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IS8CZO Ilf BJEJU-WKKJU.T SJECTIOXS. KA.CH TXESOAT AICIJ FKIOAT
2D YEAR NO. I. - f
8ALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1902.
SECOND SECTION-HEIGHT PAGES.
Georae f. Chamberlain ts Norni-
nated for Governor
TICKET TO RE COMPUTED TODAY
THE PLATFORM DIFFERS ONLY
IN ONE RESPECT FROM THAT
OP TUB REIUriiLICANS.
Fr Trade 1 Demanded for the Phil
ippine, and the Preparation of the
Ir.hib.tant for Self-Government, Re
taining Only the Neeesimry Cioalfng
rita.iona to Control the Orient. ,.
PORTLAND, Ore:, April 10. The
:-t.itf- l-iiKeratle Convention' met In
this' city at 11 trlock this morning,
eff- t-5-.a ix-mianent .organization.
u-J'.l'K-ji ,a platform, nominated Ge5.
i:. " mberWn, of Portland.: for Gov
ernor ' by acclamation, ohJ' " ft: SO tine
night a Ijourned: until tomorrow, when
tilt- ticket vi:i be completed. I
- J. ' 5 I
K.tK Skipworth. of Lane county, was
't"ij!fi,ry- chairman, aivl A. D. Sti1-rr.-ftn,
of Umatilla, Tpermaneiit chair-
i. ii. . . ' ' .
, Th j-l.-itfi.rm committee was in es.
i iii !-.m rioon until X;S t'riighF. the
pi-h; Hl.nl muse for the protracted sea-M--m
being the Philippine plank. The
. .-owjinlttt- was .: composed.. jf thrtv-i.r.r-e.
meml.ers. -rte from'tatih county
ii t ,- Stiit' .4 After, a Hngtniy dlseuft
f ;, a Philippine j plank wnjk unani-
,!:!,- onreej" ttp'on toy the committer,
s .. s iu'.optf J by 'the convention
-sih.-uj a 'dissenting" vote or: word C
I V.'a k i , of 'Portland, nominated
i !uitri i lain for Governor and he was
j ! the iir.nnti.t'lM choice- of the
.!. -r'.n v, !th a. trt rri'-ndugi hurrah.
Tho. Convention's- Work.
p. n; in I. ore... A i.i i lu.Th'e lemp-
f-ra'iV. iit:,: ("oriMtntlon tonight nomlh-
at-il ;- . K. Chamberlain for OoVernfr
fi . . 5ai;nat Ion $ nd after alopting ja
ffai fJi in adjourned until tomorrow.
FoMowiiii; 1.4 a nopels of thi? platforrn
: .f'..t.-d: . ': i ;
Til- t -Hi f form fa-ore a tariff for re"
nu' only, and appose any protection
ivhatcVer U tho trusits, combines arid
fM;irutlonj, with. Avhlch the . Renubjl-
in party la ul.l to be In an iniuuitoui
aiiuuH-e.' -'It favoia the 4 placing-oi the
fte list l! trust -made artjc'lea-" of
"v ry kirrt. On th Phhlipin question
tlit- Mlatf4-m j-av: !
rTn Inhabitant." of the rhiUiJj.lne
huv iiiliiiii'ii fr frt'e trade vvjth tbt
irtiLtid HI . t., Mil l 'th -. ttttuuesft h&
bf -n ' jec;ond"'d by t hei Philippine Com
intaioii ' and aMiimnnt -of the Am-
erb'.m pt'opl-', yet ' t he - Urputdlcah Con
Kr t ft fu.-e: ' ay proia-r relief, but eh
tief! a f. i riff law fr thoe jslandk thiit
In lnii(- li'iis.iii- i'.it-l lesM .deTenaible than
the" :i. m th itritlfh PiirM anu-nt
avafnst' v.leh our forefathers rbclloP
" polUy ih it innkei4 out- I;i w .for th'
Hawaiian llauds, -another for Porto
ftio an-r anothe r for tlw : Phtiriplii"!-".
ennnni ; ui.hld n any -crnuli'l eix-i-f-jit
th.tt. of subserviency to the tsiiscar
.m--i!,Mf4j. tru.r. ,
,"Onr tnnlr poFsePslon. re either
a -part .of I Vur country or are if orelitn
if-rrltory. I -If .l part of iur territory,
tUf r ople .tie entitled .to tbe tra-de
priilem : that are -sranled anv'nf our
territories.'. We leWeve -that tho true
p.iliey' ia tot-rotect the people of thoae
iCinih for self government a sieed
l!y n posMhie. and w hen ao prepared
t Krant them" independence, retaining
r..l .-(tntitii. k t t..n an.l ffir'l nK.THJUr
-iifV'tsary to protect those "island
'funii fr'ijjn Itvterferen'eej' 'iind to main
tain our trade TVIatlun? iti'the Orient."
