The Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 12, 1900, Delphos, Ohio The Latest The Herald Has It. THE DAILY Delivered at our Supper DIVOT TO THH 1NTMBM8T8 OF AMD AMD THI VOL. NO. 286. MAY 12. 19OO. THREE or K. of P. No. day Block Trim in city are invited to Attend C- V. C. 1. 8. K. of 8, Jennie M Wi A.M. No. 114. F A A M. Stated third Wednesday of brethren cordially W. M. J. H. S. D. JM Making Right Clothes For There are two ESSENTIAL elements in the matter of good The which must be chosen with the most artistic and the which requires the two-fold skill of designing a fit which will conform to the and the cutting and making in the most expert As to the taste of our the fabrics selves must We do no pattern in every grade is individually some for business some for others for outing others again for the for every and to suit each man s taste and The striped aud are most popular tuis W e knew ago that this was to be and gathered a magnificent that a man who is particular about his clothes will njoy looking We make them up in a style worthy of the finest the best taste and with the best The suits and they continue to fit Of course wear tells on all but we put work into them that jf month at 7JO. J. D. cordially J K RM O. No It O B B at Hall and fourth Friday each month W Mix Bachael makes it tell and if any fault comes to light we make it We do the utmost that the ery best tailors can yet we maintain most reasonable Suits of the newest virgin made to measure at and Handsome in both light and dark i-a and 1st I. O. O. I. Subordinate No. 201, meets In the I. O. O. F. north Main every Friday at 7 SO standard members are invited to attend oar C. H. N. T. Permanent A. Re- cording B. K. Beebe Encampment No 246. meets in I OOF hall the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of each Visiting members ways J. M. Chief Patria A. Apr 00 R. Bernice Lodge No 343 meets at the I O O r second and fourth Wednesday eves each Visiting members are oor invited to meet with Mrs John T Mrs. Linie Bee Beo Jan CATHOLIC C. K. Of A. Ball over J. H. drag Mali meeting second and fourth Tuesday evening of each Social and Friday evenings of each also Sunday 4 to 6. are invited to H J Bergfeld Pree W A Jan 99 K. O. T M. W. Viking Tent No. 163. E O. T. M. re- view every in Q. A. R. at 8 o'clock Sir Knights always H. D. Sir Knight Com. George H. Sir Knight R. K. ROYAL No. 200, meets first and third Tuesday evenings of each in Odd lows at 8 Transient members are invited to meet with O. D. Re- A. C. DR. H. M. Graduate of University of Michigan Over Commercial Office to 12 and 1 to 5. R. O. Successor to Dr. H. Williamson Office corner Second and Jefferson Sts Phone 41. L. J. D. Physician and Calls promptly responded to day or over Walsh's Jewelry Special attention given to Nose and add Fitting of JOHN B. Office rear room Post Office building May be Pound at Office Day or Phone 49. Veterinary DR. W. C. Proprietor Treats all Diseases of Domestic All animals for examination to be brought to the Day and night calls promptly at- tended to located on West Second Alley entrance just west of Sheeter opera Residence on south Canal 14 School of Dress Cutting And Tailor Hade Salts a Cutting and fitting done on short Coats and Jackets altered and Room 6, FISHES A The suit I make to ord erfor and up and pants for and up Will fit as well and wear as well as those the high price tailors will make for Suits pressed and 50 cents pants pressed and 20 cents HARRY to F. STRAW HATS Y In i Saw ow do not by any means show our entire But 'twas all the would Our straw hdl counter is piled high the main's nobbiest The Mexican and Beer shapes for child Tip nobby Jumbo and soft split braids men and boys at from that drop by gradual steps to as lowae 4............................xc A A W SPOT CASH DEPARTMENT N Especially to the ladies Please do your trading much as sible in the morning and then avoid the heat of and the afternoon Our entire sales force is dis- charged daily at p. m. standard Mondays and Don't ask your sister clerks to wait on 7cu after year by making your during the of the store that ways closes at supper Our ex- press office is open from 7 to p. m. canal side door open to ex- press office de- THIS WEEK kEST 1NDOW Is showing Mote exceptionally good things in Men's As you're please notice the Men's Fancy and plain balbriggan underwear in all shirts up to size 46 drawers as large as 40, grand Men's fancy trimmed and plain fine French balbriggan all drawers with double crotch and the best we've ever Splendid made blue and black Union made and black and fancy tion wonted pants at