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9 Nov 1899

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9 Nov 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - November 9, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Iyet7t a i a Juil ia11 vol. . Thursday november 9 899, no. As in other states How the political Battle waged All along the line. Fusion wins in Nebraska while to Kentucky William Goebel goes Down in defeat. Republicans top in new York. Lican by Perez m. Stewart in the nineteenth Assembly District which usually is strongly Republican. Peoples Choice governor this state. Republicans sweep Ohio Maryland swept clean by democrats while m Assac till setts Pennsylvania Iowa and other states stand by the republicans. Ned Quot a Jitu Louisville ky., nov. 8. A by the combined efforts the republicans and anti Goe elites attorney general w. S. Taylor rep has been elected governor Kentucky by a majority variously estimated from 7,000 to 15,000 Over Goebel dem. Returns received also indicate the election the entire Republican ticket while the complexion the legislature is in doubt. The weather throughout the state was perfect and More than an average vote was polled the total falling but Little Short the vote polled in the last presidential election. Comparatively Little disorder prevailed and aside from several arrests for alleged violations election Laws the election was characterized by a remarkable degree quietude. Governor Bradley remained in Louisville during the Day and had the Louisville legion in readiness for marching orders. The militia was called out after the close the polls to enforce an injunction granted by a local judge but the presence the militia was not needed and the companies were soon ordered Back to the armory. Chairman Long the Republican Campaign committee said that Taylor a plurality would not be less than 15,000. This estimate be said was based upon estimates relived from a majority the counties in the state. Governor Bradley estimates Taylor a plurality at from 15,000 to 18,000. Senator Blackburn and others at Goebel Headquarters admitted the returns from Many democratic counties Are disappointing but claim this is partially offset by private dispatches from the eleventh District indicating a failing off in the Republican vote. Blackburn now claims Goebel will win by 5,000. New York. New York nov. 8 a returns from state and City indicate that the republicans will have about the same majority in the next Assembly As in the last the democratic gains in this City being offset by losses in the smaller counties. In 113 Assembly Uia tricks which have reported including 29 in this City 75 republicans and is democrats were elected. The democrats suffered grave reverses in Erie county Buffalo and Chemung county the Home sex senator David b. Hill. In the City elections up the state democratic vote showed a great falling off. Buffalo Troy and Albany gave Large Republican majorities a Complete overturn. Mayor Lames k. Mcguire Democrat is re elected mayor Syracuse a tribute to his personal popularity. In the four counties new York City the usual big democratic majorities were rolled up every candidate in every county being elected except Gray. Democratic candidate for recorder Kings against whom charges corruption had been made. Tammany shows no elation Over the plurality 55,000 for its new York county ticket having expected it. The rejoicing is Over the defeat assemblyman Robert Mazet re pub new Jersey. Trenton n. J., nov. 8.