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VOL 13 WASHINGTON D C S SATURDAY TURDAY APRIL 26 26190 1902 NO 17 1
STRIKERS STRIKE S FIRE FIREON FIREON FIREON
ON POLICEMEN POLICEMENDye
Dye Helpers Storm d Number of EstabHshments Estab Establishments EstabIIshments ¬
lishments in Paterson PatersonDEMAND PatersonDEMAND PatersonDEMAND
DEMAND OF THE MANY EMPLOYES EMPLOYESDissatisfied EMPLOVESDissatllled EMPLOYESDissatisfied
Dissatisfied Workmen Present Their Schedule ScheduleIn
In Writing WrlllngAt At Some of the Plants Raided Raidedtbe Raidedtbe Raidedthe
tbe Strikers Turned the Steam On at Full FullForce FullForce i
Force and It Was an Effective Weapon In InDriving laDrlvlag inDrlvfng
Driving tbe Workmen OutPaterson Out OutPaterson OutPaterson
Paterson N J Special SpecialStriking SpecialStrikingdye Striking Strikingdye I Idye
dye helpers stormed the establishments establishmentsthat establishmentsthat establishmentsthat
that were still running and by force forcecompelled forceompelled forcecompelled
compelled a complete suspension of busl buslACSS buslIless buslpess
ACSS in their trade tradeThey tradeThey tradeThey
They engaged engag d in a series of running runningfights runninGfights runningfights
fights with the police and plant managers man managers manSagers ¬
agers and in one of the severest severest clashes clashesexchanged clashesexchanged clashesexchanged
exchanged a volley of pistol shots at atthem atthem atthem
them Many persons on either elthr side wereseverely were wereseverely wereseverely
severely injured during the rioting but butnone butnone butnone
none dangerously so soIt soIt
It was believed for a time that it itwould Itwould Itwould I
would be necessary necessary to ask the State for fortroops forcroops fortroops
troops to restore order and insure pro protection protection protection ¬
tection to life and property but the po police ro rolice ¬ I Ilice
lice expressed eXJ > ressed confidence in their ability abilityto ability abilityto abi 10 ity
to handle the situation and ane no request for foroutside foroutside foroutside
outside aid was wasmade made Judge Dixon Dixonpalled Dixonalled Dixoncalled
palled alled the grand jury and charged chargedthen chargedthenro them themto themto
to indict the persons guilty of riotingThe rioting riotingThe riotingThe
The conservative eltment among the thestrikers thestrikers thestrikers
strikers had in the meantime disavowed disavowedthe disavowedthe disavowedthe
the violence of their fellows and Urged UrgedA urgedreturn
p A return to peaceful means to gain the theend thecud theend
end that was sought soughtA
A written demand upon the employers employersfor employersfor employersfor
for pay was formulated and committees committeesopened committeesDpened committeesopened
opened negotiations for its consideration considerationLarge considerationJarge considerationarge
Large arge numbers of the strikers were in insullen insullen in insullen
sullen spirit and it is predicted that any anyattempt anyattempt anyattempt
attempt on the part of the employers to toresume toresume toresume
resume business without dealing with withthem withthem withthem
them would be desperately resisted resistedWhen resistedWhen resistedWhen
When the strikers completed their cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign against the plants in operation the thenumber th thnumber thenumber
number of men out was found to be benearly benearly benearly
nearly 4000The 4000 4000The 4000The
The disorder began early in the day dayand dayand Jayand
and was unexpected unexpectedA
A GREAT AIRSHIP AIRSHIPC
C G T Hoffman of Mllwaukss MIwauk Claims Mulms MaxIms250COO
250000 Prize PrlieMilwaukee PrizeMilwaukee PrizeMilwaukee
Milwaukee Wis SpecialC T THoffmann THoffmann THoffmann
Hoffmann of this city the inventor of ofan ofan ofan
an airship which he says is certain to toanswcr toanswer toanswer
answer all expectations is out with a aclaim aclaim aclaim
claim for the premium of 250000 2 oooo of offered offered offered ¬
fered by Sir Hiram Maxim of London Londonto
to the inventor of a useful airship for formilitary formilitary formilitary
military purposes purposesMr purposesMr purposesMr
Mr Hoffmann offmmut proposes to give 125 125ooo
000 of the prize to any capitalist who whowill whowill whowill
will back him in building his vessel and andto amIto andto
to putup put up 50000 oooo more for a challenge challengeexhibition challengeeKhibition challengeexhibition
exhibition with the Chicago Air Naviga Navigation Kavigation Navigation ¬
tion ClubOne Club ClubOne ClubOne
One patent covers the invention made madeby madeby
by Mr Hoffmann He claims to have havedevices havedevices havedevices I
devices enabling him to start and go up upward upward upward ¬
ward under any 111 conditions to move in inany 10any inany
any direction to maintain at an equilib equilibrium egnilibrium eqnilibrium ¬
rium rium under all circumstances and to toalight toalight toalight
alight safely anywhere anywhereSilver anywhereSliver anywhereSllverTouches
Silver SllverTouches Touches Bottom BottomNew 1I0ttolILNew BottomNew
New York Special SpcclalThe = The price of ofsilver ofsilver ofsilver
silver in London dropped J4 of ° f a penny pennyto pennyto pennyto
to 23516 23 S16 pence and in New York IJ4 IJ4cents 1 1cents 53cents
cents to 505 soyScents 50 cents the lowest point on onrecord onrecord onrecord
record The slump is said to be due to toselling toselling toselling
selling of the metal by China incident incidentto
to the payment of the indemnity The Thetaxes Thetaxes Thetaxes
taxes in China being collected in silver silverand sliverand silverand
and the he supply of exchange being in insufficient insufficient Insufficient ¬
sufficient to make the remittance of the theindemnity th thIndemnity theindemnity
indemnity the silver has to be sold to tomake tomake tomake
make the exchange This in connec connection connectlon connection ¬
tion with the fact that the United State Stateiis StateIs Statesis
is selling has demoralized the London Londonmarket Londonmarket Londonmarket
market but it is believed the minimum minimumhas minimumhas minimumhas
