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Germans Clnlni Americans in Samoa
Incendiaries Burned Andrews’ Home in
New York is preparing an elaborate
D. I. ASBtHY, l'nbllsher.
San Francisco, April 12.—The Ger
New York, April 11. —Despite retic
man Democrat, published in this city,
ence on the part of the pol ce, facte
M c M innville .
The congress of universal brother- Americans Cross the Lake
Interesting Battle of has received a letter from one of the
became public today which made it Most
aood will convene for aseven days’ see-
chief German officials at Samoa, which
apparent that the fire which destroyed
to Take Santa Cruz.
lion at San Diego.
is interesting as giving the German
two houses and resulted in the death
The San Francisco Examiner state»
views of the complications at Apia.
of 13 |>ersons was of incendiary origin.
;here is a probability of a combine
The correspondent writes that with
FIFTEEN HUNDRED PICKED MEN It has transpired that a few hours be NO AMERICANS WERE KILLED
imong the redwood lumbermen of this
ail the shooting that has been done,
fore the flames were seen a policeman I
not a single Mataafan has been killed
was sent for from the Andrews bouse
Lawton and King in Command— Trtopi ami was mysteriously dismissed by a Filipinos Driven From the City With or wounded, and that the Mataafans
Au Interesting Collection of Items Froi
still tied up by the strike. Street-car
Will Be Transported by the Laguna servant, who said he was not wanted.
Great Loss—General Lawton’s Flans and Germans have apparently a great
the Two Hemispheres Presented
contempt for the fighting ability ol
Letters threatening the lives of the
strikers at Bay City, Mich., drove off
de Bay, Cesto and Napiuda.
a Perfect Success.
in a Condensed Form.
American and British sailors. The
Andrews family, and the children of
Mataafans are anxious for the allied
Mrs. St. John, were found. It is be
Two cowboys at Alamo Gordo, N. M.,
Manila, April 12.—Gonera) Lawton forces to come out and fight in the
There has been a heavy fall in ths held up the office of the Alamo Gordo
Manila, April 11.—At nighfall last lieved the motive for the incendiarism
price of wheat in the Chilean market. Lumber Company and secured (50,000 night. Generals Lawton and King was revenge, and that the affair rose has captured Santa Cruz, at the ex open, where they with their native in
launched an expedition of three gun out of a quarrel among the servants. treme end of the lake, and driven the struments of war, will have a chance
Fire at Lead, S. D., destroyed prop worth of scrip.
boats, with 1,500 picked men in canoes Foley, tne butler in the Andrews fam rebels, who were commanded by a against the modern weapons used by
erty worth «100,000. One entire block
The overflow of the Yellowstone in tow of the gunboats. The object of ily, is under surveillance, and the po Chinaman named Po Wah, into the the Americans.
of buildings was consumed.
river cause«) by the gorging of the ice the expedition ie to cross the lake, cap lice are investigating clews which mountains. The American loss was
The letter says that Admiral Kautz
The Keystone Slate Company, of is practically over.
Twelve were ture Santa Cruz and sweep the country chiefly rest upon anonyuiouB letters. six wounded. The rebels lost 68 killed -gave no warning of the bombardment,
Bethlehem, Pa., has increase«] the drowned at Glendive.
| but that when it first commenced it
Mary Flanagan, a dead maid servant, and 40 wounded.
to the south.
wages of its employes 15 per cent.
Santa Cruz was the Filipino strong was thought a salute had been tired.
The expedition, which embarked seems to have been the central figure
At North Enid, O. T., Postmaster
hold in Lake Laguna de Bay, and it According to the correspondent, the
It ie stated that «225,000 has been W. II. Day was out with a hatchet and at San Pedro Macati, consists of eight in this alleged plot.
subscribed toward the construction of kille<l and the office robbed. There ie companies of the Fourteenth infantry,
The police today gave out three fell into the hands of General Lawton’s British consul, Maxse, is greatly
the alumni hail at Yale university.
three companies of the Fourth cavalry, scurrilous letters which have been sent expedition after some sharp, quick blamed for the troubles, and there
no clew to the murderer.
to members of the Andrews household. fighting, forming one of the most in seems to be an inclination among the
A secret movement is under way in
The Twenty-first infantry has left four companies of the North Dakota
One was addressed to Mary Flanagan. teresting and important battles of the Germans to hold the British responsi
Hawaii to flood the islands with Portu Plattsburg for Manila.
war. The plans of the American com ble for the war instead of the Ameri
guese laborers from the Azores islands. carried a silk flag presented by Mrs. volunteers, two mountain guns and 200 The letters made chargee against her
and the butler. In a letter addressed manders worked perfectly, with the ex cana.
