well a Moo Fence to acres under cultivation. Price 352�? for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Delate township. If 801 1 8000 w111 take $800. 357�?for Sale 30 acres East of canal in Section i Price $475. 8ale�?T 14 a Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price #100. This is arara Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. Jon for Sale one of the Best farms in Defiance county. 160 acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loarn then a f 1� county Frame House two stories 82x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price to per acre with half Cash a reduction of to per act a a to it re a Hhd thaw 18 it Raro bargain. Tit a 7 Sale a Good hotel property near to. Amp j. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between so and 4th streets on Clin a Koo 1 paying investment. Price Only 6,000, known As the Perkins property nay a too 387�?for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price $1,200. 394-for Sale so acres in Section 1$. Deal of a we ship 70 acres under plow Good i building All tiled and in Good shape. I uie $3,600. A Good Chance for the right Home again. Long live the tribes of Johnson. May their foot ants continue to be found throughout the length and breadth of the Northwest that was the expressed will of four pilgrims of they looked away to the Forest hedged horizon. Ona had secured a wife another recreation a third found the greater part of his wild lands covered with a body of water that would have made a fairly Good play ground for an Ocean Steamer while another had satisfied himself that the Cicero Post office was is i a on Earth and that it was not at ail Nee. Scary to nose around among the Bull rushes for a second Moses to take the place of the present incumbent fruits plenty. Price $7,200,�?T cih$2,40o\ Cali 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 $650. On easy payments in South Defiance. 407-Fer Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township25 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. 414�?$225.0o will Purchase a House and lot in East Defiance. Call at once. 412�?for Sale House and lot6rooms, Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1600. Lot i to Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $25o. Memorial Day a the following committees have been appointed by Bishop Post g a. It. To assist in completing arrangements for memorial Day it committo of general arrangements we f. Andrews Geo. Farted Hiram Hawk w h. Miller James w. Hilt. Committee on music t. It. Carroll e. Ii Mallet a b. A via committee on speakers stand Hiram Hawk we. Andrews w. Ii. Miller. Committee on finances p. E. Helpman i m w in Carpenter Leo. Dick. 1 committee on marking Graves Den Mer a Siren Frank Duck. Rio it re note Ltd. A pro Rny j r. Oldfield Geo. W. Deatrick l. E. Beardsley. Committee on carriages a j. Hickey c. Kesselmeyer h. T. May. Committee on Flowers oils Iii of town Day Bol ouch crossing. A heavy Rains Here last week. John to Henville is on the mend. Blowing Corn is now the order of the a the Farmers Here have fun laced sowing Oats. R a Dick Chaffer Bas been hauling Staves to i a to Unce. Leo. I my i is chopping stove Wood for h Birley. John Hill at Defiance Bert Ball is working tory Defiance. Butcher lurch and coffer last week. Working in the paper Mill in Holstone a fac wife visited goo. Albert Elliott Nat. Vanduser and Minisei we. Palmer Steve Spurgeon. J. W. Leach j. H. Brubaker a. Kehnast w. Iii. Briden mass Anna Hesse Swartz visited Hiser last week. Mrs a. Haugh h. B. Hailer Eli Chetty Field. John Mon c. Block l Gotova Shirley Ben Abbot Dan w. Towle. John beef Carpenter Stephen j. John a. Front sold Horne i Swart. Last a Eok. A Fine calf to or. A a is Forsa Loti. Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms a a Well it Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. War Carriage at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense Chas. E. Bronson. Defiance o. A a Money i am daily making Loans on improved real estate in Northwestern Hio 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. Home Sweet Home those words Drift into the soul of a weary wanderer like the Blessing that came to Jacob after his All night wrestle at the Well. Home Sweet Home even the Bridges one of which has never been paid for even the streets one of which was named after Hopkins but is now about to be carpeted with broken Astone even the Yanul that basks in the sunlight like a thing of life tickles the Eye of the Home Comer Aye tickles the Eye even As Hail stones sugar and mint tickles the palate of the Fisher Man who bobs for eel or Bass at the dam. Home again. The careful House wife stands at the door. The Light that beams in her eyes is far softer far More Beautiful than the purple flood of Light