Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
3 Oct 1890

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3 Oct 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - October 3, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance county Republican express. Vol. . Defiance county Ohio Friday. October 3, 1890. No. 42. Chas. E. Bronson s real Petate Mange Defiance Ohio. 308 for Sale so Aero farm in Section 80, f 370�?for Sale House and lot on hol Fate of Flairo township. I ail <11 a county. To ocrn.4 noun in in no a a a Ibe Republica county a bet there Quot ticket. A Glaize township Paulding county co acres a ads cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price 2,60o. 308-for Sale 66 acres in Section 7, Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Price 1,700. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 19. Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price 1,Loo. 339�?for Sale. Corner lot at b. A o. Depot and Flance desirably located. Quot Price $750 348�?for Sale to acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price a Moo. 352�?for Sale 40 acres in Section is Delaware township. If sold soon will take Hoo. 357�?for Sale 20 acres East of Cana in run Noh a a Section i Price 475 Ware township 363�?for Sale lot 14 in Krotz addition to $22.r�?~lr a re most 1 6 8old of once As the Perkin s property. Avenue known Price 3,000. 387�?for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Eood two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame Aru. Price 1.300. 394�?for Sale so acres in Section la Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good by a old Lori 11 tiled and a stood shape. Price 3,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. 396�?for Sale Loo acre farm in Henry co., near Holgate 96 acres cleared Frame barn. A two Story Frame House Well under drained two open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price 7.300. Cash 2,400. Call at once. 399-for Sale 40 acres in Section 36. Delaware township on it. Wayne Road. Price selected from amongst the Ablest Farmers in the county. Placed on a platform of retrenchment and Reform and presented to the intelligent voters of Defiance co., for their careful consideration. Sketches of the candidates. North Defiance. Price 100. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. 368for Sale one of the Best farms in Defiance to unto. 160 acres within two Railes of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories 83x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price 60 per acre with half Cash a reduction of 10 per acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369�?for Sale a Good hotel property near b. A o. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three a tories Between so and 4th streets on Clin on. A Good paying investment. Price Only 8,000. 406�?for Sale House and lot for 660. On easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?far Sale 40 acres in 8eo. 13. 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�?226.00 will Purchase a House and lot in East Defiance. Call at once. 412�?for Hale House and lot 6 rooms Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price 1500. 417�?for Sale lot 86 in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price 260. 419 Lentic in for mile lot 15. Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. A Carriage at the office at All hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. 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 i the amount paid. The Republican express to Duy introduces to the people of Defiance county the faces and histories of the several candidates on the Republic n county ticket save two whose portraits will appear later. This ticket is u splendid one a ticket that no sensible thinking Man be lie Democrat or Republican should hesitate 10 Rota Defiance county i As been for years a hot bed of democracy. So Well entrenched have been the forces of this great party that they have become reckless. The time is auspicious for a rebuke. The people Are the masters not a Little ring of alleged democrats in the City of Defiance. The tax payers of Defiance irrespective of party now Bavo a Chance to unite and elect one of the grandest tickets Ever presented for their Suffrages. Platform county convention. Resold a that the republicans of Defiance county Ohio in convention assembled re ii firm and approve the platform of the last National Republican convention and endorse the record made by Tho present Congress in their efforts to redeem the pledges made therein. Resolved that we endorse the platform of the last Republican state convention and our support to the ticket there Nom Orat c townships in the county. Or. Crane would in Ake a Good sheriff. He is Young vigorous and possesses abundant ability and we know the voters of this county will make no mistake if they Call him to fill that High office. Vote for John j. Crane for sheriff. Due and stopping