Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
17 Oct 1890

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17 Oct 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - October 17, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Vol. Xxxi. Defiance. Defiance Friday octoberti7, 189a Chas. Bronson s real state Deliaue Fiance Ohio. Republican nominees. Further illustration and sketches. Amp amp amp a f is War How a a a a v Udink county so acres i Ivin ko0< Frame House and other buildings. Price $3,500, 308-for Sale 65 acres in Section 7 Noble prlce8$l,700 of county stood buildings. 328 for Sale. 40 acres in Section 19. Mark Voytil ,i0ar Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches on two sides. Price $1,100. ,.,. Corner lot at. To. Depot s.09 . Price$750 Oil 1 for Sale to acres in pleasant township slog House Frame Kitchen a Rood Well-t�50o be 10 a it it Ros under cultivation. Price 352�?for Sale to acres in Section la Delap he to a on will take of. 357�?forsale, 90 acres East of canal in Section i. Price $475. M383rfor sate lot ii in Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price too. This is arara chop be 8et urn a Good lot to build on. Jb8- for Sale one of the Host arms in Defiance county. Let acres within two Miles of the Corpora Ion line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam Tho the county Frame House two stories. 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price a it a per non with half Cash to reduction of $10 per aco��or�h8hl. The is a rare bargain. 1 h ?1t m to hotel property near is cd a depot. Must be sold at once. As the Perkins property. Avenue known Price $3,000. 387�?for Sale lot la East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price $1,200. 394�?for Sale so acres in Section la Deal 7� acres under plow Good fest Blip Ding All tiled and in Good shape. Man6 food Chance for the right 396�?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, dish $2,400. Call at once. 399�?for Sale to acres in Section 25. Delaware township on it. Wayne Road. Price $22 per acre. Must be sold at once. 40 1�?for Sale House and lot for $55o, on easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?per Sale 40 acres in soc. Is Delaware township 25 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,too. Purchaser can secure to acres adjoining this to cheap. .41 4�?�?~2-25. X will Purchase a House and lot last week the Republican express published n out and gave an extended notice of Daniel j. Ryan Republic in nominee for Secretary of s ate. The week before the paper published Ilustr talons of the county ticket and also of col a ii. Brigham and Dennis d. Donovan. This week through the Courtesy of the Ohio is taif journal we Are enabled to give cuts of the remaining two Nomine s on the state ticket. No. 44. The official history of the c. L a m by. Bridge. As taken from the records of the City. In East Defiance. <5aii at once. 412�?for Sale House and lot 6rooms, Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price Lisco. Obi a. V v. I. 417�?for Sale lot 85 in Holgate a addition 381 Tor Sale two Brick store rooms three to North Defiance. Price $260. J Ian / Omro rooms Tare stories Between so and i the streets on Olin-5 too k0� Mink vestment. Price Only 419-for Sale lot 15. Booth and Aldrich a addition to last Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. View in of Ciuci win Wuhu Huea jew Carn Goat the office at All hours to show property free of expense Chas. Bronson. Defiance And spread before the tax payers in a spirit of Justice and fairness in los Urt 1ge Street in the 4th Ward con or mite in if in Quot lot and entire ni.nai-�?T. To it Coja Yllance with Tho i Lii Boa City eci vipers fully As though"thcy1 of a in not m with Tho Sam to the me Bonds or me Bridge. Minshall. Money Thaddeus a Republican nominee for supreme judge is now serving his first term on the supreme Bench of the state and is a candidate for re election. To has Mado an efficient officer and merits the support of All Good citizens. I am daily mulling Loans on improved real estate Northwestern Ohio at Iii six per cent. Interest these Loans Are made on either Long or Short time with privilege of paying Back in partial payments Betone due and stopping interest on the amount paid. No life insurance required. I also buy Good notes and make abstracts upon reasonable terms. H. G. Baker. Dei Iancu. Ohio. No37 lawyer and loan agent. I he Republican express this week lays before its readers True and Correct copies from tile records of the City of Defiance of the contract Between the City 1 