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Ths United Statu. la organising a
< 'bin««« »|u«»lrou
M«tliii«u uu<*iipi«<l Iloshof, on the
Epitoine of the Telegraphic WAV |E> Mafukiug
Six House* Were Carried
NfWH of the World.
Illinois river Is
Away at Sandon, B.C.
Il Is «Mi«| io
Chi« *g<»<|ialting« i-aiml
I lie bouse Ailoptotl the eonfer«D<Mi
TEK-SU H» KS FROM TIIK WIKKN n»|«»rt on the vurraucy bill by « vote ONE PI RSOX KILLED, FOI R HIRT
I ui I mi to 120.
fomflou. March lfl —Tlx-following is
lb« text of Lord KoLarts' dispatch U>
tha war offii-a, auuouuelug his occupa
tion of Bloemfontein:
"Bloemfontein, March 16.—By th«
help of God and by the lira very of her
majesty’s soldiers, the trvx*|*s under mv
command bav« taken poMassion of
llloMufoutaiii. The British flag now
flies over the presidency, evacuated laal
evening by Mr. Hteyu, late preslileut of
the orange Free Mate.
member ot th.- late exe*-utive g-ivern-
inciit; tbe mayor, the »e< r*-tarv of the
late governor, the landro.t and other
official, met me two mile» from the
town aud presented me with the keys
ot the public offices.
"The em-uiy ba» withdrawn from the
nelghlx*ib<x*d, and all seems quiet.
1 he inhabitants of Bloemfontein gave
tbe troo|*s a cordial welcome.”
Washington, March 17.—"I
I JOUBERT TOO LATE
United States Offers to Act
ator »avs I told him 1 should not speak Boer Commander Was Hurry
on this subject, he does not state the
ing to Bloemfontein.
This was the sensational retort made
AT ItEQIEST OF BOER REPUBLICS in the senate today by Gallinger, to a
statement just mails by Penruee. Sen HE FOUND THE RAILWAY CUT
ator« were astonished and the auditors
Geuvr«l < r»inje end th« remainder of
>n iHl.r«11“« «’••II.*’*""
the l*a«rd«’burg prisoner« will I m » taken All linai«- «■* th. taeaAlan l-mlll.
I.orti Mallabury Courteously fieriinerl in the galleries quivered with excite
th. !<••• ll.ml.eh.re» rr...«I.A
to Nt. llelvhM
llxx.ghl 1« . stop Flood, un
ment. There had scarcely l*een the Uera.r. Cro...d th. Orang. River .ng
the Airi I'ruflTared by Am
lu . < oi»<l»u..’l reus.
Occupied Hethulle — Southern Free
slightest intimation that the debate
Kalh«r then Imve it » Mptur«*»l by the
Mista Clear of Boera.
British, the Boers will res* Johannes*
John Z l oti". **»•• «ctor. dici In i burg to
March U.—A upacUl
London, March 15.—The United had under discussion the bill appro-
London, March 17. — It appears that
Hrixiklyn. «g«! ,,i >«•*'••
States government, at the request of priatiug 12,095,U00 for the benefit of
!hr r>uth annimraary of the Idrth of to tli«’ Tribun« from Handon, H.
when Major Weeton cut the railway
President Kruger and President Steyn, the people of Puerto Rico.
The l'tlliod Mate»
e»tal*ll»h a King l|iiuilM»r I, was appropriately cel announces that a fatal Imidwli«!« I OU-
Fairbanks north of Bloemfontein, be thereby in
cur red in that town la»t night.
has offered to the British government bad just concluded some remarks on
•■aria*«, llawall ebrated throughout Italy.
tercepted General Joubert, who, far
H-aldi-nee. were curried away, one par-
the measure, and suggest«*I that the fiom having retired from the oampaign,
General Kohl>e haw l>een appoinUxi son was killed and four injured,
Han I rsn-ha» bada casso! gwtiu-
of bringing a!>out pe»< e tn South Africa. aeuate proceed to the consideration of
was then coming southward with 8,000
In* bulonlc |d»gui’ Chlualown is U> governor i>t Mitay province, i«uaon. llam S. M< I xmh I, of South < iranvHlu,
United Mates charge d'affaires, executive business. Pending a motion
! 11« nip ports have Bren upftued.
men, presumably to sii|*eriuteud the de
I m i lesucl up.
