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w W ASHINGTON IX JÜNTY H ATCH ET.
BROUGHT T O A CRii
STR IKE R S ARE QUIET.
viaier and the minister of foreign a f
The Fr*>i4rat K»ld to l l » VA
fairs of Constantinople have both de
» Not« to Spain.
N« Attempt* H « t # Keea Sind* to Take j
clared that they have received no in
f is h o n t k e L o n e r R A v e r .
SOUTINE WORK OF THE FIFTY-
Chicago, A p ril 13.— A disp«
formation regarding the alleged expul
SACK A M EXICAN C IT Y AND K IL L
(P IT O M E OF THE TE LEG R APH IC sion of Ber. George W
Aatona. Or.. A p n l 14.— ¿ince the
the Time*-Herald from \y«i
opening of the honing M M t no at
LO C AL O F FIC IA LS .
NEWS OF THE WORLD.
American missionary, from Bulla. It
tempts hare been made to eaten salmon .
is staled that Knapp has already ar
At last President Cleveland h«t*
on the lower n rer. and, aa far
can S a h a ta a e * o f th a M U a and R e n a l « » » « » * action iu la-half of Cuba, g,
rived at Diarbekir. The local author
iB ttlftU d by IcduQ L a *j# rt. T h « j
4 a U t o r M U a i C a llM lU a * f ! ! • ■ * f l o u t
In t r o d u c e d la th a S en a te a a d H o « . » made to Spain a formal pto>
that the good offices of tfte n
Plot .4|#iu»t the (loieruiuFBt. on the danger of any trouble between the
l b * T w o H a a l a p k a m l-ra a a a la J In a Kiddle is now awaiting instructions
- C o u d e o ie d R e c o r d o f th e l l o i n s * o f
j States be accepted in madia“
Ground That the Now state T a ir»
C ow daoaod r a r a a - A L a r p A a a u l
t h e N a t io n a l L a o m a h e r s —S eu n U .
' tween that country and her i
The contract of sale of Chino ranch
W cr* I'DronsliiutioDAl.
O f I n f o r m a t io n In n « w a l l » p n c o .
Baker a bay, no fish hare berii taken,
to an Engliah syndicate has been bled
Washington, April 11.— The senate colony in the West Indies.
News ha* been received that 1.500 for record with the oounty recorder of
C ity of Mexico, A p ril 15.— A tele
committee un appropriations today re | proposition waa made in a
iB B ig ra o u are about to leave Naples San Bernardino oounty. CaL The pur gram from Oaxaca C ity states that the sumption s y the fisnermen, and there j ported the naval appropriation bill. I of instructions to onr minister
(or the United Slate«.
chase pnoe is #1,500.000
The sale rebela Indians at the town of Juqaeia
The principal amendments are as fol rid, Mr. Hannis Taylor, sthichl
N o diploma'
T w o masked men entered a aalocn in includes 42,000 aerea and consists of killed a ll the town councilors, school- done until either pnees afU tea con lows: For testing the methods of j dispatched today.
A ston* and robbed the crap game of rich mesa and semi-moist lands in teacners, local priests, chief of police siderably or the fiauermen and trap throwing high explosives from guns on j patch of equal impoitance has left)
er bich the Chino beet sugar factory and the telegarph operator in fact, owners are actually compelled to begin board ship with ordinary velocitiea, rapital since Secretary Gluey's*
the bank roll, amounting to #560.
operations, on a ecu on t of inability to j #50.000; for the purchase of additional ) the British government on they)
Governor MeGraw, of Washington, now stands, and is one of the meat fer nearly every one nolding a government
land adjoining the naval station at zuela boundary question was sen)
has issued a proclamation designating tile tracts of land in Southern C ali place. The people are in terror.
