Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
23 May 1890

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23 May 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - May 23, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance Gnu flu 335epublican vol. . De Fiance county Ohio Friday. May 2 j. 1800 Chas. E. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance. Ohio. 306�?for Sale. Go acre farm in Section so f a Glaize township Paulding county to acres under cultivation Good Frame House and i other building. Price 2,600. 308 for Sale is acres in Section 7, Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Price 1,700. I 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price is Loo. 339 for Sale Corner lot at b. A o. Depot n Defiance desirably located. Price 75o. 348�?for Sale 40 acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price a Iai. 352 for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Dela War township. If sold soon will tako800. 0 357�?for Sale 20 acres Oast of canal inspection i. Price 475. 8a,e v pc 14 in Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price Akk. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. A a 368-1 or Sale one or the Best farms in Defiance county. Leo acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Long the nest in the county Frame House two stories 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price 60 per acre with half Cash a reduction of 10 per acj�&r�ft8h the a rare bargain. T Ean food hotel property near b. A o. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between and and 4th streets on clan in. A Good paying investment. Price Only 6,000. J 370 for a Sale House and lot on Holgate Price 3 ooo10�1 the perk Lnu a property. 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. Price 3,600. A a Man. No. 23. A. Vav a he we Oll flub a Good Chance for the right 396 Lear ii for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co., near Holgate 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 26, Delaware township on it. Wayne Road. Price 22 per acre. Must be sold at once. 406�?for Sale House and lot for 660. On easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?for Sale 40 acres in . Is Delaware township 26 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price 2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. 414�?225.00 will Purchase a House and lot in East Defiance. Call at once. 412�?for Sale House and lot6rooms, Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price 1500. 7 if�r2ale tot 86 in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price 250. 419-Fprsale, lot is. Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms _. Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed miscarriage at the office at Oil hours to show property free of expense Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o. Money i am daily making Loans on improved real estate in Northwestern Nio 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. Sherwood and Vicinity. A Council meets monday evening of each week at the clerk a office. Gap h0i1� me a tuesday evening in k. P. Hall. Regular meetings. 3le Raml Orient meet Hon wednesday a Quot a a thursday evening taken up by prayer meeting. The reformed and m. E churches evening Knight of pythian meet in their Hall Over the drug store also extra sessions of the grand Orient. ?,v Awn up by meetings of the g. A. R. In k. P. Hall c. E. Bide commander. 1 members of the Council Are John g Openlander c. W. Kyle Emannel Miller fender y Boom and John k Al officers of the grand Orient Are As Fol grand pad Shaw a Rand 1 Abha John k. Allen a amp a sax?"�?1 �8a a a the no building has been 20i be pc cupid a inside of 20 Day Sherwood will have the finest fourth class office in the country. A Eusebius Reyff has been appointed Een in of de aware township. The the Hairol or two and the Bend and 7f�l Moats in i veil to population of Delaware township to 1600. A George Hellier ba9 been very sick the tend an 66 or get a a it la in at it a few. Sabbath school started at the Union Church 5 Miles Northwest of Sherwood. This Church was dedicated two weeks ago being just recently erected. A Philip Johns has been working 5 Miles Bevine Ben 1 in Paulding county laying a dwelling foundation. After its erection he will also do the plastering. Is working in Paulding. Donald Coulter and win. Kretzer Are work to. A a al8�l Henry Rock or. F m w ni18 Runn a hands it Irwin Gordon a 8.m. Moon. And George behind guru on the contract was let to d. Of Kuhn at 15 cents per Rod. A a Good Deal of fishing has been done along mean Creek Here lately. The usual Fisherman Luck is generally reported a or. F l Miller was successful in Senor my a Well of excellent water on his farm. A miss Sarah v. Prueser will Tench the school in District a 4, also or. John b. Mucor cd Tho school in District no. 5, next Winter. They Are both successful teachers deep