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Hamilton Daily Republican (Newspaper) - January 11, 1895, Hamilton, Ohio THE WHOLE NO 768 lican CAUCUS the legislature nominated Wm to succeed himself SITUATION ALARMING JEALOUS PRIESTS a Duel to the Death With Knives in Old Mexico ONE OF THEN DIES In Bin Prison Cell as Result of n Stand on Matter at Keller Far Mew Street Car Strike at Fort Wayne a Mews by Wire TO THE Mexico Jan and Father Flons two jealous Catholic priests fought a duel to the death with knives IThe former died in his prison cell the result of his wounds Weft Virginia Floods Render Families At Ohio's Itise SPECIAL BY TO TUB PAKKERSIIURG West Va The flood situation is alarming The Ohio river is now yj feet and All suburbs and the lower part of the are under water Families are driven out by dreds Timber loss No Tariff increase SPECIAL BV fMK WASHINGTON January Ways and Means Committee this morning de- to report uo for an increase o A NEW mitt frM and HAMILTON OHIO FRIDAY EVENING JANUARY n 1895 Mm CONFLAGRATION There is to Be No Abandonment of the Effort To Secure Currency Legislation at This Session of Congress the tariff and assured tke committee that revenues from woal sugar and income tax would be sufficient for all needs of the government from now on KAI PING A Chinese Captured Ity ter Fighting BT TO THE Jan official dispatch received today states that the Japanese ai my command an attack on Kai Ping at morning Fighting con- four hours at the eud of which the was ia the hands of the Japanese The Chinese fled and the Japanese pursued A large were killed on each side Total loss unknown French Bombardment SPECIAL BY TELEGRAPH TO THE Jan French have bombarded successfully Court Removed SPECIAL BV TO THE j his removed here from Potsdam In the Warren county courts Charles F filed a suit set aside the e of he C to j n Contribution At police a bundle A New Measure Will Ite Framed That Will to Some Follow the Old With De- bate to Ite Jan the reverses suffered by the Carlisle currency in the house of representatives Wednesday there is to be no abandonment of the effort to EC- cure currency legislation It is stated by a gentleman conversant with the facts that a new measure ex- approval will be introduced in the house in about two weeks This of time will be allowed to elapse in order that the confusion and excitement the struggle over the first may be and a new start made under more favorable conditions It is probable that Mr Springer will not direct the course of the new ure as the desire will be to it new lines and with new leaders with a view to separating it as far as possible from any loss of position at- taching to the old measure This eral plan not the expression of a hope or possibility on the part of guine advocates of currency tion but is the result of a careful vey of the situation by those in a position to inaugurate policies It will be a surprise however to most of the democratic members of the house in- ALL HOPE GONE First BY TELEGRAPH TO THE January a grand diplo- matic dinner given Thursday night by President Perier there were quests present Lady wife of the British ambassador sat at the presiden t's right and Mrs Eustis wife of the ambassador sat at his left etc was received from Saw el of the committee on the Walling at tor Death TON Jan ters from Asheville that Dr the physician in charge of the case of Vice President Stevenson's da lighter Miss Mary fears that the end will come within a week The fortitude displayed by Mrs enson and her daughters their hour of trial is almost heroic Mrs Stevenson has not made her for nearly a month outside of the sick room while the faces of her two daughters show the care and iety to which they have been subjected Gen Stevenson is aware that there is no hope and is the final stroke with pathetic calmness A VEGETABLE WASHINGTON Jan spread of the much discussed Russian thistle in this country and the means of tion are discussed in a bulletin which has been issued by the agricultural department It was prepared bv Botanist L IL who says that the thistle's already wide distribution east of the Rockies makes its continued in that region inevitable but it may yet be excluded from the Pacific states If wherever found it should be killed before it duces seed three successive rears the pest would in all probability completely exterminated Toronto the Scene of a Million and a Half Dollar Fire The Most Disastrous From a cial View Ever in the City The tnr roar De stroking Ten Wholesale Two Women Jump From Upper Story Are Killed Ont Jan was risked by another Thursday night It started in the Weekly building within fifty feet of the old Globe office where Sunday morning's fire started and burned furiously for four hours and in that time destroyed ten great wholesale houses and caused SNOW STORMS Fall I'm four Jan of the most destructive storms of sleet and rain rayed in this section Wednesday night and Thursday The Fall and Philadelphia Erie tracks west of