Washington County hatchet. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1895-1896, February 20, 1896, Image 2

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    H A T C H E T .
EVENTS OF THE DAY
THE TOTAL NUMBER
is greatly displeased at the impression
which has been formed that he was
acting under the advice of Governor
E P IT O M E OF THE TE LEG R APH IC Thornton, of N ew Mexico, in his
efforts to prevent prizefighting in the TW E N TY-FIVE TH O U SA N D MASSA
NEW S OF TH E W ORLD.
CRED BY THE T U R K S .
territory. Catron made a statement
to the press, aocusing the governor of
A a la t o r c i t i n g C o lle c t io n o f I t e m « F ro m
"standing in " with Stuart, in his de­
the T w o H e m i s p h e r e s P r e s e n t e d In a sire to pull off the fights.
T h ... Figure.. Couipli.il by it.pr.MD-
C ondensed F orm —▲ L a rge A m ou n t
t a t iv e H o f
the
I'o w e r*.
Ot ti c c i.iiy
Dr. Cyrus Edson, of New York,
of I n f o r m a t i o n In a S m a l l S p a c e .
claims to have discovered a remedy for
DOINGS
OF
^HE J{RYAN MURDER
CONGRESS,
K u u t lu . W o r k o f l b * F if t y - F o u r t h
k iu n -H «u u l«>
S ot-
THE
F u r.ig u .r»
FEELING
A r.
B u yin g
cu riti«».
EVIDENCE FOUND OF A STRUG ­
New York, Feb. 19.— Ansel o
Washington, Feb. 15.— The friends I
GLE BEFORE DEATH.
heim, vice-president of the Chicago'
of the tariff bill met an unexpected j
Great Western railroad, arrived fn
! repulse this afternoon, when, by the
vote of 21 ayes and 29 noes, the senate T h e H e a d N o L o n g e r N e e d e d f o r E v i ­ England on the ¡St. Louis. He was
the Fifth avenue hotel last uight, aj
defeated the motion of Morrill to take
d en c e , but th e S ea rch W i l l He C o n ­
aaid: "T h e Englishmen have atnpp
op the tariff bill. The negative vote j
tin u ed - W i l l i a m
W ood
M a k e « an
selling our securities.
1 have
which defeated the motion, was given j
G i v e n O u t b y E n g l a n d iu A n o t h e r
E la b o ra te Statem ent.
six weeks iu England aud learned I
by
Democrats,
Populists
and
four
Re-1
Three were killed end two injured tuberculosis. He terms it aseptolin.
H lu e H o o k J u*t I » * u e d .
puclicau senators— Teller, Mautle, Du- j
Cincinnati, Feb. 17.— The search by the English financiers believe
in • train-wreck near Rochester, N. Y. It is principally a solution of water
the
officers to clear away the mystery American financiers are all right, 1
Loudon,
Feb.
19.
—
Another
blue
|
bois
and
Carter.
The
affirmative
vote
Mrs. Nancy Welch, an Oregon pio­ and cabrolic acid, and is used hypoder- |
mically. About fifty physicians in the book on Armenia was published today, was entirely Republican, but its total which surrounds the murder of Pearl they do not believe that we hafl
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..ik o a n K p ii H-
neer and the first white woman to set­
the dispatches
covering
the _ period
be- a , of • 21
is »V.
less than
half of the aggregate jjryau, the . -.............—
young woman,
whose head- enough revenue to meet our expen*
tle in Astoria, died suddenly of heart oountry have procured aseptolin from tweeu September 3, 1893, and Febru- ! Republican strength. The senate has jeg8 trunk was found in this city, still They say that if we had sufficient rep
Dr.