�?the returns j judge Nash will be the next indicate that the republicans have carried the state by about 20,000 plurality although there was no direct vote a state ticket. The republicans will control both houses the legislature by Good working majorities and will have an increased representation in the House Assembly. The Senate will stand 14 republicans to seven democrats. The democrats lost three assemblymen in Middlesex and one in Salem and the next Assembly will be composed 41 republicans and 19 democrats As against 37 republicans and 23 democrats last year. By a plurality estimated at from thirty to fifty thousand. The Jones vote a Factor woman s Nightmare Bhe shudders when she realizes the danger and Fain child bearing. There is so much suffering and danger in store for the Young Kotlier that her Happy anticipation soon gives Way to a feeling dread at the thought the pain which she must undergo. This constant fear so preys upon the mind Many women that it fills them with terror and makes baby a coming a source the greatest anxiety and dread. All the suffering and danger the ordeal can be avoided by the use a a Mother a Friend a which prepares the body for this important event. It relieves a morning sickness a and Many other unpleasant conditions which exist during this time. Thousands women Praise a a Mother Friend for bribing them safely through the most critical period their lives. Every woman should Send their name and address to the Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta Georgia and receive free. Valuable information the subject. Nebraska. Lincoln neb., nov. 8.�?nebraska has re pledged her allegiance to the fusion Standard. There has been a steady falling off the vote both parties but while the unionists have suffered but Little the Republican loss has not been less than three to a precinct. If the present ratio is maintained governor Holcomb and the fusion state ticket will be elected by not less than 10.000. unionists claim much More. Maryland. Baltimore nov. 8.�?the returns from the state show substantial democratic gains and indicate that Smith dem for governor will have at least 8.000 majority outside Baltimore that the lower House the general Assembly is surely democratic by a Good majority and that the democrats will probably control the state Senate. The Sun estimates Smiths majority in the City at 12,000, and in the state at 15.000. Republicans concede the state by 10,000. Pennsylvania. Philadelphia nov. 8.�?republicans have carried the state by from 70,t 00 to 140,000, a loss 30,000 to 40.900 a compared with 1897. The following ticket was elected state treasurer James e. Barnett supreme court judges j. Hay Brown s. Leslie Mestrezat Superior court judge John Mitchell. There Are two vacancies in the supreme court and each party elects one judge. Kansas. Topeka kas., nov. 8.�?very meagre returns indicate Republican gains in the county elections held Over Kansan. It is predicted by conservative politicians that the Republican gain will reach to per cent. A very Light vote was polled All Over the state. In 1896 the unionists carried out 103 counties last year the republicans carried 81 counties out the 105. South Dakota. Aberdeen s. D., nov. 8.�?returns coming in slowly. Partial reports from nearly every county East the Missouri River show Republican gains especially in cities. Judge Fuller upon whom fusion forces concentrated their fight is running some behind his ticket but not enough to defeat him. Indications so far Are a Republican majority at least 500. Massac h i setts. Boston nov. 8.�?the result 381 cities and towns including Boston give Crane rep 134,721 Paine dem97,096. The same towns add cities in 1898 gave Wolcott 174,843 Bruce dem100,701. This shows a Republican loss 22 per cent and a democratic loss 4 per cent. this basis the republicans have carried the state by 65,000. Mississippi. Jackson miss., nov. 8.�?returns indicate a very Light vote in the Mississippi election. The democratic state ticket is elected by a majority estimated at 30,000. The populist vote shows a decided falling off. The populists have probably elected a member the legislature from Choctaw county. Virginia. Richmond va., nov. 8.