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26 Jan 1899

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26 Jan 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - January 26, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Single copies 5 cents the Defiance All printed at Lolomi vol. Ohio thursday january 26. 1899. No 7 on the verge of War critical state of affairs exists at Manilla. A clash seems imminent. Washington Jan. 25.�?in his communication to the Secretary of state Senor Don Felipe Agoncillo Calls attention to the fact that on Jan. La he addressed a letter to him upon the question of recognition forwarding with it a memorandum demonstrating that according to. Ii american precedents the Philip inc Republic was entitled to recognition. In the same in or he invited the attention of the Secretary a to the present strained Send Iii. At Manilla whore Over Zeal Encl to r Side might create a condition Resu leg in grievous loss of life and of ii g the necessity of an Early and Frank c it Mumuni cation Between the Rcpt or r t lives of the two countries. He f Ather Calls attention to the fact that sire his letter was written the very circumstances he feared have brought the two countries to the Edge of w he now Sekii ii Ca l the attention of the Secretary t Cert in conditions which require a u Date alleviation. There arc he says it the present time 20,000 american troops at Manilla controlling a population of about . A number of War it leis Are stationed in the Harbor and Many other american men of War and transports Are to be found within the archipelago although the actual Possession of the american troops extends Ever not to exceed 143 Square Miles out of More than 200.000. He says that despite the enormous forces now in this extremely circumscribed area they Are informed that other vessels of War have been ordered from Distant parts of the Globe to reinforce those now among the islands in question while a few Days ago a transport sailed from new York City carrying about 2,000 soldiers and having Manilla As its destination and As we Are further informed regiments of troops Are under orders to proceed by Way of san Francisco to the Philippines. Also that an attack is contemplated upon the philippine islands the islands to be taken in detail the smaller ones first the larger ones blockaded so that they May not assist those first attacked. He says that it is naturally the impression of his government and people that these warlike preparations indicate existing or immediate military operations in the Orient and they readily conceive that it must be contemplated that such operations Are to be levelled at he existing government of the philippine islands. As the representative of the philippine government he continues a i hesitate to give adhesion to this idea for i cannot believe that there is any present or future difficulty Between the american and philippine government justifying warlike activities and As a believer in the humanity of the american people refuse to acquiesce in the idea that America designs War upon the philippine he is unable to conceive any reason Why the armies and navies of the United states lately employed against a common enemy should be turned against americans recent associate. The United states he says has no Active enemy in the Orient having proclaimed an armistice with Spain. It is True he continues that Spain has undertaken to convey to the United states its alleged claim against the Philippines a claim which Spain was not capable of enforcing and which never found its origin in the consent of the people of those islands. He inquires a Are my government and people to be left to suppose that it is because of some desire on the part of the american government to enforce against its late associate this exploded claim that the United states is massing its forces at the late capital of the philippine islands a he Points out that the philippine islands Are in a state of order possessing x government satisfactory to their inhabitants and without an enemy within their Borders offering any resist Enre to its operations and Are at peace with All the world. Relation of american and rebel hourly in inning 3lor� strained i hip Dud Iii second a tical sound a note of Wurn tug. No Dan of ii of strike. Committee dig Cine Rator and Miner Agee upon a scale. Pittsburg. Tan. 23.