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   Hamilton Daily Republican (Newspaper) - January 11, 1895, Hamilton, Ohio                                THE I'AI'EK. WHOLE NO. 768 lican CAUCUS the legislature nominated Wm. Chiindcu 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. tncci.ii. TKLEGRArn TO THE KEPCBLICAN. PABBAS, Mexico, Jan., Brionen 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 KBFCBLICAjr, PAKKERSIIURG, West Va.. The flood situation is alarming. The Ohio river is now yj feet and is-still All suburbs and the lower part of the citv are under water. Families are driven out by hun- dreds. Timber loss No Tariff increase, SPECIAL BV TBLEGRAF3 fMK aEPL'BtlCAl WASHINGTON. January Ways and Means Committee this morning de- cided to report uo bill for an increase o; A NEW BILL. CoKrr mitt frM and Sutufdny HAMILTON, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY n 1895 Mm IIJJI 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 Citv Captured Ity llic Af- ter Ilurd Fighting. SCECIAt BT TKt-ECRAI'U TO THE YOKOHOMA, Jan. official dispatch received today states that the Japanese ai my command an attack on Kai Ping at yesteiday morning. Fighting con- tinued four hours at the eud of which the tov.-n was ia the hands of the Japanese. The Chinese fled and the Japanese pursued. A large nusiiber were killed on each side. Total loss unknown. French Bombardment. SPECIAL BY TELEGRAPH TO THE KEPcrBLicAjc. TAMATIVE, Jan. French have bombarded Farafatra successfully. Court Removed. SPECIAL BV TKLliGKAPU TO THE KEI'tlBUCAS, j cnirt his removed here from Potsdam. Ciunekel In the Warren county courts Charles F. GuncStel filed a suit set aside the 5a e of he  'a., Jan. of the most destructive storms of siiorv, sleet and rain rayed in this section Wednesday night and Thursday. The Fall llrooks and Philadelphia Erie tracks west of here are blocked by im- mense snow-slides and loose rock car- ried down the mountain sides by un irresibtable force of enormous banks of snow and ice. For a distance of fifteen miles be- yond Blackwell the Fall Urooks road is buried under a succession of slides ranging- from six to twenty feet in depth. Train No. (il, a south-bound A CONSPIRACY Alleged Between Defaulter lor anu1 His Bondsmen. I The Real Defalcation About Hun- dred Thousan.4 Dollars. coal train, ran into a snowslide about two miles south of Slate liun. A fexv minutes later a train was brought to a standstill and seventeen of the cars were completely buried in an ava- lanche of snow. No. S5, a fast freight The Scheme WM to Take Latter 8am to Be HIiMen: the State Forced to QultclalA tbe i. for JCetttra of a loss of anywhere from a few hours later, was Huston, of Wayne township, for the poor of Kansas and Nebraska. CONDENSED NEWS O.itlu-rril Front 1'arts the C'omifry Ivy llobr.. oolored. was iuuii'-c Point. T-iins.., for tin- murJ his wife. L'tuos all signs shall fuil, IL j'.ucio v. ill inaug-wratuil governor of California :it noon on 1'riilav. Fr.mkton (Intl..) bottle are to bo at once doubled in v.ipacily :ind loO ir.eii in thoir force. A owned by A. II. Killlir. of Marion. with ;i cc-oru had to l-i- shot V-cav.- c o: a broke-.] Part, of the forfL-itcii Inml in count'.-. Mich., ruies. as the opinon is g-eneral that the reverse of Wednesday closes all pect of currency legislation and all efforts in that direction. pros- ends The lines on which t will be framed e new measure not definitely S-.'iti! acie.s. was opened for settlement Thurstlnv. V, lloiliisg-s and wife. !0 live at SP; CIAT. iiy Ti.LEHKirn TO THE LONDON. January Chronicle this inoruinsr expresses deep sympathy the staiving: Nsv.'foundlaud fishermen but adds that it is folly to expect relief until avenue. were found in their homr. A revolver was murder .uul sui- cide. liiDnias by the Pacilii- she submits her accounts to a full and im- par'.ia] inqtiiiy. ItuntiKttiiion statlstlcsi. SPKCIAL BT TCLECRACH TO TUB YORK, Jan. thousand five hundred and sixty-one cabins and one hundred andeighty.cight thousand one hundred and sixty-four steerage passengers landed at Ellis Island iu Tito Strike a Kuiturn. SPKCtAt. BT TKLBCKAPII TO Till: RIM- I'ORT lud. January utn- cial strike of street car nivn was otdeicd labt evening to take this luoriiiiii; was a failure. Only four went out and car-, n.re ruuiiiiiif as usual. ?Cot in of It. u-.-.ct.M. IIY ro TIII: mirynncAjr. NC.TON, Jan., recommeii- datioa nf the p'C'.it'cnt that cor.fitess its COUM.