Defiance Express in Defiance, Ohio
19 Oct 1899

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19 Oct 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - October 19, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Sefian Jiu a blk Al Ali Al i vol. Flu Defiance. Thu Saav october in i899, no How to testify when you wish to Dodge. There has been considerable said Berat what . Behringer testified to before the tax inquisitor. For the information our readers and the Public n general we herewith submit his Tes Alimony which can be verified by anyone who wishes to Call at the auditor s office. Testimony. You can state to the auditor when it was you went out As superintendent he Turnbull Wagon works. Nov. Let 1892. You can state How much Money Yon received for Stock sold when you went rat. Selling the Stock and paying the commission for Selling i netted $10,200. Yon can state How much you had and at that time in Money notes mortgages and other securities. January 1892, i had no notes monies mortgages. State what monies notes mortgages other securities you owned held luring the year 1892. Not prepared to answer for the whole fear. But that my taxable liabilities exceeded my assets $2500 up to nov. I 1892. On after nov. 1st, 1892, How much did you have in notes mortgages and other securities up to july i 1893? after receiving the Money for the Turnbull Stock i paid off a note $2500 in Toledo and had $7500 Deposit about nov. I 1892. How Long did you have this Mony Deposit not to exceed 90 Days. Then what did you do with said Money ? i invested in two mortgages amounting to $3100. Who were they one them Gillett foreclosed the mortgage against Peter Kuhn $1400 the old Burk place near White Mills. What did you do with the $1400 mortgage paid off. Amounted to $1400 and interest. What was the Date a the $1400 mortgage believe nov. I 1892, and Jan. I 1893, do you know the Date off the $1700 mortgage no. Foreclosed the $1700 mortgage at the time Peter Kuhn failed. What did the $1700 mortgage amount to. Seventy eight acres land situated i think in Sec. 7, Defiance township. Then what did you do with the Money for the $1400 mortgage not prepared to answer. How much Money notes mortgages and other securities did you have in 1893? Jan a. 1,1893, i had$2,000 More taxable property than i had liabilities. State How Long you remained in South and How Long you owed property in the South remained in the South not to exceed 50 Days and still own 3-4 the property i then bought. T How much did you invest in Money 1 in property in the South one thousand dollars in Cash and $0,000 notes and mortgages. How much were you indebted for this property in the South in 1896. Four thousand dollars and at this Date owe $3,000 it yet. This Money you invested in the South. Was this Money you had Deposit in 1892? it was what was left it. In 1894 How Mach Money and securities did Yon have about $1,800. In 1895 How much did you have in Money and securities. About $800. I paid taxes $1,100. In 1896 How much did you have Over j and above your liabilities two Hundred dollars. Short. In 1897 How much did you have More than your indebtedness about $200. You May state to the auditor How much Money you loaned about nov. 12. 1892 to Albert Coy and wife 360 acres land in thi county secured by mortgage vol. 35, Page 101, record Defiance county. Not any. How much Money did Geo. W. Watkins loan for you to Albert Coy and wife nov. 12, 1892. And take the mortgage in the name g. W. Watkins. None. What Money if any about nov. 12, 1892, at any time did Geo. W. Watkins loan for Yon to any person mortgage Security otherwise Asrat that time he loaned $1400 for me and i bought a mortgage $1700 about that time. What Money if any have Yon loaned out in the county mortgage other securities. At this time i have $500 in nil did and loan Stock and $700 mortgage and that is All. None in any other county in state. What have Yon leased out in any other state no taxable collateral securities. What monies if any and How much have Yon out in mortgages stocks any other personal property in it the state thirty seven Hundred dollars. How Long have Yon held that property believe 2 3 years and have it now. Inquisitor found Trtat he held prop property from 1892 to �?T97 valued at $10,-000. Should be valued 189 2.