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erasee* Agsi"»« ”»• L...I»« »< Publl*
I ImerlcBu VialuaB Can no Longer lio Cn-
Civil government for Puerto Kic<|
will be inaugurated May 1.
salt Lak*. April 28.—C-v.»rnor Lee.
Washington, April 21.—The new» of
of '«outh Dakota, and Governor Poi n Philippine Army to Be
John Hoffman, a Bridal Veil, Or.,
logger, was drowned in a pond.
Senator Hoar Eulogized the the flrm attitude assumed by the state How Islands Are Scoured for ter arrived todav and took part lu tn*
plied W ith It.
department toward the Turkish gov
proceedings of the governors of West
Tbe election in Louisiana resulted in
ernment in tbe prosecution ot its claim
ern states, who have met to discus»
a sweeping victory tor ths Democrats.
for damages to American missionary
subject* of interest to this section.
Tbe Ameer of Afghanistan warns
property caused something ot a sensa
After a general discussion, tbe com FRESH
England of Russian aggression on In ROLL CALL OF DEAD STATESMEN tion in diplomatic circle« today. Three PROMISED JOBS AND GOOD PAY mittee appointed to formulate resolu
■ ucceseive American ministers have
tions against the leasing of public arid
prosecuted these claims; each received
lands bv the general government and Iinpoaaiwr.ity nt Fru.(J|n<
Harry F. Allen, defaulting clerk of
Ar« a promise of prompt settlement, and 10,000 Already Booked for Paclfie demanding the cession of such lands tc
Aa Interesting Collection of Items Frei
th» Hoof or B»frl(»rat.r a..r t*
Denver county treasurer's office, was
Coast of America aud Twice as
yet not a dollar ha« been paid.
the several state* should any change it
the Two IIrmlipherea Freaented
arrested in San Francisco.
der Kxlstln, Cou.lluuu,
European diplomats that is an old ex
In a C’end wnoed Form.
the present system be made, reported
Canada will repeal the alien labor
perience, and they have consequently
the following, which were adopted:
law which was aimed at American
Washington, April 23.—w»r
been somewhat surprised at the an
Tacoma, April 21.—According to an
“Resolved, That the people of th*
Congress will adjourn in June.
Washington, April 19.—For more
miners in the Atlin district.
nouncement that Die United States /ffieer of the Northern Pacific steam- states here represented are opjosed »'>- ment officials have been comp, Lj
War taxes will not be reduced at
Great battles have taken place be
government is actually going to insist ihip Goodwin, over 10,000 Japanese solutely to anv legislation or any action resort to the use of canned
Ihis session of congress.
tween government troops and rebels in senator from Massachusetts, occupied upon performance, instead of promise. sere booked for passage to this coast in of anv kind looking to, or having for it» ’or iue subsistence oi tli. aruir ,
the atention of the setiate with a speech
Minister Angell, after trying his Kobe and Yokohama, in the two weeks object, the leasing of the public land» Philippines. This is due to ¿j*
Great Britain will levy a tax on the United states of Colom Im.
in opposition to the policy of “imper
mines to pay the expenses of the war.
Thirteen persons were drowned by ialism” U|«m which he maintained this hand at collection for two years, rec , preceding the sailing of the Goodwin of the United States by the genera) that it is absolutely C"—ntial th.
soldiers shall l>e served with freik
ommended that a United States war irom Japan. Of this large army of government or any angency thereof.
A burglar entered a saloon in Che the capsizing of a boat while crossing government had embarked.
and because of the impos»il4|lty
ship be sent to «eize Smyrna and col joolies, over 3,400 arrived on the sound
halis, Wash., and took $500 in silver.
pared, the address was 50,000 words in lect revenues at the custom-house there
viding refrigerator licet or eattl*
Work on the dam at Croton Land length, but Hoar omitted much of it, sufficient to meet our claims. This Inside of three days; the Riojun Marti laws providing for the control, man hoof under existing conditions. £
Four men were killed and several in
having 1,300 aboard, the German agemeut and disposal of the public aric
jured in a drunken riot of coal miners
suggestion was not seriously entertain »teamer Milos 1,014, and the Goodwin lands of the United States are best the bulk of the army was 1,„
grippe, from which he was suffering
the protection of the state troops.
near Johnstown, l’a.
