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VOlI V UIa1 WASHINGTON D 0 SfURDAY S sfUKDAY URDAY MARCH 23 1901 NO9 NO J
SUMMARY OF IfiB NEWS NDWSDomestic N NEWSDumestlc WS WSDomestic
Domestic DomesticIt
It is rumored in Colorado Color do that ex exSenator CJ CJSenator exSenator <
Senator Wolcott will be appointed Sec Secrctary Seerelary Secretary
rctary of the Interior in plate pll1 of Mr MrHitchcock MrHitchcock MrIfitchcock
Hitchcock HitchcockBruce HitchcockDruce IfitchcockBruce
Bruce F Dunbar aged agcr 15 years o oHarrisonburg 01 01Harrisonburg ofIfarrisonburg
Harrisonburg Pa died of lockjaw lockjawwhich lockjawwhirh lockjawwhich
which followed vaccination vaccinationThe vaccinationThe vaccinationThe
The grand hotel at Kenova W Va Vaand Vaand Vaand
and the saw and planing mills ofDavi ofDaviLenon ofDavilLenon of Davie DavieLenon
Lenon were burned burnedMrs burnedMrs burnedMrs
Mrs William II Wilkins of MilfordN Milford MilfordN MilfordN
N II drowned her nyearold u yearold daugh daughtcr daughter doughter
ter in a river riverThe riverThe riverThe
The family of Edward L Smith a aMartinsburg 01 01lIartinsburg atMartinsburg
Martinsburg were poisoned by eating awild i iwild a awild
wild rootH root rootH rootH
H C Bourquin of St Marys O Osued Osued 0sued
sued Miss Sarah B Ruhle for bread breadof breachof breadof
of promiseGeorge promiseGeorge promise promiseGeorge
George D Swigert a veteran dof < of the thiCivil theCivil thlCivil
Civil War died at Erie Pa PaCharles PaCharles PaCharles
Charles Humphries a tenor tenor killed killeihimself killedlli killedhintself
himself lli 1seH in St Louis LouisAlbert LouiAlbert LouisAlbert
Albert Ives the oldest banker in in De Detroit Detroit Detroit
troit is dead deadThe deadThe leadThe
The investigation into jn o the collisioi collisioibetween colllsiorbetween collisiorbetween
between on engine and a trolley ca caat cal calat catat
at Fulton F near Richmond shows tha thathe thathl thathe
the signal signal honl given by the flagman war wareither wa wacither walcll1lr
cither the wrong one or was misunder mlsunderstood misunders misunderstood
stood stoodThe s stoodThe ood oodThe
The will of the late exPresident Har liarrison Harrison Harri ¬
rison ri on has been made public The bun bullof bill billof bunof
of the estate is left to his wife thougl thougliioailv thougimarlq
iioailv 11 marlq arly all his near relatives arc remem rememtered reinembored remembered
bored by bequests bequestsRoss bequest1Ross bequestsRoss
Ross Raymond was arraigned on ai aiindictment arindictment atinlictment
indictment for grand larceny He TIcil TIcilcharged I Icharged uI
I charged with obtaining a drat tar or 20 20on ZOlon zaon
on a forged order orderA orderA orderA
A P Elliott and James Neville tough toughs
a duel in the street in San Bernardino Bernardinoin
in which Neville was mortally wounded woundedThe woundedThc woundedI
I The body bod of Jere W Cleary a soldie soldierwho soldiewho soldiewho
who died in n Cuba was buried in Coda CodaHill Ced1lIIiII CedaHill
Hill Cemetery in Greencastlc Green astl Pa PaW 11V Pav1
W v1 V W GllteaDjg GflIeat dl ji jikilled ii Nlefilvoa0keeiYhif III IIIM ittC <
M lefilvoa0keeiYhif ilWIlI1kfe dm C il I Ir Irkilled Irkilled
killed because he resented hazing hazing hazingPeter hazingPeter
Peter Geiser inventor of the he Pcerles Pcerlesgrain Peerlesain I cerles cerlesgrain
grain ain separator died suddenly at hi hiliorie hiJ hiholte
liorie J le in Wayneshoro Pa PajiTeral PaIjelrra Palcrcrat
jiTeral Superintendent Parker of trI tinPnstai tfiPostal trIPnstal
Postal Telegraph Tcl prHph Company died at hi hilioni hihm hiItomc
lioni Itomc ii Chicago ChicagoJeff ChicagoJ ChicagoJctr
Jeff J en Hill his wife and five childrci childrciwere childrelwere chtldreiwere
were burned to death in their house housenear houseIIla housenear
near IIla Wellston O OTen OT 0Ten
Ten T t11 men were wounded in arpolitica arpoliticaBattle a1 a politics politicsbattle politicahattle
battle at t the pole at a primary In in Lex Lexinjror Lexin Loxingon
injror in H Ky KyA x xA
A 4 fia that started in the plant of tlv tlvAnhetieerBuich tlvi th thPnhccser