�?the elections in Virginia went overwhelmingly democratic. In the most hotly contested senatorial District that made up Isle Wight Southampton and Nansemond Hie Independent candidate was elected. The vote was generally Light. It Hurt the democracy More severely than it did the republicans. First reports in do polite effects. D exactly the by complexion the legislature both branches Are claimed by chairman Diek to be Republican by substantial majorities a surprises Iii Hamilton Cuya hoga Franklin Ami Lucas counties. Columbus nov returns showed the Early democratic gains in Cincinnati and other cities were reduced and that Mclean was to be third at Cleveland and possibly at Toledo in which cities Jones Drew much More heavily from the democrats than from the republicans. At the same time the Republican net gains outside Cincinnati Cleveland and Toledo were increasing at such a throughout the state. Columbus returns indicate that the republicans have carried Franklin county by Over 2,. A gain Over Iso 3.300. Entire county ticket is probably Defeated. Marietta Nash will carry county by 900. Jones vote about 250. Fremont Mclean s estimated plurality about 1.100, gain about too. Xenia Complete returns from Greene county gives Nash 2.350 plurality Over Mclean. Jones received 550 votes. Mansfield Complete returns in this City gives Nash 1.783 Mclean. 1,966 Jones. 290. Republican gain 29 Dorao socratic gain 7 Over vote for governor in 1897. Springfield Complete returns give Nash 171 plurality in City. County gives Nash 985 plurality. Lima Nash carried county by about 1,200. Gain 200 Over Bushnell caused by Jones candidacy. Tiffin eight out nine precincts in Tiffin give Nash 7"3 Mclean 1,289 Jones 278. Zanesville Zane a lie gives Nash 2,695 Mclean 2,890 Jones 195. Democratic gain. 348. Indications Are that Nash has carried Muski Ngum county by about 50. Democratic gain 352. Cantons vote in Canton City Nash 3,589 i lean 3,037 Jones 219. Youngstown Nash carried the City by orer.500. Jones vote will not exceed 500. Fostoria the vote in the City i v Nash 907 Mclean 600 Jones 220 i Republican gain 63 Over vote 1897. Washington c. H. Returns in Fayette county show democratic gain Dver 1898. All Republican candidate county ticket Are elected. Nash car Nash. Iowa. Des Moines la., nov. 8.�?returns a from half the state showed net Republican gain 5,u04, a Little More than 14 to the precinct. The same ratio if kept up will give Shaw a plurality about 60,000. Chairman Weaver claims Shaw s election by 65,000. Would vital develop Imp at. Watts the development the sense touch in the Blind is something always a wonder to me. Got Roxy i have it pretty Well devel rate As to indicate a plurality from 30.000 to 40.000 for judge Nash for governor and the entire Republican state ticket including a majority the legislature. The republicans claim that their plurality will exceed 50,009 with Over 100.000 for Jones out a total less than 900,000. The Republican majority in the legislature is larger than usual but no senator is to be elected. Judge Nash was serenaded at hic Home to an enthusiastic crowd he made a Brief speech upon being introduced by Hon. Harry m. Daugherty Ilia rival for the nomination. Judge Nash said that the Ohio result was a message to president Mckinley that his Home state endorsed his administration and presaged Mckinley a renomination and re election in 1900. The republicans made their largest gains at the Homes judge Nash senator Hanna and chairman Dick. The democrats made their largest gains at the Home . Mclean. Friday last chairman Dick in to statement furnished to the press con ceded to Jones from 75jkk to 100,000 in the state and claimed that Nash a plurality would not be less than 50,0\kand that both branches the legislature would he safely Republican. From returns received chairman Dick says that be has no reason to change the opinion then expressed. Chairman Seward the democratic committee was asked for a statement the Ohio result but declined to make one. He was asked if lie conceded the election judge Nash claimed the election Mclean to which he replied a i will say the later returns Are growing in favor the republicans especially since the returns indicate that Jones ried Fayette by Only 575. Bushnell had >13. Circleville i Lem carried City by Isi. Jones ret lived 15 votes Small democratic gain n ported throughout county with exception common pleas judge. Walter in will will probably carry county. It. Vernon Twenty two precincts out 3t� indicate Nash will carry Knox county by 300 Green re candidate for representative will probably be elected Ami the entire Republican tic bet will go through. Jones vote is very Light and not being re Lior Ted from country precincts. It will not leg be cd 200 in the entire county Logan ticket Ron Roun 1,301 j hear Isom unto democratic from too to 400. N precincts in he Ive Nash 2,274, Mclean. 