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Washington County News
Anarchist Conspiracy in Rio Janeiro
to Blow Up Fleet.
Issued Each Week
OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
IM M U N IT Y .
Olstrict Attorney Langdon Says
gotlations Are O ver.
CONFIRMED IN PARIS
San Francisco, Jan. 20.— It was an
Rio de Janeiro, Jan. 21.— The Bra
nounced late Saturday night that the
zilian police have discovered an anar
graft prosecution bus determined to dis
= = ¡ehistic plot b«ra having as ita object
Sets Out Walnut Trees
GATHER H O P D ATA.
the destruction of part of the American
Rickreall— J. B. Stump, one of the ontinue all negotiations with Abraham
fanners residing in this county, Ruef, the central figure ia tliu graft
fleet now lying in the harbor. 1 he con Pacific Coast H o rg 'o w e rs ’ Association
has planted 175 acres of hh large farm 'ases, in tin matter of granting him
Wants Oregon Acreage.
spiracy, while centering in Rio Janeiro
near Monmouth to English walnuts,
and Petiopolis, lias ramifications in
Halein— Tiie board of directors for and will make his walnut grove a com immunity. It was further stated tliat
j sao Paulo and .Minas Geraes.
today the prosecution would demund
Oregon of tiie Pacific Coast Hopgrow- mtreial proposition.
Tiie trees are
An individual nHmed .lean Fed her, ers’ union met here last week and form
that Ruef be put on tiiul before Judge
who resided in Petropolis, was the ulated a plan for ascertaining the names
chief conspirator hero, although it is of all the hopgrowers in the stale, the rows one way ami of 40 feet tlie other Dunne on one of the many charges of Steamer Reported to Have Conveyed
wav. In the space lietween tiie rows of '•ribery for which he lias been indicted.
A Resume o f the Less Important but understood tliat foreign anarchists are
acreage of hops owned by each, tiie
Explosives to Southern P0rt
Not Less Interesting Events
This determination of the prosecution
deeply involved in the plot. Fedher is names of growers who have signed tiie walnut trees Royal Anne cherries are
— Precautions Taken
believed to have fled to Sao Paulo and constitution and bylaws of the union
o f the Past Week.
quickly the land set to walnuts will less negotiations with Ruef. It is said
the police, who know him, have been and tiie acreage of each.
soon lie made profitable while awaiting
sent to that place for the purpose of
It is expected that this information the first crop from tiie walnut trees. tliat some tune ago the prosecution
promised Ruef partial immunity in
Burns and Ruef clashed in court and
will be at hand and complete soon and
Paris, Jan. 21.— The reports cabled
tives who was well acquainted with then for tiie first time it w ill tie known Experiments made here in part years consideration of tiie taking the witness from Rio de Janeiruo that tiie Biaz lian
almost came to blows.
stund and truthfully testifying in full
Fedher, having served on the police
The miners’ federation may defeat force at Petropolis for some time, re definitely how many acres of hops are that Mr. Stump's venture is not looked to all his transactions with public serv authorities were warned from Pang ol
grown in Oregon. This information is upon as an experiment.
a possible attempt to blow up tbe
the Nevada constabulary law.
ice corporation officials to be tiitd on American batt'e hip licet while in the
turned from tliat place today. After necessary in order to ascertain the pro
tiie charge of bribery.
Colorado etcckmen in their conven having made investigation there and portion of acreage represented in the
harbor there are true
Home time ago
When the District Court of Appeals
tion upheld the government’ s forestty had a long conference with the chief of union and also tiie names of growers
Filing on Harney Lands
certain suspicions indicating the exist
police at Rio Janeiro, the latter gave it who are needed as members but w ho
Burns— Tiie business of the United rendered its decision declaring void tiie ence of a plot to destroy the whole ora
to be understood later that tne Sao have not joined.
States land office in this city (or the indictments for extortion against ex- poition of the fleet, either Ht KioJanei.
Walsh, the convicted Chicago bank
Paulo police are on the track of the
The work of gathering the statistics quarter ending December 31, 1907, Mayor Hehinitx, to which Ruef had al ro or in the Straits of Magellan, were
wrecker, says he merely made invest
arch conspirator and expect to arrest was designated to the secretary, Joseph makes an excellent showing for this ready pleaded guilty, it is charged tliat aroused and communicated to Rio Ja-
Baumgartner, and arrangements were country, the total entries and proofs Ruef, realizing that tiie decision placed neiround Washington.
