Defiance Express in Defiance, Ohio
13 Apr 1899

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13 Apr 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - April 13, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Single copies 5 cents the Al press. Ail printed at Home vol. Flu. Woll Poper per Roll Defiance thursday apri 13 1393 i As minister to Spain no. To punish the rebels unfading Cotton dyes. At. La next door to Yingling a. For that i treacherous attack Mcarthur a line. decision court diabolical i eve Delmn Tlam by a j rests the entire fabric the prosecutions Case. I Quay Side raises a Point. A attorn i Gnu tend slut Tell it. A til a not Pitit i ext Lii my adj Alt a by inc Uhll. Philadelphia april 12.-�?in the for a i sex senator Quay his lawyers i what is regarded As the All important i Contention in their fight for his a quintal. They contend that the books the j broken Peoples Bank Are not compe i tent testimony against the accused Man and therefore should not be admitted in evidence. the decision this Point rests the entire fabric the prosecutions Case. Should judge Biddle decide the Point Well taken the Commonwealth s Case will necessarily collapse. In order to secure the most effective presentation this phase the defense . Quay brought to his Aid the skill David k. Watson Pittsburg one Tho Ablest attorneys in Pennsylvania and ranking in fact with the to Best in the country. . Watson spoke this subject for nearly two hours til and had Tho almost breathless Atten i Tion a room filled with the Legal i lights the local and state bar. I the District attorney opened the i proceedings in the phase the Case by i offering in evidence the books the pm Bank extending Over a number a years and along with tin in the account Becks letter press Book and let a ters from senator Quay and state ii treasurer Haywood found in the deck Hof cashier Hopkins after that official had committed suicide. He read a Long summary what the books and pampers showed and stated what he expected to prove by them twit that through conspiracy with cashier Hopkins state treasurer Haywood and other state treasurers and possibly other officials the Bank sen a Quay used a fixed amount Sfire j Money deposited in the institution and i received interest another fixed portion the state Deposit. . Watson contended that the Mere fact that Bank clerks with no per Jfe onal knowledge the truth what they were writing entered certain Fig cures in a Book which figures purport a Ted to represent interest paid to Sena Tor Quay was no proof that the Money y had been received by him that there had been any intention to pay it to him. This argument is in line with the defense a Contention that . Quay As the victim Hopkins who used be senators name to cover up his own illegal transactions. . Watson also a attacked the indictment declaring it to he fatally defective. If judge Biddle decides the books he Bank Are admissible. . Quays lawyers will next take up the memorandum books and letters be longing to f Hopkins and oppose their introduction rat valid testimony. Homan shot to brutal tramp. South Charleston. O., april 12.�?a tramp entered the Home mrs. James Hul Eeler a farm three Milos West Titis place and shot her four times in the presence her children. His purpose was robbery. The Man was captured at Jeffersonville and hurried to he London jail to escape Lynching i it the hands neighbor the to Man. It is said he also Trad to Force woman into an a Pra stove. An Hait Conj tie in. To inn Neld. O., april 12.�?karl Leck a Nam the Assassin a Ira. Hutsler South Charleston was taken from London to Washington c. In to escape a . Sheriff Wilson communicated with governor Bushnell regarding the Protection fhe Maxi. But thought no militia was necessary As there Are no evidences a . Sheriff Wilson received word that mrs. Hutsler is not yet dead but can net survive Long. Becknan confessed to sheriff Wilson that he to Kcf airs. Hutsler saying also he had intended to kill himself. To protect cuban i it a born. Washington april 12.�?the principal subject discussion at the Rabi net meeting was an elaborate plan credit extensions in Cuba which has been presented by general Brooke and his Cabinet Council. The proposed plan mortgage extensions involves payments in instalments covering periods varying length up to six years and is intended to place creditors beyond the reach foreclosure proceedings until they can to some extent at recut i recoup their fortunes. Will Sturt the fun fort. Alexandria ind., april 12�?the officials the american plate class company have decided to Start their factory thursday and notices to that effect were posted. President Kann will meet with the strikers and propose that they return to work As non unionists. Should this be refused a number new men who Are already Here will be installed and arrangements will be made to take care them inside the works. Want chic�2u la. Cincinnati april 12.