Prince Edward's island, whs killed,
Henry White, saw Lord Salisbury at to that effect, Penrose who has charge fense. Elaliorate defense works three
i<ord KoBrrts* forces hate occupied and his laxlv was found under th«
The <’lim»m*n «I Philadelphia have
tbe foreign office this evening and re of the case of ex-Senator Quay, suggest
miles long had l*een prepared outside
TELLER AND TURNER.
¡P,| lo l and together for the pur- Bloemfontein, sod KiooiisUdt will I m » ruins l>y a rescue ¡airly th« aume «ven-
ceived the formal reply from the Brit- ed that a time be fixed for a vote on the
the town. No Boer wounded were left
( the Fr«M» State*» M*at of government.
The injured are:
Mrs. W. Nash,
i»b government, declining the H'xxi case. In the course of his remarks he in Bloemfontein.
When asked the
Took (Ipposlls Hlaud. on th» Kipanaloo
offices of the United States in regard intimated that certain senators were
Jainrili Nitiith, provident <»f th® Mrs W. Fugg, Miss Fogg and William
Hfteen |i«rwm«. tiie majority of
reason by Lord Rolierts, Mr. Frazei
whom were child ran, perished lu a Inlt’graph« r«' I'olon an l uii inventor
Washington, March lfl.—Two argu White and Salisbury was very brief, throwing olataclea in the way of a vote replied: "The burghers do not like
Nu 1 ml tin at Vntirou t rr.
teiMunxiit house tire al Sewaik. N. J of telegraphic devioee, died at hi"
fish, and would not care to go to Caps
were presented to the senate to the premier confining himself to a and indicated that Gallinger was ot
Vancouver, B. C., March 14. — No
In Chicago while plaviug with a re homo in Sew York, aged tjy. e
day tn which almost antipodal post- courteous verbal declination, without of these senators.
Gallinger quietly replied that he de
Montague White's threat, in at
volver s ; rear old l*>v »hoi his mother
I lie Armstrong Steel Work», nt Flint. overland train ha. arrived here »lne tious were taken by two senators. entering into details.
Saturday, all traffic In-lug »u-|.« Ini by
sired to be heard on the question, but American newspaper, that tbe Been
In the ahlomeu The wv.uud will Mich . burnnd a ith a I oan e»tlmatc«i
Teller, of Colorado, in a brief »ppeei-h,
<foldi-n»' brewery and
maintained that tbe constitution could THE FIGHT AT DRIEFONTEIN. had not had an opportunity to speak. will sack Johannesburg, and raze it to
prove 1st» I.
Heavy »now slide, are reported hoiu the
To his statement Penrose retorted that the ground, if necessary, is not taken
m * I works,
not extend over territory acquired by
Living lVln*low, »eerwtary of tbe
Selkirk mountains, carrying down
tbe New Hampshire senator had assured very seriously.
Hoeri Mtubburnly Contented Kvery Foot
Anti Imperiali»! Mague, says that the
trees and Imiiirn»* rocks and »weeping
him he did not expect to speak on the statement that President Kruger has
I'ntrlck I gnu. eg-niiniider to (’hili, away the cut bank truss bridge 150 fr«<t V. aahiugte-n,
suit*«'|-all»lo*l vote Will lie l-etarel*
Free State, Quay case. Instantly Gallinger was already been warned as to the conse
and e< prreldrut of the lri«h \ati»»n»l long lu-taeeu Bear creek and Nix-Mlle that the constitution embraced the ac
2,00».ooo and 8,000.000.
yester on hie feet, and with evident feeling quence of such conduct is regarded aa
Delayed ¡«»»engera will «o
Walls Walla. Wash , veterana <d the Fe<lerati«»u. has written a letter lu creek.
from and with great vehemence, replied ae showing that sufficient precaution has
fluanlah-Amen.an «ar .xmiemplal« or ehich hn *a\« that H.’» ¡>er cent of the through tomorrow, tramderring at th- leller held that this government could Poplar Grove V* this place was marked above quoted.
break in the line.
ganising a <amp to la. named alter Irish people dislike Queen Victoria.
