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   Delphos Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 29, 1902, Delphos, Ohio                                rhe Weather Tuesday fair and cooler DBVOTHD TO THE MA IX HERALD DELIVERED ATYOURj SUPPER J AND THE PBOPLH LIVING tf SO Weary and worn out all the Back weak and lame and The Kid neys are sick Doans Pills OF President Mitchell Challenges President INDITES A LETTER TO THE cure every symptom of from common backache to complicated urinary J of 293 West whose husband owns and oper ates the grain says We think we never had a remedy lu our house like Doans Kidney My husband used ana they were the only remedy which ever positively relieved him It six months since we procured them at 3 ttriggs drug and since taking them 1 nave been quite free from the pain la my the distressing headaches and my kidneys caused me no embafr rassment We can heartily rec ommend Doans Kidney Pills to For sale by all druggists 50 cents pet FosterMllburn Denies Among Other Things That the Anthracite Tollers Curtailed Pro duction Jjast and Holds the Coal and Iron Police Responsible For the Recent statement challenging President Baers recent utterances regarding the anthracite dispute has been issued to the pub lic by President synopsis of which follows Baer states that wages paid In the anthracite coal regions compared with the wages paid in like fair and By like employment Baer must refer to bituminous coal I am willing and prepared to demonstrate that wages in the bituminous coal fields are from 20 to 40 per cent higher than those similar classes of work In the anthracite The bitumi nous miner works a maximum ofelghV hpurs per which is two hours less than men in the anthracite field are required to work the an mine workers labor under the further disadvantage of being more liable to be killed or The next misstatement of Baer to which I shall give notice is that Which claims that for some myster ious reason the miners restricted the of the Baer claims this manner the product of has been reduced about and that in the case of It amounted to This is but it Is not is x that instead of a J waa an in from the com total in mines the report of was far in year in the his demands of the eased wages im Baer So arduous have been the tasks of the eoldlers that many of them collapsed on the long marches and had to be carried to the At Grassy Isl and half a mile from the two soldiers from Company A were stationed In a patch of underbrush as part of an outpost to the A volley of stones descend ed all about themfelling one of the soldiers to the The soldiers shot at fleeing and a relief de attracted by the scoured the country for two hours in a fruit Officers In Thomas Duffy and John presidents of the three anthra cite districts of the United Mine arrived at the Windsor ho tel here from the coal The object of their visit to Philadelphia is not but as President Mitchell and National SecretaryTreasurer Wil son left Plttsburg for this the inference is that a conference of the mine leaders will be held Southern For Foul ADMITTED to geverat Murder and Robberies Befwfc killed of a Crap one alias Will was burned tl after most atrocious1 of north murder of 19 applied Clark COHIO In the Big Buckeye Jssuth Statue lifesize the Hungarian Louis Was unveiled In this city in Sence of It lUpedestal and Is about 20 The figure of Kossuth was I of Hungarian An aioii was made a display of Btlon injyhich the Hungarian Was Addresses were the Senator 3man Burton and Governor Addresses were also made in foreign tongues by eminent More Troops Sheridan troop was ordered by The Gov ernor Stone to report to General Go bin for duty in Lackawanna This is In pursuance to the decision arrived at a few days ago to send ad ditionaltroops into the mining ATTACKED THE Despite Its Drastic and Won Out Columbusr Joseph Bradley of Indianapolis died a mil leavinglarge property inter ests Johnson and Marion He left a will giv ing his sonHarry of this city a small competence during life and leaving his family penniless at his his part then to revert to his three sis The will like the will of the Colorado that any legatee bringing suit to set it aside forfeited his rights under the terms if the willwas not but Harry the slighted child and heir of this took chances and brought suit to The case has been the three and the wV E des his fearful Thousands oj persons witnessed the It v place near the negro deji August Mrs Whitfielct as dead in her showed thatthe wtomanhad and her heaci Vas severed from her been used in the bloody Whitfleld and his wife several the most lies in the and kV of the people knew tfo and the surrounding scoured in an but diligent searqb disclose his from Chicago were their efforts were mlttee of 12 citizens continue the seatcji and thesaanfiThave b in their On Monday last It wks learned that Tom a negrolfvtng near had haft trouble with his fetter threatened io disclose j cret of another