interest on 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 mated. Resolved that in Hon. Joseph h. Brigham the Republican candidate for Congreve in this District we recognize the faithful Champion and devoted Friend of every material interest affecting the people of this District and pledge to him our zealous Aud enthusiastic support resolved that the Large feb an i High salaries received by the county officials of this county Are greatly in excess of the value of the services rendered by them As compared to the Price of labor and produce. That this fact results in disgraceful and corrupt efforts on the part of the dominant party to secure and retain official positions and that the time has arrived when the aggregate salary and fees of every officer of this county should is reduced to a sum not exceeding twelve Hundred dollars a year increased by a sum sufficient to pay actually needed clerk hire. And we Call upon the legislature of Ohio to enact such Laws As will reduce official salaries and emoluments to the figures above suggested and providing that All fees and compensation in excess of that sum shall be converted into the county Treasury. Resolved that we denounce the action of the recent democratic county convention held in this City for their hypocrisy in professing their Friendship for the Farmers in their platform and then practically barring them from All part or place on their ticket. Bim. He possesses rare judgment is Well educated and in event of election will make just each a commissioner As the Central county in the great agricultural District of the state Bas needed for years. He is clean handed Man and if the voter Are honest in their claims that they want a re publican member of the Board now is the time to or they should forever their peace. Hold la is a solid handsome cake of scouring soap which has no equal for All cleaning purposes excedrin Hie laundry to use if is to value if who amp to will Sapolio do Why it will clean paint make Oil cloths 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 brightly. The Wash Bael the hath tub even the Greasy Kitchen sink will be As clean As a new pin if you use Sapolio. One cake will prove All we say. Be a Clever housekeeper and try it. Beware of imitations. Thebe is but one Sapolio Knoch morgans sons co., new York. Every Waterproof Collar or quip that can be relied on Jot to split wot to Discolour bears this Nark. Trade no loin Mark. 9iceds so laundering. Can be wiped clean in a moment. The Only Linen lined Waterproof Collar in the Market. 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. Gap. S. Edmonds tone c. £., cite civil Engineer Bud unmake is a a Blossom opera House Block. Defiance a Large and Fine Stock of caskets ac., Eon guaranteed try it Quot n Ami a tautly on hand. Call either Day or satisfaction night promptly a Quot r c. C. Kuhn fitter deep Well pumps and everything in the plumbing and Gas fitting line for 8ale at lowest prices. Clinton St., bet. 4tb and 5th streets no4 Defiance. Ohio. Albert Elliott. The subject of this sketch and Republican nominee for probate judge Albert Elliott is one of the Republican leaders in Richland township. He was born in Coshocton county december 27th, 1839, and is 50 years old. He removed to Rich. Land township this noun a in april 1855, and now ryes a the Lunie piece of land that his father settled on in that yet he owns 160 acres and devotes his time to Stock raising Aud farming. He enlisted in the twelfth of o Calvary and served during the War being discharged at Nashville fenn., nov. 14th. 1865. Or. Elliott was elected Justice of the peace in r Uhland township in 1885. Llu is now serging1 As township trustee having been elected for a term of three be Ira out of 84 votes cast in South Richland or. Eliott received 80, which fairly indicates How he stands at Home. Nothing we could say about or Elliott would add to what the people already a Kotow. He is a Man of High character and wiil if Gleo Ted Grace the office of probate judge with Honor and Dimity and discharge the duties pertaining to the same with distinguished ability. He would make a worthy successor of All who have held the office in the past and a Model worthy to pattern after in the future. His ejection rests with the people. They will make no mistake in electing hint1. John Norway. The office of auditor is look upon As the most important in the county. In one sense it is but still there is no office that does not Call for exceptional Talent when the voters forget that fact and elect men who Are not qualified they do themselves injustice and leave the bars Down for ring Ste Sand political tricksters to come in and claim everything in sight As Reward for party service. As a matter of fact the auditor of a county holds the commanding position in the Field. The Man who occupies that position can squeeze the official wrong doer or he can allow the wrong doer to flourish like a Green Bay tree. He can Stop the leaks