�?the Coal mining rate for the four Large competing states of the country was agreed to by the joint Seah committee of operators and miners. The sub scale committee met to consider the recommendation of the joint committee As to the differences in Illinois. The operators of that state made the work of the committee comparatively easy by receding from their demands for a double Standard and agreeing to the arbitration of the machine differential Price. The report was then adopted by the joint committee. The adoption of this report will prevent a National strike and any trouble that May occur during the year will be in the Hocking Valley of and at mines where the operators have refused to be a party to the contract. Under the new agreement the rates in Indiana. Ohio and Pennsylvania will be the same As at present. For run of mine Coal the rate will be 42.6g cents a ton u4-Inch screen Coal 66 cents a ton Drivers and outside labor will receive the same wages As at present and eight hours will constitute a Days work. In Illinois the run of mine system will prevail. The machine differential is to be arbitrated. The operators want a Flat differential of to Cenis a ton Between pick and machine mining and the miners want it reduced to 7 cents. The operators make the differential 25 per cent of the pick mined rate in favor of machine mined Coal. This rate will be fixed however by a Board of arbitration which will be composed of the presidents of the min Erst state organizations in Indiana Ohio and the Pittsburg District and one operator from each state. These six Are to select the seventh Man who shall not be a resident of the state of Illinois. Upon reassembling the convention at once began the discussion of the scale committees report. The report As outlined above was finally agreed to without amendment. The convention adjourned to meet in Indianapolis on the fourth tuesday of january 1900. Clark still led. Helena mont., Jan. 25.�?latest senatorial ballot Clark 38 Conrad cd maginni8, 7 Fox 2 Hedges a15. Necessary. 47. Live Stock association. Denver Jan. 25.�?the second annual convention of the National live Stock association was called to order by president John w. Springer. There were nearly 1,000 delegates in attendance from All the great Stock growing states of the West and Middle West. Poor Hunter but Good Marksman. Denton md., Jan. 25.�?failing to discover any game while out Hunting in the Woods near Andersonville John Layton placed the muzzle of his gun to his breast and shot and killed himself. Quite a fire. Nashville Jan. 25.�?the losses by fire in Springfield tenn., Are Between $70,000 and $75,000, with insurance of $43,000. Six buildings including the National Bank and the Peoples Bank and the largest dry goods store in town were burned. Beautiful new Reward used by the i0bil1y. J the remedy that makes people Well Aguinaldo recruiting every available male. Paine a celery compound. Prison reformer. J new Orleans Jan. 25.�?in the prison Lezorin Congress n paper was read by or. Blake of Alabama on separating prisoners filleted with consumption from other inmates. Mrs. Ellen c. Johnston superintendent of prisons for women in Massachusetts discussed the question of providing separate prisons for women. Mrs. Adine Mitchell of California read a paper on the working of the Whittier reformatory for girls. Next door to Yingling a. In every civilized country Rich and poor alike have found restored health and new vigor in Paine a celery com Pound. A hard working people of Ordinary Means Are to be congratulated a says an English writer in reviewing the scientific work of the last Quarter of a Century a upon having so easily within their reach today a remedy which the wealthiest and most influential persons must themselves Nee if they would get the Best that modern medical skill offers. Paine a celery compound proves that the science of Medicine has kept Pace with the wonderful Progress which characterizes the a life of the present the astonishing reputation that this most wonderful of All remedies has acquired is principally due to the world of Mouth recommendation and endorsement of men and women of the highest business and social standing As Well As those in humbler but no less important positions who have themselves discovered its merits. Adeline Corn tees Schimmelmann whose portrait is Here Given in a recent letter to the Wells amp Richardson company Speaks of friends of hers who have been benefited by Paine a celery compound and who first advised her to recommend it to her sick friends. The countess As is Well known is a prominent member of the danish court. Her coming to this country has been much talked of. Her real object was one of Charity for she is using her great wealth and influence this Winter in assisting the danish people in the Western states. She is stopping in Chicago and from there writes her straightforward endorsement of Paine s celery compound. Women who Are easily excited who waste Energy in worrying Over trifles who Are often sufferers from sick headache and nervous mess should read the Plain unbiased statements of what Paine a celery compound has done for other women. Among the diseases that cause a vast amount of needless suffering that May be readily cored by Paine a celery compound Are bilious Ness torpid liver headaches sleeplessness dizziness constipation dyspepsia and general nervousness and debility. No Man or woman who is continually ailing can successfully carry on business or be of much real Comfort to the household. And Only a thoroughly nourished body that has All the used up and therefore harmful material promptly removed from the blood and tissues can be healthy. When either of these vital conditions of adequate repair of elimination Are incompletely done the organs just need such help As Paine a celery compound is fitted to give. No other remedy is so valuable. Were other remedies have failed. Paine a celery compound will Purcell National manufacturers. Cincinnati Jan. 25.