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NATION’S DEAD S01DIERS
LUU I yhe Spaniard. Hart 187 Killed and «14 Agnlualdo Her Carry the War to the
Ilo llo has been almost wiped out as
Wounded Last May Day.
the result of the reuent fighting.
5. — It is said Aguin
The president has appointed Wil
OREGON liam B. Sampson postmaster at Skag- Aguinaldo’s Men Desert to ^o^in M. Elliott, the intelligence officer aldo will abandon the attempt to keep Bodies to Be Interred at Ar
of the Baltimore, bas forwarded to the up a tight in Luxon and transfer bis at
f way. Alaska.
uavy department, under date of Janu tempts to the island of Mindanao. Cebu
The “Spider and Flv" oompsny was
ary 1. 1899. a report on the effects of and others of the southern archipelago.
arrested at Tacoma for violating the
the gun fire of Dewey's fleet upon the
I Sunday law.
Hong Kong, April 5 —Aguinaldo PRESIDENT M’KINLEY'S ORDER
NATIVES WAVING WHITE FLAGS Spanish war vessels in the battle of
At El Paso, Walter Donham, an
1 Manila, The report is based upon a bas been advised by hi* envoy* here to
American, shot and killed Jesus Mam-
personal examination of all vessels, move l>ia rebellion to Mindanao and
Philippine Cnmml.slon Will lame a personal
conversations with officers other island* aside from Luzon. Ar Cort.*« Carrying Bodie, ot Men Who
okpreh.n.lve Kevlew ot the Import pela, a Mexican.
Fell In Cuba and Forto Rico to Be
extracts from Admiral rangements are being made for large
ant Happening. of the Paet Week
Germany is said to be concentrating
Montojo's official report, It describes shipment* ot supplies, food, arms, etc.
Called From the Telegraph Columns. a fleet at Amoy, witb the intention of
in detail the effect of every shot from
The Enemy Located.
the American fleet, and proves that
April 5.—A cavalry recon-
Manila, April 4.—The arrival of Col Montojo’s vessels were riddled by a
Washington, April 5. —The president
Ecuador has decided to go to the gold
York regiment has been mustered out onel Denby, the last member of the perfect storm of shot and shell from the noisance north of Malolos today dis today issued the following executive
at Camp Wetberill.
American Philippine commission, has American guns. There was a much
Immense damage to Texas crops by
Quingua. five miles northeast of Ma order:
“It ie fitting that in behalf of the
Bob Brown was hanged at Glasgow, decided the commission to issue a proc larger percentage of hits at Manila lolos. A sharp skirmish followed and
.frost is reported.
Ky. His crime was murder of bis lamation to the rebels at once. It con than at Santiago. This is accounted resulted in the retreat of tlie Filipinos. nation a tribute of itonor be paid to
The maple sugar crop of Vermont father in-law, Lewis McClelland.
tains no reference whatever to inde for by the fact that Dewey’s fleet made
The main body of the rebel army is memories of the men who lost their
will be a total failure this year.
pendence, aud calls for an uncondition
At Minneapolis, John McGraw, a al surrender of Ag uinaldo and his a deliberate attack, with most of the between Quingua and Piiilan. Other lives in their country’s service during
A presidential boom in behalf of miller, shot and killed bis landlaly,
enemy’s ships at rest, while the ap detached forces of the enmy retreated the late war with Spain. It ie the more
Richard Olney has been launched.
fitting, insamuch as in consonance with
pearance of Cervera’s fleet at Santiago
and then shot himself. Jealousy.
Ail round Malolos white flags are be was unexpected and it was a running to the eastward and entered into the the spirit of our free institutions and
Five bodies were recovered in the
Miss Carrie Rogers was married to ing waved by groups ot natives and fight. Lieutenant Elliott makes the Mateo valley,where they were repulsed in obedience to the most exalted
ruir.6 of the Armour felt works, at Chi William Blackman at Olympia. The
deserters from Aguinaldo's army. following summary of the number and by General Hall’s troops.
