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LIBERAL OFFER TO AGUINALDO
Remarkable Terms Which the Chief
Cuba is suffering from a long con
the Tagal« Refused.
D. I. ASBCltY, l’nbliaher.
Sept. 18.—A special
Tlie Nashville will not bo sent to
the World from Ithaca, N. Y., saj
Negroes Shot Down at Brush Your correspondent is able to say < Results of the Recent Con
M c M innville .
China has protested against General
authority that the Schurman peace !
ference Were Beneficial.
Otis’ exclusion order.
commission offered every inducement
short of absolute self government to
Japan is being urged to secure rail
Aguinaldo and his followers. Agui PROCEEDINGS TO BE PRINTED
way concessions from China.
OPENED FIRE ON THE WHITES
naldo was promised as the price for the ,
James M. Nixon, a once famous
restoration of peace in the Tagal tribe j
showman, is dead in New York.
Culmination of Long-Standing Trouble a bonus of more than $5,000 a year Will Contain All the Speech«« in Full
Conipreheniive Review of the Import
The battleship Kentucky will have
— Fifty Thousand Copies to Be Dis
Between Union and Non.l'nion Min while the Tagals remained peaceful.
ant Happening« of the l*a«t Week her first run about the 1st of October.
He was told that he could choose men
—Militia Called Out.
tributed Throughout the Country.
Culled From the Telegraph Colurnus.
from his own tribe for the minor mu
The Indian hoppickers in Puyallup
nicipal offices. The commission went
valley, Washington, are sun dancing.
Chicago, Sept. 20.—The Times-
Carterville, Ill., Sept, 19.—Caiter- so far as to promise Aguinaldo the
Admiral Howell will succeed Far
Almost the entire business seotion vilie was the scone of a bloody riot be
moral support of the United States gov- ¡ Herald says: Save for the work of
quhar un commandant at Norfolk navy of Farnham, N. Y , was wiped out by
tween white and negro miners today. eminent, if such were needed, to make publishing the report of tlie trust con
Six negroeB were killed, and one other his leadership of the Tagals thoroughly ference the Civic Federation’s work in
A n'rw cabinet lias been formed in
The sovereign grand lodge of Odd moitally
the big meeting is fully accomplished.
Company C, secure.
Venezuela, with Senor Calcano at the Fellows met in Detroit, Mich., in an Fourth regiment, Illinois National
With all these inducements, tempt Franklin II. Head, its president, is
head, with the foreign portfolio.
Guard, ar lived here lato this evening, ing as they must have been, Aguinal confident that the results of the dis
John King ami his wile, an agec
The steamer Alpha has arrived from and will endeavor to preserve order. do, as the recognized head of the insur cussion will be far-reaching and bene
couple, were killed by their drink Alaska with 200 passengers and half Forty miners from the Herrin mines gent movement, declined to yield. He ficent and he feels that this organiza
cru'led son at South bridge, Mass.
left that place for this city this even insisted upon immediate self-govern tion was justified in its expenditure of
a ton ot gold.
ing. armed with Krag-Jorgensen rifles ment, and as his insistance was so firm labor and time. Fifty thousand copies
The mill situation at Fall River,
The American ship George Stetson determined to assist tlie white miners,
as to make an agreement impossible, of the report are to be printed and dis
Mass., has been greatly simplified, as a was burned at Loochoo, China. No
the American commissioners ceased ne tributed throughout the country so that
combination of stock is likely soon tc Joss of life resulted from the disaster. should their services be required.
Trouble has been brewing ever since gotiations.
those who did not attend tlie conven
A bill has been introduced by a the militia was recalled by Governor
President Schurman was frank in tion may have the advantage of tlie
Bourke Cochran has advised Presi Chickasaw lawmaker raising the price Tunner last Monday, since which time telling yonr correspondent a day or so views expressed by leading economists,
dent McKinley to tender his' good of marriage license from $50 to $1,000. the white miners have refused to allow ago that he favored giving to tlie various lawyers, politicians and thinkers from
offices in the settlement of the Trans
Major Jones, who has been quarter the negro miners to come into town. tribes the largest possible measure ot different sections of the United States.
master at Manila, has returned. He Today 13 negroes marched into tlie home rule at the earliest moment. He This Mr. Head deems highly impor
Harry Metzler, 12 years old, was thinks 50,000 men will be needed in town and opened fire on a crowd of thought the several tribes could admin tant.