and 8.0.cu�rk for the building of the Ula m. Railroad Bridge. Also the Resolution ordinance and Law authorizing this contract also a Lim. Item part of Tho specifications of the con. Tract. Also Tho Bond Given the City for ifs Protection together with thee of ution of the Council a Green j to pay for t e badge in Advance a no Tho r. Seipt showing let the $50,000 Dollar Worth of Bonds have been Givon Over to 8. Q. Lark in Advance of the building of Tho Bridge Lark has the Bonds i to City has a Bond for the Bonds but no Bridge. Now then let Legal minds Ponder Over these records and figure out whether or not the oily can realize on its Bond. These facts Are presented to try Quot Public because it is the Public a business to know what is going on and what is being Dono with its monies. I Hose matters Ara not presented in a spirit of unfairness or Polit ical prejudice. They Are simply facts the As the people and the Public a Organ the Republican express feels itself in duty bound to Lay before the people. A Resolution v Here Are Many a a uses for Apo Lio 1 we i Rel Fin a a a. In a in in Frank j. Mcculloch. 0 a dilate for member of Board of Public works is a popular trieling Man. His Home is at Bellefontaine. Frank is quite popular with the a a boys on the Road the commercial men As he is of that profession himself and the Way they will whoop up his m majority will be a caution. With popular Dan Ryan at the head of the ticket and just As popular Frank j. Mcculloch at the Tail of the ticket the Way the Republican majority for the state ticket will pile up nov. 4th, will be something that will make the average Democrat tired. To renovate paint. To Wash out sinks. To remove rust. A Lippi a _ _ _ to clean tombstones. To renew oilcloth. To polish knives. To scrub floors. To clean dishes. To Whiten Marble. Everybody uses it. Engineers to clean parts of machines. Ministers to renovate old chapels. Se3tfins to clean the tombstones. Hustlers on brasses and White horses. Artists to clean their palettes. To brighten metals. To scour Bath tuba to scour kettles. Dentists to clean false Teeth surgeons to polish their instruments confectioners to scour their pans. Mechanics to brighten their tools. Cooks to clean the Kitchen sink. Painters to clean off surfaces. Wheelman to clean bicycles. Housemaids to scrub Marble floors. Chemists to remove some stains. Carver to Sharpen their knives. Shrewd ones to scour old Straw hat soldiers to brighten their anus. Renovators to clean carpets. Every one finds a new use. Every Waterproof Collar or cuff that can be relied on be up to the it Ark Otstot to St it is at to Discolour ? bears this Mark. Trade our Mark. Needs no laundering. Can be wiped clean in a Mic ment the Only Linen lined Waterproof Collar in the Market. Go. S. Edmondstone. Civil Engineer and Surveyor a office 8 and a a music Hall Block Over a a merchants National Bank second Street. Specialities Hydraulic and sanitary engineering and Bridge construction. Geo. S. Edmonds tone c. E., cite civil Engineer Thomas w. Haver candidate for infirmary director is a resident of Mark township and one of the b St known and hardest working republicans in the county. He was born in Tuscarawas county in 1840, but the greater part of his life has been spent in the Maumee Valley he served in the iss V. I. During the War and has an honorable military record. Or. Haver hag 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 All that the Board of infirmary directors should have one Republican representative. In or. Haver the electors of the county would have a Man highly respected at Home my. Honoured wherever known. It seems to be the desire of _ Large number of Democrat that there be a change in some of the county offices. The Ukos it ski is Titera House Block. Defiance a Large and flue Stock of caskets ae., con satisfaction guaranteed Calla Estber Day or night Efton did c. C. Kuhn Gas fitter ? beep Well pumps republicans have named a Man for infirmary director who would discharge the duties of the office with Honor to the county and credit to himself and for that reason they ask the voters of this county to elect this Man. Ridgeville ringlets. Bright items fresh Crisp and read Able. Hog cholera is quite common in these parts. I Aylor be neck is having timbers framed for a barn. Declaring the necessity o buildings Bridge across the Maumee River and to Issue Bonds therefore and directing Tho City solicitor to prepare ordinance therefor. Be it resolved by Tho Council of the City of Defiance Ohio three fourths a it of the members concurring that it is necessary to hut i a Good substantial Bridge Over the Maumee River in said Olty with the Neo Esso by approaches thereto and having on each Side thereof a Good sufficient sidewalk and that Tor that purpose it is necessary to Ssue Bonds or said City in the sum of my thousand dollars As authorized by the Oen y p,8etl february 3 1887. 