Defiance Express in Defiance, Ohio
11 May 1899

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11 May 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - May 11, 1899, Defiance, Ohio . A a c Calm vol. , Thursday Ivray la 1899 no. Italians Uhm. Refine to return to work although exhorted to do so new York May 1,20,0 italian labourers the Jerome Park Reservoir a work went 911 Pijie. Flayed in the immediate Vicinity the f?ser$5ti All night and were very noisy at tildes but made no serious trouble for the Large Force police. They made the threat at a meeting that if any Man returned to work they would kill him. Bather Holt the Forgan Flau Catholic Church fruitlessly exhorted the men to return to work. Three Hundred men made half hearted attempts to get into the Reservoir to communicate with the 200 men still working but they were driven away and some them were clubbed. Roof collapsed. Cincinnati May the performance the Buffalo Bill show at Cumminsville the roof the old Turner Hall which commanded a View the show from across the Street was covered with 300 spectators who bad paid 5 cents each for the privilege. I when the show was half through a portion the roof went Down with 50 people it a dist Hance 30 feet. Three Are known to be dangerously Hurt. All the others were More less i bruised and Cut but were Able to go Home without help. The known dangerously injured Are Charles Adams William dins Aud Henry Carley. Outrage a masked . Lebanon tenn., May 50 masked men terrorized the denizens this place. Bill Dibble and Leslie Hudgins two negroes accused attempting to Force themselves into mrs. Maces Home were confined in jail and were soon in the mobs hands. Officers attempted to interfere and in the mix up Hudgers escaped. Then Dibble was hustled into a Spring Wagon and started to the country. It is rumoured the negro escaped with a severe beating. Levied a train. Guthrie T., May freight trains and a passenger train the Atchison Topeka and Santa be Road were stopped by sheriff Newblock and an armed Force deputies at Norman and chained to the track. The engines were locked end chained Aud traffic is stopped. All this property was levied to collect $7,000 Taes owed by the Railroad company for 1s98. Narrowly averted civil War. Manilla May the entreaties Aguinaldo averted last tuesday a civil War Between the forces his two rival generals. Luna and Mascardo. They were actually drawn up in Battle array. It was immediately before the Battle san Tomas. Luna had asked reinforcements Mascardo a request which was refused. Lutheran general Synod. Baltimore May to. A the eleventh annual convention the woman s Home and foreign missionary society the general Synod the English lutheran Church the United states began Here. A consecration service was conducted by mrs. Willard Larkin Central Bridge n. Two business sessions were held. Argument ended. Cincinnati May arguments in the Case the United states against the Chesapeake and Ohio fuel company and other companies charged with violating the anti Trust Law were completed. The court decided that the remainder the hearings should be by briefs for which three weeks time was Given. I burial general Force. Sandusky o., May funeral general Manning f. Force will be held at Cincinnati thursday and the burial will be at Spring Grove cemetery in that City. There will be simple services at the soldiers Home which general Force was commandant testimonial for Dewey. Washington May Dewey upon his return to the United states is to be presented a monster testimonial consisting autograph letters from nearly every member president Mckinley a Cabinet governors states and prominent United states senators. Brads Seldy a female regulator is for women a diseases and Irreg Lari ties. It cures everything that is commonly called a a female it acts directly upon All the distinctly feminine organs generation drive ing out weakness and imparting strength Quot stopping unnatural drains and regulating the monthly flow in every instance. It makes sickly 1 and weakly women St rung and Well again. $1 a bottle at drug stores. A Send Tor a free Book about it. The Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta a. 2 the mexican Consul cts lean i ski no c i to Tel a c Ltd it a a pc. I to it i cos celery compound no time is so favourable As March Ane april for getting Strong and Well. A thoroughly Well person eats with