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   Newark Daily Advocate (Newspaper) - October 29, 1898, Newark, Ohio                               ARK ADVOCATE XLIX. MttttlMr 59 NEWABK. OHIO. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29 1898. GARCIA'S Scalp Wanted by Opposition. Serious Offenses Charged Against Him. MAY BE COURT MARTIALED Gomez Will go to Scene-Rios, Cuban Commander, Against Disband- ing tne Army and is Trying to Prevent it. ManzanilJo, Oct Wood, commander military forces at Santiago, accompanied by Lieutenant Matthew Hanna, has arrived here. He journeyed on board the famous gun- boat Hist. Colonel Pettifs regiment, stationed here, welcomed the com- mander's arrival. General Wood visited the barracks hospitals, palaces, custom houses and postoffice. Cuban General Rios. reports Colonel Pettit, is now apparently putting forth every effort at the assembly to prevent the disbanding of his troops. The Cuban commander wishes all the sugar estates in the neighborhood to tell him how many men they can employ and he will guarantee to supply all re- quired on condition that only soldiers are employed. The planters unani- mously refuse to fall in with such an arrangement, considering that it would be a trades union of the worst possible kind and would also tend to keep up the Cuban military organization. in the interests of the island the planters are %erj anxious to have broken up. General Galixto has been BRAVERY Of Soldiers in the Recent War To be Recognized by the Government. AWARD MEDALS OF HONOR And Certificates of Merit to the' Of- SCHWAB'S REGULARS AT MAYAGUEZ, PORK) RICO Airr-u DISCING inr R F ZOGUVLM K-produced fiom ,h, B  ertaking and putting to route the former garrisons, which had j hurriedlj acuated Mayaguez on the approach of the United States forces capturing many of them, and bringing them back prisoners to the place where they had so long been masters. ficers and Boys in Participated in the Several Campaigns. Washington, Oct war de- partment will fittingly honor the he- roes of the recent war. An order just issued reads as follows: "By direction of the secretary of war a board of officers will assemble at Washington Nov. 9, 1898, for the pur- pose of making recommendations for brevet pi emotions, the award of medals of honor and certificates of merit for the officers and enlisted men who par- ticipated in the campaigns of Santiago, the Philippines and Porto Rico. "The following is the detail for the board: Brigadier General Theodore Schwan, Lnited States volunteers; Brigadier General H. V. Boynton, United States volunteers; Lieutenant Colonel W. H. Carter, assistant adju- tant general The adjutant general will furnish the board with all the infoimation necessary for its action." Upon the recommendation of super- ior officers the awards will be princi- pally made However, it is necessary to have the board take the numerous recommpndationS which have been made and classify them in such a man- ner as will enable the president to grant the bievet ranks and award the medals aceoi cling to the merits of dif- ferent officers and men. JOINT COMMISSION OHIO'S KLONDIKE LAFAYETTE FUND NINTH OHIO Meets at Still Play- ing for Time. Property at Malvern Ohio is Thought it May Reach a Million "Way Dollars Havana. Oct. mihtarj com- mission met late yesterday afternoon.! General Parrado declared was a I Gofd iu Quantities Accounts Though Only one Fourth of That j for Refusing to Sell at Any Price. physical impossibility to evacuate be-! fore February. General Butler said that the United 1 States would grant only until January Canal Dover, O.. Oct 1. No arrangement was reached. It in a Previous dispatch to Advocate was agreed to appoint a Spanish and sufficient evidence is at hand to show American officer to examine the arsen- jthat gold exists in paying quantities als and report what guns and property near tne little town of Malvern the Spanish shall take home. The' citement is spreading. Spaniards have hitherto contended The details from Ihe field have been that that was the business of the Paris meager because of its out of the way commission. location and the infrequency of travel- ers from that district to this point. Jacob Gepfert. who is a resident cf Malvern. has arrived here. Mr. Gepfert SHOT HIS WIFE Then Turned the Gun >u Himself With Fatal Effect. Birmingham, Ala., Oct Jehn T. Morgan spoke here to a large audience. He dwelt chieiy with the of trade and territorial expan- sion, especially as relates to the south. As to the Philippines the great dis- Uace rendered the situation with them different from that of Cuba and Porto Rico, but he did not believe that there was a man in this country who fav- ored the United States turning its back upon these people who need the en- lightment and the liberty we uave in our power to give Columbus, O., L. Bar- ton, a carriage painter, attempted to murder his wife, Kate Barton, and then committed