Edson's
laboratory
and
are
using
failure in Astoria.
ou
The authorities have a letter uue the so-called ‘ endless chain' of
it in their practice. It has cured every ary 11, 1896. It contains the tables passed the b ill authorizing the leasing
positing and withdrawing gold fn
By the ose of Roentgen’s new dis­
case of malaria and la grippe in which prepared by a committee of delegates of lauds iu Arizona for educational irorn Greeucastle, lud., in which the
the snbtreasuries would be brukcj
covery, the " X ” rays, a buckshot was
it has been tried, seventy-seven in all from the embassies of the six powers, purposes; also, the bill authorizing the parents of Pearl Bryan identified the
located in a man's hand, where it had
showing that the total number of per- i First National bank of Sprague, Wash., hat sent to them as that of Pearl, There is a geueral feeling on the otl
of malaria aud fifty-one of la grippe.
been for two years.
i to change its name and location; also, Some beads belonging to Pearl Bryan’ s side that the whole world is enter;
The Cramp Shipbuilding Company, i sons massacred, concerning whose fate
An Athens dispatch says that the
j accurate information has been obtain- I the bill authorizing repairs for the hat were found today near Fort on a period of prosperity.
of Philadelphia has been awarded the
The English are now buying
German exoavatora near Theseum have
\ public wharf at Sitka, Alaska.
Thomas, where the body was dis-
oontract for building revenue cutter | ed, is 25,000.
covered two weeks ago. The deteo- | securities, all reports to the
discovered a marble bust of the Roman
Washington,
Feb.
18.—
The
senate
London, Feb. 19. — Under Secretary
No. 3, for the Pacific coast. The new
notwithstanding. In all thiB
emperor, Antonius Pius.
cutter is to be 160 feet long.
of the Foreign Office George N. Cur- | commitee on foreign relations held a tives think this iB a further indication trouble they did not hesitate to
replying
to
the
house
of
commons
meeting
today
and
practically
decided
0f
a
struggle
aud
some
violence.
When
Grant Atterbury, a mnrderer, was
W hile the American steamer Paris, ! ¡sou
vance me $1,000,000 for the be
taken from the jail at Sullivan, 111., from New York, was docking inSouth- today to questions, said the powers to favorabldy repoit Pettigrew's bill found, the hat was some distance fiom
ment of the Chicago & Great West«
had
not
informed
Russia
that
heroocu-
fur
the
amendment
of
the
law
regulat-
the
body,
aud
was
weighted
down
by
a
by a mob, dragged to the oourthouse in amton, she came into oollission with
The main tea- boulder, tied in a handkerchief, which Before six rnoDths all first-class Arne oha
his nightshirt and hanged to a tree.
the steamer Majesty, belonging to the pation of Armenia woud not be object- iu « the seal fisheries
lean securities w ill be in good denuu K * I
The schooner Aida, twenty-six days Isle of W ig h t The Majesty was sunk, cd to. Snch occupation, he added, ture of the b ill is a provision permit- has been identified as belonging to in England, as there is a large ainnu w jj
without the consent of the sultan, ting the president to have all the seals, Jackson, one of the suspects, who is in
from Shanghai to Port Townsend, has but all her crew were saved.
would be iu violation of the treaties of \ male aud female, on the Pribyleft ja il here. Up to tonight nothing was of idle money which sooner or 1st p Q1
made the best passage across the Pa­
Meager details have beeu received in
found by the force of workmen en­ must seek investment here. The
■ i
cific ocean on reoord for a sailing ves- Sau Francisco of a disastrous hurricaue Paris and Berlin. Curzon also said islands, killed in case other govern­
ments interested w ill not agree upon a gaged iu sections along the canal, glish prefer American securities to
the
statement
of
the
Russian
minister
ou the Tonga islands, in the South
kinds of English securities. Money
which
was
emptied
last
night.
The
modus
vivendi
for
the
better
protection
The city of Guayaquil, Ecuador, was seas. The barks Woosung and West of foreign affairs, Prince Lobanoff of the seals, while the mateei of per­ officers feel that the head is no longer London is a drug at \ of 1 per cent
▼iaited by a terrible fire. The Peru­ Australia aud the Samoan schoouer Rostovsky, that Russia was w illin g to manent protection is under considera­ needed for evidence, but they continue year. The surplus revenue colli
vian consulate aud several blocks were Aele were wrecked, but no lives were undertake to maintain order in A r ­ tion by an international commission, the search for it so as to satisfy the by the English government for
menia was spontaneous.
destroyed.
