Defiance County Republican Express in Defiance, Ohio
26 Sep 1890

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26 Sep 1890

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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - September 26, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance county Republican vol. Xxxiii. Chas. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance , Defiance county Ohio Friday september 26, 1890. No. 41. He discusses Ryan and Cromley and places col. J. H. Ski us am and d. D. Don Ovan the Scales. A creature circumstances. 306-porsftlf>. Flo acre farm in Section so a Glaize township Paulding county 50 acres u.hreiv0,f.,, Ood Frame House and other building. Price $2,600. 308 for Sale 65 acres in Section 7, Noble township. Defiance county Rood buildings. Price $l,7oo. 328�?for Sale 0 acres in Section 19, Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared ditches two sides. Price $1,100. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at b. A Depot desirably located. Price $750 348�?for Sale 40 acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Brood Fence to acres under cultivation. Price $1,500, 352-for Sale 40 acres in Section is Dela try township. Of sold soon will take $800. 357for Sale 20 acres East canal in Section i. Price $475. 363-for Sale lot 14 in Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price $100. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build . 368�?for Sale one the Best terms in Defiance county. 160 acres within two Miles the corporation line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black Loam the Best in the county Frame House two stories 32x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price $60 per acre with half Cash a reduction $10 per a a pro i a uhis is a rare bargain. Ruhr 8 be a Good hotel property near b. A Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three a tories Between 3d and 4th streets Clin . A Good paying investment. Price Only 6,000. 370�?for-Sale, House and lot Holgate Price $3 0 in m the perkln�?T8 property. 387�?for Sale. Lot 14, East Defiance a Eood two Story Frame House. 7 rooms Frame Arn. Price $1,200. 394-for Sale so acres in Section 1$, Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good Ivlo Bijj ii tiled and in Good shape. Price $3,600. A Good Chance for the right Man. A 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 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�?fer Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township 25 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price $2,800. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. I we jpuirchft8e 11 Bouse and lot in last Defiance. Call at once. 412�?for Sale. House and lot 6 rooms Well Cistern Wood House and stable. Price $1600. 4m17yfrr�ale lot8b.1� Holgate addition to North Defiance. Price $260, 419�?for Sale Dot is. Booth and Aldrich a addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms. Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. A Arriage at the office at All hours to show property free expense. Hon. Dan j. Ryan the Republican nominee for Secretary state opened the Campaign at Urbana o., saturday last in a magnificent speech. Or. Ryan has been one the most efficient and Best secretaries the state Ohio Ever had and there will be no question about his re election. Hts defeat would mean a calamity to the people Ohio regardless their political Aifili at Iona they understand that and will return him by an increased majority. The democrats have nominated Thaddeus e. Cromley Pickaway county us his opponent. He is the owner a magnificent estate and is put Forward is the Farmers candidate for Secretary state. That is not True. He is pushed by Tho worst political faction that Ever controlled the destinies the democratic party in Ohio and there will not be one who reads this letter but what knows that the democratic party has been controlled by borne marvellously corrupt leaders in the past Man was col. Brigham and if he goes to Congress As he surely will do the Farmer will have the Ablest advocate that has Ever been sent from any District while All other interests will have a Champion second to no other chosen by the american people. Pas Chas. Bronson. Defiance Money i am daily making Loans improved real estate in Northwestern Ohio at six per gent. Interest these Loans Are made either Long Short time with privilege paying Back in partial payments before due and stopping interest 