Defiance Express in Defiance, Ohio
25 May 1899

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25 May 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - May 25, 1899, Defiance, Ohio A a a a Quot Quot Quot a a a a a a -. A a a fat Vaa a a v a a a ult a a a a pm v re \ v a w defian1 Jar Elj Al sol i \ a jul. R a v six a % f vol. , Thursday Ivray 25, 1899 no. 25 split in commission Over Best method dealing with the filipinos. Civil Buck the military via mild Tod deeply deplore the division which occurring it thle critical stage in regarded a a Greet misfortune. Washington May 2k a the indication clearly set out in the news dispatches from Manilla a division opinion among the United states commissioners As to the Best method dealing with the insurgents at this critical stage has aroused deep interest Here. The military and civil elements the commission differ regarding the Wisdom continuing the conferences the former adhering to their original demand for the unconditional surrender the insurgents. It is regarded As perhaps a misfortune that this phase the situation was not reached before Admiral Dewey left Manilla for Home and lost to the commission the Benefit his experience and sound judgment. It is realized Here that much tact is required at the i juncture in order while avoiding it. A Treme measures with the filipinos not to fall into the much Graver k at losing the expensively bought tilts the victories the american army and Navy. The War department is inclined to support general Otis not Only because his connection with the War but also the ground that his longer experience with the insurgents better fits him to understand the native character. However the president is giving the matter his close personal attention assisted not Only by Secretary Hay who is directly responsible for the instruction Given to the commission but by All the members the Cabinet and a proper outcome the Little difference May be expected. Comm action report Progress. Washington May 24.�?Secretary Hay has received from president Schurman the philippine commission a Long message giving the results the meetings thus far held with the native filipino commission sent by Aguinaldo to treat with the americans. The message was Laid before the president. He was very much gratified at its contents which were said to be very encouraging for the Outlook that something definite May be accomplished. President Schurman reports that the native commissioners will take Back to their people the proposition for a form government suggested by the american commission. The Paris is doomed. Falmouth England May 24.�?a leading Cornish diver who returned Here from the stranded Steamer Paris takes View the a very pessimistic a Pic Ever be re floated. See is pierced by rocks amidships her for holds Are badly damaged the bulkheads Are practically useless and even if she were got off the rocks i believe she would sink.�?�. State beards health. Richmond May 24. fourteenth annual conference the state and provincial boards health North America opened Here. Or. Felix Formento the president the organization called the meeting to order and . Parker a. Irvin the Secretary the Board health in a few appropriate remarks introduced governor Tyler who made the address Welcome. There were sixteen states represented. Street Cai men out. London ont., May 24. employees the Street railway company Here Are a strike because the officials declined to consider a demand for a new agreement removing certain alleged Grid ances. Safety mothers Friend the external liniments a True safeguard for expectant mothers. It helps them throw. The Early stages without morning sickness and As the critical hour approaches it relaxes and relieves the overstrained Muscles. Labor is shortened and robbed nearly All pain. Safe delivery is assured and the danger rising swelled breasts entirely avoided. Quick recovery and a Strong offspring Are certain. Druggists sell it for $1 a bottle. Send for our free illustrated Book the subject. Sot this year will the presbyterian Church North and sooth unite. Minneapolis May 24.