One hundreil and eighty-four Amer McKinley two years ago.
ception that the progress of the expedi
to Mrs. St. John, the writer said:
icans have been killed and 976 wound
CERVERA’S SUNKEN SHIPS.
Geologists of the university of Chi
“I hope you and Mrs. Andrews don’t tion was delayed by the difficult navi
At the mouth of the Pasig river the
ed in the Philippines since hostilities cago are planning to spend a part of
think for one moment that I am recon gation of the river.
About 1,500 picked men, commanded Wrecking Company Gives Vp the Job
the summer in Arizona, to study the canoes to the three gunboats, Laguna ciled or pacified with Mary Flanagan,
of Raising Them.
A decision was rendered by Judge formation of that territory and New de Bay, Cesto and Napinda. Santa for indeed I am not. and. what is fur by Genera) Lawton, on account of the
Washington. April 12.—Acting Sec
Peabody in the St. Louis city police Mexico.
Cruz, the objective point of the expe
retary Allen has received a letter from
court that under certain conditions a
At Bridgeton, N. J., 1,000 glass dition, is at the extreme end of the venge. I feel that 1 have given warn rounded the city while the gunboats I the manager of the Neptune company,
husband has the right to beat his wife. workers struck for union wages and lake.
ing enough, and I am going to fix her Laguna de Bay, Oeste and Napidan,
announcing that it is not possible to
The withdrawal of the 18 companies for life, and because you and Mrs. An under the command of Captain Grant, raise and repair the vessels of Cervera’s
After attempting to murder hie wife recognition of the unioq. AH the em
and baby, Walter Miller, foreman in ployes of the Star glass works, at Med
fleet sunk near Santiago. The conclu
made a gap in the line from the beach am going to fix yon, too. I’m going to and outlying trenches.
the Detroit soap works,sent two bullets ford, also struck.
General Lawton and his staff accom sion is that in the case of the Colon,
into hie own brain and died almost in
Oriental advices state that a sensa
your nurse's and children’s faces that panied the troops, sometimes leading the company cannot undertake to raise
tion has been caused at Peking by ar Pedro Macati, which was subsequently
will disfigure them and eat all the flesh charges in Indian-fighting tactics, het unless the United StateB govern
The three largest of 20 pear) button e«lict issiieil by the empress dowager, ac
the bone. This I will do for spite, which eventually resulted in the com ment will guarantee expenses in the
The rebels on the extreme right bad
factories operate«! at Muscatine, la., cusing Li Hung Chang and Chang
you did not let Mary go, as I plete rout of the rebels, with the event of failure. The wreck is lying
have advanced wages 15 ami 20 per Jmnel, governor of Shang Tung, with evidently been informed of the with told you. You had just as well let her smallest amount of damage to the city in the surf line, and save on exception
cent. Six hundred button workers are grjss extravagance.
ally calm days it cannot even be ap
e«l to sneak thiough after nightfall, but go first as last. You will have no girl . and slight loss to the Americans.
employed in the factories.
Hon. H. A. W. Tabor, postmaster of were met with a warm reception, and alive when I get through with her.”
A casco, with a force of 200 picked proached by small boats.
As to the Viscaya, the company
sharpshooters, under Major Weisen-
The bill providing for the incorpora Denver, and ex-United States senator, fell back in disorder on discovering
DEWEY IS A SAILOR
berger, mostly belonging to the First finds that while it is entirely feasible
tion of the St. Louis World’s Fair, to died at hie home in that city of appen that the line was still intact.
Washington regiment, was run into a to float her, she would probably not be
celebrate in 1903 the centennial of the dicitis, after a three days’ illness. He
He Decline« to Be » Candidate for the shallow about five miles south of the I worth enough to the United States gov
Louisiana purchase, has passed the was born in Orleans county, Vermont »
LOST IN THE UMPQUA
city. Then a few shells were sent ernment to warrant the heavy expendi
Missouri senate. It has already been November 26, 1830.
