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Eugene City Guard.
I. L. Ml III I I I . .,
KUOKNK CITY ORKGON
EVENTS (IF THE DAY
a 11 imr t I'alUctluu f ItMM from
tha Tmn llainUuhri I
Im a ' 'i i .
Tin- ron o( islmon in the lowei Co
lumbia ii Increasing.
Tim total MWibW '( plague cac re
ported at Alexandria la eight. Two
have dM anil two tecO Tared,
A Pfcrli dispatch y i-eyfu will
certainly I xi acquitted at Inn second '
trial. All liia accuser aru dead, or
have fled the country.
Secretary Alger will rontrol tha
(ranting of fiaiiohise in Potto Kiro,
subject to a nomiriul revisinnaty au- j
thorny of tint president, which will
nut i.eceasanly lie I'li'inw I.
Two core acienlist of nolo, con
stituting the Han iiniiii exploring nx
pod it ion to Alaaka. hnvu arrived in
Pur t l.trx). They will M bark from
it-MlllH on tliti steamer Kliler.
Ilaron von Munchausen' Kperbaia- I
bruder won tlm race fur tlm grand
prise ol Hamburg, valued it t 1 iKj.000
marka. Tlm ba run married Mi Net
lis Orohy, ol fTwlMJP. HM year ago. j
i'esidenl MoKinley ha Is uc. I the
long-expected a in I in 1. 1 to tlm civil
service rule which he ha ml under 1
consideration for about a year. It re
lento (KM th epoiatlooi of civil serv
ice rulra about ' ' ullloee.
An order hat been blued ut Munila
r i t-Ktubi i liiag tlm Philippine court,
wlmli liavu been closed aim's the
American Plain Baton. It revives all
tit. Spanish !yeteB not coiilliuting
witli Hi" sovereignty of tlm United
Secretary Alger liaa received a cable
Kiani f rOfli Qooeral 'll in reipOBBI
tu liia inquiry, announcing iiiat a ma
jority of I tin (lir"ii reciineul uf viilun
ln.il ai Manila have denied W retUtfl
by steamer dlrMtl to Portland. The
Washington r. i iiit-n t decided to uiiino
Ural In San Plant ItOOi
Within nnii week tlm ttates of Ne
braska. South Dakota, lor. a, Wiscm-
in, Minricaula ami Noillmin lllinuit
iiavn ax pat lanoad seven ol the moat vio-
lent aloiina known In yeaia. resulting
In tlm loss of nearly a dnaen live ami
doing ilainagu to pmprity ami crop!
that will run into the bundled of
Tin- itoamei Chine, fron I lnic Kong
ami Yokohama, via llunololu, hung
newt to sun Vrnat laao of tlm murder of
an Amencan loldlat named llemga
Ityan, Baai Malolua, III fnghlfnlly
mutilated body found on April 17.
The I ... I waa lualm.1 tu ia(t floating
In tlm r i tit. tim akuii . raaliad and both
arma huil taaa BUl nlf at tlm albowa.
Itoaa BOflbailf) the folUOUl Hiiuual
ialnlr, la I at Laiodoo, Bngland.
Tha North Atiuntic. aqiiadron will
make NtWOOlV U I., Ita lUBBai
t'nli.m aohlii'ia at llaraini u (un I on
tlm flial 'lav In tOOapl thn i ' . :. t
timin hy tba United ttutea to lurraadai
Hi. mi anna
Kiom llar.lin iili, s c. la reported
the hurning to .leatli of Jacob Solo
ninn, hia mm ami aevun i liil.limi, in
an aoaldental the whluh deatrovii.l
riirtlciilara rerflro.l i.'pii ding tha
fitiiiine in Kiia.ia OOnOm tlm ptOflotM
haiiowing Mootwta soiuu atitliorltlaj
atlaaatg that aa many go, 000,000
paaaanli are itarelng.
The rlpaiiinli lrooa have with.liann
tram Banboania altoi n imitie ariib
the laanifantt Tbl inainnent toat
waa aereri'. The Si'iiuikIi lum aa nine
killed ami g7 ffOUndad
Harry ami John Amleimni, hiotheia,
went out aallinn on Yotiiig'a hay, neat
Altorla, Or., In a imtll boat, and ".'"I
drowned by the i'amling ol the bfNkl
when tlmv were Una than b0 yarda
Howard It Kreti, n y0U0 man
atmut yeaia uf age. an art ntiident
of tbaAoadant ol Design ol n' xorkt
ndl a itartling and IDOONalul Jump
lion the Brooklyn hn.tge, mi l aunt
out ol the rlvw uninjured.
An Oakland, (Calx) miner, lu haa
nal ralttf nad flOOl Uoppai river, Alaa
ka, taya that he known ut so pmapaO'
tun in that aantloa aha are lulaalng,
li nut nlraady daad tliay mil die In an
effuit to reaoli Oviliiatmn. Mum uf
them went out In mini 1 1 part lea, with !
only ntovialoni enough tu la.t iheni a
few month. lien. ue pat I lea have l. on
iinnhle to get trace of Iben
Tha Landoa Tlaeatn an adltoilal
dealing with tha pioapeet that the rn-
mit of tba paaoa oonfatenoe nillhea
IHumanent ai lulialinn trlhunal auva:
"No goveinuient oi p.'uple have devot
ed thenmelvea with gieatvi ai.lur In the
atudy of the theory ul irbltrattHt than
the anveinuieut and hm. ul tlm
United Itataa. Tha Atimi icaiia nut
only Kieieaa gieal lawyera. hut aie a
coiuuiunlty in Wblak knowledge ol
legal prlnalplai mme RrdeOBtoad
than in any other."