The loss w ill aggregate lost.
for which the bill makes provision. friends of the victim, who are anxious past year was £80,000,000. Engli
over $4,000,000.
Mangus C. Crosby died in Astoria.
The committeee had also under consid­ to give the g irl’s whole body decent railroad earnings and dividends
FRENZIED
W
ITH
FRIGHT.
Bartholomew Shea was electrocuted The deceased was one of Astoria's lead­
eration the proposition for a cable to burial. Over a thousand dollars re­ increasing, and things look bright
in Dannemora, prison, New York, for ing business men, and was twice elect­
American securities in England."
Hawaii. The subcommittee which had ward is now standing for the head.
H undred!*
o f W om en and
G irl* I m ­
the murder of Robert Ross, at Troy, ed mayor of the city. He left a widow
this under consideration made a favor-
The fact that Jackson aud Walling,
p riso n ed b y W a lls o f F ire.
N. Y . , in March, 1894. He died pro- j and five children. The cause of his
able report without recommending who have freely told where they put
SECRETS OF AFRICA
Troy, N. Y ., Feb. 19.— A small boy, either of the propositions before the the g ir l’s clothiug, still refuse to give
testing his innocence.
( death was a complication of B right’s
carelessly
throwing
a
match
into
a
pile
disease,
from
which
he
had
beeu
suffer­
There is believed to be a Jack the
information about the head intensifies
committee.
R a c e o f l ' l g i n i e * \ Y h o * e KxiMtemJ
of oily waste, a mass of flames and
Ripper abroad in San Francisco. The ing for several years.
Washington, Feb. 19.— The senate the feeling against them.
W a n I 1 r e v i o u * l y U n k n o w n .
300
girls
and
women
frenzied
with
police say the murders recently com­
Through Senor Andrade, its min­
W illiam Wood, the third Buspect,
today adopted a resolution by Allen,
fright,
fighting
for
life
as
the
hot
New
York, Feb. <8.— Dr. Donaldi
mitted there are very aimilar to those ister in Washington, the government
with hungry calli“ 8 on the secretary of the treasury being held iu jail here, made au elabor­ Smith, the young Philadelphia
of the London terror.
of Venezuela has notified Secretary flames chased them
ate statement today iu which he said
for
information
as
to
the
amount
of
tongues, was the begiuuing of a tire to­
there was a third man involved in the siciau who has recently experi«
The three-masted schooner Alliance, Olney that it w ill respond affirmatively
night which consumed thousands of money in the treasury March 4, 1889, murder, aud that it would soon be de­ some stirring adventures on his
from New York, went ashore on Plum to the invitation of the Venezuela com­
and
March
4,
1893,
and
whether
there
dollars' worth of property and caused
veloped. It is thought he referred to dition to Lake Rudolph, Afrioa,
island, Massachusetts and was stove mission to submit all the evidence iu
in t
the destruction of many lives. It was had been a decrease of revenue, aud the driver of the hack, who took the arrived here from England on
to fragments. Four of the crew were its possession touching the location of
from
what
cause.
Davis
made
a
strong
just
thirty
minutes
before
the
closing
the true boundary line.
saved and three drowned.
speech iu support of his resolution three people from Cincinnati across the the St. Louis. He goes direct to
hour in Stettheimer & Co.'s shirt­
home in Philadelphia, where he
Count Zeppelin, of Germany, has
the Monroe
doctrine. bridge to Newport, but no particulars
As a result of a prizefight in Phila­
waist factory on R iver street, and the enunciating
be busy with his book on his 111
could be learned from him.
delphia Frederick Schlechter, one of delivered a lecture at Stuttgart iu the 360 girls aud women were working Mitchell of Oregon, chairman on privi­
journey. Dr. Smith contemplates«
the principals, died aud ex-Polioeman presence of the king of Wurtemburg rapidly to finish up. In the e ttin g-, leges
- , and elections,
, , presented the views
other expedition to Northeast Afri
THE VENEZUELA AFFAIR.