ed, nor is it now. In the first pl ice, 1,117, while the Braemar is following adapted to the needs and requirement; seashore and at easily iic<-«..5il,la
Lora Roberta sharply criticises the He apoke for three hours, and, while it according to the state department offi with 1,016 of them, and several other of the country, and conducive to thf there was no difficulty in p
Heavy rain and snow storm« in tbe
was a tremendous strain upon him, tbe
vicinity of Denver are causing much ability of Generals Buller and Warren. more important passages of the argu cials, the most important business in »hips clearing for Portland and other settlement and occupancy thereof by them with fresh meats, but co
London papers maintain there is noth
terests in Smyrna are in the hands of sirts containing the remainder of this
have now changed, an 1 the
delay to railroad traffic.
bona fide settlers.
ment were delivered with force aud
ing left for Buller but to resign.
foreigners, not Turks, and a bombard- irmy of coolie laborers.
“Resolved, third, That if it shall b< scatteretd among 16o points in i»*
John Hannigan, aged 63, one of the
' ment by a United States fleet might
Orders have been given to turn the
According to this officer, immigra found that the present laws affecting parts of the archipelago, a gTBat
best-known horse trainers in the coun
The speech was brilliantly written,
trans [orts Tartar and Westminster was illuminated with splendid rhetori result in a pretty bill for damages tion agents have been “working” the the arid lands are not satisfactory tc of them at considerable distant
try, died at Mildale, Ky.
over to their owners. The government • cal figures, aud was rich with citations against us. Then, as tnere is still a igricnltural districts of Japan for re the congress of the United States, ther the nearest shipping point. n1W(
Two Mexican outlaws held up a
bus no longer any need for their serv from history. One of the notable parts remnant of a Turkish navy, the United cruits, telling the Japs that all they we favor a cession of the said arid land; no cattle available, and the re,
gambling house in Johnnon, Arizona, ices.
State« would have to send a squadron, nave to do is raise $60 in gold to be to the several states wherein they art ated beef which has heretofore
I of the address was the eulogy of Agui-
an<l killed a prominent mining man.
instead of a single ship. Such a move
The will of a woman who died in . naldo. Hoar did not liken the insnr- ment would, without doubt, be resent :ransported to a country flowing with situated under such terms and condi the principal basis of sutwisten,^
Rev. William J. Rutledge, of Jack
Topeka, Kas., recently, liequeaths the ’ gent leader to Washington, as has been ed by the remainder of Europe, which milk aud honey, and where every man tions as will guarantee the benefits o: the troops cannot he preeeived in
sonville, 111., prominent Methodist greater part of a fortune of $250,000 done heretofore, but to Kossuth, Oom
will be given an easy position at $1 a the free homestead laws to the peopl* condition long enough to res h
could not contemplate with equanimity day gold. Toprove they are telling
minister and originator of the G. A. for the founding of the University of Paul, Joubert aud Nathan Hale,
of the United States, and that will pre of the inland posts. Consequent,
un action by the United States that the truth, these agents show letters
IL, is dead, aged so
became necessa.^ to look f rsom»j
statecraft, he likened Aguinaldo and
would perhaps destroy the fruits of Irom Japs in this country and photo- vent said land» either by fee simple able substitute, and »he Amer
The legislature of Trinidad has re
Harry B. Wandell, city editor of the
many years’ work of the greatest Euro- jraphs of them dressed equal to the
jected the offer of Canada for recipro
passing into the possession or control canned roust beef was the only tin
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, au<l his Filipinos to the best minds ever pro- |>ean statesmen by precipitating a final white merchants in the ports.
cal trade and adopted the convention
of large companies, syndicates, copror- found to meet the requirement«.
