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EVENTS OF THE DAY
Epitome of the Telegraphic
News of the World.
TERSE TICKS KKOM THE WIRES
An lalerealln allflluN ul Hems from
Iks Ta H.nUiik.m rml.4
la a C'nilMs4 Fwimi
Thre iopl war hill ud lo death
lu lira in a Hrooklytt Hal.
President M'Kinxjr aill make
lour of 1'iirlci Ul.o nd Cub.
(inly Iwu man rr killed In tltv
Wardner (I1UI10) (ulna diaualar.
Tan deal be aa imiiIi of auicide,
and a rtdelit ia the -iconl of on" Hull'
day In liieater New York.
Germany la now eatd In b aeeklug
an ally and wanla Ida fni'inlahip of
Pncle ham. tleiinau Amhaa-ador ton
Hollaheii liaa been ooiiiUiImmmii w (u
art tin whatever itiffarrncKa rx.al.
An arra of blockt in Ilia 3Nili
ward in " Itimilljrn was Inundated by
raging waters, which wanhed nut Ilia
fundal inna of lioii.e, lora down trolley
and telegraph pol.a. linpr i-one I l
iu lliali home.
Cliallra V. Miller, of Chicaipi, laat
year' an day champion, won llm grant
bicycle rao al .Mndmou-Suare iaid.-n
gam Una year, healing Ilia wot Id'
raiil (lua own) by 94 unh Mr ma la
3,007 uiilca, an i lea tod dut 'J t In. tin
In Ilia 141.
Unprwn.lante.1 aaataey ol-laiiia aa lit
the condition of Ilia coimlrnM ion of
Ilia hhamruck. Ilia challenger for Ilia
Amarlra'a cup. Not merely ate Ida
Hioal ilricl pre. antiuiia takan l pa
tent a leakage of Ilia detaila of liar roil-
Iruclinn, hill avail ilia place where alia
ia (wing built ta kepi secret. '
The foreign exhibitor! have tieen earl
rim It affected by Ilia d.s'i.i.ui of Ilia
I'arta appeal ouurl in rejecting ilia anil
of Nwiaa euibruiderer aifant't a Krrnoli
manufacturer who copied hit designs.
Th effect ul Ilia dectaiou ia Dial de-
Igna eud patlcina lu the. iuri-iifu ex
hibit of IWUO mar be copied with iiu
pnnliy ljr French inaniifi. liners, uu
laaalh exhibitor ' weae! a manu
factory In Prauco. ,
Tha ball la abiu Manrarliuaatla al'rm k
raaf or luukan olwit notion iirar I)ia
mnml raaf, off l a.lla William, UnTr-
i 1 . 1 VI V l.ll t
niir a iniiu, i. i wiini. iin .hj
from Ilia batT-xaiJ to Ilia naval an
clioraa off Ti'mi'kin.ville, IV I. I I, a
ilamaga wrooglil aonalilarablr
(Taalar than aa at llial aiiiHw.l,
anl It la Miavl fully vU ilata will la
raqu1a. to 'Ul ttio taaaat in cti.l i I i.in
to go to irj, van II alit ii not vitally
Til pollary tiuat liaa roiiiili-tr. ill
niganiaallon uml.r Ilia l.i ul Nt'W
Jaraay; capital, .'0,M0,lKi0.
' Slaarnrr llouuianla liaa aill fiotu
Havaanah ll Havana Willi Ida flrat
ragiiiiant. North Carolina, to livlp gur
riann Ilia turbulaut city.
Tha i'aria ooiirt ol raMntinn licit
granla.1 a atay of irnoaailinga in Ilia
I'loquart trial, aiol Iharabr invokavl III
lurr of tlit anil Draylua prana.
A minion aull Involving proparty
aluad at 3, 000,000 Imi liaan anlaroj
In tli cooMi ol t'alifmula by a Mnn
tana aynlioal againat prominent t'uli.
fouila oiitulitia. .
In raoant aubllo lilraa In Wmli
tnglon tViunl vnndoalaan aaiil that the
only TI Toluntaara among lira l'nita.1
Hlalaa trinipa during Ilia lata war war
Ik Ihiogh Hidar.
It it now undaraliMMl tliat MaJr-(tan
aial Jainrt K. Wa.1, (iraaidant ol Hi
Unilad Hlalaa rai'uuliun oonnnltlae,
will b appolnleil by Trail, lanl MrKin
Ivy milita7 goTarnor ul waalarn Cub,
Th luprein oniut uf Nabraaka ha
deoitlail Ibat III IromUuian ul t-i-Stat
Traamrai llailla) will bav to timka
food tliat ottloiatl builana ami tlral
nga fruin lb atata, luouutiiig In all
10 alwut 1700,000.
D. U. Howard, a Naw Mailco rittla
daalar, with two datacliyaa, Ii on lb
trail ol llilatt, th Kama plungar, on
whom Howard ia 40,(00 aboil. How
ard will auk lb govarnor of Kanaat to
laan raqnlaitmn paaia lor liia itrdl
tion to New Maiioo. "
Tha IlritUh Columbia mill- ara again
rtH-alvlng lumbar ordaif from I!h
Town, Houtb Africa, aftar prlKl of
two yean, during which I. til or no
nmirt wai thlpiKxl to that dialrkk
Two yeaaali aia at pra-ant nudar way
to Victoria to raval v caigoaa for Africa.