Huokfeder, the other principal, is in [ and the military authorities on a steer­ room on the fifth floor, the 150
Perhaps of the greatest popular int<
ing airship, which, it is said, w ill cost were closing up their day's work and ing the seating of Dupont as senator
je il, charged with murder.
is Dr. Smith’ s discovery of many i ing
about $75,000 and travels eleven miles preparing to leave when the whistle from Delaware. Mitchell has also pre­
b
y
.Much W a r l i k e C o m m e n t P r o v o k e d
A statement prepared at the treas­ an hour. It is claimed Buch an airship
trilles
whose exsitence was previouJ^K,'
E n g la n d '* A l l e g e d A ctio n .
blew. L illie Kreiger, who was work­ sented a resolution directing the ju­
ury department, under the direction can remain iu the air for 7,'a days.
unknown. Among these is a race
diciary
committee
to
inquire
if
con­
ing near a machine called to a small
of Assistant Secretary Curtis, shows
New York, Feb. 18.— A dispatch to pigmies, the fact of whose disenc
The Brisbane river iu Queensland boy to light the gas over her work. gress has jurisdiction over the Colum­
that the government w ill realize from
the World from Caracas says: The has caused something like a oommot!i°aB
bia
river
to
such
an
extent
that
salmon
has
beeu
greatly
swolleu
by
Hoods.
The boy struck a match and threw the
the new loan $111,378,886.97.
story of an English vessel taking sound­ in scientific circles. These people i staF1
A small steamer crossing the river burning stub to the floor. It struck a may be protected, and asserting that if
ings at the mouth of the Orinoco pro­ of a negro type, coal-black and uakt -A**' :
Governor Lord, of Oregon, has re­ with about uinety passeugers capsized,
steps
are
not
taken
to
protect
salmon
pile of oily rags, and in an instant the
ceived from the United States land and only forty were saved. The cap­ girl was enveloped in flames. With they w ill be destroyed. He says he in­ vokes much warlike comment The A lthough of great physical beam '<>n f B
people of (Jiudad Bolivar, the capital of wiih well-formed limbs, they are bojjl C*
offloe a certified transcript of a clear sized steamer was the ferryboat Peral.
her clothes and hair burning, she tends to have the committee make a de­ Guiana, say the vessel is there for the ly removed from animals, and th that
list of school indemnity selections in The o\.rent was very sw ift aud the
cision
on
the
matter.
rushed to the window, and at once the
purpose of determining whether war­ code of morality is very lax. Later cooni
The Dalles district, embracing 5,522 river banks and Victoria bridge were
room became a struggling, shrieking
ships are needed to hold the Orinoco, life they settle down and marry. Th« Vity
acres.
H o u s e.
endangered.
mass of humanity, filling the w in­
Washington, Feb. 15.— After a ten which is Venezuela’s strong strategic remarkable people are lietween f«(^
Mary Ellen Lease, the Kansas orator,
A telegram received from Irkutsk, dows, the tire escapes and the only
point-
The
government has been and five feet high, and live in pri
-will make her debut into the minis­ Siberia, says a Siberian trader named stairway.
Jamming
and pushing, days’ debate the house today, by a vote warned that as England is increasing tive wood huts. The only indusn
terial profession, aud henceforth her Kouchnareff, the agent of Dr. Fridtjof tearing each other’ s clothes from.their of 80 to 190, in committee of the
literary prefix w ill be reverend instead Nansen, the N jrweigau explorer, who backs, turning in narrow corridors to whole, rejected the senate free coinage her force of men and cannon at the corn-raising and the rearing of
-Rej. , Her reoent sickness was sailed in the Fram June 24, 1893, for find a sister, or mother, or friend, the amendment to the bond bill, and re­ stations on the Amacnra and Ouynni and goats. They are born hunters. 1
the immediate cause of her mind tak­ the Arctic regions, has received in­ number iu the exits augmented every ported back to the house, with a recom- rivers, the latest movement menaces warlare they use poisoned arrows,: C ree..
the integrity of the nation. The press wonnd inflicted proving fatal will pany
ing a divine tarn.
formation that Nauser reached the minute by those from the lower floors, meudation to nonconcur aud insist says now is the time to teach Eng
an hour.
the rii
upon the house bill. The most signifi­
North
Pole,
found
land
there,
and
is
these
girls
and
women
fought
for
their
Justice Morris, of Washington, D.
o f 5 th* .
cant statement today came in the form land's arrogant» a lesson.