here are blocked by im- mense and loose rock ried down the mountain sides by un force of enormous banks of snow and ice For a distance of fifteen miles be- yond Blackwell the Fall road is buried under a succession of slides from six to twenty feet in depth Train No il a A CONSPIRACY Alleged Between Defaulter lor His Bondsmen I The Real Defalcation About dred Dollars coal train ran into a snowslide about two miles south of Slate liun A minutes later a train was brought to a standstill and seventeen of the cars were completely buried in an lanche of snow No a fast freight The Scheme WM to Take Latter to Be the State Forced to tbe i for of a loss of anywhere from a few hours later was Huston of Wayne township for the poor of Kansas and Nebraska CONDENSED NEWS Front the Ivy was Point for his wife all signs shall fuil IL v ill governor of California noon on Intl bottle are to bo at once doubled in loO in force A owned by A II of Marion with i had to shot c a Part of the in Mich ruies as the is that the reverse of Wednesday closes all of currency legislation and all efforts in that direction ends The lines on which t will be framed e new measure not definitely was opened for settlement V and wife live at SP CIAT iiy TO THE LONDON January Chronicle this expresses deep sympathy the fishermen but adds that it is folly to expect relief until avenue were found in their homr A revolver was murder cide by the she submits her accounts to a full and im- BT TO TUB YORK Jan thousand five hundred and sixty-one cabins and one hundred thousand one hundred and sixty-four steerage passengers landed at Ellis Island iu Tito Strike a BT TO lud January cial strike of street car was labt evening to take this was a failure Only four went out and as usual in of It IIY ro Jan nf the that its to the of a cuse was s of To List vear has the of a while in transit from salt Lake City to Omaha E- of Detroit Mich con- fessed to crico when arraigned before Justice i continued uids Neil of Y who was short iii His accounts when removed last March was sentenced to two years in the county of for- warded to an- report The of is total To some extent it v ill follow niu old with such changes as the at experience of the recent debate showed to be desirable It is pointed l out that the vote of to 129 is adverse majority of only five so that a change of three would show a majority porting the ruder circum- stances Jl is felt that concessions can be made the of a number nf members opposition has been on objections It said however that there will be concession in the of a render to the silver element if they demands to the of re- silver a ratio of 10 to 1 It is said that tiie conciliation of radical element not deemed sary although will be dc sire accent the assistance of those silver men who will aid in the emergency even the result is not a full realization of their ries While this plan well de- fined it not yet been ed to house leaders and is not therefore a subject of comment Other subjects have been taken up and there is apparent unanimity in A to i death Klve oi an burned to pc from opinion tnat the closed question is ABUNDANT VENISON That Could He ihly followed in This Ian S Consul 1> Kay ai Herlin has come forward in a report the state ment with a nuvel proposition that should command immediate attention on the part of social economists well as of I Ic the abundance ami of can not fail to wiio live in It is a common dish all the cable I not meet with In from a Mi- and price su moderate j man other class fail it taste I injuries it now ami Tiie reason for this Killed ni TUB January Adams an this oa avenue and lij a collision between a cable car and 111 The ma was jaa sent to the this more Jaws j proprietor i Hay act in of 1 li C January he wall not get the compromise mcaswtc thin week in n JIT TO TUB jaa meat in a sla Kow were TO The 033 I as ihtir choice for Win f T C N I m- in York Myer alias r o iii t n will and Myer lie v -o on or allow a a Jan 33 has ihc of 331 Kint of n A of which deer d from I of as food ho of it practical deer vasy of profit tin of the r has bo o mort or nid vour Cr thv u- Tnc uni t vul fjr In IN A FRENCH PRISON Indiana But Romantic to a Foreigner Ind Jan deke formerly Miss Georgia Cleis of Ind whose gift of made icr widely known is suffering tbe of a French where she incarcerated with her husband anc her child Miss went from Goshen New York to study and chanced to meet Capt Goedcke of the German army whose home is Leipsic He wooed and won and the couple soon afterwards sailed for France at Bernal 100 miles from the French capital where Capt Goedcke established a papier plant The did not prosper and during the absence of Goedcke and his wife a pleasure trip the plant was The insurance authorities made an investigation acd au employe of the factory was arrested made a con- in which he declared that employed him to set fire to the factory and his wife were arrested the authorities Mrs Goedeke in the plot Mra dekc has since