Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
19 Sep 1890

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19 Sep 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - September 19, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance county Republican vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday september 10, 1890. Special notice a Stott t boots shoes and rubbers. Pilvi 3vt one y hire Are their orders a a emr. Starr sell those goods we purchased of f. Swalley amp co., at any Price to turn them into and we intend to fill them to the letter. So remember. If you want dry goods dress goods carpels curtains notions or boots and shoes you can save Money by coming1 and catching on to these bargains we Are offering. The Swalley Stock jul be closed out and a new Stock placed in our rooms. He has something to say in answer to numerous inquiries regarding the late democratic convention. Eri deuces of peace and happiness. It would be impossible for me to answer personally All the letters queries 4a, that have come to me Bince the late democratic county convention held in Defiance. Democrats in every township in the county have had something to say and i want to state very frankly right now after hearing to Many expressions of opinion that were i a member of the party of the great unwashed the situation would certainly unsettle my pulse and speedily reduce me to that very alarming condition that usually exists prior to Many a Advent into that unknown realm from whence no traveler a Ere returns. Right from Defiance township where one would naturally expect to find the democracy As Happy As a a Possum in a pers Immon tree comes a growl a protest and a kick each one so surprising so Stalwart in its proportions that a Republican As a Rule can Only find expression for his feelings in the words of an illustrious poet Quot do i sleep do i dream do i wonder and doubt Are things what they seem or is visions about a the trouble with my democratic fellow citizens in this township appears to be entered in the democratic nominee for probate judge. They say they cannot and that by Goth they will not be forced to support him. They insist that 0. E. Bronson had enough votes in the convention to nominate him but that by some Hook or Crook his enemies Oast their nets and captured part of his forces. No. 40. To me about the matter i would say that i do not of Nolder that a fair division of the of floes. It smacks of Bossis. It says in affect that a we Are the master you Are the when a county gets into that sort of shape All political significance leases to exist and if the democratic Farmers Are willing to submit to such treatment i have nothing to say. The Republican express warned the country democracy of what would occur it has explained to them a half Hundred times that they were not Able to Cope with the leaders in the City of Defiance that these leaders would take everything Worth having and that which no one would care particularly to have would be awarded the country. In the late Deal Defiance carries away the nomination for sheriff Surveyor commissioner recorder auditor clerk probate judge end prosecuting attorney. The nomination for infirmary director was Given to a Horny headed Farmer of Mark township. Now my country friends if the town democracy have the Power Over you they Opalm they have i presume you will have to March up like Little men and support the ticket if you Are held in bondage you have my sympathy and pity. Our Stock of Wall paper and curtains Tiffin township barn struck by lightning caught i four Coon Enos lecture. Hadie Garber is ill with typhoid fever. Honry Miller has erected a new cattle i barn. Rev. H. H. Pont ins returned from a visit i to friends in Elkhart ind. Jacob dle Kraan and wife contemplates visiting relatives in Arkansas. A number of our Young people will at j tend the Hicksville fair this week. I Henry Kuhn has started up his Cane Mill. Will to closed out at reduced put pea or. Kuhn makes excellent molasses. I avar us Jhaj ext Lullio a a Tho Burk Brothers caught four Coon last week and were ont Hunting but a few i times. I Jacob i wis is ill again with the infirm Matory rheumatism he lain a critical con Ditola it is too wet for Farmers to sow wheat at present but Corn is ready to Cut Aud i Farmers Are Busy. For the fall Trade at Defiance dry goods co., successor to f. Swalley amp co. Greatest bargains out in dry goods boots and shoes. No39-2w Chas. E. Bronson a Deal state Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306�?for Sale 60 acre farm in Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county so acres under cultivation Good Frame House and a other buildings. Price $2,600. 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7. Noble to Washin 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 $1,100. 339�?for Sale Corner Jot at. Amp 0. Depot h Defiance desirably located. Price $750. 348�?for Sale 40 acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence 10 acres under cultivation. Price �?�1,600. 352�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Dela Ware township. If sold soon will take 1800. 