Jtignded the enough to show thai Clarlf ed and Saturday was brought the committee of 12 in T1 negro finally confessed and also told of other said years ago he excursion told of cked the Health by two other weiA tothe house of a Polish a 13yearold girl to pox he was attack armed with an ax jttle 5f boiling About s surrounded the ambulance Officers were compelled to r revolvers to prevent being A more intelligent Pole ex utters to his countrymen after which the pa Misslsjsli ital Fray In a a member of the Superior fJBngine company and fore machine department of the killed at the factory by a workman In his weapon used was a piece It was thrown at and struck him just behind crushing the skull The is said to be due was not up to the tShoctaiessy omthe Hol j son of and Holiday of was killed by a were from Eljtfia and were so that Cdnductor Marroney n car track n tallway CbachV his hdnie in Dela At GlosingOut Prices you will find it to your porarily a large market and lose mll liQns of dollars rather than pay this increase without ad vancing the miners wages 1 the operators did raise the market price last year from 30 to 50 cents per and at the present Baer and advantage Moennigs to call at opposite Kunderts within the next few I am mak ing extra low prices on everything in my Call at once and let me convince you that we can serve are forcing the B to excess MOENNIGS Administrator OF REAL In pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of Allen I will offer for public on OCTOBER at 1 oclock in the upon the the following described real situate in the county of and State of towit Inlot number two hundred and seventeen 417 in the village of in the county aud state Appraise 1 at Terms of Sale One third cash in and the residue in two equal annual the deferred payments to bear interest and to be secured by mortgage on the promises HENRY Administrator with the will annexed of the es situate in this of John Boeok HORACE Delphos Corrected and Revised per O Red per White per fellow per Mixed per new per to 26o per per per to per per to6o his fellow presidents public to pay from upon a in order to save this same public 10 or 15 In this strike it has been claimed by enemies of the and believed by that men were pre vented from going to work througtf fear of bodily and It was con stantly predicted that tbe moment the military pame the strike would re solvo iseif into a The mil itia lias been in Shenandoah for more than eight and for lack of mine not a pound of coal has been produced in that Many men brought here to take the places of the strikers have joined the ranks of the strikers since the arrival of the and there is not the remotest possibility of the mines be ing successfully operated until an hotf orable and equitable settlement of the strike has been Involved In this fight are princi ples more weighty than any question of dollars and The present miner has had his day he has been oppressed and ground but there Is another generation coming a generation of little prema turely doomed to the whirl of the mill and the noise and blackness of the It is for these little children that we are Petition to the New are being circulated throughout the coun try by the members of the varidlfe or ganizations comprising the American Federation of Catholic ask ing President Roosevelt to use his good offices to end the coal The members of the societies making up the federation number at least half a million The petition does not ask the president to interfere in a political It simply asks him to use his good offices as the first citizen in the land to bring about a settle ment Coal Riots New several pulpits of this city the scarcity of coal was referred to by the Louis Banks at Grace Methodist Episcopal church and other pastors advocated government ownership of the mines and supported the miners side of the Inasmuch as the operators refused to The coal situation was brought up at the meeting of the Central Federated ulnons Samuel delegate from Typographical Union predicted coal riots be side which the recent meat riots on the East Side were and a detachment of The engineers will con struct a pontoon bridge and a cordu roy trail across the swamp which flanks the land side of the Maciu This work will occupy several Rafts will probably be used to attack the fort the lake The actual date of the assault upon the forts is The sultan of Bu tig was made a prisoner by the Amer ican forces and subsequently He furnished the Americans with horses to transport their New York to the Democratic state which meets here on are ar riving here on every But little is known as to the nominees or the For governor there is quite a field to select from Bird Edward Edward Grout of Jacob Cantor of New Frederick Cook of Elliott Danforth of Nich olas Mulled of Allen Parker of David Hill of Al Cornelius Pugsley of West John Stanchfleld of Che John Milburn of Erie and Judge Cullen of British Losing the complaint is rife In British