The plat form . demand ; the iassare
of thr Mitrheii Kahn 4blnee exclua
im bill, and leg-islatloo to reairlct the
lminlKratln:o,f J Apisriefe' labor;! favor!?
the election oif CniUvl State Senator
by popular vote; the Intiatlve and ref
erendum eystr-rn; the apeedy oonstrue
tl.r f . the Nicaragua canal, and the
ererton by ConrreVa of a. Department
of Lanrtr in rhurKe of a ecretarv en
' eat in the.-Calil.net..
It-iH-'lea the leasing of, the public do
main -to Individual' - or corpora tlona.
and the iip aubfidy bill-'now' 'before
Conares. and declare fcgalnst any
jiuch combinatkma bf cornpctlBR r&
road is was made In the formation
iMre fNothern Kecurltle Company.
Tbe pl4ti"orm demands the Improve
ment the Columbia river from it
mouth to the had of nay Igratton, and
declares etronly In faror of an eeon
rniical administration 'Ofj the' State's
ffalra. . j . : I . j '
John A. Jeffrey, ot Salemu Wasi agreed
upon' bf. the delegntea from aUrion nnd
Linn ctintlea.ts their ebMce for ran
didate for Joint Senator. The contest
was between Mr. Jeffrey' nd Hon. W.
11.Holm.es- yAa ; nT compromise, the
nominated waa? tendered to Dr. W. 1L
liynl. of Halemiarrd lion. i. K. Weath
effonl, of Albeiny. but both declined the
piace. . ;:.-.- -'
', RECIPROCITY LEAGUE.
Orsanized in Chicago Yestarday with
Kansas Govsmor as Presidsnt.
CHICAGO, April W Representatives
of sixty leading manufacturing and
other InduMrtal ettabliahments of the
United States today organised ths Na
tional Reciprocity . ' Leajrue. W, ' T.
Stanley, Governor of Katuai,. waa dec
ted president. The obj.t of the or
ganization, which la non-partisan, la to
ware a campaign of education coorie
Ing the .urgent need of reciprocal trad
relations Hh forelgn.natlvas. ;
f TO SUCCEED NO Y Erf.
WASHINGTON, April J0. A. D.
Hayes, i district f attorney i 'at i OgdetC
Utah, will be appointed to sueeeod
JuJkc Arthur H. Noyes. of the district
Court of Alaska. i
RJG HARDWARE COMBINE. , j
ST. .Ii"I"S. Aprtl 10. At the resi
denc of Kj, C. Simmon, who will be
prwiW of the newly -rolilated
fcunlware jtAAAnx lrtr-rt t the
ourrtry.jit wan all ha both h onI
Wallace Hi irurooriH are in New York,
e.ml It nt known wtoen they would
return." rilwitnl : II. Blnvjmna, as4t
ant .iTitary of theftlmniona I lard -ware
Oornpany, rt-Cusetl to dlAtuaa the
reported. ciilomal rotiolllatlti. fur-tej-
than to culrnit that hi father and
bWth-r tttv b-en In the flat-over a
Week' rr;itiyft to the matter. J
I "I know -tlinK whU-h I am not at
oerty :to tell Jmt 'now," he aid.
U :-, 'r-r -1' : -': -Hi '
Siipreime CJourt Hears a Mon-
. i r i-
-' '. - ;:' , -
.EKFORTS TO - COIAfJCT TJAMAGES
r-CLKHK J. J. MURPHY HAH All
KANG'ED THE CALENDAR FOR
THE NEXT TWO WEEKS.
In the" Supreme Court, yesterday, the
caae of ;1I. O. Wright, rewpondent, vs.