"1 don’t know whether I don't »¡eak
By the time Lord Rolierts reaches the
make the outlying territory into states by the most severe engagements since
Fl «■<»<!• «»it \fliirriiitrr Inland,
At I’ri« «’, I tah, Indian Agent Myton,
<,«neral Henry W . Lawton.
or could bold it as colouies, a* it saw crossing the Molder river. The Boers the truth,” hotly replied Penrose, "or Vaal river he will command some 80,-
Nanaimo, II. <’., March 14.—Condi fit. while Turner maintained that the stubbornly contested every foot of whether the senator from New Hamp 000 men, while General Buller will
Itami, pro»ldenl of thr )«MRn«*d ;ou,<><»•» acr«’» of govrnment lain!
have 40,000. From the military point
Itami Ihill t 'oiiqeiny, an-1 troaeurrr of • n the 1'intah rcaervntiun to Eastern tion» here ar« serious, owing to the i'uited States could not hold colonies ground, only fleeing at dusk, when Rob shire failed to tell me the truth.”
Gallinger retorted that the whole of view the critics now think there is
tbe latini A Itami Powder l'<uu|«uy. l*tah d<H kmastern. The Ira»«*" run five wind and rain »tortus of th« ¡ia»t two or <lepi nden< ie*. Aside from the con- erts threw most of hi* troops against
yram, mid the amount invo|r«*d is f IN,- days. Tlic rainfall for three day» ag stitutional questions, the two xe tlx toni the center of their weakened line. At proceeding of Penruee was unmanly nothing to fear.
■lied In New York, aged 69 year«.
U0U, whi'h g"<" to the Uintah Indians. gregated live inches end th« Nanaimo were in practical agreement.
A dispatch to the Daily Mail from
Both the point where Colonel Broad wood and beneath his notice.
The »clHMiner l.lla and Mattle was
The debate on the appropriation bill Lourenco Marquee, dated Thursday,
river has not Ireeti so high for 40 years Were op|*>se.| til the ¡lending bill, sod turned the Boer left he found himself
Wrecked «li lillaime-k bar, l-elng Idowu
¡«•I and Englishman's river has never
under the fire of their nine-ponnders. developed difference of opinion, as says that strong commando« are msss-
a«b re «lille trying to get out ot the ed his Mist birthday at t'iucionati. Ilr lerli air high a» at prearnt. Chaw river l»>th obje- ted to any of the inaular ter
The Boers, however, ultimately hoisted Jones, of Arkansas, offered a susbtitute mg at Warrenton, where tbe Free
bar. Hie v,»»«l «Ili 1» a total «redi
the I nited state«. Dr Wise was l«>ni Is ale* mm h swollen, wveral bridges States or auy of ita inhabitant* citizens the white flag. When Broad wood ad for the measure a bill to return the Staters are going to make a stand.
vanced, he was surprised to find that duties to those who had paid them, and
t'uerto Itii-au» most l>e led for many III steingrub, IkihrmiMs March II, in Ila roail to Uuiou and in the Comm of the United States.
Ga^aere Crotaed th« Orang«.
tbe Boers had taken advantage of the providing for absolute free trade be
mouth» yet In the center of the |M|y. Alter more Chau half a century valley being »wept uxay.
London, March 17.—The war offic«
The District <>f Columbia appropria- cessation of fire to escape in the dark tween the United States and Puerto has received the following from Lord
talami there I» nothing tai eat and fruit s]«-nt in America he stands Unlay at line are down north of Park.ville,
Rioo. The bill had not l*een disposed
camxit be had for from two to four tiie head of the Keform Jews of th« Wuter ou some of the roads is axle tion bill was taken up in the house to ness.
h<ep, stopping traffic over an exU-nslvu day, anil, under the Latitude allowed,
Transsaal prisoner» showed they were of when the Quay case was tailed up.
"Bloemfontein, March 17.—General
Adamson, of Georgia, discussed the entirely surprised by Roberts' tactics.
iTossed the Orange river and
The I'lirtugurae aiithorltlaaa at i*»u-
■ ’resident Wheel, r hits anuoniK-ed to
Nicaragua canal; Cowherd, of Mis A Free Mater whose house President tion bill, carrying $6,008,878, was occupied Bethulie this morning.
rene« Manpira, at the roajuawt of Groat the regent» of tha I'uivrraity of Cali
DEATH IN A FIRE TRAP.