�?a Large delegation Grain dealers Louisville and Cincinnati left her for Chicago to try to induce the Chicago shippers to join the Southern Grain association which has for its purpose the securing uniformity in inspection and grading Grain and promptness in collections. Cincinnati Louisville and St. Louis Are already in the association. General Wheaton a plan. Filipino untied the Region in the Guinn Friend i in Wnm i fired from bullied where they had secreted Arni. Manilla Fuifui 12�?many the rebels Aho Attal red Gen a1 Macarthur line communication and who Wen repulsed by the troops commanded by general Wheaton were natives who entered the legion in the Gwisc ii friendlies. They had seemingly secreted arms in several places and fired the americans from Bushes at so close a Range that they could be heard talking. One the filipino yelled in English a we will give you damned americans enough this before me Are the rebels undermined the Railroad at Marilao and a spiked the rails in an Effort to wreck a train while the Railroad gang participated in the fight the work the rebels was discovered and repaired before a train arrived. General Wharton is preparing to punish the filipinos. The military gunboats Rapidan and Laguna de Bay have succeeded in entering the Santa Cruz River and have captured a Small unarmed Spanish gunboat and three launches which they discovered there. The military gunboat Oeste Haj brought 32 rebel wounded one dead filipino and six wounded americans to the Hospital. It is now known that 93 insurgents were killed during the capture Santa Cruz Inoncillo hit the rip. Paris april 12.�?in an interview a onello said a the americans have fully realized that they will never sub due the filipinos and that the policy major general Otis has completely failed. Tile filipinos have resolved to defend themselves to the death. They have in their Power 1,300 american prisoners. I he wet season is arriving and fever will soon attack the american troops and disorganized them. During this enforced truce we the contrary will increase the strength oui organization. The situation the Fil Ipince is far from so it Woald appear. She there Are Frog farms in America. He indeed even farming interests ire the jump. A Yonkers statesman. Nervous women do you feel like screaming just it before and during the monthly sick less ? Are you easily irritated ? do get the blues and wish some Imes you were dead if your answer is 44 yes Quot to any these questions you should lose to time in taking Bradfield a female regulator t will overcome and cure every Arm irregular menses leu Cor Hoea falling the womb and ther uterine trouble. $1 at druggists the Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta a Germany in Tine. Washington april 12.�?a new turn in samoan affairs resulted from a conference held by the German ambassador . Von Wolleben first with Secretary Hay at the state department and then at tile British embassy. The ambassador made known the wish the German government that the commission should leave at once catching the boat from san Francisco next week. He gave Assurance that Germany would co operate to that end by naming her commissioner although he did not officially announce that Baron Sternberg was to be the Man. To Check socialism. Berlin april 12. A a gentleman in the emperor s entourage says that the reason the emperor is withholding his confirmation Berlin s new chief mayor Herr Krischner is that his majesty is planning the formation a separate province Berlin abolishing Berlin self government. The plan embraces dividing the City and suburbs into a number sub districts Royal officials heading the administration in each. The unchecked growth socialism is the prime Factor actuating emperor Williams plans. Poisoned Bonbon. Hastings neb., april 12.�? an attempted poisoning Case the lines the Adams Case in new York occurred Here. An unknown person left at the studio mrs. F. Morey a Box Bonbons with the card a prominent society woman attached. Mrs. Morey ate freely the Candy As did several her lady friends and soon were taken sick and narrowly escaped death. The Case is shrouded in mystery. After other. Frankfort. Ky., april 12.�?the indictment c. E. Sommers returned by the Franklin county grand jury did not end its investigation the alleged bribery delegates at the Railroad commissioners democratic convention held Here last week. New witnesses we Ere summoned and an Effort is being made to obtain proof against a number prominent politicians. Forty five drowned. Malta april 12.�?the British steam Kingswell Captain Humphreys arrived Here and reports being in collision with the greek coaster Maria in the Mediterranean off the coast Tripoli. The Maria was sunk 45 persons going Down with her. The Kingswell left Alexandria last month for a Paterio. She was uninjured. Railway under water. Cheyenne wy., april 12. A several Miles the main line the Union Pacific Railroad is under water and one mile the track has been washed away near Edson station. The flow water from the mountains is unprecedented flooding the country for Miles along St. Mary a Creek which drains the Elk Mountain country. Suspect foul play. Greenville o., april 12. A Deputy sheriff Kunkle has made a partial investigation the horrible death is. Mary Brown near Rossville last saturday. From that officials statement the sentiment the people is that she was the hapless victim foul play and her body burned to hide the crime. A in a scuff for a Rifle. Denvey april 12.