Defiance Express in Defiance, Ohio
6 Apr 1899

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6 Apr 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - April 6, 1899, Defiance, Ohio I menu j a single copies 5 cent All printed at Home pc. dance Thursday apr a 1899 after a hot the re pub Blit gained till Loran Beret fore. Fight by average pluralities ii cans lost two it ounce Loren one leaving that body eight is and four democrats As great Britain in line so per Roll at. Iliac is new in next door to Yingling a. Ohio s City elections some surprising results Are shown by the returns. Party lines wiped out a tremendous vote polled and extraordinary interest aroused. Independent voter was a it rec Winn out at Toledo Swart it Columba null i Irley it Cleveland. Other Knuit the Muu Ivi out it in the Itu Keve mat. Cincinnati april f a the elections in Ohio were general for municipal and townships offices. While local issues usually control these Spring elections yet there were a ther influences in some places. At Cleveland the re was a decisive denier ratio Victory the head the ticket Only but ii was not due alone to the local opposition to mayor Mckasson for a third term. Mckisson last year was the candidate the bolting republicans and the democrats Iii Cue legislature against Senate a Hanna. At Columbus a Republican mayor was elected for the first time in 12 years. At Cincinnati the republicans have a plurality 7,000, and the present democratic mayor was elected two years ago by almost us Large a plurality. At Toledo an Independent Republican was elected Pingree issues Assimos by factional complications. At Dayton democrats made municipal gains but the republicans gained in the townships which seems to be Tho Case throughout the state. While the greatest change was at Cleveland where the republicans have controlled the City for years with Robert Mckisson As mayor yet what is known As the Western Reserve maintains its usual Republican majorities a with some gains Over those former april elections notably tit Youngstown Warren Cadiz Delaware and other cities in northeastern Ohio. In the smaller cities a Well As in the Rural districts the republicans claim gains notably at Chillicothe where there was a change mayor Brown being Defeated for re election by James Wood by 300. At Defiance the demo Ais lost two councilmen and a member the Board education. At Hamilton the democrats maintained their majorities also at Lima. Newark Circleville upper Sandusky Wapakoneta Millersburg and Van Wert. At Zanesville and Marysville the republicans were successful and they made gains at Napoleon. As a Rule the vote was Light. At Canton the Home Mckinley James Robertson rep was elected mayor by 13 plurality a change from the present democratic administration. Lit pubic no Vav in ii ii. Cincinnati april 4.�?weather conditions were favourable to a full vote at the Cincinnati municipal election yet Only 44,500 votes were cast. There were Only three officials to be elected judge the Superior court and two members the Board City affairs. The official result is As follows Rufus in Smith re judge Superior court 30,432. Judge Smith had no opposition the democratic ticket. The official vote members the Board City affairs is William Mcalister rep25.641 Albert Fischer rep26.278 h. J. Enneking dem18,778 j. C. Sherlock dem19.272. Average Republican majority 6,976. kit a Ona def it it. Cleveland april 4.�?john in Farley dem was elected mayor Over Robert e. Mckisson re the present incumbent by a plurality about 3,500. The remainder the Republican ticket including City treasurer police judge police prosecutor Justice and four members the school Council elected at Large will have substantial pluralities. The republicans will control the City Council Mckisson a defeat was due to the defection republicans who voted against him because his bolting senator Hanna and his party during the contest before the legislature a year ago last Winter. A Jour triumphed. Toledo april 4.�?about 26,000 votes were cast for the head the ticket but the Jones men after voting for their favorite candidate seemed to care Little for the minor offices and the consequence is that the other candidates fell Short. Mayor s. M. Jones who was a candidate an Independent ticket with a platform municipal ownership Public utilities has Boon elect cd by at least 5,0 m plurality. The oth a Republican nominee a it re elected. la Moo rat in. Urbana o., april 4. City election Here resulted in an overwhelming Victory for the democratic it ticket. Fath first time in yet ars tilt it elect cd thru officers. I loathe in an dem Defeated Bowers rep by Over Jou for marshal. The Republica Ife elect two councilmen and the democrats two with Krider Aud Stone tie. Tinier Smarty Vav Iii. Columbus o., april 4.�?a heavy vote was polled in the municipal contest Here but the Best order prevailed throughout the it try. Judge Swartz Republican candidate for mayor was elated Over the present incumbent Samuel Black dem by 1393. This is the first time a Republican has been elected mayor this City for 12 years. The entire Republican City ticket pulled through by an average majority 1,200. At Day ton. Dayton april 4.