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Derrick (Newspaper) - January 7, 1899, Oil City, Pennsylvania MEflBER ASSOCIATED PRESS THE OIL CITY DERRICK TUB WEATHER FAIH Snow colder ESTABLISHED IN 1371 NO 8450 SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 7 1899 PRICE THREE CENTS WOULD HAVE NO SECRETS DEFENDED THE BEEF Will BE UNITED STEADY WQRESS NOTED DISCUSSIONS IN CABINET TRIP TO HARRISBUQ MR OF Colonel Sisarp Found no Chemical Prcpara 1 tlcns In That at 1 Camp Thomas ATTEMPTS TO BOLSTER UP AT ILOILO business anJ liuiuMriat Reports Supriij injjly Excellent for the Beginning I of a New Year WOODS ARRIVAL AT WASHINGTON WILL BE Drmerrds That all Information Askru for Should b Given to That Body His Reso lution Agreed 16 Mr Caff try Speaks on the AntiExpansion Resolution liner Legislators l York Jan iR CS Dun Cos VVcfrXly ol suy to inorrcrw yoir vhls thy kijul hy Mr IKijir cu riJiy iJr kh had 01 j lu Kko I 1111 biai ii ihr Utility uf iivth bif Lsui u jjv vL n in tin A nay iur wiiii K Inis t ilr Arc Cited by at the as an IVjM Evidence of their Intention to Reslst jiTrri 10 American Occupation naoos Now thr Hiu Capital City From Whence ail Orders Joitjc j priffs In thfiron suul Mr ilustry about 1 itr eem witunut iii ia pi fxifct Tii 1 Will Have Charge oi the Numeral HusrU at Awaited Before Any Further Action fa Hurrisbufg Jur foUnv Taken In the Matter of Transferring ylvania will he furnished eMith TwftnTyflrst Government Monies Collected at Cuban Ports to HavanaAcumaMoA Repre sentative Recognition SHU A DEEP MY3TE8Y AO CLUB TO SENDER OF THK PQISOS WHICtt KILLED Irs Adams in New York Though it Is Believed iUUmpts Were bv tbfc Same Hlscrcsnt Everv Xtrjhi Jui to thr Si iiri strong with an Auitr if iii the jirtiviresof Luzuit Mnny thousand cars art IV1 at the pwvjjOsn by orders at PUtsllUljj UtfiI j Innu d Sf haul n rskitfHiw movvd that the resolution vroiKkr iuid uf ill tli 2cfTrvof to thut MR HOARS SKUEK Mr Prwtdrnt vbivt to tuvh u ietrtuo nf It srems 10 OUUL ta liavr vlvi r by ibti if in v Thimas and iin tr iho lef rVrril uul not 10 my or Wf tithart In rirto Maul hart iiissxVKd uiv of vf Kt Arroyo irul thui vits oi1 li hoilfr t the poli in ad of my they fought only fur the jstVrn it iind inktn for iiKricultuml works at j in d Chicagn ion raUs takcn ty j Kaiiway wnipany Enplsttti orilvr oiri iconmotlvfcs from Bntrtwhi i iVotn and mxiiii other Uomf and foTtign ortifrs HJJSU reponed ThtdemutRd JiaR been enirr nt iho besriuulnjE1 of the ytar than i dnjjt Major Genital Liemsv U Snov Jan Its j mundlnK n wtl liriiitic f Mday sjuciuj o2i orffiittliuiJoua jr ttm Xutio ut affairs in Cuba j 01 IVnnsjliari partlripazinff in sonur of tile Troops win funiiih own subyiit tlit poiicy of the Kovernrticni with j enoe No for inTSi iiror in istr to nnmey colj titvidxial pay vill te inndt ii s out believed that Owicral j ptitabJe to ihln cccnslor nniy be who is In iXmmaml at by tht atihitant s of Uie rtrdftjrriim nhilru noneoi upon PrfJrrU MiKir I ho Kiipjiios tsstn by M tiur Offiiarai Otis the Ini lwW Ilvffe Is jiatti savs woolen munnracmrtr has it similar hits boi ihiil4 ave it frwbarrtisamunt W ofjiioHo Mii thrrrare cnly ACOXCILLO ASKS KBCOQXIT1ON Un but in aisy event nothing will be in ihr ruuttT vinttl Cieiieral AVocw ar here Nothing of sjwdal L received by the from Vork Jan neupotnta developtd today the jwMson mys j Prof ttmhrUrie found thttt Knt nows powder inxft with the cyanlfli niyiciiry in fnise bot lt sent iv lliirry Cornish mum number PIT cornnuny to fy ported will bs officers and fnli HeglnicntaJ music for this ovc not excecU 10 ma LITTLE