AnhetieerBuich i Pnhccser 11 het er BuscJr Brewing Company St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis burned the ice storage plant o othat 0lilat othat
that company and other property Ag Agpregate Aggrega Aggrcgac
grcgac pregate grega e loss 100000 Two Two men wen weninjured weri3jurec1 woninjured
injured injuredAll i3jurec1All injuredAU
All of Mr John D Rockefellers in intcrests inItrests intrrests
tcrests in the iron business are to gt gtinto 11into giinto
into into the United States Steel Corppra Corppralion CorppraI Corppralion
lion I iuT
iuTCh Chre Ch = l Resick was was shot and killed it irChicago itChicll itChicago
Chicago Chicll by Daniel Fettrs whom he ac accucd acIII accli
cucd III of stealing his chickens chickensThe chickensThe chickense
cli The e National Witch VhchllaelCompany VhchllaelCompanyI Hazel Company Companya
I a trust tr tr10 combining the various concerns concernsis oncernsis
is now assured assuredMr assuredfr assuredMrs
Mr Mrs fr = John McMahon committed sui suiride suicidl suttide
ride by bylumping jumping from a railroad bridgi bridgiin
in Norwalk Ohiomob Ohio OhioA oliiomob
A mob of coal miniri wanted tclnrlt tc tclymh 1 1h
lymh < h Deputy Sheriff Drank Frank McCoy o oilidcllesburg 0Iidclesburll
i ilidcllesburg Ky
ForeignMany Foreign Forolgn1aI ForoignTan
Many Tan delegation who want Hbrariei Hbrarieiand lib librarieand ruiel ruieland
and other gifts are awaiting the arriva arrivaof arrivaoj arrivaof
of Mr Carnegie on the American Lint Lintsteamer Limtealllrr Lintseuuter
steamer St t Louis at Southampton SouthamptonA
A discharged lieutenant of the gen gendar genarmcrie gendurnuric
armcrie dar merit in Budapest attempted attempted to as assnsinatc assainae ast
t snsinatc Field Marshal Jablenozy tin tincimf tl1lcilid tlttI
I cimf of the department departmentThe dep rtm nt ntThe
1 The striking dock workers in Mar Marsuites Mars Marsills
suites s ill have caused panic among tin tltistorclecpers tinstorekeeper th thstore
storekeeper store L teperq and had several clashe clashewith clashewih clashewith
with the soldiers soldiersThree soldiersm soldierstree
Three m tree c Boer patriots were shot at D DAar DAar Ds DsAar
Aar having been convicted by a British Britislcourtmartial DritislcJurt111jrtjal Britishcurtmartial
courtmartial of murder and treasonIt treason treasonIt
It is i the general sentiment that tin tinBritish th thDritish thiBritish
British will eventually be forced to bad baddown bac bacdown badldown
down in the Tien Tsin affair affairBritish affairDritih affairG
G British reinforcements consisting consisti g o ogo
go marines arrived at Tien Tsin TsinTwice TsinTwice Tsint
t Twice recently have plots to assas assaslinate auassllte assasainate
linate the Czar been frustrated frustratedLord frustratedIurd frustratedLord
Lord Salisbury in the House o oLords aLo oLords
Lords Lo ds in referring to the No Poper Poperoath Poperoath Poperoath
oath said he regreted that languag languagof
of such uch indecent violence had ever bee beciplitcd beetplaced I Iin
placed in the Kings antiRoman antiRom n Cath Cathoic Catholi Catholi1
oic oli oath and proposed that a com committcc committec cornmittec
mittec be appointed to consider a modiI modi modificrtion modificztion
I fiction of the the declaration declarationRussian declarntionRt1 deelnrationRussian
Russian Rt1 ian and French officials say Rus Russia Russia Russia
sia will not recede from her positio positlotin positioin
in China They ridicule the idea of wa wabetween wahetwccn wahlt
between hlt wecn Russia and England over t trailroad Irailroad urailroad
railroad siding and state that the dis disput dlsput disf
f put will wil be settled by diplomacy diplomacyThe diplomacyThe diplomacyThe
The impeachment of the JapaneV JapaneVministry Japanemiui Japanekministry
ministry miui try because b cauc of its action regarding regardinttaxation regardinlttx regardingtxatien
taxation ttx tion bills bill failed in the Lower House Housioi Hou Houoi Houseof
oi Parliament ParliamentEight ParliamentEight ParliamentEight
Eight soldiers and customs officer officerwere officerwcrc officeIwere
were killed by an 1n avalanche near Law LaisCoino LawComo LakeComo