T
h
e
M
r
*
.
Leant*
A
m
o
n
g
t
h
e
I
n
d
l
a
o
*
lives
to
get
away
from
the
flames
which
returning
toward
civilization.
C ., in announcing a decision of the
The
suggestion to arbitrate the
and t.
of an nltimatum from Dingley that a
For the first time in half a century seemed to be growing to a monstrous
oourt of appeals for the District of Co­
Wichita, Kan., Feb. 18.— News k the "<
bill might be reported from the ways Urnan incident meets opposition here.
size.
lombia, ruled that while intoxication the American falls of Niagara practic­
— j
It is believed that the jurisdiction of reached here of the death of Wask
With rare presence of mind, Police- and meanB committee looking to the
may be a disease, yet if it is voluntary ally ran dry, by the formation of au ice
initiation by
this country of a project the disputed territory should be settled Block, one of the most noted sqa»i
man
Farrell,
who
was
on
the
street,
.
and leads to commission of crime, it bridge or dam, extending from Schlos-
in the West, at her mother’ s honfS|a v
another international monetary oon first, otherwise it would be an admis­
ser’e dock, on the Americau bauk, seeing that in the panic a number
ia a crime in itself.
near Watonga, Oklahoma. She wa*
ference to meet within a year. While sion of British sovereignty.
were
liable
to
jump,
let
down
the
awn­
about half way across the river. The
^
Public opinion is averse to treating lndiuas what Mrs. Lease has beatf*™1
An aerolite exploded above Madrid.
Dingley said he was ezpressiug his per­
ship]*.
water was almost entirely diverted to ing over the entrance. Barely was it
The lond report was followed by a
sonal position in the matter, it was with England direct in the Guiana probiibtion in Kansas. It is to K that «
down
when
two
or
three
forms
came
the Canadian falls. It was possible
general panic. A ll buidinga were
generally understood from the manner boundary matter. The feeling is that efforts that the people are indebted
for a time for a man with a plank to flying down from the fifth and sixth
shaken, and many windows were shat­
in which he said it that the suggestion Venezuela should manifest its grati­ the opening of all that country west
stories,
and,
bouncing
from
the
awn­
have walked from the mainland to Goat
When ^
ter-red. According to the officials of
had
already matured into a well-de­ tude and courtesy to the United States the original Oklahoma.
ing, fe ll to the sidewalk.
island without wetting his feet.
by awaiting the report of the boundary commissioners began to treat with t
the Madrid observatory, the explosion
fined
intention
on
the
part
of
the
Re­
L lilie Kreiger, over whose machine
Advioea just received from Seoul, j
*
commiasiou. It is pointed out that Cheyennes and Arapahoes for their
ooonrred twenty miles above the earth.
publican leaders of the house.
the capital of Corea, say an uprising the fire started, was one of these. She
ritory they met w ith resistance, * grao
Washington, Feb. 18.— The attack when Venezuela was alone, England
W h ile proceeding from Yokohama to took place there February 11, during struck the awning, fell on her back
never considered its desires for a peace­ Washoe Block mounted her horse ifflL
Kobe, the United States flagship Olym ­ which the premier and seven officials and bounced to her hands and knees on on Secretary Morton for his refusal to
ful settlement,, aud that she only re­ in eight days secured the oonsentofl“ ^
pia strnok » gale to escape which all were murdered. These dispatches add the walk. She got up and staggered expend the appropriation for seeds in
gards it uow through fear of the United the chiefs to the sale of the land t o i^ "
steam was crowded on and a speed of that the king and crown prince sought about until people helped her to her the present agricultural appropriation States.
government
She was a woman of
twenty-one knots developed.
