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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - September 28, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Defiance express. Defiance A thursday september 28 1899, Defiance express forty first year. Pc. J. Thompson proprietor Latty building court Street member of select list Oulu Dally and weekly papers. A weekly paper Price is in Advance Sabgir Laplou by Malro paid. Or tear if paid in of ter year. Of no paid in a Ethel periods la proportion. Pay your subscription in Advance and save 33k Der cent. Entered Ond Ciao i Defiance Ohio Post office As Sec Natty thursday set. 28. The democrats will open their Campaign at Hamilton sept. 30th. It is understood that or. Mclain the democratic candidate f r governor of Ohio has temporarily rented his res Dene eat Washington d c he has no intention of permanently disposing of it As a Home. Or. Mclean frequently goes out to Ohio. Candidates Are men of most excellent standing. A determined Effort on part of a Means Victory. Another to ast conference like the one at Chicago and or. Bryan a prize Hobby would have tote sent to the re pair Thop to receive a new ret of legs and rockers. The ready looks us to through a eye�?T1 High Volt age. Business far in according to Brae 1 a i for Little toy Alit had passed extraordinary die United states i a continue refile week ending in sept. 7, to y were Only -23, against 131 last year and 308 in the corresponding week of 1890, when i Bryan was Tell ing a pie from rear Plu for us of the dire calamity in stove t Arti a country in ease of the rejection of Bis free Silver proposition. The a of the Raone a in Cir Flat Ern in United states in sept i a acc ing to the statements of the Treasury department. 25.11 i or capita against $21.18 in july i. 1896. Just prior to the nomination of or. Bryan yet or. Bry and his a who Are dictating the a principles Quot of the democratic party insist that free Silver must remain the leading Weetie of Tbs campaigns of 1899 and 1900. A the party which by vicious leadership in 1861. Was made to place itself scrotal the path of Freedom and Progress. Should take care not to follow the Lead this year of men As lacking in is Gadt As they Are in a Rioliso. But we May take Comfort in the reflection that co leaders can carry All their party into courses their judgment mint condemn and their hearts reject. There Are thank god Many democrats in Ohio w to do not desire the humiliation of their country nor the Dishonour if their Flag. A set or of state Hay in letter of sept. La. 1399. August experts from this Tariff and Trust Ridden country were the largest in the history of our Commerce they amounted to $104,648,436, against $o4--565,561 in Angust of the phenomenal year 1898. And $80,8&,950 August. 1897, while in the a justs of the years 1894, 1895 and 1896, a average was but about ,000,< pm. Yet the next democratic in rep orator who comes along will probably Ted you that Tho protective Tariff is raining our foreign markets Aud that the tracts Are Dot Troy ing on Domestic inns Sanford Barnes a Depuew of w. P. Hanford died at his Homo in Canton st. Lawrence county. N. Y., wednesday sept 20. 1899, Agad 54 years. The funeral occurred saturday at 12 of clock. Or. Barnes had visited in this county and was quite w la known Hen our duly Iii la i�?~1,111 i p t ii a. Setting up Indian republics would have been an utter Absurdity As every one familiar with the character Aud habits of Tim red Man will admit. Such experiments would equally break Down in the Philippi in. We must treat the inhabitants of that group according to their Cap latties teaching first of All that this country is j he shaken in its purpose by attack a st. Ixonia Republic. The Republican convention head in this City thursday was a remarkable gathering of representative men. It a Maine in a season when Farmers were Busy seeding and when our factories weeks behind with their orders needed i he Titre to a minute of every Man in their employ. Tho democratic press would belittle the meeting but the fact still remains that every township in the county was represented by Strong aggressive republicans and that it was a big convention. Thy we not present 8 a majority to fight Over the spoils of Offiel but to endorse the sets of that Peerless Man president win Mckinley an i in renew their allegiance to the great principles of the Republican party that have made the nation prosperous. More than to at they not Only Carne together to nominate a ticket that would help strengthen Ilia organization in county and state and lend to the Success of the party in the state ibis