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A mericans advancing
Situation at the Island of Negros Con-
Polo has been burned and abandoned i
Oy the Filipinos.
March 29.—A dispatch
Washington, March 28.—The good
Japan is considering a project for the '
to the Herald from Ho Ilo, island of
M c M innville
. OREGON I nationalization of railways.
Great Battle Near the is commented upon by army men here, In Full Retreat Towards Panay, says: The transport Indian»
A school of psychology will be held
has arrived here with reinforcements
who say that the discipline which they
Malolos, Their Capital.
at Chicago from April 8 to 8, inclusive.
for Negros island, where the situation
have had in the several months since
is still satisfactory. The rising of
The Twelfth New York volunteers
they were organized is apparent.
the hill tribes were of no political sig
have arrived home for master out.
AMERICAN ARMY IN PURSUIT
REBELS SET FIRE TO MALA8ON
service to become practically seasoned
Secretary of War Alger has arrived
The committee of natives, with Col
volunteers. It is also known that the
at Havana on a tour of inspection.
onel Smith, the American governor,
Two thousand men are idle as the re
presiding, proceeded with the work of
pines have been ready to fight at any
Marilao Hiver and I« Pushing North
sult of the pantsmakers’strike at Phila
a constitution, taking the
time, in fact, glad of the chance. An
American constitution as the basis of
other comment made is that these vol
Half the business portion of Har
unteers have been so fai away from
It has been formally proposed to
China has flatly refused to cede San rison Valley, Pa., was destroyed by
New York, March 29.—A dispatch
Washington, March 28.—The war home that politics have not been able
raise the island’s revenue entirely
fire. Loss, ♦40.000.
Man bay to Italy.
department tonight received the fol to disturb the discipline they have un to the Herald from Manila says:
Tn« gunboat Laguna de Bay attacked from e»[>orts instead of by the present
dergone. They have been a part of the
By a collision between freight trains lowing:
Secretary Alger and party have left
"Manila, Match 28. — Adjutant- army, under army officers, and too far the insurgents at Bulacan. Three method of levying upon land values
near Pittsburg two men were killed and
Washington on a visit to Havana.
and cedula personae, thus relieving the
General, Washington: MacArthur’s away to receive favors or exercise a Americans were wounded.
The llritisb, German and American two fatally injured.
pull with their senators and representa
MacArthur's division has crossed laboring class as far as possible. The
The funeral of ex-Governor Francis
ministers at Peking have addressed
miles beyond Polo, nine miles from tives. It takes too long to write and the Marilao river, and is advancing natives desire the immediate introduc
notes to the Taung-li-yamen, demand Harrison Pierpont, of the Virginias, Manila, and fifteen miles from Malolos. cabling has been too expensive. This northward.
tion of the English system of educa
ing a settlement of the Shanghai for
The insurgents attacked the Ameri tion.
The railroad will be repaired to the is why army men are everywhere com
eign settlement extensions question.
Denmark proposes to demand cession advance point tomorrow, and the mending the bravery and splendid ex- cans last evening at Marilao, but were
A gentleman who has had excellent
Work in the rains of the Hotel of a treaty port in China, and will send troops will be supplied by cars. Mac- hibit'on of soldierly qualities the vol repulsed with severe loss. Our loss opportunities for studying the political
situation advocates a separate govern
Windsor, in New York, continues with out a cruiser lor the puprose.
Arthur will press on tomorrow. He is unteers in the Philippines are giving was five killed and 14 wounded.
•tin a ba ted vigor. A great many charred
Later, Garcia, a native general, ment for each of the islands, with a
Arrangements have been completed now in the open country. The insur tire country, Western men proudly
bones are being found, but cannot be for construction of a railroad from Al gents are stoutly resisting behind suc lay that the section where the men came down from Dagupan by train, representative assembly at Manila for
put together to form entire skeletons. varado to San Andreas Tuxeto, Mexico. ceeding lines ot intrenchments, from come from has considerable to do w:th with 1,000 riflemen and 4,000 bolomen general control, under the supervision
it, and that troops raised in the West and took positions at Marilao. A river of an American governor-general, who
The Erie Limited jumped the track
War department officers express un which our troops continually drive
10 miles from Akron, O., the engine qualified satisfaction with the work of them. Manila is perfectly quiet, and and sent to the Philippines are the was between the Americans and the shall be free from interference from
Washington, except in iegard to inter
and baggage car going into the ditch, the volunteers before and around Ma the native inhabitants appear to be re very choicest in the volunteer army.
