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17 Aug 1899

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17 Aug 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - August 17, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Def Ian vol. , Thursday August 17 89s no. 36 to triumphant peace will be carried our Flag at any sacrifice and wherever assailed. My inlets significant remark. Enthusiastic greeting Given the Chiel executive at a summer school and he responds with i a Brief address. Plattsburg n. Y., aug. 16.�?president Mckinley accompanied by his private Secretary was driven to the auditorium the grounds the Catholic summer school America at Cliff Haven Lake Champlain. A triumphal Arch Evergreen interlaced with american flags had been erected at the Entrance to the grounds and the auditorium and Many the cottages the grounds had been gaily decorated with flags and Bunting in Honor the presidents visit. Rev. M. J. Lavelle president the Catholic summer school introduced president Mckinley. Father Lavelle a speech was frequently interrupted by Hearty applause and when during the course his remarks he predicted that the a Many millions people recently brought under our protectorate would make american citizens As Loyal As sturdy and As True As those that Are Here today a the audience cheered enthusiastically. As president Mckinley arose the audience applauded cheered waved flags handkerchiefs and parasols until he made a motion for them to desist. He said a father Lavelle members the Catholic school ladies and gentlemen i had not intended to say a word but i cannot sit in silence in the presence this splendid demonstration your Good will and patriotism. I cannot forbear to give expression to my very High appreciation the gracious Welcome you have Given me Here today and the More than gracious words commendation uttered by your president. Whatever the government the United states has been Able to accomplish since i last met you Here is because the hearts the people have been with the government the United states. Our patriotism is neither sectional nor sectarian. A we May differ in our political and religious beliefs hut we Are United for country. Loyalty to the government is cur National Creed. We follow All us. One Flag. It symbolizes our purpose and our aspirations it represents what we believe and what we mean to maintain and wherever it floats it is the Flag the free the Hope the oppressed and wherever it is assailed at any sacrifice it will be carried to a triumphant peace. Quot rebellions May delay hut it can never defeat its blessed Mission Liberty and humanity. A thank you again for this most cordial and gracious the president spoke slowly and deliberately in a moderate but Earnest tone. Only once did he raise his voice a when he said that the a Flag whenever it is assailed will be carried to a triumphant the cheering which interrupted his speech at this Point fairly Shook the roof and he was unable to make himself heard for five minutes. At the close the audience joined in singing the Star spangled Banner and they Sang it with a will. Foolish m. Guerin. Paris aug. 16.�?m. Waldock Rous seau conferred several times during the Day with m. Lepine the prefect police and in consideration the fact that a recourse to Force in the arrest m. Erin the anti semitic Leader who has fortified himself in his House might Lead to a useless sacrifice life entailing still Graver demonstrations at the obsequies the victims the Premier decided net to expose the life any Man Soldier policeman firemen but to leave m. Guerin a Choice Between self impel Monement and arrest. Meanwhile the friends Guerin Are busying themselves to Rescue him from a impossible and foolish position. The secrets easy and Al most painless childbirth Are All told in a handsomely illustrated Book entitled a before baby is born a a copy which will be sent free request to every expectant Mother. The Book also tells about that Tuy great liniment known As mothers Friend which modifies All the distress pain and Iaeger the period pregnancy and Bures rapid recovery. Orng Guiti Mil Mother Friend foe is a bottle. Fun Bradfield regulator co atlatl Taga. Starved and beaten. Startling so Ory regarding the treatment the Yorktown men. San Francisco aug. 16.