Ml II Ml llfIM.
Kooaevelt'a rough rideia will hold
theii (1 rat annual leuuieu on June
lit In New Memo.
The vTaaUaghaaat Electric Oobh
puny haa raotivad an oi.lei to eyuip a
trolley line hutwreu PblUdelpiba and
The eueatilan atalue of Major-
fjaaaral John I . Barirantl in Uapttol
paik, Hun miiiug, iv a a railed
With liupionaive irieinoiiiea
At the annual meeting in t'nnin
nail of the We.lein ioolatl hu the
Nippreaaion of Vir. V. J. Hied, if
t'lm lnnatl, waa tfottad piceldetlt.
Word eoiiiei from l.on.luu that the
Joint high ooainilaaloa t. Battle db
ptitea hetween the United Slalea and ,
Canada will reauma Ita tllUniaAa
l.Tii.llioral, the country home of the
late Jay QoaM, haa Keen puichaoed l.y
Miat Halen Gould from the Qattld ea
tate. Tha Lyndhural properlv oonalata
of M aoree and the pi ice paid wat
Japan ia .aid to be pieparing for war
San VraBeleaO won three gamea from
Seattle III telegraphii: i hen .
Texaa haa ipiarant ine.l agninat New
Orleana. The Southern 1'aclllc la tied
William Daahnell and Otia TVkI.I
were killed in Ohio hy tram running
into a hand car.
Hignor Chinaglia waa elected preai-
lent of the Italian uhambei of dupu
tiea. Cunfederato dead'a grave were dtto
rated by Unioi. treteiann at ITiiliadel
phia. The queen of Spain ha appointed
Marlines Cumpo to presuluncy of the
In Lovtf Oallfomll miner are Mid
to he getting aa high aa two ounce ol
gold to the pan ol dirt.
Canada ha an eye on Skagway. if
given the allghteat eniourageinent to
hui for the comeaaion ol a irt.
('ana. liana ghtlaj they h:iili overed
a doriiment which obviate further
queation ol owneifhip to Uemluian'
The tierman nmhaador at Wah
ingtou haa protected agaiimt the Unit
ed Htatea aunding aunther warthip to
Thn .late ih parlment baa made pub
lic an official ul Mr.utof tlm rejairt ol
the Nicaragua canal OOOBllaaloa It
uatimutea tlm OOSt at l IN,1 13,'UO.
lJuka do A reus, the new Span in h
ininiatni, haa arrived, lie nay Ihi
ir.try ia ao uiweiful, tlm Philippine
inaurgent will aooii bo compelled to
The lOlh annual ae.ainn ol the
Traii-Mimalppi t'uinmerelal emigre
opened in Wichita, Kan , with 1)00
delegate In attendance, und 200 more
reHirted en route.
Oeiiurul Otia' force of regular in the
Philippine will conaiHt of 'ib regi
ment, ami he will havo mom if Im
n I them. i'roNtdont McKinley ha
declared Im ha no pieaeut Intention
of tailing out tlm pruvn.iun.il iirmy.
Hubert Cieighlnn, iu.irlermalei
clerk on the Iranaport Sheridnn, tOBJ
in i tied autcide hy .hunting lllnuell
through tho temple with a levolver
in Sun Kram l.co I In reiently armed
hero from Manila. Deapomlency
maaad by 1 1 baallh tlm luppoeed
augt ui in aot.
Kom Ibouaaiid of tho vol-.iuteer now
in the PhlllppinW are reported '.o have
aigned a petition to tin- preaideflt and
aecretaiy uf eai. piaving that they re
celve then diachaigea in Manila, In-
lead id at the place uf ellllMlueiit.
It wa eiplaimd that they lailieved
that tim Pblllpplna ielandi "offarad
are oppOl luiill lag fur induati ion ami
entei pi iHin A inei lr.uu to make for
themtelvea bumoa. "
K K. Rollina, a rauchei at Ouilcene,
Waah., wua Otnabad to death by u tree
falling on him.
Mujnr Miilcl.an l aal cl.. .ine.l with
anlhiimuKiii bf tbo Preoch on hia ur
rival ut tOQ Ion.
At Paili es-Praaldant Barrlaon de
livered tlm Memoiial day uralion ul
the lumb n I, a Vayattl
Tim Daltad Bit tec oralaar Brooklyn
wa damaged hy alrlking a hidden oh
aitmtion In New Yoik barbofa
Krank BonlBi a lunl il parent, wa
killed while he alepl hy Jil Iwo young
children, whom he had iilmoat alaived
to aalmfy hi own want.
a tramp kaeaaltad the ll-yaai-ald
laughter ol K. V Mc.pelt, ncai . m,
Or., a iha wm raturnloi from Khool.
The gni broke away and aecapad.