General Reginald Pole-Carew, witk
passed by the house today, and also a
lirilain, have arroated lour Germaun fornia that esperts of a-kuowle-lged Fuurtesn l'rr.<in. I*«>rl»h»<l la • New- souri, the Philippine question; How
ard, of Georgia, questions relating to from Osfoutein said he complained to bill granting the aliandoned Fort Hayes 2,000 men of the guards brigade, two
loand lor l'n-t. ria, with arm» and let repute have been engaged to make ex-
■ rk Trnrttirnt.
the Philippines ami the "open door" the president al*out the depredations of military reservation to the state of guns and a small body of mounted in
ter» of introduction Irom Dr. f^yds
cav ations and <*x ¡iterations In ¡-art» of
Newark, N. J., March 14. — Fourteen policy in th« Orient; Rucker, of Mis the Trans*sali-rs. whereupon the presi Kansas for an experimental station and fantry, left here in three trains this
Permission to do general bu»lii«»a in the world rich elth relics of ancient person» lost tb«lr lives, two ¡»-rxons souri, the a l\ ¡»ability of electing sen dent replied:
morning to join hands with General
normal school purposes.
Jspau has '-ven rotuss-d Afl foreign in learning The entire exjirnse of the were seriously injured and many other» ators by the |>eople, ami Boutell, of Illi
“No wonder we are lieaten. The
Gatacre and General Clements.
surance corn leni*», in out ef them
slightly burnerl in n lire in Newark this nois. replied to Cowherd. The house burghers entered into the war tn tight
had passed Bethany by 4:40 P. M.,
in Egypt. Dr. Gcnrg<* Itelsner morning. Tbe firemen, after the (lames adopted a resolution setting aside alter for a righteous canse, but now they
New York, March 17.—The Rev. without meeting with opposition, hav
Ameri au Japan««« otflclaln etale tirai HearM
thia raeiilla from the fact that their ap- will have chatge of the explorations. had been subdued. Pxik 18 bodies from nate Friday» for the consideration of have devleoped into horse and cattle- Dr. Parkhurst and Superintendent ing been able to supply from his troop«
Burr, of the Society for the Prevention engine drivers, firemen, fitters, mold
plh-atl-na have falind to ««imply with The materials culiected by theac scien the ruins, and while they were thus private- bills reported by ths claimsand stealers.”
tist» will la* placed ill th« Archaeologi engaged another victim of the tire did war claims committee.
Crime, will go before the grand jury ers, smiths, carpenters, etc.”
the Ja|«u>-»<- iu»uram-e law».
Kotiibardineut of Misfakhig.
cal tiiiiM-uiii to I-« <-.t«l4i»he<l at Berk«- in tile City hospital. One family was
today with evidence that is expected to
It la ¡mil»abl« that the warring Chi- lev
A Mirk« I Muunlalu
show that tody bow it has been possi
w l|d out completely, ami of another
EIGHT NEW WARSHIPS.
Wilson wires to the Daily Mail from
tong» in Pan Franciaco will be
Raker City, March 19.— Probably tbe
ble, under the system of official pro
I only the father lives, ami he Is in the
brought together fir the ¡lurpame of
i city hospital, where it is l*elieved he most impotent strike ever made in native runner to Lobatsi, March 5, as tection. for gamblers to flourish in New Provided for In Naval Appropriation
effecting a ¡»eacelul aettleuiaut of the to ke»qi the \lli.-rhxll» out of southern «111 die.
Eastern < irvgon was made known in
York. Neither Mr. Burr nox Dr. Park
dlfllcultlea which caused llae death uf Lu sou.
Washington, March 17.—The house
hurst would say last night just what
The building in which the fire broke this city today by the return of John T.
"Saturday, March 3, the Boers fur
three promlueut < liluaee wthin the loot
Fiagu« n IL iH-luiu is »tamped out.
out was a veritable tire trap.