-III to the cunsiruclinii of a cuse was s of ur-ess To. List vear. has confc-bscil the tlu-ft of S-.uoo fn-m a while in transit from (salt Lake City to Omaha. E- -1- of Detroit. Mich., con- fessed to having- coininitu-u ftirsr- crico when arraigned before Justice Iseverson i continued uids .Neil Jlfpiui.a. of Citv l.slanu, Y., who was ST.OdO short iii His accounts when removed last March was .sentenced to two years in the Kintrs county ponitciitiarv. Ailjt-tlen. of for- warded to liie u-ar iii.s an- nual report. The numb.-r of ollicers is j-.oiiconir.-.issioiu-d otlicers s-: total enli.v.ev! Icnown. To some extent it v. ill follow niu old bill, with such changes as the at experience of the recent debate 0{ showed to be desirable. It is pointed l out that the vote of r.'-t to 129 is adverse. majority of only five, so that a change of three would show a majority sup- porting the bill. ruder circum- stances Jl is felt that concessions can be made Pccurir.T the udhesion of a number nf members who.se opposition has been basc-d on sp'-ei'ie objections. It 5? said, however, that there will be concession, in the natnru of a sur- render to the silver element, if they fioir demands to the -joint of re- monetizhic silver -at a ratio of 10 to 1. It is said that tiie conciliation of thi: radical element i.s not deemed necc-s sary. although will be cverv dc sire accent the assistance of those .silver men who will aid in ineet5n_ the emergency, even thonjrh the result is not a full realization of their theo- ries. While this g-cni-ral plan i.s well de- fined, it ha.s not yet been communicat- ed to the- house leaders, and is not. therefore, a subject of comment among- tiiern. Other subjects have been taken up. and there is apparent unanimity in -Mr.s. Ciiarlei. A. Tlilom i.-i. l.'maiia liilo to i v.-jiicti eiivokijicd death Klve llanu-.. u-i.v oi an burned to -v.i pc from iiomc. opinion tnat the ciirrencv closed. question is ABUNDANT VENISON. That Could He 1'ront- ;ihly followed in This Countrj. .Ian. S. Consul Ooncral 1> Kay. ai Herlin, has come forward in a report ti> the state depart- ment with a nuvel proposition that should command immediate attention on the part of .social economists a.s well as of .sport-men. I Ic say.- the abundance ami oxci-iU-nce of venisnn can not fail to Jmpro.-s wiio live in Uerrnan riJJi-s. It is a common dish all the cable I" U.nvi.ii iloe.-; not t'.ie coiisircssinen. meet with favcr In from a Mi-. Tliic- and il> price i.s su moderate j man brol.-e in.- other "nl-v class fail it, taste I injuries. it now ami tiicn. Tiie reason for this Killed. TI-.: ni TUB KKrirr.MCATt January Adams, an kilkd this morninji oa avenue and JacX- stnct lij a collision between a cable car and .111 cxjjiess wajjoa. The ca'ile ma was .srinm. r.v TI.I.I...KAI-II TIII: Kl.ri-n.itAX iNJJiANAi-oi.is, jaa. Maf.iiev. .sent hi-; in-s.sasc to the k-jtislatiiu- this Ht- -..-.nits more -ilrinsciit Jaws j proprietor c.i i Hay act in of 1 WASUIJCJ-.TO-.-, li. C January Sicssinan Saiijiscr >ars he wall not get the compromise cmxt-ncy mcaswtc icady thin week. in n Flul. JIT TKJ.F.CKA3-31 TO TUB Nr.w YORX. jaa. Koscnlwrri meat in a sla Kow were TO TJJK 33.- The 033 f1TC lhi< I as ihtir choice for Win f r.V T, C N. TT.fi I m- Mr.-. Mvt-r. IIKJJ in York. 1H-.- hnVj.an.l. Myer. alias j.r r. o iii t n nioury. will 1v and Myer toejjiier '.lie v. -o on n-.vn roeogjijjajjusv or allow lit-r j.le.id gusUy a nui.-ii Hgjjlt-r ii-win ihe riiV.J a M.Misriv .Jan. 33. _ CrjKi has JKVH CJJCIJIJT ihc of <.f 331 ret-arn Kint of n. A of forestrv c.in- which deer lircd. nivi d from jioacin-rsv I IJj.j rxci-iloace of as food ;ho of it sv-'s practical deer vasy of profit. tin of jrrcat the r has bo rcirnlat-.-'i i.y o; mort or I--.-- ;nid v.-o.M3y vour. Cr w.i -r h.-.J njj.J thv mi-.-hJ 'u- f? .-.ii-i Tnc anmaa! ;uni  a In tani. is t3ie a reward for the of W. "VV. TavJor. iate treas- urer, on an Clpi-atcd BoMcl. Ni.w .7an. cng-ine and one "f a train of ftorrcarson the County Elevated railwav, in r.rooklrn, :d into the street a distance of t-wcaty-fivc feet from the Mrs. Mr. Or-. .1.431 5-- A Central, fi-13 ni3i3e- at am3 si reels a-j'J v.Ji- jy j, JJc -.7 of n-i-. anij ii333nar- ttltin Mil) Kl-JT f-i-inf j I) 1 -X tnr-.i- 3 ill -II..H C n. >h' 5- and risi hour Tiiu.-silay mnrfiing lliroijg'uout tjjjs Jiavjj' jji-i n a jite.j'ij, il 1" 1 are t.' liurd J Jan. 11. jg incJjfs ;in Jt rained rc-gjon. on 3jpour. All n. A j-j: fighting Jrjs n i-svcniy-avc sect irom the ele-. j fa cd j-tnjctarc ai s o'clock Thursday morning. The accident occurred at c the corner of Snidccker and Liberty ccononay in fuel when corsuTTJcd at a 
                            

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