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27 Apr 1899

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27 Apr 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - April 27, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Be Ian pc. Elk Defiance The Ursa a apri 27 899 London purple Blue vitriol w Hite hellebore pure and fresh at to the ver y trenches Ino. 20 Macarthur a men fought their Way step by step. With Zoubat Force enemy a capital doomed. Ill next door to Yingling a. Larga handing hem fired by the filipinos la anticipation the final assault act icons Iii cd and wounded. To Quill the enemy every Dollar and american necessary will be used. A Cabinet officer talks. Proposition to utilize negro troops in the Philippines will he considered by the administration in the near future. By negroes i Washington. April 26.�?with a Large War department map before them the Cabinet studied the positions the americans and filipinos near Callum pit. Secretary Alger pointed out what was intended to be accomplished the positions and strength the opposing forces. The Secretary is rather hopeful that the filipinos will not be Able to elude the american forces this time. He believes that if a Large part Aguinaldo army could be captured the termination the fighting might be near. A Cabinet officer said that the Cabinet has no time to discuss the subject the future disposition the Philippines. A it is the present that we Are thinking a he said a and there is not the slightest intention deviating from the present program. I believe it is the unanimous feeling the Cabinet that nothing shall be decided As to the future status the islands until we have placed them satisfactorily under the control the United i he said that every Dollar and every i american necessary to bring the islands to this country would be used. When the insurgents have recognized the Power Tho United states the question their future status will be taken up and discussed. A proposition to utilize negro troops to a Large extent in future military operations in the Philippines is attracting much attention and it is believed will be considered by the and. Ministration in the near future. Such a policy is urged the theory that certain racial affiliations May be utilized in a Way to defeat rebellious acts the part Aguinaldo and his party and to bring peace to the newly acquired possessions the United states in the far East. One third the population the Philippines Are negroes the same race As those in the United states and while not numerous about Manilla la comprise nearly the entire population some the islands. The advocates the scheme believe that in a Short time there would be an assimilation a Between the negroes in the Philippines i and the coloured men from the United states and there would follow for the coloured people opportunities to get Al Homes and possibilities careers they i could not Hope for in this country. A coloured murderer is shot to death id a Knny a jail. Galena ran., april 25.�?charier Williams alias Jones coloured was shot to death in the City jail by a mob negroes. Williams killed Laura Canafax a negress monday. The mob composed about 25 masked negroes went to the jail and four broke the door in. The first Man had an a the second a rope arid the third carried a pistol. Williams was locked in his cell but they broke the lock and ordered him to Corno out. The he refused to do. The Iran who carried the revolver then began shooting through the bars. Four shots took feet killing Williams instantly. The mob dispersed without any demonstration. A coroners jury found that Williams came to his death from the effects pistol shots from an unknown person. No arrests have been made. Woman for Fifon Migion. Pittsburg april 26. A six Hundred women hailing from nine different states assembled in the East Liberty presbyterian Church to inaugurate the Twenty ninth annual meeting the woman s foreign missionary society the presbyterian Church commonly known As the Philadelphia Board. Mrs. N. Culbertson Washington d. C., conducted the opening session. The general topic for discussion was a the Promise put in record a and Many pointed Short addresses wer delivered. Gaum ifs destination. New York. April 26. A the United states auxiliary Cruiser Yosemite will j sail for Guam this week. A Board inspection arrived from Washington and began a thorough examination into every detail the arrangements for the voyage. The Yosemite is in command Captain eary who is to be in charge the government Coaling station at the Island Guam Midway Between Manilla and san Francisco. Thanked Ute Czar. Indianapolis april 26.�?May Wright Sewell vice president the International Council women has addressed a letter to the Czar Russia thanking him in the name the 1,250,000 women the United states included in the membership the Council in calling a convention representatives All nations to consider the disarmament the countries the world. Quot a Hui Spanish to remain. Madrid april 26�?the government has received a dispatch from general Rios Spain a commander in the Philippines asserting that major general Otis has requested him not to with draw the Spanish troops from the isl and Mindanao until the arrival the american Force occupation general pics asks the government when he May return to Spain. Bishop Watterson successor. Cleveland april 26.