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K LA M A I II
W llllairi J.« kson, thè .«■■►ut. is <lea«l.
I he I nltasl Veri, mine was aold |or
Epitome of the Télégraphie
New» of the World.
Brillali authoritles bave rvleaaed thè ■»enator Beveridge’s View
termali steamer Hersog,
the Philippine Question.
Iwo whlte meli Wrre «hot and two
tegro*« were lyurhed al lllplsy, Taun
TKIWK II« KS FROM THF. WIREN
Premier M< Ihmald tale« thè attor- JPKKf'll OF A YotNO MEM Bl
lev-genrralshlp of thè USW il ali Ito ha
Gold im|a«ite are helping England**
T«d Hloan, th«’ greal
key, is com
Money rates have taken a tuml ls
an! may go lower.
Affair* of lhe Gb«l«a National bank,
*1 Boston, will I* wound up
As a training ship the Hartford will
•ail lor South American purls with
Christian seistx-e treatment allowed
two children to die of diphtheria al
Il«-avy losses on l»«th shies are lha
chl<4 results of recent har«l lasttl«*« al
Montana pulitb-a are getting much
n«*'dr>l airing by the testimony la the
t«erman «ease 1-owner* H-gar l Eng
land's recent selsurea aa a scheme lu
The ret«*»««! American prisoners
w«-re (areto,«led and In rags wbeu they
*rrb«*l In Manila.
Editor Stea«! haa publish«*! a letter
in l»«t>d«>n In whl> h be give« surns in
side (acts of lhe Jamew«n raid
A miniature tattle of Kan Juan hill
was fought by Chicago youngsters.
The ¡»«lice intervened, but not before
lhe "H|*nlsh” officers were aerlously
A Brltiah flag ami portralt ol thè
|ti«eu were trampled under tool in a
A ictorla »alis.n.
l'rwai.leut llill, of (ha Grani North-
<rn. regarda thè ahlp aulxldy bill aa a
I«>rd Hallour In a *pee«-h denied thal 1
thè luat lor gold la thè incentiva lo F.ug
lami in thè Tran vasi war.
Sull haa lm-n hegun in thè l'ulted
State, supreme court lo test thè vali.!-
ity of tb. Blaud-Alllaou art.
Goveruor Brmly an>l thè Cape Nome
IsUgatlou have appeared badore thè
nouar comuiittee <«o ¡«ubllc lauda.
The preai«leui ha* recom mended the
promotion <>( Huwl*>n, hauts, Rem ueuy
au«l Farquhar l«> be rear admirals
Ths United btalea cruiser Albany,
pur «hase. I from Brasil, develo|»<l a
• g«««- m I of go.*7 knot* during a builders’
< reated • Hrncstld
Itrpli»d I« by «tehalur Huar, uf
AA'tehiugtou. Jan II.—“That m
Itile knows th* <-omm««n |**«pl* of t
republic, little* tinier «taod» U m * 1
«tin« t« of <»ur rauu who think» wr
tot bold it forever, ^!niinUt«*rina j’l
fovrrnmeat l-y th<- MtnplaH met)» da|
Thu arnCetn«'«» waa the kryoota ui j
•pefftch drHvrred in the acuate today ’ j
r.«-\t »i!^t- !!).• jiiup-f »* nator ftMl I i
liana. It wa« the Hiaidro ape« h
lhe Mmate of about the youn<eet meB
*»er of the btkdy, Tht? announce
<Jeii\rr an nddlW «B
texlylfiM hi» obarrvationa in the Phi j|
pines attra< U*l an unu«uaily
nurnltrr of auditor» to the <all« wB
()u the door of the at-uate •’very aeL
IU the city wae In hl» »eat and arof’
rrpr* ecu tali \ «w came u\-er from *
The orca*ion waa in*piling, g
Lrveridtfr nme to |< brilliantly. J
»ration—for j»r«i»*rly it waa an ot J
— waa dee ply intrreatll^
It Wi ■
plrtr with »trikintf «entrnoea and
arranged information Fpolten
the carueetnraa, vigor and eioc.