$4620 189 3 3910 189 4 3910 189 5. 3910 189 6 4700 189 7 4750 fifty per cent added thereto nov. 12, 1892, Albert Coy and wife executed $7,000 to Geo. Lilleberg March 15, 1897, making total $7,700. Geo. W Watkins appeared before probate judge. Had refused to appear before auditor aug. 4. Summons made pc r a Coy nov. 12, 1892. G. M. Watkins named As grantee. He did not Amish the Money. Named merely for convenience. Had an amount with Coy but demurred to advise with counsel before he brought it into Coart. Jill i r critical periods people continue making donations. In woman a life Are made dangerous by Pelvic Catarrh. 45 the following Are the names donator and amounts donated for the purpose purchasing mail wagons for the Rural mail free delivery. For route a Wagon. Amounts previously published. $4 26 John Zook. 50 Andrew d. Buehrer. 25 William Peterson. 50 prof. J. C. Mccauley. 50 Adam Hall. I j. H. Neaderhauser. 50 Anderson Hall. 50 John a. Bishop. 25 Moll Hilton. 50 mrs. Mary Joblin. 50 William Schultz. 50 Frank m. Seiler. 50 total route a. $ i s a it for route ii Wagon. Amount previously published. $5 75 Elizabeth Van Dunap. I 50 h Bostleman. 50 Henry arps. 50 Matt. Elliott. I Stillman Rose. 50 total route a. .$9 75 for route c Wagon. Amount previously published $9 25. 75. 50. 50. 50. 50. 25. 50. 50 John e. Troeger. John Cay i . B. F. Myers. D. H. Kegler. M. Ado Henberger. John Max. Fred e. Kilpatrick. Adam Schatz. Total route c$13 25 summary. Donated to route a Wagon. B a a. C $10 25 9 75 18 25 total$33 25 Cost three wagons. $180 00 amount donated. 33 25 amount yet required$14g 75 Germany Tiffin Eli Marckel has moved in the Gire House. Some oar boys have enlisted in the army. Win. Linebrink is building a new summer Kitchen. A Nice rain last tuesday. German quarterly meeting at the m. E. Church next saturday and sunday. Ida Peter returned to Toledo after a two weeks visit in these Parte. Ezra Rethmel and wife and sons Harry and Tommy visited with Emma and Fen Lwirt Keller Neier sunday. Frank Van Wagner has moved the Schlosser farm. John Beiderwell died at his Home in Paulding county monday morning at clock. Mrs. Mathilde Richter. Mrs. Mathildo Richter Doniphan. Neb., says a i suffered from Catarrh for Many years but since i have been taking Peru a i feel Strong and Well. I would advise All people to try Peru a. As used Peru a and Man a Lin while i was passing through the change life i am positively convinced your beneficial remedies have relieved me from All my Peru a has raised More women from Beds sickness and set them to work 1 again than any other remedy. Pelvic Catarrh is the Bane womankind. Peru a is the Bane Catarrh in All forms and stages. Mrs. Col. Hamilton Columbus o., says a a i recommend Peru a to women believing it to be especially beneficial to Send for a free Book written by . Hartman entitled a health and address . Hartman Columbus a. Children a Home mrs. D. J. Modeller and sons. Milton and Floyd. Mrs. A cocktail and daughters Fannie and Blanche and mrs Marlett. All Sherwood were shown through through the Home Friday. John h. Mccauley called one Day last week. Mrs. Pollock and son. Of Ney called sunday. M. Kittner and wife Defiance spent sunday at the Home. We wish to thank them for Candy they gave the children. Or Babbitt Defiance and mrs. Nell Sneyer. Of Circleville. O., made a Bort Call sunday. Miss Nellie