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   Lima Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1899, Lima, Ohio                               THE LIMA NEWS, i VOL.. III. NO. 20ii LIMA. OHIO. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEH 7, 1899. The News Is the Only Penny Daily in the City THE NAVAL i ROGATORY COMMISSION. TH_ AMERICAN BANKERS. Col. Kefuiei to Allow 4 to CilYA Tfhtiu'ouy. At Mr land ng of Ibe Association in Cleve- iry io r ot Cola MaiuUr-t- Veterans Proposed Admission of Spanish War Veterans Causes A Disturbance, I RK.VXES, Sept. 7.-At the opening of O., Sept. Ameri- tne court-martial Tnursday can IJas-.kers'association put itself on morning M. Labori that he record unequivocally in favor of the hadreceued A MMn.-t.thc'al intimation gold standard Wednesday by adopting that CV1. and Col. a resolution the meaning o! which no- would 1.0 i-uabie to appear body can mistake. That action, taken i personally before the court uud ao he in <-onnc-ctio.n with the Dialing- of Col. i proposed that a commission Myron T. llernck, McKin- should be telegraphed to receive their CiOsc fru-nd, in line fur the di-nositiuns. dene; uf the association in lUOl made M. I-ali-olouye and Maj. Carriere did it tjure a day for the national admin- not opiKisu- tin- piot.us.tion only the mratiou The adoption of the gold] latter i.o.uted out tnat tjie proposed (it.-.mLird resolution nas uot perhaps a step would involve a deviation from 6urpr.se. I the'general pri.i-i-e.iure in iK-L-essitanusf Tne association is a sound money m i -r-r-r-, -i TTT 11- a Ion" -id-imminent M Labori re- boav from  f General Opinion is the Kaiser will Allow Sch- wartzkoppen to Testify, BOKMNG URKEX. 0.. Se-pt ing tin-en barely escaped being- torn by a tornado Tuesday night. Just north c-f this p'.acj a strip two miles long- and half a mile wide was cleared Cnpt. Dreyfus hangs on a .iord from rris-asures in replying to it HEVSES, Sept. salvation of tliey will undoubtedly agree upon of almost everything-. One person was seriously hjirt and two others sliglvtiy opposition assovia-i kuo.vn der tne rules was laid over uclil this roir. There was much discubbion ainor.cr'h' members as to the advis- ab.is-y uf i 'mitting the war veterans, and when the resolution, came before the association Wedr.es- dav evorvbo.iy was ready to fight for or it, Tnc leader of the forces in the nr .position was Ailiij. U (Kboi of tne Karrasrut as- Eoc.iuion. Xi-w York city. He deliver- ed a address, in which he said that the N'av.tl siiould be irpctnated admitting the inn, the late war and not let the or- fr.iii it on die the veter.i-is of the civii war. He was followed Surgeon A. Trego Shertz.'r, of Ualt more, wno stoutly miint-xinoti tiitit the i p'OJably be in -Ne-.v Yortc city. bolters ciaim that nearly i t -JOo ni.'mbers from the N-ival j association rind '.vili admit to member-j s.up a.i those who were in the navv i i i during the Snariish war. Outside of this episode the convention was a har- moniOiis one. Adm. Foss. of Mm-j nt-.it.ohs, u as in the ctiair and made ad A resolut titlj of title of nssot..ition was organized fur -tie of the civil war only, and tint it fehou.d d.c witn them. A nuiauer oi" I a very able adopted .it'o isii.r.ir tne ro.ir .iiiiiir.il and giv.nj; tne i onVvr in the assm-i ition th conim.iiidinir '1 ne p-oiiosiuu.i to p.irnde with llrand of thi1 ilopuulic each ye.i was di-to ited. u-.-is a.so a reso'ulion i 'or tao ore ui.i.T ion of a beiieiici.il so-'iety with.n tnc associa- tu.n The coinoiitiun will be visited Thurs- viav by Adm. of the N'orth Atlantic bqj.idiun. in ihe Killfti Ono nntl Ann llnr. Aliox, I.I., Sept. 1'. Be'.lmg-er shot and killed Joseph Rilcy and mortally wounded llattv Wa'son bore Wednesday inirht liellinirer on Tues- dny seeoreil a daorco from his wife. lie wanted the Watson woman to mnrrv hi'n. Opt-ncil. S-pt. 7. United Svates Minister '.ucu, at Tokio, nt-tiSe t the stale dep tba' the gttvcrnino.it of Japan has opened to foreign trade 22 additional ports un- der the operation of the new treaties. i Kru-ior Will Complv. Sept. Town correspondent of the Daily Mail sa-, b th.it thice davs ,1. 11. Hoff- roeier. the lor leader inCipe Colony, lele-rrapne 1 ['resident Krug-er wainiMT hitn that unless he complied with rerUin war would be inevitable. Mr Ki uffv'r replied, prom- isinsr to npliain-0. 