The winter w beat imp ul Southern
Kuaaia ha been eompletely de.lrnye l
by a piutiiu'led drought. The .pinig
wheat Crop i almi In jeopardy lioui the
Aa a loHiilt uf the leCtl made at the
Chicago ateckruid hv tho liveHlock
domaiUeloBan ami health ofBolalc, it
hu been du-cnveied that all uf enw
eiaiullied were .utTering from lubercii
Inaia. M. de lleanpre create. I a deep aen.a
tlou in the Kiench con r t uf lecltat by
uieiuuiy declaring that ho had become
convinced that the hordftciiti naa writ
ten bj Major COOOI Kerdinand WalllO
He lor in In the navy ia being talked
of In Washington. A plan fui u teor
gauiaalion of that department ia on
foot. Dewey, It i .aid, mar be placed
at the bead uf a board 10 paM on bU
reuu in ut let.
A dlipalah horn Manila mti Ihal
the men (ruin the ho.pital alnp Keliel
captured hy the iu.nigent off Tata
naqite neie the llind engineer, anolbei
oftieei ami a boat'a crew Tbev cte
.ailing in a cat boat, ami native from
the ahor el out in boat and look
Abraham ami OeoarJonttl, biotbcn,
are the fli.t Columbia river lihcriuen
n .nled diowned tin eaon. Then
boat wai ca pel and on Paaorxk apit, and
they aauk before the UtCMViB cie
could reach them. Aunther li-hing-boat
containing two men wa carried
over the tun The Point Adam Me
taling craw went out alter them, but
m.h aaabia to pica I bent up mid re
lumed. What became ol the men it
A Ifi:i(i. OF TERROR
A PENNILESS WOMAN.
Filipinos Occupy Towns De
serted by Americans.
XATIVI'.S TOBTl'BRO AID KIM.F.D
I I .. fir llif I BBtOrB f Men From
in. Relief Neva ' '
Manila, Jaaa 3. Detail regarding
the capture by the Filipino of Iwo
officer from the ho'pilal .hip liellef
have jut been obtained. The Kelief
lie In the harbor in front of tin oily.
Third Officer Fred lleppy and the a
.-.'ant engineer, Chaile Hlanford,
rigged a tail on one of the lnp' boat
and went ..tiling along the .lime mi
the .until, oiipomte the In. urgent line.
The boat I.e. Mine becalmed near the
.horn and BNM native canoe with
Filipino on bOBfd put not and nap
jured tlm two men, who were unarmed,
ami alao look o.eion of the boat.
Tba Mnriadnnek ii- kfy ai'iit a boat
with a landing parly under cover of
her gun ami .belled the .bore brlakly.
Thn native, however, ru.beil tha pria
oneia into tint wood before the Mon
adma'k'h Uiat reached the land. I'ur
.on on laiard auveral other ahip aaw
tim affair through gla.nc. but were un
able to present the capture of lleppy
Friendly native, nnlvlng from the
country aiouml San lidro and San
Miguel, report thai a reign ol terror
ha prevailed aiuce the Amur inau troop
were withdrawn from thur.ii part ol
tba ialand. Tlm In. urgent who return
nro dealing vengeance upon thole of
their countrymen who have (liowu any
frlcmUhiD toward the American dur
ing the latter' DOCOpBtiOB ol the terri
tory. The frieuilhe declare that un
offending people urn being mmdered
daily, ami that their houae are being
burned ami their property cunlUcated.
Plenty of lympalblaara with the m-
lUrraOthM raMlnad during ll.e Amorl
can' .lay, ami they have been r. puit
lug Ibata in. tame ol Iriemlliueaa
Inward our troop. The refugee, and
the Inhabitant! were hmily oppreaaed
hy the native aohlicra before Aineiican
occupation, hut their condition le
Wore now. Diiuhtleaa llieie ia much
truth in thn lepoita, though .tunes
Iron Filipino source uio alwayi mag-
The contract for di.tiibiiting govern,
aa I eed. thi yaai ha. been let hv
the atienltaral department to Chaile
Paikei, of Santa Clara, Cal.. lor tl,
t00. For the Hut time In IS ycai. U
W. Wagner, a pioiuineul citiien of Hu
eviu. 0.) i able lo apeak. In I III
he vai afflicted with illue which loll
hitu mule While holding a
New. rriim l.llninre.
vVailllngton, lone a. -The following
JitpatOh teceived by the navy depart
ment I the Bnl new o Lieutenant
Qilmore reoelved fur aei week, und
ia taken by the department as a hope
ful Indication oi ins eiiuaikMi
"Manila, lune g. BtOapBil Spaniah
priaonera repot I leeing Oilmure ami
Home aailnra well. Oiliuoie la alluwud
a huisd. "
BOTH CLAIM f HE BODY.
Train Pfreeh BJrlag Hal aimr r a
Dae I Lire.
Waterloo, la , June i Two women
are claiming the body of Kdwm J.
darker, who wa killed in the wreck
on the Huilinuton. IV.I.n Kanid &
Norlhein railroad near here Sunday
morning. Tlm lm.lv now lie in tlm
morgue here. One ol the claimant ia
Mr. Iv J. Barker, the widow of the
dead man, ami she I now 00 hei way
from Hot Spring, Aik. , to take charge
of the remain.
The Otbei claimant i Mi. Ida Shad
ville, of Niahart, Mont., who arrived
in Waleiloo last night. She declaie.l
that Darker wa to have met her in
Minneapolis Sunday, ami they were to
bare been married Munday. She
Identified the lemnlM a those of her
prospective bridegroom A special
I roll) ll.it Spring say that Mi. H.nkci
came ilmie with her husband from
Molilalia several month ago. They
were married a year ago at Hutie.
Her husband waa a man of consider
able Wealth, being Interested m cileii
e.ve. mining Interest, at Ureal Fall
and olbet points In Montana. Mr.