relish sleeps soundly works with zest and without worry from morbid anxiety As to the outcome his efforts if you feel you Are out health strength and spirits if you show signs nervousness and exhaustion if you have that feeling lassitude that comes in the Spring to those who Are out health if your blood shows the usual signs impurity Paine a celery compound will turn you right about face towards health. Enrique Guerra the mexican Consul has the Confidence not Only his government but the american Public. Through his intervention Many important commercial questions Between the United states and Mexico have been happily adjusted. During his Long this country . Guerra has lived in a Circle where the Best possible medical treatment is always obtainable. He Early discovered that in the Spring when nature seems most willing to no its Best assistance to the sick and feeble his friends were using Paine a celery compound the Only Spring Medicine that physicians endorse and intelligent families in every Community have come to rely upon with Confidence. Or. Guerra was not Long in finding out the great Reliance that is thus placed upon Paine a celery compound by the Best informed people and he was not slow in taking advantage the great remedy himself. Here is his statement unqualified conclusive Kansas City March 10, 1898, a at times when i have been seemingly exhausted from arduous work Paine s celery compound has been such Benefit to me that it seems now i could hardly have progressed but for it. When sleep was slow in coming and my appetite flagged a general toning up my system followed the use the compound. While i am not versed in things medical i do know a fact when i encounter it and that Paine a celery compound helped me and gave me a feeling new strength is a fact. A Enrique Guerra. As Spring comes most women and Many men who have lived hot House lives during the Winter find themselves unduly fretful unable to sleep soundly without appetite easily tired frequently distressed by headaches and lacking a a snap and strength the result poor blood and weak nerves. those in this condition the thousands testimonials from people like . Guerra who have been benefited by Paine a celery compound should be reason enough for giving this Best All Spring medicines at least a trial. What it has done for others it will do for the Reader. It will purify the blood Clear the complexion rejuvenate the exhausted nervous system insure Good digestion bring healthy sleep an 1 Astore ones strength and vitality. No other Medicine in the world Ever accomplished so much and a single trial will add another to the Long list people in every Community who gratefully sound the praises Paine a celery compound. Charges against a Constable. Chillicothe o., May to. A Constable John Coonrod Bourneville was bound Over to court two charges one for shooting to kill and the other for assault. Coonrod started out to St rest a Man for forgery. He met Stewart Pricer and accused him being the forger. Pricer denied the charge and Coonrod Drew his pistol Aud shot Pricer in the Side. Coonrod shortly afterwards met in miss Minnie Cottrell and accused her being the Man he wanted. When she denied the charge he made her submit to an examination. She fainted and was rescued by friends. Lively Send off. San Juan de Porto Rico. May major general Guy v. Henry the retiring governor general Porto Rico left for the United states Board the transport Mcpherson. His departure was attended by Lively and affecting demonstrations. All the military and civil officers san Juan representatives the principal societies hundreds Public school children crowds citizens together with delegations j from surrounding towns thronged the i Quay where several bands played and j Brilliant decorations Lent animation to i the scene. All Stone dead. Dispute Over a doctors Bill terminates in a quadruple tragedy. Meridian May deplorable tragedy was enacted at Okolona miss. As a result the affair four men among the most prominent people in the Little town Are dead. Or. William Murphy became involved in a dispute with Charles d. Clarke Over a Bill which the doctor claimed Clarke owed him. The dispute grew treated and a fight was precipitated. Clarke Drew a knife and rushed at the physician and quickly severed his jugular vein. Howard Murphy the physicians son hearing the trouble rushed to the scene with a revolver