357�?for Sale 20 acres East of canal in Section 1. Price $475. 363�?for Sale lot 14 in Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price too. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. 368�?for Sale one of the Best terms in Defiance county. 160 acres within two Miles of the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories �?�2x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per acre with half Cash a reduction of to per acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 2169�?for Sale a Good hotel property near b. 4 o. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three a tories Between 3d and 4th streets on Clin on. A Good paying investment. Price Only 6.000. 370�?for Sale House and lot on Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property. Price �?�3,000. 387�?for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price $1,200. 394�?for Sale 80 acres in Section 16, Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. I Rice $3,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. 396�?for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co., near Holgate 95 acres cleared Frame barn a two Story Frame House Well under 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 25, Delaware township on it. Wayne Road Price $22 per acre. Must be sold at once. 406�?for Sale House and lot for $550, on easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?f�r Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township 25 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. 414�?$225.00 will Purchase a House and lot ast Defiance. Call at once. 412�?for Sale House and lot 6rooms, Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1500. 4j7 Yff re ale Iown hate s addition to North Defiance. Price $250. 419-Forsale,loti5, 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. These expressions of dissatisfaction Are not confined to one township alone. To use a provincialism a they come from All there is judge Bevington a Frienda they claim that he was maligned and misrepresented and that they will never rest until they run Down the instigators of the unjust and uncalled for attacks that they will never support the nominee no never. The supporters of w. W. Huff Chas. Stailey and Martin Gurwell think their men were the victims of a combination that was formed for the express purpose of bringing the nominations for the three principal offices to this City. The friends of Glen Gray Uriah Babb 0. E. Bercaw and we. Higgins look at the matter the same Way. After the town Hod been Given the probate judge and and Tor the county delegates thought they would certainly have Plain sailing for the clerkship. But in that they were mistaken and soon discovered that some unknown Force was controlling the actions of the convention As easily As the Man at the wheel controls the movement of a ship. Just As easily and surely As Baker and Deindoerfer pulled through did Joseph Haller Home to the goal and carry away the clerkship. To the bystanders with knowledge of the situation it looked like a plan had been carefully mapped out in Advance of the convention to nominate the three gentlemen named above. I was in the convention from 10 of clock a. A until 2 of clock the next morning and would say in answer to Many queries that it was my belief that such a plan had been consummated several Days before the convention was called. The result in the convention Only strengthened that belief. The nominations were not rushed through. If that had been attempted it might have caused a panic. With each ballot cast the men finally nominated made a Small gain. They never fell Back. That of course was to leave the impression that the nominations were coming by the hardest kind of work when As a matter of fact i firmly believe that any of these dominations could have been made on Tho second ballot had such heroic measures been necessary. It is my opinion that the City democrats were just that Well organized. No one who has not of copied a similar position can imagine what stores of sadness Home to the Man who is accorded the undivided Confidence of a much abused democracy. Even now As i write i hear far Down the Maumee Valley the song service of innumerable frogs returning thanks presumably for autumnal showers. It is eventide. The River is hidden from sight by Clouds of Mist that hang Over it like a White pall. In the song service i have evidence of peace and happiness in the Frog family. How different from the discord that exists among my democratic fellow citizens i have begged and plead with you my poor misguided Bourbon Brethren but without Avail. And now my friends being actuated by feelings that should guide All Inen who desire to Point out a moral or adorn a tale cannot refrain from recommending to you for careful consideration the words of the psalmist Quot behold How Good and How pleasant it is for Brethren to dwell together in a it is like the precious ointment upon the head that ran Down upon the Beard even Aarons Beard that went Down to the skirts of his no set crossing Snooks greek. The Frame barn on mrs. Bockus farm was i a a struck