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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - May 11, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Deir a Noel express. Defiance o. Quot thursday May la 1399. Defiance express forty first year. Free Field i Over head roadways building court Street. Mumbai of select list Ohio Dally act by wekly a meekly a Pep Price own Advance 4dbicfu Leo by mall Fob paid fwd fear it paid to Advance. I or a ear if not paid in All other periods in proper Loo. Fly your Lubsch Pilon in Advance and save ask per Cen. Hater cd Al defiant Ohio Post office As Sec id class matter. President Mckinley not tied up to any candidate a special dispatch from Washington d. C., to the Cleveland Lender Satur embodies gome very interesting fact. J it says a Hon. Walter d Colibert auditor of Are they to become the Fash Ion in Defiance thursday a i i the approaches to the new High i Bridge Over the Wabash railway track on North Clinton Street Are to be about 18 inches higher. This will make a i Grade of four feet to the Hundred each Board if education matters of much importance considered at meeting monday night Tate Republican convention. Tro of Ohio a requested i Quot Lecty of 1 Durn in purpose of Domini the convention in 1 devs of june 1 Anil 11 inn come id 2, do for a ,.v a i ites for the mice of Ltd it Var uhf 1,1 Eute Nant g a Vinor. Am i Tor 1 i mate. I a ii ref of state Atter nay it in crab one in Tho u Breme not it and a ii Amber of the Board cation a if Public of irks. The by Sis of of pfc sen i ii be one d Legato for a \ 1 a Tor votes buries a re Tan of St tinny. Remit to it the not Alcan candidate Ember Electa ii. Id one for Ench fraction of 250 or Over i its basis the Reno Jeantat in of the several i Emir tic s in the conv coition trill b As follow i the state of Ohio and candidate for a in _ Way and partially Bury the front of renomination from the Republican j a j. Party called at yesterday afternoon. The political i situation in the Buckeye state was the third Ward engine House Tittle s the while House i the political i 8rocerl the Macb property Etc. The top of the new Bridges will be 21 feet Ilion i >7 Mal the delegates from the vhf a 008 harriets win Convene on thursday. Tune at in a int sue Dace As May t a designated by e committee of arrangements for Hie Dun Ole of choosing Vlee in dents of the convention and Ira Myers of Hie Vari us Cut Mitt is. Inelud-5m Tim state Centiu i Eon tree. The convention la be called lot r a on to or Day. June i at 4 n. In., for to Poran staulz upon receiving reimarts of District comm tees Aud Tui t in a rail. Iii. N of is Cli Oil or r a iness As May be properly brought a a fore to a a a volition i i cot Dies w hero not already selected Tim a do sates shall be select d in -1 of a1 could is of of it state in Mich Man eras Tim county Central or control Lens a Ommittee May designate at tast three Days before the holding of the state n. A a. By order of the Republican state it Antral Ommittee. It \ i s Iii Linc. Jet i it w do Hult Hatrman. Secretary. Central committee meeting. Tie Kepi Allcan Central committee id deft e county. Will meet at the hotel Defiance since it Milo on saturday May Sou i 809, i p. Rn., to it select an executive committee to he eco air delegates and Fem alternates to end the Hong Allcan state convention to be a a a Columbus a it Dune i and 2.1 Sod and to e id to it such other cosiness As May properly be before tin a Ommittee la e my Kun la i he i Ami add. Chairman. Secretary. Or. Croker has arrived in England to acquire another lot of Money from British horsemen. How he proposes to do the business is his private affair. I he United state prisoners 0 broke jail at Toledo were 1 Down by a newspaper Man. Ide Sam ought to put the Ledo press gang on his pay Roll. King Leopold of Belgium authorizes an emphatic denial of the report that in had planned to visit America during the coming summer. Thanks awfully Leopold according to some medical authorities piano practice is bad or the nerves. This is True not Only to those who do the prac. Dug but of those who have to Tusten to it. Some of the american volunteers in the Philippines have dug a hidden Money amounting to Tso too. Yet some grumbles complain that there is no Money n soldiering big heart chief of the Osage indians has been indicted for distributing thirty two Wagon oads of Sod Corn whisky among lie members of his tribe in Oklahoma. If the charges against him Are True they suggest that big hearts last name should have been tank very aptly remarks the Toledo news. Those sanguine democrats who Are urging or. Bryan to drop the free Silver Issue might As Well save their Energy for other use. To ask the Nebraska Lader to abandon free coinage is much like asking a circus manager to give up his trick mule. Briefly discussed and while the conversation on the subject was an incident of the auditors visit the president took occasion to define his position in relation to the exciting contest for the gubernatorial nomination which is now in Progress there a first the president said Kyhas no personal candidate for the nomination second he has no preference among the candidates who Are struggling for the Honor. The president expressed the Hope and Confidence that