Bam Pnillh, tralnrobhar, liaa bean
aantancod to b hangad at Kldoradn,
Kan., for th mmdar ol oiltaan Hid
ford, who wat on of poat that rani-tod
Smith) and hi- iiartner, Tom Wind.
Vind plaa.la.1 Ql.y to taOomUlagra
pjurJer (md wai aantanoad to 10 yaait.
Th Ppanlali goyernnif nl hat iwuad
fiillo-ring wiinl (iftU'ial not rrlating
Ia lh. upMlli.titla rnfnraiiiM l.i llm t.iaa
tli Main in Ma mwiaag to eon
ra, "Hpln ha baan traali by tli
onqnaror with unaxamplad cruelly and
I rwaigned to bar lata; hut ah can not
tolaral Proaldent MoKlnley'a aicua.
tlon. for aba la oonaciou of her coin
Mltiar Hw llama.
Tn will of lha late Edward Anatln,
of Boaton, bM-uvualia 1, 100, 000 to
Th car lia recently Imued an edict
Ordering a trial by jury In Miliaria
Iter Jannaiy 1. v
Tb British gorarnmanl hat decided
fo make (eneiou grant fur the lelirl
of tbe dialrea anj damag canted by
th recent hnrrloan In th Vl In.
fll. ' .
(iiluiial William J. Ilryan hat da-
lia. hluiMill ai opMMcd to aipauaion.
pauianU opened fir Cuban
fiini'ral pnuriiiii in Havana, and
wounded aavi'ral. Ji' will probably
Ilv ilia fxpliwiun of a aball at Knit
('oiiMui.tnie, at ('ronalalt, Kn-ala, niim
toldirr war k i 1 1 and three oftlirre
iiihI aaan aoldiara Woiliidod.
Hy an aiploaiou In lb griat mill at
I'ultyivllla, Nala Tlmina- and t.'iatriii'
I iiiiikiih war killad outilghl a-id n ill
Maiklny waa fatally Injnrad.
The praaidmit and Iwrlv hava laft
Wabiriloii for a aaak'a trip through
tli rt ulh, lb prlumry objact baing lu
allaud the war )ubi iu Atlanta,
Clili'iigii pa kara will iand a larg
ainnuiit in luonay in rraoi log iiiiowum. .
a , , ,
aold aiorage pUula In hanliago and II-
vana lor Ilia rroriiioi-u.l aioriitg oi
fie-h uu at.
Kiuion, tba naw aanator from Ore
gon, baa Im'i ii placail iion tlie Inllow
lug ooiiiinltlca-T Mi lira, ainl Inuiiiig,
irrigation, ravululinnuty rlaiuia, I'oto
uiao river front and tiaapaaai upon
I'iV daath - fx-rnrrad- lnftntta,
Monl., ahli'h are cbiiina.1 lo have beau
rauaad by lb drradful atilphtil and
i.rnlu fiimra from the -uieller. Manyj
pv.iple rati do an are liming the
ill; to gal out of lua auioka.
Ilia probabl that Secretary Illia
will, within a abort .lime, n iidat-LU.
tralgnation In th president. '1la haa 1
bati tim atrp omlrr (xiiiauteralion lor
Kiln lima, deeming It liaceaaary Ibat
be abould bo frra to iloMn lour tim
to hi Urge liU'llitta inlaleat.
Tha UriM.ktya, Tela, (.'aatina and
Keaolula have beou ordarad lu Havana,
Willi ther la nut tb fdlntaat dratr
lo convey a threat in tb diapatcb ol
lhr-t warahlp tn Havana, it may be
noted thai when Ihry lie within the
barlior tliay will hold the tuwti in r
Th Clrarwalnr Hhorl Lin Hailway
Couiny, which la the official title of
tba branch Northern 1'aciilc cut off,
haa Bled rertiuVate in tba ofhVe of tb
aecrelary of alula at Olyuipla, d-aignat-iiK
Tboiiia IVi-pr aa Ha agent in
W aaluiigtoii, and allowing tb rout of
th propoatxl road, now umlci oouatruc
lion. Word haa baan received Irom Vnilail
Htatea Couaul Allan that Jobn t.. Flan
agan, the ronlldantlal clerk of Ueorg
W. Lake, a rich merchant ol Cbrmnl
io, who waa murdered Auguat ID, ha
Im-vii aruteiica.1 hy a coniular couil lo
linprleouniaiit for Ilia. Flanagan had
been nibbing liia employer yalamalio
ally and vximmittod th criuie to ouver
up hia mla-lcc la.
Tan men were kille.1 by tha axplo
alon of natural gaa al Caniioiirville, Ind.
One nian waa killixl and aeveral
f.ilally wounded at a arlimd eiitertaiu
maul at Chat lealon, W, Va.
Ilcliiy J. Nelligan, Oooktlmirga V.
Ileverly, Uith of company (1, Kit-t
Florida, atatiouel at lluntavilla, Ala.,
were killed lu ramp quarrrl.