Among the reflections of Mr.
washed front a raft by a passing steam the islands for 10 years.
whites. Tlie whites returned the fire ister their local affairs, elect their Head on tlie conference generally are
er ami drowned in the Willamette at
promptly, and a running fight ensued. municipal officers, establish courts and the following statements:
Hon. Daniel Ermentront, congress
The negroes, closely followed by the penal institutions, etc., but did not
“The idea of the Civic Federation
man from the sixth congressional dis wilites, scattered, some running up the
believe it possible to allow ths natives was to have a full discussion of all
The mammoth new Oceanic, the big trict of Pennsylvania, is dead. He
main street, the remainder starting to pai ticipate in the general govern sides of the general question of trusts
gest vessel in the world, arrived ir was serivng his sixth term.
down tlie railroad track. Here the ment.
and trade combinations. It is a sub
New York, six days and two hour
“How could they govern the islands, ject upon which there is endless con
Officials say that Admiral Sampson worst execution was done. After the
will not be suspended by Admiral fight was over, four dead bodies were in view of the hetrogjrnity and multi fusion of thought among the people and
New York and Boston capitaliste Howison and that tlie newspapers are picked up, and another man was found plicity of the tribes?” he added.
we hoped by giving all sides a fair
will form n livestock combination witii
hearing to clear away much of the fog
making a mountain out of a mole hill. mortally wounded. They were taken
a capital of $30,000,000 to control ths
MUST RECKON WITH SIBERIA. I and mist and to bring the people nearer
Chief of Engineers Willson will sub to the city hall, where the wounded
man was given medical treatment, and
together so that they might be sure of
mit to congress a comprehensive scheme
American W heat gro we rs to Have Coin,
Attorney-General Blackburn has de
the evils of these huge combinations if
petition From a New Quarter.
for tiie defense of Porto Rico. The
cided that a game warden cannot grant
there were any and devise remedies for
Spanish works will be utilized in part. Later, near the Brush mines, in anoth
New Y’ork, Sept. 18. — A special to such evils.
permits to hunt game out of season for
er part of the city, two other dead bod
the Herald from Washington says:
A boat containing the captain and ies were found.
“In almost every respect 1 think the
11 men from tlie French steamer Dunra
The killed are: Rev. O. T. J. Floyd, American farmers are to have competi conference has been a decided success.
The Earl of Yarmouth, who has been
spending the summer at an Atlantic is believed to have been lost near the Ilnse Bradley, John Blaok, Henry market of the world. Consul Mona Many of the papers offered were from
careful economic students and pos-
resort will go on the stage. Charlee island of Elba in the Mediterranean Biannum. Tivo unidentified.
Mortally wounded: Sim Cummings. ghan, of Chemnitz, in a report to the cessed not only great but permanent
Fiohman lias engaged him.
Tiie mayor has taken every precau
value, Among these might be men
Thirty transports are scheduled to
The troops quartered at the Presidi«
tails of the agricultural possibilities o tioned the papers contributed by
sail for the Philippines before Novem- tion to prevent further trouble, and
irt San Francisco now number nearly
none will occur unless the negioes Asiatic Russia. Mr. Monaghan says Henry C. Adams, J. W. Jenks, John
12,000. This number includes 5,000 bre 1, and it is predicted that tlie sol make an attack.
that ttiis vast territory is destined to Graham Brooks and Professor Clark, of
returned (torn the islands and awaiting
Spnerintundent Donnelly, of the be one of the world’s richest and most Columbia university.
productive places. It is particularly
The time has not been extended and Brush mines, where the negroes reside, well adapted to the growing of wheat the two speeches which attracted most
Emile Zola has published a protest sheep must be off the Rainier reserve repoits that the negioes are worked up
attention were those delivered by \V.
against the Rennes' verdict, in which by the 25tb of this month. Stockmen into a frenzy, and, wliile he is doing and other oereals, and since tlie build Bourke Cockran and W. J. Bryan.
he shows conclusively the weakness of say they will move to Montana or all in his power to hold them in ing of the trans-Siberian road, wheat
“As a result of the discussions it
the prosecution’s case before the eyes Idaho unless favorable legislation ie check, he is afraid lie cannot do so from thia region lias already found its seemed to me that the general impres
much longer, and that unless the mili
of the world.