>f a fine orator, rnthu*ia»tir in hii
ject, who row at time» U j hi»
with th«* |»*«rr of pe»»ionatr dra
ulteran>r. the »perch created
found itnpn w-iou u|»>n all whu
England will release sriarsl Ameri
can fl««ur. Fixslatuffa are n«>l cotudd-
cred >a>ntral«au«l of war unless luten-led
lor the enemy.
liamat Grinb*rg, formerly a well-
known Jewish business man of Seattle,
has bnan arrested in Tarnapoli, <•••
licla, Austria, «»n a cluirge of buying
glrla for e>|.«rt from Austria to Ihr
Secretary Gage give* aa hla
for hla recent action in utilising na-
tl-'iial tsvnka aa depoait>,ri«-a for national
¡x.,'' jxir-r.- —
Beveridge la sobolarly an! .xfl
■(•v'eRr'iir reprr, acre
treasury notes that thereby be prevent •p|e-ar*n<-e, with a «fusing face ami Appleby, f,,r several years the leading The latter step was not taken by A
ed a disturtaince lu lhe business world. figure. I lirougbo« ’. bis speech he was physician at Bristow, But.er county, Choate, a« he had first to receive
He deulea that hs haa discriminated •way «nd naturxl, aud entirely free last evening, in a fit of insanity, killed thorny from the state de|«artm
in favor of any bank.
from manner sms. He s|x«ke rapidly , a 10-months-old rhild of Henry Wear- so.
Alter a day's bnmbnrdment. ths
A l*m«k>n dls)«t<h says the long aud with great earnestness. When he ly, of this place, while making an ex
IN CAVITE PROVINCE.
liters capture«! the British garnw-n st |«ent-U|> storm is now bursting over the darlared, with deep solemnity, to t)e>»e amination of It in another physician's
Kuruman, llcehutialand, taking I2U beads of home government officials. ’‘whose voices tn America have cheereil i office.
Being Drives Fro
The d<* tor took the child in his arm- Rebel» < Are
prisoners, arms, ammunition and pro- Il *aya tlvat if |«rllameut were in sea- those mlaguldn! natives onto sh«x>t our
ounfry South of Manila.
alon. It Is doubtful If they could retain a«ldlars down, that the blood of thee«-
Alanila, Jan. 12. — Report* from t
The Bers whlp|«ed White's tone* power, and only a remarkable change «Isa«! and woun«le«l boys of ours is <«n ent« pro texted, but to no avail. He movements of the American comm
nut ol positions three different times, In the situation can save them wbeu
era south of Alanila show that
never wash that stain away.” th«-rr chin, and with his lingers on top of its Bate« an«! Wheaton are at l'ere*
l«ul each time the Britisher*' gallantry the m-lt session convene«.
was a deep, alttevugh suppressed sruaa-
returm*! to the (ray an-1 re>x>vered all
Senator Hoar haa made public • let
blood gu*hed out < I its nose and mouth. manna«, and '««neral Schwan is
the but |*isltl<>ns.
ter ho had addremod to a number of lion among his auditors.
he m ise«l the child by one foot Si lan, all awaiting the arrival of
At the conclusion of the s|ea> h, tre
Our losae* In the K|anish war were Eastern )ia|*ra In reply to a speech mendous and uurret rained applaus. and legan sw inging it around his head, vision wagons. Keconnoisannce*
M.2VS The grand total of the volun made by ex representative ljuigg, of swept over the galleries, an«i it wax resisting all effort« of the terrified par shown that 2,000 armed inst
teer force was 235.335
About 33,000 lhe Ease* Club. In it he says that notable that secretary of the Treasury ents to stop him, and it was not until have retire<i to the mountalna from t
n( these were discharg«*! or «freerted. Agulnaldo la honaurt, and that the war Gage, who «»-«-upKal a seat in the sena help was gotten that th«' child was district la-tween Indan and Naic, a
The total deaths were Ire* than 4,1X10. was ««auxsl bv a mistake made by Gen tor’s gallery, was a partl. ipant in it. taken from mm. It wa- quite dead. that others have retreated along t
eral Otis; that the Americana were the
The insane commission was con coast from Novetel toward Botangaa.
Friendship la-twren China and the
I-axt night. Nolan’s apiadron of t
Reply to Beveridge.
vened. and at midnight Dr. Appleby
United states »null t«e romplete H th* aggressor* aud Agulnaldo
Hoar (Rep. Mass I replied briefly to was on his way to tie hospital for the Eleventh cavalry drove a body of
Chines«« were admitted t«« ths I’hlllp- peace.
Although he did not enter iu«aue at Independence. Three or four gents from Naic. One American
A pro-Boer meeting was held in Beveridge
pine*. Our trade with China ln,-reaae<!
fully into the inerite of the question hours after the mvum-n.-r he seemed killed and two were wounded,
40 per cent last year, all due to friend Heattie.
teen -lead Filipinos were found.