in the county treasurer or he can allow the Golden tide to flow out like the Waters from a riven Mill Pond. The Man who would Stop All leaks must be a thorough business Man honest and without taint of lust for the filthy Lucre that corrupts so Many men and brings sorrow to the tax payers. The republicans have nominated such a Man in John Norway. Or. Norway was born in Lisbon township St. Lawrence county n y., december 13, 1836, where to was educated. In december 1858 he came to Farmer Center and has resided in the township Ever since. He is one of the Best known business men in the county has been Post master for Many years is now notary Public and has held Many minor offices of Trust to which he has been repeatedly elected by the citizens of his township. He has been in the Merchan tile Basin is at Farmer Center since 1859. He has always been identified with educational and All other interests looking to the advancement of the county township and Community in which he resided. John Norway is a Republican but if elected will be the Peoples auditor. He has been in business for Over thirty years and would not go into office a Callow boy but a Man thoroughly experienced in the ways of the world with full knowledge of How and just where to apply the knife that would lift out the Public evils that have harassed the tax payers for a Flo these Many the democrats have said nominate a Man like John Norway and we will help elect or. Norway has been nominated by Bis party and we believe will be elected. The people of this county have need for just such a Man and if they do not elect him to the High office of auditor they will have reason to regret it when the a a sound of the grinding is lows and the Burden of taxation weighs them Down like a Mill Stone. Vote for John Norway for auditor. Ezra. 0. Stone. Our candidate for recorder Ezra o. Stone was born in Milford township in 1849. I lie Early years of Bis life were typical of the lives of All Farmer boys but at Tho age of seventeen years he commenced teaching school. Until he was past Twenty he taught in the Winter and attended school daring the summer season. He successfully engaged in teaching in Ohio Indiana Illinois and Michigan. For the past eighteen Yenta he has resided in Milford township farming in Tho summer and leaching in Winter. He hns b in a ufos Long Republican and Haa always taken an Active part in the work of the party. Or. Stone la widely and favourable known in this county. To la Well qualified to fill the off Loo of recorder and if elected will give his whole time to the work of the office. He a a worthy Man in Way and should be elected. School children will save Money by buying writing tablets pencils and school supplies at every republicans have named a Man for infer i of director who would discharge the duties of the office with Honor to the county and cred to himself and for that reason they ask Tho voters of this Donn to to elect this Man. A. Q Henry. This Gentilman is our nominee for clerk of the court und we regret to say is the Only one of the candidates of whose Early life we failed to get any note they were promised to us but failed to noorae to hand were forgotten until the hour of going to press. Or. Henry was born in new Jersey and Haa lived in Donn to for Twenty five or thirty years being about forty four or forty five years old. He served in the army during the late War and is at present Post master at Ayersville Highland township. He is a straight out Republican and a most excellent citizen he is Well qualified to discharge the duties of clerk and if elected will make one of the Best officials the county Ever had. James o. Wissler. One of the most ardent republicans in the county was born in Tiffin township in 1853. He is in Able and faithful party worker and at the late Republican convention received the nomination for county Surveyor. His name is James o. Wissler. He was raised on a farm and was educated at the Oak Grove Academy in Michigan and the Bryan Normal school. After teaching eighteen terms he again turned his attention to farming which work he is now engaged in. He was once before a candidate for Surveyor against the of. Wight Only being Defeated by 600 majority the regular democratic majority being something Over 130ft or. Wissler is an excellent accountant and in every Way fitted for Tho office. The of Floe of Surveyor la one of the most important in the county and we in common with a majority of the people believe a change is desirable. He comes before the voters strongly endorsed by his Republican As Well As democratic neighbors in Tiffin township. If elected he wiil make a Safe and Onsoien pious official. We believe be will be elected if the people of the county stand up for and vote their senti Monte. Let a work to that end. Tiffin township. House burned Harrow tooth penetrated his foot notes.�?T us Rale weakness ulcers tutors sores poisoning Salt Kheam l ,.1 us rheumatism and All is Milf fish Detroit. I druggy for Sale by j. L. Scott. 