The shelter in the Russian legation. The feet again. By this time nearly every b ill was transferred from the senate to
The board of directors of the English markable diplomatic skill, and apiin ,
storm broke her forward deck stanch­ king ordered the ministers put to window had a female form dangling the house today, and furnished the fea­
railroad between Gniana and Bracelona usque orator at the meetings of
ions and carried away her bridge rails. death. Tw o hundred Russian sailors from it, and when the firemen arrived ture of Jthe proceedings in the lower
ha6 been ordered to resume traffic, in tribes. One of her sons is finish«!
house.
It
was
led
by
Baker
and
was
there
was
a
hustle
to
get
ladders
np.
Rev. J. H. Hunyoutt, a Baptist min­ and mariners are uow guarding the
obedience to an order from the minis- his eduuoation at a Cincinnati colli
supported
by
Moses
and
Livingtaon,
A
t
least
a
dozen
of
the
women
and
ister, has been arrested at Morrilltorrn, legation in that country.
ter of pubic works.
aud three more are attending the H*
Some very
girls were carried down the ladders and Boatner and Meredith.
Ark., charged with infantioide.
His
kell institute in Kansas. Her daw'^'
During the debate on the address in dragged oat of the corridors, the harsh things were said and applauded,
housekeeper's 1-year-old baby cried reply to the queen’s speech in the house j officers and firemen
ter, Muskogee, is one of the most * ™
SHE IS ACQ UITTED .
going into the especially by Boatner, who referred tn
while he was preparing a sermon, and of commons, Sir W illiam Vernon H a r-1 midst of the smoke,
tured Indian women in Ametrica.
Mr. Morton contemptuously as "that
the preaoher became enraged at the an­
Washoe Block's mother, now
oourt, supporting the amendment for
Captain W illard, of the police force, individual," and not a voice was I M r s . S h a t t u c k , C o n v i c t e d o n t h e Kirnt
noyance and ohoked the child to death. not proposing self-government for Ire- says he saw a number of girls at the
100 years of age, is the great medicij
T r ia l, N o w tloes F re e .
raised in his defense. The general de­
A
woman of the Cheyennes, and un
T h « London Chroniole claims the laud, pointed out that the colonies, windows who never came out, but fell bate on the agricultural bill duriug its
San Franoisco, Feb. 17.— Mrs. Jane
m d it for the oonveraion of England from which there was evidently a back into the flames.
consideration, when the attack was Shattuck was tonight acquitted of the few years ago made annual pilgr. Alfy'iu
to arbitration, and says: "T h e speeches splendid testimony of loyalty to the
Lottie and N ellie Hull,
sisters, made, was closed before adjournment. ] murder of Harry Poole, for whioh she ages to Montana and Manitoba the ate
in parliament show that we hare crown, enjoyed home rule, and he grasped each other tightly by the Several bills of minor importance were was tried and convicted two years ago roots and herbs, of whose m«Hiicsl Ptgessi
o f * ol
reached the point where a solution ia maintained that the policy of home hands and started down the stairs passed and a resolution was adopted di- - and served over a year in the peniten- tnes she had the secret.
Philip Block, the husband of th*- t i v l gol
a certainty
The Bohomburgk line ia rule could be as successful in Ireland from the sizth story. A t the landing recting the judiciary comimttee to in- tiary at San Quentin
1
as defunct as the boundaries of Wes- as in the oolonies.
of the fifth floor they encountered a quire into the right of an executive
The crime tor which Mrs. Shattuck ceased, is a Hebrew, who was adi the (woi
A great fire raged in Gnayaqnil, wa^ ° f flame and smoke. N ellie had officer to refuse to execute a law on was tried was one of the most sensa- into the Cheyenne tribe when he
onl
M It Is annouuoed on anthority that Ecuador, resulting in the death of j on on*T i'er corset and skirts, having the ground of its unconstitutionally, tional which has taken place in this a child.
follow ing the advice of the United thirty persons. When the firemen and
making her toilet. Lottie was and to report by bill or otherwise, ¡city for years.
