Defiance Express in Defiance, Ohio
4 May 1899

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4 May 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - May 4, 1899, Defiance, Ohio % Stoa cot debian vol. Ali , Thursday May a 1899 no. 21 full swing at Samoa no undue restraint imposed upon Admiral Kautz. My is hoes abroad. Be must preserve order. Native reported to re taking Avau Uge the cessation hostilities having already corralled the main food Supply. Washington May 3.�? it is denied officially Here that any undue restraint has been imposed upon Admiral Kautz which should encourage the insurgents in Samoa the contrary Admiral Kautz has been advised that the president supported him in All that he has done. The Only injunction Laid upon the Admiral has been to avoid unnecessary Slaughter and bloodshed. This injunction is not understood to restrain the officer in any Way from such military and naval operations As in his opinion Are necessary to protect fully the interests the United states and British and German residents in Samoa. Item unit the Kailua member to act for National committee. Washington May 3.�?before sailing for Europe senator Jones addressed the following letter to . G. John in rational committeeman from sa3, designating him to act for the democratic National committee during the absence the chairman a my dear sir being compelled by the condition my health to go abroad for seme months and . Walsh Secretary the committee being absent in Alaska i take the Liberty requesting that you shall act As Secretary the National committee until . Walsh a return which i understand will be sometime next year and to give attention to the affairs the National committee As the organization the party etc., As in your judgment and discretion May be situation serious. Rebel Samoa ill now hold the main food supplies. Wellington new zealand May 3.�? advices from Samoa indicate that the instructions received from the Powers to cease hostilities makes the situation in the islands very serious As the rebels hold the main food supplies and Are again near the municipality Apia. A correspondent thinks it is evident that the Home authorities have misunderstood the situation in Samoa. The germans and rebels Are already jubilant and claim a Victory Over the British and american forces. The correspondent says that unless the rebels Are made to submit the difficulties will remain unsolved. The White people in the outskirts the City Are at the mercy the rebels. The american vice consults store at Fairfa was looted last week while a German store adjoining it was left in Sci. Bed. Utilish and american residents strongly condemn the action the Powers in ordering a cessation hostilities at this state. Ii troops at. Wardner. Wardens ida., May 3.�?the first detachment regulars arrived from Spokane. They were met at the depot by a crowd business men and citizens who gave them a cordial greeting. More troops Are expected and by thursday night it is hoped that the regulars will be camped in and near the town. For the present it is expected the troops will remain Here serving As a guard and no aggressive action is expected until the coroners inquest has been completed. For a cuban Malitia. Havana May 3.�?general Max Gomez and the Junta consulting cuban generals had a conference with governor general Brooke regarding the formation cuban militia. General Gomez in the course an interview said Quot in my estimation this important work should commence immediately. Many think it is useless but such do net know the considerations that govern certain discontented elements which have neither Money nor work and under such conditions will always be troublesome. A military Force will provide a living the kind wanted by those cubans who Are ready to join for blood said to be seditious and nerves Oil spins Beedles Paine s celery compound. In anti expansion circulars Are barred from philippine would engender Mutiny. Pom matter general action against Edward a Winton the Holton anti imperialist draws oat in statement from hath. Royal powder absolutely pure makes the food More delicious and wholesome Spyes a a to Wotli co., at pc. Sale Asbestos mine. Atlanta May 3.�?the famous Asbestos mine at sail Mountain in White county has been sold for $200,000 to Bancroft amp Kenrick mining engineers London. The Sale the basis $200,000, is the greatest amount Ever paid for a mine in the state Georgia not excepting that some the Gold mines in the Northern part the state. Outlaws foiled. Havana May 3.