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l'ulillslK'rt livrrr l'rl'y
Comiirrhrniilvo Ktivlmr of tlio Inuuirt
nnt llntptiilnR of tl Vatt WffU
Culloil r-iim tlm TcJoi;riM'l Column..
Rev. Dr. William Mnxwoll Black
burn, president of Huron college nt
Piorro, S. D., died at thu ngo of 05
Margnrot Livingston Clinnlor nnd
Anna Bouling, horoio women who
served without pay aa nurses in Porto
Rico during tlio war, liavo been rocom
lnonded for that raro honor, tho thanks
It is reported from Peking that
Russia hna demanded n lease of tho
Mino Tao islands as a totpedo 'station.
Theso islands lio across tho entrance
of the Gulf of Po-Chi-Li, south of Port
Arthur. Tho acquisition of theso
Islands would still futthor strengthen
Russia's hold on tho approaches to
Tho quartermaster's department is
preparing to disinter and bring to this
country tho remains of tho 1,200 heroes
of tho Spanish war who wero either
killed by bullets or died of fever in
Cuba and Porto Rico. Colonel Moore,
assistant quartermaster-general, says
tho expedition of disinterment is wo'l
Senator Toiler, of Colorado, has in
troduced a bill for the amendment of
tho war-revenuo act, so as to provide
for a tax upon tho actual valuo or sell
ing prices instead of tho nominal
value of certain stocks. Tho bill is in
tended to relievo tho cheaper mining
stocks from what is claimed to be an
enormous burden upon them.
A petition from ex-Queen Lilioukn
lani of Hawaii has boon presented to
the house, protesting against the Unit
ed States' assertion of ownership to tho
crown lands of Hawaii as taking of
property without due process of law,
and appealing to the presidont, con
gress and tho people for a restoration
of theso lands. A liko petition was
presented to the senate.
A Havana cable to tho Now York
World says: "Tlie graves of the Maino
victims in tho Havana cemetery aro
neglected. Two small, sickly shrubs,
one weather-beaten pot with a dead
plant and two blasted stalks of three
slips are all there is to show that any
thing has b?en done in this beautiful
burial place for our nation's dead. A
month ago, upon the interment of some
sailors of the Resolute, their comrades
put an 18x24 inch calico American flag
on the mound. This little faded flag
is tho only thing given by either tho
army or tho navy.
The monthly statement of tho col
lections of internal revenue shows that
during November, 1808, the receipts
amounted to $22,401,405, against $13,
059,290 for November, 1897.
Tho presidont lias sent theso nomina
tions to the eenate: Charlomango
Tower, of Pennsylvania, now minister
to Austria-Hungary, to be ambassador
to Russia; Addison C. Harris, of In
diana, minister to Austria-Hungary.
At Hong Kong, tho Filipino com
mittee has broken off all relations with
United States Consul Wildmnn. The
committeo ha? issued a writ in the su
premo court to recover tho sum of $17.
000, which the Filipinos claim to have
been deposited with Wildmnn as
treasurer of the Filipino independence
fund in June last.
Tho gnnboat Yorktown has sailed
from San Francisco for Manila, via
Honolulu. Sho will go nil tho way
under a full head of steam, and should
make tho run in tlireo weeks if sho is
not delayed at Honolulu. Sho is tho
bearer of full instructions to Admiral
Dewey and General Otis in regard to
the situation in tho Philippines.
The Now Year's honors inoludo Lord
Dunraven being appointed pi ivy coun
selor for Ireland, and Sir Edward
Chichester, R. N., being nppointed
companion of tho Order of St. Michael
nnd St. Georgo in recognition of his
services as captain of tho British first-
class cruiser Immortal, which was sta
tioned at Manila during tho war.
Senator Mason, of Illinois, occupied
tho attontion of tho senate for nearly
an hour and a half Tuesday, with a
speech in support of his resolution de
claring that tho United States will
never attempt to govern tho people of
any country without their consent.
In many respects tho speech was ono
of tho most notablo utterances from
the senato thus far this session.
At Kokomo, Ind., thoro nro 18
tramps in tho Howard county jail
filowly starving to death. Two weeks
ngo tho lioboa refused to work on tho
stono pile, and Sheriff Ilnrnes put
thorn in iail on n diot of broad and
water, mostly wator, until they signi
fied n willingness to work. At tho
closo of tho second wcok of tho striko,
the jailer reduoed tho bread supply to
two loaves n day for tho entiro gang.
They deolnro they will starve to doatn
(a Ulr cells rather than hnmmor stono.
