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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - December 09, 1891, Cincinnati, OhioWhole a no. 4327wednesday morning december 9. 1891�?twelve pages vol. Lis no. 22 four men killed suit but answered quot i have nothing to say to the or. 8fhtngkr 8a1p quot the canvass for the speaker ship so far As i am concerned has Ben conducted upon the theory that Guod p cities required that the speaker ship should go to the North West and especially to the state of Illinois where it w it Tild contribute in some degree to the Success of the party in the presidential election election of 1892, but it seems that the representatives of the democratic party in Congress do not take that View of the question and. While i Lia 1 not to contemplated a Choice Between or. Crisp and or. the time arrived at which it was necessary for me to act i chose that course which 1 deemed would be Best for the interests of the democratic party generally. Or. Criso will make an Able and impartial presiding Ottimer. There will be no scenes of disorder or ruling which would cause any Democrat to regret that or. Crisp is elevated to this High position. I have always insisted that the office of speaker should be filled by a Man of judicial mind who would under All circumstances of excitement or Calm be Able to maintain order and preserve the dignity of the body. So far As the question of Tariff Reform is concerned. I have taken pains to satisfy myself that in or. Crisps election it will be presented As the Paramount Issue of the presidential Campaign of 1892. But there Are other issues which must be kept in View and especially that of Economy in Public expenditures. We must make a record in this Congress which Wilt convince the people that we Are m favor of an honest and economical administration and that no Money whatever should be expended except such As is absolutely necessary fur Public purposes. The election of or. Crisp will hot complicate the presidential contest. No candidate for president will receive any advantage or disadvantage from it. The National convention will be left perfectly free to Makei the Choice of on candidate uninfluenced by the result of the speaker ship Tine Todo Busine at the old 9tand without internal friction. It is believed that Crisp will tender to Mills his old plane at the head of the wars and Means committee and thus avoid any charge that his selection As speaker Means any backward step in the cause of Tariff Reform. At the same time it is equally Well understood that More Northern men will find places on the com Mattev than when it was organized by speaker Carlisle. At 7 30 p. To. Or. Springer and his twelve sturdy supporters held a secret conference at which or. Springer thanked his followers for their Loyal support and staffed his belief that either or. Crisp or or. Mills must be elected. It quot you gentlemen have been Loyal to said he. A you have made sacrifices for me. And it is now my time to be Loyal to you. I am prepared now of throw my influence and vote for either of the candidates that you gentlemen mar a sir to support As a unit. And i will do that with the positive understanding with Tho Man we May elect that i want nothing that i ask nothing for myself but that my friends must be Well treated. Applause a i leave you now gentlemen to decide upon the candidate you May desire to sup port As your second Choice and my vote and influence Are at your applause the result of the final and decisive vote was As follows Crisp. 119 Mills. 105 Springer 4 Stevens. L the detailed vote was As follows for Crisp aide son Alexander Allen. A Merman. Bacon Bankhead beet Nan. Benz Holeva Bentley , Blount Branch Bullock. Bala Bazey Byrne t Cadmus. Campbell. Castle , Craik Lacobb Ala. Co Krau Compton cow Lea Crawford com m i age Danzell Ujj Trovao. Dungan. Dunphy 1 Durbar Row cd minds Billot. Bum jbngltan., apes a Everett follows itch Forney Fowler eleven Hundred Rebe slopped from the living1by an Agency silent As the grave killed in Battle by the Imperial is selected on the thirtieth ballot to which his a mourned carcass has been running fight is kept up and no Quarter doctor who is Stock of the Light Ning method pillaging and slaughtering is the revenge of fleeing troop. A there shall be he backward Stop i Tariff Reform a and who says he does no to see Why so much privacy is maintained. Attempting to Etc Apo Tho victorious troops Many of Tho captives or. Crisp in his speech of acknowledgement London. December 7.�? the chronicles Shanghai correspondent telegraphs that the rebel have met a Complete and crushing defeat. He says a forty five Hundred Imperial troops met a Force of 3,000 rebels at a Point fifteen Miles from Hanyang the latter were very daring and had better cavalry than the Imperial forces who were compelled to move Back somewhat. Tim conflict which ensued was Long and stubborn. Finally there was a spirited charge from the Imperial Side. Tina threw Tho rebels into gon fusion. And they began retreating. Keeping up a running fight however. No Quarter was Given. Eleven Hundred rebels were slaughtered on Tho Field and those which on being overtaken were captured and immediately executed. The chinese general. Nich. Led the government for Era. They met the rebel at Chao Yang. The latter were 3.000 in number mostly Well armed. General Nich sent a body of troops through a Ravine with the View of out flanking the enemy then with the Maiu Force he a barged the rebels. Before charging his troops much sent a Volley into the rebel ranks which decimated but did not break them. The rebels fought bravely. For a time the struggle was doubtful. The rebels at this moment saw the flanking party. W Ith the courage of despair they threw themselves on the Imperial troops and pressed them Back. General Nich rallied his troops and led the final chars the Force he had sent around at the same time attacking the rear flank. The charge was irresistible. The mounted rebels turned their ponies to the North and fled in con Aston. Those on foot were shown no Quarter. 