A mooth gang of counterfeiter i at
woik in the Mi.ai-aippl valley. Th
connlaifalt ia, ol th ftaii.Uid ilvr
dollar. All of which have an far Uvn
diatiovared bear tb date of IhtiO. It ia
baliaved aninethiiig like SOO.000 of
them have gained circulation.
Kenalor Pavle, of the I'aria peao
oomiiiiaaion, In an Interview with a
London Paily Mall rorreKiidelit, de
clared in favor of a triple alliance be
tween th United Htatea, England and
Japan, lor tb protection of all their
interest north ol th eipiatur. i
Charlea Tiacy, aged 10, ihot and
1 ..... I I. i 1 1 . I T. l ...... ....... K..
Illll.llll Hllir.1 4IMI .viiiiim., v.lv.n.H I
ol Ira. nlawn cemetery, Indianapolia,
Ind. Tracy with a number ol other
.....1. nl ml.,,,
boy a waa near th cemetery throwing
now ball at pedeitrian. Hafuaing
lo denial h wat killed by Connur.
Tha thirtrrnth annual convention of
the American Federation of Labor mat
at Knn City, Mo. i Alxuit 150 dele-
gate from all part of the rtmntry were
pmenl; alao illiam Thorn and W il
liam Inakip, of London, raproaanting
th llritiib tiadea-union congreaa.
Tha Rrillah Columbian government
haa made a crown raaeive of all town-
ai tee and land oulald of th mining
field! in lb Lake Atlin dlatilct. Tin
waa recently announced pilvately by
Mr. C. Kelllin, premier ol British Co-
lumbia, to Hold Commiaaioner W. J. j
Kant, who baa Jut arrived in Beattl
Hoaaland' famoui La Roi mine la at
laat before London inventor. Th
London Ulob Corporation and th
Dritiah America CorMratlon bav In
rlta.1 aubarripliona to 800.000 ahareg
of CI encd In th L Hoi Company, lid.
Tt.tm hHN,kB.a M.lnA la f DIA AAA
bl In oaah In fully paid ahar'e. leaving '"-. " ft i' ' n
50,000 (or he working capital. orld, rolled at :80 o'ol.Kk tliia
' I afternoon. Il went down with a craab,
Tb Vnltad Slate internment la not 'and roar Ilk a gieat exploaion. Ma
aware that any arrangement ha been aonrv of araiiite hliK-k and tarlcke to
mad lor the tranaler of tba title of tha
namo.xn laianna io nermany, ami Demg
one or the partle to tba tripartite
agreamenl under which Samoa la now
govrnel, It la not conceivable that
any change In tbe atatna of the laland
ean be made without the knowledge of
tli la government.
Lon Fatter, who fought under the
great Napoleon, haa juat celebrated hi
Uflth birthday at Philadelphia.
The pieaidant tf the municipal ronn
oil of Parle haa Informed Mm. Para ' Miohlgan, tonight, and will anil tomor
' Hainhar.lt that tha eonnrll has accept- ' torn morning lor Mariana. Th trans.
' ed her recent offer to take a lease of port Mobile arrive.! today from Thila-
the Theater de Naciona.
Preparation ai on foot In Honolulu
to teat the applicability of the United
State Immigration law to tha Hawa
iian laland by tli Importation to th
can field ol 1,000 Co re an laborer.
THE TREATY OF PARIS
Outline of the Seventeen Ar
tides Agreed Upon.
(il'AUAMIKS TO SPANISH TBADK
Mult. M Klia4 With la
Maailia In Oraar tm II
I'll r If, Pro. 18. Fitraoidlnary pr
raullon ar maintained fiy bulb tb
4ac ctiniinlaaiona to praearv aaoreoy
a to tha coutenu of tb treaty. Kach
I'oiulliliaioii bit! tan ooplra, iiut vili
in ooiiiiiniulun aniaclna ar not tier-
tniited to ornm II
i document. A
bnwavar, baa b
tainad from a aourt uaually lallabl
Die folloviiiig out line of lb treaty:
Artii In I providua the reliiujui-h-
iiienl of Cuba.
Arlirle 3 providua for the ceaaioo of
I'uito Hu n. .
Arlirln S provide for th a-an ion of
the riiilij piin a fur .'0.00(1, 000 a com-
Article 4 em bi area tb plain for lb
ceaalon Of the I lnlippiliea. iualnding
the return of hpaniali priwinerf now In
the band of the Tannin.
Article 6 daala with the caaaion of
barrm ka. war materlnla, arm, torea,
buildinira. and all tiruirlv iierlaliiinir
, ,1B. Hpaaiialt adiiiinlatratiou in the
renunciation by both
againat each other and the ciliiena of
Article 7 granta lo tipaniah tiad and
hipping In th I'lnlipplne the an trie
tiealuiunt aa to Amaiican trl and
hipping for a peiiod of 10 year.
Ai li;le H provide fur tli leluaaa of
all pttanner of war bald by Hpain and
of all priaoneri held liy bat for political
ofTcniH'a committed in the colonic ao
rjuliaj by tha United S'atca.