Mary A Ramp, appellant, 5 an , tippeal
from 'MuUnomah county, waa argued
and submitted. This waa an action for
darhages for defenlantt' BefuflMl to al
low pUdntSff to carry out a contract for
the eretrtlon of a monument. The de
fence aertH unreatwnaMe debiy jid
failure to perform. The contract waa
made August 10, 1898, to set ,up the
tnonurnent In "May, 1899, 'or as ton
there after a poitble." In November;
199. plaintiff brought toi action pleiid
Ung the written contract and; alleging
-thstt . defendant "had without cause no
tified plaintiff thajt he would not com
ply; with the termsof the contract on
her part, -nor allow phi lnt Iff to furnlah
or deli ver or aet ui the monument; and
further alleging that plaintiff ever since
the "ontruct waa entered Into had been
-and stilt waa ready. to perform all Hx
terms end conditions on this part, and
would have dope so but for such acta
and refusal on the iirt of the defend
ant: thswt It was not powaible to deliver
and ret up the inonument prior to said
refund and breach of the ontract by
end that prior to the
of the action plaintiff
luly tendered iH-rforrnance and defend-
ant refuses! -tx
altow him to perform,
erlng denlel all the al-
legjitionrt of the. com pkdnt excepting
I he execution of the contnwt anl as a
effrinite uerensK alleged tnat . piaimm
f illed to set U
1S9S, as ctlUil f
the monument ii May,
r by the contrTict; that
on -0tler t
IS99, plaintiff came and
tendered a monurnetit which w,;u. brtik
en and wlileh w-us defe-tlve in twiny
particulars sieilfied ; and tliat plaintiff
then askel for! a- further extrnskm of
time in wlileh io procure a monument
tv rulfltl hls cojivtrnct.1 which exteiuin
defendant refuf"el to tcrsmt, and there
upon noltiel plaintiff that she would
trT-jitthf contract aa caja-elled for the
failure on his jtart to perform. Plaln
t Iff! in "hjls reply denLed the allegn-tlona
as to defeetH In
inc that be cid
tlie monuinent. except-
mitted that the; die of
in.1ru.nstt; aivl lallegd that he had an-
other di of the
ssune nuLterkils and li-
meiisihs at INrtkind. which he offered
ti use aml rephue the injurexl one.
I'Uintiff K-a-ureiil a Judgment in the
trial wurt, ami -..defendant appealetl.
Judge J. J. Murphyv Clerk of the Su
preme Court, y&aterday sLrranged the
calendai for the two wei-ks beginning
next-Monday, ami the fihmng appeal
cases were net for hearituj:
Morwhiy, April 14. H. W. Hesse,
plaintiff, arid repionlent, vs.N. A, Iir
rett, t jal.. defendants, and F. O. Hal
ley, et (1., defendants, and I C. Jack
non, defendjint ami appellant, appeal
from Wwslil ngton county. 12 m.
Tuesday. April. 15.- School district
Noi 110, appellant, vs. H.. M. Palmer, et
al respondents;- appeal ' from Linn
county, 12 m. -
Wednesday. JipHl 1. The City, of
Philomath, appellant, vs. J. W, Ingle,
respondent; appeal' from Ilenton coun
ty.' 12 m. . ; : - ? - ' - ; : - '
Thursday, April 1?. -Wm. E. loyd.
respondent, vs. Portland General Elec
tric Company, nm;ellarit; appeal from
Muttnomah county, 12 m.
Monday, April 21. H.f Wolienberg.
administrator, respondent, vs. J. F.
Ros. appellant; appeal from Douglas
county, 12 m.
Tuesday. April 22. The U. S. Mort
gaVfe & Trust ; Company, respondent,
vI P. A- and Ernrna. Marquam, defend
ants and rt4pellants. sand ; The ' Title
Guarantee Trust Company, et al, de
fendants and respondents; an appeal
frojm Multnomah county. 12 m. f The
U. IS. Mortgage & Trt Company, re
epondents, ts. P. A; Marquam and &i"
main Marquam, defendants and appel
lants, and The Title Guarantee &. Trust
Company tl al;,. defendants and re
epondents. and P. P. Jenne. et al, de
fendants: appeal ': from Multnomah
county, 12 m. -'?'. i- -
Wednesday, March 23. Henry Weln
hard. resj-emdent. vs. Commercial Na
tional Bank, appellant; appeal from
Multnomah county, 12 m. , George H.