This morning a committee from the
The rebels began their plotting in
Port Royal. S. Cl, #5,000; for paving summer. It brings to a crisis the-^
A p n i 24 as Arbor day for tne year fornia.
fishermen's union called upon sheriff the streets at Annapolis academy, #13,- tions between the United St«tei7
The state of Ohio, on and after Jnly holy week, instigated by Indian law
000, and also a provision directing the ] Spain, which have been
w ill inflict capital puni-hment by
An explosion occurred in the engine
men had no desire to cause trouble, or board of visitors to the academy to ex since the outbreak of the Cubase
room of the Murphy Varnish worts, in electricity, the b ill having passed both state taxes were unconstitutional, but
commit any breacn of the peace, and
amine and report upon the advisability '• lion.
Chicago. Several men were seriously houses
excitement among them, considering that, i f any disturbance was caused by cf purchasing additonal land for the
The note thonrongbly expli
hurt and two fatally.
Gustav Koerner, ex-lieutenant-gov-
they were engaged in their drunken outside influences, he (the seen*! i could academy. The senate today took up
attitude of the United Sutes, and)
Count Mattel, the discoverer of the ercor of Illinois, snd ex minister to oelebration of the season. But procur depend upon the members of the union
the pension cases cn the cslendar and reasous which have led to this;
system of medicine which bears his Spain, died in S t Loots aged 87. He
ing arms and machetes, they made a to assist nun in preserving the peace.
passed a large number of them.
The principal pointa of the dii
name, died in Bologna The system oad a good war record,
rush for the town halL The prefect At their request, hhenff Hare investi
Washington. April 13.— In the sen are:
was a development of homeopathy.
The bouse committee on territories hastily clcsed the doors, which they gated the truth of the report that local
First— The president offers the ■
P hilip Heppner, s well-known w ire- has voted to report the h ew Mexico soaked with petroleum and burned, fish dealers were not permitted to ex ate today Call stated that inquiries
houseman of Arlington. Or., commit- statehood bill to the home, and also thus effecting sn entrance. They sack pose salmon for tale, and the dealers in had been made of him by Eugene V. j offices of the United Sutes governJ
ted saicide by shooting himself through decided to defer action on the Airsona ed the plaoe penetrating the private formed nun that they had no intima Debs, and other labor leaders, as to in mediation between Spain and tt»|
snrgeuts, with a view to a settle
the brain with a 38caliber revolver.
s* part meets of the prefect and grossly tion that any objection had been raised whether the senate judiciary commit
The house committee on m ilitary
The Borne correspondent of the Lon- maltreating the women of his fam ily by the members of the union to their tee was taking any tetion in restric of tbe trouble and to bring aboutr
affaira has decided to report favorably don Chronicle says the pope sanetton- and then, turning their attention to selling as many fish as they oould dis tion of the power of federal judges in Cnba.
Second— The note recalls the os)
the resolution to bestow the rank of vd the publication of the appeal for ar- the officials and armed servants, killed pose of.
The re pert that the union Hoar, chairman of the judiciary com
lieutenant-general a General Nelson I bttraoan by Cardinals Vaughan,
and wounded several. The scene was men had determined upon such a course mittee. sa.d all the members believed spondence between this goverac
gue and Gibbons
a horrible one. as the assault took place was received with incredulity by many some comprehensive legislation in this and Spain at the time of the tenjp
Senator Gallinger has introduced in in the early evening, and the excite here, who sympathize with the fisher line was needed, and several plans war, when President Gram and Se?
The expedition of the Russian Geo
tary Fish proposed mediation ami -
graphical Society, equipped for the ex the senate a b ill lor the creation of a ment of tne mob was indescribable. men in their strike, and caused no in were under consideration. Mitchell,
of Oregon, reported a resolution provid Spanish government, though dedj '
ploration of the Irkutsk reigon of Si United >tales commission to treat with A mob of drunken Indians, after sack considerable anger among the fisher
to accept it, proposed ceruin reform
beria, has started, and w ill be absent commissioners from other Christian ca ing the town hall, went to the federal men themselves. The managers of the ing for the payment of the salaries of
The fact that the CW
tions for the correction of intolerable sum p office and assaulted it, burning three local fish markets published a Senators Mantle, of Montana, and Cuba.
down the door with petroleum, which card in this afternoon's paper denounc Clark, of Wyoming, from March 4, States was in part instrumental?