Scouts near Calumpit had their promptings of patriotism those who
bride ia a daughter of Governor Rogers. MacArthur is allowing all such to come size of tlie shots which struck each of
mules sink in a soft spot in the road. were sent to other shores to do battle
Washington gossips are busy with
A report of the effects of the gun-fire within the lines, but is insisting on
This led to the finding of two breech for their country’s honor under their
the name of General MacArthur as a of Dewey's ships May 1 last shows close inspection, to prevent treachery. the Spanish vessels:
country’s flag went freely f'ont every
Cristina—Five 8-inch, five 5-inch
It is believed that the rebels will and 13 other large shells; seven 6- loading coast guns buried there. Their quarter of our beloved land, each eol
that 167 Snauiards were killed and 314
make a fight at Mariquina, near Ma pounders and nine other projectiles.
Admiral Dewey is said to have wounded.
will make a thorough search for addi dier and each sailor parting from home
nila, where a clash between Hall’s
ties and putting behind him private
cabled to Washington a requisition for
Castilla—Two 6-inch, twelve 5-inch, tional arms.
A cracker trust is to be formed on troops and the tebels took place the
«nore men and moie ships.
interest in the presence of the stern
the Pacific coast, Agents are now other day. This would please the four other large shells, three 6-pound-
Rebel. About to Give Vp.
emergency of an unsought war with an
Plans aro afoot to reorganize the visiting the principal cities, and it is Americans, as it is believed a decisive era and 16 other small shells. Sur
Washington, April 5.—The following
National Red Cross Society, with a Haiti all the leading factories will be battle could be secured. From the re vivors also tell of three 8 inch shells cablegram was received at the war alien foe was an individual type of the
I devotion of the citizen to the state
view to greatly increasing its scope.
ports of deserters who are pouring into
department this morning:
which makes our nation strong in
The Edward Hines Lumber Com the American lines at Malolos, Aguin ward, amidships and. aft. causing fires
Brigadier-General D. A. Flagler,
“Manila, April 5. — Present indica unity and in action.
that could not be controlled.
chief of ordnance, is dead at bis home
aldo has but a small force left, and bis
Don Antonio de Ulloa—Four 8-incb, tions denote that the insurgent govern
“Those who died in another land left
000,000 feet in Wisconsin, the second control is visibly impaired.
•t Old Point, Va.
ment is in a perilous condition. Its in many homes the undying memory
largest deal made this year, and tlie
Claude Holland, a victim of the consideration is about $350,000.
large shells; ten 6-pounders and one army has been defeated, discouraged that attends heroes in all ages. It
and scattered. The insurgents return wae fitting that with the advent of
Santa Fee wreck, at Lang, Kan., in
Manila, April 4.—The American
The United States Philippine com troops under General MacArthur are
1897, has just received )ll,500 in set
Don Juan de Austria—Two 6-inch or ing to their homes in the cities and peace, won by their sacrifices, their
tlement of hie claim against that com mission has issued a proclamation to still resting at Malolos, where every 8-inch; four 5-inch; five 6-pounders. villages between here and points north bodies should be gathered with tender
of Malolos which our reconnoitering care and restored to home and kin
the oatives. It is addressed to the peo thing lias been quiet today. Hostili and two other small shells.
parties have reached desire the protec dred. This has been done with the
ple of the Philippine islands, and ties elsewhere, so far as officially re
A positive statement to the effect
ported, have been limited during the retired behind the arsenal and was tion of the Americans. News from the dead in Cuba and Porto Rico. , Those
that the Philippine group was offered complete home rule is offered them.
Visaya islands is more encouraging of the Philippines rest where they fell,
by the United States to England on
In a decision handed down by Justice last 24 hours to an occasional exchange sunk by her own crew.
Isla de Cuba (to which Montojo everyday.
watched over by their sq/viving com
certain conditions has been published Peckham, the United States supreme of shots between the insurgents and
General Otis bas received the follow rades and crowned with the love of a
court holds the war tax law constitu
was abandoned)—Four 6-pounders and ing message:
grateful nation. The remains of many
Samuel Haller, 38 years old, a tick- tional as applied not only to stock ex Lawton and General Hall, extending one of unknown caliber. She, too, was
■’Manila, April 5. — Hearty congratu brought to our shores have been deliv
•tseller witii Buffalo Bill's wild west
lations on the most magnificent work ered to their families for private
this shooting has been just active sunk by the Spaniards.
