Defiance Express in Defiance, Ohio
16 Feb 1899

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16 Feb 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - February 16, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Single copies 5 cents easts the Defiance express. All printed at Homer vol. Ohio thursday february 16. 1899. No Iol Fiji ptt4 ild d a will find a Fine assortment next door to Yingling a. A Gratifying report. Officials pleased with dispatch from Dewey. The situation at Iloilo. A tile interests flare he n Unis Riley i Here will he no occasion Tor any complication with other cowers. Washington feb. 15.�?the confirmation the press reports detailing the rapture Iloilo were received at the War department with considerable sat a faction. While no apprehension had been Felt As to general Millers ability to capture the capital the Visayan federation tile reports Strong entrenchments that the natives had been constructing around the town led the department to fear that the Landing would be a bloodier affair than either the Battles Manilla. It was with great satisfaction therefore that Admiral Dewey a dispatch was received saying that we had lost no men at All and that the casualties among the natives were much smaller than at first reported. The fact that foreign interests in Iloilo Are being satisfactorily guarded is another source gratification to the administration. This forestall criticism danger interference from any foreign Power which has All along been a complication that had to be considered As a possibility but which it was intended to avoid at All costs. Ration ii i x a in i i it Eil. Havana. Feb. 15.�?brigadier general George r. Ernst major general Brookes staff has completed the examination Between 800,000 and 900,000 rations beef in army storehouses. He found that there was less than 2 per cent bad beef which was received in the same shipment As the beef condemned last week. One Box in every to was opened and examined and also every Box that was smelling bad. The beef was in 2 and 4-Pound cans and 12 and 24-Pound cans were in each Box. Eight ounces beef constitute one ration. Foreign property Safe. London feb. 15. dispatch received at Lloyds from Manilla reports that there was serious fighting at Iloilo saturday feb. La and that much property was destroyed. The insurgents were driven out the town. The correspondent expresses the opinion that there is not Likely to be any further trouble. Foreign property the dispatch says is Safe. Will not open time. Washington feb. 15.�?the weather indications led to the prediction at the War department that the court inquiry to investigate general Miles charges As to the character the army meat would not assemble time. General Wade is delayed his Way Here from St. Paul. Order countermanded. Santiago de Cuba feb. 15.�?major general Wood has received a Cable dispatch from Havana counter manding the order recently issued by general Brooke reducing official salaries in this province 20 per cent. Mcenery Resolution adopted. Washington feb. 15.�?the unania be prepared the bearing children is not such a very serious ordeal to the woman who is prepared Mother s Friend that wonderfully soothing and relaxing liniment be faithfully used during Quot the Perio i f pregnancy there will be Little morning sickness nervousness Tbs critical hour will be relieved much pain and labor will be Brief. Recuperation will be rapid and All after dangers will be avoided. Bold by drug to it s for $1 a bottle. Send for our free Book the subject. Tee Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta go. Mous consent agreement reached by the Senate to vote the Resolution . Mcenery dem., Al declaring a policy this government not to permanently hold the Philippines was not vacated. In accordance with that agreement the vote was taken the Resolution at 2 30 and it was adopted by 2fi to 22. It was noticeable that several democrats who were present and not paired refrained from voting. An amendment offered by . Bacon dem. A several Days ago was Defeated. The vote the amendment was a tie�?29 to 29�?and vice president Hobart cast the deciding vote against the proposition. The voting was preceded by three hours and a half debase the Senate having convened at la a. In. In order to admit dispassion the Resolution. Settled out court. London. Feb. 15.