Two other real good ones are here shown and 48c and Store on the 2nd floor is a very busy place and no you should see those extra heavy ingrain carpets of which a good assortment Just which we are ing at this low We've also a line that's cheaper and many tnat are The lot ol double dyed in the wool all woolat ingrain we are offering cut without waste is a surprise to most Then there are those nr lovely tapestry portiers W H flm And an endless variety of lace curtains starting at FAST AND CLEAN Was the Great Bout For World's A O WUKN A fad the Battle Well IB Hand Stopped by a Hard Jolt ENDURANCE Former Champion Had a World of Skill and but Lacked the Necessary to Overcome His at times broadened into Cor- bett was outboxing his man and out- j pointing him with his lefts to the I They were both fighting for while Corbett bad the speed and the erness he found Jeffries hard to get Jeffries fought in his crouching t which proved so hard to solve to Jeffries quickly began to use his and in the clinches threw a little of his strength onto his Corbett showed surprising ability against and it was long before the strength of the champion began to When Corbett had saved the 10- round there was a strong change in the sentiment toward and the who had their money on Jeffries to win began to be somewhat Jeffries was grim and lute and kept at his man He knew at that stage of the game he had been and that his only chance was to rush in and mix it. When REVIEWED THE Chamberlain's Since the First Speech NOT ALONE RESPONSIBLE FOR IT. Formidable Adversary Review of s f Twenty-three of the Corbett kept his wit and strength and in a country which owed President Kruger's Advisers Are to and the Death Knell of the Boer Re- of the British Ad- of Mafeking at May Chamberlain presided at a meeting of the Liberal Unionists of It was his first appearance since the outbreak of the Discussing lic affairs he is an insult to my colleagues to say that I am re- sponsible for the Transvaal war or say it is a war for We found that in the our tiest Seen For Many a Coney N. May In the prettiest and closest weight ring battle ever fought in New James J. Jeffries has reaffirmed right to the In the arena of the Seaside Sporting club he decisively defeated Jim once avoided To the man who loves strength and the play of the giant lete it made a splendid was youth and with a fair measure of pitted against the master of the sport The pace was one that would have told against any man not perfectly By the maddened by champion of the world after the danger of marring 22 rounds of scientific It was began a series of desperate in a clean knockout that came so quickly which he mixed it fiercely with Cor- that it thousands of bett He seemed angered by the intent spectators and left them Mug at Ids face and wanted to end it in doubt as to just how the all with a swing from left or right blow was begun to show the that it was a left-hand jolt to the i but while his punches lacked he but Jeffries himself and Referee speedy on his feet He con- ley who stood at his say tented himself with avoiding its independence to our a country under the suzerainty of the Here set up as the tion of the British which forms a majority of its to the tion of an I would be ashamed to take the whole ity for the but if there were any special it rests with those who misled Mr. Kruger and who encouraged him to resist demands whose moderation had been If England has she has erred In being too Mr. berlain added that determined that the republics shall be Incorporated under the British BY A MOB A Lynched For an at W. May the negro who attempted to assault Mrs. Hi H. telegraph ator ai nine miles west of taken from the jail and by a mob of 100 masked His body was afterwards riddled with bullets The work was done very Lynching Rid May ii Henry a negro named i Houston attempted criminal assaul upon a young white Thurs ay he was arrested and lodged in jail at Governor lor has just received a call from the sheriff of the who said a ing was Troops were ordered out to guard the Up In the May 12. J. S. and probably fatally ed DR J. O. Samuel a received a wound in the leg from Bates fired six three of them taking effect in Cook's The shooting Is the result of a quarrel of long Estes is a brother of Z. N. a prominent Memphis He was arrested and refused FIRED INTO A CROWD That Was Stoning a Running Car at St. POLICEMEN USB THEIR it was a right hand There is It became simply a question of credit for the victor and credit for the how long that sort of desperate game vanquished in this cleverest of ring could be kept must be awarded the laurels of yet