and Willi Lehman spent sunday at the Home g. S. Sumption Defiance called monday. W m. Hall Hamler is spending a few Days with his parents. Form an citizens organization. Ration woman a severest trial. Until recent years woman a severest trial has been the bringing children into the world. Today nearly All the sickness pain discomfort and dread Are avoided by those expectant mothers who use mothers Friend that wonderful liniment made famous by the great Good it has done. It is used externally. That is the Only sensible and Safe Way to relieve morning sickness headache tightness swollen hard rising breast. The bearing children need no longer be dreaded. Mothers Friend has been called a godsend by mothers All Over this land. Sold at drug stores for $1 a bottle and by the Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta a. Write for c it free illustrated Book entitled m before baby is divine Bervie. St. John n reformed Church Corner fourth and Wallington ate. F. E. Lahr pastor Divio services next sunday a follows. Sunday school at 9 clock a. M. English services at to clock a. M. English services at the reformed Church in Florida at 2 p. M. Catechetical instructions immediately after Sei vices. All Are Welcome Dei Voct circuit i. K. Church. There will be a meeting the official Board saturday get. 21, at Brunersburg. Preaching at 2 30 p. In. Standard followed by business meeting it is greatly desired that All trustees and stewards the different Points be present. Ii. H. Schoonover Daw pastor. Constipation a i Bare gone 14 Day at a time without in movement the Bowel act being Able to More them except by using hot water injection. Chronic constipation for Neven years placed me in this terrible condition during that Tito i did breathing i Beard hum Orer found buy Relief such was my Case until i began using canc Aherb. I now Bare from oae to three pub buget a Day. Aud if i was Rich i would Giro 1100.00 for each meet it la such a a leu l hint 101 Russell to Detroit Mich. Rujka can j cathartic Tkv Duomo take Mash who Irmo pleasant palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good never sicken weaken Gripe. Kijuc 40c. Cure constipation. Sis us us a a do Capsay Chuhsu. Avoir Fork. 32 West Milford. Miss Graie i son Call miss Opal Fornor sunday. Will Lawton and daughter Ells visited . April a sunday Appl packers were in this Vicinity working several Days last Wek. At the funeral miss Blanche Hen Dernot last tuesday six Young ladies friends the deceased bore the White casket containing the body their schoolmate and Friend. They were miss Landis Hoot Man. Laura Shan Kiln e Lith Dietch. Miss Christopher Aud two daughters . Bent Bootman. Or. L. E. Winn wife Mother and mrs. Sarah Weimaster Maxville. Perry county visited at g. E. Winns sunday. A watch was found near the Thompson school House. Sunday Bat and the owner is unknown the correspondent West Milford can give information regarding it. Filmore Lehman and family have Grae to live at Monticello. Id. We regret their departure. It is just such people we would rather have remain in our midst yet we wish them Success wherever they go. Mrs. Riley Getraer is improving very slowly after a Long Alose if malaria fever having been lick for Over two months. G. G. Wilson and family spent sunday afternoon at . Popery a. Miss Bessie Hammon who Bas be a staying near Waterloo ind., has returned Home. Or. Amiden son Henry amid n is visiting at borne at present. Will Winn near Coldwater. Midi., visited near Hicksville a couple Days last week. Another for Coli Mia. To glory in beating a cripple but the Bure counts lust the same. New York oct. 18.