A New York grand jury is making a
made to raise a fund of $1,000 to pay for the period covering 51,200.69 acres him in an advantageous position, de steamer »a s reported to have conveyed
searching investigation into banking
the immediate expenses of tiie organi and the payments, fees and commis manded full immunity. Tiiis thepios- explosives for the use of tiie conspira.
MAKE GOOD PROGRESS.
zation work in Oregon. W hile no par sions amounting to $56,944.64.
The ecution would not consent to grant, and tois to Rio Janeiro, arriving there
Evelyn Thaw will again tell her But Philippine Delegates Say It Is Too ticular effort will be made to learn the month of December brought in $29,000 there followed a series of conferences in about the middle of December, and
acreage of hops that will be plowed up of this sum. When it is considered which Ruef endeavored to secure better John Fedher, whose name is mentioned
story to the jury despite the efforts of
Soon for Home Ru'a.
this season, it is probable that a pretty that the financial pan c held business terms.
in the Rio Janeiro dispatches, was one
San Francisco, Jan. 21.— Speaking of fair idea of the extent of the plowing in suspense a good part of the quarter,
of the men whose names were revealed
The Sovereign bank of Canada,
conditions in the Philippines, Benito up will be gained.
here as implicated in tiie conspiracy.
it will be se'>n tliat tiie movement for
RU SSIAN F O LLO W S FLEET
which has failed, was largely a Morgan
The alleged plot is supposed to have
settlement of Harney county and con
I.egarda, delegate to congress, who,
tiguous country is a determined one Naval O fficer o f the C zsr Watching some rather startling ramifications, hot
Suspected Sheep in Benton.
with his colleague, Pablo (»campa, has
The government may decide to run
tiie evidence along this line is fur frem
Monroe— United States Inspector H. and cannot be stopped.
steamers on the Pacific coast to defeat arrived here en route to Washington,
conclusive and tei-ts chiefly upon the
the monopoly of the Pacific Mail.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 20.— The im statement of an individual »hose record
Welcom e to New Indus’ ry
great progrees under American rule, dustry, is in this section looking after
was subsequently proved to be any
Judge McPherson holds the Missouri and especially along educational lines, several bands of sheep tliatjwere report
Oregon City— Nothing in recent years portance attached by the Russian ad
law against the transfer of railroad anil added :
ed to be infected. Tiie Federal govern has brought bo much satisfatcion to tiie miralty to the lessons to be learned thing but cieditable
tiie whole affair is regarded with much
suits to the Federal court invalid.
people of Oregon City as the announce from the vaoyage of tiie American bat
" I t is useless to talk of independence
| skepticism, and indeed tiie presump
Louis Glass, convicted San Francisco now. I want independence, of course, officials to enforce the dipping laws and ment that a new paper mill ¡8 to be tleship fleet under Rear Admiral Evans tion lias been raised tliat it may have
briber, who is ill with pneumonia, is but how can we have it? Tliat is the clean up all bands of sheep which give constructed at Oregon City on the East is shown by the fact tliat the naval bte.i a deliberately concocted scare.
I do not cure to risk tiie the slightest indication of being infect side of Wilnmmette Falls, fronting tiie
somewhat improved. He is 63 years question.
property I own in another civil war or ed. Mr. Silverwood imparts informa basic, with the installation of two ma officer, Commander Alexis Diatchkoff,
HENEY NEARING C LIM AX.
to anarchy that might follow an at tion regarding tiie conslruct’on of dip chines of tiie largest capacity at tiie is following the fleet around the Horn,
Senator Borah opposes the Aldrich
tempt on the part of my countrymen ping vats, the method of dipping which outset. Not lets than 300 men will be traveling from port to port by any
11 secure the best results, as w ell as furnished employment, and this means means lie can obtain. He adopted this Government Witnesses Tell o f Land
to govern themselves at present.’ ’
It that from 400 to 600 people will be course only aftei hie repeated requests
New York banks have a surplus over
It is asserted that his fellow delegate the handling and care of livestock.
Bleating by Settlers.
the legal reserve.
would work in harmony while in the is mure than likely that quite a lot of added to the population of Oregon City for permission to join the ships had
Jan. 21.— W ith testimony
dip w ill be brought here before many within a year, and that there will be a been refused.