has been reached reachedElectric reachedElectric reachedElectric
Electric Chair for ThreehIudson Three ThreeHudson ThreCHudson
Hudson N Y Special SpccialThe The jury jttrjin jur jurin juryin
in the case of Burton Willis and Fred Frederick Fredcrick I Ierick
erick Van VanWormer Wormer charged with the themurder th thmurder themurder
murder of their uncle Peter A Hal Hallenbeck Hallenbeck Hallenbeck
lenbeck returned a verdict of murder murdciin murderIn murderin
in the first degree against aga lst all three ol ofthe olthe 01the
the accused The youths were sentenced sentencedto
to be electrocuted at Clinton PrisAn PrisbnDannemora PrisAnDanncmora Pris n nDannemora
Dannemora in the week beginning May Ma Mayo
30 o The case will be carried to tl tin thlCourt
Court Court of Appeals notice of which will willact willact willact
act at a sty of execution executionSick executionSick executionSick
Sick Queen h Weaker WeakerThe WeakerThe I IThe
The Hague By Cable CableAn An officialbulletin official officialbulletin
bulletin from fr 11I Castle Ioo announces thai dialQueen thaiQueen thnlQueen
Queen Wilhelminas Wilhelmina9 typhoid fever eerh h fol following iollowin following ¬
lowing lowin its normal course and that tic ticcomplications tiCcomphcations siccomplications
complications have ha r supervened although
her strength is diminishing She remain remai
fully conscious In consequence of the
Queen Queens s illness the birthday of her hus husJand ¬
band Jand Prince Henry of the Netherlands Netherlandspassed Netherlandspascd Netherlandspassed
passed practically unnoticed Telegrams Telegramsof Tele rams ramsof
of sympathy symp thy with her in her illness are arepourins lirepourln arepouring
pouring m in from 11 parts of Fwropc FwropcEarthquake JiJJrOlcClrthqcakes FiropcEarthquakes
Earthquake louse a panic panicSt PanicSt PanicSr
St Petersburg By Cable CableSerete CableSereteearth Severe Severeearth
earth shocks shoc s occurred c urred at Shcmaka Shcmakaf
TranscUcasla diving the night of
f iv ut 41II1I April I
17 causing a panic among the inhabi
tantJ who whocscaLlcd escaped the he recent visitations
SUMMARY OF THE LATEST NEWS NEWSDomestic NEWSDometlc NEWSDomestic
Domestic DomesticThe DometlcTh DomesticThq
The Th board of trustees of the Hampton Hamp Hampton Hampton ¬
ton Normal Institute selected a site sitefor sitefor site sitefor
for the 100000 library given by Mrs MrsC MrsC MrsC
C P Huntington Governor Montague Montagueand Montagueand Montagueand
and the Richmond Educational Asso Association Association Association ¬
ciation attended the exercises of the thegraduating thegraduating thegraduating
graduating class classMrs classMrs classMrs
Mrs Gertrude Gallagher of Dayton DaytonOhio DaytonOhio DaytonOhio
Ohio and Mr Theodore Cohen of Hop
kinsville Ky were married at Dayton Daytonby Daytonby I
by means of a longdistance telephone telephoneA
A strike of conductors and motor motormen motormen motormen
men on the Richmond Traction Com Conrpany Company Company ¬
pany is probable The men object to anorder an anorder anorder
order compelling them to clean the cars carsThe canThe carsThe
The President has withdrawn the pro prohibition prohibition prohibition ¬
hibition of General Davis military expedition expe expedition expedition ¬
dition dition against the Moros and authorized authorizedhim authorizedhim
him to use his discretion discretionIt I
It is said in New York that the Read Reading Reading Reading ¬
ing Railroad has been bought by the thePennsylvania thePennsylvania thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Company
The towns of Marienville Forest ForestOUritV Foreslcomity Forestcounty I
comity OUritV Pa Lamar Pa Pa nnrl and KlivnnH Elwood N NJ NJ
J ware wr iped out by fire firejonn fireJOlin firejOnn
jonn L lJ Rockefeller has given 1000 1000ooo
000 for the cause of education in th thSouth the theSouth theSouth <
South and the sum has been placed in inthe inthe in inthe
the hands of Robert C Ogden of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York who is now on his way to th thSouthern the theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Educational Conference in inAthens inAthens inAthens
Athens Ga GaThere GaThere GaThere
There was a decided drop in the tem temperature temperature teme ¬
perature in the Far West and the hot hoiwave hotwave hotwave
wave is is followed by a blizzard that hat hasdelayed has hasdelayed hasdelayed
delayed trains in Nebraska Nebr ska and the Da Dakotas Dakotas Dakotas
kotas The temperatures teniperatures all over ver the theEast theEast theEast
East have become abnormaly highMrs high highMrs highMrs
Mrs Sarah Lynch 75 5 years old was wasfound wa wafound wasfound
found dead in her home in Cleveland ClevelnndD
0 and her husband 60 years of age is isrharged Isharged isbarged
barged with her murder murderMrs murderMrs murderMrs
Mrs Catherine Watson for forovcr over 50years 50 SOyears 5oyears
years a tollgate keeper on the Valley ValleyPike VatleyPike ValleyPike
Pike at Stephens City Va is dead at atthe atthe atthe
the age of 92 92Governor 9ZGovernor gzGovernor
Governor General Wood has pardoned pardorurJW Iudomj IudomjW
W H Reeves upon whose wh ie tistmoiy tetdnioayRathbone tistmoiyRathbone t truOll truOllRathbone
Rathbone and Neely were chiefly con conicted conIcted conicted
icted ictedMartin IctedMartin ictedMartin
Martin Lynch aged aged 60 was arrowed arrowedit arrrsred arrrsredit tt1 tt11t
it Cleveland charge charged with murderfng murderfngilrs murdering murderingvtrs murderinglrs
vtrs lrs Sarah Lynch aged 75Governor 75 75Governor 75Governor
Governor Montague of Virginia has liajjardoned 1139ardoned hasiardoned
jardoned John Franklin convicted of ofmanslaughter ofuanslaughter ofranslaughter
manslaughter ranslaughterJudge manslaughterJudge uanslaughterJudge
Judge Hollister in Cincinnati issued issuedin
in injunction to restrain the American AmericanFederation AmericantederaUon Americani
i Federation and local unions from < inter interfering interCering interfering ¬
fering with the business of the brewers brewersind brewers111d brewerssad