suicide. The death of the husband was instantaneous, but nie wife will probably recover. The direct cause of the deed is thought to be temporary insanity on the part of Barton, as he his been acting strangely for the past four weeks. The deed was committed after Mr. and Mrs. Barton had retired for the night Colonel Waring Dead. New York, George Waring who was with yellow fever, died this He was re- cently in Cuba. Rising Sun Past Masters Springfield, O., Oct dent John Parsons of the Home, received a remarkable pictu yesterday. It is a collection of photo- graphs of the Past Masters of Rising Sun Lodge No. 22, of Asthabula, for the past 44 years All of whom are now liv ing. M. Dickinson.the First Grand Ma- ter aad the oldest of the croup is 9 years old. Usn. Cleveland, Oct Pleas Jndge Dellenbaiifh, from the bench de monnced as liars the originators and circulators of the story that he had received half of an attorney's fees hi big divorce case recently tried before him. Ex-Speaker Lampson and Hoa Ternon Burke were specified as the guilty parties. Otrar Columbus, O., Oct De- Witt C. Jones of the Columbus Press and Secretary J. T. Bassell of the board of trade had a difference over politics la the latter's office and came to blows. They were separated before serious damages were inflicted, but Mr. Jones was badly bruised. Amount was Needed or t xpect- Coming in. Washington. Oct. from school children all over the coun- try to the fund that will be used in building the La Fayette monument at Paris, promises to be larger than wa anticipated. The amount desired i but it now looks as, if over million dollars will be contributed Will Toledo, Oct a meeting of the Ohio centennial commission appointed by the last legislature, J. E. Gunekel was elected president Mr. Gunekel will practically have cliarge of larger part of the great exposition to be held here in 1903. Coinmbus, O., Oct Interna- tional Fac-gimllegraph company, Cleveland, capital stock Shaw- Bee Oil and Oat company, Shawnee, 0., capital stock 9U.M9. is a reputable man and his statements ought to be authoritative. In speaking of the new Eldorado, he said: "It is difficult to find out just what there is in it for Mr. Alfred Wartman, who has purchased a mining outfit. Some of the representatives have been shown to me and they were more promising than the one shown by Wartman, which shows about of pure gold to the ton of quartz. There is one assay made at the instance of a Malvern man, whose name I am not privileged to mention, which shows be- tween and of gold to the ton. If it is all a scheme to raise the price of real estate on the part of Wartman and other, farmers, they should begin selling pretty-soon. Many of them have now been offered more than twice the value of their land, but they are still holding on and say they will not sell at any price." Within a day or two the big quartz crusher will be in active operation at the mines. May Pay a Bonus. Washington, Oct. is reported that the President may not be so hare xm Spain in the Philippines. It is sau the United States may assume the Philippine debt and paj Spain a bonus. New York, Oct followiag well-known bowlers were selected to make up the Greater New York Bowl- ing team for the season of 1M9. Charles K. Starr, captain; Frank Brill, F. Clinch, G. Stein. John Sohl, K Thyne, Peter Schultz, A. Paulson, W. Cortes, J. F. Tingley and J. Tiedman. Situation is Grave. Goldsboro. N. C.. Oct. thous and whites met yesterday and declared tney would free the stat efrom negro rule. Resolutions for ihe rescue of the whites in the eastern part of the state were adopted. Washington, -ct. At- torney General Boyd has just returned from North Carolina. He says the sit- uation is grave. No federal troops have yet been asked for. REVISION GRANTED But Will lloOe Released Revision. Paris, Oct Court of Cassa- tion has granted a revision ofthe Drey- fus court martial but has refused to order the release of Dreyfus pending the revision. Philadelphia, Oct great peace jubilee was brought to a glorious conclusion. Beginning with Sunday's church services and including the naval and military demonstration and the monster civic celebration, the demon- stration has been an unparalleled suc- cess throughout Charleston, S. C., Oct The cruis- ir Montgomery arrived from Nassau with President Hearieux of San Do- and Smith M. Weed, the New York tMncier. on board. Plenty of Coal Says Dewey Washington. Oct Dew- ey reports to the Navy Department on the minerals in the Philippines. He says there is coal m large quantities and of a good quality. Coaling sta- tions can be supplied without bringing roal long distance.-. Ohio Boys Sick. New York, Oct. 2ft hospital hip Missouri arrived today from Porto Rico. Among the sick are the follow- ing from the Fourth Ohio: John E. Dutton, Walter V. Ingle. Cbarle- Pierce, John W. Shela, James A Shale THE TREATY OF PEACE Washington, Oct offi cials believe that the treaty of will be signed Wi.