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Defiance Daily Republican (Newspaper) - January 2, 1896, Defiance, Ohio It pays to advertise in the daily Republican everybody reads it. If Ycu see it in a Rie daily Republican it in still i to be so. Vol. 2. Defiance Ohio Quot i thursday january 2, 1896. No. 203 in in i ii nothing new since Salisbury a answer to Secretary Olney. Work the commission Orsat i Tritant Hay indirectly participate. A Spain will not object to an examination Lier Archive. For information. Washington Jan. 2.�?no commune cation suggestion any kind regarding the venezuelan dispute has come to Tho United states from great Britain since lord Salisbury s answer to Secretary Olney Aud the question stands entirely the correspondence up to that time and the subsequent action con Gress. This disposes several reports including one that Queen Victoria a addressed a personal communication similar in tone to the one Smit by the Prince Wales expressing the Hope that the two English speaking people would have no serious difficulty. Such a direct communication would be a cording to the usae observed Between the Heads nations but in the present Case her majesty has Given no expression the subject. It is known however that president Crespo has sent a direct message to the executive Branch the United states. Among official Aud the representatives the foreign Powers interested it is said that no Steps Are contemplated for the present beyond the formation the venezuelan commission. In unofficial quarters the names messes. Phelps Lincoln and Brewer Are the most heard in connection with the commission. The expectation is that the commission will Convene very soon after the names Are announced select their secretaries translators interpreters and executive officers Aud determine upon their course procedure. There is $100, he available for expenses under the act creating the body a Good part which will be expended in the salaries the commissioners which will be comme Surato with their station Aud the importance the work involved except in the Case an official like Justice Brewer already holding a government position the part great Britain there is a growing impression in official quarters that indirect participation in Tho work the commission the British attitude late has been favourable to an investigation by Tho United states the basis the British claims for it is Felt that the inquiry had been sex Parte up to the time the action by Congress. There w As Good reason to believe when the commission was first proposed that great Britain would not recognize it and might take offence at its creation. But the names the men mentioned As Likely to constitute it has changed this feeling until the present indication is that the British will not be averse to establishing before such a body the rights which lore Salisbury stated to be incontestable. On the part Spain it is known that no objection will be raised to the fullest examination the Spanish archives. Or. Olney has not yet requested thai such an examination be allowed but he is assured a favourable answer in Case a request is submitted. In this connection it is said that the recent reports from Europe an understanding Between great Britain Spain and other countries for joint action against the Monroe doctrine is not warranted at least so far As Spain is concerned. The Spanish archives Are a Treasury information not Only As to Venezuela but As to All the South and Central american countries most them having been Spanish dependencies. On a War footing. Ycu Emuslan. Practice target shooting every afternoon. Caracas Jan. 2.�?active military preparations Are going . General Garcia Gomez has been appointed to command the troops organized in the Field. Target practice is had every afternoon. The red a a do Steamer from new York has been delayed at Curacao awaiting the Transfer her cargo said to be munitions War to the Steamer coming from Lagua Yara. A puris Cable says contrary to notices published the russian press states that the Czar approves the attitude president Cleveland the venezuelan question. Venezuela has three warships the Lagua Yara. Libertador and general Rivas Angus to. Era Tlley a Ial doom. Frankfort ky., Jan. 2.�?a convention leading republicans was had in the office governor Bradley last night and the a Bradley Boom for president was started. This was the theme and the toasts to the governor were full a Happy new years Aud wishes for his political preferment in the year 1896. Steamer beached. Holyhead Jan. 2.�?the Cunard line steamship cephalonia Captain Zee Combe from Boston dec. 21 for Liverpool ran ashore a reef near South stack in a dense fog but she was floated and steamed Here where she was beached Aud now lies in about five fathoms water. Chew enthusiast offers a prize. Warsaw russian Poland Jan. 2.