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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - May 11, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Ski a Defiance express. Defiance Thursday May la 1899 Lake traffic we be tied up from end trend. Threats the strikers is extra session Grain shoveler and for Del handler at an immense min mein pro Bounce their co Lake Carrier Asci it lox. To sit Buffalo May 5.tie gain shoveler and the freight Hsc Dkl have pronounced their ult Eft Tut to the Lake carriers associates a a Mas meet ing it was announced raid great applause that unless tvo Lake carriers association accede to it he demands the men the Entac Commerce the lakes from butt Al t Duluth would be tied up. Between and 3,000 men were present. The Hail was it Lefand a crowd stood about the were orderly but determined. Meeting was addressed by john1 Hennessy president p. J. Mymit the new show Elers Union m. Foley representing the men Emp Cyin the elevators and others. Or mama hot announced that the time had con Ien the Whoie pan the movement11 made known. A a we have ething la our Power a he said a tvs a the Lako carriers association aes to our terms the Commerce Luffa la and other town along the in win be led up we have been King this matter for weeks Andow what we Are doing if we Warnac a help we can get All we Nee _ in front to be bal1 there were about too pole Mbere it the new freight handler Long and the speeches were translate00 polls them. Henr Bartet Detroit Secretary the utile Hoard the International ashore men s association who is in City has called a meeting the for saturday and an endear a made by them to bring about a a rent the present trouble. Go the Effort prove a failure it is that All the longshoremen em-1 the docks in the great Lake a May be called upon to quit work Ivi dually . Barter is opposed strike the Grain shoveler and dels the contractors but he can not in for the Board. Until action is in by the executive Board there will no move made at outside ports to the strikers. J the situation was further complicate by the refusal some 700 freight handlers to go to work under contract i Connors. The men say that they Are not striking out sympathy for the Grain shoveler but in order to get i rid the middlemen contractors h and secure an Advance wages from 25 to 35 cents an hour. So far but two three freight boats have arrived Here hut a string them is looked for. Arbitration Board at work. Albany May 5.�?governor Roosevelt received a dispatch from the state Hoard arbitration and mediation now at Buffalo stating that they were hard at work endeavouring to secure an amicable adjustment the differences existing Between the contractors and the Grain shoveler. The governor is the opinion that the Board will be Able to Settle the difficulty. Postal service in Porto Rico. Washington May 5.�?first assistant postmaster general Perry s. Heath returned from a months trip thorough inspection in All parts the Island Porto Rico. Or. Heath says the official report made just As lie sailed showed that the postal service the Island was easily self sustaining and that each Post office was getting mails at least once a Day. He said if there is any dissension discontent the Island it exists Only among a very few politicians. Against eternal peace. Odessa May 5.�?-the russian government has addressed a Friendly protest to the German government regarding the appointment As one the German delegates to the peace conference at the Hague professor von Stengel Munich University who just prior to his appointment and again immediately after it issued pamphlets defending War and declaring that eternal peace ought not to be the aim culture. Citadel condemned. Halifax May 5. A the Citadel the largest fort in Halifax has been condemned by the military authorities. Constructed at height of253feet above the level the sea it is practically useless As a fort anti will be utilized hereafter principally for Barrack purposes. The old Cannon have been dumped and replaced by a few maxims. The Citadel was looked upon As the Dunkirk America. Does not affect Uncle Sam. Washington May 6.�?official assurances have been Given to our government that the agreement reached Between great Britain and Russia As to spheres influence in China concerns Only the two parties and that in no manner does it affect the interests the United states. The agreement does not amount to a seizure the lands in China defined As being within either the two spheres. Prank the lightning. Pleasantville o., May 6.�?lightning played a strange Freak during a storm. Or. And mrs. Baker new Salem were sitting in the House within four feet each other and a dog Between them. Lightning struck and demolished Tho Chimney and killed the dog but neither person was injured. Cou Graca May be called next fall by the Prea Dent. Washington May 5.