�?in a scuffle for the Possession a Rifle Albert Pemberton a private the Twenty fifth infantry coloured was killed at fort Logan by a Comrade Peter Horn. Horn is a raw recruit from St. Louis. Colonel Burt thinks the shooting was accidental. Fast Diamond dyes for Totton make unfading to Loh s. Cannot be washed out in soap suds faded by sunlight. The same dyes will never make a frill fast color both Wool and Cotton and hence Diamond dyes have a special line colors for Coden. Their fast Cotton dyes Are guaranteed to give perfect Satira Ltd Tion. And to make col to that cannot be washed oat in it Ong soapsuds and that will not fade when exposed to the sunlight. If it we a to Dye Codon goods us a Only the fast Diamond Dee for Cotton Ai d Yon will have Success police have a Day. They testify to in Idem connected with a he arrant genre. Canton o., Apt ii 12�?the trial 1 mrs. George War largely devoted to the evidence policemen who worked the murder ease. They detailed the arrest and described her appearance and conduct Bat were not permitted to testify As to her refusal to answer j most ions ask id by bae officers and the i an ohioan honoured by an important appointment. Bellamy Stoker the Man president my i Miry inure a proclaim Tion notifying the world that Peats a been restored Between Lutle Sam Aud the Hon. Washington. Pili 12.�?the condition War which Lias existed Between the United states and Spain since april 21, 1898, terminated when the last formalities in the restoration a pack were per in id by the Exchange the ratifications the peace treaty. Coincident with this president Mckinley issued his proclamation declaring that the War was at an end and the appointment Bellamy store was determined upon As United states minister to Spain. The proclamation is As follows a whereas a treaty peace Between the inked states America and Lier majesty the Queen Regent Spain in i he name her August son Don Alfonso Xiii was concluded and signed by their respective plenipotentiaries at Paris the 10th Day december baking powder made pure grape Cream tartar. Safeguards the food against Alum. Nov it a i a dih co., in re. Prosecuting attorney. The defense i 1898, and the ratifications the two feted to this the grounds that ii was an attempt to establish a conf i Cion by silence. The court sustained the defense in the position taken but n Long argument and the citation i it Bori ties preceded the handing Down the opinion. The policemen said mrs. George being taken to prison was searched by a woman doctor. The thumb and forefinger her right hand w Ere die coloured and smelling it they pronounced the discoloration to be due to Burnt powder. They also testified to finding Burdock burrs and Spanish Needles her skirt and to finding similar burrs and Needles in the vacant to near the Al thous Home. hand will go. New York. Api i 12.�?it is expp"4 i that the converted Cruiser Yosemite which is to carry the governor general Guam Captain Richard p. Leary United states Navy and his Garrison marines to the lad Rones will sail within the next to Days by Way the Suez. Besides the governor general and Bis official family fhe Yosemite will carry a Garrison 125 marines under major a. Hilton. She will also have a brass b and 10 men which is to give concerts in front the governor s Palace. Pm Gall it. Hon Kong. Washington april 12. A cablegram received at the state department from United states Consul Wii Man at Hon Kong contains a single word a plague a thereby announcing the anneal appearance the disease the chinese coast. will require the most energetic efforts the part our medical officers at Manilla to prevent the plague from being imported from Hin Kong. Violation i a Hor i a it. Victoria b. C., april 12.�?the Victoria trades and labor Council has passed a Resolution drawing the attention minister the Interior to the to the published report Hie importation 20 men from Pittsburg to work the construction a Steamer at Lake Bennet. This the Council holds to he an infringement the alien labor Law. Bairn arrive at Halifax. Halifax april 12. A the Steamer Kairos which was disabled in mid Ocean nearly a month ago while bound for great Britain arrived at this port without assistance. The Kairos had been in Tow to different steamers but both were obliged to give up All attempt to get her into port owing to the boisterous weather that has prevailed. Governments were exchanged in the City Washington be it known hat i William Mckinley preside it the United states America have caused the said convention to he made Public to the end that the same and every article and clause thereof May be Obj served and fulfilled with Good Faith by the United states and the citizens j j the effect the action taken is to completely renew the peaceful relations Trade official diplomatic consular and in All other ways Between this country and