Defiance Express in Defiance, Ohio
2 Nov 1899

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2 Nov 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - November 2, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Sal tyt7t7t a Tumir Ian Quot i -v2 vol. Al ii. Re . O. Thursday november 2i 899, to. A 7 Dave Hills Catarrh of the Over. Great speech every Organ of the human body liable to Catarrh. I Points considered in meeting at Knopps school House. A William Jennings Bryan Democrat gets after Chas. Behringer. A be speech made by Dave Hill at Kopp s school House. Highland township. Tuesday a last week has Cre ated a great Deal of talk in the East end of the county. The mention of the speech in the express has been the occasion of Many letters that have asked for More details. Dave Hill is one of the sturdiest free Silver democrats in Defiance county and no Man could be More uncompromising in his work for the party than he is. He went to the meeting at the Kopp school House to hear John a. Deindoerfer and t. T. Shaw speak. He heard Shaw in defense of Dias. Behringer he heard him denounce the express for publishing what it had taken from the records in the court House. Hill knew the express had published the truth because he had Ard the Story from Hon. John w. Winn who had caused the tax inquisitor to get after Behringer. He also knew that or. Winn himself had pressed the suit against Behringer until he was forced to pay the Back taxes on the Albert Coy mortgage which he swore before the tax inquisitor he did not own. After Deindoerfer and Shaw had completed their speeches Dave Hill asked to be heard. His brother w. L. Hill presided and granted him permission. He spoke for a half hour and daring that time he simply mowed Down All the Timber in reach. He scored Behringer for the record he had made in the Albert Coy matter and said it was True because John w. Winn had told him so. He also said it did not make any difference if Behringer did deny it the records were in the court House to prove that Behringer swore that the Coy mortgage did not belong to him and then turned around and swore that he was the owner of it. Behringer was present in the meeting and was ripped up so unmercifully that he denied the records and said they were not True and that the auditor had not taken his evidence Down As be had Given it. Hill then said that if there had been no other reason Why the democrats should vote against Behringer there was one that stood above All others and that was that Behringer had voted against Bryan in 1896. He challenged him to deny that lie had fought Bryan and cities an instance where he told a Democrat tip Travis on the eve of the election that he was against Bryan because he had put Good Money into mortgages and did not want to be paid Back in fifty cent dollars and a some of that Good Money Quot said Hill raising his Finger dramatically a was in the Coy mortgage which you swore before the tax inquisitor you did not this charge Behringer did not attempt to deny because the fact he was against Bryan was so widely known among democrats that he knew it was no use. Hill next passed to the late democratic county convention and said that Behringer a fear of fifty cent dollars had never left him until he Learned that the Hicksville delegation was for Sale at $100 and then the Scales fell from his eyes and Light shown All around him. Behringer asked Hill if he charged him with paying $100 for the votes of the Hicksville delegates. Hill said no but he said this a member of the Hicks Ville delegation had come into the Highland township delegation and told w. L. Hill that he could have the 47 votes for $100. Bill refused the offer and some eight minutes later the 47 votes went to Behringer and he had a right to believe that he. Behringer had paid the Price that w. L. Hill had refused to pay. As Hill warmed to his speech he skinned everything before him and was so fierce in his strictures that the chairman at last asked him to desist. Or. Deindoerfer wanted to reply but the chairman would not allow it and closed the meeting. Dave Hill honest patient persistent Democrat that he is could not stand the tax dodging record of Behringer and when he heard the records in the court House discredited by democratic speakers to help along a Man who had voted against Bryan he rebelled and not Only skinned Behringer Bat also took the hide Horas and hoofs off those who stood As his defenders. David Hill is a w. J. Bryan Democrat who cannot be Ball lashed into line for a tax dodger who also voted against Bryan. It is thought there has never been another such a democratic meeting held since the Days of Jackson. In Fairbanks and Ryan speak at the citizens. In. Nettle Lind. Mrs. Nettie Lind graduated nurse of the Royal state school Copenhagen Denmark writes Tho following letter to from Chicago. Mrs. Lind Mays a i am very pleased to testify to the merits of Peru a. I