iron and steel markets that although inquiries still come lib erally from the United States for pig iron and steel the resulting business mostly goes to the Large American orders have been placed in Germany and some in France at below those obtaining in Great and it is feared that the whole transatlantic demand will become diverted to foreign Some Welsh works are even buying German iron in preference to the dearer Cumberland b4gtracks in a way of the had cov to deceive th Outcome of a Crap deputy sheriff and three colored men are dead at six miles from as a result of a crap Black Diamond of Mount Hope and Will Washington of both were after a short jumped up and shot killing him Both men had criminal Dep uty Sheriff Watts was mounting his started after Dia who tried to When near Diamond he dismounted and fol lowed him on Watts mor tally wounding while lying on the shot the deputy sheriff as he killing him A crowd of 100 or more had followed When they saw Watts fall they became frenzied and vowed As the crowd neared who was lying on the the murderer cried for The crowd informed him that they proposed to fill him and did ANOTHER Performed on the on President Roosevelts A SUCCESSFUL RESULT Blight Rise In Temperature and an Increase In Liocal Symptoms Prompt ed the Surgeons to Act Patient Stands the Ordeal Very Well and Hopes Soon to Be op eration has been performed on the abscess on the left leg of President In the former operation a simple needle was used to remove the but Sunday the surgeons with a knife made an incision into the small exposing the which was found to be slightly The presidents case was progressing sat but it is believed by the physicians that the second operation will hasten his complete While none of the doctors is willing to be they give the most posi tive assurances that there is not the least cause for and say on the contrary there is every indication of a speedy that the area of bone affected is very slight and will not result in any Impairment of the presidents and that Is no evidence whatever of any matter that would produce blood They confidently expect that the president will be on his feet within a reasonable and with his robust constituion to will soon be himself Simpson Shafer of New who long has been acquainted with the Roosevelt and has at tended the presidents children at various and who alsois a well known bone joined the presidents physicians in their consul It was noticed that there had been a slight rise in the presidents temperature and an increase in local and the conclusion was reached that the patientJs recovery would be hastened by making an in cision of the wound for the relieving the slight tension or swop ing which was and also to drain the The operation was performed between 2 and 3 oclock Sunday An application of cocaine was allay the Thei resident stood the operation subsequently rtyf iflJUi n ft in Results of Games Played American AT Louis 30210120 15 3 Chicago 0 12 3 Sudhoff and Sugden Durham and SECOND Louis 9 G Chicago 12 3 Batteries IMel and Sugden Mertes and Isbell pnd Troops work Ing troops 18 hours a regardless of the awful condition of the Colonel Watrea of the Thirteenth reg iment has succeeded in restoring or der throughout Lackawanna 83 70 76 74 CLUBS Deft GO Gl G2 50 67 75 83 87 National AT Chicago 4 0 3 Louis 3 3 aud Kllug ONeill and SECOND GAME Chicago 0 1 0 2 0 1 11 2 Louis 5 0 and Kllug Wicker and AT Cincinnati 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 11 2 Plttsburg 0 2 and Ieltz Ihlllppl and Woman Choked to Helen Dickson was choked to death and her Helen was as saulted at their home by an unknown supposed to be a bent on criminal The murderer climb ed through a wfndow into the room where her 3yearold son Albert and Miss Robertson were and after closing and bracing a door leading into a room where Miss Robertsons father was strangled Dickson into Insensibility and had clutched Miss Robertson by tbe throat when she frightening the intruder Concessions will be no strike of the employes of the flour Beginning 13 the mills will be operated on an 8hour instead of under the present system of 12hour The mendo not receive the same pay for eight hours as they did for the longer but they have expressed themselves as satisfied with the wages offered by the and the best of feeling prevails on both Orders west bound passenger train on the Wabash railroad collided with an eastbound freight train near The crews of both engines jumped and escaped with minor The combination baggage and smoking car was tele but none of the passengers was A misundersanding of orders caused the TJ merchant the which he leaves two sons afla property Both Blazed Walter Shafleen shot Norman Lutz on the street at Yellow 15 miles north of this Lutz returned the fatally shooting Lutz was not seriously Lutz was a weal thy He charged by Shaf leen with intimacy with Famous Interlocutor Chagrin Al bert who for seven years had been an interlocutor with