New York, April 11. — Admiral toward the entrenchments of the rebels ture.
passed by the house.
Advices at Lima in regard to the
The Swedish company having thus
at the edge of the woods, sending the
The Kilauea Plantation Company revolution in Bolivia say the situation
spondent of Leslie’s Weekly an inter
Then a withdrawn, the navy department is
Roseburg, Or., April 11. — Hollister view regarding the suggestion that the enemy scampering inland.
has been incorporated at San Fran at Oruro, where President Alonzo has-
free to entertain any other solid pro
cisco. The capital stock is «2,000,000. established a base of operations, is des D. McGuire, fish commissioner of Ore admiral be made a candidate for the number of Americans jumped into the
that may be advanced for raising
The directors are A. B. Spreckels, J. perate. The federalists, or insurgents,
presidency next year.
The admiral crept forward on the line, covering the one or more of the Spanish ships.
from Douglas county, were drowned in said, as to his politics:
D. Spreckels, William Irwin, C. A. are pushing their operations.
landing of the remainder, which fin
llugg and W. D. K. Gibson.
“1 am a sailur. A sailor has no pol ished debarking about 5 o’clock.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier stated in th« the North Umpqua river, opposite
FOUR WERE DROWNED.
itics. The administration is his party Tiirea troops of the Fourth cavalry, un
A large number of Spanish officers, house of commons, at Ottawa, that the
and, Republican or Democratic, it mounted, were sent ashore on a dan- , Result of a Wreck Between Vancouver
who had been prisoners in the hands of government ha«l received a proposition
and McGuire, accompanied by W. F.
and Malcolm Islands.
the Tagale, have entered the service from the United States respecting the Hubbard, who has charge of the Clack makes no difference. Then, again, I gerous marshy point, direct'y south of
come from Vermont, anil you know the city, under fire from the enemy’s
Victoria, B. C., April 12.—George
of the latter. Among the prisoners were delimitation of the Alaska boundary,
amas hatchery, went down the North what that means. To be anything but
some of the chiefs of the Spanish gen but he could not give the details.
trenches. Meanwhile in the town it Schnoeter is the sole survivor of a ship
Urnpaua to locate a site for a hatchery,
eral’« staff and offioers of artillery.
A. J. Smith, of Salt Lake City, com intending to return this evening. a Republican in Vermont is to be a self there was utter silence, and there , wreck which occurred between Malcolm
and Vancouver islands March 17. The
There are persistent rumors in Ma mitted suicide at the Millard hotel, McGuire, Reed and Hubbard went by man without a party. My flag lieu was not a sign of life.
tenant conies from Georgia. He tells
sloop on which he and Tom Hackett,
nila that Aguinaldo lias been supplant Omaha.
freight train to Winchester, where me that to be anything but a Democrat
Seattle, had been selling liquor to
ed in control of Filipino affairs by
The Twenty-first regiment will they boarded a small boat for the juno- in the South is to be a nobody. If I
Btretched two miles inland, and with | the Northern Indians was lost in a
General Antonio Luna, commander in leave Plattsburg, N. Y., for San Fran- tion of the rivers, six miles below
lived South I would probably be a . its left sweeping the shore, it moved storm while all on board were intoxi
chief of the Filipino forces. Luna is cisco, whence they will proceed to Ma Roseburg.
north, while the Fourth cavalrymen, cated. Those drowned included Hack
describe«! as being a typical belligerent. nila.
They were warned by people living
"Have you ever voted?” the corre- on the point, advanced toward the city, ett, an Irish logger known only by his
Unless the testimony of several im
The controller of the currency hat in the vioinity, who were acquainted epondent asked.
first name, Charlie, and two balf-breed
pouring volleys on the trenches.
portant witnesses shall be ini|>eached, issued a call for a report of all the na with the river, that it was very dan
“Yes, years ago, but my vote was
something which ie very unlikely, the tional banks at the close of business
usually influenced by personal prefer i ing along the shore shelled the woods
It is suppose.’ that it was the wreck
quainted with its rapids and whirl ence or local conditions 1 am not a
beef inquiry board will be oldiged to April 6.
age ol this craft that was mistaken for
pools, but they were old boatmen, and politician, have never hehl political
sustain the charges of General Miles
The gatlings cleared i that of the yacht Thistle, the latter
that the schliere were fed upon em , Major-General Shafter has arrived expressed no doubt of their ability to office and am totally ignorant of party pinoe inland.
craft, with her party, being safe at
balmed or preserved beef, says a Wash
intricacies and affiliations.”