1'resuient Stein, of the Oi.mffe Tree Stale, is also urging I'residi-iit Krug-er, according to the I'aily correspondent, to come to terms with Great Itritain, Buioeror am. This was the gen- eral opinion here Wednesdaj- night. If th.: kaiser consents to allow Col. Sehsvartfckoppen. the German military attache at Pans in 1391, to testify be- fore the court-martial or to send a deposition or what is considered still more probable to allow his deposition to be accompanied by the actual docu- ments mentioned in the bordereau, then Dreyfus is saved. If the emperor, however, decides that it is not in the interests of Germany for Col. Kchwartz- koppen to intervene, then Dreyfus' case is hopeless and his condemnation certain. Wednesday night the eyes of France neie looking- across the frontier to Stuttgart, where the kaiser is stayin'_r. and anxiouslv awaiting his decision, lie is in the posifon of the spectators seum in ancient Home with Dreyfus lyinrr at the foot of his antagonist and vratelnngr whether the emperor points his thumb up or dow At a late hour Wednesday evening he had g-iven no either way, and Frenchmen are awaiting- with brcathles" interest the first md cation of his will. bori's appeal, it is possible that sererftl days will elapse before their decision is known. The opinion generally held here that Emperor William and King JJnm- bert will allow Col. Schvrartzkoppen- and Col. Paoizzardi to be examined by a rogatory commission and their depo- sitions to be sent to Ivennes -with sup- plementary evidence frotn the original. of Esterhazy's treasonable The are extremely exasperated at what they as M. "uioit'J fea.d loagr been seeking an excuse to invoke intervention of ths German and Italian sovereigns and seized the pearance of Cernuschi as his nity declarmfr that the admission of the evidence of this foreigner justified- bis application regarding- koppen and Pamzzardi. M. Labori insisted that the appear- ance of Cernuschi on the stand was quite without precedent, but the anti-Dreyfusards point out, and. with a certain amount of reason, that the counsel for the defense were really the first to introduce foreig-a testimony as they summoned the ilohn Monro Wit KvsiiAHHK, Pa.. Sept. John Moore, of the diocese of St. Au- puhtine, Kin., was stricken with paral- ysis at llarvoy's lake Tuesday. He was resting comfortably Wednesday u.g'ui. I'T'tUh Stcamor Anhorr. KEY Wrsr. Fin., Sept. T Krit- liih steamer Hannah M. lii'll from 1'on- saeola September 2 for Venice a erujjo cotton is reported ashore at Miuqiicsas Key, near here. In Hlcli CMILARO, Sept. is to be tails-lit in three of Chicago's high schools. This was decided upon by tK' b-ard of education Wednesday night. lloosr Hy a Storm. WixriEt.n, W. Va., Sept. S p.m Wednesday a heavy storm passed over completely wrecking the court house, a large brick building-, j and doing considerable other damage. I A blockade prevailed in the streets, as ticos ami tangled wire.s made them iro- passab e for s-omc time. Xo loss of life has been reported but the damage to crops and farm property is consid- erable._______________ ofTiUit tor ST. Louis, Sept. deed of trust for was filed in St. Louts Wednesday by the St. Louis, Iron Mountain Southern Railroad Co., the Metropolitan Trust Co., of Xevr York, and Robert B. Hutchins.on being named as trustees. The deed is filed to protect, the company's bond hold- itofcllor't Contribution. I'lioviin-NCK. 11 T.. SonU John D. lU'ikofelliT has contributed SOoO.OOO to tilt- endowment fund now bc- raised for Urown university, THAT AUK TH-ilM-'.n TO SHOOT CLONES. A we-tern ninn Iscil the ton iilo cuanl shovi n in the picture which, tie is iui' jirutoction unut.K-'i'inf- visitors It frames irk, stiips er arnl 'mhtrirg unls Insul.ited run to tho cannon in front of tl.e gunrj .11 an- li-charcc-1 hy moans of ciee- trlc 1'thtnirc jii'-toi- harqp of the the whlrliiiC mutiun ard rolls ,i u nf n-i fortf. tionof which time Col. Jouaust rea.l the Fifteen or '-0 oil won cler- deeision, declaring thr.t the court were blown down, .1 I'oup'e of incompetent to grant the application. unroofed, windmills demolished. __ orchards destroyed and the crops ly injured. Corn in To all intents and purposes Emperor j E Hsh Rowland Strong-, a_ uVi nf a William stands to-day the arbiter of the internal neace of France, for every on tne question of Esterhazy's confes- sion to having written the one anticipates that King 13utDbert j Anyway it can be safely asserted that of a wooden will follow his lead. This is probably j ,the explanation of the delay. j peror William has gone to Wurtem-, j burg from Albaeu-Loraine and King-1 I Humbert is at Turin. Communication between the two monarchs is, there-' fore, somewhat complicated, and as THE G. A. R. LADIES. Home for He r.Mnb i-l I'ri'Bcnt Memb Their 'ii in ership 2.1, 356. 