A cablo censorship lias been estab
lished by tho United States government
Comuilssnry-Gonoml Kngnn lias sent
to the war Investigating commission a
revised statement in placo of that oilg
inally made in response to Miles'
charges. Ho has omitted thu objection
Austria's hositnncy in raising tho
! rank of her diplomatic mission to tho
United States is duo entirely to her do
slro not to eivo offence to Spain. In
formation to this effect is in tho posses'
Bion of tho statu department.
West Point appointments nro to be
made bv tho present congress. One
will bo from tho first Oregon. Tlio list
will includo eight cmlots, all of whom
must entor West Point next June. No
further vacancies will bo filled until
1000, when 58 cadets will bo named.
Tho present class will graduate Febru
Coinmodoro Watson, now in com
mand at tho Maro island navy-yard,
hns applied for tho command of tho
Asiatic station to succeed Admiral
Dowey, when that officer shall liavo
coased duty. Dowey will retiio iroin
nctivo 6arvico next December, provid
ing tho law bo not amended in his in
terest. Ironch sontiment is onco more being
worked up against tho United States
on account of tho Spanish war. Hos
tile newspaper criticism, which tem
porarily was shut down by tho victor
ies of Manila and Santiago, is now re
assuring itsolf in consequence of tho
difficulties which Piesidont MoKin
loy's vacillating policy has caused in
Tho steamship City of Macon, from
Boston, brought into Savannah, On.,
Captain Kcnnerly nnd tho crew, nine
men all told, of tho tohoonor Aloha, of
Bath, Me., abandoned Saturday night,
250 miles southoast of Georgetown
light, in a sinking condition. The
Aloha left Femandina a wcok ago with
n cargo of phosphnto rock, bound for
At Puna, 111., tho sccno of tho ro
cent labor trouble, Iko Ingles shot and
killed Dave Evans, a fellow-negro
miner, at the Springsido mine. Thu
trouble arose over dividing thoir wages.
Frank Jones nnd Jnmes Palmer, non
union white minors, were assaulted to
day and seriously injured. Their as
sailants are unknown. Threo com
panies of militia, which liavo been do
ing guard duty for soveral months,
liavo been ordered homo.
Tho first detachment of tho Seven-j
teenth has lsf t Columbus for New
York, en routo to tho Philippines. j
The entire military department of
Santa Clara, Major-Geuornl J. C. Bates
commanding, is quiet. Twonty-soveii
thousand Spaniards still remain in the
vicinity of Cienfuegos, but ono trans
port has loaded and 12 others ato ex
pected to arrive at an early date. It
is im possible, however, that the evacu
ation will be completed much beforo
tho middle of February.
Great fear is felt for tho safety of
the naptha launch Paul Jones, hailing
from Louisville, which left tlio mouth
of tho Mississippi river January U for
Pensacola, Fla.. with a party of ladies
and gentlemen from Chicago and In
dianapolis on board. Nothing has been
heard there of tlio launch, nnd one of
the fastest tugs has left to make a thor
ough search on the Gulf.
A train of empty cars on tho Oregon
Short Lino, while leaving Butte, ran
into an open switch near the city, anil
crashed into a switch engine. Both
engines and porno of tho cars wero
wrecked Tho crew of the train nnd
that of the switch engine all jumped
Conductor Joseph Giant, of tho freight,
was thrown under tho wreck and
killed. Fireman Dowling was injured.
llio rest escaped unhurt.
A Madrid dispatch says tho govern
ment, on tho reassembling of the cor
tes, will immediately ask La Refonna
for nntliority to sell thu Marianuo
(Ladrones), Carolino and tho Pelca
islands, since Spain is powerless to
maintain a sufficient force to defend
thorn. Tho government arrived at this
decision in consequonco of advices from
Geneial Rioa that an army of 4,000
men, n man-of-war and two gunboats
would bo necessary for tlio purpose.
Official dispatches from Ilo Ho. is
land of Panay, indicate that tho na
mes nro disposed to bo friendly, al
though absolutely opposed to tho land
ing of tho United States forces without
ordor from Mnlolos, tho seat of the so
called Filipino nntivo government.
Somo of tho oflicials nt Ilo Ilo nro not
in nccord witli tho i evolutionary gov
ernment, but nro willing to accopt an
American protoctorato, and will go to
stnto the case (o Aginaldo if furnished
transportation by the Amoricans.
Tho Borlin correspondent of tho Lon
don Times quotes from tho Cologne
Gazotto that "rumors as to tho annex
ation of Viinva, ono of tho Friendly
islands, by Germany, nro an invention
of thoso who desire to stir np ill-feeling
betweon Germany nnd tho United
Stntos. Ho says, howovor, ns tho
Cologno Gazette waa among tho most
notivo originally spreading roports of
Gorman's intention to nnnnx tho Phil
ipplnos, its excesslvo indignation in
tho prosont instance ia somowhnt overdone.