-tin two weeks and the impresion even with the less san- guine is that the end is in sight In a Railway Collision, Six Soldiers Injured. Middletown. Oct. train carrying the Ninth Ohio coloied troops to Camp Meade fiom Philadelphia, met with an accident. The tram bad reached Hummelstown over the Reading load and was wait- ing to be switched on the branch road that goes to Middletown. While stand- ing on the switch a freight train from Harrisburg came along on the same track and before it could be flagged, it crashed into the troop train, smash- ing the rear car and injuring six men, all of company C. List of injured' Floyd Stewart, leg badly crushed will have to be ampu- tated, and Hugh Travers. severely in- jured. Both were taken to private hospitals in Hummelstown. The slight- ly injured are Emanuel Mack, Benja- min Brings. Luther Whitter and Benja- min Williams. The Drej fas Hearing. Pai is. Oct. 29 Proceedings at the court of cassation were devoid of sen- sation The onl> emotion caused en- sued upon the reading of pathetic let- ters from Dreyfus. A significant point was the revelation of the fact that Gen- eral De Boisdeffre gave orders after the Dreyfus was supposed closed, for the do'-siei containing the bor- dereau to be burned, and expressed surprise afteiward to find that his or- ders had not executed. Great attraction at Opera House to- night Killed b.T an Explosion. Houghton. Mich Oct No. 8 of the Calumet and Helca Stamping mill exploded, instantly killing John Additional Society. Thursday last a party of Newark people reenforced by Columbus and Zanesville friends chartered an electric car and went to Granville on a picnia excursion. The intention was to holJ the picnic in established way go by to country and eat upon ground, etc., but the wet weather of the early part of the week making this impossible those present found the a pleasant plabe to meet Those pres- ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Al Stasel, Mills King. Ben Atcherly, Miss Jessie Smy- the, of Homer; Harry Nye, of Zanes- ville ;Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seymour, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Worth, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Smythe. Mrs. H. D. Cordray, the mother ot Lieut Cordray. and Mrs. Perry Smythe, of Columbus: Misses Nellie Thomas. Lora Smythe. Stella Gillies and Joseph Boiere. employes of Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Smythe, J. R. the mill, and William Nellon of Bruce Aicherly, Miss 'Francis Wright Miss ILf in AC 1 f VI Vkn nvnn n _ -_ ______ __ _ Mines. Mont., a friend it ho was visitin Gillies. Nellon and Gillies were stand- ing in front of the boiler when the explosion occurred, and both were in- stantly killed, their bodies being badly torn. Daniel tally injured. LaFrencer was also fa- Wlm Out. Pittsburg. Oct After several months of parleying, the scale commit- tees of the American Glass company and the representatives of the cutters" and flatteners came to an agreement. The manufacturers concluded to pay wages asked by the two trades in ques- tion with the understanding that work It to be resumed Thursday morning. Strike. Brocton, Mass.. Oct The general Strike of the lasters in the boot and Aoe factories in this state which was gun about six weeks ago, was de- clared off and the union has author- ized the strikers to return to work. The outcome is a virtual defeat for the lasters. Sarah Seymour. Mr .and Mrs. Ed Den- nis, and Mr. and Mrs. Force, of Co- lumbus. A delightful time was had Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ward, on Wing street The oc- casion was a surprise on their daugh- ter, Myrtle. The evening was spent id various games and musk. Those pres- ent were: Myrtle Ward, Ella Dtehl, Amanda Burkham, Georgia Francis. Minnie Nichols. Grace McConnell, earl Warner, Smith. Esther Mabel Glenn, Dais? Dayton, Fred Bnkey, Henry Gregg, Willis Lynn, Jonnnie Me> Vicar. Howard Horn, Frank Varner. James Atherton. Lee Moore, Galen Hurbaugh DeWitt Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones, Mr .and Mrs. R Hurbaugb, Mrs. Lizzie A. Guy. Chinese Will Peking, Oct is a general movement of Chinee troops toward j the coast of the gulf of Pe-Chi-Li, It i is understood to be due to an appre- hension of an attempt by a foreign power to seize the railway. Tbey Are >ot Montreal, Oct government has declared that the English settlers at Alticosti, whom M. Menier has ac- cused of being pirates, are good citizens and must not be molested. Great attraction at Opera House to- night. Today's Advocate. Page Local News Pag" Markets. Page Compliment to Clar- ence H. White. Local. Telegraph. Page City Churches. Page Sold to W. H. Phelps. Newark Races Mr. and Mrs. Hand Remembered. Local News. Page S. Bancroft Fashion Hint Telegraph. Page Lodges. Amusements. Page School Notes.   

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