�?the suit brought by the owners the British Steamer rest Ormal to recover $20,000 Ocean Marine insurance carried by the Steamer at the time she was captured by the United states auxiliary Cruiser St. Paul As she was trying to enter the Harbor Santiago de Cuba with Coal Tor the Fleet Admiral Cervera has been settled out court. The terms settlement have not been divulged. A Kig shortage. Newcastle pa., feb. 15. shortage $19,000 in Tim accounts City treasurer John Blevins who was mysteriously murdered in his office two weeks ago. Has just been discovered. The treasurer had paid Money without warrants and held the Book tax receipts. It is claimed when warrants Are drawn and amounts the receipts collected the accounts will balance. About rim Loimil truffle. Washington feb. 15.�?the interruption to Railroad traffic caused by the storm still continues. Not a through train the Pennsylvania Baltimore and Ohio. Or Southern roads has reached the City up to 10 30 p. In. All the companies Are putting Forth their Best efforts however to resume at once. A a it mull wrecked. Seattle wash., feb. 15.�?the great Northern fast mail due Here at 9 p. Rn., was wrecked by running into a slide near Edmonds. The engine was thrown into the Bay. The passengers escaped injury. Ditched by spreading Kalla. Charleston s. C., feb. 15. construction engine was wrecked by the spreading the tracks the South Carolina and Georgia Railroad la Miles outside this City and two men were killed and eight More less seriously injured. Storm has abated. Trenton feb. 15.�?the storm condition in this Vicinity has abated and trains Between new York and Philadelphia Are beginning to get through but irregularly and with difficulty. Luna leaves for Liverpool. Montreal. Feb. 15.�?senor Luna the filipino delegation has departed from Montreal for Liverpool. He will sail from St. John the Steamer Numidia. Agoncillo declares he does not know what lunar a future movements will be they being determined by advices he will receive from Hon Kong his arrival in England. Zuni at Waco. Waco tex., feb. 15.�?for the first time in its history Waco and Vicinity has experienced Zero weather Mercury a showing seven below. John Malloy letter. Columbus o., feb. 15. letter signed by John r. Malloy who recently visited senator Hanna at Washington has been sent out to republicans Over the state soliciting their support for judge George k. Nash Columbus for the nomination for governor. The letter which is said to have fallen into the hands one the friends another candidate was published in a local paper. Chicago 111, dec 12, 1898 gentlemen a it gives me pleasure to certify to the Good effects from Paine a celery compound for my patients in general debility and liver complaints Andrew l Lyndgren m d Why do the Ablest physicians in America openly prescribe use and recommend Paine a celery compound first because Paine a celery com Pound is not a Patent Medicine. It is not the discovery some quack doctor whom his profession never heard it is not a concoction put no by some Man who first invented a name and then adopted a preparation to fit it and it is not a secret remedy but it is first the result the lifelong study the greatest physician America has produced a Man whose reputation was world wide years before he had Ever arrived at this wonderful formula a Man who has received the highest degrees from the Best colleges who was at the time Bis great Dis covery a professor at Dartmouth and a lecturer in other universities a scholar and a member a family which has made dts Mark in every department Public life in America a prof Edward e Phelps m Del d. Why do progressive and intelligent physicians every school prescribe Paine a celery compound in preference to any other remedy v because it has prolonged the lives thousands sufferers it has made their sick patients Well. The Best test that can be applied to Paine a celery compound is to use it if one is a nmn Down a feels without Energy lifeless useless fretful take this great remedy and note the change. In its Peculiar ability to at once invigorate the body to make new blood and to regulate the nerves lies the great value Paine a celery compound in All wasting diseases and disorders the kidneys liver and stomach. A neglected complaint though slight at the beginning May through neglect cause a life time misery. The ring ing in inc ears the backache the general debility unless the body is braced up again May teach one by bitter experience that disease can creep through very Small holes. Paine a celery compound stimulates the kidneys improves the appetite and digestion drives out any so Romulous tendency in the blood and actively encourages the nutrition the nerves and organs with the result that the whole body takes flesh and Colora the surest indication improved health. It makes people Well colonel Bryan will suppress rebellion. Managua Nicaragua feb. 15.