remained in prison and is now reported as of a broken heart An effort will be made to secure the aid of in The fire was the most from a commercial view that ever visited the city Mrs Elizabeth Caven and another woman jumped from the top story of one of the buildings both be- ing killed Several firemen were hurt but it is believed their injuries are not mortal The want of proper fire aratus was again felt and had it not been for the sleet and rain that fell the efforts of the firemen would not have prevented a much greater loss The insurance companies will suffer sent to pull Xo Cl out of the bank and it also became snowbound No 27 a local freight was next to be sent to relieve No 85 and while ing- to rescue the other train was also in the snow Wreck crews from this and other towns along the line are at the scene and the work of tracks will be pushed day and night As a result all trains are at a standstill S D Jan developments indicate that there WM a large-sized conspiracy in the flight of State Treasurer Taylor and the loss to the state Facts hare come into the possession of the state which make it reasonably certain that Taylor and certain confederates de- went to work after it be- come evident that he could not square his accounts to hold the state up and compel a compromise by which he should be saved from punishment and his bondsmen protected from loss The state was in a hard place If not a cent had been lost there would have been a deficit on the first day of next July of fully Philadelphia and Erie The by the last of the congress with a French authorities to release the un- fortunate girl COST OF THE STRIKE of Adjutant of 111 Jan sheets of the biennial report for and 1391 of Adjutant General Orendorf commanding the Illinois state have just been received It deals extensively with the strikes and industrial outbreaks of the last year which required the presence of the troops and gives a brief review of the situation at the different points where the trouble occurred with the work accomplished there by the state Wants Jacob Keis Death investigated O Jan R A Eraman of this has been called upon by the mayor of Lornin to order the body of Jacob Reis exhumed and a examination made to ascertain the nature of the poison which he took to end his Mrs Reis seemed rejoiced that her husband was dead and she and a companion alone followed the body to the grave The suspicions against her are ing The coroner bus not signified his intentions The Governor Acts O Jan receipt of the telegram night from llolman of the Hocking ley Trades assembly asking immediate aid Gov ordered a car load of provisions which sent to sonville at a m Thursday in of Howe and Canal The governor will await the return of these officials before taking any action Ind Jan Darrow a well-known inventor became suddenly insane tracks between and Whelham are snow bound a distance of several miles The blockade is expected to be raised by morning TOO MUCH COTTON of the Cotton vention at Crops Con- Urge Smaller troops The total cost of the strike to the state was of which bad paid from appropriations leaving still The extra service so deteriorated equipment of the roops that an appropriation of needed to restore the department to footing fit for active night and created the wildest ment about town in bis shirt sleeves and bare feet of at the top of Ins voice He de- clared the amount absolutely necessary o secure an important patent and save aim from ruin He was arrested shuts off Ind Ian city council at a recent session passed an ordinance imposing a license of per day on all peddlers operating in the city and it has had the unexpected fect of stopping every milk and bread wagon in the city all kinds of fruit and meat hawkers The ity of the ordinance will be tested as dealers are getting worked up over the matter Jan The ing is the of the resolutions ed in the cotton growers convention Thursday morning The gravity of the conditions con- fronting the cotton growers is To what extent this may be traced to financial legislation is useless to discuss Tiie overproduction of ton is recognized a one of the chief evils This must be corrected or uni- versal bankruptcy will follow Self- interest impel the legislature and to the slow payment of taxes on account of the short crop of the year The limit of taxation has been reached and the limit of in- has been passed for time How to extricate the commonwealth has been the sub- ject commanding the most est thought of the state officers for several months past The permanent appropriations are so high that the no matter what economy may animate it could hardly bring the ex- within the revenue There were due on the 5th of January 000 worth of funding warrants held by eastern parties There was also dne a considerable sum on the coupon bonds while the sinking fund was to take up annual interest to the amount of The legislature was to a and immediate calls would change I on the treasury for at least Every farmer is appealed