�?local issues purely controlled in the elections Here. Many women voted for members the Board education. The vote was Light and the democrats won a Normal Victory electing Childs the nominee for waterworks trustee Over Cole rep by so. Township elections show the usual balance in favor the republicans a county vote. Citi fied up up Clatter. Upper Sandusky. . April 4, j democrats elected the it mire City tick t by majorities ranging from 17 toll and Crane township ticket with the exception the councilman and assessor in the fourth Ward. i nut. Zanesville o., april 4.�?mayor lib son. President the Ohio municipal league was Defeated by l. Brev Ford rep by 162 plurality. The republicans elect All the City ticket but civil Engineer end Justice. At. Fin ii i hot. Findlay o., april 4. republicans elect heir entire City ticket by about 300 majority they also elect six out eight councilmen with a tic in one Ward being a Republican gain two. By a Small plurality. Circleville. O., april 4. democratic nominee for marshal f. Mont Long was elected by a majority less than 50, with the democratic nominee for mayor w. C. Rowe close behind. Yvo a Tho mayor. Wooster april4.�?republicans elected Robert j. Smith mayor by a majority 30. Democrats elected All other officers but one councilman and assessor. Kept i Iran sweep. Delaware o., aril 4.�?entire City Republican ticket is elected with the exception a councilman in the fourth Ward by majorities ranging from 50 to 150. It it Stan Hiatky. Sandusky o., april 4. A Zimmer dem for mayor has 350 majority Over Bouton rep. The entire democratic ticket is elected. Democratic Lorain . April 4. returns show the election four democratic councilmen and one Republican. Missing army Roll organization i Mission new samoan Corn assured. Delays do part ire from Cuba the volunteers. Officers in Dee disgust. Attitude the insure end la t.5# to Excel rely it Rind Jug an tie. Sam May ounce fit three million Dollar gift. Its Power to be limited the Primo Undy Only temporary in it Liu racier and subject to the approval cd the three government. Washington. April 5. A lord Salisbury has accepted the plan proposed by Germany for the so moment the samoan trouble by the appointment a tripartite commission the acceptance is the Broad principle Only and the details the arrangement Are yet to be agreed upon. As the United states has already accepted the general proposition their is no longer doubt As to the organization Tho commission. It is not believed Here that there will be any difficulty in arranging the details the commissions plan for the settlement Tho samoan trouble arising from reluctance the part the British government to threw aside the Berlin treaty. As there appears to be an apprehension that the proposed commission May not be limited in its functions sufficiently to meet the British ideas it May be said that the plan in contemplation safeguards All essential Points. It is proposed that the commission shall visit the islands make a careful inquiry into existing conditions and then apply such remedial measures a May seem to be necessary to insure Tranquillity. It will he distinctly understood that whatever the commission does in that line will be purely temporary in character and subject to the approval the three governments parties to the Berlin treaty. The n the committee will he expected to Frame i scheme for submission and approval by each the thro j Ewers for the future government the Island., involving perhaps some More Lens Radie. A changes in the original Berlin treaty. <111 recent s musing. Hot contest. Youngstown o., april 4.�?republicans made a clean sweep electing Tho entire City and township ticket. Tho hottest Al Ger was Justice the peace George b. Smith rep defeating George Edwards de candidate for second term by 2.000 majority. Council will stand republicans la democrats 9. Mothers Friend is 2 liniment for expectant mothers to use externally. It softens the Muscles and causes them to expand without discomfort. used during most the period pregnancy there will be no morning sickness no rising breasts no headache. When baby is bom there will be Little pain no danger and labor will be Short and easy. $1 a bottle at druggists. Send for a free copy our illustrated Book about mothers Friend. The Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta Ca Hamilton kit tilt. Hamilton april 4.�?Hamilton elected democratic City ticket by an average majority Over 1,300. The democrats now have four the five members the Board control and elected All three justices the peace and All five to members the Board education. Quot Cut Republican. Steubenville o., april 4.