�?the Topmast the cup challenger Shamrock was carried away 25 minutes after the big Ringle sticker had crossed the starting line and her enormous club sail with its 3,000 feet Canvas came rattling Down the def. Leaving Ber a hopeless cripple. A no amount Pluck courage could face such a catastrophe and Captain Hogarth immediately abandoned the race towing Back into Anchorage after to had cleared away the wreckage. The Columbia continued Over the course alone placing to her credit the second Tho races for the Americus cup. The Accident to Tim Shamrock ruined the race and caused the keenest regret among the yachtsmen and the thousands sightseers. I is unfortunate that the defender should have been the beneficiary an Accident As the re is Little glory in heating a cripple hut the Rule is ironclad. There is Good sense and logic behind the Rule. The races Are a test construction As Well As design and seamanship. The third race will he sailed thursday. Feared tin Whitecap. Barnesville. Ga., oct. 18.�?an investigation into the disturbances Here As a result which the local military company was called out to protect the Oxford Cotton Mill from a supposed negroes shows that the negroes came to the town seeking Protection from whitecaps. The negroes claim that some their race were roughly handled by the whitecaps. I at tie show. Kansas City mo., oct. 18.�?the National exhibition thoroughbred Hereford cattle at the stockyards next w cd will be the first its kind. In the West. That it will be a great show is assured by the fact that already there Are 341 entries. Opposed to sol it Jii filipinos meet. Chicago oct. 18.�?the opposition the anti expansionist to the subjugation the filipinos took tangible form in the meeting about 160 delegates from different parts the country to launch a crusade against the policy the administration in the Philippines. The meeting was called to order in Central music Hall by temporary chairman Edwin Burritt Smith Chicago. The committee organization the conference was appointed As follows George g. Mayer Philadelphia Frank h. Scott Chicago. Dana Estop Boston Louis r. He Rich coloured. Springs col. And Paul f. Cost st. Louis. Owing to the illness his wife g. H. Rout Well could not be present but a letter from him was read. The conference will continue for two Days. Dewey Iii the South. Atlanta oct. 18. Mayor Woodward this City received from councilman Livingstone a Telegram stating that Admiral Dewey would arrive in Atlanta . 24. Hewill be Here two Days and return to Washington with lieutenant Caldwell while Flag lieutenant Brumby will remain in Georgia for a Short time. Fusion Iii Cincinnati. Cincinnati . In. The a in Arratia and citizens so conventions adopted Cist it report their joint conference cons mittens. The report provided for ii fusion county ticket. The Independent republicans got one the three senators four the ten representative both the two members the Board control two the three justices the peace county commissioner and infirmary director. The democrats get the county solicitor and treasurer. It is understood that the concessions made by the democrats to the Independent republicans for local offices were in accordance with the wishes John r. Mclean the democratic clip dilate for governor. Memorial Day at i ii by fee Cincinnati oct. 18.�?this was Mene a orial Day at the Jubilee convention the Christian missionary societies the tributes being mostly in Honor a. M. Atkinson Wabash ind. With dropped dead while address Reg the business menus Section saturday night. Then venerable c. L. Ixion Lexington continued to preside Over the foreign Christian missionary society where missionaries from All the foreign Fields reported in their respective works it touching appeals. Cross examination. Will Only strengthen the testimony Defiance . Raj Par plea8ant Bend. John Walters and family Dolph Are guests mrs. Walters in to John Wolf a. Lewis Archambeault and family spent sunday with relatives in Defiance. Mrs. Crobu called relatives and friends at Holgate Malinta and other