by lightning on the night of the 7th, Corn new minister at Oak 1�r lectures buys a car and considerably damaged. Grove Good weather for seeding. G j. Chenevert is having his House treated to a new coat of paint or. buildings i Farmers Are cutting porn. Presents a Fine appearance. I the new minister preached at Oak Grove Edward Wisler and we. Rogers went to i sunday september 14. Michigan last monday where they will in John Mosser spent saturday and sunday Gage in the hedge Fence business. Isaac Carpenter has the bid of furnishing 30 Yards of gravel at the District no. 7 school House at 34 Sente per Yard. We. Hockman is agent for the Boss Fence machine and for the famous Defiance carpet Stretcher. Also agent for a farm Gate we concur with the brother correspondents from Adams and Washington in the sentiment for a re Union at some Good time and place. Rev. Foot is the new Radical minister for the Stryker circuit. Rev. Dunlap Radical will serve the it. Carmel circuit for another conference year. Jack Engle and wife of Coshocton county Aro visiting relatives Here. Or. Engle reports it As too wet for Farmers to do seeding in that part of the 8tate. A noted horse jockey of Defiance was in in Farmer with his son Jacob Mosser. Splendid weather for sowing wheat Farmer dare not complain of dry weather. Henry Bridenbaugh of Brunersburg is i in this Section doing some Carpenter work for George Bottrel Farmers have been complaining of not getting any porn this fall but there will be a pretty fair crop after All the funeral of Joseph Davis child was largely attended. The remains were interred in the Hill cemetery. Returned tuesday from working in the Lile spent sunday Putter Creek. Mrs. Crawford visited week. Personal notes. Her son John last Florida. 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 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. Lawyer and loan agent. Defiance Ohio. No37 girls who use Are quickly married Sapolio is one of the Best known City luxuries and each time a cake is used an hour is saved. On floors tables and painted work it acts Lika a Charm. For scouring pots pans and metals it has no 6qual. If your store keeper does not keep it you should insist upon his doing so As it always gives satisfaction and its immense Sale All Over the United states makes it an almost necessary article to any Well supplied store. Everything shines after its use and even the children Delight in using it in their attempts to help around the House. On the Day preceding the convention the Republican express named the nominees for probate judge auditor and the clerk of the court. The question has been asked me a Good Many times whether or not any person connected with the paper had any inside information on the subject most certainly not. The conclusions Given were Only arrived at after a careful study of the list of delegates i make the statement on the Best of authority that two of the nominees could have commanded 205 votes in the convention at any time they had called for them but As stated above it was not the purpose to crush the country delegates but to merely take away from them the coveted prizes without creating any More feeling than possible. The organization against the country delegates was Strong and skilfully managed and it was not until the work of the convention was about concluded that they realized How woefully they had been Defeated. The iconoclasts of the City spread sorrow throughout the Rural districts but so far As i have been Able to observe Are not worrying very much Over the result. They say a ooh those Fellows out in the country will kick some but they will soon get in line again and support the ticket without a murmur. They will have to do that we will whip them in. They have had their legs Over the Trade chains a Good Many times before but when election Day rolled around they were always compelled to March up to the polls and vote the straight democratic ticket they will do the same thing this fall death of a Pioneer new teachers items of general interest. A Little son of f. Miller has been quite sick. Mrs. E. Ice has been visiting in Paulding county. De. Scofield and family were in Napoleon on saturday last mrs. Hurd an aged and estimable lady has been quite Siok. Mrs. We. Krotzer is at present visiting relatives in Maumee. Died Harvey g. Sifford of Florida aged 9 months and 21 Days. John h. Barr has the contract for putting a floor in the canal Bridge. Mra j. E. Scofield who has been Siok for some time is convalescent. Mra Florence Brubaker visited Siok relatives at Continental the past week. George Elliott recently purchased a horse of mrs. E. Hull consideration $125. Or. John Miller met with quite an Accident a few Days since by falling from a Hay mow. C. L. Wilson of Napoleon has been engaged As superintendent of the Holgate Schoola Harvey youngest son of Joseph Sifford died sept 5th, 1890, aged 10 months and 24 Daya or. And mrs. Seymore Hopkins of Bowling Green visited our Burg Ope Day the past week. Chas f. Wilson and family of Napoleon township visited relatives near Florida sunday lust. Mrs. C. Morse of North Richland who for some