The South Dakota volunteers and national questions.
lieved of anxiety and fear of insur
almost instantly killing tiie engineer, nila.
NEWS OF THE ORIENT.
The deputies for the island of Negros
the Third artillery, acting as infantry,
gents. Captain Krayenbuh, commis
and seriously injuring the fireman and
were thrown forward. The South Da will meet on April 3 to discuss the
Japan Considering the Nationalization
ruins, at New York, for dead bodies
kotas charged brilliantly across an open draft of the constitution.
A rear-end collision between two continues. Parts of human remains mortally wounded.
Ensign Everhart, captain of the port
space on the east of the railway to the
freight trains on the Flint & Pete Mar were four.d.
Port Townsend, Wash., March 28.— edge of some woods. They lost 10 of Ilo llo, recently re-established light
Manila. March 28. — The United
quette railroad near New Boston,
States troops under Brigadier-General Late Japanese advices state that the killed and 11 wounded, including three houses in the neighborhood of Panay,
Two carloads of Eastern oysteis are Wheaton captured the town of Malinta, Japanese government is seriously con
Mich., in a heavy fog, killed the fire
Guimaras island. Insurgents ft on»
man and badiy injured the engineer of on their way to Willapa harbor for an beyond the Tuliahan river, today, af templating the nationalization of rail lieutenants.
The Third artillery, on the right of Concepcion, island of Panay, acting
artifical propagation experiment by ter a sharp fight Colonel Harry C. ways. A commission recently appoint
the rear engine.
’ the railroad, charged and lost nine under the orders of General Problador,
According to a report from Seoul, oystermen.
Egbert, of the Twenty-second regular ed to investigate the subject met at wounded, two mortally.
twice raided Ciabazas lighthouse, carry
The steamship Tacoma, which has ar infantry, was killed. Prince Loewen Yokohama March 6.
capital of Corea, the whole Corepn
On the left, the insurgents' trench, ing off the lamp and appurtenances.
A bill has been introduced in the
cabinet has been dismissed and two of rived at Tacoma from China and Japan, stein, formerly aid-de-camp on the
east of the river, made a stubborn re
A flairs in Salvador.
the ministers have been banished be brought 327 Japanese, most of them of staff of Brigadier Miller at Ilo Ilo, Japanese house of represetatives grant sistance.
cause of wholesale changes made by the laboring class.
New York, March 29. —A dispatch
somehow got in front of the firing line ing special navigation subsidies for a 1 ) Lieutenant Critchlow, with two guns
the cabinet in provincial offices.
Rear-Admiral Sampson arrived at and was shot in the side, dying al period of 10 years to steamship lines of the Utah battery, and Lieutenant to the Herald from San Salvador says:
Queen Victoria is likely to receive Santiago de Cuba on board the cruiser most instantly. A German who ac plying between Japan, Europe, Seattle Davis, with a navy colt gun, forced 30 The volcano Izalo has been in eruption
and San Francisco. The European line
an unprecedented honor by the city of New York, and was given a royai wel companied the prince was wounded.
insurgents in a long trench on the op for the last three weeks, and earth
The United States gunboat Helena is to receive annually 2,673,894 yen, posite side of the river to surrender at quakes have been frequent in the vi
New York. On May 24. the queen's come by the people.
The report of the minister of
and other gunboats have been shelling Seattle line 654,030 yen, San Fran
birthday, the national, state and city
Victoria has been petitioned Malabon, about a mile northwest of cisco line 1,013,880 yen. The condi the close quarters of 100 yards. The finance shows a drop in receipts from
flags will be flung to the breeze from to Queen
force President Kinger, of the Trans
all public buildings in Greater New vaal, to reform existing abuses, which Calocan, for several hours. The insur tions of the subsidies are that 12 steam vere lose. Ninety dead insurgents were 19,500,000 for the previous year, to
gents made a fierce resistance to the ers of more than 6,000 tons, having a counted*
♦ 5,750,000 for the year just closed.
