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   Newark Daily Advocate (Newspaper) - May 18, 1899, Newark, Ohio                                NEWARK DAILY volume 61, No 30 MAY Ib 1899. 25 Cents a K ANTI-AMERICAN Feeling Increasing in Cuba at an May Gomez day issued a manifesto advising the Cubans to lay down their arms in to the Many believe that attitude is The campaign against him is very The anti-American feeling is increasing at an alarming Almost every town in the inter- ior Deports trouble resulting from to the American Storm at ASPECT Affairs is Now Favorable Cabled Otis From Manilla 0., May 18.-A hailstorm JO BE ANOTHER PEACE MOVE Of unusual severity swept over field yesterday afternoon doing erable Lightning struck the residence of Prosecuting Attorney W. H. Bowers and the residence of Ms Washington Officials This Time SlOW law T. F. doing much but did not Mr. was sitting on his porch when the bolt but he was not Mrs. Black was severely The two residences are more than a mile apart and were struck at almost the same Frank more than a mile in another of the was struck and Mrs. ane and the children were severely Becoming Enthusiastic as They've Been Fooled the Jungle Lawton's Men ing May following The house was only slighly Manilla cablegram was received from The remarkable General Otis this of insurgent net and are in mountains 12 miles north of San was abandoned loth inst. They will send commission tomorrow to seek terms of Majority of enemy May contest for j jng MacArthur at San Fernando has moderator of the Presbyterian to tearing up two miles Assembly is becoming Seven Of This force has decreased are now R. F. to Scouting parties are nomenon is that it was the second storm within 24 Sample In the pie York seems to be in the lead Keeping Things May amalgamated convention refuses flatly to give out the news of the The committee reports were read this The most important was that recommending the wage com- mencing July 1. Oa a May can be stated that if the joint high sion reconvenes it will only do so a complete abandonment of the old which proved to be unsuitable to the of a complete moving today in various Kobbe is with the column at on Rio Great majority of in- habitants in the province over which the troops have moved are anxious for supported by members of the in- Aspect of affairs is Mar day's news from the Philippines seems to give ihe best grounds for the hope of peace yet the officials are very slow about becoming They have been fooled Even if ihe peace negotiations should suffer no further Interruption would con- time to conclude them owing ment and our government will have j to the nature of the distance between some sort of assurance in advance of j those conducting the of the May ad- his column to San Luis last night and resumed the advance at day break It was discovered this that the insurgents in front of General MacArthur's position ed during the It is supposed have gone further up the cession that may be expected from the other the lack of it is caused the failure of tee first To Relieve the May col- umn reached San eight miles up the Rio meeting with slight One maa was wounded during a brush with the in- At daybreak the Americans began a further advance toward about six miles up the river be- yond San The insurgents along General front evacuated their positions during the moving further up the The Twenty-third infantry has sailed on the transport Leon XIII for Jolo island to relieve the Spanish rison v Another May bad storm swept over northern be- ing Accompanied by bail and a heavy At Norwalk and Bucyrus the rainfall was 4 inches The fall of bail was trees were blown windows broken and havoc was caused among telegraph and telephone At Upper Sandusky several houses were Sew May The western Ohio Telephone increase of capital stock from to the Western Paper Box tal stock the Athens Gaslight and Electric ment enlarging the Butler Automatic capital stock the First Free Methodist Church the Canton Hard Rubber capital stock In Common Pleas The case of Annie vs. the lage of was on trial to the Court and jury Plaintiff sues to recover damages for personal injuries received in stepping off of a sidewalk in the Village of Hebron on the 29th of Defendant claims that it is not responsible for sidewalk being in tie condition it was in. and that the injury was due to the plaintiffs own fault and Col- H. Kibler for Judge S. M. Hunter for defendant After the plaintiff had rested her the Conrt sustained a motion Jo arrest ihe testimony from the jury a verdict was directed for the ant. John Tucker vs. James F. ter on a motion to make an- swer more definite and Elenor Ritier vs. William Jenkins et al. a suit in judgment of dis- missal set aside and cause reinstated on i May the Fil- forces are disintegrating is from General cablegram to the war General