�?john p. Means rep for mayor has 200 majority. The democrats elect Joseph Ivi thard Justice the peace. Republicans elect four out six councilmen five out seven for Board education and five out six assessors. An a Van thing. Ironton o., april 4. democrats elect major Collett mayor by a majority ,2 Grimshaw marshal by 200. The republicans elect All other City and township officers by decreased majorities. The Normal Republican majority is 500. After a fierce tight. Mount Vernon. O., april 4. in j tire Republican City ticket was elected j Havana april 4.�?among the military men stationed Here the talk is the departure the remaining volunteers which will probably be delayed for a couple we a until the cuban army question is nearer a settlement. As general Gomez is unable to Supply accurate lists the cuban army and As the cuban Assembly still retains the official lists the american military authorities outwardly appear to be simply waiting but As a matter fact they Are impatient and disgusted. The whole attitude the cubans in this matter is excessively irritating. Meanwhile the report that the $3,000,-000 May be returned to the United states is being widely circulated and has increased the feeling against the Assembly whose members Are apparently indifferent. The next session he Assembly will be held thursday. Declared valid. Manilla. A i if r a t massing Strong Ore s pit about five a my a West Malolos and observations the re tie they have ii 1 there. It is expected ing will be necessary at that Point into Ai where Aguinaldo is Large fivers strength the Montana kill d mis�?T1. In insurer s in it urn h it Alum half Nile North according to the i loitering Par entrenchments that hard fight to dislodge them san Fernando supposed to be. Ii Bot ii to pions. It Imet and one Man Ami three wound?1 in a Skir Twenty five men acre prostrated by Hospital. The he t and brought to the and transaction hoards Trade Tike concerns taxed. Washington april 4.�?in the supreme court the United states a decision was handed Down by Justice Peckham confirming the Validity the War Revenue act imposing taxes upon the transactions boards Trade and similar institutions. In another Case a similar opinion was rendered with regard to taxes upon transactions at stockyards. Voted to dissolve. Sensible action taken by members the cuban military Assembly. Havana april 5. cuban military Assembly voted to disband the army and to dissolve. The voting was 21 in favor against i opposed. The Muster Rolls wee left in the Possession the executive committee the As Sembly who will facilitate the preparation copies for governor general Brooke. Connecticut Flection. Providence r. I., april 5, state election is now and she democrats have made their liveliest Campaign since 1894. Notwithstanding this All indications Point to the re election governor Dyer and the rest the Republican state ticket but by pluralities decreased from those a year ago. The Republican will control the Assembly. The democrats look for Large gains in the delegations rom the cities. Acted without authority. Berlin april 5.�?there is Little doubt that Herr Rose German Consul at Apia did not have instructions to Issue a proclamation supporting the provisional government mat a a. Baron von Buelow the foreign Secretary will deliver a speech in the Reich Stag the subject next week. The negotiations Over the details the joint commission will probably occupy another ten Days. Suicide for love. Zanesville. april 5. Charles a As 24, a Young Farmer residing North Here. Committed suicide by swallowing a Quantity strychnine. He was to have been married easts sunday. At the last moment the prospective Bride declined to carry out their marriage contract he has been very despondent since her refusal and told his Mother that he did not care to live. Hugh ii Tou pleased. Washington april 5. news the cuban Assembly a vote for immediate dissolution and disbandment the army was received Here with Relief and gratification. The prolonged struggle Over the payment the cuban army had begun to exhaust the patience the authorities Here. The administration now looks for More rapid protes in the work reconstruction the Island and less difficulty in instituting reforms generally. As president new Combine. Youngstown. Cd april 5. presidency the Republic Iron and steel company the new Combine just organized has been tendered Myron c. Wick the wealthy Iron manufacturer this City. . Wick has the offer under consideration. When the National steel company was organized . Wick disposed and his Iron interests Here to that concern. Will 81 apply names. Oens Al Jon Feu Mondou vote. Toledo april 5. election Hoard has completed the official count the municipal election Complete returns show that mayor Jones has received a plurality 13,310, and a majority Over both his opponents 10,017. The democrats have elected a police commissioner City attorn y and police prosecutor by Small pluralities the remainder the Republican ticket pulling through by 2,500 plural Illy. Ullin t n i no i i v. La 5. A the Ain Beard i . Arad the my during the. Ids former streets to tin army i Aly by j late Tat a War Blic Iida be r Mil a prop court Wallington Ani court inquiry a in regard to the