York in honor of the queen.
beur heavily on the Uitlanders.
American advance up the railroad at maximum speed of over 14 knots for
The decrease is attributed to the un
General Porter. United States ana-
The statistics of fire insurance busi Malinta.
In addition to the fatal the European line; three steamers of
stable condition of the country. Gen
bassador at Parit, answering an in-
Manila, March 29.—General MacAr
qoirv of a correspondent, said he waa ness transacted in the state of Wash wounding of Colonel Egbert, several more than 6,000 tons gross, maximum thur’s division spent the night and eral Rafael Guiterrez, who was recent
unable to discuss rumors to the c*ect ington for the year of 1898, shows risks men of the Twenty-second infantry and speed of 17 knots, for the San Fran morning at Mayeanayan, the next sta ly overthrown by the president of Sal
several men of the Oregon and Kan cisco line; three steamers of more than
vador, is at present at San lose, Costa.
that he may succeed Alger as secretary written amounting to ♦82,33,718.
6,000 tons gross for Seattle line and tion beyond Polo. After reconnoiter Rica.
In the victorious chargee on the in sans regiments were killed.
of war, as all information on the sub
Evidently anticipating a bombard speed of 15 knots. The steamers for ing his front, he pushed along the rail
surgents at Polo, Sunday, General Irv
ject ought to come from Washington.
Developing Costa Kica.
Europe must sail 26 times each year, road this afternoon toward Malolos.
The Spanish government has ordered ing Hale fell wounded—it is thought ment by the fleet, a thousand rebels for San Francisco 14 times and Seattle
New York, March 29.—A dispatch
the prosecution of General Weyler’s or seriously—while directing the advance. vacated Malabon last night, leaving a 13 times.
captured today is true, the main body to the Herald trom San Jose, Costa
few to burn the town. General Whea
gan, El Naoionale, and of several re
Hon. William 8. Mason, mayor of ton's brigade, composed of the Second
of the enemy has retreated to Malolos. Rica, says: An English syndicate has
publican and Cai list newspapers for Portland, Or., died his home in that
SLEPT. There are no more trenches to encoun been formed with a capital of ♦200,000
publishing, with offensive comments, city after an illness of about six weeks. Oregon regiment and the Twenty-
ter, although over 30 villages, includ to work the gold mines located in the
a report that the queen regent was Liver complications, superinduced by second and Twenty-third infantry, Dr. Charles Corey, <>f Tacoma, Shot Ilia ing the larger settlements of Bulacan district of Abangares, province of Li
about to abdicate and to marry an an attack of the grip in February, stretched out along the railroad from
and Gudguinto, intervene.
Calocan to the Tuliahan river, was
Tacoma, Wash., March 28.—Dr.
Austrian archduke. The offending pa caused hie death.
It is currently stated that President
prevent the withdrawal. Charles Corey shot and killed his wife
pers have been seized.
Lieutenant-Colonel Alfred C. Gir owing to the natural obstacles and to this morning while the two were lying have been posted signed by the Fili- Iglesias, who is at present in Europe,
According to a prisoner captured by ard, chief surgeon, has been ordered to
commander-in-chiet, Antonio has contracted with a French firm tor
our troops, Aguinaldo has announced Vancouver barracks. Wash., as chief the strong opposition. A column of asleep. Corey was ill, and his story Luna, ordering all spies and bearers of the construction of the port of Tivive*
of the affair is that he was laboring un
that he will personally mass the re surgeon of that department.
Acting _ ( lion of the enemy’s intention, but der a nightmare, believing bis wife news to the enemy to be shot without as the terminus of the Pacific railroad.
serves at Malolos and match on Manila Assistant Surgeon T. G. I"
trial, and instructing that al) looters The cost is estimated at 12,000,000
was being pursued by a stranger who and ravishers be treated in the same francs.
within 20 days, unless the Americaus been ordered to new Fort Spokane,
soon blending in a dense balloon was intent on killing her. In his
withdraw in the meantime, The con- Wash.
shaped cloud. The flames of the burn dream Corey says he followed the two manner. Further, all towns abandoned
centration of the rebel forces in the
by the Filipino troops must first be
Pittsburg, March 28. — A freight
The Paris correspondent of the Lon ing rice mills and large buildings could from Tacoma to Washington, and just burned. While deploring the existence
vicinity of Malabon gives color to the
don Observer telegraphs that a furious be plainly Been from Calocan, despite as he fancied the man was about to stab of war, the circular maintains the un wreck today on the Pittsburg, Fort
statement of the prisoner.