Spain. Following the appointment a United states minister to Madrid and a Spanish minister to Washington it is expected that consuls will be sent to Barcelona und the other Large places in Spain where our consular representations Ware suspended by the War. At the same time Spanish consuls will he appoint d to this country. Bellamy Storer is 52 years age having been born in Cincinnati in 1847. He was graduated from Harvard in 18g7. And two years later from the Law school Cincinnati College. He was admitted to the bar in the same year and until he entered Public life As a member the fifty second Congress from the first Ohio District gave his time to the Pursuit his profession. He was re elected to the fifty third Congress and wms a member the foreign affairs committee. He in a Man Large private Means. It is assumed Here that the due do a cos late Spanish minister to Mexico will be named As minister to Washington and the officials Here Hope that this will be done a favourable opinion him being held Here. To storm Santacruz then sweep the country for Miles to the South. Mission Lawtons men. Picturesque i a pail it Ion adept the Tuttle old time Frontier fighting the c command timing divided into Sirull squads. By i in e collapsed. Dox Tii greeted by student. Ann Arbor mich., april 12.�?when governor Roosevelt new York alighted from the Chicago train he was greeted with a rousing University Michigan yell. The governor and colonel Treadwell were met at the station by professors Trueblood and Hammon and were driven to president angelic residence. Bolivian rebel win one. Buenos Ayres april 12. A advices just received Here confirm the report that the bolivian revolutionists have won a signal Success. General Pando the Leader the revolutionists has entered Omro president Alonzos former Headquarters and the president i amour has fled heard a murder trial. London april 12.�?Joseph in Choate the i United states ambassador occupied a seat the Bern h at the old Bailey Central criminal court beside Justice Grantham and listened to the trial a Coste Monger who was charged with the murder his Par alleged abductors a Freak. Chicago april 12.�?john Collins and mrs. Ann Ingersoll who Are under indictment for the kidnapping Gerald Lapiner were released Bonds $10,000 each. The alleged abductors will be placed exhibition in a local dime museum. Sixth Ohio to return. Washington april 12.�?the War department has been informed that the Logan will go to Galveston and take part the tenth cavalry to Cuba. The Sedgewick with the second infantry clears thursday for Cien Fuegos and will return with the sixth Ohio. Carpenters strike . Cleveland april 12. A the carpenters strike started Here a week ago has been settled by a Compromise and the men resumed work. The original demand was for an 8-hour Day and 30 cents an hour. By the terms settlement the men receive 27v� cents an hour with an 8-hour Day. Heretofore the carpenters have worked nine hours a Day. To u estimated that Over 3,000 men Are benefited by the adoption the now scale. Sold at a sacrifice. Cincinnati april 12. By order it the London England trustees the Crescent brewery at Aurora ind.�?T, was sold for $<j0,000, which is a sacrifice. The buyers name will not be known till the Sale is passed upon by the London trustees. This is one the numerous breweries bought by the English Syndicate several years ago. Speedy War vessel. London april 12.�?the Albatross a new Type torpedo boat destroyer has attained a Speed 33 knots making this record her trial trip with the admiralty officials Board. This is the highest Speed reached by any War vessel. The destroyer is 227 feet Long and 21 feet in the beam with a draught us. Feet. Manilla april expedition 1,500 men under major Genera Henry w. Lawton Start re with the intention crossing Laguna de Bay capturing the town Santa Cruz the Eastern Shore the Lake and then sweeping the country to the South. It consists 200 picked sharpshooters it Hosen from the various regiments hawthorne1, Mountain Battery Gale s Squadron thre troops the court i cavalry unmounted with Broncos. I Appan s battalion the fourteenth infantry Lincks battalion the first Idaho infantry and Fraino s battalion the first North Dakota infantry under general King. I he flotilla 20 canoes towed by tugs and conveyed by gunboats preceded by the launch containing general Lawton and general King started from san Pedro Manati the River pasig moving toward the Lake just As evening was setting in. It was a truly picturesque scene. The men were ail in High spirits and carried rations for id Days with the lightest marching equipment. Genera i a tones plan was to reach Santa Cruz at Daybreak to capture destroy any rebel gunboats shipping to take the town and then to scour Tho country to the South the Lake a District not yet explored by the americans. The tactics will be those the old time Frontier fighting and it i probable hat the command will be divided into squads 12 under non commissioned officers. In general Lawtons Abs Nee the second division is temporarily command cd by general Ovenshine whose Linen extend from the Beach near malate South Manilla to the Shore Laguna de Bay beyond pasig a distance about seven Miles. I he withdrawal the ight Eon companies constituting the expeditionary Force made a Gap in the line from the Beach to Calculi just Southwest san Pedro Manati which was subsequently filled by the fourth infantry. The rebels the extreme right had evidently been informed the withdrawal the troops and they attempted to sneak through after Nightfall but they met with a warm reception and fell Back in disorder discovering that the line was still intact. In oar work in to fill in mid Mort urn Len red. New York april 12.