a Strong representative Republican would be chosen i y toe convention but that was All. Ile specified no particular r Pirant. Or. Mckinley did cot talk term. Guil Bert for publication necessarily but no Confidence is violated in reporting what he a Iii a moreover the president assured or. Guilbert that he had the utmost Confidence in the Republican party of his native state. He is not disturbed by reports of disaffection tending to end an Der the Success of the ticket this fall but believes the state convention will select some Good Republican As a candidate for governor and that the ticket will be elected next fall with a handsome majority. A the president is confident that the Republican party will be Safe in the hands of the convention which assembles next month and he asks and expects nothing More than that a Geol Republican be placed at the head of the ticket. And he has no fear that this will not be done. A the people of Ohio the president believes May be trusted to preserve the principles of republicanism and is satisfied he Days that the action of the convention will conform to the traditions of the party Aud that its integrity will be preserved. Or. Mckinley during his conversation with the state auditor reiterated his impartiality As to the personality of the candidates for governor. Or. Guilbert left for Columbus last above the Wabash railway track and before the Structure is completed there is Good reason for believing that the railway company will raise the track. As the present gang of workmen claim they Are ordered Here for three months work. The labor now being done Over in North Defiance is the result of the action of the old Council which has just gone out of Power. The people of the third Ward Are now in favor of filling up Clinton Street from the top of the Wabash railway Bridge to the top of the Maumee River Bridge. This would make the filled Roadway even with the top of the Maumee River Bridge which could then be planked Over Aud an elevated Roadway built along the entire length of Clinton Street As there is much dancer from runaway teams scorchers Etc., under present conditions. The elevated Road could very properly be extended Over Clinton Street above the b a o railway tracks As the Clinton Street crossing of the b a o in not Only dangerous but trains frequently obstruct the Roadway As Long As a half hour at a time. Steps Down the Side of the Grade could be put in on the North Side to Barney Luken s and the brewery and a Block and tackle elevator would answer All purposes at Miller s produce Exchange store. The approach to the elevated Roadway could be made gradual commencing up about Pete Murphy a graveyard. Letter lot for the week ending May 9, 1s99 Ankney Elie Flaherty. A j Gary c j Hull Jno. E Moon Matilda Mahan Frank Sheedy Dan Stout j w Welteke John Young h a c j Thompson p m. Rom Shehan Kot Camm oho governorship. In r or. In r. Probasco of Cin Cannatti who has for upwards of Twenty years been on intimate relations with senator Sherman has recently been in correspondence with the senator in reference to the rumours that he would be a candidate for governor of Ohio. In response to a letter written by or. Probasco to senator Sherman he says a you Are entirely right in supposing that i have no thought of being nominated or elected governor of Ohio. I do not want the office and could not accept it in my present condition of health and strength. No Man of the age of seventy six ought to undertake the performance of the Many details of an executive office. You Are authorized to say that i am not a candidate for governor do not wish my name mentioned in that connection and would not accept it if nominated. A or. Sherman expects to leave his family the latter part of this month. Or. Sherman has engaged Washington for Mansfield with Vav 4 /.-l- a Hon. John Sherman. Ohio a grand old Man says he would not accept the governorship if tendered him. Rooms at the Neil House Columbus and will be present at the Republican state convention. The Board of education met in adjourned session at the office of Baker amp Gleason monday evening All of the members being present. The committee on repairs of school buildings submitted the following report president and mgt rulers of the Hoard. A the committee visited the Central school april 29th and in looking Over this building we find that the furnaces Are very badly burned so much so. That they Are beyond repair also hese furnaces have been much too Small considering the amount of rooms to be heated. A we find the ventilation in this built ing very bad in fact there has been no changing of air at All in most of the school rooms during school hours which according to the Laws of the state of Ohio should be Ever 15 to 30 minutes. A we also find that the out buildings on the Central grounds which if they were taken away would add very much to the bettering of the Central school grounds As by leaving them they Are a nuisance. After taking into consideration the condition of the furnaces ventilation closets we deem it necessary that there should be placed in this school building a new system of heating and ventilation also a new closet system. A the new system should do the work of heating and ventilation so As to meet the requirements of