Article 9 guarantee th legal right
ol Spaniard remaining in Cuba.
Article 10 Mtaldiabe religioul free
dom in the Philippine and guarantee
to all chorttie eipial ribla.
Article II provulet lor tbe rompoal
tion of court an t other tribunal In
i'orlo It ico and Cuba.
A Hide 1'J ptovidea lor tha adminia
traiion ol Juatioa in Porto Hico and
A i tide IS providct for th continu
ance .4r flv year of Spanlali copy
rikhl in th ceded territory, giving
rpjuiah hooka admillanc free of duty.
Article 14 pmvtdee for the aalabli.li
maul of conaulaiti by Hpaiu in tli
colod territory. J
Aiticle IS granta to Fpaniah mm
nierce in Cuba, I'orlo Hico and the
Philippine the aama traatmaiit a to
Ameitca lor 10 yeara, Spaniah alnpping
to la trraleJ aa coaalmg Tramda.
Article 10 aiipulad-a that the obliga
tion of the I'll i ted Male to Hpanuli
ritiicii and property in Cuba (hall
terminate with tb withdiawat of the
I' n i tal tilata .uthoritie from tb
Article 17 provide that the treaty
mual ba ratilied within ail month from
tha dale of aigliing by the raapaotivo
goriitnontIin order to be binding.
CALLED IT A FRAUD.
Tarpla Searad tk Marltlin Taaal Tan
waajr A ehaan t t'aaAaralloa.
Waahington, Dec.15. Today' c
ion of th enat wat laigely conauiuad
i in dicu.in of th Nicaragua canal
I bill. Turpi mad th principal apeech
in oppoailion to tho bill, attacking it
: on th ground that It ia in the iutercat
I of th Narltlm Canal Company, which
b chtracteriiad a a fraud and bank
rupt, II moved a xtK)nemant ol
. .. . . , ...
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rrj. wurgan ooieiiuou in uiu a no
th Maritime company, and opp
the motion to poatpoii. Barry and
Ilawiint Uith offered amandmeiila ma
terially affecting the bill.
l'rcviou to th prot-vHHlinga tion th
canal bill. Morrill mad aa addrraa in
!upport of the bill aiithoriting the put-
,chae of a ite fur a iiipreme court
building and thii and everal other
billi were paaae.1.
' The lionM paaaed the Piatrict of
Coluiiilii appiopriation hill without a
I (Ingle amendmant. Tha bill carrica
a,S80,SO, which I l?,fl(M) lea than
wa ct.lel hy the latt bill, and II,-
8"l,Hi7 laaa than tbe eatimata. Th
hooaa alao paaaad the aanate bill, which
wa under consideration Tealerday, to
law relating to seamen.
All tb amendment! wer rejected.
OAS TANK COLLAPSED.
rt r Water fatlawait. Carrjlaf
Itaalti a4 lairanllw.
New York, Dec. IB. Th great ileal
gn tank of th Cunaolidalad (lai lim-
par.y at Avenue A nd Twcnlifth
,e height ol 80 feat fall like a child'
toy hoi..)! block, and loosened Iron
, bondiigo, ',000,000 of gallon ol water
deluged th treat, and ia
tidal wave carried death and
tion through the lurtoundiug neighbor
IioimI. It la not known how many
were killed and injured.
Mveanle f Laa'a Cwre.
Pavannah, Ha., Dec 18. Two bat
talion of tha Second lllinoia regiment
of Lee'a corps arrived tn the transport
(dlphia, and will aail Sunday with tb
" Hunilre-I and Ststy-fir.t Indiana
tHf'"""! and th Third battalion of
the Second lllinoia.
Otar 100 miles of telegraph wire
fuu through th sewers of Paiis,
SNOW 8HOVELEB KILLED.
Mas piaa br a Faa! Traia la
Uiiffalo, NW York, Pc 16 Nin
man were kille-l and thra injuied at
Winapur bridge, near l.r(u, on liia
New York Onlral railroad, to-lay.
They war Pols, with th ei'rpthni of
John U'aiiie. tliair folaiuan, whi i
among Hi killixl. Thrivan were i n
gagad ir. alioveliof . Alt wei
frightfully mntilateJ. Thmen atcppel
from th track to avoid an approaching
traij, right In front of fa fat eiprea
train, running in tha asm direction a
th Aral, and wr lilarally ground to
place. Engineer timbh, of the i
pre, in an inletviaw, (aid:
"I could ae notlaimj ahead of me,
but I thought the place looked had and
blew mt whiatle, I hl Dry hand on
the whiatle whan 1 hewnl my. fireman
yll. He did not call -T,rakea, l.ut 1
alaped on tb ai tb niisst i heard
him. II bad aaea a uian beside th
track, though he had nut aen anyon
atruck. A uiouirat after J ajiplied th
biaki- I raw a man (hoot up into th
air on my aide of th cab. lie waaaii
high aa tb inokeUrk when 1 saw
hi in. 11a cam down on th freight
train which wa runaing along on that
aide, and wa carried a mil bifoie h
lull off. My train stopped in alioot
two train length, and the alght that I
saw when I got out wa lb moat born
ble I have ever witneaaiiL The dead
and mariglod ware lying on both (idea
(if the track jnat a tbey had bean
thrown. 1 did not see tlin until after
we had atruck them. I did not e
them cume on tba track, and until my
lireman yelled 1 did n know they
were there. "
MEXICO'S OFFER TO SPAIN.