Admiral Dewey said that neither by , by the gunboats gave considerable re
with the South Umpqua is a succession vocation, disposition, e«lucation nor
RIOT AT PANA.
At Ishpeming, «Mich., 800 strikers
The operators and conductors of the of rapids and whirlpools, and at places, training was he capacitated to till the sistance when the line was nearing ths
made a demonstration by parading the
Clash Between White and Black Miner»
Wheeling. W. Va., Railway Company especially at this time of year,* is both presidency. He said that he was too
streets. All tiie mines are dosed.
— Seven Were Killed.
have struck for an advance in wages, deep and dangerous. After the party well along in life to consider such a bombarded for an hour in the hope of I
Three men were killed by an ex and the road is tied up.
Pana, Ill., April 12. — In a riot which
had gone a considerable distance down possibility. His health would not ad making them too warm for oocupancy,
but did not succeed in clearing them broke out at 10:30 A. M., on the main
plosion at the railroad cap factory at
The London Mining & Manufactur the river, having safely psased through mit of it. All his life’s work was in entirely.'
The building was
street in front of the telegraph office,
different lines of effort; and that,
ing Company s property, at Ducktown,
General Lawton, with the Four
Tex., lias been sold to tiie Levisohn was broken, thus rendering the boat while the kindness an«l enthusiasm of teenth infantry battalions, approached between white and black miners, in
which deputy sheriffs took part, six
They at his friends were grateful to him, and
William A. Phillipe, eon of nn In- Bros., the copper kings, for «110,000. practically unmanageable.
tempted to work their way to shore the generous tributes of the American a narrow iron bridge across a creek on men and one woman were killed,
diana missionary, lias been arrested for
the south border of the town. Here a
At the bimonthly meeting of the with one oar, and approached eo near
insanity in Oakland, Cal. OveiBtudy
people were dear to him, he could not company of Filipinos was intrenched Nine persons were wounded, several
is the cause.
and wouhl not be a candidate for the across the stream and behind a stone so seriously that they will die.
t urere, in Pittsburg, it was decided tc of an overhanging tree, but the curtent
The killed are: Lavier L. Roog, a
A Pennsylvania freight train, near make an advance in prices, averaging was eo swift that the boat was being presidency of the United btatec under barricade at the entrance to the bridge. Frenchman and a union miner; Frank
Greenburg, ran into an«! killed James 5 per cent.
The Americans rushed forward in Coburn, white, eon of ex-Sheriff Co
drawn under water,and he released his
Boy« iu h Fight»
Dristell and John Clark, and injured
single file in the face of a galling fire, burn; four unknown negro miners
hold. The current then shot the boat
West Point, N. Y., April 11. — A
ployes to such an extent in the street rapidly out into the stteatn, where it fierce battle occurred at Highland Falls demolishing the barricade with their and one negro woman.
hands, and drove the enemy from tire
James F. Elwood, of Brooklyn, fell railway strike at Bay City, Mich., that was swamped and upset.
Fatal Mining Disaster.
dead in the betting ring at Bennings the sheriff can secure no men to act as and Hubbard strut k out for shore. at a late hour last night bet seen can trenches, killing a dozen.
Tex., April 12.—A mining
after cashing a ticket ou Tuttut, win deputies.
Hubbard reports that McGuire was
cadets, on the one side, and boys of secreted in various buildings and firing disaster in which 12 men lost their
ner of the third race.
Judge Field, the great American
the village on the other. Ttiere were from the windows, gave the invaders lives is reported from the Sierra Mejada
The president has signed h procla jurist is dead at his home in Washing to be swimming easily. When Hub about 30 cadets in the tight, but they
an interesting hour. There was a reg mining camp, located in the state of
mation opening to settlement May 4, ton. lie had strived a longer term on bard reached the shore, and turned to were outnumbered three to one by the
ular nest of them in the stone jail, Coahuila, Mexico, CO miles south of
the larger portion of tiie Southern Ute the bench than any judge ever ap- look for his companions, McGuire had boys of the town. Several of the can-
which is hedged in by a wall. This Presidio, Tex.
reservation, in Colorado.