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. Or. Cromley is Tho owner Many acres land but it is tilled by tenants while he gives his time in attention to politics and the advancement the interests such men As Calvin 8. Brice who As one the most powerful and merciless Railroad Kings and wreckers in the country stands apposed to Tho things most earnestly desired by the Farmer. Cromley is the present representative to the legislature from Pickaway county and was an ardent supporter Brice while that gentleman was making a Deal for a seat in the u. 8. Senate. It was Briceus Henchman who went into the democratic convention at Springfield and demanded his nomination As Secretary state. Hence it will be undertook that while Cromley is pushed As the Farmers candidate he is As a matter fast merely a land lord who emulates the example the British nobility and Ante Bellum aristocracy Virginia in the conduct his farm. He stands in the present contest As a Farmer but he is nothing More than the instrument Brice and his associates and if there is any Farmer who does not understand that the illustrious pack Wall Street wolves which Brice is one the leaders has always looked upon the Farmer As legitimate prey he should move out the country at once. It might not be unwise considering the malicious treatment Brigham by the democrats to consider briefly their work in the late convention held in Defiance. There were three men before that convention who might have fairly represented the sixth District one hid Boon a Brave Al Dler during the War and is now one the most Brilliant lawyers in the state. Another was a practical Farmer. The third was a professional Man. Notwithstanding the convention passed resolutions speaking in the Moil flattering terms the Farmer the labourer and business Man they were quickly lost sight when the spoils Many a blood got Wanned up. All things were made secondary to the War against John w. Canary. Johnson the Farmer and Hathaway the professional Man were shoved to one Side and the democratic King makers never rested a moment until they had throttled Canary and nominated one Tho weakest men in the District. That was in a democratic convention. The people this great District were lost sight in that disgraceful fight. The Farmer was not even thought . And still one would have thought in that meeting representative men a great party some consideration would have been shown the masses. But was that done no note then the difference in the actions the two parties. The republicans met in convention and nominated a Man who had been carefully weighed and found worthy to speak and act for the people the floor Congress. The democrats met in convention and spent a Day and half the night in killing off the Only men before the convention that were fitted to fill the High office congressman. Mixed shot. Gathered up from the Rara die. Trio a Hicksville has an a Tolub. Sherwood la afflicted with a Quot shop lifter the late Rains have made excellent Tores. New House. Golden roil teas Are the latest in Putnam county. Pumpkin socials arc All the go in Fulton county. Groat water Melon crop in Fulton county this year. Lodge k p instituted at White being a flt at work in some Defiance. Ohio. No37 a a some lives like hoes the More wont a the Busy wives who use s apr la q never seem to grow &.ca,Ke- a Complete wreck Domestic happiness has often resulted from badly washed dishes from an unclean Kitchen from trifles which seemed Light As air. But by these things a Man often judges his wife s Devotion to her family and charges her with general neglect when he finds her careless in those particulars. Jiffany a Home owes a Large part Clits Thrifty neatness and its consequent happiness to Sapolio. 8� grocers it better profit. Send we. but the Farmers this state Are possessed sufficient to Analyse the deep Laid plans democratic leaders and understand very fully even at this Early Day that the selection Cromley As a candidate does not mean a recognition the Farmer element but is simply a bid for the Farmer vote that the Power one the most corrupt up l unscrupulous political factions in the history the state May be prolonged. Consequently with a thorough understanding the situation the intelligent Farmerr the state will stand by Daniel j. Ryan and re elect Bim by least 25,000 majority. He is a pure Man he does not prostitute his office to Advance the interests any factions parties any set men. He is a True representative the people. He worked himself up from