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London, March 8. — Britons feel that
Ixmdon, March 2.—The war ufflc«
they are living in the presence of
has received the billowing dispuUii
Accident Occured During a momentous events,
Tornadoes of The Senate Passed the Gov
Irom <««neral Buller:
An arid lami re*nfer«ui*e will la« held
patriotic excitement are whirling
at Halt Lak« April IN.
through the country. 1 Even the dullest
—«ieneral Dumlonabl, with the Natal
11>" Maya Indian, are giving the
soul must have been stirred by the
rurldnis*ra ami a comjxi.it« r«gim«*nt,
¿H Fito* TH K VMHKM Mesioana a hard light.
THE DOUGH EUS ( UM’ E \1 KU! NG sutere«! luvdysmlth last night. The NEAR KASSAS < |TY, M1SSOIRI emotions of yesterday, end London's
8,000,000 were raise.I to a high pitch CLAY SPOKE ON THE PHILIPPINES
country lx*tw«« u me an«! Lailysniith is
I hr Puerto Rican tariff bill Ima |iaaeed
of patriotic exultation. It was a won
reported clear of the enemjr. 1 aiu
th« houae by a vula of 172 U» I »111
derful aight. Gid men have nothing in
moving on Nelthrope."
Two *.r M«.ra l*rr.ona Were Hiir«e«l le
memory with which to compare the Puart« Klro TarlfT Kill Reported Frota
In l*r«p«r*t» Mirait«.
«•aught ilia l.ur liap at Railway IHII
day. Some liken«.I it to Lucknow,
Ihr Hou«« and V1i*de the L’n-
ami uninareifully alaughterad.
Ixmdon, March 2.—General Buller's
others talked of the fall of Sebastopol.
Tao pxraoua were killed and several
It was a time of singular abandon.
lamdon. Feb JH — Th« waroffi' « has list of casualties. His bsiw-s in the
latilly liijuri-d III a colliaiou Ix'lwceu
Kansas City, Mo., March 1.—Ths The usual oonveutionalitlea of society
Washington, March 3.—Tho bill pro-
two paaiH'iiget traina near Kausaa «Tty, r«<«lv«<l th« following dispatch from lour attempts to get Genera) White fast M. fxiuis «lay express, due to ar ceased to control and every one knew
Tiding a form of govenrment for the
mt aggregate 4,000.
rive in Kansas < ity st 5:45 this even eierylxrdy else, all joining in smiles.
l-adv.mith was in desperate straits. ing. was delayed by a freight train,
Lord Landowne chose the moment to territory of Hawaii was passed by the
I >urlng the candì
«'ronje ami all of bls I* rc« < a|*ltulat<«l, •Tmilea Williama, th«* military expert, which stuck in a suow drift two mi lee announce estimates exeoeeding £«!,- senate today without division, Cui-
< *«r«< «»», \ «-lle.liela,
unconditionally, at daylight and I. now •ays he learns on very high authority south of Independence, Mo., about 12 000,000, and rather startled the public lorn has had charge of the measure.
firrtl ai Prvsldmit
a prisoner in my « amp. The strength —presumably that of laird Wolseley— miles out of Kan-as City, The St. by unfolding the programme of the war Clay, of Georgia, delivered a carefully
of lil. force w ill I*« «-omniunl* al« «i later, that "«««neral White’s for«» was al- Is>uis local passenger train, running 40 office to send out, in addition to the preparol speech on the Philippine ques
All chan« « <4 saving any <4 the Span* I )«<q.' that her majesty'a government most at Its last gasp.”
minutes la-hind the fa-t express, came 80,000 troops now afloat, 56,000 fresh tion. He favored the adoption of the
"Thia ia not so rnoih,” .av. Mr. on through the blinding snow storm soldiers. Lord Roberta will ultimately Bacon resolution declaring it to lie the
l«h armortMl eriil«rr« «unk off .santiago will <-onal«l«r thia «-vent aat'.fai Uiry,
(Ireva*n, former |a*.t*
policy of the United States to turnover
I hu <'riaUitjal ( xj I uia hu« <a*«*urrilig a. it dix’S un the auuKiriury Williams, "ou account ol any lack of ami crashed into the express train have a force of 250,000.
njita. dl«*l iu I'hllailal* • li«l Into <b*<*p wat<*r
the islands to the Filipinos as soon as a
provision, or of ammunition, neither ahead, the engineer having failed in
>f which Is yet «zhau.ted, as because the driving snow to see the danger sig the construction of 224 new guns from ■table government could be established
Ihr iCtiMlan pn*M I« rlamorlng for
MASSING AN ARMY.
fa« Pittsburg tin plate works have liiU’rvvnti«iii
the poisonous waters of the Klip nal which the fast train had sent back three-pounders to 12-inch guns.