�?there is a growing belief among prominent members Congress that the president will Call Congress to meet in extraordinary session this fall probably Early in october. The questions which will come before the next Congress for settlement including questions growing out our possessions acquired As a result the War with Spain and the general legislation including that relating to currency Reform the Nicaragua canal merchant Marine etc., Are such importance that the president is inclined to regard it As advisable that Congress hould mrs it earlier than the regular sesion in december in order to get work under Way. The retirement speaker Reed will naturally entail considerable delay in the appointment committees in the House As it is customary to allow a new speaker four five weeks to make up his committees and this furnishes an additional reason Why Congress should be convened before december. Of the several senators and members Congress who Are going abroad this summer the president has particularly inquired As to the length their stay and has hinted that it was advisable that they should be Back in the Early fall As the necessity for an extra session might arise. Specimen ballot Jones. Toledo May 5.�?-mayor Jones private Secretary filed with the Board elections a specimen ballot to be used at the Republican primary and it is a list 24 delegates to be voted for to represent Lucas county at the coming state convention. The specimen ballot is headed a Jones for governor a and a picture the mayor is also at the head the ticket. Mayor Jones said that he knew the ticket but his position the seeking the nomination was the same As it had been. He will he a candidate providing the people want him. Appropriations for missions. Nashville May 5.�?the Board missions for the methodist episcopal Church South in sesion Here made appropriations for the year As follows China missions $21,162 Korea Mission $7,650 Japan Mission $31,714 Central Mexico Mission $27,127 mexican Border Mission conference $13,-850 Northwestern mexican Mission conference $12,560 Indian Mission conference $10,948 Brazil Mission $3,400 cuban Mission $5,000. Jealousy dual tragedy. New York May 5.�?thomas Mcgrath a private company a Twenty second regiment shot and killed Jennie Coyle a girl under 21, in the hallway the House where both lived and then sent a Bullet into his own head. He was taken to a Hospital in an unconscious condition and it is said that he will die. Mcgrath who had made love to the girl and been repulsed was angered because she accepted attention from another Man. Aati i imperialist league. Chicago May 5.�?a number Chicago men opposed to the administrations foreign policy met in the office Edwin Burritt Smith and Laid the foundation for a permanent organization to be known As the Illinois anti imperialistic league. Among those most Active in forming the league were Edmund Burritt Smith Sigmund Sizer and professor l. Laurence Laughlin the University Chicago. Gardner Witt another. Louisville May 5.�?oscar Gardner the renowned a Omaha kid a received the decision Over Tommy Hogan the crack new York featherweight in a 20-round bout. The fighting was terrific from Start to finish. Gardner paid attention chiefly to hogans stomach. Denounced a traitors. Denver May 5.�?the Colorado Encampment grand army the Republic adopted resolutions denouncing As treasonable the attempt certain persons a to hamper the administration in its conduct the philippine fatal kick. Urbana o., May 5.�?raleigh Miller to a son a. H. Miller Salem township one the Best known Farmers in the county was kicked Over the heart by a horse and died instantly from the effects the injury no deaths. Washington May 5.�?general Brooke at Havana reports to the War department under Date May 3 that there were no deaths the first two Days the month. Retirement and promotion. Washington May 6.�?colonel c. M. Bailey sixteenth infantry has been retired upon the recommendation a medical Board by reason disability incident to the service. This retirement promotes lieutenant colonel Charles c. Hoode the nineteenth infantry to be colonel the sixteenth. Want the big fight. Carson nev., May 6.�?senator Livingston president the Arena club wired the managers Fitzsimmons and Jeffries offering $20,000 for the fight. The new rules the club provide that All fights must be to a finish no draws being allowed. No fight is to be Given a foul. Sewer Pine Plant burned. Chattanooga May 6.�?the Plant the Lookout sewer pipe company located five Miles South Here was completely destroyed by fire. The loss was about $60,000, covered by insurance. It is thought the fire was incendiary origin As there was no fire about the works. Prey speculators Farmers the lambs shorn the Stock exchanges. Claim a keen observer Throe Fourtha the Money lost to speculation la furnished by agriculturist a farming condition Lacu owed. Washington May 5.