1 he Imperial Troope slaughtered them on every Side and whenever they found a wounded rebel they stabbed him to death. Those who surrendered As prisoners were immediately beheaded except several officers. Who were chopped to pieces. The fleeing rebels took revenues on the inhabitants for their defeat pillaging burning and slaughtering As they went Lack toward their desert fastnesses. At latest advice Tho chinese troops had not again come into collision with the insurgents. Mtr Huta Euy Dieury far bar Ca amt Tea a other Mimas the dying Groom officers of the House it i a \ a takers Charles f. Crisp. A Rke jams Kerr. Pennsylvania Seant-et-arms�?8.8. Yoder. Ohio Orkee Oery Charles h. Turner. New York a master Lycurgus g. Dalton. Indiana. Dispatch to Vara no onus. V r. Took. D. A. December 7,-at9 45 Toft Battle of the ballot ended in a for Corlos f. Crisp of Georgia and Omitty twe years he will pm Deover ont House of representatives ballots were required to Placo my nation a the democratic battens. Contest from Start to finish has been Tho moot intense interest end the ter mined on Tbs part of the managers re pm crib candidates. When the Aio Amod on saturday night it iras j atm air body a Battle leaders m the not were n ear to sub 4 there were Many features of the i that made the nomination of any too leaner candidates by no Means Bleu it fact it was not beyond the of probability that some new Candi tit that time presented to the eat by step into the Arena and carry off l every argument and device that s employed by honorable contest Charles Frederick Crisp the new speaker. Fiends beheaded. Shanghai december a Tho situation of affairs in the districts overrun by rebels shows no Siena of improvement. A Mon go Lian Prince has been murdered by that rebels and ten More villages have been looted. In ail cases the christians have been massacred. The murderers style themselves members of the temp Ranos league. The government has not been entirely inactive. A number of rebels have been captured and beheaded. European intervention is anxiously looked Forward to by the Christian population. Off brigands to Cmar confirmed by Britt an minister. London december John Walsham. British minister to China in a Telegram to the foreign office confirms the report of an outbreak of brigands assisted by a secret association West of jewel and beyond that great Wall. The minister says a possibly the insurgents have also been joined by chinese Mebs Medina from Mongolia. It is reported that two or three important towns have been captured and that hundreds of natives have been massacred. There is no reason to believe that any europeans have been killed. The 6.000 picked troops which the government has dispatched to the scene ought to be Able to quell the rising. No credit should be Given the sensational stories daily Sot afloat. There is one British gun boat at Tien Tsin. And another has ascended the Yang tse Kiang to is Nang this Region is or state great excite Mejt. Tha crowd demands the Belausa off the imperilled prisoners but Only the women Are old go. Up boat Bigpatch to thi a Rouia Columbus Ohio december 8�?3 a. fire spread through the two upper stories of the prison and the volume of water thrown drenched the entire building soaking the cell rooms beneath. Of the 111 prisoners eleven were females and during Tho height of excitement it was thought Best to turn these out. The female prisoners were let Loose and. Notwithstanding the cells were being drenched the male prisoners although they yelled lustily for Liberty were kept locked up. The firemen assured the police that there was no danger of the fire reaching the cell rooms and on this Assurance tax folios refused to let the male prisoners out. The scene was one of indescribable exp Dement and hundreds of people gathered outside of the prison and cried vociferously for the release of the unfortunates within. The spectators feared the flames would reach the cell rooms but on being assured by chief Heinmiller that a the prisoners were not in danger ceased their demands that the prisoners be released and turned in with a will to assist the firemen with their work. The firs is now under control and indications Are that the Joss will be confined to the upper stories of the prison. The origin of the fire is a mystery. Commercial treaties a terrific Battle la which six Hundred rebels including their Lander Ara killed. Loudon. December a a dispatch from Pekin says a quot the Chines government has received an official report from brigadier general Nieh. Commanding the troops in the Kin Chow Dio strict announcing that be engaged and Defeated the rebel of november 37 mad 21 killing their Leader and 600 men. The general commanding the Imperial forces at Jebo also announces a successful engagement with the from the Kansas Alliance. To Ruslen wasted int Tho Peoples party will us tie the big a Tjas. Topeka. Kan., december la the Peoples party Central committee this morning gave to the publican address of 5.000 words. A Large part of the address is taken up with the old time Wail of distress but the announcement is boldly made that the Peoples party intends to organize As a political institution a and use All legitimate Means for our the committee reviews the election returns. Claiming that the Peoples party polled 6.288 votes More than were cast for Willetts and that the republicans polled 23.