It was 1 ngliah. of Illinois, manager of theGol- iously bomliarded the brick field« and the line of this evidence was, but they committee on naval affairs reached a
two ws«ks. I he Wah Tlug and atn after a total of 1. 1 c«»ee, 53 of which
intimated that the society was after the definite and final decision today as to
..«I pijmiue construction, and extend*
trenches about a mile from the town,
bney Ylug tonga have Gen arrayed Wore fatal.
mffuii stories above the ground floor. city, who stated they had found a solid f >' three hours, killing one and wound gambling commission and the other the number of new warships to be
against the 8m-v Sing tong», an I white
persons in high places who share.! in authorised in tbe forthcoming naval
mountain of nickel lying in Kve valley,
A brother of president Nteyn, of the
the former organization» »tarimi the < »range Fiee Mate, has l-een captured Until three or four years ago the struct about 20 mflee southeast of Baker City, tug two coiutL.1-'» Monday March 5, its spoils, while the proeemtion of the appropriation bill, aa follows:
ure had la-rm used ns a i hticrh. but it
•hooting, th* latter retaliated lu a t«r- by til« British.
Two seagoing rout line battleship«
mi convertd into a tenement.
The on the line of the O. R. A N. railroad. ing to a misunderstading, tbe colonial« gamblore and dive-keepers was only in
tìbie way a week ago. wham two prom
of about 13,500 ton» each, to ooat ap-
General George White has arrvled at
evacuated the foremost trench. This be so treate-1.
inent members of th« tirsi trame.I tong
For more than
Fourtcntli avenue, wax occupied by to their statements.
the Boers occupied, but reserves were
were abut d.-wu in thoir ¡lincea of buai- Durlvan ami emlairked upon the Iran»-
Mrs. Blaine's Experiment.
¡»■rt for last Ixitulon.
called up, and the trench was recap-
the building was divider! into 20 living
Chicago, March 17.—The Tim
tured with a rush, We had no casual -
The senate passed the diplomatic and
rooms. As uealry as can lie learnd, distance of 20 feet, and is 1,000 to
The servants of *
of the United Mates to intercede ill the structure was occupid by 10 fam 1,500 feet wide. The nickel is free mill ties.
Emmons Blaine a
the war in South Africa.
ilies, all Italians. Two of the occu- ing and runs about $30 to the ton. taxes Colonel Baden-Powell and tbe now working under union rules, b ight ■
Queen Lilinokalani «111 receive do
Near Baker City, or., an <). R. A N. ¡milts, Vito Creilnnza and one other
from the gtivemmeiit.
garrison very heavily to prevent them hours constitute a day’s work.
freight train ran «town four Jat*ane»e family, kept l»>«rders, and, though the each other. They will at once com encroaching on our lines. Since Com idea is said to have been suggested to
GeDeral Joe Wheeler's resignation
section hands, two being killed.
total population of tbe nxikery could mence the sinking of a 100-foot tuunel mandant Snyma returned from the Mrs. Blaine by Professor Patrick
will 1« aoceptad on bis arrival in
Labor trouble* are rife lu Martinique. uot lw definitely am-<*rtaind during the under the mountain to test the rich- North the siege has been prosecuted Geddes, of Edinburgh, who lectured in
excitrmirmt attending tbe tin*, there are uess ot the discovery.
Chicago a couple of weeks ago.
with renewed vigor.”
Usar Admiral McCormick has lieeu Riots and incendiary tire* spread terror said to have Ix-en 40 or 50 persons, of
scientist offered the propositem that
through the island, ami iguorant
pla.-ed OU th» retired list on hie owu
Opening of Hemp Porta.
there was a chance for the bettaru.ent
negroes thn-uteucl to la-bead the laith sexes and all ages, in the build
Auckland, N.Z., March lfl.—Advices
Washington, March 15.—General of the condition of household servants,
ing when the lire started.
Thotiaands of organised insurgents
A few minutes la-fore 5 o’clock the from Samoa, dated March 1, report Otis has notified the war de|>artnient and so well did Mrs. Blaine regard the
that the German flag was hoisted at
The United State* government has
a™ renting th« Americans tn the purchas.-il the steamer Columbia from people in the building were awakened Apia in the presence of the treaty offi that he has appointed Brigadier-Gen suggestion that she decided to adopt it ,
eral Win. A. Kobbe, United States vol in her borne.
by the flames. They found them burn
Antique province in Panay.