Quot monln0r 18 Worklin for Henry j two weeks Quot a mrs three township. A win Longsmith and wife guests of her father in South recently. Were the Defiance a Eda Grogg of this place i for mrs w. Ii. Webber of Sherwood. Working , if Tomta a Quot Quot a a Quot in Quot i in Quot j a Quot a Quot Baen doing some Plant -l.l8, 1ienry Langdon for the past Susie Carpenter is very sick. Ti10 Quot Chaffer has purchased the re liable Defiance Wagon manufactured by i oter Hickman it Defiance. A a great Many of our banners went toward Egypt to buy Corn the past week. Or. F l Miller has gained n great reputation in these parts As a local Vete Narv surgeon. A Reuben Williams of Yilli amp is county Jyh Chi Long relatives in this Vicinity last a John w. This week. Kuhn is erecting a granary a one of so ingless twin mules was acc Dently killed recently. A a. J. Carpenter is treating his House with a new coat of paint a some of the inmates of the childrens Home Are afflicted with the mumps. A Frank l. Miller is engaged in making a drive and tubular Well for p. Schlosser a Bon of Defiance. A John Miller of Defiance plastered Gor Mon Silers new House last week. A a valuable cow belonging to John c. Kuhn died on the 13th from the excess of Green Clover. Jack Fry and son of Defiance were in these parts buying rags and Iron last week. A Jacob h. Robertson has returned from a weeks visit among relatives at Tiffin and Fostoria. In ho8 be a a la co a lot of fish caught in the River this Spring. A a Hoot sold a lot of Hay to some ton a 8t to rate or $ a pc it Wrogg is hauling his Wood to the school House this week Iii District no. 4. Pot Hela wore spent the kith with her Parente. The Young men of Tbs place have Corners ground to Langdon a in a Ltd 1� working i let had a lot of Wood sawed Wall paper Ala Bastiste All colors some Corn a John p. Wissler sports a Brand buggy and harness. New top an in Sentinel in Ohio. No37 h. G. Baker. Lawyer and loan agent. Switzer brother a a Wui Dipp Are work my on the new Post office building. Uni pc Rhea tiffs Ter the new Sherwood paper is being edited by James a. Ritter formerly new no Neery 0hi� the 8heefc presents a clean newsy appearance and is pavement Over the Sherwood every respect. Alex. Mccaskey and e. J. Potter sell Hanger med and Roady for the Hanger. C. O. Bowker furnishes paper and hangs it harmonizes colors and does a first does a first class Job. Lov the la,rfe880k of new drugs in town is in Rock s and Lehman a office. Or. C. W Kyle also received a Large Supply of new drugs from Chicago last week. Every doctor h office in town looks like a drug store. A we Horn that soft Man Mott the editor Fiji Sims. Main defunct is Mak ing efforts to Start a paper in Scott a town Muse St Futh of Paulding eleven Miles. Mott did favor the West end of Delaware township in having a Bill passed Turea fir precinct in the Chio Legisla a re Nance p in sed for the Extension of a ass 8outh Side of the Railroad on ba"l80n Street also ordinance passed requiring chimneys Aud stovepipes to be kept to we in al8� bib of avowed to Tor services As marshal. A Henry Huffman intends to make a trip to Tennessee Georgia and Alabama and if prospects Are favourable he will invest some capital in Southern property. A while Over near Farmer Center recently d. F. Openlander a horse broke Loose and mashed his cart and Tore his harness. The horse was caught about a mile from where he started and d. F. Was spared a a Snail child of Elmer Partee died on toe lot inst the bereaved have tin sympathy or Tho Community in their affection. A a singing school has been organized at Salem Church h. E. Partee instructor. A Overly is now engaged in the butchery brain ass with John Baker of Defiance. Abe is an expert in the Busic Nesb. A Samuel w. Burk will hold a Public Sale at his mothers residence thursday May a to he will dispose of horses cattle hogs and a full line of farming implements a Alexander Hane purchased 40 acres of land of Sam Burk consideration #2,000 Cash. Or. Hane will move thereon in the near future. A John Hana is the owner of one of the finest specimens of the Short Horn Breed in the county. Agricola. Fred last week John Delabar has rented growing of a d. Grogg. Adams township. Tile heavy Rains last week hindered the Farmers from planting Corn. Win Allen ban purchased a new Monitor wind Niillo Ettie Damborg begun her term of school in District no. 2, last monday. A Simon Croiger is driving to Well at a. A. Metz a saw Mill. P. J. He Wortzel has purchased a Fine Jersey cow. A Ryder has his new House completed. Rev. W. P. Dimka had a Little girl babe come to live with them last sunday. A the Baas Ball club of this place had a Fine game last saturday t , Reju goes and friends surprised John Metz last saturday night it being Bis int Odny. He received an elegant rocking kfcc., Etc. Or. A a. Scott drug store Cor. Clinton and third its. Here and there. Washington township a a. F. Pollock Bas just