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TUESDAY, JUNE 2. 1896
SPAIN'S LATEST MOVE
An Effort to Secure
: pean Support.
ALLEGED CRUELTIES OF CUBANS
Spaniards Mope to Rave the Ingurcents
Treated aa Pirates The Case of
- Madbid, Juno 1. The Madrid govern
ment has lately called the attention of
the other European powers to the al
leged inhuman and cruel warfare adopted
by the insurgents. Complaint is made
specifically of the use of dynamite to
blow up railroad trains, (those carrying
passengers as well as freight), and sugar
- mills, and of the use of explosive bullets
The European governments have in
structed their consuls in Cuba, it is
stated authoritively, to inquire promptly
and fully upon these allegations.
Spain hopes that some action will be
taken to declare the Cuban -insurgents
pirates and malefactors unworthy the
sympathy of any uncivilized nation.
A9 soon as the papers in the Com
petitor case reach Madrid they are ex
pected June 4 they will be submitted
to the supreme court of naval appeals.
The impression is that the sentence of
the Havana courtuaartial is certain to be
annulled, on the ground that it is a vio
lation of the treaty of 1870, and that the
case will be sent to an ordinary court
martial for trial, subject to the etipula-
- tions of that treaty.
KILLING nBLPLESS FEOrLK.
Southern Cobs Is ihe Scene of Whole
Batanabo, Cuba, June 1. More inno
cent blood has been shed in the fields of
this section of Southern Cuba, aa a re
sult of the struggle between Spain and
her colony, than in any other part of the
island. It is in this country that Mel
quoiae's men have been raiding, riding
over farms and plantations, occasionally
skirmishing with the enemy, bat more
often shooting down peasants in the
In the early part of thia month Colo
nel Landa, at the head of a column, of
Melquiose's men, made a reconnoisdance
through the region north of Batanalo.
It is said he was searching for a band of
rebels under the command of Mendcza.
The country is a' hotbed of rebellion.
It is the very heart of. the insurgent ter
ritory. The Spanish hold the villaces
with adobe forts and fortified churches.
They command the railroad stations
with barricades, which shelter small
squads of soldiers under command of
subalterns. But the farming land is
open to the raids of both the rebel and
loyal bands. Through it they roam at
will, sometimes meeting each other with
skirmishes. In this position noncom
batauts pay tribute to the insurgents to
day, and tomorrow the troops are among
them with the eword of vengeance. .
Through thia country Landa marched.
Occasionally he would halt his men and
ask a peasant for information as to the
whereabouts of the rebels. If "the re
plies were not satisfactory ; if they
aroused in him the suspicion that the
peasant was in league with the enemy,
the countryman was shot down in the
field and the column passed on. This
is the testimony of men who claim to
have personal knowledge of the tacts.
They give the names and locations and
the incidents corroborative of their
stories. The victims all lived in the
region above described.
AN INSULT TO OLD GLORY.
Flag of the Famous Old Monitor Wan
Boston, June 1. The famous old flag,
battle-scarred and torn by shells in the
celebrated encounter between the Moni-
Highest of all in Leavening Power.-
t f V S i x f m t till Wmrr
tor and Merrimac, was wantonly de
stroyed on Satarday by an Eoglish wo
man, while the nation was insulted by
the indignity to which the stars and
stripes were subjected. As a conse
quence serious trouble is anticipated,
and it is feared that there may be a riot,
so intense is the excitement among pa
Aire. Unas. 11. leaves, who runs a
boarding-house at 1222 Washington
street, shortly after the Memorial day
parade had passed, ripped down the
famous relic, tore it to shreds, stamped
npon it and turned it over to its owner
with these words: . "Take your dirty
The woman admits the deed, giving
as her only defense' that the owner bad
The flag is owned by Chester Salis
bury, a boarder in the bouse, who in
herited it from h'.s adopted father, Cap
tain William H. Green, who captured
the transport Belle of Cape Anne when
she was anchored off Fortress Monroe
during the second battle between the
two famous naval monsters. The trans
port took 'part in the fray and was fired
upon by the Merrimac. She bore this
flag during the encounter.
A warrant will be issued for the arrest
of Mrs. Eaves at once, and she will be
turned over to the United States author
ties. Many boarders in the house are
very patriotic and have much patriotic
literature, which has been mysteriously
mutilated and destroyed of late. Satur
day's events help to clear np the mys
tery. Mrs. Eaves has only been in this
country a few years.
Extra police guard the house, fearing
a riotous demonstration from crowds
collected, who demand to see the British
woman who tears down the stars and
Lessons of Hope.
Chicago, June 1. The St. Louis dis
aster furnished the theme for many of
the Sunday sermons in . Chicago. Few
of the ministers tried to explain the
phenomena beyond natural causes.
They stood appalled at the loss of life,
but tried to point out lessons of hope
from the terrible slaughter. It was the
general verdict that the destruction was
not a punishment for wickednees. Dr.
Thomas, of the People's, church, sug
gested that if punishment was dealt out
in this maunerfor the violation of mor
al laws, there would not be a large city
in the world out of danger. j
Rev. M. D. Hill, of the Central church,
Dr. II. W. Thomas, of the People's
church, Rev. H. A. Delano, Belden-ave-nue
Baptist church, and Rev. Johnson
Myers, of Immanuel Baptist church,
we're among the ministers who took for
their subject the St. Lonia disester.
Two Negroes Lynched.
Columbus, Ga., Jane 1. Six hundred
men broke into the courtroom at 10
o'clock this morning and took Jesse
Siayton (negro), charged with assaulting
Mrs. Howard Brvan on Thursday last,
away from the officers, and hung him to
a tree, subsequently filling his body with
ballets. The mob afterward took Will
Myers (colored), charged with the same
offense, from jail and lynched him. .-
Washington, June 1. Senator Quay
concedes the nomination oi McKinley on
the first ballot at the St. Louis conven
tion, and gave out figures last night to
back up his opinion. This is the first
time the Pennsylvania leader has pub
licly admitted the certainty of McKin
ley 'a nomination. According to Quay's
list McKinley will receive 479 votes on
the first ballot, or 19 more than are nec
essary to asEure bis nomination.
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