�?the bulletin publishes a startling Story from the Philippines regarding lieutenant Gilmore and the party from the Yorktown who were captured by the filipinos and who have been reported from official sources As being Well cared for and Well treated. It appears that when the ame cant reached san Isidro where the Yorktown members and some soldiers and civilians had been imprisoned they found the names the prisoners scratched the Walls the jail. Some letters from the men were found secreted under stones and a spaniard who had been entrusted with several presented them to general Lawton. The letters told the hardships the men were compelled to suffer and begged that Aid be sent them. The men complained that they had been starved beaten and bound and moreover were in rags. Typographical convention. Detroit aug. 16.�?the International typographical Union struck out a Section the Laws which required that non Printer members be permitted to work Only at the particular subdivision the Craft in which they May be employed at time admission to the Union. The committee Laws recommended adoption an amendment that in machine offices no person should be eligible As an apprentice who is not a Journeyman Printer and a member the typographical Union except apprentices in the last six months their apprenticeship. The convention voted to continue annual sessions. As viewed by Bryan Silver trusts expansion and other problems the flour. He talks to Iowa democrats. Suggests a special session Congress in order to declare our Good intentions toward the Philippines. Negroes censure Mckinley. Springfield o., aug. coloured masons Ohio met in this City and expressed dissatisfaction concerning president Mckinley a silence the Lynching question and his refusal to commission coloured officers. Prominent speakers were r. A. Tyler Columbus Charles Marshall Cleve land w. H. Parham Cincinnati we Ham Hanley Toledo. They threatened to remain away from the polls in a body at the coming elections and appointed a. Ii. Parham to distribute an address to coloured voters setting Forth the above complaint. _ transport Hooker still aground. Manilla aug. 6.�?the United states warships Baltimore and Concord have made an unsuccessful attempt to Tow off the United states transport Hooker formerly the Panama which grounded in the North Channel off Corregidor Island a week ago. It is now believed to be impossible to float the Hooker. New forgery Iii dossier. Paris aug. 16.�?the Martin makes the announcement that maitre Labori after he was shot declared that As the outcome his injury appeared doubtful he wished to make known the fact that m. Chanoine who has charge the secret documents in the Dreyfus Case has discovered a new forgery in the dossier. On the Diamond. How the contests resulted various leagues. In the clubs. W Brook Ltd Quot Host. Pella Battu. no to. St. A. L. R e. At Ted til 37 82 3� a it 8 3i> 55 42 55 45 .022 .014 .5518 .507 .550 clubs. Chica. Pitts Louis. N. A Wash. In. 53 40 43 40 85 Cleve. 17 l. 45 51 pc. .541 .400 .430 .421 .350 .104 at Philadelphia it. H e. Chicago. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 in i 4 i Philadelphia 02000000 a 2 i 0 batteries Garvin Aud Donahue Platt and Mcfarland. Lynch and Connolly. At b Book Lynn it. He. Cleveland. 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0�? 2 5 2 Brooklyn i 1000202 -0 7 3 batteries Knepper und Sugden my James und Mcguire. Of Curtwood and Dwyer. At new Youk h u e. New York. 3 i 0 0 0 0 i 0 0 5 la 0 Louisville. 3 1 0 0 0 1 2 2 0�? la i 2 batteries Zobeny and Warner Dowling and Power. Bundle Aud Mcdonald. At Bostons it. Ile. Boston 00000000 u 0 0 i Cincinnati ____100000000�? i to i batteries a Meekin and Bergen Taylor Aud la Eitz. Gaffney and Latham. At Washington it. Ii. E. Washington .00000 3 000�? 3 8 i st. Louis .000040400�? 8 to i batteries a Dineen and Duncan Young Tad sell reek Day and Hunt. Western league. At Buffalo Buffalo 3 grand i rapids 4. Second Buffalo 12 grand i rapids 3. At Detroit Detroit 3 Indianapolis 2. At st. Baulk it. Paul 5 Minneapolis 8. Interstate league. At fort Wayne fort Wayne 13 wheel log 5. At Kringle old a Springfield la Newcastle 0. At Dayton Day ton 3 Mansfield 2. Second Dayton 3 Mansfield 7. Turf winners. At Saratoga a hurly Burly federalist Gabrillo judge Wardell Ben Der. At Chicago Maurice a unsightly cur Nero Tulia Bouse Lew Kraft Aureole. The weather. A fair Fer Kentucky und West Virginia a winds mostly northerly. For Ohio and Indiana fair fresh bottle a y to Easterly winds. Des Moines la., aug. 16.