that runs Down from the Harvest Moon. The Bloom is on her Cheek the expectant lip is like the Berry that ripens in the deepest Shade. Her hand is open and Welcome plainly portrayed in every movement of her features and Graceful figure. But a fateful vagrant disturbs the peace of the meeting. A Hen swoops Down upon the loved the petted the pampered Flower bed. The Home Comer takes a position far in the rear to watch the Progress of the Battle. That Long Graceful Arm casts a stick with remorseless Force and strike not the Hen but the Man who is trying to get Back to the bosom of his family. What would Home be without such incidents. What would a woman be come if Bhe could not occasionally kill off her neighbors hens in that sort of a Way Defiance. Ohio. No37 h. G. Baker. Lawyer and loan agent. Switzer Brothers co is co co ii la go is e a a celebrated and ranges. Everybody praises the jewel ,.i?e Tock of Gem eral 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. 40 Switzer Brothers. But who is that standing at the head of the stairway garbed in White and crowned with Golden hair with eyes that rival in color the Blue Beils in far away Meadows. Whose voice is that that comes peeling Forth As Clear As the notes of a Silver Bell a i want my mama a who is that that two minutes later wants a my papa a the afternoon Nap has Lent to the Little one the Rosy color of morn the vigor of autumn and when the wanderer stretches his weary limbs on a sofa several feet too Short for Comfort and is assisted in getting out the Story of his travels by sturdy infantile Knees that beat a Tatoo upon his breast he is filled with a realizing sense that he is Home again. Home again. Once More at the old desk end the Mill begins to grind. Duns from doctors lawyers merchants newspaper men Coal dealers ice men a. They All want Money and they want it right away. They need it in their business far into the night the grind goes on. The hour comes when night has driven her car half around the Sable heaven. You Are just getting interested in the grist before you. Two hours later you Lay away the working tools and make a calculation. You find it will Toke you two or three Days yet of hard labor to make up for lost time. That is the Price of your Outing. You think it comes High but when at last you retire the cares that have pitched their tents around you Are forgotten As recollections of the Holiday pass in procession before you and it is Only when you awake in the morning that you fully realize that you Are at Home again or. Booth again interviewed. Since our Issue wherein Tho reporter Cave an interview with or. Booth in which we mentioned his system of doing Bunn is the following question has been asked a if . Ii., h. Co., Are such Good doctors and Are maxing so Ninny wonderful cures and helping so Many sick people whore other doctors have failed Why do they travel it would seem they would have enough to do having put Tho Eon no nil rum to the dr., he at once answered that for twelve years they have had Large offices located in Muskegon Michigan with All needed appliances Tor the treatment of chronic Dis theft ,1ln 1� their new methods i heir Success had in Many of the so called hopeless cases been so far beyond the expectations of their patients or friends that h3e8o, those who had been of r her m f in8tl4te. To come or Send one of their doctors to the town in which the patient resided to see some person unable to go to the Home office for treatment it ame a hat by making such visits we were enabled to see hundreds of persons who for various reasons could in no other Way Avail themselves of our treatment and it enabled us the More rapidly to show to the world that we can Amido under 7 our inet hods which under any other treatment could not be permanently Benet Ted. The Case As taken by the physician can at any time be carried before the medical Board thereby securing a a Tail a a a a a number of Tho very Best physicians and surgeons. We Are also asked it we will take cases no cure no we u coflt8 Tho patient More than it does in the regular was we Are now so Well known and our ability to help the patient if the Case is curable has become an established fact that very few y g kind the patient honestly desiring to be cured is willing to for what he gets and the thousands of poor throughout Michigan and Ohio who we have cured gratuitously during ties years Are living witnesses that we never accept what we have not doubly earned m e do not profess to be cheap doctors and it to our Superior skill and knowledge which the patient pays for As Well As the remedies. Anyone Clin procure three times the amount 0v,e woul 1 five him for half at h8ur Ince has he that he has got the right kind or what amount his Case requires. Arsenic and Are often used in certain Learned physician but wish to