Defiance Express in Defiance, Ohio
12 Jan 1899

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12 Jan 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - January 12, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Vol. Ohio thursday january 12, 181 9. N left Jab the neck it put Deer kid Mccoy Down and out. Sharkey again triumphs. His vicious rushes and punches do the deadly work Lively and scientific scrap. Side stepping Mccoy in tile Early stages the Mhz Borders Tho marvelous Lenox Etui Bulla Oil a Cleat. Contest lie fore a big crowd. New York j people in Lier t athletic club to Sailor lad Vang Mccoy in tin Ter to have been a fact do i a and plucky fire Start it was i he was Over Early stages a splendid exp in his Side stepping National but la Stocky Sharkey a. 10,000 id roof the Lenox in Sharkey the sturdy pushed the Clever kid tit round what was a Raul go. In the a kid put up a Clev Erbul almost from the duly to be seen that arched. During the Tho Mill Mccoy gave it do scientific skill i ordering the Sene Lull 1-rushes the in the closing rounds s w Quick Jab the nose. Twice around the ring Mccoy Side stepped and at each step forcing his left Jab Landing lightly. Suddenly the kid stood rigid and sent his right to the face repeating Tho blow within two seconds so hard that tem fell to the floor Tom jumped up like a rubber Ball rebounding end again he fell to the floor. Tho Bell found them sparring. Fourth a Quot Coy a footwork was marvelous. Holt it out the Pace and Sharkey could not reach him through the kids Clever Side stepping. Once in a while Mccoy would Stop and Send that Long left to the body head. Tom tried All sorts Dodges to bring his Man to him but the kid Side stepped All the time and Toms swings fanned the air. Sharkey rushed and tried for the body again and face. To latter sin As to Ahen fifth it i id the a Lier. So in swings. A a Tom tried kid i d a crossed to the in it. The Stoa Mccoy but the kid Side stepped cent two hard lefts to the blows stung Tom but the his Tongue out As much. Quot those done to count hit be Coy rushed across the ring a clinched in Sharkey a Cor by tried left and right the kid dodged cleverly it and right again but the i away from him. Tom 0 ring and caught Mccoy in 1 Corner sending his left to cd and a right the ear. Countered heavily with his Thomas Sharkey. Were More than the kid could evade and he succumbed to the inevitable. Tim Hurst refereed the contest. The fight by rounds first round a they fiddled. Mccoy tried a left for the wind but missed. Tom swung a left Over the kidneys. Mccoy tried a left Hook for the head Landing lightly. Tom uppercut with a right the Chest. Mccoy made a half Circle the ring and then caught the stomach. Sharkey did not reply. Mccoy again sent his left to the stomach and brought it up to the face. Sharkey hooked a Light right to the ribs. Both men were sparring at the Gong. Mccoy s round. Second Mccoy sidestepped to the left for a half Circle the ring and let his left go Landing lightly Tho face. Tom stepped Back and Mccoy ran close to him sending left again to the face. Two efforts Mccoy to reach has Man were futile but he caught Tom the ropes and caught a Light left the nose. Tom came to the Center the ring and tried left and right without effect and again the kid sent his left lightly to the face. Mccoy continually kept Side stepping and evaded Toms attempts for a left Hook swing very cleverly. Mccoy put a Light left Toms face when near the ropes and Sharkey sent a hard left Hook to the ribs just As the Gong sounded. Third Tom tried to Force matters and Mccoy at close quarters sent his left to the ear and ducked away from a left swing. Each sent lefts to the head at close quarters with Little effect and Mccoy a footwork puzzled Tom who could not land until Mccoy stopped after getting a left the breast. Tom then sent his left to the neck and Mccoy jabbed a hard left the nose. This seemed to annoy Tom who was unused to such Quick footwork and Mccoy hit his opponent with another right the head. Tom kept Rushing ineffectually and once he caught Mccoy the rope end tried to land a left Hook but Mccoy rebounded from the ropes like a rubber Ball and Tom sent his left to the right ribs Only Landing a glancing blow. Both men were fresh at the end the round. Sixth