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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - March 2, 1899, Defiance, Ohio
Vol. Ohio thursday March 2, 1899. No 12 fascia color silk Wool or Cotton Nisei next door to Ying Liugi a. A significant move. I n Ever fading Black dyes Hanna bribery Gase. Both sides of question presented to Senate. Two reports submitted. Tho Raul ten no Etili civic to uti Safti. Vuic turn a Nom Utmer i la Vii k i�.4 iou. Washington Alai Cli i. A senator Chandi ivern lie committee of privileges and elections presented to the Senate the report of that committee on the charges of bribery in the election to the Senate of Hon. Ai. A. Hanna As Blade by the Ohio Senate. The report s. Is out Chat no direct remonstrance setting out that or. Hanna was net Eilt Ira or ought to be expelled com the Senate has been received by the to . He also shows that no one has it speared before the committee and Tbs. No a pens have been received beyond the formal report of the action it the state Senate. Notwithstanding these failures the committee has thoroughly investigated the charges. It finds that a a Tarry is no proof submitted either that u air. Hanna was Elet Ted senator through bribery or Viz that he had any a ctr engaged in carrying on his canvass for the Senate who were directly or impliedly authorized by him to resort to corrupt methods or to any form of wrong doing or 34 that he had any personal knowledge of the fact of Otis ase. It May be a Iii that Tbs re 13 no evidence which fairly teud3 to prove either of the foregoing Lime in View of these a lists the committee in privileges and elections base reached the conclusion thai a the United states Senate is not a Jed upon to take any action in the premises. The utmost fact which the committee of the state Senate claim to have proved a the report continues a is that an attempt was made to bribe or. Otis which failed. Without further facts than this the Validity of or. Hannah selection will stand the remainder of the repent is devoted to giving the committees reasons for not taking testimony in the Case which Are summed up in this sentence from it Quot to go Over the whole ground covered by the state Senate merely for the purpose of additional exposure would be tedious expensive and the Point is also made that there is no suggestion of bribery beyond the Otis Case and it is shown that Otis never did vote for Hanna. Reference is again made to the states failure to prosecute. A minority report signed by senators Turley Pettus and Callery was presented by senator Turley. This report takes the position that a further investigation should be made and enters quite fully into the statement of the Case presented by the Ohio Senate. The minority contend that the attempt on the part of Boyce to buy Otis vote for or. Hanna is clearly proven by Campbell. A seventeen Hundred and fifty dollars a the report continues a was paid in Cash by Boyce to Campbell As at Bradfi eld s female regulator gives nature the mild assistance needed for the regulation of the menses. It is of wonderful Aid to the girl just entering womanhood. To the wife and to the woman approaching or going through the turn of life. Women who suffer from any unnatural Drain any bearing Down pains in the lower Abdomen falling or displacement of the womb can quickly cure their troubles at Home completely away from j the eyes of a physician. A few doses taken each month will regu amp late the menses perfectly. It Large bottles sold by druggists for. P the Bradfield regulator company Atlanta a. Tornch for Otis. Boyce agreed to pay $1,750 Mote when Otis reached Columbus Ned a balance of $6,500 if Hanna was cd it they claim that it is shown that Hannah a managers. Dick and Rathbone. Were at the Neil House in Columbus. Where Hanna had his Headquarters and they repeat the details of Bovce a orations with them Over the to of hone from the Gibson Fotine. In Cincinnati As overheard by clerks t the Gibson. A it was in their interviews a the minority skates a that the terms for the Purchase of it is vote were finally whoa upon Between Boyce and _ m Betheil the physician think Kittling a it a improved. New York March following bulletin was issued a emr. Kipling has on the whole not gained during the Day. Though the respiratory function has so far improved that the use of oxygen is be longer necessary. Tho influence of the persisting inflammation in the upper lobes is still wild scenes Xii Senate. Washington March frenzy of Mil passing was on the Senate. The mils passed were principally Public building measures and at times during a the Clay and night the scenes in the. Senate were remarkable. Senators usually staid and dignified sticklers for order and decorum in the Chambe clamoured for consideration of Bills pro Viding for the erection of government buildings Iii which they were interested. A Large Batch of such measures passed by the House was received by the Senate. Instantly confusion reigned. Senators crowded about the jerks desk and began to sort Over the Mil from the House picking them Cut they found their own. Bills carrying. An aggregate of $8,000,000 were passed and Many More that had net been passed by both Bouses of Congress were placed As amendments on the sundry civil appropriation Bill. Finally at a late hour an amendment to the sundry civil Bill was adopted appropriating nearly $4,000,000 for the preliminary work on the buildings which had been authorized. The sundry civil or was passed at 11 15 p. In. Jeim Jamul acquitted. Kansas City mo., March Jesse James son of the notorious Bandit whose name he bears was acquitted of complicity in the robbery of a Missouri Pacific express train at Leeds. The robbery which the police accused Young James of leading was committed on sept 23 last and was last of numerous train robberies in the outskirts of Kansas City. The jury was out less than an hour and the verdict of acquittal was reached on the first Bailo. The courtroom was packed with friends of Young James among them being his Uncle Frank James of St. I Amis and the announcement of the verdict was the signal for applause and thieving that neither judge nor bailiffs could suppress. In returning their verdict of acquittal the jurors were compelled to discredit entirely the confessions of witness w. W. Lowe who admit teed being a member of the band and who described the robbery in every Tail implicating his accomplices Young James and others. Two men h hied Council Bluffs la., March men were instantly Kil Ted and a third sustained a broken leg a lid was otherwise injured by the caving in of a Bank of Earth near which they were working. One of the dead men is j. H. Black of this City and the other is Frank Kroner who had applied and been put to work but a Lew hours before the Accident. Day and Kohlsaat conf troed. Washington March Senate confirmed the following nominations William r. Day of Ohio to be United states circuit judge for the sixth judicial circuit and Christian Kovi Saat of Illinois to be United states District judge for the Northern District of Illinois Ameer i not dead. London March Secretary of state for India lord George Hamilton announced in the House of common j that there was no truth in the reported death of the Ameer of Afghanistan. Germany puts an end to stories of friction warships ordered Awat. Protection of the lives and i on cry of German subject in the philippine entrusted entirely to Antie Ricau forces. Washington March Germau government has set at rest effectually the rumours of a purpose in its part to Embarrass the United states in the philippine islands. It has Given a signal manifestation of its desire to promote the most Cor dial relations Between Germany and the United states by ordering the withdrawal of All vessels of its Navy from philippine Waters and placing the lives and property of its subjects there under the Protection of the United states government. The action taken is regarded Here is a masterly stroke in diplomacy by which will be removed All possibility of a clash Between German and american interests in and about Manilla and notice to All the world and especially to any americans who entertained any suspicions of sinister designs by Germany of the wish and purpose of the German Empire to cultivate the Friendship of the United states. By it Germany at once places the Protection of All her Large interests in the islands almost completely in our hands. The announcement of this act of the German government came at the close of a Day that had been full of sensational rumours of a clash Between the americans and germans in Manilla the rumours finally going so far As to assert that Admiral Dewey had fired on and sunk a German War vessel at Manilla. These rumours spread despite the fact that the Cable connecting Manilla with the outer world is in the control of the United states government so that it might be reasonably expected that it would be the government to receive the first news of any disaster or collision at Manilla and that at the White House War department and Navy department positive denials were made of the receipt of any news tending even in the slightest degree to confirm the rumours. The German government followed its announcement to the state department of a purpose to order its vessels away from the Philippines with a formal application to the United states government to undertake the Protection if All the germans in the Philippines not Only in person but in property the president very promptly accepted the Trust and there will be no German ships at either Manilla or Iloilo a to disturb the relations Between the two countries by forming the base of sensational and false rumours. Bym redmen. Bar Tolera terribly sea ten and bobbed in their own Home. Wheeling feb. 28�?three masked men entered the residence of Fritz and Henry Pape on the North Fork of Short Creek this county near West Liberty beat the two Brothers in a horrible manner bound and gagged them and robbed to amp a residence of a Large amount of Money estimated As High As $5,000 the robbers escaped on the horses they stole from the stable. Fritz Pape is in a a Rufous condition and May die Soldier of Fortune depart. Kansas City feb. 28.�?the first detachment of the filibustering expedition organized Here for an invasion of a Central America Eft Kansas City at 10 20 p. In. The soldiers of Fortune numbered about 150 Send were provided for in four special coaches which were attached to the regular southbound passenger train on the Kansas City fort Scott and Memphis Road. It is now known beyond fuestion that the men composing this expedition expect to see fighting Iii Central America. Re ports As to their destination have been conflicting both Guatemala and Honduras having been mentioned but men who Are leaders in the adventure have secretly informed their friends that the real destination is Nicaragua. Some claim they will work on a Railroad. United states marshal Durham investigated tile affair but when the band started South he declared that he had discovered nothing to warrant the arrest of the alleged invaders. A final Aid for sectarian schools. Washington feb. 28.