cials and of Maatafa and Tamaaese. unteers, military governor of the prov
tiie Northern Pacific Steamship Com
The system was inaugurated about 10
•hl- annual re|«,rtx of Indian agents pany. She will go ou the regular ing at the foot of the stairs leading Dr. Self, president of the municipally, ince of Albav, Luzon, and of the island
from tiie flrat to the second story. The
days ago. and it is said to have proven
."r'ir i-*! **'"
•»'Han ¡»»pulatlon Manila run.
is governor. Herr Knipping, formerly of Uatanduaues and temporarily of the
hallway ami stairs were burning,
Society aud club
» trie I nite.1 Matte, is 297,906.
vice-consul at Sydney, will act as chief
The steamship Armenta, loading at entirely cutting off the egress from tiie judge and vice-governor. A public re is'ands of Samar and Leyte. Genera) women are highly interested in Mrs.
'’■‘‘’'"•’‘•“f" "f Illinois «|i|)Topriat- New York, will carry supplies to Ma u|*|*er floors, on which six families
Kobbe is directed to occupy with his Blaine's experiment, and if it continues nut» uGl e>M *•*>«. .
(,'r ,l"' rw*’u*fri»ctloii of nila for the American tnxqis in the livd. It also cut off the escape by the conciliation took place at the flag hoist tnxips the towns of Sorsogon, Legaspi, to work well, the ¡-Ian may be quite uot begun, nor to those contemplated
ing lietween Maatafa and Tamasese.
by the present bill.
" UBe»m inoumettl at Springfield.
Philippine*, and 2,200 tons of rails and ilixir for thoKC who livd in the rear ¡»art The supretme court, the municipal Donzol and Bulan, of the province of generally adopted.
The question of sheathing ships,
Albay; the town of Birac, on the
•'••’’ l»»ur«iice Company a large amount of steel bridge and of the first floor,
Those who could
AN EDICT AGAINST RATS.
council, the municipal magistracy and i-dsnd of Catauduanes, and the towns
which has excited much interest in
Skm rrn,h“" ’“'-"'“"'■I »»r^i- structural work for the Siberian rail made for the windows,
The whole the consular court« were abolished. ui Cal bayog and Catbatogan, on the For nt al 1* roclsmat ion Issued by thr naval circles of late, was determined
of lite new English war loans, way, t<> lx* delivered lit Vlndivoatock. they le«|x-d or droppd.
The laws will remain in force aa at island of Sainar, and the town of Tao-
by adopting a provision leaving the
Mayor of Astoria.
neighlairhood was awake in an instant,
•bi legislative trouble at Frankfort,
Senator Sewell has intnxluced a bill ami from the burning building came present. The uativex sn> all quiet and loan, on the island ot Leyte, and estab
question of sheathing to the discretlo/
II/«.,« ? ''"''""X I"’*»»- Militia it changing the name of the I’nris, of the
awaiting news from Germany as to the lish civil government as rapidly aa ¡x*s-
of the secretary of the navy. Prior to
agonising screams and calls for help.
mation, of which the following is a the action on the bill. Naval Con
American line, to tiie Philadelphia. From th« baseuient and ground floor form of government.
sible. He is to appoint officers of his
copy, was iseueti from the mayor’s structor Capps, who served with Ad
Three of the ships of the International th» inmate« of the building ¡xuired
command as customs and internal
Robbed by Holt!Irra.
miral Dewey in tiie Philippines, was
'•lied strike nf thr, em-
naked, or almost so. From the upper
"To the Citizens of Astoria:
New York, March lfl.—A corre
P'oyasof the Nt.
.... Ixitiis Transit Com- American Trans-Atlantic mail service, stories meu and women lea|*e<i to tile spondent of the Eveniug Post, writing coast and interior towns that are occu view of the fact that there has berm an heard on the sheathing question.
P»ny is off. Au sgreeinent sutlxfiti-tory already ix-ar names of American cities
sidewalk. By the time the firemen from Manila, under date of February pied by our troops. General Otis says authentic ciwe of the plague in China- urged in particular that vessels to be
*° •»th aid«« wsa
w n aclietl.
used in foreign service should bo
—the St. I’aul, th» Nt. Uiuis and the reached the scene tiie building wax
it is desirable that the ports in ques
towu in San Francisco, and the Chi
2. says: "When Gregerio del Pilar’s
wrap|*ed in flames, and those who hail laxly wax found, American soldiers tion lie opened to trade as soon as prac nese are constantly coming from there sheathed, as foreign drydocks were uot
T. K. Htidborough, formerly clerk in not escaped were dead or dixmid stripp'd it of every bit of clothing, tak ticable.
to other cities on this coast, and in
bHHai/ .’' •■r'”,t',,'>it Kroger
Mold Out to th« Pullmaa.