�?so far As official action is concerned Union Between the presbyterian Church North and the Church South is As far off As Ever. Taking up the proposition for the beginning negotiations with a View to reconciliation favored by Many overtures the committee Bills and overtures reported adversely to the general Assembly. It was held inexpedient to take any action this year. On overtures relating to fro a Dom worship at the Annapolis military Academy the committee Rcpt Ted favourable and the report was adopted. The committee reported an overture asking whether presbyterian Young Peoples societies coaids be permitted to affiliate with Young Peoples societies churches which do cot believe in justification by Faith alone but who do not hold baptism necessary to salvation. It woe held that this was not a matter for the general Assembly to Rule . He la in hard lower. Sistersville w. Va., May 24.�?intelligence reached hero a shooting affair in which several persons were wounded. The scene the affair was Smithfield an Oil town in Wetzel county. James Vest lost it i in a gambling House drank heavily brooded Over Bis loss got a Shotgun which he loaded with Bird shot and proceeded to pump Lead into the crowd in the House. One the men shot had a revolver which he whipped out and then gave Chase to Vest shooting him As he ran and wounding him three tix a amp Vest shot about eight people non whom however Are fatally injured. Detroit Street railway Deal. Detroit May 24. Detroit Street railway commission appointed to Purchase and to operate for the City All the Streetcar lines within the City made its first report to the common Council. The communication was essentially Only a report Progress without definite recommendations but it indicates that the commission and the companies have practically gotten together As to Price and other mooted features the proposed transaction. Result a quarrel. Mount Vernon o., May 24.�?george Shrimplin was shot and instantly killed in his Home in Butler township by Reese Young the same township. Young was employed in taking the enumeration the school children cd the District and made a Call Shrimplin to make inquiries about his family. A quarrel arose and Shrimplin picked up a Stone threatening to do bodily harm to Young who Drew a revolver and shot Shrimplin dead. Congregationalists. Boston May 24. A the forthcoming year Book the congregational denomination shows that the past year was net one As much growth As usual. The churches added to Tho list number 110, the dropped number 104. And this net addition six brings the total for All the states and territories to 5,620 the number churl Mem jeers for Jan h s&84.�?z_. A the Linter a Muir a. Ii3 Syu Ivr. London May 24. countess Barwick wild recently created it sen see. It _. Warwick. Batton by floating the Warwick estate company limited personally attended at the opening her shop for the Sale school needlework in new Bond Street and served at the counter. Her appearance in this capacity caused a great Rush to the establishment. Action by Nal Ralrh. Chicago May 24.�?an important action taken by the delegation to the convention the Independent order by Nai by Rith was the change in the bylaws providing for the payment All delegates transportation expenses out the funds the Treasury the order. It was decided to hold the next convention at Chicago. As second Secretary. Washington May 24. A the British embassy has been informed the appointment William Max Muller As second Secretary the embassy. He is a son the Well known author and scientist professor Max Muller and in an Eton and Oxford Man with diplomatic service at constantinople and the Hague. Dewey Home fond. Washington May 24. subscriptions for the Dewey Home fund so far received by the National committee amount to $3,709. Among those received was one $100 from vice president Hobart. Trackman discharged. Toronto May 24. grand trunk railway authorities have issued to All trackman who did not report for duty tuesday a circular informing them that their services were no longer required. Paint celery that Coal rate Cut what miss Lucy a. Heiser a trained nurse eight years experience and a graduate the homeopathic Hospital Minneapolis mina., Here says Paine a celery