time has been quite sick is again reported better. John dancer is making has rounds through this part purchasing hogs to ship to the Buffalo Market. Or. And mrs. Mccracken of Napoleon visited at the residence of mra j. E. Scofield sunday last. F. A. Woodward of Napoleon recently purchased a Fine calf in Southern Ohio for which he paid $35. Willett Jones and family left on thursday sept 4tb, for Toledo Ohio where they expect to make their Home. A Little child of or. And mrs. We. Hull of Adams township it is feared will lose a hand the result of Erysipelas. Frank Durham of North Richland Ohio threshed 55 bushels of number one Clover seed from 10 acres of ground. A Little daughter of or. And mrs. Harry Grossman was interred in the Cole cemetery monday 8ept 8th, 1890. Ellis Owens of Florida had the misfortune while engaged in letting Down the Straw Carrier to get his left Arm broken. The Florida school in All the departments will commence oct. 1st, under the superintendence of or. D. G. Durbin and miss Haag of Napoleon and miss Jennie Roth Enberger of Stanley As teachers. Died at his Home near Florida sunday sept 7th, 1890, or. Gibbons Parry aged 85 years and 9 months. The funeral took place from his late residence tuesday sept. 9th, at 2 of clock. A kind Parent and affectionate husband has gone from among Delbert Smith is around again after an this Vicinity last week for the purpose of ill nem of several Weeka exchanging horses with one of our honest i Anna Jude of Antwerp spent a few Days Farmers. It is said he returned Wiser than j recently with her brother William at this he came. I place. It is thought that the Board of education i x sister of or. J. Wheeler of Napoleon and the township trustees will agree to i spent the latter part of the week visiting drive tubular Wells at a number of school i at Home houses in this township. It is something Mina Koons of Sherwood certainly needed. I week at Shady Corners the the following persons from this township aunt mrs. N. M. Rica Are attending the Defiance Normal College or. And mra q. N. Rice spent saturday Valter Spangler Earnest Hall Abram j. I and sunday of last week in Tiffin township j. Burk j. B. Stock Jennie Gurwell Grace Tho guest of or. And mrs. Horn. Mir Jean rfcs re dec Lla Belem a Quot h if Mannise he a Dally a a i i. F.rew.11 address at the Elm and services will be Daniel Overly and wife returned from conducted by the new preacher next their Honey Moon trip in treble county j sunday last Friday. They were royally treated by spent last guest of her Load of sheep notes. Farmers Are Busy sowing wheat. K up loner of ind., was Here last week. Jack Frost gave is a Call saturday night a social Danoe at k. Roshus last saturday night b. F. Kantner Williams county. Jacob Knaz Maul is factory at Sherwood. S. Kantner of Paulding with his parents hero. Two strange horses visited we. Rooks com Field last saturday night Rev. Shoe of Sherwood preached at Mason College sunday evening. O. Welker of Ney bought a car Load of sheep from our Farmers last week at $2.50 per head. Mother Steward delivered a very Able lecture at the m. E. Church tuesday even ing under the to spaces of the w. G t. U. Ouck crossing. A lots of news notes from the South end of Defiance township. Dick Shafer is cutting his porn. Miss Mary Parris is visiting at Fostoria. Delbert Kiwor is attending school at Defiance College j. Ball and Fred Balskey will soon have their Road Job completed. John Myres and Taylor Colville Are hauling Cord Wood to Defiance. Joseph Keller and John Krontz reopen try bought some Noe seed wheat horses their friends there. In our last Issue two of the wedding presents were not mentioned. Center table. Miss Sarah Prueser fruit dish d. F. Kuhn. The Hon. B. F. Enos delivered a lecture saturday night on a your he spoke for three hours on one division of the subject. He manifested free Trade proclivities and a thirst for water. Some of his audience thinks it would have been More philanthropic if he had a a setup Quot sooner. The republicans of Tiffin township met at their caucus last saturday afternoon the following delegates were elected we. Hockman John Paxton John straws c. W. Brown a j. Crane Dan c. Kellermier j. H. Neaderhauser Fred Kel Lennier j. F. Reid d. E Partee j. P. Wisler. Alternates John m. Kuhn we. Line Brink Freddie Kellermier. Guess who miss Estella elder formerly of this place but now of Mark Center attended the Fostoria fair last week and will be gone indefinitely. No Nave. Glenmore. Horse dropped dead Jack Frost on hands tramps and paddlers. Sunnyside of Pauling county. Rev. Flickinger returned death of mrs. Antoine kind words. I do not believe there Are very Many people in this county who would care to question my republicanism. I act and work with that party because i believe in its principles. It abolished slavery preserved the Union and has Given of legislation that has made oars the most prosperous nation under the Sun. It is distinctly a party of the people and All the people have to Day they owe to the Republican party. Of course then in the contest that has Arisen Between the City and country democracy i