An explosion of foul gas occurred in
onto the boat, which was rapidly drift didates were more or lees injured, the was a veritable pepperpot. The Amer
The German plan ior settling the
George Reid was killed. Mack Reid ing down stream, and he saw him no most seriously being U. S. Grant the icans, single or in pairs, entere«! tne the Veda Rica silver mine, and before
Third, appointed at large by the presi houses, and many wairiors wete taken all the miners could get to the surface
Samoan question suits England. As probably fatally wounded, and twe more.
As Senator Reed could not
America is also satisfied, a joint high other men hurt in a pitched battle be swim, he was probably washed from dent. Young Grant was assisted to prisoners.
the dry timbers were on fire, the fierce
commission will probably be mimed.
General Lawton established head flames barring exit.
tween the Preacher and Reid faction» his insecure position and sank to rise Ins quarters at the Cranston hotel.
Many of the boys of the town were also quarters at the elegant palace of the
Tiie United States transport Ingalls at Brunson, 8. C.
On the Verge of War.
badly used up.
governor, and a guard was immediately
arrived at Port Antonio, Jamaica,
Jack MacMillan, well known in
Port au Prince. Hayti, April 12.—
JUDGE FIELD DEAD.
('»plain Dayton’« Order«.
placed in the church, as sacred edifices The relations between the republic ol
with Geneial Alger on board. She re Europe and the United States as a
Washington, April 11.—The cruiser
potted all well and proceeded to Potto curler, was caught in a belt in a flour Great American Juriat I'anaetl Away at
Hayti and the republio of San Domin
Detroit has been ordered toBtopat Car looters. Within an hour the town was go are strained, owing to disputes re
W Huh ington.
mill at Lindsay, Ontairo, and so badly
tagena, Colombia, before putting in at patrolled, ami all looting rigidly pre garding territories claimed by both re-
The law does not prohibit the sale of mangled that lie died.
Washington, April 11. — Justice Port Limon. She is due at the first vented.
liquor in army canteens. Attorney-
The two governments are
James Elsey, the English messenger Stephen J. Field, of the United States
Almost all the inhabitants had fled concentrating tioops on the frontiers,
Genearl Griggs has rendered a decision bov who left London. April 1, for Cali supreme court, retired, died at hie named port tomorrow.
The instructions prepared for Cap during the two preceding nights, ami and it is reported that the Dominicans
to that effect at tiie request of tiie sec fornia, to rival the recent trip of Jag home on Capitol Hill, in this city, at
tain Dayton in substance authorize him only a few Chinese shopkeepers have
retary of war.
gers, the messenger hoy sent to Chica 6:30 o'clock this evening, of kidney to deal with the situation on its merits emerged from hiding and resumed bus have invaded Haytian territory and oc
cupied Las Caobas.
At a mass meeting of miners of the go, has arrived at New York.
an«l according to his own jmlguient. iness.
central district of Iowa, it was voted
Colombia's Time I. t’p.
Miss Marie Burroughs, of the Stnart
If he finds that the N icaraguan general,
to order a strike, to take effect at once.
urday morning and death came pain Torres, at Bluetileds, is oppressively found 40 dea«l Filipinos, some terribly
April 12.—The Italian gov
Tiie decision involves 2,000 miners.
lessly. Ever since Justice Field’s re
torn by shells, and many others ernment, according to a special corre
Operators are tiriu in refusing to raise Harold Russell, of the same company, tirement from the supreme bench in treating the American merchants he
wounded, to whom the Americans spondent from Rome, has declined to
in the face at the Broadway theater.
will put a Stop to the complaints.
offere«! their canteens as though they give Colombia any further time in
Denver. Mr. Ruesell’s injury is slight. December, 1897, he had enjoyed com-
paiatively good health, and being re
Carter H. Harrison has been re
were comrades. A surgeon who tra which to pay the Cerruti claim under
Topmen in the mines in the South lieved from the responsibilities which
Chicago. April 11.—A Record spe
flected mayor of Chicago bv a total
versed the field counted 80 killed, and Mr. Cleveland’s award, and has ordered
vote of 146,014, against 108,804 for ern Illinois coal district have decide«) be had borne for so many years, he be cial from Glendive, Mont., says; An General Lawton will report at least 68. the Atlantic squadron to proceed im-
Zina R. Carter, the Republican oandi- to strike as the result of their employ came more cheerful than formerly, and ic e gorge in the Yellowstone river at
mediately to Cartagena, "to bling the
A Strategic Position.