Como CoinoThe ComoT ComoThe
The T e Royal Munster Fusiliers laid i
CVKic Cd lc cro cross s of shamrocks and lille lilleupiii lillaupd
upd upiii n the tomb of Queen Victoria VictoriaSmall VictoriaSmall
Small 1 lall detachments of British aiH and uc
Ri R Rn = Ein < m > n tro troop > > > continue guarding op oppolite opp oppoite >
polite p lte side 51A sides s > df of f tic railway aI1V > siding in m dis disputc di diDute disputt
putt a TienUin Tiorttiind
d
BIG Bill FOR CHINA CHINATbe CDINAThe
The Powers Cannot Agree on a Com Contmoo Common Conimon ¬
mon Basis BasisTO DaslsTO BasisTO
TO FILE CLAIMS INDEPENDENTLY INDEPENDENTLYIf YI YIII
If the Scheme of Adjustment Suggested B Bthe 0the By Bythe
the United States Government Is Adoptedthe Adopted Adoptedthe Adoptedtbe
the Boxer Movement Will Cost thi thiChlucse tblCblucse thtChiuese
Chlucse Empire Only Two Hundred and antFifty andFllty andFifty
Fifty Million Dollars DollarsWashington DolarsWashington DollarsWashington
Washington Special SpecialAnother SpecialAnothcrcommunieation Another com communication communication ¬
munication was received from Spccia SpcciaCommissioner SpcciaCommissioner SpeciaConunissioner
Commissioner Rockhill touching th thcomplications the thecomplications thecomplications
complications that have resulted result d at aiPekin atPekln atPekin
Pekin from from the efforts of the varioui variouipowers variOlIlpowers vanotil vanotilpowers
powers to reach a uniform basis foi foitheir fOItheir fattheir
their indemnity indemnity claims but there it itnothing itnothing isnothing
nothing to indicate that an agreement agrcemenis
is s any nearer than it was when this thiisubject thitsubject thissubject
subject was first taken up by the min minister min minister minister ¬
ister Although the State Departmeni Departmeniis
is more than ever convinced that iti itisuggestion Itluggrstion iteeuggestion
suggestion looking to the reference 01 01the 01the o othe
the entire subject subect of indemnity to ThHague The TheHague TheHague <
Hague Commission Coml11 ssion is the true solution solutionof
of the difficulty that proposition havingbeen having havingbeen havingbeen
been definitely rejected early in in the thinegotiations thenegotiations thenegotiations
negotiations is not now before the min rninisters l11inisters ministers
isters istersIt istersIt istersIt
It is stated that the sum total of the tinindemnities theindemnities theindemnities
indemnities claimed c10 hned by all al nations can cannot cannot cannot
not be calculated at this moment be because because because
cause of the lack of agreement among amongthe a1110n8the amongthe
the powers on the very cry bases of settle settlement settlement settlement
ment But assuming that the other otherpowers otheipowers othelpowers
powers are willing to accept the scheme schemiof schemeIJfidjustment scheemof
of IJfidjustment adjustment proposed by the United UniteoStates UniteaStttes UnitedStates
States allowing a a certain amount 101 101ach lot foiach loteach
each ach missionary killed or injured and andmother and1nother andanother
mother allowance for property de destroyed do dostroyed dcstroyed ¬
stroyed the sum total of the chain claiitwould clai chainwould t twould
would be considerably less than 250
000000 It is not doubted that under undercess undercowmil undetcoq
cowmil coq raica l adminiJ n tlOJ1tiwJth ttQtt withqr nrdct nrdct1frple i l le
e 1frple ef WtitlrPed e ti wl witR 111 1r tee teeecu T Tcess
cess to the interior of China the theChinese theChinese theChinese
Chinese revenues would be able to nee mee1this meethis neethis
this charge char e against them within a rea reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
sonable timeBut time timeBut tllueBut
But it appears appears almost hopeless now nowto no noto noto
to expect the the other powers to accept acceptthe IlCCeplthe acceptthe
the same basis of compensation thai thaiwould thaiwould thatwould
would satisfy the United States Govern Government Government Governmenu ¬
ment Not only is there a vast differ difference differcnce differonce ¬
once in the scale of the demands basec basecon basecon base baseon
