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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1902
ITillTlAl K Al A DM IT. "Emancipation will not be the work
Vis uncivil ivJ nLfinilllllU of one eta. party or doctrine. W.
shall Illumine all side of Russian life
the 'intelligence' especially of the
AFFAIRS MI CH 11STIKKK1 youthi iwo!' ton of h
r .organ cu mo iwai aru-BUvrmnwin
AT 1-APh IIAYTIKX. Und of the pit and the struggle for
religious liberty. We Khali criticise
the acts of the government thus nop-
ConiiiiHnlcrSrtltoaWIUIT,tt'il,erarm,n,f th p,VS8 ,n
thfi Rights of Foreigner
;. ss.-.-.-,.. .
Washington. MThe fol
lowing cablegram was received fit' V
navy department from Commander
MrRea, of the Mathias, which srrlved I
at Cane Haytlen yesterday:
."We shall show that economic Im
provement can come only through par
ticipation of the people In the govern
ment by electoral representation and
shall expose the exploitation of the
peasantry by high protective duties
and excessive taxation.
VTe saiall not be moderate Let
emancipation be openly proclaimed by
the common action of revolutionist
and moderate. " The oppressors of the
"Affair are very much disturbed at people cannot meet such a challenge
Cape Haytien. ITnorganl-! mob In -squarely given."
This Journal will be ctr'itated in
;Ttiift4 hr AAAlcvl tatter nc4? It r,
Will give protection ..n board. Will LRl)9 tne'fsmous -KolA' BHI ,
iliernen. wmcn was ia orvi'i or "twin
prevent bombardment without due no
citation during the earl years of ih
The state deoartm-nt has no heslta- i1"'1" of Alexand-r II. It 'cr.rd Its
. ' , way regularly on o the ds: of the
mm in tuny .ljii'iuvina tiw em-tMHC ... . . . . ,
. then emoeror and was read ty him
action of Commander McRea In taking !eaRWiy, though strictly f..b'dden dr
ear of the foreign consuls and pre- jeulatioi In Russia. The Influence of
venting bombardment without warn- hla Journal with Alexander I". wa
Ing. The American and foreign inter- st one tlme vry Kr't
es In Cape Haytien are large, and
the American captain la required by
unwritten law to look" after the life
and property of the other foreign res
ident as well as the Americans in
such a case.
CHARGED WITH MURDER.
Commander of Cuban Sharpshooters
in the Late Revolution.
NEW TORK, July 29.-5eneral Per
cio Del Gado Is under arrest, accord
in to a World dispatch from Havana,
charged with having assassinated An
tonio Aconta, a nephew of Colonel
PalUomoro Acosta. .
The arrest has caused a profound
sensation as General Del Gado Is one
of the best known Cubans. He com
manded the Cuban sharpshooters who
nxrted against Weyier'a Black Span
ish guerillas in the late revolution.
He is now an officer In the Cuban ru
ral guard and has been acting as chief
of police of Punta Prava, where Maceo
was ambushed and killed.
General Del Gado's trial promises to
be sensational as there has been much
mystery surrounding the disappear
ance of young Acosta from his home
six weeks ago. It is said that Colonel
Acosta, the young man's uncle, ob
tained private information that his
nephew waa seized ty guards under
Del Gado and wad afterwards seen
night handcuffed and between two of
Del Gado's men. Then Colonel Acosta
Is said to have discovered that no rec
ord of his nephew's arrest had been
made, and hat no warrant bad been
Issued. He at once preferred the
charges against Del Gado that result
ed In an order from Havana for his
. Toung Acosta was aide de camp to
General Del Gado during the recent
war, and for a long. time was his con
fidential secretary. Not long ago
charges were made by Del Gado by
a number of cattle owners, in connec
tion with the operation of cattle
FORBIDDEN TO LIVE
IN HIS NATIVE LAND
Owing to Publication of Articles Show
ing Sympathy for Oppressed
(Correspondence of Associated Press.)
ST. PETERSBURG, July 13. Peter
Von Struve, the noted Marxist, who
went abroad in 1901, when forbidden
to live In St. Petersburg, has begun
the publication in Stuttgart of a Rus
sian periodical under the title "Oswo
bojrtidenie," (Emancipation). In his
prospectus. Von Struve proclaims the
extreme of his paper to be emanica
tlon of the Russian people from police
oppression .and the attainment of in
dividual and social liberty. In his pros
pectus he says:
"The social reaction wMch followed
the murder of Alexander II. has com
pletely disappeared and the political
reaction is constantly being strength
ened. The government Is making Its
last desperate efforts to perpetrate an
antiquated order of things.