The first report of the battle at evils in the Ottoman empire.
bringing about that settlement, anil j
Mount Mocran. A p n l 2. stated that the
Baron von Schrader, master of cere also oommunicated fire to the entire ing the story as absolutely false, and 1893, the date when the senatorial
charge that the Spanish govern»
Italians lost 100 killed and wounded monies at tne Prussian court, is dead house, placing Collector Graciada. who tore by assisted mater i^ily in strengtn- seats of those states became vacant
Call presented a joint resolution c lo had not kept its promises are giryj
Now it is admitted that ten officers and from injuries inflicted by Count von was cm the roof with his clerks, in a ening the p.wition of the fishermen.
oming the imprisonment of Mrs. May- the reasons why the United Stats;
#00 men were killed.
K ota formerly one of the court cham most perilous position, but they man
C UT THEIR WAY OUT.
brick, requesting the president to inter has a right to be heard in the can
W. H. M Christie, astronomer royal,
Third— It is pointed out that ^
vene with the British authorities to
w ill leave London in July next, and
D e * p e r » t e E n r o in t e r B e tw e e n i n g li- h
wards securing her release. After con present rebellion in Cnba has aa
paaa through Bntiah Columiba en route Pm »*:»
T ro o p * *n d T filfib e le * .
siderable debate the resolution went much more serious aspect than
to Japan in order to witness the eclipse
Deputy Game Warden Brewster, of decorated themselves with finery. They
Buluwayo, A p ril 14.— Details have to the judiciary committee.
former insurrection the insurgent!
there in the autumn.
Grand Kapida, Mien., begun wbole-
and are now in the hills. The revolt
Washington, April 15.— In the sen ing apparently uken poeeesion of f
r . . . n has taken official action in sale arrest of nshermen and leisure of
is local, and w ill be suppressed, and
ate Hoar, from the committee on judic island, except Havana, and a small:
regard to the Cree Indian matters, and their nets upon tne charge tnat tne
the instigators of the Indians w ill be result of whicn he suffered a reverse iary, reported back Call's resolution tion round about.
the present outlook is that a ll Creea in meshes are smaller titan the lawful
and was compelled to ask for assistance proposing intervention in the case of
Spain is assured of the fact that'1
Nearly every fishing firm in severely punished, as they took advan from Buluwayo.
the Untied S u m s w ill be deported
tage of their gn.es ignorance.
Mrs. Maybrick. “ I ask indefinite post United States is actuated by only”
Grand HaTen u complained against
within the next four weeks.
The Matabeles surrounded and at ponement of the resolution,”
said interested motives and by a
Americans intending to travel in
tacked Captain Brands' column, con
The Assembly has passed the bill
The report was read, and it re through friendship to bring abouj
SU PREM E
DECISIONS. sisting of 130 men. which bad been Hoar
lim iting the hours of labor of women
cited briefly that the proposed inter more pacific and satisfactory stater1
sent to relieve Gwsnda, twenty eight
and children to sixty hours per week, advised to obtain passports at Wash
vention was not a subject within the affairs in tbe island. Spain ia
miles south of here, on the Tuli read. jurisdiction of the senate. A vote was to accept onr good offices in the:
and puts all esublishmenu under con ington. as the new rules make idenn-
cation indispensable before the pass-
Captain Brand formed a laager for the
trol of the board of health.
about to be taken on indefinitely post in which they are tendered, and (
Washington. A p ril 15.— In the case purpose of offering a betner defense
Charles Parkin and Patrick Cardi r rta are issued from the American
poning Call's resolution when Allen hope is expressed that the Spanish;
of the Northern Pacific R ailw ay Com against the attack.
gan. two members of a wrecking crew, embassies in Europe.
suggested that it would be well to wait erument w ill see its way to granting:
The enemy were
News from Seoul says that the Cor- pany against Samuel Peterson, an fighting ensued.
were struck by a fast freight train on
notil the author of the resolution was form in Cnba.
the Pennsylvania road near Bowntng- eana are determined to exterminate tne opinion by Justioe Peckham, of the su found to be well armed with Martini present.