Darker know nothing a yet of tlm
dual nature of her husband.
FAILED TO AGREE
Dlaarwemenl it, a Peoi Ihew iu it,
The Hague. June ) Both MOllOM
ai tba dlatmanianl ooomtlttee met to-
lav ami, aa wa anticipated, tailed to
aglte With regard to the question of
new itnention in armament.
The drafting oomiatttec uf tim arid
It at lOB Committee made boBM advance
thta allernoon. The delegates submit-
tad their HbeoM, telatlng loanarbltra
Don tribunal The plan profldeetbal
each OOUntry .hall appoint a .Ingle
ailutr.iiiir, to bo (elected by the 0
piame coorti ol tba ihjnatory powete,
The tribunal .hall have a peimanenl
entral rcat, and be composed ol at
le.it three Judges, who thall mil be
nalive oe resident of countries lie
longing to the power in disaccord.
Hi., gaaaial upeaeee ihall he .bared
propoitlonattly. In the event of new
laou aililag within three mootheolB
deolalon, tha caaia tribunal ihall have
power lo try again the question in
RaOOUrM to the tribunal shall bo
optional for the lignatory Kwer.
Beglaear Arret leg r..r Palmare.
Wallace, Idaho, June i AI Hut
loo, tlm engineer who pulled the
rtoteia' train from Duike to Wardnei,
wa ai rested yesterday lor perjurv.
HallOO claimed not to know one of
the rfotora, alter being on the Wallace
Duike run for yeais
Nn. BaaaeWra "a. Traa.r.rrtd flee K
lire WesltB k Bleeraltrjr,
San PkaocilCO, Jaaa 3 Mr. Jane
L. Htanford, widow of the late lawatO
Stanloul, ha formally traiisfeire.1 all
of her vast wallh lo the university
which hear the name of her dead ami.
Deed representing properly valued at
over IIO.uuo.iiiK) have been given in
trutl to the trustee of the Iceland
Blanlofd. Jr., univeiaitr, ami thia,
added to it previuu endowment of
over l6,0bl, nun, make it one of the
rtoheat inititutiuii uf learning in the
The pro petty ineladei tocka of the
Southern Pai i tio t!ompany, of the
Siuthern Pa itlc Improvenient Canu
pany, the Market-Street liiiilway Com
pany; atock in Eaelarn railroads, in
coal mines, in everything that might
or might not pay a dividend; real
.ette in California ami elsewhere,
and even her jwcl. It wa believed
her jewel aim.uiit-1 in value to nearly
M000,000, but thll I" denied. Hmy
will amount to a giN'dly sum, but not
to that figure There w-i h,hoo in
war revenue tax stamp attached to
the deeda of truat.
In turning over her property, Mr.
Stanford read an ad. Ires to the trus
tee, aoggeating plan for the future
and adviiing a to the present. Hhe
aked that them ahould bo established
course in mechanical training. Here
after the only control she will eiercise
over her former vuat estate will he, that
of a truateu of the university.
MARCHAND AROUSES FRANCE.
lie l 1 1 . 1. aalms tlm QOVCVB-
tionl for llm KvaruatliHi tit Ka.liotli..
ObiMgO, June I. A special cable to . jlHge figure
the Chicago Tritiuiie fiom 1'uri eay: thiuk twice
Major M neliand a apeech at luuluu
bag (alien like a bomb. Marchand's
previuu attitude and hi frequent re
prole "latum of loyalty lo tlm govern
ment gave no indication of hi inten
lion I" laih tlm govenimeut fur the
unlliui id k'u.luJa Tli .........I, 1
ia regarded aa seditious.
Here is the incriminating phrase,
spoken in reference to the evacuation
of Fa.luala: "Seeing what a statu of
division out country ia in, over an
affair of whnhl need not speak, we
Otnaptaband that France could nut
make the supreme effort. We felt
that our country could not uiake a
proud, Oetgeiic reply. Ten centuries
of hialory have taught her that p?ace
waa the instant question. Happily,
peace was inaintaluetd, but I believe I
.an sav that uf that aurt uf peace there
had better not bo too in ne 1 1 in Fiuuce
In the same century. "
Aa a result of Macrhaml'a apeech, a
gioupofiitv couiicuiimeii tilay asked
that plans foi the grand reception tu
MaiOhaud at the Hotel do Villa be
countermanded. The piefcot ol H)licu
has forbidden any one inside the sta
in. n tu meet ll.e hero save gnveinmeiit
001 tail, who must be provided with
TRADE WITH ORIENT
John Barrett Talks of Possi
bilities in Asia.
MVMU 01 1 BTEP TO CHINA
ad.lis.t riallvrrrd ller.,ra Iha Nee
tuik Ofanmaer ml Cemeieree
l a. III.' I i.u.l Inter!.
REDELS NOT QUIET.
Open t i Be ee Oaetpelga at -...
Manila, June 3. The insurgents
irOOnd Ban Feruamlo this Ulurmng at
lacked the ootpoeta of the Fifty-tir.t
loWB infantry, slightly wounding two
Colonel Fieneh took tim remainder
of the Twent y second in fan t rv to QaU
daha yesterday, the insiirgcnle having
appeared iu (nice theie.
tieineal Lawtun ba Ih'imi kIvcii
ooniniand of the dofenaaiof the city,
and the troop forming line around
Manila, which will be hia division.