�?mr. Legrande Power for eight years labor commissioner Minnesota was before the Industrial commission. He spoke especially farming conditions in the northeastern states saying that the present tendency among farm hands was toward the ownership the lands and that a greater percentage Farmers now owned their own land than 50 years ago. He also expressed the opinion that the Farmer who is in debt has ten times the Opportunity to discharge his obligations than the Farmer at the beginning the Century had. Or. Power thought the tendency was toward Small farms and added that the wheat and Cotton and other products grow by the Small Farmer controlled Market prices. Or. Power also said that Many the agricultural colleges the country were conducted upon lines calculated to attract boys educated by them away from the farms. Speculation in Grain he said did not affect the Price it except temporarily nor affect the Farmers except so far As they engaged in speculation. A you done to mean to say a suggested governor Harris a that the Farmers speculate a a they do a replied the witness. A very largely they Are the lambs which Are shorn the Stock exchanges. Stop the Farmers from gambling and you will Stop it All. Three fourths the Money thus lost is lost by he thought that trusts and corporations should be strictly controlled and regulated by Law adding that in his View the country was Drifting with a mad frenzy toward disaster. All corporations should be strictly controlled by the state in which they operate. He thought however it might take 25 years legislation litigation and Experiment fully to work out the problem. Mysteriously missing. New York May 5�?mrs. Yetta trim born great Falls mon., asked the police Here to learn the whereabouts her husband j. O. Trimborn manager the Montana brewing company at great Falls who mysteriously disappeared last sunday from the grand hotel in this City where he had arrived that Day to meet his wife who was returning from Europe. On his arrival at the hotel . Trimborn deposited a Large sum Money in the Safe where it now remains. It is known that apart from the Money deposited he had considerable Money with him Quot at the time Bis disappearance. French opinion Dreyfus. New York May 5.�?the French minister the Interior m. Dupuy has just obtained confidential reports from prefects throughout France regarding the condition Public opinion the Dreyfus evidence and the possible course the court cassation and the government. The weight the reports is that extreme partisans both sides remain unmoved but that the latest portions the evidence have much impressed the Large and influential body opinion which previously inclined toward the staff and expected it would prove its Case against Dreyfus. Incendiary origin. Waco tex., May 5.�?almost the entire business portion Moody tex., was destroyed by fire. Loss $25,000 insurance $8,000. The fire was thought to be incendiary origin and Byron Dutton has been arrested charged with the crime. He was brought Here for Safe keeping Lynching being feared. J. W. Maxwell a Volunteer fireman was killed by the explosion a can powder. A Dar Itig Job. Ashtabula 0�?z May 5�?Safe blowers blew the Safe in the office the Ashtabula building and loan company in Broad Daylight and secured a Large sum Money the exact amount which is not yet known. The officers were at lunch and Entrance was made by forcing a rear window. It was a bold Job As the Safe stood in a front window in Plain View every passer by. Mckinley to rest up. Washington May 5.�?president Mckinley has decided to leave the City next monday and remain away for two and perhaps three weeks. According to his present intention the president will spend his vacation at hot Springs a. He is suffering from a slight attack rheumatism and is also feeling the Strain which has been upon him for Many months. For embezzlement. San Francisco May 5.�?olin m. Wellborn sex collector internal Revenue in this City was arrested by a United states marshal at the Presidio where he was enlisted under the name H. Bed hell. Wellborn embezzled thousands dollars from the government and made his escape about a year ago. Look like murder. Columbus o., May 5.�?the mutilated and partly decomposed remains an unknown Man were found in the outskirts the City. His head had been crushed with some Blunt instrument. Police suspect murder. Clothing the Vecea offi was marked Quot a. How it was done. Admiral a sent write a terse letter to i brother in Ohio. Georgetown o., May 3.�?mr. Frederick Kautz this City has received a letter from Admiral Kauts his brother at Samoa. By Way information for his brother the Admiral notes that the Berlin treaty provided that in Case the death the King Samoa the chief Justice should select his successor. This the chief Justice did last August when the King died selecting his son maleate. The revolution was Start i Jan. I and a the English and american consuls had to make a Compromise and accept a provisional government to Stop the War. With Mataafa and 13 chiefs in charge who were assisted by the German Consul and Bis Admiral Kautz then adds a a Vohen i came i Sid to the american and English consuls a you did this because you were too weak to do anything else. Now that we Are stronger let us undo the wrong., and we did. I had no idea doing anything but holding an investigation what had been done Here since Jan. I but the German Consul general was arrogant and unreasonable so that i was obliged to do something suffer disgrace even in my own estimation. I therefore concluded to do what ought to be done and refer the matter to the government later .