compound vitally concerns every suffering woman Quot i am glad to testify to the merits Paine a celery compound especially As a tonic in Ceca convalescence. I have noticed very satisfactory results with patients under my care when Paine a celery compound was prescribed. The above endorsement is corroborated by the experience mrs. Hasel ton a we have been using your Paine a celery compound in the Nazarene Home for some months and it is with great pleasure that i can say that oar aged people have invariably been benefited by its ase. I have been using it myself As has also my Niece and there has been a marked improvement in our health. I was very much run Down after the Winters hard work Bat am feeling very much better. I have recommended it to a number friends outside the Home and they too have been greatly pleased i i the results. We shall never be without it in the . M. A. Haselton manager Nazarene Home 2032-2034 Columbia ave., Philadelphia a. Mrs. Chandler president the society for the promotion health Chicago 111., says a too constant application to work has at times caused sick and nervous headaches very persistent and painful. At such times Paine a celery compound has afforded me Quick Relief and i know nothing that will take its Lucinda b Chandler. Another attempt made to unravel the tangle. Hooking Road stands conference railway official come to naught and the greatest War in the history the wast is imminent. Toledo May 24 a representative 18 Coal roads Ohio and Michigan met Here to attempt to straighten out the trouble Over Coal rates end to restore the schedule which existed previous to the Cut instituted by the morgans. The Hocking Valley which instituted Tho Cut in Natl a Mode it Plain soon after Tho conference opened that the Rood would not recede from its position and Tufe conference came to an end in a very Short time. The opinion the member the committee in that the greatest War in Coal rates la ttys history the a tit in imminent and that the trouble will affect All lines entering the Michigan and Ohio Fields. Queen birthday Celebration. London May 24. gathering the Royal family at Windsor Castle to ce4ebrate the Eightieth birthday Queen Victoria was the largest Witt the exception the Jubilee gathering that has assembled there in Many years. Not Only were four generations in succession present but there was a great gathering children and grandchildren her majesty. Tho program opened with a serenade. This was followed by the presentation addresses and Rose buckets by the Royal warrent holders a Parade the second regiment scots guards the firing a fue de Joie thanksgiving service and a performance Royal % absolutely Ihre Bakina powder absolutely pure makes the food More delicious and wholesome a Oval a Kino pow to co., hew Tow. On the Diamond. How Tho pigskin contests waged at different Points. Clubs. W. L. P c. Brook. 23 ii .7m St. L.22 is .711 20 la 17 la 18 12 18 12 Quot Bien. Cine to. Bost. Phil .045 .008 .600 too clubs. W. L. P c. Ballo. 16 15 .510 la 18 la to to 20 8 23 6 21 n. Pitts. Louis. Wash love. .370 .307 .333 .258 .222 n. Ii. E. Wilson observation. Washington. May 24.�?se re tar y Wilson returned from his visit to Louisiana and Texas which was made in conformity with the wishes the president for the purpose looking Over the sugar Rice tobacco fruit Cotton grazing and other industries that Region. Speaking the sugar Industry the Secretary said a very extensive improvements have lately been made in the sugar factories in anticipation a life and death struggle with sugar countries where labor is cheaper and conditions quite As struck dead. Americus ga., May 24.�?during a thunderstorm Here lightning struck the residence Charles Putnam instantly killing mrs. Putnam who was standing in the hallway. Several members the family were prostrated by the Shock and the House was set fire. Synod reformed Church. Tiffin o., May 24. A the general Synod the reformed Church convened its thirteenth triennial meeting Here with a Sermon by president j. A. Peters Heidelberg University this City. Or. Calvin s. Gerard Reading pa., was elected president. Germans killed by chinese. Tsin Tsin China May 24. A three German officers were killed May 20 by the chinese at Kiao Chau the German port in the Shan Tung Peninsula which May Lead Germany to use Force to payment indemnity. Under pressure. The Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta a. J feared insanity. Cleveland May 24.