�?in spite numerous obstacles chief among them being the want telegraphic communication and roads except mule paths Between Managua and Blu Fields president Zelaya is actively organizing to suppress the revolution that has broken out in the Atlantic coast provinces. Refers to rate ii action Iii the peace treaty Iii a a in excl it. St. Paul. Feb. 15.�?colonel w. J. Bryan Nebraska was the guest Honor at a banquet Given by Minnesota democratic and populist politicians at the Ryan hotel. Over 500 guests sat Down at the banquet. Governor John Lind spoke to a the state major Bowler Bird Island who was the fusion candidate for lieutenant governor responded to the Toast a recent phases colonel Bryan had been Given the general subject he said in part a the ratification the treaty instead committing the United states to a colonial policy really clears the Way for the recognition a philippine Republic. Lincoln in his first inaugural message condensed an unanswerable argument into a Brief question when he asked a can aliens make treaties easier than friends can make Laws a a the same argument is presented in the question. Could the Independence the filipinos be secured More easily by diplomacy from a foreign and hostile nation than it can through Laws passed by Congress and voicing the sentiments the american people alone if Independence is More Desir Able to our colonial policy who is there what is there to prevent the recognition philippine Independence it is absurd to say that the United states can be transformed from a Republic into an Empire without consulting the voters. A the imperialists May be willing to deny to the filipinos the right to govern themselves but they cannot deny to the american people the right to determine the policy to be pursued by the United states in the settlement the philippine question. A a until the people express themselves we can Only guess their views but is it not safer to suppose that they will adhere to the ideas and policies a Century than to assume Tjit they will go Back to the Rreed Kings and to the gospel Force a committee is named physicians use and recommend paines celery compound. J by chairman Grosvenor the Republican caucus. Covered with ice. Philadelphia feb. 15.�?the american line steamship Belge land from Liverpool for Philadelphia which is More than a week overdue was sighted off Delaware breakwater. The ship is completely covered with ice. An explanation same rile Ohio slut Tell Why no in tar Ilia hunk intr coinage Royal y absolutely pure baking powder makes the food More delicious and wholesome Eov to by Kiwo to wow co., new von. I oui Iii t tee in included Kun the lint. Washington feb. 15.�?general Grosvenor. Of Ohio chairman the Republican caucus announced the appointment the following republicans the House As members the committee financial legislation provided for by the Resolution the Republican caucus Henderson la. Payne x. Dalzell Kerr Hawley Tex Levering Mas Overstreet in Curtis Kan loud Ca Babcock was Orris Minn. It will be observed that no member the banking and currency committee the coinage weights and measures committees is put upon this committee. Referring to til is fact. General Grosvenor said a i made the appointments in that Way after full and free conference with most the members the committees and with prominent members the House. A a it must not be for a moment understood that the omission members these committees from the caucus committee was intended to in any Wise reflect upon the distinguished gentlemen who compose these two great committees and the contrary the idea prevailed that inasmuch As any Bill Bills which might be agreed upon by the Republican caucus would have to go to one both these committees for their final action and report it would be unwise to ask these gentlemen to make any decision take sides in any Way upon any dispute policy detail and it was deemed Wisest and Best that the committees should remain wholly Independent and Iloilo is captured i general Miller fleets a Landing Ai last. Attempt to Burn the City before retreating natives try to destroy property. Americans Pui out flames. Two person nearly Frozen. Lexington ky., feb. 15. tramp named Anthony Boracci was taken to the Hospital Frozen almost to death. A negro woman was found the Street almost dead from the cold. Neither will Likely survive. Del a Ilia Iisha it . Cleveland feb. 15. Regarding the decision the circuit court finding him guilty one the charges preferred against him judge Dellenbaugh said a a two thirds the charges against me have been cleared up and i now propose to Clear up the remaining third. On the advice my attorneys i propose to fight the Case to the last a Large part the record in the Dellenbaugh trial will be admitted in evidence in the Burke trial. So that the latter will be much Shorter than the Dellenbaugh trial. The in let Erin a Boa tilt la it get Litie in Iii i ii 1111. F it i it a Bim ii from Iii Mullin Nim tit in Nill lug i.