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Defiance Daily Crescent (Newspaper) - April 27, 1891, Defiance, Ohio Defiance daily Crescent. In a ered it tha per Oak Defiance Ohio an second-ola.8 Wall matter. Ii Defiance 27, 1891 f. Schrack editor. Slivered to any part the City by carriers eve re Day Ono wait sunday at tile hollowing rates. I a Cor v3 Yenta. I per month. 40 cent. Iii Wei. To a a i per veal. 6 00 new system voting. Full text Tho secret ballot Law. Columbus Jug is the april 25.�?the Fol Lewis me full text the australian ballot Dill As it was enacted into Law by the adoption the report the conference committee a Bill to provide for the Modo conducting elections insure the secrecy the ballot and prevent fraud and intimidation at the polls and to repeal certain statutes therein named. Section i. Do it enacted by the Gen Erat Assembly the state Ohio that hereafter All elections All Public officers except school directors in the state Ohio shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions this act. Sic. 2. In addition to the duties now imposed him by Law the Secretary state shall prepare and furnish forms for the guidance the county boards elections for All the Blanks cards instruction including poll books and daily sheets certificates nomination and designs provided for hereinafter for the conduct elections in this the Secretary state is hereby authorised Aud required to collate and publish All the election Laws in Force applicable to the conduct elections. There shall be 4, copies such collation Laws printed 3,590 to be bound Iii paper 500 to la bound in doth and the same to by distributed Iii proportion to the number voting precincts in each county such distribution to be made through the county boards election. County to a has election. See. 3. Oil before the first monday in july next ensuing after the Pas Sage this aet except in counties containing cities the first class the probate judge in cad county in the state shall appoint t county Hoard elections consisting a a four persons who Are qualified Dee tors such county two whom shall be App outed for one year and two whom shall lie appointed for two years and annually thereafter the probate judge shall appoint two mein hers said Board for two years. Two the members said Board one tor the Long and one for the Short term shall be selected from the political party which East the highest ii ii in lie votes in this state at the lust priced lug november election Anil two from the political party which cast the next highest number votes. All vacancies shall be tilled and All appointments to new terms shall he made from the political party to which the vacating member belonged unless there be a third political party easting a greater number votes in this state than did the party to which the retiring member belonged at the next preceding november election in which event said vacancy shall be tilled from said third party. But All appointments shall he made from the two parties easting the highest and next highest number votes not More than two members such Board shall belong to the same political party provided that if the executive committees the two political parties in the county casting the highest and the next highest number votes in this state at the last previous november election recommend qualified persons then the probate judge shall appoint such persons so recommended to the number to which each party is entitled but if no such recommend Tiou is made then the probate judge shall make such appointment agreeable to the provisions herein contained. A member the county Board elections May be removed by the probate judge for misfeasance malfeasance in office for any other Good and sufficient cause except when the appointments Are made by the mayor any City having Power to appoint Mem Bers boards elections in which Case the mayor May remove any Mem Ber the Hoard for similar sufficient a use. In counties containing cities the first class the Board elections heretofore provided for such cities by Section 2926b the revised statutes shall in their respective counties constitute the county boards elections pro idea by this act and shall hereafter be selected As Iii said Section provided. Iii counties containing cities the second class the hoards elections heretofore provided for said cities shall have the Powers and be subject to to the duties prescribed