his opponent is At the twentieth round it looked as if Corbett would stay the and entitled to all honor for his most popular judgment awarded him fight Corbett emerged from a year's re- from the ring rejuvenated and He was fast and clever as jack in the days when people marveled J AMES J. at his His footwork was and his defense perfect He outboxed his man at both long and short and if he had the strength necessary would have gained an early A hundred times he ducked under left swings that would have ended him just as did the punch that knocked him out At times he made the massive Jeffries look like a ner in the art of offense and defense with the His strategy was to jab and get and when Jeffries stood over his quivering form his face showed the marks of the punishment that he had Corbett went down to defeat that was regretted by a vast majority of the men who filled the The money was against but he had a wealth of Jeffries won with his both that strength that lies in the power of massive muscles and that strength which is the essence of In the preliminary Corbett showed a wonderful He on his feet and darted in and out with confusing He whipped his left into and was either inside or away from the Jeffries kept going but he seemed The pace made by the champion was fast and there was a yell of satisfaction from the admiring spectators when the gong ended the Corbett's Jeffries kept on making the pace when they were at it but Cor- bett slipped away from Jeffries would try his left in a but Cor- bett was almost invariably away from it It made a superb aca then were murmurs of approval He had up to that time avoided any serious punishment His face was and the scratches on his shoulders and arms were more the re- sult of clinches than His de- fense was still perfect and he was smiling and confident He either stepped from terrible rushes or ducked Into Jeffries was hammering and was strong and The end came with the suddenness of a The men had had two fierce followed each time by long-range and were in together They were both fighting fast and Suddenly there was a report of a sharp blow and Corbett It needed no count to tell that Corbett's efforts for the championship again were The excited spectators sprang to their feet and for a moment there were roars and The sion was but and in a silence that was most remarkable the fallen fighter was carried to his face shows the effects of Corbett's During the last 10 rounds his nose bled Charley White refereed the Corbett weighed 182 pounds and Jeffries 210. Corbett Coney N. May is the use of talking said Cor- when seen in his dressing room after the lost and although 1 don't know how it I guess It was all right I fought my best and felt good until the punch came that ended my aspirations for the time but I think that I proved myself not altogether a dead If my friends were satisfied with my showing I have no kick to but would like to have another chance if Mr. Jeffries I will accord me the which I think nearly every one who saw the fight will say is due me. I am still in the game and will stick there until I reach the pinnacle of my ambition or am whipped New May of the fight Jeffries gave me the best fight of my and was really a I thought I should have whipped and I think that I would have had my left arm not given out early in the The re- sult I at no time felt doubtful for I knew I would eventually land the blow that I had been looking for all' except that the PUSH Mafeking Relief Column In a Bloody With the May British has arrived at 100 miles from It reached there although by the is pushing swiftly Fifty miles south of at is General Hunter's main moving slowly and con- tending with considerable The pick of bis mounted men are the who are going without wheeled trans- port and at a rate that may possibly bring relief to Mafeking on Monday or Tuesday next A telegram from dated in their passage along the border toward king were engaged by Commandant near the with great Hundreds of British troopers met a watery grave while attempting to cross the A second advance was made upon Taungs Sunday ing by British troops and six Communication with Taungs was cut Sunday Taungs is now occupied by Lord Roberts continues his march toward 20 miles and by this time he must know whether the Boers intend to fight Mr. Churchill says there were only Boers who opposed the Brit- ish at Zand Another estimate is that with six made a rear guard while many other with retired out firing a shot According to a Pretoria telegram General Buller is moving from in the direction of and the British vanguard engaged a Boer patrol of Italians on Twelve