�?� the Admiral says he followed instructions literally and has no fears consequences. Activity at Wardner. Wardner ida., May 5.�?the troops Are continuing the search for Dyn miters and a number have been placed under guard. General Merriam attorney general Hayes and United states marshal Ramsey have arrived Here. A detachment troops has been ordered to Canyon Creek and Mullan the strongholds the enemy and with them will go a number nonunion miners who will try to identify the Dyn miters. It is feared the desperate men will give Battle before they surrender. He has it cornered Otis to starve the Southern army into submission. An explanation. Washington May 5.--Many telegraphic requests were received at the Capitol As to whether the speeches and documents printed by Congress which some the inhibited Atkinson literature is based May be sent in the mails. No restriction is placed these documents except the three specifically described which were issued by Atkinson and that restriction Only applies to their dispatch in the mails forwarded from san Francisco to the Philippines. Enemy Short supplies their Small Craft destroyed by Lawton the f ill Pinna Are upturned in a strip Lind Between the Lake Aud the sea pm weekly review. Failure in april the smallest Sines records by months began. New York May 6.�?r. G. Dun amp company in their weekly review Trade say the failures in apr ii were the smallest in any month since records by months began being 38 per cent smaller than in april last year. It is not inconsistent strange if business halts because it has been crowded to the utmost for four months in anticipating future needs account new combinations proposed. In some cases prices have been advanced so far As to Check new business and in others works have been engaged so far ahead that new orders can not be taken. Yet new business in an amount which would have been astonishing two years ago is still coming Forward and the voluntary Advance in wages the heaviest Ever known shows Confidence in the future. The Wool year ends with heavy stocks hand and prices about to per cent lower than last year British prices averaging about la per cent higher for australian Fine but about to per cent lower for English and Cross bred wools. The Market in goods is a Little stronger with an Advance in Clay mixtures but in general is waiting for the outcome new combinations. The Cotton goods Market is the More steady because some strikes still limit production a Little but is quite Active and encouraging and in some Staples has further advanced. Failures for the week have been 158 in the United states against 238 last year and 23 in Canada against 25 last year. Frick explain. New York May 6.�?mr. H. C. Frick made the following statement a the current rumours that the Carnegie steel company limited and the h. C. Frick Coke company contemplated combination with other steel interests Are unfounded. What was in contemplation and what is now practically consummated is the amalgamation under one corporate organization All the properties and interests the Carnegie steel company limited and the h. C. Frick Coke company and their subsidiary and Allied organizations. Practically the Only change in the situation will he the retirement Andrew Carnegie from the French minister step Down. Paris May 6.�?m. Charles Louis de freycinet minister War it is reported has resigned in consequence the reception Given to his explanation in the chamber deputies regarding the suspension the lectures m. Durum a pro Dre Fusard and a professor in the Ecol pol technique after disturbances by his students. Or. Gooding 111. Washington May 6.�?dr. William w. Godding the superintendent the government Hospital for the insane and one the Best known medical experts in the United states is critically ill with Little Hope his recovery. He is 68 years age and has been superintendent the Asylum fat Rover 20 years. Washington May 6.