prescribe it for neighbors. The knowledge of How and when to use Many kinds of drugs is vastly More important than simply knowing the drug. In Short said the doctor we give the very Best remedies known i replied by ourselves and strictly pure. As to our methods and our Success we can show More cases treated and More cures made than any other doctors in either of Tho states in which we practice. Our books assertion. A ln8pectl�n Tor proof of or la. Annj a Cooley of Junction Al i Ted Geo. Ball last week if 8�mael Hill la ditching for a. J. Kiser. No Lias two Hundred feet to dig. A Jess Brown is hauling Timber to Defiance this Spring. He has a Large Job or. And mrs. Joseph bail entertained Large number of their friends. May till or. Welsh Bas returned from Tiffin where be hns been visiting. To reports wheat prospects very bad Over there or. And mrs. Kiser of Fostoria visited Here last week. They went from Here to grand Lodge. Mich., where they will visit. Miss Ida m Krontz. Of East Defiance has been sick with typhoid fever for Somo time. She is under Tho care of or. M Stevens and is improving. I have been troubled with Chrome sore Eves for forty tic years and during that line i have used Many different remedies but have never found any that seemed to do to any Good until i procured a Box of chamberlains Lye and skin ointment i have used Only about one third of the Box. And can truthfully any i have never halt i my eyes to feel As Well nor look As Well As they do now. I expect to cure them entirely with the Lontin it Ben Heath Dow Gity Iowa. 25 cent boxes for Sale by j. L Scott 3f a Wall. Paper Alaba Stike All colors Jwj. Scott drug store Cor. Clinton and third its. Bit Southerton. Or. Monks Trade is increasing. Mrs. Clemens is on the sick list. 8. P. Brown lost a valuable cow. A. W. Jones was in Defiance tuesday. A. Daub is doing a Good business College notes. Tuz Quot pm Clyl Ren it Hnz a class has been formed tills wok for a six weeks Drill. B. Daniel Mills and horses. Phillip Heron traded Myers has moved to Puld Moore has returned from Samuel ii lug Center. John w. Tenn i bore is Somo talk of Boring for Oil Southerton. Nicholas Schoonover Purchin cow of e. J. Hale. I to Kent Nero a school Begay in8t monday he has his own Home school. Or. Pm Willna i is also teaching. U1 at i miss Alice Cline of the class of he has been heard from. She is at pres n Francisco. I 1 shorthand department Hod their photos taken last week. The girls of the ?mttm.sdarrtment8 Arra Edff a a Bitting i a miss Hall finished the recently it it in 8 1 so a Fine j 1 a a teachers Comal i a a 1, it it May Ai i books like the rest of Hor much credit work set of Loos Ber a David Grant is getting out lies for tile o. L a m. Railroad. Michael Doenges and Jim Hoffman Are in Tho tile business of ten hah a ,l0<>l two Miles North of the College. He began work he will Board at Tho College Tho dormitory. Monday. And room at Washington township. Is kept Busy repairing factory started John West strychnine diseases by the Bow Many would themselves or their or. Booth will be at Defiance saturday and sunday May 17th and 18th. Also june 21st and 22d. M. Shady Corners. Set toss week Tate a ,4jssr&Quot, wearing 11 in a ver he a Crawford has been suffering with heart disease but is a Little better. A Farmers Are becoming despondent be continued Coli a is do wet ?111 011 Hartshorn of Mark Center has become heir to a Small pension which he should have had years ago. A Nellie Dickman is months term of school a a Shady corned i he Moderator has been in school twice. Reports everything in once or Good con even the Holiday is not without some Merit. If spent in a profitable Way it brings peace of mind to the worn out worker. It lends vigor to mind and body. It Leada Over a rough Portage to a Bay where the Waters Are smooth and the sailing Clear. It often Rives the Mountain and lets through the Light of the Sun of truth to the weary toilet. It has enabled the worker to safely surmount the Mountain and it will do so again. It is often As a Compass to the bewildered Mariner. The Holiday is a great Boon. Edition 1 a John greek is again the victim of bad Bim a to a but Art y burned. Causing Bim to buy ail new belts. Although or greek has been shamefully dealt with yet r by amp to us get with Tho Leht Assurance that people generally regard him sympathies a amp and bearer of their old foot. Struck the Golden mean Quot As a blood purifier. The Detroit face. A a d. Muller harness. The sugar Grove cheese up last monday. Pc. F. Goffer had a jaw suit before Baker j. P. Last tuesday. The Council bes agreed to build a Ca Laboose in the Village of Ney. A will Lyntz moved on his 20 acre farm last week and will try farming. Commend d her school at Sand Hill College last monday. Of la. Clark returned from the monday morning sound and Well. Ski it lilt 8"t�rdny and sunday bight. Rather severe on the fruit crop. 1 he rain last Friday and saturday delayed Corn planting for at least one week. A Joseph Lihty lost n Brood sow last week for which he paid #20 about a month ago. Jacob Coiler trailed a horse on a top Huff by with or Corwin of Defiance last week a b. F Kantner bought a morn and buckling Colt last week from George Rentz Price paid $75. Brice Hannah resigned us treasurer of the corporation and w. Ii Muller was appointed in his Stead. 