401 sixteen a Recinto net Republican gain 250 a tote ratio make minty ,600 / for Nash Republican candidates for s a tor and representatives slightly ahead governor. Lisbon thirty nine precincts out 51 in Columbiana county gives Nash 6.287 Mclean. 3.111 Jones. 542. Net Republican gain 1,086. Columbiana county will give Nash a plurality 3,800. Dayton the soldiers Home vote this year surpasses All since 1896. Over 3,300 votes cast. Nash a plurality at the soldiers Home 2,100. Toledo indications Are now that Nash will barely pull through As All save three the county precincts Are in. Seventy two out 110 precincts give Nash 6,096 Mclean 4,557 Jones 5,891. Nearly All remaining precincts arc democratic. It is impossible to Tell at this time which candidate will carry Lucas county. Akron Summit county will give Nash a plurality 3,000. In 19 precincts out 45, the vote stands Nash 2,841 Mclean 1.534 Jones. 1.431. Piqua the official vote in the to precincts this City and Washington township is Nash 1,605 Mclean. 1,280 Jones. 341. Cleveland fifty precincts in Cuya hoga county give Nash 3,732 Mclean. 1.870 Jones 6,476, a Republican loss 2,162 and a democratic loss 4,259. This will give Jones a majority Over the other two candidates in this county. Mansfield Twenty seven precincts including Mansfield give Nash Mclean 4,538 Jones 437. Cincinnati with four City precincts and 37 precincts outside the City to hear from in Hamilton county the plurality for Mclean for governor is not far from 1,000. Tile result As to the remainder Hie county ticket is in doubt with chances in favor the fusion ticket. Senator Hannah a views Cleveland nov. 8.�?senator Hanna made the following statement a i the conditions it has been a splendid Republican Victory. The returns i have Rome in so slowly that it is in i possible to say just How emphatic Tho i Victory is but it is a magnificent one. It was an endorsement the re pub a lican party and a splendid Oise. It is i too soon to say that i Ani satisfied with the result for do not know certainly what Tho result is. But we know enough to know that it is a great Victory for the party. The result in Cuya hoga county is not different from what was expected and was due to local conditions who. Ii a it re pretty Well understood before the mayor a hours statement. Toh do. O., Nev. Jones i says a a the result the election is extremely Gratifying to me As it must be to every Lover Liberty. The vote for the non partisan idea is Largo Chough to justify the claim that the cause has won the greatest Victory Ever recorded in Tho political history the state. I believe the vioral Force will Lead the legislature to pass the municipal code commission Bill which provides that every municipal officer in Ohio shall be elected by the nonpartisan doing away entirely with political parties in All our cities. I am thankful that the non partisan vote in Ohio May lie recorded i a favouring a Christian policy towards the Arenlt . Boonville mo., nov 8 the Arch a new vegetable cellar caved in it the Reform school killing Charles w. Kaiser an officer Ezra Mullen formerly from Pittsburg Kasandi w. Lidgerwood superintendent. Drake was crushed but will recover the Arch was 50 feet Jong and feet High and was constructed Only a Short time ago. Whipped by a regulators Liberty mo., Nev. 8. Fifteen More masked a a regulators entered the Arthur hotel the leading hostelry Here took John b. Robinson the landlord out bed led him in Bis night clothes to the cemetery and whipped him. Complaint had been made that the hotel had become disreputable. No remedy equals Peruna so the women All say miss Susan Wymar. Miss Susan Wymar teacher in Tho Richmond school Chicago 111., writes Tho following letter to . Hartman regarding in Runn. She says a a Only those who have suffered As i have eau know what a Blessing it is to be Able to find Relief in Peru a. This has been my experience. A Friend in need is a Friend indeed and every bottle Peru a i Ever bought proved a Good Friend to Wymar. Mrs. Margaret Dauben 1214 North Superior st., Racine City win., writes a i feel to Well and Good Ami Happy now that pen cannot describe it. Pern a is everything to me. I have taken several bottles Peru a for female complaint. I am in the change it it i if and i does to Peru a has no equal in All the irregularities and emergencies Peculiar to women caused by Pelvic Catarrh a address . Hartman col urn bus cd for a free Book for women Only. Doi a Delk cars. Election riot. Lexington ky., nov. 8.�?in one precinct in this City while the count waa in Progress a body armed men said to have come from the Republican Headquarters Ai Imp tot to enforce a fair count As they claimed. Reaching the precinct they were met by a number police and citizens. Firearms were brought into use and about too shots were fired. One negro i was wounded not seriously. The at a tacking party fled and no arrests have. Been made. Democrat elected. San Francisco. Nov. 8.�?the Republican City committee concedes the election James b. Phelan dem mayor by 3.000 majority. Market reports. Grain and Stock prices for nov. 7. Chicago. Cattle cond to fancy $7 7.vm6 7.7 rom to medium. 25.7 50 and hulls $1 7.vm3 to fancy heifers. $7 to Texas grasses 93 2.vm7 87 fed texans $4 71sv7 07 calves $4 mki17 77 hogs i a air to prime s i 1 km4 127�7 heavy packers. I 784i4 to mixed. $3 95@4 15 butchers $4 154 23 lightweights $ it 95 a4 171 pig. 93 7.4 it. Sheep and lambs common to Choice $7 is i no Western rangers. S it fit to Good to prime lambs 97 xhm5 07 prime native yearlings $4 25&4 75 Range lambs. 94 tit Kwh 7 wheat no 2 red. 68t71 a. Corn no. 2, 31%fif32c. Oui no 2, 23 pc. A lev Eland. Bog yorkers f4 20 medium and Boatie. 14 30 Good Loie st pigs $4 0o./4 20 sheep and in lbs cond to Best lambs. 94 7505 Good to Best mixed sheep $3 5 it n 4 . Ca 111#-Good to Choice Quality to 1.100 Pound leers $3 00t7 27. Fair to Good i 504/4 80, Good to Cholee a 0 to 1.050 Pound Tco j4 704/4 ii. Fair to Good. $4 27v/4 Good to Choice heifers 91 2tk4 4 fair to Good Butcher cows. 53 004 3 70 fair to Good bulls. $3 75 calve a Good to Best $6 50 07 . A Philadelphia concern is building them for Purl exposition. Philadelphia no. 8. The j. A Brill car company this City is now Anga god in building a Largo number double deck trolley for Tho general trac Tion company Paris which will operate tit Root tramways from Tho Center the City to the exposition grounds in 1900. Owing to the size and weight Tho cars. They will to mounted upon heavy double trucks. Over 40 i i cont Tho present output Tho Brill Plant is for Export in addition to Tho French contract the company has one for 150 trolley cars for Lisbon Portugal other foreign orders for car trucks Are being tilled for cities and Tramway companies in Italy France and England. Pit t Shu air. �?T11ie Cholee $5 80 f,-6 prime it Good $7 i pm it 27 tidy butchers us fair. 9 t hk.1 40 common. Stags and rows $2 970 tiv to Cal Oik to 4 Light my 4 30 Chok in prime heavy and Best in /4 45 heavy lurkers $4 hiker 94 toc/4 33 pig. $4 i p and la nibs Choice sheep Good 94 ski i 2 it fair to in i. 95 00$/3 to. Common i 4064 ii 70 t a it 4 97 flu and huns i m 4 40 m4 to. 94 25fig you i Good 13 Kim 4 87. Raffle a fat j shipping 91 i cows and he i feeders 9�?� 0km 4 27 hogs pigs mid v j and heavy 94 40. I sheep no lambs j 5 fair to Good. Common 92 7 473 i4 77 big Olulo. Butchers grades 7543 to tops Fern 94 he-/4 50 54 704/3 25 97 70 -/7 77 stokers Mui calves�?37 2.vu7 77 kers 34 mediums Best la in tis 97 Holt it pm Choice yen Lii 97 i raw a Nils and a a. H tape Worms a a tape worm eighteen feet Long at least came the Acone after my taking two Gasc Akots. This i urn sure has caused my bad health for the past three years i am still taking Cascaret. The Only cathartic worthy notion by sensible people Gbo. W. Bowles Baird miss Candy i cathartic Advance americans. Manilla nov. 8 a general Wheaton a i orders were to land at near san Fabian a fishing Village 20 Miles Northeast Dag pan the insurgent i Force there Only numbered about 209 men. Entrenched Whereat at Dagupan there Are some thousands insurgents 1 wheat v and five Miles Strong t relic lifts. The i r,0�?