rulaalaatlaa ftrheaa Thai Will. Bcaafll
New York. liar. 18. A diapatch Ic
the Plea Irom Waahington aay: The
Mexican government ka anbmitted a
colon irat ton prnjact to the Spaniah ao
Ihoritiea in Havana, by which it pro
Paea not only to aid tka Spani-b gov
rriiment, but to give great aaataianct: aa
wall lo the Cpaniah soldier who have
aerved in Cuban warfare and are aoon
to evacuate Cuba.
The prnoition of tk Mexican gov
ernment ia to organise band among
the Kpantrh aoldier aad provide them
with free passage to Meiiro,-wheie
nacaaaary tool, fedi and implement
for agricultural woik will ba turniahed,
and in addition ozan and (matt bona a
will be given to the immigrant and a
certain tract of tbe public landa in
Mexico will lie provided fur coloniza
Th government, in turn, ia to take
a Han uimn the product, ai.d exact a
n lurii of 20 per cent each year until
thMiipplie aie paid foi by the colo-
niatr. after which the land willJ."
cone their own.
For those w ho do not care to accept
thia proi-ition, arrangement havo
been made by the government of Mex
ico to supply a large number of .Span
iah oldiei with lalur on th puldio
work and in the mine, at tbe rale of
f 18 a month.
IN BARBAROUS FORMOSA.
Terrible Atraelllea Cnnin.ll' hf Ihs
8an Franciaco, Pi'C 18. Oriental
adivces are that terrible atrocities have
occurred in Formoaa. Two hundred
rebel recently atUoked a tillage, sur
prising tire people and looting tha
place. They burned 87 house. A Jap
anese police inspector and ig consta
ble penahed in repelling the attack.
One constable was captured alit. Tba
lnurgenl fa-tened on hia neck th
bloody bead of hi companions and
drove him le I, ire litem into the woods.
Keinforcvments wer sent o the til
lage, where the mutilated bodies of th
victims were found. One constable,
who escaped, killed hi own wife and
child with hia Japancae aword to pre
vent them from becoming captive. Ha
waa then killad by the aavajje.
There i rr.ich disquietude among
th inhalv.aiit of Hankow aince th
recent P e, in which 8,000 4ople loat
their !.va. Several rmallei Are have
occurred ainoe, all belieted In be the
work of incendiaries. Tbe Shanghai
Paily Pre says five Chinese ware
caught in the act of igniting aa many
dwellings. They were thrown into tlig
flame and binned alive.
Tartar k nilailma.
Sun Francisco, Poo. 15. Th Manila
cotrevpondeul of th Hong Wong Pre
gia detaila of the iluioklog treatment
of friars and other piitonar raD.ur d
by th insurgents in ill DOflham part
of the island ol Luaoa. (Jeneral Ley
be, who wa rent by Agulnaldo to at.
tack the pities in the extreme north of
Luaon, sent a trporl to hia chief that
he had brought the entire section raid
ed completely under the control of the
Filipino. Lay he also mentions in hi
report th capture of 144 triare and lay
brother, many Spaniah anhliera, with
their arrai and property, and silver and
gold valued at f 800.000,
The Pre correspondent state tfct
from Spaniah source hateooro repoi'a
of terrible atiocitiee ooumllted by lha
rebels, who aia said tu hate looted the
church in th town of Cagayaa and
Apart. The eorreannwdant Bay:
"The biahop wa subject.! to the
groasswt Inflignitiaa. Th friar were
beater, with lick, kicked and hung up
In the torrid aun for aeveral hour.
The natitas wer lot bidden to render
the friars any asaistanoe. During thai
greatest sufferings, while hungry and
naked in the broiling sun, Chinese and
natives fuititely supplied them wiih
food and water. One aged friar waa
placed upon a hotsVa laddie and
'jumped' until blood poured from bia
mouth and nose. Another, It I eald.
clolbed only lo a rain coat, wa carried
j in triumph lor S00 yard, then audg
elad to dath mid aarait crla. Nun
in tba convent ware subjected to shame,
! RIOTING IN HAVANA
Cubans and SpanisrTvMLi,
With Fatal Results,
THREE KILLED, MANY W0C5DEI
TruMl.l . hr aa f Tnr1 tn Cl
Tfcatra urn Afcaa.l mf Car
Havana, Po!. 14. After the ne w
fieueral (jarcla'i death apread throogh
Havana early yeatarday afternoon, lh
Culiar. wlahed to have all the plaraa of
soiutement cloaad. They aureadad io
closing two place frquentd by
Cabana, but lb management of th
Taoou theater, where there were mntr
8pani.li officar among the audince,
refuted to close the bona. Thereupon
Allegretto, former captain of the
Cuban troop, got into an excited argu- :
ment with the manager of the theater,
and wa ecorled lo the aidewalk by
the police on duty. There Allegretto
entered Into a heated dieoion with a
fpaniah officer, who atruck him acroa
the face with the flat of hi swoid.