«late, and 45,401 for John P. Altgeld, er«' refusal to grant a raise of 25 cents seemed to enjoy the society of his this point caused that stream to over
to their senses.”
the independent Democrat.
friends and acquaintances more than flow last night, drowning four persons.
ever before. About two weeks ago he Eight more are missing, Three epane Lawton of Santa Cruz is of immense
A committee, whose members are of men.
Hollister McGuire, fish commission took a longer ride than usual in an of the steel bridge are washe«! out, strategic imnortance. It is the key to
Rome, April 12. —Italy has been for
• II the nationalities in Manila, heade«l
and State Senator Reed, of Oregon, ot«en carriage and contracted a severe causing a lose of «25,000. The North- Laguna de Bay, and now cute off Agni- mally invited to the disarmament con
by John McLeod, an Englishman, list
nahlo from the troops south of Manila.
been organised for tiie pupioee of in were drowned in the North Umpqua cold, which rapidly developed the ern Pacific tracks are indundated and As the wires are cut he cannot com ference at The Hague, and has appoint
terviewing the Ftlipino leaders and pe river. Their boat upset in the rapids. kidney trouble from which he had possibly washed away for some dis municate promptly except with the ed as one of her delegates Marquis
\ isconti Venesta, minister of foreign
titioning for the release of tiie Spanish W. F. Hubbard saved himself by suffered, though but slightly, for some tance, and the loss to livestock by troops he has with him.
time. The disease readily yielded to «Downing will involve a large sum.
affairs in the late Rudini cabinet.
prisoners, in the name of humanity.
treatment, and on Thursday last lie sat
Copper Mine Consolidation.
The Spanish government has re
Secretary Wilson le making arrange up for a time and seemed quite himself
Rajah's Ninth Victim.
Minor News Item«.
Boston. April 12 —The oopper con
again, but on Saturday morning a
Andrew C. Fowle. who died of heart
Kansas City, April IL —"Rajah,” a
solidation conferences held here today
failure al his home in Newaik, N. J., contracts in the spring instead of in ohatige for the worse took place, and
will rosult il> a combination of all mammmoth elephant owne.1 by Lemen
aged 70 years, in 1868 oonstructe-i for the autumn, aa iiaa been done hereto • bout noon he lost consciousness. there is no prospect of an uprising.
Montana and Michigan mines in one Bros.’ circus company, which has been
From that time he sank rapidly, and
the government the first geometrical
At Charlestown, W. Va., a charter company, with tremendous capital. wintering in Argentine, Kan., near
General Marcus P. Miller, who oom- expired at 6:30 o’clock.
lathe for bank note engraving.
here, today kille-t • »; keeper, Frank
was granted to the Arizona. Eastern A The details will be announced soon.
Furls Officials Cautious.
Fisher had returned to the
Montana Smelting, Ore Purchasing A
At the request of tire state ile|«art- mended the forces that captured llo
Thistle la Not I.oat.
Paris, April IL—The recent terrible Development Company, with authorised
tent intoxicated, and tried to make the
merit tire announcement ia made for Ilo, and who ha. just retired, bears the
elephant perform. Becoming enrage«!.
the lenefit of concession seekers that honor of having received five brevet» Ares in New York have made Paris capital of «6.000,000.
Thistle is not loet, aa reported, and the Rajah threw Fisher an«l knelt upon
the islands evacuate«) by Spain in the for gallant and meritorious conduct in officials demand the use of non-intiam-
active service—three in the civil war mable wood in the construction of all
The San Quentin penitentiary has Ford and Thames families, given up him. crushing his life out before sssist-
W»t Indies are under military con-
for dead, are alive and well, in Alert
•nee could arrive. He is said to be
ti«fl (rending legislation by congress to and two in Indian campaigns. Genera' new buildings for the exposition, and sol«! 3,SOO,000 grain bags for this tea- bay.
Miller was born In Massachusetts.
Rajah s ninth victim
determine their future government.