The Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1900, Delphos, Ohio The Latest The Herald It. THE DAILY Delivered at our Sapper TO TBM OP AND AND VOL. NO. 284. THURSDAY MAY 10. 1900. OF K. Of No. 139, meets t n eity to attend C- V. C. 0., I. 8. K. of R. 8. EUlton M M of C. No 60; f-M 4-138 MASONIC H M. No. ill. A M. Stated third of each month ite brethren S. D. W. M. o Mam flnt Monday of each month J. No M foorU Our of White Embroideries and Laces Is Now All the New Fads Can be Seen for the Don't be 1 he Clerks are Paid for Waiting on the SPOT CASH DEPARTMENT T I M J Part. Eeo O. No 26 O B8 Hall the second and fourth Friday each month made Miss Sec. 1. O. O. I. Subordinate No. 201. meets in the I. O. O. P. north Main every Friday at 7 standard Visiting members are invited to attend our C. H. N T. Permanent A. cording B. E. Beebe Encampment No 246, meets in I OOF hall the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of each Visiting members are always J. M. Chief A- Apr 00 OP ft. Bernice Lodge No 348 meets at the I O O r second and fourth Wednesday ever each Visiting members are oor invited to meet with as. Mrs John T N Mrs. Bee Sea Jan CATHOLIC C. K. of A. Hall over J. H. drug Mais Secular meeting second and Tuesday of each and Friday evenings of also Sunday 4 to 6. are invited to H J Bergfeld Pww W A Jan 99 WORK OF POPULISTS K. O. T M. W. Viking Tout No. 163. K O. T. M. Regular re- view every Wednesday in G. A. K. at 8 o'clock Sir always H. D. Sir Knight Walter B. Sir Knight R. K. KOVAL Delpha 200, meete first and third evenings of each in Odd lows HalL at S Transient members are to meet with O. D. Re- A. C. and so far as predictions the platform will follow the lines adopted by the Nebraska Another Bridge In National Convention at New May and Sioux a middle aged jumped from the Brooklyn He is the third eon who has jumped from this bridge A DIFFERENCE IN THE during the last A few minutes after a policeman attached to the New York tower saw the man leap from the railing about the center of the a tugboat picked up the He was then conveyed to a hospital in a He soon lapsed into Has Gold May rumor is current here has and it believed that the secretly joining tl The wires are down to GRAND Officers Chosen by the Ohio at May were elected by the Ohio department of the Grand Army as E. R. department B. T. senior vice Charles junior vice Rev. Mr. Dr. H. V. medical taine was selected as the next place of Fusionists Demand the Reopening ol the Mints to tue Free Coinage ol Silver Leaders of the the Road j May the mid- Populist convention t was called to order at Robinson's Opera House there were 470 persons lu the chairs and 75 in the National Chairman Deaver pre- Committees were appointed and retired to their Ignatius nelly delivered an impassioned address in which he declared that the must stand together anu save Permanent organization was effected by the selection of Colonel HAD A SHARP British Cavalry Attempt to Cap- ture Boer 1'IRE FORCED THEM Men Working Their Way Cautiously Northward the Railway Buller Reported to Be Moving Lord Salisbury's Latest Phase of the War Cape May is reported that General Buller is on the and that the Boers are May Button's mounted infantry including the with a part of General French's crossed the Zand river Tuesday and began to work its way cautiously along the railway northward in the track of retiring About horsemen were in this DR. H. M. Graduate of University of Michigan Over Commercial Office to 12 and 1 rado for vice Wharton Barker of whose presidential boom appears to have been effectually ad- dressed the He spoke on the motion of Mr. It appears almost certain that former man Howard of head the Reports show ticket probable mate is in good standing and balance atical National Chairman Deaver has in The Woman's Relief Corps declined to accept the nomination for elected the following Ub I the vice and it possibly r t Miss Hannah W Maxon of by a part of General French's had a sharp This was on when he reached the and saw the Boer convoys on the other side and pressed intending to cross and capture The opened fire with eight or 10 forded the river above and be- seemingly in and sOUSht to envelop the General Hutton fell back several the Boers following until the other British NEED NOT few Space Is Too Holds the Methodist May as an attitude in has ceased to be an exaction ia the Methodist The conference to declare are j as much as ever In favor of j the kneeling The effective argument was pi a city who to re- build our Our pew space is too contracted to permit of report of the special committee to plan the consolidation of the ous benevolent societies was Delegate Handley of New sey conference introduced a resolution giving the committees on ex- missions and Freedman's Aid Southern Education society the right to discuss all questions brought before it. After a long wrangle the tute was tabled and the ing the committees unlimited scope in discussions was A lengthy debate as to the method of nominating bishops and other officers was indulged but a motion was finally adopted directing the bishops to appoint a com- of seven to formulate rules for the nomination and election of bishops and other to report not later than The conference then settled down to the consideration of the report of the commission appointed four years ago to revise the organic law of the FIRED AT FROM A CAR One of a Crowd