Comfort and health of the pupils and h. Sass. J. O. Fisher. W. I. Rath. Or. Gleason moved that the report be accepted and adopted All Aye. The Bond of h. Sass treasurer of the Board for $20, Hal was read and approved on motion of or. Gleason. It was signed by Edward Squire e e Carter and c e Slocum. The attention of the Board being called to the fact that commencement would soon be Here june 8th, president Davis appointed the following committee on arrangements r h Gleason m b Gorman and j o Fisher. This committee will have full charge of All arrangements. At this juncture the Board look up the matter of heating and ventilating the Central building and discussed the different systems. While no arguments were reached the discussion developed the fact that a majority of the Board would probably favor the mechanical or fan system. If it does the changes contemplated at the Central building will Cost about $8,000 or $3,500. Or. See moved that the clerk advertise according to Law for bids for heating apparatus at the Central school building carried All voting Aye. Bids for All kinds of systems will be received. The truant officer said that Many parents whose children had had the measles could not return their children to schools because the health officer had refused to Issue certificates without which the superintendent could not admit them to the schools. The matter was referred to the Board of health on motion of or. Gorman. John k. Ort was authorized to buy four flags for the school buildings on motion of or. Gleason All Aye. The matter of selecting a Book agent of the schools was then taken up and after some discussion it was concluded not to receive bids from any of the dealers. Or. Sass then moved that Weisen Berger amp Emery e. N. Lewis a. M. Min sell n. G. Woodward and m. J. Walz be named As agents of the Board they not to charge in excess of to per cent. A Bove Ohio contract Price for books. Motion carried All Aye. In the matter of supplies they will be bought where -a.11 iin.d.3 of Fri tue at drug Stoie they can be procured the cheapest. The matter of employing a superintendent of the Public schools was then taken up and or. Gorman moved that the Board receive applications for the position of superintendent up until june let carried All Aye. Or. Hath moved that the Board receive applications from men for the principalship of the Public school car ried All Aye but or. Gleason who did not vote. W a Kehnast came before the Board and said superintendent Beck of the Napoleon schools was in the City. If or. Bums was Notan applicant for the superintendency or. Beck would be. The Board agreed to Call at the Crosby House and meet or. Beck after adjournment or. Sass moved that the Board pay the superintendent a salary of $1500 the coming year. All the members of the Board voted Aye but Gleason and Rath who did not vote. They took the position that if Tho Board had to accept a $1,200 Man they did not want to pay him $1,500 that if an $1,800 or $2,000 Man was before the Board and it could be shown that such a Man would be for the Best interests of the schools they wanted to be in a position to select him. They took the Correct position. It was not necessary for the Board to tie itself up before it knew what was necessary to do. Adjourned. J i e do not say that we Tan sell you i better goods than anybody else c grand reception Young people of Tiffin township remembered by friends Bot we to say of a that we will give you better goods for less Money than any other stole can or will give you we mean it our to suit is a Hummer it beats any Ngin this or any other town. It is not a i 5 suit marked put to $10 but a of $1 00 we have Serfi in Serges worsted a Cheviot to sweat shop Mal bit molest Union Lade hods we would not say so if it was it so the recent reception following the wedding of Albert Siler and Della Brenner was one of the greatest affairs in the history of Tiffin township. The Groom is a Well to do Carpenter and Farmer and the Bride one of the Best girls in Tiffin township. The reception lasted All Day. While the Young people danced away the night. That or. And mrs. Siler Are popular in their Home township and have a Host of friends is witnessed in the appended list of presents Couch Mary Alice and Fred Neader Lauser Anna and William Nell Edgar Roberston la a. Carpenter and j in Petter set of chairs Joseph Siler Aud wife Frank Siler and wife and Anthony Brenner Bible stand Mina and Minnie Carpenter Center table or. And mrs. A Weber and or. And mrs. Waltz Wash ringer John Brenner and wife parlor lamp Wesley Katie Aud Mary Soichak parlor lamp or. And mrs. Joseph Steffel parlor lamp Tracy Siler album. Mary Siler and Mother water set or. And mrs. T c Carpenter water set or. Aud mrs. Henry Brooker water set or. And mrs. Deo. Hazel Barth Chende stand spread or. And mrs. Geo. Hornish night lamp Ray Hornsb set plates cups and saucers air. And mrs. Samuel Gunn and daughter set plates or. And mrs. Samue1 Hornish Tea set and Berry dishes or. And mrs. Albert Fronk photograph Box John Jacob Mary and Helen Corressell Jelly Aud Pickle dish Pearl and Flossie Ilane cake stand Joseph l Siler cake stand Howard Robison sugar Shell and butter knife mrs. C l Morehead. Defiance Silver spoon airs. H g Baker Defiance