MaaArthar aonaandi the unliving
garrison and the tr.mp holding tho
ralllOad ami riven.
fillet Hardarer PaaUhedi
vVaahlngtOn, June ;t. The war de-
partnanl received the following lodayi
"Manila, June Jl Suittli reports
from Negios tluit he haa punished the
Inauigeati who tuoidered Captain
''lev; that the eastern cnat of the
I land ia now under the Aineiican flag.
Bad tho inhabitant ask protection
again! rubber band. The hand pur
sued into the BMUBtaini were severely
Tlm follow ing is also from Otis:
Missing, Apni 18 Captain Bocka.
feller, oompany II, Ninth infantry.
Wounded Thn. I infantiy, Sergeant
Hell Kiege1; F.uirteeiith infantiy,
1'nvate Caster; Kift tiist loWB, Fli
vatc Stuvenson and Stretch, Coiporal
faty liu i urn A ire teg.
I'aria, June B. Lieutenant-Colonel
I'aty du Clam, seriouslv implicated by
tlm recent proceedings before the court
of cassation, and ll e probable instigator
Of some of the forgeries that have fig
ured in tho DreyfUl affair, was placed
under ariest at 7:10 last evening, and
taken to tho Chcrchc-.Midi military
The court of OafaaUOB at noon yes
terday resumed bearing argument in
th Dreyfus cae.
iwej Teh la Life Kaay,
Hong Kong, June 8. Admiral
DewCy lives quietly at the Viotoril
Paah hotel, and decline nil society
overture. He lakes short walks, gen
eiallv alone, and ia recupeiatiiig rapid
ly. He inalltl tiiHin giving tlie crew ol
the Olympic a good time on the Medit
erranean, reaching New York abuul
child on hit lap lecentU he wa n- icd
with a sudden detue to speak lo her,
and to bit MtptlBf wa able to do to.
Dr William Sewaid Webli haa pre-
anted war meilal to eviy member of
the Vermont regiment ol volunteer
ajaipaaed of metal taken from Admira, :
Cervera' ttagtbip. the Marl Teieta
Hear Admiral Wntaou, who euccec Is
Pewey in the Philippine, wa a lieu
tenant ou PaiiaguC (lagahip at the
bat tbl of Mobile bay ind emitted in 1
lathing the adiuiial to the rigging of
the Hartford before he went to do or
Furlhei attempt lo float the Ameil
can liner Pari bave tweu abandoned
uulll the neit apilpg tide.
FOad lu Lao, Wi., June 3. Wil.
little liam Skinner and Arthur Pratt, young
Dueineea men or tin city, were
drowned in Lake Winnebago latl night
by the capsinng ol a boat.
Mtmuiurtil I Tains
New York. June i After 0 yeaia.
the Thomat Paine moiunuer.t in New
RoahOlb ha been tliiihe.l by the
ciowning of the theft, which was erect
ed to is.t'.i. with a colossal butt of the
freethinker. About 800 admireie of
the writings of Paine m.i le the trip to
the monument yesterday and partici
paled in the exercise. It bad been
expected that Kohert ll. lngeraoll
would apeak, bnl ho did not appear.
The placing of the butt wat under the
auapic of the Liberal Club of Man
hattan and the lltooklyn Plnloeophical
The Haiti- lo III lire, .kirn.
Washington, June 8. The navy de
partment hai been in'ormed that it
will cost tvooo ami require 30 day to
repan the li juilee utainel by the
Brooklyn in touching bottom In New
Y'ork harboi on Decoration day.
Seattle, June 8. The Poet-Intel li
gencer ta that negotiation lor the
formation of the Pacific Coast cracker
trust are , tt Tlm syndicate hack ol
the deal has not made the final pay-uieiit.
T Tak l ' i . , r . Hem.
New York, June 8. A diatch to
the Journal and Advertiser from St
Pierre, Martintqaa, y: It i ttatetl
n the best authority that the (learner
La Faetie, which hat just ariive.1
here today, bring offleere and men
who will take Captain Dreyfn home
from hit prison on the Isle du Dtahle,
off French Uuiana. to a new trial in
It i said that no difficult ia the art
of cutting glovea that tnoet of tha prin
oi pal cutter are known in the trade
bj name and by lame.
New Vork, June 8. The tegular
monthly meeting of tho chamber of
omuieice was held thi afternoon, and
ihe feature was tlm address nJ John
liarrett, ex-miliitter to Siam, on
"America's Interests in Fat Fast."
Mr. Bar tell nld in part:
"If ihe Philippine, with their impu
tation of ), 000,000 ami area of 1 IS. HOC
square mile, are un inviting field,
China, w ith her population of Hall, 000,
mm. and area of OfOf 4, nun, 000 square
mile, is fat mure to. While we wish
to gain a large sham of the foreign
tradti of tlm Pbllippil which uow
amount to nim. a year, and
should reach, under Americin control,
f 100,000.000, we must have great am
bition to secuie tlm major part ol
China' commerce, which ie now f2S0,
000.000 gold, and should soon in
crease, with 'open dour' and fteedoiii ol
trade, to 3.VJ,000,000.
"Add to this rant th trade of China
proper, which i separated from Hong
Kong, ami that of the other Asiatic
countries, and wo have an actual total
ul nearly 1,000.000,0011. Are not
which should make us
befme shirking our re-
BOniibllity! Shall we, ill the face ol
them, retreat and leave the prize to
others, or shall we advance uud win
our reasonable share?