in Section 2920 the revised statutes and supplemental sections As heretofore amended except All the returns the november elections shall Iii such counties be made to the county hoards election As hereinafter provided and in addition thereto such Board shall in the conduct municipal elections have All the Powers and duties Aud be subject to All the provisions penalties and requirements the county boards elections prescribed n this act. Tile probate judge immediately upon the appointment the county Loard elections and upon filling any vacancy in such Hoard shall notify the Secretary state giving him the full name and Post office address All such appointees. And when such Board organizes the president thereof shall immediately notify the Secretary state the name and Post office Adless the clerk such Board. Organization and compensation Sec. 4. In All counties except counties containing cities the first class the Board elections shall at least thirty Days previous to the november election in each year meet Iii the office the county commissioners and organize by electing one their number As president and a resident elector such county other than a member the Board As clerk both which officers shall continue for one year Ami until their successors Are elected and qualified. And the balloting for such officers shall commence at before i clock p. In. On the Day convening and at least one ballot shall be taken every thirty minutes until such Board is organized. And if after ten ballots no person shall be agreed As president the oldest member such Hoard shall act As president for the ensuing year and if after a like number ballots no person is agreed upon As clerk the clerk shall be selected by lot from among those balloted for. The clerk such Board shall lie paid a salary Iii quarterly instalments not to exceed one Hundred dollars $100 per year which compensation shall lie fixed by the county Board elections. To be continued. The new election Law. On Friday the legislature this state passed a new Law governing elections. It is what is known As tile i australian secret system voting. It is an entire and Radical change Over the old system and one that will require study Aud practice to become fully acquainted with. Tile daily Cem ent will publish the full text the Law As it stands and the statute Hooks and suggests that each and every voter carefully read and study it. It is too Long to appear in one edition the daily Crescent therefore we will Divide it and carry it through several editions. The first instalment will be found in another column. This chapter treats the county hoards elections their organization and compensation. It defines How these boards shall be selected and their duties. The Law is very cumbersome and in Many places intricate and we prophecy that about next november there will be considerable fun All Over Ohio and there will also be after next no vember and until the people become thoroughly acquainted with the Workings the Law. Of one thing we Are certain and that is that if Ohio docs not have honest elections hereafter it will lie the fault the people Iii not enforcing the Law that provides for such elections. Every precaution is taken to make bribery and intimidation impossible and All voting is done Iii the strictest secrecy. No Man will know How another votes unless he chooses to Tell. A the Law is a Good one its intent and purpose is Correct Aud the people should congratulate themselves having it. Every citizen should Aid in helping establish the Law and do All in his Power to see it successfully established. We repeat the suggestion that every voter carefully read the Law As it appears from Day to Day in these column so that they May be then Able to discuss it intelligently when election Day comes and be prepared to go and cast their ballot understandingly. Read this space a to a o miss Nellie Miller Rockford o., is visiting miss Maggie Gorman. Miss Eli love is spending the week Iii the country with mrs. Lambert. The misses Maggie and Gertie Gorman spent sunday at new Bavaria. Mrs. George Neidermire spent Mullin Napoleon the guest her parents. U. G. Fauver Lias gone to Cygnet to take charge t. La. Starrs store there. Mrs. I. Kuhn and children spent sunday with her parents in the country. Mrs. J. D. Lamb Paulding spent sunday in the City visiting j. I. Buffington. John Preisendorfe left this morning for