Then there was a collision between the
Cubans and Spanish military men.
more blows were struck on both sides.
aud many persons from the cafe- and
park cheered for Spain and hrooght J
crowds of iople to tbe spot from "d
jacenl a tree is and square.
e'uadenly a (hot wa fired, whether
by a Cuban or by a Spaniard, inten
tionally or accidentally, cannot be said,
and th Cuban retieated into the Ho
tel In'teterra. More ahot were filed
on both sides, and Arturo, a French
citixen. bom in Havana, waa ahot and
seriously wounded while sitting at a
More shots were fire., and Cuban
ran through the bolel ofnee and made
their way npataira. Jesus Bo Ion go, a
Cuban, fell wonn-led on the stair, and
another wemndeo man broke into th ,
room occupied by Lieutenant Fitshugb ,
Lee, ton of the famous general, and the .
former conml general Jere, demanding
protection. General (ireane and sev
eral mem tier-of his staff, who had been
out on a balcony watching the crowd,
heard the uproar in tbe bolel, and went
into tha oorridof . f-o soon as tbe Span
isli oflif-'ers saw General Ureen. who
, . , . .
wa in untiorm, tney stopped th pu
suit of the Cubans, saluted nd retired.
In th meantime, Eaataqnino Lemu
had been fatally wounded in the treat,
and Pedro lilesa and Senoi Jimine bad
Shortly after the Spanish guard on
duty (warmed in from the neighboiing
treats, and order a restored.
At the time the Cubans and pursuing
Snird ran through th Hotel Ingle
terra, General Humphrey wa in the
lobbv, talking to Majoi Martin, of Gen
eral Greene'a staff, and other gentle-
men. A bullet shattered a mirror near
which they stood, and two other
plintered the staircase.
K. 8. Howland, editor of tbe Provi
dence Journal and Mr. W. L. Reilly, a
New York contractor, were jostled by
the sudden ruah of shouting and fight
ing men. General Julio Sacguilly waa
titling at a table in the lobby. Tbe
violent eocnea in th office and on the
lair lasted, however, for only a few
minute. On the outside the Spanish
soldiers were clearing tbe great aqoaro
and street in the vicinity. The hotel
wa full ol American officer and civil
ians, and some of them with their
Wive were (tending on th baloonie at
tha imminent risk of being hit by bql
lets fireli at an Upward angle to (care
the crowd!. From that point they
watched the tpeclaole in tbe electric
It il reported tliat in addition to
those killed and wounded who hava
been previously mentioned. 14 are he.
Ing cared for in pnvate houses.
arrests weie made. A few minutes
after the shootina in the hotel fria-ht-
...-l -u.trnna and Cnl,.n. e.il.ert
efcund General Greene a-kins- if he
would rrotect them. He assuied them
ha believed they were aafe, but the only
recogniaed authority in Hatana was
the Spanish executive. He then want
Captain Cole and Lieutenant Steven
to General Castellanoa to Inquire what
was being done to preserve Older, The
lattei replied that th cafea had been
ordered cloeed, and the streets cleared,
while troop In sufficient numbers to
keep the) pear bad bean posted in tb
q tiara and tnorougntarae. two ol coal and protUion in a few day, and
the aid. of General Caitellano called wiM then nil for tha northern eeaa.
upon General Greene and gate him Th, iroquoi haa been thoroughly oter
further paraonal aaaurano. hauled and in teadineat to go into coo-
Telephone message describing th
occurrence wer sent to General Wade
in Elvedado, and General Greene
cabled to Washington a brief statement
of th facta. What waa taking place In
the city waa all unknown to the Amer-
loan warship and transports in th
harbor, nor did tb new reach there
ntil this morning.
The United Slatea evacuation com
mimoner and General Greene aent
General Clone and Captain Hart at
nooa today to exchange tlew with tha
Spaniah commiaaioner. It waa ar
ranged that all tha Cuban off! car and
oldiera, including General Julio San
gollly and Joae Laoret. abould go to
the oamp near Mariano and if main out
of lb city until the Spaniah force were
withdrawn. Mr. Jerome, the Britiah
consul, had Already called at tha palace
on tha aam minion.
Aatwalaklaa Chinas ItararaB.
London, Dec. 11 The Peking cor
respondent of th Daily Mail says: An
lmn.,1.1 Mv.tnl 1 1, a I i mm n m mm nl.l, fmm
to death a Chinese literatu who along the eoat, n tout to join Dw-' at tha gangplank of tb transport Bar
wrote threaten in letteia to a foraign ey'a aquadroa at Manila. Iin, which brought tb regiment from
miaaionaiy in Kiang 61. and ronfer.
Chine honor a th missionary foi
at- Ta aa liaar Oaalr II
Waahington, Pee. 14. Pieenaaion of
two queation. each of importanoa and
lutere-t at lliia eeaaion, wa begun by
th aanate at ita eeanon today. Trri-
torial expansion and th conatrnction of
j tha Nicaragua canal occupied theatten-
lion of th body doling tb greater part
of Ilia afternoon.