sion of those present was that the
At present the resources of this re growth of trusts and combinations
tia appears shortly further trouble may
The commissioners of Clallam coun
gion are undeveloped, and must remain should be jealously watched and guard-
be looked for.
ty, Washington, have appealed to the Aguinaldo is willing to release all sick
so for some years, as the population is I ed and that there should be a careful
eecrelaty of the interior to modify ths j civilian and Spanish prisoners, but it for over a year, but no fatalities oc as yet greatly scattered, being less than
supervision of their operations by the
boundaries ot the Olympic reserve. is added that General Otis refuses to curred until June 30. when a passen one inhabitant to each square mile.
state authorities and also possibly by
Four bundled and fifty thousand acrei
Immigration from Eu-ope to Russia is the federal government—supervision
of agricultural land ¡ b included iu the I Filipino ports to receive them.
road was fired into and one negro wo Betting in however, and 4,000 persons - somewhat similar to that of our na
Circle City, Alaska, now has a popu man killed. These negroes were on entered the region laet year.
tional banks would be most desiiaTde
their way to the mines, having cotne Hawaiian Capitalist Out and Injured. and important—and that all such cor
The Filipinos have made their reply lation of but 100.
to our offer of autonomy. The docu
A big yield of wheat is reported in from Pana. A short time afterward a
San Francisco, Sept. 18. — R. B. porations should be required to have
pitched battle ensued between the Banning, a Hawaiian captialiBt, ar carefully-kept books of account, show
ment repeats arguments contained in the Walla Walla valley.
• recent appeal to the powers for recog
Tli6 Nevadas, lowas an<l Tennessees union and nonunion forces during rived from Honolulu on the steamship ing all the general operations in their
which time the dwellings occupied by Australia last Tuesday and registered business, and that the features of such
nition. It further says that the rues will soon be on their way home.
tlie union negroee were bnrned. Sev at the Occidental. Among his effects statistics should be made public some
prejudice of the Americans is to blame
Six negroes were killed in a riot be eral arrests were made, and the parties I was a valise containing between $30,- thing after the maner in which the sta
for the hostilities.
tween white and colored miners at Car are in jail at Marion on the charge of 000 and $50,000 in bank notes, bonds tistics oi national banks are made pub
The Civic Federation conference on terville, III.
murder, awaiting trial.
and sugar stocks, together with a num lic. The objects sought through these
the uses and abuses of trusts and com
O. A. Pillsbury, the great flouring
ber of other valuable documents. A suggestions were not only for the bene
binations opened in Chicago with
ON THE BRINK OF WAR.
hours after his arrival he missed fit of the general public who might be
representative men from nearly every
considering an investment, but also for
etate in the Union in attendance. home in Minneapolis.
An investigation has been made and the benefit of the stockholders, who
The Drevfus meeting held in London Reply of Transvaal Very V nsatlsractory
Clovernor Tanner and Mayor Harrison
— Boer. Menn to Fight.
it is thought it is on its way back to ' I might thus learn if the managers were
each delivered an address <:f welcome. was a spiritless affair. Interest in the
I loyal to the interests of the stockhold-
London, Sept. 19.—The reply of the Honolulu.
Recent incendiary fires in Faris art
Transvaal to Mr. Chamberlain's latest
attributed to anarchists.
Tlie President*« Trlj».
“There has been some talk of there
note is said to cover nine pages. It is
Washington, Sept. 18.—Only Secte- being polit^al capital iu tlie result of
Tim revolution in Venezuela under Company, Promised Land, L. I., was eminently of the “negative and incon
destroyed l>y fire; lose, $500,000.
Castro is gaining strength.
clusive” character, which Mr. Cham taries Gage and Root, Postmaster-Gen the conference. I <lo not know that
Attorney-General the result of the conference could be
berlain declared would compel the im eral Smith and
Director Merriam, of the census, ad
Griggs were present at today's cabinet construed to have any political bearing.
vises enumerators to do some studying. a war map of St. John’s, N. F., as a perial government to consider the situ
The president announced The question of business trusts and
preliminary to fortifying the town.
ation afresh. It practically repudiates meeting,
Cornelius Vanderbilt died suddenly
suzerainty, reverts to the seven-year that he had intended to extend his corportaions is not a political question.
at his home in New York of paralysis.