Detroit for die Benefit his health. O. F. Wentworth Hicksville was in the City yesterday the guest b. La. Kingsbury. Joe Geiger pleasant Bend formerly this City was in town yesterday business. And p. Zeigler left it. Clemens midi., p. J. Shannon this morning for for their health. Challenge. The big Blacks hereby Challenge die Defiance Blacks to a game Ball time and place to be mutually agreed upon. F. Shot manager. Two to Saiki Ninon carpenters at St. Louis have resolved to strike May i unless the Bosses accede to their demand forty cents in hour. All plans have been carefully Laid Aud the struggle promises to be determined. A disastrous fire is in Progress in the Collins Coal mines at Coalville la., and the workmen have been driven from the mines by the and smoke. All attempts to get at the fire have been fruitless. The origin is a mystery. The Banks Oshkosh wis., have taken in Many counterfeit Silver dollars the Issue 1884. It is said that the parties who Are a shoving the queer in that City wholly ply their Trade in saloons As the counterfeits Are All found in the deposits made by the Saloon keepers. The failure record. New York april 27.�?the business failures occurring throughout the country during the last seven Days number 205, As compared with a total 251 last week. For the corresponding week last year the figures were 218. Indictment a Ollief prosecuting attorney Janies b. Woods to Day dollies the indictment the grand jury recently found against John copier for participating in a riot. To l. S. Program at the Home misses Bertha and Minnie Dittmer monday evening May 4, 1891 i. Music. Ii. Devotional exercises 103 psalm. Iii. Secretary report. In. Business. V. Criticisms. I. Lesson questions walks and talks in geological Fields. Vii. Music. Chi. Test questions world to Day and English phrase and fable. In. Paper Minnie Hooker. X. Bound table geysers Volca noes and earthquakes read chapters Xiv. Xiv. And xviii. I. Boll Call. Name a prominent Battle commander each Side and which victorious. Xii. Adjournment. In probate court. The following wills have been filed for probate Iii judge bakery a office. Will Binaldo Kimmel late Farmer township. Will Jacob Fraker Mark town ship and John w. Carman deceased Defiance township. Mary e. Ryder has been appointed administer matrix the estate Samuel Ryder late Defiance township. Mrs. Mary Biscoe has been appointed administer matrix the estate Simon Biscoe who recently committed suicide in Delaware township. 8. S. Armstrong wife and child Saginaw midi., spent sunday with his sister mrs. Carter. Mrs. Scott Clemons returned last evening from Albion iud., where she has been attending her Sisters funeral. Geo. Miller and his gang workmen left yesterday for Antwerp where he has the contract for putting up a Large building. Mrs. J. A. Musser who Lias been visiting Lier parents the past three weeks Iii Napoleon returned Home saturday evening. Messes. French Toledo e. P. Cobb t. B. Bremen ii. Ensign Aud the misses Lizzie and Rose Kesselmayer Clara Shultz Aud Hattie Boyer spent sunday Iii Paulding. Died a defaulter. Lewiston me., april 27.�?it is now alleged that the accounts Marshall c. Percival sex cashier the shoe and leather National Bank Auburn who attempted suicide a week Ugo arc thousands dollars Short she suffered for Twenty years. My wife has suffered for fifteen years from congestion and painful Meus Truu Tiou. After using three bottles Brad to eld a female regulator she is now Able to do her House work and go where she pleases. J. W. Davis. Moravian fulls n. Write Bradfield Reg. ., Atlanta ga., for particulars. For Sale by n. G. Woodward. My Case is Long standing has baffled Many physicians have tried every remedy i could Bear but Bradfield a female regulator is All that relieved me. Write the Bradfield Reg. ., Atlanta ga., for further particulars. Sold by n. G. Woodward. Nothing succeeds like Success. Judicious advertising creates Many a new business enlarges Many an old business preserves Many a Large business revives Many a Dull business rescues Many a lost business saves Man a failing business secures Success in any business. Personal the spiritualists. Or. And mrs. Kates will hold another meeting it the rink to night the 27th at 7 30 p. In. For lecture and tests. American medical association meeting. Washington i. C., May 5th to 8lh. For the american medical association meeting