HOPE POR riR DINGLEV srtn such c tlin Pan siaM innnit inrriiru ifrisoTiuor bvf Port tnJlS hIftni tlitsss front our ajrainst ys ayo i f i s i i PlCllt if tflsi 1 illltl TitJllfV cii 1 nu u riin rt Tallin nn fni as ef the Filipino Condition Reported as fluch More Serious HINTS OF for the year this mrani a has uyfctnl to brivcofiniiwl by j the liuted Sttites an such and tu be at j fonkti tint same rishts as clhar I v 3Us rwiuwt B now in the hiuids of or This id considcied importuit absolutely ooruun that the ininsjof ijoistu to Curm U vai one and ttio men i with ilie of uyanide qf rner sion to Henry Crussmon Batcett ia a nowtlrr bos The of lloliusd P Mollneux is now very ill Her comUUo was reported pitUblr u her LCTTER Mrs MoIIneux knowledge dur ftepn Iwhn has Jan ixniltioit oC iny ihe tiny tbat uo ixibce had fGtjnd a letter sftnied WiUi Blanche ten byMrs Molineux to MT Banzet oiui that this letttr Juid submitted to a expert lor comparison xviUi anji urgeil thitL It j Thv vf to riicnlty Jruch Ryv iir to suHiy aH ther Ugbt tbat youU by biidp ff prints Ifcurch This 1 rt of invMnjiiicci LJJ wH ha arJ Mill Tti Fit humitt s of j jnrper rhtn jin an emergency f FiiJpUiOR IP Soot The vhcut raftvtjaifnL hi5 TO it Thy States ptmlwuU has Tvhiob known for wheat and mm r actions asainst Syiutiah and Atlaniir exports of I In opti imd Mr swurfril thrj Firviufts a 1f octfck this idis that th importscur with esports of or a upon the mnrains1 and A flnalof an npuMifr hxvint arWould of the Interior fur information mutcul hatl art bv tlo Turts ihiii 10 irrnn many c i ardarevi North ajul wilt leave Saiiti tomar row MURDEKOLS ATTEftlPT FOILED concprniRg1 the eurilnti ef itetO and fallfis frfi tbo Chippewsi rvTVaUon Mr Cxitvry hvi he joiat offered b Mr but the Amcricunrf kept tl e public QtrmM MH rsonav Barbarous Maltreated and Poreed to Leave Colonel Richardb General BerlinJan recffvetf here to sanerai htus arrUea here from iliiy from jviaivhon the Rico Siuitia ro and Clenfupgtsa tied settlement In the province of Slum i Ha ifaf3 Tung China finvtdetail oC un General Bates iruh the Ofiia Thfc biliopr wert of Western Nw York TjlVit of Ontrrt of Kew Pfnlck of Rlchnocd of snrl oi Hhody DuiUey of fvvntuytfiy was oulclnttnjr ai hr th of have bvtn no fliilry inio th hnslo principle oi this jo KplsJOlcr lnl Eiiv rrtT ri Kw iorX lltjmi Ny iltstiVp MiVitKcr of RhuIi HOVR RACE ON an cnitrraons nilnncc in diifr I I country ind ijnkl imports hiisJn THE QUAY CASE be Rendered Today PhiJmJerlphia Jan climax of tin r j Oiniy Conspiracy bltjs fair to be ANTICIVIL SERVICE VICTOftV Appropriation for the Conimisjficn Struct i Out cf House BHL risjority of Smoky Ciiy Companies Arc In eluded In the Corporation iirfEOrj af ryiiinj mid a re for W Pierce of Boston i ii ht hiring rttldn ihal Jan rTh a bill i rJ ilnd vvhtl the a rrr incivil itv IMJI bn wins crn a ppromltinlr if a of A rlrj or wil in irii M ff JVH wiiich Wiis won nv R K Ciil NluirNv U or ihkiffi Of B i irifr whnflf fauntf by the unly failed o crtrft t Pa Jan niinusl r i sf tjir Banking of today PJIS Il4tfnis by o tiiHt uftiiliyxiatlnn would tw sure The woman rost from hor bet In terror Price ktiDTkctl hvr down tind hr mouth uvrr thLx Must before was Courts Drclslon Probably fvtrcome by the thut into mrtutli loudly A nien in ij nivarby hfanl Ife broke open njid prevented the murder of ine inaji and suicide of The woman wna i the Buprame Court room In morrow If decision of the court be the dftfcnduBts the cayo will once t more takft it COUTSA In of Quar ter Sessions if tho court Krauts the vrrit certlorart aa prayed for thti case