•how, was shot and probably mortally
Five men working in a deep, narrow enough to make the lives of the sol
Marquis del Dunero—One 8-inch; of the army.
burial. But for other of the brave offi
wounded by William H. Holland, at ditch at Joplin, Mo., lost their lives bv
com cers and men who perished there has
diers a burden and to compel the offi
a cave-in that caught them from both cers to sleep in trenches, clothod, at.d
The Velasco took no part in the ac mand of the brigade lately commanded been reserved interment in grounds
The Third and sacred to soldiers and sailors among the
Claus Snreckles has decided to es sides, Four of the men were buried in readiness to repel possible attacks.
tion, but was hit by a stray shell and by General Otis.
Twenty-second regiments of General tributes of military honor and nation
tablish in ban Francisco an eleotrio under 18 feet of earth and rock and the
was sunk by the Spaniards.
Drawing the Americans Inland.
plant that will be without a rival in bodies have not yet been recovered,
The Argos was also out of the fight, Wheaton’s command are returning to al mourning they have so well de
Paris, April 4.—Agoncillo. the agent but was struck by a large shell and was this city.
the world, and which will furnish to
The work of searching the ruins ol
the people of that city light, beat and the Windsor hotel fire in New York of Aguinaldo, in the course of an inter scuttled by the Spaniards.
Santiago Bandits Captured.
“I therefore order that upon the ar-
power almost at cost.
The total numbei of bits observable
| has been finished,
Santiago de Cuba, April 5.—Four ! rival of the cortege at the national
was 141, but tlere were doubtless bandits, among them Antonio Nunez, a cemetery at Arlington, all proper mili
The Oregon wounded will be brought j thinks there are no human remains
“The capture of Malolosjis not as im many others, especially of small cali notorious desperado, were captured five tary and naval honors be paid to the
home as soon as possible from Manila. left in the ruins. The total of the
They will come on the first ships desig known dead now numbers 45, and sev- portant as the Americans are trying to ber, through the rigging and burned miles north of San Luis yesterday, after dead heroes; that suitable ceremony
make it appear. The Filipino govern structure of the ships. After pains a lively fight with men of the Ninth shall attend tbeir interment; that the
nated for that purpose by the war de i er a I persons are still missing.
ment had already determined on re
partment. The dead will also be
It is announced in Madrid that moval to San Fernando, and a small taking inquiry, Lieutenant Elliott immune regiment. Today they were customary salute of mourning be fired
brought to this country for burial.
| Count de Villa Gonzalo, former Span detachment of troops was left with or makes the following ieport of casual brought here and locked up. The at the cemetery, and that on the same
Piemento estate, near Cobre, was visit day at 2 o’clock, Thursday, the sixth
At Wednesday’s session the army ish ambassador to Russia, bas been ap ders to burn the town, and thus to ties:
Total ed by 11 brigands today, and a store day of April, the national flag be dis
beef court of inquiry had Eagan on the pointed Spanish ambassador to Great draw the Americans inland.
Reina Cristina................ 130
In this in played at half-mast on all public build
103 on the estate was looted.
He explained his contracts Britain.
“Two months of rain and fever will Castilla
Isla de Cuba............ ...........
2 stance there was no fighting.
A regu ings, forts and campsand public ves
with the beefpackers, but his testi
Oscar Straus, tire United States min save the Filipinos their ammunition
22 lar battle, however, bas taken place sels of the United States, and that at
mony was in no way startling. He de ister at Constantinople, has had an au and a good deal of trouble, and the Don Juan de Austria........
Antonio de Clloa 8
18 near Holguin between the bandits and 12 o’clock noon of said day, all depart
clared that Senator Hanna had nothing dience with the sultan. The interview, war will not end while a single Fili Don
Marquee del Duerro... . .
io men of the second immune regiment, ments of the government at Washing
to do with the matter.
which was protracted, was of the most pino remains to bear arms.”
two outlaws and one eoldier being ton shall be closed.
General Miller, now io the Philip- cordial character.