�?the temporary superstructure the big Wims aver Nile Bridge now being built Over by Harlem River collapsed jailing four nun and seriously injuring six one whom May ii twelve Liori a Al workmen also re nixed input 03 ii More less serious nature. The dead Lewis Beattie to ill non it Delaney waiter Delaney Thoro Grady masons Helper. The to sufi piously injured a Charles Parsley Skull fractured will probably die Joseph Perry. 27, head crushed Danie. Sheehan. 25. Hurt about the head Anc body Simon med to. 28, crushed1. The Accident was caused by too great a weight being put the travelling Derrick that it Asti the superstructure e i. Stoned to Bryan. Jefferson City mo., april 12.�?colo Nel William j. Bryan addressed do Missouri legislature from he Capite a Steps order to accommodate the big crowd. A too people being present. He a inst trusts the income tax. And denounced Gold bugs de against the annexation cube to Rico end the. Conquest n. Filippine islands. Spoke do Cir Locia red p the i. It lib Iii Al i in faded. Hay i april 12. The Imp d ran Road St was ended by order that military administration that train should but Annex by second cd thire class en7ii. Is in order to carry mail and govern it stores. The strikers fear Iii their jobs absolutely surrendered v bout conditions Anc trains a. No a inning schedule time. Girl Liru Tii a Aisun Lenl Akron 0., april shortly after dark Lena Fuller 20. Was brutally assault d in a Park by three unknown men. A handkerchief was used As . Gag. Miss Fuller was her a y hum from Church when the outrage a perpetrated. She is in a critical cond a Tion. Relatives Are assisting the Chi cars in search for tin bastards tramps to stay at in Anu. Springfield ills. April 12.�?a Deb gation Pana citizens headed by the sheriff called the governor and requested the removal the troops now patrol duty there. The governor id the militia would remain unti order was restored. Free Lover jailed. Portsmouth o., april 12.�?the authorities made a raid a Community in the Sci to county Hills devoted to free love. Peter Cooper Mary sly James Belton Sarah Woodard Joseph Manly and Elizabeth Hoyt have pleaded guilty. Officers Are after others. Literally scalped. New Philadelphia o., april 12, Donahue a Driver in Klondyke Coal mine was caught by a huge Rock which literally scalped him. He May die from his injuries. An important town. Washington april Cruz is a place considerable importance. It is the capital the province Laguna and has a population according to the Best available information Here considerably morn than 13,000 persons. It is apparently an opening wedge for the country beyond. From it Lead highways in ail directions to Manilla. Aguinaldo Deer Madrid april following dispatch from Manilla is published Here. Aguinaldo has issued a decree directing that Spanish shall be the official language throughout the archipelago and protesting against the american pretension to Force the use English the natives who do not know casualty tint. Washington april Otis has cabled to the War department a list casualties since mar h 25. Privates a John Ingham Nelson and Thomas p. Morris were killed in action and a Washington. April i2. A sir Julian Paunce Fote will leave Here the 261 inst. To take part in toe disarmament Congress at he Hague. The absence the ambassador the death first Secretary Bland and the appointment a . Eliott As High commissioner to Samoa leaves the Temh v in rather r crippled state. . Re maid Tower who recently went leave has Beer cabled to return at once As charge. Building at a standstill. Waco tex., april 12.�?the forces the Union carpenters who went. . A strike for higher wages and lest hours work were augmented by the Union painters refusing to work buildings where nonunion labor was employed. A a result we Ork Albin id Ings in course construction it practically at a standstill. Want better service. San Juan de Porto Rico april 12.�? Perry s. Hea the first assistant postmaster general has arrived Here Board the United states transport Buford. He will be urged All sides to improve the mail service especially Between. Ponce and san Juan. Treasury statement. A Washington april 12.�?condition the Treasury available Cash balance score wounded in skirmishes since that �?o282,409,600 Gold Reserve $245,033,000.six others died from wounds. Castoria for infants and children. The kind you have always bought bears the signature

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