-000 less than were cast for Humphreys. The action of the democrats has made the committee indignant and it serves notice that fusion is out of the question. In discussing the results of the recent Industrial convention at Toledo and Indian apus. The committee declares they were eminently satisfactory and particularly encouraging to the Peoples party. The Farmers Alliance the knights of labor and other organizations Are declared to be political though not partisan organizations. The claim that the Peoples party is composed of anarchists and obstructionists is answered by the charge that this is an insult to the Rural population of Kansas which controls the new party and composes its membership. A 0amival off blood to defeat off Tho Ciao to Bahai was Cra it cd lok Poh. December 7.�?li Hung Chang Tho Viceroy has telegraphed the chronicles Shanghai correspondent con firming the new of the utter crushing defeat of the rebels. The merciless horde attacked and set on fire several org Anages an awful holocaust was the result. Tho terrible scenes were enacted along the roads along which christians fled from the assassins. Many who became exhausted dropped by the Roadside and died. The course of their flight is marked or corpses half a Aten by Doga. Judge Tyder s selection a 8orgeantat-arms a most popular one. Special dispatch to the knt Vibha. Washington. D. Cd a december 7.�?the selection of judge Yoder for the position of ser Geant at Arras is one of the most satisfactory results of to Days work. He made a Campaign for the place that was shrewd and pub him far in the Lead before others entered the lists to contest. Judge Yoder was a popular Democrat in the fifty first Congress and he enjoyed the full Benefit of this when he came up a a candidate for the position to which he has bs1n now nominated. There was also a sentiment that his usefulness in Ohio politics would not be lessened by recognition of Bis services in the past. Many times since judge yet it der announced Bis Eam Lindaey other aspirants entered the yield. But they ail retired with one exception. After canvassing his strength. The exception was Kex congressman Jerry Murphy a popular member of several congresses in the past. However the supp Btkos and workers of the Ohio candidate outnumbered those of the gentleman from Iowa As the sequel shows. 6ince saturday judge Yoder has made his Headquarters in the room of the committee on military affairs which is convenient to the Hall of the House. He has been surrounded in these quarters by Many of his Ohio friends and to night. When Liis nomination was announced it was jubilantly received. Isaac r. Hill. Of Newark not unknown to Ohio politics will be appointed to his old place As assistant sergeant at arms. Started for Rome the Cathelis Church to i stares itself i Lahore matters. Sub Chat dispatch to thi inc tax. St. Louis. December 7.�?mgr. 0bryen. Of the papal household will leave this City tomorrow for Rome. He will carry to the Pope the result of the in Sholio Council of this City together with the nominations of the now archbishop the Rev. John Ben Nessy. Of Dubuque lows and the five new Bishops for the West it is understood that archbishop Ireland of st. Paul who is to Start for Rome in a Short time is to co for with the Pope on matters pertaining to Tho labor question ii this country. The a amp thou Church will devote particular attention to the working classes Aad Tho social question daring the year. _ the bodies of Tho victims off tha Fremb Coal my a a disaster Ara bae Onorad. Paris december 7.r-a sad scene is being enacted at the Mouth of the puts de la manufacture. The mine belonging to the st. Eiienne Colliery company where the explosion occurred yesterday. Since Midnight fifteen bodies Nave been taken from the pit. There Are yet twelve bodies in the lower gallery. The rescuers Are making their Way As rapidly As possible toward them and it is expected that they will shortly reach and remove them. The president another mine horror. Amp it with Tho legislature. Iva Cial dispatch to the Kkt Dubu. Youngstown. Ohio. December 7.�?judge King. Chairman of the Republican state Central committee was asked this afternoon what the committee would do regarding the contest of senator Briceus seat and said the matter would be left entirely with Tho Ohio legislature which would probably take such action As would bring the inquiry to the attention of Tho Benat. Fatal rail War wrack. Calcutta. December 7.�?thirty-four persons have been killed and Many injured in a railway collision Between Sooltan and Lahore. The trains in collision were mail trains. All the european who either by gift Ditth
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