the humblest b Atlon in life and in the High position he now occupies possesses the entire Confidence the people. Dennis d. Donovan who was named by political High binders As the democratic nominee for Congress is the representative to the legislature from Henry county. He was not chosen to that office because his ability to discharge the duties pertaining to it but because the nomination was due the people in that Section the county where he resided. At his Home Deshler he is not looked upon As a Man More than Ordinary ability he is the owner four five Little farms that were sold for taxes and which he has from ten to fourteen years in which to pay for. He is spoken by bus neighbors As a Man who has accumulated considerable Money but not As a Man who has taken the Lead in advancing the interests Bis town. He is now a Law student and expects to become a lawyer some Day. It is said him by leading democrats at Deshler that he knifed Sall Graber when he was the democratic candidate for Congress in this District. With Tho kindest feelings toward the Man it May be added that the evidence goes to show that he is a Money Lender with Many symptoms shy Lockery. There is not a single thing that would recommend his election to Congress from this District he was the creature circumstances in the convention that nominated Bim. He was elevated to give place to the grave that was to receive John w. Canary. The voice the school Bell is abroad in the land. The Village Blakeslee wants to be in Corpora Ted. A new Catholic Church is Perrysburg. More business rooms needed in the town Antwerp. A woman will do the Para hate act at the Wood Donn to fair. Hog cholera is doing bad portions Henry county. The Post office at Cecil has been moved into the Randolph building. Noah Sark is located at Findlay and is occupied by a vender tinware. The managers Tho Paulding fair will hold a second meeting this fall. The band boys at Ridgeville Corners have bought a new set instruments. The Junior editor the Stryker Advance is Tho Happy father a Little daughter. I hey done to dig Wells out at Southerton. They merely punch holes in the ground. Woman a Relief corps at Antwerp will Iriva a ban 11 net tuesday evening sept. 80th. Some the wheat exhibition at the Napoleon fair tested 62l, pounds to the Bushel. The coloured people Northwestern Ohio celebrated emancipation Day at Paulding monday. Home one stole the Brick Wall out a Well in Delaware township this county the Hole in the ground is still there. Reports from Rural districts Are to the effect that English Sparrow Are injuring Corn and buckwheat to an alarming extent. Arthur Campbell the Cygnet anther has sold his interest in so floor children we save Money by buying writing tablets pencils and school supplies at Scott a Beto Florida. Death an old Pioneer building new House personal matter Mon Napoleon visited Here is at the paper to his i d. Aud m Keeney were at Defiance Day. Grant whirl a recently. Ired Miller Aud mrs. Geo. Owens present reported quite sick. Henry Ledermon Adams township says he raised All seed potatoes this year. Or. Branson and family Okolona spent sunday with George Durbany Richland township. Or. Cameron Jewell was in our town one Day inst week dispensing quinine to the afflicted. Messes we. Scofield and Frank Andrew were the guests . And mrs. M. Lose Deshler sunday. Or. 8. Miller and Geo. Leon Hart were in attendance at the Wauseon fair thurs Day lost we Ltd. We. N. Brubaker and wife attended the Wauseon fair. Wednesday last also . And mrs. W. C. Brubaker. Daniel e. Brubaker mrs. Brubaker mrs. We. Krotz Erand miss Mary Lenhart College notes. A class in greek was organized last week. There is considerable talk organizing the Ohio teachers Reading Circle. The literary society has commenced work in a better shape then Ever before. The examination teachers by the county Board will hereafter take place at the College instead the Central school banding. In the Normal and scientific departments there in the largest number now in attendance that Baa Ever been Here at this time the year. I he literary society purchased a new hanging lamp for the Chapel Rostrum. It in a very handsome brass mounted affair and lets their Light Shine beautifully. Ten now pupils monday last weak Eners Are letting us hear from them that they will soon enter. A steady and Gratifying increase in attendance is the present a Tate affair last week prof. Trench began Bis chorus class he is Superior both As a teacher and musician our