19 a a a to a Cir John j. Crane. Our nominee for sheriff was born in Michigan thirty four years ago last june and came to Tiffin township in 1864. Where he has resided Ever since. Or. Crane was raised on a farm and though he taught school for some Winters has Given most of his time and attention to farm work and Stock raising. He is a Sterling Republican and As evidence of his High standing at Home it should be stated that two years ago he was elected assessor in Tiffin which by the Way is one of the strongest Derao b. F. Southworth. There Are few taxpayers in the county who do not realize the import me of the office of county commissioner. That question has been discussed very fully in the past a the late Republican convention Tho nomination of b. F. Southworth of this City was urged by the country delegates and he was made the unanimous Choice of the convention. It was a Wise Choice. Or. Southworth is about 60 years old and was born in Franklin 00., n. Y., and came to this county when about 8 years old where he has since resided excepting three years spent in the Argay he taught school for Many year being in charge of grammar a department this oily for four yearn after the War he was principal of the Hig 1 school for several seasons. He was appointed one of the county school examiners by judge Stillwell and occupied that position for twelve or thirteen years. He raised and went to he front As Captain of company e. 111th o. V. A in August 1862. He was wounded at the Battle of Franklin and wag discharged May 25th, 1865, because of wounds received in action. For a year after his return Home he was not Able to do anything but subsequently devoted ten years to teaching winos he gave up work in the school room or. Southworth has Given his time and attention to farming and Stock raising. He is a Stalwart Republican but was last Spring elected a member of the City Council from the third Ward one of the democratic strongholds after Ope of the sharpest contests since the town was incorporated. Last Spring complaint was made by some of the people on the North Side because they had no Church. Or. Southworth donated a lot and headed a move to put up a building. Now a handsome Church is nearing completion to the building of which he liberally contributed beside the donation of land for a site of the same. He is a Man of High standing in Community and esteemed by All who know Henry b. Harrie the subject of this sketch and Republican nominee Tor prosecuting attorney Henry b. Harris was born in Defiance nov 4, 1853. He attended the Public schools in this City and afterwards attended the Ohio Wesleyan i University at Delaware where he graduated 1874. The year following his graduation he was superintendent of the Union school at Hicksville. He commenced the study of Law in 1875 with Henry Newbegin and was admitted to practice in december 1877. He is now the senior member of the Law firm of Harris a Cameron and is one of the leading attorneys in this Section of the state. He is a Sterling Republican and if elected prosecutor would go into the office not As a youth to be educated at Tho expense of the to payers but a thoroughly trained lawyer who would not have to Call in an assistant to Aid him discharging the duties of the office. The office of prosecutor is one of the most important in the county and should not be used solely As the stepping Stone of every Young lawyer who aspires to political Honora the election of a trained lawyer to that office Means a saving of thousands of dollars to the people and for that reason the republicans have named one of the Ablest men in their party. Since the above was put in Type or. Harris has written a letter to the county committee a dining the nomination. This is to be regretted. We feel that he could have been elected. We believe that the people wanted him. The committee has not yet named a Man to take his place on the ticket but it should not fail to choose an experienced lawyer. J Thomas w. Haver Thos. W. Haver our candidate for infirmary director is a resident of Mark township and one of the Best known and hardest working republicans in the county. He was born in Tuscarawas county in 184 a but the greater part of his life Haa been a pent in the Maumee Valley. He served in the 185 cd L during the War and Haa an honorable military record. Or. Haver has been a Farmer All of his life. He is a practical Man eminently fitted to fill the office to which he has been nominated. It is conceded by ail that the Board of infirmary directors should have one Republican representative. In or. Haver the electors of the Donn to Woald have a Man highly respected at Home and honoured wherever known. It seems to be the desire of a Large number of democrats that there be a change in some of the county offices. The John Kane is visiting relatives in Coshocton county. Father Abram Rasor is numbered with the sick at present. Mrs. Nthan Horn is visiting her