�?avilliam Jennings Bryan spoke for two hours at the auditorium to an audience 4,500 people. The House was crowded and the audience which included practically All the delegates to the democratic state convention took every Opportunity to applaud. Or. Bryan first reviewed the record the Republican party accusing it putting the Dollar above the Man. He then took up the Silver question saying Prosperity did not set in until six months after the election when the Klondike Gold mines began to be heard from. The republicans who claim that times Are better because the balance Trade is in favor the United states give away their own position end admit the democratic View the quantitative character the Money is Correct. The 0,500,000 democratic voters the democratic party in 1896 were for Silver. The 7,000,000 Republican voters were for a platform which called for International bimetal ism. Only the Palmer and Buckner voters were for the Gold standards less than i per cent yet now the Iowa Republican platform goes a step farther and is mainly for Gold alone. Moreover the republicans threaten to retire the greenbacks though they have never been before the people that Issue. The speaker next went after the trusts hut said if the democratic party neglected the Silver question to attend to trusts it would rightly forfeit the Confidence the people. The Money Trust is the biggest Trust Cfall. A new danger the trusts has just been developed. When a Trust gets control All the factories in a Given line and the hands in one factory strike the Trust will Oise that enc establishment and make its goods at the others. Ashen the workmen at that place Are starved to the Point working for any wages offered that factory will be reopened and a lockout to reduce wages will he in. A crated at another factory. Or. Bryan closed his speech by a lengthy discussion imperialism. The difference he said Between a Republic and an Empire is this a re Public needs an army 25,000 for 70,-000,000 people. An Empire needs four a times that Large an army when 10,-000,000 population in added. This suits the Young men who get fat jobs in the army but not the people who pay the $1 ,500 a year needed to maintain each Soldier in the Philippines. Even if we succeed in killing off All the natives you cannot get Young americans to go there they prefer to live in Iowa and Nebraska. As the tagalus Are largely christians and our native allies Are largely Mohammedan we ought to ask the Sultan to help us subdue the Christian insurgents. This government ought to make a declaration Good intentions toward the Philippines As it did toward Cuba. The president ought to have done so if he did not have the Power should have asked Congress for it. Now he might Call a special session to ask for the Power. More flouting Palace. Cleveland aug. 16.�?it was announced that the Northern transportation company owners the Lake steamers Northwest and Northland which run Between Buffalo and Duluth would soon let contracts for two More steamers the same design. These boats Cost $850,000 each and Are exclusively passenger steamers. Miami a new president. Cincinnati aug. trustees Miami University at Oxford o., met Here and elected Rev. David Stanton Tappan d. D., pastor the first presbyterian Church at Portsmouth to succeed . Thompson As presid it the University. Or. Thompson was recently elected president Ohio state University at Columbus. Blockaded by Lee. St. Johns n. F., aug. 16.�?the mail Steamer Labrador from Labrador reports that the entire coast is blockaded with ice floes from the Northern extremity to the Straits Belle Isle. She reached this port five Days behind her usual time. Such a condition is unprecedented in the i history the nothem Waters French minister honoured. St. Petersburg aug. 8 a the Czar has conferred upon m. Declasse the French minister foreign affairs the Alex Nuder Nev Ruy Cruci in diamonds. Condition Lahori. wife much relieved by favourable reports the doctors. Rennes aug. 16.�?m Labori is now doing so Well that the doctors consider him Cut Clanger. He lies his Back unable to move but life is returning to the leg which was thought to be paralysed. He has no fever and continues to discuss the trial. His wife has remained at his bedside practically Ever since he was wounded. Naturally she is much relieved at the favourable reports the doctors who Hope to see the distinguished lawyer his feet before the trial is ended. Will be called Home general Brooke to be examined As to the conditions la Cuba. His pockets ransacked. Rennes aug. 16.