Of by them under the protection of this
Ibry <M>ntrnf| It I« titne
river ami the evil effects «if the heat ou
rasamsd oprratmua. giving employ* to « n«l ihr ni«M>t Infaiii'HiM war England
The parlor car in the rear of the first these, 140 are to tie naval guna. country. At the instance of Forakerk
Bocri Are (Otirrnl rating al It I <»r m f«»n -
tlie terrain in which the garriaon must train was literally cut in two. When Already 25,000 workmen are employed the Puerto Rico tariff bill was made
■unit to 1.000 workingmen.
haa aver wag«M| through luat for gold.
the unfinished business, and will be
reside. Even those who have escaped
Dr. A Wright, <•( Buffalo, iiresident
Isorvlon, Fab. 2M —Tit* lloer« nr« fever, dyaentery ami diarrhoea are in a Engineer Frank Raymond and his fire at the arsenal, and 3,000 more will lie considered as soon as the conference re
Ihr groat« »t fire Newark, N. J., aver
o! th« Amen* an Institute of Hoiueo* rip’rii'ip t «I »wept thnaigh the retail ««•rinbHtig nn nrni v n«*ar Bloeinfonteiu,
•late of low vitality. They can still crawled out through the windows of the more troops and to increase the borne port on the financial bill shall have
path., la dead, sge«l 74 years.
dry g<MNH|« district, destroying m ««‘ore with which to (iiNputv th« iu\a«i<>u u! man trench« am! would probably hold parlor car. Fire added to the horrors armament meet with universal ap been disposed of.
lira 111 Montreal d«.tr<iyad the of bull fing«, « 4u«iug a Io«« ol f 1,0UU,- !>>rd KolN*rt«s
their own against a last deajierate aa-
I’h»« intelli|f«’n<vi rcjfiet from l>iw- | xault, hut they < an initiate nothing. of the wreck, coals from the furnace of proval.
The Democrats scored their first
Th«stri iram als aud nearly an entire ÜU0.
The Boers seem to have gotten quite victory of the session in the house to
torin Ly way of Lareuco Mnniua*«. Tlx < o*neral Buller now knows that. a. the shattered engine having fallen
Mock, causiug a loaa ol $l00.<MW.
Ihn Hwrliah mail «truoirr Beg
ciamiiiiinclo« nre (!ehuriU«<| n« “hit»telling units, th« regiments will la, of no iim >
day on the motion to take up the con
t'atii 'lt* • III Nrw York are •caking atmnded «>fT Igohtnergui laland, off the
Van tested election case of Aldrich-Robbins,
frtifn nil quartern of the two repub to him for months. The water of Klip and soon the whole wreck was ablaze. losing a gun or their baggage.
th. privll«.**! **l leacblug their religion coast «4 ifwrinanv, during m log
Five lic« ’* NO vMthnnte in tnatle of th«*ir
Two or more persons, it is l-elieved Keenan’s Pass is only about 20 miles
from the Fourth Alabama district. On
river 1. not availatilr for drinking, and
la th« publl* »* h'.ds al certain hours. ■t««w«nlrRM 's ws-rr drowned in attempt
The enemy had two seperate votes, the Democrats, with
iHinibrr«, but the withdrawal <4 the to lx.il It is inijxm.ible, Ix-cauae of the were burned. A list of the dead and from Ladysmith.