Sharkey the aggressive. Mccoy was very weary and used Bis feet to advantage. Tom caught him Side stepping Landing a left Hook Low the body and another the ribs close to the heart. Mccoy jabbed left to the face and body but failed to Dodge a left Hook from Tom which caught him the neck under the ear. Tom kept the aggressive and caught Mccoy the ropes without gaining anything. Tom caught Mccoy in to a Corner and gave two lefts in the face. Mccoy jumped to the Middle the ring and Side stepped but to in hooked his left and sent his right across to the head but they were glancing blows. Seventh both blocked cleverly. Tom swung his left for the head. Mccoy blocked the blows with his Elbow and Side stepped out harms Way. Two clinches followed in which the referee had to go Between the men to separate them. Coming together at close quarters Sharkey got his left to the wind and Mccoy landed his right the head. Leading and blocking cleverly both sides was then the order and Mccoy got in a Long left Hook Toms right Eye raising a mouse Over the cheekbone. Both were fresh when the Gong sounded. Eighth a they rushed to a Clinch with nothing doing. Mccoy sent a left swing to the head Tom upper cutting with left to the head. Sparring continued without any injury to either and then Tom shouted a to the kid led a Beautiful left for the head but Tom twisted away round bringing his left to the ribs. In a Rush Tom played for the body Landing his left seemingly Low and Mccoy dropped to the floor the ring where fee wriggled for eight seconds. It looked As if Mccoy were Down about 12 seconds but the referees count was Only eight. Mccoy came up again seemingly uninjured and finished the round sparring. Ninth Mccoy opened with a left the jaw and Tom replied with left and right the head forcing the kid All Over the ring. Tom forced the fighting into his own Corner where he caught Mccoy with a terrible left in the stomach sending a pail water All Over Tim Sullivan who was sitting in a Box. Mccoy recuperated quickly but got another Welt which forced him to the ropes. Then Tom forced the fighting and landed half a dozen hard lefts the breast and stomach As Mccoy was trying to get away to the left. This was Toms round by Long Odds. Tenth the kid kept skipping to the right and ran into a Clinch where he held Tom without a blow being struck. Sharkey taking the advice his second Rourke played for the body but Mccoy affectively guarded himself. If 1 almanacs diaries and calendars at Tom turned his attention to the body and landed the ribs with his left. Then Tom turned his attention to the upper works with Mccoy sprinting to the right with Sharkey having a decided advantage. The Sailor let Fly both left and right Landing the body and forcing Mccoy to the East end the ring close to the Center upright. Mccoy faltered and Tom caught him with a left swing the neck. Mccoy fell to the floor the ring with his head hanging Over the lowest the three ropes looking imploringly around. The kid Lay there helplessly while the referee counted to seconds a a kids my Coy. Aider which he struggled to his feet and Sharkey not knowing that the limit had expired rushed at him once More this time swinging his right and left the neck just below the jaw Mccoy falling again. Then Mccoy seemed to be in a helpless condition but the referee Tim Hurst did not trouble himself in counting seconds but waved his right hand to Sharkey to retire to his Corner saying at the same time a i counted Mccoy out the other fall you be Mccoy struggled to his feet and staggered to his Corner where his seconds were already awaiting him and they placed him the Stool while Sharkey a adherents almost smothered him with embraces and congratulations. Time round i minute 13 seconds. Now for Tho trial. Philadelphia Jan. supreme court dismissed the application in the senator Quay conspiracy Case for a writ certiorari and placed the costs the petitioners. The petition the defendants averred that account political prejudices they were belief that they could not obtain a fair and impartial trial in the Philadelphia court Quarter sessions when the suit against them was instituted. It wan Fine meat. Washington Jan. La. A lieutenant colonel Gallagher the commissary department who was in charge the commissary department at Shafter a