parents in Rogers Arkansas. Peter Kuhn and family of Defiance visited at Henry Kuhn a last sunday. Lehman a Shock have their Job of Grav Eling completed. They did an excellent Job. D. A. Overly and Frank Henderson of Defiance were in these parts buying cattle last saturday. Over a score of oar people attended the Hicksville fair last week. They report Good exhibition. Wesley line Brink is making Good use of his new truck Wagon in the Way of hauling logs to Defiance. Madam Rumor has it that there will be several weddings in this neck of Woods soon. May it be True. The More the merrier Daniel Kuhn while harrowing new ground last saturday had the Harrow fall on his foot. One of the Teeth penetrated his foot making a bad wound. In mentioning the names of the students from Tiffin township attending Defiance College we did not give the name Jessie be inner or. He is at school doing excellent work. Tiffin township is represented in the different Defiance county newspapers with no less than four or five different correspondents. Surely the readers Lack no news from Tiffin. Tiffin May Well be proud of her interest in in advanced education. Bile scuds the largest number of students to the College of any outside of penance. She leads the Van and cres a come or Willis bolster s House burned wednesday at nearly i of clock. Or. K. And son Elida were in the House ten minutes before the fire alarm was Given. He was in the barn near by when he Beard Bis own dinner Bell ringing. Mrs. Keister was at Eva sport at the time of the fire. The loss is partially covered by insurance. Scarcely anything was saved or. Keister and family Are staying at or. Keller Mieraz at present Wark Center. A notable wedding general notes from in live town. John Gal Brite is on the sick list a. Smith la building a new House. Charles Cable visited Here this week. J. Cable Bas Bis meat Market running. Hire a Wonderly Are getting in quite a lot of logs Ida Rice has moved the Post office into the hotel Baldwin Lierzer started on a trip to Iowa. Last tuesday. Quite a Large number of logs Are coming to Mark Center. Who said that Holton and Wheeler could not eat any supper. Our Farmers Are sowing a Large amount of wheat this fall a. K Mcbride la shipping handles to the new state of Washington. Vav hat is the matter with our Oil and Gas company can any one Tell re Curtis had the misfortune to break his log last Friday while hauling logs. J. H. Elder of Bryan was Here last monday and tuesday buying up poultry. Polities is quiet in Mark township but we think Brigham will get there All the same. Our merchant. J. A. Hire has Hla store Well filled with fall and Winter goods John la a Hustler. The stave factory is not running now on account of Timber. It will Start up again in a Short time. Mrs j. A. Hire is filling up her millinery department with first class goods and would be pleased to have All her friends Call and see her before fall goods. Purchasing their now is the time for the people of Defiance county to make a Radical change in our affairs. Every Man that has been nominated by the republicans in Well qualified for the office and should he elected. Vote the Republican ticket. Married on tuesday sept 23rd, 1890, or. G. A. Be Coveta and mra Maggie Williams Rev. Lilly of Hicksville officiating. There were 70 guests present. Among the Many presents were Willow Rocker by or. And mrs. Holton or. And mrs. T. W. Haney or. And mrs. E. Hire banging lamp or. And mra Bellows or. And mra j. Boy or. And mra Bandala or. And mra Wheeler or. And mra Harte born or. And mra elder or. Demit and mibs Long bed room set or and mrs. Mcbride or. And mra Klein or. And mrs. Wineland Tea set Julia Long and Marne Bercaw table spread or. And mra a. Coy pair of vases or and mrs. Hammersmith set of table spoons or. And mrs. Lapp Crystal Pitcher boat Ida hire lace tie j. N. Hire aet of Silver Teaspoons Joseph Heno Kaberg of Cincinnati Crystal fruit dish Clara Holton and Cornelia Biddle lamp and tidy Maggie kills of pall idly Twenty five Yards of ingrain carpet or. And mrs. J. A. Hire one dozen Linen napkins miss Mckee Era of Defiance township the ceremony was performed at the residence of j. A. Hire and was a very enjoyable affair. The supper was grand und your correspondent was sorry that he was. So indisposed that he could not eat Success go with them. Children cry for pitchers castoffs. Upon a oculus Heaxt and a rugged Constitution will depend largely toe future happiness and Success in Lite of a child the Choice of a Load is therefore of the highest importance. Mellius a food is Ricu in blood forming brain forming and Bone ror Ming compounds and is recommended by the highest medical authorities. Highest of All in Leavening Power. Govt report a in. R.7, iss it a a ssh a Awn powder absolutely pure at 6 per gent. Interest in Ppd till est i i 3sto Lipe 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 so Cameron

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