With Bnch bright prospects in view,
The suggestions for its use
with the United States.
the Canary islands, valued at from handed down to us “the Kcriptures of
Therefore, the important step to be the parents'of a large family of boys atfons or wealthy individuals in larg< originally from the suosistence
the Old aud New Testaments, the
Fourteen thousand people have en $10,000,000 to $20,000,000.
taken by our government will not be ire induced to borrow money on their
poetry ot David, the eloquen e of
and under such conditions that the sev in the Philippines, and the chief
gaged ]ias»age from Pacific coast porta
The Sultan of Turkey for the third Isaiah, tbe wisdom of Solomon aud the warlike, but will still suggest in a farms, or to raise it by mortgaging the eral states may have the income aris missarv officer at Manila recently»
to Cape Nome, Alaska, on the first
earnings of the lioys and the farm for
bled a requisition lor an iinniedute 1».
fleet of steamers, which sails alxiut time announces his intention to in profound philosophy of Paul.’’
felt by the United States at the betray (60. The agent engages passage for ing from said lands to be devoted tc livery of about 100,000 cans of
crease lutien 3 per cent. The power*
< )ne of the most effective parts of the
will address another note to the port* speech was his fancied roll-call of al of Turkish promises. How this at them in the steerage of some of the thereof for settlement by bona tide citi beef and subsequent deliveries att
Two hundred or 300 families bought stating their objections to such au in
titude will bear upon the Turkish min trans-Pacific steamships for $30 each,
rate of about 50,000 cans a
some of the distinguislied statesmen of
1,200 acres of land near Eugene, Or., crease.
ister in Washington cannot lie foretold the balance being his commission; but zens.”
the United States on the question of
Governor Lee, of South Dakota, wa; Acting Comimssarv-General We
with the intention of dividing it up
which he can only oollect after the
presented the matter to the secretin
A party of three scientists have the retention of tha Philippines,
into 40-acre tracts and working on the
lutelv been iinentangled in the negotia »migrants have arrived in this country, the onlx one who opposed the resolution.
began with George Washington and
of war with a strong indoriemen: J
tions of the American claims, but that is the law requires each Japanese to
he proposition. As a measure of g.
the unknown portion of Northeastern closed with William McKinley, each '
believed that the demand for et-ssioi
Burglars at Toronto, Ont., dug Siberia. One object of their trip will in a sentence giving a reason for his fact might not save him from being have at least $30 on his arrival here. to the states should be put first. A ■erne caution, however, Secretary l.,(
through the nine-inch brick wall of be to determine whether or not the vote. Every vote was in the negative, '
Not one of these men come to this form of letters to tie sent out to othei decided to get a personal opinion in,
the vault of St. Simon’s church with American Indian 1» descended from except that of Asron Burr, who voted country’s laches. The minister, how- I country expecting to clear the forests governors was adopted.
.Major-General Otis before taking tai
ever, is very popular in Washington.
crowbars and picks and stole $1,175, Asiatio stock.
or to till the ground, but every one has
“Yes,” and said: "You are repeating j
action. A cable message oi inqugy
The proved claims against Turkey in been led to believe an easy position at
the Easter offering.
was forwarded at once, and Genenl
The mountain which overlook« the my buccaneering expedition down the
Conditions in faminn-stri'-ken India town of Klappi, in Bohemia, where a Mississippi. I am to be vindicated at clude about $300,000 for the destruc good wages in white men’s houses Mexican Indian Bebels Still Full ol Otis’ reply was received today. ]«
are deplorable. Sixty millions of peo landslide recently occurred, has under last.” When the name of William:
text was not made public, but Its«,
ple are suffering and 80,000,000 are in gone a seismic disturbance which is McKinley was called, he replied: which admitted of practically no dis- j This officer says if something is not
San Francisco, April 23.—Henry oral character may be dearly infmsj
dire distress, and only 5,000,000 are spreading throughout the entire prov "There has lieen a cloud before my
of $10,0(10, which was presented by ese before the year is out at least 20,- Hoahstey, of Oakland, who has re from the fact that instru tion» h»n
receiving government aid.
been sent to Colonel Alexander,
ince. The heights of the Bohemia vision for a moment, but I see clearly Secretary Olney.
900 more of them will be booked for turned from the seat of the Yaqni war, commissary officer at Chicago, tor
In New York, a school of voice cul middle range are moving and houses now, 1 go back to what I said two
this coast, as there are fully 100 agents
’Forcible annexation is
ture was begun on a portentious scale and churches have collapsed in some years ago:
STORIES OF REFUGEES.
The Mexicans sent out word that th* range for the immediate dispatch i:i
in the various provinces ol Japan, work
st Carnegie Hall, under the direction 80 villages.