�?it is More than probable that monsignor t. P. Thorpe pastor the Church the immaculate Conception in this City will succeed the late Bishop Watterson. Thorpe came within a hairs breadth being j appointed when Watterson landed the office. In some ways Thorpe is much like Watterson that is he takes a prominent part in Reform and Good citizenship movements. With troops. San Francisco april 26.�?the United states transport Morgan City with Captain Lombard in command sailed for Manilla with about 600 recruits for various regiments now in the Philippines. She also carried a Large Quantity supplies for the american forces the islands. M Mother s Hope tits Dreyfu grind. Paris april 26.�?the court cassation has decided by a Large majority not to confront colonel Picquet with general Roget. It has also been decided to make a further examination colonel Dupaty de Clam and to investigate the Panizz Ardi Telegram. Is that when her Little ones Are born they will be vigorous and healthy. Her Hopes will be fully realized if she will prepare herself during pregnancy with mothers Friend the widely known external liniment which so Many women use. It not Only paves the Way for easy delivery but insures strength and vigor to the new born. Sold by i nihilists for is a bottle. Fend for our fret illustrated Book about Mother s a i the Bradfield regulator co. A a a. Nor re Irv Quot Irv in i Norm Chines Kef need. Vancouver b. C., april 26. A the Empress china., which arrived from Hon Kong and Yokohama has Board fevers chinese refugees who like Kungyu Wei have been compelled to leave Japan. Mckinley flan. Washington april 26. A president Mckinley is feeling better. He will leave thursday for Philadelphia according to program. He will visit the Raleigh Friday Forenoon returning Here in the afternoon. Doctor Rake Itrato. Toledo april 26.�?dr. B. M. Rake Straw is died in his office at Hicksville o., heart failure. He was f prominent in Ohio having been con i 70 killed Many a them being Quot in uie nested with Benjamin f. Wade and j artillery Salmon p. Chase. Manilla april 26.�?general Macarthur a division fought its Way to the filipino trenches before Calumpit advancing four Miles mostly through Woods and Jungle and crossing the bag bag River. This was accomplished at a Cost to the americans six killed and 28 wounded the first South Dakota regiment being the heaviest loser. After fording the River the South Dakota spurred the insurgents to the outskirts Calumpit but the town was found to be so strongly protected that general Macarthur deemed it Best to withdraw the tired fighters and go into Camp for a rest before making the final assault the largest buildings in Calumpit were being fired by the filipinos while the americans were crossing the River fully a mile away indicating the enemy a intention to abandon the place. The insurgents seem to have adopted a settled policy retiring from one position after another after inflicting the greatest possible damage upon the advancing army. The forces were Well drilled. Every foot the ground was tenaciously disputed by thoroughly organized troops who stood remarkably firm even under fire the artillery. The enemy had planned to wreck our artillery transport train. This attempt was a failure but a fire in a Span the Iron railway Bridge Over the River destroyed it hampering the american transportation for some time. The filipinos Cut the girders intending to have the Structure fall with the train but it collapsed prematurely its own weight the bag bag River which is about too Yards wide at that Point is splendidly fortified and the americans were compelled to approach an open space from which the rebels had cleared every obstruction to sight. The Bank the River a High Bluff was surmounted with trenches capped with rocks Loop holed and partly hidden by Bushes. Genera Wheaton s brigade approached the River along the Railroad leaving the Camp beyond Malolos City. General Hales was earlier the March and sweeping Westward toward the Railroad. The armoured train was being pushed by chinamen the twentieth Kansas regiment advancing in an extended order the left and the first Montana regiment with the Utah Light artillery in the right. The rapid firing guns the train opened the Ball at 11 30 a. In. About a mile from the River their popping alternating continuously with the Boom the 6-Pounders. The Montana regiment and the Utah artillery batteries at the same time entered the Jungle from which the insurgents who we Ere occupying a Large straggling Village huts poured heavy volleys. In the course an hour the americans had forced a passage through the Woods to the open space in front the River and the artillery immediately Wheeling into the open began shelling the filipino trenches. In the meantime the twentieth Kansas led by Captain Belwood performed one the most Brilliant achievements Tho Campaign. The regiment was being held in Reserve and company k charged a distance a Quarter a mile Over a Cornfield to the Bank the River near the Bridge where the insurgents from a Trench were Pepper ing the armoured train then about 200 Yards Down the track. The company found shelter in a ditch colonel Frederick Funston called for volunteers to Cross the River and the colonel himself lieutenant Ball a private company a a private company a trumpeter Bayfield and Corporal Ferguson company i crawled along the Iron girders. While this was going the men company k from the ditch were Fusil lading the trenches in the Endeavor to divert attention but the filipinos got the Range from a Trench Down the River and their bullets soon spattered the water under the Structure. Having reached the broken Span the Small but valorous party americans Slid Down the Caisson swam a few Yards to the Shore and crawled up the Bank the Little colonel leading the Way to the trenches revolver in hand while the few remaining filipinos bolted. Colonel Funston said afterwards it was not much to do. We knew they could not shoot straight and that our boys would attend to them while we were it is difficult to estimate the insurgent losses but they Are no fewer than seventy gallon Benzyl in Loii in a gum factory. Philadelphia april 26.