~p mounts River is blockaded. General Wheaton is apposed to have landed. General Macarthur Baa begun his Advance towards Tarlac. General Lawton also resumed hts Advance though in the face it at Diflo Ultima. New York. Cattle steer. $4 4ik.ii he ohm. $3 to Hilt Bull. $ t kk.4 row., 1 Uhm 7 calve Veals 97 309/8 to. I a Sera 32 7/ 4/3 27. Westerns. A il1. Sheep Aud lambs sheep $2 7 km4 a lilt 31 tv/12 25 Lamb. 34 it it in. Alb f t 779/1 in. Canadian f7 pm met 40 lad 74iic Corn so. % 3ftc, Ltd i Dei ii Tut 1 i. Lad 7 a f/71/ a. Oats so no 2. 62c bulk meat�?37 21 Corn it mixed to Hen t no. Mixed i,.ft a Lye Laird 37 <0 $0 17 a hog 37 my i 20. Cattie 37 7ih, j it sheep $2 hi9i," Ike lambs 25/�i7 in bion 44 essence Nous Many column reduced to a minimum for Blind readers. New Orleans has elected a democratic mayor. President Mckinley has returned to tin National capital. Fifty lives were lost in a great fire at Canton China oct. 5. Engineer c. A. Carpenter was struck by a train at Ashtabula. O., and fatally injured. Alfred Griffin an Oil dealer Swal Lowed a fatal dose laudanum in an Akron Saloon. Wild mixed. A loved lid i Oil do. A Ash amp Ltd Chik no 34 . Corny no. Tufted 23/ Baltimore. Butter fancy Creamery 2-f</27e vre Sii. 2i m22c____ Castoria for infants and children. The kind you Han always bought bears so Ifaf a a Tao Mahn ple a ant. Palatable. Poteet taste Good ill Good never sicken weaken Gripe Kkt Ute. Gurk constipation. A Torii pm Mfd a i inc. Meat in tart. It a t Ilion new vol k. Nov. Combination i. Prot Mal meeting to pc trusts 8 a a 1209,000,009 jetted the info rect this great oped myself. I huge a got so i eau Tell i Jurt democrats much More than a Borrower two blocks Toto Kali Blicaus in Cle Vela nit Toledo Tola .i.5�.,.u,i61, nov a to journal. I other Cut Lii i a Utu my �?z.,.l.uit Gani Zaniou will be held at hic Waldorf Astoria it is intended to Combine All tile rubber bicycle and automobile companies into one great Coni pm Whit h will control the production it every Aiti in into the manufacture a bicycle in automobile. In the proposed company it is Rueall the companies already formed will be participants. Shot Hie chief police Hattiesburg. Miss nov 8 John f Bennett chief police this place was shot and killed by i it. Hollings Worth a travelling Salesman the tragedy caused wild excitement and the murderer had to in hurried to mend Lari to prevent a from Lynching him the quarrel grew out a bin ate s transaction Public Stock Sale monday nov. 30., 1899. the above Date i will offer at Public Sale at my farm i mile West the b. Amp r. R. Depot known As the Welch Stevens farm Defiance o., Tho following Stock. Sale to commence at 10 clock a. Rn., Sun time re to i f Lafrom Ona to five years old. All Well us i i acid i Borscs by Jcj in the Norman and Cleveland Bay blood. Thu is the be to Stock horses Ever offered for Sale in this county. All who want horses for driving for work horses should not miss this Sale As they Are All Nice Large shapely horses and not ponies. T hese horses have been selected with great Deal care and with the View pleasing the people this Section. I 250 head sheep 125 head Ewe wether and Buck 3nccp jambs Tome very Nice Well bred Buck lambs in this lot. 125 head ewes 2 Oxford Bucks 1 and 2 years old. 2 Shropshire Bucks 1 and 2 years old. R Tel a 17 head Young steers and heifers i and 2 years old i Codille j-erfor<4 Bull coming 2 years old. Terms Sale a credit nine months will be Given the purchaser by giving his note with approved Security at 6 per cent 3 per cent discount for Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. All sums under $10.00 Cash in hand Defiance o., nov 5,1899. Guy Tippen

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