Fatally Shot on a 5t. Louis R. O. Successor to Dr. H. Williamson Office corner Second and Jefferson Sts Phone 41. L. J. D. Physician arid Calle promptly responded to day or over Walsh's Jewelry Special attention given t Nose and aad Fitting of B. JOHN Office rear room Post building May be Pound at Office Day or Phone 49. Veterinary PR. W. C. Proprietor Treats all Diseases of Domestic All animals for examination to be brought to the Hospital Day and night calls promptly at- located on West Second Alley entrance just west of Sheeter opera house Residence on sooth Canal Phone School of Dress Catting And Goam Tailor Suits a Cutting and fitting done on short Also Coats and Jackets altered and Room 6. FISHER The suit I make to er for and up and pants for and Will fit as well and wear as well as those the high price tailors will make for Suits pressed and 50 Pants pressed and 20 HARRY Successor to F. F. Second FUher placed before the country will be of such a nature as to practically lish anew the greenback That plank will probably call fop an unlimited issue of paper Silver is likely to be The other leading planks will demand direct legislation and ownership of railroads and DECLARE FOE Platform Adopted by the Fusion at Sioux Falls Sioux S. May tional convention ol the fusion wing of the People's party has gotten down to business in the big tent The crowd in attendance is somewhat smaller than had been There are 500 delegates and an equal number of A lavish display of national colors makes resplendent the interior of the tent Senator Butler of North chairman of the national and Temporary Chairman dale of made addresses which were well Next the usul committees were Hon. Thomas Patterson of Colorado was j selected for permanent chairman of the convention by the committee on manent organization and order of after a session lasting over two J. H. Curran of Leo Vincent of Colorado and William M. Deisher of who served as temporary were named as permanent The platform adopted by the tion the conduct of the ad- ministration in changing a war of manity into a war of the conduct of the administration in the Philippines being denounced as ghastly travesty upon enlightened man The Porto Rican legislation is denounced as a flagrant violation of the and standing armies are declared a con- stant menace to the liberties of the Sympathy is extended the and trusts are condemned as the greatest evil of the The gold standard is declared a conspiracy against the interests of the and demand is made that the mints of the United States be reopened to the free and unlimited coinage of silver at 16 to 1. The action of the Idaho and Federal governments in the Coeur d'Alene affair is The situation with reference to the vice presidency was still the para- mount question among the and the solution of the problem was apparently as far oft as it was when the delegates began to Charles H. Towne appears to be the Tennessee May state Dem which is bled is one of the largest ed ever held m While the convention has nothing to do with the that race is occupying the minds ol delegates almost Governor Congressman finest in the history Army of of the Grand New etery Ripley Holmes Woodsfield Building and Loan in- I crease from to Biggs Boiler Works 000; Bloomer Detective Co-operative Wheel company ren Pottery Threat of May students are threatening to leave the Ohio uni- versity as the result of inactivity of the faculty concerning the ment of the six students suspended last Church May 10. During an electrical wind and rain storm the church at was struck by lightning and tht burned to the Discussed In May the senate discussed in secret session the mysterious projectile with which the navy department has been ing on armor Mr. Tillman ed out the effectiveness of the tipped with a point of soft against the armor and used that fact as an argument against the payment by the government of what he termed monopolistic prices for A communication was submitted from the bureau of ordinance in which was described minutely the effect of the projectile upon various kinds of It was shown that the which is a solid steel a no explosive would pierce the best of armor when the conditions of the test were An English May com- menting on the attitude of displayed by the New York aldermen towards the Boer would have been the sentiment in the United States during the late the lord mayor of London had offered a public welcome to the dele gates from the Philippine ing for European intervention in be- half of then Our con duct then appeared to evoke intense but the value of such tude becomes obvious when blown to the winds on the approach of a Lord Roberts left Smaldeel Tuesday to consult one of the 15 miles distant The Boer attack on General Hutton does not indicate any such panicky conditions as have been alleged to exist among the British advance rolls on General Broadwood and eral Bruce Hamilton have penetrated 15 miles beyond According to Boer advices sharp skirmishes are of daily and there was a brisk rifle engagement outside burg on From Boer sources comes also the report that in a mish outside May 5, Colonel Baden-Powell was slightly President after his formal speech on said the British were prepared for war in 1896, as which the burghers had cap- tured but the to avoid provided a seven franchise and then a five Britain still de- he the lic at length accepted the Even should the British enter the Transvaal