students have in that department not to this part the state. Advantages be excelled in partner j. N. Birch and has accepted a no 1 action As court reporter the Toledo til Lett Tor the West tuesday. To la Korv Kutr a t and . A i Ham is the elected Man in spite anything a a 80 e. Wnm interred in the and. Y can f h f Ann j m a. J i fail in Ivolu. Zirul L browers Ayers Ville is Here and Means business. That is he a getting Ai that can be a substitute cheaper Roods for Sapolio to make a Back such articles my insist having just what every Waterproof Collar cuff that can be relied int at to spilt stot to Discolour bears this Mark. Trade Llu to i Mark. Needs no laundering. Can be wiped clean in a moment the Only Linen lined Waterproof Collar in the Market. Yeter Idary in freon Sherman l. Teeple from Ontario veterinary College has located at Tippin amp Karrys livery stable and will treat All diseases the domesticated animals in a scientific manner at reasonable prices. First class recommendations Kuhn i Gas fitter Geo. 3. Edm0nd8t0ne. Civil Engineer and Surveyor office 8 find 9 music Hall Block Over merchants National Bank second Street. Specialities Hydraulic and sanitary engl Deering and Bridge construction. Geo. S. Edna Oldstone c. E., cite civil Engineer deep Well pumps Ai rid everything in the plumbing and Gas l sitting line f by Sale at lowest prices. Clinton St., bet. 4th and 5th Street c04s Defiance. Ohio. The Many and uncalled for comments the democratic press since the nomination col j. A Brigham have been a study. The Republican express has published Many complimentary notices . Brigham. It has aimed to keep before the people the fact that he was a National figure tha5 though be was a Farmer he had master Edall questions touching the material interests All classes and that he would be a Safe Man to Send to Congress to represent the sixth District first the democrats insisted that he was a Man who Farmed with his Mouth alone but his democratic neighbors disapproved that Story and then the enemy had to take up the old cry demagogue. That cry comes from the North South East and West. It comes from the democrats in several states Aud very naturally in is to the query Why should the bourbons Pennsylvania new York and other states waste so Many words the Republican nominee for Congress away up Here in Northwestern Ohio is it not knowing the fearlessness and ability the Man that they b a he will demand and Force the suppression evils that Are crippling the agriculturalists without building up the Trade the merchant bettering the condition the lat Yorong Man if the Farmers this county will consider the actions the democrats in their county and congressional conventions it should not take them Long to make up their minds who they will support. If they Are honest in their demands Brigham and the entire Republican ticket will in elected our brother is a Wise Man and has full information the situation. The Williams county republicans have nominated the following Loket . J. W Weitz. Coroner Jason Crow infirmary director r. K. Haughey commissioner a Cory recorder p. A. Coulton clerk courts w. Slough auditor Evans e. Bechtol probate judge. A woman at Holgate went to a store for some floor. She gave the clerk what she supposed was a sack. The clerk emptied one scoop flour and it went through to the floor. Just then a horrifying discovery was made. What had been taken for a sack had two out lets and each out let was trimmed with embroidery. The clerk fainted and the woman fled As a Bird to a Mountain. Too following appointments were made at the recent session the North Ohio u. A conference at Hicksville South District d. B. Keller presiding elder Sherwood Mission j. Lower Black Creek w. W. Landis Hicksville a e. Gaff Maysville 8. L. Valentine Cherubusco j. A tedrow Butler a. F. Mccloe Bryan a Fink Stryker Mission. I. W. Redman Wauseon p. 0. Sheldon it. Carmel c. Moorman fair Fly cemetery Friday the 19th. H. F. Willeman and de. Scofield have the contract to repaint the school House in the Behrns District in Adams township. Or. And mrs. J. H. Barr attended the reunion the 15th. O. V. L last week at Van Wert and reports a number one time. Or. Lyman Trowbridge Napoleon is improving his farm East town by erect a new House. Will also put Down a Large amount tile this fail died at Bis Home near Okolona o., sept 22d, 1890, heart failure . Elliott Suun an aged and highly respected citizen the Maumee Valley for Over 60 years. A w. May an old Veteran the 68th, South