�? a wealthy chess enthusiast has offered a prize 1,000 roubles for a tournament Here Between Pillsbury Lacker Steinitz and tech Igoris. A Little hero. Baby smothered out the flame Ani saved Hie sinter life. Pittsburg Jan. 2.�?Virginia Wilson 6, was saved from a horrible death at the Home her parents in Crafton by her 4-year-old brother Paul. The children were playing in a downstairs room. An errand took mrs. Wilson to her mothers House next door. She had not been out the room three minutes when the shrill cries All the children told her something was wrong. She rushed Home and reaching the room in which her children had been playing found Little Virginia crying from pain. One Side her dress had been burned from her shoulder to Tho Waist. She had gone too close to the natural Gas fire and her dress had ignited. Mrs. Wilson was too badly shocked to wonder How the flames had been extinguished but after something had been done to relieve the suffering child she asked the other children How Virginia a dress had taken fire. Then it was that the Story Little Paul a heroic act became known. A i put fire out a he listed and when his Mother asked How he held out a scorched cloth bib apron Aud said a with this a the apron had been fastened around his neck when mrs. Wilson left the room but when he saw his Sisters danger the Little fellow had taken it off and thrown it around Lier. This undoubtedly saved her life. She was painfully burned. Fri f ish Guiana comment. Handy two men with their guns. Killed and another mortally wounded. Victor colo., Jan. 2.�?a Row occurred in the Union theater a variety playhouse Here in we hich two men were killed and another mortally wounded and three others Hurt. The Row started by the proprietor George Smith becoming involved in a quarrel with a Man named Ferguson who he claimed wag a party that had threatened to clean out the place. Inside 15 minutes fully 50 shots were fired Aud when the fusillade ended Smith Aud a bystander named Tom Pas Coe were dead and ii. Ferguson fatally wounded. The names the other injured have not been Learned. A coloured Prophet say the Gabriel who sound i Horn coming it k. Farmland ind., Jan. 2.�?a great revival is progressing in the coloured settlement 18 Miles Southwest Here by Ralph a Fri by a coloured lad 12 years old. The boy preaches three times daily and he is exercising a wonderful control both Over Whites and Blacks. The lad is Well versed in biblical lore and he usos language surprising to his hearers. He claims that it is his Mission to warn sinners the coming the end the world and he has set the Date for Jan. 9. His parents recently moved to that Vicinity from Georgia. Want a fat purse Hung up. Indian Apo in a god by populist a convention City. Indianapolis Jan. 2.�?the Indiana populists Are very desirous that their National convention should be held Here. They Are urging the commercial bodies Indianapolis to hang up a fat purse for their National committee to consider at its meeting in by. Louis Jan. 17. Of the amount required the merchants and hotel men this City have already raised $5,. Ritter still unconscious. Madison ind., Jan. 2.�?edward Robinson who led the rioting in the Church in Saluda township until he was knocked in the Hoad by the Rev. Fletcher Jon a and who w As brought Here for treatment still lies in an unconscious condition Aud his chances for recovery Ara Remote. _ Roar end collision. St. Louis Jan. 2.--Tlie Diamond special the Illinois Central crashed into the Sleeper the Chicago limited Wabash train. The engine and baggage car the special turned Over killing fireman Henry Roth Weller. The Engineer and express messenger were injured. formed to Coop in the Rich Gold Field. Washington Jan. 2.�?British Guiana newspapers received Here give much at tent Ion to president Cleveland a me Sige the opening Congress. The Demara chronicle says a there is Only one condition under which great Britain is at All Likely to concede the right the United states to be the sole arbiter the destinies the other republics that exist upon this continent. It is that she declares a protectorate Over them make herself responsible for their wrongdoings Aud their liabilities and in fact assume toward them in deed As Well As in word the part a wet full details Are Given the recent meeting at Demara to form a colonization plan in accordance with Tho wishes colonial minister Chamberlain. e importance this meeting has already attracted attention in Loa a. It was decided to form a company we Ith a capital Stock $500,000 to colonize Crown lands along the Cuyuna River a Between Tho Meridian Longitude 60 and the Boundary the Colony and Between latitudes 5 and 7 i these limits embrace the Rich Gold country and Are within the limits in dispute Between great Britain and Venezuela. The meeting perfected an organization Aud framed a petition for the Grant Crown lands. Advanced the scale. J Dearmit voluntarily increase the wage the Miner. Pittsburg Jan. 2.