to not to plant so much cotton A decrease of the treasurer knew all this bv the authorities on not less than 2 per cent oats etc and raising plenty of meat V friends and The tide of immigration turned this alld that the best thing to do was to seize all the ion turned this way will change methods Farmers t A are to form county treasury and put it in a over the south to carry out where conld be these resolutions Cold storage houses are cu wherever practicable ten at when desired Then when the default was discovered the state would be found bankrupt It could not pay T 1 The committee promised better times obligations and exceeded and higher prices for cotton if its are observed Ml of debt could not borrow to sue on the bonds of the pers in the south are requested to keep two Jears more would elapse the committee's report I re any could be recovered and during that time the credit of South Dakota would sink verv low ADDRESS The Papal BY SATOLLI Speaks on the Subject or at noon Ho is Jan was read in ruth houses reviews state finances lie r jjs have and be thai Slae Corca some with MARKETS JA Ily a rn v in 03 hi 13 s proposition for more than and -a revenue s IV i j to iSc jo t T Chaffer of thv should bc rom the in 3 en to the goes into to Ihr of state a 1 more thorough Taylor From U Jan urer Thursday received from New York a letter written bv the state treasurer Taylor dated January G inclosing of de- state banks to the There was no cx- posit in different amount of planation f YOKK Jan Satolli de- livered an address at the tute Jersey City Thursday evening The address defined true education as true freedom and the strongest ment against atheism and agnosticism on the one hand and on the other against that system which would at- tempt the education of youth religion and if the Catholic schools of this country differ from the public schools simply in that besides wha taught in tiie latter The parties to the plan concluded that rather than let this come to the state officers would do almost pass thing within reason Then the plan was to come forward through an agent and propose to pay back to the state the which the treasurer had carried off on condition that the men should be released and that lor be relieved from further a common felon and War O II the a arbitration I feet a a lias been Lake K-- I 3 n for uary denounced the of state that in control there pecuniary the of fur use by tii the youth a sound moral training and in- struct them in the Catholic religion who will dare to complain of that or call it a Surely the state desires that its youth should not only be instructed in that which it to but should also be in that which it or or the years and his bondsmen would have been bankrupt since a suit under the at this time would have driven several if not all of them to tiie wall Under the plan adopted Taylor and his bondsmen would perform and the slate is T of all ia doing ail it can to t about a y 0310 t the inch T 1 The t here cji Many of JiK h- arc many t Jan Kiv Thursday of city arc in Somc hi a Si Jan on iani at oii -13 j dar was a of ana in general mankind greater higher which can not no without a and religious tion such can be without be the only loser Wednesday eight ten men left on the midnight train for various parts of the property or any of his bondsmen has been Deputy day received a letter from Tavlor v v i th care especially religi training To soon An Ka certified deposit i on various banks h Ian railroad is about to as a 013 of its checks for The auditor s made an emergency cail on all the county treasurers for ail the funds ia their hands due tiie state passed both J one calling or an investigation into the of the and the other is a In tani is a reward for the of W VV iate urer on an and one f a train of the County Elevated in into the street a distance of feet from the Mrs Mr 1.431 A Central at si reels jy j JJc -.7 of Mil j I 1 -X 3 ill C n and risi hour n a il 1 1 are t J Jan 11 jg in Jt rained on All n A fighting n sect irom the j fa cd ai s o'clock Thursday morning The accident occurred at c the corner of and Liberty in fuel when at a of it or in of The of is The fireman Frank wr uot the as crushed and mangled that afternoon and Fish Jhc sustained injuries The of the railroad ihc accident v lage is jjj W Dr Price's Cream ftir Trust To A rising -3 in s Mo Jan A of in is the past f plotted lo rc Frajik George g an officer In the nis The i the led Jan pic think of tea as an 3 neither Mrs Charles when she gave il to her baby to driak Yet the fluid so acted on the infant's as to tetanus and for two dars it has hSt by ami i jailer and plot r ny a Juan oji a a 1 Lie a on jjjs can administer neither food nor drink and say tW Jan terrific over the town of Catenza in tto province of a of houses and killing Triple 1 ram wav rn that Un 11 T if thrifty farmer su burg shof killed his wife trains are ia for the triple i 1 jwr OB of t S 5 t- i j I t
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