Agoncillo charges Major-General
killed. Further serious trouble is an
The following points, in connection ticipated at Holguin and Guantanamo.
pines, having reached bio 64th year,
Otis with opening the hostilities, and
holds the Americans responsible for with the examination of the Spanish
SHOT DOWN AT MANILA.
proved a patent of 3,194 acres in the
TROUBLE AT CANTON
President McKinley has returned to Walla Walla, Spokane and Olympia the transfer of the Spanish prisoners ships, are emphasized by Lieutenant
An English Subject. Killed by Amer
Washington after an outing of two land districts. Wash., to the Northern and for preventing the Filipinos nego Elliott:
First—The sides of iron and steel Chinese Capture Captain May. of the
tiating a treaty with Spain.
weeks and a day.
5.—A special to the
Pacific Railway Company,
Hong Kong Police.
Agoncillo is confined to his room built cruisers do not arrest projectiles
Tribune from Washington says: With
Stocks of the sugar companies in the
It is announced that the Paris Fig witii the influenza.
enough to explode them.
Hong Kong, April 5. — It is reported in the next two weeks the government
Hawaiian market are booming and aro, which is publishing daily the evi
Second—The incendiary effect of that the Chinese have captuied Cap will be asked by Great Britain to in
large advances are noted all through dence given before the criminal cham
TURKS DRIVEN BACK.
bursting 8-iuch shells is great, and far tain Francis Henry May, superinten demnify the family of a British sub
ber of the court of cassation in the
greater than would seem proportionate dent of the Hong Kong police.
They Attempted to Capture a Bulgar
ject parried Simpson, who was killed
A list prepared in the office of the I Dreyfus affair, will be prosecuted.
to that of lower calibers.
Two companies of Welsh fusiliers during the battle at Manila, February
adjutant-general shows the casualties
Miss Mary Wilson, a prominent
Vienna, April 4.—A serious colli
23. Simpson represented an English
in Manila since February 4 to be 157 I young society woman of Augusta,
the gun shields of cruisers are in no pedo boat Destroyer, sent there to pto-
paper house and was accidentally eliot.
killed and 864 wounded.
1 Kan., committed suicide on learning and Turkish frontier guards at Kozyl- sense a protection, but insure the tect British interests, and the torpedo- He was looking out of the window of
A dispatch to the Daily Mail from
Agob, between Jamboli, Eastern Rou-
his house when the battle was in prog
of the gun if struck by a large break this morning with 200 men. ress. and being dressed in white cloth
Vienna says there are 20,000 cases ot killed on the battlefield of Malolos.
nielin, and Adrianople, on the banks of disabling
The Hong Kong regiment ie now under ing he was mistaken for a Filipino.
influenza in the city of Brunn, capital
The Third United States volunteers the Toonja, 66 miles south of Jamboli.
Fourth—Warships of the present orders to proceed to Canton.
of the province of Moravia. Austria, ■ (Ray's immunes) Ims arrived at Savan- According to a dispatch from Sofia,
Early in March Sir Philip James
day will generally be placed hors de
Captain Francis Henry May, who Stanhope asked on the floor of the
•nd that the death rate is enormous.
J nah, Ga , from Sagna de Tanamo, on capital of Bulgaria, the Turks attacked combat by conflagration and the de
house of commons if the details of the
The restoration of the wages of 1,700 the transport Sedgwick. The regiment a weak Bulgarian outpost, but the struction of their personnel before they
Hong Kong since 1893, and superin occurrence had been received bv the
employes in tho York cotton mills, will go into detention camp at Sapello. Bulgarians, aided by aimed inhabi are suuk by gun fire.
tendent of the Victoria jail and fire government.
Baoo, Me., is announced to begin Mon
The I mm I v of Austin Bidwell, the tants, repulsed their assailants after a
brigade there eince 1896. is the fourth Broderick replied that the details would
day, when a similar raise will affect Bank of England swindler, was buried tierce fight. Both sides suffered losses
FIVE BANDITS CAPTURED.
not be in the hands of the government
over 2,000 hands in the Laronia and at Chicago. The body of his brother of killed and wounded. The Turks,
He ie now in his until the early part of April, when, he
Desperadoes Attack and justice of England.
Pepperell cotton mills, of Biddeford.