�?w. P. Dearmi the new York and Cleveland Coal company notified his employees that beginning with the new year the mining rate would be 64 cents per ton an and Ranee 5 cents Over the rate now paid. The increase which was voluntary indicates that a uniform rate 64 cent for the ensuing year will be arranged by Tho joint scale committee operators and miners which meets Here thursday. Or. Dearmit states however that if he finds that a lower rate is being paid by any operator after the adoption the new scale he will reduce his rate to 49 cents. If a uniform rate is established Here tile miners claim it will mean better wages in Ohio Indiana and Illinois. England a game. Johnny Hull think i Capa Riou it in would hold Cuba. Detroit Jan. 2.�?don. M. Dickinson save a lord Salisbury a unnecessary arguments against rho Monroe doctrine generally in the Venezuela matter Are not aimed at the solution merely the venezuelan matter. The purpose chiefly is to set aside the Monroe doctrine altogether the comparatively insignificant Boundary dispute in Venezuela and then get a foothold Dominion Over Cuba especially in accordance with her repeated efforts since 1849. England owns the enormous Spanish Center disturbance. Uli Noih and Missouri experience Kurtli a Utku shuck. St. Louis Jan. 2.�?very perceptible earthquake sin cos were Felt at Metropolis ills., and Cape Girardeau to. At the former place the Shock lasted Only a few moments. The Shock was More severe at Cape Pinardeau. It appeared to come from the South. Tho duration was about 15 seconds and heavy buildings were perceptibly disturbed. Meharra to Railroad. New York Jan 2.�?during the year just ended foreclosure sales were made 58 railroads aggregating 18,129 Miles representing $ >88,716,000 bonded debt and $442,000,000 capital Stock. Receivers were appointed for 81 roads 4,-019 Miles with $?21,211, Bonds Aud $147,858,000 capital Stock. A Lake Steamer burned. Manistee mich., Jan. 2.�?the passenger Steamer Puritan was burned to the Waters Edge. Everything was consumed except a portion the Hull Aud the machinery. Tho tire originated from a stove in the Galley. Hocking operator District scale. Adj nut impure foods. Or itch company places an armed Force in the Field Boers will meet them. Colli Xina hot Ween the hostile Core hourly expected Germany s be with the Boer England offers to arbitrate. Drew a stiff prize. Boston Jan. 2. A James Stevens Chaffey arrested in october we Ith nearly $150,000 we Orth stolen property in his Possession pleaded guilty to the charge receiving stolen property and was sentenced to a term to years in the state prison. Soldier locked up. New York Jan. 2.�?a special from Bridgeport conn., says a Battle Between soldiers and police occurred in sadlers big Hall in which about 80 men we Ere seriously injured. The sol i Diers were finally Defeated and 20 Are locked up. A a French outbreaks in Turkey constantinople Jan. 2.�?according to a dispatch from Orvah Asiatic tur key there have been fresh outbreaks there saturday and sunday. No details the disturbances have yet reached Here. Woman and children Frozen Birdseye lad., Jan. 2.�?mrs. Emma Dollivar and two children were almost Frozen to death while going from St. Meinrad to Kyana. The children will die and the woman will lose both feet. Truth must prevail. London Jan. 2.�?truth in a Long article defends president Cleveland a attitude the Monroe do Triue and assert that it is quite As legitimate As the european concert. Porte replies evasively. Constantinople. Jan. 2.�?the Turk. Ish government has Given an evasive reply to the offer the representative the Powers to mediate with the Zei Tonlis. Semi monthly line steamers. Washington Jan. 2.�?the Plant steamship company has inaugurated a Semi monthly line steamers Between port Tampa fla., and Jamaica. Affray in Kentucky. Ashland ky.,. 2.�?charles Jones and loll Irwin were fatally shot and Thomas Wolfe stabbed in a general fight at straight Creek mines. England new poet laureate. London Jan. 2.�?among the new years honors which have been gazetted is the appointment Alfred Austin to be poet laureate England. Convict Lea. System ended. Nashville Jan. 2.�?tennessee�?Ts convict lease system has ended Aud som 1,600 convicts have been turned Over to the state by the lessees. Wanted something to do. Perry . T., Jan. 2 a in Pawnee county Deputy United states marshals arrested several men Aud women trumped up charges cutting Timber government land and Selling whisky j Certai to indians inter Ted ill Armor plate proc ewes. London Jan. 2.