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   Lima Daily News, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1899, Lima, Ohio                               THE LIMA DAILY NEWS. vOL 111. LIMA. OHIO, SATUHDAY. APIJIL 6 ur> Jr.UJ.lx JOi i Hix wuc SHELLED! THE FUTURE Holds Much in Store for the Mataafa's Forces Have Amer j oil Metropolis ican and British War Ships, TROUBLES IN SAMOA Board of Trade Organized and Its Officers Show Its flerlt. It has been aptly demonstrated by Have Hot Been Subdued and that oration win. the German Consul is Blamed. ADMIRAL KAUTZ Proclaims Against the Provisional Government Composed of Mata- faa and His Thirteen Chiefs. greater per (ent of the political and! j business battles of life with this object 1 in view was the nieetiug in the court 'room last evtning. Uathered there i were over a hundred of the hustling, (progressive citizens of Lima, and twice this number would have been present had not many other attractions detained for that date. The prime object of tlie business men of Lima is to have a Board of Trade worthy that name, a brdy that is Apia, March 24 Via. San Francisco, j r I ever in shape and on the alert to aid AprilS. There have been lively times F in Samoa during the past few days. I t when she The United States and British war- ships have shelled Mataafa's forces repeatedly and sailors have been landed in Apia to profit property. Numerous casualties have resulted on both sides. in grasping opportunity by appears in any guise, nty have An Eastern F rm Invests Fifty Thousand Dollars In Oil LANDS IN HANCOCK COUNTY, Leasing Near Marietta at Very Fancy Prices, INDIANA GAS FIELDS TO Supply Another Line--Rig Builder From the Fields. Findlay, April Stern- berg, of Allentown, N. Y., who have hand recently made very large purchases Such of oil lands in this field, have acquired its I leaiss on 200 acres in Eagle township. HUMANE, Ttie Society Holds its Annual Election Last Night. FIRE PUNIC Or. Shelby Mumuauth Chosen as tbe Leader of This Noble Band. I At the nieetiug of tbe Humane society held last night a number of new vere added to the member- ship list. The committee in charge of the en- tertainment recently given by the society stated tbat over had been reaH-zcd. Mrs. Germanu, the secretary, made a Deport of the work accomplished by the Society during the past year. It was indeed iateresting to those active- ly identified with the society. Next camtrthe report of the treasurer, show- ing J 72 50 now in the treasury. the reading of the report by Humane Officer Watts, the following work will be watched with interest. The tract has two and the con- officers were chosen for the ensuing At the meeting last night Col. Boone sideratiou was This makes presided A committee was appointed 600 acres owned by this firm in one in New York Results in the Loss of 13 Lives. MOST OF VICTIMS WERE Suffocated While Asleep, The Planes Breaking out at 2 a, m. THE CONFLAGRATION Was is a Fashionable Residence Dis- trict of New ResI deuces Ablaze. York, April 8.-Thirteen per- sons perished and two greet man- sions, two blocks the wealth- iest section of Fifth avenue, were de- stroyed early; yesterday morning, Tne mansions were those of Wal- lace O. Andrews, the millionaire of the Xew York Steam InWallSW-AViolefltBreaic in Stock Values hi New Securities Carried Down Into tbe Whirl Port. New York, April S. Tbe st-ene or- the Stock Exchange floor yesterday morning was one of wild confusion. Brokers unable to secure fartber- margins on many properties were- obliged to sacrifice them to protect', themselves. The volnmn of to select a ticket naming a president, I block, representing a outlay of I vice president am; a board of directors commanders of the British ships are oomp0ged of nine memberr, That anxkmsly awaiting advices from their governments, and in the meantime the committee selected the following shelling proceeds daily. When Adr-i'.ral Kautz arrived on the Philadelphia he spent two days in making inquiries, and then called a meeting of all the Consuls and senior officers of all warships in the harbor. of Ihfl meeting a proclamation was issued by tbe Amor- ican Admiral, declaring that the so- railed provisional government under Mataafa can have no legal status un- der the Berlin treaty. REBELS PREPARE FOR W.VR. The immediate result of this act was L. Brice. K Jacobs. W. Hiner. Directors: W. K. Boone, D. J. O'Day, Gnu's, Stolzenbach, E. Christen, H. D. Campbell, J. W. J. D. S. B. Mitchell. t the names is saffieient e eommitree worthy of nearly TERRITORY LEASED. Marietta, Ohio, April J. Mover Co., of this city, iave pur- chased for a block of 000 acres of gas territory, much of it near Me Arthur, Vintou County, where they struck a gasser a few ago. The company contem- plates piping ihe fuel to Ohio possibly as far as Cincinnati. Bin LAND SALE. Parkersburg. W. Va., April Due-Eighth interest in the sis-thousand- The