Flatrock and j. W. Leach Jewell called old army comrades sunday last and rehearsed Many army scenes from �?T61 to �?T60 and what they witnessed from Don Eison to Vicksburg. Hebe and thebe. Seem to believe that since a time is Money both Are to be invested not spent some few changes Wero made in class work recently prof keys will take entire charge Tho latin classes. A pedagogy class Baa been started. Miss Moore has fallen heir to the geography class. There is a larger number studying this last Branch than Ever before in the Normal department history the Sherwood and Vicinity. Death Jacob Cope Money disappear. Loans adjusted trouble about Church. Adams township. Platter Creek. A cheap Colt Good turn out Clove seed notes. A heavy Frost saturday night. O d fog has his ditch completed. J. Kelley will go to Findlay this week. Corn looks very White since the late frosts. J. Moon Tiffin township visited . J. Wayne sunday. Ii Pettit has rented the farm known As the greek place. Ii Pettit purchased a Fine four year old Colt for the Small sum $100. Vej. Crawford living near Bryan has been with his old neighbors the past week. Or. Dickey has hulled Over too bushels Clover seed off his farm this year. C. Henderson and Dysinger Are making quite a show at straightening the Creek. Our Republican friends were pleased to meet . Powell Defiance last week. Nebuchadnezzar. Liberty Mission 0. C. Mannings Maumee Santo. J. C. Albright Newville w. J. Stoy. North District j. W. Lilly presiding elder Waterloo 8. P. Klotz stuben d. Bros la Brunch Mission l Durler sugar Grove a. J. Coder my pleasant Mission d. Tedrow Hillsdale Mission b Thomas Montpellier c. M. Eberly Pioneer i w. Lowman Waldron j. Amp Smith Delta m. F. Scouten Raisin 8. H. Yager Monroe to be supplied. Washington township. Horrible death a Little child Stone for new Bridge notes. Mrs. Jacob Treftz is very poorly at this writing with pneumonia. Mra Susan Everett will have a Public Sale 8i pc. Ooth at. La Rev a rib s a family re in Long breaking a Colts lost a horse personal. Henry Giffey lost a Good work horse last week. Mekus boys Are training a Colt for de at by a old Rel table Bra Larex cml ski can Cersy Ternate weakness ulcers tutors Boses t i in rfcs v 1 a Vod. Poi inhale tills la in i i Good and Kinin ask rheumatism and All la a a Nawab Fop Sale by j. L. Scott 19 it is not my purpose in this letter to Point out the causes that have led to so much dissatisfaction among the Farmers though i do hold As i shall Endeavor to show in a future letter that the Troub e should not and cannot be ascribed to the Protection american industries and american labor As claimed by the slave Loving bourbons the growth the american Republic has been unparalleled in the history nations and while it is True that in the Early Days the country the agricultural districts were Well represented in the National Congress that teas not beep True late years and if in the consideration the diversified interests the country the Farmer should not have had his special champions to look after his needs it would not be particularly surprising if he fell Back a step to the rear. He feels that he has and that is one reason Why there is such a general demand among that class for greater representation in Congress. In a District not devoted exclusively to the objection might be raised to a Man wedded to hobbies alone that in his narrowness he would imperils if not sacrifice other interests to carry through those which he had championed. The republicans the six b District while recognizing the Justice the firmer so claims for better representation chose a Man so Broad so thoroughly versed in the wants All classes in the District that they Felt that no possible objection could be raised to him a Man who would inspire Confidence in the people regardless Trade avocation profession. That Sunnyside Paulding county. The hop a failure sowing wheat Clover seed a Light crop note. An interesting lesson at the sunday school last sunday Joseph Heister is building a Hay barn the Hoeffl farm. The Strawberry plants Are growing and spreading rapidly since the recent Rains. A Good Way to kill cabbage Worms is to Sprinkle them with hot water. Try it once twice. Uncle Timothy Plummer Morenci mich., was the guest your correspondent a urday and sunday last. Or. And mrs. Henry Arnold powells Creek were the guests Joseph Arnold the Johnston farm sunday last. We understand from miss Mary Casson Antwerp that her school will commence at West Sunnyside the 6th