�?the news from pre Toria Transvaal Republic tends to confirm Hie Gravity the situation there growing out the invasion the Boer territory by an armed Force the British South Africa company numbering about 7 h men with six Maxim guns led by . Jamison the British com missioner who was so successful in his operations against King Lobengula. The Transvaal i Midgut Kruger Lias called upon the by Riffler to defend their country and a be flans conflict is anticipated in spite the fact that the colonial Secretary the Hon. Joseph Chamberlain has telegraphed to . Jamison to withdraw into British territory and has urged president Kruger to do his utmost to prevent bloodshed. A dispatch received Here from the Transvaal says a Tihe burghers Are advancing to meet Jamison a conflict is hourly expo the afternoon newspapers comment at great length upon this fresh trouble which Tho British government has to face. They recognise the fact that the invasion the Transvaal though made upon the urgent requests thousands englishmen and others in the trans i Vaal who complain that they have to pay the whole Revenue the country 1 while being denied representation is liable to give particular offence to Lier i Many whose Friendship at this critical stage the Marquis Salisbury is most anxious to cultivate. As the Telegraph wires Are believed to have been Cut behind . Jamison a forces and As tile Boer forces Well armed Aud equipped have been mobilized under general Mouliert news a bloody conflict is expected. The Boers can put in the Field about 6,000 Good fighting men supported with Maxim Guus Aud to oppose this Force . Jamison has Only about 700 men with six Maxim guns who May receive the direct indirect assistance in about 4,000 untrained and badly armed englishmen. However Jamison May be Able to Call to his support 1,000 men belonging to the de Beers company whose Headquarters Are at Kimberley. These men ave Well equipped and would prove an effective reinforcement for . Jamison. But As the latter is already said to Quot is advancing upon Johannesburg with his Small body men he May meet the Boers anti the Issue be decided before any reinforcements can reach him. Great Britain through the colonial Secretary has offered to arbitrate the matter but it is feared that the offer has come too late and that the most serious consequences Are to be apprehended. The feeling Iii Germany. Berlin a. 2.�?the news the invasion the Transvaal Republic by an armed British Force has created a decided sensation. The Kreuz Ziu Tung commenting the news says a everywhere the same greed and bad Faith. Today it is Africa yesterday it was South in discussing the invasion the Transvaal by . Jamison and the forces till British South Africa company All the newspaper Here declare that his action constitutes a serious and unjustifiable breach the peace against which Germany must protest. The National Zeitung remarks that German in Quot crests demands the maintenance the Independence the Bouth african ret ublies anti it expects that the government will vigorously defend and come to president Kruger said in Case necessity. The Vos Sische Zeitung says a the action . Jamison can not be tolerated. It is the duty the German government to immediately take energetic Steps to protect endangered German interests and Ai the same time those our Kinsmen the Boers. It is impossible to protest too strongly against this act violence upon the part the British a gift Clavin . London Jan. 2 a the Secretary state for the colonies . Joseph Chamberlain has issued the following statement the Transvaal question a having Learned monday evening that . Jamison had entered the Boer country i have since then continuously engaged in an Endeavor to Avert the consequences his extraordinary action. Sir Hercules Robinson has by proclamation publicly repudiated . Jamison a act Ami has enjoined the British subjects to obey the Law Aud remain quiet. A Cdr. Jamison and his officers have also been ordered to retire immediately. It is hoped that a collision will let a averted but . Jamison Cut the wire As he Germany will Aid the liner. London Jan. 2.