cd furnished for the at War hot reiterate menu paid his a commission and Dot Clar d that Frig Rater beef smelt Tike a after it had been a embalmed. Nie Friemus Philadelphia who saw service in Porto Rico corroborated this testimony comparing the smell the beef to the odor about a dissecting room. The Day brought out a proposition from Glt Nepal Miles to Supply the court the names a Large number witnesses. Ile said thai in february hot had off Quot red the official reports i it officers As testimony but that the Conn had not indicated its acceptance them. To relieve american. Washington april 5. The Navy department is prepared to Render Speed assistance to the american residents in Blu Fields. Nicaragua who Are being subjected to pressure wrongfully by the authorities there. Acting Secretary Allen in anticipation the coming a delegation from new Orleans has just ordered the gunboat Machias now the Way to key West from Livingston Honduras to proceed to Blu Fields us soon As so can take Coal. Decline the act void. Detroit april 5, a mayor May Bury vetoed the Resolution the common Council appointing voc nor Pingree and two other citizens commissioners to Purchase and operate the Street railroads Detroit for Iii City. The mayor insists that he favors municipal ownership but he alleges that the aet empowering the Council to appoint this commission is void. Again i . Bostic. Apr 5.�?a Iii a is merging under Hie a Bples the anti imperialist league was held in Tremont Temple and was att plod by a Large and enthusiastic audience. The principal speaker wan Ltd so a tary tie cd Corge s. Lou i Well. Who a i it Treasury signed the m Enning the i Isis Quot i han., v Howa ing a cd during and to showed soldiers Alibi. a i pm go. April 5 orm Alij it the Xiii i i tried by e ban at. San in Ray i coloured to that tin ii but Willi Tiai Sill. 1 us i s were pub iring private Wil i immune regiment a it Uri Mart a i for ii 111-i. Los last Nev Rinbei t to the natives a he evidence was done by St Blishel an in pure Iii if is murder. Ponca City To april 5. A Clyde Mattox who killed Lincoln Swinney a rancher is hiding near the Kaw reservation 18 Miles from Here. Officers have been in Pursuit Mattox All Day and at one Tim were near enough to Exchange shots with the Young desperado but Mattox eluded them and escaped in the gathering cation Iii dancer. Rome april 5. A the government hears that owing to the serious anti european agitation throughout China the foreign ministers Ai peking favor remanding detachments guard the various legation. Cima h coloured Man. Pittsburg. April 5. Pittsburg presbytery for the first time in its history elected a coloured Man for Moderator. He is eve. M. B Lanier pastor Grac Quot memorial Church this City sedition pamphlet. Constantinople april 5. A turkish pamphlets have been found scattered about the mosques the City exhorting the faithful to overthrow the regime Abdul Hamid. Theater in hum. Manchester Conn april 5.�?ap to opera House Block a 3-Story Structure was completely gutted by fire loss $50,000. Denver new mayor. Denver april 5. Henry v. Johnson dem has been elected mayor Denver by a plurality about 3,000. Tie weather. To Ohio and West Virginia a fair and warmer variable winds shifting to Easterly. For Kent it by and Indiana fair and warmer winds shifting to fresh Easterly. Trouble among the heels. Los Angeles april 5.�?indian agent Wright the Yuma reservation has telegraphed unit d states marshal Osborn that there is trouble among the indians. The marshal will go to the reservation to investigate. Slept the track. Martins ferry o., april 5.�?william Reami a hours trader residing eight Miles from this place went to sleep the Railroad track while drunk and was killed. No. 17 Hie Law 09 in w sell Yum Puppi i made pure if pc Cream tartar. Safeguards the food against Alum. Rom a a powder co. Dew Var. Heady for an attack filipinos strongly entrenched and Well equipped. Find a scouting party. Grockau Iatrou Tho philippine comi Iii a Ion Hod in probable Fleet i iou the native a belief that adj Piui Lilu i Hubble Hurst. Manilla april 5. A general Macarthur reconnoitre a in Force wit to the Montana regiment the fourth cavalry and two gun the Light artillery As far As the rive reconnaissance there Cro tally mans i rides shots a it re it Montana Reg in there was new a Day general ii North Malone developed the a 1,000 a Bels Arm it preparing for d hang d an two t were a in Emend a their ii lied Tho Tait wit h in Hsc. F the. Hut int he i no real co a a it it to american sovereignty and. In a and liberties the filipino tot America is ready to furnish Arni and navies and All the i infinite i oui it a it f a great and powerful nation to maintain its rightful Supra v Over the islands so it is even More solicitous to spread peace Anil happiness among the people and guarantee them rightful Freedom and to protect their jul privileges and immunities to accustom them to free self government in Ever increasing measure and to Neo Urage those Deus erratic