have watched its results when prescribed to patients under my care especially in the different catarrhal troubles and must say the results were most satisfactory. I therefore have great Faith in Peru a. Mrs. Nettie mrs. S. E. Robbins White Wright Texas says a a i have been having Colic at times and i get very yellow and am confined to my bed a great Deal of the time. Last Spring i got so bad that i was in bed most of the time for several weeks. I had Colic sick stomach and nervous dulls every six or seven Days. Finally when i heard of Peru a and Man a Lin i had eaten nothing for several Days and was under the doctors treatment. I quit taking his Medicine and began to take Peru a and Man a Lin. I gained Twenty five pounds and can now eat anything i want without inconvenience. My skin is perfectly Clear no sign of jaundice. Mrs. S. E. , of Elgin 111., writes a your Medicine saved my baby who had jaundice and Catarrh of the catarrhal dyspepsia is due to derangement of the organa intimately connected with digestion either the stomach liver pancreas or bowels. When the liver is the principal cause there is a pain and heaviness in the right Side great irregularity of the bowels sick headache palpitation of the heart furred Tongue loss of appetite bloating after meals gloomy despondent feelings Yellowness of the skin and belching up Gas. Bilious Colic or Gall stones Are frequently the result of Catarrh of the liver. It also produces a condition closely resembling chronic malaria. All these troubles Are quickly cured by Peru a. A Short course of Peru a will do More to set right Tbs digestive organs than All other remedies known to Man. Peru a is sure to produce a vigorous appetite and regular digestion. All bilious diseases disappear when Peru a is used. There Are no substitutes for Peru a. For a free Book address or. Hartman. Columbus Ohio. Those who attended the Republican mooting at the citizens opera House. Tuesday evening. Heard two most excellent speeches. The meeting was called by w. H. Mcclintock chairman of the executive committee who introduced h. B. Harris As chairman of the meeting. Or. Harris who had been a classmate of Hon. C. W. Fairbanks at College introduced that gentleman in a highly Eulogi Stic speech. He said that while he had risen to a High place in another state he was still a son of Ohio and he was proud to present him to the people of Defiance county. Senator Fairbanks who is an impressive speaker treated upon National is sues alone and every voter in the City ought to have been present to have heard him. He first considered the condition of the country Winn Benj. Harrison retired from office Sud then spoke of what had followed the Advent of the Wilson Bill Dur no c Leveland s administration labor was pauper Zed and distress and disaster visited upon the Anan Cial commercial and Industrial interests of the country. When Mckinley was elected president Confidence was restored business was re est Abl shed and labor was never More prosperous and Happy than it is now. He appealed to the voters to they were patriotic enough to do it. The senator said he was fresh from the state of Nebraska the Home of w. J. Bryan and he Felt quite sure that the republicans there would Root out the last vestige of Bryan atm and porn lbs at the coming election. The speaker then took up and reviewed the Spanish american War. To showed that the president and republicans were the last who wanted to go Inlo that War and that the free Silver democrats were the most rampant for the opening Ltd the conflict. When at last War did come and the Spanish government was practically wiped off the map of the world and a treaty of peace was Laid before connies the same element that demanded War. Fought the ratification of the treaty. For Long weeks the debate was dragged oat until Aguinaldo gathered a Large body of insurgents and attacked the american forces. Then the indignation of the american people forced the ratification of the treaty of peace. Now tie people who first demanded War the people who fought the ratifies Tion of the peace treaty Are demanding the Dishonour of tile country and of the Flag by the withdrawal of the american forces from the Philippines. President Mckinley has said to the people of tin philippine s that when the authority of the United states in recognized a stable government will be Given them and there will open up a season of Prosperity and material growth of the great islands. The senator closed with the admonition that there was Only one democratic meetings being held to pull him through. Stand by the Wise policies that had wat open to patriots and that was to had brought about this great change stand by the government for the better and he said he believed fac Similie of the official ballot to be voted next tuesday. Re a re nervous women do you feel like screaming just before and during the monthly sickness ? Are you easily irritated ? do