�?a special dispatch received Here this afternoon from Berlin says it is stated at Tho German capital that emperor William has promised his moral support to the Boers and has indicated that he May take other measures if great Britain persists in her present coarse. A Resolution was p is Ted by the Senate directing an investigation Armor plat contracts to ascertain whether not army officer were Aud Miner at last tii if difference. Columbus o., Jan. �?the Ohio miners and operators joint conference adopted the following agreement the Price to be paid for pick mining Coal in Tho Hocking District Ohio from Tan. I 1ku6. dec. 81, is is 55 cont per ton for Coal screened Over a screener not to exceed 72 an Perfi Cial foot Fiat continuous bar. I1 inches bet Weed bar free from All obstruction. First provided however that if the Glt ueral Price paid for mining in the thin veins the Pittsburg District shall increase decline they cents per ton differential shall to it adhered to and All other i riots in Ohio shall occupy the relative position which now exists with cat screen bars the same As used in the hooking District. Vond a that the question limit to weights cars be left to the Miner a official and the operators the various District for adjustment. A a ploy shall in Cash 25th each month payment is a performed. No store Cheeks scrip store evidence the employers in he employee shall be issued to Noy As payment wage for third the tit 10th a. Due them Fot fourth the orders Otic Deb Ted Ness t him in lieu no la it performed. Fifth that no deduction shall lie made from miners wages except for rents mining supplies tool sharpening Coal and Chook weight fund provided however that where debts already contracted exist deductions from Miner a wage May be made until such debt Are paid. And if a general a Binge occurs in the Pittsburg District in the matter a Tore Cash payment it shall lie Tho right the Ohio operators and miners to place them selves in a Uke position. Sixth that discrimination in favor employ who May Trade in company storm against employ is who May not Trade in company stores shall not be permitted in around any the mines the state. Seventh any employer violating any part the agreement shall be regarded a having abrogated this contract and the employee such employer shall be relieved from All restrictive obligation herein set Forth. Pome the Many thing we eat that Are adulterated. A recent report the Dairy food com j missioner Pennsylvania names so Many food products which Are adultery j ated As to raise a query As to what is not adulterated. Among the Many impure tilings Kohl Are allspice which often is mainly composed ground and roasted Coconut shells baking powder beef wine Aud Iron prepared As a tonic Cutter buckwheat flour Candy catchup cider cheese cinnamon cloves the hitter made almost entirely from ground Coconut shells the odor and taste Clove timing scarcely perceptible Coffee a consisting chiefly Coffee screenings damaged Coffee but sold at a High Price As a pure Uitile fresh a a Java made from wheat and Barley hulls roasted with sugar and containing no Coffee codfish net codfish at ail merely cheap dry j fish Cream tartar adulterated with flour flaxseed adulterated with starch fruit a abutters a such us Apple butter poach butter Etc., very Seldom pure being adulterated with starch a to and salicylic acid the same is til. Of grated pineapples Ginger adulterated with Ash Rice hulls Rice flour and Cayenne Pepper lard Maple syrup made from commercial glue let thinned with about 20 per cent water mixed spices Orange juice Lemou Oil Lemon phosphate molasses Trist Rord Olive Oil Pepper vinegar Vanilla extract All kinds preserves extract strawberries Ami Tea. add to the deception a few Apple seeds Are scattered through the so called fruit jams Timothy other seeds Are added to the mixture to represent still in tue Crim. Ray. Charles Brown Lins had other bitter experiences. Seems to be in the Aib eighth that no company operator min. Bons Anent Al ii at any time to permitted Strawberry Etc. Till prolific a i. I i i. _ ii. I re. 4 i to i to influence by word letter other mean any employee by upend i Money in any partic i ular tor. But ooh employee shall at All time have absolute Liberty a to where he Trade. Ninth that a joint committee seven operator and seven Miner be appointed whose duty it shall be to adjudicate All que won dispute arising under this Eon tract and in event this commit tee not being Abl to agree it shall have a Brwer Aud is her Emir i dered to Call a joint convention operate to and Miner the Tate. It i understood Aud agreed that nil mint shall continue in it Era Tion pending the settlement any dispute that May Arie. Robbers captured. Overlooked a package containing #11,00 1 in Lloyd Aud Greenback. Cincinnati Jan. 2.�?three Mea assaulted Herman Uehling Driver in a livery stable and after beating him to insensibility took from his trunk about $1,000 in Gold. They overlooked a package containing Over $ 11,000 in Bond and greenbacks which Bolding though Only a Driver had accumulated in his 50 years. Today two tile three men were captured by the police. They were John Weber formerly a Driver employed with Bolding and Peter Shannon also a Driver. Half the Money was recovered. Room fur suspicion. Cleveland Jan. 2.