�?mrs. Emma l. French wife Alfred a. French one the Best in it in architects Cleveland committed suicide. She had been ill and feared that the was becoming insane. _. A a news Many columns reduced to a minimum. John m. Hutchinson prominent Ohio railway Man is dead. Mary a. Livermore the noted lecturer is at deaths door. Transport Sherman left san Francisco for Manilla with 1,800 men. A reviewing stand at Malden mass., collapsed injuring several occupants. A Silver Teller in the sub Treasury at Chicago was arrested charged with pilfering Coin. Postmaster Jackson close stans Wick conn., was fatally beaten by thieves and robbed. Statute prohibiting sunday baseball in Indiana was declared valid by the state supreme court. Seven coloured labourers were lynched near Diaz Mexico for attempt at assault upon a ranchers wife. Charles Hutchinson was shot and killed by his wife at Arcadia id. He was the woman a fifth husband. Queens birthday. American Volunteer troops Are royally welcomed by Hie canadians. Kingston ont., May 24. first contingent United states Volunteer soldiers who come to help celebrate the Queens birthday reached the City. It we As a company from Watertown n. The Force was welcomed at the Dock and amid great applause was escorted to the City Hall where they Are quartered. Later companies from Auburn n. Y., Syracuse Oswego Elmira and cadets from Syracuse and Rochester came in. Mayor Ryan Kingston presented to the commanding officers a Union Jack and mayor Warner Rochester replied. Railway taxation Bill. Lansing mich., May 24. House passed a Bill by a vote 72 to 22 which increases the taxes railroads operated in this state $500,000 in round figures Over last years assessment. This Renews the fight Over the question Railroad taxation and it is not possible that the legislature can now adjourn the Date fixed in the pending Senate Resolution. Governor Pingree expresses himself fairly Well pleased with the action the House. Political prisoners Pardon. Dublin May 24. lord lieutenant Ireland Earl Cadogan has released Hanlon Mullot an James fitzharri3, the last three Irish Politica i prisoners who were sentenced to imprisonment for life for conspiring to murder lord Frederick Cavendish chief Secretary for Ireland and t. Burke permanent under Secretary for Ireland who were assassinated by stabbing in Phoenix Park Dublin May 6, 1882. Fourteen persons were drowned by the capsizing a ferry boat toe Danube near Straubing Bavaria. An exploding Shell killed seven workmen and destroyed the military Laboratory at Copenhagen Denmark. Winter wheat prospects. Chicago May 24.�?a review the Winter wheat prospects compiled from information received from it r 500 correspondents in Nebraska Kansas Missouri Iowa Illinois Wisconsin Indiana Michigan Ohio and Kentucky shows the Winter wheat to be in rather poor condition. Especially is this True the Western Edge a the Winter Wei cat Belt. La the More Southern slates including Missouri Kentucky and Ohio the prospects Are More encouraging Ohio makes the most favourable showing All. At Chicago Chicago .5 0003200 0-10 13 i Philadelphia 1 0 0 1 5 3 1 0 p la 17 0 butteries Taylor and Donahue Donahue and Mcfarland. Hunt and Connolly. At Cleveland it. Ii. E. Cleveland 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 a a 4 7 6 Washington 10010100 3 8 3 batteries Chi and Sugden Baker Mcfarland and Mcguire. Burns Aud Smith. At Fitt Ruito r h. E. Pittsburg 2 11 0 0 2 la 0 Baltimore 520 0 001 0 8 13 0 batteries Rhine Sparks and sch River kit Eon and Rob Neou. Umpire a Guffney and Andrews. At Louisville r h. E. Louisville. 0 0 0 0 0 i 0 0 0�? i 5 2 Brooklyn. 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 3 0 17 i batteries Dowling and Al Bridge Kennedy and grim and Farrell. Umpires email Aud . At Cincinnati in h. E. Cincinnati .201001 10 0�? 