-Tho line. Manilla i i. 14, the americans captured Iloilo saturday. The lolled states gunboat petrel arrived with dispatches from brigadier general m. P. Miller to major general Otis announcing that Iloilo had been taken by the combined military and a aval forces saturday morning. General Miller receipt his instructions from Manilla sent native commissioners ashore from the United states transport St. Paul with a communication for the rebel governor Iloilo calling upon him to surrender within u time stated and warning him not to make a demonstration Iii the interval. The rebels immediately moved their guns and prepared to defend their position. Thereupon the petrel fired two warning guns the rebels immediately opening fire upon her. The petrel Ami the Baltimore then bombarded the town which the rebels having set fire immediately evacuated. American troops were promptly landed and extinguished the fires. There were no casualties the american Side. Lair million property destroyed fans the heart clone i unit. Cincinnati o., feb. 15, fire causing a loss $590,000 started mysteriously in the upper Back stories the hat manufactory Kahn fal Hueimai amp co., West third Street near race and before the engines could get to work had communicated to the clothing House h. A. Seinsheimer amp co. Next to that stood the Corner building Occupin d by Sanford \ Linier St Storrs containing a valuable Stock clothing and material. The first named buildings were entirely Burnt d out. The firemen succeeded in saving the Corner building at the expense practically ruining the contents. The entire fire department was called and a perfect deluge a Tor was thrown. Nevertheless the fire found its Way into the rear buildings fronting race Street occupied by s. L. Wailer amp co Louis Wald a co., and reins a Meins All clothiers and causing considerable loss though it was checked before the buildings were destroyed. In an Bour the fire was under Contro after a stubborn fight in which the firemen suffered from the cold and floods water through which they1 were obliged to walk. Thu guests a. The St. Nicholas hotel became alarm by the proximity the fire and mos them prepared for flight. Snow covering the roofs adjacent str flying extinguished the Shower Sparks Ani Tho flying brands that were carried by the wind. The insurance is about two thirds the loss. Shen Dnn la nearly Heady. Washington. Feb. 15.�?secretary Alger has telegraphed the War department from new York that the transport Sheridan which is to take the next military expedition to Manilla is nearly ready but that she should not leave port until 24 hours after the storm abates account the heavy sea. He adds that troops could not safely go aboard the vessel under existing conditions. The twelfth in Fantry and a battalion the seventeenth infantry Are to take passage the Sheridan. In Loerke Hill deterred. Lansing feb. 15.�?at least a temporary Victory was won by the anti Pingree representatives when the Cheever Atkinson equal taxation Bill which had been made a special order was referred by a vote 41 to 45 to a joint committee. This Bill has for its object the taxation Railroad and other corporations their actual vacation and not their earnings. Chi Moku hurtled. Chicago feb. 15. six Story building occupied by the traders warehouse company and a Large number smaller concerns was completely destroyed by fire the total loss being estimated at $780,000. The origin the fire is unknown. Fire tugs and engines were hurried to the scene and a desperate fight was begun by the firemen. For stat Huim in us. Toledo feb. 15.�?the Ohio Centennial commissioners started a committee five members to Indianapolis to visit the legislature with a View getting that state to put up a suitable building at the Ohio Centennial in 1902. Committees like nature will go to Illinois Michigan Wisconsin and other states in the Northwest territory. New . Columbus o., feb. 15.�?the Akron Excelsior club Akron the Farrin Korn lumber company Winton place $50,000 the knights and ladies Lafayette Findlay the minor fire Brick company Cleveland $50,000 the Schar Schild amp Sulzberger beef company Cleveland $5,000. Report from in Washington. Feb. 14. Shortly by fore Midnight adjutant general Corbin made Public the following dispatch from major general Otis reporting the capture the town Iloilo by the american forces under general Miller the Lith instant a general Miller reports from Iloilo that that town was taken the Lith instant and held by troops. Insurgents Given until evening Lith to surrender but their hos til actions brought engagement during the morning. Insurgents fired native portion town bul Little Louse to property foreign inhabitants. No casualties among the United states troops reported a Nicaragua canal rider. Washington feb. 15.