"America ia today the arbiter of
China's future. The Pacific coast haa
vast Interests ut slake in the develop
ment of commerce and trade in the Pu
data and the Far East. Under such de
velopment deien.l largely the future
prospect of alfornia, Oicgon und
Wusliiliglull, three powerful giuut of
talehoisl, whose wonderful growth and
splendid posibililie must appeal to
yon all. These states ask tho Fast not
to ba BtCtiOOal in this question of meet
ing our raaponaibilitiei iu the PaciAo,
They beg that New Fngland and New
Vor k will recognize that aa Huston anc
New York city have built an enOIBMM
trade on the Atlantic, San Francisco,
I'uitlaud and l'uget sound cities wish
to rival them on the Pacific. San
Francisco would say tu Huston, iu tlie
latter' agitation of anti-expansion
ideas: 'Kemeiuber, you uro working
directly against the interests of the Pa
alio coast tiy such agitation.'
"To you business men of New Y'oik
I say that the business men of the Pa
cific stupe are lunking fur your hearty
and effective supirt in tlm develop
ment of commerce and trade in the Pa
cific, ami in tlie holding of the isisses-
ion we have legitimately gotten hold
of, believing that you appreciate that
the prosperity of the entire OOOnlty is
to he considered, when It am ing vour
poller, and not that of the Fast alune.
"Yuu of tlm East, yon o( New York,
Boat on i Baltimore, Philadelphia ami
New Orleans w ill have Cuba and Potto
Ikico all tu yourselves; we of San Fian
Cisco, Lo Angi-lea, San Ihego, I'uit
laud, Tacoma ami Seattle, contend
that you should at least approve of our
having some interests ami opportuni
ties in Ihe Philippine, and in China,
for we recognise that all may ho lost if
you do nut join us in our effort! to ad
vance ami protect our Internet! in the
"Briefly nmaarleed, our pollot in
China ihookl be directed, first, to tho
preservatinn of the integrity of the em
pire, with no further alienation of
tomboy; second, freedom of tiade
IbroOghnl all China, commonly called
the 'open doOl,' Bl outlined in the old
treaties; or, third, iu the unavoidable
delimitation Ol 'sphere of influence,'
such delimitation as will not close the
glowing markets to the pioducta of the
United State. We should stand foi
tho integrity ut China, boeutiao we
have much to lose and nothing to gain
hv It breaking up. If we retain tho
Philippine we shall lie strong tu the
south, but we must have, under the
conditions of China divided, n pott iu
Ihe north, If we would properly main
tain our puaition In tha Pacific and Far
TRAVEL PAY SCHEDULE.
i:n. Oils la laetreetet at lo Amounts
Men In. ll I il Herri r.
Washingtnti, June 3. Secretary Al
ger hu caused the quartertuastci -general
to make a careful compilation of
mileage the Philippine voluntoere
from each atato would be entitled to,
ihotild they be mustered out at San
Fianciaco. This information was em
bodied in a message which was cabled
10 Qanaral Otis. Travel pay, exclusive
uf two months' extra pay which each
shall receive Um mutter-out, ap
pioxiinates for Western state a fol
lows: Oregon, Hi to $81; Washington, t:g
to 6t; Idaho, 6I to 8I; Montana,
I&8 to 84; Wyoming, ."ia to
Each legtmeat ia to determine by
vote whether they shall mOOtO) out in
-an 11 aacllBO Ol in the home atate.
Mr. Maylirl.-k'. Ir.r.l,,,,,.
London, June 3 The Daily Chron
A'le announces that Mis. Florence May
brlck i likely to ba liberated shortly,
ia the ieult ol the pressute hiought to
eat hy Joseph H. Cbuate. United
Mates ambassador, in HTOr of rOOpotV
ing the case.
Chicago, June 3. The Lincoln Park
beard haa deoided to erect agioo.ooo
mnnument to Admiral Dewey, tlie
iniount to DO niised hy subtcriptlon.
Bleeartelty on Warships.
Waahlngtaa, June 3. The board ol
'aval BO reel chief ha dinided to
atjaip the six new cruiser to lie built
ith lull electrical plants fcr all uf Ihe
eaantj machinery, including the
'inches and boat windlasses. The
Battel haa been undei consideration
.'nr many months, involving a It did
he abandonment of pieeent ideas a to
be extent to which electricity may be
afoly and utelully employed aSMid
GAiETY AT MANILA-
In Greenland potatoea
lataer than a maible.
r.srhln th Plllprae ' aortal fm-liiiiit-Comtnltilsnort
kia.lla .Inr.a R.--The Philippine
commission lust night gave one of the
moat brilliant ball Manila lias ever
seen. Il was one of a aeries of enter
tainment intended to fostor friendship
betweon tho American und natives.
The cominiion ha tho handsomest
lesidence in Manila, ovei look ing the
haibor. The ground! surrounding i',
were illuminated, while tho boHM
itself wa decorated with the American
Tba newly-aiointcil judge. Oen
?ral Ol', a number of other American
ifflctala and many wealthy natives
There wa a display of gorgeous na
tive toileta, und many jewels wero
worn, ami thn array of handaome
women surprised the Americana.