5 7 i new York .0 2 0 1 4 0 0 0 7 11 3 Batterley Tajra Grunmann and pelts meekly Aud Grady. Swart Wood Aud Warner. At by. Louis in h e so. Louis 1 2 1 2 0 0 2�? 0 17 2 Boston. 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 to 4 la 5 batteries Powell and a Roger Killen Aud Bergen. Umpires Day and Mccarr. Western league. At Kansas City a Kansas City 4 Detroit 13. At Minneapolis Mimi Neapolis 0 Buffalo 4. At St. Paul St. Paul 7 Columbus i. At Milwaukee Milwaukee 7 Indianapolis i interstate league. At fort Wayne fort Wayne 0 Young town 3. At grand rapids grand rapids Wheeling i. At Toledo Toledo a it Mansfield 5. Turf winners. At Latonia John blight do lure Rio St rut Broeck i Fri i it Ltd Mcclurg Elizabeth pastels. At Chicago John Baker cheese Straw Connell the Devil Braw lad Little Singer. \ the went her. For Kentucky and West Virginia showers northeasterly winds. For Ohio and Indiana a fair fresh northeasterly . Return Dew by. Husky orphans. New York May 24. afternoon session the general Synod the reformed presbyterian Church was devoted largely to the discussion Church orphanages in India. It wad argued by several the speakers that Money was being drawn for the support so called orphans who had gone far beyond the limit years to constitute them such. The next annual session will be held at Sparta ills., beginning june 2, 1900. Dock strikes off. Buffalo May 24. Day saw the general breaking up the Dock strikes Here. The settlement the Grain show Elers trouble As had been anticipated was quickly followed by the disintegration All the other strikes along the water front the strikes the freight handlers Marine firemen Coal heavers and Ore handlers were merely incident to the scooper so movement. Medicine men Combine. Cleveland May 24. american homeopathic pharmaceutical association was formed Here. Representatives every homeopathic pharmaceutical manufacturing concern were present. The members while they deny that their association is a Trust Pool admit that their object is to maintain prices upon a profitable basis. Struck by lightning. Jackson a. May 24.�?during a terrific wind and electric storm Here the residence . J. T. Lancaster was struck by lightning and . And mrs. Lancaster knocked senseless to the floor. The lightning Tore every garment from their bodies even tearing their shoes to pieces. They Are not expected to live. _ Roy suffocated. Bradford Junction 0., May 24.�?simon Biddy la while playing in the third Story Arnold amp Iddings Grain elevator slipped and fell into a Large wheat bin and was suffocated. Reaches Hon Kong rut is rep sited in 111 health. Hon Kong May 24, United states Cruiser Olympia with Admiral Dewey Boa a has arrived hire from Manilla. She was saluted by the ships All nationalities. Admiral Dewey. Captain Lamberton lieutenant Brumby and United states Consul Wildman were received by a guard Honor the Royal Welsh Fusiliers when they landed to Vinit the governor Hon Kong sir Henry a. Blake major general Gascoigne in command the troops and Commodore Powell commanding the naval forces. The visit was afterwards returned by the officials mentioned. The Olympia is going to Dock Here and will remain to Days at this port. Admiral Dewey is in bad health being too ill to attend the Queen s birthday dinner. Discharging socialists. Woonsocket r. I May 24. Cotton weavers in Sistersville who instituted a strike because the discharge several their number for the alleged reason that they were socialists received the endorsement the Rhode Island Alliance the socialist labor party and the Assurance financial Aid. Work in the other departments cd the Mill is suffering from the stoppage weaving and in a few Days All will have to be closed. Natl nil slavonic society. Chicago May 24.�?at the session the National slavonic society a convention the president made his general report in which he congratulated the society its steady growth and said that All the lodges composing the organization were in Good standing. I he Secretary also made a report in which he said the organization now had 15,000, and the membership was rapidly increasing. French give in. St. Johns n. F., May 24. colonial government is rigidly enforcing the fishing Laws the West coast against the French. The Revenue Cruiser Fiona was dispatched to Bay islands to compel respect for the Regula tic is and the French who had threatened to Appeal to their own warships finally agreed to accept the colonial terms anti Trust dinner. St Louis May 24.