report of the committee was acre tract of oi! land 'adopted and a constitution and by Tyler County belonging lan> will be drafted and reported upon j John McGnire, of the firm of Jen- year. Dr. Shelby Mumaugh, presi- dent; Mrs W. A. Germann, secretary; j Company, atKo. t .East W. T. Copeland. vice president: Miss Anna Willower, second vice president; Miss Bertha Ryan, treasurer. Chief Watts was again elected humane of- ficer. Attorneys R. C. Eastman and W. T. Copeland were elected legal ad- vis4rs of the society. v Tie retiring officers were tt .uered a vote of thanks for their efficient during the pust year. 1C to i at the next meeting which will be held I in the office of D J. O'Day 01 nest Pittsburg, was sold to day to Murphy Galloway for NO TRACE, Can be Found of tbe Men Who Tried to R b iiie Bank at Tuesday evening. The property is, producing The e'tprv-.-uon's at this meeting j 000 barrels daily from 32 Gordon sand 1 were indicative of what eould 'oe m producers Tbe entire holdings are for our city in the Sit- I Lm..i a, u JSj with A rj bright outlook to be- Supposed That the Thieves Were From This City. l that the reMb turned back and pre- pared for war. declaring that they would not obey the Admiral's order 1 and would prevent any food s-upplie> from boina: hrmight into Samoa for the Muhetoa natives. Tho next d.t> API.I was surrounded by Mataatu's warriors. Foiw- inim Uie Philrtdelphia and Porpoise, under Brown and Cave, were landed to the. Unrdeued with a boom, her portion ot popniation. began by blowing up the safp with dynamite, j uonrs loyal natives. as the were- {.rationed the Pluladclph.a i enth street, and Albert J. Adams, at No. 3 East Sixty-ninth street The latter was set afire from gparfes from the home. fire in Mr. Andrews' residence -was probab- ly brought about by '.a explosion. This vras heard by a policeman pesidems of the neighborhood, who were sent hurrying to tbeir by the detonation. it was f ae explosion seems to be in jdieuted by the ouadfan of flames in the lower part of the house. This deprived sleeping house- hold of Its chief avenue of and, to judge the horrors that ensu- ed, the house must have been ablaze before the inmates wereawak- pned to their peril. Whem the exblo- sion occurred Policeman McKnight- was but a few away. He tried to arouse the but was un- successful He ran. to a nearby alarm was tremendous and the selling more ment obtained more momentum time progressed. The manifest indifference of k termed inside interest to secure course of its specialties aroosed apprehension of holders of the oas industrial seenritieiS which been of late. the declines were most series s io- properties of this class, and an addi- tional incentive to the selling was dnced by the eonserratrre- attifaete which the banfes had tafcen towaral. this collateral. considered worth GAS LINE. Wapakoneta, O April trace Wubash, Ind., April has been found of thesafeblowers who one o bos and within a few minutes the iire- tneu were on toe scene and a second and third slarm was sent m. BrBXED LIKE TtNllER. The Andrews houte was a tour story >f the mo-t piominent in-1 the Indiona National and Oil Co, so boldly attempted to rob j stone mansion, but it bnrnefl wil opened firp by throw ing a she'! into the outskirt- of Apia. Tbe Koyaht-t followed with sis-inch shelh, and the Porpoise went down tbe coast a couple of and bombarded the village of Vaiusu, where large parties of rebels were supposed to be. The church was smashed by a shell and the house of the manager of the Germau plantation was damaged. The whole of the out- skirts of Apai were shelled from the harbor, about seventy shelle being fired before dark, when the firing oeaspd. At present there are on shore I.e. men from the Philadelphia and 150 from the Porpoise and Royalist. The Tauranga has a force of nearly 400 men, and this re-enforcement will enable the Admiral to take offtnsive measures. at growth is- steady and reliable, the Hoard ot Trade will ot' worth the names of certain. That i the construction of a third line o! a larjrH bank at Thursday morning, tiader. It was moie than two atfcsv they reached tbe that the firemen wpre i to get into the upper stories' The stolen tetm aud wagon with which >-efene prove an I tuning from the Indmna fields to Chi-i they escaped, were fonnd at Cniopoh a ;e YOU WILL FIND A Short Mention of Some af Your Friends Here. Paragraphs Gathered About tSe Concerning Comings ana Goings. E W Cook is in Defiance. Kent Hughes is in Ann Arbor, J S O'Connor is in Kew York. Mr and Mrs Sam Durkee. of Beav.ffr Dam, was here the past week visiting1.. J Jettinghoff, of Delphos, was y jsterday ou business. Mrs W Leslie, of Bluffton, fe- the guest relatives in tbe city. O. M. of east North street, is visiting with Mrs. Wilson at Sidney. Notwithstanding the unfavorable Java and Mocha, the finest that grows, at thf Lima Tea Co, Lawn grass seed Freet can sell