Mora, N. M., collapsed and killed Man franchise, and declines to give equality Chicago trip to Minneapolis and St. There are probably just as many Demo
cratic stockholders in these various
Bush negroes of Jamaica have re uel Cordova, his wife and six children. to the Dutch and English languages irt Paul.
A variety of subjects wete dis- combinations as Republicans.
lapsed into savagery and gone upon ths
the volksraad. In short, it is politely
The memory of the martyred presi negative and defiant. The full text cussed, but final action was not taken, have entered into these combinations
dent, James A. Garfield, was honored
except in the case of Cuban money or
The great council of Improved Ordei in San Francisco with a parade and may not be available for a day or two, ders to the United States, the rate of with the belief that they are advan
tageous in the way of cheapening pro
of Red Men opened in Washington with exercises at Golden Gate Park.
The cabinet will probably which will be raised from 30 cents per duction and doing away with the exces
1,000 delegates pt esent.
The Hungarian novelist, Mauris meet on Wednesday or Thursday to $100 to 50 cents.
sive competition, which in periods of
Some of Aguinahlo’s officers are tired Jokai, now in his 75th year, was mar consider the next step.
depression is often times fatal to all
Wrecked and Burned«
of fighting for the Filipinos’ cause and ried at Vienna to the Hungarian act
It is supposed that the next move
Atchison, Kan., Sept. 18.—Missouri parties to »he competition.
will seek capture by the American ress, Aiabella Grossmigv, a girl of 18. | contemplated by the Transvaal is an
“Whatever may be tlie steps taken
height No. 124 was wrecked at
Tom Reed has published his farewell appeal to the powers, begging them to 4:30 this afternoon, midway between to adopt some remedies or restrictive
measures which shall retain whatever
The yacht Narno has artived at to his friends of the first Maine dis- ' recommend arbitration on the lines of St. Paul, Neb., and Julian statin-
there may be of benefit in the trusts,
Honolulu on a trip around the world. triot. He says public office is man's the conference at The Hague.
near Nebraska City. Three of ti.
Blie left New York four years ago and opportunity, not a ribbon to stick in
crew wete instantly killed, and their while removing that which is preju
H.« McKinley Intervened?
dicial to the national good, in my opin
has made neatly 40,000 miles.
ion tlie conference held in Chicago will
Oakland, Cal., has accepted the offer
The reply of the Transvaal is very
lam, Fireman T. M. Ruse, Brakeman piove a historical meeting, and its in
of Andrew Carnegie to give $50,000 unsatisfactory to the British, and Mr. Daily Mail says:
“Afrikandei bund circles profess to XV. H. Foster, all single and residents fluence as a source of education, and
fora public library building, and will Chamberlain declares it will compel
perhaps as a strarting point of some
gurantee the necessary $4,000 a yeai the imperial government to consider have information that President Mc of Atchison.
definite developments, will be felt for
Kinley has intervened between Great
for its support.
the situation afresh.
Drank Wood Alcohol.
a long time. The Civic Federation
Britain and the Transvaal.
A Manila dispatch says the cruiser
Vallejo, Cal., Sept. 18. — Michael is satisfied—yes, gratified—with the
The Portland chamber of commerc*
will send Senator Simon to Washing
entire work of the conference.”
Condrmnril to Death.
ton to push recognition in the matter bay. Little or no injury was done.
of the cruiser Philadelphia, have died
Woman Guilty of Arson.
from the effects of drinking wood
of embarkation ul troops for the Phil The Monterey and Concord were sent
tary of war, in response to numerous alcohol. Both men enlisted at Mare
to continue the bomardment.
ippines from that port.
Jacksonville, Or., Sept. 19.—Rosan
A Washington dispatch says the Tar requests, cabled General Otis regarding island. Owens, who was formerly a na Carlile, who was indicted jointly
At Tuckahoe, N. Y.. Terry McGov
the two men of the Sixteenth infantry
ern, an American pugilist whipped tar recently delayed in tlie Orient, was who. according to the press dispatches, member of the Sixteenth infantry, with her husband, John A. Carlile, for
served through the Cuban campaign burning the barn of her brother, A. J.