Day oct four teams Are at work the Harmen ing farm putting in wheat the ground is in splendid order and . Bersaw will sow about 40 acres. Clover seed is not turning out As Good As expected. On the Johnston farm but 12 bushels were raised alike Cloyer about 12 acre the social hop at the new House 0. W. Berean saturday night was a failure Tor the want a dancing floor. The a a hoppers were disappointed. A Young gentleman recently from fort Worth Texas by the name Chaa. Piper came a Ong main Street Sunnyside the other Day his Way to preach to the Heathen Africa and concluded to Stop at this place among the Heather to do Good for the master. C. Bur sell Hicksville was in this Vicinity last week business. Rev. Cline Hicksville preached at the lick Creek Bethel last sunday evening. Or. And mrs. R. Brown Defiance visited w. H. Mueller Ney last sunday. George Woods is running his stave factory to its full capacity. The teams Are Busy hauling logs. Three car loads Stone have come to Ney to be used for the abutments a new Bridge across lick Creek. Mrs. Clara Dean returned from Batler ind., Friday evening where she attended the wedding . And mrs. David Yarlott a daughter. A Large audience attended services at the m. Church at Ney sunday to hear Rev. Bailey a Farewell address for this Confer once year. Or. And mrs. It Tomlinson Defiance were the guests . And mrs. George Barrick parents mrs. Tomlinson saturday and sunday. I he republicans Defiance county do not need to he ashamed their convention that was held in Defiance the kith. The ticket nominated is a Good one and gives general satisfaction. The ten month old babe . And mrs. William Erlston fell into a pail swill thursday last week and was drowned. It was a sad Accident and the bereaved parents have the sympathy Alt the funeral took place the kith int the remains being interred in the Catu Olio cemetery. Charles Parker visited his parents Napoleon last Friday and saturday. Mrs. Sarah Hoadley and mrs. Blanch Allen visited in Defiance last Friday and saturday. Henry Bostleman has commenced crushing Cane and is making Sorn a. He is doing a Good business. Family re Union at the residence Samuel Maddocks last sunday consisting children and grandchildren. A Job ditching has been done Between sections 9 and to which will leave the Road in pretty fair condition married at the brides residence the Ridge Road sept. 16th, 1890, miss Anna front this township and John Bowers Florida. May Prosperity go with them. Spoo Pendyke. Or. Jacob Core a resident Delaware township for 28 years was found dead in Bis House last Friday afternoon. He leaves three sons two whom Are married and the companion Bis life. He was Well respected and comfortably situated. All the lire insurance companies have adjusted their losses resulting from the late fire except the Home new York. The following companies had losses the Glen Falls the Pastua fire association Royal Queen North British a mercantile and Horne. Losses about $8,000. Alex Mccaskey loft the store for a few moments last monday to go Over to his Home intending to return in a Short Tima he also left $95 behind a Case the Coon. Ter. A Hen Helret rued the Money was gone. A certain business Man saw All the parties go in and out the store and Tho end is not yet the reformed Church was re locked last tuesday morning by the pastor and trustees the German congregation. The citizens Are very indignant the Union Sabbath Aoh ool belongs to the Wing the English i congregation but have let the germans use their Organ carpets chandeliers with Good Grace for years. Legal Steps Are being taken and ii shall be the aim your correspondent to report the matter fairly and with Justice to All in the next Issue your estimable paper. Children cry for i pitchers Castor la. Highest All in Leavening . S. Go it report aug. 17, i Bors powder absolutely pure a a b b Dally excursions to St. Louis. From Date until sept 80th, the Toledo he Louie a Kansas City it. It., will Issue exl ii Sion to Lckes from All stations to St Louis �,0r7 1letnrn Avone Are to exceed $10. Tickets Good one week. Fast Day trains and no change cars Between Toledo and St Louis. Visit the St louts exposition. Gilmore a band four concerts Dally. Call nearest agent for further particulars address c. C. Jenkins Gene a. Pass agent Toledo Ohio. At 6 per cent. Interest in i Beal 2r� uhf e i2sts cjte5i.3it�e3 i All Loans closed up 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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