on military expenditures but there alsois also alsois alscis
is a very radical difference of opiniot opiniotas
as to the treatment of the native Chris Christians Christians Christians
tians who have suffered in person ant antproperty ancproperty aneproperty
property property by the Boxers and it is be believed believed beIieved
lieved that if this element is to be treat treatcd treatell treatctl
cd with the liberality proposed by some somtof somlof someof
of the European nations the indemni indemnities indemnities indemnitics ¬
ties claimed will be nearly 5oooooooc 5ooooooocin 50000000in
in the aggregate an amount it is de declared declared doGlared ¬
clared quite beyond the ability of Chin Chinto Chinto Chinsto
to meet
Robbers Chloroform a Clerk ClerkOberlln ClerkOberlin ClerkOberlin
Oberlin O Special SpecialRobbers Robbers blew bleuopen blewopen ble bleopen
open the safe in the post office here hereand hereand lucreand
and escaped with everything of value valueA valueA valueA
A young man named Randolph whc whcslept tvhcslept wheslept
slept in the building was found lying lyingon lyitlSan lyingon
on the floor of the office bound anc ancgagged ane anegagged ancgagged
gagged Later in the day Randolph Randolphegalned Ranclolptegaincll Randolptegained
egalned consciousness He said tin tinwork tillwork thtwork
work had been done by three maskec maskecmen mn maskecmen kee keemen
men Chloroform he stated had beer beetused beerused beerused
used to put him to sleep after he hoc Ivacbeen haebeen hocbeen
been bound and gagged The cracks cracksmen cracksmen cracksmen
men got ot out of town on a handcar handcarThe handcarThe handcarThe
The inner safe door was so bad badwarped badlwarped bady badywarped
warped and twisted by the explosior explosiorthat explosiorthat explosionthat
that it cannot be opened and the posi posioffice pOSIoffice posdoffice
office officials now bcljcve believe the burglan burglandid bUTclandid burglaredid
did not gain access cceu to itAcId it itAdd itAcid
Acid In n Childs Throat ThroatBelleville ThroatBelleville ThroatDelleville
Belleville Special SpecialMrs Mrs Agnci AgnciHuff AgnelHuff AgnetHuff
Huff was arrested here charged bNicolas bj b bNicolas
Nicolas ludiano with an attempt tc tcpoison tepoison tcpoison
poison his 9yearold daughter Mary Maryby Maryby
by by forcing acid down the childs throat throatJudiano throatJudiano throatJudtano
Judiano says sas that the child who eat waiptaying walpfbying eatplaying
playing in in the yard at the time strug struggled strut
gled to free herself from the woman i igrasp I Igrasp sgrasp
grasp and and ran to the house but nol noluntil noluntil notuntil
until her lips and chin had been beenseverel beenseverelburned severely
burned Mrs Huff was wa placed under
200 ball to appear before the Grand GrandJury GrandJury Grandtry
Jury try
Says Apology Was RefusedLondon Refused RefusedLondon RefusedLondon
London By Cable CableGeneral General Wog Wogack Wogack Wogack
ack has refused to accept Count von vonWaldersces vonWaldersees vonWaldersees
Waldersees arbitration at Tientsin Tientsinsays Tientsinsays Tientsinsays
says the Pekin correspondent of the theDaily theDaily theDaily
Daily Mail and demands that the Brit British British British ¬
ish not only withdraw but apologize apologizefor apoloRizefor
for removing the Russian flag Gen General General Genoral ¬
eral Barrow refuses to do either eitherr and in inso inso inso
so refusing has the support support of the tfte Brit British British British ¬
ish Government British reinforcements reinforcementarc
arc being sent sentPension sentPC11Glon sentPension
Pension for Lllluokolanl LllluokolanlHonolulu LllluokalaniHonolulu LilluokalanlIIonolulu
Honolulu Special SpecialThe The principal principalmeasure principalmeasure principalmeasure
measure introduced in the Legislature Legislatureat
at this session was a bill presented Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day in the House providing for an annual an annual annual ¬
nual pension for cxQuccn eJ < Quecn Liliuokalani LlliuokalaniThis LiliuokalaniThis LiliuokalaniThis
This measure provides for a pension of