and take the Boers will still remain a free Our trust is in and we may be dent that He will defeat the most The Transvaal volksraad adopted adopted resolutions on Tuesday ex- pressing indignation at the British for not conducting the war in a civilized with for using armed Kaffirs under British officers and for ing Salisbury's At the annual meeting here of the Primrose league Lord among other in an evil for the fame of the country and his at- himself to the idea of the tion of England and No one can say the home rule cause presents any ments of sanguine anticipation for the I am assured that there Is no hope of the predominant partner ever consenting to give Ireland practical FIRST OF THE House May house considered the contested election case of Pearson versus from the Ninth North Carolina district The report of the majority was against the sitting a on the Mr. Pearson's election was prevented by ery and The minority deny all allegations of the The debate was on party The tion of newspaper publishers relative to the price of printing paper was pre- sented to the ways and means and Mr. Newlands of Nevada posed an inquiry by having the matter referred to the subcommittee on Motion was Armor and May Practically the entire session of the senate was de- voted to the section of the naval relating to armor and armament The debate hinged on the proposition that the government should erect an armor plant of its Senator Tillman presented an ment limiting the price to be paid for armor to per and providing also that the government should erect a plant of its Senators Money and Chandler advocated the erection of a plant while Mr. Hale ported the proposition providing for a plant in the contingency that armor could not be for per OTHER Probable as the Result of the Cuban Postal May investiga tion into the postal frauds show it to tne war m a. luc for killing wounded Boers j be almost impossible that Neely could have committed them It is now believed that sufficient evidence will soon be forthcoming to warrant other Although no charges have yet been made against any Mr. Runcie has been approached by one man who is under with a request that he undertake his defense in case a charge is brought against The Cubans do not say much regarding the but they smile derisively at the development of a large defalca a fraud that must have continued for a in the department which was most often pointed out as an tration of the political honesty which the Americans came to Cuba to Dynamite Cartridge Under a Shattering the Police Succeed In Opening One of the Affected Lines Company and Strikers Both St. May first tragedy in connection with the strike occurred when a suburban en route to the company's sheds inThe western part of the was passing the Baptist A number of men ered in the grounds of the threw rocks at the Some one on the car fired a shot at the the i bullet finding lodgment in the breast j of Frank Lebrecht The wounded man attempted to enter the but fell dead on reaching the One story is that a police officer on the car fired the Dan Donovan was placed under arrest by the charged with firing the fatal Donovan is employed in a minor capacity by the railway A dynamite cartridge exploded un- der a car on the Highlands division of the suburban line with j great The explosion splintered i the broke off a section of one j wheel and cracked the The car Spring Beers Can be Considered a Home Grown Pure Crystal Rock Properly Brewed by one who understands the No in Delphos Order it Pure If you want Bottled Beer for family call 91. We deliver to any part of the on short the sion a number of shots were in quick but the persons who did the firing were not St Louis Transit company made no effort to run St Louis and with the assistance of a large force of succeeded in getting a number Both sides express full confidence in the By keeping the crowds sthe police prevented a repetition of the riotous demonstrations of the of the After May agent of the St. Louis street car now tied up by a has opened an office in this city for the purpose of hiring tormen to go to that It is said that 300 men have already been en- gaged No conductors are being only motormen being Another Kansas May strike that may tie up all the lines of the Metro- Street Railway company is and may occur within the next 10 The Metropolitan con- all street railway traffic in sas and Kansas with the exception of the traffic over one short The company employs about At a meeting at which 900 of these employes were resented it was voted to serve an matum on the company demanding 20 cents an hour for all men who have been in the employ of the company for one 19 cents for all and complete recognition of the The men have been working under a scale of 15 to 20 cents an The company refuses to grant the de- Illinois May Richard Yates of Jacksonville was nominated lor governor by the Illinois Republican state A full state ticket was and the following selected to represent the as gates to the national seph Q. John L. Hale tion and that of Governor de- clares in favor the policy of declares against and in- for A lution of for the was hissed Referee of the Big New May has been tled that Charley White will referee the fight at Coney Island Friday night The articles of agreement provide that the principals shall wear soft the referee to be the judge of the texture of the binding on the hands of the quis of Queensberry