84 Ohio Laws p 273. And that the City so Ictor be and he Here by is instructed to pro pare and present to this Council at his earliest convenience Tho proposed necessary ordinances and resolve a a a a to it purpose and in accordance with the aforesaid Miro 19, 1889. Shortly Atter the adoption of the foregoing Resolution the City solicitor presented an ordinance draft d in accordance with the resolutions contained therein which was introduced and read. On motion the rules were suspended for the purpose of placing the said ordinance on jut final passage by Aye Dohoney Hama i a Marshall Sauer Tennyson Smith and zigler�?8 ayes no nay under such suspension of rules the ordinance on motion was placed upon its final passage and adopted by uves Dobony Hahn Miller Marshall Sauer Tennyson Smith and Zigler 8�?and is As follows. H an ordinance. Of the City of Defiance Ohio to provide for the Issue and Sale or Bonds of said cite for the purpose of building Over the Mau-te5l�?o 8,d Cut a stood substantial uth Neoe a Ary approaches thereto and having on each Side thereof a Good and substantial sidewalk. A Ordaz pad by the Council of the City of Defiance Defiance county Ohio under anti by virtue of Tho Power and authority expressly granted and delegated to said f Defiance by the terms and pro visions of an act of the general Assembly Otu the s ate of Ohio entitled j an Ato authorize the Council of Thea a Anoel Ohio to borrow Money Tor the purpose of building abridged which passed and took effect february 3d 1887 to wit los v0l 84�?T 1kige a78>. A a follows it Haft for Tho pllrp0�0 of building Over Tho Maumee River in said City a Good substantial in dire wit ii the necessary approaches thereto and having on each h�?oj118ufli�lent sidewalk Bonds of id City of Defiance o to the amount of $ 50,000.00 be issued and sold As herein after provided. 1 Seit Hor Etc in All fifty of Haid Bonds of the denomination of $1,000 each which shall be numbered consecutively from no. I to no. F>0 inclusive Aud designated us Maumee River Bridge Bonds a and Tho same shall be dated april 1st 1880 and shall Bear interest at the rate of live per cent per annul payable Semi Annua la Low mature and become due As Fol said Bonds numbered from no. I to no inclusive shall mature and become due ten years alter the Date thereof but the same and ouch of them shall be payable at their Par value at the option of the Council of said City of Defi me at any of said in Terest paying periods after the expiration of five years from and after the Date or said Bonds upon notice of he intention of said City to pay the same signed by the clerk of said City being filed with the City treasurer of said City of Defiance thirty Days prior to such interest paying period and said Bonds numbered from no. 2<i to not of inclusive shall mature end become due in Twenty years from and after the Date u n in tb0 Birne and each of them shall be payable at their Par value at the option or the Council of said City at any of said interest paying periods after Tho expiration of to years from and after the Date of said Bonds upon notice of the intention of said City to pay the same signed by the clerk of said City being filed with tretau or of a Ald City of Defiance thirty Days prior to said period and the e and interest of said Bonds shall wore severally copied verbatim subject however terms and conditions of this article oat non up it ass i he construction no sad Heidi to 1. No. to finitude ? com us Fiuren Ian 1 a pfc a Kohl a Enfin my Complete and no work that h ii a11 or Mitt he True ton"1 1 Par in or a Hunt the Eon Arnii 0pfction or completion of said Hotd a shall in any Way or sense be regarded is extra work or any charge therefor mirth Tho firl Brou t against said second Art it therefore no matter i a whomsoever id a Zehavo be nor Dore Lor be made or provided in Tho specifications whenever required and directed by the Otto Council of said City of by. Fiance and not otherwise and no Erin. Tion of the tune herein limited for the rom muted 2 thu hex Hall a granted or Ftfe. Der Fth under the director til id conned made at regular scion uni Bridge and approaches shall i fully done and computed by or i fore the a Cir i Hejin of december Ihm and said first party shall forfeit to Saki second party the sum