1 the Kantner Brothers have moved their Blacksmith shop which will make it More convenient for them. Remember and subscribe for the Republican and exp eth of it is the Best paper in the county with news from All Over the Globe. I Quot of cry Smith of Ney bought several lots of calves in this Vicinity and shipped a Bibl to Chicago. Ile paid from $2.f>0 to $4.00 per head. A Silas Welker entered into a contract last week with the sugar Grove cheese factory to furnish milk to the factory from fifteen cows for the season. A if you want Good Brussels carpet three ply All Wool and ingrain carpet from 50 cents to $1.00 per Yard Call on d. F Welker Ney and be convinced that can to do better in Northwestern Ohio. A John and George Mcfeeters made a Hying trip to Bryan last saturday. After returning they got a Job of washing sheep near the Railroad Bridge at Ney or probably they were just inspecting the place last they tried the depth of the water. A a tired All the say Many poor men and women who seem overworked. Orlando Vamp Skiver has mrs Jane Vanvlerah. A William Adams and wife visited or Adams parents sunday. Seth o. Mansfield and Wile visited Pel Tives in Hector sunday. Mrs. Mary Ann Moyer and a revolver and a dinner Horn stolen. A Good situation for Tho right Man with a stave factory at Southerton. A Levi Spencer has rented a farm of a. La. Andrews tot a term of five years wfl1or Frederick has purchased horse of m. Lloyd consideration #117.00. Conrad Doenges and family were the guests of Thomas it Mansfield sunday. A William it., sot>1 and lot Vav. Mansfield were in Lima last thursday and Friday. A some of the Noble sons of Paulding a Job by. Were fishing in Powell a Creek Friday a or. Langdon of North Creek is talking of locating in Southerton. He will Start a grocery store. Owen Donaldson traded his farm of so acres situated in Monroe township for prop a try in the Village of Continental. Some people use their religion As they do their Silver plate. They bring it out on Munday and great feast Days but for every Day use they employ a very common kind of crockery a parties living near Southerton needing shoes and books repaired will find it to their interest to Call on Samuel Vav. Mover who will do neat jobs on Short notice. We had some work done at his shop and it gives the Hest of satisfaction. Becca. A one of the Fine Inge editions of shakes pea re which Tho Republic a and exp hash moved in with 80 Ste Neronsky gives to its subscribers has meets i tuesday evenings and As it is Sim. U/t/1&Quot Hud nth no outsiders Are admitted to me m Berushi p. A new departure has taken place in Chapel exec s s. Instead of quotations Only one or two historical topics unassigned there try giving the pupils both j Lort and literature in Sinai nut regular began Ca Sar last tues St amp it of their exceptionally daily dose. A the latin cd ast m 1 leu Lay. Their course for Quot this Yeav was simply a preparation for Ca Sar but As they be now ado to begin it they chose to now and read six weeks ahead course. They have Dono Good work. A prof. Enoch of Lono Pine pa., formerly a teacher in Monongahela College arrived l is Friday night. He takes prof Boyce h place. He is Able energetic and a Good disciplinarian. Home of his losses will be higher arithmetic higher Grammer rhetoric and physical geography a the members of Ore at work on their excises. A this class lie graduating class commencement ex-18 one that deserves special credit not Only for the Good work hey have done hut for the honorable Way ii which they have tested the College special inducements were offered to individual members of the class to graduate elsewhere. They were even offered letters that would place them in the graduating classes of other schools without examination. And these overtures they have indignantly refused instead of drawing then away from the College these direct attacks have simply made them stand firm for it highest of All in Leavening . S. Govt report aug. 17, 1889, you it baking powder absolutely pure of season. In or Are debilitated by Chan. Climate or life. If you read the hundreds of letters praising hoods Sarsaparilla which come from people whom it has restored to health Yon would be convinced of its merits. As this is impossible Why not try hoods Sarsaparilla