George was shipped to Hartford, Conn. the dispatch says, were seeking to se Armed Cuban
40th year. He received special decora sai<l, friendly representations would
Harry Sanderson, the young farmer, Both men died recently at Butte, cure a position hitherto held by the
tions for services rendered during the be made to this country. It is now
who attempted to murder his sweet Mont.
way station nearest the Turkish fron more bandits have been captured, in coolie strike, and the great plague of said these details are in the hands of
heart, Myrtle Fleischer, near Mayetta,
While suffering from nervous trou- 1 tier in Bulgarian territory, and it cluding Nainon, a noted desperado.
the British foreign office, and will be
Kan., but instead wounded Mrs. John ble. Rear-Admiral Charles <’. Carpen- 1
A body of armed men a few days ago REVOLUTION IN MACEDONIA. immediately forwarded to Sir Julian
Fleischer, her aunt, so that she died ter committed suicide at a sanitarium!
Pauncefote, who will make representa
later, was lynched by a mob from in Boston. At one time lie enforced for Turkey if she desired to pour attacked two Americans in the neigh-
troops into Bulgaria.
Irorhood of Holguin, took their arms Collision Between Bulgarian and Tu rk- tions to the state department.
American demands on Cliiua by firing '
lah Guards May
the First Step.
This will be the first claim of the
and horses, and then went still further
Since General MacArthur made a upon a Chinese vessel.
growing out of the Spanish war
Victoria, B. C., April 4. —The
gallant advance north of Manila there
operations in the Philippines.
steamer Tartar arrived from the Orient
lias been some talk that lie should be
When the facts are presented to the
mune*, has gone in pursuit.
chosen as a brigadier-general of volun fied the British consul at Tien-Tsin today, after a stormy voyage. She trouble seems to have grown out of the and Tuikish frontier guards at Kosy- state department, it is believed the jus
teers, his rank in the regular army be that the whole foreshore recently brings news of the massacre of 29 farm cessation of public work in the province lagob, a correspondent in Macedonia tice of tt e claim will be acknowledged
writes to the Pall Mall Gazette con
ing lieutenant-iolonel of the adjutant opened at Port Clung Wan Tao is re ers by aborignes at Byorsetsu, Japan.
served for a Chinese mining company.
Germany is said to be concentrating and the delay io the approval of the cerning the seething condition in the and congress will be asked to make an
estimates. Many who became bandits Balkans. He says:
appropriation, as there is no fund at
The British legation has enetered a
A Washington dispatch says: Gen- protest, pointing out tliat tliis action a fleet at Amoy, with the intention of during that period now refuse to re-
Grave consequences cannot be defer the disposal of the department to meet
•ral Thomas M. Anderson has been tor tenders the opening of the port nuga
red much longer. The whole province such cases.
Dispatches from Tokio to Japanese turn to work.
some time past slated as a brigadier- tory.
is armed, and matters are rapidly drift
coast papers charge Americans witb
general in the regular army until he
ing into open revolution. The people
Thu whole country between Malolos shooting down men, women and child structed by the United
retiree next fall. He is to command
140,000 Cotton Mill Employe«
the department of the Columbia, with and Calocan is now full of friendless ren in the Philippines.
for commercial messages tomorrow.
and the country is virtually in a state
headquarters at Vancouver.
Serloua Disturbances at Canton.
5.—Cotton mills gen
The cruiser Chicago, which left are returning to their homes, carrying
London, April 4.—According to a
pouring into most of the disturbed dis erally in the New England states, oper
Hampton Roads Maroh 18 under orders
dispatch to the Daily Mail fiom Hong
tricts, ami reinforcements are arriving ating more than three-quarters of the
to overtake the American liner Paris to gain the contideiiM of the inhabi Kong, serious disturbances have re American central committee recently daily. Detachments guard the Orient total number of spinldes in the North,
• nd transfer from that ship ex-Secre-
cently occurred in the vicinity ot Can
al railway from Salonica to the Servian began work today under an advanced
tary of State John Sherman, who had will return and attend to their ordi ton, and a British torpedo-boat ha* in the United States to organize oppo border, and the garrison towns are wag* schedule, which in nearly all of
been taken seriously ill. has arrived at
been sent to protect British interests. the czar's recent ukase for the Russifi packed with soldiers. There is a wide th* mills is about the same as that
Newport News with the distinguished fall them.
The destroyer will soon be followed by cation of Finland, today issued an ad spread impression that momentou* which existed prior to the general re
An event of inteiest to all Amari- other vessels carrying troops.
invalid on beard.
duction in the early part of 1898, and
dress to all Finlanders in the United events are impending.