The I'nlte-I «Ute. government will
jUtrrn Iron» ino«t of the place« where s« arcity of fuel. It la thick with pu
the aid of two Republicans, Mondell
proljably both railroads in retreating, (Wyo.), and H. C. Smith (Mich.),
tratl-l mail. an*l wli.ro« and 2,400
< srn« r«l Milrs
m that <’rnnje’a «tir* they hate I hm ’U in contact with the
Mrs. J G. Schmidlapp, Cincinnati, sending the heavy pieces to Pretoria
mi I m <>! t.degrai h hue tills year la render I« n««t n sertoua injury U> the Briliah. eicept the district near landy-
has a sueJK'iided titter, Homething like instantly killed, Ixxly recovered; un and the lighter ones into the Free State. beat the Republicans on the question
IU m - f chum *
Hr riprewMMl admiration mnith, may mine th«* reninting force to la*ef tea
of the consideration.
It is caused by tile aewage known woman, Ixsly consumed in
Dr. Leeds says that General Joubert was made to consider the Loud bill re
|mtrioUi who «Uiod off fur Ho.ooo men. Thin figure anmimvn thnt Irom the lioer camps.”
Pugtllat Turn Hliarkcy threatens I« f<»r th«*
The injured are:
J. G. is assembling 50,000 men at Wtnburg, lating to second-class mail matter on
H) da va uo.ooo of th» Britlah army.
the Borm hmw lietwecu
uul«*a Im can ar-
retire Iron« th** ring
Schmidlapp, Cincinnati, will recover; 70 miles northeast of Bloemfontein. March 20. A bill was passed to grant
THE MAYA REBELLION.
l*>n l urry, one <>f th» train robliara U<M) men in the field.
rang« • match With FHMImUI**US Of
Miss Schmidlapp, Cincinnati, scalded, Colonel Albrecht, according to a dis
The gathering <4 thin army nur**•
an American register to the ship Wind
engaged ill the Wlhei, \\ y-
will lose sight of both eyes; Mrs. J. patch from J’aardeberg, affirms tila! ward, in which Lieutenant Peary will
Mrilmn Indian« and
Tho Vailed Mat,-* supreme court I <>mlng, hohl up on the Union Pacific cance to General Cnmje’n pteMflbint de
in a Battle,
make an attempt to reach the North
ha> <lenle<! the application of Captain la«t June, when something like f.in,- fense. If»* haa engaged the corj* of
Schmidlapp, badly scalded, eyesight
Chirago, March 2.—A special to the
lost, may recover; W. A. Vaughn, Cin
oh rlln Carter to tiling his case InU
by officer« m ar kan«a« City while re- lx>rd KolM*rtM for lo dnyn, nn*l linn given Record from Oaxaca. Mexico, says:
TRAIN ROBBERS KILLED.
time for the <hnp«*riH*<l Boer fn< ti<>iin to
lufonuatl'in has reach««I the military
Chicago Woman Find« She will Soon
I alating arrewf.
The Inter.tate <'oiiituer.-e ('«iinmls*
Be Worth Much Money.
get together and to prr|«are p«»*iti<>nn to authorities here of desperate fighting and right arm crushed, amputation
Shot by OtSr.r« While Resisting Ar-
Two mm who have arrived at Ana* recel*« the advance of the British when between th«* governmet troops and the necessary; L. F. Sheldon, Sedalia, as
■lou'a awuiou at Norfolk, Neb., I. lines
Chicago, March 8.— Mrs. D. B. Ten
sistant sujieiintendent of telegrsaph of
llgallng alleged di., rlmliuiUou Iu helm. < al , from the Santiago moun Lord Kolndt« mo\e« forwnr l.
Maya Indians during the last seven
days. The fighting Is-guu on February
Brakeman Frank McAfee, St. Lx*uis, information yesterday that she will re Curry, one of the train robbers who was
«arthtpiak«' »h« «k« in tin* arc I ion aime
SPOKE AGAINST QUAY.
In L'lnton, the Grand theater, where laot i hrl«tm««. No ser loua damage i«
badly bruised; Mrs. Elizabeth Lee, ceive probably one-fifth of an estate engaged in the Wilcox, Wyo., holdup
valued at more than 120,000,000, left
llrnry Inmg and ollie, a* tore have known to have l«evn d<me, a« lh«*rv arv Turley Itrgan the Formal Deb«!» In lb« attacked a regiment of General Brave's Cincinnati, scalded.
on the Union Pacific last June, when
troops tx tween Saban au«l Okop. The
hs-ii in the habit of G'ginnltig provin low habitation* there.