There is a great deal of revolutionary house of representatives, his only aim
strong and apparently conclusive, tbe
agitation in India.
governili! nt yesterday by several wit-
and business of the town.
tions of the islande, worse now than it
succeeded in getting on board one of
¡nesses in the Hall-Mays conspiracy
The three miners entombed at Ely, has been for 30 years. Both delegates
Columbia C ollege S e lf Supporting
the American warships at Rio Janeiro,
trial exposed tbe bold and law defying
Nev., December 4, have been released.
Road Will Go Under the Hammer
want to secure, if possible, the reduc
M ilton— Columbia college, of this
and the entire incident of this officer's
operations of the Butte Creek Land,
Albany— The real property of the activities had been a source of some
Boyeitown, Pa., has buried all of its tion of the United States duties on place, has almost succeeded in raising
Livestock A Lumber company, ami dis
dead. The total fatalities numbered Philippine sugar and tobacco. Botti a $10,000 endowment fund. Rev. H. S. Corvallis A Eastern Railroad company friction between the Russian foreign closed to the jury how during the years
situated in Linn county is to be sold
19u0 and 1901 this company acquired
and also pastor of the Methodist church for delinquent taxes.
A majority of Karon Rosen, the Russian ambassador
The United States has found it neces
Legarda is a member of the Progres South in Milton, fully expecting to tiie stock is now owned by tiie Harri- to the United States, was instructed to fraudulently a considerable area of
public land. By the same evidence it
sary to interfere in the Huytian revolu sive party, w hile Ocampo is affiliated have the whole amount raised before
man inteieets. Sheriff Smith has be ask for a permit for Diatchkoff to join
with the National party.
the next meeting of the Columbia river gun the advertisement of the property Admiral Evans, he declined on tiie was shown how this land grabbing cor
conference. This ia the only school of for public sale February 17. Tiie prop grounds that he knew his request would poration by tiie atquisition of these
German scientists have succeeded in
the M. E. South denomination in the erty advertised includes the roadbed be unfavorably received at Washington. lands was enabled to complete the en
manufacturing rubies of remarkable
KEEPIN G R E S U L T S S E C R E T .
closure of a still larger area of govern
Pacific Northwest and pupils gather and right of way of the company in
Thereupon the Russian admiraltv,
here from long distances. There are this county, the roundhouse and ma after further correspondence with the ment land to which other settlers were
Attorney General Young, of Minne Part o f Lemieux' Party Returns From
over 150 students at present and for the chine shops at this city and some Foreign office, instructed Diatchkoff to denied access for grazing purposes.
sota, Is a candidate for the Republican
Ileney, for the prosecution, made
first time in its histury the shool is self tracts of real estate adjoining Albany. apply personally to Hecretary Metcalf.
nomination for governor.
considerable progress in establishing
Han Francisco, Jan. 21 — Hon. Jos
This the officer did, but in vain. He
Vu’ r ’î ü l T * " T
.Ve the existence of a conspiracy among the
California shippers are determined eph Pope, Canadian secretary of state,
Wants New Library.
was therefore ordered to fellow the ...... .
members of tiie Butte Creek company
tliat the Southern Pacific rebate inves and Madame B. Lemieux, wife pf tiie
Lebonen Mills Reopen.
The Dalles— Renewed interest in the fleet as closely as he could, making use and fie said last night that the govern
tigation shall not be a farce.
Canadian postdiaster general, returned
Abtany— After being closed for three Carnegie library to fee built here has of private steamers.
ment’ s cage would lie supported still
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul on the ship Mongolia from Japan, weeks, the Lebanon paper m ill has re come since the forwarding of the archi
further as to the alleged conspiracy by
road intends to have its line finished where Lemieux went to straighten out sumed work and 50 men temporarily tect's plan to Andrew Carnegie’s secre
the introduction today of more testi
PRO G RESS IS SLO W .
into the Northwest in time to handle the difficulties between tiie two coun idle are again in employment. Tiie re tary for approval. The edifice will be
mony of the same character as that
tries, which arose over tiie question of cent flood piled so many logs in the erected in the city park and will cost
a part of the 1608 crop.
When tiiis has
Jnpanese immigration to Canada, and Santiam canal that the m ill could not $19,000. The city council has voted to Hall-Maya Trial at Portland May Take presented yesterday.