English parliament may lie conveued under discussion. he did not feel that comparatively rational, and said he
The movement largely resemb
The shotgun quarantine haa l«een re- lie (ore th<< euil of the month.
ments ought to go to th<> country un- killed the child, but could not help it. General -diwan's experience in t
Vived In Honolulu. Bul*>nlc plague
Frenchmen are <qq«e«xl to the new chalb-nged. He declared that not the The cause of the insanity is supposed same country, except that the tow
has a strong hol«l on the city. Two treaty with America.
are now being garrisoned, and that t
American op|«usition to the war. but to I*' religious excitement.
more deaths had oc« urre«l by December
insurgents refuse to fight, retreati
A Ailasouri lolge of Hil«erniana de- the president's pro« tarnation to the Fil
30 and there were seven new case« of ci«l«'«l that it woulil not help the Boers.
southward and dividing into 1111
ipino«, was responsible for the hostili
plague The National Guard wa*
Washington, Jan. 11.—The hou-e bands, with the ap|«arent intention
Th«' Chicago l«asel«all club will make ties. He ridiculed Beveridge's state
calle«! out am! they hurtle«I the iufe« t«*l
on commerce gave a hearing reassembling later. The plan of cat«
Schrymser and Bay ing a large number lietween two b
gades has failed. Alout 100 inaurge
The Unital States Is shea«! uf Great
General Otis’ rejsirt to show that they lies. president aud vice-president of the
have been killed, but comparative
Britain ax a coal producer.
tew arms have been taken.
(or using the uatural steam of hot
The Montpelier tin plate mill, em well*.
The region is full of amigo*, w
ploying 200 men, has closed.
doubtless have been tearing arn
French’s losarw at Colesburg are
cable should l>e maintained under pri
< ubans are well pleased with Wood, more than twice the uuiulier at first re
BATTLE IN A COURTROOM.
vate ownership. The plan of his cable, which they have hidden. The worn
and children remain in their hom
*nd say he is lire one man Air the task. port«'«!.
ax outlined, wax for a line to Honolulu,
and the insurgents, as they fall bat
Three Me* Killed and
Three lereon» were killed aud seven
The Pacifie coast ha* sent forward
Two Merloualy Woumlrtl.
release all the prisoners they have ca
njured in a tenement houae fire al New over
to the laintou fund, and
Vicksburg, Miss., Jan. 11.—Oak- pan. a total of 8,285 miles. Admiral tured.
more will lie sent.
ridge, a little hamlet IF Tuiles north- John Irwin (retired) and Francis B.
White Hou«* Reception.
The steamr^Gaxelle wa, wrecked off
The Boers have refuse«! to
east of this city, was the scene this Thurlier, president of the American
Jan. 12.—The recepti
lord!« roaat. A |>aaeing steamer American consul at Pretoria
mottling of a desperate fight, in which Export Association, spike in favor of to the diplomatic corps, the first of
■xved the crew.
three of the lieat-known residents of private ownership of cable route's. The evening receptions at the White Hou
<‘alifornia capitalists are
The secretary of war ha* ask«*! for the conntv were killed. The dead are: committee fixed January 23 for a bear this season, was held tonight from 9
fruit culture in the states of
«'rua $750.IHH) for expenses in sending the A. D. Rolland, R. 8. Stephenson and ing of government officers relative to 11 o'clock, and was well a
•O’! Oaxaca, Mexico,
Dr. Otho Austin.
Invited guests to meet the guests
Spanish prisoner* home from Alanila.
Dr. James Austin, his son Otho Aus
th<> evening were the member* of t)
Michigan has a sensation and sev-
California wants foreign countries tin and his son-in-law R. 8. Stephen-
Batlly in Nrttl of Better Kyra.
cabinet, of both branches of congres
W»l state official* have tamn Indi, ted fore**! to reduce the duties on cann«<d
New York. Jan 11.—A dis|«atch to the supreme court, officers of the arn
son had been arrested on an affidavit
•or briliery and emla«Ml„ment.
goods through reciprocity trt«atire.