Headquarters before Santiago reappeared before the War investigation commission. During his incumbency he said he issued about 380,000 pounds refrigerated beef. It was carefully inspected and was All Fine meat. Minister assaulted. Akron o., Jan. ministers Active in the crusade against sunday saloons revs. N. J. Myers and w. H. Brightmore were assaulted in the Street by a crowd Young Saloon loafers. They were pelted with snowballs containing Hugh stones. Rev. Or. Myers was knocked unconscious. Only one out. Cleveland Jan. Only concern any magnitude not included in the Carbon Combine is the Globe Carbon company Ravenna The directors the company Are negotiating with the Combine and the Only question remaining to be settled is that the Price. Ile died Corning. Eminence mo., Jan. . H. Baker the wife murderer was hanged Here in the presence 2,000 persons. On the scaffold he cursed the country and the people until the drop fell. From Porto Hico. New York Jan. United states Steamer Glacier arrived from san Juan. She brought 13 officers and 55 men from the Caesar Panther and Peoria. All Are Well Board. Next door to Yingling a. Canadian Pacific earning. Montreal Jan. Canadian Pacific Railroad earnings for the week ending Jan. 7 were $442,000 same period last year $401,000 increase $41,000.____ visited our Vav Arab up. Lima Peru Jan. de pie Rola president Peru visited the United states battleship Oregon at Callao and was cordially received Board. The american warships saluted. In the customary manner the arrival and departure president pie Rola. The president expressed great admiration the Power and efficiency i the battleships and their Crews. Move against Iloilo. Exact purpose to de served puzzles the laymen Why attempt to Seise a originally Tho in Lei he inaugurated to release la a Ltd a i tsp mull i rvs but miser evacuation tint incentive in removed. A signal Victory won by the Hilo Delegate to the Vine worker t ins vent Ion. Pittsburg. Jan. Delegate scored a signal Victory in the National convention the miners. John Mcbride announced that the icly to withdraw its p. Leave the oven own rate mining the right a f John delegation was re candidates for offi Tion and make its with the operators. Washington Jan. Ill news n a civic i from general Otis is rather reassuring than otherwise As to the situation in the Philippines. Ile made allusion to a hostile collision. He has been instructed to use gentleness in dealing with the insurgents and to advise and co operate with Admiral Dewey. Tin re is some reason to believe that the present situation May be protracted longer than would be naturally expected and that there will be no open hostilities immediately if at All. The question lies Arisen Here As to the exact purpose to be served now in attempting to seize Iloilo. Originally it was intended to release the Spanioli Force there besieged but by their evacuation that place they have removed that incentive and were it not for the false encouragement it would give the insurgents there is Little doubt that the United states troops would not be moved against Iloilo. Meanwhile the Navy is expected to draw a cordon around the Island Panay and also Luzon should it to deemed necessary to do so to prevent the further Supply arms and munitions War to the insurgents. Charged with train robbery. Kansas City Jan. Kennedy often suspected train robbery and twice tried for that offence and now under indictment for the murder Emma Schumacher a grocery woman whose store he helped Rob was arrested Here charged with complicity in the robbery the Kansas fort Scott and Memphis passenger train which was held up near Macomb mo., last tuesday night. Favini expansion. Philadelphia Jan. general Emory Smith addressed the contemporary club a the future american foreign his speech was an eloquent endorsement the expansion policy. He argued that this country has precisely the same right to acquire the islands in the Pacific that belongs to every other nation. The Monroe doctrine is not affected. To join High cd Mininson. St. Johns n. F., Jan. James Winter the Newfoundland Premier started for Washington to attend the sessions the joint High commission for the settlement he questions in dispute Between Canada and the United states. In is understood that he will decline to agree to any fishery amendment involving bounties to american fishermen the american merchant Marine. Do we yen Fine sword. 