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Blue and Green Flag of Revolution
Ists Placed on Palace and Roy
al Standard Hauled Down.
P O R T U G A L IS R E P U B L IC .
Lisbon, Oct. 6.— The capital is now
completely in the hands o f the Repub
licans, who have formed ¡a provisional
government, with Théophile Braga as
president. Ajnew national flag o f red
and green is flying over all public
buildings, including the town hall.
This afternoon a proclamation was
issued by the provisional government
to the Portuguese people, announcing
“ The people, army and navy have
succeeded in proclaiming a republic.
The Braganza dynasty,mischevious and
disturbing to social peace, has been
forever exiled from Portugal.”
King Manuel, with the Queen Moth
er Amelie and his grandmother, the
Queen Dowager Maria Pia, has taken
refuge at Mafra, 23 miles from Lis
Already the Spanish minister, in full
uniform, has called to pay his respects
to the Republican leaders.
It is impossible to estimate the num
ber o f those killed or wounded in yes
terday’ s fighting, but it is expected to
London, Oct. 5, 3:40 a. m.— Definite
news has been received here that a
revolution broke out yesterday in LiS'
bon, the capital o f Portugal. Most of
the army and navy are with the revo
lutionists, warships having bombarded
the royal palace, and report has it that
the king, Manuel II, is virtually a
The royal standard
has been torn from the palace and the
flag of the revolutionists flutters in its
The royal palace stands above the
river Tague in the western part o f the
city, and the attack upon it by ships of
the navy is understood to have been
simultaneous with the uprising in the
The Santander correspondent of the
Reuter Telegram company confirms the
report o f the revolution and adds that
the rebelB have captiyed the palace,
taking the king prisoner.
A dispatch from Santander, Spain,
says that the German steamer Capo
Blanco, lying off Lisbon, has sent a
wireless dispatch to the effect that the
rebels have hauled down the royal
standard from the palace and hoisted a
blue and green Republican flag in its
place. This report says warships began
the bombardment o f the royal palace
as soon as the uprising in the city
The Times, in its issue this morning,
does not confirm the report that the
king is a prisoner. It contains no dis
patches from its Lisbon correspondent,
but it prints the Matin’s wireless dis
patch and says it has reason to believe
GOV. CHAS. K. HUGHES
that the news of the revolution is true, Of New York, who has been appointed Associate
Justice of the Supreme Court.
although the rumors that the king is a
prisoner are not well supported.
reach several hundred. The city has
“ We have given King Manuel notice
been considerably damaged by the
to quit. The coming revolution will
bombardment o f insurgent warships.
be a kindly affair.
We shall kill the The buildings occupied by the minis
least possible number o f persons.’ ’
tries around the Praca do Commercio
In these words Dr. Alfonso Costa,
and the Necessidades palace were
the ryost advanced o f the Portuguese
made the particular targets and today
Republican leaders, warned the world
show broken walls and turrets.
o f the intentions o f the revolutionary
tower o f the church attached to the
party immediately after the general
palace was demolished.
elections at the end o f August. Part,
Thus far, however, no attack has
at least, o f his prediction seems to be
been made upon private property and
verified in the brief undetailed dis it is reported that the banks are being
patches at hand this morning.
guarded by bluejackets. No word has
been received from the province, as
communication has been largely cut
off, and dispatches and messages of
all kinds have been suppressed.
TRAINMEN DISOBEY ORDER;
THIRTY-SEVEN ARE KILLED
Staunton, 111.— Thirty-seven persons
were killed and from 16 to 25 were in
jured in a collision on the Illinois Trac
tion system two miles north o f here.
At least three o f the injured will prob
The collision was between local train
No. 14, northbound, and an excursion
train, No. 73, loaded with passengers
on their way to view the parade of
the Veiled Prophet, at St. Louis. The
accident apparently was due to the dis
regard of orders by the crew o f train
No. 14, in charge o f M. A . Leonard,
conductor, and John
Train No. 14 had orders to pass
train No. 73 at Staunton. The latter
train was running in two sections, and
the orders given to No. 14 were ex
plicit that it wait for both sections.
The first section o f No. 73 had passed
when the crew o f No. 14 pulled out on
the main track and started north. At
Dickerson’s curve, a sharp bend two
miles from here, the two trains met.
Hills rise north and south from the
curve. Train No. 14 and the second
section of No. 78, both on the down
grade, were making 40 miles an hour
when they met at the sharpest part o f
the curve. Confronted with death, the
crews o f both trains set the brakes and
jumped for their lives. All escaped
without serious injury.
None o f the
passengers had a chance for life.
Signal Sent 5600 Miles.
New York— A new long-distance re
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ed by the Marconi Wireless Telegraph
company, which announced that the
officials were informed in a dispatch
from London that Mr. Marconi, who is
pow in the Argentine republic, has
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Paris— The Sud express train reach
ed.Paris Wednesday minus its Lisbon
section. Crowds awaited its arrival,
hoping to get news o f the outbreak.
Members o f the Portuguese legation
were among those disappointed.
Travelers from Spain say that Bil
bao and Barcelona, Spain, are in a
state o f effevescence.
and Carlists are following the trend of
revolution with undisguised satisfac
General Weyler, captain general of
Catalonia, has taken stringent meas
ures to preserve order. He is hurry
ing troops to .Republican and Carlist
strongholds, where an outbreak is
feared on October 13, the anniversary
of the execution o f Ferrer.
The Spanish-Portuguese frontier is
the scene o f extraordinary animation.
A stream o f carts is entering Spain, |
laden with chattels o f the wealthy and
poor, all fearing pillage if they remain
The presence o f a British warship
in the Tagus greatly comforted King
Alfonao, whe feared King Manuel
would fall a victim to the revolution.
Today’a train for Lisbon was crowd
ed, the passengers including represen
tatives of French business houses with
interests in Portugal.
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