12000 per annum during the Queens Queenslifetime Queenslifetime Queenslifetime
lifetime It is believed that some sort sortof sortof sortof
of pension will tyill be granted to her as asevery asevery asevery
every political party is Is pledged to such sucha
a measure The bill just introduced was waspresented waspresented waspresented
presented by the Independent Home HomeRule lIomRule homeRule
Rule party
Tile Porto P rfo Kfcnii imaitV Vdluoteers VdluoteersAn VdainteersAn linteers linteersAn
An order issued by the War Depart Departmcnt Depart Department DepartlI1ent ¬
ment directs that the Volunteer Porto PortoRican PortoRican PorteRican
Rican regiment be mustered out on ot otbefore of u ubefore >
before June 30 This action is taken in inaccordance innceordance in inaccordance °
accordance with the law which providedthat provided providedthat providedthat
that all volunteer enlistments shall ex explre expire exr exrpire
pire by July i This action does does not notmean not notmean
mean that either the officers or men menshall meltshall menshall = I
shall be discontinued as the reorgani reorganition reorganilion rcorgaiiition
tion law authorizes a regiment of ofnative ornative ofnative
native Porto Ricans to be organized organizedunder organtzedrunder
under conditions similar to that of thtregular the1 the1regular tlWregular
regular army with three battalions of offleered officered officered
ficered by Americans Provision is ismade i it itmade
made that the present volunteer officer officerand omcersand offtccrsand
and enlisted men of the Porto Rican Ricanregiment Ricanregiment r
regiment may continue in the service serviceif service serviceif
if they so desire desireMay desireAlay desire desireMay i
May Make Evans Minister to Japan JapanOne Japa11One JapanOne
One of the interesting rumors inWashington in il ilWa ittWashington Y
Washington Wa hington is i to the effect that Hon HonTTnrv Honl lionHenry
TTnrv Henry rlnt Clay Tt Evans > iMc lVmMii Commissioner aairitirtf rtr rtrPensions 0 0Pensions of ofPensions r
Pensions is to succeed Hon Alfred AlfredDuck Ey Eyis E EBuck
Duck as Minister to Japan Mr DucJt DucJtis Buehis
is is now in in this country on a leave of ab abjence abence abBence
jence and it is reported may not return returnto returnto returnto
to his post No confirmation of this thistrumor thisrumor
rumor can be obtained State Depart Departmcnt Departfluent y
mcnt officials deny any knowledge of a acontemplaed acontemplaed aconteenplaed
contemplaed change in the Japanese Japanesemission Japaneslmission Japanesemission
mission It has been understood how however however lionever ¬ I >
ever that Mr Evans would be given given a agood agood agood
good foreign appointment if a vacancy vacancyoccurred vacancy vacancyoccttrred + 1 1occurred
occurred in any desirable mission missionShould missionShould missionShould
Should Minister Buck conclude to re retire retire retire ¬
tire the post at Tokio would it is beheved be believed believed ¬
lieved be very acceptable b to Mr Evans EvaniExploiting EvansExploiting EvansExploiting
Exploiting Dairy Products ProductsR j jR
R A Pearson first assistant assistant in the theDairy theDairy theDairy
Dairy Division of the Department of ofAgriculture ofAgriculture ofAgriculture
Agriculture has left for Porto Rico Ricowith Ricowith Ricoowith
with instructions to establish agencies agenciesthere agcnciesthere agencies agenciesthere
there for American dairy products He Hewill Hewill Hewill
will visit Cuba Hayti and San Domin Domingo Domingo Domingo ¬
go also The determination of the dc dcpartment decpartment dcnartment
nartment partment it is announced is to estab establish establi ¬
Ji lish h markets everywhere every ever ywbore iberc in the th Carln Carlnbfan Carl Carlbfan art
bfan Settfdf 5 ttitdi AmeflfofrTJdry AIMI1C5ftiltlJTTIt1tih AIMI1C5ftiltlJTTIt1tihCaplfid Ame rdlalrqp rdlalrqpCapital HMrt1 HMrt1Capital
Capital News la General GeneratePoliceman GeneralPoliceman OeneralPoliceman
Policeman Stephen A Abell who was wasarrested walarrested wasarrested
arrested Tuesday charged with making makingfalse
false returns while acting as a Maryland Marylandcensus MIlrylandcensus Marylandcensus