John R. Walsh, president of the
been done, Ileney w ill begin the next
the consequent riots at Vancouver and get a supply of fuel wood for the regu meet the maintenance expenses ard
Weeks to End.
Chicago National lank, has been found
step outlined by the prosecution and
in otiier Canadian cities. Lemieux re lar consumption of 30 cords daily. appropriate $1,000 annually. In fact
guilty on 64 counts of misapplication
Portland, Jan. 20.— Neitiier Prose w ill seek positively to connect Hall
turned on a preceding steamer.
Though this was the cause of tiie shut this was necessary to meet the condi
of the bank’s funds.
Tiie secretary of state, and the post down, some feared it might be due to tions as presented by the steel magnate cutor Ileney nor the lawyers for tbe de and Mays with the conspiracy that will
penalty is imprisonment for 270 years
have been prove! against the officers of
master general were sent to Japan sev tiie financial stringency,
fendants w ill hazard a prediction as to
the and library builder.
and tiie maximum penalty 640 years.
the Butte Creek company.
eral months ago with instructions to prompt resumption of work lias re
the time tliat w ill web required to con
The Sovereign bank of Canada has reach some agreement with tiie Japan stored confidence.
Mines to Resume in Spring.
clude tbe Ilall-Msya conspiracy trial.
ese government, whereby the immigra
S T O R M C IT Y H ALL.
Baker City— The annual meeting o- One week already has been consumed
Little Snow in Mountains.
Four Scranton, Pa., girls were burn tion of coolies to Canada would he re
the Highland Gold Mines company con and the government has scarcely made
stricted. What success attended tiie
ed in a factory lire.
Albany— Less snow is reported in the sumed a two-days’ session. It was def a beginning, only one of its many im Six Thousand Unemployed in Seattle
mission is very carefully guarded by mountains of this part of the state this
cided to resume woik in the mines in portant witnesses having been examin
The United States torpedo flotilla Pope. Madame Lemieux had not been
year than for a great many years. the sprina, money having been pledged ed. More than 70 witnesses for the
Heattle, Jun. 21.— The unemployed
has arrived at Rio Janeiro.
made a confidante by tiie government This winter only tiie highest peaks and
by the Eastern and Southern interests. government are in the city, summoned laborer’s long talked of demonstration
The Japanese premier considers tlie officials. Tiie patty w ill leave here to ridges are covered, while tiie valleys,
to testify against one or more of the 12 was made yesterday.
day for Ottawa.
emigration problem settled.
even though far up in the mountains,
defendants named in the indictment,
Marshaled by leaders of the Indus
are free from snow. Reports from the
but since the prosecution has decided trial Workers of the World, an organ
Montana mineownere have united
to build a smelter and tight the trust.
ization which includes the unemployed
Wlieat— Club, 85c; Bluestem, 87e;
Potia, Bulgaria, Jan. 21.— News haB South Santiam river are to the effect
Mr. Ileney says be may not call all of in its membership, about 6,000 men
Haytien relwls have captured two reached here of a terrible tragedy which that there is no anow at ail now on tiie valley, 85c; red, 83c
tbe government’s witnesses.
marched up First avenue for several
O.its— No. 1 white, $27.50028 gray,
towns and the president threatens bom occurred at the village of Dragosh, near ridges and in ranyons where tiie snow
In this way the trial may be shorten blocks and then debouched to the city
Monastir, a town in'Macedonia, several is usually seven or eight fett deep in
ed somewhat, but if all of the witnesses
Barley— Feed $27.50 per ton; brew take the stand, the case w ill drag along hall, where a call was made for tbs
W h ile a festival was in Jail uary.
Pope Pius has tire gout, but the days ago.
ing, $32; rolled, $29030.
for weeks. There is little doubt that
alarming rumors about his health are progress and the villagers were dancing
The mayor submitted a letter a short
upon tiie lawns in Hie public park, a
between two and three weeks more at, , time later in which he replied to tbs
large bund of Greeks suddenly swooped
Oregon City— The transfer of 1,850
the least will he required to complete | demands by saying tliat the county
An effort is beittg made to keep Eve down upon them and afterd iivin g them acres of timl>ered lands on the Upper
Hay— Valley timothy, No. 1, $18
tiie introduction of testimony and sub- commissioners have devoted $5,000 to
lyn Ttiaw from telling nher story at the into their houses, set tire to the build Molalla river in Clackamas county lias per ton; Kastern Oregon timonthy, $21
mit the case to the jury.