�?the Village san Antonio de los Banos about seven Miles Southwest this City was entered by 12 mounted men who were met by the cuban colonel ill eras. Shots were exchanged and the outlaws were pursued to a he Hills Piner Del Rio the villagers think the raiders belonged to a division the cuban army. Coloured troops ordered ont. Salt Lake Utah May 3.�?a detachment 120 men the Twenty four a infantry coloured has been ordered from fort Douglass Utah to Wardner Idaho. Brick maker a Alliance. Springfield ills., May 3.�?the executive Council the National Brickman a rss Alliance began its fourth annual session Here. About 25 delegates Are present. The session was taken up with the address president n. Crossland and the Welcome by president Cartwright the local miners Union. Committees credentials and rules were appointed. Its neck wrenched. Mcconnelsville o., May 3.�?during a runaway a Little child William Patterson fell out a Carriage was caught in a wheel and its neck wrenched in a frightful manner. The child is in a serious condition. Captain Rockefeller. Leaven Orth kan., May 3.�?captain Charles m. Rockefeller ninth infantry reported probably captured by the filipinos was stationed at fort leaven Worth for two years and was a member the first class that graduated fro the infantry and cavalry school when major general Otis its founder was commandant. 8 Bradfield it female regulator x is for women a diseases and irregularities. It cures everything that Isit commonly called a a female a it acts directly upon All the distinctly feminine organs generation drive \ ing out weakness and imparting strength stopping unnatural drains and regulating the monthly flow it in every instance. It makes sickly it and weakly women Strong and Well again. $1 a bottle at drug stores. Send Tor a free Book about it. The Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta a Mailer and Buhl in draw. New York May 3.�?peter Maher and Gus Ruhlin the a Akron giant a fought a 20-round draw before the Lenox ath Letic club. Maher scored the Only Knockdown. The fight was a vicious one All the Way both men being badly used up. Honors being about even the referee declared the Mill a draw. Province ceded to France. Paris May 3.�?siam has ceded to France the province Luang Pra bang in the northeastern part the kingdom. France in return undertakes to evacuate the town chant Aboen about 175 Miles West Bangkok near the Gulf Siam and to withdraw from the so called Neutral zone. Sampson at new York. New York May 3. A rear Admiral Sampson a Squadron three battleships and two armoured cruisers dropped Anchor off Tompkinsville after a ten weeks cruise in the West indies it will remain there for some time and visitors to the ships will be welcomed left to Oti. Washington May 3.�?it is stated at the War department regarding the Berlin cablegram about German property at Iloilo said to have been destroyed during the bombardment that town that the matter has been left entirely in the hands general Otis. Poisonous canned meat. Bordentown n. J., May 3.�?rev. Thomas c. Cannon died at Bradley Beach from the effect poisoning caused by eating canned meat about a month ago. He was pastor the methodist episcopal Church. Prominent Caban dead. New York May 3.�?juan Fraga 64, a Well known cuban and a prominent member the revolutionary party is dead. He was president Tho Council cuban clubs in the state new York. A huge strike. Vienna May 3.�?fiften thousand textile workmen at Brunn capital Moravia went strike for a reduction in hours labor. To investigate Trust. Washington May 3.�?the Industrial commission May la will take up for investigation the trusts. The Standard Oil company will be the first the rack. Witnesses Are to be divided into two classes for and against the Trust. Attorney general Monnett Ohio will appear before the commission. It makes new blood and new nerve tissues. A few Steps to most any neighbor will Tell you the Plain truth about the amazing results that have followed its use. Paine a celery compound is so far above any other Spring Medicine in its strengthening nerve restoring blood making health giving lasting effects that it has no competitor. The old a a cures one by one in the last few years have dropped by the Way until today the sales Paine a celery compound in every civilized country Are larger than those All other Spring remedies All kinds combined. Paine a celery compound is the one Spring Medicine endorsed by physicians a because it is the Only known remedy that for All run Down conditions the nerves brain and tissues and for purifying the blood especially in the Spring when the body is most amendable to improvement has never yet failed in the Spring take Paine a celery compound. Under pressure. Democrat won. Baltimore May 3.