Railway embankments criminal aggression; governments de
was over, but at the same time large quantity of roast beef to Sa
of Giacomo Minkowsky, called tbe have been moved, streams diverted aud rive their just powers from the consent Boers Sahl to B*« Preparing to Destroy ing up the lower class of Japs to raise 4,000 troops were hastening to th* Francisco for shipment to Manila!»
f60 each to reach a land where they
of the governed, not of some of them, i
Metro|»ilitan School of Voice and Sing roads sunk.
the first available steamer. Spe&.
but of ail of them.’ I will stand with | London, April 21.—A cable this I can make moie money in one year than fiont. The Yaquis have about 6.00C precaution will be taken to secure t»
ing. Edouard de Reezke and Mme.
The proceedings of the naval strategy the fathers of the revolution.
men under anus. They have Reming
Nordic* will give scholarships to the bourd will be secret.
morning states that the Natal Mercury
ton and Mauser rifles and Isiws and liest quality of beef and to insure:»
stand with the founders of the Republi publishes accounts of newly arrived
I»wt gifted pupils under Minowsky.
They have two cannons that proper care and preservation at 11
The Ohio anti-bicycle law was de can party.”
Maurice Grail and Andrew A. McCor
refugees, who tell of elaborate prepara
captured from 200 Mexicans. stages of its long journey to the I’hiLp-
The effect was dramatic.
As Hoar ’ tions which are being made for the de
mick are lending their influence. Min clared unconstitutional.
Lively Day at the Croton Valley The Mexicans keep to the roads and pines.
kowsky is a composer of note.
Democrats, Populists and Silver Re pronounced his peroration, the stillness struction of all the «hafts in the mines
towns, while the Yaquis hold the Sier
KISSED THE BIG GIRLS.
in the chamber was intense, Applause around Johannesburg. The scheme is
have fused in Nebraska.
The Paris exposition was formally
N. Y., April 21.— ras. Mexicans estimate the Y'aquis at
Fire in a tenement house at Newcas hushed quickly by the president pro
This was by far the liveliest day in and 15,000, but the population of Sonora i-
Agaiii«*t a Reedvilli
of the state mining engineer, who has irouml Croton valley since the strike at least 120,000, and half of them an Charge Made Teacher.
Filipinos are again active near tle, l’a., caused the death of four per tern.
requisitioned all the copper wire in the began, 17 days ago. The civil and mili Yaquis.
The Indians have a peculiat
Hillsboro, Or., April 21.—A «won
town for the purpose of making connec tary authorities played a very import- system
for keeping their treasury ÌD complaint, signed by N. I’. Oakeran
One man was killed and a boy fatal
mt part in the day’s proceedings, and funds. The warrior« alternate betweer and 11 other patrons of school district
ly injured in a $4(10,000 tire which oc U|«>n planks. Expansion will be th* naval appropriation bill in tho house
Week* must elapse before General
today was confined closely to the «ob Carrington who has arrive.! at Beira, he result is that now 26 Italians are the firing line and working in the miner <o. 29, dirjeted against U. 8. Me-
curred in Brooklyn.
behind prison bars awaiting examina and on the ranches. Tkeir wages g< llargue, tho principal of the Reedrilb
ject matter of the bill, and was, as a
Charles H. Allen, of Massachusetts,
will tar able to concentrate his force on tion on charges of inciting riot and
During a tire in a coal mine near
to the common fund. V, ithin the ]asf
rule, devoid of interesting feature«.
Pittsburg, l’a., one man perished and was nominated for governor of Puerto The question« of armor plate and the the borders of the Transvaal or ap with carrying weapons to indict l odily two weeks several engagements havt school, was today forwarded to the
state department of public instruettoa
two others hi the pit escaped.
injury. Sheriff Molloy, of Westchester
buiding of warship« in government
rumor in circulation at Loureneo county, secured 32 warrants for the ar been fought in whch the government at Salem, asking that the teacher’s cer
yard», a« yesterday, attracted most at Marques, a Boer force has lieen sent to
During the siege of Ladysmith, Gen
troops were generally victorious. In tificate lie revoked. Tlie petition al
eral White’s total losses from all Chicago and Joliet have closed down tention. The general debate was dosed intercept General Carrington, but it is rest of leaders of the strikers, and also a recent engagement between a party leges that Mcllargue has been guilty of
search warrants for the houses in the
today and tomorrow tha bill will be
causes were ltlt) officers mid 8,1(13 men. ou account of labor troubles.
not thought to Ire ol sufficient strength Italian colonies where the lalsirera pf insurgents, the government reports gross misconduct, and’ that dnnig
17 Yaquis 'lead on the field. Only on* school hours he has been guiltv of ty
In a speech on tho Philippine ques read under the live-minute rule.