of Ono Hundred dollars As the agreed and liquidated Lama afrits1 a and a Verv a Lay that shall elapse it a expiration of said year until haul Bridge and approaches shall be fully cum Frani in 1lr the terms of this Oon i run Rel of Calonod by the Acle of god Camel t he or a Are unavoidable causality alone excepted Rise construction of said Bridge of work h?itr.n.? in both Quantity and kind us her in specified shall be considered and acceptor a a first class Job. Tho Engineer in �rk0.of such work shall at All times be under the direct charge and control of said Council and shall do no work give no orders and Render no decisions except after having recommended the same to said Council and obtained their advice and Loti m n v Rel it la a session or a special meeting called for that purpose. For said Bridge so to be to constructed and Snik s co Splet a compensation for All the material and work employed in the construction and completion thereof said party it the second part agrees to Lviv to i said party of the first part the just and full sum of Kitty Tiro thousand Jive Hundred dollars at such times and in such sums As it May deem Best but not less than ninety per com. Of the work at any time completed Vij pay a rarer no a cats at any time upon the giving of such Security for the completion of said work As said Council or any committee thereof duly authorized May deem sufficient the Progress of said work shall be at All times under the direct supervision and control of said City Council or such other person As they shall from time to time direct provided such control shall in no War interfere with or hinder said fit St party in the proper prosecution and completion of said Bridge according to the terms Hereof in witness whereof said s. G. Clark has Hereunto set his hand and said City of Ujj Flance has caused its name and corporate Seal to be Hereunto affixed by its mayor and these presents countersigned by its clerk this 28th Day of oct. 1889 feigned a Chark tha Julty of Defiance Ohio in t Fred l. Hay mayor. Countersigned j the City of Defiance Ohio by m. B. Ooh Man City clerk. J special Low prices on our entire Stock of wallpaper amp curtails Sor october lease Baw au1 the Champion Wood Sawyer notes. Henry i user i s be n on the sick i it t Ezra Cole is head Sawyer in elders mid. We. Bedel in Iho Champion Wood Sawyer of Mark cent r. Evans and ii Arrington have routed Tho Rice saw Tuilier. And mrs. Leo Owens have returned from their wedding tour. Miss Anise Miller of Michigan has been dialling Bere Tho past week. W. J. Elder of Bloomdale. Ohio has been visiting his brother c. 8. Elder. H. L Wallace has purchased a horse and Wagon and is going to Huc stering. Mrs. A l. Wallace Bias returned Homo ofter Quito an extended Virit in Michigan and Indiana. Mrs. Aillet Ayers Nee he Holman Lias been visiting her parents and other friends at and near Stirk Center. Presiding elder Keller delivered a very Able discourse a week ago last sunday morning at the Platter Creek Church. A Wing to the i clemency of the weather Tho quarterly meeting at Platter Creek Church was not very largely attended Flea Bellows the enterprising Foreman or the Dewey stave company at this place loaded two cars with Staves lust week. Rev. Ayers formerly pastor of this place but now of Lakeside filled the pulpit at Mark Center n week ago last Munday evening. On every Side we hear Praise of the Republican ticket. Vote the straight Republican ticket and you will be sure to do right. Ditch a few More ditches and Emerald township will look like a Checkerboard miss Mary Casten of Antwerp her so Hee i at West Sunnyside Mon Day of last week. This is her second term at this place. She is a number one teacher. The Corn is nearly All oat and the wheat mostly sown. Sea Bersaw will have nearly on acres on the Harmening farm instead of 40 As we reported a of. Some weeks to Are we in favor of having a Jollif cation meeting of the correspondent and suggest that our editor make the Call and select the place of meeting. We ought to be better acquainted especially with our new editor. Southerton. Purchased two Colts a 4700 race horse notes. Julius Monk was in Defiance tuesday. Lincoln Wyman was in Melrose last week. Myron Vanvlerah was sunday. Or. Wyman monday. In North greek visited or. A Walton or. A. Crowe was in this place monday on business. Havo moved on e. W. Paned ing was in this Wagner Brothers Weltons farm. Andrew foot of place tuesday. Or. Ellas Hill of place last week. Throe is some Clover see to Hull through out this Vicinity. Daniel Mills had the misfortune to Havo another