Thu» far tiie feeding and sheltering the unemployed,
second trial of Thaw.
testimony has not been damaging to that all public works provided for by
ings and burned them to death.
The just been made public, through a deed
hay, $15016; alfalfa, $15; vetch, $14. Hail or Mays.
Colonel Goethals thinks alrout $33, victims included women and children filed in the otlite of County Recorder
appropriation are now under wayjand
Frnits— Apples, $lra2.50 per box;
403.863 will be needed to carry on the and numbered, it is said, between 26 Katnsby. Tiie price stated in the deed
that to do away with the chain gang i$
is $81,000 or about $44 per acre. The
oanal work this year.
will be necessary for the council to
Freight Cars Standing Idle.
ries, $8011 per barrel.
purchaser is the Molalla Lumber com
The president has decided to let the
Salt Lake City, Jan. 20.— One year strike tiie ordinance from the books.
Vegetables— Turnips. 75c per sack;
Would Impeach Governor.
pany, a West Virginia corporation,
Federal troops remain at Goldfield until
carrots, 65c per sack; beets, $1 per ago this city was threatened with a
Vancouver, B. C., Jan. 21.— W hile which purchased the property from the
T hsy Ware Ir.ylted.
tome action has been taken by the Ne
pack; beans, 20c per pound; cabbage, j coal famine because the railroads lack-
the legislators are gathered at Victoria Cornwell Lumbercompany, of Saginaw,
Ottawa, Ont., Jan. 21. — The report of
lc per pound; cauliflower, $202.25 per ,
rar8 ,0 haul the fuel. Today, ac
talking of taking the scalp of Lieuten Mich.
d zen; celery, $3.2503.50 per crate; cording to tiie Tribune, 500 freight ears W . L. Mackenzie King, the royal com
The largest savings hank in Dallas, ant Governor Diinsmuir on the Japan
onions, 15021V per dozen; parsley, 20c are standing idle in the yards of the missioner appointed to inquire into the
Taxaa, has suspended.
ese question, some of tiie astute politi-
Freight cars to influx of Oriental labor into CanaJ*,
per dozen; peas 10c per pound; pep Oregon Short Line.
The temperature lias reached 6 de eia.ia of the country are endeavoring to
Salem— Governor Chamberlain has
pers, 8017c per pound; pumpkins, 1 0 the number of 1,600 have been retired establishes that the Japanese govern
grees below zero at St. Paul.
figure out by just what method It is issued a proclamation dissolving 300
j 1 L|C per pound; radishes. 20c per doz from service on the Ifarriman lines ment has been observing the agreement
Japan denies that there is any secret proposed to carry out the impeachment. corporations which have failed to pay en; spinach, 6c per pound; spronts, 8c within the last 40 days, making a de to restrict immigration, and that th*
about the location of tier Meet.
per pound; squash, l @ l ' 4c per pound; crease of 10 per cent in the active car departure of the Japanese Foreign offic*
with in finding in Canadian history a list are many concerns which in all
equipment of the system. Twenty lo was made only at the request of lb*
A m ajority of the house committee precedent for the official beheading of probability w ill wish to continue busi .tomatoes, $2 per box.
comotives stand in the roundhouses Canadian Nippon Hteamehip company,
Onions— $1.8002.16 per hundred.
la opposed to the Seattle (air appropri the governor.
ness and which have neglected to pay
ba. ked by tlie Canadian Facific railway
Potatoes— 50076c per hundred, de- cold.
the license fee.
! and other influential Cana iian inter
. . . . concerns . can se- livered Portland; sweet potatoes, $3.25
The National Woolgrowers’ associa
Ruef Has Nothing to Say.
Fatal W reck on Seaboard Lire
ests, which represented at Tokio tbai
y r; j *
tion 1» opposed to Roosevelt's land
Han Francisco, Jan. 21.— The case ers by paying up delinquencies within
Raleigh, X. C., Jan. 20.— As the re- Japanese labor was needed.