Italians are reported as ing 50 The dispatch also says that British reconnoitering parties have invaded the Transvaal near streams and that the scouts on both sides meet frequently with ing President Steyn and a council of the leaders of several thousand Free ers in the and Ficksburg district determined to submit to the men the question of continuing the war or not at a great open air The fighting men decided to fight who appears to be in active began to advance toward the British and came into on with Campbell's brigade and Brabant's horse 20 miles northeast of Thaba A smart ensued with no positive success on either Boer advance was Mew Product From Terre May 12. The Hudnot Milling company have ered a new product derived from i While experimenting with corn oil the i chemist accidentally found a method ot distilling and clarifying the I and it is to be on the market for cooking tive tests of the new liquid have been and it is said to be highly uL Cape May the closing of the volksraad President Kruger cried of the Shall this be the final It shall God will be merciful and strengthen the Ours is the The president added that he had documentary proofs of a conspiracy to annihilate the Boer Prisoner St May Tuesday night one of the guards shot at a Boer prisoner as he was ing to escape over the boundary The sentry challenged twice but re- no and then The matter is being investigated by a Second May 12. Republicans of the Second Congressional district re- nominated William Lorimer for con- State Attorney Charles S. De- neen and Congressman Lorimer were chosen delegates to the national con- Ashantis Gold May reports are current that the Ashantis are determined to throw off the British that they have secured the operation of eight other and that they are now able to raise Ropes May 12. By the breaking of the ropes supporting a swinging Morton Easley was killed and Charles Powell and J. L. Hankins were probably fatally hurt All are well known young men of this Renewed Rioting Reported In Con- the Street Railway Strike In the Hound City Can Held Up by Phase of the St May noting occurred in various parts of the city in connection with the street railway In one instance the police fired into a crowd and in others used their clubs on those who attempted to interfere with the ning of While rumors of ties were rampant during the none of a serious nature been The Suburban system ran all its cars under an escort of So close was watch maintained by the police that no disturbances occurred on its The Transit company started cars on a number of Its notwithstanding the police protection trouble cropped out in ous A number of men attempted to board one of the cars at Compton Heights division as it rounded the The policemen who were on the car used their clubs on the heads of the first of the crowd who reached the and the rest of the crowd The affair occasioned considerable com- and a dozen mounted policemen were promptly sent to from other parts of the Two cars were taken out of tion at Geyer and Jefferson avenues and started tor Three dred employes of the road and their friends were around the at the and when the cars came out a rush was made for them in an attempt to pull motormen off the The crowd was forced back by the police and the ears proceeded on their way without further As a Park avenue car was going into town a crowd of at that corner to stone it The policemen on the platform fired several shots over the heads of the crowd without stopping the trouble and then fired directly into the So far as known no one was hit An attempt was made to cut A number of arrests were The Suburban lines were liberally but the public could not pluck up courage to take advantage of the offered by the Transit and as a consequence very few fares were rung Volume of Busin New York May G. Dun ft weekly review of trade With wholesome the country is recovering of unnaturally high The proportion of works and of hands still employed is yet quite email and the volume of business though less than last year in New land and in middle state Is larger than ever before at 54 out of 62 clearing houses in the entire region west of Pennsylvania and south of the BOILING and Corbett was really a revelation to me and I did not for such a battle from Jim made a game and I have no wish to detract in the least from his credit but I am still the and will go along the line until I trim them Young May 12. fought six rounds to a draw with Jack Proclaimed Martial May law has been proclaimed in the province of Barcelona and At where the shops are still the excitement There has been further resistance to the at