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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - December 30, 1891, Cincinnati, OhioWhole no. 4330wednesday morning december 30. 1891�?twelve pages vol. I no. 25 about 12.000. Merobe of the Canton Corn say that mrs. Hexes installation As president is conditional to the determination of the Charco against mrs. Koons As a member of the corps. Mrs. Rex having declined to be installed to serve with mrs. Koons in the order. Never has a Case attracted such widespread attention in grand army circles a this one. And the Battle has apparently just commenced. The Principe is in the War have for years been prominent in women s Relief corps work in the men killed Frontier As serious and that the War depart ment was exerting itself to prevent further violations of the neutrality Laws by Garza a band of revolutionists. If necessary to prevent these men from crossing backward and Forward Between Mexico and the United states the entire Force under general Stanley a command will he distributed along the North Bank of the Rio Grande. It is believed at the War department that Garza a movement i gaining in the efforts of the United states and mexican troops to restrain and some officers recall the fact that Diaz the president of Mexico reached his present station through a revolutionary movement conducted across the b Uin Dary. Just a Garza a conducting his Campaign. Age a w Secretary Foster spent a Short time at his office in the Treasury department this afternoon for the first time since november 17. When he was taken ill in Dew York. He looks a trifle paler and thinner than when last on duty but said he was feeling All right again. He expects to attend the meeting of the Cabinet to Morrow but will not take Active charge of the business of the department for several Days yet. Speaker Crisp rested Well last night and is Batter to Day. \ representative a Flag health continues to improve. V v congressman Wright is somewhat better to Day but is still of defined to his residence. Sengers to death. Fora moment there was most absolute silence and then the most awful shrieks and groans were heard from the passengers of the car. Or. Gould does not know How he got out of the car. The unknown Man. Who is supposed to be either lawyer Johnes or lawyer a Gold watch numbered 73,615. There was also found a his clothing a baggage Check. No. 79, from new York to Dunkirk eight business cards of the firm of Johnes a Wilcox. Lawyers and a Small leather Case containing Brooklyn Bridge Herrick on the horizon of peace a bloodless War Between Canton created terror at Pontiac chilian situation re Mains death eleven in the Snow. And a third seriously wounded in s Railroad collision. Marque Tab. Mich. December 26.�?a collision Ocon rred at 8 30 p. M. Between two freight trains on the Duluth. South Shore and Atlantic railway by which two men were instantly killed and a third faulty injured. The Accident was Between Champion and Humboldt. The Champion operator had instructions to bold the East bound Copper train but neglected to pot out a Flag. The train rushed by. And on a Down Grade at the reverse curve nearly under the n. W. Overhead crossing met a West bound freight neither Engineer seeing the other train because of a thick snowstorm. Emil Van open fireman of the Copper train and John Harlo Oher. Of Cairo. Mich., Forward brakeman on the same train were killed outright while John Reany. Engineer of the Copper train had is Back and legs broken and died to night. The West bound Crew escaped injury. South Shore trains Are using the c. And 9, w. Track from Michigamme to is being until the wreck is cleared. A coroners jury was taken to the scene of the wreck this afternoon. All on account of an a Anonymous Sam stands firm in his demands for does he feel the �5 v responsibility five Hundred insane women shivering in the cold to Meir a Relief corps hatters ripped Ltd wide open. Hit to Fleetia Terrer from the be awful scene. V j a a pfc. A a a it it to i x thieves pick the pockets of Tito dead eerie work done by passenger a etto inf those caught a ski -. The woo Fri while the Asylum building went. The Rains a serious accusations made by Sash against the other and All a denied. Amid the hissing of the Pontiac. Mix. December main building. Eastern 1 Asylum a to night a Sinock Rains and nearly ail the a0 it contained Are huddled a tie in the surrounding Asylum not one life so far As know during the conflagration v Unce 10 30 this morning b poor lunatics who were of the bitter cold blizzard for h could be housed have suffer Many. Too. It is believed the Woods daring the e. Searching parties Are now them. The Lorn will not s500.00q. The Flag broke out of clock in the Attio in the to ii ill the Catt is x flames spread a filth great Rapi a a facial dispatch to tui re Quibar. 26.�?an Anonymous letter received by Ada f. Clarke past department president of the women s Relief corps of Ohio is at the Bottom of the scandal new raging intensely in corps no. �?~25. The letter referred to her in a disrespectful manner and ended with vile insinuations. 