�?the pockets Laboris coat were ransacked while he was lying the ground wounded. Not Only were the pockets his coat emptied but an attempt was made to steal the Wallet in which were papers referring to the court martial including his notes for the Cross examination general Mercier. M. Labori himself related the incident. Secretary Root after the truth Ile desires knowledge the islands Aff airs before he reaches any definite conclusions As to a future policy. Royal a t absolutely Durf Bari no powder absolutes Pointe makes the food More delicious and wholesome re Cut Vork government Samoa. To protect jews in France. Paris aug. 16.�?the leading jews Europe Are arranging for a meeting in Switzerland to form an International association for their defense and to protect the jews in France after the Dreyfus court martial is ended. Nobly responding. Washington aug. 16.�?the War department has arranged to Send two More shipload supplies to Porto Rico. The Steamer Evelyn the new York and Porto Rico line will sail from new York next Friday with a full cargo supplies. The government transport Mcclellan is scheduled to leave new York for san Juan wednesday week. The auxiliary Cruiser Resolute will also be utilized Case it is found necessary. No reply to British proposals. Cape town aug. 16.�?ne reply ha3 been received Here up to the present from the Transvaal government the subject the latest British proposals for a peace settlement the questions in dispute and a dispatch from Pretoria says the reply when sent will he disappointing and it is feared the result will be the breaking off negotiations. Great anxiety prevails at the capital the Transvaal. Nitty treason. Vienna aug. 16.�?august meet la a government Railroad official was arrested Here charged with stealing emergency mobilization plans and delivering them to a Man named Zibo Rowski who it was alleged communicated them to agents France and Russia has fully confessed. Misetig says he sold the plans to Giborowski for 200 florins and Giborowski fled without paying for them. Cigar Trust. New York aug. 16.�?reports to the effect that a combination the leading Cigar manufacturers in key West Tampa and Havana is being organized Are cd City said i rooter Defini Washington aug. 16.�?general Brooke will be called to Washington to consult with Secretary Root concerning affairs in Cuba. The Secretary desires to have the Benefit general Brookes knowledge the condition things in the Island before he reaches any definite conclusions As to a future policy for Cuba. Colonel Kennon the thirty fourth infantry who has been duty at Havana As assistant adjutant general had a Long conference with Secretary Root he assured the Secretary that the course which general Brooke was pursuing met with general approval and was that careful and conservative nature required by the conditions in the Island. It was necessary to make Radical changes hut the policy the general has been to make the old fit the new with As Little friction As possible. Colonel Kennon said that a he people Cuba were fast coming to the conclusion that the interests All would be Best served by the people accepting cuban citizenship and by spaniards and cubans acting in Harmony and while they do not mix Well at present the feeling the enmity is wearing away. The matter suffrage is one that must be carefully considered. The disadvantage he said which a great proportion the people hav been under and which have prevented them from being educated will make it extremely hazardous to Grant Una Versal suffrage when the time comes Lor holding an election. Secretary Root gave his attention largely to army matters during the Day. He had Long consultations with adjutant general Corbin relative to the army its strength equipment and supplies. The question enlisting and selection officers for additional Volunteer regiments also was under consideration but it was stated that no decision to Call for Mere troops was considered. The problem transportation in the Philippines has been under consideration by the War department tor some time. It is expected that at the end the Rainy season it will be necessary to move the troops some distance from the Railroad and at the 4 i "4 a a a a a a a j bombs ,. A 85 fair to Good $3 004 5 40. Present time the Means transport substance commissioners report and what it provides. Berlin aug. 16.