Wflliams; respondent, vs. - Commercial
Naftional Bank, appellant; an appeal
from Multnomah county, 12 m.
TDEY MAV :
0a the Cfalnese Exclusion Bill In
the National Senate
STEWART IS OPPOSING THE Bill
hoar opposes it vigorously.
. and Others of the repub
? l1cans fight,
Depew , jOpposes th Elejition of Sena
tor by the Peple lie 'serves Notice
on South'-rn States That Ail Their
Citizens MuHt He Allowed to Vote or
f ' ' ' j -
pril 10. Ari effort
wan made In the Senate' to obtjaSn ao
agreemen4 for a vote on the Chinese
Exclusion bill, put it was unsuccess
ful. Thi measure was under discus
soin during, the. entire session today,
except for alsutfin hour, in which time
the postoffloe ajprtptSation hill was
passed. Three speeches were made
against the Chinese bill in its prevent
form,! Dillingham concluding 1 his re-
marku, and ; Stf wart and Hoar slat ng
their objections to the bill. ! Stewart
favored the exclusion of Chinese lalior-
I . - ' "
ers, but was opposed to many of the
bill's provisional. Hoar announcel a
vigorous Oositlon to the bill.
Early In j the session Depew spoke
briefly against the adoption of a re.o
tloin providing for the election of Sen
ators -by-popular vote. In effct ie
served notice on those stata which htld
limited their suffrage that If the reso
lution -was enactel, the demand would
be made on them to accord all thtlr
citizens the right to vote, or suffer the
loss of representatSves In Congress, i
, Cuban Reciprocity.
! Washington, April 10. The debate
on the Cuban reciprocity bill In the
House today was devoid of enlivening
features. The most notable speech of
the day was made by Gronvenor (O,).
He answered the1 crttles who, had
thiirged him with inx-onsltency, by
aing that ret-lprtK-ity was a sound
Reiiublk-an doctrine, and thiit the tail AT
schedules were not, sacred.. He pre
dicted that the One would -ome. when
there would be an Inexorable demand
for a revision of the present rat's.
Prince III.) made a strong speech
against the measure..
Washington. April 10. The Seriate
Committee on Comm'erce today com
pleted the' River and .Harbor bllU num
erous amendments 'being added and the,
apipriations Increased $9,609 1 72.
Among the Items of Increase is the il
umbla Itiver canal at Tbe lalle, Oie
goiii and Washington, $4(M),(KM.
HAD A MARROW ESCAPE
FOUR-YEAR-OLD HOY 'TAKE;
AN INV LUNTARY HATH IN
The I'ttle f.ur-ytar-old jwnioi Fred
Arideregg. In Fast Salem. -diad a nar
' i , '
row: .(escape fnnn drowning alxut 3
"Veloi.ik yesterdjiy'arternoon. The lit
tle fellow crowsel Mill creek, on Esist
SUite fjstree-t, by passing over lite street
ir'trM-k. In some manner lie slip
pd and fell Into the stream, whbh at
tKis r"4nt is very swift. They boy h i l
on a heavy overcoat anl carried a tin
.iM iivone hand and these two articles
buoyeid him up in the water, wjitle.he
floated down stream. The swift cur
rent carried him rapidly away until,
when n'urlng Judge R. K Bean's home,
he wins thrown agaSnst a pile of drift.
He at jmi fraspwl a projecting trt'e,
and began calling lustily for help. Hi
eria. attracted, the attentkm of snt
children, and A. 11 Epley and K. J.
SwafTord "were cstlled from Mr. Ep
ley" store, and these gentlemen noon
had the youngster otrt of his,: ierirous
posithm, none the,orse for his adven
ture. OPPOSITION EXPECTED,
British Government Supporters Pre -LParing
Mast Battle. '
NEW" YORK, April 10 Not for many
years has the budget been postponed
after the date of its introduction has
been j f1xel. say s the London corre
spondent of the Tribunei Sir Michael
ILVks-Beach ha fallen a: victim to the
east winds which have prevailed more
or less since April waa ushered in. A
change in the order of public business
Is rendered necessary by the postpone
ment of the financial proposals, and
advantage wril be taken of the two
days to proceed with the new rules.