1 riddled roots. bv tne way of the st.irm was hail and torn up by the n I-.in i rmi.Anri rui Sept. report CI.KVKI.AMI, S.-pu For- of I'ri-siilcni of the Ladies' ;lgcj ntteraiiit-d to drown !u-r- G. A. U., vas road at the afternoon I a pollll ln LaK-eviow pai k after session. She announced that a mujnight Wcdm-sday- Mie was pulled home for veterans and their i out by the pid ci-. The gin -aid she would be established in California, j from f mcinnnti Lwo UOCKS The total present membership is WC1U to in a disorderly Representatives from 27 states house. Mie s-aid her Io -or l-ad jilted swered roll call. Three thousand am5 liia nol to longer. seven hundred and ii'netj-four I refuses to rio-ht name. ion of Cernuschi Kb a wit- ness for the prosecution came as a itab e God-send to the defense, givinff tlu-m almost at the last moment more or less legi'.imale excuse for M. Labori's appeal to summon tne Germaii and Itabuu attaches. SWITCH WAS OPEN dollars was expended during the year and there is a balance on hand of 850-1.71 A new department was added at Oregon and fill were formed. A go.d badge and a dia- mond ring were presented to President Win slow. The election of oflicers will take place Thursday. She is a pretty blonde. Chicago Limited Express On Ftie Pennsylvania. Erie Wrecked In bl crs. The revenue stamp-! on it cost en io the Now A, Sept. miuuitacturers refuso to pay the now taxes, and many land owners have de- cided to follow their cx.imple. SANTIAGO PR CIITI.K, via Oalvcston, t, 7. Chilean section of the Trans-Andean railway will be sold ftt public auction September 14. Tenn. Sept. Two hundred coal miners at tho Sale creek mines struck Wednesday because the company was furnishing coal to the Dayton Coal and Iron Co., whose miners were on a strike for higher wages. Cotton Crop. ATLANTA, On., of Agriculture C, R Stevens, who re- turned Wednesday after a trip of in- spcctlon, states that the Georgia cot- ton crop will bo at least half a million i bulcs short Two Kllloil lly l.lchtnlne- GAKFIEI.D, Jimn., Sept, L. Larson, John Lundstrom, Albert Lar- son and Henry Kggan, of Gar field, and O. C. W. Westman from Belle Rivers, threshers, while returning from Rran- don Wednesday afternoon, were struck by I'ghtnint'. Lundstrom and Wesl- man were killed instant'.y. The others were more or less injured but will re-j cover._______________ 1'rnldont rhkrlol V. Whrrlor Orad. Nitw YATIK, Sept, Y. Wheeler, president of the Firth Stcr- Coi.fMlil-s, IX, St'pt. 7 Young Men's Democratic club has arranged to tender a reception at the Great South- ern hotel Thursday nitrht in honor of John U. McLean. This will be the first opportunity the Columbus public has had of seeing the democratic nomi- nee for governor. Ohio Vloolcrowfirn Mi-ct, Col fMlius, 0., Sept. Ohio state res- thai growers' association met in ntinual session on the fair grounds Wednesday. A oiution was adopted declaring the wool schedule of the Ibnglcy tariff lull is of no benefit to Ohio wool- growers. Tiller Mlllrr Kzplmlon. ST. TAitiS, SppU 7.- A cider-mill explosion wrecked the plant and in Three Trainmen and One Tramp Killed and Two Trainmen and a Tramp Injured. Moadville, Pa., Sept. 7. A-i open switch caused a wreok on the Km rail- road at Minors Station, a short distance above this city, in whiftU. three Moadvilie mon wore killed and one injured. A tramp was killrti and another injured. A west bound freight train had taken the siding to ling Steel Co., of rittsburgh, died nt jlircj Hen Apple. his npnrtments in this city, aged 50 yonrs. He was n native of Orooncaf- tlo, Mr. Wheeler editor of the Hurlington Hawkcyc from 1S03 to j council of Victoria Wednesday reject- 1873. the woman's bill. IV allow train No. 5, vcsiibuled limitt-d Chicago New York-Chicago erprew to pass. The switch was left open and the train ran into the_wrf' end the freight at the rate of sixty miles an hour, plowiupr through freight cars. The dead: M. Arnold, engineer of the passenjcer train, Meadvillo, Henrj- II. Rchaeffer, conductor freight train, Mcadville. Gt-orpn Schatx, flaprman freight train, Moadvilie. Joseph Korsh, of BwlTalo. stealing a ride on the passer.Brei- train, Tho injured: Fireman Plumb, passeiiK--'r train. A young mill from Chicago, stcalinR ride on passenger twin, Hlil7., in charge of dead engine on the freight train, Tho dead and injured VMTC brongVit to this nity. NEWSFAPERl   

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