Merchants Bns a Frlnc».
view also that the plague now exists in
• the auditor’s office of the Pacific Ex
ing the rings from his fingers and a
San Francisco, March 17.—Th«
press Com ¡mny. at Omaha, has sued minute«, for the tire rushed through locket from the neck. Not a stitch of
"‘"•tion Of hostilities.
Kingston, Jamaica, March 14.— a greatly increased numlier of ports of
the express company and Erastus every room in the frail building within any kind was left on the liody, every Prince Clarence, chief of the Mosquito the Pacific ocean from which vessels Southern Pacific Company will relin
•M te h ,'"1.1 " f
•» Pari» bas Young, its auditor, for $80,000 dam 10 ii'inutes.
thing lieing taken for souvenirs.
For territory and protege of the British are constantly coming to the porta of quish all interest in the Pullman car«
•» HnJ " l »'«»y main office« ages, alleging that l*y reason of his ar
The search for the Ixtdies began with two days the body was left by the road govenrment, who resides in Jamaica, this coast, and in view also of the fact on its system April 1. It wasofficially
“■n»'rat-,| h r "'"’ h
***"* in ‘
rest on May 26, 1898, on the charge of in *J0 minutes after the alarm sounded, side unburied, until its odors was offen has been sued by local meerhautx. His that rat* take this disease more easily announced today that a new contract
«ium ta .
rï u,"l,’r t,H’
"• •’«•• embesslement, he has been brought so quickly was the tire oonqnand. sive and some Igorites were ordered to solicitor sets up in defense the allega than man, and are generally the first to has lieen entered into between the
•'"id the Frem-h iuoonie tnx. into public scandal and disgrace.
When it became known the tire wax of cover it with dirt. Among the tilinga tions that Prince Clarence was the take it in any port, and then give it to Southern Pacific and the Pullman Com
01 '‘'"'''î'Helffi?’ ••’"••"••»•‘•'«’»•-iM-shier
incendiary origin, men and women, taken were his watch, money, a gold sovereign chief of the Mosquito terri man; aud in view of the fact that the pany whereby the latter will acquire
At Columbus, <>., the striking ma well nigh craxd by grief, ran tearing
tory piror *o and at the time of the ac diseased rate cannot be isolated in case by purchase all of the company’s sleep
*l"*<’nm, ha» Ix-cn chinists, after conceding the right of «round tiie xtrectx lixiking for the man ring and a diamond ring.”
of the cause of action, and of an epidemic; therefore I think it ing car interests and will in future
Phi» te th«’”’1..... Wlth th"
employe!* to employ nonunion men on who wax responsible for tiie frightful
The Chain Trust.
is entitled to all the rights proper that the people should be warned operate sleeping cars over the Southern
‘ ••■■'■al America
New York, March 16. — Representa appertaining to him as prince of the to kill the rata by trapping or other Pacific lines, under a mileage arrange
‘“‘•reste iK,,',’n,tüC“U* A«”rioHn upon the employers signing n contract tragedy ami threatening dire vengeance.
wise, without delay, as a matter of self ment similar to that existing on all tbe
Louisville, March 14. — W. L. Haze- tives of the various companies to lie in Mosquito territory.
with the union. The Columbus Metal
The solicitor contends that Clarence and public protection. This I consider other big railroad systems of the coun
cluded in the Standard Chain Coni-
The ought not to be coni pel led against his of great importance, and I hope it will try. The price paid by the Pullman
charge of conspiracy.
Mr. Ilazelipp ¡xiiiy are at present in this city.
'••»th in,.., i’r,
“ ,*10 rontence ot all the . ..... amis <d the machinist«, in- is alleged to have been implicated in company is capitalised at $8,000,000, will to answer in a legal action before be .lone immediately, while the council Company is said to be $1,500,000.