Wayne & Chicago railway just below
fight occurred on the Boulevard St. the strong sunlight.
his wife, he fired twice with his re
Five thousand homeseekers are on Michael between parties of Dreyfus
By 11 o’clock in the morning the volver. He awoke with a start to find deniable right of the Filipinos to de the city resulted in the death of James
fend their homes, lives and lands
their way from St. Paul to North Pa- and anti-Dreyfus students. Several only building of importance not de
himself sitting in bed with a smoking against ‘‘would-be dominators, who A, Bracken, engineer, and James R.
cifie coast points.
Lowe, fireman. C. F. Brandenbaugh,
persons were injured aud two cafes
revolver in hie hand. His wife lay be-
large stone church, but even at noon side him, shot twice through the head. I would kill them, their wives and child a brakeman, was fatally injured.
A dispatch to the London Evening were wrecked.
ren,” adding that this motive ought to Some.of the trainmen think Bracken-
News from Brussels revives the rumor
Fifteen hundred employes of the fresh fires were started among the na Corey had drawn his revolver from its
that Cardinal Gibbons may be the next Philadelphia clothing manufacturers tive huts in the outskirts of Malabon, place under his pillow and killed life impel all Filipinos to sacrifice every must have fallen asleep at his post.
His train, running 30 miles an hour,
have struck for increase of waves, abo although the general exodus took place wife. The relations between Corey and
The Washington regiment had an crashed into another freight train
Many of the tebels his wife have been very affectionate,
Another battle has occurred at Ilo lition of sub-contractors and an agree much earlier.
exciting experience today, and dis standing on the tiack. The loss to the
Ilo, in which one American wits killed ment that the wages will not be re sought refuge in the suburbs, Navotas ami the authorities believe his story. played much gallantry. The soldiers company is about ♦25,000.
He is nearly crazed with grief, and
Mini 15 wounded. The rebels lost 20 duced. Other operatives were thrown
the shells of the Helena, Callao, Ning- ft ¡ends are watching him to prevent found a band of insurgents concealed
killed and 300 were wounded.
out of work, making in all 3.000 per
in a stone house over which the French
For Antarctic Exploration.
flag was flying. A private approached
General Otis informs the
London, March 29. — Llewellyn
Mrs. Corey was a leader in the social . to set fire to the building. He did so,
pertinent that he cannot spare
Washington, Match 28. — General club circles. She was afraid of a re
Lougstaff, a member of the Royal Geo
The American army, some 10,000 I
ent the volunteers now in the
strong, is advancing against the Fili . Otis’ dispatch, received at 10 o’clock volver, and frequently suggested a fear and the troops approached while it was graphical Society, has contributed ♦25,-
I burning, and the Filipinos had appar 000 toward the fund being raised by
pines, but hopes to be able to do so pino insurgents, numbering 12,000. tonight, recording MacArthur’s ad- that
she would some day be killed by ently fled, but they were greeted with
the British association and the royal
The Americans aie successfully driving . vance to Newcanayan, marked a direct cne. Corer was not at rested.
a sudden volley from the balcony of society for the British Antartic expe
Dilling the absence of John Dian and the rebels from their strongholds after - and important step by the American
the house, resulting in the building dition, which will co-operate with th»
The American troops, in the opinion of the acting sec-
wife, of GlOenfel, Manitoba, from their stubborn resistance.
being cleated of the enemy in short or German Antartic expedition in explor
farm, their residence caught tire, and loss is quite heavy, but not nearly so i retary, Meiklejohn, anil Adjutant-
Declaratory Statements of Edward Ma der.
ation next year, though each will take
their five ohildien were burned to
loney ami Others Canceled.
a different route.
THE BOYS PRAISED.