�?final arrangements for the reception the guests who will attend the anti Trust dinner at the coliseum next thursday craning were made at a meeting All Tho committees. The principal invite guests including William j. Bryan a p. Altgeld and h. P. Belmont As we As the bulk the National democratic committeemen will reach St. Louis thursday morning. Roy to be hanged. Whitby ont., May 24.�?howard Eri Oft 15, was sentenced by judge Mcmahon to be hanged thursday a amp. 17, for the murder William Murray Beaverton. The victim who was 80 years old lived alone and was beaten to death with a club. The object was robbery. Americans after it. Shanghai May 24.�?sir Charles Rosa. Representing an american Syndicate has offered to Purchase the municipal electric lighting Plant condition that the purchaser is Given the right. To establish tramways. Kid wins another. New York May 24.�?kid Mcpartland got the decision Over Spike Sullivan in the Twenty fifth round. Market reports. Grain Aud Stock quotations for slay a amp. Chicago. A attic fancy $3 59475 05 Cia Oleo deers. $5 25 /3 40 Ai cd i u a $-4 80474 93 beet steers $4 23 /1 75 stockers mud feeders to k</5 25 bulls $3 8ko4 50 cows and Helf is $3 jo/4 25 Western fed steers $1 0 to 5 to texans to 3 . Calve a 11 a it 7 5<i. Hog a fair to it Boley s3 5 </3 87% heavy Parkersr ?3 55 /3 82% mixed. $3 3 87% both hers s3 05�3 do lights $3 Osni 87% a a a 354/3 75. Whet i Aud a robs 81i<vp, ?4 knt Juii yearlings so 2.5 /5 v5 Ltd Dorado wooded lambs $0 to 7 clipped , St a to wheat 7 to to1 . I,��.�. Tit 3< in. Of a itt Burc. Rattle Holt 5 a/5 4<v v i i. Fro i s7 i ii go 7 25. Flog prime As arid heavy yorker $3 Ekx /3 03 Plok to. 8 ii it p a so lilt ii 5 to Good m Holer lambs so 1< s3 Tjio Spring it . I rite my. Or l�ko5 30 tidy Butch 5 heifers. ?3 25/4 80 in Fri 14 a a fat cows �2 23# is $30 ko.53 . Go Ive ended $4 05. Good mixed$4 11 Gilt yorkers 3 754/s 85 roughs $2 a Choice sheep $5 Gosse 5 fair $4 i 75 it 30 Rome in to Good. Int 1.1. $3 -17 to. Buffalo. Cuttle Butcher a $ i 754/5 23 shipping $5 ooo5 35 tips $5 3 14/5 rows Alc heifers St 00/4 05 stockers Aud feeders. $4 sn�/3 55. Calves�?$0 754/7 25. Hogs a yorkers $4 mediums and heavy $ i 05 pigs $3 05. Sheep anti lambs Good Choice clipped lambs $0 054/0 80 fair to Good so Dou-0 50 culls and common $5 /5 5&Quot mixed clipped sheep $5 nc/5 to tills arum com Mon $2 254/3 50 Choice yearlings $5 is 5 25. New York. Cattle a steers $4 754,5 50 fat Stag $4 so balls $3 40 /4 50 poor to Good cows. $2 5 4/4 . Veals $5 a 75k fed and Buttermilk $1 0<>4/4 25. Sheep anti lambs a common to Cholow sheep $4 37%4/5 35 yearlings $3 90fi7 common to Good Spring lambs $5 gongs a hogs�?$4 254/4 4.5. Wheat no. 2 red 85%c. Cora no. Is 4l%c. Oats no. 2, 32c. Cleveland. Hogs�?5�?Torbers, $3 90 mediums and heavies $3 95 pigs $3 70 03 80 Stag amt roughs $2 254/3 25. Sheep and lambs Good to Choice yearlings lambs $0 o04/0 25 Spring lambs $7 co 4/7 50 fair to Geed $5 504/0 50 Good it Choice wether sheep $4 754/5 . Cattle Good to Best Butcher steers $4 is 4/5 to. Fair to Good $4 504/.4 75. Calves lops $7 fair to Good $0 50f g to. Cincinnati. Wheat no. 2 red 73%c. Corn a no. S mixed 34 a. On to no. 2 mixed 28wgl 210.0, Rye no. 2, 05c. Lard�?$4 90. Bulk mats�?54 83. Bacone $5 05. Hogs�?$3 20473 90. Cattle-$3 00@5 25 sheep�?$2 754/4 75. Lambs�?$4 254/5 85. Toledo. Wheat no. 2. 70c. Corny no. 2 mixed. 34c. Oats no. 2 mixed 30c. Rye no. 00c. Clovers a $3 85. Mall service in philippine. Washington May a director posts faille at Manilla Haa Noti Leif the Post office department that he Bas established the railway Post service Between Manilla and Malolos the former filipino capital. This is the initial move in the direction building up a railway mail in the pwn Lupine. Castoria for infants and children. The kind you have always Bougie bears the signature a a. 1

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