�?there were Over 1,000 prominent manufacturers of the country present at the fourth annual convention Here. While the sessions were devoted mostly to hearing the annual reports of officers and committees yet the spirit of expansion pervaded everything that was done including a future policy of increasing its membership and providing such a fund As to make it a most potential Factor in the Extension of foreign Trade As Well As in american interests. No truth in it. Zanesville o., Jan. 25.�?All members of the executive committee of the american league of municipalities deny the Story that charges Are to be preferred against Secretary b. F. Gil Kinson of new York for refusing to turn Over dues to the treasurer. Mayor Black of Columbus National president said there was no truth in the Story that charges would be preferred. He said the report that he would prefer charges of any kind against Gilkinson was equally untrue. Jailed an agitator. Guantanamo Cuba Jan. 25.�?cuban Captain Serafin Planch who an lied for and obtained work on the Santa Cecilia sugar Plantation near Guantanamo harangued the workmen and ordered them to leave their work under penalty of arrest and trial by court martial of the cuban army. The american troops who were guarding the Plantation arrested Planch and brought him to Guantanamo. Both Rug did wll new York Jan. 25.�?mysterious Billy Smith successfully or ended his right to the Foremost portion As a welter weight pugilist by c beating Billy Edwards of Australia in 14 rounds. It was a rattling go with honors even up to the fourteenth when a hard left on the wind and a right on the jaw put Edwards out. Ruitian explorers return. St. Petersburg Jan. 25.�?the Moscow engineers Olendorff and Takaroff who were supposed to have perished while exploring the Polar coast have returned to Moscow. They were sent out by the managers of the Moscow and archangel railway with a View of discovering a place for extended navigation. Well supplied with Arm Mck till or nut illusion do ii to d Humbug mid Only a Niiha to gain Tim to Stock tin in Hili pier with troop. Manilla Tun. 25. The Indore Moncla issued a supplement containing a dispatch purporting to come from Mil orcs. The seat of the rebel government. The appointment lesion and says virally suspect this it to Humbug. Both it comments a of the american Conin Quot the filipinos is a new at temp Dewey and Spencer Pratt promised us Independence if the filipino a Public was stable. The filipinos Are disillusioned. They believe the commission is a ruse to gain time till they have accumulated formidable Forcer when America abusing her strength will begin a War to Latify her sovereignty. All the commissioners Are partisans of colonial expansion and the archbishop also favors annexation wha the sole object of gaining the sympathies of the winning Side immaterial which in the interests of the religious the filipinos of Caloocan and be Dalangin. Mistaking salutes exchanged Between British and German warships moved 3,000 men to the front in order of Battle covering the adjacent country but they did not attack the american lines. Reports from the Interior indicate that Aguinaldo authority is now generally recognized. Every available male is being recruited and arms depots Are being established at san Bernardino Union Trinidad and other Large towns. The surrounding country is being levied on for supplies and the filipino troops Are living on the fat of the land while the native villagers Are compelled to subsist on Rice. It is estimated that there Are fully 30,000 filipinos under arms and it is said that there Are nearly 50 Maxim guns at Malolos. Some of them having been recently acquired. The filipino military authorities Are convinced they say that the americans will be liable to work effectively outside of Manilla in the event of hostilities hence they feel confident in the future. Many of the filipino officers complain of alleged discourteous treatment upon the part of americans at Manilla. Washington an Lon. Washington Jan. 25.