�?the Nicara Gua canal Bill was offered in tue House As an amendment to the sundry civil appropriation Bill by . Hepburn chairman the committee that reported it and the leaders the respective sides Are engaged in a Des Perate struggle which involves that Fate the measure at this session Congress. After . Cannon chairman Tho committee to appropriations served notice last week that there was no time for the consideration the canal Bill at this session the supporters the measure determined to Force it. Oil the sundry civil Bill As a rider it possible. As soon As it was off red . Cannon made four Points order against it and one the mom interesting parliamentary contests t ii Ness was . As a Rule Tho appeals the House leaders Are Able to held the members in line but Strong arguments Are abducted in support the pertinence the amendments and besides tire Bill has Strong friends both sides the Chandler. How Nnami Kocait . Washington fell. 14. The press dispatch announcing the capture by the american troops under general Miller Iloilo the Island Pansy was the first news received in this City the fill the second largest City in the Philippines. The announcement was promptly communicate to the president at the White House and it was read with gratification. Half an hour later the official intelligence the fall the City came in a Cable dispatch from major general Otis. The tension Between the opposing forces at Iloilo has been for some time at the danger Point and a collision Between them at any time would not have been surprising. General Miller Force. Washington feb. 14.�?general Miller has with him the eighteenth infantry and Battery g the sixth artillery. And if they arrived As expected. The first Tennessee regiment infantry. While the naval assistance rendered him was by the gunboat petrel and the Cruiser Baltimore. Filipino intr leu. Manilla feb. 14.�?All the enemy s dead at Caloocan have been buried 127 last sunday and 300 monday. The United states Cruiser Charleston has moved up the coast and is now off Magalos the seat the so called filipino government at a distance estimated at about eight Miles. Folli Giitl Mort a Priti i. Washington. Feb. 15.�?the state department is in expectation an hourly report by Cable from United states Consul Luther Osborn at Apia the events that have taken place in that disturbed Community since the establishment . The provisional government. It is understood that the British government has two War vessels now at Apia with another the Way just arrived the re. With this Force at the Back the British Consul it is not understood How the British residents Apia can. Be oppressed. The provisional government spoken in the Auckland dispatches As carrying matters with a High hand is nothing More than a temporary device whose every act will be subject to the approval the three governments party to the treaty and whose existence must terminate the very in Stant the Powers can agree upon a King. Meeting postponed. Washington feb. 15.�?the meeting the National Congress mothers has been postponed to thursday Friday and saturday this week. Fire at Knoxville. Knoxville feb. 15.�?the largest fire which has visited Knoxville since the conflagration which came near burning up the business part the City in april 1897, occurred at 6 p. Rn., when the Plant the Greer machinery company one the largest its kind in the South and the whittle trunk com Pany building together with the contents each went up in smoke and flames. The loss is estimated at Between $75,000 and $100,000. The Emma readied. Vineyard Haven mass., feb. In a the tug Winslow brought in Captan Hunter and the Crew the Schooner Emma from St. John for Providence with lumber. The vessel is Disma Stev i and ashore full water in Muskeg Channel. Captain Hunter reported thai the Schooner Erie Captain Brown from St. John for fall River with i lumber was driven across the Emma s Bow and fouled the Emma carrying away the latter a Bowsprit. The Erie then drifted out Over the Shoals and1 it is feared that she wan lost with Alii Board. Who be fully raised. New York feb. 15.�?white Star liner germanic which had her Coal bunkers fire rooms and engine rooms flooded through some one leaving the starboard Coal Shute open is resting easily the Muddy Bottom in her slip at Here. The Hull is Only submerged. 26 feet at the Bow and 28 feet at the Stern. A wrecking Crew is at work and As soon As the pumps Are put to work Ute Steamer will begin to r

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