Tbe president does not ask Spain)
Thereupon the resolution
Japanese, bolding them responsible for preme court, today reversed the opinion nfies. and they returned a strong and went to the calendar. A lengthy dis grant the independence of Cnba,:
ton. Pa., and instantly killed.
of the court below. The case was one well-aimed fire «gains: Captain Brand's
does he suggest that home rule be:
The secretary of the treasury hat
for damages on account of xn accident, Maxim gun. with such good effect that cussion took place over awarding the
contract for the Patent Office Gazette. corded the people of that island,
I for an appropriation of #3.000 to men have been organise to threaten the and the question involved was whether
bt expended under the direction of the J*P *n« e factories. Japan has sent
Cullom presented a partial agreement leaves all these questions to be
a section boss was a fellow-servant or
Captain Brand's ammunition ran
United Sutea marshal of Alaska for warships to Fuaan. snd other points
cussed after Spain shall have eips
an agent of the road. The opinion short, and the fierce attack of the Mat from the conference committee on leg
a willingness to accept mediation
the repair of public buildings in
bolds him to be a fellow-servant Jus abeles continuing, the situation of his islative, executive and judicial appro
The first bicycle m ilitia company in
Teller and Mitchell
tice Pecxham also delivered the opin force began to grow desperate. They priation bills
A CRAZED HUSBAND.
The navy department has received a the Northwest has been organised in
ion of the court in the case of the were finally obliged to fight their way presented the majority and the minor
report from Passed Assistant W. P. Tacoma by twenty-five members of
Northern Pacific R ailw ay Company vs. through the enemy's line. They suc ity views on the bankruptcy bill. Bur M u r d e r e d H I * E n t i r e F a m i l y
Arnold, that the black plague has Company C, under B f i e lad o f Cap-
G. L. Lew is Lewis had claimed dam ceeded in cutting their way out with a row* was then recognized in support of
K ille d H im a e lf.
the claim of Dupont to a seat in the
made iu appearance in Hong Kong, tain Howell- The members are prac ages for the destruction of 10.000 ourds
Ices of five troopers killed aDd sixteen
Muskeogon, Mich., A p ril 13.—Ns
bet that the fact is being oonoealed for ticing the cycling movement* adopted of wood by a fire which started from a
wounded. It is estimated that 150 of
by the United b la tea army.
has been received from Pentwateraf?
Northern Pacific locomotive.
As it the Matabeles were killed.
B o a # «.
bold attempt on the life of Willianfi
By the explosion of >00 pounis of appeared that the wood in question was
The board of health of San Francisco
In response to Captain Brand's mes
Washington, Ap ril 11.— The house
aa been notified that a Chinese pas- powder in a magaxine on the 1,100-foot cut upon the public domain and was sage calling for assistance, a relief of today after debating the bill to abolish Sands, president of the Sands & Me
eager on the Gaelio died at Yokohama level of the St. Lawrence mine in located upon government land when 250 men. with artillery, was dispatch compulsory pilotage on Baling vessels well Lumber Company, last nighlj
March 31 of the plague. The steamer Butte, Monk, six men lost their lives burned, the oourt held that Lewis did ed as quickly at possible. This force engaged in the ooastwise trade, defeat When he was within a few yards f
home, H. B. Mtnchall jumped fromts
sailed for San Francisco the « m e day Their names are Con G. Lowney. Joan not have sufficient title to it to entitle met Captain Brand's column returning.
ed the measure by a large majority— hind a corner, and commenced sho
She w ill be quarantined on her arrival Quinlan. Ed Shields, Jainee Dwyer, him to damages for iu destruction and
58 to 117. The District of Columbia at him. Sands ran across the
$ k ir m i»h e » > > * r H tT a n * .