�?while the instructions to general Otis have been to avoid any hostile clash with the natives so far As that plan is consistent with the maintenance of his position it is realized Here that it is within the Power of any excited or intoxicated person to precipitate a Battle Between the two opposing forces. It is particularly desirable that even a Battle ending in Victory be avoided just now for the president has by no Means surrendered his conviction that the misguided filipinos can be brought to an understanding of the real objects of the United states. Say Madrid. Madrid Jan. 25.�?All the intelligence from the philippine islands shows that the americans recognize their inability to overcome the insurgents in the Island of Luzon and the Visayas. The americans intended to exercise their Power merely at the important ports but they Are already convinced that such a domination would not be efficacious. New Nicaragua Hui. Washington Jan. 25.�?the Nicaragua canal question was considered by the House committee on Commerce. The Senate Bill was received and read but no motion was made to agree to it. The purpose of the committee had heretofore been pretty fully matured to report its own Bill with government ownership As the essential feature. The disposition of the committee was toward a measure giving the president authority to acquire from Nicaragua and Costa Rica the right to build a government canal. French Hight in Newfoundland. Paris Jan. 25�?the chamber of deputies resumed the debate up on foreign affairs. Referring to Newfoundland the minister of foreign affairs m. Del Casse said the French rights there were Neon testicle no one questioned them and there was no reason to suppose they would not be respected. American will protest. Munich Jan. 25.�?at a meeting of the american residents Here it was decided to Send to the government at Washington a protest against the anti German expressions used in the House of preservatives accompanied by a declaration that no animosity against America exists in Germany. Koval w absolutely pure Rakin amp powder makes the food More delicious and wholesome Noval 8�i in<1 Nowocin oo., new Vonk. In three army Bills House plunged into a sea of debate. Vast Hull measure on the rack it flite in Gmyr doubt a the up Ali lion who i rat a Lac Hub providing i of in tiler Uno a it i regulars Washington Jan. 25. The debate on the army Reorg Ulza Ion Bill opened in the House. The final vote is to be taken not later than 3 of clock next tuesday. Practically thro propositions art1 before the House the Bouse Hill providing for a standing army of 100,000 men the minority substitute increasing the standing army to 30,000 men and lodging with the president discretionary Power to Call out 50,000 volunteers for emergency service and a proposition to continue temporarily the regular army at its present War strength 62,000 men. It is also understood that or. Marsh rep., ills will Champion the Miles Bill. Among the supporters of the majority Bill there Are those who like or. Mcclellan dem., n. A. A son of general George ,favor a provision for a general staff made up of officers of the line so As to make the army organization responsible to a single head. The Fate of the measure is still considered doubtful though chairman Hull and his friends profess great Confidence in its passage. The debate was not exciting. Or. Hall and or. Mcclellan id support of the measure and or. Hay of Virginia in opposition divided the honors. The evening session was devoted to set speeches. The principal one was made by or. Simpson fop., ran in opposition to the Bill. He charged that the republicans were afraid to throw off the mask and assert their purpose of holding the Philippines permanently. He referred to the statement of or. Brown of Ohio to the feet that the president had not committed himself As to the future policy of the country regarding the Philippines. Or. Mckinley. Said or. Simpson was a master of language in the sense in which a famous Frenchman once said that language was for the purpose of concealing. Not disclosing thought. Quot does the gentleman conceive that the president would declare any policy in opposition to the will of the people of the United states a Sketl or. Marsh rep. Ills. Quot i agree with the gentleman regarding the present occupant of the White replied or. Simpson. Quot the president will not decide upon his policy until he has Felt the Public or. Simpsons argument was devoted mainly against imperialism. He declared that the demand for a Large standing army was pressed by those who desired a Strong centralized government and those who wanted the country to enter upon the dream of colonial Empire. He thought it better to give up the Philippines together with the $20,000,000 paid for them than to hold them and raise questions and complications which would involve future generations. Or. Simpson said that within a few Days general Shafter in a Public speech in this City had said that in asserting our Dominion Over the Philippines we would probably have to kill half the natives. Neither the Duke a of Alva nor any other spaniard had Ever suggested anything half As revolting. At