who was ing the line of the retreat along the Rio has flung cis at last was resting at San northward about 12 has taken San the second gent still pressing the enemy The fact that he is few losses in his forward although in almost continual contact with the is proof of their utter According they still continue to throw up but General Lawton's strategy outflanks each position in ing them in full retreat and giving them no opportunity to reconstruct their scattered It will soon be the mountains or the sea for the The situation of the insurgents MacArthur's division drove them back along the line the road to Dagupan en the bay of as far as All effort to impede his progress by the tion of bridges were The insurgents were forced out of their strongest Simultaneously General Lawton moved to tie right in a wide detour toward the eastern limit cf open with the intention of faming the enemy's position and crushing him between the two Although unsuccessful in Jhc to make good its was compelled to abandon the line of re- treat the railroad and retire up the Rio The by this displayed considerable adroitness ia the art of as it made it incumbent upon the cans to get their supplies to the front along a new This had been com- easy along the line of the railroad wikb had been repaired as the troops The thange in tie line of retreat of the Filipinos stopped ad- vance for Supplies were seat forward op the Rio in under the cort of the gunboats commanded by Major The latter re- ported to bave 1.500 men with designed for tbe of The probably having ar- rived at a point opposite whose along a Continued on fifth TO AVOID USED HER People's Party Maps Out Plans for Woman Vigorously Resists an At- the Kansas May national organization committee of the People's with the indorsement of the tional Reform Press lias issued an address to the Populists of the These two common ob- ject is to keep the Populist party in the middle of the avoiding fusion with other political parties every had been in session here since Tuesday and the adoption of the ad- dress concluded their All was not harmony among these and only after long and heated discussions was an address agreed A hard fight was made to secure the indorsement of Wharton Barker and Ignatius ly for president and vice president in 1900, but this the committee refused to a thorough of the ers in every section of the country is with the understanding that they shall enter the next national with the present Populist The alleged fusionist tendencies Marion chairman of list national are provided against in a clause which authorizes the national organization committee to call a national convention if they shall be convinced that the national man or the national committee aYe playing into the hands of the Too Much Private May The Illinois Steel company has informed the department that it will not bid on ar- mor for battleships and cruisers owing to the heavy pressure of private The decision occasions regret in naval as it is desired to have the competition as general as Writing Paper May is stated that the writing paper combine with a capitalization of is almost an accomplished Appraisers have visited Wisconsin and gone over stated to be the Fox River and the Plover Paper companies mills at Appleton and Plover Five Will May cyclone which swept over the little city of Montpelier will prove fatal for at least four of the children in the schoolhouse at West There were 24 people in the one of them escaped without The building was The Miss Flossie is probably fatally The following are fatally ence Nettie Lucy Fay the Harrisburg May cf the committee appointed by the house ol representatives at the recent session to prosecute those persons charged with bribery in connection with the contest for United States and the McCarrol jury submitted to District Attorney Millar the taken by the legislative committee and a certified copy of the house resolution for the CLEMMER HANGED TODAY At for Murdering a of Celebrated Case tack of Three Union May of a at Haynes near leached Three a Mrs. Mrs. Edwards and Miss waylaid a Mrs. Covington and attacked her with upon the latter drew a knife and Mrs. Mattox through the t. killing 1-er Mrs. then plunged the weapon into the back and lungs of Mrs inflicting fatal The tragedy grew out of a among the children of the and the Way Out Can May 18. The se Anti-Imperialist tion held a attended meeting and listened to a by Edward After dwelling upon the dangers of an imperialist Mr. Atkinson is one way and that way is by agreeing among the great naval and commercial powers of world to neutralize the Philippine ands and to aid them in. establishing an orderly and to open on equal terms granted to all to the commerce of the May A. Clemmer was hanged today for the murder of Mrs. Emma Kaiser in Octo- 1896. Clemmer Charles the woman's to get hen