Theie was a long programme of Ainer'-
can and Filipino dances, followed hy
the rendering of several iintrumentui
selections, ending with "The Star
Qeneral Smith haa punished the In
nrgent! at Recalante, island of Ne
gro, for the murder of Captain Tilley,
of the signal corps, who wa fired upon
by the native! under a flag of truce and
cut off from rejoining hia companions
on board the cable ship from which he
had landed. General Smith burned
tho town and killed a number of mem
bets of the bund of insuigenta whom
Im found in the neighborhood.
Three niembera of tho South Dakota
legiment weto Wounded ut San Fer
nando in the encounter between in-
urgent and American outpost.
SAM T. JACK'S REQUEST.
Well-known ft e tM ami Manager "Ill
Ilia Win hi. Brekker,
New Yoik, June 5. Sntn T. Jack
willed his wife to hi brother Jame C.
Jack. Thu lust testatiuent of the actor
and theatrical uiBtiiigner, proprietor ol
several theater, "Creole" and othet
burlesque companies, who died April
27, has been filed for probate in the
office of the surrogate. It contain! thil
"It ia my wish first ai d foremost
that my brother James and my wife
Kmtna shall become husband and wife."
Mr. lack, the "Euiina" ol the will,
was Misa Emmu Ward, tho favorite
ucteress in the Lily Clay burlesque
company, which was playing at
Niblo' in 1893 when Sam T. Jack
married her. James C. Jack was asked
if he would accept the bequest of his
brother, but he would uiuku no state
ment. The estate is valued at 175,000, of
which gtiO.OUO is said t? bo in banks
in this city and Chicago. The testator
left oue-third of his property to his
wife F.mma, one-third to his brother
James C. Jack and divided tho re
mainder among othei utives.
HEAD OF THE NAVY.
Deuej Will Have (Inly a Life Title III
III Hon. ol Knlrelll.
New York, Juno 5. In order that
it may he clearly iimleistood whether
it was Adiuirul Upshur's intention,
when he suggested a gift of a residence
in Washington . to Admiral Dewey,
that the properly' purchased should be
come his personal propel ty and puss to
his heirs, or whether it was his inten
tion that it should remain the per
manent home of the ranking officer of
the navy, to ho occupied by Admiral
Dewey n long as ho remained at the
head of the navv, and thereafter to
pas to his successors us time goes on,
the department of history of the Unit
ed States Wiot! to A itim.il Upshur,
asking for his idea on tho mutter un
der date of May 'i'J.
The admiral replied us follows
"Yuur inference that it is my prefer
ence that a home be purchased by the
re! will Offering! ol Americans for tho
admiral of the navy, should he occu
pied by Admiral Dewey as long as he
remains ut the head of tho navy mid
then to pass to his successors is en
Tlie fence t'onferenre.
The Hague, Juno 6. The special
commission to which unofficial projects
have been referred has decided unani
mously to discard all projects not com
ing directly within tho precise uiui of
The third commission has finished
its wotk treating on good offices and
mediation. It has welded the various
project! into one, which will be sub
mitted for discussion Tuesday. When
the discussion is concluded, the com
mission will diaft a scheme based ot
the various projects submitted.
Baltimore hlpbelldera' strik.
Baltimore, Juno 8. Seven hundred
union men employed as shipbuilders
and boilermakeri In the various ship
building plants of the city, attuck to
day, and us a consequence, tho ship
building indttstiy i practically at H
standstill. Tlie strike rwulted from
tho refusal of the employers to reduce
the working hours from' 10 to nino per
day without a reduction in pay.
wiaBaiu iu Paget leant,
Ban Fialtieoo, June 5. The battle
ship Iowa is now taking on coal, pre
paratory, it is presumed, to going to
the Hiemerton naval station on Pnget
sound, where she will be placed in the
drydock. Steel bilge keels are to he
titled to her hull to prevent rolling in
An A 11. mu it Jadge In Jail.
Baa Francisco, June 5. Judge Fran
cis Oorbla Randolph, formerly an Ala
bama jurist, is now serving a U-year
sentence in a Colombian jail. e
bought lauds from a Herman The
title proved to be bad. and during a
quarrel he shot the German in self
defense, he alleges. 1 a lettei to a
Mead it. tin. city he bitterly assail,
he American consul! officer, in Co.
loinbi.. whom he declares have not ex
erted them selves in hi behalf.
Permit, ror Minora.
Wallace. Idaho. June 8.-Iern.its
or umlergtouud work are being iesued
free v. nearly 800 having baaa taken
to date, Nearly all a,e leasee at
"ardner, a men coming from outside
atop theie, and come to Canoyn Creek
'u I Mullan latei. None of the old
union aie miming, and the union
miner decline to ask foi permit!.
London. June 5.-The British
' Banffehire. fiom Wellington
N Z., March J8. 1 burning fiercely in
Victoirajdock he,., of,.
Bandits Rob the u
cific Through Tr'
Hlw Open th sr ,V)(
-uu are sini.i ,
Denver. Juno b.a ltmi
Tlmee from Cheyenne, Z l
4 o'clock this niomirm n.
oiflo mail ami Rsnr.. , .V""!
held un I i mil... ,.' 1.1
- " - n i, ;
v miles lr Vl'u. ''
i . . . ' u.'iii .
in tin stiiio, try six inaHtieil lj
denllv nrnfeanl c. IIJa. i
.... . v. press carasj.
awuv nil lis uu, - .im
not touched. ' . "''11
tbi.1 f, . "l.of 'Ul
.t... 111 ol... L
The mail and en,r,.
first ho. I Ion of K- , ... . """ !l
,, ' overii,,,, j '
I fm niiirti 1 um.i t i. "at
, inllna, , . -
minutes be bin, A i.- i 71
, ,,,,,, .