�?the continued hostile demonstrations South Manilla Are causing no apprehension to War department officials As the brigades Ovenshine and Hall Ore said to he ample for every emergency. Together they have about 1,600 Mer besides the ninth and twelfth regular infantry who have just arrived at Manilla. Ovenshine a brigade consists the fourth and fourteenth infantry regiments first Washington two battalions the first Idaho one battalion the first California and Dyer and hawthorns batteries. Hall s brigade consists the seventeenth infantry and the first Wyoming. In View these Sharp demonstrations to the South the work done by Lawton his expedition to Laguna de Bay is receiving credit not heretofore accorded to it. One the main results the expedition was to destroy the Small Craft by which the insurgents might have crossed the Lake and moved North the rear Macarthur a forces. Now they Are by a Ltd in i narrow strip land Between the Lake and the Ocean unable to Cross the Lake while the March is too Long to Circle the Lake to the South. Thus the work Lawton is holding the filipinos some 900 in number to the South leaving Macarthur free from danger an attack in Force from the rear. The report that the filipinos were trying to break through the american lines is evidence to the War department that this Force is becoming Short supplies. It is evidently general Otis intention to remain the defensive so Long As he can keep this Force separate from the main body Aguinaldo. It is said general Otis believes he can starve this Southern army into submission. Malate is a suburb Manilla near the Hay. The other Point mentioned in the dispatch san Pedro a cat is Between Manilla and Laguna de Bay and is one the outposts which protect the water works. Report from Gila. Washington May 6.�?the War department has received the following from general Otis at Manilla a Fol lowing casualties at san Tomas Friday an officer lieutenant Mctaggart twentieth Kansas and four enlisted men killed 22 enlisted men wounded. Among wounded general Funston hand slight. Lawton reports capture Over Loo too bushels Rice and 623 tons sugar at Caluag. Value the subsistence captured at Malolos $1,500,-000. Large captures Rice and Corn belonging to the enemy at other Points. Insurgents destroyed by fire the town san Tomas and later fired City san about the dead officer. Coffeyville kan., May 5.�?second lieutenant w. A. Mctaggart company a twentieth Kansas killed in the Philippines was a son the late state senator Daniel m. Mctaggart. Prior to his enlistment he was a principal in the Coffeyville schools. General Luna wounded. Manilla May 6.�?general Luna was wounded in the fighting near san Tomas. The Monitor is shelling Para que South Manilla. Kalnit Merced to sail. Santiago May 6.�?the former Spanish Cruiser Relna Mercedes which was Eunk in the Channel Santiago Harbor during the bombardment by Admiral Sampson a Fleet july 6, and which was recently raised pumped out and brought to this City for repairs left her moorings and was towed to the Center the Harbor in readiness to Start for Newport news As soon As the towboat arrives. To a receiver hand. Bloomington ills., May 6. A the equitable building and loan association Bloomington has passed into the hands a receiver. The action was precipitated by shareholders at Henderson id. Withdrawals Stock have been pouring in lately. The assets amount to $650,000. Secretary Beaver thinks the association will pay out All the Cash paid in but no interest. Anti american demonstration. Havana May 6�?the banquet Given by members the recently dissolved military Assembly in Honor the aged Salvador Cisneros Marquis de Santa Lucia the first president the second Republic Cuba and general Mayia Rodriguez was the occasion for an anti american and anti Gomez demonstration. General Manuel Sanguily colonel Juan Gualberto Gormez a member the Assembly executive committee and other speakers denounced general Gomez As a traitor to Cuba in having Given Aid to the intervening Power a los Yankees a who were referred to in terms dislike and suspicion. _ drugged Aud robbed. Marion o., May 6.�?j. W. Fry Mansfield came her with $300 to buy a car Load lumber. He fell in with a bad gang who doped him and the police found him in an unconscious condition in an Alley in the business portion the town with his pockets Cut Cut. Nearly fifty eight mrs old pc a Long life but devoted to the truth interests and property the american people Bass won for it new friends a the years roil1 d by ants the original members its family passed to the Reward and the a admirers Are Loyal Ami steadfast to Day with Faith in us teachings Ami Confidence in the information which it brings is their in Mea and fireside. As a natural con silence it enjoy in its age All the vitality and vigor us youth strengthened Ami ripened by the experiences Over half a Century. It has lived us Merit and the Cordia support progressive americans. It is a the new York weekly Tribune a acknowledged the country Over As th9 leading National family newspaper recognizing us value to those who desire the new the state and nation the publisher the sex risk your own favorite Home paper has entered into an Alliance with a a the new York Nyk Kelv Thrunk which enables him to it f Idalih both papers at the Truing Cost $1.35 per year every Farmer and every villager owes to himself to i family and to the Community in who . He lives a cordial support hts local newspaper As it works constantly and until singly for we interests in every Way brings to his Home All Hie news and happenings his neighbourhood the d drugs his friends the condition and prospects for different crops the prices in Home markets Aid in last. Is a weekly visitor which should be found in every wide awake progressive family. Just think it both these papers for Only a year. Send All subscriptions to a a Tai express Defiance Ohio. Why postmaster general dissects atkinsons pamphlets. Latteri note made Public it was the instrument which tile action tilt department in seizing the alleged sedition literature was rated. Washington May 6.