census enumerator was committed to tojail tojail tojail
jail to await the action of the Grand GrandJury GrondJury GrandJury
Jury
Commissioner Rockhill reports that thatthe thatthe
the representatives of the powers in inPekin inPekin inPekin
Pekin cannot agree upon any an uniform uniformbasis uniformbasis uniformbasis
basis of indemnity some of the thc powers powersdemanding powersdemanding powersdemanding
demanding enormous sums sumsA sumsA sumsA
A letter was received from the Tutuil Tutuilans Tutuilans
ans ans asking Presjdent President McKinleyjo 1lcKinle McKinley to allow allowCommander nllowCommander allowCommander
Commander Tilley to remain among amongthem amongthem amongthem
them to mature the good work he has hasinaugurated hasInaugured hasinaugurated
inaugurated inauguratedPresident InauguredPresident inauguratedPresident
President McKinley and his party re returned returned returnedd ¬
turned from their trip to attend the thefuneral thefuneral thefuneral
funeral of exPresident Harrison HarrisonAn HarrisonAn HarrisonAn
An order was issued by the War WarDepartment WarDepartment WarDepartment
Department to muster out the Porto PortoRican PortoRican PortoRican
Rican Volunteers VolunteersA
A protest has been made to the Vene Venezuelan Veneluelan Venezuelan ¬
zuelan government on account of an annoyances annoyances annoyances ¬
noyances to which our consular agent agentat agentat agentat
at Barcelona has been subjected subjectedOur subjectedOur subjectedOur
Our Minister to Peru has been in instructed instructed instructed ¬
structed to accept that governments governmentsoffer governmentsoffer governmentsoffer
offer to pay 3000 soles in settlement of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Fowks claim
Our New Possessions PossessionsThe Possesslo11sThe PossessloasThe
The Governors of TutuilaSamoa Tuluila Tu uila Samoa hive hivesent h1vesent havesent
sent a letter to President McKinley ex expressing expressing cxpressin ¬
pressing their confidence in the Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment of the United States and asking askingthat askingthat askingthat
that Commander B F Tilley be re retained retained retamed ¬
tained there thereDiocino thereDiocino thereDiocino
Diocino the Filipino insurgent i ursent lender lenderin IeaderIn ooderin
in tc tllc province of Cnpiz in Panay has hasbeen hasheen hasbeen
been captured by the Eighteenth UnitedStates UnitedStates United UnitedStates
States Cavalry under command of Cap Captain Captain Captain ¬
tain Shanks ShanksThe Shanksrhe
The cruiser New York has been or ordered ordered ordered ¬ I
dered to Morocco to back Consul Gen General General Genoral ¬
eral Gummcre who will demand an anapology anap anapology
apology ap apology < logy and the payment of outstanding outstandingclaims outstandingclaims outstandingclaims
claims claimsMajor claimsMajor claimsMajor
Major Smith commanding the the Amer American American Anuerican ¬
ican garrisons on the Island of Marinduque Marin Marinducjue Marinduque
duque has issued an order requiring all allnatives allnatives allnatives
natives to live in the five principal towns townswhere townswhere townswhere
where American troops arc stationed stationedThose stationedThose stationedThose
Those natives who continue to live in inthe inthe inthe
the country will be considered insur insurgents Insurgenta insurgents ¬
gents gentsThe gentaThe gentsThe
The transport Kilpatrick with 400 460sick 400sick 400sick
sick soldiers has arrived arrived at San Francisco Fran Francisco Fmnebco ¬
cisco from Manila Four privates died diedon diedon diedon
on the voyage voyageKILLED voy voyageiILLED ge geIILLED
IILLED IIOLDINO HOSE HOSEFIrcnan 1I0sefllrrtan IIOSEFlrcman
FIrcnan Tortured and Shocked to Death utb By ByEljctrlc DrlI DyElectric
Electric lI = ctrlc Light Wlro WlroPittsburg WlrPlttburg WgraPittsburg
Pittsburg Pa Special During Durin the theprogress theprogress theprogress
progress of a fire at the corner canter01gDu ofDu ofDuquesne 0 01gDu 01gDuquesne Du Duquesne
quesne Way and Fort street one man manloat manlost
lost his life and three others were badly