you get the blues and wish sometimes you were dead ? if your answer is yes Quot to any of these questions you should lose no time in taking Bradfield female regulator it will overcome and cure every form of irregular menses leu Cor Rhea falling of the womb and other uterine trouble $1 of Orff it Imam. The Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta a. John m. Ainsworth is appealing j for the votes of Republican in the West end upon the plea that he is a Hicksville Man. If the friends of w. C. Burke in the City of Defiance stand by him at the polls he will be elected to the legislature. Do not forget that. The gang is being driven to desperate Straits in its efforts to save Behringer. It has been scouring the City to find men who have worked for John o. Fisher to see if even one coaids not be found who Woald say something detrimental to the old Man. It has also been sending men to dealers in the City with the Hope of destroying the credit of or. Fisher Aud thus retard the work on Large contracts now under Way. These practices Are Damnable but is not surprising when we consider that democratic leaders go on the stump and deny the false swearing of Chas. Behringer As shown in the records at the court House. Far Ikuru it by Lark. Tire Quot. I so o socialist Labo ticket Kobe it Bandlow. I Yoeel flu . A i of tame of Blat j Haury Lavin. I Fra Sorar of Immi. Amp c Noah Rixi. I it in a j a1 n took Tel i i c4 of a Puna Coart m us fowl Bohyun i v qui a a if h>.s4. Laid a if we j Caal it Newton i fir Mck aau t i i3yf h k Hill pro Ltd a a get i us a amt r a 9m Tiff a Fott i Tut to tubal a Tufeg. Ii to Clark it Ceorl j far As near i it Ai atm i fur Hal a.-. J fora tar. Nos Pas Sam ticket i it lit Mem Ngov fur 7.-4aus at Atka a 7i>�t.rwr it bt., i to amt time ii4 j 14# i in i predate i of fit ii Rii if amt. Fur ii a wet i it senator Fairbanks is a commanding figure in the United states Senate lie stands close to president Mckinley and put Intel out to the people the fact that their duty to the country demanded the United Nippon of the nations i administration at the polls in Ohio this fall. The Equator was Well received and frequently applauded during Bis speech. Sex Secretary of stats Dan. J. Ryan the second speaker of the evening delivered a Fine address and was warmly received. Or. Jan confined himself strictly to state issues and handled the question in a masterly in aerie. Iii speaking of the attitude of the Republican party toward great corporations lie showed that owing to the wish Laws passed by the Republican party they had been forced to Bear an equitable share of tues. Only in the last few years Over a million dollars per year had Len brought into the Treasury of the state by Tbs be Laws. Or. Ryan showed that when gov. Campbell wet Cut of of tace eight years ago the Star Wen in debt Over $2,000,-000, but that in the in the Light years of re pub ican administration that debt had been cat Down Over a million dollars. He appealed to the voters to stand by Geo. K. Nash and the whole Republican ticket the meeting in Molt excellent in tone and the donor rats who were present went away will pleased with the speeches. C. W Kerns lost funds by his can less nest when Tow in hip treasurer. If he should be elected county treasurer he would allow the gang to carry off the office like Barney did. The democrats held a meeting at Jewell thursday evening. It was addressed by judge j. H. Hockman Ami t. T. Shaw. Those present beside the speakers were auditor w. A. Guider clerk w. A. Schmaltz Chaa. Behringer and the Hon. Chas. Sampson. Judge Hockman rambled around for about an hour and a half in a discussion of the philippine question and Silver. Or. Shaw spoke in defense of the tax dodging and false sweating record of Chaa Behringer. He denied the fact1 a shown in the records in the auditor s and probate judges offices regarding bid Iringer a record and said the express Bai published a pack of lies it seems astounding that men like judge Hockman and auditor w. A. Snider would sit quietly by and hear the express denounced for a Hie i Rig the records in their own offices records they know Are Tine record they know prove Chas. Behringer to be a tax dodger and a falsified. Is the Power of Bossis so boundless that officials can is bulldozed into silence while their own records Are challenged by the gang they had no opposition. In the convention in which they were nominated but that Conven Siou made a record for corruption which has appalled the honest democracy of the county. Me Sra. Hockman and Snider must know that Behringer Ltd swear falsely in the matter of the Al wet Coy mortgage and if they Are going to be a party to the covering up of the acts of Behringer the band of honest democracy ought to. And we believe will fall upon them As heavily As upon the Cen Tresl wrong does. Well known society people to be wedded soon. This shows How to vote a mixed ticket. Voters