1 Washington Jan. sword Honor voted to rear Admiral Dewey by joint Resolution Congress in june last was received at the Navy department from the makers Tiffany amp company new York and has been placed exhibition in the office the Secretary. It is one the finest specimens the sword makers Art Ever seen in this country. Accident the St. Rani. New York Jan. belated american line Steamer St Paul which sailed from Southampton Jan. I arrived Here after an eventful and unusually Stormy passage. When two Days out the main steam pipe burst and the vessel finished her voyage at half Speed arriving Here five Days overdue. Avor Chicago platform. Boston Jan. La. A the democratic state committee organized for the current political year. The old officers were re elected. A Resolution Quot was adopted declaring that the committee Quot reaffirm their allegiance to the great principles democracy As enunciated in the party National platform adopted at Chicago in 1896.&Quot to extend fish . Washington Jan. Pettigrew. Gave notice an amendment he will offer to the sundry civil Bill extending the fish Laws the various states Over the Forest reservations within the states and making it the duty reservation superintendents to enforce the Laws. Frothing Over Dreyfka. Paris Jan. Dreyfus affair has now entered one its bitterest chapters. Accusations vituperation and threats Are raging in the cafes and among the scores Boulevard sheets i a was at Paw come interim it Bride to sit in the finn questioned. He had a the cry Ltd Given him by tin Nee local which asked him t to Pittsburg and look after tin ests the miners that Section in the convention the miners and the joint convention with the operators. Secretary w. C. Pearce stated that the Shawnee local was in arrears and thut Mcbride was not entitled to his seat. Another Delegate from Shawnee jumped to his feet and asked Pearce if ii did not receive a remittance from that local. Pearce replied in the affirmative with tin statement that to did not know which local to credit. The Delegate then produced a receipt signed by Pearce and Mcbride was left unmolested. He is instructed to vote against Pearce for re election As National secret Ary to censure. It is stated that the administration who seem to be in a majority will make an Effort to shut out the five delegates at Large from Ohio. Each one the five has additional credentials from locals but will not use them unless it is found necessary. Indiana senator ship settled. Indianapolis Jan. the caucus the Republican members the legislature Albert j. Beveridge Indianapolis was nominated for United states senator the twelfth ballot. His election was effected by a consolidation the Taylor and steels forces which added to his own following secured him the nomination. The Campaign has been hotly contested. Hanly Lafayette was Beveridge a strongest opponent. To foreclose the mortgage. Columbus o., Jan. mercantile Trust company new York filed an ancillary Bill complaint in Tho United states court asking for the foreclosure the consolidated mortgage the Baltimore and Ohio railway property. The amount Bonds secured by the mortgage is $18,836,000 and interest thereon that amounts to $470 ,000. A i e mortgages cover All the lines the Baltimore and Ohio. American and filipino Confer. Manilla Jan. was an important conference Between duly authorized american and filipino committees at the instance Aguinaldo. General Otis said the purpose the conference was a Mutual understanding the policies alms and desires the people the United states and the Philippines. The discussion was Frank. Work bricklayer Mort. Hartford Jan. second Days session the bricklayers and masons International Union was devoted chiefly to routine business. A number resolutions have been received from Tho Large cities the South and West principally Chicago dealing with such problems As the annexation Cuba the question expansion in relation to the Philippines and the building the Nicaragua canal. Condill clinic alaskan Law. Washington Jan. House devoted its undivided attention again to the Bill for the codification the criminal Laws Alaska and when adjournment was had All but to pages the Bill had been disposed. Sallow