The Northern P aiillc office in Spo John McVeigh snd Patrick O’ Ronrke. decided in favor of the railway com
appropriation bill, which was recom to his home, the would-be assi
The Taylor brothers, the condemned pany.
kane has advioes that a general ad
_________ ________ _
Havana. Ap ril 15.— Colonel Tort has mitted early in March, after a pro
keeping up the fire. F ive shots *3
vance in freight rates to the ooast over
been engaged south of Melana, prov tracted fight against appropriations for
fired, three hitting him in the l
A ClnmiT Bomb.
the transcontinental line« of about 25 from the oounty ja il in Carrol ton. Mo.
ince of Havana, with about 2.000 in prviate and sectarian charitable institu
arm and one in the leg.
N ew York. A p ril 16.— A packsge surgents under Mateo and Carrillo.
par cent w ill be made in a few week# George Taylor made his escape, but
tions, was brought into the house to
Minchell immediatly went horn
The statement cornea from unquestioned B ill was retaken, and is again behind addressed to Theodore Roosevelt, at po The enemy left twenty killed and re day with the specific appropriations
the bars in ja il, in which the two lice headquarters, and marked “ M edi tired witn sixty wounded. It is stated stricken out, and containing in lieu shot his w ife and children, and
«•th orn y
took bis own life.
James I. Dosier, on his preliminary brothers were to haT» been hanged to cin e," was brought to the general p et that the insurgent leader. Cardenas, is thereof an appropriation of a lump sum
The officers fonnd Minchall's m-
office today by a colloetor of mail from seriously wounded. Maximo Gomes is
•semination on a charge of killing gether on A p ril SO.
for charities, to be expended nnder the
John Have* was shot and killed by the downtown boxes. A postoffice em now said to be in the Santo Espintns direction of the District commissioners, dence locked and broke the door. A
Frank K elly at B elleville, Or., on
horrible sight was presented Mn
March 31, was acquitted in Justice two masked rubber* at Los Angeles. ployee tore off the wrappings at one distirct. province of bants Clara. Gen with the proviso that no part of the ap
end. revealing the beads of several eral A roles personally oversees every
Mincball was lying on the floor of th
Johanon’ a court in Salem. The e v i The men entered his store, and com
propriation shonld go to institutions in
dence proved that the shouting was in pelled him to throw np his hands. matches and b iu of fuse. A d examina detail and passed the whole night yes ecclesiastical or sectarian controL The siting-room with a bullet hole in
They took wbat money there was in non showed that by a vigorous tearing terday in catching the military line featore of the debate was a vigorous temple. Near her was the dead body,
apart of the wrapping paper, toe
of her daughter, Rnby, about 18 y«
A t the city election in Cimmaron. the cashdrawer, and demanded that matches would be ignited and set off across the province of Pinar del Rio. attack on the A. P. A. by Fitzgerald.
old. In the corner lay Minchall, wt#
Kan , Mrs. O. A. Curtis was elected be open the safe. He resisted and was the fuse, which entered a large crack Three soldiers were tr.ed by oourt-
Washington. April 13.— Hainer re an empty revolver clutched in b»
maroal for mutiny. A dispatch from
mayor by a small m ajority over Dr. shot in the breast and killed.
er. filled with powder. The bomb waa Matanzas today announces that the in port* (J the fortification appropriation band. He, too, was dead. In an I#
In Philadelphia a regularly organi
The election board is oom-
genuine, though not so dangerous as to surgent incendiary. Mesa, was shot bilL The bill provides for fortifica joining bedroom was fonnd the 1
poaed of women, who were out in fu ll sed and equipped m iliu ry bicycle corps have proved fa u L
It waa clumsily there this morning. It is reported that tions and other works of defense for of George, aged 4. and his mfuil|
force. Mrs. Curtis is over 60 yean of is now engaged in drilling and other made.
their armanent and the heavy ordnanoe
it waa CoLso. the insurgent leader, for trial service for the fisal year which brother. They were in bed togetb«,;
work preparatory to embarking for
age and it quite wealthy.
and death evidently came upon then
who. with 800 men. set fire to the begins next July.