"We shall defend the necessity of
granting to all classes equal rights to
untrammelled development and we In
sist upon an Immense change.
HALF MILLION DOLLAR
FIRE IN PITTSBURG.
Five Firemen Injured by Explosions of
PITTSBURG. July . Two buil lings
in flames, a pnispect of a half mil
lion dollars damage and five injured
firemen was the situation that con
fronted the Pittsburg fire department
at daybreak this morning. The bulld-
ings on fire were those of Stewart
Bros. & Co., 917 Liberty avenue; th.
IDe Noon Bros., paint and vanish com
iany. S19 Liberty avenue, and E.
Wart & Co., 921 Liberty uvenue.
The Injured firemen are:
Lieutenant Dougal Lech, Cornelius
Buckley, William Dx-11, William
Reese and Daniel Gallagher.
None was seriously Injured. The
fire originated on the first floor of the
eight-story building occupied by the
De Noon Bros. Compiny. When the
firemen reached the fceue smoke was
issuing . from every window of the
In the cellar and lower floor were
stored large quantities of paints, var
nishes, turpentine, oils, etc. An ex
plosion in this material, while the
firemen were on he Are escapes fight
ing the flames, sent a blast of fire out
upon the men. The :lames struck the
firemen full in the face. The men
drojpd the hose and writhed and
struggled to get out of reach of the
withering heat. Some almost fell down
the Sre e.wanw others slid down the
side railings and a couple hung by their
hands until rescued by their compan.
ions. The Injured men were taken fo
hospitals, where their injuries were
pronouiced not fatal.
At 2:30 o'clock occurred a second ex
plosion, even more terrific than the
first, although no one was injured ty
it. The flames at! their way, aftr
consuming the De Noon place i.-.to the
rubber goods establishment of Stewart
Bros., at 913 Liberty avenue, which
was also pn.i?ally destroyed. S. E.
Wart & Co., whose.'ale grocers at 421
Liberty avenue, suffered heavily from
water and smok. The furniture firm
of Spear Holler, whosvsale millin
ery firm of .J J. Potter & Co.. on I'enn-
Isylvania, In the rear of the burning
!v...IUI- ...... nrt .11...
MUiJUiligs, mmi mritiXL a vj'i ail ajiry,
will softer heavily.
The loss will probably not fall far
below half a million dolliri.
STARVED INDIANS FIGHT
Rand of 30, Nearly Half of Them
Women, Fight With Mexican
SAN FRANCISCO, July 29. A spe
cial from Tucson, Ariz., fays:
Driven to desperation by hunger and
thirst, a band of 30 Yaquis, nearly half
of them women, swooped down upon
the Carmen ranch, near Hermoplllo,
Saturday and a fierce and bloody fight
followed. The women fought with fe
rocity of wild animals and when a
'patrol of Mexican . troops galloped
down to the rescue two of the women
and five of the men lay dead. The
jYaquia were quickly overwhelmed.
They were weak from hunger and
when attacked by superior numbers
J they were compelled to surrender.
Fifteen prisoners were marched to
THE WORLD'S MEDICINE.
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III IS I
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"Colds ct the Insurance Companies a million dollars a
month. That is the authoritative statement made by
leading insurance journal. Twelve million dollars a year
paid on accouut of colds. Who gets the money ? The
widows and orphans of the men who had colds,
there be a more striking presentation of the fact
that colds kill than this commercial statement in
which the cost of human life is figured in dollars
and cents? But even these figures must be inade
quate to express the final monthly total of the
victims of colds. Thousands f men who die
as the result of colds are not insured. A very
small proportion of women carry life in
surance and these figures do not take
account of the thousands of women who
are sacrificed to colds. Colds kill. That
is a thing to remember. Colds kill be
cause many of the most dangerous and
fatal -diseases begin with a cold. To neg
lect a cold is to trifle with danger.
Offset this statement that colds cost the
insurance companies a million dollars a
month by another statement; almost every
life represented by that million dollars
could have been saved by the timely use of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
It cures colds, coughs, bronchitis, lung
disease, hemorrhage and conditions generally
which by neglect or unskillful treatment find a
fatal termination in consumption. That these
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thousands of representative men and women,
including clergymen and physicians.
