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Derrick (Newspaper) - January 7, 1899, Oil City, Pennsylvania ASSOCIATED PRESS THE OIL CITY DERRICK TUB WEATHER Snow colder ESTABLISHED IN 1371 NO 8450 SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 7 1899 PRICE THREE CENTS WOULD HAVE NO SECRETS DEFENDED THE BEEF Will BE UNITED STEADY NOTED DISCUSSIONS IN CABINET TRIP TO MR OF Colonel Found no Chemical 1 In That at 1 Camp Thomas ATTEMPTS TO BOLSTER UP AT ILOILO business anJ Reports Excellent for the Beginning I of a New Year WOODS ARRIVAL AT WASHINGTON WILL BE That all Information for Should b Given to That Body His Reso lution Agreed 16 Mr Caff try Speaks on the Resolution liner Legislators l York Jan iR CS Dun Cos ol suy to yoir thy hy Mr cu kh had 01 j lu Kko I 1111 biai ii ihr Utility uf bif u vL n in tin A nay iur K Inis t ilr Arc Cited by at the as an Evidence of their Intention to 10 American Occupation Now thr Hiu Capital City From Whence ail Orders j In suul Mr about 1 itr eem iii ia pi Tii 1 Will Have Charge oi the Numeral at Awaited Before Any Further Action fa Jur Taken In the Matter of Transferring will he furnished eMith Government Monies Collected at Cuban Ports to Repre Recognition SHU A DEEP AO CLUB TO SENDER OF THK KILLED Irs Adams in New York Though it Is Believed Were bv Same Jui to thr Si strong with an if iii the thousand cars art IV1 at the by orders at j Innu d Sf haul n that the resolution uf ill tli to thut MR HOARS Mr to u nf It 10 ta r by if in v Thimas and iin tr iho lef not 10 my or Wf In Maul hart uiv of vf Kt Arroyo irul vits li t the poli in ad of my they fought only fur the it for works at j in d ion raUs ty j from i and other and JiaR been nt iho of the than i Major Genital U Snov Jan Its j n wtl f Mday jr ttm ut affairs in Cuba j 01 in of tile Troops win own of the Kovernrticni with j enoe No for in istr to colj pay vill te ii s out believed that j to be who is In at by tht s of Uie upon MiKir I ho by M tiur Otis the Ini lwW Is savs woolen has it similar hits boi ave it W Mii ASKS Un but in aisy 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