to be held at Washington i. C., May 5tli to 8th, 1891, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad com any will sell tickets to Washington i. A. A id return May 2nd to 7tli inclusive at a rate a fare and a third for the round trip certificate plan. Tickets will be Good for return passage until May Lith 1891. For further information Call address the nearest b. &0. Ticket agent. John Martin Sun Dayed Iii Napoleon. T. Myers and wife Are visiting at Bryan. J. F. Deatrick is in Cecil today business. Orville Cassady spent sunday in Napoleon. F. P. Spriggs Paulding was Iii the City yesterday. Al. Heister and family visited friends Here yesterday. Dan Widmer Garret iud., w As in the City yesterday. To. Hartman the Holgate limes was in the City sunday. Miss Mary Haymaker and Mother have moved to Brunersburg. Mlis reliable i shoe House. The greatest bargain yet offered. A genuine $2.50 Dongola Button shoe for $1.73. This turned week Only. The markets. Grain. 1�?~rovulons. Etc. Chicano april 25. Flour higher. Spring wheat patents <5.25 �6.00 Tantra i4.75�5.u0 Winier wheat flour. 15.13 0 it patents and 4.75�5 00 straights. Wheat ruled lower. No. 2 Cash 1.11 i May. , and july 1.07� 1.02. Corny a Tolve and very weak. No. 2, 69� 700 no. 9 yellow 71�72c no. 3, 69�70c no. 3 yellow 71�78o May 68�70c july. 64�fl6 0. Oats weaker and lower. No. 2, 5lrfrmc May. 6l�34c july 47�51o. Samples lower. No. 3, 52�55c a 3 White 55�57o no. 8, 53 �54o a 2 White 5&�56c. Rye a Dull and lower. No. 9 Cash to s90c april 89c, and May 90c. Samples 90�90o for no. 9, and 86�87c for no. 8. Barley quiet and easier. Good malting 77�78c common to fair Light weight 75�76o. Mass pour trading moderately Active and prices ruled easier. Prices ranged at 112.79� 12.75 Fer Cash 12.65�12.77 for May 1&05� in 17 for july and 113.10� 13.52 for september. Lard Market moderately Active and prices easier. Quotations ranged Al 86.75�8 80 for Cash 6.75�8.80 for May i7.05�7.10 for july and 17.33�7.37 for september. Butter Creamery 20�25c Dairy 16�21o packing Stock 6�l8c. Poultry live chickens i0�l0c per la. Live turkeys 9�l3o per la. Live ducks 9� lie per la. Live geese. I3.00�4.00 per Doz. Oils Wisconsin prime White 8c water White 8o Michigan prime White 9c water White 10c Indiana prime White 9o water White 10c headlight 175 test 9o gasoline 87 Degas 14c 74 Degas 9c naphtha 63 Deg a 7c. Liquors distilled spirits ruled firm Atli 16 per . For finished goods. New York april 25. Wheat no. 2 red Dull pc lower weak May. Tl.21�1.81 june. 1.18�1.18 july �?�1.15 15-16�.16 August 11.13 a l 13 sep member tl.l0�l.io october 1109 de be in Ber tl.l0�1.10 May �?T921.18�u4. Corny no. 3, quiet to lower easy no. 2. 3�85o Steamer mixed 82�<4c. Oats no. 2. Dull weaker Western 59�71c. Provisions beef steady and Dull extra mess 17.25�7.75 family i10.00�10.50. Fork firm quiet new mess 113.75� 14.50 old mess tl2.00�12.50 extra prime tll.75�12.25. Lard quiet weak steam rendered 16.97. Cleves Junu o., april 25. Petroleum quiet Standard White to Deg. Test 6c 74 dog. Gasoline 8o 86 Deg. Gaso line 12c 63 Deg. Naphtha 6a live Stock. Chicago april 25. Cantle Market Dull and dragging. Quotations ranged at f5.60�8.40 for Choice to fancy shipping steers i5.00�6.50 for Good to Cholee do. 14.30�4.do for common to fair do. 93.50� 4.25 for butchers steers 2.60�3.50 for stockers is.00�5.25 for texans 3.40�4.30 for feeders ll.50�4. for cows 1.5083-50 for bulls and 42.50�4.50 for veal calves. Hogs Market rather Active. Sales ranged at 3.15�4.90 for pigs 4.50�5.06 for Light 4.55�4.75 for rough packing 4.65�5.10 for mixed and 4.80�6 20 for heavy picking and shipping lots. Covak Mytr late gone a All Tho painful disorders and chronic weaknesses Peculiar to the female sex. They go with Tho use . Pierces favorite prescription. Periodical pains weak Back bearing Down sensations nervous prostration All a a female complaints a Are cured by it. It i9 purely vegetable and perfectly harmless a a powerful general As Well As uterine tonic and Nervine imparting vigor and strength to the whole system. It costs you nothing if it fails to give satisfaction. Its guaranteed to do so in every Case the Money is refunded. It can be guaranteed a for it docs it. No other Medicine for women is sold such terms. That a the Way its makers prove their Faith in it. Contains no alcohol to inebriated no syrup sugar to derange digestion a