�?the conferees on the Indian appropriation Bill have reached a final agreement and have submitted their report the Senate amendment relating to sectarian Indian schools is retained but the amount is reduced to that not exceeding to per cent of the amount used in 1883 shall be used next year. A new proviso adds the words that this shall be a the final appropriation for sectarian schools. Diamond dyes make colors that never Crock. Clothing of All kinds easily dyed at Home. There Are three kinds of fast Black Diamond dyes one for Wool one for Cotton and mixed goods and a third for silk and feathers. All of these Dies arc specially prepared for Home use and arc guaranteed to make colors that will never fade nor Crock and that cannot be washed out in Strong soapsuds. The reliability of the last Black Diamond dyes have Given them the largest Sale of dyes. Be sure to get the Diamond if you wish to color Black for be other dyes equal them in simplicity of use and fastness of color. Thi Evish trass. A Hatch of them corralled and a attempt at lick pm foiled. Havana feb. 28.�?the owners of the Toledo Plantation near Mariano having complained to general Fitzhugh Lee that cuban soldiers carried away tons of sugar Cane every Day. Major Russell b. Harrison the Provost marshal with a guard of 25 men. Went to the Plantation caught 50 cubans and disarmed them. A number of others escaped. As the Provost guard was marching Back about 500 cuban soldiers came running Over the Hill brandishing their rifles. Major Harrison believed that a Rescue was intended and he aligned his men and ordered them to Load their rifles. He then directed a Spanish talking Soldier to Tell the cubans that they must not come any nearer else lie would shoot. Followed by a crowd of cubans. Major Harrison and the prisoners marched to the Headquarters of general May Rodriguez a cuban commander to whom the prisoners were transferred the major taking a receipt for them. Favor an Intra ligation. Washington. Feb. 28.�?the meeting of the River and Harbor committee developed a new phase of the inter oceanic canal question. Chairman Burton took the Lead in favouring full government investigation both of the Panama and the Nicaragua routes before committing the government and after the meeting or. Burton expressed the View that the sentiment of the committee was opposed to the Senate nicaraguan canal amendment and favored full investigation. To that end he introduced in the House a Bill to be proposed later As a substitute for the Senate Nicaragua canal amendment. To appropriates $1,000,000. To hold evangelical meetings. Cleveland feb. 28.�?the mid Winter convention of the Christian Alliance opened in Cleveland. Rev. A. B. Simpson the famous president of the Alliance was not present but will be before the convention ends. It was decided by the executive Board to hold a series of conventions throughout Ohio this Spring for the evangelistic purposes. They will continue about three Days in each place and will be held in 12 cities beginning in Cincinnati and ending in Akron. Advocated revision Bill Paris feb. 28.�?the Senate was crowded in anticipation of a Lively session. M. Vernina presided. M. Lebret demanded urgency in the Case of the government s trial revision Bill. M. Maxine Lecomte opposed the Bill As being unconstitutional and As an attack upon the Independence of the courts. The chairman of the committee m. Biss Euil defended the measure on the ground that it would a replace legitimately suspected judges by a respected cling Iii flans. Washington feb. 28.�?the Board of insular advisers to the War department consisting of general Robert p. Kennedy major Charles w. Watkins and Hon. Henry g. Curtis will sail on the transport Bodam direct for san Juan on wednesday. A Radical change in the plans of the Board has been made it being decided to confine the present trip of investigation to the Island of Porto Rico and be at this time proceed to Cuba As had been originally planned. Aiu Vance i a it age Chicago March i. The Federal steel company Bent oat notices of an Advance in wage the Illinois and Wisconsin Mills of 3 r cent to take effect a once. The Advance effects about 15,000 work no in Illinois and Wisconsin Rue Mak Oifer scr. The payrolls in Tho Uto. Ales of about $�50,000 the army Bill passed Gorman amendment with a time i nil prevails. House business is rushed. Two air Pori Iii Hill up lit til lie Smalt. N Iii ii i ii-1 i Outing l lib in 0 no nit inn. Policy Iii lir i ii11iit>iii. Washington Fob. 28.