British people insist on a change in
to cause anxiety.
Jive, from Judge Smith, at Sing Sing, ■Mexican, an officer, was killed, but ing the older girls, much ‘‘to their dis
the army service, owing to the unsatis tion, Senator Hoar said that the war
According to a dispatch from Lady last night. This fact became known
A BATTLE AT CAGAYAN.
gust and annoyance;’’ and, further,
factory conduct of the camiaiigu againsl to date had cost 0,01)0 lives.
smith, dated today, the Boers are much last night, mid more than 100 Italians many were wounded.
An Albany, Or., mini, whose son is a TrtgitlN Altarkect ('nn***i$ Troops In Mln- disconcerted by the present condition ‘led from their homes during the night NOVEL PLAN OF ROBBERY. that owing to this conduct, many of th»
larger girls are remaining away fr tn
Their fortifications and io avoid arrest.
Three men are said to have found oornetist, but lost his hand, has had a
it was said today
McHargue is chargd with
Manila, April 19.—Twelve hundred forces, numliering alrout 15,000 men, that fully 150 of the men who had Chicago Police lla*e n New and Comp school.
gold in quartz formation within two left-handed cornet made for the boy.
licated Hold-up to Investigate.
voting at n school meeting ata Janiuuy
miles of Joplin, Mo., which assays $40
The historical church of Notre Dame Tngals attacked Case's battalion, head are spread over ridges in contempla 'truck for higher wages hsd gone to
Chicago, April 23.—J. H. Smith, session, while his name does not ap
to $80 a ton.
des Vortus, on tho outskirts of Paris, quarters of the Fortieth regiment, at tion of a British advance through the New York aud Syracuse, where they
of an organization styled the pear on the tax roll for IBM, Ona
have secured other places.
A Chinaman, pressing documents was pillaged, then burned by vandal«.
Industrial Trades Union, at 151-153 singular statement in the complaint u
The Americans had 15 casualties, while which has not been occupied.
bearing the seal of the court of Peking,
Commodore Cowie, U. 8. N., has
Boer patrols are active and constantly ties, escorted by company D, of the Michigan avenue, was arrested last the allegation that at the March «ch- l
identifying him as empeior, was arrest sailed for the Philippines on the of the attacking force 50 were killed ,
night, charged with robbery and dis meeting the principal accused one ol
Seventh regiment, arrived at the Bow orderly conduct on a warrant issued by
ed at Wu Chang.
steamer Dorio, to take charge of the
the complainants of “killing hi« (com
The enemy, numbering 150 riflemen,
Day in tile Senate.
I erv about 9 o’clock, where they imme Justice Martin, on complaint of Frank
The University of Edinburgh, Scot machine a ho]» at the Cavite navy yard. ! the rvmaiiidei being Isilomen, archers
plainant's) eldest son.’’
General Montenegro, one of the Fili and mounted s|a<*rmen, swoojH'd dow n
land, conferred the degree of LL I), on
Gustavson, a carpenter.
charges and others of like nature, th»
Joseph H. Choate, United states am pinos' best lighters, has surrendered to in a howling mass at daylight, sur|.ris ance with the recommendation of the
Gustavson says he was sununond to petitioners ask that the state certificate
Colonel Smith in the mountain» near ing and killing three of the sentries. | president in hi« message sent to con ! md whenever they came across a per the offices of the union by a letter ask of McHargue be revoked.
bassador to Great Britain.
gress yesterday, the senate today passed son for whom they had a warrant, ing him to accept a position as fore
At New York, 5,000 cigarmaker«, Camaliug, in the province of I’angusi- They swarmed through the streets in j a joint resolution providing for
the ad- hey placed him under arrest. There man over a number of carpenters.
Fight With Cattls Thl.vea,
employed by six of the largest firms in
ministration of civil attairs in l'uerto was not the slightest resistance made Gustavson said that after conversing
Salt Lake, April 23.— A special »
ladders, by means of which they at
that city, hate been locked out.