It 1 evident the government expeeta
much opposition to the budget, for in
addition to aJSowtng two days for the
considemtion of the Chancellor's state
ment. Idr. Balfour has given notice of
hia intention to suspend the rule which
brings debates to a close at midnight.
' A FIREMAN KILLED. t
WALLACE. Ida.. April 10. This
morning, while p.rernan V. S. Worid
was trader an engine, some car struck
the rear end of his train, running the
teader oyer his chest and killing him
insuuatty. ; :.
Legal Blanks at the Statesman office.
Manila Is Exclfed Over tbe Recent
Of A NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER
HE . . REPRODUCETD . AN ARTICLE
FROM AN AM ERICA N PERIODI
CAL AND MADE CHARGES.
That '4.rrtfpt Fliipinc' Offbeholdt s Re.
talne"! Thf-Jr Macea Under the Com?
mission, and Some of Them Were
Kxalte,! to the -Highest ItH.tioiis,
While Notoriously Bid.
MANllA, April ltf. Excitement pre
vails here on Mtvunt of the arrest of
the eli4or.and proprietor f the Free
dm, a; Uberal ptiblication, charged
with sedition in publishing a article
from an American irimlical. to which
the .editor of the- Freedom agreed. "He
also) added to it remarks -of his ow n,
('ensuring the United' S.atea Commis
sion's rule. J
. The tna.n charges nale wer that in
many cases PiUiaiio officeholders are
rasctals, and that the Commission has
exalted to the highest positions Fili
plniw who are not"rioUly t-orrurt.
Called on Root. j
Washington. April 10 Bishop O'Gor
rrtan, of Sioux Falls. S. D., toiLjlyhad a
short talk with Secretary Root, with
relations to the present and future sta
tus of the church in the insular pos
sessions of the United States, j
Sumrnerville, , K. C, ' Apt II 10. The
visit of President RoseveIt anl iart
to the South terminated here . tola-y.
The President' w-a-. taken tu Iort heater,
the site of the old Spanish fort. ' The
tra farm of Dr. Sheiird was ntxt visit
ed. Thegpnrty'.. was then driven to the
station and the train pulletl -ut for
Washlngto.n, nmid the .rhers of an im-
menae crowd .which had, gathered at the
station. . '
Engine, Crew and Many Passen
gers dre Injured.
C4USE Of ACCIDENT UNKNOWN
EAST IIOUNIiTltAIN N THE
; re a t NpitT Hern in the
OISTJtfCT tF KALISPEI.U
The Kirrt Koar-i"ar and the Engine
Are Complett-lV Demolished - Ilelfi
Sent Forward by the Company and
Physician. Are on the ' Ground-!-No
, Particulars Are blaihable,
BUTTE. M-xnt.. April 8 A special
to. the Miner from KalispelJ, Mont,,
No. 4, east-lound passenger train, on
the Great Northern, was, wrecked this
afternoon thirty miles' eat of Kalis
pell. Engineer Charles Hart and Fire
man W. O. ,herrier were; badly scalded.
Express Messenger Ed.1 'Me ConVilte
was hurt, tegetther with a number of
passenger, the names of whom cannot
The engine and first four cars are a
complete wreck. The cause ofdthe-accident
is unknown. .
Physicians have been dispatched to
the scene, and all.' assistance possible
is being given by the ra'IIroal company
to the injured. 'No further particulars
are obtainable tonight.
i HILLS .HANDS I IT. .
! SPOKANE, Wash.. April 8. A spec
ial from Grand Forks, j B. C. to tb
Chronicle, states that the report that
James: J. HiH and sssocl a t'es have se
cured a large Interest jln the Granbv
Smelter at that point Is admitted bv
smelter men to be correct. Thi I
taken to mean that a deal win event
ually be consummated, ! whereby the
American Syndicate will secure the
nttr hAiitins! of the OranbT Consoli
dated, for a sum aggregating t2.0&.
, . f
Threaten a Strike and Parade Streets.
Breaking Windows. v.' ) '
BRUSSELS. April l.-i-At a Socialist
meeting this evening th Socialist, dep
uties advised workmen to be prepared
for a general strike next Tuesday. Af
ter the meeting the Socialists paraded
the streets, smashing th windows of
churches and .cafe, tiring revolvers,
and singing revolutionary songs. There
were several collisions with the police
er fotvel to
use'theiir bayonets. Ove
sons were wisinded, liu-l
il ng women
TWO MEN DROWNED.
