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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, "1895.
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TKOUBLE TO (ME.
Manaloha Must Have Catholic
WILL RESIST TO TUB HITTER EM).
An Open Conflict Will Come Ilelwern
the Provincial mid Dominion (or
e rnmciilK Over the flatter.
Wiknii'km, March 24 Prpmierfirecn'
way and all Iiih minidter dcflRntly de
ploring the attempt to aiHaDHinate Li
The emperor and imperial tninixterR
have publicly deplored the act of the
would be aKxaHtin of Chant, and Ray he
miiKt be punihlied.
The bullet haa not yet been extracted
from LI Ilunx Cliurin's face, but hia con
dition Is favorable. He liar) no fever and
is euiruring bul little pain. Hia aHsail
ant, who ia described as a political
bravo, rushed from the crowd when the
viceroy's palanquin was passing and
fired at the Chinese statesman. The
'orces at Munsanillo, reports that yester
day troops, under Colonel Araoz, attack
ed and dixpersed rebel bands at Cnragti
ana and Cayo Camanche. The bandit
were 500 strong, and were commanded
by Guerra Guardia Keitor. Fifteen
rebels were killed and many other
wounded. The government forces lost
one officer killed and two privates!
wounded. The rebels left behind a largo
quantity of ammunition and small arms.
The same government troope also dis
persed party of rebels at San Kamon
March 23, being one officer killed and
clared they will renist to the bitter end I I'M caused the greatest indignation here.
bullet enterd his left cheek. The affair three priva'es wounded. A report from
the restoration of Catholic schools. The
excitement Is becoming Intense. In
the churches today the preachers con
fined their remarks to the impending
struggle, the protentant preachers urging
prok'Mints to stand firm against the
remedial order issued by the governor
general of Canada last week, the Catli-
olic clergy appealing to their flocks to
I never give up the fight. The Orangemen
J of course are taking a hand,
j Major Stewart Mulvey, grand mafcter
of the Orangemen, said in an interview:
"It cost Canada 18,000,000 to subdue the
half breeds on the banks of the Saskat
chewan in 18-vT) How many millions
' will it take to make slaves of the people '
Londoh, March 25. The Times has
this dispatch from Kobe: Li Hung
Chang is making' good progress toward
recovery from the effect of the bullet
wound in his face inflicted yesterday by
Mayama Kokunosuki. The wound has
developed no dangerous symptoma. The
would be assassin is reported to be a
lunatic. He has a criminal record and
has served a term of imprisonment.
Yokohama March 25. Surgeons Sato
and Ishmuro are attending Li tlHng
Chang by imperial command. Li Hung
Chang objects to the extraction of the
bullet, which lies a centimeter under his
left eye. The wound is three centimeters
deep. The express of Japan has sent
ofMsnatoba by subjecting them to the j two nur(M!i to a(t(!n(1 hirD Letters and
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Catholic hierarchy?" A few who fore
see the consequence are urging modera
tion, hut the spirit of faction is so fierce
that their counsels are unheeded.
The Manatoba legislature is awaiting
the receipt of that order, w bich is ex-
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All work executed in tho lent manner pofsihle.
teed on all orders.
telegrams expressing regret and sym
pathy are pouring in from all directions.
London, March 25. A Tokio dispatch
j says the sergeon attending Chang has
telegraphed the emperor that the wound
i is in good conditton, and there is no
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v iti.out doubt Die legislature will ref.ife , Chang's assailant is believed to be in
to obey It by an overwhelming majority. ! 8ane
Then will come an open conflict between
the provincial and dominion imvcm-
ments. It swnia now that if nn at'emnt ; 0K0HAMA, March
is made to enforce the iroirernor general's i di"P':h says that Chang will rvfuse to
order a revolution will be inevitable. i cede 'erritory to Japan, but will offer
j greatly increased sum ot money as an
indemnity instead. It is believed, the
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WILL BKFI BK TO RE-KSTAHLIHII THE CATH
OLIC SCHOOLS, AS OHDEKBD.