�?the House grocery store and Baru William Chase were partially burned and paper soaked with Coal Oil was found Between the lath in several rooms where the plaster had let Een knocked off for the purpose. Chase and i wife were arrested. Ii companies consolidate. Toledo o., Jan. 2.�?a million Dollar consolidation has just been effected Between the Buckeye Supply company and the National Supply company both this City which will dominate the Oil Well Supply business both the Eastern and Western Field. Will stand no reduction. Cincinnati Jan. 2.�?six Hundred Hod carriers and 800 bricklayers decided to strike if the contractors insisted reducing bricklayer from 56 cents to 45 cents per hour Aud Hod Carrier from 31 cents to 25 cent per hour. A heavy full ii in. Columbus it Jan. 2.�?john l. Eldridge. Well known grocer and business Man owner the a a Flag and another grocery beside much real estate has assigned. Assets $�?�<0,000 liabilities $60,000. Ult juror kit ind. Circleville o., Jan. 2.-8. A. Neff a Farmer and one the Coit jurors 1 the first trial was instantly killed at j Palestine by the westbound Cincinnati express the Midland Road. Springfield contractor assign. Springfield o., Jan. 2.�?azael b. Smith contractor has assigned. Assets $40,000, liabilities unknown. Tim Hight postponed. Cleveland Jan. 2.�?the dime con Nelly fight has been postponed until Tan. . Ticu artificial colors is particularly common in confections. Indigo numeric Annotto logwood and cochineal Are used in great quantities Aud Are probably not harmful arsenic Copper and leads Are very deleterious but Are not now used As much As in former times before sanitary officials made such persistent attacks them milk and milk products Are often coloured. Annotto is very commonly used by dairymen to give a Rich yellow color. In itself Annotto is probably harmless but it produce deceptive York Post. Odd billiard facts. Making a table in a Day the Hall sea Nona Ltd i Wen Tail eau. A billiard table eau in built in 24 hours if carte Blanche Given to the manufacturer but lie prefers to have time to get the right effects from one month to six. The Wood needs to be seasoned for a Peri i nearly seven years. Rich deep Spanish mahogany is used Pollard Oak Ebony and Satin Wood. Tables Are not always covered in Green. Blue is sometime used and a pure Olive Green. The late Prince Leopold was the first to make use Tho latter color and Olive Green is known today in Tho billiard world As Prince Leopold a color. The Bills must be Well seasoned before they Are used for play. Manufacturers have incubators in which to Storo them that they May undergo the drying process. Foam incubators will hold fully 8,000 to i is. When they Are first made they Are solid Ivory is Tho Only satisfactory material which to make them a artificial balls those made composition Are much heavier and do not Wear Well. English makers to give the red bulls a perfect color Steep them in a decoction that is some times described As the a guardsman s this is extracted from Tho old Coats Tummy Atkins and for billiard balls it is the finest Scarlet Dye York world. Timely Ald from an unexpected too re save hire fro. The wily schema a woman who had assumed Christian virtue. San Francisco Jan. 2.�?scandal is being added to scandal in the sensational developments the accusation made by the Rev. Charles Brown against mrs Mary Davidson the reverend gentleman declares that he Ien new victim the Wile blackmailers. For the second time within is month he has been made the Mark scheming women who entered his Sanctuary to trap Aud persecute him. Nearly two years ago he declare mrs. M. A. Stockton member Ilia own congregation a woman who assumed a Brist inn spirit and won Friend in the Church planned upon him a scheme blackmail which would lib a a succeeded were it not for timely Aid which came to him from an unexpected source. Home time after Brown met mrs. Stockton he says he received a message from Lier. She was a bed illness she wrote him and asked him to Call to give that spiritual Consolation which in his vocation to must Render. It a his duty to go Aud he went. He had no More than entered the room he declares than mrs. Stockton sprang toward him Aud throwing her Arm around him kissed him. He was dumbfounded at the suddenness the attack and horrified at the off use the woman. Before he could release himself a Confederate mrs. Stockton a in the room a smiling Spectator the scene. Or. Brown says he realized he was trapped. He left the room a rapidly As possible. Distressed Aud excited. He declares to did not know what to do. He could in tiny uie in understanding the woman a Unitive but he says he did not feel Alce to Tell his congregation. He coaids in 4a it More than await developments am 4 strive to defeat the schemer plans. With his distressing meeting with mrs. Stockton his