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   Newark Daily Advocate (Newspaper) - March 11, 1899, Newark, Ohio                                NEWARK DAILY 60, No 11 1899. 25 Cents a J Has Not Yet Decided As to Permanently ing the CLEVELAND STORY DENIED But NOT ROAST BEEF is What is ned for the March board of inquiry completed its investigations r-t the and returned to headquarters in the Pullman build It was disclosed by the visits to the various packing houses that roast beef is not roast beef at that the meat the soldiers ate in Santiago and Porto Rico and are still eating is nothing but ordinary boiled The inquiry also brought out that the meat the army is prepared in the dinary method and called Witnesses be summoned to tell the members of the court of Inquiry the details of the preparation of ed roast beef and commercial PINGREE Congratulated by Chandler On His Recent Great Anti- Trust Speech INDIA RUBBER FORESTS By Washington foer of the Cabinet Says the President Will Not Decide on a Definite Policy Till Later Washington March sensa- tional story printed by a Cleveland morning paper stating positively the President nad at last made a deci- sion to hold the Philippines and ask support to that is denied here The President's advisers say he has noc made up his He is bending to Preserve Them From March 11. Minister Bellamy Scorer reports from Belgium that in order to prevent the early de- struction of the forests of india ber trees in the Congo Free States royal decree has been promulgated providing that for every ton of india rubber yielded each year there shall DEFEAT FOR REPUBLICANS Wilt Result Unless the Parts Aligns Itself Squarely on the Side of the People and Against These LIMA BANK That Was Mysteriously Out of 0., March American so mysteriously robbed over lias decided to go into voluntary liquidation and wind up its The robbery occurred on morning following Christmas and was never cleared uip and probably never will Yesterday a new opened in the same but under different to known as the Bank of A stockholder said that the bank had not been losing any but that their expenses were so heavy that they could not pay proper dividends on their capitalization of hence their move in winding up the WITHIN TWO HOURS Two Parties Were Divorced and March be planted during the same period not Chandler of New Hampshire has less than 150 trees or vines producing a letter to Governor Pingree of March of Phil late postmaster at Sylva this procured a divorce from him Within two hours he was married to Maggie of Meantime his divorced wife was hustling around and about the same time was tied fast to a widower named Matt Thus within two hours two parties were Meloy has been and divorced india The state officials in congratulating him on his recent charge of forests and those who hold speech against greatest commissions are charged the ex- issue next said Senator of this A Bureau of be the fight against the Control is charged with the If the Republican party does of the forests and the strict en- not align itself on the side of the SENATOR JONES The Statesman Seriously 111 With Little Hope of PORTO RICO Revolution There Imminent The People Clamoring for Self-Government MORE TROOPS ARE NEEDED 11. Senator March erv effort to become fully posted on the of the Violators of pie and these It Jones is again very sick conditions and there will be no further the decree are a Up tO be in danSer of He is apparently unable to from which he suffered I or The de' lican party will say a word against His physicians give little up f asked a for his Still they say are all in the President made said Cabinet officer this would not keep the ex- commission over there col- facts which to base his j It is authoritatively stated that the i present policy the will be to put down the rebellion of the establish a government and leave further tions to the the tree or are f Me All other methods the the Republican ity has passed entirely into the hands of the j anything be done in Congress next session to serve as a foundation for party I AHi Not don't Something ought to I The tendency of combinations is to crush out the small i BRYAN DECLIN him TO CUT OFF HELP Close Blockade to tie Around Luzon NINTH INFANTRY and The trusts Navy to Aid Land Forces When He Said to a Pretty Voting by a and the j Latter Advance on the of business men who have been Insurgents i j ducting independent enterprises j j Woman at a Ordered to for March J. Cavalry and j Bryan wants ii understood that lie proves of salaried officials and lose their We have got to and we ought to meet lJ The point has been March far Ad- miral Dewey has not given any mation that he contemplates making a San March passed where we have combinations ruling have been received at army nere on his way to At the from sugar and lead ters here to prepare transportation for station he was greeted by hundreds brooms and soap and coffins The I request to be relieved from command of the Asiatic Naval officers say he will not be relieved until he j ters here to prepare transportation lor station ne was uy -a auu the which is to be seat women and During the only are Those that are made to although fa had been greeting a young woman up to by the millionaires who control signed to various ports on this the silver champion and I do not regard the assertion that some will you kiss prices have cheapened by lie re- as -a sufficient excuse for their The is whether prices It has been given out from department headquarters that the War my dear young ment is desirous of recruiting for the I aot cavalry service in the and j TO TO II AV A WA also for that of the IU officers of the department are authorized to make enlistments for the Seid to be Planned for President light artillery and cavalry j 31 The transport City of has j been rechartered for sea in two March is The Scandia will be ready Ole that the President will visit Cuba March report is che same and the two before he returns to Washington from rent here today that Cuban army sels will take