for Spain. Kingston Jamaica Jan. Spanish gunboat Fleet consisting four vessels is Coaling Here and will sail for Spain. Orders have been received to provide Coal for 12 other Spanish vessels. Prosper Ive Lime Trust. Marion o., Jan. Indiana Ohio and Michigan manufacturers. Forming the Western Lime manufacturers association Are in session Here. A Gigantic Lime Trust is being discussed. General Wheeler Hill. Washington Jan. Stallings Alabama introduced for general Wheeler a Bill providing that officers the regular army who served with distinction during the War with Spain shall when retired be Given the highest rank held by Bim in the Volunteer service. In favor Dreyfu. Paris Jan. h evidently believed the court cassation will decide in favor Dreyfus despite the efforts the anti Dreyfus Many whom hitherto respected the court but Are eager to find excuses for discrediting it. Ufos insurance an asset. Dubuque la., Jan. the Federal Many which have found their sole a court judge Shiras has decided that reason for existence for months past in j the life insurance a voluntary Bank tie unhappy strife they foment. rup becomes an asset. Royal f absolutely pure i Baki no pow off p. Makes the food More delicious and wholesome Hoyal but Kwh a cow pts co., Dew vow. Mason a spellbinder rugged oratory that captured the senatorial ear. He deprecated expansion overt helped at con lesion i speech by the plat Ion la colleague Uhn i ii Quot ii Ami con Mil. Red Iii the Enate Washington Jon. 11. A senator Mason Illinois occupied the Aitch Jon the mutate for nearly in hour and a half with a speech in support his Resolution declaring that the United states will never attempt to govern the people any country without their consent. In Many respects the speech was one the most notable utterances in the Senate thus far this session. Rugged in language pointed and effective in illustration. Or. Mason commanded the attention the Senate and the galleries from the first sentence his speech to the apostrophe to Liberty which formed his peroration. Several times spontaneous applause swept Over the galleries but under the stringent rules the Senate it was quelled very quickly. It was several minutes after the conclusion the speech before the Senate could proceed with business account the confusion incident to the congratulations which Many . Masons colleagues hastened to extend to him. The Nicaragua canal Bill was discussed by . Turley ten who opposed the pending measure. An agreement was reached to consider the Bill tuesday with 15 minutes to discuss such amendments . Kyle secured the passage a Bill for the construction a Bridge across the Missouri River at Oacoma s. D. Or. Bacon secured the passage a Bill for the construction a Bridge Over the Savannah River from the main to Hutchins Island. At the request . Morgan the Senate unanimously agreed to the limitation the debate the Nicaragua canal Bill to 15 minutes. A Bill was passed directing the president to appoint paymaster general t. In Stanton a major general and retire him at that Grade. Uttke Hope he ii for the a a covers it it no a Tat Ive Dingle Washington Jan. commit Hoar representative Dingley. Is Pratti Ltd ally unchanged. Every Effort it making to fight Tho steady inroad i vitality but Little Hope recovery to now held out. His extremely enfeebled condition agg avowed by Tali general infection the system from the passing attack pneumonia Ink it s the outcome very doubtful. A is conscious Only at intervals re xxx amp sizing those about him Amy Wile aroused. Keau for 8en�tor. Trenton Jan. legislature convened Aud organized in accordance with the Republican Catling. The republicans held a joint caucus aft ? adjournment and unanimously selected sex congressman John h. Koan to be elected United states senator in Jda Ai James Smith jr., a week from Paesl tuesday. A Heair Lenl sight. Niagara Falls. N. Y., Jan. ice Bridge that formed Ber few the Horseshoe Falls is very firm and in fins condition and As its growth is constant when once formed it will probably remain for some time. It is out the marvelous and Beautiful spec tack8 witnessed at Niagara. Dingley no Wane. Washington Jan. material change has been reported in the condition representative Dingley. Hie has been a trifle More comfortable and there has been a very