association with Lier. He had absolutely nothing More to do with her Aud although she continued to attend the first to Gurega anal Church he did not care to assume the linty exposing her although he could do nothing himself he had friends who were Active in his behalf. Mrs. Stockton had a lawyer Aud if his sworn Atli Davit be the truth mrs. Stockton was not Only trapped in her game up Gnu . Brown hut in two others in which Bhe hoped to make Large sums Money. Mrs. Stockton is still a member the Firall congregational Church which . Brown is pastor All in the same boat. A Drave Chine officer. Huang Tsu Lien who was a returned american student w As killed before the 1 against remaining rat in will not surrender. Constantinople Jan. 2.�?a dispatch fro in a Ama Inland Crete says that the cretan revolutionary committee has informed the foreign consuls that it declines to surrender. May it the amusing Silmon iud., Jan. 2.�?the populace Here Are greatly excited Over the appearance some strange wild beast in the Wood near bore. It resembles a Baboon. Hamilton fish fleeced speaker. Albany Jan. 2. A Hon. Hamilton fish Republican a elected speaker the House receiving 98 votes to 46 cast for it amp Rich yield Democrat. The project abandoned. Buenos Ayres Jan. 2 a the projected Export Bounty upon sugar has been abandoned. Surrender Wei Hai Wei. He was first lieutenant the Pei Yang Cruiser Tsi Yuen having succeeded the late Shen shoo Chi aug another returned american student w to was killed while commanding thetis Yuen in the first naval action the late War at the Mouth the y Ash an River Korea july 25, 1894, owing to the cowardice his subsequently decapitated Captain Fong Peh Kien. During the fighting at Wei Hai Wei lieutenant Huang Tsu Lien was badly wounded and was therefore advised to leave i ship and go to Che fun for treatment. This he resolutely refused to do declaring that a Chi duty to Tho emperor demanded his remaining at his after having had his wounds hastily dressed Tho late lieutenant went with his duties Board although he had to he supported by an attendant in doing so. Shortly afterwards a shot struck his thigh hut he still refused to retire remaining with his gun. A few minutes afterwards a Shell from the enemy s batteries almost annihilated the Gallant officer. A Blackwood a Magazine. Somebody will lug. New York Jan. A a the schedule in the assignment Nieport amp Schmidt furriers shows liabilities $144,768 nominal assets $133,032 actual assets $97,480. _ stockbroker found dead. Liverpool Jan. 2.�?e. I. Fish one the stockbrokers whose failures were announced the Stock Exchange yesterday i dead. His body was found i this morn a in a Tunnel the Mersey. Kentucky state hic fall to draw their Nalale. Frankfort ky., Jan. 2 a governor Bradley g it a warrant from the auditor today for i salary since dec. Bat when it a presented at the Treasury it could not be paid. The Treasury a empty notwithstanding the fact that treasurer Hales report shows that it a Ontai Tih $130,000. The balance belong to the school fund and Ca not be draw upon for salaries other exp tense. The other state officers Aud clerks a in the same boat with the governor. May tic the rond up again. Philadelphia Jan. 2 a the Condo tors Aud Motorman the Union traction company who recently returned to work after a weeks strike Are about to tie up the Road again. A vote was taken and it was almost unanimous in the company # employ unless $2 per Day for to hours work Are Given. Driven i inane by death i son. Parkersburg w. Va., Jan. 2.�?the a year old son octave Tlighman Berkley while eating persimmons last Friday accidentally got a seed lodged in his Windpipe which caused his death Iii a Short tune. His father who was deeply attached to the boy became so affected that he has become hopelessly insane. Wild at cripple Creek. Denver Jan. 2.�?there is wild excitement in cripple Creek. The claims possessed by Many the miners Cav expired and a a eat Chance is for those anxious to jump claims reported that wholesale jump ii and that three men have been Sao details Are meager at present. May have to met iffy. Winnipeg Jan. 2.�?h. K Rod. The Leader urn opposition a unanimously nominated to oppose . Nier Greenway candidate Wood my. There i a general opinion Bere that the Dominion government will have greatly to modify their school policy if they intend to retain office. Oddities sight. The two eyes really see two objects. Of the two forefingers be head one at the distance one foot the other two feet in front the eyes and the former be looked at. Two pm i an Toms till latter will be observed one each Side. Of the latter be regarded two phantoms the nearer Finger will be observed mounting guard one each Side

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