aspirations sentiments Aud ideals which arc the Promise and Potency fruitful National development. In conclusion the proclamation an i bounces that the commission will visit the philippine provinces to ascertain the lighten j native opinion As to the forms government adapted to i the people co pm n by with thir tra coition a i ideals invite the leading represent in men i i b is Ina eau the Beli a Sidon to capture capital the i la i Ision v lives that a be Hariri Mission said asking unceasing pus1 to do for answers the que iffy he olm i he it i the commission to a i a i b the tin it Rmer m am i philippine convince the Bubble has i i i lion com a Inaldo s Bubble has burst. I a. Fid it the com a the filipinos have been a a what do you pro i lie pro la mat Ion Ion and it should Salmi unit Quot to and n. To co i the a gut. A i ast i it i vol t and stat a Clar in Quot it the compone a urn establishment no Nance the govern sent i t the wishes and secure the. Y a a in it rights i he i Ntpn. Are d an to i is a1 i in a ii olm for Don a i Quot islands Jal men. Geoid. I panel tog la Jorv i a a Mug a a f . Pro Ari the to Tai out it r the Mur . A oth i mrs. My Ven i a cd Liny i bulbs .1 member Ami form r Quinist t to China remarked a it i Iii most important proclamation since the declaration Independence. Spanish tagalog and englis h versions have Bern printed and it is proposed to circulate than about Malolos and to All the Quot a ports. They will be sent to the Lake towns by the commute Quot spaniards Umb r the Lead ship Senor Antonio Fusel president the Spand h club has bad Little Success with the expedition organized to deliver Money and stores to the Spanish prisoners. The members th1 expedition were obliged to give the goods to the filipino officers at a Langas. The boat had a Lett r from Aguinaldo directing the filipino officials to Aid the Mission but general trias commanding the filipino Forcer in the Southern provinces and his sub ordinate declined to recognize Aguinaldo authority. The spaniards refused to accept the invitations to land having been warned that they would be held for Ransom. Major Rafael Morales the former Spanish governor the Island Mindoro was brought Board the ship for a a interview. A was so weak that he faint a and at parting said a i shall never see you the filipinos thought the red Cross Flag was the americ an Flag. A committee whose members Are All the nationalities in Marilla headed by John Mcleod an englishman has been organized for the purpose interviewing the filipino leaders and petitioning for the release the prisoners in the name humanity. 1�?~roclaination to i ill too. Manilla april 5, preamble the proclamation the United states philippine commission recites the cession by the peace treaty the philippine islands to the United states refers to the appointment the commission assures the people the cordial Good will and fraternal feeling the president the United states and the american people and asserts the object which the United states government. Apart from the fulfilment its solemn obligations this assumed towards the family nations by the acceptance the sovereignty Over the islands. The proclamation rays there can be in Rater Only ten 4 a had been a a ii i the a emptor bac., i a jury next t w hours consumed tune ant e George Dio Kin Ley a. Eats 11 Fie i. In be nun the Cia \. Cd. Though by challenges have May secured and several Days nay a i let in the process. Judge Isaac m. Taylor is pre siding and the crowd is so Large . He appointed lure extra bailiffs to serve the courtroom during the trial which is by by to occupy three four weeks. Exec i the several women friends and women relatives mrs. George who with Lur older son. Accompanied her there were not Many women in Tho courtroom although there were quite a number in the corridors three desired witnesses Are still absent. But an agreement was reached to proceed without them. About 125-Witneshcs have already been subpoenaed and the list i3 being constantly increased. Counsel for mrs. George have ordered summonses issued and served upon mrs. Mary b. Barber a sister Saxton and Cowin Bachtel a Bank cashier to appear As a for tha de tense. Mrs. Barber is Ore a to bring into court All letters in. A r Possession received by Saxton from mrs. George from 1888 to 1889. Bachtel is ordered to bring into court All drafts paid by Saxton and the books the Bank showing Saxton a Bank account i ii wit Miner to strike. Des Moines. La., april 5.�?at a mass meeting the miners the Central District Iowa it was voted to order a strike to take effect at once. The decision involves 2.000 miners. Operators Are firm in refusal to raise the Seal landlord Leland dead. New York. April 5.�?warren f. Leland proprietor the m indoor hotel Whit h was destroyed by fire Mardi 15, is dead. . Leland a a death followed an operation for appendicitis perfumed Friday last. Castoria for infants and children. The kind you have always bought bears the signature

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