Pedlar Palmer, an English batam, in
had been condemned to death in the
the first round, and wins the title of than her capacity, and that the trouble Philippines for assaulting native wo and came here from Samoa on the Hamlin, on the night of August 14,
Badger. He was a native of Philadel 1899, pleaded guilty last night and was
was entirely due to giumbling.
champion in this class.
men. A reply received tonight said phia.
sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment
there was a third soldier now about to
Secretary Ray, of the interstate com- ’
in the penitentiary. The trouble be
••Devil An»»" Hatfield Captured.
■aeroe commission, who has been iu institutions in the country, the Monas l>e tried in connection witii the same
tween the brother and sister grew out
Williamston. W. Va., Sept. 13.—
Hawaii investigating the labor situa tery ami College of the Holy Land, was case, and that when the court-martial
of the settlement of the estate of their
was concluded the papeis would l>e Sheriff Henderson, of Logan county, father, the late James Hamlin. Upon
tion. says lie is of the opinion that ths
solution of the labor problem there it! the prominent Catholic clergy of this forwarded to the department. The two and a posse of 15 today went to the Mrs. Carlile’s plea of guilty, her hus
men sentenced are Corporal Damphoffer Hatfield fort, in the mountains 80
the employment of free white labor.
Leaders of the different railroad em and Private Conine. The name of the miles from here, and without blood- band was released from custody.
Chairman Van Horn, of the Canadian
situation nt Key West.
Pacific, says the Canadian Pacific it ployes organizations are discussing third soldier involved has not yet been shed captured “Devil Anae” Hatfield,
Key West. Fla.. Sept. 30.—Fifty-
anxious to establish a great steamihiy plane with a view to establishing em mad. public. The sentences will not hie son Bob. and John Dingess, a rela
line tietween Liverpool and Halifax tc ployes’ grocery stores at the division be executed until the war department tive of the Hatfields by marriage. The four cases of yellow fever have been
take business away from New York points of the rations lines. If success shall have reviewed the cases. The prieoneis will be taken to Pike county reported in the past 48 hours atd three
line», and expects io receive a subsidy ful in this litre other dejiartiueiits will papers cannot leach Washington in less and tried on charges of murder grow deaths, making a total number of case«
be taken up.
ing out of the Hatfield-McCoy feud.
than 30 days.
to date of 363, and 17 deaths.
from the Canadian government.
K.form In II.».ball.
For Highway Robbery.
William H. Bodwel), a well-known
Celebration In Mesiro.
Chicago, Sept. 19.—A new baseball
Pulaski, Va., Sept. 18.—Noah Fin
printer, ex president of the Interna tion a man who is making a manuscript
league, whose circuit will include cities ley, a negro, was hanged here today.
City of Mexico, Sept. 30.—The wife
tional Ty|a>giaphical Union, died at
iu both the National and
Western His crime was highway robbery and at of President Diax is somewhat im-
ish it in two years.
Whitehall. N. Y., aged 67 years.
aa tempted murder, and his execution was proved in health, but was unable to
Wilbur F. and John Stiles are twins
An imperial ukase has been issued
the American Association i of Baseball th* only instance in laje years in take part in the national independence
establishing a system of etlncalion foi
Clubs, was formed today at a meeting w hich the extreme penalty has been celebrations, which went off with the
the children of the nobility in Russia, much alike that only intimate friends here of baseball men and lovers ot the imposed in Virginia for this offense.
usual eclat. The magnificent illumina
largely at government expense.
national game, The circuit as decided
tion of the cathedral of Mexico by elec
on will include St. Louis. Milwaukee,
Salvation Army folks are fotbiden
tricity was the cause of general admira
to use trnm|>et, drum or tamborine in town the inhabitants of which pay no Detroit, Chicago, Baltimore, New senting a Philadelphia syndicate, is tion. The great building could lie
the streets of Philadelphia, and speech tent or taxes. They are quarry em York, Philadelphia and Washington. shipping men and material to Alaska seen for 30 miles like a vast mound of
only is left to them iu their pub Mt ployes, who have dug dwellings in t’-e A. C. Anson was offered the the presi for the construction of tbs second rail biasing light i« the center of the Val
face of a steep rock.
dency. but refused to ascent at pi esent. road in that territory.
ley cf Mexico.
Pitiful State of Desolation Wrought by
War anti Weather.