�?the Kol Nische Zel Tung publishes what is described As the substance the report the samoan commission. According to this abstract the future government the samoan islands is to consist a governor and a Council three members to he elected by the three Powers Germany United states end great Britain. The commission favors the nomination a european ruler As governor. The governor will nominate All officials and have Power to punish Pardon state offenders. His signature will be necessary in the enactment Laws. The legislature will consist the governor and Council three members forming a quorum and the governor having a voice in government. The Powers Reserve to themselves the right to alter invalidate Laws enacted by the legislature. Yellow fever victims. Havana aug. 16.�?mr. Mills a clerk in the Headquarters general Brooke was stricken with yellow fever and has been removed to the Hospital. Other clerks having rooms at the same House where he lived have been quarantined and their effects fumigated. The total number cases yellow fever officially reported in Havana this year is 36, which 12 have proved fatal. Southern Whitecap outrages. Greenwood s. C., aug. 16.�?the sheriff this county appealed to governor my Swem v for Ald to assist him in suppressing Whitecap outrages which began Here a week ago. For More than a week a gang so called whitecaps have been whipping negroes in this county nearly every night. Ari egyptian plague. Alexandria Egypt aug. 16.�?All Egypt is affected with the foot and Mouth disease. There have been 1,827 cases reported since july 18. Market reports. Grain Ami Stock prices for aug. To. Cleveland. Lings Light,$5 mediums nod heavy $4 ski Good Pius $4 004/4 75. Sheep and Good to Choice wether sheep f-4 414/1 fair to going mixed 104/ revolution in finance what a leading authority says american Prosperity. Americans certain supremacy. Tion Are not sufficient for a Large army and extensive operations. The difficulty has been met by sending mules to Manilla in Large numbers. The quartermaster s department has already so about 600 these animals Rill Send 800 More very soon Are nearly 2.000 mules owned by apartment which will be sent if indications Are that the Cam after the Rainy season in to be cited not Only along the Railroad general Otis has confined most operations but that the Interior Zori will be penetrated. Of id with his Throat Cut. Go aug. 16.�? Edward c. Bearce r the Western beef and 1�?Tro-company grand rapids As found with his Throat Cut tearoom the Goodrich steam when the boat arrived in Chi a Penknife was found at his e reason for the suicide is not cattle Good to Best dry fed moors j 3 4/5 15 full to Good butchers la 1104 4 so full to Good Grassy steers j4 254/4 50 common and Light Grusnys steers $3 854/1 to Belfors i 004 4 70 fair to Good Butcher cows $3 00ftj3 75 common $2 004/2 50 bulls $3 004/3 75. i to , to 75 fair to Good to 004/ 5 50. Pittsburg. Cattle Choice $5 804 5 75 prime 15 50 4/5 80 Good $5 254/5 40 tidy butchers 4 imko5 to heifers $3 254/4 75 bulls Mas and rows $3 0 k<4 i fresh cows $30 004$ 40 . Calves $7 004/7 25. Hogs prime mediums $5 , 05 Best yorkers $4 154/5 e0 Light yorkers i 8tk</ 4 15 heavy bogs $4 754/4 85 pigs i 504 4 in grasses i 5044 85. Sheep Ami la tubs Choice sheep j4 754� 4 in Good j4 504 4 70 fair 4 104.4 40 lambs $3 504 5 8buffalo. Cattle butchers i 754/5 50 shipping j5 004/5 4 0 tops j5 54/5 75 cows and heifers j3 754 4 85 stockers anti feeders $3 754/4 81. Calves to 254/8 75. Hogs a yorkers j5 mediums and heavy j4 05 pigs $4 754/4 85. Beep Ami lambs Good to Choice Spring lambs to 254/6 5 fair to Good $5, o4z 5 75 culls and common i 2<v� 4 75 mixed sheep $4 7<4/4 75 Nills anti common j3 01 . Bearce was 36 years old j 4/3 23 Cholee yearlings i 754 5 . New York. Steers j4 .104/0 married. E for . Mink bum s friends cattle oxen and Stags s3 54/5 35. Bulls 2 804/3 so Cholee Ward Markham will bring Al tjo ?4my s a a it acted looking individual he can j calves Veals j4 0 4,7 75 Buttermilk in any Harvest Field in the and fed a Alvaji no. St at the rate $2 a Day and and he will not have to bring along with him my b news inures reduced to a minimum for Busy readers Ere and Ohio earnings for e $878,000. Of doormen at Ashtabula 0., n increased hotel Canandaigua i be g destroyed by fire. Lily Lantry was married at Hugo Gerald do Bathe 28. N men swept things clean at Gomery county convention. Ions yaqui indians were rout a series engagements with troops. R Hayward Nebraska was with apoplexy and is reported ugly ill. My match company has suit against the Ohio match for $200,000 for alleged in neg. Jet a a a it. A a a a. Sheep Ami lambs sheep j3 004/4 lambs $5 04 7 culls i 50. Hogs Chob a a Light state hogs j5 25. Wheat no. 2 Rod 7v be. Corn a no. 2, 88c. Oats no. 2, 2l.be, hic ago. Cattle Good to Choice $5 th416 45 com my ii grades Jim co 5 55 stockers Ami face Ler j i 54/4 85 bulls cows and Heifer. 