fall hut to line up the forces for 1900, when the cohorts of disasters under the Banner of democracy will again attempt to disrupt the labor agricultural and Industrial worlds and give the country another season of soup i ones misery and panics. The ticket is Strong and the republicans have much to encourage them the democrats have been loaded up with a candidate for governor whom they have denounced As a Polit ical Assassin a millionaire who has squeezed his Money out of the people by trusts and unlawful combinations. Then again the cd a Ergative democrats Are Well satisfied with the present prosperous condition of the country and As they Are disgust<1 with their own nomination for governor 1hy will not b found trying to Spray the wheels of the Prosperity car i hat has brought them Moi solid Comfort in the last three years than the country knew flaring All the time democracy was in its birth. W c. Buike who has been nominated for representative has Beni a res ident of the county Twenty five or thirty years and during that time has held positions of the highest Honor and Trust. He is a Man of the strictest integrity straight and upright in his walks of life and if elected will serve in the legislature with Honor to the county Aud credit to himself. Lewis Baylis nominated for auditor is a prosperous Farmer of Delaware township Well qualified to fill the office and. If elected will be a servant of the people and a guardian of their interests. Geo. Elliott of North Richland who has been nominated for of a family of honorable men. He has never before been a candidate for any office. He is Well educated and Wil make a splendid treasurer. He is Well known from one end of the county to the other Aud hundreds of men in Hie dem erotic party will gladly testify to his capabilities. John h. Herd roof a whip who has been nominated for clerk of the courts is a Fine Man widely known and highly respected fir his Sterling Worth by men of All parties. He is re seeded by everyone in his Home town ship. Lur candidate for recorder is John a bar vis a Foreman in on of the factories at Mark Center. Hot was elected jus tick of the peace at onetime in Mark township that Gibraltar of democracy on the Republican ticket and still com to hands the respect of those who Honor de him on a former occasion. M e. Wilson who we As nominated prosperous Farmer and if elected will make a splendid official. These men Are All Stirling republicans gentlemen of learning and of the highest character. They make up one of the strongest ticket Ever nominated in the county and deserve and we believe will receive the Hearty support of All republicans. The Republican Ark is moving and now is a Good time to get on Board. Ltd of nov connection. The republicans of Defiance county met in Delegate convention at the court House thursday and nominated a county t Ciket. Every township in the county was repro noted by Stalwart Republic ins and their work speak for them. In the absence of John w. Lynde chairman of the Central committee the meeting was can led by w. H. Merlin Tock. Chairman of the executive c m Init be. A temporary organization was then effected by the Clee Ion of w. H. Moll Liu Tork As chairman and t. In Caroli a Secretary. After the Call of tin convention had been Rind the following committees Wen appointed upon Call of the townships rules order of business Etc. Adams township Henry Cupp. Defiance a s m Shirley. 1st. Ward a. L e Beard Ley. A a a a b. He Myers. 2nd. A a a c j a us. Bulb Branson. 3rd. A a win. Helmick. 4t�?Tc. A a a Viers Delaware township m m Haver. Farmer a a i w fickle. Hicksville a a Jas. E Coulter. Mark a a he Wallace. Milf Oil a a m e Cramer. North Richland a Elliott. South a a Geo. Ferguson. Noble township f a Goddard. Tiffin a a i Linebrink. Washington a a we Mueller. Highland a a a j Sanford. Committee on credentials. Adams township Mart Snyder. I Fiance township. Ii c Gherke. First Ward a. T w Helpman. A a a a a h w Myers. Second Ward. A t r Carroll. A a b. Geo. H Dicus. Third Ward divid Gleason fourth Ward. Cie Robinson. Delaware township e a Baylis. Farmer township v s Haller. Hicksville Joe. Dowell. Highland i n Bree Bill. Mark Ltd s elder. Milford b to Crary Noble w m Cheney. North Richland twp. I f Brancher. South a a a a Frank Noffsinger township John Paxton Washington township win. Donley. Committee on resolutions. Adams township. Win. Harper. Defiance township. Clay Woodward let Ward acc Burke a a of Shultz. 2nd a Sawh Mcclintock. A b. Geo. C Dirr. 3rd Ward j o Fisher. 