and shot Clarke to death. Walter Clarke Clarkes brother then came up and engaged Howard Murphy in a Duel. Pistols were used. The fight was a vicious one and resulted in the death both Young men. Result a runaway. Shelby o., May . Wilkinson. Jr., was seriously injured a his horse taking fright and running away. He lies in a critic ii condition with Little nope his recovery. It police too previous. San Francisco May police j department received a setback when Superior judge Murasky decided that chief Lees and his men have exceeded their authority in breaking forcibly into Ingleside Racetrack arresting bookmakers and confiscating property without due process Law. An injunction was issued restraining the police authorities from entering the premises the Pacific coast jockey club without its consent except in the manner provided by Law. That alleged railway tru to. New Haven May president John m. Hall the new York new Haven and Hartford Railroad company stated that his company was not interested in the new combination the Vanderbilt Railroad interests Between Boston and Chicago. He said a we have never heard any such thing nor do we place the slightest credence in it a Cleveland goes gunning. Princeton n. J., May president Cleveland left Princeton and went in his private car to Philadelphia. There he took a train for the West. It is thought he is another gunning trip As he went West by the same route a Var for th3 same purpose. Huge standing army Gomez would have one with himself in command. Claims in s a necessity. Request stagger Cine it american headquarter but nut much con a Idera Lnu in Given the mag a a Lieut project. Havana slay Maximo Gomez is trying to persuade governor general Brooke that a cuban standing army 15,000 men is a necessary adjunct to the proper government the Island. His views he has presented in writing but without eliciting a yet any reply. The proposition is not Likely to receive much consideration at Headquarters where considerable Surprise was occasioned by this magnificent project which if adopted Gomez doubtless believes would be placed under his personal control. The growing conviction that there is no need Rural guards except in the Wilder parts the provinces Santiago and puerto Principe is confirmed by the investigations Captain Hickey the governor general s staff who returned from a2,000-mile trip through the provinces East Havana which has occupied two months. Captain Hickey in carefully written reports to general Brooke asserts that with Tho exception a few in Santiago province he found no traces bandits. A a political feeling in the country districts a he declares a is far less intense than in Havana where the malcontents Are gathered. Meet the cubans the provinces favor ultimate Independence but they Are willing to have american occupation continue for a year at least As they recognize that the Island revenues a a expended honestly upon will let the strike Glt a . Cleveland o., May d Gou Ider Thomas Wilson and James Corrigan the committee the Lake carriers association who went to Buffalo to help Settle the Grain show Elers strike have returned. Or. Corrigan said that Little Progress toward a settlement had been made. He said that every Concession had been granted with the exception giving up the contract with w. Connors. A we will not Yiwei i that a said . Corrigan. A we will let the in Ike go until it wears itself out before we xvii i abrogate a contract we have bandits foiled. Santiago de Cuba May Baldwin an american newspaper correspondent and three cuban companions were attacked near Bayamon by seven bandits. Or. Baldwin made a feint As though soldiers were approaching and so distracted the attention the bandits. Then he and his companions quickly covered the bandits and ordered them to drop their arms. One the bandits resisting was wounded in the leg. The entire party seven was captured and turned Over to the gendarmes. Livestock shipper won. Chicago May livestock to the Chicago Market have won their Case against the railroads in the famous $2 per car terminal charge. Judge Kohlsaat the United states circuit court decided that the Levy $2 every car livestock delivered at the Yards by the roads entering the City from the West was an unreasonable one and granted the governments prayer for an injunction to restrain the transportation companies from collecting it. Will plead