thousand dollars insurance on her Clemmer shot Kaisei committed suicide awaiting cution for complicity in the Lizzie the famous in in the though got a light sentence because she made a clean breast of the thing Episcopalians Favor May tion of the Episcopal diocese of unanimously adopted a tion expressive of hearty with the peace proposition of the czar of and asking the bishop to re- member the session of the committee of powers in special prayers for their R. May W. the New York yachtsman win is associated with C. Oliver Iselin in the arrangements for the defense rf the America's said that he fully satisfied with the con- Mr. Duncan expects the races to be the greatest in the history of Fourth of May 18. Norwegians of Chicago celebrated the eighty-fifth an- of the Norwegian declaration of A banquet was at the Wheeler Will May ler will deliver a memorial address fore Edward Walking 113, Grand OB Memorial The lu New May At the sessions of the Mazet investigating committee James A. with whom Mr. Van Wyck admitted he had some business was put through a long series of Mahony admitted being a bookmaker but declined to answer the question as to whether be is conducting pool rooms Former Police Commissioner whom Major Van Wyck designated a declared that what mayor had said was absolutely Peruvian Marria May The ment has published a decree in ence to non-Catholic ties to such unions must state their re- ligion and declare under oath in the presence of two witnesses that they e never been baptized as contracting a civil of the refusal of the Roman Catholic church to grant a dispensation in case of difference of must proofs of the Three Young May Mrs. John wife of a sign artist of this has presented her husband with three The father named them and Schley in honor of the three naval of the late The mother and the three young rear ad- mals are progressing License Tax on Jefferson May 18. The senate passed and sent to the governor a placing a license tax of on all foreign corporations which desire to do business in the state in addition to the present It does not affect corporations now authorized to do business in the Drops New May 18. Mary 35, an fell dead of heart failure at her She was well known iu the theatrical world and had been on the stage for many in Shakespearian WEN Are Forming an Association the Hat Bird New May A number of wholesale millinery merchants of this city have incorporated the Millinery Protective to be a national board of trade for men engaged in their Among their standing committees are several to watch Particular tion be directed to resisting efforts to pass laws forbidding the wearing of feathers on Judson G. the counsel of the says that the feathers and images which are sold by milliners as feather ornaments are seldom or never the heads or bodies of the birds they purport to represent but are imitations made from the feathers of domestic Situation Today PEACE Conference at the Hague The Leading Nations are THE DISARMAMENT PROJECT PREY OF FLAMES Nearly Half a Million Lost to Chicago Lumber May a half lion worth of property was de- by a fierce blaze in the lumber Four large lumber firms by the and the combined loss probably amount to over The firms damaged S. J. son J. A. Gauger Hair Ridgeway Denounced RK May New York state ed resolutions denouncing as jle the actions cf citizens who have been giving aid and comfort to the enemy in the seeking to secure a prolongation of war and bloodshed and creating discontent and doubt among soldiers and sailors ia active Restriction of Laws Civilized Mediation and Americans Will Not Mix in European The May peace con- ference opened at 2 o'clock this after- The Dutch foreign minister De was temporary chairman and he welcomed the lations were sent to the Mr. De the Hussion then took the The conference was divided into three sections for discussion respec lively of the three dis- humanizing and The journalists were allowed to report only the opening May Kinley sent the following to Czar Nicholas of Russia send my heartfelt congratulations on the opening of conference at Tho which had its origin in the en- lightened and generous mind of your May prediction for Newark and vicinity Fair fair May strike tion is critical Bishop Quigley is to effect a compromise which allow the and freight handlers to go to work Most of the scoopers are satisfied with his but ihe minority headed fcy a few holding out for the whole hog or At the meeting last the majority of the scoopers agreed on certain points recommended by the but the minority strong and may make The of union is being made nut day from which workmen be sen. if the proposition is lived up Letter Carriers May have struck and Mrike is spreading to other The men greatly The cause of ihe strike is the failure of the bly to pass a Premier Dupuy threatens to ihe distributing in