�?one the most exciting campaigns in the history Baltimore City resulted in a democratic landslide. Thomas g. Hayes was elected mayor by nearly 9,000 majority Over William t. Malster re the present incumbent. The democrats carried the City Council. News Many columns reduced to a minimum. Cruiser Chicago is at Gibraltar. A combination steel interests with $700,000,000 capital is Likely. While excavating three labourers were killed by a Cave in at new York. Aguinaldo asserts be has nothing to do with the present peace negotiations. Boundary dispute Between Haiti and san Domingo will be referred to Pope Leo for settlement. Postmaster Edward Smith Otisville n. Y., was knocked senseless and robbed in his office. Ill health has forced senator Kyle South Dakota to resign As chairman the Industrial commission. Maximilian Sutor City collector san Antonio tex., committed suicide. Experts Are investigating his accounts. Colonel Frederick Funston has been promoted for bravery in the Philippines to the rank brigadier general. Rev. Themas c. Carmon a methodist minister died at Bordentown n. J., from the effects poisoning caused by canned meat. Suspect Mui Der. Akron o., May 3.�?there is a suspicion that Samuel Murphy a tramp whose mangled remain. Were found in the Valley railway was murdered and thrown under a train. A companion who refused to give his name is held As a witness. Won and not a Fortune. Toledo May 3.�?Toledo creditors George g. Hadley have received Noti ? that he is a bankrupt. He Rose from an Ohio Central brakeman to be Worth $800,000. He made the Fortune and lost it in ten years. New paymaster Navy. Washington May 3.�?the retirement rear Admiral e. Stewart paymaster general the Navy and the promotion pay inspector h. G. Colby were announced at the Navy department. A a distinguished Jurist. Berlin May 3.�?dr. Martin Eduard von Simson the distinguished German Jurist and politician who was president the Frankfort National Assembly in 1848, died in Berlin in his 89th year. Washington May 3.�?the postmaster general has directed the postmaster at san Francisco to take out the mails for Manilla three pamphlets issued by Edward Atkinson Boston vice president the anti imperialistic league. This order does not apply to the circulation the pamphlets by mail in this country but bars their dispatch from this country to the Philippines discontent and even Mutiny among the Soldier being stated by the department to be the design these publications. The three pamphlets Are specifically described and in no circumstances Are they to be forwarded by mail to the Philippines. The three pamphlets copies which have been prohibited in the mails for the Philippines Are those which have the following titles a criminal Agar it fusion by whom a a the Cost a National crime a and a the hell War and its these unless something should develop to necessitate further attention May be circulated through the mails within this country. According to . Atkinson s own statement As reported a Large number the pamphlets have been sent out. The matter was brought to the attention the postal officials by the War department whose authorities were greatly exercised with a suggestion that some action be taken. It is thought that there is Little possibility any these publications getting past the san Francisco Flor but if a few should the military authorities in the Philippines will promptly suppress them. Postmaster general Emory Smith made this statement a these pamphlets actually incite to Mutiny and it would by a perfectly unjustifiable to permit their circulation among the soldiers in the Philippines. Their circulation is a movement to induce the soldiers to disobey orders and in effect to Embarrass and resist the government in whose services they Are . Atkinson in an interview said a it is said that the dispatch these pamphlets from this country to the philippine islands is barred lest they should create discontent and even Mutiny among the soldiers that i cing stated by the department to be the design these publications. A there Are two publications Only. The first edition the first printed in november was dedicated to president both cold in death routed by Lawton were found the bodies clasped in Loving embrace. Revolver ends two