horse die. Oakwood was in this Sunnyside of Paulding county. Through seeding school commenced i avers a meeting of correspondents. Specifications. I Pon the award of this contract the successful bidder shall furnish to the aforementioned 1 Ity of Defiance Ohio an indemnify Bond in the sum of $75 too with securities to the approval of Tho City Council of the aforesaid mentioned City that Tho la Norvan. A spirit of these specifications irn a and faithfully carried out Ana that the Juans and instruct ions of the Engineer shall the complied with in Evora instance which specifications shall be embodied in and be a portion of the aforementioned contract of Prin Eipl Buai of Fie flan be amp 0� cloy tree Quot a of Ald City hic. 3. Aii of said Bonds shall express upon their face the purpose for which they Are issued As herein before set Forth and that they Are issued under this ordinance 2 j virtue of the ant Hereinbefore specified. They shall he signed by toe mayor and clerk of said City of Defiance and sealed with the Seal of said corporation. And shall have attached thereto1 interest coupons for the payment of interest thereon according to the provisions of Section 2 of this ordinance Sec. 4. Said Bonds shall be sold at not less than their Par value to the highest and Best bidder for the same after thirty William Walcott spent last week and part of this m Indiana. 1 monday evening for county on everything in the plumbing and Gas fitting line for Sale at lowest prices. I Inton St., bet. 4th and 5th streets o45 Defiance. Ohio. Cancer a female weakness aos ceases tutors mores Quot a a a a a a k lieu in 1 i in Loc i poisoning Sal 1 i l rheumatism and All blood and skin diseases. Price is per pln7 1 a of tree Tojo. I can Ioli pest by m car Al ,. Firm or. Pron Quick re a r. In to to. A. A ran jul y. Tor Sale by j. L. Scott. 19 Bonanza Wop in am Scotnikow York calf uprise party last mrs. James Emery. Frank Ferris was in Putman business the first of this week. John Keller has a Young boy stopping at Days a a Niy been the Raj a new t Jar Khz ten of Bryan had Between two Hod three Hundred sheep delivered to him at this place last Friday aka of Day to repair of different kinds ready for the coming week it surely is not indicative of i Al More industrious on the lord s Day than other Days. A Large audience listened to col Brigham saturday evening. It is a fact beyond a doubt that he democritos Are fearful bar he will represent a in the National con Gretsa pvt Days been notice of the Bale thereof shall have Nee Given in the manner and form provided for in Section 2709 of the revised statutes of Ohio. As amended and now in Force. Sec. 5. This ordinance shall take effect Ana be in Force from and after us pass utre and due publication passed March 19th, 1889. I p. 8. Ozielee president attest m. B. Gorman City clerk. A Resolution. To pay in Advance the contract Price construction of Maumee River Bridge. Hip a waived by the Council of the City of Defiance Ohio. That the City clerk be and he is hereby authorized to insert in the claim ordinance the contract Price of the Manatee liver Bridge >00.oo and draw a warrant for such Sam on the treasurer of said City payable to Stephen g. Clark or bearer and deliver the some to the finance committee and that Ham finance committee be and they Are hereby authorized to deliver the said War. Rant to said Stephen g. Clark upon his $slif,aaaddal0. U to of hum fro,000.00 with interest to the approval of Sal i committee constituted for the faithful construction and completion of said Bridge and All necessary approaches thereto according to the contract plan and specifications prepared therefor by Tho cd v civil Engineer and solicitor. Done at the Council chamber this 7th Day of november. 1889. P 8 Zigler president attest m. B. Gorman City clerk. Bond. A and i7100 Gay these presents that. G. Clark b. Cd fun rot f. L Langon and a. L Laxter jr., Are held and firmly bound Why of Defiance in the sum of for the payment of which we do hereby Bond ourselves. The conditions of this obligation is such. That whereas the said Stephen g Cark hath agreed to construct build and Complete a certain Bridge Over the Maumee River in the City of Defiance at Bridge Street in said City in accordance with his contract therefore duly entered into by and Between the said City of Defiance and the said s. G Park a Ltd a that purpose and As herein specified and stipulated. Now of the said s. O. Clark shall fail fully perform the several matters and things so by him agreed to be performed Ann As provided then this obligation to be void a or Elbe to 1 