In the storming of the rebel capital I satisfaction at what had been accom
plished. The former dispatch regard
Washington, March 29.—The com
Severe weather continues throughout
Mohammedan Rebellion In China.
ing this branch of the operations, bad missioner of the general land office has Noble Work Done by the Second Ore
Great Britain. Great loss bus occurred Company B, Private II. B. Adams; D, not been so promising, inasmuch as oanceled the declaratory statements of
London, March 29.—According to »
among livestock, mid London has ex William W. Cook; L, Charles Herbert, they had stated that General MacAr Edward Maloney. J. J. Chadwick and
Washington, March 29.—There was dispatch from Shanghai to the Daily
perienced the heaviest snowfall of thia Guy Millard.
nothing but high-sounding praise heard Mail, it is reported that a Mohamme
wounded. The First Washington in
about the war department for the Ore dan rebellion has broken out in the
fantry tiad seven wounded, one mor emy, could not gain n point north of land district, Oregon, it having ap gon troops, which have stood the brunt province of Kan-Su, the most north
The Argentine transport Villa Reina tally, Captain Fortson, whose home is Polo on account of the roughness of the peared that these parties were notified
has been wrecked in Camel ones bay
country. With easv railroad commun that they would be allowed 60 days of the fighting in the Philippines dol western province of China, between the
between Cape Raso and Cape de Bahias,
ication to the advanced point, the diffi within which to show cause why their ing the past few days. The fact that proivnees of Shen See arid Se Cltuen
The Cuban military assembly has culty in forwarding commissary sup filings should not be canceled, and they the regiment’s losses wete much great on one side and Mongolia and the
Northern Patagonia, No Ions of life it
decided that dissolution of the assem plies will be considerably lessened. al1 failed to avail themselves of this er than any other organization, and that desert of Gobi on the other.
every company in the regiment suffered,
Ex-Secretary John Sherman, whose bly at the present time would be preju Every step fot ward is regarded as so opportunrty. This action of the land shows that the whole regiment had
Didn’t Know It Was Loaded.
death was reported on board the
San Francisco, March 29. —Kitty
been expoesd to the fire of the enemy.
steamship Paris while en route home
The entire volunteer army in the Wannemacher, aged 15 years, was shot
from Kingston. Jamaica, is still alive and Villaliot to Washington to en Malolos—now stated to be but 15 of Lucius Sahin, which involved lands Philippines is highly praieed, the Star, and fatally wounded by her foster
and hopes are entertained of his recov deavor to obtain the president’s co tuilea from the vanguard of the Ameri- 1 in the Spokane land district, Washii.g- this evening, giving it a half column of brother, Joseph Miller. 19 years old.
ery. He will be brought to the United operation in its efforts to raise more can army. The tenacity of the Fili ■ ton. Sabin failed to make proper ap editorial commendation. It speaks of while the young man was playing that
money (or the Cuban tioops.
pinos in the past few days’ fighting peal within time allowed him, his
States on the cruiser Chicago.
he was a highwayman, with a title
has somewhat surprised tire war offi original application to make homestead the lack of complaint among the vol which was not supposed to be loaded.
According to advices from the Ori
cials here, who did not think them entry having been rejected. The ac
ent, the emperor of Corea has created a ed with the Philippine islands con capable of putting up and maintaining tion of the hural land office in his case dierly qualities. It is well to remem He has been charged with murder,
but the evidence indicates that the
sensation by ap|H>aring in a full uni tinue to predict the failure of Major- the contest they have.
was sustained by the general land office, ber that the army in the Philippines killing was accidental.
form cut in American fashion. His General Otis' campaign, notwithstand
has been handled by soldiers, and not
Washington, March 28.—The war
attendantshave also been attiied in ing the American succese. They say
by politicians. There is no desire now
No American, tn Danger.
American style. The emperor, it is that while the Americans will un department has received the following
Warning to Oom Paul.
on the part of the volunteers to come
Washington, March 29.—The war
stated, has cut off his topknot or short
London, Match 29.—The Johannes
department has advices from Honduras
Manila. March 28.Adjutant-Gen burg correspondent of the Times says:
queue, which from time immemorial lose the campaign itself, owing to the
France Want« Gambia and Sokoto.
saying that no Americans have been
has adorned the lop of the Corean oin- aptitude of the Tagaloe to conduct a eral, Washington. — MacArthur has A petition to Queen Victoria, signed by
London, March 29.—The Paris corre arrested and no one is imperilled. A
war of surprises and ambuscades.
driven the enemy, strongly intrenched 21,000 British subjects in the Trans
spondent of the Times says:
The United States district attorney in latge force, north of Polo. He wtll vaal, has been banded to the British Liberte suggests that Great Britain report had reached this country that
The Peking coi r répondant of the
seven Americans had been arrested in
agent at Pretoria, praying her majesty should cede Gambia (at the mouth ol that country.