�?by the Ltd Plosick 75 Gallons Bunzol in the j Laboratory Frank in Fleer amp cola i Pany manufacturers t f chewing gum i two men were killed three persons be i piously injured an i Over a score others were More less Hurt by flying debris. The dead Are Walter Manwaring assistant superintendent Charles Mckinley Engineer. Of those injured Harry Randall an employee and mrs. Givison and her son Are the meat seriously Hurt but they will recover. The explosion was a terrific one and for a time caused the wildest excitement. No less than too buildings in the Vicinity most them Small dwellings were damaged. The Laboratory building was a 2-Story Structure. At the time the explosion there were Only four men working in the building who were preparing a mixture for the making Vail line. The doors to the room in which they were working were closed but the fumes from the Benzyl in some Way reached the Furnace in the next room and the explosion instantly followed. The Laboratory and building adjoining were wrecked. Fate mrs George it will be in the jury s hands thursday noon. Arguments about closed. Attorney for Ute Defru attack the test ins ony the state Ami Riddle Tho alleged betrayer the act used. Royal r arc ii Lviv fat Baki be powder absolutely pure makes the food More delicious and wholesome toy Al i Kino powder Cost Vork. Stormed the Trench implicates his Mother. Swift retribution. Ellsworth Kan., april 26.�?an unusual tragedy in which an italian and his wife and a male Boarder were actors took place at Kannapolis. The husband and the Bearder Are dead and the woman is seriously wounded. The Canton o., april 26.�?attorney we to began his argument for the defense in the George trial tuesday evening and concluded wednesday afternoon. Or. Pomerene who closes for the state will not be expected to finish in less than half a Day. The judge has unofficially said that his charge will not be lengthy that it will not occupy More than 15 20 minutes. The charge will not be delivered until thursday. Or. Sterling reviewed and Summa i up the testimony and especially attacked the testimony mrs. Eckroat the Eye witness the ground her i alleged excessive use morphine and the Contention that by reason the darkness it was impossible for any one to have been recognized under the ad-1 fitted Conditi Early in his summing up the pcs i Timony . Sterling diverged to i his respects to Saxton and the other i people connected with the Case. In this Lino he presented Saxton in the most unfavourable Light and dwelt upon americans in a disastrous but successful fight. Over fifty men dropped. Seven these including the commander fell to Rise no More. Enemy quit with Small loss Boarder was wanted in Italy for Mur Der. Arni the fact leaking out he re i �?~2il�?~221 a 22&Quot a pc solved in Rill Tho in mud in att.,.,. My my Tho George Home. Solved to kill the family. He attacked the couple with razor and knife. In escaping the murderer accidentally plunged headlong into a Shaft a Salt works 1,000 feet deep and was killed new korean mini to a. Washington april 26.�?the korean Diplomat who has been appointed As minister at Washington to succeed . Chin porn be who has been transferred to Russia France and Austria is Prince min Yong Whan. He is first Cousin to his majesty second Cousin to the late Queen and Uncle to the Crown Princess. He Speaks English and stands very High in the escalation foreigners As Well As koreans. Or. Welty who is closing for the defense began a review the life mrs. George so far As it had been introduced in evidence in the Case representing her As an unsophisticated country woman a Novice in the ways the world until she came in Contact with Saxton. Her fall he described in detail and entered upon a review the threats which constitute a considerable volume the evidence and the circumstances under which they were made. Outcome a Baring flying charge a ii orm it a Hoe barricade behind which a Large baud filipino were safely sheltered. To rest in Arlington. Washington april 26.