insanity. Pittsburg May to. A the Commonwealth rested its Case in the Bertha Beilstein murder trial. For the defense attorney Burleigh in opening said the defense in the Case would be insanity the direct result Shock sustained at the time the prisoners father dropped dead at the breakfast table some months previous to the murder. Wilson departs. Washington May Wilson left Here with his private Secretary . W. Wilson for new Orleans to examine the sugar interests. From new Orleans he will proceed to a number Points in the lower Mississippi Valley states spending a week ten Days in an investigation the agricultural situation. Royal t absolutely pure j baking i powder absolutely pure makes the food More delicious and wholesome Kif rower co., Row. After Faith care healer. New York. May Murphy the Board health reiterated the intention the department to proceed against the Faith cure healers. He said that . Roberts would get out a warrant what he believed was Good evidence against mrs. Miller who treated the Kranz girl in Brooklyn for a Case gangrene. It wag stated that the Christian science Chuth members mount Vernon propose calling a meeting rimmed lately to denounce the action Corrne Banning and the jury in exposing their sect to ridicule. Raleigh full off. Charleston s. C., May Raleigh which went the bar while entering port was pulled off by tugs at High tide. The Raleigh proceeded up the Harbor to her Anchorage. It was stated by her officers that a superficial examination disclosed no injury to her Hull. The Raleigh was coming in with a coast Pilot and the Point at which she grounded is known As a North breaker a just outside the jetty. She went the Shoal broadside and Lay easy in perfectly Calm water. department store. Jefferson City mo., May the House adopted the ornate amendments to the Senate department store Bill and passed the Bill As amended. The Bill levies a License tax firms carrying than one 73 lasses goods a classified in the Bill from $300 to $500. The Hill applies to firms in St. Louis Kansas City and St. Joseph. It goes to the governor for i signature. Aunt Lier denial. Toledo May Charles n. Haskell whom attorn y general Monnett accused bin a party to offering him a bribe to quit prosecuting the stamina Oil cases said that he absolutely had nothing to do with offering a Tori in to any Oik la stated that lie was to no connected with the Standard Oil company. I frit pistol Duel. Dallas May there was a bloody pistol Fig lit hire in which Dan Cannon was fatally shot through the head by Lewis Carroll and Carroll received a Bullet in the left breast below the heart. The difficulty came up Over the dissolution the partnership which existed Between the Quot two men. Roll robbery. Medina o., May thieves entered the farmhouse John face locked the two women the Only occupants in their apartments stole a Money Box and took it to the rear the barn where they rifled the Box its contents and decamped leaving the women locked in the House. I sign a break. Buffalo May while the strike situation remains unchanged there is still Hope for a speedy settlement the trouble. It was Learned that Tho Lake carriers association and contractor Connors Are willing to make Liberal concessions to the scooters. For Dpi ctr a Horn Corning. New York. May at the meeting Tim Board aldermen an enthusiastic Resolution calling for an official reception to Admiral Dewey upon his arrival in this City was adopted unanimously. With immigrant. Halifax May to. A the Hamburg american it Amer Brasilia arrived from Hamburg with 1,400 immigrants All bound to the Canadian Northwest. Mak Kkt reports. Grain and Stock quotations for May <1 Chicago. Cattle fancy $5 1-5 so Cholee steer x5 i v .5 35 556 4 75 beef steers. A 006/ i 50 stockers and feeders $4 Iny 5 15 a my heifers 506/4 25 Bull. 32 a it it it it 4 13 West in fed steers. St my ft3 20 Texas steer $3 906$4 . Ltd a a a a $4 go6/0 it i Loo a fair to it in i let it it n we 02% mixed $3 7< Light $3 to Ohio lad lost. Troy Mike Farragher Youngstown 0.,and Jimmy Gorman Troy were scheduled to go 20 rounds Here. The local Man completely outclassed his adversary Farragher being put to sleep with a left Hook the jaw in the fifth round. Ohio postmaster. Washington May following presidential postmasters were appointed v. E. Humphreys Fayette c. W. Jones Waverly. Under pressure. the Trice Gan new York May municipal Council