12 4/1 35 Texas steers 3 754/5, 30, calves�?$4 004 5 75. Hog heavy j4 201/1 03 mixed lots. I 5.4/l it. Light i <04/5 it pigs $3 8 4/4 85 culls 2 25,4/4 to Jim p Aud lot in is a inferior to Choice shop j2 004/4 30 Western Range sheep 3 504x4 i lambs $3 504 8 73. Ilici Miami. 2 red 70 j a. Corn a no. 2 Oats no. 2 mixed 22 a. Bye wheat no. Mixed v. No. 2. 57 a. Lard j5 Oil con to 15. Hogs�?j3 7 sheep $2 25 wheat no. 32 v. Cats 2, 53 by. Tho Orest Progress the lest three tears leaves no doubt it Force that have contributed to this Greet results number business failures steadily diminishing. The eyes the world were turned in scorn upon the american people from 1893 to 1896. A great nation with wonderful resources and an intelligent Active and industrious people seemed to be in a state business collapse and the foe Republican institutions in Europe pointed to the paralysis business conditions As proof that our system government was a failure. The eyes the world Are again the United states but the look scorn has Given place to one unbounded amazement. Last year the United states sold to the other nations the world the tremendous sum $330,000,000 More than it purchased that was the net profits the United states for one year As shown by the official figures our foreign Commerce. In 1898 the Trade balance in our favor was even larger. Over $1,000,000,000 to the credit Side the Ledger in two years to say nothing tile tremendous sum spent by the people in the increased comforts and luxuries life. The world begins to realize at last that the commercial and Industrial supremacy the United states has comm London Bankers reluctantly admit that new York is today a greater Money Center than tile English me Tyropolis. The american people have been so Busy during these years that they hardly appreciate the magnitude what they have been doing. Some democratic calamity howlers who have not yet Learned a new cry since 1896 still insist that Prosperity has not come. Let them explain what the tremendous balances Trade in our favor mean if it is not Prosperity. Why is it that the business failures for july 1899, As shown by r. G. Dun amp company a authoritative report were fewer in number and smaller in the amount involved than for any month which there is any record excepting Only May the present year Why is it. If the Prosperity Mckinley and the republicans promised has not come that the Bank England today virtually acknowledges that it will have to look to new York for Gold when it need to increase its Reserve Why is t that practically All the Gold produced in Australia England a great antipodean Colony this year will come direct to the United states to Settle in land and australians balances to i Quot As r. G. a company one the leading com Vercial authorities the world says in a very interesting resume a a this describes a revolution in finances not unlike that in the people Ohio will say in november whether they endorse the Prosperity the election Mckinley has brought and want it continued prefer to take the chances turning their lacks upon the party which has brought this about by voting the democracy into Power. The Campaign this fall will be the preliminary Battle in next years presidential canvass and the people Ohio will endorse their favorite son the president and his work in an unmistakable manner. Kentucky feuds London ivy., aug. 16.�?As matters now stand in Clay county four feuds Ere looked for there instead two As now. The Benges and Staple tons near bang town Are preparing for War. One the Staple tons was killed a few months ago by a Benge and feeling has been growing until an outbreak is looked for at any moment. On red Bird Creek trouble has started Between the six Meres and Ashers and both factions Are . ,5 05. Balk meat $5 35. A i i 4 ii �?Tattle�?$3 25 5 Lamb $4 so 75 la do. 2, tie. Cero no. 2 mixed no. 2 mixed 2.0,3. Itye no. Butter fancy fret a 14 \ Ujj 13a a to Venice d $4 i a. Baltimore. Creamery 234/21c. Castoria tor infants and children. The kind you have always bought a god bears one Sihau a 6 o

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