Butter— Fancy creamery, 300 35c per
The complete list w ill be pound.
which was begun against Abraham Ruef 30 days.
suit of a head-on collision at Cameron,
The Kentucky legislature remains yesterday before Judge Irawlor is the published in a few days.
Bank Commissioners Sued.
Pou ltiv— Average old hens. 12012 'sc 55 miles south of Raleigh, between a
deadlocked on the senatorial election. one in which indictments were brought
Han Francisco, Jan. 21.— Henry B
per pound; mixed chickens. 11 r*0 1 \’c; Heaboard A ir Line freight and a north
Governor Beckham still leads.
Change In Blue Mountain Reserve.
against him for the alleged bribery of
spring chickens. 12 ¿13c; roosters. 8@ bound fast passenger train, early today, Russ today began suit against the pra*
The’ New York Federal court ia in supervisors in connection with a fran
Washington— The president has just 10c; dressed chickens. 14c; turkeys, two men were killed and 20 injured, ent and former boards of state bank
quiring into Harriman's stock denis chise of an overhead trolley system for signed a proclamation which elim i live, 14015c; dressed, choice, 17018c; none
Engineer E. H. commissioners to recover $16,374 53,
and has ordered him to answer qnea- the United Railroads. Ruef refused to nates 131,643 acres of the Blue Moun gee-=e, live. 9010c; ducks. 16017c; Vaughan and a negro fireman, both of which he.deposited with tbe Californ'*
make any statement tonight regarding tain forest reserve, as recommended by p'geons, 7 5 c 0 $ l; squabs, $1 5002.
the passenger train, were killed. The Safe Deposit A Trust company on th*
the change in the attitude of the prose the forest service. The greater part of
Eggs— Fresh ranch, candled, 274*0 collision is attributed to trouble with strength, he alleged, of favorable r*j
The British Columbia legislstre w ill
cutors toward him and their decision the area eliminated consists of open per dozen.
tbe air brakes on the freight train and poits regarding the condition of tha»
try to Impeach Lieutenant Governor
not to give him immunity.
grass lands. The boundary has also
institution, issued by tiie commissi11**
Veal— 75 to 125 pounds, 9 0 9 Gc; to complicated train orders.
Diinsmuir, for having disalloweJ Jap
been changed to exclude some heavily 125 to 150 pounds, 7c; 150 to 200
ers. He said that he made a deposit.of
Glass Taken to Hospital
timbered land, title to which has passed pounds, 5 0 6 (*c.
$10,000 in the lank only two days be
Judge Receives Explosive
United States secret service men have
Han Francisco, Jan 21.— Louis Glass, from the government.
Pork— Block, 75 to 150 pounds, 6 0
Cleveland, Jan. 20.— Judge George 8. fore its doors were clo-ed.
discovered • plot in Mexico where Jap- former vice president and general man
7c; packers, 607c.
Addam, of the Juvenile court, today
Better Lights in Pullmans
sneee Intendisi to pinrt passports allow ager of the Pacific Telephone A Tele
$ 15.000,000 M s 't Ratirad.
Hops— 1907. prime and choke, 6 0 received in his mail a stick of what ap
ing them to come into this conntry.
graph company, who was recently con
New York. Jan. 21 .— Large blocks of
Salem— Many complaints having been 7»*e^per pound; olds, 102c per pound. pears to dynamite or solidified nitro
victed of bribery and sentenced to five ma le that poor lights are provided on
W ool— Eas'fru Oregon aver.ige bevt, glyclerine. six inches in length. Th*re clearing bouse loan cheeks, amonntiB*
Taft says he w ill not reeign from the
years' imprisonment, was transferred Pullman care on thè O. R. A N., thè 11302(V per poun I, according to shrink- was no mechanism to detonate the ex to about $15.000,0 0, were retired vs*-
« b lo a t .
j from the oonnty jail tonight to the railroad comniiMion has seonrad a age; valley, 1802Oc per pound, accord- plosive. Judge Addam opened tbe tube terday, ami tiie amount outa’ai
MS; motalr. choice, 290 in the’ eourt room, without having an now is in tha neighberhoed of $*’'•'
Much evidence of Thaw's insanity is Lane hospital, ha being quite 111 with promise that « I t a bla lights wiil ba ing
3(V per pjund.
being given at his second trial.
idea of ita coutanta.
000 , 000 .
Suspicions Ciib'cd to Washington'
ai d R o Janeiro.
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