In the Bowery, with Smith a few minutes, Smith drew the Tribune from Thompson'«, Utah,
Rico, pending the appointment of offi- except by one man.
cigar factories in New York city, the tempted to enter the houses.
reason is given for the action.
cers under the Puerto Rican goveru- nine prisoners were captured. The a revolver and told him to throw up says: Mr. Fullerton, manager of th*
Rufus Wright, a millionaire Hill!
| sheriff then went to the other side of his hands. Smith, he said, then went Webster City Cattle Company, yester
cigarmaker» has been increased to and formed in the plaza, an<< eompauiet ment law, recently enacted.
treasurer of the firm of Morgan A
The Alaska civil code bill was again the river and scoured the houses on through his pockets and took $46 and day discovered two men mutilatu><
Wright, bicycle tire manufacturent,
In some valuable papers aixl told him h* brands on his cattle. They threaten»!
under consideration the debate con top of the hill and in little Italy.
Twelve hundred Tagalos attacked quenl street tight lasted 20 minutes.
was fatally shot by a woman m < hb ago.
tinuing on the llansbrough alien min this round-up. which lasted nearly four would shoot him unless he kept bit to shoot and he retreated. With th«
Case’s battalion headquarters at Caga- I
Twelve of the wounded American»
Carter presented hours, 16 prisoners vesue captured.
The cruisers Detroit and Marblehead van, island of Mindanao, but were re are now on l«>ard the hospital «hip ers’ amendment.
mouth shut. Two men. both of whom assistance of Sheriff l’resse and pi«*,
Many of the most peaceful of the wore stars, pl act* I Gustavson, under the thieves were overtakeir-il) mil«
and gunboats Bennington and Concord pulsed with a loss of 50 killed and 80 Relief. The enemy withdrew to the formally his substitute for the Hans-
brough amendment and delivered a
have been ordered out of commission, wouuded. Americans had tive casual mountains in great confusion.
arrest, he declares, obeying Smith’s north of here anil ordered to surrender
At 8 o’clock
speeoh in support of it. Spooner antag ««•k wotk elsewhere.
owing to the lack of a sufficient number ties.
command. The alleged officers, Gus The thieves showed tight, and were fol
General Montenegro, one of the in
onised l>oth the original and substitute this morning work was resumed the
Sixteen month« have elapsed since surgents' best fighters, has surrendered amendments, holding that the courts 'ame as yesterday, but there were no tavson says, then took him into a hall lowed six miles further north, all w
way, where they made him sign a pa changing shots, one of the outlaws be
The Chinese government has sent the sultan of Turkey promised to pay to Colonel Smith in the mountiansneat
more laborers on hand.
per, the contents of which he was un ing instantly killed. The dead ®aa
7,000 troops t<> Shan Ting to suppress $IM),000 indemnity (or the destruction t 'amling, in the province of Tat lac, ought to settle the conflicting claims
the “Boxers. ” However, it i« notori- of American missionary property dur- where, with General Macabulos, h* without interference by congress.
RppMlring the Boston.
able to read. The alleged officers. answers the description of “Flat Nose
out that the majority of the tnsqw are (ng the riots of 1 hm 5. The usual sharp bad been trying to reorganise the Fili
Washington, April 20 —The taiard of Gustavson said, gave him a dollar after George, and investigation proves alm'14
member* of the same society.
pino army. Colonel Smith, with tiv*
Manila, April 21.—The military survey in the case of the United states he had signed the paper and told l.L.L conclusively that he is one of the me«
lint is neceimary.
that robbed the train of the Union P»‘
The transport latke Erie, with up-
The secretaiy of war has ordered an coin|MUiies of the Seventeenth infantry, commission which tried three Filipino« cruiser Boston has reported to the navy
Gustavson then reported the matter ciflc railroad about a year ago H»
want» of 500 lransiaal prisoners, in- investigation of ths case of Major nearly surrounded the force of Monte at Loallamba for guerrilla warfare has department that the ship can be re-
eluding French. German and Russian Knight,
States Migineer, negro, who, discouraged by the im- found all three guilty and sentenced pure-1 at a cost of $175,000, or one- to the Central police station. Smith has been brought to Thopnison'»! f
memlwrs of the foreign legion, captured ( barged with interfering with Fathet (sissibilty of making his men stand two of them to life imprisonment and half of the original estimate, and the «t the station said he had never before identification. Men are now on d>»
at Boshof, sailed from Cape Town for Tierney, of the Roman Catholic church, against the Americans, surrendered, one to 80 years’ imprisonment. work has been ordered done at the •een Gustavson. He will have a hear way from Cheyenne to identify him.
ing this afternoon.