�?the Post office department made Public the letter . Edward Atkinson Boston which the action the department in seizing his pamphlets based. Many letters asking information about the subject have reached Here and Tho following statement was Given out by postmaster Emory Smith a in View the statement Edward Atkinson that he sent his pamphlet Only to Admiral Dewey general Otis president Gehurman and three four others the letter . Atkinson containing his application will be interest. It is dated Boston and directed to the Secretary War a a a i desire to Send a Large number the enclosed a Mph i s a the Cost a National crime a a the hell War and its penalties a a criminal aggression by whom committed a to the officers and privates in the philippine islands. I therefore desire to know Vin Titer not these documents a an he sent directly through the War department May be forwarded in due course mail. A list regiment is desired and if there Are printed lists officers available they would serve me a very us Ful a no answer was made to this letter except to Quot Send an official copy to the postmaster general who issued instructions to the postmaster at san Francisco to hold the pamphlets. The spirit and design the pamphlet will be indicated by a few extracts. In one them . Atkinson says a a a i will append one question to each Reader How much increase taxation Are you willing to Bear and How Many your neighbors sons Are you ready to sacrifice by fever malaria and venereal disease in order to extend the sovereignty the United states Over the West indies and the philippine islands a a again after describing what he Calls a the Latell War and its penalties a . Atkinson says a a a lest others should be entrapped into enlistment in the regular army Volunteer service in the tropics it will Only be fair and honest the part the recruiting officer to he put in Possession these a again . Atkinson says a the Way has already become Plain for the youth the land to avoid disease in the Tropic ? by refusing to Volunteer enlist in the army Navy the United states. The Way will he found for the volunteers now held against their win to get their Reb ase from unlawful service in any other country than their own after peace is a emr. Atkinson not Only Speaks thus and to the soldiers the United states but he encourages the filipinos to insurrection when he says they have the Power to enter into International relations and they May yet he recognized and rightly recognized by other a murderer break away. Hutchinson kan., May 6. A John Moore who in March last Cut the throats his five Little children crushed their skulls with a Hatchet and then set fire to the House in order to conceal his crime was convicted murder in the first degree. Apoplectic insanity will be used As a basis for a new trial. Asho was being taken from Tho courtroom to the county jail Moore broke away from the sheriff and ran. The officer fired five shots without effect but continued the Pursuit and a few minutes later captured the convict let the House his father in Law intercut to Street railway Mer. Washington May 6. A postmaster general Emory Smith made a ruling that the sign a United states mail other sign indicating the Carriage tilt mails must be carried Only by such cars Street railway lines As Are cat rally at the time transporting the. Mails. The order to this effect has Bren promulgated. This decision is in response to a request from the amalgamated association Street railway employee. W nah bed the sheriff he i arrested for carrying conceal weapon at Pana. Pana ills., May 5.�?sheriff Downey was arrested by the soldiers for carrying a revolver. He was taken before Captain Couch the military commandant Here and his revolver confiscated. The sheriff was then set at Liberty and declares he will prove his right to carry arms. The episode caused considerable excitement. Fast one up for Sale. Cleveland May 5.�?monro� Salisbury has consigned to the coming Fasig Sale the fast gelding Azote and his entire stable campaigners about 15 Lei number and they will be offered Tea Sale. Among the other horses consigned to this Sale Are William Penn who is it advertiser Askey and Noria Hobart at the Seaside. New York May 5.�?vice president g. A Hobart has leased a Norman Hurst a mrs Norman a. Munro a residence at Norwood Park Long Branch for the season. The vice president will take immediate Possession and will entertain exclusively at his summer Home. 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