sad the contracts made by brewery pro proprietors prolrietors prorietors ¬
prietors rietors with their employes employesWealthy employesWealthy employesWealthy
Wealthy Miss Mowatt who died in inf intewburgh in inNewburgh
tewburgh f i f N y had provided t i it itgraved that en entraved env envgraved
graved invitations should be issued to toher toher toher
her funeral and that only those invited invitedshould invitedshould invitedshould
should be allowed to attend attendPresidentelect attendPresldentclect attendPresidentelect
Presidentelect Palma says he will willombine willombine willcombine
ombine the Cuban post and telegraph telegraphservices telegraphservices telegraphservices
services under one head and make Gen General General General ¬
eral Figueredo director of the united uniteddepartment uniteddepartment uniteddepartment
departmentEdward department departmentEdward departmentEdward
Edward Batson was found guilty inLake in inLake inLake
Lake Charles La of the murder or of ofthe oftheEarl the theEarl theElrl
Earl family and is to die on the scaf scaffold scaffold scaffold ¬
fold foldFive Five negro children are reported to tohave tohave tohave
have died from starvation in Haywood HaywoodCounty HaywoodCounty HaywoodCounty
County TennThe Tenn TennThe TennThe
The chief of police of San Francisco Franciscoannounced Francisconllounced Franciscoannounced
announced that the murderer of Nora NoraFuller NoraFuller NoraFuller
Fuller was C B Hadley who disap disappeared disappeared disappeared ¬
peared at the time and has never since sincebeen sincebcen since sincebeen
been been seen
Foreign ForeignThe roreanfhe Foreignflue
The Danish Landsthing by a vote ote of
34 to 30 adopted the majority report reportproviding reportproviding reportproviding
providing for the thosale sale of the Danish DanishWest DanishWest DanishVest
West Indies to the United UnitedStates States after a astormy astormy astormy
stormy stormy debate in which the lie was given givenby givellb givenby
by b prominent members of the body bodytReports bodyReports bodyReports
Reports received from Guatemala Guatemalashow Guatemalashow Guatemalashow
show that a 1 number of cities and towns townshave tOlmshave townshave
have been destroyed by the earthquakes earthquakesand
and many lives lives have been lost Soldiers Soldiersare
are now guarding the ruins ruinsTwo ruinsTwo ruins ruinsTwo
Two decrees have been signed by Pres President PresIdent President ¬
ident Loubet of France which provide providefor providefor providefor
for a reorganization of foreign squad squadrons sq squadrons ad adIns ¬
rons of the navy nav and a change in set the de defenses defenses delenses ¬
fenses of the ports portsThe portsThe portsThe
The Russian Russiangovernment government has ordered orderedthe orderedthe orderedllio
the courtmartial of the man who assas assassinated assassinltetl assassinated ¬
sinated M Sipiaguine the minister of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the interior int lior on April 15
The Colombian insurgents retired retiredfrom retiredfrem retiredfrom
from Bocas del Toro which they had hadtaken hadtaken hadtaken
taken upon u > on the approach of government governmenttroons governmenttroops governmenttroops
troopsWhile troops troopsWhile troonsWhile
While the Queen of Portugal ald a a eraen era otners amers
ers of the royal family were c caged ijed in ina ina ina
a boar hunt the boar attacked ihe Duke Dukeof Dukeof Dukeof
of Orleans but Princess Louise saved savedhis savedhis savedhis
his life by shooling shootn the bea beast beastAll > t tAll I
All the stock in the big hiI bid steamship steamshipcombine steamshipcomhine steamshipcombine
combine allotted to the British members membersof
of the syndicate has been taken tal < ell up They Theywould TheyWould Theywould
would have hav taken more had they been beenabl beencbl beenabl
abl cbl to get it itA ItA itA
A courtmartial has been ordered at atManila atManila atManila
Manila for the trial of General Smith Smithwho Smithwhtl Smithwho
who was in command of the American Americanforces AmericanfQrces Americanforces
forces in the Island of Samar SamarTurkey SlmarTurkey SamarTurkey
Turkey has rejected Russian propos proposals proposalft proposals ¬
als for certain navigation rights on the theground theground theground
ground that it is bound by arrangement arrangementwith arrangementwith arrangementwith
with an English company companyThe companyThe companyThe
The British government will be asked askedin 3skedin askedin
in the House of Commons to appoint appointa appointacommission a acommission a acommission
commission to inquire into the trust evil evilin eVilin evilin
in England EnglandPrince EnglandPrince EnglandPrince
Prince Henry Henr of Prussia received con congratulations conIr3tulations congratulations
gratulations on the twentyfifth anniver anniversary anniverary anniversary ¬
sary ary of his entering the German Navy NavyJ
J P Morgan will l ill finance an under underground underaround underground ¬
ground railroad project in London to torival torhal torival
rival YiwkeY Y l enccs rl13 scheme
I
TWO TIVO FIGHTS FIGHTSWirajfflE Fla FIGITS FIGITSWill TS TSWITH
WirajfflE WITH THE MOROS MOROSDetail MOIOSDetail MOROSDetail
Detail of Infantry fnfnntryFlred Fired Upon by In Insurgents Insurgents Insurgents
surgents at Long Range RangeRED RangeRED RangeRED
RED FLAGS FLAUNT DEFIANCE DEFIANCEj DEFIANCELleuleoaofoColooel DEFIANCELleutenant
j > it itLieutenantColonel
LieutenantColonel Lleutenant Colonel Frank FrankCBaldwla G C Baldwln Baldwin With Witha
a Battalion of Troops and a Mountain MountainQua MountalaI MountainGun
I
Qua Went to the Assistance of Moores MooresParly Moorcsrarly Mooresrarly
I rarly and Drove Off tbe Moros Who Lost LostSeven Losteea LostScien
Seven eea Men MenManila MenI MenManila
I Manila By B Cable CableTwo Two engage engagements engagements engagements ¬
ments have been fought between betweeq the theAmerican theAmerican
I American troops and tHe Moros of the theIsland theIsland theIsland
Island of Mindanao in the last 24 24hours 24I 24hours