elect j. L. Baylis auditor and he will not ignore the tax inquisitor when he advises him to put certain valuations on the duplicate that will reduce the taxes of All the in Ople in the county nearly one third. Vote for a us. Money is being Pat oat to save Behringer. Not in ribs but Iii gobs. Is Kerns Riding the a hoes a with French Pedigree in this Campaign ? the democratic gang is allowing the whole ticket to go by default to save Chas. Behringer. That shows the character of the democratic Bosses in Defiance. Behringer dodged his tax and worked against and bolted w. J. Bryan and now the gang is trying to Force the free Silver democrats to save him. Is the gang Strong enough to bulldoze the honest democrats into doing that a vote for John o. Fisher is a vote i to burst the Bridge and gravel Hauler a trusts in this county. W. W. Heater. Kernst Lif tinant a was in the City today. Wonder if Bob and Charley got their taxpayers there is one institution that needs ventilation and that is the county infirmary. Elect b. D. Lintz and you will have a Man who will do the work. Piles i Raar a the torture of the damned with protruding pile brought on by Conia in Tion with which i a afflicted for Twenty years i ran across your Cascaret in the town of Newell la., and never found anything to equal them. T<-4ay i am entirely free from pile and fuel like a new Man a a c. H. Keitz he John to st Sioux City la the following invitations sealed with a quaintly Beautiful 8. Fluttered into a it Hundred Homes tuesday morning. Or. And or. H t. Sutphen request the honour of your Ermence at the marriage of their daughter Minnie Gertrude to or. Tells t. Shaw. Tuesday evening. November fourteenth eighteen Hundred Ani ninety me at Sis of clock Jefferson Street. Defiance at Home after december twelfth. Al a Joh Jefferson Street Defiance Ohio. Miss sat Hin is the Only daughter of judge and mrs. 8. T. Sat Hen of this City. She is popular in musical literary and social circles being a talented musician she has few rivals As a vocalist in this Lier Home City. A a if women Only knew c. C. Biglow is a Young Man of High standing aul will make a number one All Wool Yard wide probate judge if elected l he is a Man of the people and ought to go into office by a sweeping majority. To hat a let Apo Lap Iii it would tiring to let a Tia ii Ltd moult&Quot., Poteet taste Good. Do Ever sicken. Weaken or Gripe Ioc,35c, kit a pleasant palatable. Quod never sicken. We curs constipation. Starlit Ria a Spaay cols Sis a Netrval. Sew a Safe. Sit teed by All 1tu tobacco Publ i u0-t0-Bac say a it or a via him in a in. Divine service at the reformed Church in Sherwood next sunday a follows ten of clock a. In or ors no Sei vice. Two a Cleck p. In. English Ber vice. All i cordially invited. F e. Lash pact or. M ii t 11 and Marta i i l in at Holgate Taur Nlay nov. 9,Defiance. I ids nov. To. Paulding saturday. Nov la to buy horses end Aud in ares. From 5 to to years old. That i will weigh Trout 1.-00 to i 800. Must be Contd und fat for Eastern Market. I bring them in be i Alii not Able to ride in the country i l pay the High d Market Price i r Good cd pm ave Call at rep Perl a livery stable. J. C. Berry. Hard to do housework with an aching Back. Hours of misery at Leisure or at w Ork if women Only to we the cause. Buck tube pains come from sick kidneys. Dosne a kidney pills will cure it. A Fiance people endorse this. Mrs. Solomon Wierner of 727 Perry Street says Quot i had not Tain a a whole Box of Doens kidney pills procured from n. G. Woodward s drug store tie fore i w As so much relieved that it was none sewary to continue the treat Merit i Sui glad to lit others know of a remedy which Acta so promptly and is so punitive in its effects. My advice to oth is suffering from backache or weakened kidneys is t try Doan s kidney for hah by All dealers Price soc Watt Foster Milburn co., Buffalo n. agents for the u. 8. Observe the name Doans and take no admit it. During the past wok Many men from different parts of Defiance county have visited the court House looked at the books for themselves and found that the express has been preaching facts. John m. Ainsworth who was in this City recently and who is a candidate for representative on the same ticket with Behringer and Kerns looked at the books at the court House and has sorrowfully admitted that the express has told the truth. These Are facts gentlemen. These Are what the records show a on Page 14ft f the West Book of taxes line 14, Kerns is delinquent. On Page 148, lines 16 and 17, Kerns is again delinquent. He dodged to the tune of about $30. On de Linqui tax Book no. 3, Page 308 which Book can be found at the county treasurer office in the care of John Wisda Behringer stands charged with $1278.59 delinquent taxes. He Paulc t i,25, he Refuer o pay $517.34. The Commisa Toneri let him go Soott free. Duty inca

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