the Ninth United States the trip he intends to start on surely begin disbanding Infantry to the This is not at the in only two more phases of the campaign to require Dewey's and near at is the driving off of the Tagals have heen cheapened as much as they j j ought to have Evidently or j I such enormous fortunes would not be expected General under Aguinaldo near With at with his i ments and the other reinforcements i Cuban Army to SHAFTER OUS New March D. Advanced to the Position of Major j The President goes to l postal clerk of the Brooklyn t where he will fce the guest of d White but the the Presidential has ordered to I Florida where ne win ms i ator going later to St. j suicide after be j ing questioned by the police on his March many and At latter point knowledge cf any with consultations with Secretary of War is believed tae presidential will Henrietta the daughter of Alger and Adjutant General J so aboard the It is Known Wechsler a Brooklyn clothing j. rt T the President has practically made up j President has expressed a to his mind as to the general officers to I in I merchant who from her retained in the The j opportunity presence in it is a good effect; R lg ber is limited to one major general for each and one brigadier for the disgruntled ft svm each 4.000. On this as there are him already major generals in the sight into condition army in the persons of General General Brooke and General there is room for but two To fill those two places the it is has selected General Shafter and General now in command at Queen Finally March Queen left Folkestone this morning on a and was across the channel iy eight torpedo Heavy fog in tie channel may delay her arrival ot ARRIVES AT March ria arrived here this morning and at once by special train to the south of Special precautions were taken to guard her form the of MATTHEWS abetter in- i sight The is contemplating a change in the government of The head must remain the change is to have civil officers in place of the military men in cabinet and subordinate It is believed that experts in different such -is finance and wH get along more smoothly than the army It is understood the President wUl be absent from Washington two and of fO operators a few days will He is 31 years old and married and it is known that he and Miss Wechsler had been meeting West Virginia Coal W. consolidation of the New Elver Kanawha coal in of formation for several was finally consummated com- bine will control the output of tho New River and Kanawha dis- in force is near at The navy will aid in Ships can be placed in I proper positions on the shores of the i Bay of Manilla to command the j try for anci by co-operation with j the army through the agency of the i signal the insurgents can be j shelled out of the jungles many miles inland by the j The next and last feature of Dewey's task will be the establishment of a close blockade to prevent munitions of or supplies from reaching the in- providing there are any in- remaining after Otis and Lawton have made their forward j When this has been done and there is i nothing further in the way of fighting j for the warships to it is believed that then Dewey's task probably be regarded as finished by and it will be time for the navy de- to consider the question of a successor to the command of the Asiatic DREYFUS CASE Supplementary Inquiry to be ed Next possibly three unless in the again assume a serious The President's party will con- sist of the President and Mrs. Vice Presides t aad Mrs. Senator and Haasa and Secretary With LIGHT the Today Casualties Caught by Monnett and His tion Wilt be Taken March General Monnett has at last succeeded in getting service on C. A. the local agent of the Standard Oil Co. Accordingly his deposition will be en Special Commissioner wine next When the ney General made an attempt recently to take the evidence or the local of the company they ed themselves from the and an til today the Attorney GeneraT has been unable to March was some light skirmishing at Caloocan and San Pedro No casualties are Tie American troops are in General Law ton has taken hold and everyone expects a for- ward movement as extensive preparations are made for it. Nearly two thousand Spanish diers sailed for Spain Only one remain They are in the General King ias recovered from his soldiers wio arrived on the Grant yesterday will go on at the water Japan is DOW ao far advanced as to make its own annual J duction of in coal and The object of the organization is to buy and sell through one agency the production of the New River and March is expected that the united Court of Cassation will der a supplementary inquiry into ihei case next Major Against March secretary of the dominion alliance has received from Sir Wilfred the the answer of the government to the request of the alliance that a measure be Introduced into the dominion parliament following upon the plebiscite of last The premier announces that the of lic opinion recorded at tie polls ia favor of prohibition did not represent such a proportion of the electorate as would justify Introduction by the government of a prohibitory Operators and operators and miners of the Pittsburg district held another conference on thick and thin vein differentials bat could not Rouse is visiting his grand- mother in Mt Vernon for a few Tornado in Indian Oklahoma I. March A fierce tornado struck this place this wrecking several buildings and damaging two hundred No- body was severely Horrible March A horrible dy occurred at five miles from London Herbert a leading church member murdered his wife and two children and then com- mitted It is reported that he committed the crime because the tor ordered him to quit Disastrous Mountain March The most disastrous fire ia the history of this place occurred tils Eight fine business blocks were en- tailing a loss of March The Marysville Woolen Mill was damaged by fire last nigM to the extent of 000. Frank a bicycle rider was overcome by the smoke and burned to General Says Conditions on the Island are