(mm the scon.. ,,( . . . '
,, ,,,,;,., -
l. nruru.,1 ,1... . ' a
w ,... I tl,,,,!,,,
iuK up juiiiig nperatioiis. L k-yj
front of the train ... . el
trainman were all cover, i
and the robbers took their tiaa.'
vuiuo oi me plunder is UIlkl
is ropieseiited as liglit.
Tho sheriffs of Alhm,. ..j.
... J "ii'ltia
countics.wtth posses ami l'riiT
marshals, aie after tl... t,....:.
are supposed to bo ineiubeitof , i J
tirb.ua "llolo 1 .. ... " '"'I
which tiaa terrorized the
Later advices say that utUtaJ
reaenea tne binigc. on (,f
,..,., engineer iatje1
pull across tlie bridge and .i u.
l.ll. .i. ....... 7 I a
i. on... no- uuieis of the gain; vru
wurK in tne exuress .-.r r I
engine pulled off the bridge tbeteartjl
a iromenuous expiusmn that tcattagl
the expiess car for a hnn,l. t.l
,. . . - -- "-" 'i a.
every niiectioti. The end of the na-l
nr was uiohii in. and several sri.
I. ..... .1..1 ..... ..I .U. 1..:.
i.iuv.m. u..i "i viiu uri.we e,...
Jones wua Injured l.y ihe ttyi,lB ,le
ltolil)rt Yliule it III.. RH
Salt Lake, June 5. A special m.i.
irtiiunu irom itawniis, win ,
... ..... , , -v
1 Ho Union fitcinc runners f,
obtained $:i(l.000 in money uilt,g
worth of diamonds, and alamnL
of money in bills waa ilcstruyelViat
I ul. in I'aellle Oilers Itsxirt.
Omaha, Juno 6. Tlie Union Pk
Comiianv offers u reward ol tl.uea I
head foi the robbers who ht!U?J
train in Wyoming this morning.
CEDED TO GERMANY.
!pain (lives l' Her lleinlnlii Inail
Madrid, Jiinu B. In a ejieech fneJJ
the throne nt tho curies t.slav, itajl
iintiotinced that tho MariaoBt,Qm
line and Pelew islands were cedtiil
Germany by tba late cabinet.
('liitrgeil Willi Forgery.
I'aiis, Juno 6. The arreet vniea I
evening of Liouteiiaiit-Cnlouel Fittl
Clam, who in 1 s n 1 was called
vestiguto tho charge against
was ordered after thu miitteter of
had consulted with Premier Dim
Thn prisoner is charge 1 wilb forpfl
It is not yet known whelhei hetik)
tried before u oourt-murtiul oria
Tho Petit de Kopubliipic has I naa
that Lietitcnnnt-Coloncl I'aty do Car,
who was arrested and sent to CbeBll
Midi prison last night, uttompteJ 0 1
commit suicide in prison. Several pel
pers announce that proc li'ius will k I
taken against Mercier, ci-tiiiniiUr ai
war, und other ufiicets.
NO CALL FOR TROOPS
t'aliint Ilwrlilr Slur Voliintrrn In
Washington, June J. The ca biaaf
at its last meeting today decided liaa
was no present necessity lot tlie
incut of more volunteers, lotaor
tion was gone over very full; M'
this conclusion was lescliel. w
piWlidant stands ready to aullioriniM
enlistment of volunteers, should nw
men be deemed necessary.
A letter received from Genet
Wood, govemoi of Santiago protinc
was read at tho meeting, which a
considered eminently salisf actor.r
(leneral Wood has completed a "u"'
the province, and has found thin."'"
TREASURE BOX GONE.
Five Thousand 8ovreln llelaa tm
San Francisco, June B. There W
great excitement on board the tteB
Alameda, upon liei arrival (rota AW
tralia today, when it was 't''0"
that a box containing 8,000 ""
was missing. Seven hundred and 0
thousand dollars in gold had been
nilhei from Sydney. The monCJ
ihipped in 30 steel boxes, each coat
ing las.OOO in British gold.
these boxes waa abstracted from
steamer's troBiure-room duiinl
voyage. The theft is ihrouded i"1"
t.ouk Very "Trul "
Waahington, June 2. Bids were
have been opened by the n V.V ' ""I"'
eat Khluy for armoi for tlie '
ships, monitors and armored ''"jJIJ
now authotized hy law, but jj! ''
were received within the price tiie' '
congress. Tho Carnegie Steel t-
i t..u'.i.. i, on tear
p.iiiT .iii-i ins KtaUl euro.
pany siibmittel statement thai
were unable to furnish artimr ol J"!
character reiiuired at the pfiW"
Nlmrp K i nil u nl"
is ;i A rbaa
.-u . inucisi u. iiiiw "
earthquake shock was felt Ihrooaew"
Northern and Central Canw'"
11:19 o'clock tonight. The vibran
in this city continued for four
and were from north to south
serious damage ia reported, but t
waie and windows were broken
plastering cracked in various Pir"
The iteamer Kin.hiu Maru bJ
newa from the Orient of a hirfe Km.
w . j.nnn. Six hiiinlre.1 nee-
and 11 ahrinea and temple er'
ttroyed. A numbet o' lie aW 101