M'issipeo, March 5. The remedial
order of the Kovernor-general in council,
calling upon the governments Manitoba
to restore to the Roman Catholics their
parochial or separate schools, reached
this city this morning. It was addressed I
to the lieutenant-governor, and by him
transmitU'd t the legislature, which was
sitting in readiness to receive it.
The legislative chamber was crowded
when the important document was do
livered. It was voluminous, and re
viewed all the evidence taken before the
privy council of England, which body de
clared that the Catholics of Manitoba had
a grievance and that the governor-general
in council had power and authority to
grant redress by a remedial order. The
tenor of the language of the order would
leave no opening for a compromise. It
is a command to Manitoba to submit
plainly, and if the legislature dees not
obey, the governor-general, or more ac
rnratelv speaking, the Dominion govern
ment, will enforce its authority.
'o definite action was taken tonight.
After the order hud been read it was laid
on the (able for future consideration.
That the order will be rejected may be !
taken for certain. Of the 40 members of
the legislature only four or five will vote
against its rejection, these four or five be
ing Catholics, representing purely Catho
It was announced today that the Do
minion cabinet which passed the remedial i
order had appointed one of its own mem
hers, J. C. Patterson, minister of militia,
to take the place of John Scliultz, gov
ernor of Munitolm The object of this
change is believed bv the Manitoba gov
eminent to be that the dominion author
ities want a man as governor more pliable
to their wishes and who will unhesitat
ingly carry out their mandate. Manitoba
always contended that its governor should
be a Manitoba citizen. This unlocked
for action only added fuel to the flames.
dispatch says, that peace negotiations
will not prove successful, there evidently
being some secret force behind China.
Washington, March 25. Diplomats
here are enclined to believe that the en
tire peace negotiations may be broken
off by the assault on viceroy Li, by af
fording a pretext for European interven
tion. Li himself will prevent such a
failure, however, if it be possible. Of
ficials here regard it as settled that Russia
and Japan have reached an understand
ing by which the former will extend her
teritory south from Vladivoetock, so as
to have a harbor open all the year
round. This has been an acquisition
Russia has long sought, as it gives an
eastern outlet to the great Siberian rail
I Holguin says that the insurgents, under
Masso Miro Manana,are approaching the
I nlace. The forcn is 300 atrnnir and wU
FE POUTED ISSCROENl VICTORY.
Tajii'a, Fla , March 25. Letters re
ceived by steamer I ant night state that
Insurgent bandi are aciive in the vicinity
of Santa Svirite. The government ramor
that Guillernio is dead is untrue.
Quintin Bandert, with 150 insurgents,
met 300 Spaninh troops between Tiariba
and El Cobra, killing 25 .Spaniards at the
first volley. The Spaniards fled in dis
may, the insurgents continuing their
Letters estimate that in two months
there will be 2500 insurgents fighting.
The Spanixh warship Alfonso XIII haa
arrived at Havana with 15 X) men. The
tioops were received with great enthus
Baperiori Madt Equals.
New York, March 25. Hamilton Wil
cox, the well-known woman suffragist,
has received a cable dispatch from the
agent-general of South Austrulia, at Lon
don, announcing that Queen Victoria has
given her consent to the bill passed by
the parliament of South Australia, reliev
ing women entirely from disfranchise
ment and securing I hem the same suf
frage and on the same terms with their
brothers, and that this bill is now a law .
This act, Mr. Wilcox Btates, commits to
full woman suffrage the government of a
territory much larger than the United
States from the Atlantic coast to the
Mississippi nver and from the Canada
frontier to the Horida keys.
Cheered the Bull.
Dorasgo, Mex., March 25. The lead
ing event of (he bull righting now in
progress here, was the killing of Timotes
Rodreguex, one of the best known mata
dorts of Mexico, in the arena by a fero
cious bull. The animal got the mata
dore down and gored him to death be
fore the banderilleros could come to his
assistance. The larire crowd of specta
tors cheered the bull .