hoursCaptain hours hoursCaptain hoursCaptain
I Captain Moore of the Twentyseventh TwentyseventhInfantry TwentyseventhInfantry TwentyseventhInfantry
Infantry while out with a small party partyhunting part parthunting partyhunting
hunting for water was fired upon at atlong atlong atlong
long range Lieutenant Colonel Frank FrankD FrankD FrankD
D Baldwin with a battalion of troops troopsand troopsand troopsand
and a mountain gun went to the assist assistance assistance ssist ssistance ¬
ance of Moores party and drove off the theMoros theMoros theMoros
Moros who lost seven men The firing firingWas firingwas firingWas
Was at 1100 yards range rangeLater rangeLater rangeLater
Later Sultan Pualaos and a force of ofnatives ofnatives ofnatives
natives atempted to reoccupy the ground groundgained groundgained groundgained
gained by the Americans but the Moros Moroswere Moroswere Moroswere
were forcibly dispersed dispersedMost dispersedMost dispersedMost
Most of the Moro Moro villages are flying flyingred Hyingred flyingred
red flags meaning that tlat they intend to tofight tofight tofight
fight to the uttermost uttermostDatto uttermostDatto uttermostDatto
Datto Ganasl has sent a delegation to tothe tothe tothe
the American commander offering the theabsolute theabsolute theabsolute
absolute submission of the men under his hiscontrol hiscontrol hiscontrol
control controlBrigadier controlBrigadier controlBrigadier
Brigadier General Davis in command commandat
at Zamboanga Mindanao has acknow acknowledged acknowledged acknowledged ¬
ledged the receipt from Washington of ofInstructions ofInstructions ofinstructions
Instructions to withdraw his troops from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the island but he urges that owing to tothe tothe tothe
the present state of affairs the with withdrawal withdrawal withdrawal ¬
drawal of the troops will result in in the theabsolute theabsolute theabsolute
absolute loss of American prestige prestigeamong prestigempng prestigemong
among the Moros His orders however howeverare howeverare howeverarc
are are explicit Lieutenant Colonel Bald Baldwin Baldwin BaldWin ¬
win and his forces are beyond beYbn i the reach reachof reachof reachof
of the cabled instructions from Wash Washington Wa Washington h hInlJton
ington
Shot to Death by Robber RobberChicago RobberChic3go RobbersChicago
Chicago Special SpecialPctrr Peter Fafinski Fafinskiwas Fafinskiwas Fafinskiwas
was instantly shot hot to death and his 19 19yearold 19yearold igyearold
yearold son Julius probably mortally mortallywounded mortallyiVounded mortallywounded
wounded while resisting two robbers who whoattempted wholttemptcd whoattempted
attempted to loot the cash drawer of ofFafinskis ofFafinskis ofFafinskfs
Fafinskis grocery Several hours after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the shooting Thomas Glynrr with a bul bullet bulfet bulet ¬
let et wound in his arm gave himself up to tothe tothe tothe
the police He said that he and a man mannamed manlamed mannamed
named R Smith had tried to hold up upthe upIhe upthe
the proprietor of the store and his son sonind sontnd sonind
ind that a revolver duel followed in inwhich inIvhich in inwhich
which he was shot He said he knew knewjne knewI1e knewone
one I1e man was killed in the affray but he heivaa heal hevas
vas al in doubt as to whether he or Smith Smithlid Smithlid Smithlid
lid the killingDogs killing killingDots killingI
Dogs Skull on a Human Head HeadSaginaw lIeadSacinaw IfeadSaginaw
I
Saginaw Mich Special Physiciansf Physicians
1f > f the College Hospital H pttal have performed performedi
i remarkable operation operaionthat that of grafting graftingpiece graftingI
I piece of a dogs skull upon a human humanlead humantead humanread
lead The patient is John Olberg of ofCenton ofi
I Centon enton Houghton county He is now nosvecovered nowecovered nowecovered
ecovered from an old affliction 01 01iergs 01ergs
iergs ergs skull was fractured fractl1redfour four years yearsigo yearsIgo yearsigo
igo Over the hole which was an inch inchind inchII1d inchsad
sad a I half in diameter there formed a aoreign aoreign aoreign
oreign growth This pressed pressetlon on the thetrain thelIin thewain
train and caused convulsions When it itvas itvas itvas
vas decided to operate on Olberg the thelectors theJoctors theJoctors
Joctors chloroformed a dog removed a aiecc aIeee aliece
liece > iecc of its skull and implanted it in the theipening theIpening theupeninz
ipening in Olbergs headReescs head headReeves headReeles
Reeves Pardoned PardonedHavana PardonedHIana Pardonedllavana
Havana Special SpecialW W H Reeves Reeveshe Reeveshe Reeveshe
he postal employe who was was one of those thoseiccuied thoselccusel thosesccused
iccuied lccusel of embezzling postoffice fund funtUlas fund1as fundsaas
las boon pardoned in consideration of oflis of1is ofsis
sis having turned states evidence against againstlathbone againstRathbone againstiathbone
lathbone and Neely General Wood re reerring reierring referring
erring to tl the statements that he infill infillneed inftunced influaced
need the court to decide against Rath Rathbone Rathhone
I bone Jane and that Rathbonc had an unfair unfairtrial unfairtrial unfairtrial
trial says that he would like nothing nothingbetter nothingbetter nothingbetter
better than an investigation and would wouldwelcome wouldwelcome wouldwelcome
welcome one PLrcsidentcJect PLresident elect Tomas TomasEstrada TomasI TomasEstrada
I Estrada Palnia has gone ne to Holguin Holguinfrom HolguinI
I from Gibara where he landed Sunday
1 from the United StatesKilled States StatesKilled StatesKilled
Killed In Saving Ills Grandchild GrandchildWheeling OrandcblldWheeling OrnndcblldWheeling
Wheeling W Va Special SpeclalDavid SpeclalDavidAnderson SpecialDavidAnderson David DavidAnderson
Anderson aged 56 y years ars was killed at atJims a alims atJima
Jima Run on the Ohio River Railroad Railroadwhen Railroadwhen Railroadwhen
when in the act of trying to save his hisgrandchild hisgrandchild hisgrandchild
grandchild a mere infant who was on onthe onthe onthe
the track The grandfather grand rather and child childhad childhad childhad