places Over sunday. Alva Quiston. Teacher school in diet. No. 9, spent saturday and sunday with his parents at Hamler. Miss Nellie Wolf attended the sunday school convention at Nucleon Friday and saturday and while there was the guest her brother e. D. Wolf the testimony which follows will stand the test closest investigation. Cross examination such evidence will strengthen it. Proof this a Tare in plentiful in Defiance and the most sceptical can hardly doubt the claims made for the Little conqueror when placed face to face with the Pule lie utterances friends neighbors and local citizens. Head the experience Given below it May save you Many hours future trouble. Mrs. Jacob held Breud of714, Nich i obis Street say i received great in mrs Josiah roller and mis Emma Etta from the us i Joan a kidney pills rettig.8healm> called min Blanche j .11 Ujj. Woodward the druggist. They strengthened my Back relieved Market retorts. Grain and Stock prices for oct. 17. Chicago. Cattle Good to in hey 95 806/7 common to medium steers la 506/5 73 cow end bulls 12 006/3 05 texans 4 30. Calves $4 00647 to. Hogs fair to prime $4 22v/04 43 heavy packers $3 h56/4 20 common to it it Choice mixed. 4 lv.4 40 butchers. 14 20/4 43 common to Good lightweights $4 156/4 15 pigs i Quot. 7.v.4 85. Sheep nil la in bad poor to prime sheep la 516,4 is Western rangers $3 is feeders $3 2<>6/3 7o common to Choice la in 1ms, a 256/ it 20. Wheat no. 2 red % 716,71v.-. Corny no. 2, il\67. T2c. Oats no. 2 White 256/2f>4c. Pittsburg. Cattle Choice. $5 806/5 so prime $5 406 i to 7<t Good $5 106/5 25 tidy butchers$4 706/5 fair 94 s6/4 40 common t Ute /. 75 bolls Stags and cows 2 006c 4 fre a lows to he /5u . Culver to 506/7 . Hog a prime mediums $4 506/4 53 heavy yorkers $1 46/1 45 Light yorkers $4 .�?~<56/ 4 40 heavy hogs $4 456/4 55 pigs $4 2066 4 85. Sheep Aud lambs Choice sheep. $4 8564 4 40 Good. $4 1 56/4 80 Lair $5 756 .4 Choice Lui Nhu ?5 1.5 30 common to Good $3 006/5 . Cleveland. Hog a mixed $4 to Good 4 306 4 40. Bogs mixed 4 40 Good $4 256/4 to. Sheep and lambs Good to Choice lambs $5 006 5 25 fair to Good $4 516/5 Good to Choice wether sheep. ?4 006 4 25, fair to Good mixed sheep $3 506/4 50 cattle Good to prime steers. 95 004 0 to fair to Good butchers $4 256/4 fair to Good Bandy weight a tears $4 u06<4 25 co in to ii to beat heifers $3 506/4 so fair to Good Butcher cow. $8 006/3 50 fair to Good Bubs to 01643 50. Calves Good to Best $5 756/0 25. Huf Ottlo. Cattle Butcher a it 50613 25 shipping f5 006/5 so cows Arni heifers #3 756/4 40 tops $5 506/0 25 stockers Ami feeders $8 006/3 40. Calves $7 0g</7 25. Extra hogs yorkers $4 45 mediums and heavy f4 50 pig. $4 40. Ii Ogu figs Ami yorkers. $4 50 mediums sheep and Lamb Hest lambs $5 3061 5 40 fair to Good $5 006/5 23 / tills and common. F4 006/4 to mixed sheep $3 7564 4 01 Nils and common 12 506/3 to yearlings f4 006/4 25. New York. Cat tie steers f 4 ti2v/�6 bal Breeda 15 25 oxen 91 5/16/4 bulls $2 256 3 cows $1 506 3 in calve veal $4 006/a 00 grasses 2 so sheep Ami Maui i my sheep 92 506/4 25 lambs 14 856 4 50 wheat no. 2 red 75%c. Corny no. 2, 20-<�?�. Out so. 2 White aob./-. It Lii Cipriati. Webs no 2 red 7lr Lorn a no. 2 a Vic Gat a no 2 mixed 254c. 2. 04c Market repor1 corrected oct. To 1800 by m. B. Gorman provision Marke. Wholesale beaut apples dried per la. Beeswax. Laird. Potatoes per Bushel. Beans per Bushel. Tallow cheese. Pickle pork. Country Bacou. Smoked Ham. Smoked shoulders. 3 amp 20 is to 124 6 a 30 40 i 20 i pc t 6 14 10 5 a it 0 9 to Viz s to Liest pigs to Best pigs Market corrected by j. Ii. Baker. Price paid. Beef lore Quarter. A. Tilt eel Hind Quarter. 7v veal calf dressed. 7 sheep dressed. Fat hugs foot. 4 hogs dressed. Lungs dressed. Live Stock Market dogs. Hogs heavy. Sheep. I Iii . Cows steers. 