am sop posed to be nothing but a Looker on. I know that if the ticket nominated at the late democratic convention is elected Defiance will have ten and the country people five of the county officers and in answer to ail democrats who have written or spoken Hebe and thebe. Three township. A sunday games House ready move personal to Farmers Are Busy sowing wheat a h. Mosser has his House ready to move. Mra Sarah Slough has been visiting at Melrose the past week. The game of Ball last sunday Between the boys of this place and the nine from Brunersburg was decided in favor of the latter children cry for pitchers Castoria. The sunday school was Well attended last sunday and quite interesting. A slight nip by Quot Jack Frost last week and Farmers Are cutting Down their fodder. We hear that or. Kintner a new residence is ready for occupation at West sunny Side. The Rev. M. Jolley expounded the scripture to us last sunday. A Large crowd present August Hauley has been engaged by Winn Helen to go with his team with the Clover holler. A Wabash train took the lives of one half dozen sheep for we. Moil of the har mening farm last week. The log Sawyers on the Henry Hersch farm Cut a tree some Days ago that contained a Large store of Honey. The late Rains have brought Forward the porn and pasture till some of the Fields look As an april Shower had just fallen. We notice that our roads Are in much better order than usual this season. Thanks Are due our supervisor and his timely use of the planer. Miss Helen Cussen was the guest of Mimi Katie Buhlert sunday last. She has commenced her school in Tho Bolke District West of Defiance. The Home of John Bandy is now blessed with another Little Wood chopper. John takes longer Steps and always seems to be afraid of stepping on something. We Are quite pleased with the new dress of the express. The editorial department with pilgrims weekly report makes the paper the Best in the county. The hog cholera is still raging North and West of Here. A sorts of preventatives Are being used with but Little Success. Sulphur and powdered Alum is the Best we be tried. The Rev. M. Flickinger has returned from conference and will take up his appointment at this place again. He will be warmly welcomed As the people have become attached to him during his stay last summer. Mrs. John Antoine died saturday morning after a Long suffering with consumption. Funeral services were held at the German lutheran Church West of the Junction at which there were Many friends of quite a rain last week. Potato crop will be Small in this Section. Blowing and sowing wheat is the order of the Day. J. Davis will have a Public Sale in the near future. Mrs. Ridenour will move Back to her farm this fail Jack Frost has come to stay arrived saturday night or. Szobody bad a horse drop dead while blowing last week. Or. And my g. A. Armbruster visited in Holgate and Napoleon last week. Tramps and paddlers Are getting to be quite numerous. Sick Mem Towser. We Are requested to warn Tho a a boys to keep their guns at Home on the Sabbath. D. Moog one of Glen ores old citizens was killed by the cars West of Bryan. Interment in the filter cemetery september 8th, 1890. Ino a Uno. Thomas Lambert recently traded with 0. E. Bronson of Defiance. John Hasselswerth recently sold three Fine cattle to Defiance butchers we have been having Good Raina and it is now Moat too wet to sow wheat mias Anna Hasselswerth and Mother attended the picnic at Oak Park labor Day. The exhibition of cattle hogs sheep horses and poultry at the Defiance fair was splendid. John Jubenville recently sold a Fine lot of Cord Wood to John Thomas of Defiance at $1.50 per Cord. Or. And mrs. David Fillmore were the guest of or. And mra. A. J. Kiaer last week. Mrs. Kiaer is recovering from her late sickness and is now Able to be around. Children cry for the Art of hoping. A patience a a Art of hoping says a famous French writer but not of hoping that Young children if sick will get Well without the use of or. Hundis children a remedies. Are you alarmed about your child does he grow thinner and Pater is his appetite capricious a some Days ravenous other Days gone is he restless m his sleep tossing and moaning does he Grin his Teeth und awake screaming from the effects of terrible dreams Worms Are the manse of All this and the sooner a bottle of or. Hands worm elixir is bought and used the better. No Castor Oil or other nausea us purgative have to be used afterwards As the elixir destroys and expels the Worms and slime. Mrs. M. J. Toban 339 Prospect ave., Scranton,pa., writes a my child had been poorly for six Montha we gave her three bottles of various worm medicines with no results than i gave her four doses of or. Hands worm Medicine. After Relief from the effects she at once grew stronger and for Sale at j. L. Scott. Pitchers Castoria. Highest of All in Leavening u. S. Cov t report air. 17, i8s absolutely pure at 6 per cent. Interest in lined mme be Carity 3>to he Fei i2>tsxt3e3.3srce 1 the deceased. 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 wih Harris amp Cameron

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