ing the solicitations of the tion there was a complete ab- of the tabor element in UM at Happenings at Home and Abroad I Served In Terse A light snowfall is reported in ern part of New York I Lee 14, was killed at a way crossing at O. at are on strike for an increase of j Senator Clark denies a report taat he intends resigning his seat Mre at 0. destroyed 12 causing John T. Keating of Chicago is the new president of the Ancient Order of Chief Clerk Webster of the National Military home at is held on a charge of embezzlement At Banker H. H. Norie was found Suicide be- cause of ill health is Colonel Bryan will attend the ing of the Ohio Democratic clubs to be at July 25 and 26. Admiral and Mrs. Dewey visited the home of the late dent Andrew near The Virginia and on His May W. P. author of the Nicaragua canal is spending some time at his home in this He attended the state convention at Des and received a great ovation for his victory in the He says the is tain to pass the senate and will meet the approval of President Powder Terre May terrific explosion at the Fontanet Powder com- plant shook the country for eral miles The mills are ated near Fontanet and the while it was very severe and did much was not accompanied by any the mill being unoccupied at the Ship May 12. The Norwegian ship Captain from Rio Janeiro Feb. 1? for was abandoned dismasted on April 27, in Her crew was rescued by the British bark and transferred by her to the tug which has landed them at Not a South May B. F. will not candidate for governor this He has positively declined to allow the use of his name before the Democratic state Said am deeply but 1 can not afford the tine and ex- to a proW ing Beers Can be Considered a Home Grown Pure Crystal Rock Brewed by one who understands the No in Delphos Order If yon want Bottled Beer for family call 91. We deliver to amy part of the on p. seems to be no giving out of the timber supply in this and local factories continue working full In up the logs of an old barn at and splitting them up for stove in old The dates tf the coins 182ft 1845. They were In a put in an augur bole South of Opera House on West JOHN n. August it a surprising says Prof. in my in all parts of the the last ten I people having need Green's August Flower than any other for deranged liver and and for I find for tourists and or for persons office where headaches and general bad ings from irregular habits that Green's August Flower ia a grand It doea not injure the bjr and ia excellent for stomachs bottles free at Bros. Sold by in all civilized METHODISTS Action on Mutters Pertaining to the Bishopric May entire board of bishops of the Methodist church was declared effective by the committee episcopacy and a recommendation to the general conference was adopted favoring their retention and the tion of four additional two of whom are for the missionary Chairman Buckley will present this report to the conference and will ask that the election be postponed from Monday to to enable the com- to take action on other matters pertaining to the bishopric Peace May at one time a member of the so-called Filipino republican cabinet and who was recently liberated by General announces that he hae become to American sovereignty and that he will devote his influence to bring about He has sent a proposed peace platform for the Insurgent ers in Manilla and the insurgent General in the Tito declares that it is impossible for the Filipinos to exist as a nation without the of the United and that they must recognize American sovereignty and strive to at- under a the utmost liberty a May ulist national committee met here and by the election of the ing Senator Marion Butler J. H. W. O. Washburn J. A. The new executive committee is aa General J. 8, Weaver Senator William V. len J. W. Bridenthal Smith B. V. Way T. Tracy Robert UM Major Bowler Dr. 0, T. Taylor Have your linen Oaf Workmanship is Leave Laundry at Tailor Shop on Second or bring to the Delphos Dairy Co. No. 416 North Main St. Bottled Milk at all Cottage Cream Always on Skimmed and Sour We treat our Milk by the latest process of immediately bottled and free from Bottled in Pints and Quarts and delivered to any part of Try oor STANLEY M. JOE. 2d Opposite City Headquarters for Pressing and Repairing of Gent's NO SHRINKING OR 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 Tour patronage is J. N. 0. Canal between 2d and 3d. In the Spring Gentle Now is the time to get your light Clothing cleaned and ready for spring and the Troy Steam Laundry and Dye Works is the place to get it There is Only One Dye Works in Delphos and That is the J. J.