Hi Henry and other minstrel diefl He was 34 years Shoe Plant which probably started from an caused about damage to the plant of Fechhelmer Conv shoe Earthquake In earthquake shocks were felt In tbe district of department ot THE FR18H STORM Bursts Over the Island of Doing Great frestt Btorm burst over the district of Santa Maria many houses were destroy The stormy weather continues generally throughout It is now believed that 200 persons perished ajt Modica during the In one instance a family of 10 persona was drowned in The village of Sor tlno has been practically destroyed and 43 persons were The water rose in the church to a height of 12 Many children lost their There have been some disgrace ful scenes of pillage from the ruins and from which show the cessity of more troops to keep The total damage as the result of the tornado is expected to amount to over PBIOE THREE CENTS Troy Laundry An item in the HERALD a few daya stating that Kelly wast putting in a plate glass front in his laundry was a little he has put in a equip ped with two and so as to allow which his alass of work so badly In anticipated improvements will aid in making the Troy a plant which will en able a larger volume of He will build an addition in the rear to af ford a larger dry room and a place for his employes to do the New Yorks Latest New An autopsy was performed on the decapitated body of Jamas who was mur dered early Sunday morning in the Empire cafe In Twentyninth The coroners physician who perform ed the autopsy refused to say what It The point of interest In this is whether or not knockout drops had been given Craft before he was at tacked by the If traces of chloral were found in the stomach the police claim this would show a plot to rob the wife or the murdered said that Craft had a considerable sum of money with him when he left his home at Glen Mamie alias and Ida the house keeper at the who were ar rested as being possible witnesses in the were arraigned In They were remanded to thff custody of the Thomas To1 a ie being held on The police say an atte had been made to dispose of Cralfi body by burning it or the Sept cultural paviH with the eieeptloVoTa few The approxl halfa million The fire was a plumber hunting for a the The contact gas with a lighted can Beading A new olub has been organized in called Delphos Single Tax Beading The organization was effected Sunday night and the object is to read up Mayor Toms doctrine and post themselves on general cur rent The club starts out with a membership of 23 members and bids fair to become a high and mighty po litical whose members will preach and practice single tax Meetings will be held once every The officers elected are Vice Grptyj Qreat Qood Dona Ohiaee Nerve Case of General De of Qlevelancl Pierce 08 W Pills were used in my case fft nerve and general The patient lacked nerve The box the Nerve Pills we got at King Drug Store acted as a good all round tonic giving strength and steadiness We like the medicine as a Chases Nerve Pills are sold at 50c a at dealers or Ohasefc Medicine Y See that portrait aud signature of are on i 101 73 G8 60 85 Gl 01 G8 CLUBS Y CO 50 53 40 CO 70 79 83 Defaulting Official body of Ed mund the defaulting ofiiolal of the cashiers department ol the Vienna Laender real estate mort gage has been found in the Danube at near He disappeared from Vienna His embezzlements from the bank imounted to about Grain and Stock Prices For Chicago Cattle Good to prime poor to 25 gtockers and 50 75 50 75 Texas fed 50 western 75 6 Sheep and Good to choice 3 15 fair to choice 85 western 50 na tive 4 7 Mixed 7 70 good to choice 70 rough 85 2 Cleveland Cattle Good to choice dry fed and 35 to 6 00 green hair to 00 000 to 4 50 good to choice 75 common to choice 00 good to choice Sheep and Good to choice wether 70 fair to 40 culls and 75 good to choice year 75 good to choice spring 65 and 85 Cattle 20 75 5 00 tidy 40 75 25 stags and fat 50 fresh 50 Sheep and Prime 00 good 70 J3 25 choice 40 com mon to Prime 75g7 80 7 70 heavy 7 55 light i 40 J6 New York Cattle 50 50 25 Sheep and Lambs 2 75 50 Canadian 87Vi 4 Hogs 2 Cincinnati Wheat 2 2 2 Bulk Meats Bacon 12 00 6 5 Boston Wool Ohio XX and washed aifeaae 300j31c 1120 SOc tlorn 02Vic October re Butter Fancy 5 also was present with the phy Is general of the army and heretofore has been consult ed regarding the Prams Return From the corted by warships and numerous pleasure Captain Sverdrups Arctic expedition on the Pram enter ed Christiania The Fram was saluted by the fort and welcomed by thousands of spectators as she entered the where flags were flying from every Sir Clements Rob ert president of the Royal Geographical society of Great who is now regards Captain Sverdrups expedition as the most Im portant since tbe Franklin King Emperor William and King Victor Emmanuel have tele graphed words of welcome to Captain The Fram returns to Sta after more than four years In the Arctic Resorted to demonstrations