Londan Times says: The Deutsche
Zaitung publishes a long article show by the United States attorney general ents have strong intrenchments from to secure reform of the abuses from the river Gambia, Western Africa)
ing how the United States is slowly to bring suit against the San Francisco Cahx'an to Maloloa, which have taken which the uitlanders are suffering, and and Sokoto (the most im[sirtant of the
Armed Foreigners to He Resisted.
complaining that their ;>osition U in* Houssa kingdoms, on an affluent of the
but surely obtaining a commercial foot Dry Dock Company to secure possession them mouths to construct,
London. March 29.—The Shanghai
ing in Turkey and the East generally.
Niger) in exchange for the fishing rights correspondent of the Daily Mail eave
London, March 27. — A dispatch to tolerable.
The Time«, in an editorial based of the French on the Newfoundland The dowager empress has ordered the
The writer warns Austria and other proposed to establish a naval coaling the Times from Buenos Ayres says that
The dock company the Punta de Atacama award recogn lies upon the dispatch, says: "Will Presi- treaty shore. I believe, however, that governors of the maritime provinces of
European states of the danger of wtnoh station there.
they are threatened. Amerioa is de claims the rock under a title from the part of the Argentine and part of the dent Krueger continue to disregard the compensation for the rights will be China to resist forcibly any landing of
these warnings until it is too late.”
scribed as a "serious trade rival.”
Chilean boundary lines.
Baid Back. jr., and his company of
native-born Chinese expect to takes
hand in the entertainment of ths Na
tional Editorial Association.which con
venes in Portland, Or., on July 4.
John M Downey is dead at Sugar
Lake, Mo., of brain fsver, aged til)
years. He was known as the apple
king, ami was one of the proprietors of
the Reece A Downey orchard, one of
the largest in the oountry.
A spec is I to the Denver News from
Albuquerque. N. M., says: Red Pip.
kin, the noted trainrobber who was
captured recently at Moab, Utah, was
brought to Albuquerque from Winne
mucca, Nev., where he was wanted on
a charge *f holding up a Santa Fe pas
senger train. He will be brought be
fore United State« Commissioner Whit
ing on a charge of being concerned in
the hold-up of a santa Fe Pacific train
at Granta last year, aud also of killing
a deputy sheriff.
Manila, via Hong Kong. March 2S.
— Insurgent papers received here from
Malolos show that Aguinaldo is en
deavoring to deceive his followers into
the belief that they are winning great
victories. All the recent engagements
are proclaimed as American defeats.
The papers describe the insurgents
meeting with the American forces at
various points, and end their account
with the assertion that the Americans
retired to then original litres after suf-
stmt great slaughter
M’KINLEY DEEPLY INTERESTED.
Ambassador Harris at Vienna.
Vienna. March 29.—Addison C.
Harris, the new United States am-
bassador to Austria-Hungary, arrived
Washington, March 29—Advices beie today.
from General Otis were watched with
('snTKttptl the Situation.
the keenest lnteieet t>y war department
Chicago. March 29. — Representative«
officials today, and Assistant
retaiv of the trans-Missouri lines met here to
M eiklejotm, who. in the absence of day to consider what action, if any,
Secretary Alger, is acting secretary ot would be taken toward meeting the
war, remained in his office through ¡competition of the lines leading to the
out the day in order to keep in close Northwest in the carrying of cheap
touch with the progress of the fighting. tourist traffic.
Davitt Meeting Broken Vp.
London, March 29.—The Cork corre
spondent of the Daily News says: Mr.
Davitt, nationalist member of parlia
ment for South Mayo, was stoned and
several of his supporters were badlv in
jured at a political meeting inCharlev-
ville, county Cork, on Saturday. The
rival supporters of candidates for the
county conncilorship joined in the
melee with clnbs and stones.
Davitt spoke amid a perfect hail of
stones, which finally bioke up the
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