,‘’""rl-iniirliai in the so far ax wages and hours of labor lire the ¡»lot to assHssinuto William Goebel, and in addition there ix an authorized auy of the judges or liefore a minister will adopt other measures calculated
Houston, Tex., March 17.—Last
Iwiivc -i- ",’*orge Murphy, com- concerned, but refused to siKU a con lie is the «toward of the Uentral asy Ixmd ixsuc of $700,000. of which-alxiut of the queen in Jamaica, and, ou lie to prevent the introduction of the dis
night and today snow fell in North
»‘•teltifth" ty'f""r,h '"'Hiitry. con- tract with tlm union, aud ax an ultima
lum, ami was itp|*oiuted to that office $600,000, it is understood, will be
Texas, extending as far south as Waco,
01 “‘•tain« ,,,"r'l,'r
«""Hwr xoldler tum, declared that they would deal
diction of the JaniHiean courts.
issued at present.
"ISAAC BERGMAN, Mayor."
something never known ftfore.
*H,"««omi»ny in the Philippine«. with the machinists only hh individuals. by Governot Bradley during his term.
Trial of th« Hu tinier.
Heir of Millionaire Smith«
During the marriage ceremony of
"“‘put of 'J, J, 1 " "li'J
John H. Bl«tr «nil Mis« Somoraott, near
'"•'"•'• whh $2,29(1,70().
"“a. IhX'i'uH lllll,",R’ M,ch*gan, In.li- Perry, O. T., the bride fell dead.
In a department store in San Fran
**1 ">"wston T"' "",l
cisco, two clerks stole $7,000 from the
" lM y"*r» •’«"ailiMl.
t,lrB aiiiir ltH/d t‘l” K'”>io<’ky icgisla- salary envelope* of tbe employe«.
Near Bluetlold, W. Va., Joseph
"• «X'p'"' ♦l00'00” ior.lctco-
Glean, a farmer, killed his daughter
and her lover and then killed himself.
While resisting arrest Lonnie Logan,
to b ,. l
‘f° to ,,,rm •“ °rgani-
a notorious train robber, was killed by
■w “»• ».
an uffioer in Kansas City, Mo.
Fight at Aparrl.
Manila, March 14.—Advice« received
from Aparrl, province of Cagayan, say
that while Major Wood and the Six
teenth regiment were leaving that place
they wore attacked at a landing on the
river bank opposite the town. A ¡*r-
•intent tiro followed, resulting in eight
Americans, including Ward, being
wounded. The natives in Cagayan val
ley presumably instigated the attack.
Dispatches add that the Tagai« are
harassing the American«.
Washington Match 15.—The quarter-
New York, March lfl.—Among the
pasxengera that arrived today from master-general is informed that the sea
Liverpool on the White Star Liner trial of the transport Sumner, which
Oceanic, was George N. Cooper, of hiix just been completed by naval offi
Elgin, Scotland, heir to half the estate cers at Norfolk, was a complete sue-
of $50,000,000 left by George Smith, ceas and that the vessel will be in com
the pioneer banker of Chicago.
Mr. plete readiness for the use of the army
a< uv.ii|s....e<. by
*.y Mrs. i ou the 82d inxt. She is to take alxiut
Cixqier, who also
inherited a a snare
of - E000 - recruita from New Nork to Ma-
““*• These recruits are intended to
the estate. Mr. Cooper shares with
J. | ■•••-
H. Smith, th«
Man of Wall *"
fll1 “ v*°*nolM ln
Street. ” the entire fortune, after a few «>• Philippine« due to dfechargM,
minor legacies ar« paid.
*•“»» *nd other cauaea.
Plague Situation at Sydney.
Huntlnaton's Guatemala I.In..
8ydney, N. 8. W., March lfl.—
San Francisco, March 17.—-D. B.
Another death from bubonic plague has
xcurred here, and two fresh cases have Hodgson, general manager of the Ferro-
Carrill Censteral de Guatemala, baa ar
rived here. He is to meet Collie P.
Furniture Factory Destroyed.
Huntington here next month relative
Muskegon, March 17.—Fire tonight to an extension of the Guatemala Cen
destroyed the Sana & Maxwell forni tra) railroad from Guatemala city east
tura factory at Peut water. The loaa la to the Atlantic ouaat.
Mtimated at fSOO.OOO.
ton le the preaident and owner of th«
road, which is now operated from Ban