slight abatement the nervousness. About Tao Best. That can be said is that he is not a proc ably worse. I Meillan Rill agreed . Washington Jan. Hawaii sir Bill was finally perfected by the hous sub committee territories. A agreed the Bill preserves in All a in Sencial particulars the Bill presented by the hawaiian commission. Anticipate no trouble. Washington Jan. general Wade and major general Butler the cuban evacuation commission have arrived Here. General Butler said that affairs were quiet and satisfactory in Havana and that although there were Many antagonistic and conflicting interests among the people there were no indications any trouble that could not be averted by the exercise judgment Anil discretion the part the Powers in control. Died starvation. Havana Jan. boy 12 years age was found dead starvation by Corporal Harter company a tenth regiment. Stones with some candles at its head had been placed there by strangers hands. Where a Tommy White Cincinnati Jan White Chicago did not Apper to fight Jack Doherty. Kid Mcgraw and Doherty j however went through the motions to rounds to a draw. Toledo an a Job Toledo Jan. Gavin Gold Democrat has been appointed As superintendent carriers at Havana at an annual salary $2,000. Dwa inks in size rut As la rat a giants in n it ivs go Vang dualities. Sex congressman Russell Massachusetts is dead apoplexy. General Wood military governor i Santiago has arrived at new York. John la Bio a St. Louis tailor was fatally wounded in a Street Battle with a Footpad. Mrs. Charles Mcqueen in grand j rapids mich., hanged herself in a a Frisco hotel. J president m Kinley will address the j National association manufacturers j at Chicago Jan. 25. Ensigns h. H. Ward and w. W. Buck who acted As spies during the War with Spain will be rewarded. Henry Cabot Lodge was unanimously re elected United states senator by the Massachusetts legislature. Mark it reports Grain and Stock quotations for join. Chicago. Cattle common ?4 006/4 25 Bot 5 6/5 sofa m a $5 806/ 1 i Unis $4 so lr/5 Folk r steer $4 i 16/4 73 bulls $2 m 4 23 Cove a Ami heifers $3 306<vf iof Western Fin steers. $4 006 3 go texans 6/4 73. Calve $3 mn7 . Hogs 4�?Tnm to ii Light. $3 is urn heavies $3 80 fair to Choice pm i 80 packing lots $3 486/3 6214 mixed $3 458 to butchers $3 456/3 73 lights. $3 85<�3 pigs $3 30. Sheep Ami lambs native sheep $2 75� 4 13 ewes 53 356/3 heavy $3 8065$3 inf yearlings $4 oo6f� lambs 3 756i>12ifit corn�?34%c. Oat�?20c. In let Surg cattle extra shipping $3 4035 prom $5 206/3 33 Good 54 006/5 to tidy Butch ers $4 306/4 80 fair $4 206/4 40 Heifer $3 236/4 40 hulls slags Ami cows $3t 23�p 4 fresh lows $ to 006/30. Olk Galva a $7 006/7 25 hogs prime heavy and mediums $3 30�r 3 85 heavy yorkers $3 736/3 80 pigs Pmj Light yorkers $3 006/3 70c sheep Ami lambs Cholee sheep $4. 45 4 go Good $4 256/4 40 fair j4 006/4 20 common $3 006/3 75 Choice lamp Joger 8 43 common to Good $4 004 5 25 Buff Ken. A attle hat hers ?4 736/5 15 self planer $4 836/3 23 tops $3 4 06/5 75 tows. Ane. -. Heifers. $3 756/4 50 stockers and feeders _ $3 606 4 25. Tings yorkers $3 77146/3 so hied my $3 85 heavy $3 886 3 pigs $3 go a 6s.-sheep Ami lambs Good to Cholee i arabs $5 256 5 4 0 fair to Good $5 006/5 15 Cults. And common $4 506/4 75 mixed sheep $4 25 /1 50 culls and comment $3 Kos amp Fis yearlings $4 506/4 75. Cincinnati. Wheat no 2 red 71 c. Com a no. A a mixed. 3614<�?T. Oats no. 2 mixed Rye no. 2, 57c. Lard�?$5 "j1. Or Quot meats _$4 53. Bacon-$5 65. Hogs $3 056/3 70. Cattle is 5067 St sheep $2 256/4 . Lambs�?$4 25fe5 4qfc new York. Calves Veals $-1 006 0 . Sheep Aud lambs a common to Prima sheep $3 006/ 4 50 Good to Choice i mate a 606/5 05. Hogs-$3 857/ 4 . Wheat no. 2 red 79%c. Corn. A Nev jul 43%6/43%c. Outs no. 2, 33v&c. Cleveland. Hogs yorkers $3 65 mediums a 75 pigs $3 00.7/3 45 Stags and roughs $2 29� 3 to. Calves Good to Best $6 006/6 5�8 sheep and lambs Good to Best lambs. $5 006 5 15 Good to Best sheep $3 boa.�?T? to Toledo. Wheat no. 2, 70c. Corny Noe 2�?� Laxmi 36c. Oats no. 2 mixed 28c nov 2. 5514c. old $4 05 new 54 so Boston. Wool Ohio fleeces x and above us. Unwashed medium etc., Kentucky desc to Diana Quarter blood combing 207/-�?Tic. Baltimore. Butter fancy Creamery fresh 22<g23t\ in

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