had gone out to gather wood along the theroad theroad theroad
road and the southbound express was wasapproaching wasappr wasapproaching
approaching appr approaching aching when the child ran on the thetrack thetrack thetrack
track Anderson dashed toward it itpushed itpushed itpushed
pushed it off the way and was hurled hurledfrom hurled hurledfrom hurledfrom
from the track by the engine and instant instantly instantly instantly ¬
ly killed
by t tKingston
Killed by ills Is Wife WifeKingston WU WUKingston
Kingston Tenn Special SpecialAbrafiam SpecialAbrafiamMay Abrafiam AbrafiamMay
May aged ged 60 years was shot and in instantly Instantly instantly ¬
stantly killed by his wife to whom he hewas hewas hewas
was married four months ago She is
35 5 years of age Mrs May confessed to tothe tothe
the the killiing and stated it resulted from fromi
i t family quarrel qu rret She is now in jail
LIVE NATIONAL CAPITAL AFFAIRS AFFAIRSAfter AFFAIRSAlter
After the Bee Bcd Trail TrailRepresentative TrustRepresentative
Representative Richardson of Ten Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee ¬
nessee introduced the following resolu resolution resolulion ¬
lion tionWhereas Whereas tWhereas t There has been recently anunusual an anUnusual anunusual
Unusual increase in the price of beef beefmutton bcefl11ulton beefmutton
l11ulton mutton veal eal and pork which is abnormal abnor abnormal abnorlIal ¬
mal and due largely if not altogether altogetherto
to trusts and other combinations alleged allegedto allegedto
to 0 be unlawful in their oganization oganizationtherefore oganixationtherefore oganizationtherefore
therefore thereforeResojvecl thereforeResolved thereforeResolved
Resojvecl Resolved That the Ways and Means MeansCommittee Meansommittee MeansCommittee
Committee be instructed to investigate investigateIhe investigatelhe investigatethe
the question of the recent increase 4in in inShe inhe in indetermine
She he price of ofthose those articles articlesoffer and determine determinethe determinehe 4
pcauseof ofthhereof thhereof thhereofarticles
the thepcause the he pcause cause thereof and if practicable practicableif practlcablcoffer
if f t i i 1 1 1will
offer some measure of legislation that thatwill thatwill
will afford relief against the evil com complained comlaincd ¬
plained L lamed of
> Products ol tbe Farms FarmsThe FarmsThe Farmsilie
The Census Office has issued reports reportsthat reportsthat reportsthat
that in in 1800 1899 the total number of farms farmsreporting farmsreporting farmsreporting
reporting Irish potatoes was 2836204 2836204with 2836204wIth 2836204with
with 2938952 acres and a product of ofz71328307
273328307 bushels valued at 9837614
New York lr leads ds with 395640 acres and a aoroduct aDroduct aproduct
product of 38060471 bushels valued at at15o19r35
15019135
The total number of farms reporting reportingiwcet reportingweet reportingtweet
tweet potatoes was w was s 1001877 with 537
447 acres and a product of 42526696 42526696est 4a526596bushels 42526696bushels
bushels valued at 19876200 The larg largest largest
est yield was in North Carolina which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had 68730 acres and a product of ot 5781
587 bushels valued at j 21 2119956 19956 Geor Georgia Georgia Georgia ¬
gia gia follows with 70620 acres and a pro product product product ¬
duct of 5087674 bushels bushels valued at 2 2l
354300 l 14320 4390 The other principal state to toVirginia 19Virginia IsVirginia
Virginia with 40681 acres and a product productOf productof
Of f 4470602 470602 bushels valued at 1720188 1720188I t72ot8SShe
I The 1 he total number of farms reporting reportingOnions reportingnions
Onions was 244370 with 47983 acres acresand acresand acresand
and a product of 11791123 bushels val valued valued vald ¬
ued at 6637625 66 > 7625
Farms reporting vegetables other than thanpotatoes thanpotatoes thanpotatoes
potatoes potatoes and onions numbered 3515470 3515470raving 351547 3515470haing °
having 2115545 acres and a valuation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the product of 113883553 113883553Cuban 11388J55JCubaa 113883553Cuban
Cuban Bill Passes House HouseThe HouseThe
The Cuban reciprocity bill as passed passedin
in in amended form by the House author authorjjes authorjzes authores
jjes es the President as soon as may be beSffer beUter beaft
aft Sffer < r the establishment of an independ independent independentgovernment ¬
ent entgovernment government in Cuba and the enact enactment enactment enactmentby ¬
ment ment mentby by the said government of immi immigration immigration imniiration ¬
gration exclusion and contract labor laborlaws laborlaws laborlaws
laws as restrictive as those of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States to negotiate a reciprocal trade tradeagreement tradeagreement tradeagreement
agreement with Cuba by which in re return return return ¬
turn for equivalent concessions the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States will grant a reduction ol
20 per cent from the Dingley Di Din ley rates on ongoods ongoods ongoods
goods coming into the United United States Statesfrom Statesfrom Statesfrom
from Cuba such agreement to continue continueuntil continueuntil continueuntil
until December i 1003 19 < > 3
During the existence of such agree agreement agreement agreement ¬
ment the duty on refined sugars s gars and all allsugars allsugars allsugars
sugars above No 16 Dutch standard is isto isto is isto
to be t82 185 cents per pound poundAn poundAn poundAn
An analysis of of the vote v te shows that
124 Republicans and 123 Democrats Democratsvoted Democratsroted Democratsvoted
voted for the amended bill and 42 Re Republicans Republicans Republicans ¬
publicans and to Democrats against it itPrice itPrice itPrice
Price ol Panama Canal CanalThe CaDalThe CanalThe
The Cojombian Colombian Panama Panamacana1 canal J1ro J1rolocol pro protocol probed ¬
tocol bed which was delivered delivetedat at the State StateDepartment State StateDepartment StateDepartment