returned from a pleasant visit in Glenmore school numbers to dirty nine scholars Thih Mulligan entertained relatives saturday and sunday. Tiffin township a Madam Rumor says there will be a wedding soon. A. Or. Ora Hood will take charge of the Spangler school tee ensuing Winter debt ver adds to Ole looks of his farm by erecting a to of Quot Oak Jennie Cameron will go to Toledo in the near future. Quarterly meeting at Rural Chapel last bund a. Owing to the i clemency of the weather the attendance was not As Large As Shafer has purchased a new truck Wagon. Jno. Hane lost a valuable Mare or. Tenpin a professed veterinary surgeon did the work. Our census of manufactures. On the so Day at Juno the work of col of us fun tire for the report of Tho eleventh census will be in augur Tel throughout the entire country wholly my the huh re Ort Rabat depend w Holly upon the accuracy and thoroughness with which manufacturers answer the questions propounded. The a cd air. A the Fox Hunters Las saturday did quite Well they captured four Young foxes. A g. Mccord of Evansport was through these parts Selling machinery the other Clay. W. N w Woodward and wife visited at Ewells last sunday. Local. Ridgeville Ano Vicinity. A i have been troubled with chronic sore eyes for forty five years and during that time i have used Many different remedies but have never found any that seemed to do me any Good until i procured a Box of chamberlains Eye and skin ointment i have used Only about one third of the Box and can truthfully any i have never had my eyes to feel As Well nor look As Well us they do now. I expect to cure them entirely with the ointment Ben Heath Dow City Iowa. 25 cent boxes for Sale by j. L. Scott a j May Moats. A Long Muddy trip on Shanks. A the Street running East and West to the elevator was recency graded and no doubt i recently. Be pa88able this is a move in the right direction. A Henry Sill will labor in the Timber the coming season. A Frank Smith purchased a new Turnbull Wagon recently. Jim old Martin Kuszmaul formerly a rest Dent of this Vicinity visited these part a or. Cory and trading horses. G. Hannon have been Uuereb Wuu inc dead he was sent to n Quot by a bottle of whiskey and thought Herd Sample it tie was perfectly a dead a Quot Chlof of for several hours. Or. Cory worked Iii end just returned from she has been attend recently. William Roush erected a new wind Mill master Jacob Bodmar came near being numbered with the dead he was sent to carry. Woul drunk ror several hours. Or. Cory worked with him a Long time and at Jan brought Nim out. This by would to a warning to Small boys and men too. A Clara Tubbs has. Loraine county where is ing school. Frlan l e. E. Root of Adams was in tyls place saturday evening. R Walcutt visited in Williams county saturday and sunday. Xiv. B. Tubbs has purchased a new Deering Binder of the agent a. G. Mccord. Arrangements have been completed for decoration Day. Captain Bowker of Liberty Center Woll deliver the address. A or. And mrs. Henry Walcutt attended be Andade a is age near Napoleon a this 140. Town has a population of about mrs. Sarah Rock and her daughter Ella will Marc for Wood and Crawford counties and Michigan for a visit this week. A Rev. Bailey has moved into the new parsonage John Woodall has moved in d f. Openlander a House on main Street Niau Eri Hendrickson has moved into Chaa. Gillispie a dwelling. V Shook is putting up two cisterns for parties near Ney. Also two Twenty bar to or g l re Caw of Farmer. J. V. Is the machinery to manufacture cisterns on Short notice. Miss Orlea Mcdowell is Kyi. Me Ders. Dressmakers have All the work at present which they can do. Rry a ?�ec0,unt7 convention of the w. C. T. 24th in Berwood May 23d and a Many much needed improvements have been made on the Kiistner is improving rapidly in i Hab discovery. It can be obtained through Jacob Kintner agent. A a Wesley Shong Bas been employed for the season at Carpenter work by a t tractor in Bryan. A Jacob Kintner has suffered a severe at ack of Dowel complaint he is recovering but very slowly. Cd. M. Kintner and v. A Fine Fence go for Wesley Johnson. Great Many hogs were sold and taken to Wauseon last week a a. G. Emery has burned. A Kiln of 13000 tile miss Pitta Kyle at present miss Adan a Weaver of Melberne. Ohio at j. K. Allen iia. A. Parker will finish their ditch Job in Paulding in a few Days and then Dan will begin bus old Trade car entering. A great Deal of sickness is Ragl Nir through these parts sat this writing. The doctors Are kept Busy. D l Baylis will teach the Brunersburg Tel Al Toni intr girl Ifni. Kintner and ranges. Everybody praises the jewel Tatami?0 Tarse 8tock of a Seral hardware nails Iron of Etc., paints and oils in end Leep var1iei? the car Load spouting and roofing a specially. Keystone Block Clinton Street. Defiance Ohio. 40_ Switzer Brothers. Washington township. William Walker re roofed his horse shed. A Owen Ginther put