All of the iujured have l>e«*n bronght by her uncle, who died 12 years ago in something like $80,000 was secured,
cial t«>ur., w*. gullr-l by Ore.
to the University hospital iu Kansas
Washington, F<*b. 2M.—Formal dii*
was shot and killed by officers near
At a in«*t4 trig in San Franciaoo, a
ill but slight losses to the government
According to the story told by ] Mrs.
Admiral !>ew«y I*,st bl. prla« money plan «»( organisation ha« I mm « ii agriad rtiMioii of th«* right of Senator Quay to forces. Five soldiers were killed and City.
Here this morning while resisting
William Rost, a farmer near whose Ten Eycke, the uncle’s name a *f arrest.
ran*, the court «4 claims d . Idlug th.I u|««n by the promoter« <4 the I’a« ilio a aaat in th«* »* nate an a mem I »rr from two officere and 15 soldiers wounded.
the spsnlOi fleet in Manila l*av was ( ommeruial 'I hmhiih , All n»inmrri’lal Peiimiyh auia wm * ¡««gun today l>y The Indiana retreated to their intrench* place the wreck occurred nn«l w ho was
Curry was visiting the home of his
one of the first V* render any assistance not heard from him in years, and had aunt and consin, Mrs. Bob Lee and
Turley, of Tunn»«*«**. lie presented a
n> t >up>-ri< r tu th» Auivrtcao. He a as
«>11 thi««oa«t ha\e I h 'I’I i asked
metits, carrying with them over 100
P> the imperiled |iasseng«as, is quite
coiiBtitut ioual anniment ngMln*t th«
Miss Lizzie Lee, in the country, 10
killed ami wounded.
to request their « ongremamm ami aeua-
sure that at least three women were wealth, until some time after his miles south of Kansas City, and had
T«*n <•! th» b’Adlng chain works in U«r« U> «u|»|«irt the pending bill to ap*
On the following day another brisk
buiu<-d in th«* wreck. When he reached
been there a week.
the t'uiti«! tat*-« will l*e < >ml*lu«*d |iropriate 3'.*00,(MM) for a public mu attention by in«« colleague*.
skirmish was brought stout by an ad-
the car. flames were crackling through estate began to look up the rightful assistant superintendent of the Pinker
conclude hi* speech tomorrow,
snd O|*rmtit>u «'«•ntinutHl
uiider th« seum at rhila«lel|>hia.
rance«! detachment of governmeut
the splintered wixxiwork of the car at
«(deration of tie* Hawaiian government
ton office at San Francisco, discovered
tnsnit^rtumt «4 tbr MAnlurl Uhaia
The Puerto Bican o<>mpn>mi»r bill ia bill brought out a lively diiM'tifwion I*** triMipa attempting to reconmuter the one end , while at the other end a end lett no will, Therefore the whole Logan at Cripple Creek, Colo., two
tu «i|M*rate two year«
cloud of blistering steam was issuing
tween I lllmnii and Spooner, in which
weeks ago, but lost him, and finally
cans were kill«*«! iu that fight. On
brothers and sisters, five in number.
Full |«>Hi*r« hsvc bc«rn itrnnt»«! to
laird KolN’rt«* « ivmaltir« nt Pnarde- the former adiiiitt««<l that ballot let»« I. riiary 2J a force of fully I.L’m) from the locomotive, which had ripped Three of these live in New York and traced him to Kansas City, where he
llrnry I. Wll«<»n( I' hi (« m | btalm min* ta’rg. wrr. 721, in one day«* fighting.
had Inn’ll ntutfe<l and negro«« had Inn ll Mayas attacked the <>ut|s*atsof the gov- the coach <qx*u from end to end. < in
appears to have arrived February 18.
i«br to (’hill. U» siuu m treaty <4 »itra*
every side were men anti women cry- the other two in Chicago. They are: Yesterday Logan was located at the
allot down in the South to inaiutaiu
Profit* of th» Kimlierley Diamond
ernment troops, ami after driving in
Mrs. D. B. Ten Eycke and John Wan
ditloti l»n h ia n« ^otiut«M| uith the
An amendment tlx* sentries, a desjienite attack was ing for assistance.