Department on April I and afterward afterwardrecalled afterward afterwardrecalled afterwardrecalled
recalled by Minister Concha for modifi modifications modifications modifications ¬
cations was again presented to Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Hay The proposal as to price is set setout setout setout
out as follows followsOne followsOne followsOnc
One year after the exchange of ratifi radfications ratifications ratifications ¬
cations of a treaty the United States Statesshall Statesshall Statesshall
shall pay Colombia the lump sum of ofJ7oooooo
J7oooooo 7000000 This figure will represent 14 14years 14years 14years
years rental at 500000 a year At the theend theend theend
end of the 14 years period the price pricewhich pricewhich pricewhich
which the United States shall pay each eachyear eachyejr eachyegr
year is to be fixed by consent of the two twocountries twocountries twocountries
countries In case the parties cannot cannotagree cannotagree cannotagree
agree upon a sum it will be left to an anarbitrator anarbitrator anarbitrator
arbitrator selected between the two gov governments governments governments ¬
ernments ernments i
The protocol provides for the appointment appoint appointment app lnt lntment ¬
ment of a joint commission which wvjuich will willarrange witlarrange willarrange
arrange for all matters pertaining to the theadministration theadministration theadministration
administration of affairs within the pro proposed propOled proposed ¬
posed canal belt including the member membershjp membership membership
ship of the mixed tribunals for the ad administration admlnistration administration
ministration of justice It is provided providedthat providedthat providedthat
that the policing of the strip shall be per performed performed performed ¬
formed by > y both American and Colom Colombian Colombianconstables Colonsbian ¬
bian bianconstables bianconstablesKilled constables constablesKilled constablesKilled
Killed on the Rail 725 725The 725The 715The
The Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionhas
has issued a bulletin showing for the thethree thethree thethree
three months ended September 30 1901 1901a 19 igota < > 1 1a
a grand total of 725 72 persons killed and
2622 injured in train accidents of all allkind allIdnd allkinds
kind in the United States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The total number of train collisions collisionswas collisionswas
was 1247 and derailments 1002 causing
damage aggregating 1842224 to cars carsengines cnrsengines earsengines
engines and roadways exclusive of dam damage damage danrage ¬
age to merchandise merchandiseCapital merchandlCapital merchandiseCapital
Capital New Nero In General GeneralJudge OenculJudge OenoralJudge
Judge Batcheller will succeed in the theCourt theCourt theCourt
Court of Appeals on the internal tribunal tribunalin
in Egypt Judge Kelley lately resignedBy resigned resignedBy re ilfned ilfnedDy
By order of the President General GeneralFunston GeneralFunston GeneralFunston
Funston has been directed > to cease fur further fllrther furflier ¬
ther discussion of public questions questionsThe questionsThe questionsThe
The President will soon announce the theappointment thenppointment theappointment
appointment of Henry White of Balti Baltimore Daltimore Baltbmore ¬
more more now secretary of the United States StatesEmbassy StatesEmbusy StatesEmbassy
Embassy in London to be ambassador ambassadorto
to Italy Ital ItalBenJnmin
Benjamin F Barnes of New Jersey Jerseyt
t has t been appointed I assistant A Ato secretary seeret3lYto
to the President in Colonel Prudens Prudensplace Prudensplace Prudensplace
place placeSenator
Senator Teljer Teller introduced a resolu resolution resolution resolulion ¬
tion declaring it the sense of the Senate Senatethat Senatthat Senatethat
that the sedition laws enforced in tin tinPhilippines thePhilippines fluePhilippines
Philippines sl should uuld be repealed repealedAnother repealedAnother repealedrltiother
Another reciprocity bill was intro introduced introduced introduced ¬
duced in the Senate bv Mr Dietrich
CONFEDERATE CONFEDERATEVETERANS CONFEDERATEVETERANS
VETERANS MEET MEETAnnual MEETAnnual MEETAnnual
Annual Reunion of Men Who Wore tbe tbeGray tbeOray theOray
Oray at Dallas DallasTHE DallasTHB DallasTHE
THE ATTENDANCE WAS VERY LARGE LARGEThe LAROEThe LARGEThe
The Convention Was Compelled to Open OpenWith Ope Open1Vith a aWllb
With Gen John B Gordon the Commander CommanderInChief CommsaderInCblef CommanderIn
InChief In Chlef AbientHon John M Allen the IheOrator tbeOrator theOrator
Orator of the Day Was Also Absent AliseatWbea AliseatWbeatbe When Whenthe Whenthe
the Convention Began BeftnDallas DegaaDallas BeganDallas
Dallas Texas Special Special1Vitli With the theConfederate theConfederate theConfederate
Confederate reunion officially 12 hours hoursold hoursold hoursold
old and unofficially considerably older it itis itill itis
is estimated that there are 125000 visitors vis visitors visitors ¬
itors in Dallas and there were 8oooovisitors 80000 80000visitors 80000visitors
visitors at the camp in the fair grounds groundsalone groundsalone groundsshone
alone aloneCamp aloneCamp shoneCamp
Camp Johnston where the opening openingexercises openingexercises opening openingexercises
exercises were held was crowded to the thelimit thelimit theiimit
limit limitThe limitThe iimitThe
The convention was compelled to open openwith openwith openwith
with General Gordon the commander in inchief inhief in inchief
chief absent absentHon absentHon absentHon
Hon John M Allen the orator of the theday theday theday
day was not present when the conven convention convention convention ¬
tion began Governor Sayers and Hon HonG HonG HonG
G B Gerald however appeared at the thelast thelast thelast
last moment and were vociferously vociferouslycheered vociferoJlslycheered voeiferojislycheered
cheered cheeredWhen cheeredWhen cheered1Vhen
When the convention opened the vet veterans veterans veterans ¬
erans were in high good humor The Thebuilding Thebuilding Thebuilding
building seating 8000 people was filledto filled filledto filledto