Will Probably Bo Advanood
Throo Years Pay.
rim Amount In I'orty Mlltlom-t?iitni.n
for lit lt-imjrmnt.
Now York. Jan. 18. According to
Brigadier-General Josu Miguel Gome,
n member of tho Cuban commission in
Washington, tho Cuban army is mini to
leceivo tho three yearn' pay to which
it is ontltled, $ 10,000,000 being ml
vanced by thu Unltod States, with tho
custom-houses of Cuba as security for
Brigadier-General Gomez, who has
just ni rived in tliia city from Washing
ton, ia grateful foi the way thocoiiiiiiia
sion has been received. Tho negotia
tions, it is oxpooted, will bo completed
by tho end of this month, when tho
commission will return toCuba. Gen
eral Gomez said last night:
"Our hopes have all boon realized.
At ilrst, however, things looked dark
for us. Poor Geneial On rain was tho
most pessimistic member of the com
mission. Ho had little hope for tho
success of our plans whon ho left fur
Washington. Thu rest of tho commis
sion argued, however, that na the
Americana had taken chargu of Cuba
nnd thus provented us from raising
money, wo hnd a light to request a loan,
with which to pay off our men. Gun
ernl Garcln nskod for only $100 fo
"Tho other commissioners protested
because of tho small amount. Then
camo tho general's death, and for lit
time being negotiations wero suspend
ed. At our next meeting it wris agreed
that an official list of tlio men in tho
Cuban army would bo required before
any agreement could be reached. Ac
coidiugly, I left for Cuba, whence. 1
returned on January G with the re
"Thoro mo 47,000 mon to bo paid in
tho Cuban army. Tho amount w(
liavo requested is 140,000,000, to he
turned over to ua oithor in ono or tin cc
payments. Wo will give as security
tho custom-houses in Cuba. Should
tho government not raro to loud ui
that sum, wo nro willing to take ono
third of it and later pay thu men the
"As affaire now stand, I think we
will receivo the amount in thtoo pay
inents. This, however, is not decided
yet. Tho late .Mr. Dingley was in fa
vor of giving us tlio amount in one pay
Speaking of tho present condition of
iilfuirs in Havana, General Gomez
said it was bad.
"There appeals to he much disagree
merit among tho American soldiers,'
ho continued, "and no ono scorns tc
know what his powor is. Somo one
gives an order, and tiio next man conn
termnnda it. As a result tho govern
ment of Havana is not as smooth ns it
"General Brnoko, however, is- well
liked, nnd tho Cubans aro more than
willing to help him. General Lud
low's orders preventing tlio Cubant
from from taking any part in the
'evacuation parudu,' caused n great deal
of ill-feeling. This is now ddno nwaj
with, and there need bo no fear of e
clash betweon tho Cubans and tlx
"Tlio American soldiers nro n fint
set of men, and do not glvo any trou
bio. Wo nro dona with war, and want
iieaco, but nevertheless we would never
tolerato tl o condition of affairs which
is reported to exist in Porto Rico.
"General Brooke, I am told, ia about
to name a committeo of Cubans, whe
will not ns his udvisers. Meudez Can
oto, prosident of thu assembly nt Santa
Cruz del Sur, will bo placed at tho
head of tho commission.
"General Maximo Gomez will re
main in tho field until tho nrrny is (lis
banded. Ho will then mnko his home
in Havana. After tho men in the
army nro paid off, wo will try to provt.
to this country that wo nro fully nbh
to govom Cuba.
"Tlio paying off of tho army is the
most important movo toward establisl
ing traiiquiiility on tho island. If wo
should nut bo able to raise tho money
trouuiu witli liic men would follow."
Blili mi Ii Vt'iiy.
Washnuton. Jan. 18. Tl in nnw iln
partmont was informed today that tin
uoniiingion sailed from Honolulu or
tno 7tn mat., lor Utiam, in accordant
with tho ordorsof tlio navy department,
On tho way over sho will stop nt Wake
island and tnko possession of it for use
ns a cablo station. Tho Castinn nnllri
yostorday from San Juan do Porto Rico
ior uiurnitnr. biio is going to the
Philippines to roinforco Dewey's floot.
Unlit uln Will Itnbullil.