Lee home, and early this morning
Mining < ompany U«t year were ♦ 10. ■
Mr. Rost’s first act was to pull (nun dell, a retired Chicago & Northwestern three local detectives and three Pinker
van maslr to the bill Mriikng out tha
ma*le on th« intreuchmenta. The In
the wreck a woman whose legs were
property qualification of voters for inem*
tons, including Sayers, surround»! the
An (>l<i Maili«* conventl<»n wms h»l<l
Several years ago a brother of Mrs.
Ifrmo* rati«* olfierm for minor •lata Lem of tho legislature, but little other dians were aim«*d with Krag-Jorgen sticking out through a broken window.
house an*i called on him to surrender.
it<)iiwvl, I'* |*rl«r>n were awartSnl
sens. which they had obtained irom
She was not l*adly hurt. By the time Ten Eycke, who lived in New York, Instead, Curry darted out of the rear
far th« oldr«t, tlm handrotneal, th» off)era in Kentucky have been given pn>gr«*N wan made.
this had l*eeu accomplished, other pas
door, pistol in hand. As he reached
naalh«t *U<| the tallest niMhlrns that certificat« «
the Mexh'an camp. Several pieces of
obtained papers from Roualer Wan*
Tha general <lel>ate upon tha Puerto light artillery were brought iu to use sengers from the forward coaches had dell's former housekeeper, by means of the gate and turned to fire, a volley
itirndvd tin« <i»ni«nti<in.
Evansville, Ind , people are heirs to
<nuie back and hel[»*<l out all of those
from the detectives caused him to
A boiler in the I'ullinntj Lumlirr an estate in the hiji i«laud*, valued at Rican tariff lull was Unlay extended by the Mexicans, and the rebels were
in the burning car who could be which he purposed having the property waver. He ran 150 yards across the road
Conpaoy** Ssminill. st B ii B iiimu . Ark .
Iriven back. Their loaaea are lielieved reached.
transferred to himself and his brothers
and into a cornfield before b-
tl|>l<*l<Mll killing *ig men.
P. I) Armour, Jr., who di««>l ie«rnt- tered in the conferences which Were to Is* heavy. Ten soldiers were wound
Mr. Rost states that he saw the body ami sisters. He had almost concluded When the detectives reached b.-a ‘JU
Colonel W s King, ax *<'4>nu*re««tiian Iv In Pa*ii«leiia, Cal., left an estate and th« disxentiiig Republicans in their
of one woman jaiiunel in the roof of
was breathing his la-t.
The Indians have established their
terday Mrs. Ten Eycke knew nothing
•nd a nalii'iial nhara«-t«r for the |>asl valued at fH.OOO.OOO.
efforts to compromise their <lifferv*nc«*s main camp in an almost impregnable the burning coach, and that it was not of the progress in the case. Mrs. Ten bullet woun«i through his head. ’4*kl
40yean, died st Minn«a|xills.
Several K loiidikrr« were arrested in M th<* bill.
reached by the rescuers.
revolver was still clutched in his hand.
forest. The rels-1« have fn*e communi
The l*ody of another woman was con Eycke is of middle age and has a Curry was placed in a wagon and
Northern Ohio la in the throee of a r.aquimalt fortifications, under the lw-
1‘rnnty h anln T<»wn on Fire.
sumed in full view of the passengers
brought to the morgue in Kansas City.
fen« bliusr i. Trains on the trunk lief that they were spica.
Pittsburg, Fell. 28.—At 1 o'clock luras. who are said to be in sympathy who gathered alaiut the wrexk. Mr.
lln.-e. reqa*. tally vv, ,t l»uud. were de
Astoria. < >r , physician« urge the |»eo-
EMPLOYED REBELS* TACTICS.
Rebels Seeking Funds.
Rost au«l others tried V* drag her out.
pl» t«> eiterminatv the rat* in order tu this nmrnitig tiro was disi'overed in
Wilson's billianl hall. Main street,
New York. March 3.—A dispatch to
but she was pinned uuder heavy wreck American Force Ambushed and Killed
l>e.|sr.it«' engagement la'twceu Ilia keep out the bill*>nic plague.