�?the Gallant marines who lost their lives in the Early fighting around Guantanamo Are to be interred in Arlington cemetery beside the bodies the soldiers Whoso remains were recently brought from Cuba and Porto Rico. Tho funeral ship Crook is now her Way to new York with these bodies together with the remains a number soldiers disinterred in Porto Rico. Emperor William to blame. Berlin april 26 a the German press continues to maintain a moderate tone j regarding the utterances Captain Coghlan. The Neuse Nach Rechten and the Frankfurter Zeitung confess that a the american sailors had a certain amount justification for irritation j at the presence German men War at the Frankfurter Zeitung suggests that it was not the German foreign office but emperor William who was responsible for the officious Ness Tim German Squadron. Modified the sentence. Washington april 28. A lieutenant e. E. Perkins eighth infantry was found guilty and sentenced to be dismissed by a court martial held in Havana. The president modified the sentence to forfeiture one third his monthly for 12 months. Alger Ila it. Washington april 26. A the Board appointed to investigate the destruction the beef aboard the Manitoba last summer in Porto Rico has made its report to Secretary Alger. The report has not been made Public. Women whist league. Washington april 26.�?the second annual Congress the woman a whist league began Here with 350 players in attendance including nearly All the most prominent women whispers in the country and representing nearly every City. The Congress will continue until Friday morning when the final matches will be played. Gomper the ground. Alexandria ind., april 26.�?president Gompers the american federation labor arrived Here. At a Public meeting he addressed a Large crowd dwelling principally the present trouble hereafter which he held a con Ference with the strikers in their own Hall. It is probable that he will meet Secretary Mack the plate Glass company before leaving Here and the men Hope for Good results from his visit. Under water. Omaha april 26.�?the Rise in the Missouri River at this Point has resulted in driving 600 people from their Homes and nearly totally submerged the Bottom lands territory six Miles Long and two Miles wide. Water is in the icehouse Swift amp company and the South Omaha company and is doing much damage. All the manufacturing plants and railway tracks the Bottoms Are flooded. Resulted in a riot. Budweis Bohemia april 26. A the strike that has been in Progress Here for some time culminated in rioting and in a collision Between the troops and the rioters. Several persons were wounded. Under pressure. What the Rook revealed. Lancaster pa., april 26.�?an examination was made w. M. Jacobs books and it was found that he had defrauded the government out about $125,000 with his bogus Revenue Stamps the books showing the difference Between the number cigars actually produced at the factories and the number that Jacobs reported to the Revenue office As having been made. New Many columns Reda oed to a minimum. Richard Croker sailed for Europe. National chief police will meet in Chattanooga tenn., May 9. Ernest Otto 67, suicide at Columbus He was despondent. Former customs officer Joseph e. Floyd is dead at Skagway Alaska. Janauschek the famous trag Dienne has retired from the stage. Ill health. While drunk Edward Scott Jamestown n. Y., fatally stabbed his son Edward. George Hahr la fatally shot Timothy Dillon 8, at Chicago. Outcome a grudge. At Camden n. J., Edward Oswald stabbed to death his wife daughter and himself. Edna Clarke was arrested at Chillicothe o., charged with strangling her Newborn babe. James and Joseph Caldwell Brothers Bismarck s. D., quarrelled. James killed Joseph then committed suicide Stotz Enburg it successor. Lincoln neb., april 26. A governor Poyster appointed lieutenant colonel Colton to be colonel the first Nebraska in place colonel Totzen Burg killed in Battle. The appointment was cabled to Manilla. Section hand killed. Athens 0�?z april 26.�?jesse Shafer 27, Section hand was struck by a passenger train at Chauncey and instantly killed. His body a mangled both legs being Cut off and head crushed. Manilla april 24.�?in an encounter with the filipinos near Quingua about four Miles Northeast Malolos seven americans were killed and 44 wounded. The following were killed colonel John m. Stotsenberg the first Nebraska regiment formerly the sixth cavalry lieutenant Sisson the same regiment two privates the Nebraska regiment three privates the fourth cavalry. Most the wounded belong to the first Nebraska regiment. The filipinos retreated with Small loss. The engagement developed into a disastrous though successful fight. The insurgents had a Horseshoe Trench about a mile Long encircling a Rice Field the Edge a Wood. Captain Bell with 40 cavalrymen encountered a Strong Post. One his men was killed and five were wounded by a vol i icy. The americans retired carrying their wounded under fire and with great difficulty being closely pursued a fog enabling the enemy to creep up to them. I women who were carrying a Comrade were shot in the arms but they continued with their Burden. Captain Bell sent for reinforcements to Rescue the body the killed Cavalryman and a battalion the Nebraska regiment Uncer major Mulford arrived and advanced until checked by volleys from the enemy a trenches. The americans Lay about 800 Yards from the trenches behind Rice furrows under fire for two hours. Several men were Sun struck one dying from the effects the heat As they Lay there waiting for the artillery to come up. Finally the second battalion arrived and then colonel Stotsenberg who had 8pent the night with his father at Manilla came upon the Field. The men immediately recognized him and raised a cheer. Colonel Stotsenberg deciding to charge As the cheapest Way out the difficulty led the attack at the Bead his regiment. He fell with a Bullet a the breast dying instantly about 