New Yotk, Sept. 20. — William
Willis Howard, general manager of the
Cuban industrial lelief fund, ami who
has lecently returned from Cuba, says:
“Cuba ie in a pitiful state. Instead
of a rainy season, Cuba has had a
drought. Not since 1844 has there
been such long-continued dry weather
during the summer. The result has
been disastrous. The United States
weather bureau reports that all small
crops have been ruined. Sugar cane
lias been so damaged that the crop next
year will be less than the crop ground
“The most distressing featuie of the
drought is the destruction of the corn
crop. Even under favorable circum
stances, the corn crop would have been
small, for it was planted in driblets,
here and there. Tlie weather bureau
reports show that the corn crop will
yield not more than 5 per cent. On
our relief farms we have better coin
than any I have seen in Cuba, due no
doubt to the fact that we put more la
bor on the growing crop than anyone
else was able to do.
“Business in tiie cities is desperately
dull. The hotels are empty, restaurants
idle and all small affairs are lifeless.
Large business concerns are scraping
along as best they may, in the hope
that the future of the island may be
“In the country the desolation
wrought by war and weather still con
tinues without abatement.”
Boen Preparing for th© Defense of tlie
London, Sept. 20.—The special dis
patches from South Africa confirm the
reports telegraphed yesterday that the
Boers are massing artillery in positions
commanding Laing’s Nek. Small Boer
detachments occupy positions abcve
The members of the afnkanderbund
in Cape Town intend to convene the
bund in congiess to consider the situa
A Bloemfontein paper reports the
dismissal of several Englishmen from
the Bloemfontein police force, because
of tl-eir refusal to serve on the com
The general apprehension in regard
to the outcome was reflected by the de
cline in consols and stocks on the Lon
don stock exchange, where, although
all stocks continued depressed, there
was not the slightest approach to ex
The text of President Kruger’s reply
was issued by Seoretary Chamberlain
this afternoon. The language in many
places is taken to indicate a film, un
yielding position. The reply, how
“If her majesty’s government is
willing, and leels able to make this de
cision a joint commission, as at first
proposed by Chamberlain, it would put
an end to the present state of tension.
Race hatred would decrease and die
out, and the prosperity and welfare of
the South African republic and the
whole of South Africa would be devel
oped and furthered, and fraternization
Withdraw« From the Race for United
Detroit Mich., Sept. 20.—General
R. A. Alger today gave out a letter
written by himself in New York, Sep
tember 8, in which he announces hie
withdrawal from the candidacy for
United States senator. The letter fol
“The Waldorf-Astoria, New York,
Sept. 8, 1899.—My Dear Mr. Judson:
After careful consideiation I have de
cided not to be a candidate for the
United States senate. My reasons for
this determination are personal and of
a business nature. I fully appreciate
and thank you and my many other
friends who offered support, and hope
to be able in the future to show my
giatitude for all that has been done for
me by the people of our state. 1 am,
my dear sir, sincerly yours,
“R. A. ALGER.
“Hon. William Judson, Ann Arbor,
General Alger declined to say any
thing further concerning his wiiiid
al than was contained in the letter
Transports Will Come to Portland Al
ready Fitted Out.
Washington, Sept. 30. — It is stated
at the quartermaster’s department that
the request to have the ships that are
to carry the Thirty-fifth regiment from
Portland to Manila chartered and fitted
out at Portland cannot be granted be
cause the ships must be fitted out un
der the direction of officers having
charge of such work at San Francisco;
also that the men who understand the
work are employed at the latter place,
and it would not be practicable to send
them to Portland.
Building Fell In Montreal.
Montreal, Sept. 19.—Oneconeof the
Queen’s Hall block, in whiuli was lo-
catded W. H. Scoggers’ diy goods store,
fell in tonight. The building col
lapsed gradually, and no one was in
jured. The building is an oppoising
one, occupying a whole square fronting
on St. Catherine street.
Albany, N. Y., Sept. 30.—Governor
Roosevelt today issued a proclamation
setting apart Friday and Saturday,
September 29 and 30, as holidays to
be observed throughout the state as
days of general thanksgiving in honor
of the return of Admiral George Dewey
to the United States. This will make
th« days legal holidays.
A silver fox skin was sold in London
recently for $1,750 at an auction.
This is the highest price on record.