Gr»T## Want« the Kond«.
Cuba. About 150 members are en
The steamer Empress of Japan, from
town of Santiago de las Vegss on Tues specific appropriations amounting to while they slept.
rolled. Officers have been elected, and
Yokohama, brings word that Mount
Minchall was an insurance sg*K
the baggage and munitions of war are Graves, of New York, today filed in day last. The government has ordered #5.842,000. and in addition authority
Kiriahtma was in eruption March 15.
now being secured. They are all Phil the district supreme court a petition a horse levy and w ill purchase for is given the secretary of war to make and an attorney. He left a long let»,
M. Lievre, of the French warship Far-
the gist of which is that Sands pron-j
for mandamus to compel Secretary of ready cash here all horeea not required contracts for the further expenditure
tail. was ascending the monnuin when
ised him all his company's busmei
Premier Bowell has introduced a bill
of #5.542,000 by the engineer and and now demanded a third of the con-
the crater broke forth, and was sen-
delivered to the authorities within a
ooaly wounded, his guide being in in the Canadian seDste respecting the bonds to the amount of #4.500.000 of short period and those who fail to com ordnance departments, making the mission.
Behring sea claims, the object of which the recent issue of 30-vear 4 per cents
total authorized expenditure # 1 1 , 384 ..
Hinchall was badly involved, and bn
U to confer on the commissioners who The p-tition seu out that he bid for ply with the order w ill be considered 000. The war department estimates
extreme love for his fam ily prompt*
The instructions to United Sutes may be appointed to investigate and this amount at #115 338. and complied traitors and their horses w ill be confis
on which the bill is based, amounted him to kill them rather than see tbe
revenue vessels for the patrol of the seal ore pare the claims that w ill become with a ll the regulations; that his bid cated.
suffer. Mr. Sands died as 7:20 tbn
waters during the coming season hsve due under the Pans award the (n il was also accep’ ed. and that the ongi- j
B r o k e T h r o u g h a T r e s tle .
Waahington, April 15— The bouse evening.
been completed by the treasury depart- power of judges, with respect to the nal notice of allotment was not sent
Louisville. Ky.. April 15.— A special spent the day transacting business re-
mant. and w ill shortly be issued to the summoning of witnesses, while adju to him. aa to the other bidders, snd
T o K u j T h e ir O w n W h e a t.
to the Times from Mitchell says: Five
captain* of the vessels They are sub dicating upon the claims
sltbough requested, no allowsnoe was men were instantly killed and two lating to the District of Columb’a
Milwaukee, A p n l 18 — A t a seel*
stantially the same as those of last
meeting of millers belonging to flu
Robert W. Edgren, of the university made by the department for time lost others were so badly injured that they
intention of B m le tt to call up today
of California, has again beaten the by the negligent act of the department w ill die before night, tn a bridge acci his bill to authorize racing in the Dis combine, a compact was formed by
Dispatches from Constantinople say world’s
record. in misdirecting the official allotment dent half a mile from Bedford Junc trict of Columbix, but he was given no which all the higher grade of wheat»
that an imperial trade has decreed From the regulation seven-foot nng be notion.
tion, on the Belt railroad, on which opportunity to do so. It is said he w ill be used in the mills of Milwaukee wiH
the wholesale expuaion of all Christian hurled a 16 pound hammer the salon
be purchased from the dealers by a»
the stone from Bedford Junction quarry
ask unanimous consent for the consid-
missionaries from Armenia, who are ishtng disunoe of 148 feet 6 inches.
man, who is a joint agent o f all **
is transferred from one road to an erstion of the bill tomororw.
mainly French, and all Protestants. It This was over three feet farther than
Load an. Ap ril 14. — A senMtionil other. at 9 o'clock this morning. The
m ill, in the city. Gratndealers alls#»
is still possible, says the report, by im the world's record and a foot farther
ha* been made at Bedding of a Mrin broke through the trestle. The preliminary routine business was trane- a discrimination in m illing wheat tram
mediate pressure to prevent the execu than Edgren's previous trial throw.