4th Chaa. F Aschbacher. Delaware township j e Hoshor. In state convention by the republicans of Ohio in june 1899. Further be it resolved that As the philippine islands having been ceded to the United states by Spain in the treaty of peace and that treaty ratified by act of Congress that it is the duty of every patriotic citizen to stand squarely by president Mckinley in his efforts to hold up the Flag of the country and protect cur National Honor. Re solved t that we look upon the foreign policy of the administration As Wise and politic and that we pledge our support to the president in the great week that has come to him. Lit solved. That As the republicans have kept every pledge made to the people in 1896, that we now invite men of All political parties to join with us and Aid in sustaining the Wise policies that have re established our industries and brought Prosperity to Hll of the people resolved that we endorse the administration of governor Asa s. By hell. As being Wise Ani business like and we Promise that in the election of the Hon. Geo. K. Nash that the business of the it the visit remain in Safe hands. Resolved. That we have the fullest Cost de Dee to our senators. J. B forager end m. A. Hanna and commend their work in ingress. Resolved that a he democrats of Defiance county a few Short weeks ago stood in this convention Hall and denounced Mclean a political Assassin it millionaire who bad made by Money out of trusts and unlawful comb not ods. That we offer our Cisco amour in the a i Lamitz tha has come up it them in till n Unm Ati n of i lean and invite Thim to join to in a Felting is governor of Ohio that eminent statesman that of Felt t gentleman who is free film All scandal the Hon. Get. K. Nelsh. Resolved. That tiler Are Many abuses in county affair that Ned to be corrected aul Tiro t we st my pledged to a correct5on c f Tho a evils in the ticket this Day nominated. J. H. Neiderhauser. W. H. Mcclintock Cuaig Piid. Secretary. S. Elder and t. W. Haver headed the forces from Mark. M. M. Haver headed the Delaware township delegation Aud gave the convention a Good candidate. We. Harper and h. J. Cupp were there to speak and act for old Adams. They were the tallest republicans in the convention but they Are republicans from the ground up. Frank Yan Duson. Jim Prosser Roll Woodward and t. C. Elliott were there to Boom Geo. Elliotts cause. J k a Garrett Young Man off a prize. Carries Geo. Furguson led the land Batalion. South Rich was them not Tiai me the local Issue sex pan ii Farmer Hicksville a a Highland a a Mark. Milford Noble n. Richton i. A a s Richland a a beater. Washington a a by Lintz after the selection of the committees the convention took a recess until 1 30 p. In. Afternoon. Win lord. Richard Murphy j m Smith. John b sat Vin. Rudolph s e Sanford Elliott. Alfor i. J h Neader the convention was called at i 30 p in., and the reports of committees sob mined As follows. The committees on rules order of business and permanent organization recommend the usual rules governing legislature bodies that the nominations be As publish in the daily express under the official Call that the Tempo Ary organization be made permanent the report was adopted. The committee on credentials found for procreating attorney but re to fitly the. Town8hl, a reprinted but i och Ted in Hicksville. He woe a Law a la Llly a i Tablit delegates present cart student in Tbs office of inn a Hay in be vote be township. The report j this City and is one of the brightest a j0pted the committee on resolutions reported on Call for nomination for representative. H. W. Myers presented the name of w. Burke. There being no other nominations or. Burke was elected by acclamation. The nomination of auditor was passed on motion of p h Lehman. The names of George Elliott of North Richland and j. J. Craine. Of were presented for treasurer the ballot resulting As follows Elliott.12h craine.105i or Elliott was declared the nominee and on motion of or. Craine the nomination was made unanimous. John Zook presented the name of f l Hay for nominee for probate judge and he was nominated by acclamation. John Craine presented the name of John ii. Herd jr., of . For clerk of the courts and he was nominated by acclamation. 