hurt The property loss will be fully fnlly2S0OCO
r2gooco 230000 well insured In urec All of the injured in injured inJUIed ¬
jured men arc re in the hospital in rather ratherbad ratherbad ratherhad
bad shape but all will vllj recover The Thefire Thefire Thefire
fire broke out in the boilerroom of the theHiram theHiram theHiram
Hiram W V French Companys hair felt feltfactory feltfactory feltfactory
factory just opposite cp < rosile the exposition expositionmain cxpolltionmail expositionmain
main building From the felt factory factorythe factoryIhe factorythe
the flamtss flatn jumped across lCIO the street treet and andin andin andin
in a very short time the lxpositionbuilding Exposition Expositionbuilding Expositionhuildirs
building was WI hlrnil1 burning fiercely fi rctly All the thefiremen lhefiremen thefiremen
firemen could do lucre was to prevent preventthe preventtlte preventthe
the flauics uprcnding 1 > Iadinl Alter ite hard work workthij workthi workthiL I
thij thi was accomplished acc1lnli hccl The jh main build building buildlog buil builIng ¬
ing was a coiiipcc t iIl ce wreck wreckJ
J
tNVIcrs CONVICTS HELD HE D GUARDS GUARDSoff GUARDSIDc
off
offfpcratc Dc peratc cratcprlsoners Prisoners Mutiny In a Kansas KansasCoal Knns KansasCoal s si
II fpcratc i Coal Mine Minei MineLLED Mlnclib
IDc lib libfJLLED
fJLLED LLED i MULES AND ATE THE MEAT MEATSpree MEATee
Spree T nee ee Hundred Penitentiary Convicts Who WhoWork Whoyork WhaVork
Work york In i ° the Kansas State Coal Mine MineMutinied Minelullnlcd Minelutlnlcd
i Mutinied lutlnlcd lullnlcd Underground and Held TheIr Tliclrpasrds TheIrOuards TheirOuarde
pasrds Ouards as PrlsonersThcy Prlsoners They Hid Demanded DemandedBetter DemsndedRetter DcrosndcdBetter
1 Better Food Foodi FoodSljLeavenworth f od odf
i
f
SljLeavenworth rJ r eavenworth Kan Special In the thesMnsas thensas thensas
sMnsas nsas State penitentiary coal mine mine at atyjjnsing ntI1Sil18 ati
yjjnsing using 284 prisoners who went down downM downo downp
M p o the mine on Monday morning have havea havetinied havelimed
a limed and are holding 15 guards as as5j astages asY
5j plages tages They refuse to let the guards guardsJjjne gnardsme guardsjne
Jjjne me to the surface until Warden Tom Tomfjinson TomSOI1 Tomr
fjinson son promises to give them better betterOTd betterp betterpd
< OTd p pd d They threaten to kill the guards guardstfuheir guardstheir guardstheir
tfuheir their demands arc not complied with withT withr withQU
QU T le mines are worked by the worst worstjlass worstI worstIsss
jlass I Isss ss of convicts and among those who whoSave whoc whodve
Save dve c mutinied arc 20 life prisoners prisonersJyardcn prisonersWarden risoners risonersy
Jyardcn Warden Tomlinson has refused refused to grant grantlife grantlIre
rtlte life demands demandsftjMany demandsIanr demandsfany
ftjMany Ianr complaints have been made m de by bymc bypruoncrs byI
mc prisoners because of the grade of ofjjftod ofod ofODd
ODd od furnished them and to his disatjsfaction dis disijisfaction disrobf
ijisfaction robf clion has been added allegations allegationsfflf
fflf r mistreatment No outbreak was atpted at atjjiflipted atfpted
jjiflipted fpted however until the men who whoad whoad whoad
ad entered the mine refused to return returnsinless returnf returnless
sinless f less their demands were granted grantedgniey grantediey grantedIcy
gniey Icy killed the mules used in the mine mineBud mined
Bud d are living on this meat Serious SeriousIraMiblc SeriousIIble Seriousubic
IraMiblc IIble is apprehended if it is found foundrecessary foundessary foundcessary
recessary essary to send deputies into the col colThere colry colcry
cry cryThere ry
There was great consternation among amongie amongit amongto
ie families of the guards who are held heldf heldthe heldthe
f the convicts convictsIA11 convictsiU convictst
t IA11 iU of the penitentiary shops have haveefn haveC1n haver
efn r cn closed and the convicts have been beento been1QhJve beeniQave
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to handle 1andle the convicts should they at attempt nttempt attempt ¬
tempt to rush from the mine mineThe mineThe mineThe