Ban Francisco, Jan. 18. Tho Bullo
tin says that Lucky Baldwin has do.
cided to oreot nn eight-story flroproo:
building on tho proporty ocoupiod bj
tho old Baldwin hotel, which wai
burnod sovornl months ngo. Tho build
ing will cost 3,000,000, and ns soon ai
tho ruins of tho old building can be
cleared nway, tho work of construction
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.
Orriion I.sll'r I'arAliniiitiirtlio
Salem, Or., Jan. 17.-Tlio I tW
turo Is intyot devoted ohlolly to ho
prullniliiaiy work of receiving now bills
and Ih still ho far nhcnd of thu printer
that committees havu nothing to do.
But mm measure Iiiih reached tho noute
Mage, mul that Ih tho bill to add two
justices to tho Bupiemo court. Having
passed tho hoiiMi hint week It Ih now In
thu senate, whore It rests awaiting Its
stwotid reading Tlio hill Ih warmly
supported, and It looked Innl week mi
If It wero bound to pass! hut It lose
steadily under illionwlon, and Its
chances nro now very dubious. Objec
tion to It so far as It la expressed tip
p.iars to test chiefly or wholly on tho
question of Its ooni'tltiitlonnllty.
Tho general proceedings today weio
of a perfunctory mid niouotonoiiH kind.
Introduction nnd find rending of bills
occuplod tho whole time In both house.
This Ih likely to ho tho ordor for tho
balance of tho week. Tho usual flood
of propositions, wIho and otherwise,
Ih pouring In, tho greatest number of
couisu, being destined to illo In com
mittee. Twenty-two IiIIIh wero Intro
duced in thu senato this afternoon.
Hall a dozen weio rend tho second
ti , nnd one authorizing tho town of
Antelopo to borrow f 5,000 to build
wiitor-works wiih missed. A houso
joint memorial to
sionH for Indian
snnio ns Mexican
congiowis for jam
war veterans, tho
war veterans, wus
ttitnnil t vjiiI 111
A housu resolution for tho iiivostlga
lion of tho affairs of the school laud
board was concurred In.
Tho house convened at 3:30 thin
nfteruoon, pursuant to adjournment.
Tho proceedings oponod with tho sxi
ond reading and reference of bills, but
owing to tho fact that tho stnto printer
had not caught up with printing, thu
houso returned to thu first reading nnd
introduction of bills. Eight bills wero
road tho Bocond time mid retailed to
tho proper committees. Ono was paused
mid two wero withdrawn. Tho bill
that passed wna Whitney's, to amend
the city charter of Albany.
l'rotrtt Acnhiat llm Kxcliiilon of Allcm
I'roin l.ukn Atllu.
Olympia, Wash., Jan. 17. In the
senato on motion of Laud, Judge Mu
Gilvra, of Seattle, was granted wrmlH
sion to address the somite. Inasmuch
as it hud been nuuouucod that Judgo
McOilvrn had up a senatorial lightning
rod, there wero somo quizzical expres
sions on the faces of several senators
who aro prominent in statu politic?.
Judgo McGilvra, stoppliing Inside tho
oirele, referred, in a forensic stylo of
orntory to tho denth of Congrctsmnii
Dingley, mid, nt thu conclusion of his
statement, asked foi thu consideration
of a resolution petitioning tho presi
dent to appoint in his stead on tho
joint Americaii-Caiiadian high commis
sion u resident of tho Pacific North
West. Senator Preston suggested that it
might be well to wait until Dingley
was buried beforo proceeding to (ill Ji im
shoes. A discreet smilo passed about
tho circle, whereupon Senator bcholluld
proposed that tlio involution bo made n
special order for tomorrow.
Senator Hamilton thou asked, inas
much as tho resolution had been pio
Euuted by a gentleman not n member,
in .what position it camo bo for o tho
senato. Thoro wna a moment's hesita
tion, during which tho chair thought
it possible to receivo tho communica
tion, and finally Senator Preston said
he would stand hack of it. That was
acceptable to Hamilton, and, on motion
of Crow, tlio document wus rofetrud to
tlio committeo on memorials.
Tho houso resolution piotisting
ngninst the exclusion of aliens from
tho Atlin mining district by tho Cana
dian government wns adopted 37 to 4
Hall, i'roston, Rolnhait and WII
shiru voting no.
Hi'iilltorllll Cliolrn on Ticket.
In tho houso tho veto messages of
thu coventor wero taken tin. Tim vnin
of tho bill providing for tho survoy and
locntion of u roadway from Montesano,
Chehalis county, to Brooktlold, Wahki
akum county, was sustained.
Tho bit oreatiiiL' a stnto mml
tho Coluuihia river from Lylo to Wush
ougnl.wns vetoed, becanso tho proposed
road parallels a navigablo river, tho
governor holding this to lm
good public policy in tho straitened
condition of statu finances.