rules are to ern the Hitting on the South of Opera House on Canal West JOHN n. Have your linen Oar Workmanship is Leave Laundry at Tailor Shop on Second or bring to the Delphos Dairy No. 416 North Main St. Bottled Milk at all Cottage Cream Always on Skimmed and Sonr STANLEY M. In the Spring Gentle Wei rican war We know now better than we did ten years ago what a risk It would be if we gave a disloyal government In land the of accumulating forces against this A certain section of other I a very though noisy has at the present moment a great against this It does follow that we have no precautions to There can be no nor dence feelings or sympathy of other except through the efficiency of their own defense and the strength of their BOILING and Orange state Cape May is believed here that on the arrival of the British at the Vaal river a proclamation was issued annexing the Orange Free State to the dominion of the and demonstrating the determination of her majesty's forces to assert British supremacy over the annexed Free Staters May Free Staters are moving in small parties with their I all these things may he united In one great wave to dash upon our shores i The premier then urged the sity of precaution in remarking that the material for military l sion was yearly increasing in power and efficiency among every one of the great In every case in history the great time has been by disasters suffered in its but by a blow directed at live The Brit- ish of ought to be But are we wise in placing all our eggs in one We must Induce the people to the leading That McMillan Will be renominated tor governor to on their way to or the j of rifle Happenings at Home and Abroad Served In Terse Charles a well known hotel clerk of St committed Twenty men were injured in a riot between strikers and miners near Pa. Four small vessels were wrecked by a gale on the German coast and all on board British ship Sierra Nevada was tally wrecked off Captain Scott and 22 seamen At Fond Du General ward S. 74, was thrown from a horse and probably fatally Netherlands Peace society of land petitions President McKinley to offer mediation in South African A Plant ani Southern express col- at S. five of the train men bein Amman We treat onr Milk by the latest process of immediately bottled and free from Bottled in Pinto and and away and with one hand free will be delivered to any part of Try onr Each principal will have to protect himself after retreating from a Both Jeffries and Corbett are said to be in the pink of Steel and Iron May important changes are to be made in the wage ecale of the Amalgamated Association of Steel and Tin Workers at the twenty-fifth annual convention will assemble at Indianapolis next i In some branches large ad- vances over the present wages are to be Suggestions from the ous lodges indicate that the present system of adjusting wages every two months will be and that there will probably be a change in the scale base for with a much higher rate for the Howard Frankfort May who was named by Culton and other witnesses as the man who ably fired the shot which killed surrendered at the jail He ar- rived in the custody of Sheriff Beverly White of Clay Sheriff White says that when his name was first mentioned in with the claimed that he was in- nocent and could surrender whenever hs was Howard never v ts inside the statehouse square in my life till the afternoon following bel's I am innocent and can prove by testimony which will not be doubted that I was not at the house when was Taylor's May lor of Kentucky was at the war ment and had a long conference with Assistant Secretary His visit gave rise to all sorts of conjee but Mr. Meiklejohn says there was absolutely no significance in the visit Mr. Taylor is an intimate friend of and having Just returned to the city naturally made him a visit Against tbe May 10. The military authorities here have received a cable dispatch from the British war office ordering all the available officers of the West Indian regiment to proceed Eighth Kentucky May 10. The Eighth district Republican convention appointed Thomas Ballard of son and General Collier of Lancaster delegates to the Philadelphia Strong McKinley and Taylor were Now is the time to get your light Clothing cleaned and ready for spring and the Troy Steam and Dye Works is the place to get it There is Only One Dye Works in Delphos and That is the J. J. J. Q. Justice of ihe the following certify that One Minute Cough Cure will do 1 that is claimed for it. My could not get her and the first dose of it re- It also my whole It acts immediately cores asthma and til throat and lung King Bros. tf the expedition is a surprising Prof. in my travels in all parts of the for the last ten I bave met more people having used Green's August Flower than any other for deranged liver and and for I find for tourists and or for persons filling office where headaches and general bad ings from habits that Green's August Flower is a grand It does not injure the tem by frequent and it excellent for soar stomachs and Sample bottles free at King Bros. Sold by dealers in all civilized JOE. 2d Opposite City Headquarters for Pressing and Repairing of Gent's NO SHRINKING Pants sponged and 20 or as cheap as any other Suits sponged and 50 same as have always Perfect fitting suits made to and No Deposit Satisfaction Guaranteed on all I sharpen Lawn Mowers to Your patronage is J. N. O. Id and 3d.