�?the House was in session seven hours. It sent to the Senate two More appropriation Bills the army which a. Been under consideration for several Days and the fortifications. The former carried Anent $t9, a and tin1 latter approximately $1,ton,. The final conference report upon the Indian appropriation Bill was also adopted. The Only amendment of importance attached to the army Bill was one giving two months extra pay to enlisted men in the regular army who served beyond Ike limits of la unite i states during th1 War with Spain and oru months extra pay to those who serval in the United states. The discussion of the administration a policy relative to theft Philip Pinch which has been occupying the attention of the members to the exclusion of everything Cise during the consideration of appropriation Bills Foi the past two weeks was continued several speeches being made on the subject. Or. Dockery tothe leading Democrat on the appropriations committee asserted that the appropriations for this Congress would reach $1,600,-000.000. Or. Burke dem. Tex created considerable enthusiasm on the Republican Side by his declaration that we held the Philippines by right of Conquest and had As much right there As we had in Porto Rico. He took no Stock in Aguinaldo he said. When the rebels stopped shooting Down american soldiers it would be time to talk to Aguinaldo and his crowd. The death of representative Hurley of new York who died at hot Springs va., was announced by his colleague or. Fischer. The usual resolutions were adopted and a committee was appointed to attend the funeral. As a further Mark of respect the House at 6 of clock adjourned. Bills were passed temporarily suspending the restrictions on the War department As to the Purchase of certain materials attaching Claybourne county miss., to the Western division of the Southern District of Mississippi extending the time for the construction of the Arkansas Northwestern railway through the Indian territory. Consideration of the army appropriation Bill was then resumed or. Cox dem., Tenn made a Short Sharp general speech saying a i will never vote a cent to put a Bullet into a gun to shoot Down those people Over there the filipinos who Are trying to establish their Home he could not understand he said Why we had started out to free cubans and should end by shooting the filipinos. What a remarkable notification he declared was that of general Otis that we had killed and wounded 4,000 of those people part of them naked natives armed with bows and arrows. As an american he asked where was the glory of this achievement who had declared War on these people who had done us no harm or. Sulzer d., n. A offered an amendment to increase the number of major generals to four and to provide for filling the vacancy by the appointment of general Wheeler. Army Mill la pm in. Washington feb. 28.�?after a contest that will be memorable in the history of the Senate the Compromise army reorganization Bill was pawed at 7 10 p. In. By a vote of 55 to 13. Or. Gorman of Maryland insisted that his amendment providing that the army should not be increased permanently or beyond july i 1901, be incorporated in the measure. For several hours it appeared probable that his insistence at least would throw the Bill Over a Day and perhaps defeat it. An agreement was reached finally however and or. Gormanos amendment in a slightly modified form was accepted. The notable speech of the Day against the measure was delivered by or. Vest of Missouri. Those who voted against it were messes. Bate Berry Butler Caffery Chilton. Clay Daniel Hoar Martin Pettigrew Turley Vest and wrbite�?13. A reciprocity scheme. St Johns x. In. Feb. 28.�?-a movement has been set on foot Here for an extensive reciprocity Ach me Between n v found i a my and tin United states i in id lag fish for the West indies Market him or. Pulp Mineral and o her valuable products of am lean Ink wry. It is regarded As it tre Riely by that the joint i commission will resume. Its sessions. Rovai absolutely pure if a. Am j f j r baking i Power makes the food More delicious and wholesome Oval Oil he Cowie co., new Vouk. J to a Fiok Latten by tin Senate to a aim or Tiri Kim Anil Schley. Washington. March i. Another unsuccessful Effort was made in the executive session of the or nato to confirm the nominations advancing and la Sampson and Schley. This result wan due to the Obj of senators Butler Pettigrew and Stewart who talked through the be Cut i Vit it less Ion the tit preventing the taking of a vote. Senator Butler mad the principal speech of the m . He based hit. Objection to adva net ment it or. Sampson upon lit a a lations of the published record of the two officer referring with pm Phi in to the fact that Admiral Sampson had he of been responsible for Admiral Schley a a a a Tut yes. Or. Butler it barged that the dispatch making this o tier bad Bora Supply e and he asserted that it must have been concealed in or. Lampoons behalf. At any rate the conduct of Sampson a giving the order and thou hoi ire Schley responsible for the delay was conduct unworthy of any Man and unbecoming an officer and or. Bulb r said he could never give his Ament to the confirmation of tile nomination of any Man guilty of such treatise it of a subordinate. The presentation of this Point led to a controversy As to whether Sampson had Ever issued the order. Senator Foraker appeared especially anxious to secure confirmation or denial of this accusation indicating his opposition if it was based upon Correct information he wanted to know Why if such an order had been issued it had not been included in the record of the two officers sent to the Senate by the Secretary of the Navy. To Liis friends of Admiral Sampson replied that it was to be presumed that it would have been if such an order had Ever been issued. Senator Pettigru