against the Hudson Valley Railway company have caused shots to be and there are two men locked up in the county Jail charged with being implicated in the attack on the companys The trouble developed when attempts were made to burn the bridges be tween this place and Ballston Obstacles were also placed on the tracks and the who seemed to number about a sought to ground the trolley wires at an isolated point south of this A force of private detectives was hur ried to the and it was here that revolvers were drawn and shots ex skipped across Joaquin street to east and across Lafayette street to the New Tobacco new amal gamation of British and American bacco which was officially announced has been receiv ed with mixed Unbounded satisfaction is expressed at defeat of the American attempt to oapture the British market and the proof that the socalled trust system can not flourish in a freetrade country like England as it can in a protectionist country like the United but at the same time there is considerable lamentation at the fact that the con sumer will have to pay enhanced Persecutions Must agreement will probably be reached between the heads of high finance in Europe to prevent the issue of any Roumanian loan until the oppressive antiJewish legislation of that country has been Such action would embar rass seriously the Roumanian govern ment in the redemption of a large amount of treasury bonds payable in own petticoats to Als6 full line of corsets for ladies and miss Look at my samples before mak ing fall Misa NAN 226 Jefferson Opposite West Side school 12t Take Oare of the The man or woman whose digestion is perfect and whose stomach performs its every function is never Kod ol cures positively and permanently all stomach indigestion and of writes Kodol cures 1 consider it the best remedy for dyspepsia and stomach King tf A Sad Ineffective liver medicine is a sad 81c Five Men xhas reached here that five whose names can not be were killed near an obscure on the Chesapeake and Ohio The men were blasting and 11 shots were ready to be touched when some one unauthorized yelled Fire Before the five men could escape to safe ground there was a terrific explosion and the unfortunates were hurled high in the air and killed almost Unrequited a well known young man of Vicks shot and seriously wound ed Miss Rosa then turned the weapon upon himself and inflicted what is thought to be a fatal it Is had asked Miss Bo rodofsky to marry It is pre sumed that the yourg lady did not look with favor upon his suit and that this caused tbe Five the eight men injured Saturday evening by the blowing off of a furnace top at the Duquesne plant of the Carnegie blast five are now Three additional men The other three men injured are all in a serious and it is doubtful if they will Pursuing Official telegrams received here say that 300 Bulgarian revolutionists who were surrounded by Turkish troops at Vo in the vilayet of and who succeeded in forcing the cordon after a sanguinaary lost 52 men killed and 112 men The Turks also suffered severe The pursuit of the Bulgarians Streetcar Employes New hundred employes of the New Orleans street railway struck on account of the refusal of the company to grant their demands for higher wages and shorter and as a result not a streetcar was operated in this DeWitts Little Early Risers never They cleanse the system of all poison and putrid matter so gently that one enjoys the pleasant They are a tonic to the King tf Crisp THIS AND Items of Dancing Finley will open his dancing class nexjb Tuesday A num ber of new dances will be introduced including the Chicago Sterling Niagara Pive and a num ber of 3t Lingering Summer colds if neglected may linger for One Minute Cough Cure will break up the acts at Cures coughs all throat and lung Children like tf From Information Every Schools in closed on account of scarcity of Front portion of a 9story building tinder construction at Washington col Only one workman Harry a theatrical stage shot and killed his wife at New Says his wife was un Professor principal of science department at Delaware high resigned bis place to ac cept a fellowship in Twentysix persons were killed and a score of people injured when an ex press train running from Ldlle to Paris left the rails while crossing the switch at Mayor Thomas Hughes of Beat is either lost in the woods near Lake Washington or has mat with a serious accident that has vented his return to his summer He started on Grip Lost I lost a grip on the road between Delphos and the river while driving to Person finding please leave it at Phelau All those contempl ating a trip to Booount will please on Brotherton for route and Gold Fish For Small gold fifth and bowls for sale at a reasonable Gall phone 248 or call on at barber The Irish Pawnbrokers a guarantee of 20 people on the stage at the Opera House It The show troup came in this morn ing from   

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