up of picket Fence for a h. Weber and 30 rods for b. D. Lintz last Friday. Or. Gin Der is working Iron King picket machine and the work he does cannot be excelled. Any one wishing a machine of this kind will do Well Indwells 88 he is agent for Defiance and Williams county. Sane Snyder is improving slowly. Or. Natick and family moved to Indiana last monday. P�7eiv�?T bobs on preached at pleasant l wa8i a a has a exec appointment at that place will be sunday june 1st. A the citizens of Ney and Vicinity Are preparing for decoration Day. A mrs. Clara Dean went to Defiance last week to spend a few Days with friends. Last jweek.dreft8 lost a three rear old Colt school the coming Winter. A a. A. Parker will work for i. E this we of. 1j�bn Swartz is employed to work the new Bryan court House at present. Miss Alsada Shong is slowly recovering from a sever attack of sickness. A the Creamery Man is again on Doty. He makes two trips a week. Pays to cents for Cream and to cents for eggs. A Geo. Kuszmaul and his Mother visited her son in Hicksville sunday. A prayer meeting was Well attended sunday evening. A a sort of a lecture will be delivered saturday night it the North Delaware school House by a so called reformed drunkard from Michigan. A nearly All the Winter schools Are engaged for the Winter. A preparations Are being made for another band entertainment some time in the intended that Rev. Steiner will Denver his Farewell sermons next sunday morning and evening at the congregational Church. Sermons at 10 30 a.m., and 7 30 p. M. Everybody should attend. A sheep shearing has commenced a Edward Higbea of West Ridge gave this place a Call sunday. Now working in Ciara Andreva mock Bryan visited their parents sunday. Bercaw fave Moats a Call while on her Way to her summer school a a tired All the Are having splendid weather for la is a. Sol i d hands ame cake of scouring soap which is no equal for a 11 clean i no purposes except1 in file lamp sundry to use k is to value the. Vil Jet we. Sappho do Why it jul clean paint make Oil Statha Bright and give the floors tables and shelves a new appearance. It win take the grease off the dishes and off the pot. And pants Means a we knives and Forks with it and make the tin things Shine brightly the Wash Basin the hath tub Eyen the Greasy Kitchen sink will be a clean As i pm you 086 Sapolio. One cake will prove All we say be a Clever housekeeper and try it. Swab dior us Man. Thebes is but one Saporo Enoch Morgan s sows co., new York. A Melchior bras. And Short hand school. A a Liszt jars Quot a Cor a a a a a Madison ste., Toledo old women Tor Fine la mtg eur sep it irate of yotm4 Afik Snaw sars s5sa?? w. Pm. A we Oata this birdaa11�?T of Hicksville was Iii this Vicinity last week on insurance Busi Akk Suie is of knife or wil1 vvil80n with Quot Gerfe Mathima and brother were through Here last week . Appeafi8 a Bat commissioners Are ldovy.,p a thing jobs of Graveling in this township. The roads in this township kl7be"� my Quot by 0nel,t 10 be the Chat file assessor of this town did t get through with Bis work last week. A a delayed considerable by bad 8tabey True land appraiser is township 8 r Farnis of Thia a Quot or. C. W. Kyle and wife of Sherwood spent sunday with their son h. J. Kyle and family of this place. Y j Hriz to vote Amer bought a 40 acre farm teeters Price paid $1,450. Or. Mcfeeters has the privilege of staying on the farm until fall. A Ying on a one of George Rentzos horses took Bick while on his Way to Bryan. There is not much Hope of its recovery. South Tiffin. A there will be memorial services at the Rural Chapel sunday May 25 the the Joseph Rath Post of Evansport will be in attendance. Everybody is cordially invited to attend. A a a. A h. Pontius is visiting with relatives at Elkhart ind., this week. Kuhn and family it of Defiance were guests of John c. Kuhn last sunday Roberts of Defiance officiated. A a the trustees of this township sold a Iob of grading the South line of Section no. 3 a say Many poor men overworked of Are of season climate Sod Woiten. Who seem by change the ,,is a bib come it oni people we Oil it has restored to health Yon would inns Hal 1 �fdt8 Snerl has this is Iiri possible Why not try hoods Sarsaparilla yourself and thus realize its Benefi tit will tone and build up your system give you a Good appetite overcome that tired feeling and make you feel As one woman expresses it a like a new in a j. He wants to add his name. Permit me to add mine to your Many other certificates in commendation of the great curative properties contained in Swift s specific. S. Set is certainly one of the Best tonics i have Ever used. John w. Daniels Anderson . Pimples and blotches. Having for the past four or five years been troubled with pimples and blotches on my face and body and finding no Relief in any of the chemically prepared soaps and medicines prescribed for me by physicians i concluded to try your s. S. 8. Remedy and have found great Relief in the same four bottles Clearing my skin entirely. I cheerfully recommend your Medicine to All who Are in the position that i have been in. You can use this letter and my name As a testimonial to the merits of the 8. 