sworn out by Rolland, charging them the Herald from Berlin says: The Ber and navy, and a contingent of reside
K*' Jir. Edward M.-Glynu is dead
The shipbuilding trust ha* not yet w ith whipping one of Rolland's negri liner Tageblatt learns that the Bunders- society. About 3,000 invitations h
»1* xuwuml^ been organixed. The amount of capi tenants. Just after the opening ot rath and the General carried to East been issued. The east room was d
r ghl a disease after seven weeks. talisation is not yet determined U|«>n their trial this morning in Justice Africa machinery for a larger distil orated in its usual Is-autiful and app
Hiere will I« * conference of th*
The Illg Four railroad will resume Griffin's court at Oakridge, the shoot lery. 1'art of this was a large wrought- priate manner. The conaervafory 1
te ernorx of the ari«l states and terrt- payment of minnmn stock dividends ing l«egan, but who fin'd the first shot iron tube, of large diameter, which thrown open amt the Marine
Janu»ry n t«i l'on an«I will take over the Chesapeake «V is not known. When the smoke ol probably was mistaken for a cannon. played during the evening. Preeid
battle clean'd away, Rolland Stephen
ami Airs. AfcKinley received tl
"■r ‘"e question of arid land*.
son and Otho Austin were stretched on
New York. Jan. 11.—A dispatch to guests in the blue parlor.
>•'< lay county, Kentucky, two men
Unde Ham will pres* her claim the floor dead, and Dr. James Austin the Herald fnnn Brussels says: The
r" i’* •»«I killed ami four other against Santo Ihuning««. France got and a young son of Rolland were seri Boers played an amusing trick on the
Appeal to the I’re» id ent.
wonn.le.1 in a her money ami now demands an ously wounded.
Pittsburg, Jan. 13.—Pursuant to t
Mbt that xtarte<| «t » „.ntd« trial.
think they destroyed the cn-usot camion order of the general assembly of t
Boer My inpathluera Hoy rotted.
Kan Ere J"«0 M"11 "toamer arrived In
“Long Tom.” The truth is that the l'n'sbyterian church in the Uni
The Iktera in a spirit of humor have
Victoria, B. U., Jan. 11. — Indefinite Bca'rs removed the cannon and substi- States, the permanent committee on
w*to • cargo of u.nu namt'd three prison streets in Pretoria
tlist 1 ”i‘r -v
»" much as any ship “Ladysmith,” ’'Mafeking” ami “Kim charges of pro-Boer sympathy have re luted a trunk of a tree, which was temperance ha* prepared a communica
tion to President McKinley against the
h«d ever entered the Golden Gate' berley.”
sulted in the boycotting and seriour smashed by British shells.
sale of liquors in new territory, and
emtMvrraxxnK'nt of a large nuinlier ol
w.<VHTr*'"*n ""Ptons of the hone*
England cannot understand why Belgian and Swedish citixenx, who vig
Dewry'i Bounty ('Inltna.
this paper will leave Pittsburg tomor
will >,« 1
p,,n",'Hteo aaya there Bui 1er'« forces did not press a |«*ssag«' orously repudiate any treasonable con
Washington, Jan. 11.—The claim of row for Washington with a praver to
u« law at ihi l"i"" ,,f *h" *“r
on the Tugela while White was engag nection. Captain Victor Jacobsen, Admiral Dewey aud the officers and the president that he look into the mat
1 l" " ■‘'“•on of the 5(lth ooo- ing the Boers to the North.
who wax rejiorted to have originated men of his squadron for laiunty arising ter at once and give the committee
At Battle Creek, Mich., the Isvdy of the Tranxvaal ai<l campaign, had his out of the destruction of Alontojo’s fleet some recognition of its action.
•>ctetarv7f I!”' n,1,,n"1 n'lM’rt <•» ‘ha Sherman Church, a miller, wax found tine sloop tarred and scuttled at her in Manila bay was argued before the
A London dis]Mtch says that there is
*1*11011 t " •Kricultnre is a reoonttnen- wedgixl under a water wheel. The moorings last night. He and other» I court of claims today. The question
"to- hands were tied and a weight fastened are offering substantial rewards for the at issue was the total amount of the reason to believe that the Unite«!
States ami German embassies are try
Posteiol" .. ................ . ..
to the l«sg.
Isiunty to be paid. The contention of
identification of their enemies.
ing to find some common basis on
the claimants was that the force of the
Elisabeth Gladstone, agtxl 03, has
which they can co-operate in pressing
Rin» Career Kn«led*
."f th" toff generals,
their respective demands agaiust Great
New York, Jan. 11.—Terry AfcGov-
Britain « ,, 1 * ' J’1<’»g<>, xaya that H at San F'rancisc«> against Joseph Board-
Britain (or the Delagoa bay seixures.
l'rtiNulMti Dirt Opened.