Hii Many Dliordera Hay Make It Serious-Eu
ropean rowers May Interfere.
Washington, March 25. Information
coming to the Cninese legation is to the
effect that Li Hung Chang's wound is
not dangerous, except as complications
may develop. It is in the fleshy part of
the face, but fortunately no part of the
skull has been fractured or any vital
organs touched. Prince Li's advanced
age and several constitutional disordors
which make him almost an invalid, may
aggrivate an otherwise harmless wound.
On his arrival at Simonosaki, he was
to sick to leave the ship which brought
him. He had to be carried about, this
being a necessity in his case as well as
an honor due his rank. The Japanese
legation say the offender will be charged
with treason, as the assault is not only
against the person of Li Hung Chang,
but agaiiibt the Chinese government,
It is probable also that the trial will be
by court-martial, and conviction by court
martial would mean that the offender
would be shot.
London, March 25 A dispatch to the
Westminister Gazette says the Japanese
parliament has passed a. resolution de-
Armi For Iniurgenti.
Key West, March 23. An official of
the Cuban government who has arrived
here, says exact and detailed information
is in the hands of Spanish officials as to
places throughout the United States
where arms and ammunition are being
collected and shipped to Cuban insur
gents. The important rendezvous are
statod to be Philadelphia, Perth Amboy,
K. J., Savannah, Fernandia and other
points south, concerning which infor
mation Is being laid before the Spanish
minister at Washington, which is likely
to form the basis for a request for the
issuance of orders by the attorney-general
to district attorneys to apprehend
parties alleged to be engaged in the sys
tematic forwarding of revolutionary sup
plies, Tmpa, March 24. The steamship Oli
vette, which arrived from Havana today,
brings the latest advices concerning the
Cuban insurrection, which, from ac
counts given, is growing every day.
Henry Brooks hnB 600 rebels at Guanta-
namo. It is intended that the town of
Puerto Principe intended to rise.
On March 15 the rebels under Pallicio
attacked 450 Spanish troops at Elcobre,
and defeated them with great loss. Guil
Iermon has a band of neatly 100 insur
gents at Christo, and 6,000 men and arms
On March 16, Guerra, with 500 insur
gent cavalry, ransacked the village of
Champuagla and captured the Spanish
garrison of 50 soldiers Stone towers
have been erected in many towns to
protect property. A force of rebels
nearly exterminated 200 Spanish soldiers
under Colonel Santocilda at Manzillo,
Key West, Fla., March 25. A pas
senger from Havana, just arrived, says
that only by prompt action Captain-General
Callejo averted an uprising in Hav
ana. After the imprisonment of Gomez,
the negro leader, his sympathizers
worked up a scheme to attack the palace
Friday night. The government learned
of the plot, the guards were quadrupled
and 100 Boldiers were stationed inside
the palace. The city patrol was also
heavily increased. The negroes learning
of these precautions gave up the scheme.
Fifteen Bebeli Killed.
IIavasa, March 25. Colonel Santos-
cildes, who commands the government
Satiooal Bimetallic Leagns.
London, March 26.-4 A. M. A dis
patch from Paris savs that the National
Bimetallic League held its first meeting
on Monday. The league has 3000 mem
bers already. ' M. Loubet is president,
and the vice presidents include M. Mag
nin, governor of the bank of France ;
Mm. de Normandee, Gernuschi and M.
Meline, Senator Berenger and M. Gui
chard. president of the Suez canal com
pany. Army Officer! to Retire.
Washington, March 24. With the
close of official working hours on Wed
nesday Brigadier-General Smith, who
has been serving as paymaster-general,
goes upon the retired list. He is the
first of the four officers holding high rank,
in the army to be retired this year, on
account of age or length of service . The
others in rotation are Major-General Mc
Cook, Brigadier-General Thomas X.
Casey, at present serving as chief of en
gineers, and General Schofield. The last
named goes into private life the last day
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