Captain Andsrson Lest H
EUGENE", Or, April 10
come from dort-jn-e that
derson. of ;the aohsner
waa drvwn-l in SCuslaw
Itay last, FW-
It lias Just been learned
RomSno was drowned -iri
Fork of the Wlllamet
te river, nr
Ctoverdale, a few days ago.
the , river hrse and
main - were bot h
will be Acquitted.
Appeal of a Laborer Laader Argued in
; . Porto Rico.
SAX JUAN, P. It, April 10. The Su
preme lurt of IVrto Rjrt yesterday
hetird the appeal of Santiago Ignelsiaa,
President uf the Fe1rat5on of Work
men of "-Porto Rico, wtio was -sentenced
.Dioember 12th last to-. Imprisonment,
on the charge of cofi'sHring to raise-the
price of lalwr in Itorto Rico. .The le
cision was m-served umd Satu-rday.
H W ill undoubtedly be a uit tel.
IT'S A IEAILt
egon deieg-.tKn iV having
0. The Or
o. hard time
selecting a tnember of
sional camiuign -omnitt
Mitchdl is iH't a Candida
Mttody and Tongue are,
von rongue, and has v
rted for him
In delegation -meeting.
There Is no
date set for unotber me
THE RAILROADS TO BE RESTORED
THE N1EIT C II WANG
When Gretit Britain Reli
trxA of thg- Systcih In C
hi I j lrovince
William T. Sted Writes an ArtPle
't4l Rhodes snd )lis Dream of
re' and Peiufe- of the World
PEKIN. April rH-Th
Convention .was sjrne"!
Itusxians undertake! to i
Chwang and Slian Hal
to the Cninriis when the
quish the controL-of the
Mlway in (Thi
. Sir Ernest Sit tow
tef hert is, -h,Wver. neg
ti:U4ng to tw
. I- !
a large lr-inl-e;ii
ee ttt British
il nu idt ra t i v n t rot
Rijlway afU-r it is handf
d over to the
Cecil Rhode Dream.
London..-' A pril K Aninjrticle on Cecil
Rho.les. by WiHhun T. I Stwl. will n-pi
iwiir in the fofthcomlng bu'inbf'r of the
Ameritn Review of Iti'vlews.- The
article consists"--of an ex plena lion -"of
iVt'll Rhoii" views on
Treat Britain, d for
Atn rlia and
(the first, time
sHts forth bis mowt .iuujjost aiin,
w-is written by hini-lf to Stl"a'I in
'In Its thret; columns o
hy of ljh"de'
ten-"s the whole ririlor!
linernMllorau- ami lnliv
eiiibnu-fwl. . Ierhjits It
iHiiil life is
csm be bet
Uminurl9!.ed as an argument Irj favor
of! the organization of aiscret fwIety,
on the lines of the Jesuit order, for the
pnmHrtbm of eaee anl the welfare of
the witl. and the eillthnient.of an
AniericsiA'.ltritirh felfniitloTi. wth ab-
si4ue liotne-rale fr ; ts component
tJUTTFJi BY j KIRK
NEW YORK.. AprlM The
slbrv builling lccuplei Sy-the
Coast Borax Company,
t Bayonne, N.
day. The lo.
teas'.gutted by lire
At Plsaaast Point.
n!asar.t Point, April
M-igee. of Shaw, has rented th
j ert y of the j larte George Greenhalgh,
Tnar Turner and the farhily has move. I
onto the plaCej.
Miss Flora, Herren has;
a j visit to th- family of her istr. Mrs,
Norfis Mori"" near Oregon City. v-,'
iOeorge Hastle j is wntniJnr (for Mr.
Mofflt. the hous mover, In Ha Jem.
Honor roll of district No. f?ir the
school month ending March 2 fth, for
punctusUMy:! ! Merle 'Kendoill Josie
Bowers. Lerk CXrardtn, Alice Gjrardin,
HatUe lvwera. -'" .;f
There tm. as far aa I can learn, gen
eral satisfaction in this precinct with
the state RepubUcan ileikeC but a lew
have expressed themselre aej decid
edly In opposition to some of it. . So It
Is likely' there will be swne scriatchlng
done at the .top. The tijouble seem te
be of the hMl anxl not of the heart.