«Tarion. I'a . and in a short time an
the Herald from Madrid says:
New York, March 2.—A fierce fire age. Mr. Kost says the young woman
Hnti»h an«l Boers north of the Tngela
Ju«t IU year*» after the Boer victory entire block of business building« was
Filipino junta here says that a special
result.«1 in th« English being twice re- at Mu Juki hill, <'ron je and 4,000 men di*«tn*yed. The low is estimated at broke out at midnight in a tenement her hand and there was no response to
son, with the Thirty-eighth infantry, envoy from Aguinaldo will arrive in
aurri u«l«*r to the Britodi force*.
Si50.000. Judge W. W. Barr, the at 1891 Third avenue. The police and his efforts at rescue.
employing the insurgents’ own tactics, Paris in March, and will go thence to
The German steamer Admits! haa
The trnn*«|rtirt Hancock ha* airive<l oldest inhabitant and a |>rom>n< ut poli
has ambushed the enemy near Batan- London and Berlin to seek funds for
• rrl\r.| at |.,lir, ,,, ,, Marques with I 10 at san I raiieiaco from Manila, with tician. drop|a*d dead from excitement. and after the fury of the flames had
Through spies. Colonel Anderson the continuation of the struggle against
The aater pip<M are frozen.
At 4 been spent the bodies of three children
paarnngere, mostly Germana, wla> will the l>odir* of 606 dead hvn»es.
that a detachment of insurgents American supremacy. It is declared
wen* found in the ruins. They were
j”iu the Bucr force*.
The president hn« nominated Henry o'clock this morning tlx* lire was still the children of Edward Friedner, who Three Mure Deaths at Honolulu Con would pass a certain road. He posted that guerrilla warfare will be continued
Th« Ja|mii«M< ininhtrr to the United B Miller, of Josephine county. Or., to raging and not under control.
his soldiers, concealed among the trees sod it is hinted that assurances of
dition at Hilo.
was being piled up in huge piles, Mini live«! on the top floor of the buildiug.
lining the road, and when the enemy money to continue the fight have lieen
■ tat«., Jutaro Koniura, haa I hm * u noli- be coihu I al Chung King, China.
A dozen or more people were rescued
the Americans volleyed, kill received from Europe.
r 'V « ¡ibl* from J mjmiii of hia appoint»
The British intelligence department of tile lire. Huge Isuitlrea were lit at in a semiconscious or unconscious con «temner Australia arrive«! from Hono
wounding St) and
“"■nt a. mini.t-r to Ruaaia.
rreach Cannon Factory Hurned.
all lire plugs, but at late rejairts the
lulu t.xlny. She brings news that after
Some arms and
A young dentist of N«w York city ill.NfiJ. while England lias over 1K0. water bad not thawed out. The near valorous service, entering the burning 12 «lays had pas«e<l without a sign of capturing several.
Le Creusote, France, March 8.—Fire
’ >"( th« wife of the man who la-friend- 0(M) men.
est town is Eilenburg, 10 miles away, building
The broke out yesterday even
the third floor, overcome by plague, three canes were discovered on of this ulow has been salutary.
Ilin and tlmn committed suicide,
famous cannon factory
Prince Poniatowski, of Nnn Fran mid theie is no poasibility of getting ping on His comrades carried him out February 12, and all ended fatally. enemy iu that locality are dismayed.
«•i ousy was Die chum * of the crim».
Boers obtained their
cisco, has pu rebate« I tha inland of B mk Í- help there.
unconscious and he was sent to the The victims wsre two Chinese, males,
Ambushed by Rebels.
Toins.” Two enormous
The I'latteville Powder mills, Plat- I hii , one of the Philippine)!, for $500,-
and a woman, half Chinese and half
►'.*11 llewx a slian.
hnilla, Wi. , v.-;
Manila, March 3.—One hundred in taiuing gun materials, itnsRe «rjV
by an ex- 000. The islnn«l is xh I uh LI u for it*
Another jioliceman carried out a 5- Hawaiian. The council has appropri surgents, seven miles from San Fer number of artillery models, were de
Scranton, Pa., Feb. 28—Four men
plxsion, killing three men am! bad ly (icari llsbvri«*s and hemp trade.
were kill«*d this morning in the Mount year-old boy who was found almost board of health to carry on the work of nando, anibushe«! It) men of the Third stroyed. The losses are estimated at
'"luring on.*, Several buildings wert
The Baldwin l*»comotive Work* of
I'lvasant mine by the breaking of a dead oil the third floor.
cavalry who were escorting a provision nearly 1,000,000 francs.
fighting the plague.