the hands of a private 1 Live news on every The May the gates to the international peace con- ference have The city is decorated with foreign flags de- noting the various national M. Van former Dutch minister of foreign gave a ner to introduce the foreign Baron De Russian ambassador to Great is permanent dent cf the The ings were opened by M. De minister of foreign affairs of the Three commissions will be named to arrange programs for The first relates to restrictions of ments and military The second deals with the laws governing civilized and the third with mediation and A great mass cf diplomatic documents will be submitted en these The American it is under- will carefully abstain from ing in purely European but will take an earnest part in the dis- cussion of the application of tration and in the Ge- neva rules for the protection of field giving also special attention to the abolition of privateering and the protection of all private property from except contraband cf this policy being the same as adopted by Benjamin Franklin in negotiating the treaty with Frederick the Great and successfully urged by Presidents James James Benjamin Harrison and William Many Women May of Mrs. May Wright Sewall president of the International Council of to the reported lutions passed at 68 different peace meetings held in the following Georgia Rhode New York and and at D. C. maries of the reports show that 27.482 women were AI these by actual count Mrs. Sewai one considers the brief time than three since this in support of The Hague Conference one mus concede that it evinces and A of meetings will ilrs interest into active American May Daily News publishes the following dispatch from The Americans here in- clude Robert P. Porter and an agent of the commercial anxious to push American trade with The latter is bound for The Americans believe that the extending of Russian power in Asia would The presence of harrows in Russian fields is only of many signs that the Americans better than England the afforded by the Russian There are nearly more notes and 000, more notes than there were three years For the May national Dewey home committee held a meeting n Chairman office and de- to send letters to all leading national banks and asking them to co-operate with the committee by receiving con- from the public and for- warding the same to the treasury at the Hot May dia- patch of General Otis of San Isidro by General ton and his forcing of the scattered in- surgent ranks into the mountains was here by the war The news it bore was so pleasing to President McKinley that he sent his congratulations to General MIND A BLANK So Far as Events to Accident are New K May cident which happened a few days ago has had a peculiar effect on the mind of J. C. of who is in. a hospital He was thrown from a carriage and sustained a concussion of the He has recovered con- and is rational in his but has lost all recollection of thing that happened prior to his in- He had to be told what his name wag and the members of his family all had to be introduced to him before he knew who they The doctors hopes by an operation to bring the lost memory rind May ican Association of Medical Physicians and Surgeons elected the following A. C. vice C. vice T. J. E. A. executive R. L. E. M. G. H. was selected as the next meeting Cooled OCT. May 18. Cuban emotion has taken a swift turn toward All the political groups and the 15 daily newspapers of Havana realize that a cessation of wild talk is Even the acrobatic members of the late military assembly went about soothing their excited The meetings of the National though largely were all the speakers advising calm reflection be- fore any movement is lest lent incidents might be precipitated by Copper His Gen. May a struggle a number of Policeman shot and killed Baiso Lio and seriously wounded Savero Lio and Frank The policeman says he was attacked by half a dozen men and being hemmed in. was compelled to use his The friends of the dead and wounded say the scooting was en- tirely without Odar of the resolution which passed last week removing tbe grand division of the der of Railway Conductors from Cedar Rapids to Des resulted in favor of Cedar and the quarters of the order will not be The mayors of both places and worked hard for their respective Christian May Central fic association announces round-trip for Christian con- vention at Detroit on July 5 of one fare going and returning by one and a fare and a third going one route and returning Several steamship lines will participate in these Gen. Force's 0.. May of the board of trustees of ihe Ohio and Captain A. M. formerly of 0., and for the past five or six years or more the adjutant at the was elected to fill the position of dant made vacant by the death of General Manning F.  

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