lives one w Oman mail infatuation for another Lendl in the enactment it to bloody to a Eily a Cote it sexual Leer Craton. Stockton cal., May 3. A a Peculiar tragedy came to Light Here when the bodies mrs. William Hickman and mrs. H. A. Hassall clasped in Loving embrace but both dead were found in a room a lodging House a Bullet having ended the life each. Mrs. Hassall had been morbidly infatuated with mrs. Hickman for some months. Mrs. Hassall told mrs. Hickman that she was about to Start for London and begged mrs. Hikman to spend the night with her. Mrs. Hickman consented and her relatives growing alarmed at her no appearance visit d Tho lodging House and discovered the bodies. Mrs. Hassall had killed mrs Hickman and then herself. Mrs. Hassall came from London England and called herself the Duchess claiming that her husband is a Duke. She became so madly inf Tuat d with mrs. Hickamn that her husband left her but the couple were about to be reconciled. Or. Hassall is the chief rang r the order foresters in this City and is supposed to be Well to do but he has been waiting in a restaurant flt r some Tim. Medical men Art th-0 opinion that mrs. Hassall a insane. The Case is similar to one which occurred at Memphis a few years ago. Insurgent fore scattered to Tho four wind and several town taken. Washington May 3.�? the following Manilla cablegram was received by the War department from Otis a general Lawtons column passing Westward from Norzagaray captured baling end villages in that Vicinity scattering and pursuing 1,600 insurgent troops. His Only casualties were two wounded insurgent less several killed and a Large number wounded end captured. A have Cpin communication with Lawton via Malolos by Means Hale s troops and deist ments from a list prisoners in hands insurgents just received shows lieutenant Gilmore and seven enlisted men the Navy who were lost from the Yorktown and six enlisted men the army. Three the six w re wrongly arrested in january before hostilities commenced. All reported to be doing Well. By sides the above two men in Tho hands the insurgent South and Captain Rockefeller Alo still unaccounted Lvpl it i up the Dot Putin. Wardner ida.,May 3.�?sheriff Young deputized Abou 50 strikers to guard the last Chanco mine. A Small party the Bunker Hill mint is had already been deputized As constables to guard that property. As four them were returning Home they were held up by Youngs deputies and thir rifles taken away from them. State auditor Sinclair has made a demand the sheriff for the return the property. Or. Sinclair is urged by citizens to use his influence to procure martial Law a. Tho Only Hope for the Law abiding people la the Coeur do Alene Region. Merritt defend Alger. Detroit May 3.�?th Michigan to qty s is the american revolution entertained the visiting delegates officials the order and distinguished guests by an elaborate dinner. The occasion was made notable by the presence Secretary Alger senator Chauncey m. Dep a a major general Joseph e. Wheeler major general Wesley r. Merritt soneral Horatio c. King and general j. S. Breckinridge. Fully 400 members the order sat at the la Long tables. A feature which was 71 Breslau May 3 Man charged wit three wives Wiles to ii k my. A the trial Herr i the murder Bis ? i Dies be was said Peculiar interest was a speech by gun Mckinley in support his statement i Era Wesley Merritt warmly defending to have walled up in a cellar was concluded Here he was convicted manslaughter and sentenced to in years imprisonment and to years loss civil rights. In addition to the murder his wives Herrmann was charged with having caused the Dath his 12 children who All died Young it is asserted that they were prisoner with cyanide potassium. On the Diamond. Flow the pigskin contests ii it r a n t Points. Waged at that a forcible annexation would be criminal the second pamphlet was issued late in february when it appeared that acts criminal aggression were being committed in the philippine islands. In that pamphlet certain facts and statements were submitted to the attention the Senate and were the subject debate and that pamphlet again by order the Senate was printed As a Senate document. A if it is unlawful for a citizen the United states to communicate with other citizens in Manilla by sending them documents in a private edition which have been printed by order the United states Senate As Public documents i am Content to leave the matter at that exact Point which requires no comment from me. A i would