Nenots Jose R. Villalon and A cans, whether foreign or native-born,
The Ottomans are convinced that which, it is estimated, directly affect*
States and Canaria, calling njxm them
Hevia, who were appointed bv the Cu
“to rise lip as one man. along in the Bulgaria is at the Imttom of the trouble from 130,000 to 140,000 band* em
ban assembly to present to the Wash week of June 19. The 31st annual spondent of the Daily Chronicle sav* knowledge of the righteous cause, an<l in Macedonia and will certainly active- ployed by more than 120 corporations.
ington authorities the resolutions of convention of the Music Teachers' As and Great Britain have arrived at an uphold their sacred rights before the ly support the expected rising, en- The reduction made in 1898 averaged
that body,have arrived in Washington. sociation, organised foi the purpose of
couraged by Russian influence.
a little more than 10 per cent. In
Their mission, in addition to the pres encouraging American musical art, agreement which will result in an
Fall River mills, which include 2.192,-
Catching salmon for eggs at the 220 spindles of the 10,853,143 in New
entation of the resolutions, is to ei- progress and professional fraternity,
London. April 4. — Miss Rose I Le Upper Clackamas hatchery in Oregon England, it amounted to 11 1-19 per
plain in detail tho situation with ref- will then bold its session*. A large April 25.
attendance is promised.
Clercq, • well-know actress, is dead.
will not begin until June this year.
•rence to the insurgent army.
DainAffl at llo llo.
Fortifying ths Falklands.
Miss Caroline Hazard, of Pakcedale.
Furious Snow Storm In Routh Dakol
About 4500 Men Affected.
Minor N»wi Items.
New York, April 5. — A dispatch to
R. I., lias Iwien elected president of coma, Wash., special says: Foreign
Pierre. S. D., April 4. — A fnriou.-
Bellaire, O.. April 5. — Employe* of
the Herald from Buenos Avres. via the Aetna Standard Iron & Steel
, It is proposed in Denver to establish Wellesley (.Mass ) college.
business houses lost over 11,000.000 bv
Galveston, says: The British govern
• public park in tbalcity as a memorial
Noah Webster was born in West tlie destruction of llo Ilo by the Fili day. alsmt six inches having fallen al- ment is about to send an engineering Works at Aetna were today notified of
to the late Rev. Myron W. Reed.
Hartford, Conn., and a movement has pino* before General Miller captured ready. It is drifting badly, and the corps of 1400 men to fortify Port Stan an advance in wages of 10 per cent, to
Manuel Garcia, who, at 94, claim* beer, started there for the erection of a the city. Stephen* A Company, an temperature is falling. The hay sup ley and other points on the Falkland go into effect immediately.
English firm, estimates its loss at ply is practically exhausted, and. as island«. The gunboat Beage, which 4.500 men are affected.
to tie the oldest singing master in the gigantic memorial.
world, is a cousin of the Cuban gen
Dr. E M. Charnel, of the chemical 4140,000 on stored hemp. Numerous grazing is impossible, the stockmen is now there, will return to England
Columbia, Pa.. April 5 —The roll
department of Cornell university in other firms bad warehouses ami stock* are presented with a severe condition. and l>e replaced by the Pegasus. Arch ing mills here posted notice today that,
I'rrsidcnt I.oubet Winning F atof
In 1898, 6,609,017 gross tons of be*. Ithaca. N. Y., has announced that
bishop Castellano and six Argentine beginning May I, the price for pud
Pari*. April 4. — President Lou tie t bishops will embark on April 18 for dling will be raised fiom 42 75 to I i,
•emer steel ingots were produced in nearly all wall paper sold at the pres panies will be the chief loset*. The
the United States, an increase of more •nt time contains arsenical poisons, French firm of jewelers, la» Estrella de I was a spectator at the Auteil races, Rome to participate in the South •nd that a general readjustment of tIm
•on.« of them in surprising quantities. Norte, loti 4300.000 worth of pioperty. aud was warmly received bv th* neople American conference.
than 20 jier cent over 1897.
wage* of the mill hand* will be made.
I. A8B4.BT, rabllahar,