0 and remain in full Force witness our hands this 28th Day of october a a 1889. Atoned he a. Clark b. C. Faurot f. Ii Langon my a. C. Baxterjr. J his Bond was examined and approved. Signed r Andrew Sauer finance committee we hear that William Bero awl a youngest child has been quite ill Jimmie Weaver of it. Wayne visited the old Homestead last sunday week. Mrs j. W. Towle has been suffering with that tormenting disease neuralgia the past week. Some sneak thief recently stole a dozen Heads of cabbage from or. Arnold a Garden on the Johnston farm. Strawberry plants Are growing rapidly this warm Damp weather. Violets and pansies Are in Bloom again too. Manson Whitney of the West us a pie a san i Call last week. He brought up a Load of Hay for the widow chef Fol miss Katie Bullert a Well known successful teacher of this township will attend miss Cussens school the coining Winter. Mrs j. Alpaugh of North Defi if Tco and mra Henry Buhlert of West Sunnyside were the guests of or j. W. Towle last sunday. Or Haw Ley h Halo wan a hucc688. Every thing brought a fair Price for this time of year. Go. Expects to to a Rall Roadie in the near future. Or. Charles Piper gave us an interesting Sermon last sunday week at West Sunnyside. Rev. Or. I aking or preached lust sunday at Tho same place. The Heimsn bros., Are through i threshing and Are now commencing Tho Jacob Brown John Bonnott of Junction called on w it. Mansfield sunday. Orono Aud Frank Eite Noar have purchased a four foot Well Auger. I Homos Boyd says it pays to put wheat in the ground with a Drill i 8. P. Brown was c filing on friends near Highland Center tue Jay. B. L Smith Aud j. S. Parrish called on lot w. Mansfield saturday. David Grant thresh d wheat and oat4 for Daniel Moyer get. 10th, 1890 it appears to us that pilgrims letters Are getting better with every Issue. Myron and James Vanvlerah were in Maurice City wednesday on business. Or. Love of Paulding was in this place thursday and Cal d on the Mansfield boys. David Grant purchased two Fine Colts of Nicholas Schoonover consideration a 100.00. Walter Fredrick of Paulding county is the owner of a Fine race horse. Walt a Price is $700. William Mansfi lid purchased a Yoke of oxen from a gentleman in Paulding county consideration unknown. Or. And mrs. John Bennett of Junction called on l w. Mansfield Friday. Or. build in Souderton in the near future m. Vanvlerah went to North Creek after a Load of pumpkins last week. He intends to grind the pumpkins up into pumpkin butter. Public sales Are now the order of the Day. And Corn husking will soon be in the land and the Small boy will be seen pooling the Bass Wood sapling to bundle the Fadder herewith. Ewer. Absolutely pure Maumee River Bridge contract. This article of agreement made and entered into this 28th Day of oct a a 1889 a. An. Between Stephen ii. Clark of the City of Chicago ii of the first part and the City of Defiance i of the be Condo part wit Nesbeth that said party of the first part for Ard in consideration of the payment to be made by a d City of Defiance As herein after specified agrees to furnish and pay for a1 material and labor necessary for the and completion of a Good Complete and substantial Bridge across the Power of attorney. Lima o., oct 17th, 1889. I hereby authorize d. J. Cable to receipt Lor the defence Bridge Bonds and also for All monies due or to become due me for the construction of the Defiance Bridge Over the Maumee River in the City of Defiance Ohio. Signed a g. Clark. Receipt. Received of the finance committee of the City of Defiance Ohio the warrant on the City treasurer of the City of Defiance 1 ii a fifty two thousand five Hundred dollars being payment for the construction of the Maumee River Bridge at Bridge Street b. G. Claw by i. J. Cable attorney in fact. I 8 a a at 6 per gent. Interest in at the election to be held in november Tho electors or voters will be called upon to vote Tor members of the state Board of equalisation. The Board will consist of 41 Mem Bors As Many As there Are state senators. Their election will be governed in All respects by the Law regulating the election of state senators. Tho members will receive $5 nor Day when actually performing duties and 12 cents a mile each Way from his Home to the capital by Tho most direct route a Sidney journal. 7 limed Seal estate of Zito e i2sts u7e5.3sroe3 i All Loans closed up on Short notice. No red tape about it. Good notes discounted at reasonable rates. William e. Moll. Office in Stone fronts Defiance Ohio with Harris amp Cameron

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