I Major-General Otis ha.« approved the Mare island navy-yard.
in the performance of his dutle«.
All Quiet at Croton Dam.
The insurgents have attacked San findings, but has reduced the sentences
Norway Buylnc War Supplies.
The Western hemlock is to be the
l.ATge 1 im port At Ion of Opium.
The trial of Ferico Pipin, who
Croton Landing, N. Y.. .April 23 —
Jose, in the province of Batangaa, and ! to 15 years. Two Ladrones convicted
Stockholm. April 21.—The riksdag Everything was quiet in the strike «*•
subject of a s|>eei*l investigation thia
cently led a small uprising against
San Francisco, April 20.—The larg-
Santa Crus, on the lake, fruitlessly.
of murder have been sentenced to be
has vote.1 3.000,000 kroner for ammu nation today. The same men who w
government ot Han to Domingo, has summer by the division of forestry, and
hanged at O’Donell.
euded with the conviction of th« pris a party of ex]>ert» will spend several
The fiist American coal ever shipped:
rive in this port was that brought here nition and rifles. 13.000,000 for new ported yesterday to the summons of H ‘
Bell artillery, 320.000 for volunteer whistle at 7 A. M. reported for wcrt
oner, who was sentenced to 20 years' inouths in the I'uget sound region mak to Japan has at arrived Nagasaki, Th*
!’a|«er made from aeawee«! Í» so trans in the Nippm Mara. The opium is
imprisonment and to pay a tins of $30,• ing observations and measurements ol steamer Needless has reached that port parent that it is used for windows in worth $0 »0.000, and the duty amounts rifle associations, and has agreed to in agian this morning, bringing a d>
tense the new naval construction esti more with them. At the quarry 13*
that species of hemlock.
with 6,000 tons from Virginia.
000 in gold.
stead of glass.
mates for 1901 to J,725,000 kroner.
men Appeared tor work.
Food for Indian Famine» nufforert.
Former Secretarv of the Interior
Tailors* ttlspiite Setltrg.
Rlllrtl If|< father to H bv « III« Mother.
Kn«« Waa Too Strong.
Mrs. James G. Rlaine is collecting
Canal Bill Changed.
Hoke Smith has sold hi« Atlanta, (is,,
Anderson, Ind., April 21.—John
Chicago, April 19. —Tailors wh
Lewiston, Idaho, April 23._ Mrs
her hushaud'a letters for publication in
Washington, April 23.—The ho®*
iepartment has secured a 5,000-ton
Journal to a Boston syndicate.
David Watson, an aged lady residing committee on interstate and f< reu’1
(ierm uiv and Russia are sai l to bars
to work today, the contract betweeu instantly killea by his son, Thomas E. deamer to carry the wheat and other
Workingmen In California are be- the Journeymen Tailors’ Union and fli* 7 Kislmore, aged 20. The son claims he 'ood supplies collected by charitable «lx miles east of Lewiston, died at 10 commerce today made an ini| rt*n’
reached an agreement as to railway
I’cfock tonight. Ye.ter.lay afternoon
coacsMtoaa. practically dividing Asia "oming alarmed at th* steadily in- 1'ailors’ and Draper«* Exchange haviug killeil hi" father to save his mother’s I organizations in New York to the «he drank half a bottle of cherrv pec change in the Hepburn Nicer
bill, striking out the provision f »r f,ir’
Minor between them.
lieen drawn up aud signed by represen aud his own lift, both of whom had
toral, and soon collapsed into an un- tifleatione and thus providing wh*1 ”
tatives of laah l>adiea last night. Th* !wu attacked hr the elder Ro. I more
Cyril Arthur Pearson, principal
Spokane. Wash., April 21.—The xmecioue .tote, from which she never expected to become a on pf
Mrs. Kodmore had trustees of the Spokane Exposition recovered.
exchange «ins every point in the con with a hatchet.
owner, manager and whtor of Pearson’«
The amendment was propo* I ' t-“?’