RopreHontativo Mooru. na th n nntlinr
of tho bill, stnted it to bu his wish that
tho veto ho sustninod, becauso thoro is
no timo now to enter Into tho merits of
tho bill, mid Ills Wish Was Himnltiiiiit.
Colonel Pattorson. of Khun n. nrn.
sontcd n potition for n fish hatchoiy In
Golwoll nresontod n nntltlnn r,n,
Cowlitz county for n law restraining
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uvu ihuok irom ni largo.
JllllgO McGilvra wns nnnnrlml in
minutes in which to
Atlin nnd Dingley resolutions, which
A concurrent rosolutlnn l.w n rnnfn
requesting tho rcsneotiv O nnlltlnnt n.
ties of tho stato to placo upon thoir
tickots tho choico of tl in nnrfv tnr Mull
ed Statoa SOliator ut nlnntlnna' r,-!,,. tn
senatorial elections, that tfao pooplo1
may oxpross thoir oholco, was adopted, 1
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Just what time the disaster i,if
occurrod Ih not known, as ovcr tei
ton on board thu vensel went t tl J
bottom of thu Hound with It.
The ail i p. which was oi ivui
build, nnd worth probably $160, if'l
entered this port several days ngo. 6i
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tor to Hnnincer X: Co.. of Kan 1 uJ
oisco. for KuiniMi. Yentordnv she vi
mil romovoti ami n u no in oiuai ri. v
naratorv to rucalvinu carco. She
I 11111 IIIIVIUI If! fl .1 II IlflllirriI'M MIIYIT
hundred yards nnrthenst of thu
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ilniiii.wntnr u'linrf. nt uliii-li twill. I J
nster overtook her. Sho had out,
cording to tho bout information
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aidu of tho vussel wore attached
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Aiidulaua woru vlslblu Over the in
where sho rode Borenely nt anclK r tJ
night beforo only n danger-signal Lo'l
lamp wus visible. When thu nl "I
I of thu ship wns discovered, C'xptnl
I Doty nnd Captain Hurley took the ti
Fnirfluld mid in ado no invesligstio
mid it wns soon determined lx-yog
liuaDl.Jl.lk) Ul iluiiu.j hi.ufc iuu niiiii uc
gouu to tho bottom.
Ono of thu ballast logs wns four
To it dangled part of thu clmln
iii.r.iinii ui.ii. i.. ...i.iiti,... ..... i i
lifeboats, n matterss with tho came
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ngo hna been dlHCOVuied.
ja mi uii uuiirii ituriHiicii. nniv n
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tioiiH, ahipphiK mon nay, tho haltiiflt
found iH from tho port eldo of
vohhui. biio flinp, ncqoruinK loxin
countH, wixn hotulod in a Hontherly
.n.il... nu I .1 ll... I t m I
nt Tlin rililfl tlll tlt aii-niif i nmii I
"tniinii 1 1 n imnt tin...),. s. . i
ship to train on tho chains, making tl
log on tho woather sido taut mid fill
ing n toudoncy to lift tho log from ti
water, but tho strain wns too grent If
ono oi tlio chains, nnd it snnppefl
This roloasod the towering ovaf.J
tno greater restraint on
i the. vWWfl
alnt fiii twfSh
side, and sho lifted with
thoro being llttlo rostral
other end of thu log, raised ItA'ioiili J
ui uiiuw tno right or mooring iiiiin toi
slip off. Thus freed from hflnst iiiidl
floating liko u chip, tho shlilWconcdj
under tho prcsstito of tho 1ft vy galoJ
nnd shipped gront quantltiiwot water,
...ii wuuiiiuiUI lliu IMJIV I111
castle, causing hor to camxcaud hIii U
to tho bottom, till in n viry'ow min
Tho situation was furtho'iggrnvntcil
by tho fact that tho tj'ifi wero just
eottlng in nt tho timoTtb flhip went
down. This in nil prpbdllty forced
tho stom of tho vossoHtuind nnd ex
posod tho broadside to ti gnlo'o fury.
Lnto this nftornooti'l) ill .filled ves
sol waa locatod. SlffS on tho bot
tom of tho Soundoi hor brondsido,
under 28 fathoms ofAitor, closo by the
spot wlioro alio hn&bn miuhorod.
Uticn, N. Y., J& 17. -.Mrs. Kmllj
J. Mosoloy, whojffjld liavo boon 103
yonrs old hnd ilvod until April,
died at tho Ilpmrr the JIoiiioIchb to