January 4, 1894, Mrs.
1'e r n t A n e n t C o u r t o f A r b l t r a t i o n .
the 1
State«, Venesuela has praotioally de­ soldiers who were hurriedly ordered <inly partially dressed. She threw her This investigation grows out of con- Shattuck shot and killed young Harry
New York, Feb. 18.— A call.
cided to send s representative to Lon­ out to help them, finally brought it j dress over Nellies' face, and together troller Bowler's decision in the sugar- “ Pooie, ' her daughter Tru ly’s lover. by Mayor Strong, Bishop Henry fj,
don with power to open negotiations under control, thousands of panic- they went through the flames. Lot bounty cases.
Truly sang in the chorus at the Tivoli ter, Henry J. Bristow,
ex-Jo^™
with the government of Great Britain stricken persons were wandering home­ tic’s hair was burned completely off,
Washington, Feb. 19.— The agricul­ and was engaged to be married to Charles Daly, Seth Low and Wil
for the settlement of the boundary dis­ less in the streets, many lay «lead in and when abe reached the sidewalk tural appropriation bill occupied the Poole. Mrs. Shattuck became impa­
E. Dodge, has been sent to a noml
pute.
the morgue, and property worth nearly j N ellie was burned only about her bare attention of the house today. A great tient to have the wedding take place prominent men in this city and Bi
deal of criticism of Secretary Morton and, January 4, compelled Truly to lyn, looking toward the formats
Barney Beck, a printer, shot and $2,000,090 had been destroyed, inclnd- ar™8 They were taken home.
The loss by Are ia from $360.000 to was indulged in on both sides of the
sarioualy wounded Mrs. & B. Uatlin ing the noble cmthedral and the con­
write a letter to Poole, telling him that a commission to further the mori
$400.000. with about $100,000 iraur- political aiale, bnt, as on Monday, not
in Ansoonds, Mont.
He was pursued vent which adjoined it.
her mother was very ill and to call at now in progress in England and
ance. A t least 600 people are thiown 1 one arose to his defense. A t last, the house at onoe. Poole shoved the
by an angTy mob, bnt killed himself
country for the establishment of *
D. W illis James, of New York, has
Pearson asked if there were not some summons and found Mrs. Shattuck in manent court of arbitration to sei
before they could capture him. In­ offered $26,000 toward paying the debt Í out of work.
member, Democratic, Populist or Re- bed. She at once broached the subject disputes arising between the U b ^|
fatuation for the woman, and her re­ of the American board of foreign mis­
N in e P e rn o n * H o rn e d to I>e»th .
fusal to aooept his attentions is given sion« The g ift ia to be made on con­
publican, who would raiae a voice in of her daughter’ s engagement aud de- State* and Great Britain.
London, Feb. 18.— A number of hor­
as the cause
dition that $90,000 additional be sub- rible accidents occurred at a fire early his defense. His question was greeted manded that the wedding take plaoe at
S p a n ia rd * K i l l i n g Prl*on er*.
Martin Cleary, a custom-house in­ anribed before March I. The board this morning in a tenement honse at with a chorus of "n oes" from all sides once. Poole demurred and was ac-
Tampa, Fla., Feb. 18 . — Forty §
spector. was arrested in San Kranoiaoo, members are making a determined No. 7 Church street, Soho, behiud the of the house. An amendment was oai**l by the mother of having been
penidng when the honse adjourned, unduly intimate with her daughter sengers arrived on the steamer O M
charged w ith accepting bribes from a effort to oarry out the conditions of the Palace theater of varietie«
Five
Chinese opium manufacturer and from offer. The $90,000 has been appor­ children and four adults were burned making mandatory the executon of the W hile the two were discussing the from Cuba tonight. They f*f (
( Mlnene emigrants, who desired to tioned as follows: Boston, $35,000; to death. One man jumped from a provision in the bill for the distribu ease, Mre. Shattuck became so wrought, rumor prevails
in Havana tbit 1
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.,i of - seeds. It is . understood Cousins
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- that
- she - - drew
- - - - »revolver from under I prisoners in Moro castle are beingdl
Land but did not poeaeaa the necessary New York, $30,000; Chicago, $25,000. , window and was impaled upon the tion
w
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n
iffer
an
amendment,
directing
the
h
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pillow
and
shot
Poole
dead.