Ba< k shop* are refused. file I suit for divorce.
maganne and many other journals, field that a coni)>auy incorporated id troversy.
'ompany have raise«I $42 OJO for the
retsentative Barham, of Cali nl>-
intends sltortly to launch a London Mother state aud not registered tn The only point conceded by the toaeet
Infic tiou« disease« are unknown in erection of a permanent exposition
The chairman of the committee was
daily newspaper modeled on American Penns« lvalue cannot rev-over in an was in regard to bu«helmen. who ar* Greenland, on account of the dry, cold ' «tiding this summer, and bolding the E. l>tn»s, of this city, jumped form the
Brook.yn bridge at 2 o’clock this after strncted to offer the same upon «' t”1 ’
allowed to remain with the union
«unual fair next Octo!-er.
»•ration of the bill at th- | per tn»*
soon without serious injuries
Ex-President Cleveland says the point lost by the strikers is the reten-
An immense body of crystallised
as a committee amendment
lead ore has law-n found on ths outskirts Nicaragua canal should be regarded as
The amendment was agreed I
'Jie United Mates’ gift to the world.
Pittsburg. April 31.—WoM has lieen
of Helena. Mont.
without some expression of re’u to»**
While in th* Philippine* Gen
Li<|n<>r exports to Cul>a, INirto Ri«x>
post treaty with New Zealand, which »use Electric Company has closed
rblgw» ( »'pm<nyt ioevrpomted at Trvn- but with a view to overcoming oppott”
and the Philippines have decreased Whi-eler learned several Filipino dia
a few d.y, a«o. with a nomma, tion and securing action.
■ontlaet« for the equipment of the
lects, which he cau s]«>«k with (air
since the >paui«h war.
robbers partly wre»-«ed the safe in th»
Metropolitan underground railway of •spital Vf 1100.000. which m.r b» ln-
Lnenmatlvs Kn«lnr«r *111*3.
In the last 80 years 9,575 lives «era
stats l>aak of W est Pullr.iaa, bat failed negotiated with a uuiul>er of other gov- Paris, and the suburlmn line« of the rVS7 ?L,ÀÛ’000’'XW’ oi whl' h «O.-
Vancouve«, B. C., April 23.—Re***
lost in and alsiut the authracite coal
to «eeure the $10.00*) inside. Ins ex srnm •nts.
railroa.1 de I’Ouest of Franc«.
The X»0. o , m .h.ll bs 7 per cent cumulative <5oamee, freight engineer "ti the > «n*‘
ise! a cotton yarn trust, the objset be plosion attract*! two policemen
nimes of Pennsylvania.
■eeterred Mock and $40.000.000 nvm- lian Pacific, was instaitly kil *'1 •*
non i, «H
Naval authorities hate decidtwl that ing to meet grow mg competition from robber on guard fired a shot into ths
Beaver canyon, while taking s trsts
th« United States.
air, and the men in-*ide escape«! from a from Rolt. u state that Henry McAfee. -OA.U of Parts with electric current, »rominent Steel bridge mauufacturwg
Guam strategically is o( scarcelr lese
He was going at tbe n‘'"
The president of the Mexico, Cuerna- rear window Cunou«ly enoug.1, ths
value than Hawaii, and hare l>egua
30 miles an hour, when the sag®*
• negro, accused of an attempted «nd has eqnippel tbe movable sidewalk lompanies of the countrr. |t ia
J ’’ M r“"n * «O «r* «n crashed into a rock slMe. Th» 1
the pn*|<amt'-.'>n» of plans to make It va.-a A Pacific railroad aays Mexico is lime lock mechanism was not injured, asrault O|" S a Mrs. Saunders, in Hinds st the exposition as well a* an electnc
out of the mout iiii|«'rtaul naval )>aaas just entering a remarkable era of rail •nd this morning ths door was thrown eonaty. was hanged by a mob tn front railway which runs through the expo Inan.e the consolkation. the negntia- motive and three cars Sopplel "re- «”
Vti the i'aaitio.
•hich w»ra «aned
a Stomee was thrown against a pr I*"*
i>( th« Bi aosville school bouse.
i“< rock, which piercer his tsfflj
«ith a v
a « cbl.
Ing ot «
io It, (