The miners have threatened to wreck wreckthe wreckthe wreckthe
the I mines but the threat is laughed at atby atby atby
by Warden Tomlinson who says they theywould theywo theywould
would wo ld not attempt this as such action actionwould actionw9uld actionwould
w9uld would endanger their lives He says sayshe sayshe sayshe
he will starve them out A communi communication communication comtnunt comtnuntcation ¬
cation I was received from one of the theguards thettards thepuards
guards ttards stating they were hungry and andtired andlIred andttred
tired but so far as he could learn all allwere allwere allwere
were alive A late despatch says sas the theprison theprison theprison
prison strike is ended The convicts convictssurrendered convictsliurrendered convictssurrendered
surrendered surrenderedDisastrous I liurrenderedDIsastrous surrenderedDlsaslrous
Disastrous Fire F la Kansas KansasArmourdale KansnsArmourdale KansasArmourdale
Armourdale Kan SpecialTen SpecialTenhomes Special Ten Tenhomes Ten11omes
homes two saloons and five business businesshouses businesshouses businesshouses
houses were destroyed by fire here An Anempty Anempty Anempty
empty gasoline can and other mute tes testimony testimony testinnony ¬
timony indicate that two of the three si simultaneous simultaneous simultaneous ¬
multaneous fires which caused this loss losswere losswere losswere
were of incendiary origin and the be belief belief belief ¬
lief is general that some people angered angeredat
at the fines imposed upon two women womenfor womenfor womenfor
for wrecking one of the two saloons de destroyed detroyed destroyed ¬
stroyed by nrc fire started the flames to de destroy destroy destroy ¬
stroy the saloons and get et revenge Fire Firewas Firewas Firewas
was first discovered m Brosnans s sa saloon saloon saloon ¬
loon While the firemen were working workingthere workingthere workingthere
there flames broke out from Eatons sa saloon saloon saloon ¬
loon which was recently raided by the thefollowers thefollowers thefollowers
followers of Mrs Nation who were werefined werefined werefined
fined for their work
Four Boilers Explode as One OneOlenstee OneOlenstee OneOlenstee
Olenstee Fla Special SpeclalFour Four large largeboilers largeboilers largeboilers
boilers at Jippinger Eppinger Russell Com Companys Companys Companys ¬
panys saw sa sat mill and lumber works worksblew worksblew worksblew
blew up simultaneously ten minutes minutesafter minutesafter minutesafter
after the one ono hundred or more moremen moremen moremen
men had quit work The entire entireplant entireplant entireplant
plant one of 01 the largest in the State Statewas Statewas Statewas
was completely wrecked The explo cxplosion explosion ex lo losion ¬
sion could be heard for several miles milesNo milesNo milesNo
No person was in the factory factorYr and only onlyone onlyone onlyone
one person who was the last in leaving leavingwas leavingwaS leavingwas
was injured He was a considerable considerabledistance considerabledistance considerabledistance
distance away but was wounded by bywreckage bywreckage bywreckage
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red ten minutes earlier scores of llvea llveawould IIvC IIvCwould Iivoswould
would have been lost The loss it i esti estimated esti11l1ted estimated ¬
mated at S2oo00 S2oo00Two 20000 20000Two 20000Two
Two Sleeping Caw Dimmed UtirudPnlatlw UumedPnlatka DimmedPalatlta
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man sleeping cars Tnbitu and Elmer of oftrain oftrain oftrait
train No 32 2 of the Plant System Tam Tamfirc Tampa Tampa
pa to Jacksonville Jacksonrille4 were rC destroyed by byfire byfire
fire at Buffalo UutTaloDItIl Buffalo llhu BltuT Tic sleepers were werefilled wercfilled werefilled
filled with tourma tOIli l3 and all 111 of jf them were wereasleep werealeep wereasleep
asleep at tho time tim of If the fire So Soquickly Soquickly Soquickly
quickly did the flames spread that there therenM therewas therewas
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and jewelry is said tn < r > be according to tothe tothe tothe
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