legitimate Medicine not a beverage. Purely vegetable and perfectly harmless in any condition the system. Worlds dispensary medical association proprietors no. 663 main Street Buffalo n. Y. A child killed. Aunt Lier child killed by the use opiates veil in the form u soothing syrup. Why mothers rive their children such deadly Poison is snap rising when they can relieve the child its Peony our trouble s by us Iii . Ackers Bally soother. It conium no opium morphine. Sold by n. G. Woodward Diu Gist. Whee you want hot Issic Chann Ellers Side brackets desire your Home fitted with pipes and fixtures contemplate putting in fire places it mantles Call and receive our prices. Looses extract red Glover Blossom z Lulu d cd cancers in Titi it c co female weakness ulcers tutors bores Alisco mses mood poisoning halt Rheum Catarrh Erysipelas rheumatism and All blood and skin diseases. Price i. Per pint bottle 6 bottles for 5. 1 la can solid extract bold by j. L. Scott. Is this what you Are looking for ? Des. George amp Holmes new and unerring method treating diseases wit i Herb Medicine. This article is directed especially to those who have been sick for some time and have tried different physicians men ability who professed the knowledge cure and the ability to do so but whose trial failed. The sick have not much Confluence in physicians generally. They think that they and their medicines Are All alike hut in that they Are mistaken. They have been dosed with minerals so much and received no Benefit that they cannot be blamed much for their opinion. And further More As Long As they continue the use such Medicine they will but grow worse. What they want is something that will cure them and . Georges new system Herb Medicine will provided their ease is curable. Or. George has been Twenty five years Iii perfecting this system Medicine which consists pure Herb remedies exclusively. They have proven that All pain is caused by an obstructed circulation the blood. That Herb medicines Are natures Only remedies. That Herb medicines will cure and relieve pain at the same time. That nearly All diseases arise from derangement the digestive eliminating organs Aud that All cures Are effected by restoring the parts to a healthy condition. His system will cure the disease by relieving the cause i. E., by restoring the blood to a healthy condition. They have never failed to cure a Case with this system that he pronounced curable. It is the most wonderful discovery in medical science that Bas been made. The medicines Are pure and fresh being constantly manufactured at the Laboratory Miler the personal supervisor . George. Do you wish to try it the trial will Cost you nothing provided it does not cure you. You want something new and that will restore you to Good health and this will. Doctors George and Holmes contract to cure any the diseases below named that they pronounce curable and charge you nothing for treatment by contract Iii Case failure to cure. Rheumatism a neuralgia a sick headache a Catarrh a bronchitis a consumption in curable eases dyspepsia liver complaint Biles and fistula Brigit a a disease and other disorders the kidneys gravel dropsy Etc. Also diseases the heart spinal affections and derangement the brain and nervous system female complaints diseases the Eye and ear Cataract removed by the use Medicine Only. Partial total blindness cured id All eases where the organization the Structure the Eye Are still perfect but diseased running sores the neck limbs ears Etc., Erysipelas swellings Tetter Aud All diseases the skin so Romulous syphilitic and All disorders arising from impure blood. Jaundice Gall stones fever and ague and All intermittent fevers general and nervous debility premature decay loss memory insanity Etc. Or. George also removes cancers with wonderful celerity and prevents its return by removing the cancer virus from the system which nothing but Herb Medicine can do. He does not use the knife caustic nor Burn it out. Special cancer circular sent free to any address upon request. Consultation free. No exorbitant prices charged. Everybody Rich and poor treated alike. Dos. George amp Holmes have located permanently in Defiance and can be consulted at their Parlours at mrs. Troxelle a Corner first and Jefferson streets Defiance. Office hours 8 to 1130 a. In. 2 to 6 p. In. 7 to 9 p. In
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