4 0 Seki Market. Corrected by ii. P. Miller. Price paid Clover seed no. I. Quot no. 2. A a rejected. Alsyne no. I. No. Quot rejected. Poultry Market. Corrected by h. P. Miller. Price paid. Chickens old. A a Spring. Turkeys live. Ducks. Butter. 12 eggs per Doz. Flour and Mill Felix corrected by a. Groweg a Sou Belling Price. Best family. Graham flour 12 la. Seek. Rye flour per 4t ital. Bolted meal. To la. Sacks. Chops per cwt. Meal. Per cwt. Middling per cwt. Bran per cwt. Oil meal per cwt. Be Roan lugs per by. Pelts. Corrected by ii. P. Miner Price paid. Hides salted. Hides Green. Sheep pelts. Grain. Hay and Straw. Corrected by a. Groweg a son. Price paid. �?T4 4 7 to 7 i r4 to 74 amp 4 in 54 9 to 4 a 4 i t.54 eur it to am j&4 3. Of is 4 a 33sc re big s in 4 it a i . A a a Joyi a Sty it pc rat t a i Oak Taber near Napoleon Ber Way he a Chaa. Dirr and family and Daniel Dunlap and wife Are getting ready to visit relatives at Cleveland mrs. Peter Dirr has a n taking medical treatment for to Ltd a Siliris eave Throat and is getting is ter. Parole notice. It Otic is hereby Given that Samuel j. Prisoner now confined in the Ohio Scott. Beni a ii in the Board by the Warden and chaplain a worthy Consul Lias been Recomb Mided in Hie Board b do ration for parole. Sald application will be for me headache and toned up my kid keys. Any work a Little harder than common does not now nearly prostrate me Aud from til effective Relief i obtained i can heartily recommend Doans kidney pills to others a mixed Rye silk re i 2o hog sheep 15 to. Bulk meat 2 hearing after nov. 7th, in i. R,w4.�?T for Sale by All dealers Price 50 cents. Foster Milburn co., Buffalo n y., sole agents for the u. 8. Observe the name Doans and Luke no other. Wool Ohio sic xxx Ann la in 35c n combing 226/ wheat now i oafs do clovers 6/4 45 Cattie 3 �?~.0, lambs�?93 i Ion toll. Fleece x uni xxx Wisd above 25 Bacone 12 506,5 50. 006/5 Ixo above 316/32c a my it a wheal. Of fats. A jul . Com shelled. A Hay. Bulk Timothy per too. 9tv Hay bulk Clover per Loo. Men Straw Ulk per too. 2 ear Corn per too lbs. 44 new co ii. If Selling Brice born. 40 a. So Hay. Haled Timothy per cwt. T72i Straw bated per Bale. It halt corrected by a. Groweg a mgt a. Selling Price. New York per bbl. I toll Dairy a do. Sacks. A a it Lump Rock per cwt. 40 it i bombing 346 35no 2 butt/t-1 Ash i a 1 ii Lac Toledo. 2, 704. Conic no. 2 it to 2 mixed 2te, Bye red Fogt to Baltimore. Ley Creamery 46 25c, mixed. No 2, eggs Castoria. For infant Aud children. The kind you have always Bough bears us is Goat a two tax dodgers who want office. In looking up the treasurers tax duplicate we tend that in the year 1893, Page 148, the West Book line 14, Kerns democratic candidate for county treasurer had his taxes $9.65, marked up with a big red do delinquent not paid we also find in the West Book for 1895, Page 148, lines 16 and 17, that he stands delinquent to the tune $18.85. Not paid. We also find in the East Book for 1897 that Behringer Page 149�?lines 35 to 40 stands marked with red letters. On Page 308 delinquent tax Book no. 3, we find him charged with $1278.59. He settled this great amount taxes for $761.25. If he owed one cent he owed it ally All nothing. And if he paid one cent he should have paid it All. Honest men can you vote for these kind people will you insist upon supporting tax dodgers and tax eaters can you vote for such men to be guardians you hard earnings had All. The taxes in years gone by been paid As they should have been perhaps an extra Mill two would not have to be added to run the county fund and the county Comers sinners could pay Bills against the county and rot try to beat honest men out them. Taxpayers would it not be a positive Public calamity to elect such men to office Isnit it about time to have such High handed robberies wiped out

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