however Call the attention the postmaster general to the necessity requiring that All newspapers lately printed Here and elsewhere which contain the late speech senior Hoar Given at the Republican club in Boston in which he used this expressive phrase a i can Sec no difference in Lynching a Southern postmaster and Lynching a people because they think a government derives its just Powers from the consent the governed and got those ideas from the Constitution the United states a be taken from the mails. A if this attempt to forbid free speech and free mails to the people this country has Bein made which i can not believe i think the people will decide themselves what to about Secretary Alger. He declared Alger the Best Secretary War the world has Ever sen. The Burden the remarks the speakers was a Defenso the administrations philippine policy. Convict Hogan escape. Columbus o., May 3.�?timothy Hogan the notorious robber Street mail boxes escaped from the Penitentiary in rather sensational style. Since his arrival at the prison Hogan has worked in the Cigar shop there. Tuesday evening with the Aid a fellow convict he concealed himself in a Box tobacco and was hauled through the Gates. He is still at Liberty and the officials Are without the slightest clue As to the direction he took after getting the outside the Walls. Hogan was sent up from this City in june 9, 1838, for ten years for robbing mail boxes. Rush immigrant. New York May 3.�?the Spring Rush immigrants into this country through the port new York has been unusually great. Since the opening the season some weeks ago there has Ben an average 2,000 persons landed each Day. Italians Are arriving in extraordinary numbers. The officials at the Barge office say not for years have there been so Many them entering the country Asut the present time. Clubs. W. L. P l St. A. Thila Elk a. Brook. Uial to. Balto. Iolo 9 9 3 8 7. 702 .007 Pajk Coo .583. Re a clubs. iritis Only Wash. Dev. Pitts. W. H pc .533 .500. 385 .287 .250. 250 railway official gone. Philadelphia May 3.�?colonel Alex. Biddle is for 25 years a director the Pennsylvania Railroad company is dead. He was a grandson quartermaster general diddle Washington a army. No re ult. Manilla May 3.�?the second conference held Between general Otis and the filipino emissaries colonel Manuel a Rufies and lieutenant Jose Bernal terminated without any definite results. Yangpil a negro Nyack n. A May 3.�?martin Kelley and his son Garrett Monsey were arrested charge d with banging Riched basics a negro to make him confess a theft. Bayles under this compulsion confessed. Ile was taken to jail to await the charge the grand jury. Bayles said he confessed the theft in order to save his life. At Washington b ele Washington oooo oooo 045 Brooklyn .3 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 a a 7 7 batteries Baker Ami Mcguire Hughes and Farrell. Unpi re a Gaffney Ami Andrews. At Pittsburgh it it. E. Pittsburg. 0 i Ooi Ooi 0 1-4 13 St. Louis. O i 0 0 0 2 0 0�?3 9 i batteries Cardin a Sparks Ami Schriver Jones and Creiger. Umpires Burns and Smith. At Baltimore r. H. E. Baltimore. 2 oooo 0�? 2 7 5 Boston. 0 0 2020104�? 9 to i batteries Miller and Robinson Nichols and Clark. Umpires Hunt Aud Connolly. At Cleveland it h b. Cleveland 1 00100000�?2 5 3 Lou i St he Ooi 0 2 0 0 0 a 3 to i batteries Carney Ani Zimmer Phillip and Kittredge. Umpires Day and Brennan. Second games r. Ii. E. Cleveland .004010040�? 9 12 i Louisville it 2200010 5 la 4 batteries furhoff and Zimmer Magee and Powers. Umpires Day and arc unan. At new York r. In e. New York. 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0�? 4 to i Philadelphia. I 0 0 0 2 0 0 0�? to 4 batteries Coakley and Grady Frazer and Douglas. Umpires Emslie Aud Mcdonald. Western league. Indianapolis Indianapolis 8 Colum at bus 8, at Detroit Detroit 3 Buffalo i. At Kansas City Kansas pity 13 Mitotic Apollo a. Interstate league. Mansfield Youngstown 2 mans the retired list. Washington May 3. A paymaster general Stewart United states Navy has been informed by first Secretary Allen the intention the Navy department to retire him May 5 for age. The communication also informed Admiral Stewart that he would go the retired list under two sections the personnel Law which assures him the rank and pay a rear Admiral. At Field i. At Wheeling Wheeling 8 at Dayton Dayton to j ids 4. At Toledo Toledo 3 feet Wayne 2. Newcastle grand rap Castoria for infants and children. 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