to the topmost row soon after the con convention convention convention ¬
vention was called to order by Gen K KM KM KM
M Vanzandt president of the Texas Re Reunion Reunion Reunion ¬
union Association From pillar and post posthung posthung posthung
hung bunting and flags and andpictures md pictures of ofold ofold ofold
old Confederate chieftains The crowds crowdswere crowdswere crowdswere
were composed not alone of veterans veteransbut veteransbllt veteransbut
but of their sons and wives and daugh daughters daughters daughters ¬
ters Maids of honor and sponsors sponsorssome sponsors sponsorssomenotably sponsorssomenotably
some somenotably notably those from Louisiana Louisianain
in brass buttons and Confederate gray graybut graybllt
I but the majority in cool white lent an anair anair anair
air of ornamentation to the scene sceneFollowing scenerollowin scenexollovring
Following the opening of the meet meeting meetIng meeting ¬
ing by General Vanzandt Chaplain ChaplainYoung ChaplainYoung ChaplainYoung
Young of Texas delivered a touching
invocation invocationGen InvocationGen invocationGen
Gen Joseph D Sayers on behalf oi oithe otlhe ofthe
the State of of Texas then welcomed the thevisitors thevisitors thevisitors
visitors to the State He was followed followedby followedby followedby
by Ben E Cabell mayor of Dallas who whogave whogave whogave
gave the Veterans the fredom of the city cityG cityG cityG
G B Gerald of Waco welcomed the vis visitors visitors viz vizhors ¬
itors to Texas TexasDEATH TexasDEATfI TexasDEATf10P
DEATH DEATf10P OP MAJOR PRUDEN PRUDEMFor PRUDENFor PRUDENFor
For Yean Was Assistant Secretary to the thePresident tbePresldeot thePresident
President PresidentWashington PresldeotWas PresidentWashington
Washington Was ington D C Special SpeclalMajor SpeclalMajorOscar SpecialMajorOscar Major MajorOscar
Oscar L Pruden assistant secretary to tothe tothe tothe
the President died at the Garfield Hos Hospital Hospital HospitaL ¬
pital Major Pruden was taken to thehospital the thehospital thehospital
hospital about two weeks ago and his hiadeath hisdeath hisdeath
death had been expected at any mo moment moment moment ¬
ment since then thenMajor thenMajor thenMajor
Major Pruden was born at Dover N Nin NJ
1 in in 1843 His boyhood was was spent at athis athis athis
his home in that city At the age of 18 18he 18e 18he
he e enlisted in a New Jersey regiment regimentearly regimentearly regimentearly
early in the Civil War and was sent im immediately lIumediate1r itnmediately ¬
mediately to the front to participate in inthe Inthe in inthe
the Virginia campaign campaignIn
In 1877 under the administration of ofR ofR ofk
R B Hayes Major Pruden was made madeassistant madeassistant madeassistant
assistant secretary to the President This Thisplace Thisplace Thisplace
place he continue continued to hold until the time timeof timeof timeof
of his death deathMajor deathMajor deathMajor
Major Prudens special work was in inonncction inonnection in inconnection
connection onncction with nominations and it was waspart wasart
part art of his duty to deliver to Congress Congressill I
ill messages of the presidents presid nts Throiigh Throdgblids Throiighthis Throtighthis
this Major Pruden became one of the thebestknown thebestknown thebestknown
bestknown attaches of the White House HouseImprovements HouseImprovemenls HouseImprovements
Improvements to o > White House HouseArchitect lIoUielrchitect HouseArchitect
Architect Charles F McKim examined examledthe examinedthe exal1llr1I
I the White House with a view to nal nakng nakngalterations mlll1gi t ig igalterations
i alterations if the necessary necessar appronrU appronrUtiou appronriatioti JPP olldJ olldJtion
tiou is made this session It is under understood underI understood
I stood the project to increase increase the suave boaion suaveon j3 j3on
on the lower floor would cost about 150 r5oono 150oob 150o
ono o o in addition to the 25000 estimated estimatedto
to construct a temporary temporary office for the thePresident thePresident I
President on the White 1 Idtc House grounds groundsUnder grnuudsunder j
Under the New Wheat Duty DutyLondon Dul DulLondon DutyLondon
London By Cable CableThe The first wheat wheatship wbeatship wheatship
ship to come tinder the new taxation reg regulations regulations regulations ¬
ulations the German ship Henrietta Henriettafrom Henriettafrom Ifenriettafrom
from San Francisco arrived in the th th1ne
Tync The American wheat on board boardthe boardthe boardthe
the vessel will have to pay l > ay a duty of ofMRS
660
MRS E R Re WILLIAMS WILLIAMSity WilLIAMSSpiritual WILLIAMSSpiritual
Spiritual and Business Medium Diag
npMfng nosing diseases a specialty ity Test Test seance seanceMrce
Tuesday S P M At home daily 516 E
Mrce street near n ar South Carolina ave S S E EDANCING EoDANCINC EDANCIND
DANCING DANCINGMISS DANCINCMISS
MISS LEONARDO Premiere Daisuese DaisueseAcademies DmueseAcademies DamsueseAcademies
Academies 1213 213 12th St N W WWimodaunls WWlmolll1u W1Vlmoduusts
Wimodaunls Wlmolll1u ls Club Now York ork ave and andonfedoroto
onfedoroto Veterans Hall Advanced Advanceduplls Ac3uICCpupils Adrancodpuplls
pupils > uplls and rUlI others meet over 111lry Friday
ivcnlng at rieeptlons r elptns In Confederate Confederateoteruns
Veterl1l1s1Iall Veterans oteruns Hall Dancing from 830 lr tn
1130 Invitations upcensnry MISS MISSn
LBONAHUQ I la th this only rojreaontntlvo toJ I1lmtutt
In n Washington of NAtlONAL ASSO
IATIGN CIA Tl Mu MU8tefllllC Musters tern of Dancing Dnncili Protect Protectouwoves ProtcctrIUl1lcve Irutectyouraoves
rIUl1lcve ouwoves from rUIn lucoiiipctoiita and Duilcarli Duilcarlito learn learnto Icuruo
to o waltz properly
THE MUSCLE BEATERS BEATERSArc
Arc made in imitation of the human humanhand humanhand humanhand
hand to make anyone their own mas masseur mas masseur as asseur ¬
seur with instructions from the invent inventor inventor inventor ¬
or Prof John E Rcubsam No 20 Third Thirdstreet Thirdstreet Thirdstreet
street N E By their use many pain painful pain painful painful ¬
ful and serious ailments muscular de deformities deformltles deformities ¬