woman named Dyer, and her aon-in dead are: Charles Ogden, conductor;
S to 1 cent a bushel against the Mil
tion o f the decree, but do time is to be
law Palmer, charged with murdering a Sherman Carpenter, fireman; Warren. heirs of John Reuben. l*te United waukee market, and in favor of Minne
The situation in Gloucester. Eng
States attorney for the middle district
comber of infanta. The bodies of eiz Leonard, Master*, n. Bevmea.
apolis on the basis of tbe freight differ
land, where the virulent smallpox is
of Tennessee. #295. being the balance
The new deal ia declared »
W illiam Kemper and John Limpke, raging, is so serious that the govern children, who bad been apparently jured: Charles Davis, engineer; Men -
of compensation due him. The house
of Otis, Ind., engaged in a friendly ment is likely to Uke charge. Up to
nave paved the way for the Duls*
eon teat for boxing supremacy in a March 28 there were 700 cases, and
and Gem mill* to join the miUsrf
A •aaaaaafal Uipmdiiimm.
of the district business
saloon at that plaoe. A fter a few since then there has been an increase of are known to hare been committed to
combin«, from which they have tbn
parens. Kemper struck Limpke in the fifty weekly. The percentage of deaths
far held aloof. It was rumored tbk
failed, and, at 4:30 the house ad-
The injured man fell un is twenty-five, and the town la in a
afternoon that Faist, Kraus Co. hW
amadous, and remained so until be ex- Mate of panto. The dean of Gloucester
at last joined tbe combine of m ill*
commanded bs Colonel Munson A.
K i l l » « k g H i . H ir e d
f i n d soon after.
but one member of the firm staled tb*
has issued an appeal for aasisfaiKvc
Guerre, who had 45 men. 800 rifle«,
W illiam Biggersts ff. the murderer,
T * * M any » n n tru ft*.
Heavy d rifu of Arctic ice drove
Xenia. O.. April 14.— John Cotton «hey bad not done ao as y e t Tbe f ir »
400 000 cartridge* and a large amount
however, is connected with the wbs*
wan hanged in Helena. M oot.. for the along the shore is the neighborhood
Washington. April 16.— The senate of dynamite
Although the expedition a farm hand, shot Elsa Brian, his em’ buying scheme.
mnrder o* Richard Johnson, the cham of St. Johns. N. F . and crowds of fish com mi th e on commerce has been con coat but #50.000. it is considered as Plover, through the bean yesterdav
ptsn fighter of Montana He exhtbised ermen started on the floes in search of sidering the river and harbor bill fur important ss those of Garcia and Col
Cotton became en-
T * e Irmrl* R
an onlociked-for eoolneaa The execu seal. A wild n o w storm overtook the several days
It is undersbod that la««». because do money was spent on
because Bryan told him to clean
London. April 16 . -
It is feared that many of considerable oppositt n ha* develops! a steamer for it.
tion area most soooeaafuL His neck fishermen.
the stable be«*,. He gave h.mseu“ “ for Foreign Affairs G.
was broken, and he was pronounced them have been caught and w ill be us to the many contract« provided for in
»•plying to*a question
dead in 8
minutes after jerking np able to return. Mock anxiety prevails the bill.and that there is qatte a strug
— Dr Peters, the African explorer,
commons today, mid
for their safety. When such storms gle over that particular Nature. It u is about to undertake a new explora
— Microeoopteti aad entorno!«« nr. fair«* « Constanti nop
contract* are aathoriaad tion of Somaliland in the interest of a
Ker rin g to the United States charge « " T * *b* **• «•!<<• Tears ago, to Usas claimed more
- y that the fie. . mouth « ^ , 1 * dl<- bad been informe
ought to cany.
d'affaire«. John W. Riddle, the grand w ar» l o * la a n » ila T way.
number at wealthy Americana
government that the
« « « ¡ J between bn fora Ugs.
nuaiotuûraf had been
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