passed an ordinance fixing the Price Gas at 75 cents per 1,000 cubic feet the same Standard to exist As that now prevailing. The Council claims that under the preface the charter the municipal Council has the Power to regulate the Alaska Well soldiered. Washington May War department has now established six different military stations in Alaska Aud has quite a Large Force troops in that territory. New Hinny column reduced to a minimum. Smallpox is epidemic in Berlin. Texas legislature has passed a drastic anti Trust Bill. Vice president Hobart a condition remains unchanged. British ship Loch Sloy was wrecked near Adelaide Australia. Thirty persons were drowned. Uncle Sam has provided a Flag for cuban vessels. It consists a Blue Field with a White Union. Frank erne and George Mcfadden fought 25 furious rounds at new York. Erne got the decision Points. Mayors Western cities Are uniting in an Effort to have Admiral Dewey return Home via the Golden Gate. While clerk Kings county n. Y., Jacob Worth is alleged to have received Over $100,000 in ilk Gal fees. Governor Thomas Colorado repudiates that interview about the return the volunteers from the Philippines. Schooner Loyal which sailed from Seattle for Alaska one year ago is reported lost. Eleven persons were Board. Six masked robbers overpowered the watch and blew up the Safe the bavarian brewery at Wilmington Del nearly $1,500 was secured. Retirement and promotions. Washington May colonel John m. Bacon eighth United states cavalry and colonel Henry Carroll seventh United states been placed upon the retired list at their own request after More than 30 years service. This will promote lieutenant colonel a. R. Chaffee the Quot third cavalry to be colonel the eighth cavalry and lieutenant colonel Theodore a. Baldwin the tenth cavalry to be colonel the seventy cavalry. urn i. It Belee $4 756, 5 40 bulls 83 4 to cow is <2 006. So a a Ives it i in to to Pri me a it i 3, $ 1 06/0 62va tops $0 75 7 fair and mix .1 calve $3 50 b t so. N and Bam is a con Imon w ooh sheep $4 506/3 medium to it hoi Cloppe lambs i 8 i 371 it 3 b Good to Prim Wool 906/7 23 commo a i to Chob Cloppe Al $ 3 25/ 6 50 Spring i a nibs $2 75 0 . Hog i 156/4 33 i beige state $4 40, wik a at no. 2 red Orn a no 4-y,i jo1, i1. Oats no 2 White 33ac. Pittsburg. Cattle Cholee heavy $3 306/3 40 prim$5 203 25 Good $4 90675 to tidy butchers 84 7o / 4 heifers $3 25 /4 50 Boll and Stags $3 30614 20 fat cows. $2 25@ 4 fresh cuffs $3 00o�b 50. Calves a co 6 0 25. Hog a prime mediums and heavy $4 tot 6/4 15 Best yorkers $4 056j4 to Light yorkers $4 0064 05 pigs in 906?4 . Sheep Dee sheep $4 ./5 Good. ?4 75./4 s5 fair 54 106/4 go Choice lambs. $0 00646 to common to Good $4 734<5 Spring lambs $7 to old . Buffalo. Cattle butchers $4 506/4 shipping $4 75/0.3 to tops $5 006/3 45 bulk $5 13, cows and Heifer. $3 766 4 50 common to fair $3 004/3 50 stockers Aud feeders $4 256 5 23. Calves�?$5 756/6 . Hogs yorkers. $4 056/4 to mediums and heavy $4 to pigs. $3 906/3 95. Sheep and to Choice clipped Lamb $6 206/6 25 fair to god $6 104/6 13 mils and common $3 256/5 50 mixed a sheep s3 156/5 25 yearlings $3 30645 50. Culls Aud common $3 254/3 75. Cleveland. Hogs mediums and heavies �4 go yorkers $3 95 pigs $3 606/3 75 Stags Ami roughs $2 25 </3 25. Sheep and Lamb a Good to Best clipped lambs $3 0o6/3 757 fair to Good f5 256# 5 30 Good to Best wether sheep $4 804� 4 75 Good mixed. $ i 25 /4 50. Cattle Good to Best Butcher steers $4 go a to lighter steers $4 256/�?z4 50 fair i Best heifers $4 00444 50 Good to Best Butcher cows $8 256/3 75 bulls. $3 254/3 75-calves�?Good to Choice .$6 oo4.46 23. Cincinnati. Wheat no 2 red 714/72c. Corny no. Mixed 36v4e. Oat a no. 2 mixed 29 my. Rye no. 2, 03<. Lard�?$4 90, bulk meats�?$4 80. Bacone $3 g6lo it. 1. Hogs 3 106/3 87%. Cattle�?$3 736/3 . �?�3 004 i 83. Lambs�?$4 306/g . Toledo. Wheat no. 2, 74c. Corny no. 2 mixed 34c. Oats no. 2 mixed 28c. Bye no. 2 58c. Clover seed new $3 70. Baltimore. Butter fancy Creamery is sic. Eggs 12c. Again municipal ownership. Toledo May by a majority vote the City Council has virtually turned Down mayor Jones municipal ownership Plau for the Shore line Railroad and accepted his scheme for Selling City franchises to the highest bidder. Castoria for infants and children. The kind you have always bought bears the signature

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