It might tie w.ell for the county stock
inspector toj look after bom bands of
sheep running in the road Ipt thlp
neighborhood, ConUnaruou stock dia
aea should be kept wit of the high
ways and watering' places.
'es Is Buried.
Buluwyo. Matabeleland. April
Amid an Immense throng of soldlera.
civlttans and natives, the- body .of Cecil
nhodea was today - comnfjael to Hs
mk k tomb In the Matoppo Hills,
and civic guards, who w
PEACE IS :
Report from Scatn Africa Tfcit
Terms Are Arrassed
fOa ENDING THE DOER WAR
LEADERS OF THE FIGHTING MEN
IN THE TRANSVAAL ACCEPT
BRITISH TERMS. .
Terms Have I Been Qubled to the Boer
Ag-ents In Europe The Statements
Are. However Unconfirmed. Thpush
Heard in Many iWrect km- St eyn;
.! Botha and Iwt Said to Agree.
lNIO.V. April IO The Financier
and Bullion)., publaihed a dlirpatch
that the Boer leaders have jtecuied
the ItritUh terms; that eace has teen
arranged, and that the term of .peaco
have txen cable.! to the ikier agents
In Euroe. -: -J'.
Other uhconfirttied ulatements of v
Similar character are In circulation In
London tonight. It is said that Ruth
erford B Harris,-ex Secretary of tho
British South Africa Company, ha re-,
eelved information to the f ame .efYect;
but no ellablje information concern
ing thematteir la obtainable.
News Is informed that
a telegram .'was"' received ;1n lwidun
this .morning, from Pretoria, aaytiix
that Steyn, leet and. jllotha. had
agreed upon 14-r ma of peacej. VThe Tele
gram Indicate that the British jterm
have tMN-n accept ed4 arid that peacs
has'heen arrartged. -' f -
High; Pressure Days.
Men and women alike jliave to work
Incessantly with brain and hand to
hold their owri nowa.llys, (Never were
the dtmanda of business. the want of
the family, the requirement of iH lcty,
more numerous. The first effect of the
praiewoitV effort to keep up with all
these things la commonly aeen In a
weakened or debilitated . condition of .
the nervous system, whlfhl results In
dyspetaia, defective huttjltion of both
boly and hi a In; -and In Extreme cases
iti compute nervous procit ration. It 'M
t.. 1 , I i,Bl mK. !lai i..u.l.,.1 III
what will S'jatain , the ystem. give
vlffor and tone to the, nerves, and keep
the dge?tiycj and assimilative func
t'lonV nealthy, and active. From person
al knowledge, we canj i rwnmmf n1
HotKl's SarsaiarllU for j this purHw.
It acts on all the vital organv build
up th.; whole! system, and ; Ills men and
worm n for these hlgh-prejosure days.
INTO STATE TRKAHt.TItY-
jProf. J. IL Ackerman. Superintend
eht of Puplie lnstructiiin,: yesiterday
paid over to State teaaurer Chi.
S. Mix'ire. Tbl money w as received
as fees-on ei-ount. of teachers wuite
paiwrs, apii will lie phu-ed In the State
Examiners' fund. Ifnilttr foriiier ail
n i nl strut ions the fes were retained
by theate Superintendent.
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: ! Saves Two From iDath.
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"Our little daughter hsG an almost ;
fatal attack of whooping cough anl
bronchitis." writes Mr. W. K. Havl
land. of Arnlonk, N. Yv "but. when all .
other j remedies failed, we saved her
life with Dr King's New Discovery.
Our. niece. Who had Consumption In
an ad vam-ed' stage, also used this won- ;
derful mellclne and today she" Is per-
fectly well. Ieperate : throat ; and !
lung disease; yield to Dr.: King's : New
Dlsovery as to no other medhlne on j
earth. Infallible for, ftiughs and
Colds, 60c. and ll-OO bottles gitaran- i
teed at DR. STONE'S drug , store.
Trial bottle . if reej. u
Igal Blanks at the Statesman ofllce.
JOS. MEYERS & SONS
Next Wednesday we will
otTer a line of
? MUSLIM DI1AWERS
Worth SI a Garment
Walt for the Sale.
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