Critical and He Hasn't Half Enough Troops to Control the San Porto March The real situation in Porto Rico is not People in the states regard Porto Rico as a sort of haven of The war department has just requested of General Henry that he immediately report how many regular troops he could spare from the The regular regiments that remain are so scattered that in many places where there is necessity for a strong force only a guard can be and territories where there are continual meetings and the est evidence of discontent at American rule are General Henry is in a He has only three regiments of the Eleventh the Nineteenth infantry and the Fifth two batteries of the Fifth heavy need twice the troops I said the general at his residence in San of the easy victory of our troops here m the war and the apparent friendliness of the natives to American soldiers they invaded the a notion prevails in the states that there is little necessity for a strong force to maintain order in thj The idea is j conditions here are These people have been given every 1 but they have thrown them are clamoring now for local They are no more fit for local than I am to run a More troops are needed in the The seeds of planted by agitators are rapidly growing and can be kept down only by a strong military ill feeling between the natives and the American troops to grow stronger every The ican have to maintain the greatest vigilance to their men from wreaking vengeance on the and on thp native for acts of violence that are committed against the General tration in Porto Rico by giving all the towns and cities self-government and by turning over in a great measure the keeping of the to the native police He has been forced marily to depose the Alcalde and the of many of the towns and turn the local government over to army Numerous clashes occurred of between American troops and thp Quite a number of Sam's boys have been wounded in these and Michael Burke of New was DEATHS Covering Entira Period of War With March tant general of the army has issued the following official statement ing the number of deaths reported to the war department between March 1. and February 28. 1S99. covering entire period of the war well as the greater portion of the casualties resulting from con- with the Killed in 329: died of 125; died of CLAIMS OF DEWEY'S Want Head Money and Prize San March H. of who returned from the orient on the steamer has 1100 claims of the officers and men of Dewey's fleet for head The claims are to be filed with the Court of Claims in The head ey for Admiral Dewey and his officers and men will aggregate or per head for the 1S75 officers and men of Admiral The prize money will amount to pins the salvage of three sels recently The money will be distributed by the United States District GRAY'S SUCCESSOR 1 Delaware Legislature Fails to Elect a U. S. March will have only one United States ator the next two A conference between the Democrats and Republican members of the came to naught do propose to asked the you support Senator Gray or give him votes more in recognition of hia services to the nation at this critical we will support him to a This was declined by the but they if the Democrats wanted to weed out to give them one more opportunity by taking up Colonel for whom some of the assemblymen had ex- pressed a desire to The crats said no to and the result is that they are voting for ever they while the regulars have again brought Colonel Dupont into the OUR NEWEST ISLE Naval Officers Describe Conditions in March The navy department has received a dispatch from a naval officer connected with the Bennington regarding the conditions in the island of The report de- scribes conditions at Flour is difficult to Butter and are not good owing to the warm Chickens and eggs are The beef is poor and no sheep are raised There are plenty of sweet potatoes and corn are cocoanuts breadfruit are the chief sources of food of the There is little fairly good clams and a very small oyster of sweet There are ty of wild ducks and other A FLEET IN CHINA Italy Will Send to Enforce Her Demands Russia Moves a Large Force Into Chinese Which May JLI Ch government has ordered more ing eight in to get in readiness to proceed to Chinese waters in tion with the demand of Italy for a concession ac San province of Che To dispatch from of the northwest provinces of says it is reported there from Chinese that a large force of Russian troops has arrived at the Russian for the on the in the Sari with the intention of seizing the 100 mile stretch of territory of the Mustagh which was left undefended by the Pamir boundary commission in 1S95. Its seizure by Russia would cause complications with Great China Makes Another March retaliation for blocking the extension of the French concession at the French and Russian ministers instructed their consuls to block the extension of the cosmopolitan refuses to extend the latter on the ground that the consuls axe not Dewey's New March 11. Admiral Dewey has been instructed to prescribe his own uniform for the exalted tion to he has just been His uniform under former when the navy has an would be four stars on hia the end stars being upon Upon his sleeves he would wear two broad bands of gold between which would be a band of yellow half the width of out- side POWDER IN THE It Exploded With Great But the Scholars March D. C. the teacher at Scotland opened the session yesterday there was a noticeable odor of burning der in the and minutes an explosion took place which shook the A rush was made for the doors and and all the pupils made their Investigation showed that during the night the lock had been torn from the basement door and a bomb with along fuse attached placed under the floor of the j The force of the explosion shook other buildings in the and parents hurried to the fearful lest their children bad been The school directors are making an i The March weather indications for Newark and vicinity Rain tonight and colder by Sunday  

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