I took a severe cold which settled in the bronchial
tubes," writes Rev. Frank Hay, of Nortonville, Jefferson
Co.. Kansas. After trrinor mrAic'm lk.it c..
- - , O ...... wuidt v.uic
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favorable results. This being true, 1 hereby heartily endorse your medicines.
. ".uriWflvtn'i ' fa" "tarrh and was treated by one of the best physicians
in the state of North Carolina, who said the trouble had reached my lungs." writes Mr M
Wttoo, of Clotho, Transylvania Co., N. C. -1 grew worse every dayntiH trW Piert
medicines. Wdl say Dr. Pierce's Golden Mclical I Jiscovery with one bottle of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedycuredme and bday I am well and hearty, and I will say further, that my former pay
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your medicines will cure any case of catarrh that exists. I recommend them to all."
-I was troubled with a bad cold, which settled on my lungs and left me with miserable
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. - , . , , j -b- j't-4 cuuiciY. i vauuu( recommend
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These statements are made by representative people. They are reliable state
ments, and those who are guided by them need not swell the list of victims who die
of colds. One of the dangers of a cold, especially as it progresses, is that people
will be content to use some syrup or preparation based on opium, and think they
are safe. Such things are mere palliatives. They soothe and quiet but they do
not retard the progress of disease. Doubtless everyone of the victims of colds
used something with the intention of being cured. But they failed to use the one
thing which would cure them, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It always
helps. It almost always cures. There is no alcohol in the "Discovery." It fa a
true tonic, building up the body with solid flesh and enriching the blood with the
red corpuscles of health.
Do not allow a dealer to palm off on you a substitute for "Golden Medical Dis
covery," claiming it to be "just as good." The record of those who have tried
"medicines almost without number and found no cure until they used the "Dis
covery," prova there is no other medicine "just as good" for colds, coughs, and
Df. T. Ii. Ball
m Commercial SU-sst Astoria, Ort.
Dr. Matthew Patton
IltMiioved to t!3 Commercial St. '
Ovor IVtoww A Wivwn's Shot Btort.
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C. (fl. Barf, Dentist
iTJ Commercial Bt, Astoria. Ort,
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Estimates Made on
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FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies of all kinds at lowest raUa, for fishermen,
Fanners and Lowers.
As Vs ALLBN Tenth and Commc rchil StrttH
Harmoslllo, where they will be sen
tenced by General Torres. There are
two Taquls chiefs among: the captive.
These Indians are supposed to be the
last remnant of those who took to the
war-path sometime ago.
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Sick Headache. Constipation, Wind,
Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion,
Disordered Liver & Female Ailments.
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MURDERED WOMAN IDENTIFIED.
CHICAGO, July 29. The young wo
man who was found dead arly yes
terday morning In a wine room of a
Wells street saloon. been Identifled
Mrs. Ernest Blohm, who disappear
from ht-r home in La Balle avenue
two weeks ago. The police have aban-
donert the theory of murder and state
that the woman probably died of
strangulation. Edward Gough, the
the man who accompanied Mrs. Blohrn
to the saloon, In held pending further
SOLDIER'S DEATH SENTENCE
SAN FRANCISCO. Julv 29. Orders
received at army headquarters in this
city announce that President Roose
velt has saved a soldier from hang
ing. Guy Stevenson. Trnoo M. Ninth
Cavalry, was found eulltv of crimin
al assault and sentenced to dishonor
able discharge and death. The sen
tence was' approved by the secretary
of war, but the president ha com
muted the sentence to IS years im
prisonment. Stevenson is now at Al
catraz Island, but will go to the Unit
ed States penitentiary at Leavenworth,
FRENCH NAVAL OFFICERS
RELIEVED FROM DUTT.
Downfall Attributed to Sensational
Developments Which Led to
PARIS, July 29. Two distinguished
naval officers, Vice-Admiral DeReau
mont, maritime prefect of Toulon, r,nd
Rear-Admlral Sevran, comianding At
lantic division, have been summarily
relieved of their commands by order
of President Loubet.
Rear-Admiral Sevran' downfall Is
attributed to the sensational develop.
ments which led up to the recent sui
cide of Commander Berry. DeRau-
mont's discipline Is said to be due to
recent review severely criticizing Min
ister of Marine Pelletan.
M. Pelletan, minister of marine, at
tributes th dismissal of Vlce-Admlr-
al DeBeaumont for his having upon
the national fete, July 14, placed his
mistress In official tribune with perfect
of Wary and Mayor of Toulon, and
ealuted her while Ignoring them,
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