8 elder presented the name of John a Savis of Mark for recorder and he was nominated by acclamation. The name of l b. Peaslee for prosecutor was presented to the convention by i vivid Gleason. The name of m. E. Wilson of Hicksville was presented by j. E Coburn the ballots resulted As follows Wilson .182i peaslee.58 j or. Wilson was declared the nominee. The following names were then presented for commissioner John Fisher of the third Ward by or. H w Myers and j. M. Smith of Highland by John Vance. The ballot resulted As follows Fisher.126 Smith.115 or. Fisher was declared the nominee of the convention and on motion of or. Smith it was made unanimous James Prosser presented the name of j. W s. Palmer for infirmary director but he declined b. I. Lintz was then nominated by acclamation on motion of w. S. Tomlinson. Lewis Baylis of i a Ware was nominated f a Sud iter by m m Haver and he wis elect. By aced Arnaz Ion a the ticket is mails up of go id Strong Republican. The executive committee on motion of or. H w Myers was authorized to till any vacancy that might occur on the ticket. The convention then adjourned. It was larger than any Beld for years. The republicans Are enthusiastic and Are in Good fighting trim. The Ayersville band was present and rendered some Fine music during the Day. A. J. Sanford sex commissioner with the Highland delegation. J. J. Craine received a Fine vote for treasurer. A. M. Richards f. M. Birdsall. J. E. Coburn Richard Murphy and Val Lybarger were in the Hicksville delegation John Paxton and j. H. Neaderhauser. Of were there of course. Win. Leaders and f. A. Goddard were present to speak for Noble. S. W. Morris of Defiance township has been sick but he could not remain away from the convention. Steve Shirley and Clay Wood were a wid Quot him. Billie Schlembach and third Ward boys started out to land John Fisher. They got there just the same. Doc Myers was there and he had his Cane. Judge Hay declines. At the Republican convention held in this City thursday f. L. Hay was nominated for probate judge. He was out of the City at Tbs time and had previously stated to his friends that he could not accept a nomination. The following letter from explains the matter Defiance o., sept. 22nd, 1899. F Laos. Mcclis Vitack. Chairman Republican executive committee Defiance county. Dear sir a fully appreciating the kindness of the republicans of Defiance county to me in the past. I deeply re Gre that my private business affairs compel me to decline the nomination for probate judge tendered me by my fellow republicans in convention yes Tea Day during my unavoidable absence from the City we1 be Day afternoon at 4 o clock miss Rose Markle a daughter of or. Aud mrs. R. Markley of Harrison Street was United in marriage to win. Feary. Of Gairett. Id. Rev. Spannuth performed the ceremony using the impressive Ling service of the lutheran Church. The attendants Ware miss Rose Hildebrand one of the third Ward s charming Young ladies and John Markle brother of the Bride. The wedding was is very prettily appointed affair and fifty of the friends of the Young people were present. Miss Markle is a Well known and highly respected Young lady who has Many friends to wish her a joyous future. Or. Feary is employed in the machine works at Garrett. The express joins i ii their friends in wishing them a Happy life. The richest nation Uncle same a great ing Stock of and grow Best wishes for the Success of the ticket nominated i am very truly yours f l. Hay. Moat.-. Or. And mrs. Frank Gates of Toledo Are hire visiting mrs. Gates parents. Or. And mrs gee. Mock. Fred Motherspaugh is spending a few Day in Bryan or. John Wagner of the Bend visited mrs. Biderman and mrs. Geo. Wagner monday. C. V. Moats. Miss Lilly Richardson and or. And mrs win Moats attended the Hicksville fair Friday. Miss Beda Beverda is spending her vacation at Home. Mis autism Moehle. Who has been spending the summer wit a her parents returned to cd Mica to saturday. Mrs. Rate Motherspaugh will have a Sale sept. 23, and then will leave for a visit in Iowa. James rain Al a of Montana is spending a few weeks with his parents. Charley Kintner has his new House nearly finished. Mrs. Dan Kintner and son Curtis of Defiance spent last week with Jacob Kintner. _ drink Grain of after you have concluded that you ought not to rink Coffee. It is not a Medicine hut doctors order it because it is healthful invigorating and appetizing. It is made from pure grains Aud Lias that Rich Seal Brown color and tastes like the finest grades of Coffee and costs about 4 a much. Children like it and thrive on it because it is a genuine food drink containing nothing but urls Hemut. Ask your grocer for Grain the new food drink 15 and 250. 