Philadelphia, haa received an order mine carriage. The kill«*d are:
Consul Haywood, who has returned train. The Americans were scattered number of workmen have lieen thrown
By S ih ml I Majority.
A st.-amer ia*li„vr(1
u,„ Cali- flxsmi tile I ‘ hi i* Ä Oilean* railway of liain Gilla<rt, Thomas Williams, Johu
and while returning to camp one man out of employment.
'"Hilan, of the A|t Ian line, la ashore off Frame, for 80 10-wheel paaaenger Rogan and I* rank Wmidward The men
Washington, March 2.—The battle from a visit to Hilo, reports conditions was killed. The insurgents captured
When Merritt Retiree.
William, •> Portland, (Me. ) harbor. engines. T Ilia is the first locomotive wen* descending on the mine carriage royal over tho Puerto Rican tariff bill there as being satisfactory. Precau (our horses and a quantity of provisions.
tionary measures have been taken re
l»<ien with "grail’», contract ever placoil by tho railway iu b* the sixth vein.
Washington, March 3.— Major Gen
When it reached ended in th«* house today in a sweeping garding the shipments of sugar. Con
•»und for Liverpool.
the fifth vein tho carriage, which was v ictory for the Republicans. The bill
KrligioiiR <'ontrov«r«y in Philippines. eral John R. Brooke, who has been it*
The Chamber of Commerce of San going down at a rapid rate, struck an was amended as agreed upon at the sul Haywood reports no undue excite
Victoria, March 3.— A Hong Kong this city since his recent detachment
‘“‘■'•bago, ont) machinists employe«!
Francis«*«*, bus ap|s>inte«l a committee adjustable shelf, which wax left pro couterence of Republicans Monday
correspondent, according to advices re from duty as governor general of Cuba,
’X «•rnz.-r * «'halm«ra and Croley *
to consider the ivlvisability of estab jecting, breaking the bottom of ths night so as to reduce tho tariff from 25
ceived by the steamship Breconshire, baa lieen delegated for the military de
"I1 14 *,ril*"* ",l »'•«•ouilt of the lishing a branch of the New York carriage ami dropping the men to the to 15 per cent of the American tariff, the plague and lairtiona of the town
partment of the East, with headquarters
which were iu a very unsanitary condi writes from Manila that a religious
r«*i*<k"i "' !i"hI
their employee to Amerlean-Asiatic Association, the pur-
The chauge in that
pit 75 feet lielow. Gilbert and Kogau and limiting its life to two years, mid tion are being cleaned,.
controversy is existing theie over at New York.
f«e<>gillxH the union.
pom* of which is to increase trade with were killml instantly, while Williams was passed by a vote of 172 yeas to 101
command will not occur until June
President Dole has received a dis shadowing the insurrection and the
next, when Ma>r General Wesley Mer
1'511^ 1,11 ,lv*'
the new the < irient.
and Woodward liveil only a short time. uoes.
patch from Secretary Hay approving plague. The main point of the trouble
ritt will retire. General Brooke was
The C«lltornl«n 1« Doomed.
the scheme for the appointment of a
’sl«« i -d
<*hlr*f<> Summer Resort Burned.
Ohio I L *'.ry Hr,': *'u*lg« Taft, of Fraiii isco from Honolulu. She brings
Port bi n<l. Me., March 1.—The Allan committee to determine the losses sus the provinces on the old basis, as under offered his choice of the commands of
Chicago, Feb. 28.—Frans Thtel- line steamer Californian, which went tained by sufferers from the great tire. the Sjatnish rule. The trouble began the department of the lakes and the
II (' i ' i " ' " r‘k’ht, of Tennessee; news that after 12 days had passed
wl'1"* <>' Vermont, au.l Dean without a sign of plague, throe cases mnnn’s summer garden, with ita palm on the n»ekH off Kam inland ledge Sun President Dole will appoint the com with the publication of an allgeged in department of the East, aud expressed
W,,r,e"i"r. of Mi. higim.