yourself and thus realize its Benefit it will tone and build up your system give you a Good appetite overcome that tired feeling and make you feel As one expresses it a like a new woman m a j. I rets says a a Hibbard a prepared by the Charles company of this City nip any mean. La is 5 solid handsome cake of scouring soap which has no equal for Ai i cleaning purposes except in the laundry to use it is to value if Rio a two win Sapolio do Why it will clean paint make Oil Clotha Bright and give the floors tables and shelves a new appearance. It will take the grease off the dishes and off the pots and pans. You can scour the knives and Forks with it and make the tin things Shine Bri Ehtle the Wash Basin the Bath tub even the Greasy Kitchen sink will be a clean As a new pin if you use Sapolio. One cake will prove All we so be z Clever housekeeper and try it. A 3 Betake of imitations. These is but one Sapolio Enoch morgans 80ns co., new York. Melchior Bros. And. Short hand school. _ in ovary build Ina Cor. Summit and Madison sts., Toledo. Of devoted to the reunion of Young lax description of course of Atn Riv rut finely illustrated catalogue contain of Adiani Quot Ioaz etc., etc., to Iii a a w. Melchior c. H. Melchior a Neipel from Tho Hicksville news of May 1st, 1890. Gratifying to the judge. ?,e Chi cake time of april 25th, 1890, Columbus april 24th. The school text Book Bdl is now a Law although opposed by a Strong lobby. It provides for a commission which shall decide on a series of text books and advertise for bids to furnish them. Which bids must be at least cent below the present prices if such bids cannot be obtained tile state is to publish text books the Bill which is now a Law is substantially and essentially the same As was introduced in the Ohio legislature by judge i Attu ten years ago. The a lobby a which then by corrupt Means Defeated the Meas-uf0�?Tr7�8 it a next legislative convention at Defiance shamefully backed up by Small and corrupt combination amongst his own political friends in this District it is now Well known that Large sums of Money furnished by the school Book Rin were used in the Way of bribery in the convention to defeat his renomination and even the names of the men who handled the Boodle Are known. In is to be hoped that one of these Days this infamous Trang act Iau May be publicly exposed. It must be Gratifying to judge Patton to know that the a a bail which he put in motion has at last reached its proper Destina-1 Vvs a. Be cause Justice and truth i which he so strenuously advocated Lias at i length prevailed and that the rights and interests of the people and especially the poor and needy who for a Quarter of a Century have been groaning under a system of robbery Ana extortion Are at last recognized. The measure As recently enacted will involve annually a saving to the people of Ohio. Of nearly a million of dollars. Rheumatic syrup Wright Medicine has struck the Golden mean in the treat roevfdnenbi0.�ihd.ea&Quot,1 a a an evidence that an honest pure Arni hs16 in not trading the attention of every of at family. To Ibe but one opinion As to its As a family Medicine. A ibis is the read secret of the Success of this wonderful remedy. Its perfect and speedy action in removing All Imp Sead poisonous matter from blood so Homo i pm without if cd 88 a thorough and a w�?Tcl1"�?T�?� a cd 0,4 obituary. Jacob f. Ii Obenberger was born in Wurtemburg Germany july 24th, 1810, and died at Tho residence of his son. Frederick Rothenburger april a Joth 1890, aged 79 years 9 months and 0 Days or. Blithen Berger Carne to America in 1845. He resided in Medina county. Ohio till 1850. To then removed to Henry county where lie died. He was married four times his last wife survives him he was Tho father of eleven children Twenty seven grand Chil Dren. And eight great grand children his funeral was preached at the m. E. Church in Florida by Rev Barker was interred in Florida cemetery. C. D. In children cry for Pitcher s Castoria. Wit i i i b Al e a a i Ai a great Benefit has been secured to the poor by the introduction of or. Bulls cough syrup for it now Only takes 25 cents to cure a cough or cold anybody troubled with rheumatism neuralgia stiff neck or any pain or ache should procure a bottle of salvation Oil at once. Price 25 cents. At 6 per cent. Interest on fed real estate of j life x3ststtf?. A it it i i j 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. Cd goods of a11 Ascriptions in carpets. Carpets. Shallies Only 8 cents a. Yard. Demoizes a new fabric g cents a Yard. Best Lino of dress sat inns it 19 1 o 1 1 j a cwt nuo ,1 egress Bruno at ii scents a Yard Ever shown in the City finest line of now and cd Leo goods in the City. Trade at the big lion Stoke. The Harley a lion store

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