formities of any joint rheumatism gout goutweak goutweak goutweak
weak chest and lungs obstruction o othe of ofthe ofthe
the digestive digest e organs etc may be cured curedCall curedCall curedCall
Call on the Doctor and get his opinion opinionwhich opinionwhich opinionwhich
which is given given free of charge Office Officehours Officebours O1Bcehours
hours 8 8g 9 A M 2 26 6 P M MTHE MliTHE MTHE
liTHE THE EDNA EDNASeveral EDNASovoral EDNAI11 EDNAI11Several
Several judges o of what a good olgar olgarought olgB olgBought ofgarought
ought to bo have pronounced The Edna EdnaIbo Edn Edntho Ednathe
Ibo best 6c e Bmoko in the city John B BIluncnllng Bnuechllng BBuechliug
Iluncnllng Manufacturer 1650 Kramer KrameritroetN Kramertroet KramerItroet
itroetN Itroet troet NE NECHILLS N E ECHILLS ECHILLS
CHILLS AND FEVER FEVERDont FEVERDont FEVERDont
Dont go goon on shaking with chills whoa whoayou whonyou whenyou
you can bo cured by taking the ono dose doaovcmoJy doselomody dosetemody
vcmoJy known as usWyekoffs asI asWyckoffs
I Wyekoffs DialarloThe Malarlo MalarloTho MalarloI
I The cost Is very little fifty cents centscompared centscompared centscompared
compared with the certainty and luxury luxuryof luxuryof luxuryof
of getting rid of o this distressing trouble troubleGot trouble troubleGot
Got It from your our druggist or from th thWYCKOrr the theWYCKOFF
WYCKOrr MALAUIO CO
1422 Now York Ave AvoWashington AveWllsuIDgtOD AveWashington
Washington D I CSPECIALIST C CSPECIALIST CI CSPECIALIST
I
SPECIALIST IN EYE DISEASES DISEASESEye
Eye symptoms Do D you have head headache headlche headache ¬
ache Eyeache Do your eyes waterDo water waterDo waterDo
Do they pain you Does print run togetluer to together together ¬
gether Do things appear double or ofmixed ormixed ormixed
mixed Do you see black or floating floatingspots floating5pots floatingSpots
spots 1 If any of these symptoms are arepresent arcpresent arepresent
present you need attention Dr A H HLee HLee HLee
Lee Room 218 Jenifer Building will willgive willgivc willgive
give you advice and examine your eyes eyesfree eye eyefree eyesfree
free freeSTENOGRAPHY freeSTENOGRAPHY freeSTENOGRAPHY
STENOGRAPHY AND TYPE TYPEWRITING TYPEWRITING TYPEWRITING
WRITING WRITINGof
of every description done properly and antiwith andwith an anwith
with dispatch by Miss Caroline G Bar Barrington Barrington Barrington
rington Room 31 Bliss Building No 3S 3SB 3SB 35B
B street N W Telephone East 685 685WELLDRESSED 685WELLDRESSED 685WELLDRESSED
WELLDRESSED PRINTING PRINTINGThis
I This is the motto of Lippincott and andPumphrey andPumphrey andPumphrey
Pumphrey whose office is at 335 Pa Paave Patave Paave
ave S E The very ery highest quality of ofprinting ofprinting ofprinting
printing is guaranteed at fair prices pricesBillheads pricesBillheads pricesBillheads
Billheads envelopes lawbricfs cards cardscirculars cardsl cardslcirculars cardscirculars
circulars etc quickly delivered Send Sendpostal Senopostal Sena Senapostal
postal or call Lippincott and Pum Purahrcy PumJhrey Pumohrey
ohrey ohreyHAVE hrcy JhreyHAVE hrcyHAVE
HAVE YOU A SICK TIRE TIREOne TIREOne TIREOne
One of those shortwinded ones that thatcauses thatcauses thatcauses
causes the rider so much trouble and andmany andsuriny andrunny
many runny long walks If you have bring it itto itto itto
to Shores Tire Hospital Do not throw throwaway thro throaway throwaway
away your old tire tirciconiult consult the Tire Doc Doctor Doct9r Doctor ¬
tor t9r first Tires tires you think absolutely absolutelyworthless nbsolute1Yworthless
worthless can be b placed aced in perfect condi condition condition condition ¬
tion All Tires neatly and promptly promptlyvulcanized promptlyvu1canhedat promptlyvulcanizedat
vu1canhedat vulcanized at short notice by experts who whothoroughly whlthorou whothoroughilyundcrstand
thoroughly thorou thoroughilyundcrstand hlyunderstand understand repairing We us usno use USIno useno
no antileak whatever All work guar guarantfcd guaranteed guaranked
antfcd antfcdNew anteedNew ankedNew
New and secondhand tires for sale saleFRANK saleFRANK saleFRANK
FRANK SHORE
1017 New York Ave N W WFOUND wFOUND WFOUND
FOUND A MINIATURE MINIATUREArtist MINIATUREArtist MINIATUREArtistand
Artist Artistand and teacher in figure and minia miniature minlaturepainfing miniatore
tore turepainfing painting on porcelain and Ivory IvoryTinting ivor ivorPen
Pen work of the highest artistic order
Tinting and engraving engraving gold New meth method method methd ¬
od of raised gold figures which is itrich isrich isrich
rich high and lasting Samples of art artwork artwork artwork
work are on exhibition at studio which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the public is cordially invited tu visit visitTerms visitTerms visitTerms
Terms for 12 lessons of zVi 2 hours each eachon tachon eachon
on china i3oo qoo 5 ooh on ivory 1400 Pri Private Private Private ¬
vate lessons 100 an hour Per day from frontg
9 A M to 4 P M 300 00 Miniature oil oilespecially oilespecially oilespecially
especially for flesh painting on porcelain porcelainard porcelainard porcelainand
ard china > i oz bottle 35C per dozen cloxenJ dozen30o
3 30o Orders filled promptly promp ly on short shortnotice shortnotice shortnotice
notice One more china kiln for sale sal
2500 Studio 122 D street N W WOR WOR V VOR
OR W D NARAMORE NARAMOREDENTAL NARAMOREDENTAL RAMORE RAMOREDENTAL
DENTAL SURGEON 905 H Street N E EIn Erl EIs
rl In offering exceptionally low term for
80 days anil guarantees all operations
for elghtoa eight yoars Vht hUd J fillings GOo 00 and and75o
750 Gold fillings 100 up Set of ofiuoih oftoelh oftooth
tooth best fit guaranteed iuaranteod 500 Pain PainCM
less CM extraction boo 00 Crown and nd brldgo brldguwork brldgorork brlc3gtlwork
work at reduced prices prle Open evening eveningoALFRED eveningALFRED evenln evenlnALFRED
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rcadlnjsdally endings dolly Tout sconce on Weclnes Weclnesay 1Yedinos e nls
day ay evenings at 8 oclock and ou Kridav Jorlll Iriday y
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