‘here „ill "
‘«rmlw man, ago«l 73, for breach of promise to
Boers marry. Him sued for $500,000.
wl11 Mt t<> th^ i EL’1 M
General Schwan's column, advancing
Dixon, who bail defcnde«l it for nearly the diet today, Prince llohenlohe, ini-
Ieniiso Masset, a French governess, nine years. To save Dixon from a IH'rial chancellor, read the speech from to the south of Luxon, occupied Ninan.
wax hanged at Newgate, England, for
One American was killed and three
,h" ch‘*f ’ -»«nal
n(ll« er of he 1
'‘K’1“1 the murder of her illegitimate 3-year- knockout, Tom O’Rourke, his manager, the throne, wherein it was shown that wounded. Nine of the enemy’s dead
threw up the sponge in the eighth
*rn,v Hl1'1 t,,n well-known
old child. It is said the exiatem-e of lound, when th«' negro wax staggerini tory condition. The speech concluded were found on the field after the tight.
the child was an obstacle to a marriage
helplessly, bleeding and weak, but a» with promising the greatest possible A number of rilles were captured and
alm had in view.
attention to the interests of agriculture. several prisoners were taken.
game as a dying gladiator.
ttiumy1 l*i7t“n’ » negro, of RusseU
*t«ling ha. 1 ’ oon*!0»*’ »' chicken
•**’*oBeil by Governor
••Other ehi’fc* n,>‘ buy’ "to“1 "r
A ' <’h,cke“. «>«■ ony P-rt thereof.”
• lWt Umnl’“l“u 0,6 W*" "" »“>•»'t«d
Off U,t" mor a? ‘i!1“. wh"n “ "huffled
*’*fxl M««rT|H|f,’s U"’ ,,,,,urn''r". «»d
°na 01 th*,u
From the stomach of n woman who
died ill Indiana, a short Hine since, the
handles of ax ailver tea*|>oona were
taken, and now the stomach of a dead
child at Lebanon has turned out several
Toothache troubled a cat belonging
to James Dever, of Norristown, Pa. A
dentist extracted all her teeth and
fitted an artificial set in her jaws.
Every night, before retiring, she runs
to bar master to have her teeth re-
Nllvrr l.ovlug Cup.
RepatrlatIon of Spaniard».
Washington, Jan. 11.—The loving-
cup of silver, made of tlu mol tod
dimes collected from over 70,00t’
American citiaena, th«' majority o!
whom were children, wax presented tc
Admiral Dewey today. Th«' cup stands
nearly six feet in height, and is appro
priately inscribed. At one side was 11
largo silver-bound volume, containing
the name* of the contributors of the
limes who ha«l snlvu rilMMl to the token j
through the instrumentality of the New I
Washington, Jan. 10.—The secre
tary of war has sent to congress a re
quest for an urgent deficiency appro
priation of $750,000, to supplement the
$1 ,500,000 heretofore appropriated for
the repatriation of the S|ianish prison
ers and their families, held by the in
surgents in the Philippines, from the
islands to Spain, in accordance with
the treaty of peace,
A regiment of Iowa Dutch will join
Sold Confederate Money.
Chicago, Jan. 12.—tin the unusual
charge of dealing in confederate money,
F. Al. Davis, who conducts a general
mail-order business in Monroe street,
was arrested today by government olii-
cera and held to the federal grand jury
by United States Commissioner Hum
phrey. It is alleged that numerous
complaints have been received against
Davis for sending counterfeit money to
all parte of the country. Bills repre
senting 910,000 were found in his
place of businese.
40 tons of freight consi
eminent. These shi
elude provisions, b
for the soldiers, an
a s|>ecially cons
deck of the India
Conf rv*a«m tn «
Washington. Jan. 1
Cushman is confined to'*
and the physician who has
ing Mrs. Cushman during a
tack of scarlet fev«>r says Mr.
has developed symptoms of the
Recruits fur the Philippines.
San Francisco, Jan. 13.—The Uni
States transport Tartar sailed for Al
nila today, with 500 recruits, und
command of Colonel Freeman,
commissary stores. She also carri
30 members of the hospital corps fro
A Partial Answer.
Washington, Jan. 13.—The
of the British government to A
Choate’s representation respecting t
seixure of American Hour and o
gixxls on the three vessels, Bea tri
Mashona and Maria, has been reoeiv
Just aa the officials of the state depa
ment expected, it amounts to a
answer, very satisfactory as far as
goes, disposing of the character of aoiu
of the goods seised, but not Anally d
aiding broadly whether or not foo«l
stuffs are to be regarded as contraband