were discover««! oil February 12, and house, stage and other buildings, and day morning, wan found to have 26 feet mission in a few days.
terview with Archbishop Uhapelle, tele his preference for the latter assignment
all endoil fatally. Tim victims were the broad aweep of water pavillion of water in her hold today, and it waa
h. ,'?"' Ç!*«"" *” '"'IU continues
to a Madrid paper. The inter General Merritt’s retirement will re
virn- two Chinese, males, and a woman,
secured by a Manila paper, sult in the promotion of Brigadier Gen
hay 'eit. ,re *"r" r>H8 victims in Bom- half Chinese and half Hawaiian. The
with its being telegraphed. eral E. 8. Otis (major general United
the harbor, is believed to la* safe, llei
try 1« ú',r,."K
",,”*h ending Febrn- council has ap]*ro|>riated another $100,-
It raised a storm. States volunteers), commanding the
owing to the rough wea, had remained captain ami a crew were taken ont to
1 ',I*O,M,*','M> people affect- 1HH) to allow tlm Ixuird of health to
evenings, burned early t.wlav.
The on Iwiard, were safely removed by the her in a tug. and tow have the vessel Petitions came in fast, and many dele military forces in the Philippines, to
Mt) in ,
"«ly alauit 4,<)()(),- carry on tho work of lighting the loaa was $5(1,000; insurance $0,000.
the grade of major geueral in the regu
gations interviewed General Otis.
«tcanier Forest Queen today.
jf the World.
''áu'i" L.',""' ",
Joulairt Opp«,.«* Buller with more
Women sailors uro employed in Hen
birthday anni- mark, Norway and Finland.
Reports from 45 colleges show dis
'm’tchanta lire not couraging religious conditions in hut
Braith-Tucker says God uses America
as n connecting link la-tween other
Thomas Yates, of Toledo, t)., is the
0 > has ?, K" 1 ' ,,wl,,D*« oí Akron, only living American who took part in
•«wof i . k 7’",‘,"1 ,*" u ‘“y wlth 80 the charge of the Light brigade at
WwwtX*“" " *
i. SÄÄ........ . -
Doer General Given Up Un
Th. riata Work. Raaama.
Fsrlh«|iiake In Nevada.
To IncrrMHA Orlriit*! Trade.
Pittalinrg, Feb. 28.—The Mononga
hela Tin Plate Works and the Star Tin
Plate Works, both owned by the
American Tin Plate Company, which
have been closed two months, resumed
The two employ
Winnemucca, Nev., March 2. — An
earthquake shock visited thia section
at 1:85 P. M. It was especially
noticed in the court house, The earth
rocked sufficient to startle every one in
San Francisco, March 1.—The Cham
ber of Commerce of thia city has ap
pointed a committee to consider the
advisability of establishing here a
branch of the New York Ameiican-
Asiatio Association, the purpose of
which il to increase trade with the
Richard Hovey I. Head.
Feb. 28. — Richard
Hovey, the |M>et, professor of English
literature in Barnard College, is (lead
in this oity of apoplexy, aged 35 years.
Charged With •«Bucket Shopping.**
Chicago. March 3.—Three prominent
mein bem of the Chicago Board of Trade
were thin afternoon arrested by federal
authorities on the charge of “bucket
shopping.” The men taken into cus
tody are: James Niool, first vice-presi
dent of the Board of Trade; Henry O.
Relight a rhillpplns Istanti.
Parker and C. A. Whynland, president
Pittstleld, Maas., March 1.—The
the firm of C. A. Whynland <fc Com
Island of Basilan, in the Philippines,
is rejiorted to have been purchased by States in continuous service is Horatio pany. All of them are charged with
Prince Poniatowski, of San Francisco, J. Sprague, who became cousul at Gib using the mails to defraud, in collusion
with the firm of McLain Brother^.
niter in 1848.
I.ate Winter Storm«.
8t. Louis, March 3.—Every railroad
running into the city, especially from
the West, is suffering as the result of
the heavy fall ol snow in the Missis
sippi valley during the past two days.
In St. Louis the streets are deeply cov
ered with snow, and traffic is much
New York, March 8. —Reports from
all interior points in the state indicate
the worst snow storm in many year*
Tbs blissard weather is general.