200 Yards from the breastworks. Lieutenant Sisson fell with a Bullet in the heart the i Aliet striking him near a picture a girl us Pended by a ribbon from his neck. In the meantime the artillery arrived and shelled the trenches. The filipinos stood until the Nebraska troops were right the trenches and then they bolted to the second line in tronc ments a mile Back. The Nebraska regiment lost two privates and had Many wounded including two lieutenants. The Iowa Region it had several wounded. The Utah regiment had officer and three men wounded. Thirteen dead filipinos were found dead in the Trench. Their Joss was comparatively Small account their Safe shelter. The americans carried the second Trench with Small loss and Are now holding the town. Second it Ion mail by inc murders Fli hut no it a a in to it Pana his., april 26.- Henry Brunot. Who is routine in the Taylorville jail for the murder c f his aunt Jane Bru oot april to made a second confession implicating Hub Mother Anna Brunot in the crime. A warrant hat been sworn out for mrs Brunotts arrest. Mrs. Brunot denied her complicity in the strongest terms. Brunot also admitted in his confession to having bought arsenic for his. Mother Only a few Days before his father died some three years ago forging ii is father s name to the order for the drug. He said his Mother told him she used Poison to kill rats. Two Days after giving his Mother the drug Brunot says his father collapsed at the dinner table and his death followed to a few moments. His Mother received $2,000 insurance his life two week later. Brunot stated further that he was j St. Louis the night Jan. 26 last win widow Mary Mcintyre was murder in her Home in Featham mining do strict Pana but the authorities have a witness who declares he roof the train from Dunkle station to .u with Brunot the night the murder. Creedon Wae a. Now York april 26.�?nearly 6,000 sports assembled at Tho Lenox athletic club in Tho Hope seeing a rattling bout Between Joe Walcott the negro Boxer and Dan Creedon Tho austra they were matched to go 20 is at catch Wrights but although in weighed 20 pounds More than opponent the negro made Short him. With a left and two smashes the jaw Creedon was out in the first round in one min ind fifteen seconds. Re i. Arc his Wor Rigl put a a political How. T a o., april 26.�?a meeting the rep. Mean county Central committee a delegates to the state convention broke up in a Row. Sixteen Hanna i Rakers wanted to select delegates Des. Eth protests the people. Ten if Hanna men wanted a. Convention fleeing they could not g t together to. Ati Hanna men withdrew and apr a d a committee to Call a convention. He Hanna people selected delegates. Smallpox raging. Kansas pity april 26. A a a negro broken out with smallpox sores and delirious from the disease ran through the streets Kansas City Kan. His capture by the police revealed the fact that the disease is epidemic among the negroes that City. So far nearly 30 cases smallpox have been found 20 the cases being found in one thickly settled Block. Six Klou Diker drowned. Victoria b. C., april 26.�?advices from Alaska a to the effect that a party six returning Klondike is one whom is said to have been bringing out considerable treasure have been drowned near fifty mile where the River Trail is now impassable. Tho Story was give. Ii at Skagway by a late arrival but it is confirmed by other late Comers. Daily earthquake Shock. Fort Brigg cal., april 26.�?two violent earthquake shocks have been Felt Here. They were about three seconds duration each. Heavy rumbling sounds preceded each Shock. Two Light shocks have occurred daily hiring the past week the vibrations generally being from Southwest to Northwest. Source filipino supplies Washington april 26. A army officials have Learned that since Manilla fell the filipinos have been receiving supplies ammunition from Hon Kong and Singapore As Well As from Europe. A strict naval patrol the Island Luzon has been established and belief is expressed that the Supply ammunition will now be Cut off it is positively stated the filipinos have no factory for the manufacture smokeless powder and Mauser cartridges which they Are using. Official from Otis. Washington april 24.�?the following message regarding the fight at Quen Gua was received at the War department from major general Otis a a reconnaissance Quingua place six Miles Northeast Malolos made by major Bell and a troop cavalry resulted in Contact and Battle Iii which four battalions infantry and four pieces artillery became engaged. In my driven from Intres cements at Quengua with considerable loss our casualties quite severe. Colonel stot Senberg and lieutenant sessions first Nebraska killed also several enlisted men. Considerable number went insane. Worcester mass., april 26.�?andrew h. Wilcox Des Moines la was committed to the insane Hospital. Wilcox was an attendant at the worlds convention seventh Day adventists Here and has remained since. He has been forcing his Peculiar belief the pupils the Academy at Lancaster. Refuse to arbitrate. Little Rock april 26.�?an offer made by governor Jones to arbitrate the differences existing Between the mine owners and miners in Arkansas has been refused by the operators. Castoria for infants and children. The kind you have always bought \ \ bears the signature

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