gospel Book and table cloth All Chael Webber history of Amerl can Spanish War Joseph Siler sugar Shell butter knife carving knife and Fork w a Kehnast and Abe Smith table cloth or. And mrs. Fred Mekus set towels Ivy Kitten House table cloth Katie Singer bed spread Phoebe Kitten House bed spread Aliss Anna Smith and Roy b Harley Defiance towels Aud napkins air and airs. A Kane lace curtains air. And airs. John b Beez new Riegle vases Tony Singer was bowl and Pitcher Bert Schlosser table cloth or. And mrs. Dias. Lantow Jelley dishes and tooth pick Holder Anna Emma and Alfred Lantow bed spread Katie Fisher and Henry Hammer Defiance Pitcher Aud fruit dish air. And airs. Nell Siler card receiver Alfred and Della Kulm card receiver August Nell Cream and sugar bowl Emma and Alay Hornish set plates or. And mrs. Win. Kameyer plates cups and saucers or. And airs. J w Kuhn plates George Ani Albert Singer pie plates miss diary a Bishop Mustard Case Peter Siler towels Michael Weber tumblers George Singer table cloth air Aud airs. Geo. Weber picture of Virgin Alary Anna Pinker and John Ali Clinefelter the following in Cash was presented goo Fronk and family $3 Alart Fronk and family $2 miss Gertrude Steffel $i.f0 s l Dunn i John Weber and family is Benny Myers 25 cents John Fisher $1 Henry Kameyer and family $1 Alfred Sigg 50 cents a Latilda Robison $1 John Baurs $1 Sophia Stetter 50 cents j h Robison $1 John Mekus $2 John and Henry Miller $1.50 Frank Sites $5 Frank Corressel and Anna Frank $2. Divine services. Ascension Day ser vices As follows at the reformed Church in Sherwood English preaching wednesday evening at 7 30 of clock. At the reformed Church in Florida English services thursday Forenoon at to of clock. At the reformed Church in Defiance a English services thursday afternoon at 2 80 of clock. Services next sunday As follows at defiance�?9 of clock a in sunday school. German services immediately after sunday school. At Florida German services at 2 of clock p in. All Are Welcome. F e Lahr pastor. Ode a one Price clothing hot in a. Tre courts common pleas court was called last monday with judge w. H. Hubbard on the Bench. The following cases were disposed of during the morning hours Shank is. Coy it. A1. A judgment $1,053.55. Sale of the Isaac Deveaux property confirmed. Steffel is. Morse it. Al. Judgment $246.33. Gorman memorial meeting and presentation of resolutions by the bar association will occur the first Day of the May term which will be on the 29th inst. The Case of the state sex. Rel t t Auberry is Geo. W Fuller it Al was heard and submitted tuesday. An order has been made to sell the Plant of the Defiance Light amp by. W r Fabin was named As master commissioner. A motion was made and continued until next term to open the judgment in the Case of Eliokum Ayers is w d Hull it a1. I e Gardner has sued John e Pocock it a1 on note $195. Snook and Savage for plaintiff. Court adjourned this morning without Day. W a Kehnast is Selling a Liek tinware which is warranted not to rust. Postmaster c. J. Thompson located six new mail boxes monday As follows Corner Jefferson and front Hopkins and Washington Juliette and Wayne Arabella and Jefferson no. 1000 Francis Street and 819 Washington Street. The new United Brethren Church at Evansport will be dedicated on sunday May 2lst, by or. Henry j. Becker d. D., of Dayton. He will deliver a lecture on saturday evening May 20, on John b. Gough the great Temperance advocate. The lecture will be free. Hrth i. In facts a boat the May f4. It will begin next sunday Rnjak May 14th, with a great serum. Great . Or. fat Ore it will be Rich in variety t Graj. Class in every particular. The last night alone will the Cost of the whole course. That in supporting these ments you patronize nobody but self. Every child under 15 years of a have a course ticket for 50 cents of admitted each evening for 15 cents. Single tickets can be bought at door for All the events for 23 cents Al that the Advance Sale of Coni tickets already insures a Large Audi i of the most cultivated people of Dei Ance and that the May festival is to a splendid Success. Lost a Between Edgerton an Defiance a Black velvet Cape. Finde will receive Reward by leaving same a this office. W. N. Kibble brings snit against Farmers Mutual insurance company. W. N. Kibble of Tiffin township lost. His House last november which was insured with the Farmer township Mutual. Or. Kibble notified their agent and afterwards filed proof of lose with the company but there has never been any of the adjusters of the company around to see or. Kibble so he brings suit before Justice s Haller of Farmer on policy held Byj him. He has employed John w. Slough to fight the Case for him. Partial payments at any time. Tit up Tutti a pro a a Jln adj Ali Al Al of Defiance Ohio. Aai ieln.dj3 of Sash doors blinds and everything in the building line kept on hand we do planning Matching and All kinds of Job work. A we Are located at same old stand Perry Street near the River. King Backus amp goods at popular Pri clearly defines the merchandise sold in our men and boys hat Cap and furnishing goods department. The interests fit and workmanship of highest excellence complied with lowest prices

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