1 \ being one of cantons most respected ladies she naturally took umbrage at the insult. Prom trouble at the National encamp ment at Boston at which it is said she took quarters at a amp Ady hotel and sent mrs. Koons to a is a Day hostelry she suspected the sex department treasurer of being the author of the Anonymous screed. The letter was sent to a Cleveland expert accompanied by a Leaf from the sex treasurers Book. The experts report a sustained mrs. Clar Kcf a of boxy. Anda personal interview Between the two women waa the ref tilt smarting under the language used. Mrs. Koons immediately preferred charges of embezzlement against mrs. Clarke the amount being $68. In retaliation. Mrs. Clarke preferred charges of adultery against mrs. Koons. The place being Steubenville. Ohio and Detroit. Mich., a prominent local business Mgo. The head of a family. Being implicated. The drawing in of this Many a name caused such a juror that the charges were modified by mrs. Clarke at once implicating Only mrs. Koons. Up to to Day. The principals in the Cass have refused to talk. For personal reasons the local papers have Given but Bare mention of the ease Bat the Story in Friday enquirer has brought snob a number of tetters and telegrams from Xenia. Toledo. Dayton and other Points that one of the principals has opened her Mouth notwithstanding the fact that the Workings of the women a Relief corps Are us posed to to secret. Mrs. Koons. The sex treasurer of the department of Ohio was seen by an Inq Cibor reporter this afternoon she Wae in a great rage Over the adultery charge that had been made against her and said a a mrs. Clarke surmising that i 4, y Knox Ketly Samk into p0s8xssi0n of the fact against her and know Muir full Well that i. A department treasurer could be the Only one who Ronld possibly come into Possession of this knowledge trumped up this Anonymous letter charge against me in the Canton corps in order to Force me out of the order and thereby conceal the fact concerning her. Previous to this time the relations Between mrs. Clarke and mrs Eli were most harmonious. 1 am or tatty sur w your. December 25.�?the Accident h occurred of the new York Central Rar last right at a tin on the Hud As proved to be much greater than from As received last night. The official list the dead As Given out to right numbers to a a a i. I a a 4, thu Aba. I / a r a. N. Baldwin. New Yoke. 3. W. Polley of the firm of Geo. H. A Alley a co., Boston. A am Knight conductor. Van Arsdale. New York. Slocum. Lockport. N. Y. Could no to stand escape. A disaster with pro Babu lose of life luckily Avard on the new York. December 27.�?an probable loss of life was narrowly averted to Day on the sixth Avenue elevated Road by the High wooden guard rail that runs alongside the tracks. One of the engines lumped the track at Frk place causing a delay of one hour and a blockade that extended to Worth Street finally a train approached the blocked trains there was no perceptible lessening of Speed. The Engineer seemed oblivion of the blockade before him until within seventy five feet of the Rbar platform of the last car of the train in front then he put on the brakes. It was too late. The engine crashed into the rear oar. The passengers were thrown freon their seats. The rear car was derailed and but for the guard rails would have toppled Over into the Street below. No. One was Hurt there appears to be be Good reason for the Accident unless the brakes failed to work pro Perly. The company is very reticent about the a Drunken he hugged and kissed her i the hotel dining Boom and they wedded Story of a st Paul a Buckshot. Lennox. December 28.�?the fact that the Thievin and fugitive wife of Captain Clarence a. Osborne is the god daughter of sir Henry James has not served to protest her from the clutches of the Law a the degree that was expected a warrant was to Day issued for her arrest on the Charro of obtaining. Under false pretences the Check for �500 which Sheree lived from the jewelry firm of Spink amp son for the pearls stolen by her from mrs Hargreaves. The warrant described mrs. Osborne As showing her Teeth very much when talking Andas appearing rather like a jewess. It states that she May be by a lady and gentleman who were with her when she left her lodgings in monday. It is surmised that Spink a son have begun these prosecution proceedings. The Stolska jewels were restored to mrs. Hargreaves and the Spinks Are therefore �150 out of pocket a number of mrs Osborne s relatives who it was understood had undertaken to arrange a settlement of the claim of Spink it pc son for the �350, seemed to have been unsuccessful. Ujj Jahmi the waiting room at try Wens pathetic. Little Holmes soon of mis. A. M. Baldwin was a Yino run Bis Mother. Here bruised bul the child seemed i know How his Mother was. He now that she had been instantly be child bad bees sleeping in the a with his Mother. Two Young among the injured the passengers in the Gibraltar was Gould travelling Engineer of the Central. He was one of the three a amp Capo unhurt. He said that no Gibraltar had any idea of their til they heard the Roar of the st reas right behind them. The next t crash came Jis pm a rec pie than it takes to Tell the look so crashed right into the Sleeper was scalding the pan two thousand killed

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