as
the
firing
can
be heard in tfaesl
certificates authorising them to enter
Milton Evans, chairman of the railing of a fence. He was removed to secretary of the
farmers' committee, of W alla Walla, a hospital in a dying condition. Sev­
M m United State«
*
‘ ° M t h h " ‘ d w a .“ re V w W , n g April Mr8’ S h g tt n o k H o m f * ha8 " « “ fled W eyler that
the payment of
Secretary Morton , w*a tried before Judge Belcher. Her he attempt to repeat hia atrocit*
has reoeived a letter from Washington, eral other persons escaped from the
salary until this provision was exe- attorneys set up a defenae of inaanity, the former
Cassius R. Carter, a retired sergeant
through Senator Squire, from W. R. burning building with the greatest
ented.
<4 the United States army, wsa found
Morireon, of the interstate commerce difficulty.
1
q o i c k l T c ° n - * * 8h,,t h y
a s sa ssin s,
a o,
dead in his room in the Palmer honse,
commission, in which Morrison says
« S n id i»!-’. Su icid a.
uf 8f*,lti‘nced to life imprison- secret service detective, Garcii«
Chicago. Death was caused by asphyx­
H e a th o f an A r c t t r E x p lo r e r .
the commission had considered the
Halt Lake, Feb. 18.— Private Mar- ment. Her attorneys appealed to the ! “ trive on the next steamer, cot
iation
Carter had the diatinction of
oumplaint made by Evans sgainst the
coor‘ fw » new trial, and af- sioned to remain here to spy i
New York, Feb. 18.— Thedeathnear shall T. Mitchell, formerly of M i « . ,
having served
twenty-three years
Mr, Shattuck had aerved one year pedition«
Railway A Navigation Com- Christiana, Norway, of Elvind AiArup* sippi. committed suicide at Fort Mians-
Dour-
w ith the Seventh oavalry. General Otvgon
n ane
a llt o v ili» lR .it
avnaam w o
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pany. alleging that excessive freight I a mem tier of one of Lieutenant Pearv’ lase by shooting,
The cause was in prison the appeal was granted.
O n . n , , k A f t e r H e r H n ,h n a * |
Caster's old regiment. He partici­
Mrs. Shattuck ia the second person
rate* were charged on wheat, and that Arctic expedition, is announced in
despondency.
pated in a doten engagements with
N ew Orleans, Feb. 18.— M r«
convicted of murder who has been ac­
the oommiaaiou has derided to make a letter received by Jorgen Astrup, a
hostile Indiana and sartied a record as
J- Nicholson, J proprietresa
of thaf
alight reduction from Walla W alla to brother, who live*
!"
in
Brooklyn.
— In beginning to teach deaf mutes quitted on a second trial during the in n » "
a brave soldier on the frontier.
She 1
-Tnne* dle<l this morning.
—
Portland, and that an order to that A «trap was the only companion of the trt of speech, they are at Ural last two month«. A «her« .«», *
a^ ° 8u^ erin* irom the grip when b«f
Delegate Catron, of N ew Mexioo. effect w ill be issued as soon aa it can be Peary ia hia march to Independence placed before a mirror an«', taught to Hr. Went, who w *« convicted t
8 week sgo.and t h , -
the author of the anti pnaeflgbt b i" prepared and painted
bay. la the expedition of 18»S.
form with their lips the rcw el sound dering Addie G i l m o u r w . ^ 1 “ ^ , ^
under aimilar circumstance«
^
8h* ttw ed her system that he;
developed into congestion of U
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en.
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