0 Cut Bryan has Caudlle him at 7. Thouk Vav w h i i the anti ire Camu ilk Ekx Bryain itch of Tho West who Are g of. A substitute for the 16 to i my Are experimenting with Amidon Al e Outh wrong track Ople of the went be too Proa peril of led any More by free nil my t ame Olden to Ion tin ave too much to foothold is beaut sympathize with crowd besides hag ii ways. Gain 1 id in i the j they i of the Young barristers in the county. John o Fisher nominated for commissioner resides in the third Ward and is too Well known t need any extended introduction. He is prominent in 4. A r circles is a builder Aud contractor mud Poser uses in a eminent degree the knowledge that is necessary to the successful Diecha Geof the duties of county commissioner. The county needs a Man of his character and Worth in the commissioner s office and we believe they will Lect him. As follows the republicans of Defiance county in convention congratulate the people upon the Era of Prosperity that has come to the country under the Wise and patriotic administration of president we. Mckinley. The Farmers the working men. The manufacturers. Indeed All closes despite the predictions of the advocates of free Silver in 1896, have reason to bless the Wise Laws Given them by the Republican party and faithfully Aud honestly administered Lonu Diviki mra Reti. Our i Trover y if c. C c. Fail druggist ret mud Louey j by those chosen to for that purpose. It b. I it. Lint/., of it Ashington township j Jug therefore the sense of this convention ruminated for infirmary director is a that we re affirm the platform adopted convention aftermath. The evening yews tried to make fun of the Ayersville band. That band made excellent music during the Day and called out much favourable comment. The membership is made up of hustling Young republicans and democrats and they deserved better treatment at the hands of the yews. Bill Donley of Washington was in his element and Cut his tobacco very Fine. Squire j. M Smith received a handsome vote for commit sooner. Or. A Huian says Washington will have a candidate for commissioner in 1900. Vero s Haller and Walter s. Tomlinson represented Farmer but they Are Republican hosts in themselves. Hicksville was Well represented in the convention. M e Kramer led the boys from Milford. John b. Salvia j. E. Wheeler cart w John r. Mclean a Al won t do a thing to you. In Tion late in the afternoon recommended that the association be made permanent that All Northwestern Ohio postmasters be eligible to membership and that the membership fee be placed Atli. List of vice presidents chosen in meeting. The Toledo Blade of wednesday evening says the business of the postmaster association was Finto hed late tuesday afternoon and the members left for their Homes during the evening. In the afternoon session several interesting talks a re made congressman Southard. Collector Waldo of and assistant postmaster Vortriede giving some of the details of the work in connection with the Rural free delivery. Many members of the association expressed their ideas of facilitating the work in the offices and on the whole the postmasters were Well rewarded for their visit to this City. In the election of officers Tbs following vice presidents were elected from the counties Williams a. C. Holloway. Montpelier Defiance a. M Richards Hicksville. Fulton of. A. Geisey Archbold. Henry a. L. Chapman. Ridgeville. Putnam a. Graham Ottawa. Lucas a. E. Chapman Sylvania. Wood a. W. Wilkinson North Baltimore. Hancock or. J. H. Boger. Findlay. Ottawa Daniel Mckenzie Lakeside. Sandusky a. A 4esner. Fremont. Seneca a a. Mcdowell Kansas. The report of the committee to by Lawe. Which was made to the Conven proof of the falsity of democratic free Silver argument foul in the present Prosperity of the of the american nation. During the free Silver Campaign of 1896 Bryan and his party orators unanimously declared that the reason for the fearful stagnation of business was the Lack of Money. They charged that the continuance of the Gold Standard would not Only prolong the Money Stringency but increase it until the whole country would be absolutely ruined. On the other hand the Republican party and William Mckinley told the people there was Money enough in the country but it was lying Idle the Tariff for Revenue Only policy having discriminated against our Farmers wage earners manufacturers and merchants so that Little work was being done hundreds of thousands of ageless men were living on credit and capitalists were fearful of investing because of the movement towards the dishonest financial policy of free Silver. As soon As William Mckinley the Champion of american industries was elected and Bryan ism repudiated the country took on As it were new life proving truth of Republican promises. Fires were kindled machinery set in motion wage earners employed Farmers received Good prices for their products Money sought investments new factories were erected and we Hen the Dingley Tariff went nto effect general Prosperity we Ith beaming countenance went marching throughout our great country. There is plenty of Money in the country to do business now that the country has the business to do. The democratic party has Only itself to blame for the deep seated conviction in the minds of the american people that As political guides it is unreliable and dangerous. Figures As a Rule Are uninteresting but the following showing How financially Rich Uncle Sam has grow to be in the last three years Appeal to every Patriot. Uncle Sam has More Gold today than any nation in the we orld and his Stock is increasing at a marvelous rate. The Gold in the respective leading countries is United states.