w quoted from Admiral Schley a statement and said a no one can get around that logic. This matter is of record of the other is not and enough is known to show the unfairness of Sampson without regard to the other matter at senator Gorman made an Appeal for action and in this was joined by seater Wellington. Both spoke As the Friend of or. Schley. Or. Gorman said that he agreed with those who claimed that there had been unfair discrimination against or. Schley but he said be wanted him confirmed and he saw no Means of protecting Schley without also Adan ing Sampson. A let us confirm Schley and leave Sampson enacted upon a suggested senator Pettigrew. A that cannot be responded or. Hale. A it can be if we want to said or. Pettigrew. But the suggestion was not accepted and the executive session closed without action. Tim Schley testimonial. Baltimore March Admiral Winfield Scott Schley received from the people of this his native state a Superb testimonial of the esteem in which he is held by the pople of Maryland and of their appreciation of his services to the country during the late War with Spain. Incidentally he was cheered by assembled thousands As he Rode through the streets of Baltimore and at night 400 of the representative men of the City and state gathered together to witness the presentation of the testimonial and join in a banquet Given in his Honor. The testimonial proper took the form of a magnificent medal of Gold and diamonds of great intrinsic Worth and resplendent Beauty the gift of Maryland presented in the name of the state by governor Lloyd Lowndes. Admiral Schley accompanied by mrs. Schley and Genera Miles and escorted by a reception committee arrived from Washington at 3 p. In. The streets through which the Carriage passed were lined with people and cheer after cheer was Given both the hero of Santiago and the general of the array. Upon their arrival at the Rennert an informal reception was of hand at 7 30 p. In. The presentation ceremonies began. Hex m. A Charco my l in Oik r Fin ii to. Id be. 28, trial of j. In a Litis Daniel Jones on the forgery was commenced in �?�1 court Wallace was Char -. Arrest of Molineux charged Vith poisoning Katherine j. Adams. Committed to the tombs. Tim Cornu jury in Tim not orlon 1�?Tolaon my to Rio of or Tori la Lac a the crime on a Carrjr Critti Istir no new York Fob. 28 the jury in Tho Adams Poison Case came in with its verdict at 8 43 p. In. It was As follows a we find that the said rat i Rine j. Adams it ame to her death on dec. 28. 1898, la i West eighty sixth Street by Poison by mercuric cyanide administered by Harry s. Cornish to whom said Poison had been sent in a Bot tie of Bromo a Eltar by Roland a. the Coroner immediately issued or warrant for the arrest of Mcku flex and the latter was at once arraigned before him. Through his attorney Bartow Al weeks he demanded an Minu Bidad hearing but assistant District attorney Osborne objected saying it Whf impossible to proceed with the hearing the hearing was then set Down for 11 30 a. In. Molineux was committed to the tombs without bail. Edward b. Hay a handwriting expert of Washington testified that her had examined carefully the admitted handwriting of or. Molineux the inscription upon the wrapper in which the Noi on was mailed and the letter signed h. C. Barnett and a Harry Cornish. A and it have compared the writings pc carefully a a very Carf a and out opinion is a a a the ail were written by the same a and hat is your opinion As to who wrote t address on the Poison package a a emr. My neut. It has Tbs Ramer characterise s of ail the other during Tholf Vino ordeal Monnet of sat like a stall in answer to a id Gardiner a last question Fay to i that while the handwriting of k Mux throughout his work done Pri it to this Case Badin the Ordinary Tram lion of business mad the comparison stronger than Tec Cornish and Barnet letters the latter gave conclusive evidence that they were written by Molino a. The witness Gav a minute idea of his reasons calling attention to various Little habits and characteristics and was finally asked by or. Gardiner a have you any doubt in your mind that the person who wrote the address on the wrapper around the Poison bottle was Roland b. Molineux a a i have none a you realize the Gravity of your claim a a a a . I would not give my opinion if i were not absolutely certain in my mind As to its Roland b. Molineux sat and listened to the testimony of Tho handwriting experts without betraying any nervousness at All. Not so with his father however. General Molineux seemed almost on the verge of collapse during the better part of the hearing. It was just 4 35 of clock when District attorney Gardiner arose and announced that All the evidence in. The of the people had been Given and he faced the jury and began to sum up the Case. Kentucky excepted. Cincinnati March shippers of Cincinnati Louisville Evansville Henderson and St. Louis have entered into an agreement that on and after March i Grain shipped to Southern states shall go on inspection at Tho shipping Point and shall be accompanied by a sight draft. Kentucky is th1 Only Star excepted from this ruling on account of the terms of Large existing contracts with distillers or that state. In a a storm for infants anti Chiw Ratu a kind Yon have always Jim is tincture of 7/
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