you property in any part of the citv. SAO That wu cannot all agree upon local matters of politics. How are we ex- to jret together on national is- sues? Again, society classes vary in their ideas of personal qualiacations, barring in many the best element of society. The public should be more d liberal and get the naked facts that the Lima Tea Co. has more good Tea and Coffot than any where in town. to INATTE General Montenegro, Apinaido's Best Aid, Was Killed. General MacArthur Keeps Constantly In Touch With the Rebels. Mauilu, 1S98, bj the New York Journal) Montenegro, tho most aggressive and, next Aguinaldo, the moat influential of the insurgent leaders, has been killed. The news was brought to Malolos to-day. General MaoArthnr's operations consist, temporarily, in daily recon- naissances in various directions for purpose of keeping in touch with tho rebels and ascertaining their movements. Admi nil Dewey has cabled the Navy The improvement will cost over A R1U BUfLDER INJURED. A rig builder well known here, ten miles away. It is now supposed the thieves were from Lima. On the whiskey bottle full of fuse which they left behind, is the label of a Lin a ifred A. Waleoys, suffered a very saioon keeper, Adam Knapf. painful accident while at work build- ng a rig near Lafayette yesterday. The men were handling a heavy siece of timber when it accidentally fell upon Walcey's leg, fracturing the member just above the ankle. The injured man was removed to bis residence at Lafayette. OTL UA.RKETS. Oil City April balances certificates bid for May delivery: no sales; runs bbla, average bbls; shipments 007 bbls, average bbls. Oil Markets. I weather the work on tbe uew paper illf is going nicely. The excavation for the if tho house to begin the awesome of searching for the victim-.. From 5 o'clock this morning till 3 I block on south main street is complet- o'clock this afternoon the search continued, Pfid up t" that Hour, whtn A safe expert from Hamilton was at work yesterday on the wrecked safe. The time lock was intact and the clock was started. The safe was ouoe in the bauk of Z. T. Lewis, the embezzler, of Urbana, now in the penitentiary. Elmer Crossley has flings. 4t-6 of tlje victim was taken out, the count of unfortunates was THE PASSION PUY, The most beautiful and impressive storv ever told is that of the life of Maurice Cohn will build a home on west Market street sear the cornt-r of Metcalf street, this The monthly bills will be allowed at the meeting of the city council Monday night. Mrs A T Barkd-ill and child, retoris- j ed last night from an extended visit with her folks in Toledo. Toledo Fred Norton, of our Savior from birth ascension, Lima, will soon be the guest of her North Lima, South Lima, Pennsylvania, Tiona, New Castle, Barneaville, Corning, Indiana, t. 79 74 1.13 1.28 S8 03 96 74 Freet sells on the installment plan. vnin Tiinnniunn inn inu inrru A VTCCK that six applies be scut Is the that two for a quarter Cof- fee is going at the Lima Tea Co. People sending for it from all over northern Indiana and good part of Ohio. GALL Issued tor Meeting ot Republi- can State Committee be Held in Columbus Next Satur- day When time of Convention be Fixed. Coinmbus, Ohio., April Re- publican state central euiumittee will NleCC A1X W.I noou on Saturday, April 15, to fix the time and place of the state convention. Chairman Cyrus Ruling, of this city, issued a call to this effect yestordny i morning. which will be produced by the aid of sister, Mrs Henry _, The pleutne light tower has been re- moved. Mr and Mr.- Dave Moms, ot Toledo. the "Cineograph at the Opera House Sunday aft rnoon and night. It is a sermon without words, and has ap- pealed to every Christian throughout this country as one of the greatest were in the city this afternoon on moral teachers ever known. The j ,0 Khda to pavents. production is the famous j M .g b Passion at Ober 1 ammprgau and giving the life like real- %Tltb her isrn and moving figures. Price? for! Miss Lula Colwell who has afternoon, children loo, adults 2oc; (visiting Mr aad Mrs E T Mitchell has evening and 35o. Not one child dies where (en foirn erly died from croup. People have learned the value of One Minnie Congh Cure and use it for severe lung and throat troubles. It immed'miely stops coughing. It never fails. H F. Vortkamp, northeast corner Main and North streets. left ALWAYS READY FOR YOU, When yon have tha required num- ber of tickets for a premium at the returned to her home in the City. Mrs FruJ Svyuxniif son day for their home iu Detroit. Mrs Marquis MeCollmsgh i of Sidney friends. Miss Nora tin Hi van of North Jeffer- son street 5s in New York, There is more Best on Earth Bak- ing Powder sold in Northern Ohio Lima Tea Co., you can it without Indiana any one brand. any more monkey business. 4-2f j xeft Co., agents. .NFW SPA PERI SFWSPAPFRI   

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