. As aoon aa the routine morning buai
na bal bven dicpnaed of, Mr, Vest
pein. Mo.) called up hi resolution
sffared laat weak, declaring It to be on
eonstituional for tni grternmnt to
acrjuir foreign territory except for ooal
ii station or aome like purpo, un-
laaa ita Intention was to confer atate
hood un tha territory and ciiiaen
ahip upon ita inhabitanta. Mr. Vest
. declared it wa a baaio prinoipla of tbia
government "that the power 6f tb
) lorfffTmant were derived from th con
1 tent of the rovaroerj. " and maintained
;"' "'I- tto-rarBmeni b4 no
! suthority either tn mora la or io th
; nutulion to go beyood that princi-
Ple- n11 thl tb prinoipla had
utaine.l by Vh snpram eoort in
various deoieioos, and that no pnhlio
man of prominence and no recognised
tribunal bad ever been reck lea enough
to controvert it. ,
j Mr. Morgan opened tbedebatton tb
canal bill with a three hour' appeal
! for action at tbi Bastion. Tb whole
country, he aaid. would be disappoint
ed if oongre did not act. He waa
wi!lin to lk any .tneasure which
would result in the building of tho
canal. In the course of bis remarks,
he agreed to accept an amendment spe
cifically excepting the canal from neu
trality with regard to any country
with which tha United Eutea might
be at war. ' .
TO RELIEVE VOLUNTEERS.
Washington, Pao. 14. The war de
partment haa begun in earnest tbe re
lief of the volunteer troop now sta
tioned at Manila br rKrnlara Thia
afternoon Secretary Alcer signed. an
ordei designating for this purpose ail
regiment of the Lotted otatee infantry
. . , I l.i i : .
. nut ui vigii. item iu nviTa iur kitidq
j to tropica countries. The regiments
t are the Twentieth, at Fort Leaven-
worth, Kan.; tbe Third, at Fort Snell
ing, Minn.; tbe Twelfth, at Jefferson
barracks Mn. and Fort Rile Kn '
.the Seventeenth, at Colombo barracks,
,-.... . V- . . ci I ,
I vs., m xuuuo, aa f un Duerioan, aoj
the Twenty-aeoond, at Fort Crook, Neb.
Tbey will go forward to Manila aa
aoon as the transportation ean be pro
tided. It mat be that the two regi-
menta alill held io reserve, th Twenty-
Xourtb and tb Twsty-B!lh Infantry,
will Join th others before they sail.
Tbsae legiment wer selected in the
reverse ratio to tbe toe uatained by
them in th Culian campaign. Th
.volunteer! in Manila will be retried in
it e order in which they reached that
Pendleton. Or., Dee. IS. Ruihing
down the mountain grade of the O. K.
cV N. Co. 'a main line a heavy freight
train crashed into the tear end of tha
overland fast mail and piled up th
car and engine in great confuaion.
Th mail train waa at tb tim nation
art. Thre men were injured David
F i leer, an old man of 64, who waa on
hi wat to the cout from Montank,
III.; Jay Adama, of San Franc ico,
general Pacific coast agent for th
Nickel Plate road, who was cut and
scalded; . Louis Plechner. traveling
salesman for tha wholesale bona of
Ginterman Bro., St. Paul; and Fire
man Harry Burrow, uf th freight
train, 'who received a cut on th fore
' lal a Cab Leave.
Manila, Dee. 14. The Isle de
Cuba, one of the ships sunk by Dewet
in the battle of Manila, and which he
subsequently cansed to be laised, atari'
m- she ol 1-030 l01" dispUce-
ment and S.800 indicated horse-power
! Tb Raleigh leatee for home Tbure.
aJ lne fcue c"n1'
As a result of an altercation before a
fruit stand yesterday, a California vol
unteeiswas stabbed and two native
shot to death.
Tha Mara lain risat.
, Vallejo, Cal.. Dec. 14. The rebuild
ing of the United Statea oruiaer Ranger
at Mar island ia progressing rapidly,
Tb Wheeling came out of the dock to-
Sb will receive her supply of
I in leadinen to go Into com-
Commander Henry Nichol
has been ordered to Manila to takr
charge of tho Monadnock.
l rthr aa nuia.
J Denver, Deo. 14. A pecial to th
Newi (rt)in gUrkville. Colo., aata:
Mirhael Tereao and his 15-tear old aon
Antonio wer killed today by a cave-in
in the coal mine in which they wer
Faar arw4 ta Death.
New York. Dec 14. Tb fir which
detroyd the apartment-bon at 114
Prospect Plaoe, Brooklyn, last night,
killed fonr pel tons Joseph T Nob
lett, his wife, hia wile's mother, Mrs.
Stothetn. aad Jobn Winee. Tba other
mining persons bat been aoooonled
Ta Walre-M th riktlag Bfaaklaas.
Lima, Pern.-tPeo. 14. Cabana reeid-
ing hr ar prepailng to git aa an -
thutiastlo reception 'to tb United
Stat battle thip Oregon and Iowa, oa
thsir arrital ia tb northern paang
a4 Argaawwt ..