the end of the nineteenth Century a major general of the United states army declared it to be necessary to sacrifice 5,000,000 human be Ings in order that Justice might be meted out to the remainder. Was this to be the sequel to our War for humanity fled Congress Wiir give fur Power in Deal with conditions respecting Titer territory acquired during Tho. A. A Tiri. Spain and be t before. Or. Lodge particularly argued Fen a formal declaration of or Ane which could be had Only by that Rati float Tor of the treaty. That accomplished he was willing to Trust the America. A Congress and the american., people to Deal fairly justly and patriotically with the philippine islands with. Faffa regard to the principles of our in. Govern rent As set Forth in Tho can sit tuition and in the declaration of in tipi Nodi Nee. My. Clay was inclined to the belies that it might he desirable for Congress to make a declaration of intention regarding the Philippines before to treaty was ratified. He r Iron Gay opposed expansion especially pm Tbs ground that it would necessitate tilt maintenance of a Large and expensive standing army. Military Marih Lii a it Ili i a Ltd. Madrid. Jan. 25. A the ministry cd War has decided to abolish the military marshals id retire half of the unattached generals and to reduce the number of officers on the Active list. Two Hon a hunched. Toledo Jan. 25.�?official circuit in announcing the consolidation of of set. Cincinnati Northern and the Detroit Toledo and Milwaukee railroads Hare been sent out. The circulars Are signed by Calvin s. Brice showing that the Deal was made before his death. Playwright awarded do triage. Chicago Jan 25.�?John Maxwell in Chicago newspaper Man was in thus Federal court awarded a verdict of $10, -000 against Nat c. Goodwin the actor for infringement on maxwells play Ai Stewart re elected senator. Carson nev., Jan. 25.�?william it Stewart was elected United states senator on joint ballot receiving 9 voter in the Senate and 15 in the Assembly Newlands was not presented for none nation. Makker spouts. Grain nod Stock quotation for Jan. Saa. Chicago. Cattle fancy $6 /6 to Choice Steen re 601/5 95 medium steer. $4 90@5 beef steer. $4 806/4 85 Docker and Feea pm $3 256/4 05 Bull $2 504/4 25 cows a Heifer $5 306/4 of Western fed Eta Enir. $4 006j5 80 Texas steer $3 75@5 hut calve�?$3 50&6 of. Hosts fair to Choice $3 72v/c3 85 Paek lug lot. 43 5<>6/3 70 55@3 77u Butcher a 55/3 82 4 fight 43 5063 7t&t pig. $3 1061.3 55. Sheep and Lamb a poor to prime sheep. $2 006/4 25 yen a 44 i orc 4 60 common j to Good Lamb. $3 756/4 of. Wheat�?70c. Corn�?35m�� Oats 26%c. Pitta Baig. Rattle extra Chipping 45 0665 70 prints a. $5 256/5 40 Good 45 006/5 20 tidy Batch in Ems 44 606/4 of fair $4 25�4 50 Heifer. $3 256/4 40 Bull Stags and cows $3 25�. 4 of fresh cow. $80 006/00 of. Calve a $6 506/7 25. Hog extra heavy $4 006/4 02 4 mediums $4 of i est yorker 43 95/64 of Light yorker 43 806/3 in pigs $3 0o6/3 65. Sheep and lambs Cholee sheep $4 356y a 4 45 Good. $4 206/4 30 fair $3 806�4 of. Choice Lamb $5 0065 15 common to Good $3 50/g4 90. Buffalo. Cattle butchers 44 00614 90 Snipp ily $4 65615 to tops $5 406/5 73 cows heifers 4-3 756/4 25 Stocker and food Era. $4 006/4 50. Calve�?$6 0068 of. Hog a yorkers 43 95 mediums Ana. Heavy $4 of pigs $3 806/3 85. Sheep and lambs Good to Choice Iamb $5 006/5 50 fair to Good 44 756/4 85 cull.,. And common $4 006/4 50 mixed sheep. A $4 256/4 35 yearling $4 3564 50 Cul. And common $3 006/3 25. New York. Cattle common to prime steers $4 6c? 5 70 fair to Choice oxen $4 006/5 30 bullit $3 256/4 50 cow $2 15@4 of. Calves v common to Choice $5 0068 25 tops $8 35 a barnyard $3 606/3 90 yearlings $3 25. Sheep and lambs a sheep $3 0064 50j, lambs $5 006/5 45 top $5 50. Hogs 43 856/4 20. Wheat no 2 red 80%c. Corn a a. So 43%6/45c. Oats no. 2, 34%c. Eye no so Western 64%e. Favor the treaty. Two notable pc cry Mark the session of the Senate. Washington Jan. 25.�?two notable speeches were delivered in the Senate one by or. Lodge Massand the other by or. Clay a. While the two senators differed diametrically As to the policy of expansion upon which they dwelt both Are in favor of the immediate ratification of the pending peace treaty. They contend that once the treaty is Rati Cincinnati. Wheat no. 2 red 72c. Com a no. Iii mixed 35vfcc. Oats no. 2 mixed 29c. By a no. 2, 59c. Lard�?$5 45. Bulk meats�?$4 90. Bacon 45 / Hogs�?13 256/3 80. Cattle�?$2 505 of sheep�?$2 256 4 of. Lambs�?$4 00@5 25. Cleveland. Hogs yorkers $3 80 mediums min a heavy $3 85. Sheep and lambs Best lambs $4 4 of Good. 44 506/4 75 Good to Best sheep $3 506/3 75. Calves fair to Good $6 00@6 a Toledo. Wheat no. 2, 71%c. Corny no. 2 my acc 30c. Oats no. 2 mixed 28 4c. Rye no. 3. 57c. Clover seed old $4 of. Baltimore. But Tiv fancy Creamery 21�22c. Ego fresh 17�18e

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