$1,000,000,000 France. 810,600.000 Russia. 756,600,000 Germany. 668,500.000 United kingdom. 438,000,000 gain in the United states. 1873 135,000.000 1880352,000,000 1890695,000,000 1893598,000,000 june so 1897696,000,000 june i 18991,000,000,000 George e. Roberts director of the mint says that the unite i states is the first nation to reach the billion Dollar Mark. He says that on june i the Gold Coin in the United states amounted to $363,741,252, while the Bullion in the National treasuries aggregated $121,742,352. This makes a total of $985,483,504. Experiences the past three years have conclusively proved the correctness of the Republican Tariff and financial policies. The Silver monster and my lean. If Finy i it Dybell the great Republican Victory of 1800 nettled the Money question and established sound finance beyond the Cavil of tile free Nelver Trust he he a Only to read the first pm ask of the Mclean platform adopted at Zanesville to he assured of his mistake. Weigh each word and see How emphatically it Nee Lares for a step backward. It is As follows first. We heartily reaffirm the Eufr Chicago platform of 1800 Aud we especially eur Pilias be the financial Plank therein and we continue to Demaud the free and unlimited coinage of Silver and Gold As equal primary mosey at the rate of to to i Independent of All other nations in the world. If Rev. P. P. Pope in g it to Van Wert he will have gone to the plat a he deserved in the Firat place. The German reformed Church at new Bavaria which has been overhauled and thoroughly re fitted was re dedicated sunday. It is expected they will have a big time. 8 watermelons. Carload lot shipped from Defiance thursday. There is a possibility of Defiance county becoming a great Center for watermelons in the future. Thursday Freeman Wisler. Of township shipped a car Load of to Toledo. This is the first shipment of the kind we believe that was Ever made in the county. The melons had to average Over 25 pounds each Aud it will be understood from that that those shipped away were Good ones. We understand that or. Wider intends to pay a Good Deal of attention to the raising of melons hereafter. There is Money in the business if the crop is properly cared for and the right varieties selected. Of Stota a. Bears the of you have always Dought amp a nature of Don t i Oban o 8 it anti smoke Lour lire an a to quit tobacco easily and forever be magnetic. Full of life nerve and vigor take no to iliac the wonder worker that flakes weak men Strong. Alt druggists 60c or cd. Cure guaranteed Booklet Aud Sample free. Address Bacr lug remedy Cogo Imago acne Yorac or. Bryan said in his Des Moville speech a we lost the last Campaign because we lacked the foreign vote. They did no to understand the Silver Issue. But they Well understand what a standing army Means. They know what expansion and imperialism mean and will vote against them. They will understand these things better than the native americans themselves and on such issues we can this remarkable statement is in direct contrast to the utterances of or. Bryan in 1896 when he declared he would go Down to death with free Silver. We did not look for such a confession from him. We hardly thought he would go so far As to openly insult the intelligent foreign born voter. A to expansion its loudest opponents Are americans of the mugwump order. The foreign born citizens have had Little to say about it and Bryan will be fooled again. The brass bands at Zanesville tormented John r. Mclean by playing a it you ainu to got no Money you come he prefers the song a Mammie let me bring my closes Back Ohio is one of the states where the calamity try was most helpful to the combination of Bryan and 16 to i in 1896. What can the democrats Hope for with the calamity howlers voiceless july failures in the United state amounted to $4,872,197, and the aggregate of liabilities was about one half As big As in july 1898. More of the fruits of i

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