Saw York Dee. 14--Dr. Edward
IL0IL0 IS ASSAULTED
Insurgents Stormed City the:
Night of December l
CAPTURED ALL BUT 0SE TRENCH
AMr4lag tm a Bpaatak sW-iart. Tksf
War finally Kapali ft Hit
Msiila, Deo. 13. According to re
liable advice received from lloilo,
capital of tha ialand of Panax. ,n tba
Viaayaa group, th insurgent attacked
lloilo tha night of Decern !er 1 and cap.
tiirsd all th Spanxb trenches, except
one. They tba noli tied benersl Rio
ta ramovt th women and ehfldren,
and threatened to renew the attar k on
tha following night.
When these advices left Uoilo, Gen
eral Kioa was expecting reinfoicementa
and field guns, and tbe plan Waa for
the Spanish gnnboats to shell, if the
insurgents effected an entrance. The
foreign residents were greatly alarmed,
and all merchantmen have been ordered
outside the harbor.
Meanwhile tha Spanish authorities
have been advised that the Toliaano
troop ar looting, in disobedience of
orders, and cannot be restrained.
On the other hand, the Spaniah trans
port Isla de Luzon reports that the in
surgent 'around lloilo were repulsed
with great slaughter December 6. while
attempting to storm 4 the last entrench
menu According to this atory, 600
ln,n.M.I. . . L . I 1 1 I .. 1 I
the machine guns.
twlia at Maalla.
Washington, Dec 13. Major-Gen-eral
Otis, commanding at Manila, haa
made the following report ol deaiLa ia
. . r i . n n i a , . .
i-Bcnnowr o rr-a j. nonon, pri
vate, comany F, Second Oregon, dysen
tery; Frank M. UibLa, piivai, -w
pany A.bacond Oregon, dysentery, beait
"December D Harry O. Hibhards,
corporal, company K, "Second Oregon,
typ.hoid fever.'' .
FILES HER PROTEST.
pala IcwpU tk Caaajaaca
Madrid, Dec 13. Tbe government
entirely approve! the memorandum of
rroteat auaintt tha action of tba United
State com miss ion era, filed by Be nor
Montero Kioa, at Pane -
Tbe memorandum protests against
tb refusal el the AssevicaHt to wan
der tbe secoritie deposited iu lb trea
urie of Cuba and Porto Kico by privato
Spaniard, remarking that "never haa
a civilised nation committed aucb an
act of violence.".
Secondly, it protean againit the ulti
matum demanding tbe Philippine.
Thirdly, it protests againat th posi
tion in which those Spaniards are
placed who desire to remain in Cuba.
Fourthly,' it protest again- the ref
erence to tbe destruction of the Main
in President McKinley'a meage to
congress. On thia point the memoran
"Spain baa proposed arbitration, but
tha United Statea haa refused to give
ber th right which ia gianted lo a
criminal; namely, the ribt of defend
ing herself. The Spaniah eommimion-
era leave tne eareot nxmg tn responsi
bility for the explosion to the entire
world, which will say whether tho-
are leeponaible who desire tbe truth, or
those refuting to seek it."
The newspapera generally express re
lief at the signing of the treaty., The
independent organs, most ol the provin
cial papers and the Carlist and repub
lican journal attack both political par
ties, conservative and libeial, reprua h
ing them equally with having brought
tha country to the piewvut pan.
El Impartial alon publiahea tho
contents ol tha treaty, which producea
a less unfavorable impression than had
been expected, owing to tbe commercial
and other conceeiioni to Spain.
El Liberal saya: "The Paria negotia
tions ofer a far sadder spectacle than
tha alii pa which are bringing back our
repatriated soldiers, deplorable as tho
condition of tba latter ia."
Several members of th United Statea
comtnisaioo were inclined at flrat to
publish tbe text of th treaty, but Sen
ator Frta made a atrong plea yeatarday
.forth observance of oooitesy toward
tha united Statea senate, and liia ar
' gument prevailed.
I Further detaila, however, here bean
icarneu aa w ne worumgui ia irwaij.
which provide that Cuba ia to be r-
linquidiad and Uialorto Kico and tha
Philippine ara to be ceded. Tb
Amei ican are to pay for th repatria
tion of the Spaniah tioopa from all th
Colon iea. Th Spaniard ar to return
all prisoners held by them. They ara
to retain possession of all military
stores and munition of war In tha
Philippine, and of aucn ship aa hava
not been captuted. Tha commeroial
tieatiea between th two nationa, which
the war ruptured, ar to be inwd at
tba convenience of th two nation.
Arrowtmith. 111., Dee. 0. Th
private bank ol Taylor A MoClure waa
laat Light entered by robMr, wbo as
sured 14.000 worth of negotiable papei
Nwport Nw. Dec.
IS. Henry R
Ptt, private, company
I. Fiiet Ksa-
' lucky regiment, was killed, and Henry
O. Brehm, pr)tate, company B, m
' regiment, waa emtooaly wound d last
' eight by aentlnel who Waa stationed
roris nidOi intainiiinai
w ala m. hav a waa.
i . . n.. ... . j I .
Tbe, ignorwl ,h Bj-Dx:,ic, f th