8. A. Remedy. Alfred p. Robinson 320 Sansom St. San Francisco. Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free. Swift specific co., Atlanta a. Adams township a Jim. Hues or k has built an addition to his Houm. De. Santo did the Carpenter \vork.Chas. Blo Lack Aud Henry Gerlien contracted to make 7,000 clipboards for widow Potter. Miss Annie Ludern amp a is doing House work for fret Kittner of de Hance. Frank mummers made his last Call of assessment last . De. Conkle and wife visited in Paulding last saturday and boys had a game of base Ball last saturday afternoon. The North boys against the son the. Last wednesday morning the Snider bros., opened their first Kiln of tile for this season. The demand was so great that in three hours afterwards Tho tilt were Al gone. Tony Fronk sold a horse to Butch r Baker of Merl Hugh was in Henry county last week on business Noble township a but. Pontius delivered a very Able Sermon to the people at Salem sunday Clemens plastered a House for Henry Mack,.irvin spitter is District number 4.several in have been erected on the fair Kazmier treated his Windmill to a new coat of Robin have built an addition to their shanty. Wild Flower. A new York society fad. Among the unique and pleasant entertainments of the Winter in new York have been Tho four Povlock teas at the Clermont a resort which commands a Lino View of Tho Hudson. At this place fashionable gatherings have taken place at which Many prominent society people were present. In rank Leslie a illustrated newspaper this week the Hon. Chauncey m. Depew is represented As the Center of a group it one of these teas. On the opposite Page pie mires Are Given of the ii on. William Mckinley jr., while making his great argument in favor of Protection. Personal interests of every manufacturer Are involved in the character of in report on manufactures. It will be quoted for the next ten years is the official announcement of the Rel Industrial con ssh. C7u"try� wild Quot i be tile basis for ant future legislation that May be on acted in regard to Hie wants of our people whether engaged in agriculture or mechanical pursuits. Therefore it is of vital importance to each manufacturer that an a corp to report shall be made. J he superintendent of census has taken every possible precaution in the preliminary work to make this census Complete and satisfactory and the Earnest co opera Tion or those engaged in productive in try is All that is now necessary to secure valuable results. Menu no Turer should Bear in mind that his answers to the questions relating to his Busine Are held strictly confidential Are not disclosed to any comp Ester or to other persons and Are not used by the government As predicate for the purposes of taxation or License or in any Way to adversely affect his individual business. This Assurance is printed on each schedule Over the signature of the superintendent of census the expert special agent in charge of this Branch of census work or. Frank it. Williams has personally visited the principal manufacturing centers and consulted representative manufacturers the publishers or Trade journals and practical business men generally for the purpose of ascertaining the proper scope of Tho inquiry for each Branch of manufacture. The question contained Iii the census schedules Are those suggested by the manufacturers and other persons most interested in the Progress of the country and cover ground absolutely essential to the proper presentation of it Industrial conditions and resources. The Best result. Evry ingredient employed in producing Hood s Sarsaparilla is strictly pure and is h?81 a a kind it ii possible to buy. All Tho roots and herbs Are carefully selected personally examined and Only Tim Best retained. So that from the time of Purchase until hoods Sarsaparilla Isire pared everything is carefully watched with a View to attaining the Best result. Why done to you try it j highest of All in Leavening it. S. Govt report aug. If 1889. Powder absolutely pure i i w Kory i at 6 per cent. Interest on Al if estate Sci Rita i3sts cri5.tce3 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 Obio with Harris amp Cameron. at Harley a lion store. Of 8,1 <ie8cri>tions�?Tin carpets. C carpets. We Havo just opened our new carpet. Ingrain body Brussels tapestry velvets Etc 8 Trion Ming Vandyke Points Etc., now opened. N0w backing new Bibbons. Lace curtains and new bugs Mats Etc. All the new things in jaw Kish room great bargains in Wash goods. Shallies Only 5 cents a Yard. Deboles a new fabric 6 cents beat Hue of a a a locate a a shown in the City. Trade at the big lion store. The Harley a lion store

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