bfl taken to another court or omof the Justice of the Supremo Caint Itself rmjy bo to fit trial The Ignited States transport Manitolia7 Iius arflverl st ilatanzius trom ion The TJnlteci Tnilitary ooiQ ere pure n farewell concert and L the Trncha hotel night A of dlatlnguluhecf Cubans and were present upconscious but will probably recover Price whom the had not seriously nf was arrefltou DUCKWORTH CLUB BANQUET bvforo he a j Jeckson Day Celebration Kzld Early to Se cure Prrtence inriill Jan Purkworth club ktnc Colonel GllKostn traltvs ii number if to improve th system of on AN INTERVIEW WITH ESTERHAZY DrcHfuc Persecutor R Vtry tamely IQ fits rioUaod Retreat London Jan Doily News pub Hshes this mominj an interview whlcha in court special correspondent In Upland has had ia to iiraeilciHysettle jwlt1 Major ConUe Vcnlinand E the question of the United SenaI5nazy iheDrejfn botdereaw torial W NiuvR Cy Burns 11irMf Wrrt niKtfn Frank Mbrt N banquet in Chicago tnmormw nitrht j to th jfivtra mnnj notable banqysts but the most dtatln1 says T found him In a dccllncrt to j smjUItypical Dutch hotel Htsfacft be ami hitlawyer were anile l tne raxagcs the arxletv of re j cent months and he is tefiblv londv H f told me IIP hatl hardly spoken to any ono flJuce ho left Knsriajid He declined to anythingalwut the Inqulrv now In OHIO MINERS CONVENTION c Thi v tThPlr f nnd O Wilson unrl of five rents in Ennand ho had been continuiUJ Maytvr TaW KtUvarti KltKi and I prior of mining There nmount m threitfcncd and insulted in Holland f nn1 the nmibrr f ipl i To ftvrase d H Jackson the jyticst of hrnnr Ohio Ulllinm 1 Brjnn was amid vpntlnn will Inslructed on aU CROKER AN aXPAKSIONIST Amonw points Flnlny Oiway J Cfwwovc J Tirvin ruid and Kern The Tammany Han Says 16 to i is a Dead Issue A riiU Ml r jjjtnritv into hJa B Kcw York Jan A statement ven out tonlsht by nichird In PAMC NARROWLY AVIiRTHO ior tils btatcmrnts NT WORKS CA I THE KEWS BRIEF nnt of K 1 DuCharlottf X C Jail 7 pni ncNointitirK tvi t Omjoyw Pofni ie in a block nwtr the N J bsntifij this niniJiiK toccllitr center of Iho city At I oclock th wllli n ivas Irjnncd ai the I story of ShawHowell Her IT ihc rtrm in this nty that i npss company is completely oonftumfld rrmnjtpf r f nr n hlnk h H i iixc ic vniir Mihi Lvrrty Knm IITI lill in hfh ill nf ho I her in m pnl mo BIG TELEPHONE COIBIiSATION is not yet tinker control as a W Va Jan ExCon C P Dorr ivhp lias ar ARCHBISHOP OOiNO Tl Iiinhni Jun Thf Unmr rrM wifl is r he niibMmiiftn of tr irr on ATncrlcanlfm and viii V MIMSTtRS liUd x Mr firttnt in Tli H irrivii I Rl t hr pn Mrs Ra i man WILL JOIN THi CZAR rrply of IonJ S Of INFANTRY OOfS n the Ircnrh or any of ciwivc nnscisiiniiM Rt Slintmhal bur ynsiim of linn df Tor hfoIs of at the fo retire minicifr iirrr Sir tJutin formally mlnlnc ami tax n Sin to raakf a Lest ciuic from New York and bound AV Vo thn Jersey Central It at iirst bf 1 timt tho lost in but it is now Inllovcd that they inspectors are in iho case London Jan bailor fcoln l ihf Cntholfca in CnhiL finrl ihft pitli IlewltLs shipbuilding yard ac The VaKcrui hnpp tiiU MA JSurkins burst tonny and tho suporln nMIon exiftint rtrrhbiJwp I anrt olCht nwn Wjfro McKinlcy win conTribuiVio AIjmt wom the bonrfit of the Cathnllt pomff fatally The 1KK1IR5 of Hit dead friihtfiiMy mutilaod The whota ship Pi Y TO CAPTV1N TUP c i works vrtts A WHS n i If frtliml drad the scono of tho O Jan K Ely u diwistor A number of men and boyn are n 5lnrit In honsw hsilf a nr captain of thp tcnm salary mile away were shatteicU noait Ohtn
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